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? vooa cs* Spaa!ding » V R5.1 no !■ m i il ici ; l ! li lr- : ——j •r i mm i y mm % 'M . • ? . V i tj* $ ££y/'\ ai Ml I ii&jsï*! * 41 - I -T* §\%X A/' r III rfl : :ü // Wrh ïSMJJ df "m r / 'wf iX o\] içCiL.ijj 1 i I IIS im: : &• m s> ta b m ? ^ c..: I ycj |-n jir J S, >4 S> ? Come Home to Heal Heat and Big Fuel Ecoaomy (jMk I What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that. cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging a radiator. High fuel prices seal the doom of extravagant, fuel wasting heating plants. If you want a per fectly heated home and greatly reduced fuel bills you will invest in - ■■i * *. VJV ■ & ta mJ pi m Cole's Origmal Hoi Blast Heater >* % m <■ V/../ V m-r. m v. ■ : V m :- K . y DÜRNS CHEAPEST. COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL \ an m ; It will save the nation millions in fuei money this winter. Act now. Il T. m:, f i No. Ill THE TIME P COME y When New Cars can not be had They can not be bought at the Factory I With the great deni.md for trucks dur ing tho war, and the demand for making war equipment by all automobile factor ies, new cars for a time at least are a thing of the past, but to the» prospective purchaser we wish to announce that we will ha p e from time to time makes and styles of re-built cars to offer, and will guarantee them to he as rep resented. various WATCH THIS SPACE EACH WEEK 1 1918 model SAXON SIX 1 1918 Chevrolet Both ol these cars are used re-built cars and are 9.S per cent new Ji|L* ÈÈ§ 9 < k; * ii i » potatoes for sale FOR SALE ßchram Fruit Jars 1-2 gallon Quarts Pints Payette Vinegar and I'kJkUng Co.. Phone 283-jC.J Order your winter supply of Pota 70cts. toes from M. M. Jensen at once as 40cts. the Potato season will soon be over 90cts. 12. You cannot afford to carry your own j risk of fire to your hay and grain I when in stack. We write insurance Hay and Grain Burning in th< Stack. buildings, hay and grain in stack on ? and buildings, also on automobiles. » Let us protect you before it is too late P j and your hard earned crops burn. We are advertising constantly ard y j boiled down facts of Southern Iuaho, j I and Eastern Oregon, to get buyers for! •; vour lands you desire to sell. Come and IT. tt , , t t- 1 - nr- » t ec-T » Tr PAT ETTE \ ALLE\ RE.-iL ESTATI. AGENCY. ■ *. t putting out high class literature g CASH PAID FOR YOUR APPLES j Our packing house at Payette is i open and: we will pay you cash on delivery for your apples. We also « sr^rss T,r'u. Tttbo Products Co, E E. D,„. Manager. Phone 6.>. -. Dr. W. B. SIMS Chiropractor Office, Crighton Block PAYETTE IDAHO " F H. LYON I ■ , Attoiixky-at-Law Office in Lyon Block J Payette, -1 J H NORRIS Attorney and Counsellor at Law Over First Nat-'l Bank I J Dr. J. W. EASTER Dentist ROOMS 8 and i) Office: Upstairs in Thurston Building ï *♦++***♦***+*♦♦*+**++++++, DR. H. B. t.ATRCM Osteopath Over Stanton Bros. Store E. B. HOLMES Dentist I Offlc« over Stanton Bro*. Store. . I ; 'If there is cough and sputum running of the eyes and nose, can should he taken that all such dis charges are collected ou* hits of gauze o- rag or paper rispki s and burned If the patient complains of fever and headache, he should he given water drink, a cold compress to the forehead and a light sponge. Only such medi cine should be given as is prescribed by the doctor. It Is foolish to ask the druggist to prescribe and may be dan gerous to take the so-called 'safe, sure and harmless' remedies advertised by patent medicine manufacturers. "If the patient is so situated that he can he attended only b.v one one who must also look after others in the fam ily, it is advisable that such attendant wear a wrapper, apron or gown over the ordinary house clothes while In the sick room and slip this off when leav ing to look after the others. "Nurses and attendants will do well to guard against breathing in danger ous disease germs by wearing a simple fold of gauze or n.ask while near tlie patient." Will a person who has had influenza before catch the disease again? "It Is well known that an attack of measles or scarlet fever or smallpox usually protects a person against an other attack of the same disease. This appears not to be true of 'Spanish in fluenza.' According to newspaper re ports the King of SpaiD suffered an attack of Influenza during the epi demie thirty years ago, and was again stricken during me recent outbreak Id S pain." How can one guard against influ 7 "In guarding against disease of all kinds, it is important that the body be kept strong and able to fight off dis ease germs. This can be done by hav ing a proper proportion of work, play and rest, .by keeping the body well clothed, and by eating sufficient whole some and properly selected food. In connection with diet, it Is well to re member that milk is one of the best all-around foods obtainable for adults as well as children. So far as a dis ease like influenza Is concerned, health authorities everywhere recognize the very close relation between its spread and overcrowded homes. While It is possible, especially in times like tlie present, to avoid such overcrowding, people should consider the health danger and make every effort to reduce the home overcrowd ing to a minimum. The value of fresli air through open windows cannot be over emphasized. always not "When crowding is unavoidable, as in street cars, care should be taken to keep the face so turned as not to in j hale directly the air breathed out hy another person. l( ls especially important to be ware of the person who coughs or ithout covering his mouth It also follows that one ! sneezes v : mH | nose . j should keep out of crowds and stuffy places as much as possible, keep homes, offices and workshops well j aired, spend some time out of doors ' each day, walk to work if at all prac-, ticabie—In short, make every possible effort to breathe as much pure air ! possible. "In all health matters follow the ad-i vire of - vour doctor and obey the regu- j | at ions of your local and state health . as 1 o/Iicers." "Cover up each cough and sneeze, If you don't you'll spread disease. Move to Save Wild Turkeys. The prisoners in the state peniten- i ssr.'srsrÄ xssz Thp fact that wilc j turkeys have been killed in such numbers in the forests of ; j the western part of the state that they , have almost disappeared has caused j i the state game warden to decide to ! take up the business of raising them on a larger scale and flocks will here after be liberated each summer to populate the woods. The wild turkeys are larger and hardier than the domestic breeds, and ! the warden, whose name is L. R. Dar- ! win, is experimenting with breeds. cross- 1 He hopes to develop a bird i that will lie useful to pouitrymen and i yet be able to sustain itself in the j woods. ECONOMY in War Times--Economy is The Slogan Retort Heaters Will Reduce the Cost of Fuel 40 PER CENT A full carload of HOWARD HEA TERS and a lot of good Sec ond Hand Heater all sizes COME IN AND SEE THEM DON'T WORRY STORE J W. VANDERFORD, Proprietor NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION POSTING CF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. • a the Probate Court cf the of Payette, State of Idaho, in the Matter cf the Estate cf Doris Adam Grothe, Deceased. Pursuant tc an order of -'ourt, made on the 19th day cf ber, 1918, notice is hereby given .Saturday the Ninth day of Novcmhir, 1Ü18, at 10 o'clock a. t the Court Room cf said Court, i e County Court House in County of p cyctte, has been ed as the time and place for the Will cf Alice Deris Adam deceased, an 1 for tearing the cation of Alt itina Brown for th suance Jo her cf letters of odmiais m. of said tra-tkm with the Will annexed, ;id where ary person interested | " ^ ar cn ' centrât the same, U-ted Octo er 19, 1918 MARTIN O. LUTHER, Clerk. Oct. 24, Nov. 7. drri '° this week. Dcm't buy ^ ou &ee them. The Price is right they are fully guaranteed. They» s?ve money on your fuT bill, sizes and priées, j A CAR LOAD OF HEATERS A full car of Howard Heatersl Don't \tforry ßtore. FOR SALE- One cf the be't cated improvr d ten. acr r s Paye'te Bend - , 3-2 rr i'e north of M. Snowier; er. cn ! tario bridge, 3 1-2 mips from ette.—Mrs. Rrs? ■ FOR SALE: H^useh^ld gODds, cludrcg Monrrr h range and piano, both in g-od condition.— lohn Hcrfurih, 1216 Center Ave. saaanriMa ! $1.50 ■ By ?peci ii «•un o'for yon h :i n anjinment w One Year Subscriplion to The Payette Enterprise of Payette, Idaho and a One Year Subscription i i « to THE IDAHO FARMER for only $1.50 This Special I'rice for both papers is good only for a short time j f Use This 0rder Blank ! The Payette Enl.rprU«, Payette. Idaho Enclosed Und $] .50 for which send me The Pavette . „ , . . _. _, , Enterprise and the Idaho Farmer for One Year each, Name Post Office State AND County Alice 1 ' r said Octo that at the appli is A Barrier to the Wood Pile arifi Coal Seattle You can use less wood — or less coal —and increase trip warmth and comfort in your home. Great Western Duplex The very best wood armcoal heater Oblong fire chamber—wood easily put through lar^e end door. Duplex ÿrate nks almost solid surface for bomin^ wood; when reversed, has open bars for burn ing coal. Perfect fire control—easy to keep fire at ni «Jht. Hot Blast tube incénter directs warmed air overfire—burning all Ja^s, increasing heat with less fuel eonsumphon.Pemovable nickel;handsome, grace ful lines. Inspect it to-cLay. day, F- Q i when may ever made : and will will until All . Price $15.00 to $45.00 lo— [ On Pay t4 the ill ii, - i - in Vos© ^ 1 /^ - Mrs. | ! - ' ,1 t * f I ft! jJ i K VW)!') * r I 1 , , V ! Ki, i I I KfiJggTCg HfiJÊSTïe i prrïïïïTTTiriTïïïïîïïTniïïiïïTnnïïînraH Æ3 i •" 1 ! m ^ I I m\ ■ ■ lil y -, j! |r r \ \ J. A LAUER & BRO Victory Receipts Furnished by Mrs. Reva Crée-T weedy, Chairman County Home Economics Committee ROLLED OATS BREAD 2 cups boiling water 1-2 teaspoonful salt 1-2 cup molasses 1 tablespoonful butter 1-2 yeast caike mixed with 1-2 cup lukewarm water 1 cup rolled Oats 4 1-2 cups Sunshine flour. Add boiling water to oats and let stand 1 hour Add molasses, salt, butter, yeast cake mixture and flour. Let rise to double its bulk, beat thoroughly, turn into buttered pans; let rise again and bake 45 minutes. f / 1 I The Payette Mills Dally Thought When anyone 1ms offended me I try to mise my soul so high that the of fense cannot reach 1L—Descartes. Lacku a Home. "De kind of charity dat begin \ home," said Uncle Eben, "mosfly i got no home."