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« Local and Personal News Notes I ; Swat 'em. Jake, the plumber. Laier sells it for less. Stouter sells diamonds. (jet it done at Doggett's. Stoiffer has in Ingersol watches. All kinds of goggles at Stouf ■ * * Don't forget, Laier sells it for er's. loss. For Sale— Fresh cow. -John Wissink, , j}. F. D. No. 3. Long or short hauls quick—Ber ry's dray line. Call Madison Lumber Co. when out of coal or wood. First-class cobbler at the A. R. Fike harness store. Buy Royal Cord and get best in tires. A. R. Fike. Everything to wear for all the family. Carlson's Toggery. Miss Lo'da Johnstone was a pas senger for Lewiston Monday. Getting a new suit for Chau tauqua? Better see Carlson now. Mrs. A. Kaline wms a Nezperce visitor Tuesday from Winchester. Wanted —Rabbits and hares. E. B. Brown, Cold Storage Market. Go to the Prairie Lumber Co. for hardwood and hardwood ve tf. neer. We have a new line of boys shoes. Just in. Carlson's Tog gory. Hugo Medved was in Lewiston tho first of the week for medical treatment. Billy Sullivan's motto—Quick sales—satisfaction to both seller and buyer. For Sale —Marquis wheat; free from oats. tf. AV. L. Schafer, R. 2, Nezperce. They don't make richer and finer candies than are carried at the Temple. If it's an auto you are buying, get Sold by B. J. 47-tf. the best, the Buiek. Fike, Nezperce. W. J. Ramey was a business visitor in the city from Gilbert the first of the week. Anyone wanting a tractor man, address Jacob Lycan, Kooskia, Idaho, Route 1, box 13. Hats and caps for men and boys—the most up-to-date on the prairie just in at Carlson's. Save all that time and worry Let the Madison Lumber Co. plan your house or bam. Free service. Dr. McLaughlin was over from Winchester in the Patterson-Ber ryman trial in the district court. 49w2 to Camp Lewis, after spending a ,short furlough with homefolks here. Mrs. Byrne, of Spokane, came in Friday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. AV. Sun derlin. The city wants rock and will pay $1.50 per yard therefor, de livered at the crusher. C. II. Nu gent, clerk. For Sale— 3 full-blood 51tf. Oollie pups $2.50 each from my Natural Heeler, if taken at once. Arthur Hancock, 50w2pd. Let the Nezperce Garage and Machine works do your repair ing. machine work, welding, etc. An the job. Mohler, Idaho. It adds to the appearance of your car. Repair your top and bock curtain. .New tops made and put on. A. R. Fike. If you want to sell your place, list it with Billy Sullivan. If you. want to buy a place see Billy Sullivan as he has bargains. tf Get your applications for Fed eral Farm Loans on file so we can get an appraiser soon. C. H. Nugent, Sec y-Treas. Anyone caught trespassing on the Nezperce Public School grounds will be prosecuted. * Board of Trustees. Mrs. E. S. Peterson was m Vollmer Tuesday to meet with other prairie picture show manag ers in an effort to secure a better line of pictures. Attorney Eugene Cox, of Lew iston, and Editor Will Wells of the Payette Enterprise were look ing after business in the district court at this place Tuesday, and The Herald acknowledges a pleas ant call from the latter gentle man. TreatingEyeatrain Eyes carefully examined without the use of drugs, by a skilled specialist Our method is a method of conven ience, of concentration Many years of experience in scien tific eyesight testing and fitting of perfect glasses is at your disposal Where the prairie gets her glasses Dr. E. A. Schilling Optometrist See him at Hotel on April 21-22 Candys and cigars at the Tem ple. Fresh mileh cows for sale. Jenkins. Jas. W. . 50w4 The very latest Panama hats at Carlson's. For Sale —Fresh cows. See J, M. Baskett. Chautauqua at Nezperce June 19-24, inclusive. Buy your cedar posts at the Prairie Lumber Co. tf. When in the need of tires, call at the Tire Depot. A. R. Fike. Wanted —Rabbits and hares. E. B. Brown, Cold Storage Market. For Sale —2 mares. 4 and 7*yrs. $275 gets them if taken at once. Bert Jefferis. Attorney P. W. Mitchell went to Spokane Tuesday on profes sional business. For Sale —Two black geldings, coming 3 and 4 years. $300 gets them, if taken at once. Fréd Riggers. Why not consider a Fed eral Farm Loan? Inquire of C. H. Nugent, Secretary-Treasurer, Nezperce. For Sale-lf you need a matched team or odd horse see A. P. Lar son, Phone 10734, Nezperce, Ida., 45-tf. Have just received a shipment of cover-alls, made for .all the family, come and look them over. Carlson's Toggery. Harry C. Cranke, auctioneer, Nezperce, Idaho, will appreciate tf. tf. 36-tf. R. F. D. No. 2. your dating your sale at The Herald office as usual. FOR SALE —Yuba tractor. Model 12-20, ball tread. New and direct from factory. Can save you 1919 price ad vance. Nezperce Hardware Co. tf. You are missing something ex tra if you do not see the Friday night and Sunday shows at the Temple Theatre. H. F. Qnakenbush, who recent ly came west from South Dakota, is holding down a chair in the Gem State Barber Shop at this plaçe. Attorney S. O. Tannahill was in this city from Lewiston Tuesd assisting the prosecution in the Patterson-Berryman case in the district court. afternoon I have sold more automobiles in the past three seasons than any other two dealers in Lewis county (with exception of Ford agenc ies). Curtis J. Miller. 49-tf. Lost —Either in town or on way home about two weeks ago, white wool scarf, 2Vo yards long. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, 4 miles north of Nezperce. Phone 10717. I have sold mofc Real Estate in Lewis county than any other two agents now in the business in this county. Can sell your farm if any one can. I always have a snap for the buyer. Curtis J. 49-tf. lw. Miller. Miss Tessie Kenyon, a student the past term in the Nezperce schools, went to Lewiston Tues day to be at the bedside of her aged father, who is very low as the result of a recent stroke of paralysis. NOTICE TO STOCKMEN Article 3. Section 1.—Any person residing within Nez Perce county, identified with the breed ing of Registered Shorthorns who shall be interest ed in promoting the objects of this association may become a member of the association by paying to the treasurer a fee of $5.00, said fee to be paid an nually thereafter, and which entitles said member to one vote on all matters that may come before the association." A copy of complete By-Laws will be mailed on request. If interested write to H. L. STAFFORD, Secy., Lenore, Ida. Young stock of both sexes for sale, also cows with calf ( ( at foot. Nez Perce Co. Shorthorn Breeders Assn. "Listen ! says the Good Judge— 99 And remember it, too. The better the quality of your chew, the more you'll enjoy it. You'll get more out of your to bacco money, too—you'll save part of it for something else. A small chew of this quality tobacco tastes good — and it lasts and lasts. a i THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW put up in two styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco Nick Lair sella it for less. New watches at Stoufer's. Buy slabwood at the Prairie Lumber Co. tf. Chauiauqua at Nezperce June 19-24, inclusive. It's summer trouser time. Get 'em at Carlson's. The new hats ami new shoes are in at Carlson's. Nifty Easter hats at Carlson's —for men and boys. Registered Herford bulls for 46-tf. Go to the Prairie Lumber Co. for your building plans. It's time to get that suit for the Chatauqua. Try Carlson's. Hartman guaranteed shoes at Carlson's. The best buyable. H. S. Marsh went to Lewiston Tuesday on a business mission. Standard and Aberdeen Utah coal at the Prairie Lumber Co. Everything in new spring 'wear for men and boys at Carl sale. Curtis J. Miller. tf. sou s. It will pay you to figure with Jake, the plumber, if you have any work in his line. Martin Ledreter was a business visitor in the city from Winchest er the first of the week. For Sale —$400 desk, at big dis count if taken at once. It's large and roomy. Dr. E. S. Peterson. Eggs — R. C. Rhode Island Red, prize-winning stock—$2.50 per 15. Mrs. C. J. McCollister, 41wl2* Dr. Dunlap, of Ho, was a wit ness in the Patterson-Berryman in district here Mohler, Tuesday. EGGS— Full-blood rose-comb Rhode Island Red—$1.50 for 15. Phone 9632, or see Mrs. J. E. Fite, Mohler. For Sale —Eight head good horses; ages 7 to 10;'weight 1400 to 1600. E. T. Chapin Co., 3 miles east of Greer. 45w8* C. F. Thomas was a passenger for Seattle yesterday morning, where he will attend a conven tion of Ford dealers. Tf you are wanting a Register ed Hereford hull T can show you as good as you can find, priced right. Curtis J. Miller. Miss Nelson, of the AVinchester High School faculty, was the week-end guest of her college friend. Mrs. J. F. Gist, m this city. 49-tf. Court Stenographer C. L. Borne was up from Lewiston yesterday taking the evidence in the jury trial of the current term of district court. one Byron Defenbach, of Lewiston, and C. B. Moon, of Pocatello, of the expert accounting firm of Defenbach & Sons, are this week milking an audit of the books and accounts of the Nezperce & Idaho Railroad Co. J. AV. Harcourt, who has been doing machine work in the Nez perce Garage, left Sunday for Spokane. He will be succeeded by August O. Knutson, an ex perienced and all-around auto man and machinist, who is bring ing his family here to reside. They will occupy the residence just, north of the Community church, recently vacated by E. E. Thomas. Wedding rings at Stoufer's. Chautauqua at Nezperce June 19-24, inclusive. Cabbage plants for sale. Phone A. Kachelnder. Lost —Ford mud chain, near Russell. W. A. Fowler. Alarm clocks you can see in the dark at your jeweler's. Panama hat time is here. See the new ones at Carlson's. See Madison Lumber Co. about "Can't Sag Gates." Made to order. We fix anything in machinery ami fix it right. Nezperce Oa rage and Machine Works. P. R. Jacobs left Monday for his home in Vancouver, B. C., after a visit with Nezperce rela tives. Tho war tax makes it necessary to ask cash for all fountain drinks and dishes subject to the tax at Leo 's Pharmacy. Joe Testerman returned Tues day to his home in Clarkston, af ter a visit with relatives and friends here. Stoufer the reliable jeweler and optician is a graduate from one of the best optieal schools and a registered doctor of optometry. Mrs. W. R. Paxton and son, James, departed Sunday for their home in Walla Walla, after a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. York Herren, in this city. Sergeant Allen McCready went to Clarkston Tuesday for a two weeks' visit with homefolks, after which he will return to do ranch 49 w2. work for W. P. Johsson in this vicinity. Mrs. Albert Larson returned Friday from a visit with relatives at Post Falls, Idaho, and Mrs. C. R. Larson, who has been keeping house for her son during his wife's absence, returned Satur day to her home in Reucbns. Mrs. Cole and daughter, Miss Dorothy, left Sunday for their home in Troy, Idaho. Miss Cole is a popular member of the pub lic school faculty here, and her many friends are glad to know she will be with us again through the coming term. | Word was received here Sun-| day night, from Senator Nugent that John O'Connor, one of the eleven Nezperce boys who enter ed the army over two years ago as a volunteer in the Orangeville; National Guard company, had been ordered to return to the U. S. from Prance to be discharged, and he will doubtless reach home early next month. 1 «John Deere Implements^ A Carload Now on Our Warehouse Floors, Ready for Your Inspection A frT 'm T PP'V 1 Before Making Your Selections Come in and Look These Over Plows Harrows Drills Cultivators Bean Planters Rakes Mowers Land Rollers Discs Wagons Grain Boxes Etc. Etc. s c svss.isxjiaa »jag fjjk* This line has been found by ample test and experience to be second to none for this prairie country Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents 9 9 (( Nezperce Rochdale Co Financing the Farmer The Farmer's business often needs a little extra financial backing' if it is to grow and prosper. That is one reason why he should have a strong and willing bank behind him. It is an important function of this bank to give assistance to farmers who seek it of us, and who have demonstrated their ability to repay obligations when due. The best way to establish a credit here is to carry an account with ns, and we cordially invite not only the farmer but every one who wants to gain ground financially to do so. THE FARMERS STATE BANK "SAFETY-SERVICE" NEZPERCE. IDAHO Our Motto: More young men and women for office positions. We Tf H Itvlli furnish help to 200 responsible firms, including 37 banks. Our personal-help-plan trains you in shortest time. Write for booklet. Established fourteen years. LEWISTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LEWISTON, IDAHO | AUTO TOPS REPAIRED I OW is the time to look over your tops and cushions and have them repaired while you are not using your car. New top recovers in stock. N Agency UNITED STATES and AIAX Tires I A. R. FIKE, The Harness Man % !■! We Want Your Prescription The utmost care backed by our intimate experience in this bianch of pharmacy assures you of always getting just what your Doctor calls for. We have the confidence of the physicians and our prescription trade grows steadily each year. The physicians trust us, you can safely do the same. None but the purest drugs and chemicals are allowed to enter our stock. We handle goods only of standard grade (never joh lots of questionable quality.) If you are looking for quality and service come to our store. Or telephone us at any time for your wants. We are always at your service. I NEZPERCE CITY DRUG STORE, M. D. DeMoude, Prop.