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STERLING
PICKLES
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OLIVES
RELISH
CHOW CHOW
Fresh Shipment
PRICES-35c to 75c Per Bottle
We handle Peterson's Fresh Milk and Cream
MILK 10c per quart
CREAM 15c per half pint
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Cash GROCERY Store
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Mr. MoPeters spent Sunday in Sho~,
Frod Turner is working at Keefer &.
Whites.
•Mr. Maron y is in Moscow »hi? week
attending a meeting of farm 'agents
W. C. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
•write or phone 163
The Guild will meet March 5th at
the home of Mrs. .Will Newman.
-Mrs. Ed.'Gooding entertained a few
ludies Tuesday at a sewing bee.
Judge Skockslager went to Port
judge snocKsiager wem io ion
land on professional business Tuesday
-A ten pound son was born Thurs
day to Prof, and Mrs. J. E. Wesson.
Mrs. Moleee and child left Tuesday
for a visit to friends at North Yaki
ma. Washington.
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Mr. and Mrs. Buttner have rented:
the Pinney residence and have taken
up their abode thre.
Mrs. George Gâches and children left j
Tuesday for Seattle to visit
Catches mother.
Mrs. I
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Axel Cameron of Bellevue passed;
through on his way from Idah o Falls
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Thursdav.
Kok S.VLK.-1917 model 5-passenge
Paige touring car. Mrs. J. L. Beckett.
Ensign G. G. Fowle, and wife sailed
for Omaha. Nebraska, on No. IS las :
Tuesday.
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Mrs. Ronning, of Ketehiam. is visit
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ing this week m Shoshone with heri
daughter, Mrs. Oliver NioeJy. i
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C. \\ . Davis is now in charge of the
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blacksmith work in bred Mon son«
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shop in the place of H. A. Stanfield .
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Mrs. Jack Skilltrn of Boise has been
visiting Mrs. Sidney Smith during the?
week.
Mrs. Joe Dunn was given a sur
prise party by a few of her friends
Jast Friday evening.
G. \V. Sanders, of Hazehon. and Gil
bert White, of Twin Falls, were vis
iting in Shoshone Sunday.
Auctioneer, Gooding,;
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Sunday j
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W. L. Me Coy,
write or phone 153
W. J. Tapper, the gentleman
dried cow hide fame, spent
evening in Shoshone.
Prea. Tenney, of Goodi.ig College ,
was in Shoshone Tuesday in the inter-;
cats of the .college. j
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Theo. Baldwin the well k:-.own mine ;
and min-eral expert is slowly recover j
ing from th« third east' of the flu bugs j
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Mrs. Stitts, of Bellvue, is in Sho i
shone on her way home from Idaho
Falls where she has been visiting he
daughter.
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Hail Horne is about his business
again looking rather the worse for the
•pell of flu which had hinf in bed for
« couple of weeks.
Mrs. W. W. Gwin and Mrs. H. G :
Avery entertained the Guild Wednes !
day afternoon at the home of Mrs !
Gwin.
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Ral Eunday there will be a spe- i
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Invited.
Mrs. Harry Arulersort and Mrs. Clem
entertained the Lidies Aid society last *
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. An-j
derson. i
clal
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Everyone
lfl iW.
Mrs. Truman McMahon and her sistei
Miss Leah Borden entertained the
ladies of the Eastern Star at the Bor
den home Tuesday evening.
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Wm. H. Murphy of Seattle, propri
etor of the big Murphy ranch north of
town is here looking after his ranch
interests the past week.
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E E. £ letcher. ol Die ricl. spent
\\ ednesday and Thursday In Shoshone
Mr. Fletcher Is opening out a big
ranch in the Dietrich section.
The Ladies Aid will fh**t't "'M *à4r«
Harry Anderson's Wednesday after
noon at two o'clock.
xr. ,, , „ .
, - tr. Kell Mi Am. . ..lk«r, of Hai-j
i e y, sp <> n t Wednesday cvçnurg in Sho
shone on tbe ir way tu Ho , |,,kee.;
Oregon. i
Mrs. W. A. I Hicham. Pros.
Bill Lundin ju»t will have birthday a
Last Tuesday he passed another mile
stone. A number of his friends helped
remind him of "the occasion by surpris
ing him in the evening at his home.
Hon. E. E Streitz, of Richfield, was
in Shoshone Saturday
on his way
home from Boise. Mr. Streits repre
sented this county in the legislature
two years ago.
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k Several hen roosts in Shoshone have
been robbed recently.
chickens, look out Tor thieves.
are stealing chickens
steel traps and shot guns.
If you own
If you
look out for !
Word has been received from Ross
Rorden that he is at Camp Funston j
which is several miles nearer home!
than ^ P 01 ^ of landing. His friends j
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hope he will soon get his discharge and
hom»' r-tin
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W. T. Barney, inspector for the Mer
genthafer Linotype company was in
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Shoshone «Tuesday inspecting the
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Shoshone «Tuesday inspecting the
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Journal machine which he pronounced-'
i all right and in first class working or
der.
Rev. H. W. Parker, and wife, of
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Nampa, are visiting Mr. Parker's stsier
Mrs. Borden, this week.
They
their
• from Twin Falls where they had been
to attend the funeral of their daugh
ter. Mrs. Mildred Williams.
home
were on
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Fred Thevenin has resumed his old
thr Jour ^' sho ^ whe "' ht
intends learning to ^operate the iin-.
: otype machine. Fred is among the
overseas boys to get back. He finds life
j tho print shop iea« exciting, also
; lea« exacting, than array life.
H. A. Stanfield, who has been work
,
' n * I' re *I Monson s bhteksmith shop
j her the past few weeks has bought a
; shop in Goading and has taken charge
; ljt hia " ew location. He aay* he has to;
j leave his family in Shoshone for a-J
j while because there are no available
; houses in Gooding.
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For the Children
! Too much care can cot be ex ei cried « .
»electing a cough medicine tor child ;
rco. It should be plensant
contain no harmful drug and
effectue 1 in curUig their coughs and
colds. I-ong experience has shown tlia
Chamberlain'® Cough Remedy meets!
these, conditions. It is a favorite wit'<
in take,
most;
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many mothers.
Mrs. Jones, mother of Miss
teacher in the North Side school re- :
turned to her home at Boulder Colo
rado Monday. Mrs. Jones came to!
Shoshone a week or two a g
count of the serious illness of her dit- 1
ughter with the flu. Miss Jones la j
n °" fuUï h V h " , " th ilnJ ' S
rapidly regaining her former strength
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Junes, ;
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iW. L. Me Coy,
Auctioneer,
Gooding,
fiTussro m DEPMiiel
L Raadars under Classified Huadina 10c Una ■
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Money to loan on improved farms ai
1% per cent on the beat of terms,
Wo havo also pleaty of cheap money
for town loans.
Llncoln County Abstract C ft. Ltd.
the
of
A. L McMahon. Manager,
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Uncoln loan A Title Co. wUl k»-a
| you money on farm or city property,
big j write your fire insurance, and make,
rYou a correct abstract-of title. Give
; us as opportunity to serve you. Sat
< isfaction guaranteed.
I Type w rit« « for Hale or Best
Typewriter*. bock new and rebuilt:
• for sale.
Type »riser? far rent. L.
. |C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Oa.,'
33 g go Main gt Salt Lake City,
TTrah
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i FOR SALE CHEAP.
ti-H- H of N- K- t.Sec. 35 Township 4 tt.
R. 17,. Five acre» cleared. Shack, Any
Address,
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terms.
H. P. Rasmussen. Lowell. Wash.
W. L. Me Coy- Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
A new and modem institution fully e
quipped for expert instruction.
June C. Roberts, Supt.
Pocatello General Hospital,
Pocatello, Idaho, i
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Jack rabbit skins in any quanti j
,ty. must be stretched open and dry. f
W ill pay 5c per skin.
WANTED
Girls to f»nter training as nurse.?.
Address,
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F. W. Krei. 1
Sidney, Xeb.
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FOR SALE
Ranch, good for stock raising, grain
and hay. Running water. Joins pub
lic range. Ideal location. Terms to
right party— Box, 105S, Twin Falls
Idaho.
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EDUCATIONAL
j Write today concerning practical
| winter courses, commercial branches.
of regular college work, high school sub
jects or our summer session. Tuition
five dollars per month.. Address.
Gooding College, Gooding, Idaho.
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WANTED,-Three gentlemen roomers,
Mrs. J. W. Lundin.
DO YOU WANT A NEW TRUCK ?
We wilt accept at $500 a good tour
ing car to apply on purchase of .new
truck, direct from factory. . The Jour
nal, Shoshone! Idaho.
old
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the
TYPE WRITERS, ..AND ..ADDING
MACHINES.
I SELL 'EM, RENT 'EM. FIX 'EM
Factory re-built machines of any make
sold or rented on easy monthly terms.
Old machines taken in exchange. Write
me at Rupert, Idaho— J. R. Richey.:.
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FOR SALE
« Ona sir rooui house, three lots, rea
soaable terms. Inquire at Journal of
fice. _
West half
Town
FOR SALE— A BARGAIN
SO acres unimproved land.
' Northwest quarter, section 12.
ship S. south, range IS Hast. Easy term
Inquire of R. F. Hickey, Soda Springst!
Idaho,
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ROCK SPRINGS NUT COAL
The Gem Stut* Lumber Company Is
. expect»«*?. £• or, a of Hoot Springt»
nut coal. If you want some leave your
order« Urice, $8 .JO i»er to*».
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1 STRAYED
j , bav g* wlnjf . wei)rht 1500 , brown
gelding, weight 1500, white spot in
Ieft bltul f(>ut crooked sc
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FOR RENT
Forty acres stubble ground for rent.
North Shoshone Tract.
L. W. vYall t r
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ify H. D. Bailey or ptuxae Mike Byrnes.
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Farm Implements
and
General Hardware
SHOSHONE HDW. CO.
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! rl * ht ear ' Au * ^formation regarding
' 3uch cattle may be given to Paul Had
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STRAYED
Strayed, some cattle branded with
FOR SALE
A new 5-room house one block from
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high school- A bargain if taken be
for« March 15. Box 161 Shoshone.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE
I have for sale, or will trade for
young stock, a seven year old gelding,
: weight about 1400. Chas. Mills.
Stmysd —
j f rom ra J' farm near Jerome.on Xovera
t> « r 4th 1918 - One light gray mare.
: weight about S00. roached mane, blotch
I brand on left thieh
; One blue mare, reached mane, weight
; About MO. wire cut on neck, will pay
; reasonable reward for recovery of
above described
mares.
G. D. Finch. R.F.D. 1.
Jerome. Idaho.
F-21
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
on Saturday, the 1st day
1919. between the hours of 2 o'clock and
5 o'clock, P. M. of said day, at the
Church building of the Evangelical Lu
theran Emanueal Church, at Owinza,
Lincoln County, Idaho, an election will'
^e held by the members of said church
f or the purpose of electing three (3)j
directors of said church for the purpose'
of incorporating said church as pro- 1
video m Title 1 of Chapter U of the
riviI Code of the Revised Statutes of
, he stat e of Idaho.
That
of March.
Dated this 12th day of Feb., 1919.
George Elcliler. Pastor.
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' .ill Is hereby made for payment of
warrants 1544 to 1060 inclusive issue'l
by the Village of Shoshone, Idaho on its
general fund and for warrant No IS
drawn on the Cemetery fund. Interest'
WARRANT CALL
on above warrants stops Feb.,28, 1919.
Bert Bouler, Village Treasurer.
COUNTY TREASURER'S WARRANT
CALL NO. 30.
Lincoln County, Idaho warrants of
I the follow l ig series are now payable at
my office:
f Current Expense 19IS
to No. 902 inclusive
--- NO.S9S
-- No. 1.12:
! School District No. 1 -
j "o No. 232 inclusive
Interest stops on the above
March, 3id 1919.
AH previous warrants called.
Dated at Shoshone, Idaho, this 17th day
of February, 1919.
SU 11a Cook. County Treasurer.
varrants:
M. D. FLEMING
OPTOMETRIST
ROOM 3 GEM BUILDING BOISE IDA
OPTOMETRY MEANS EYE
SERVICE
:
W* fit glasses and do it right.
90 per cent of the headaches are
se< l bv some character of
STRAIN.
If you are affected
have your eyes
cau
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ith headaches
When vour'
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examined.
eyes cause you any trouble, like blur- '
ring of letters or lines. Itching or burn
ing.vou must remember that is theii
way of telling you that they need at
tentkin.
THEM. '
ithin one year*
cost to you.
IVe are registered in two States,
Idaho and Oregon, which coupled with!
in experience of 20 years makes it,
possible to care for extreme cases.
We
One pair of eyes is all you will ever'
FAIR
We change lenses i
without any additional
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have.
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give special attention to school
children.
WE MAKE YOUR TOWN REGU
LARLY EVERY MONTH.
McFall. Monday. March,
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3rd. 1919.
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HILL CITY, IDAHO
REPRESENTING BARNES BROTHERS
APPLICA
C'arm MORTGTGE
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TIONS iAKEN IN CAMAS,
ELMORE, GOODING. LINCOLN and
JEROME COUNTIES,
Write to Hill City for Application
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Blanks and Terms.
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WE SAVE YOU MONEY.
Case No. 1S47
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
j FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
the STATE OF IDAHO. IN AND FOR
I THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN.j
J.ulu Kattenhorn.
Plaintiff
vs.
I J. \V. Hunter,
Defendant,
STATE OF IDAHO
ss
COUNTY OF LINCOLN
• Notice is hereby given. That on the
| 31st day of December, A. D., 191*. at
: tachment issued in the above entitled
' action against the property of the
aforesaid defendant. J. \V. Hunter, for
the sum of Six Thousand Four Hun-1
dred und no onc hundredth (4 400900 ) j
dollars, witlt iutoicst thereon at the
rate °* ' 1>fr cent I >er annum from Jau-j
trary 1st, 1919, together with the costs!
of this action.
Witness ray hand and the seal of the;
said District Court, affixed this .ilst.
°f D*^ember, A. D., 19IS.
J. W .Lundin.
i Seal)
c, * rk ot DiBtlîct Covrt.
IilU * ^ Haddock. Attorney for Pluin
tiff. Residence and post offi.-e address
Shoshone Idaho.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE
CEASED.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signett Administrator of the estate of
Juan i'rutin deceased, to the creditors
F Juan I'rutia I)E
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s having claims ag
linst the said deceased, to exhibit them
of a *nl all pen
with the necessary vouchers,
four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the'said Administrator!
at ihe office of Frank T. Disney in Sho-!
shone, County of Lincoln, State of
Idaho.
Dated February, 19th, 1919.
Raymond Urutia. Administrator* ofl
of Juan Urutia Deceased.
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DEALER *N
Furniture, [Carpets
Rugs
Linoleum, Etc
Picture Frames Made
to Order
Licensed Undertaker
$ 1 , 000.00
R EWARD
Our Cattle are Branded Rocking H
and have the LEFT EAR
CUT OFF. A»y 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 stealings or attempting to
steal any of our cattle, we will pay a
x-eward of ONE THOUSAND DOL
LARS ($1,000.00.'). And for the convic
tion of any one illegally driving or mo
lesting our cattle we will pay a reward
I of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100)
i We sell no cattle except for shipment.
i ockiefHLiw Stock Co.,lnc
FAIRFIELD, IDAHO
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_BUILDING
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CASH IN YOUR RENIRECEIPTS
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DON'T YOU KNOW THAT YOUR
MONTHLY RENT PAYMENTS WILL
BUY YOU A HOME 7
CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN
THIS TO YOU FULLY—WE CAN
HELP YOU TO OWN VOUR HOME.
PACIFIC BUILDING AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION,
L. W. GARLOCK, Agent.
Office, Room 14, over the Shoshone
Hardware Store.
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For Sale.
Weaned pigs for sale. Call pher.e
964.
Dr. ARTHUR VANCE
VETERINARIAN
JEROME
PHONE 43
IDAHO
We Sell anything.
Real Estate, Live
Stock
WILL CRY SALES ANYWHERE
(MSHOßN S CLAYTON
JEROME.
IDAHO
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Estrays
The lullo
taken up by John Me Fall at hia ranch
® miles west of .Shoshone, hi-iho:
One bay horse, weight about 1250, 5
left hip."
ng described stni\
weie
years old, branded
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Notice is hereby given that on Thur.
the 27th day of March 1919 at 10.30 A.M.
I o'clock at the John McFall ranch, six
[ miles west of Shoshone. Lincoln County
1 Idaho, I will, pursuant to the estray
laws of the State of Idaho, sell the a
bove described estrays to the highest
I and best bidder for cash, lawful money
of the United States.
Dated Feb. 13th 1919

Clarence Whcelei
Sheriff.
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