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*s Kl sftj ® |g tR Vi © ^ *ck V\ Sv jjc «a PS SÇ \ I ! I j j * tt 5 * f# ot 1 Si £ « g ■MERRY! CHRISTMAS à vk a % ? » m/u. ft J 1 i r Hoene Hardware I« Cm*. THE tVIMCHSSTB/t STORE ÄS 'd ' xTiS COTTONWOOD AND VICINITY ♦ Good celery 15 cents a hunch. R. H. Kendail Confectionery. 1 Free guess on turkey. Kendall Confectionery. Pocket knives in all styles and colors, Remington and Keen Kutter, Cottonwood Hdw. 1-2 Monday is the last day to pay your taxes. Payments made after that date will carry with them a penalty. Most of the business houses in Cottonwood will he closed on Christmas day . ing on Monday. Roy Hogan, manager of the Madison Lumber Company spent Sunday with home folks at Grangeville returning Monday morning. Don't overlook these bargains at Baker & Son, it is a big sav ing every thing in the store sold subject to stock on hand first come first served. 52-1 ni, _ • n ï. i x ixToi lace N ^Scales* passed through Cotton wood , 6 W ed nosda y evening accompanied by relatives. Floral tributes were piled high along the side of the casket. Miss Pauline Betz returned to her home in Clarkston Monday morning after having spent sev eral days here visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Betz. She was accompanied here last Thursday evening by lier brother, Henry of Seattle, Wash., who is visiting his par ents and old friends for the first time in seven years. Sunday was an ideal spring day and motorists from the county seat came over to try out the new highway leading out of Cottonwood. Among those en joying a motor ride in this vie inity Sunday from Grangevile were : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Titus, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Safley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamm, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Kattabaugh, Mr. and Mrs. P- A. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sims. R. H. 50-3 Do your trad y Good celery 15 cents a bunch, R. H. Kendall Confectionery. 1 Don't forget the Turkey, give him a granite or aluminium roaster. Cottonwood Hdw. Dr. On* removed the tonsils ot Mrs. August Frei last Friday. She is recovering rf.pidly from the minor operation. The incoming as well as out going mails are getting heavier day by day. The peak is not expected to be reached until Monday evening, the day before Christmas. Julis Raaberg, a former mail clerk on the Grangoville-Lewis ton train, was appointed post master of Clarkston, Wash. Foi the past two years he has been assistant postmaster at Clarks ton. 1-2 We are not closing but giving y° u an opportunity that you don t often get, we appreciate your business and are willing to share it with you once a year. Baker & Son - Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nims re turned home from Spokane, Wednesday evening having been called there by the serious illness of Mrs. Nim's aunt. They were notified by telegram of her death. Thursday morning, The Chronicle this week was in receipt of a letter from Chas. Dempewolf, who is now making his home at Seiden, Kansas. He stated that weather conditions there had been ideal so far this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruege man returned Tuesday evening from an extended visit with re latives and friends at Sublimity, Oregon. While they greatly en joyed their visit they were also more than pleased to return home to again he among their children, friends and home ties, Herman A. Hussman arrived in Cottonwood last week from Spokane to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hussman. Mr. Hussman left Cottonwood five years ago and this is' his first visit home since leaving. Until recently he spent his time in the eastern states. He plans on remaining until the first of the new year. 52-1 _ , . „ , Sunday at 3 p. m. you may your Xmas turkey. R. H -1 Kendall Confectionery. o*--l The Chronicle with this issue completes its 31st year of exist ence. Next week will be issue No. 1 Vol. No. 32. California has nothing on Idaho for weather so far this year. It simply has been grand. It is a mean parent that will on Christmas take home cheap candy. For good candy R. H. Kendall Confectionery and for cheap made candy you know. 1 See the all leather high top shoes at Baker & Son at $5.85. Buy your canned Pineapple, peaches, strawberries, raspber ries, apricots, plumbs and other canned goods for Christmas at cost at Baker & Son. John Lehmeir of the Ferdin and section was trading with merchants in Cottonwood, Mon day. While in the city he also paid the Chronicle office a visit and advanced his dues for anoth er year. 52-1 GARDEN PRODUCTS There are more than 70 varieties of cabbages. Southern California produres 87 per cent of the world's crop of lima beans. Cabbages and carrots were unknown until about the middle of the Six teentb century. More pounds of potatoes are pro duced, the world over than of any other food crop. The most nutritious root crop, after the potato, Is the beet, which contains 12 per cent sugar. Pumpkins and squashes are of American origin. Watermelons, musk melons and cucumbers are of Asiatic origin. The onion was an object of worship by the Egyptians 2,000 years before the Christian era. India. It originated In The eggplant, beau, cucumber, cab bage, oulon, turnip and watermelon have been culUvuted for mure than 4.000 years. The Chronicle office wishes one and all a Merry Christmas. Good celery 15 cents a bunch. R. H. Kendall Confectionery. 1 Today is the shortest day in the year. Now watch tliem grow longer. Fred McKinney was a business visitor in Grangeville, Wednes day making the trip in his car. Baker & Son sold you goods last Christmas at cost and will do so this year from Saturday Dec. 22 until Dec. 28th, After January 1st no more de liveries will be made by the Farmers' Union under 1000 pounds. J. M. Fellers, Manager. A useful Xmas present is ap preciated all the year. Lisk, four coat enamel ware cannot be beat. Cottonwood Hardware. H. H. Nuxoll was up from his home in Clarkston the first ot the week supervising the re modeling of his building near his residence which will be oc cupied by Dr. Smith as a dental office. He returned to his home, yesterday morning. The Farmers Union Ware house company received two car loads of hogs, Monday which they sold to John Baer for $6.65 hundred weight. The hogs vjlwere shipped by Mr. Baer to Seattle. He also received and shipped a car load and a half of cattle . Mrs. Joseph South was called to Lewiston, Sunday by her son, Floyd. to nurse her little grandson who is very ill. Mr. South holds a responsible position with the Commercial Creamery of that city and resides with his family in Clarkston. Miss Beatrice Calhoun left Tuesday morning for Spokane, Washington to visit with friends for the next month. The tele phone company has granted her a thirty days leave of absence and during this time her position in the telephone office is being filled by Miss Olive Hattrup. 62-1 51-2 Mrs. South went there H. Uptmor sr., of Keuterville was in the city Tuesday attend ing to business matters and set tling all his accounts so that,he will have a clean slate on Janu ary 1st. He also made the Chron icle office a business call. Uhling remarked that the roads to Cottonwood were very rough, caused he said by freezing and thawing. Bert Campbell, Price and Joe Keener and Fred Wohlsein, all of the Boles section returned Monday morning from Grange v j]j e w here they went on court business. They were unable to fj n i s h their business, the death of Judge Scales leaving the of fice vacant and under those con ditions no judge could act in his capacity. Judge McNaughton dismissed court when officially notified of Judge Scales' death, Mr. j Gifts for All K | J M j ! g j ® b i J s É For the Men For the Ladies K O KODAK FLOOR ASH STAND PIPE BOX OF CIGARS CARD CASE BILL FOLD RAZOR SHAVING MIRROR FOUNTAIN PEN EVERSHARP PENCIL FLASH LIGHT POCKET KNIFE PURSE PERFUME WHITE IVORY STATIONERY KODAK VANITY SET FOUNTAIN PEN PENCIL RUBBER APRONS MANICURE SETS BIBLE GIFT BOOK D A K S For All I The F | A M I L Y £ ^ | Ife j FOOT BALL, MOUTH HARP, RUBBER BALLS, IN GERSOL WATCH, BROWNIE CAMERA. For Children: j XMAS. DECORATIONS YOU ARE WELCOMED TO A REXALL CALENDAR ASK FOR ONE CHOCOLATES IN BOXES 60 CENTS TO $5.00 A BOX XMAS. CARDS XMAS. CANDLES j C. O. Perrenoud, The Rexall Store J That you may all enjoy A Merry Christmas < » is the hearty wish of the officers and employees of The First National Bank ï ; COTTONWOOD, IDAHO X » ► V X PlDtRAL RISKRVC hfc-^SY*T«M < ► i $ Cottonwood Dray EDGAR WORTMAN, Proprietor DRAYING AND TRANSFER WORK OF ALL KINDS All Work Carefully Handled and Promptly Done COTTONWOOD, IDAHO FARM LOANS IF YOU NEED A FARM LOAN WE IN VITE YOU TO COME IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US. WE CAN MAKE YOU A LOAN AT A LOW RATE OF INTEREST. > > < • < > 3 : • ► X < > < « < > :: Cottonwood State Bank COTTONWOOD, IDAHO : !