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' FOR KRAUT JAMS and JELLIES The Cash Grocery Store LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS McMahon has been a I . F. Borden and daughter . is ni man McMahon, and son t reden a. am Misses Fern Noble and raina tar "U for ballast, motored to Kim. ana Sun t-a y Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bowler entertain ed the T. I. McMahon family of Rich field, at dinner Sunday. Tress Miss Richfield visitor since the closing of the schools. The Morse store coats are high in ('lass -y and low in price at $12.00 and up to! «45 qq ♦ ♦ Mrs. Annie Zeigier was in from <iie ranch Wednesday. The Library was closed Wednesday by order of the State Board Health a safeguard against the spread of as influenza. Morse store ready-to-wear goods are of the best in style und material as well as price. Mrs. E. G. Gooding notified the mem bers of the executive committee of the Red Cross that the regular meeting would be held on the lawn at her home Monday evening, but arose and objected, so the meeting was postponed. the west wind Misa Katherine Logan haa gone to spend the vacation at her home In Boise. Miss Beatrice Worst, who has been attending school in Shoshone, went to her home in Bellevue Monday. Wlllard Fields, Jr., who has been iU. is out again. Mrs. Peterson, of Gannett, was a guest at the Turnbull home Sunday, while waiting to see her son, who is in the infantry and who passed through on one of the troop trains. Pete Mason, of the Naval Hospital corps, stationed at New came in Friday on a 30-day furlough. York City. Silas Fields, of Wendell, has beet visiting relatives in Shoshone the past week. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Webster Cook., cf Pocatello, formerly of Shoshone, will be interested in know ing that a daughter was born into the family last Sunday, October 20. J. W. Lundin made a business trip to erome Wednesday "Billy" says that a man with a boil can't take the Flu, he was not afraid to go where the animals may be. Mr. Lundin is ehter tainlng the fifth boil since last spring, and the court house gang is threaten ing to change his name to Job. ' H. F. Ensign, of Hailey, was regis tered at the McFalt Monday. Miss Lena Kristofferson has gone to ■pend the enforced vacation at home. Mrs. J. II. rewell returned Friday from a visit with her parents at Love land, Colorado. J. M. Price came in Saturday from Nampa, to get acquainted with his daughter, and to visit the rest of the family. Miss Mary Rasmussen, of Kimberley, has been in town this week, the guest of Miss Clara Peake. K. G. Graveley, of the Boise duce and ommission company, was in town Wednesday. Justin Doolittle left Saturday for the naval training camp at Seattle, after a short furlough spent with his mother, Mrs. Lena Doolittle, of Shoshone, and his sister, Miss Ethel, of Gannett. new Dro AT THE COURT HOUSE. licens' : were Issued on Marriage October 19 to F. B. Fanshaw, of Sho • nfleld, of North shone ami Avlene Yakima, Wash., and ' illiam F. Hoy of 1 K therine F. Nor Canton. Miss., an mlngton, of Hailey. A suit for damages has been filed by J. Anton John vs. Idaho Irrigation James. R Bothwell and W. company. - Orr Chapman, attorneys for plaintiff. Claim anil Delivery.—Leo W. Seller Max S. Hirsch, co-partners Mrs and under the firm name of H Seller (i Co., vs. R. J. Corns. Henry M. Hall attor ney forr plnlntiff. | $1,000 REWARD. Our Cuttle Are Branded Rocking H. • né have the left ear cut off. Any in j formation leading to the recovery of i stray animals, or any care taken of I suc j, an j m als. will he properly and lib j el - t i|y rewarded. And for the eonvic | tiort of any person or persons stealing | or attempting to steal any of our cat I tie, we will pay a reward of one thous and dollars ($1,000). And for the con j vietion of any one illegally driving or ; molesting our cattle we will pay a re i ward of $100 ($100). We sell no cat I tie except for shipment. ( ROCKING H LIVE STOCK CO., INC. FAIRFIELD, IDAHO. Office, First National Bank Bldg. : \ Mrs. Smith Recommends Iain's Tablets. "I hnve had more or less stomach Chamber i trouble for eight or ten years," writes Mrs. G. H. Smith, Brewerton, N. Y. "When suffering from attacks of indi gestion and heaviness after eating, one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets have always relieved me. I have also found them a pleasant laxative." These tab lets tone up the stomach, and enable It to perform Its functions naturally.! If ou are troubled with indigestion give them a trial, get well an 1 s'ay velL HAY RANCH FO't SALE. 160 acres fine land; 120 acres in hay; 6 -room house, well, etc. This farm will produce 600 tons of hay a year. Fine feeding ground for sheep, Price $135 an acre. Only $3,000 to ''s.ad'e: BAUNETT ST" .* WELK Jerome, Idaho. Phone 169. His two r.eta of trousers buttons are a barren ideality to the Hun after his suspenders have been tt.ken away from him. Croup, If your children are subject to croup get a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and when the attack comes on be careful to follow the plain print ed directions. You will be surprised at the quick relief which it affords. Mrs. Smith Recommends Chamber Peace isn't going to be a horse trade. Sour Stomach. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly abstain from meat for few days and In most cases the sour stomach will disappear. If it does not, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets im mediately after supper. Red meats are more likely to cause sour stomach and you may find it best to cut them out. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 10 a. m. on the 28th day of December, 1918, at Shoshone, County of Lincoln, State of Idaho, before J. W. Lundin, Clerk of District Court, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of one cubic foot per second of the waters Of unnamed stream in accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 13621 heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice address of the person or corporation holding said permit are William Arthur Pars lon, Filer Idaho. 2. The use to which said water has been applied is irrigation. 3. The amount applied to beneficial use is one cubic foot per second. 4. The place where said water is used (if for irrigation, give full and accurate description of the lands Irri gated): S% NWM and NW*4 SW% Sec. 11, T. 5 S., It. 16 E. 5. The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is But ler Ditch. 6 . The right to take water from such works is based upon Permit No. 1362T. 7. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is unnamed stream tributary to Big Wood River. 8 . The date of priority which said user is prepared to establish is April 1st. 1910. FRED A. WILIKE. _ State Engineer. 025-N'9 We Want Sales Representatives in Every Town in Idaho. We prefer men who have sold stock. Insurance, real estate, books, or who have had nc sales experience but would like to develop into salesmen. We train every applicant accepted and provide a system that will enable any one who works to make from $75 to Can also use women Position per In applying, state age. past $150 per week, of exceptional ability. manent. business experience, number of years you have lived in community, and ref erence. Address in confidence. KANE MFG. CO., 1626-27 L. C. Smith Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Real Estate, Live We Sell anything. Stock WILL CRY SALES ANYWHERE HARTSHORN 8 CLAYTON IDAHO JEROME, FOR STATE SENATOR. I am a candidate for Slate Senator from Lincoln county on the Democratic ticket. If elected X shall endeavor to serve every interest of Lincoln county with out prejudice or favor. I am not a candidate of any spceial interest, but am a candidate on the Democratic ticket, enunciating Demo rratic principles and, if elected, shall endeavor to put hose principles Into effect. I respectfully solicit your vo'e at the election to be held on Nov. 4th. Henry M. Hall | j i ■ lüüg^ : > FRANK C. SMITH REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. ADMITTED TO PRACTICE LAW IN BOTH STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS OF IOWA AND IDAHO. GRADUATE OF LAW DEPART MENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 'INVESTIGATE HIS REPUTATION AND STANDING IN THE COMMUN ITY IN WHICH HE LIVES. : ■»•••'ee ■ -.ft .< H.) ~ S M • • • r Walter A. Heiss Republican C n'' ; Iate f- - R- F'ection as State Senat-- fv T i- jin Cjunty. If honored by re-election, Mr. Heiss stands pledged to the support of all measures that are just, and with equality to all, the loyal support of the Govern ment in its war program for the most speedy and forceful prosecution of the j i war to a victorious conclusion. ANNOUNCEMENT. Having been nominated for the office of Assessor of Lincoln County on the Re publican ticket, I take tins opportunity to solicit your support at the polls. Respectfully, BARNETT STILLWELL. Ana * ■P ? 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A correctly fitted Gossard O * ? ■ •' THE HOME /f OF QUALITY AND RIGHT PRICES 1 ✓7 Wear- J (jossara Worn with Health Women Over Made in the United States and Canada and Comfort by the World < I' I ThtyLace In Front Smf I I THE I I BOSTON CAFE I I I I Under New Management Now Thoroughly Eqoiped Has the Best of Service I I Chas. Mori & Bro. Shoshone, Idaho i I STRAYED. Two geese strayed from Shoshone Livery Barn. Finder return and re ceive reward. Notice of Proof of Application of to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 10 a. m. on the 28th day of December, 1918, at Shoshone, County of Lincoln, State of Idaho, before J. W. Lundin, Clerk of District court, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of three cubic feet per f.econd of the wat ers of unnamed stream In accordance NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ater with the terms and conditions of per mit No. 13618 heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postofflee address of the person or corporation holding U S '"' S f ° r thC " ™ Th ' : usp to which said water has been applied is irrigation. ; The amount applied to beneficial use is 125 inches. 4. The place where said water is I Harness, Pack Outfits Farm Implements and General Hardware SHOSHONE HDW. CO. I I I LAMBS FO R SALE I of have a small bunch good lambs for sale at i bargain PERCY G05LETT, CO, used (if for irrigation, give full and accurate description of the lands Irri g\ted) . S& SW14 Sec. 10 and N>* NWÎ4 Sec 15 T. 5 S., R. 16 E. 5. The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is But ler Ditch. 6 . The right to take water from such works is based upon Permit No. 13618. 7. The source of supply from which said user is prepared to establish U such water is diverted is unnamed stream which is tributary to Big Wood River. 8 . The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is April 1st, 1910. FRED A. WILKIE. State Engineer. C25-N29 Without saloons many good mixers will have to learn the trade all over again. it a man drinks enough at night to own a sky scraper, he must expect to carry it back the next morning a brick at a time. Hoover never lets the worst happen. Kaiser Bill's will must be beaten Into a promissory note. Belzebub Bill would have considered it a great triumph had he got hold of the Nobel peace prize just before he started the war. Strange are mutations of time. The old-fashioned woman who used to car ry a palm-leaf fan has a grand-daugh ter who wears furs In hot weather. Americans are fighting so brilliantly Over There they make us ashamed of the trifling things we at home'are do ing to help win the war. When a sucker begins to dream of wealth he is about ready to invest in gold bricks.