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The Government has lifted the ban on
relinquished its lease on the
cereals and
Bevo budding. Our plant, voluntarily
new
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? full capacity production of
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THE BEVERAGE
A merica 's Cereal Beverage
Luke all Americans, we have made our
sacrifice to help win the war. Now we
are ready to renew our full duty as a great
Nati
1 industrial institution.
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PORT OF DIETRICH HIGHWAY DISTRICT LINCOLN COUNTY IDA
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March 19» I
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40.03
15.000.00
30.50
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December 1919,
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amt finish
■y following.
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REPORT OF DIETRICH
Jami
HIGHWAY DISTRICT* • »l'KU ATM »N* FOR 1918.
$241.90
222.67
.300.00
3,000.00
7,583.55
id hejrln
$:
4^ lift i. expense*
77 Miiftrtlal bought
90 warrant paid
17 I»ond Inst, paid
hi
Libor paid
111,351.12
t»f maintenance
te ahuttments
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paid
the line
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want ad
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launch forth to find
f a I
no
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bout this
mo
page.
ViODO
need hesitati
to
a
resjxvnse.
Ifl Need not
even sign
your name or address.
I his ofHce receives and j
holds replies for you.
*f thi
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va ri»
tiers
why
Th
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in want to tell th«
" should b< NOflt thc<
a study
■Truth Al nit I
» and made t<
of conditions.
life
HEALTH ALMANAC
Oat- of tho tUntanacts of the lGlh
venturv hope the following title
"I'nmoHtyeueyon of Mayater John
•rhylwiutt, meilycyner and aatronome
of the Kinpeiyall .Majeatie, of the yea
of out I. unie Clod MCCCCUXXXH.
eomprehondlng the llj parte» of this
\ere. und of the lnfluer.ee of the mon«
of peas and warre, and of the syke
oesses of this yere, with the constel
lation« of them that he in\|ler the vij
pianettes, and the levofnelons of
Kynges and princes, and of the eclyp
s--n and eoniel*
We arc still prognosticatin
subject of "pens ami w
re value ions of Kynges
bill the United States
Service in its Health
1919 is not content with chronicling
onr various ills, but preaches proven
tion of the "sy ken esses of this yere."
In addition to the monthly calendar
of health hints - and notable events
this alinunne discusses stich topics
as the following:
Control and preientlon of infectious!
diseases, as pneumonia, common colds
tuberculosis. Infantile paralysis,
phoid fever, smallpox, trachoma, hook-1
worm disease, and venereal diseases.f
on the
and tho
and princes,
Public Health
art
Almanac
fo
tv i
Disposal of human excreta, importance
of clean drinking water,
teeth.
Care of th
of milk in the home
I'. public health scr
Car*
Wlrnt the
I vice Is doln£ to protect the health of,
j the people of the United States.
Uoplcs of the 1910 almanac may be
■ied free upon application to the
old.
I
" Public Health Bureau
• Street s
No. 3 fl
K. Waahinston, IX C.
Notice of Shoriff'a Sale of Estrays
about November Lst lj|4. th^,
stray« were taken'
Mulliner at hi
des North-east
\y mare, about 3 v.mij
ubout 1050. no visihh
folio 1
up by s. n.
i\K described
ich
of >
Mali
Weight
i. I
Notice
her
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:
2-id .hi
T April, 1..13, a
Mulllmi
: 2 IV M.
Itaneh i
leek
S. It.
dies Nor
of
veu
IK
du
Idaho, f will, pur?
« of the State ot I
Ootim>
r rat ray In
inti
;e.i the fvli,»
i ybi'at and
OMney or th
Obtoi FV1
hod
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(1er fo
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1er,
CHRONIC CONSTIPATION.
ithout it is
them
of the
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thet
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thorn
1 water
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much]
ojrrrAVfcte;
o rdiovc. i
ithartlo that
it o( the MywK
i-a« they are i
I on IS
take
too
life
tiaber
if for»
gentle move
on hardly re
dit Inc,
♦o be
Wn pr.nl nord
»y
Ikctv
t wed by
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Of 4'hi
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some
money
Kdw;mi
ofl
W.
Morrtooi
men fro reads mort' like a chapter t
nonwlion.il novel thi
vent in the Illinois mei
in an e\
ironoll*
Seven British soldiers in
occupation have married German
ffitls. All of which shows that fupivl
never overlooks any bei«.
i. itu y
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DEALER IN
Furniture, .Carpets
Rugs
Linoleum, Etc.
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Picture frames Made
to Order
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Licensed Undertaker
$1,000.09
REWARD
Our Cattle are Branded Rocking II
and have the LEFT EAR
CUT OFF.
tion leading to the vecov
ery of stray animals, will
I he properly and liberally rewarded.
[ \nd for the conviction of any person or
! !" 1 ding, or a : tempting to
; »-a! any of our rattle, we will pay a
of ONE THOUSAND ..DOL
LARS ($1,000.001). And for the convie
tion of any one Illegally driving or mo
Icsting our cattle wo will pay a reward j
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100)
We sell no cattle except for shipment.
Any informa

ward
Rocking HLiye Stock Co., Inc
FAIRFIELD, IDAHO
BANK j
OFFICE, FIRST NATIONAL
BUILDING
1
cash in roue rentregeipts
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 1
ASSOCIATION,
L. W. GARLOCK, Agent.
Office, Room 14, over the Shoshone i
Hardware Store.
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Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Êstrays
5
The l >llo>;i'g rh-.se ilied stra'.i we
taken up by John Mc Fa II at his ranch
« miles west of Shoshone. Idaho:
One hay horse, weight about 1230,
left hip.
of the United States,
years old, branded
Notice is hereby pivert that on Thur.
tlu 27th day of March 1919 at 10.30 A.M.
o'clock at the John McKall ranch, six:
miles \v st of Shoshone. Lincoln County}
hiaho, l will, pursuant to the estray' *
I.IW* ..f the Slate of Idaho, sell the a
bovi described estra» to the highest!
and best bidder for rush, lawful
'
inerte
Dated Feb. 13th 1919
Clarence Wheeler
Sheriff.
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A Dainty, Ap- |
petizingMeal $
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that just makes you eat
It — that chases the
troubles from your mind
and makes you feel like
a millionaire—that's the
kind of meals we serve.
Everything Is pure,
ÿ clean and wholesome
J well cooked- daintily
% served — and the prices
^ are just right.
ï Come In and give
■ a trial.
US
AT THE BOSTON CAFE
COMBINATION RANCH
AND
SHEEP OUTFIT SALE
At the Old Napton Ranch
TWO AND A HALF MILES DUE SOUTH OF EDEN
. MONDAY, MARCH 3rd
immediately after a free lunch at noon
Farm Implements, Wagons and Harness
2 WAY RAKES, MOWÉR, JACKSON FORK, DISC GANG PLOW, TOP BUG
£Y„ 2 HAY RACKS, DeLAVAL CREEAM SEPARATOR, 2 McCORMICK
BINDERS, SEVERAL FARM WAGO ONS, SEVERAL SHEEP CAMP WAG
ONS, SET NEW BUGGY HARNESS, SEVERAL SETS'OF WORK HAR
NESS
Stallion; Work and Saddle Horses; Colts
Stallion, weight 1800 pounds; Ten or more Saddle Horses, Twelve Colts,
Coming Two Years old; Seven Colts Coming Three years old, Wagon Broke
Twenty Head or more, Four Years O d and Older, Horses; ■
MULES, BROKE TO WORK AND PACK
ALSO SOME
Cattle
DURHAM BULL, 4 YEARS OLD; SOMÊ MILK COWS, willl freshen
soon
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TERMS- $10 and under, Cash; over $10, tme to Nov. 1, 1919, Bankable
at 10", interest; 5 r '. off for Cash.
EDEN STATE BANK, Clerk
iotes
COL. H. B. LUE, Auctioneer,
J. J. GRAY, OWNER
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For the sake of wearing a service pin, you
were to appropriate a name from the sailing
for France list, announce y our engagement and
then have the owner of the name appear; That
is what happened to Shirley* Carlisle
the most exciting day of her life; for it is excit
ing and a trifle disconcerting to conciliate
unexpected fiancee, to manage a suddenly rec
ognized spy, to confront a charmingly myster
waitress, to be transported to a deserted
cabin and to secure an official document by
secreting it in a bale of yarn.
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the Jun or Class at the BAUGH THEATRE,
MARCH 14, to the accompaniment of khaki
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Attention dairymen!!
We arê not any TRUST
or com- j
:. bine, therefore we pay more for but-1
: terfat then any other CREAMERY.!
:
TELE YOUR NEIfiHBORi
• _ _ _ .
TO SHIP HIS CREAM TO THE:
[ RED SHIELD CREAMERY COMPANY
: 1508-1510 WESTERN AVENUE, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON f
TRY US AND BE CONVINCED.
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Check and cans returned promptly.
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COYOTE HIDES OF GREAT VALUEjaro
nd stu-ep growers
wish there would be coy-'
in North America. The ranchers
If the rancher«
had ihi
is to kill
er» think the only thin?;
fH'p
nude ta
fp. This is a wrong impres*
v The coyotes must have some other|
i illir.u in life or the Good Book •'missed*
fire" when it said nothing was in;
vain'*
nd
My oplnu- i of it s.-.y« A. 1». Shu-,
. bert.. president of the largest house in
the world dealing exclusively in Ameri
- n raw fmk. is that the coyote is
: her* to give up the £ho»t and surrender
: his pelt to the furrier who by the way
makes good use of the better coyote!
pelt but has little use for the poor,
The better grade» of coyote pelt«
• s • " • • ... •
■V.«
being dresser! and dyed and used
M immitation of fox and
great popularity of the
on account of
animal scarf
j coyotes
are in stronjr demand and
bringing the highe«! prtees ever known
The coyote is the <

ly furbearer that
: » an )>v used in immitation of fox.
The poorer grades of coyote are
being: used for coat linings, lap robes,
in; <UQd the like
The skin is
mires but little work— it answers
largre a ad
the f>uiposc.
dyed
A «soft
silky
coyote, dressed and
made into an animal acarf
can hardly be distinguished from a
fox, except by an expert, so trappers
are asked to get after the coyote and
trap as many as they can as the p te n
ent higrh price on this article will pay
wi ll for time and efforts.
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