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The Deering Binder a
Helpful Friend
\TO reasonable man ever turns down an
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proved himself particularly helpful and
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of a friend.
The Deering binder has proved itself
a good friend to so large a number of
farmers in this neighborhood, and has
proved its helpfulness through so many
years of successful service, that it has a good claim
to consideration from any farmer who has any idea
of buying a binder this year. Because of its repu
tation and years of service, we recommend the
Deering binder to every grain-growing farmer.
Don't buy a binder until you have seen the
Deering, until you know its record, and until we
have had a chance to present all its good points to
you personally. Come in and see us.
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COTTONWOOD
AND VICINITY
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Personal Mention and Local
Happenings of the Week In
This Vicinty.
Ben Nacke was a passenger
for Lewiston
Monday morning
on business mattere.
We have 16-inch slab wood
for sale at our mill. Hussman
Lumber company. 27-tf
H. H. Nuxoll of Clarkston was
a business visitor in Cottonwood
Monday returning to his Lome
Tuesday morning.
Herman Weigand accompani
ed by his family motored to Mos
cow, Monday to visit for a few
days and to assist in helping set
• tie his mother's estate.
Dr. Shdnr.ick reports the ar
rival of a baby boy at the home
of Mr. and Mre. Sam Butler,
Tuesday me ruing. Both mother
and baby are doing nicely.
N. A. Litheiiand and family
drove to Sprague, Wash.,
théir oar, Saturday, making the
drive in about eight hours. They
visited over Sunday with a sister
of the former, and report a
pleasant outing.—Ferdinand En
terprise.
Mre. Martin WeHsnitz
Jamesville, Was., who has been
visiting her daughter, Mre.
August Frei left for her home
Wednesday morning. She spent
enjoyable visit here with her
daughter and friends. Mrs. Frei
will leave immediately after
harvest for a visit in Wisconsin.
Allen McPherson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George McPherson re
turned Tuesday evening from
Aisotin where he has been spend
ing the past two weeks,
there he was in charge of a large
orchard tract during the absence
of the owner. He was accom
panied home by his sister, Meral
who has been visiting for the
pest two weeks with her aunt in
Asotin.
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Joe ¥uxoll accompanied by R. j
A. Nims motored to Orofino
Monday morning via Nezperce
cm business matters.
Tires! Tires! Yes you can buy
them as cheap in Cottonwood as
Irom the mad order houses. Be
convinced and read the Cotton
wood Garage ad m this issue
Mr. and Mrs. Bait Simon,
Mr. and 'Mrs. George Poler,
Leonard McMahan and Miss
Ellen Mary Simon motored to
Lewiston Sunday morning from
which point the ladies motored
to Deer Park, Wash., for a
months' visit. Mr. Poler and Mr.
Simon returned home on «he
tram.
H. C. MattMesen motored to
Lewiston Saturday evening and
the following day returned to
Cottonwood accompanied y
Mre. Matthiesen and daughtea,
Miss Elza and son, Hobart who
have been visiting for the past
ten days with friends in Spok
Wash. and Coeur d' Alene,
ane,
Idaho.
Ben Bieren and family spent
Sunday in the Nezperce section
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Premius. Ben
brought back home with him a
sample of oats and field peas
grown on the Permi us ranch.
Both samples were of exception
ally fine quality and stand, this
being especially true of the field
peas.
Tony Bruegeman departed
Monday morning for Spokane,
Wash., to which city he was
ordered to report for an examin
ation by army physicians. Tony
was 'hit in the neck by a piece of
a shaipnel during the late world
war and from which he has
never entirely recovered. The
old wound gives him trouble
from time to time.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bowman
and Mr. and Mrs. George Bow
man and son, Jack arrived in the
city Monday afternoon in their
car from Butte, Montana. They
made the trip in two days and a
half and say the best road they
found on the entire thin was on
the Lewiston hill,
remain here for about a month
visiting at the home of their
daughter and sister, Mrs. George
Medved.
They will
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Mrs. T. E. Muller, of Kamiah
is visiting at the home of her ; t
daughter, Mrs. R. H. Kendall,
Mark Rooke, who was injured ]
whilebulldoggingasteerat the
Fly Blow çetebration nJuly.'has
been confined ter his bed ter the ,
past week suffering from the
effects of the injury. .
Art Rhoades and John Toennis
arrived in Cottonwood Saturday
evening fiwi Kalamath Faits,
Oregon where they have been
employed in a lumber camp for;
sometime. They made the trip
in Mr. Rhoades' car. |
j. m. Bonner of Lewiston and
a number of other men connect-,
ed in a business way with Mi. ,
Bonner were business visitms in ;
Cottonwood J^erday From
here the party motoied to .
Giangeville.
Julian Jones, who came out
f lx>m bis home on the river to
S p end a few days here with re
stives and friends accompanied
bis uncle, Senator Seth Jones to
Hot Lake, Oregon leaving on
Thursday's stage to join Mr.
Jones in Lewiston. r I
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Winchester yesterdai and today! I
Winchester is celebrating the
completion of the North and
South highway to that point. Tn
about six weeks more, this high
way which is becoming famous !
all over the west will be com- j
pleted to Cottonwood. I
While on his way to the ball
game at Orangeville last Sunday, 1
Jas A. Gray had the misfortune
to have his car break down about
four miles from Cottonwood.
Mr. Gray had to have the car
brought to Cottonwood, where it
is now receiving some repairs at
the Cottonwood Garage.—Win
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Chester Report.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Miller of
Nezperce visited at the C. H.
Brocke home in the Keuterville
section from Friday until Sun
day afternoon. Mr. Mallei' stat -1
ed that crop conditions on Nez
perce prairie were ideal where
the hail failed to do any damage,
Mr. Miller made the Chronicle
office a pleasant call which was
greatly enjoyed by the editor
The editor and Mr. Miller are old
school mates.
In the market for chicken» of
all sizes and kinds. T. Clark, th«
junkman. ■ '32-4
Miss Alice Tiffany of Culdesac
is visiting \yitji friends in Got
tonwod this week. ;
H. C. Netzel, of Orofino, ac
companied by his family spent a
short time in the city Tuesday on j
business matters. |
The Cottonwood Garage is guv
ing a big reduction in the price
of tiras. Read their ad in this!I
issue for more particulars. j
Art Wiley of Orangeville spent
a short time in the oity Wednes
day and while here had some re
pairs made on his Car at the
Service garage.
Cottonwood's municipal flag :
is hanging at half mast today in ;
honor of the memory of Presi
dent Harding who died in San
Francisco last night at 7:30 p.m.
Miss Elizabeth Engel gave a
lawn party, Sunday afternoon to
fifty invited friends. The day
was spent in an enjoyable way.
Refreshment were served. j
Miss Lenore Tesky, of Chicago
Ill., arrived in Cottonwood last
evening and is visiting at the Ed
Stoltz home in the Greencreek
district.
"How to Find Markets For the
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American Fanners?" Can you
solve that question? Pretty hard
nut to crack but come out and
hear Senator Borah's version on
.this question.
Mi's. E. A. Keane, who has
been visiting at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. J. E. Reilly for the
past three weeks returned to her
home in Moscow Thursday morn
ing.
Dr. Orr reports the arrival of
pa, baby girl at the home of Mi - .
and Mrs. Jacob Gortsema, of
Greencreek, July 31, and a baby
girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dominic Duclos, August 1.
John P. Eimers, caslfier of the
First National Bank of Grange
ville and Mayor Hub Woods of
Orangeville made the Chronicle
office a pleasant call today while
on their way. to the celebration
at Winchester.
The Farmers Union Ware
house will receive hogs in Cot
tonwood every Monday morning
at the local stock yards or at any
other time when a carload ship
ment can be made up. Bids will
be received up to 2 p. m. J. M.
Fellers, Manager.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Brunner,
old time residents of Cottonwood
aiTived the cit y last night
from their home at Asotin,
Washington. They will visit with
0 j d time friends and also attend
; t 0 business matters connected
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™ Hattrup returned Tuesday
ey fron f their vacation trip
, ^ hioh * took them to PortlaTld>
Q Both ladies have resum
^ t * heir portions, Miss Baune
w jhi the Leggett Mercantile, and
Miss Hattrup at the Pacific Tel
ep h one office. They enjoyed
their trip immensely.
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A1 Wagner and Heiuy Engel
| returned last night from a visit
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; fhe president aS that he
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with their farm here.
j just llke his pictares and
did they tWnk £ e would die
only a short while after they ar- |
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1 lerce motored to Spokane yes
terday afternoon. In Spokane
Dr. Orr will meet Mrs. Orr s
mother and sister, who are tour
I ing, the west Mrs Leonard
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ne ?. ed Wlth a college The lad.es
f lU accompany Dr. On* to Cot
^^£re for Sffwœk
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! State Senator Seth Jones pas
j sed thru Cottonwood yesterday
I on his way to Hot Lake, Oregon
Dr. On- accompanied by M. A.
where he hopes to find relief
1 from the injuries which he in
curred when he was thrown from
a mule about four weeks ago
The miunes which he sustained
at that time have failed to re
sporfd to medical treatments and
it is his hope that the hot water
from the springs will prove b<yie
1 ficial.
All farmers and threshermen
who are interested in the pro
blem confronting both the farm
e r and those operating threshing
rigs in Idaho county are urged to
; attend the meeting to be held in
j Cottonwood, Saturday evening,
i As one man, who is trying hal'd
! to make the meeting a big sue
cess says: "I do not know if any'
| good will result from the meet
( ing but it is almost certain that
it will do no harm.
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It Isn't a Kodak.
All are now equipped with the autografic feature
without extra charge to you.
If you are interested come in and let us show
you the complete line and pick out the Kodak best
for your needs, considering the price you wish to,
pay.
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C. O. PERRENOUD
Prescription Druggist
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DON'T WORRY
LET RICHARDS AND SON MAKE YOU A NEW
SUIT OR CLEAN AND PRESS YOUR OLD ONES
They Know How
BUSINESS IS GOOD. COME IN AND MAKE
IT BETTER.
The Home Tailors
I Don't Let YpUr Year's Work
BURN UP
X Insure your crop against fire while it is still in the
? field and get-full protection against the fire hazard from
I now until December 31st at a rate in most cases less than
what it would cost to insure it after it is in the warehouse.
Thus the extra protection costs you nothing. We can in
sure your crop in one of America's strongest insurance
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The First National Bank
COTTONWOOD, IDAHO
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Cottonwood Dray
EDGAR WORTMAN, Proprietor
DRAYING AND TRANSFER WORK OF ALL KINDS
All Work Carefully Handled and Promptly Done
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No power on earth can save your crop when once
the flames are sweeping over the fields.. But you can
protect yourself from money loss through Hartford
Grain in Field Insurance.
The cost is moderate, the protection complete.
From seeding time to harvest your crop is covered from
all dangers of fire. If your crop bums, the Hartford
pays the loss promptly and in full.
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