Mrs. R. G. Wilson
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Miss Ha Edsn went to Astoria,
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Oregon, last week where she will
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keep heus" for an aunt and uncL.
Prof. and Airs. Chas. Mil er and
•AS 'TWAb TOLU TO ME".
sons spent Thanksgiving
Payette the guests cf Mr. and
L. M. Lyon.
The Red Cross has received a n.w
allotment of yarn. Twentj-live sweat
ers and 35 pair of so:ks were s^nt
in to the Payette Red Cr-ss
the Fruitland Chapter last Week.
The Fruitland Red Ofoss
number of nice con: to. t k t? which
will mak$ very appropri te
gifts, price 75c. Th y also
nice comforter they wish to ee l
Alber» B race we 1 wr.tcs
in the hospital recoveries from a
slight wound over the eye mcaivtd
at the front, and of b i g busy sew
ing the stripes on his n.w suit of
left cuff, a wound stripe cn
arm and cheverors in right aim.
C. H. Sargent and three daughters
were Boise visitors Thur. day. Grand
ma Sargent returned with them.
Wm. Alelcher and Geo. Bo:r went
to Ironside Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lo kner c-ntei
talned Thanksgning Day, the J. H.
Boor family of Whitley Eott. m, the
Geo. Boer family and Mrs.
Boor and Mrs. Laurel We 1 .
The W. C. T. U. sent 3 barrels of
Mrs. Margaret Heap and daughter
retumed from Pccatel.'o Friday.
John Grischkowsky was
fruit to the Chi dr-n's H me
Boise last week.
Mrs. L. H. Eby and sen P; u 1 visit
ed in Emmett from Friday to .Mon
| W r m. Homan writes he has been
wounded and was in ihe hcspittl
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eng and re
c"ived a letter from their s;n
France telling of a bul t pa sing
through the abdomen, en'ering the
right side and not touching a bons
in its passage thru the body,
was able to be about cn crutches.
Mrs. John Channtr
Flat visited her mother
Edson and family front Wednesday
Word caille from Wash'n.ton this
past week telling of the death
Chester Waite in France. Hi
was due to spinal menengi s. The
parents Air. and Mrs. J.
and daughter, sp nt the pa:t sum
Air. and Mrs. Pfost and two
daughters of Ca'dwe 1 visa ed their
niece, Airs. F. E. Haasch and fam
Bom to Air. and Mrs. John Dris
coll, Tuesday, Ncv. 26, a dauthter,
who has been given the name Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. D. Fa dm en
tertained at 7 o'emek dinner Sat
urday evening. The guetts
Mr. and Airs. E. B. Nokes, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Yourg and 1 ttl; riaugh
ter who returned last week
Hood River. Ore., Mr. and Mrs C.
W. Young, and-Mr. and Airs. D. D.
Falkner, and Mr. John DeuFo?r. A
very enjoyable ev.ning was spent.
The L. G. Hooey family, an! Air.
A. Holbro k were enter
tained at the Grant FTsher
Thanksgiving Day. ^
Mr. and Airs. Ne'sbn cf
have moved to their new tome
cently purchased from Harry Bette
D. Q. Raney of G'enns Ferry visit
ed his daughter, Mrs. Doss Kesler
TIME pnd MONEY
Are the Two Most Prescious Things of
Every Human Being
To save your time and save your mo
a savings aeeount it will grow ami yield on income
and family over Sunday.
' Mr«. Chas. Pathtal and
left last Thursday for their
, in Portland, Oregon.
Hubert Kutch writes he has been
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Promoted to Sergeant Alajo.-.
G. I. Hollenbeck has been made
1st Lieutenant in the Ordnan e De
Mrs. C. Lackey and little daugh
ter are visiting her parents
and Mrs. A. H. McConnell.
Nelson Stegal of Seattle is visit
mg his mother, Mrs. Wm.
enroute to Nebraska,
Ê. Munson and B. J. Bradley of
thi Bois: -Payette Lumber Company
were in Fruttland Thursday and Fri
taking inven*ory. They gtated;
business at th 2 Fruitland yard ^ or
the past year was very sat'»factory.
Rev. and -Mrs. E. E. Co*, C lport-jE.
er in the Baptist church, w-ere in
Fruitland Sunday. Rev. Cox ; reach-.
cd in the Baptist church Sunday
Mrs. E. E. Silkett returned fromlters
.Silkett is improv.ng nie ly tow.
Air. and Airs. C. E. Barnes visit-i
ed the Chas. Babcock hem: at
Mr. and Airs. Jo 1 Bayer pnd fam
ily entertained at ThanksHvinr din
ner. Air. and Mrs. A. I. MeClanahan
cf Payette, and Miss Beulah
liamson of Boise.
Aiiss Lulu Bay; r returned to
Boise with Aiiss Wil iarrson where
take up her work
nurse since there will be no
for over sea service now.
Mr. C. B. Rogers who vis't'd h ! s
mother, Airs. Ruth Rogers, and brith
er Fred, and his sistc-r,
ham Park and fam'ly, returned
his home at Davenport. Ia., Thurs
Air. and Airs. J. A. Cor! in
Spearflsh. So. Dakota, who purchag
ed the Gilmore home, arrived last
week. Air. Corbin reports the weath-!
er as 17 degrees below when they
1 ft Dakota.
Mr. and Airs. W, A. Colwell visit
where Air. Cclwel bas carpenter work
Lambert Young is .ill wih
Flu. Air. and Mrs. Al. M. Hurst have
ed friends from Friday to
when they returned to
both been ill the past week with it,
as have the J. Thode family.
School began Alonday with 25 new
M. B. Carnifix of Long Valley is
visiting his brother J. F. Carnifix
and sister, Airs. Eli Heiland
Miss Mabel Enherg return d to
St. Alphonsus hospital the first of
Misses Fern Linck and Jane Sham
Missps Marion and Mabel Robinson
of Caldwell were Fruitland vis tors,
berger returned to Star Sun lay to
open their school Monday.
The Henry Wil l ms family mov
ed to their new home on Fruitland
Avenue the first cf the week,
Baker who own f.na hay land in
Aiessrs. Tom Harris and A. R.
Whitley Bottom, are busy
hay for the coming year. They feel
they can depend on the pii e of
wheat better than they can on
Mrs. Geo. Hooker 1 ft Monday eve
ning for her sister's home in Pasa
dena, Calif. Her sister, Mrs. Lucy
Boyles' son Mio was in he Navy,
just di®d in Philsdt!l hia with the
up all but enough to raise their own
now having the water piped into
the house, barn and to the sheep cor
C. H. Sargent has ju:t
a 156 foot well on his ranch and is
ral. The watel* will be pumped with
au electric motor.
Chas. Hardin returned 'home from
Long Valley last Wednesday. I -j
Alias Irma Royston returned to
Linck's Business Col.ege Friday.
E. E. Silkett is Laving a deepp
well drilled on his p ace in town.
Airs. Otto Swanson return d from.
isampa. Mrs. Swans.n's ozn, Frank
.McGee, died In the eastern part of
the state Just lately with pneumonia,
and h^r daughter, Mrs. Jack Corry,
of Nampa, who was well known here,
died with the F.u. The community
sympathize with Air?. Swanson in
The Cbas. Judy family were Em
mstt visitors from Thursday to
The A x Bishop family spent
Thanksgiving at the Joe Hendy home
Miss Kallona Hardin was a guest
of Mjgß Katherine Smith in
Mr. and Mrs. VV. J. Russell enter
jtain€d at Thanksgiving dinner,
H. R. family of Caldwell, Mrs. E.
Hunter and Miss Olive Hunter,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Davis.
M rs l. Z. Taylor entertained at
eve-|dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs.
and the J. Chr ar ns-n family
M. Lewis, Airs. Peterson and daugh
Alr. and Mrs. E. W. Madsen had as
Lewis and children, and Mr.
Thanksgiving guests, Mrs. H. T.
No-lMrs. B. F. Huff and daughter
Aire. M. B. Sherman returned from
Caldwell Wednesday where she had
been caring for her mother,
Mary"tte Street who is seriously 111.
B. W. Grover went to Seattle Fri
day with a car of stock.
Airs. Cozy Branthoover is helping
to car; for her grandmother at the
I. E. Street home at Caldwell.
A letter received by Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Kinnison from Mr. and
Allen .Kinnison stat d they were In
Goldfield, Nev. last Thursday morn
ing. They had traveled thru from 3
to 10 inches of snow and it had been
6 below. They experted to be in
Mojave, Calif, by evening wi'h a dif
Air. and Mrs. John Andersen __
tertained at a Thanksgiving dinner,
the HJnberg and C. A. Johnson fami
lies of New Plymouth, and Mr. and
A[rs. Albert Carlson.
The E. A. Llnck family spent
Thursday at the home cf their daugh
ter, Mrs. Williard Hal at Ontario.
Harry Linck of Barber was with
Friday evening of this week the
Baptists will hold a Laymens
rally in their church in the interest
of the Laymens convention to be
held in Boise the 10 and 11 of the
month. This convention is held in
connection with the drive being
made in the Baptist church for
Christian servie'e enistment.
The C. E. will hold a business
meeting at the E. A. Linck home
Saturday tevening. Election of offi
cers will be held.
The Oliver Bingaman and Frank
Eldredge families were entertained
Sunday at the home of Mr. ard Airs.
Lyle Brown. In the evening a num
ber of young people cam« in and
had a "Sing."
Savages Fond of the Banjo.
The banjo, in its primitive form, is
found in use today by savage tribes
in equatorial Africa. It is a calabash,
or half n one. with strings of some
sort across it. and is perhaps the most
important instrument of music at can
nibal feasts and on other joyous soda!
Almost ueyond imagination.
Astronomers reckon that there are
it least 1,000,000,000,000 suns in the
miverse ; and some of them are so far
listant that light starting from them
ong before the earliest dawn of hu
:ian history has not yet had time te
Clears the Head.
Jinny colds in the head arc relic veil,
particularly that heavy, dull feeling,
when breathing through the nose Is Im
possible, by employing as a throat and
nasal douche half a teaspoonful of bak
ing soda to a glass of warm water.
Fill the passages with as much of the
liquid as possible; (his will clear the
passages of obstruction and in a little
while breathing through the nose is
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Frances C. Huntingdon, De
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigntd administrator of the es
tate of Frances C. Huntington de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit th c in with
the necessary vouchers, within ten
months afttr 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 fixed
for the transaction of the business
of said estate.
Dated November 18th, 1918.
C. K. Huntington,
Administrator of the es
täte of Frances C. Hunt
Nov. 21, Doc. 12.
to The " emb€rB of ;, lle * ara * B , ur ' au
™ £ h ^ Vl e o^ct
, " OUae 1 e o;,Ject
f ot meetln « to new
me , ml>er8 The meetln * 18 at 8 ocx>ck
and part of the program will be
pictures of "Trenches and Trench
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The new houae on the Lampkin L&
land is nearing comp.eticn and wi.l
soon be ready to be o-cupied.
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Cbas. McGrevey is mov ng a house
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from his father's plate tp his own
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farm west of the railroad
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The pupils and teacher m Dist.
No. 1 gave $4 to the Children's Horn«
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Funding Assn, in Boise as their
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a , , _ . U,. cv.a.
A crowd of Payette High School
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students enjoyed a party at the
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Chapter House last Friday night.
Mrs. Frank Miller of Payette was
a we--k-tnd guest cf Mrs. E. F.
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\\ alter M attest) n returned to Boise
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Sunday to take up his duties at
.Link's Business Cell ge.
Air. and Mrs. Nute Draper have
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gone to Tamarac, Idaho, to visit
Mrs. C. P. Lattig entertain d the
Ladies Social Club 1. st Tueiday. i
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Mrs. R. L. Jimerson visited her
mother m Payette last Sunlay.
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Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Lowery are
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the proud parents of a baby boy, |
dale cf arrival Saturday, Nov. 30.1
Mrs. Lowery is with her mo her, Mrs
Air. Craven is net much improved
and is still under the
ca ff' ,
Mrs. Sarah Mams has be;n vis«
mg her daughter near Crytrtsl.
D. R. Durham and fam ly were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Mr. and Airs. H. Waugh from the
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Oregon side spent Sunday wi h old
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friends near Crysta 1 .
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Allies Cannon as suffering with
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what first appeared to te rheuma
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tism but later proved to be inflama
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tion of the shou-der caused by a
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Jennie Dawson and Airs. Sam
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Adams of Weiser spent last week
with Mrs. Craven.
Jno. Stoneman who was home on a
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furlough had to report at a camp
near Seattle Alonday morning.
Aire. T. J. Jaikson, Mrs Denver i
Nichols and Air. and Airs. M. Qualls i
spent Thanksgiving at the Osco Quail i
The following is a part of a 1-tter
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written by a Payette County bov;
who has been in France since July.
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The letter was da ed Nov. 12'h the I
day after the signing of the Armis
"Well, its all over and we are a
happy bunch. I have been in the
hospital 20 days but 1 have a lot tc j
be thankful for yet. The French had
a big day yesterday and I'll bet you!
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were havmg a big time in the States
celebrating. Now the next thing is
to sign the Peace terms and th n for
the States and a discharge, that is
what we are all locking forward to.
We won't have any turkey to eat
this Thanksgiving but we have
lot to be thankful for.
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that I. J.
T. Jefferis, Chief of Police and Ex
Officio Pound' Alastcr of th; City of
Payette, Idaho, have th:6 day seiz
ed and impounded' the following
described animals found running at
large within the corporate limits of
the City of Payette, Idaho, in vio
lation of Ordinance No. 27 of the
said' City of Payette, which saia
ordinance was passed and! approved
on the 9th day of September, A. D„
One Sorrel Gelding about seven
years old, weight about'1100 pounds,
crippled in left front foot with de-;
formed hoof. No brands.
One dark bay colt about two years
old, star in forehead, white strip
on nose, white right hind foot, blood;
wart or sore on right fore leg be
low knee. No brands.
Notice is hereby given that on
the 14th day of December A. D., 1918
at Banks Livery Bam in the City j
of Payette, Idaho, at the hour of
2:00 p. m. on said' day, the said ani-j
mais will be sold at public auction to!
the highest blotter for cash, lawful
money of the United States of Amer
ica, unless the same shall be, before
the said dite claimed by the own
er or owners thereof and all charges
and expenses indolent to said sei
zure, impounding and keeping of
said animals shall be paid by the
owner or owners thereof.
Dated this 3rd day of Decembe
A. D. 1918.
J. T. JEFFERIS.
Chief of Police and Ex Offl lo
Pound Master of the said
City of Payette. Idaho.
Browning Holds Record.
The first Browning gun was made by
John M. Browning when he was thir
teen years old. It was not a machine
gun, ns may be surmised. Air. r.rown
ing Invented more successful firearms
than any ten other men in history.—
Airs. Jim Holb.-ok is recovering
frWn a sevepe c&kl - a,mcat had
Clyde Bena height a nice bunch
catüe at the McWil.iam* sale in Pay
ette Nav 2 5th. He brought them
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Joe MicG^e was at the Fee raach
bZ Ï ^ able to
be out after having be.n sick for
Glenn Eldrtdge and Elmer Griep
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of Fruitland au toed up the Hollow
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The Thanksgiving party given at
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the home of G. S. Fee was reported
success. All had a yolly une.
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J. A. Harker was the lucky
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ct the Hollow to kill a coyote
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ne! ^ e 1 ^ al ' , , r .
I School was opened last Mon lay.
Ivan Smith ate Thanksgiving din
ner in the Hollow.
Harry Stottler is able to be out
again ' . ,,
Miss Lav»da Darden visit-d s-'
eral da}e * a£t week with Alias Inez
R °? t ° f C ° Ve ' . ..
' A ' Bena marke ^ d c
beef in Payette Saturday.
Miss Edith Bloomstrom and
Kiser of Crane creek were gu sts
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of Miss Vera Fee Thms.'ay even n?.
The Plasterers have completed
their part of the work; n.xt the
plumbers, carpenters and pa.nters
wi]1 complete ^ work aad :he
new resideace will be dolle .
Wal K shfltp over fram
^ , fhailk£ci . illgi r£ .
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turning Sunday mornmg. Hi has no
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idea when he wnl be home for good.
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Aiiss Hazel Hardman s. en: de
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week-end a guest at the Sh:mP ranch
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Airs. A. E. Hartley and to;.s re
turned to their home on th; Emmett
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Jasper Roe was a Paye.te bust
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n e ss visitor the t le of t e week.
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Jack and Will Syme made
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proof on their himestiads at Paj
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Mr. and Airs. C. A. Currin rnd chil
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dren and Miss Lencra Thom
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" at , the ShlEI> h ° m€ USt ,
en ™ S ' |
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az 67c. and fowls of all suds sky-,
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high it seems as if the ranoher
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ought to get busy and make the
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hen* lay. and mi k the o d bossie
cow harder than ever.
How fortunate cur lit le A alley
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ought to feel:
;not one fatal one. Payette County
is sure to be congratulated.
so few Flu cases and
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principally on their feeding habits,
tMt he!; , is ;hroo?h th e ir
activitv , n oatin;; hamfnl insects,
,, f „ s al , ; i arva .. without this
constant aid, we would be powerless I
to protect onr trees and crops from 1
the ravage ; of
borers and such crcatn
Could Not Live Without Birds.
The value of birds to man is based j
Bv spt-ci a I arraii i'enit n
we ciin offer vou a
One Year Subscription
The rayeite Enterprise
cf Payette, Idaho
One Year Subscription
THE IDAHO FARMER
This Special Price for
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for a short time
Use This Order Blank
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Enterprise nud The Idaho
Farmer for One Year each.
P. 0. & E. AUTO STAGE UNE
STANTON BROS., PAYETTE, IDA,
LEAVE Miles DAILY and SUNDAY
K ? ette 8:30 a ' In ' Emmett
Ontario 6 9:00 " Falk
Fruitland 5 9:20 "
r>1 ., - 0 n orv .
New Plymouth 13 9:30 '
p .» .>n 10-00 "
rdlK LKJ iu.uu
Arr. Emmett 33 11:20 "
Phone 216 or 68-W
1:30 p. m.
New Plymouth 20
Arr, Pavette 33
Driver—J. W. LEE
WE CALL FOR PASSENGERS IN TOWNS
LUMBER & MILL WORK
Honey Cases, Bee Hives
If you are going to build get our prices
PAYETTE BOX MILLS
MARK PRINDLE Prop
The Fellow who fp^>
ed with Jim
tfik other night ^ j
ran up against the shock of his life.
small chew of Gravely lasts
so much longer that it
costs nothing^xtra to chew
this ejass of tobacco.
Jim knows tobacco. And
before he got through, Jim
made the fellow admit
that Real Gravely tastes
better and gives a satis
faction you can't get out
of ordinary tobacco. A
It gofs farther — that': rrhy you
can get the go^J taste of this dass
of tobaccc trttheut extra cost.
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
Ask the Barber
All Kinds of Light STAR BARBER SHOP
and Heavy Hauling
ABOUT R. D. X.
Cure or your Money Back
Guaranteed by tbe
Koken Barber Supply Co.
J. L SMITH, Prop
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HOGS FOR SALE
I have twelve young hogs fer sale.
Weight about 80 pounds.— Al. B. Sher
man, 4 miles south of Payette,
House Phone 88-j
Quick Service !
FOR SALE: 30 touc good alfa fa
Hay, 2 miles south of F rui l.n... —
Phone 151-r, Fayette.
i.EFT FOR SALE: A JTi' OO po ish
ed top. 6 hole, steel range, almost
good as new, 335.00. Also a good
sewing machine. 36 00. at the Com
E. W. DUNN
can ^ive You tbe
1 7 years experience
in General Farm
War relief Sales
What is the safest, most con
venient, most serviceable form
cfl^h.lng? The answer to that
:n for evtrv home, store,
office or factory is
It Î 3 no troublo to install them. They
cry electric light socket. Simply un- !
o carbon lamps and i
czxcvt the old
in their places put EDISON MAZDA
Lamps. Wi.h the same amount of elec- j
t!city you will get three times the light .
you before. Isn't that a saving
> Let us help you solve your light
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