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Lutheran Church Services.
There will be English preaching ser
vice at the Lutheran church in this
city next Sunday, at 11 o'clock a.
followed by Christian instruction of
the children.
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Rev. N. J. Holm, Pastor.
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MONEY TO LOAN—I Have
plenty of available money to loan
on good farm land at a low inter
est rate. Pre-payment privileges.
York Herren, room 10, Union
State Bank bldg., Nezperce, Ida.
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EGGS —Full-blood
Rhode Island Red-—$1.50 for 15
Phone 9032, or see Mrs. J. E
Fite, Mohler.
rose-comb
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It makes a difference how yon
dress, men. The correct apparel
at Carlson's.
Peacock Rock Springs coal at
the Prairie Lumber Co.
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Can you imagine a
finer or more up-to
date piece of furniture
for your kitchen than
an Automatic Electric
Range? In this case
being up-to-date does
not mean extrava
gance. It actually
spells ECONOMY.
Price of operation is about
the same as that of a fuel
range, and there is an actual
saving: in food cooked with an
electric range, as there is a
great deal less shrinkage by
evaporation. Less evapora
tion in cooking not only puts
a larger portion of cooked food
upon your table but it will be
more juicy and contain more
of its original flavor. Place
your order now for your elec
tric range and have it installed
before the hot weather is upon
you.
Orangeville Electric
Light & Power Co.
Gold Standard Flour
is standing the TEST of the stiffest competition that
any flour could be put to—-in the Lewiston District
Our Lewiston Trade
that has been won only on the basis of Quality assures
us that GoM Standard Flour is actually
SUPERIOR STUFF
Satisfy Yourself About
Gold Standard Quality
We make no claims for it—we allow it to make its
own claims from the results it brings
Our Germ, Graham, Whole Wheat Flour and Queen
of the West are also in stock
Nezperce Roller Mills, Limited
JOEL EASTMAN
AT CHAUTAUQUA
Splendid Discussion of Reconstruction
Problems.
Now and then a lecture entirely new
and distinctly different appears In the
lecture world. One that makes peo
ple reconstruct their line of thought
and hurriedly readjust their ideas.
Just such an address Is "Hidden
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Things," to be presented at Chautau
qua by Joel W. Eastman, lecturer,
humorist and philosopher, who comes
on the second afternoon.
Leaving an active business and tak
ing a place in the lecture Held, he has
achieved marked success In only a few
years. His reputation as a speaker Is
nation wide. He discusses vital, time
ly topics, treating them In a masterly,
sane way. He speaks with a marked
forcefulness, a clear insight and a
thorough understanding of his subject.
Ills lecture this summer will deal with
reconstruction and the results of the
peace convention, and is brimful of
new thoughts and sound logic.
We have a new line of boys
shoes. Just in. Carlson's Tog
gery.
There Ja morn Catarrh In this section
of the countrj than all other diseases
put together, and for years It was sup
posed to ire Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it Incurable. Catarrh la a local disease,
greatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires consUtu
tlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine. manufactured by F. J. Cheney A
Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional
remedy, Is taken Internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO„ Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Store
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Goods Bought and
Sold
1st Door West of Postoffice
H. G. PAIGE, Prop.
AS TO YOUR FARM BUREAU.
Boise, Idaho, May 26.—Farm Bureau
membership of Idaho has increased to
about 12,000 already in 1919, from the
10,000 membership of last year, says
R. H. Mussor, Assistant County Agent
Leader, in a statement urging every
farmer to be interested in the advam-e
ment of his farm bureau "which means
better livestock, better farm crops, in
cidently better marketing and improv
ed living conditions.''
"Farm bureau organization," says
Mr. Musser, "means unity and organ
ized effort for the development of agri
culture and in turn will bring organiz
ed as well as individual profitable re
turns.
"If organized effort through the
farm bureau organization within the
communities of the county will return
to the county a saving of $100,000 in
farm crops, by the extermination of
rodent pests, etc., it benefits every per
son within the county, whether or not :
he has been a member of the farm bu
reau and had a part in it. Does not
then every person within the county j
become a part of the farm bureau i
either directly or indirectly? Then is
it not necessary for every person with
in the county to become an active mem- !
ber of the farm bureau, which enables
each individual as well as the county
to secure greater returns!
"The county agent is not a spirit
going among the farmers and telling
them how to do things, but an ordi
nary human being trying to help solvo
the farm problems in an organized "'ay,
"Your county agent is a direct rep
resentative of your Agricultural Col
lego and brings the aid of that insti
tution and of the Department of Agri
culture to the farmers. Through the
farm bureau organization you are able
to make the best use of these institu
tions together .with the knowledge of
the best farmers, gained through exper
ience, with all of which the county
agent should be familiar.
"The farm bureau cannot correct all
conditions in an instant. One thing
should be accomplished at a time.
While the farm bureau has in its plan
the building up of and carrying on of
all phases of agricultural development,
yet each particular part of that plan
must be worked out by those most in
terested in it.
"The farm bureau is yet in its in
fancy and needs the support of every
farmer, for there is undoubtedly a
great deal of good that can be de
rived from the developing of an or
ganized program of work. Suer a pro
gram will extend not only throughout
the county but throughout the state,
as the farm bureau is a national or
ganization."
Hogs Wanted —Tom Robinson
wants 3 cars of stock hogs at
once. Top market for fat hogs
all the time. Phone your offer
ings to E. B. Brown, Cold Stor
age Market, Nezperce.
You are missing something ex
tra if you do not see the Friday
night and Sunday
shows at the Temple Theatre.
afternoon
Chautauqua at Nezperce June
19-24, inclusive.
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Bitter or Better Baking
A letter makes a great difference in a
word. A word makes a great difference
in baking powders.
If the little word "alum" appears on
the label it may mean bitter baking.
If the word ROYAL stands out bold
and strong, it surely means BETTER
baking.
This is only one reason why it pays
to use
Royal Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
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CENTRAL RIBOE NEWS )S|
Prayer meeting was held at the
school house Thursday evening
A large crowd was at the dance Sat
urday evening at Evert Willoughby's.
All had a good time.
Many of the Ridge people were at
Peck Sunday to witness the ball game
between Orofino and Peck.
Howard Thomas and family visited
relatives at Clarkston the first of last
week. J. W. Thomas returned home
with them.
Ralph Tull and Lewie Hunter were
driving Ira Coon's truck Saturday and
ran into a bank as they turned a corn
er and upset the truck, damaging it
slightly, but the boys were not hurt.
Mrs. Jack Rugg is visiting relatives
and friends in Peck. Jack went down
Sunday, returning Monday.
Everett Stearns went to Orofino Sun
day to work for Jack Bryant.
Howard Thomas was accidently hit
in the eye with a base ball the other
day damaging his eye considerably.
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About twenty-five of the farmers do
nated work on the new grade to Peck
last Thursday and Friday. Friday
noon the people of Peek sent a large
freezer of ice cream to them, which
was enjoyed by all the men.
L. D. Parsons has returned from
Lewiston.
Ira Coon is improving the looks of
his house by adding new porches.
Chas. Coon went to Lewiston Tues
day to meet his brother, Herbert, who
has been overseas, and expects to reach
Lewiston Tuesday evening.
Asbcrry Tyra, of Orofino, has return
ed to Central Ridge,
Reporter.
TIRES! TIRES! Ajax and
United States. Our stock is com
plete. The U. S. Royal Cord is in
a class by itself. Mightier than
the road. A. R. Pike.
Billy Sullivan has sold
more
real estate in Lewis county dur
ing the past two years than
other real estate dealer in the
any
county.
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THE RED CROSS WORKERS.
Work has been resumed at the local
Red Cross sewing rooms and more help
is needed to turn out the articles call
ed for in the time specified The fol
lowing ladies were on duty on the dates
given:
May 8—
Mrs. Harry Mitchell, supervisor.
Mrs. Roy Thompson.
Mrs. A. A. Hunter, Mrs. .1. W. Akin,
Mrs. B. L. Cole.
May 27—
Mrs. Roy Thompson, supervisor.
Mrs. Harry Mitchell.
Mrs. Olive Cox.
PLEASE NOTE.
ALL PARTIES INDEBTED TO
THE NEZPERCE ROLLER MILLS,
OR TO THE ESTATE OF L. W. ROB
INSON, DECEASED, ARE REQUEST
ED TO CALL AT THE OFFICE OF
C. H. NUGENT AND MAKE SETTLE
MENT OF ALL ACCOUNTS OUT
STANDING, AS THE SAME IS NEC
ESSARY IN ORDER TO CLOSE UP
THE AFFAIRS OF SAID ESTATE.
MARY C. ROBINSON, EXECUTRIX.
Cet it done at Doggett's.

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