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A FINE QUALITY PUFF SELLING AT
20 and 25 cents each
EITHER PINK OR WHITE AND A SAMPLE
ENVELOPE OF NYLOTIS FACE POWDER
WITH EACH PUFF. BRING BACK THE EN
VELOPE AFTER YOU HAVE TRIED THE
POWDER, AND WE WILL ALLOW YOU 10c
ON A FULL SIZE BOX OF NYLOTIS POWDER.
TURNER DRUG STORE
Prescription Druggists
Ten per cent discount on extra
heavy weed chains. Cottonwood
Garage. 39-tf
Barley rolls, and size, corro
gated promptly and correctly.
South & Frick. 46-tf
Don't forget the big masquer
ade ball Monday evening. Given
by the M. W. of A.
Dr. J. E. Smith was a business
visitor in Culdesac Wednesday
returning home that evening.
Joe South and son Bob return
ed Tuesday evening from Clarks
ton where they spent Christmas
with friends and relatives.
F. G. Densow, bookkeeper at
the First National Bank spent
Sunday and Monday with
friends in Reul>ens.
Both the public and catholic
school will resume their school
work Tuesday at the completion
of their holiday vacation.
The free wedding dance given
Wednesday evening by Henry
Hattrup was well attended.
Those patronizing the dance
came from Keuterville, Ferdin
and, Greencreek, Winona and
Cottonwood.
The Chronicle office this week
received a Christmas card from
Delbert Hale who is now located
at Prinville, Oregon. On his
card he also stated that he was
•>w employed by a newspaper
there and was learning the trade
and so far liked it very well.
Twin baby girls arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Seu
!>ert Wednesday evening. Dr.
Orr the attending physician re
ports all concerned doing nicely.
John is about the happiest of all
parties concerned and he says he
could ask for no finer Christmas
present.
Kenneth Richards, Earl Rink
and Dick Goeekner all of Port
land, Oregon arrived home Sat
urday evening to spend the
Christmas holidays with home
folks. Mr. Richards and Mr.
Rink are attending school in
Portland and Mr. Goeekner holds
down a fine position in the Rose
city.
The rain of the past week has
placed a smile on the face of
John Maugg from ear to ear.
John says that Cottonwood's
swimming pool is going to be
come a reality and as he only
lives a stone's throw from the
''hole in the ground" that is to
make Cottonwood famous as a
bathing resort, he is going to get
every duck that by chance
happens to stop here while on its
joumey to the south.
Don't Forget the M. W. of A.
Masquerade Ball
Monday Evening, January 1,1923
R. H. KENDALL, Confectionery
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weeks doing development work
January 23, 1023. Watch for
further particulars.
Local business houses are
busily engaged this week in
making their annual inventory.
Mrs. Poyneer spent Christmas
day with her husband in Spok
ane returning home Wednesday
evening.
Mrs. J. V. Baker returned Sat
urday evening from Lewiston
where she was confined in the
St. Joseph hospital. Mr. Baker
went to Lewiston Saturday
morning to meet his wife.
The stork left a fine baby l>oy
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Terhaar late Sunday after
noon as a Christmas present.
Both mother and baby are doing
nicely according to Dr. Shinniek
the attending physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Huddles
ton were passengers Tuesday
morning for Portland, Oregon,
where they will consult Dr. Cof
fee. in regards to Mrs. Huddles
ton s health. They plan on be
mg absent from the city for
a 7 , M l,p weeks.
Goif Eckert, M. A. I lerce and
Dr. Orr left Thursday morning
for Lewiston from which point
they will take a l>oat up Snake
river where they will spend two
on a mine.
Frank Arnzen of the Green
creek section informed us yes
terday that this was a million
dollar rain. We tcld him we
would announce it as such and
would mention his name so that
if next fall his wheat did not
tin n out •>< bushels to the acre
he could not blame us for it.
J. V. Baker & Son conducted
one of the most successful sales
they have ever put on in the
history of their store last week,
December 21, 22 , and 23rd, ac
cording to J. V. Baker the senior
member of the firm. The sale
was just twice as good as was
anticipated.
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It you dont think Cottonwood
is the best town in this section
just make a trip to some of our
neighboring cities. Cottonwood
and community has the distinc
tion of being the best fixed fi
nancially of any community in j
this section. ''Your German
fanners are money makers and
they do not spend it all either." j
If we heard that remark we
heal'd it a hundred times when
speaking of the financial condi
tion of this community the first
of this week while visiting with
homefolks not manv miles from
here. ;
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Chester Nuxoll, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Nuxoll-of Clarkston,
is spending the holiday season
with relatives and friends in
Cottonwood.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. McKinney
rotumed Tuesday evening from
Spokane where they spent
Christmas day at the home of
Roy McKinney.
The Cottonwood Garage is
making a number of improve
ments aliout its office this week.
New shelves are being installed
and the room in general is being
renovated and given a new coat
of paint.
Helen Schmidt was an arrival
on Saturday evening's train
from Colton where she is attend
ing the Sisters school to spend
the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schmidt of the
Greencreek section.
Mrs. H. C. Matthiesen, daugh
ter Elza and son Hobart, spent
Christmas with Mrs. Matth ie
sen's parents in Lewiston. The
Williams family had a family re
union on Christmas day, the
first one in many years.
William Kelsey and family
departed this morning for Lew
iston where they will visit a day
or two with relatives of Mrs.
Kelsey. Before returning home
they will also visit friends in
Spokane. They expect to be
gone about a week.
George McPherson spen f
Christmas day with his aged
mother at Pomeroy, Wash., re
| turning home on Tuesday even
ing's train. Mr. McPherson
stated that his mother was in
splendid health, when one con
siders her age.
E. J. Bennett, the Denver
mill man, left Saturday morning
for a two months' visit to his old
home in Kentucky. This is his
first visit to his old boyhood
stamping grounds in 35 years
During his absence the mill at
Denver will be in charge of his
son, Harry.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Schroe -
der are spending the holidays at
p ie Catholic cemetery,
work of setting up the monu
, nients was done by Mr. Engel
and a representative of the com -1
pan y from whom he purchased
! them.
j Mrs. Ben Robertson and
daughter returned Tuesday even
j nR f rom Winchester after hav
the home of Mrs. Schroeder's
parents in Lewiston having de
parted for that city on Saturday
morning's train. They will re
turn in time for Mrs. Schroeder
to resume her school duties here,
Tuesday.
John Engel, Thursday of this
week had two fine monuments
placed over the romains of his
wife's parents who are buried in
a in
The
, ing spent some time there with
J relatives. The Robertsons will
soon move to Grangeville to re
' side where Mr. Robertson will
[ act in the capaciay of deputy!
j sheriff under Sheriff-elect Wm.
! Eller.
The fine residence of A Tt
Wiley at GrongeS burned to
the ground Monday morning
destroying the building as well!*
as its entire contents. The cause
of the fire was probably a de
fective flu or an over heated
stove. $2700 insurance was car
ried on the building and its con
tents.
Peter Bies returned to Clarks
ton Wednesday morning after
, spending Christmas day with his
family here. He is constructing
a bungalow in Clarkston. He
was accompanied to Clarkston
by his son, William. Pete says
the banana belt has nothing on
the prairie for weather and dur
j ing the recent cold snap ther
mometers there registered as
low as on the prairie,
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,A™ rna .ff hc ?J?!S Wa f 1SSU ! d
Wednesday to,
l j» B , ru *? em ™ of
p°? f°°f c Vf to . Thomas K.
R "$J. of Sublimity, Oregon. The
* weddm f wdI T take place in Cot
; tonwood on January 9th. Mr.
1 Ruef arrived in Cottonwood
Sunday evening from his home
in Oregon and will return with
his bride to his home near Sub
limity where he is engaged in
farming, soon after the wedding.
John Moral ity made his an- ;
nual visit to Nezperce Saturdav '
morning. VYTiile John makes
his home with his family in Cot
tonwood during the school year
his land is all situated in Lewis
county and therefore he makes
hi 4 tax payments there. Mr.
Morality is well pleased with
l ewis county officials, who, he
s .ys run their offices with the
minimum of expense, the result
of which makes taxes much
lower in that county than some
of their neighboring counties,
Mr. Morarity says a small coun
ty for me «rw-y time.
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We Wish You
one and all a
Happy and
Prosperous New Year
The good will of our patrons and friends is one of our
most valuable assets. We thank you for the
business you gave us during the past year
and hope we may have the pleasure
of continuing the same
I Cottonwood Mercantile Co.
WANTED—Will pay cash for
2000 No. 1 fence posts. T. Clark,
the junk man. 52-4*
Miss Ruth Howell of Riverside,
Wash., and Miss Rhoades of
Grangeville spent Christmas
at the home of their uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rhoades
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SATURDAY, DEC. 30
In the First National at
traction of tonight you are
once more carried around
half of the world—where
those, where least expected
it met under the most cri
tical circumstances.
❖ c« l • T»
bVlVia BreaiTier
y
£ —AND
Not Guilty
Is one of the most adven
turous and mysterious pro
ductions put out for some
time and
Richard Dix
are just the personalities
cut out for it.
In order that you might
not forget to close 1922
with a hearty laugh we will
show you
Nobodys Wife
10c and 30c
SUNDAY, DEC. 31
Gladys Walton
Is appointed to beat "Good
by" to the old year and in
troduce you to the offer
ings of a Happy 1923 in her
The Lavender
Lady
a play which suggests lux
ery and mystery, since in it
a poor working girl with a
vivid imagination gets a
test of the life lead by the
happy possessors of the
"Millions."
ADDITIONAL
Peggy Be Good
10c and 80c
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Start the New
Year Right
Resolve:
To spend less than you earn and put the difference in the
bank for a rainy day. Ben Franklin' said many wise
things in his day. One of his sayings is : "A DOLLAR.
SAY ED IS A DOLLAR EARNED'' The moral is if you
haven't already done so start a bank account now with
The First National Bank
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
SAFE-SOUND-CONSERVATIVE
MKMMfl
FEDCRAL. reserve
SYSTEM
Happy New
Y ear
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE COTTON
WOOD STATE BANK TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO
EXTEND TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
THE SEASON'S GREETINGS WITH THE SINCERE
WISH THAT THE YEAR
Nineteen twenty-three
MAY BE ONE OF HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY
i E. M. EHRHARDT. President M. M. BELKNAP, V. P.
H. C. MATTHIESEN, Cashier
FAVOR GASOLINE TAX
FAVOR GASOLINE TAX
More than a hundred Latah
county farmers, and a number of
business men, at a meeting held
in the Farmers' Union hall at
Moscow Thursday afternoon, at
which the Latah county dele
gation to the next legislature
was present, went on record as ;
favonng a tax of two cents or
more per gallon on gasoline, the
money to go toward the main-,
tenance of the public highways. !
II its lathe or machine work
'' e p * 11 save you money. South
& Frick. ' 46-tf
Euclid Rice, who is employed
by Armour & Co., of Spokane, is
spending the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rice.
Roy Twillegar a former resi
dent of the Greencreek section
but now residing iTuStoSU
with his parent! came up from*
the lower country Tuesdav .»mu
ing on a busineS tr&

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