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Local and Personal News Notes
Carlson's ready to help you look
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tf.
Now it's 1919,
Happy New Year.
Jake, the plumber.
Nice, crisp weather.
Laier sells it for less.
Get h done at Doggett's.
Big line racket goods at Lair's
Don't forget, Laier sells it foi
to
less.
right.
Slab wood at the Prairie Lum
ber Co.
The Baldwin line of pianos at
Laier 's.
Spruce up-get the tight togs
at Carlson's.
Long or short hauls quick—Ber
— ry 's dray lute.
Wall paper at Lair's, where you
get it for less.
First-class cobbler at the A. K.
Fike harness store.
Alis« Anna Paige was a Lewis
ton visitor Sunday.
Carlson lias a new line of crepe
iiu chine tta'i-ts, just in.
G'et Jake, the plumber, to make
your sewer connections.
ns
ter 's overcoat» at Carlson's.
The N expense Boiler .Mills now
ready to supply alfalfa hay.
.Save that shoe. Have it re
paired right at A B. Fike's.
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«r llwlrl i&i
roualet
time.
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A few cord* of dry kindling
wood at The Prairie Lumber Co.
busi
S 1. Shoemaker made
F> .diuand At.onlay.
I.i »ST Hunch .'I keys. Ireavc at
Herald office and get $1 reward.
We have u new line of eaps
-c them at Carlson f.
I es» visit l<
just
Mrs I
sengcr I
For budding plans of all kinds
see Hunter at the Pnune Lumber
i». BoImtIsoii w a* a pa*
• Cottonwood Tuesday.
Co
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K'lqmrr Art lie*
want.
Phone 753*
ug saw
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When it • hauling you
alt Herb. Hogget I
If.
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to get in some
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id toy hi
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N ML Jaroin
Frame Lumber Co.
1 er« lor the beat Cub and
Springs Coal
kraal*
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W Tl. ne«t m carpoctior work »up i
plied by Edwards A Moaeett Try!
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Piece your orders now for y oar
wüster coati supply with the Prat
ne Lu»«» Co
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Luier sells it tor less.
Go-carts at Lair's, ami you can
get them for less.
Alfalfa hay now on tap at the
Nezperee Boiler Alills.
Take your ear troubles to the
Dant 's service garage—the old
Herren plant.
Seven oolo« aero Monda) night,
. was the record of the government•
coldest thus far this winter.
Dant has H years' experience
in ear repairing. A trial is all he
asks. At Herren '« old stand.
Don't let the hoys come home
and find you in old togs. Get an
up-to-date supply at Carlson's.
Ali»h Betta F, Martin returned
Sunday from an over-t 'bris turns
visit with her mother in Spokane.
And then it dropped to 9 below
zero Tuesday night, and there was
very little rise in the temperature
New A'ear 's day.
FOB SALK or trade
My fine
imported Percheron stallion, Hub
lot, (77795); for cash, cattle or
good mares W. .) Smith, Nee
31 w8
perce.
1er Journal was in Nezperee Sun
day Keeking whom he might *e
cure a* 'steeuth successor to that
honor.
Ai i** 1 'i«ik*,
Christmas holiday
folk* in la-wiKtou, returned Sun
day to resume her duties on the
public M-hool fai-ull v
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who 4 spent the
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returned Tues
day to his duties as a soldier at
brief holiday with home foil
friend* here, He looks ilk*
life
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1'iiid your tuxes?
(Jet it done at Doggett's.
Complete line of furniture at
Inder's, for less.
Airs. K. S. Peterson went to
Lewiston yesterday.
A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs.
C. .1 Clemens on Dee. 23d.
A Mack Sennet with Dug at the
Artie, Thursday and Friday.
Judge and Mrs. 11. W. Niles are
spending the latter half of the
week in Spokane,
'Squire Jas. Hoag returned yes
terday from Seattle to again take
up his residence here.
A Alack Sennet Keystone with
Triangle programs next Tuesday
and Wednesday at The Artie.
Saturday, January 4, is the last
da> on which to pay 1018 taxes,
before they become delinquent.
.Miss Curies* returned Sunday
from a Christmas vacation with
relatives and friends at Lewiston.
Mr, and Airs. Peter Lauhy, of
the Bussell section, are enjoying
a new hoy at their home- boni
Dee. 30
Air. and Airs, John W. Turner
returned last night from a visit
with her homefolks in Victoria
B. C., and a sojourn in Seattle and
Spokane.

Word has been received here by
his parents that Nolen Hollen has
arrived at Camp Lewis on his way
home from overseas service in the
aviation corps.
Miss Loda Johnston, who sjMoit
Christmas with relatives in Kam
iah ami friends in Nezperèe, re
turned to Lewiston yesterday to
resume her stndi**s at the Husine«>
College
voting peoples class of the
nili church will meet for
Th,
Con
work ami « social evening at the
church Frkbiv at
$0. All met
h
and fricndi
uviled to he
W
present.
Word ha* bee
that Boy Drake,
eountv heroes iu
I-reived here
one of the la wis
the 91
and w ho
led
rted w
lie time
v.-d in New A'ork on
has a
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returned Friday
N. J. Drake
from a vinit in Lewiston.
itatph Stellroon made a business
trip t<i Clarks ton Monday.
Sheriff A. AV. .Mitchell was in
Vollmer Friday on official husi
ness.
Harry Knutson returned Friday
from a visi* with relatives at Lew
iston.
Attorney Chas. H. Nugent was
a passenger for Lewiston yester
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Clark re
turned Tue»« lay from a visit with
relatives at Clurkston.
I. S, Billow returned to C'larks
ton Friday, after spending Christ
mas with prairh relatives.
Air. and Airs. C, AV. Felt return
ed Monday from Peek, where he
was faking inventory of his store, j
Miss Siena Anderson returned
Monday from Troy, where she
spent Christmas with home folks.
Air. and Mrs, Clarence Kastman
returned Friday from Lewiston,
where they spent Christmas with
his parents
Mr, Gordon and daughter were,
passengers for Lewiston this
morning, where the latter will re
ceive special medical treatment.
Her. Claude Martin and family
were New Years dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Agrell, and
report a very much enjoyed re
past.
A marriage license was issued
from the county recorder's office
on Dec. 28 to Frank P. Brown anil
Mildred AI. Long, both of Win-,
ehester.
Mr. and Afrs. E. B. Flickinger
returned to their home in Lewis
lon Friday, after enjoying the
Christmas vaeation with her home
folks here.
Auctioneer Harry Cranke arriv
<1 thi* morning from Orangeville
»here he was
isting in prelim
inary work for the promised pack.
Lewiston.
ing plant
Notice to Creditors
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Saving Is Easy, Once You Start
It's largely a habit, like many another proceeding,
Save at least some of your earnings. The future ought
to be looked out for-your old age, when earnings will
probably lessen.
Something should be laid aside for emergencies, for
"it's the unexpected which always happens."
Why not open a savings account today and let us add
interest to it twice a year?
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
NEZPEECE, IDAHO
Our Motto:
SAFETY-SERVICE"
Lewiston Business College
A modern business
training school lor
young men and women. Offers thorough course in Shorthand, Bookkeep
ing, Typewriting, and all commercial studies. Write for catalog.
LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE. LEWISTON, IDAHO
How to Realize Most Money from
Your Live Stock
FIRST, select the nearest market that pays top prices lor your
stock.
SECOND, consign your shipment to the commission firm that gives
you best service.
The Spokane Union Stockyards, with its reputation for the highest
prices in the Northwest answers the first requirement. That our
firm handles more stock yhan all our competitors combined indi- .
cates what shippers think of our service.
We can fill your feeder and stocker orders.
P. W. Murphy Commission Co.
SPOKANE UNION STOCK YARDS
Washington
Spokane,
SEWING MACHINES I
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T STILL have io stock a good line of second*
*■ hand and new machines—the New Home
! and White makes. See us if your needs run
io this channel.
AUTO TIRES AND REPAIRS
» A. B. FIKi:, The Harness Man
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