Mrs. R. G. Wilson
"AS 'TWAS TOLD TO ME".
A very pretty wedding occurred
th'e home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Blind
last Friday, Nov. 15,
daughter Miss Lydia was united in
marriage to Lous Gris hkcwsi.y of
Kimama Idaho. Rev. Lrn.st Meyer
or the Lute ran cf New Plyn.o-tu, o,:
ficiated, using tliu ling service. Only
the immediate families were present,
The bride wore a Leautiml
messaline dress and was
by her sister Aliss Sophia
and cousin of the -groom, MBs Em
Grlscnkowsky. The groom was at
tended by Messrfc Gustave Hartman
and Sam Duborko of New i'lymouth.
A w'edding dinner was served at
o'clock. The young couple expect to'
take a trip to t e eastern part
the state to visait r.lativcs.
will make their home
bride's parents, 'the community ex
tends best wishes to
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Krost enter
Su-day, -Ur. and
Win. Hollenbeck and dauguLr
tained at dinner
Alias Mary, and sou Robert.
Jsrauk Braühan wiites that
hevng mustered yut at
Camp Lew-jg, and he expe.ts to re*
turn homo soon.
Kuuta.au ■ fumiiy ot
toe 11. A. ivauiman
The C «a ronce
New Pi;- mouth,
and J. ti. Boweis laaiiiies motored
lo the D. J. Wampler home near
Wiuua sunuay wiili a uig bu.-k.t urn
wier and spent t.e nay wi.h them
aypenuicit s at
in their new home.
an operation for
Huntington, Indiana, near
Manchester, wh-re he is in
work. He writes he is doing ni ely.
J. W. Wilson ot Ri-cnh.L, Aio., is
here visiting his wife and dauguier
who arrived last fail in the hopes
of the climate henefittiug the Jaugh
WLscfl is visiting
ter's health. Air.
his brother. J. E. Wilscn, and other,
Waite Nelson of Caldwell visited
hia grandlather, F. AL G' org--. Sat
Mary Pritzl cau,e heme from On
tario Hospital Saturday. Shu hopes
r'elativ's as well.
urday and Sunday.
to be well Enough to return to
in the hospital next week. z!
R. S. Kutch had his house raised
Alonday and is having a cement foun
dation put undern ath.
Mrs. Louise Grls hkowsky cf
mama, Idaho, who came to attend
her son's wedding last week r main-cf
ed a couple of Weeks to vuit
Aliss Bertha Blind came home from
eastern Idaho because of her moth
er's illness. Airs. Blind is much im
The W. A. Aloroland family moved
to Payette last week.
U. R. Johnsen went to
Monday on a business trip.
Mrs. O. B. Cain is on the
S. M. Cuptcn who
Mr. and Airs.
lately arrived from California, have
moved to the Gee. Frank house next
the brug Store.
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Smith ar ' nice,
Iy settled in th'e G. Fcuts bungalow.
A letter from Harold Vestal says
after being in the hospital over a
Week with the "Flu" he is now able
to be about again.
Air. John Bivens of Ontario spent
Saturday With his daughter,
It is requested that those
lng fruit for the Children's
Ln Boise, bring it Monday to the H.
YES - S CAN J
AND STILL LEAVE
A NICE BALANCE
mrot/A . „
' Mm m'&oJir.
The Best Friend you will ever have
is your bank book
In case of trouble or sickness he is a good fellow to
Why not start'that account today and be prepared
to laugh at adversity? __
Mak£ Ôo/e Bank Yöur Bank
S-. BANK •JW'''
t.a k to
; R. Pluck home where it wi 1
packed. ( I
The Red Cross moved
Epworth Hall, Monday.
Mr. J. T. Roberts returned from
Burke, Idaho, the first of last
Mrs. Louise Ward and three sons,
her father, Mr. D. T. Davis and
brother Frederick anived last week.
-Mrs. Ward purchas d the C. K Hunt
ton place some time ago.
of Miss Tuney's il ness th y
moved into the Robinson
t or the present.
Lester Hooker Is now s'ati'.red at
-Mare Island, California in the M a -
Miss Ruby Kauffman spent the
week with her broth r Clar
agence Kauffman near New Plymouth.
Adelbert Baker ar.d David Adams
are proving themselves go'd hunt
ers - Sunday they went up the river
toward Nyssa and returned with 9
Mrs. H. F. England and daughter
-Miss Alice enterta n d at an oyster
supper Friday evening. Th= guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
sen and daughter, Lelaxd ami Miss
Marjorie, Air. C. C. Co n, Mrs. F. E. 11
Haasch, Alles Alvina Fuch rt,
.Messrs. Floyd Spaintower ar.d Harry
Aliases Lucile Hill and Ltnnie Cre
ger returned home from Hood Riv
er, Oregon, Sunday.
Air. Wm. Homan and Airs Frank
Rands, with their cars had sort of a in
general mix-up Saturday when they
smashed into a Ford and about de
Airs. E. N. Clarke who has been L
spending the summer with her daugh *'
ter, Airs. H. T. Lewis, returned to °
Boise Tuesday where she will .-peu d
th e winter with her daughter, Airs.
.Miss Bredehoft, Teacher of English
and History in the Payette
School, spent last week at the
B. Solterbeck home.
an( j ed
daughter motored to Boise Monday.
Airs. L. H. Eby was appoint'd
Kpme Service committee upon the
resignation of Airs. C. I. Tuseing.
Airs. Madsen is chairman of the!
Purchasing Committee, and Mrs.
Sherman of the Selling Committee
Airs. Geo. Frank
Red Cress branch.!
Mrs. C. I. Tussing received
las Week that her cous n, Aliss Enid
McKern of ML Vernon, Ore., had
died of influenza which developed
'n a pneumonia. Aliss AIcKera, with
her sister, spent lsst fall and part
tile winter at the Tussing home
rela—feiping in the fruit, and whila here
friends. She was tak
ing nurse training work in the Baker
hospital when taken sick.
I he Barney Linkous family visit
ed the Robt. Linkous home Sunday.
B- sure to bring in the fruit
the Children's Home, AlonJay. Bring
it t.' the Flack home where it will
Air. Ray AIcKaig cf Boise accom
ponied by his wife, were
visitors Monday. Mr. AIcKaig
with members of the Payette County
Non-Partisan League in the interest
cf establishing a new- daily paperl
which will probably be called th*
I'amier's Daily Among those
rud J. Nodi of Payette. The meeting
was held in the Association Pack
M. R. Powell wrote of his experi
were R. H. Woods, J. D. Baker
once in getting data from a colored
triop just arrived in France,
big colored soldier when ask«d from
When further ques
what state he came, saiu
tinned finally gave the County, then
the state. The next question asked
was "Are you a Protestant or Ca
tholic." "Boss I'm a Baptist'
q-Rkly answered. 1
Henry Troxal arrived home
1 leasant Valley last week where he
visited his daughter. Airs. Alma
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Thurston
Beckwith, Saturday November 16th,
The Red Cross Christmas
age inspectors have been busy the
pa81 week, inspecting Xmas
a 8 6s - They have been using
batk room ° f ^ Boat Otic, build
in « instead of the Red Cross room
The time has been extended from the
20th t° the 30th because of the late
arrival of some of the labels. It is
expected that some provision *will be
riuibe tor sending packages
boya b >' the rnotnere who have
^ived their labels,
0Uo Newt ol Burns, Ore., is visit
* tbfc L - K Wi.fong home. Mr.
îfftwt 18 iooking for a location,
riday, Nov. 29 at the Axel
Th» Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet!
A Thanksgiving service will
held at 2 oclock.
All who met Clinton Jones
vl8 R®4 hl» sister,
Burtch will be sorry to hear that h»
was injured in battle in France. The
nurse who wrote to his mother, said
was nat s " rious an d he would soon
- Mr - 001 of New Plymouth, and
-M. Hurst accompanied, the ship-j
ments. Mr. Grover will ship another!
B. W. Grover »hipped four cars of
hogs last week to the Seattle
thiß we€k - T he hogs were bought
tbe surrounding country and ship
from a.rby towns.
Prof, and Airs. Chas. S. Miller
sons were Sunday guests at the
M - L > on hom C in Payette,
chas - Boor returned to Ironside,
regon Tuesday. Wm. Melcher and
Frank accompanied him.
ah' 1 family,'returned this week(
their home in Ekbart, Imiiana. I
any mother who has not receiv— 1
Mrs. Hot ger and little
been visiting her uncle, Wm. H<
The Red Cross is arranging so
her Christmas label from her |
in France, may sign an affidavit
before the Chairman of the Christ
iusP^cMon committee, Mr». Han
Eugene. Oregon, party for *5,000.00.
Harry Beckwith was called to
and receive a label.
The Tom McComsey 10-acre place
of Fruitland was Bold to aj
word"""aterloo, Iowa, Saturday by
3er >ous illness of his little two-yteax
o1<1 daughter who with her
are vis Ring relative».
Mrs. J. E. Ale'ker received word
who has B* 011 in a hospital in Salt
Lake suffering from a fractured skull
this week from her brother
is much improved. And a letter from
her brother Marion I itzgerald who
joined the Navy over 8 years ago, in
w'hich he says their camp
Francisco is the only military camp
in the United States that hasn't had;
on e case of thfe Flu. He like» the
j- Jacob Raueret bought the 12 acre
ranch belonging to R. C. Fielder, east,
01 Fruitland. Consideration *3.000.
Such a Relief.
She put down the book with a sigh.
"What Is it, darling?" he asked.
"Ah. dearest, I'm so happy," she re
"But you had such a sad look Is
I've been rending about
the unhappiness that the wives of men
>f genius have always had to bear.
Oh, Alfred, dear, Tm so glad you're
lust an ordinary #ort of s fellow."—
your eyes just now."
Artificial Eyes ot Cartilage.
A surgeon of the British army is
experimenting with balls ot cartilage
for artificial eyes.
tllage Is transplanted to the eye sock-1
et It establishes connections with blood
vessels and surrounding tissues, and
before long moves naturally In co-or
dination with Its fellow. To what ex
tent the cartilage can be colored so as!
to simulate a real eye Is yet to be
proved, but It can at least be faced
with a shell of celluloid that will ap
When live car
Could Not Save Comrade.
A fruitless but daring attempt to
rescue a man under the most unfavor
able conditions was recently made by
AVilliam R. Ransford. a seaman of the
national naval volunteers, and Allen
J. Jackson, a wardroom cook,
man lost was a seaman named W. A.
Wells. He slipped and fell overboard
from the forward turret of the U. S. 8.
Iowa. It was cold weather and the
water was full of floating lee. Never
theless Ransford' and Jackson went
overboard after the man. but were too
late to save him from drowning.
The rattle of the rattlesnake Is d*
veloped from the single scale or epi
dermal spine, which ln most snakes
forms the Internal tegument of the
tall. The bone on which the root of
the raftle rests consists of the last
caudal vertebra and Is covered with a
skin which is the beginning of the rat
I Ue in young rattlesnakes.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Joplin have
mo ved from the ilenshaw farm
a place over in Oregon which Mr.
Joplin recently purchased.
Osee and Ruth Jackson are
covering from a light attack of
grip. - : ,
Mr. and Airs. Carl Bedfc.au 1 are
thte proud parents of a baby girl.
Date of arrival Nov. 16th.
M. A. Burt and family have been
quarantined for thfe influenza,
recovering and will he able
^ 011 ^ next week.
Walter Waldron of Ben ion maty,
Wash, is visiting his friend Oscar
Lattig went to Cakl
well Sunday to visit her sister Mrs.
Airs. E. F.
E. G. Trail.
Mr. and Airs. R. G. 'Thorn ton spent
Sunday with their daughter on WU-,
Airs. Aliéné Hull of Po:atelio is
visiting her mother. Airs. J. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Vogt have
moved from the Baker place to thfe
place north of H. Cornelson s.
Alilton Bowers has moved to the
house recently vacated by H. Mar
The L. S. V. did not meet this
week at the home of Mrs. C. P.
Lattig, as previously announced hut
has been postponed indefinit. ly.
Emma Carsten spent last week
with friends on Iowa Avenue.
Lucile Cornelson, age Bpven years.
knitted a sweater for the Red
Cross. When it was completed she
put her nanfe and address on the
(sweater which was issued to a sol
dier in training and he aeknowledg
ed it by writing a letter of apprécia
tion to the little lady.
If no more cases of influfnzs de
velop school will begin in Dist. No.
on Monday, Nov. 25th.
For Sanitr.ry Bakers.
A waxed paper baking board, a sheet
* which can he discarded when soiled
and immediately replaced with anoth
er under it. and also a waxed paper
rolling pin. with a cardboard core, so
that the covering may be thrown away
the interest of sanitary baking
have been invented by a Connecticut
Favors Early Motherhood.
Doctor Bell writes in the Journal ot
statistical proof that young women nn- j
questionably make better mothers than
those who have postponed the respon
slbility of maternity until afrer thirty
ye..-s of age. He favors early mar
riages and youthful motherhood on the
ground that, contrary to popular opln- j
Ion, the offspring of young mothers
have n finer vitality and are the peers
If not the superiors intellectually of
rhild-en horn of older parents.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Fr'nces C. Huntington, De
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigntd administrator of the
täte of Frances C. Huntington
-ceased, to the creditors of and all
! persons having claims against the
! said deceased, to exhibit th r m with
the necessary vouchers, within ten
months aft'r the first publication of
this notice, to the said administra
tor at the office of F. H. Lyon, in
Payette, County of Payette, State of
Idaho, this being the place
:for the transaction of the business
of said estate.
Dated November 18th, 1918.
C. K. Huntington,
I Administrator of the es
tate of Frances C. Hunt
Nov. 21, Dec. 12.
J H NORRIS
Attorney and Counsellor
Over First Nat'l Bank
All Kinds of Light
and Heavy Hauling
House Phone 88-j
Consult the Directory
ALLPTG for telephone numbers from memory is not safe from a con
of the equipment employed.
One's memory is
apt to prompt you, for instance, to say, 9-7-8 when the number really L
A wrong number wastes the time of the person called, of the operator and
of the person called in error, and involves use of needed equipment.
In the end it is
Directory at the first, if only to confirm the dictates of
in the number doubles the time of the operator and of the
apt to play tricks with telephone numbers.
It is so
necessary to consult the Directory. Why not consult the
The point is that anything that unnecessarily takes the time 0 f the operators
and of equipment may be needlessly delaying calls occasioned by fire, law
lessness, accident, death, serious illness, calls necessitated by the public in
terest and welfare, calls on Government business or war work or commer
cial calls of vital importance.
Please do your full share in the task of furnishing telephone service to this
community by patriotic consideration of the time of our operating forces.
CONSULT THE DIRECTORY before calling, to insure giving the correct
SPEAK DISTINCTLY, LISTEN ATTENTIVELY and
MAKE YOUR CONVERSATION BRIEF.
That will help the service. It will help those who are earnestly striving to
serve you welL
The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co.
CANYON COMMERCIAL CO.
A full line of
Grape Fruit, Oranges
All Kinds of Vegetables
Fancy and Staple
lon£ ' ami apples at my st.re
French, Idaho. Can use several thou
WANTED: Potatoes, cabbage, on
sand pounds.— J. O. Tunnc-11.
THE PAYETTE VALLEY REAL ES
TATE AGENCY S BARC-AiNS:
A fine brick hotel of 50
well furnished, in one of th ■
Cities in South Dakota,
land in Idaho or Oregon.
320 acre stock ranch in
Valley, free rangt^ and
permit; Your fuel for life time,
so fine lot saw timber, is weil im
proved, common buildings. To trade
for land in this disir ct.
Two resident properties in
ette to trade for 2u to 40 acre tracts.
Good Missouri SO acres well im
good district for farm
the b st
property. Can give you
end of this deal as owner is com:-all
ed to make a charge owing to ppoor
S00 acres stock, dairy ar.d gram
Colorado, we.l improved,
large barn, granary, s.lo, good
(roads, and desirable, for good stock
ranch for valley land, this i>arty
compelled to make a change to low
altitude. These are --naps
parties who wish to make a change
th se districts. Can
make you some money.
Bring your property you desire to
sell cr exchange to the Old —
liable Payette A a ley Real Ost ite
Agency —Oldest in this District;
The Only One Advertising and Put
ting out Reliable Literature. '
Also want few car loads of apples
would buy standard varieties. o
chard run. with worms out, If can
get enough for car loads.
A. E. Wood, Manager.
The Man in the JS
Says L ~ f
—it does beat all bow men
are taking to Real Grave
ly, now that they know it
costs nothing extra to chew
this class of tobacco. All
you have to do is to get a
man to take his first plug
of Gravely. Let him get
the pure, satisfying Grave
ly taste, and learn for him
self how much longer the
small Gravely chew stays
with him than a big chew
of ordinary plug.
It re es furdur—that's why yon
cam let the gmad taste *f this clou
of tohaccs without extra cast.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
10$ a pouch-am/ worth it
P C GRAVELY TOGACCO CO.. DANVILLE. VA
Tombstone for Pavement.
An ancestor of the duke of Norfolk
H- bo was banished by King Richard
IT., and died and was buried In Italy,
Thomas Mowbry, got from Shake
speare one of the finest epitaphs in
literature and thus became a person
age of great interest to his descend
ants," observes n writer In London
Two and a half centuries
a j er t jj p exile's bones were claimed
nis family from the authorities of
Venice, and brought to England, but
the tombstone was left behind, and
only u few years ago was discovered
loiug duty as a paving Stone !
FOR SALE: 4 or 5 ton of coal.—
Mrs. Albert llarland, phone 212-w.
FOR SALE: Potatoes, Burbanks
and Netted Gems, tall Pressley
Jimerson. Nov. 7-t4.
FOR SALE: One 2-year-old Dur
hjun Bull, 3 v taxied calves, 1 dry
A. J. Harker, Sand Hollo»
coming fresh in Deceitbor.—•
A CAR LOAD OF HEATERS
A full car of Howard Heaters will
arrive this week. Don't buy
you see. them. The prke Is right and
they are fully guaranteed. They v will
save money on your fu~l bill.
sizes and prices.
Don't Worry Btore.
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