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Payette Enterprise % ¥ ♦ No. 43, VOL, XIV PAYETTE, PAYETTE COUNTY, IDAHO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918 ONE DOLLAR AND ONE-HALF A YEAR I t The Led Gives aale iaH -aftr-ay Dictfcl.t ctt tie real t»p.iit of people in the iced Cro.s no. k. hw .he dunaiienb came in ,rom all i a. ts ef IUj couniy. it was ready a sigh ste the great variety ef Noah's \rk wesn t in it. it was ,o . a articles. Kai . good os going tc a Oom'y Pigs, chickens, tu.kcs, dcc.s g e'-c, she^p, calvct, labbit., e gs, all k inds of barm and ga den iro uvt, t on . fuini.ere, îan y we. k, s v ra. of ccal, fresh and canned fruits in 0 f n grater iplucc, great quant.tics, many cr.i les merchandise from th. me.clans, fact we have ncvjer ce n a variety of goccls ,n. any cue farmers Sv. r.nso.1 st rt ed in good tir e end we will <, on- 1 ture tc say he never condu t d' sale where the bidding cane n faster t'-an at this sal , and yet there was not 'time to ssT ne>r a 1 $1,000.00. 1 ft over and all goed stuff.. The wcr< especially liberal in their do nations. Aucti n cr ' of the articles. The proceeds of the days sales anoun'ed tc There arc ma'y articles that will be so'd r.t an~'hc-r which will be advertis'd lat r ! date I I ! i j | Notice has been rete.ved ty the Local Board that Harald Gold n aQ d L ster Hocker have teen arc pt.d Jfl for induction into the U. S. Marine j Corps and these boys v/i.l bo indu t. ed as socn as compet nt Orders air rive. I Physical examlnatiou "as cen erably delayed on Wednesday on ac-j count of the Doctor«* being busy. Considerable Influenza has dc velopcd :,n *he community n the last few days. Cccnpetont Orders hd/ve bc«n re-j ceived for the induc tien cf Donald D. Sh r *ldc-n Into the Ta.nk ßcrvj e. and 1 his entra itiment tc Caimp Colt a t; Gettysburg, Penn. 1 'Th«- Local Draft Board is working of ! top speed this week, with entrain-1'with ment of soldiers, classification queMionairce and physcal examinai tlon-. By the "ay, the Draft b^ard | has a saetp. All they 1 hive tc* 'do is t million ; 'o select an army cf s^ven efficient men without disturbing the; equilibrium of the industries cf the! country. It's perfectly easy— fest the; vanquished ' i i fellow that Is locking on. Miss Gaylord, having the Span'eh "Flu" is hafte cn the Job in the recorder's office. j î>ç»Uçe, JBoLe, Idaho, October made cn the To fill the vacancy state ticket by the resignation o. \\. VV. VouCanon, the republican iftatg central commi.tee recently nom-nab-j ed Robert O. Jones, of Kellogg, io rnake tho race for secretary of state. Air. Jones is an Idaho product. He worked as a laborer in the Couer d - to obtain money to get; Alene min's a college education and graduated j from tile Unl\ersfty of Idaho n for 1909 with distincticn. He years thereafter identif.ed with was ■ some mining operations in Shoshon: conn ty. In 1912 ha was elected to the ; state 1 gi.lature and in 1913 ic.rt ci I>atcd in tlve state-wide conference Boise in the ioit'rcsrt orf a Woi-kmms Compensât 1 cn law. In 1916 h " as , selected by the late Senator James H. I rady as lift secretary and Washington* D. ; for three years "as in C„ locking after departmental mat ters affecting the state. Ho la there fore familiar with Idaho problems» and wculd <arry Secretary of State th training and education to make him a very Union open air services next Sun day af tern con at 3 o'clock, if th© weather permits. There will be a r view of the Sunday School les«03,!of also preaching services as announ laSt d P ■ -f to tho ofiice use ful official. METHODIST CHURCH ced Your presence to the meeting and the meeting "HI ' by from be an inspiration to you. H. K. WALLIS. Pastor. C. W. Buckley and J. S. Thurston this morning for Riggiis. Ida ha whore they will bo joined Scott Brundago and will get there oa * deer hunt. | loft FAMILIES OF .MEN IN SERVICE abroad are eager to make Christmas overseas as merry as conditions per nfc. THE WAR DEPARTAIENT, realiz may receive from his family a Christ *hg this, has decided that each man mas package o: standaru size and ap proximately standard contents. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS will pre pare these parce.s for ma. ling, an arrangement having been completed between the War Depar mnet, Post Office Department and Rod Cross. the the Shipping space avai.ab.'e will per mit ihe sending uf but ONE PARCEL o cmh man. TO AVOID ANY DUPLICATION ..nJ to make sure that each parcel is' 1 correctly addressed, a "Christmas a.'arcel Label" IS NOW BEING is cnyjSUED TO EVERY AI AN ABROAD. EVERY MAN ABROAD will mall his "Christmas Parcel Label" to .ma relative or friend who will be ntitled to send him a parcel by implying with the conditions here ij sc/, forth. I THE RELATIVE OR FRIEND who I receives a "Christmas Parcel label" ! .'rom a man. in service overseas, will Oply to the nearest Chapter, Branch. ar Community Auxiliary of the Red i Cross, or to such other CHRISTMAS j PARCEL STATION as may be des | ignated by his Red Cross Chapter 1 — and upon showing the "Christmas Parcel Label" will yaceiv® one car -ton, 3x4x9 in. in size. P will be easy j to ascertain from the newspapers whether cartons have bean received ja, the CHRISTMAS PARCEL STA- 1 T10N. Application should not be lJ-,o;ade until cartons are on hand, SPECIALLY .MANUFACTURED so-CARTONS for this purpose will be sent to Chapters from Division Headquarters, and will be distribut uX by Chapters to branches and com-1 the inunity auxiliaries or such CHRIST ;a3 PARCEL STATIONS as Chapter may together with "Red Cross Inspection Labels ", establish, ulso furnished from Division Office. THE CARTON MAY BE FJLLED fit in it and which are not barred any combination of articles that > .m Christmas Parcels by thp Post Office Department. The list of a r - .Ides that may not be sent may be procured at the same time and place ! 3 the carton. THE WEIGHT OF THE PARCEL must not exceed two pounds, fifteen -unc-es, unwrapped. WHEN CARTON IS FILLED it , should bp taken to the place where it was procured. | RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES: j ; I ■ ! (d) PLACE ON THE PARCEL THE CHRISTMAS PARCEL LABEL RECEIVED FROM ABROAD, BEAR ING NAME AND ADDRESS OF RE will inspect the parcel, and will (aj exclude any article barred by ; Post Office Department fro© Cfcrist- j mas parcels; (b) remove any notes or messages; (c) wrap, tie and weigh the par ^ -••el; CIPIENT. NOTICE TO HUNTERS Hunting is absolutely forbidden on ; my ranc h we st of Payette. Having' ^ a( j two of my cattle shot recently I f m d it nedessary to rafuse one and aU a |jk e . Please don't ask me to hunt as , 1 will have to refuse you. prosecuted. ; Violators mares, or pigs.— H, E. J. R. BANKS, F0R EXCHANGE: Three f or COTO , calves Golden, Phone 279-r2. Wine* ANNOUNCEMENT The undersigned is a candidate for re-election to the Office of judge the Seventh Judicial EleDict of Idaho, embracing Adams, Washing S Pa,ettC ' ° em and FOR .SALE: A few coxes saps orchard run, at $1.25 ed. Phone 286-J3. delivere t3. 1 In this state, both by law 'practice this office is entirely partisen. If the vat.re believe ;ba\e discharged the du tl s cf th in a fair, hon suippoi I at the coming election is respoc 1 fully solicited. an« A Important office and worthy manner, thrlr s BD Xu BRYAN THE PERSON SENDING THE i PARCEL shall than., in the presence ! at the Red Cross Representative, af ' fin s amps at the rate ol twelve e e«ts (12c) for each pOLarnl or fra tiua thereof. (Parcel Post rate to Hoboken, N. J.J THE RED CROcS REPRESENTA TIV'E who inspected tho parcel wi then afilt to the parcel the "Red proper Cross inspection Lanel, signed. PARCELS READY r OR Ai AILING sba:l remain .n tho custody of the , Red Cross until delivered by its rep ves ntaTveg to the Post Ofiice au-! thoiitics. NO CHRIST.MAS PARCELS CAN BE MAILED LATER THAN NOVE.M HER 15. 1 , accepted by the Post Office without th 3 "Christmas Parcel Label" from j overseas. No duplicate can be issued If a Chr:stmas Parcel Label" is lost. iIIIS RULE CANNOT BE ALTERED BY ANYBODY. NO CHRISTMAS PARCEL can be THESE INSTRUCTIONS have beef issued by tho National Headquarters of the American. Red Cgoss, are bas eJ on tho agreement with the War DspaFmeat and the Post Office De partment, and must therefore be strictly observed, Director Department of Development. Approved: Oct. 1, 1918 EARL KILPATRICK, C. D. Stimson, Division Manager. Paye te County Chapter American Red Cross has organized to carry into effect the orders-received from Headquarter* as givga above by the appointment of the following com iniRece: FOR PAYETTE, Airs. I. R. Woodward, Chairman, Airs. J. R. McKinney, Airs.; Carl Korup. Airs. Ed. Lauer. Airs. Orrin Bussey, Airs. J. A. McAlillan. Mr. E. T. Bowman, Post Master. FOR FRUJTLAND. Mrs. T. R. Nelison, Charman. ADs. Ethel Hansel. Mrs. R. G. Wilson, Post Mistress, FOR NEW PLYMOUTH. Mr. 'j. E. Sears, Chairman, H. H. Hamilton, Post Master. Christmas 4*arc«J Stations ar® es Mrs. W, T. Drysdale. tablished as follows: Payetto residence, Mrs. I. Woodward, 1238 Canter Avenue. Fruitland—Mrs. R. G. Wilson, R. Post Office. New Plymouth—Mrs. W, T. dale, residence. Parcels will be received and given; t by Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. y§dxle fro© 1:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. The Post Office at Finland will receive packages dur ink business hours. Let us see that every man from Payette County, now overseas, shall rr e iv 0 this Christmas token l^p and remembrance, ( ©very day. of J. C, WOODWARD, airman Payette County Chapter American Red Cross. ? - N*TICE OF TLME AND PLACE AP ! InThe Probate Court Of The Coun t of i'ay* tt-, State of Idaho In he Matter of the Estate of George POINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. WEetebenaer, Lee as.d. uts ant to au Order of *3 id' Pre bat Count, made on the 14th day ©October 191S, notice is hereby giv-j emhat Friday the let day of Novern* be A. D. 1918 at 10 o'clock A. M. of t sai day at the Court Room of sa'd ; l'«rt, at the Court House in the Of of Payette, County of Payette hr been appointed as the time and plie fer proving the Will of said C.rfge W. Betebcnner deceased, and fo hearing the np;li<a'ion of J-ftia Eßeteb nner ter the l&suancs to fc©r 0 ^j e ^ era Testamentary when and iefç iu)v pe! ^ interested may ap pr and conteat the ^n,«. 0 . tr b er i4 t 1918 Î1 A S N 3? LUTHFm ' Cle,<k '' >ct l7 ' 0ct ' S1 * , " RENT: Inquire of : 1 WANTED: A good JeZ?ey or Gere g,y- qow. Must he fresh now f,m soon.— E. W. Equals, or 1 HOUSE FOR 'JoM.cut Judd. (PhfflW 221-j. j I NOTES t)efcrrc 'i Ciaisillcati an ^ u you have a tru * iy rsUKj * iiaIld of <***" netter ast hi* With the Coun.y Agent b.lore äume Nov. 15 so that we can apply for deferr ed clamait, cation. Write us the fa, is te 1 fore November 16. I Nett we<k we have set aside Oct. , 29, 30 and 31 f-r demo-sv rations in gop er control. Ranch rs intEr st d | ; 3 Days Gopher Demons rations: are asked to came to one or mo. e of the follow-.ng farms far govern me-nt control methods. A ' iimited amount of pot an will be carried cn ra.t:s. Stops will be made as follows: Tues day, Payette River trip : Jas. Slick, 9 a. m. (fa£t tim« ) ; Walter Pence 10 a. m. ; Walter McFarland, 11 thee«- trips and sold at low | a m.; ! Ed Strohbehn 1 -P. m., C. A. Strong j 2:30, John AIcKinney, 4 p. m. ! Wednesday, Bench and Whitley ; Bottom: A. A. Stettler, 9 a. tn.; ■Ben Whealdan, 10 a. m.; N. S. ■ Felthouse 11:30, Henry Heckes 1 p. m., A. K. Bak r, Whitley Bottom 2:30, Lawrence Dorothy 4 p. m., W. I A. Font* 5:30 p. m. Thursday, Send Hd'low and Lit tle Willow: Clarence Frrtchiran 9 a. m.. Geo. Fee 10:30, Geo. Sooft 11:30, P. E. O' Bennen 1 p, m., Er nest Kiris 3 p. m., L. H. Patten 4 p. m., John HiU 6, Carl Asmuss nj 6. Kill your gophers now. ( RABBIT POISON About 100 ranchers will need from one to three ounces strychn'ne sul phate this winter for rabtit con trol. Better buy an additional ounce for sparrows. Luy wherever you please but if yen wish to tuy thro your Farm Bureau at $1.50 p?r ot., sinxpiy send to your County Agent your check made payable to "Paci fic National Bank, Rodent Control Fund. Boise." No dealer! may buy In this low rate bid. Send us your check before Nov. 1st. NUT SHELLS and FRUIT PITS Another tele? rem this wc»k asks far mare nut shells rmd fruit pi's. "OrsaTvze campaigns to co'lcct and deliver to Red Cross for shipment. Urgent." By eav'ng and ccl'ec,Ung these you will assist in winning the war. 1 ; The County Agent. MARRIED V. A. Car rig an of Poatello and Mlnnie Lorena Eeaglrs of Paytte, united ki marriage by Mart n were O. Luther, Wednesday October! 2Dd. Mrs. Carrigaa is a daughter of J. Hcnshaw in preparation for the Service draft, I now offer for sale m y Payette res denies at a barga n: $330u.00 Practically new bungaiow, 30 x 48 fL, a t 1030 Center Ave., 75 foot co.ner, 6 FOR SALE. S.-lective I rooms and hath cn first floor. tic finished. Ail double construction, cement At gables, concrete bas.ment, furnace, garage. One homes in Payette. $2500.00 of the best 8-room, two story house in first claas condition at 614 North SDth Street. Screened porciics, modern ex ,cept furnace. 100-fcot Dontage, out buildings, fruit trees and large gar-. I j i den spot. Will sell either or beth. Terms. Look those over and write th? own 'er.— W. C. Sturdevant, 621& Ave., N. W., Seattle, Wash. I 20th 43-tf. CHURCH OF CHRIST. FranciB L. Cook, President of the State Board will he in Payette next Sunday and "ill conduct open air services at the Christ'an Church in the afternoon at 3:30 by the p-es nt turned eongregatien. Su " da i y Schco l VKVe J* ' distributed to al members ^ the services. Whv not bring an offering, if you can to help pay for the Bible School supplies. Proper offlcersi will be there to receive it. We are sorry to miss the union services at the Rapt's» Church next Sunday for we do enjoy the fellow-; ahip of all Christian People. Mm. A- T. WÜ30Q, Oetfc. time or 2:30 if you have back your Clock one hour. Let members make a special effort be present as there la important business to be brought before) the all to the to be come CUT« ON FIRE About 8:30 Tuesday morning lire wae discovered in the Hogue Drier, by a Short Lice Engineer who hap pentd to be standing with hie engine the alaim. A nearby, and who gave crowd soon mattered and quickly ap plied water by the use of the private hcce of the Bolee-Pajette Lumber Co and also the City hose which soon on T : jcb Very little damage was dene. The f.re wv 6 was evidently started by some one who tail been camping m the building as an o.l stove and lantern, both still burning, were found in the building near where the 'ire started. will be unable to ' and then you will have to walk to car, you start your One of these cold mornings town to got a set of tho. "Juoi.ee Spark IntetLsifiers ; ' at pared. Fixit Shop. Letter get a set and be pre the tl. LAUNDRY IS CASH. We will de.iver laundry only for cash. No more crcd.t to any one, and must adhere to it. So please do not ask for credift We will e.U cou pen books to parti .s wishing them. Payette Laundry. | A CAR LOAD OF HEATERS A full car of Howard Heaters! wRl arriyb this week. Don't buy until you see them. The pri e is r ght and they are fully guaranteed. They* will save money on yocr fu«l bill. All sizes and prices. , . . turned by some one who had re-; ^ ,, icently been in Ontario. He went 'over to Ontario on Friday tut fail-." led to get any furthvr clue to the: burglar. On Saturday he went Don't Worry Store. SHERIFF HAM On the night of October 16th a house on 9th sir*« "as bur 0 laxiz ed and it was leported to tha Sner iff'6 office 'he 17th. aherif H_nigan; took the matter up and found some; ev.dence that the Dick had been Aeiser and with the aid of the sheriff over there, re.over^d all the stolen property and get the burglar,; juvenile, sentmecd to the pasture, Richardson, who " Industrial School at St. Anthony. 6 as a j FOR RENT : Gocd horse [close in.— Sirs. A. B. ! Phone 145-r. 43-t2. B&YS IN IHE SERVICE ■Service ! j Fayette Valley Boys in jof our Country: Army Volunteers, 196 Crafted, 122 ' Navy, 35 Aviaticn, S Total, 361. I This includes: 1 Lieutenant CoKnel 1 Major 1 Captain L 15 Lieutcnanfs t 1 I 6 Doctors I 1 Chaplain j Naa-Coms., a dozen or more, i Three have made the Sacrifice. Supreme Announcement. Having been duly nominated at Primaries Sept. 3rd, mary election, and hereby announce myself a candidate fer the office of County Commlsslcner of Payette County from the se ond dis'rict. J. M. DAVIS. the Republican 1918, I desire to thark tho peopl? ^ tbeir liberal support at sad pr 3*. and ha\ing been duly nom.nat ed I now make the announrement that 1 am a candidate for th? office of County Commtesfon r of Payette County from the 3rd district. , Respectfully A ou re, J. A. WHITE ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to thank the Voters of Pay ette County for the vo'e given me at the Republican Primaries on Sept. WANTED: A wash man.— Pavette 42A2. Laundry. Personal aud Local Mention Jamba C. Cox who has been work ing on the "Slcjie" this summer, lsft Wednesday lor his old home xa Mis souri. I the Air, and Airs. C. A. Ingcr toli who bave been vjsiting at the I*. IX Wil cox home, left Monday tor Cheyenne Wyoming. H. G. Rogers of Etnmett acd Alisa Lora Bumgardner of Boise were unit ed in marriage last Friday by M. O Luther, Probate Judge. Air. and Mrs. Fred jlarquards-n ar- expected here this even.ag from Buhl for a few days visit with Mr and Mrs. W. H. Platt. from his wile which conveyed, the Lieuunant Wili Aloss who has been stationed at Camp Fremont, is now enroute oversea. Word was received ltuormaUon. S. E. Rue-. 1 ft Laiurday eve ning to visit friends tor a while at _ t .saiapa, then wij go to Gierms ier ry , . , ! to visit at the home of her s't Ar. jthur, and also at the home ot her aaugnter, Mrs. Vanerden. stat.oned at Camp Lee, Virginia, nas oeen P-omoted to Lieutenant C-l-ml and ceiebratta b_s promcXiOO by ouy Captain Wtnlworth Aloes who _e ing a *500 Liberty Dond from commHt<_e of Payette County. the i Air. and Airs. Al. Flood cod three ! children and. Airs. Flood, Sr. motor ed up from Nampa Saturday after noon and visited friends, returning tome Monday. Mr. Flood lk.s the Payette \ahey and may decide to locate bore. O. A. Walling erf the Payette? Mod em Garage, is making a wonderful im provement in the arrangement or t-e office and stock room which ra-kes it much more convenient, and give* them more room both m the ofiice and suai room for cam. j The Gorham Mercantile Company is I DuiicLng a huge bant oa their ranch in \vhiJey Bottom. The woik is ue mg done by tae proprietors and joiexas from the store. Air. A. L. Got .—m is uead carpenter on the joo. i aus ranch is pioauoxg a me lot h uay rit s jear, anout 3uu tone. : air. a. b. oiu-nks who nas b^tn for . 1 ,aa utst year ea-p.oytd cy the iieople v J .I., it ton Bounty to imSiSL n andiLmg J 116 Go-ny rtcoias, reta.-itc to a t " , ' e wfc iX ' us — t°j^^ w^"k 2nd & 'is ^at^ hom^at t°j^^ w^"k 2nd 'is ^at^ kind" J ' °' al ' T ' a ' Jliipiej v*ho cut to ' iafid abo ^ three weeks a ë o to ! help build ships for l ncle bam m ^ ^ tleet came baci. îsaturday, hav mg _ . , _ j ^ ^eugh of the Portland brand of chmatc. Bid say. Partmrt Is n place for a ttiati ^no has been of the' accustomed to the luxuries Roy L. Elack, Republican nominee Pay ot pleasant knew ( of him ty reputation and his ability we believe he should ! desert and cow camp* of the hills. for Attorney General, was m jette Saturday, meeting the voters ;this County. He ia a very - I man to meet and from what we as an attorney meet with the approval of the people to fill the office of Attorney General, this week to join Mr. Baird, who » now Nampa Mrs. J. W. Baiird will leave located on a ranch near whTc they expect to make their fu ture home'. Mr and Airs. Baird have lived in Payette for many years and have a host of warm friends who 'will regret thcD leaving. We wish them success and prosperity in their new home. -I BACK TO THEIR FIRfST LOVE. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Garbutt who left Payette Saturday morning for their on wet - married many years ago and for some cause trouble arose which caused their separation by a decree lof divorce about two years ago and or Friday of last we p k they appeared before the Clerk of Payetto County, and procured n marriage license- and were, the second time, united in mar riage. Prc-batc Judge Martin O. Luther officiated. home in BBaker City are now their second hooey moon. This couple ADVERTISED LETTER LIST For week ending Oct. 19, 1918 Bower, Mrs. Geo. Liana rdo, Errero, Halmen. Mrs. Lizzie Loony. Mr. J. Rich. Mrs. Grower S. Sinnet, Mrs. Julia Teetor, Mr. and Mr*. Quy \ r Mrs. Lillian Nesbit who has been visiting in Boise is back to Payette to make her home with Mrs. A. B. Moss I Married at the Presbyterian Far sonage, Wednesday afternoon, I Jay H. i Connell of Caldwell and Alice Ber , gen of Payett- - ' -1 a Mrs. Alyrtie Sykes of Kansas < tty arrived a few days ago and A risit Clydy i ing with her friend. Sms at the J. W. Slick ranch. Airs. The annual meeting and election, of officers of Payette County Chapter : American Red Cross is postponed. Further notice will be given. The W. C. T. U. will hold an ' open air meeting next Tuesday aitei noon at 2:30 on the Presbyter. an church lawn if the weather permits. Dr. W. B. Sims moved last Fri day from the bouse formerly pied by AD. and Airs. Kummer occu cn Sixth Street to the William Alauie house on 1st Avenue North. FOR SALE: One Retort Oak Heat _ . . mg stove. Good as new. Call 2o«>-j. Jata Bosch recently purchased *** Strohfcehn property near the German Lutheran church, has mov ed with hi* family from the ranch and are now living in their home. new f Jim Applegate was down from the cattle camp to visit his fam.ly over Sunday. He started back to Malheur City Tuesday, Dick Hogue going along to help take in seme camp paraphe naxia. Edward A. Haight, Secretary of the Mississippi Valley Trust Com pany of St. Louis, stopped o.f Tues day morning to spend a few we ks vacation at the home of h:s sister, Mrs. J. E. fumer. &■-. and Airs. T. O. Meade who have been visit ng for the last ten days at the chme of Mrs. Meade's parents, Tür. and Mrs. E. A. Blair, returned to their home in La Grande, Oregon, Tuesday evening. The Payette Cold Storage will again be filled with apples. Denney and company who arc operating quite extensively at Vvenxtchee are bind ing m cars quite regularly which ar*» being stored for the spring mar ket , „ Burt Purcell came down tr^m h.s ranch north of Weiser, Tuesday on some basintss matttrs, retaraing to w - eiser evening. Burt says the rajas has s-arttd the ron^e in sood ehape ana the prospects are I ) for sood feÈd fal1 - Mrs. Hinkley has been doing a pretty good m the iatfeli -_ st4 collecting pits, peach, plum, and prune pits for use making carbon 1er gas masis. J ^ h them - Co urt house, • Pit ' in IX to A box of Delicious apples, donat ed by AL L. Goodwin of Brogan, Ore Son, and selected by E. E. Dean, man ager for the Idaho Products Co., was sold at the Rtd Crass sale for the fancy price of 25 cents each, box was a 56 pa k, br ingin g $14.00. Dr. R. B. Hurd says he don t mind donating $5.00 to th - Red Cross, but The den t like to fce out-wit c«i by a red pig. The one pur has.d by h_m a t the Red Cro-s Sale evidently de cided a V-termary hosti - ai w; s place for a well pi? and made h s no escape the first .nl.-ht. If you .rap P™ to see a red pi? that don't seem to have any heme, just 1 t the Do. tor know about it. ürs. C. O. Haynes of Port ftn.i Oregon, aimed a few days ago and are visiting at the home of Good w in. their nephew, C. G. They are among the oid timers who first settled in. the Payette Vail y 30 maker years ago. He was a br i t and made the brick for the First sett ed on a ranch south of FrtiiUcr.d, and ten years ago sold cut and moved to Portland where they are located. Mr. Haynes Is apparently no older than when he left Puyett and is in much better health, S ^ K 0np of tbe ^ t National bank. Lat.r they nicely 1> the cated improved ten. acres « n Payette Bench, 1-2 mile norih of On tario bridge. 3 1-2 mil s from Pay t4 M. Snowterger. ette.—Mrs. Roe? FOR SALE: Ont: 2 y ar-old Dur 1 dry hem Bull, 3 weaned calves, fresh in December, coming A. J. Harker, Sand Hollow. cow 43-t2. FOR SALE: H :useh Id good«. In cluding Monarch range and piano, fco'h ha g tvl condition.— Mrs. John Herfurth, 1216 Ojptur Are. Voie t.