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Cottonwood chronicle. [volume] (Cottonwood, Idaho) 1917-current, February 23, 1923, Image 3

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THE HOME. IT IS ALSO THE PROPER TIME TO TEAR
OFF THE OLD WALL PAPER AND PUT ON NEW.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR SPRING SHIPMENT OF WALL
PAPER, AND IT WILL BE EASY FOR YOU TOj SELECT
FROM THIS STOCK OF NEW PATTERNS. WE CAN MAKE
YOU ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON THE OLD STOCK OF PAPER
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COTTONWOOD
AND VICINITY
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Personal Mention and Local
Happenings of the Week in
This Vicinty.
Ten per cent discount on extra
heavy weed chains. Cottonwood
Garage. 39-tf
Mrs. George Lange is visiting
with relatives and friends ' in
Spokane this week having de
parted for that city Tuesday
morning.
Mrs. George Poler jr, and
children who have been visiting
here the past month left for
Culdesac Tuesday where they
will visit for a month at the
home of Mrs. Poler's parents.
H. H. Nuxoll of darkston was
business visitor in the city the
first of the week. Of course
the business end of his visit did
not amount to much but It was
more to-well just to come to
Cottonwood.
Herman Funke jr. left Cot
tonwood Tuesday morning for
Cheyenne, Wyoming where the
Funkes will reside in the future.
Mr. Funke came here from
Cheyenne about a year ago to ac
cept a position with the Cotton
wood Mercontile but since leav
ing Wyoming he has been offer
ed an exceptionally good posi
tion at Cheyenne which he could
not turn down. Mrs. Funke and
small son expects to join Mr.
Funke in about a month.
It does noe
a
Dr. On* was overheard to re
mark the ether day "that this is
the worst week I ever put in in
Cottonwood" and the cause of it
all is the absence of his Buick
car which he was compelled to
leave in Spokane recently on ac
count of the roads bding block
aded with snow,
seem natural to the natives to
, see the doctor walk. He per
haps travels more miles in a car
than any other person in the
county.
The Rev. Fr. DuPont of
Grangeville spent Monday in
Cottonwood as the guest of
friends.
The Ladies Aid will give a
cooked food and apron sale at
the Leggett Mercantile on Sat-,
urday, February 24th.
Flowers, -Agency for Hoyt
Bros., Spokane,
for sale. R. H. Kendall Con
fectionery.
Frank Albers, Thursday re
moved his household goods to
the T. F. Schaecher residence
where the family will reside in
the future.
Mrs. Ben Nackc returned
Tuesday evening from a two
months visit with her daughters
at Bellingham, Wash., Mrs.
Albert Lord and Mrs. Frank
Mortimore.
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China lillies
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Lloyd Day, formerly of
Grangeville, Idaho but who has
been spending the winter in Cal
ifornia arrived in Cottonwood
Tuesday evening and has accept
ed the position of barber in Ben
Terhaar's shop.
Hubert Sprute departed ou
Monday morning's train for
Portland, Oregon where he will
receive medical treatment for his
eyes which have been annoying
It is the
him greatly of late,
sincere desire of his friends that
| he will receive the relief sought.
Carl Florin, who was shot in a
scuffle with Marshal Créa at
Grangeville last Wednesday
evening was a passenger on the
Grangeville-Lewiston train pas
s i n g through Cottonwood Thurs
d a y morning for outside points,
Rumor has it that the city of
Grangeville "dll be the defen
d an t in a law suit resulting from
the gunshot wound.
The Leggett Mercantile Co.,
served steaming hot coffee last
Saturday and made many
friends by this friendly act. The
day was cold and the coffee was
appreciated. Mrs. Williams did
the serving as well as the mak
ing and proved that she knows
how to make a good cup of cof
fee as well as to direct a minstrel
for she is equally proficient in
either role. They estimated that
at least two hundred fifty per
sons were served Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Pugh of Grange
ville was a guest at the George
Medved home Sunday.
Mrs. M. M. Belknap and son
Donald were passengers Wed
nesday morning for Lewiston
where the young lad received
medical treatments.
John Reiland is redecorating
the office of the Cottonwood
Hotel this week,
room and halls will also receive a
coat of calcimine before he
ceases his work.
The dining
Some 15 or 20 members of the
Cottonwood Council of the
Knights of Columbus will attend
the-meeting of the Lewiston
council at Lewiston Sunday,
when that council will initiate a
large claiss of candidates into the
mysteries of that order.
Frank Nuxoll is this week
nursing a very sore foot as the
result of blood poisoning. His
left foot was slightly iniured
while practicing basket ball the
result of which -caused blood
poisoning. The foot was lanced
by Dr. Orr, Thursday.
Joe Nuxoll who has been
spending the past six weeks in
Lewiston returned home Satur
day evening. Joe tells a good
joke on himself while in Lewis
ton and for fear that may have
a libel suit on our hands we are
going to let him tell you. It's
a good one. Ask Joe.
M. M. Belknap and W. W.
Flint attended the mass meeting
held in Lewiston, Tuesday in re
gards to the Gooding wheat
guarantee price. The meeting
was attended by more than 300
farmers and business men. A
favorable resolution was passed
by the mass meeting supporting
the Gooding bill.
W. C. Frick is this week busi'y
engaged* in packing his house
hold goods, which he will ship to
Lewiston where the family ex-1
pects to reside in the future.
Mr, Frick returned from Lewis
ton Saturday evening and while
there accepted a position with
the Idaho Foundry and Machine
Works, at a very good salaiy.
Mr. Frick is an A No. 1 mechanic
and as a lathe man he has few
equals. The Fricks expect to
get located in their new home
by March first.
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at the local stock yards on Mon- (F
day, February 26. 9-1 .
Washington's birthday was ;
observed in Cottonwood Thuhs- 1
day by the two local banks and
the post office, having suspend
ed business for the day,
Mrs. Herman Punke sr. of
Ferdinand returned to her home i
Wednesday morning after spend
ing several days visiting with
relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Frady,
who have been making Cotton- j
wood their home for the past j
year, Saturday shipped their |
household goods to Lewiston 1
where they will reside in the '
future.
Miss Jeannette Creve, a stu
dent of the University of Idaho,
arrived in the City Wednesday
evening from Moscow to spend
the week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Greve. She
will return Sunday morning.
The Farmers Union Ware
house Company received two car
loads of hogs Monday which
they sold to John Baer for $8.75
a hundred weight. This being
the highest price paid for hogs
here for several weeks.
Dr. Sh innick reports the ar
rival of a baby girl at the home
'of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Howard j
of Fenn, Wednesday morning.
Both mother and baby are doing !
nicely according to the attend-1
ing physician. Mr. Howard is I
manager of the Farmers' Union
warehouse at Fenn.
Mrs. R. A. Nims is expected
to return home next Wednesday
evening from Missoula, Mont.,
where she was called last week
by the death of her mother.
Mrs, Nims' mother was buried
Monday, February 12th at
Mhsöula.
Mike Jacobs and James Sager
returned Sunday evening from
the Lumbermen's convention
held in Spokane last week. The
boys say they learned many
fine points regarding the lum
ber business. The convention
was attended by 500 lumbermen
from all section of the north
west.
W. A. Ferguson, who recently
sold his barber shop to Ben
Terhaar, expects to leave Satur
day for his ranch on the Joseph
Plains where he will round up
his livestock and drive them
overland to his new ranch on the
Snake river below Lewiston.
Mi's. Ferguson and daughter are
visiting with relatives in Lewis
ton at the
While some business houses
report times a little slow this
does not prove to be the case
with Cottonwood's two garages.
Overhauling jobs are coming to
the Service Garage and the Cot
tonwood Garage from every sec- j
tion in the county. Cottonwood
has long had the reputation of
having the best mechanics in the
county and this fact is proven
conclusively by the work they
receive from outside points.
Dr. W. F. Orr was called to
Grangeville, Saturday morning,
having been called there by the
serious illness of Miss Ada
Sweet who is critically ill with
pneumonia. Her attending physi
cian, Dr. Stockton, and Dr. On
held a consultation regarding
her case. At the present writ
ing she is reported to be im
proving and while the crisis has
not yet passed the doctors hold
out great hopes for her recov
ery.
The Chronicle this week re
ceived a letter from L. M. Harris
the well known real estate agent
of Grangeville, who is spending
the winter at Fresno, California
and requests us to send the
Chronicle to him. Among other
things he says that Fresno is a
live city and it has grown from
a population of 30,000 in 1920
to a population of 70,000 at the
present time,
sons, Harold, Lee and Basil, are
located there and doing well. Mr.
Harris plans to eventually lo
cate there himself.
All three of his
Henry H. Wassmuth, of the
Greencreek section, recently re
turned from a visit to his old
home at Effingham, Ill., where
he spent some six weeks visiting
with relatives and old time
j friends. While in the east he
said he was on the go continu
ally and everyone there wanted
to know something about the
I west. Financial conditions there
j are very good according to Mr.
j Wassmuth and he attributes
1 this to diversified farming and
small fai-ms. Up to the time of
leaving Effingham winter condi
tions were ideal. One thing
that impressed Mr. Wassmuth
was the absence of travelers as
coming and going he found the
main line trains almost empty.
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Free--$1.00
FOR YOUR OLD
Fountain Pen or Pencil
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY
We will allow you $1.00 for either your old fountain
pen or pencil on the purchase of a new one.
$2.50 to $6.00
$2.50 to $3.50
MONOGRAM FOUNTAIN PENS
SIGNET PENCILS .
They say opportunity knocks only once so don't put it
off if you have been wishing for either a fountain pen or
a pencil.
REXALL STORE
C. 0. Perrenoud
The Prescription Druggist
Success to Him That Tries
OUR HOME MINSTREL SHOW WAS A GREAT SUC
CESS. RICHARDS & SON INSTALLMENT PLAN
FOR SELLING SUITS AND OVERCOATS WILL
SURELY BE A SUCCESS. FOR INFOR
MATION CALL AND SEE THEM
We're Going to The Woodmen-K. P. Game Wednesday
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Cottonwood State Bank
M. M. BELKNAP, V. P.
E. M. EHRHARDT, President
H. C. MATTHIESEN, Cashier
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Wheat
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Won't help the man who insists upon spending tKe
difference, as he will find his costs of living mounting
with the price of his product. But to the man of thrift,
who always saves a part of his profit, this bill will, if
passed, offer an opportunity to get out of debt and to save
for the future.
REMEMBER THIS "The Dollar you save is still a
dollar regardless of high prices." Therefore the way
you can profit with a guaranteed price on your product is
to "Save the difference."
The First National Bank
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
PIMRAL MIUVI
Cottonwood Dray
EDGAR WORTMAN, Proprietor
DRAYING AND TRANSFER WORK OF ALL KINDS
All Work Carefully Handled and Promptly Done
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO

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