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Cash Gs^r Store
Open 7. A. M
Close 5. F. M
REGULAR DELIVERY HOURS
3.30 to S P. M.
9.30 to 11 A. M.
SATURDAYS
Close 8.30 P. M
Cash Grocery Store
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
# YV. W. Gwin, of the Stockgrowers,
has had his round with the flu bugs
He is again able to at
the past week,
tend to business.
Mr I'inney is reported as seriously ili
at Ontario, Oregon
went lust week to cure for him.
•here Mrs. I'inney
The I-adies Aid met last Wednesday
at the home of Mrs Harry Anderson.
:n lias returned
Miss Eleanor Ander;
her school work at Caldwell.
t.
The Ladies Aid society expect to
have a sure -"nough hot time at the M.
TO. Church next Wednesday.
a Chili-Con-Garni supper.
They will
give
Salt Lake
Uas week to visit with friends and rel
atives there.
FOR SALK—A good second hand
electric washer. inquire at It»- Jour
Charlie Hansen went to
liai office.
The Ihown Palace Pool hall which
has been moving to its-new location on
the north side in the building formerly
occupied by the Morse Store has at
last completed the job and is now
doing a good business in the new loca
tion.
Auctioneer, Oooding,
W. L. Me Coy,
write or phone 153
The Eastern Star held a interesting
Social time at the home of Mrs J. R.
Miller last 1 uesday.
iR is reported in Shoshone that ft sls
t it of Henry Hall, of Jerome, has been
a,victim of the influenza epidemic.
was
In
• -John Smcad. of Caldwell.
Shoshone Monday making arrange
ments to ship In several, hundred head
of cattle here to feed.
. T. If. Gooding, and wife. drove , to
Poise Thursday to attend the meeting
of the St£ae>~ Wool growers Association.
— , , cu a--,-» tn
bid Hml
Urn
Hoist to attend the State AVootgrowers
meeting. 4
Aii«s 1-eua Judy ,one of the teachers
at ixUnamft is quite 111 with the flu. .
' Will Ntwnvan went to Boise Thurs- j
day night to attend the WooLgrowers
meeting. }
'Mrs. Hall Horne entertained the K-jl»
piscopa 1 Guild Wednesday. Election of :
.WZTJi „I aro
resident ,Mra.' Archie Bowler Vice
17 " , M T whitnack Kectv
President, Mrs. { ^ reaBUr ^,
Mr?. Leah M.
Mrs. F. DiJMiey.
Mr., and Mrs. H, G. Avery have mo
ved Into the Whittington residence,
next to the Episcopal church. *"
of .the High School
Miss
Kanderson one
a room with them.
tethers has taken
- Dr. Zeller was* over _
Wed. •
. Miss McMahon. .Let. and 2nd grade
• teacher on the North side is etill'qnlte
.R 1 with the flu.
Mrs. Leah M. Burnside returned from
•gVendell Hun. «here «b* vlsiteb for two
•weeks.
Will Newman was.a Twin Falls vis
itor Wednesday.
•Th* School Board held « special meet
ing Wed. night.
Mrs. Turner left for Jerome Tues.
Frank Miltsaps has been on the sick
Usrt for the past week.
fro« Jerom
tlle ;
!
Lyan LeMunion has been
«ick :list.
on
ere in
Next Mondav the new Board of
Countv Commissioners will take charge
nf thr county affairs.
V. J McMahon and \V. J. Tapper will
retire from the board and their places
will l>e filled by John McFall and W. T.
Patterson The retiring members have
faithful and efficient service *>
Mr. and Mrs. John McFall
from the ranch Thursday.
Riven
the county during their tenure of office
and deserve the thanks of their con
The new men are both n
stituents..
inonK oui moat successful farmers ond
business nu*n and c.ome to the office
v\ith a prestige of success in managing i
large business affairs that is a guaran- j
tec of their ability to make good as
,
i 'oun t y Com m I «si on <• i n.
aist Friday Wig. lath Gooding gave
some fourteen
The guests
sivl as lit'le ::,rls. brought their
With them, had a Christmas
>••• i l \ " I
unique "doll
young indies of the town.
all dit
doilies
tree with two
guest. Every one sucked a
stripped rand;
ice cream con*
The editor will not venture to say how
long ago
resents for each
stick of I
and cat
chewed gum
is in the days of yore .
;
!
Whon MoAiloo quits that Is ifoing - to ^
>nakf* a lot of vneuneios to fill.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
ESTRAYS
On or about Nov. 1st, 1918 the foi
lowing described estrayswere taken up
by i'\ Franklin a his farm, six and one
quarter miles >'orth west of Shoshone
.Idaho
One sorrel mare, weight about 1200,
raid face left hind foot white, brand
ed I'. O. on left shoulder .
One bay yearling filly, weight about
850, star in forhead, left hind foot
white, no visible brands.
Notice is hereby given that cn Thurs
day the 13th day of February 1919 at
2.30 F.M. o'clock at the F. Franklin
farm, six and one-quarter miles North
West of Shoshone, Lincoln County,
Idaho, I will pursuant to the est ray
laws of the State of Idaho, sell the a -
hove described estrays to the tiigin-si
and best bidder for cash, lawful mon
ey of the United Staten.
- Jan. 1st 1919
Clarence Wh< •'*■> . sheriff.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF Pon Guey
Notice is hereby given by the under
deceased.
signed administrator of the estate of
Pon Guey deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons bavin t claims
exhibit'R
guinst the said decci..s<-.'. to
within four months after the first pub
the necessary vouchers, within four
location of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator at Shoshone. County of
Lincoln State of Idaho.
Dated December 28th, 1918
Walter H. Copp. Public Adminis
trator of the estate of Pon Guey De
ceased
ner ompptff'r aalf OF
NOTICE OF SH ERtFF S 3ALE OF
EHTRAYh
Oh or about Dec. IJpi, 1818 the
following described estrays were Uken
ur ToMe th. at his farm
miles west of Dietrich, - Idaho :
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one black mare, about 3 years old.
a light about 1100 pound«, no brands
visible I-eft hip down,
Notice is hereby given that jn fhurs
day the 30th day of January. 1919. at
«• cn. oVlock. at the reaU-wee at
Lfud Luntt. 1 ^ miltv wes. of D.c.i.eh
Uccoln coanty Idaho. I will, pursuant
to the estray laws of the SUte of Idaho.
sell the aboye described estrays to the
highest and best bidder for.cash. lawful
money of the United States.
(Dated December 17th, 1811
Clarence Wheeler. Sheriff
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
ESTRAYS
On Of- ghSut November 1st. 181$. the
d2«.jl9
following described estrays were taken
qji,.t>t\.$»JWeiss, at his ranch about €
miles east of Dietrich. Idaho.
One èorrel borisé with tight main and
tall, weight about 11M periods, no
brand visible.
One bay horse, weight about 1800
pounds, five years old. .branded "RC"
or 'PC" on right «title.
One chestnut sorrel horse, weight
about 850 pounds branded
onieft stifle ___
Qne sorrel mare, about 9 years old
weight about S00 pounds, branded
on left shoulder also branded with the
same brand on left stifle,
Notice is hereby given that on Thurs
day on the 30th of January 1919 at
1: "°- P- 1,1 o'clock, at the J. P. Weiss
J* rm - :i1 out ,,i!C miIp s oast of Dietrich,
IJneoln county Idaho. I will, pursuant
i '<> thp astray laws of the State of Idaho,
*' -11 the lb o><' describe<i estrays to the
highest and best bidder for cash, lawful
money of the United States,
ïhRed December 17th. 1918
Clarence Wheeler, Sheriff
U20-j10
Serial No. 018897
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IV K. LAND OFFICE at Hailey. Idaho
January 6. 1919.
hereby given that John Z
Prosser, of Gooding, Idaho.who on No- j
veuiber 5th, 1917 made Desert land en
NOTICE is
try. Serial. No. 018697, for S'. SEI.
Section 21, Eli NEk, Section 28. j
Township 5 South.Range 18 East. Boise |
Meridian., has filed notice of intentio i !
to make final Proof, to establish claim j
before !
to the land above described,
Frank T. Disney. U. S. .Commissioner, j
at Shoshone. Idaho, on the 4th day
1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
f
March.
j
Charles S. Myers,John \Y. Hunter. Jas.
Hunter.Henry Winter, all of Shoshone, j
Idaho. I
;
Hen H. Gray
Hogister.
IfLASSIFIED HD DEPARTMENT®
j
^^^ader» under Cl
ified Heading 10c lin
first insertion and 5c second t<me.
Money to loan on improved farms at
7 hi per cent on the beet of terms.
We have also plenty of cheap money
f or town loans.
Lincoln County Abstract Co., Ltd.
A. I. McMahon, Manager.
Lincoln Loan & Title Co. will lof-n
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. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Type« liters for Sale or Rent
j Typewriters, both new and rebuilt
; for sais. Typewriters for rent. L.
<J. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.,
• 338 3o. Main St., Salt Lake City,
Utah.

• KOR KALK —Four loom house and two
lots on Main street, Dietrich. Idaho.
Box SS. Dietrich. Ida.
j< heap for cash,
;
: , ... „ , .. . . . _
K - Town sh , p 4 8.
- IT.. >ive acres chared. Shack. Any
* terms. Address,
H. P. Rasmussen. Lowell, Wash.
ÉOR SALE CHEAP.
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
! writ« or phono 153
FOR RENT
Four housekeeping rooms, well fur
nished— Good location. Mrs. La Ida
ho rougi i at the Journal Office.
WANTED
Girls to enter training as nurses.
A new and modern institution fully e
quipped for expert instruction.
Address. June C. Roberts, 8upt
Pocatello General Hospital,
Pocatello, Idaho,
NOTICE OF THE ISSUANCE OF AN
ATTACHMENT -TO ...LINCOLN
ANO TWIN
• lohn L, Derg, Plaintiff.
: . vs.
George W. James, Defendant
STATH OF IDAHO
:
u
COUNTY OF LINCOLN | ,
Notice it hereby given T! at on the ;
93d day of December, A. D. 191*. at
tachment Issued In the above entitled j
action against the property of the afore i
•aid defendant George W. James for I
the sum of three hundred and fifty and
no opg hun^çedîha -(8350.00) dollars
with Intevrest thereon at the rate of
10 per cent per annum from Feb. 1st,
IMS. together with the costs of this ac
tion
Witness My Hand and the seal of
the said District Court, affixed this 23
day of December. A. D., 1918
ISKALI
J. W. Lundin,
Clerk of District Corut}
i!v Mlldretl Barger. Deputy.
Huiian D. Heist,

Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residence and Post Office address.
d27-jio
Shoshone Idaho.
! NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF
ESTRAYS
On or about Nov. 1st. 191S the follow
ing described estrays were taken up by
Church Smith at his farm 2*4 miles
south of Dietrich. Lincoln Couitv
Idaho.
One two year ol
«dehorned.
color red.
] weight about 1300 branded 19
on right ribs, both ears cropped off and
j split.
Notice is hereby given that on Thurs '
j day the 30th day of January. 1919 at 3
j p. m. o'clock at the residence of Church
Smith, two and a half miles south and J
Jone half mile east of Dietrich
j Lincoln county Idaho. I will, pursuant
| to the estray laws of the State of Idaho,
! sell the aboye described estrays to the
j highest and best bidder for cash, lawful
! money of the United States.
j Dated December I'tli 191S.
Clarence Wheeler, Sheriff
j .120-jl0
-Vs the German navy sur
j there was probably more than one
I aboard the American and English na-,
; val unit^who would like to have 1,1 go \
'just one shot for luck.
muered
man
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Office, Room 14, over the Sho*h«no:
Hardware Stör«.
Fer Sale.
We« ord pigs for safe.
:9&4.
C*Ü ptu*ce
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FOR SALE
One 18x22 Deere-Dain Power Press
Hay B,iiler complete with !2 hors*
Kerosene Engine. Good a9 new _;
been used for bailing only nine cars
of hay. For further information phone
or write F. R. Gooding, Goodiag,
Idaho
Dr. ARTHUR VANCE!
VETERINARIAN
JEROME
PHONE 43
IDAHO
Real Estate, Live
We Sell anything.
Stock
WILL CRY SALES ANYWHERE
HARTSHORN & CLAYTON
JEROME,
IDAHO
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' write or phone 153
! W. L. Me Coy,
Auctioneer, Gooding,
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Notice is hereby giver: that there
■. }; Mds m tii."! tie.i.-.urv of Paie
pemlent -eliool .listrict \n. 12. I .mvi!',
county l«l he in pav ontstmuling «nr.
rants. ' numbered sti to 178. inclusive
amt the same will cease to draw inter
n and after the publication of this
WARRANT CALL.
NO. 12
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a« I District Nu,
suivi-, hui.v)
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Furniture, j Carpets
Rugs
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Linoleum, Etc.
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Pictare Frames lade
to Order
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Licensed Undertaker
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$ 1 , 000.00
REWARD
Our Cattle are Branded Bockiug H
and have the LEFT EAR
CUT OFF.
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Any informa
tion leading to the recov
_ ery of stray animals, will
be properly and liberally rewarded.
And for the conviction of any person or
persons stealing, or attempting to
steal »">* of our we will pay a
reward of ONE THOUSAND .DOL
LARS ($1.000.00: ). And for the convie
of any one illegally driving or mo
testing our cattle we will pay a reward
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100)
We sei! no cattle except for shipment
ocklng H Live Stock Co., Inc
FAIRFIELD, IDAHO
OFFICE, FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BUILDING

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