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» ■ g I will sell at public auction at my ranch 4 miles east of Winona, known as the Grünewald ranch the following described properly, towit on Wednesday, Sept. 27 m ' m 16 Head of Horses ONE BROWN HORSE, 12 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT l. r .00 ONE GRAY MARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1300 ONE BAY MARE, 8 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1250 ONE BAY MARE, 11 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1250 ONE ROAN SADDLE MARE ONE BAY SADDLE MARE ONE GRAY SADDLE MARE ONE THREE YEAR OLD HORSE ONE THREE YEAR OLD MARE FIVE TWO YEAR OLD COLTS ONE YEARLING FILLY ONE COLT 12 Head of Cattle SIX COWS SIX C ALVES Farm Machinery Etc. 1 12-inch Emerson high lift gang plow 1 spring tooth harrow 2 3-section steel harrows 1 3 % -inch Weber wagon 1 314 -inch Peter Schüttler wagon 1 iron wheel wagon 1 2-horse cultivator 1 potato plow 2 bob sleds 1 disc plow 1 Keystone 8-foot grain drill l 10-foot Superior grain drill 1 open buggy 1 old hack 1 McCormick 8-foot combine harvester in running order 1 McCormick 8-foot binder 1 rake 2 sets of good work harness Some plow harness 6 tons of hay ONE OLDSMOBILE five passenger automobile, in first class running order ONE FORD ROADSTER with compound gear FREE LUNCH AT THE NOON HOUR TERMS: All sums of $20.00 or under cash. Sums over $20.00 nine months time will he given on a bankable note bearing ten per cent interest. No property to be removed until settled for. Merman 9 Owner Cottonwood State Bank, Clerk V. H. Johnson, Auctioneer BRIEF GENERAL NEWS Prediction* have been made that Chlfago and vicinity would be paying $25 a ton for anthracite coal before winter la far advanced. The fifty sixth annual national eu campmeul of the Grand Army of the Republic will be held during the wee!, beginning Sept 24 in Dos Mollies, lu. Germany unified the reparations commission that she was unable to pay the £1,5(10,000 due as part pay ment of her private pre-war debts to allied nations. The policy committee of the strik lng railway shop crafts authorized H M. Jewell, strike leader, to sign a separate peace agreement with in dividual Toads. A White House police force is cre ated under a bill signed by President ss.rdma jfcg massar* mazier* tram - the District of Columbia police depart meat thirty-three men who have been on duty In the White House grounds. Senator Smoot, republican. Utah, served notice on the seuate that in the future he will refuse uuauimous consent to permit printing In the Con gressional Record of political speeches of senators not delivered in the seu ate. Ford's Four Plants Cease Activities. Detroit. — Henry Ford's four big plants In Detroit will be idle several months, it is believed, and their 100 . 000 workers jobless, together with other Ford workers throughout the country, was indicated when the last of the workmen were ordered to turn In their tools. Henry Ford and his son, Edsel Ford, refused to amplify their statements of three weeks ago 1 that the plants would close as a oro test against exorbitant coal and atîel prices and the alleged cousiplracy of coal and railroad men. Ammunttion Factories Werk Overtime. Paris.—The British government has ordered all small arms and ammuni tion factories in the United Kingdom to work twenty-four hours at full cap acity In preparation for any Turkish eventualities, according to news react ing private sources bore. Ruble Now Almost Worthless. Moscow. — Seven million soviet rubles to the dollar is the new rate set by the government stock exchange commission which has Just begun operation. This is the lowest poiut the ruble has yet reached. Most of the tvenr and tear of work on a man comes fioiu his going to It all frazzled out by hiz play. ! COUNTY SEAT NEWS ITEMS. Mrs. Nellie McEntee departed Thursday fur Washington, D. C., ! for a visit to two of her daugh ters, who reside there. She travels east with Miss Lallah Fulton and Dale Fulton. Heaviest wheat yield so far reported this season was 51 VÇ» bushels to the acre on the H. G. Chicane ranch, west of Fenn. Eighty acres of summer fallow, of the Velvet Chaff variety of wheat, yielded 4120 bushels. One thousand dollars in cash prizes to winners of races and bucking contests during the Idaho County fair, October 10, 11 and 12, were decided upon by the entertainment committee of the fair Wednesday. Dale Fulton and sister, Miss Lallah, departed on this morn ing's train for Philadelphia where they will resume their studies at Combs' conservatory of music, this being their third year. Mr. Fulton is taking ad vanced work on the violin and Miss Fulton piano and voice. Atty. F. E. Fogg left Thursday for Caldwell to argue motions and demurrers to the third amended comp'aint of W. H. Cassidy and Frank L. Moore against Mr. and Mrs. Warren Scott, A. S. Hardy and A. N. Dver, executors of the estate of Wallace Scott, et al. Fogg & Campbell represent Mr, and Mro. Warren Scott in the caae. Judge J. F. Ailshie. who repne ; I COTTONWOOD CHRONICLE GEORGE MEDVED Issued Every Friday and entered at Postoffice in Cottonwood. Idaho aa »ecnnd-ela** mail matter. Subscription one year Six months_____________ $2.00 .. 1.26 (Strictly in advance) INDEPENDENI IN POLITICS Copy for change of ad must be hand ed in by Wednesday to insure change FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1922 WANTS, FOUND AND fORSAlE FOR SALE—10 head of stock cattle. Tom Gentry. 30-tf FOR SALE—Registered Short Horn bull, 14 months old. J. W. Williams. 37-tf FOR SALE—1 good Monarch range, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 tele phone and about one-half mile of telephone wire. Bert Schroeder.. FOR SALE—One American cream separator, one cream can, one baby cart. Mrs. Edgar Wort man. 37-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good team, harness and wagon. Will sell or trade for a lighter team. Ernest Jessup. 37-tf FOR SALE—20 head of good shoats, weight about 90 to 100 pounds. Charles R. Pidgeon, Grangeville R. F. D. No. 1. 38-3 FOR SALE OR RENT—320 acres of pasture land, about 10 acres of hay and garden land. Terms if desired. Roy Wil liams. 37-4* FOR SALE—Letter files at the Chronicle office. Put your correspondence away in a system atic order. They sell for 31 each. 37-tf FOR SALE—16 inch Yellow pine wood; 5 to 10 cords, $4.50; 10 cords and up. $4.00. Mike Johnston, 1-2 mile from West lake, Idaho. 39-2 PUBLIC SALE—A. Fanner will sell at auction at his place 4 miles due east of Nezperce on Oct. 3. 7 mares, 45 head of cat tle and farm machinery. 39-lp FOR SALE—At a bargain a $500 Milton piano in the best of condition and an instrument that anyone may feel proud to have in their home. For particulars call at the Chronicle office. 87tf FOR SALE—Five room mod ern house in Cottonwood, acre of ground with bearing fruit trees, well fenced, garage, good barn, chicken house and other outbuildings at a bargain if taken at once. Wm. Kelsey. 35-tf FOR SALE—120 acres of fine timber land four miles west of Cottonwood at $10 per acre. Will sell in 20 or 40 acre tracts. Mr. Farmer why not buy a tract for your fuel supply. Call at the Chronicle office for partic ulars.. 36-tf ESTRAYED—From Webster near Westlake, two head of horses, 1 gray mare 7 years old, branded JB upside down on left shoulder; 1 dark Ixay mare, 6 years old, branded o n left shoulder and jaw. Both mares had colts by their side. Finder notify C. W. Dicus, Westlake, Idaho. 37-2* LOST—Bull, 4 years old, de horned, white face, brand 31 left rib. Suitable reward, advise this offiee or II. T. Agnew, Westlake, Idaho. 39-tf FOR SHERIFF. As the Republican candidate for the office of sheriff of Idaho cjunty, I desire and would hoart ily appreciate your support in ; the general election to be held in I November. CHESTER G. ARNOLD. Grangeville, Idaho. sent the executors, left Coeur d' Alene Thursday. Grangeville public schools opened Monday under the super intendency of J. H. Gore. En rollment is 338, of which 198 is in the high school. High school enrollment is larger than was anticipated just prior to the opening of the schools. A suc cessful school year is expected.