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DR. J. E. REILLY Dentist < » < » :: < • Office, Nuxoll Block ' Both Phones < « ♦ I ; DR. J. D, SHINNICK | < > physician and Surgeon I < > Office over Cottonwood St. Bk. X I DR. WESLEY F. OUR $ A Physician and Surgeon ? Office in Simon Bldg. 5 Both Phones » <• <- <■ •: DK. C. SOMMER Graduate License VETERINARIAN Deputy State Veterinarian Residence North end of town Both Phones •x*<"X"X->*'X"X~xkk~x-«<*<~x KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS | Cottonwood Council, 1389 VTeets the first and third k Wednesday of each month, f Visiting knights welcomed | George Terhaar, G. K. Y Barney Seubert, F. S. | ♦ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS A McKinley Lodge No. 38 ♦ Meets every Tuesday evening. Y R. M. Matthiesen, C. C. ♦ John Homar, K. R. and S. ? FELIX MARTZEN Secretary Treasurer Ï COTTONWOOD N. F. L. A. | If it is a loan you want we -f can accommodate you. 514 per cent for farm loans. Insurance in the Northwest ern Mutual.—the policy holders X company with a clean record and insurance at cost. V The less fire the less cost i The more fires the more cost. *i* : I X f Every policy holder can cut ? down cost in a mutual by care •j. fullness and fire prevention. I 1 v 'X* v v 9 9 vv > Rooke Hotel I I Has neat clean rooms at 60c and 76c per night or $3.00 to $3.60 per week. When you are in Cottonwood give us a trial. Dad" Rooke, Prop. Î ii >: E best econ omy combina tion in tires that we know of is a quality product backed up by conscientious service. So we sell Goodyear Tires, as representing the utmost in quality, and deliver the buyer a service that helps him get from those tires all the mileage built into them at the factory. As Goodyear Service Station Dealers we sell and recom mend ihm new Goodyear Cords with the beoeled All - Weather Tread and back them up with stands&d Goodyear Sendee T" JOHN HOENE GOODvŸEAR "WMUrs Mule For Western Trsde" Our ads bring big results. See Johann for your 100 per 13-tf I cent mohfir sweat pads. We repair all makes of bat teries. Cottonwood Garage. 80-tf > WANTS, FOUND AND FOR SAIF FOR SALE—Rolled wheat, $1.80 per cwt. cash at the Voll mer-Clearwater warehouse. J. W. Williams, owner. 22-2 FOR SALE OR TRADE—One 28-inch J. I. Case separator, one 65-Holt caterpillar, one 9-bottom 16-inch tractor plow. Ed Nel - nn pvnn Idaho 23-4 ' ' ' _ FOR SALE—30 cords 16 inch wood at the Henry Fors mann farm 2 miles east of keuterville. mann. Robert Fors 22-4 ESTRAYED or Stolen—Bay gelding, 5 years old, weight ! about 1000 pounds. Branded J over J. Finder please notify Geo. Reed of Westlake or the Chron icle office. 21-4* ESTRAYED—Came to my place août April 17th one bay mare, weight about 900 pounds, branded G. G. on right flank. Owner can have same by paying for advertisement and feed bill. Clyde Von Bargen. 20-4 ESTRAYED—Came to my place nine miles northeast of Cottonwood on the old Jack Hogue ranch about March 1st, two 2-year old heifers ; one light red, white face, horns, branded 57 on hip; one jersey color, white spotted, no horns, branded SY on hip. Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement 20-4 and feed bill. LOST—Two 2-year-old mare colts, one dark and one light bay. One blind in right eye. No brands. Clyde Von Bargen. Finder please notify 22-2 SUPPLIES— High grade malt, hops, bottles, caps, and cappers, price list. Brodle Sales Co. 404 Main, Lewiston. BOTTLERS Write for Hemstitching. Mail orders prompt attention. Pauline Stelz, Genesee, Idaho. 21-4 FOR wall paper samples and prices see Peter Bies. 13-4 Hall's Catarrh Medicine Those who are In a "run down" condi tion will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are In good health. This (act proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, It Is greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which assists In improving the Oeneral Health. Sold by druggists (or over 40 Years, imp Sold by druggists lor over « iea F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. I JOHN REILAND J ; CONTRACTOR ft BUILDER / Estimates furnished am any class of Work. Repairing promptly done. * im HIS RECIPE. Cane — How do vou account for living to be one hundred years old? Ora ndfather Clock — I keep regular hours, - and always find ■omethlng for % *2 * I my bands to do! INSECT TALES If straightened out, an ounce of spider's web would extend 350 miles. Entomologists declare that the sugar cane has 227 varieties of insect ene mies. Common house flies have been proved to migrate as much as six miles in one day. There are In the United States some 15,000 different kinds of beetles, and they range in sise all the way from little ones that It almost requires the use of a microscope to see. to such giants as the spotted horn beetle. There are five times as many kinds of Insects as there are kinds of all other living beings. It Is estimated that there are 750. 000 sorts of Insects, without counting parasitic creatures. Insects are capable of classifying and analyzing odors, many of which are unknown to human beings. PISCATORIAL FACTS There are about 10,000 species -» fish known. Carp are said to md » Uu century mark in age. INDIAN STORY OF CREATION .Belief Seem« to Be Oddly Connected With Both Biblical Story and Mythical Losend. Some of the tribes of North Ameri cas Indians had a belief concerning the creation of the world and man that sounds like a combination of the Bible story of the events In the lives of the first couple on earth, and the mythical story of Pandora's box and the evil spirits. The Indians believed that heavenly beings came down and made the world, after which they made a man and a woman of clay. The intention of the Creator was that men should live at- ways But tbe Sua> when be P nssed over told them that there was not land enough, and that people had better die. At length the daughter of the Sun was bitten by « snake and died. The Sun, however.—whom they worshiped as a god—consented that human be ings might live always. He entrusted to their care a box, charging that they should not open It. However, Im pelled by curiosity, they opened It, contrary to the Injunction of the Sun, and the spirit It contained escaped, and then the fate of all men—that they must die—was decided. LEARNED LESSON FROM ANT Small Insect Taught Great Asiatic Conqueror the Wonderful Value of Being Persevering, There was no more remarkable fea ture In the character of TTmour, the great Asiatic conqueror—commonly known by the name of Tamerlane-— than his extraordinary perseverance. No difficulties ever led him to recede from what he had once undertaken, and he often persisted In his efforts under circumstances which led all around him to despair. On such occa sions he used to relate to his friends an anecdote of his early life. "I once," he said, "was forced to take shelter from my enemies in a ruined building, where 1 sat alone many hours. Desiring to divert my mind from my hopeless condition, I fixed my eyes on an ant that was carrying a grain of corn larger than Itself up a high wall. I numbered the efforts It made to accomplish this object. "The grain fell 69 times to the ground ; but the Insect persevered, and the seventieth time It reached the top. This sight gave me courage at the moment, and I never forgot the lesson." Chinese Women Rarely Sold. An erroneous notion generally held Is that Chinese women are sold In marriage by their families. The fa ther-in-law of a young widow does In deed exact a certain sum from her second bridegroom as compensation for the expenses he has been put to on her account, but It Is'no more a sale than the dot settled on a young girl In France. There are cases In which unhappy young women have fallen Into the hands of an ambitious and cruel mother-in-law who does not scruple to sell her to an old man for a handful of money, and there are also cases In which this admirer is powerful, when he neither woos nor parleys, but exacts and threatens with ruin. In these cases the young widow is without recourse, for the scales of Chinese Justice fall to the side where gold Is heaped, but she has only to bear her oppressor a son and she ascends the dais of contented ruler of the household.—Review of Reviews. Crosses on Lithuanian High Roads. One thing that particularly attracts the attention of the traveler In Lithu ania are the crosses on the high roads. Mostly In carved wood, they are of gigantic dimensions. In some prov inces there Is a cross for every mile of highway. In addition to a number of crosses on the fields or in the cor ners of streets In villages. In every cross there Is % deep niche containing one or more Icons and perpetually burning oil lamps, the flame of which is kept alive through a vow taken by some family from time Immemo rial. As the roads are not lighted, the lights on the crosses serve the same purpose to the winter traveler, when the roads are burled In (Jeep snow, that does the Ughthousd^ to,'a ship. ** These crosses are said to contain the complet^ history of Lithuania from the early part of the Fourteenth cen tury, when It accepted Christianity. Chines« Ideas About Goldfish. That the finer kinds of goldfish are raised from the eggs of the silk moth Is a popular fallacy among many Chinese. According to this belief the silk moth lays Its eggs on a brick or tile, and this Is placed In shallow water and exposed to the sun. In sev eral days they hatch out minute larvae I end are fed on pond slime, developing rapidly Into gorgeous goldfish. Great care has to be used In the prepura Bon ° f the " ater ' but the proce * s may b f abort ^ , by an »"«venin* thunder , olap ' wbl ' b /outlines makes such liavo J with the ^f 8 tbat they but f ' uut SC ° rbi °" 8 ln8tead 0f th * j much de8lred K° ldfl8b ' , Of Merciful Nature. Wealthy Citizen—A great big, able bodied man like you ought to be ashamed to ask a stranger for money. Tramp— I know I ought ; but, mis ter, I'm too UnU-hearted to knock you on the head and take U from » Just Received A car load of INLAND PORTLAND CEMENT When in need of cement call and see us I / / 'I Cottonwood Hardware Only $ 34.32 Round trip from Cottonwood to Yellowstone Park CT m See Geo. A. Poler Agent Bring your dry and green hides to Johann. Top prices for main and tail hair. 13-tf NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL xr , , . ,, , . Notice is hereby given that m pursuance of an order of sale, made and entered by the Probate Court of the County of Idaho,; ft pf Idaho, on, February 10, '; 22 - in matter of the estate of Mary Forsman, deceased, the undersigned administrator of said estate will sell at private sale, subject to confirmation by said Probate Court, the follow mg described real property, be longing to said estate, to-wit : A tract of land situated in Idaho county, State of Idaho and bounded as follows : Beginning at a point 5 chains west of the center of Section Two, Twp. 31 N. R. 1 W. B. M, and running thence West 15 chains; thence south 20 chains; Wiênce east 6.54 chains; thence north 13 chains; thence east 8.46 chains; thence north 7 chains to the place of beginning, containing 19 acres and being a portion of the NE *4 SWV4 Sec 2 Twp. 31 N. R. 1 W. B. M. Also an undivided one half interest in and to Lots 3 and of said Section Two, Twp. 31 N. I will receive hogs in Cotton wood at the local stock yards every Monday or any other time when a carload or more is ob tainable. John Baer. JL2-4 ■ R. 1 W. B. M. and an undivided one half interest in and to the SVfc of the SW14 of Sec. 35, Twp. 32 N. R. 1 W. B. M. All in Idaho County, State of Idaho. This sale will be made on or after the 26th day of May, 1923, and bids will be received at the residence of the undersigned 3 miles Northeast of Cottonwood Idaho, or at the office of H. Taylor, Bank of Camas Prairie building, Grangeville, Idaho up to 12 o'clock M. of said day. Terms of sale will be cash on confirmation of sale by Probate Court; Ten per cent of amount bid must accompany each and every bid. Right reserved to reject any or all bids. Dated May 4th, 1923. S. E. Trautman, Administra tor of the estate of Mary Fors man, Deceased. 21-3 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER AN ORDER OP SALE. In the District Court of The Tenth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. St. Michaels Monastery, a cor poration. Plaintiff, John P. Brocke and Elizabeth B . Brock e, his wife, Homer j d ' d Antha M Jordani Defendants Under and by virtue of an order f aale and decree of fore _ closure and sale issued out of th district co Urt 0 f the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Idah in and for the County of Idaho on the lst day 0 f May, 1923( in the pbove entitled action wherein st. Michaels Monastery a corpora ti on the above named obtained judgment and decree of foreclosure against | j obn p Brocke and Elizabeth Brocke, his wife, Homer Jordan, I a nd Antha M. Jordan, the above named defendants on the 1st day of May, 1923, for the sum of if2605.48 with interest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, from date of judgment to date of sale. Said judgment having been filed and entered in the office of the Clerk of the said Court on the 11th day of May, 1923, and j recorded in judgment book No. 4.6 of said Court on page 160. ' 1 am commanded to give notice vs. I Jthe premise* judgment and decree, in the manner, prescrib ed by law, and to apply the pro ceeds of said sale as in said decree mentioned, the lands BO directed and ordered by the said decree to be sold, are situated in Idaho County, State of Idaho, and are described as follows: The northeast quarter of the northwest quarter: the west half of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section Seventeen in Township Thirty one North, of Range One West, of the Boise Meridian, contain ing 160 acres more or less, to gether with all the improve ments, privileges and appurten ances thereunto belonging and all rights of homestead exemp tion. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I will on Saturday the 9th day of June, 1923, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the front door of the Court house in the City of Grangeville, County of Idaho, State of Idaho, in obedience to said order of sale and decree, offer for sale at oublie auction all the right, title, claim, equity and interest, of the above named defendants, in and to, the above described premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judg ment with interest, costs and ac cruing costs, to the highest and best bidder, for lawful money of the United States. Dated at Grangeville, Idaho, this 15th day of May, 1923. W. H. ELLER, Sheriff, 21-4 By John A. Powell »Deputy. of sale and to sell described in said house Co., Ltd., will be held on Saturday, June 9, 1923 m the I. O. O. F. hall Cottonwood, Ida ; ho at 1 o'clock p. m. For the 1 purpose of electing two^directors for three years, and for such i other business as may properly come before it. Dated this 6th day of May, 1923. j 19-6 NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCK HOLDERS MEETING FARM ERS UNION WAREHOUSE COMPANY, LTD. Notice is hereby given that the annual stockholders meeting of the Farmers Union Ware AUGUST SCHROEDER, Secretary.