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« N : S Having decided to quit farming on account of poor health I will sell at public auction on the William Schiller ranch 4 miles east of Cottonwood commencing at 10 a. m. Thursday, Sept. 28 ■■ 9 Head of Horses Vi «El» ONE SPAN GRAY GELDINGS, WEIGHT 2800 POUNDS i/*»2 ÜWW 9 YEARS OLD, ONE BROWN TEAM, MARE AND HORSE. 8 AND 10 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 2800 POUNDS ONE SPAN OF GELDINGS. BLACK AND ROAN. 10 AND 11 YEARS OLD. WEIGHT 2100 POUNDS ONE SPAN BAY GELDINGS, 10 AND 12 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 2500 POUNDS ONE CHESNUT, 12 YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1350 LBS. ■■B Other Live Stock * ONE JERSEY MILK COW, 5 YEARS OLD ONE RED COW WITH CALF AT SIDE ONE CALF ONE SOW AND 34 HEAD OF SHOATS EIGHT DOZEN CHICKENS Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Etc. Some (Train hay 2 sets of wheel harness 2 sets of lead harness 2 sets of hack harness 1 (?ood saddle 1 riding bridle 1 3•/;> Peter Schüttler wagon; good as new 1 3*4 Bain wagon, half truck 1 3*4 Bain wagon, high wheel 1 hay rack 1 Studchaker buggy 1 bod sled 1 cutter 1 Success Funning mill 1 2Vi Baby Carley chopper 1 2 Vi horse Moline gas engine 1 12*inch 3 bottom John Deere plow 1 12-inch 2 bottom high lift J. Deere plow 1 12-inch walking plow 1 garden cultivator 1 3 section steel harrow 1 8-foot double disc 1 12-foot mulcher und pulverizer 1 10-foot VanBrunt double disc drill 1 8-foot McCormick binder 1 9-ft. McCormick combine; in good shape 1 harrow cart 1 cross cut saw 1 orchard ladder 1 hog oiler 1 scalding vat 1 wire stretcher 1 double pulley with rope l 300 pound Stargent scale 3 16-foot log chains 1 circular saw 3 15 gallon barrels 1 52 *4 gallon iron barrel 2 50 gallon wooden barrels 1 grindstone 1 wagon jack 2 post mauls 1 scoop shovel 1 hoe 1 rake 7 pitch forks Some potatoes Household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. 1 pick 1 wheel barrow 1 cant hook 1 scythe 1 post hole auger 1 shovel 1 spade 1 potatoe fork A Big Free Lunch Will Be Served At Noon TERMS- ^ sums of $20 under, cash. All sums over that amount time will be given to July 1, 1923 on approved bankable note bearing 10 per cent interest from date of sale. Nothing to be removed until settled for. William Baune, Owner Cottonwood State Bank, Clerk V. H. Johnson, Auctioneer Oa nun ii KK ii nnunnwo i nm a n i m.m g m NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the 7 day of October, 1922, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. on said day, at the premises of the undersigned, known as the Blacksmith and Repair Shop situated in the village of Green creek, and near the Greencreek, postoffice in Idaho County, State of Idaho, the same being the garage and repair shop of the undersigned, the undersign ed will sell at public auction One Model 44, Eight Cylinder automobile, known and named "Oldsmobile" the number of the motor being 52627 and the num ber of the c?r being 114256. Said public auction sale of said automobile will be made under j and by virtue of the provisions of Section G413 of the Idaho Compiled Statutes of 1919 and for the purpose of satisfying the lien of the undersigned on said automobile in the sum of $340.82 together with costs of sale, said' sum being for services rendered at the request of Henry Uhlen- j kott, the owner of said automo- j bile and for materials furnished and storage and ;;afe-keeping of said automobile, at the request, and instance of the said owner ! thereof, by the undersigned, who is the keeper of a garage and re pair shop for automobiles and other machinery, for his com pensation in repairing, garaging, safekeeping and furnishing materials for said automobile; said work having been dona and j j ! materials furnished more than two months prior to the date hereof. Dated at Greencreek, Idaho, this 22 day of September, 1922. 39-2 A. J. WASSMUTH. NOTICE. To Whom It May Concern. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the 7 day of October, 19'. 2 at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. on said day, at the premises of ihe undersigned known as the Blacksmith and Repair Shop sit u; ud in the village of Green er* k. and near the Greencreek p* stoffice in Idaho county, garage and repair shop of the undersigned, the undersigned will sell at public auction, one stajje hack known as the E. J. ! ! I i j • Adair stage hack. Said public auction sale of said ! stage hack will be made under and by virtue of the provisions ! of Section 6413 of the Idaho I Compiled Statutes of 1919 and i for the purpose of satisfying j the lien of the undersigned on • said stage hack in the sum of $22.25 together with cost of sale, said sum being for sen-ices rendered at the request of E. J. Adair. Said work having been done and materials furnished more than two months prior to the date hereof. Dated at Greencreek, Idaho this 22 day of Sept. 1922. 39-2 A. J. WASSMUTH. Read the want ads. It pays. MONEY TO LOAN. Money on farm lands at 5 1-2 per cent. Loans made promptly thru the Cottonwood National Farm Loan Association on farm lands on Camas Prairie. The Cottonwood National Farm Loan Association stands one of the highest in the Federal I-and District No. 12 including tile sûtes ofWashington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana for prompt payments on the semi-annual enstallments, and therefore is in a position to make loans prompt ly. This association has over one hundred members, no delinquen cies and has paid dividends to its members amounting to $2491.13 on their stock since its organiza *->«<"C><-<ax-<"XK"X-^x-'X"X--x-x DR. J. E. REILLY Dentist Office, Nuxoll Block Both Phones ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ DR. J. D. SU1NNICK Physician anti Surgeon Office over Cottonwood St. Uk. DR. WESLEY F. OUR Phyaician and Surgeon Office in Simon Bldg. Both I'honea ! T, P. Brown $ | CHIROPRACTOR j Craigmont, Idaho ! DR. C. SOMMER Graduate Licenne VETERINARIAN Deputy State Veterinarian Residence North end of town Both Phones KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS * Cottonwood Council, 1389 Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. Visiting knights welcomed John F. Knopp. G. K. Barney Seubert, F. S. X'-x-^-X'-x- m KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS McKinley Lodge No. 38 Meets every Tuesday evening. Hayward Shields, C. C. John Homar, K. R. and S. THE AMERICAN LEGION Cottonwood Post No. 40 Meets 1st Monday of each month at I. O. O. F. Bert Schroeder, Com. Frank Albers, Adjutant j -x-*<-<~x-.x.-x~x-'*-^:**>-X"X--:-X'<' FELIX MARTZEN Real Estate, .Loans, Fire and Life Insurance Insure in the Northwestern Mutual and save 25 to 45 pei cent on your insurance. x-e-en x*<x~x*v-v-x-e~x-x">^* JOHN HEILAND CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Estimates fnrnlshed am a»: class of Work. Repairing promptly done. X*X"X-V Rooke Hotel Has neat clean rooms at 50c and 75c per night or $3.00 to $3.50 per week. When you are in Cottonwood give us a trial. "Dad" Rooke, Prop. tion. For real service and fail- treat ment see us. Felix Martzen, Sec.-Treas. Edgar G. Fry, Pres. T. P. Mitchell. Vice Pres. Directors: Edgar G. Fry, T. P. Mitchell, Henry Bosse, Geo. J. Terhuar, Ed L. Jessup, Domin ic Romain and John Seubert. Seattle Sunday papei on .j Sunday morning. R. H. Ivendi <:onfectionery. 20 FOR OVER 40 YEARS HALL-8 CATARRH MEDICINE ha b»*n used successfully In the treatmen of Catarrh. HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE con ststs of an Ointment which Quiclil' Relieves by local application, and th Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which act through the Blood on the Mucoua Bur facea. thus reducing the Inflammation Sold by all druggtata. F. J. Cneney A Co.. Tolado. Ohio.