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c«hGr^eot Stoss
Open 7. A. M.
Close 5. P. M
REGULAR DELIVERY HOURS
9.30 to 11 A. M
3.30 to S P. M
SATURDAYS
Close 8.30 P. M
Cash Grocery Store
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
The Methodist Ladles' Aid society
will meet next Wednesday at 2p.m., at
the residence of Harry Anderson.
members requested to be present.
Mrs. E. M. Williams has returned
and reports the advent of a grandson
at the Williams home.
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Mrs. J. M. Price is home from a visit
with Mr. Price at King Hill who has
charge of construction work in that
vicinity.
Miss Jennie Clark of the Stockgrowers
has been taking a short vacation this
week visiting her sister in Boise. Miss
Clark returned Friday morning.
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Mi8sBessie Newman leaves Friday
morning for Moscow to resume her du
ties and studies at the State University
She will stop at Ontario, Oregon for
a short Visit with her grandmother.,
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain, of Rich
to ld were in Shoshone Monday.
About fifty persons from Gooding
attended the K. P. Dance Tues, night.
M. Fred Gwin returned Monday
from a ten days visit to relatives in
Ogden and Salt Lake.
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Miss Grace Kiker returned from
'Boulder, Colo. Sunday night where she
spent the holidays
Mrs. H^iil Horne has been on the sick
list for the past week.
Miss Anna Rae Brownian returned
from Greeley Colo. Sunday on No.19.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Weir Baker enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sinclair
and Mr. andMrs. J. O. Baker at din
ner Friday evening.
Mrs. Ed Holden and children were
do» n from the Fish Hatchery this
wee k.
Mr. Francs Coates arrived home
Sat. night from Camp Lewis for a short
visit with the home folks. Heretur
ned to Camp Lewis Wed. night.
Dr Zeller was in town Monday.
Miss Maty Smith came c.ver from
Jerome to spend Sun. with her sister.
Mrs. Gilbert White.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sinclair returned
to Camp Lewis last Friday on Nu. 17.
Miss Jones arrived from Greeley. Colo.
Sunday. She has accepted the Srd and
4th Grades on the North side vacated
by Mrs. Leah M. Burnside who has ac
cepted the county Superintendency.
Miss Anna Ryan came hotae from
Boise to spend Xmas with relatives.
Miss Ryan, who is deputy United
fttatse Marshal returned to Boise Mon.
The J.E. Wesson family moved Tues,
from the E. W. Sinclair house to the
ftwin home across the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tallman
left Monday for Pocatello where they
will make a sort visit with relativ««.
The J. W. Lundin family are recov
ering from the ''flu".
Mr. A. E. Bowler has been on the sick
list this week.
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Mr. J. E. Wesson returned
Boise Sunday where he attended the
Superintendents Convention.
Miss Catherine Logan returned from
Boise Sun.
Mias Evelyn Wheeler is recovering
from the flu. __
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The school board held a spécial meet
ing last Friday evening.
Mina Jones. 3rd and 4ih Grade
teacher on the North Side has taken
a room at the Hail f ferne home.
NeWllliiU
Mrs. Price
from pheumonia.
recover! ng
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Miss Tress Me Mahon. 1st an.l 2nd
Grade teacher <>n the North Side has
been on the sick list this week.
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A large increase In the membership I
of the Fanil Bureau lias resulted from
the recent campaign for membership
| Farmers In the vicinity of .Shoshone
are considering the formation of a Fed
Allierai Farm I-oar. Association. The mat
I ter has been taken up by the Farm i
I Bureau and ahe Association wilt be
J formed provided as much as twenty I
thousand dollars in such loans can be :
(secured. 1
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LOST—Two small keys on a ring, j
Finder leave at Journal office
Miss Clara Vance, of.Carey, has been
visiting the past week with Mr. and
Mrs. True while waiting the arrival of
her brother Albert Vance who has just '
been discharged fom military service j
at Camp Lewis. The brother arrived
Monday and the two went to their J
home at Carey on the Tuesday morning
'train
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M Auctioneer. Gooding.
wrJte or phgn * 153 9
HAS SEEN SOME FIGHTING.
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The following letter fv -m
Elliot to his brother Harry is as in
i ith which it
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teresting for the mode
tells of what Clarence :• bee t doing
as it is for its historical facts .
The letter says practically nothing a
bout the work done but the clipping re
ferred to and published in connection
with the letter tells a mighty interest
ing story and shows the stuff Ameri
can soldiers are made of.
The clipping is front the Paris edition
of the New York Herald.
Base Hospital 3s
Nov. 27 TS
Dear Harry—
Guess you think I ant a
mighty pocr hand to write letters, but
it is hard to write when one goes three
months without any mail,
ached thecompany after leaving the j
hospital my mail had been sent after j
and before it got back I went to a
hospital again. Am feeling fine now,
I,eft my company a few dltys before I
the armistice was signed so wasn't in j
on the finish .
Believe me .Harry I have seen all the
war I want to. Six months of it and five
different fronts. If I could only find out
whether John came through O K.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving day and
but I would like to be home for
Last year at this time was
later had my
When I re
me
gee
a real feed,
at Camp MilLs and
Christmsa dinner in the middle of the
ocean. December 12th will have been
in foreign service one year. Don't
know when I will get back.
Will close by wishing all a Merry
Christmas and next year we will all be
together. If you write me. address the
letterCo. C. 121 M G Batl.
Clarence
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Am sending a clipping .'bout my Jiv
ion.
GALANT 32 nd HAS FOUGHT 20
GERMAN "CRACK" DIVISIONS
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It Ha* Fought., on.. Five.. Front*, and
Never Yielded Yard of
Ground


(Special Telegram to the Herald.)
From BURR PRICE.
With the American Armies,
Thursday.
j When the American arm) of occupa -
tlon started Its march
Î Rhine on November 17,
j crack divisions .the Thirty-Second, was
Just six
toward the
one of our
j celebrating an aniversary.
'months before this bivision first plan
i ted the American flag on German soil
! in Alsace.. On May 10. Wisconsin and
j in Alsace..
j Michigan men came under enemy
I shell fire And from that date to Nov.
ill the division has outranged Boche
j g , Jng Only ten days after its turn in
j the trenches the Thirty Second chas
led the Boche from the Oureq to the
Vesle . Then It went to a sector north
'of Soissons und stormed Juvigny Plat
fighting side by side with the
heroic "poilus" of General Mangln.
After that victory with the French
it had a rest for ten days before getting
ready for the final drive,
ienn army's scrap north of Verdun
but three days old when the Thirty
eau,
The Amer
was
Second went In and for the next three
weeks the Wisconsin and
Mlchigan
lx>ys battled the Boche for Kreinhellde
<; te „ lin( , i, WrtS t h"\ who finally broke
throu -h the key postttpn of "La Dame
Marie," from which they then pushed
vu toFreya Stellung, pushing the Roche
out of Bantheville Wood.
gunners
They curried the line up to the point
here the final attack, on Novemberl.
JßLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT!
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Money to loan on Improved farms at
17% per cent on the best of terms. !
We have also plenty of cheap money
for town i oang _
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Lincoln County Abstract Co.. Ltd.
A. L McMahon, Manager,
Lincoln Loan & Title Co. will loan
you-money on farm or city property,
write your fire Insurance, and make
you a correct abstract of title. Give
us an opportunity to serve you. 8a t
isfaction guaranteed.
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Typewriters for Sale or Rent
Typewriters, both new and rebuilt
for sale.
C. Smith & Bros Typewriter Co
238 So. Main St , Salt Lake City!
Utah.
Typewriters for rent. L.
FOR SALE—Four room house and two
; lots on Main street. Ihetricb. lA-.bo.
;Cbeap for cash. Box Sä, Dietrich. Ida.'
FOR SALE CHEAP.
S -E. 1 of.V. E. »»Sec. 3 . Township 4 S.
ft. 17.. Five acres cleared. Shack, Any
Address.
terms.
H. P. Rasmussen. Lowell. Wash.
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
FOR SALE
(One l$x22 Deere-Dain Power Press
Hay Bailer complete with 3.2 horse
Kerosene Efngine.
been used for bailing only nine cars
of hay. For further information phone
or write F. R. Gooding. Goodiag
Idaho. »
Good as new
Dr. ARTHUR VANCE
VETERINARIAN
JEROME
PHONE 43
IDAHO
We Sell anything.
Real Estate, Live
Stock
WILL CRY SALES ANYWHERE
HARTSHORN & CLAYTON
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JEROME,
IDAHO
was launched and followed In support
of the divisions which crossed the '
Meuse at Dun and captured Stenay.
In the lastfew days of the war the I
Thirty Second went into Pne In the
Meuse bridgehead sector and with the
French were in the midst of an attack |
when the armistice stopped fighting
During the war the division has j
'•
the
fought on five fronts— Alsace,
Vesle, Soirsons. Argonne and the Meuse
and has fought twenty of Germany's
best divisions, among them the Prus
sian Guards.
It has never yielded a
the enemy's counter
! yard of ground to
' -ttacke.
write or phone 153
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
TO RURAL ROUTE PATRONS
Since the change of time the time of.
leaning the post office with the rural
route mail has been changed to i a.m.
instead of 9 a.m. as in the post.
Chas Mills . carrier
SHIPPING HAY TO MARKET.
During the month of 'W-ember the ;
farmers of this vicinity shipped 71 cars !
of hay to the western and northern j
markets. The shortage of cars pre
vented larger shipments. At present j
there are six to ten cars being shipped
daily from this place
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
SOLO HIS FARM.
George Gâche» has sold his farm !
north of Shoshone to a Mr. A. W. Mel
ton. of Nebraska who takes charge at t
George will move to Sl usjione
once.
for the present until he cb vides just
what line of business he will -*nter
The Journal extends «granting to the
new owner, Mr. Melton, and hopes he
will find his new home all he d Mires j
end the farm .. monc> mak- i I
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just RECEIVED
A New
Shipment
of
for Misses, Youths and Children
for Ladies
S ftWAIN BARTON SHOES
for Men
^ or our famous Mission last, Flexible sole, Rubber heel,
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DON T YOU KNOW THAT YOUR
MONTHLY RENT PAYMENTS WILL
BUY YOU A HOME?
CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN
THIS TO YOU FULLY—WE CAN
(HELP YOU TO OWN YOUR HOME.
PACIFIC BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION.
L. W. GARLOCK, Agent.
Office. Room 14, over the Shoehone
Hardware Store.
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For Sale.
Weaned pigs for sale. Call phone
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SS2S
I EAST OF -THE . McFALL HOTEL
I HAVE OPENED.. A -SHOP -JUST
FOR THE REPAIR AND MANU
FACTURE OF SHOES, HARNESS,
AND ALL KINDS OF LEATHER
GOODS.
YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE
APPRECIATED.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
V. G. RICKETTS
PUBLIC NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that at a reg
uLir meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners of Lincoln county, state
of Ids ho, to be held in the Court House
in Shoshone on the 15th day of Janu
ary, 1919, I will apply to said board for
permission to appoint one senior dep
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;uty. and suen other dermal assistance
as the business of the office of treas
tirer and tax collector of Idncoln coun
ty. state of Idaho, may from time *o
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time require.
Dated this 11th day of Dec. 191$.
STELLA COOK.
Treasurer ami ex-Offioio Tax Collector
Elect.
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DEALER IN
Furniture, Carpets
Rugs
Unoieum, Etc.
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Pictare frames Made
to Order
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Licensed Undertaker
$ 1 , 000.00
REWARD
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Our Cattle are Branded Rocking H
and have tiie LEFT EAR
CUT OFF
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Any Informs -
tion leading to tb« recov
_ ery of stray animals, will
i be properly and liberally rewarded,
And for the conviction of any person og
persons stealing,
! sî6ia * an T of our cattle, we will pay a
reward of ONE THOUSAND . OOL
LARS ($1,000.00:And for the convie
tion of any one illegally driving or mo
Jesting our cattle we wili pay a reward
°* ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100)
We sell no cattle except for shipment.
or attempting to
Rocking H Livestock Co.,Inc.
FAIRFIELD, IDAHO
OFFICE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING_

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