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GARDEN SEEDS
LARGEST VARIETYireiLfTef
OF NEW GARDEN SEED
Ever on sale in Sho
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INCORPORATED
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Seed oats, at C.F. Borden's
Mrs. E. E. Fletcher, of Dietrich, was
shojiping ii Shoshone, Monday.
W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
Mrs. Payne, of Ticura. is visiting Mrs)
J A McCollum this week.
Seed oats, at C.F. Borden's
A. Albrethson. of Picabo, was truns
acting business in Shoshone Tuesday
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W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Gooding,
write or phone 153
Len Stanfield, of Gooding wa
town last week.
Inez Dunn is enjoying a_visit from
ber cousin, Miss Gee, of Bellevue.
FOR SALE,-1917 model 5-pgssenge
Paige touring car. Mrs. J. L. Beckett,
children,!
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Gooding are
expected home from California about
Saturday.
Mrs. John Badley, and
have gone to San Francisco, for a visit
with Mrs Badley's parents.
Miss Edna Edholm and Miss Sweed
enborg spent the week er.d with their
home folks at Gooding.
Chas Graves. James Cooper, M. S.
Henderson ahd !.. Tabor represented
Richfield in Shoshone Tuesday.
Miss St j les was called to Twin Falls
last week on account of the sickness of
her rbother.
Mrs. Casada and Mrs. Kilpatrick will,
Wednesday
•ent to Nam
and
entertain the Ladies Aid
March 26th.
John Murere and "wife
pa Friday looming for business
pleasure.
Miss Bertha Patterson and Mrs. F.
C. Smith, of Dietrich, were shopping)
in Shoshone Saturday I
Montana Murray is attending school
again after a brief illness
The County Auditor has turned the
Jerome portion of the delinquent tax
lists of Jeromg county over to the Je
rome Auditor
Mrs. E. A. Walters, of Twin Falla, j
was visiting her sister, Mildred Bar- J
ger, Monday, returning Monday even- J
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Weir Baker Went to Bliss the latter j
ing.
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part of last
Mrs. J. O. Bruce of Boise, is
Mrs. J. O Baker for two weeks.
visiting
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Mrs. W. E. Patterson, of Dietrich, j
was in Shoshone Wednesday. j
Mrs. Lee Garlock paid a isit to re, 'jc
atives and friends in Richfield Thurs- j
day.
ing Mondey
eturned home
after
for a few
Mrs. C G. Finney
from Ontario. Oregon, Thursday
visiting her husband there
days.
A. G. Arentz, general agent for the
Continental. Oil Co., attended a meet
ing of company officials in Salt I«ike.
last week.
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The dance here Monday evening in,
honor of St. Patrick, was well at
tended. Many visitors from surround-j
ing towns were present ard :.Hr eport- j
ed a pleasant time.
Corporal R. L. Scheppers, of Rich-
day on his way home from France. He
served 14 months. Corporal Scheppers I
was formerly a member of the old 2nd ] a
Idaho and served on the Mexican bor- j
der in 1916. j a
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George Loucks, formerly of Hailes - , j
was in Shoshone Wednesday. He re-'
cently returned from France, serving,
9 months with the 41st Division He j b
had the misfortune to lose his right
arm while fn the Argonne forest.
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W. L. Me Coy, Auctioneer, Goading,
write or phone 153
CCURT HOUSE DOINGS.
A marriage license was issued Mon
j dav to It K. Short and Myrtle Willey
both of 1er .me
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Wesley George, of Hailey, is helping
transfer the records for Jerome county
j The March term of court convenes
Monday with heavy docket of both eiv
j il and criminal cases.
Dr Boyd was over from Twin Falls
j on professional business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. Erpclding, of .Wen
j dell, are visiting the parents of Mrs.
Erpelding. Mr and Mrs. Oliver Dunn,
j of Shoshone,
j Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Baugh were Salt
• Like visitors last week.
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j Myrt E. Weaver has received his dis
[ charge frojn the service. He was a
member of the 320th Signal Battalion,
He has been visiting the home folks
and expects to soon enter the tele
graph service. Myrt is an expert op
erator
R. E. Reed, of Bellevue, was in Sho
shone Thursday evening on his way to
Srtlf Lake where ht will get a
J Oldsmobile and drive it back,
new
Mr.
Reed is distributor for the Oldsmo
bile cars for several counties in this
part of Idaho and is getting ready for
an active campaign this season. Mr.
Beed was recently discharged form
emp Lewis.
CONFECTIONERY AND BILLIARD
HALLS
Our Wurlitzer Electric Automatic
Pianos, Violin, Flute and Orchestra in
struments will not only incro use your
patronage, but also add to your profit,
Instruments operated with nitkle in the
slot. Sold on monthly terms. Write us
for particulars and catalogue. Consol
idated Music Co. .Salt Lake City, Utah.
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TRY THIS NATURAL
herb PREPARATION FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
,sJkEEP IT AT HOME READY FOR
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It Is Good for the Grippe As Well As
. Hs Kindred Ailments.
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If you want a splendid, economical!
remedy for constipation, sick headache, j
dizziness a.id torpid liver, or indigestion,
sour stomach, flatulance, do not fail toj
tb j s wenderful preparation which!
is being used by the most eminent
physicians. There is absolutely nothing!
secret about this preparation and it lsj
one of the formulas which is univer-j
sally known in the Medical World. j
This old reliable vegitable remedy
has stood the test of time and it is now
more popular than ever.
Get a box of LAXCARIN today, and
feel much relinquished tomorrow, A
dollar well spent is worth a hundred—
especially if it is spent in the bettering
of your health— or In helping Mother
Nature performing her duties.
LAXCARIN is sold only by the Lax
carin p ro< j uc ts Company, who will send,
you a box containing enough LAX
A Rjsi f or three months use, upon
cejpt of $j go either in cash, stamps orj
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Extra Strength $1.50.
Sold By The
LAXCARIN PRODUCTS CO.,
e pt.
Price One Dollar.
Pittsburg, P«.
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Santa Not Enemy Alien.
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Of what nationality is Santa Glaus;
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friend asks. Of almost every nation- ;
|jty_ we would sujr. If you mean to
ag] _ the (jerivution of the name, it Is j
corrupted form of the Holland Dutch
name for St. Nicholas and has no
The saint him-
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"enemy alien*' taint,
jf was a native of Pu tara in the
prov i nce of Lycia. Asia Minor, und was
| s j, op oj > >iyr:l ill the same urovince.
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POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE
IS FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS
Ask them to «how you a copy or «end 20c for
the latest iaeue. postpaid. \early subscription
S2.00 to all part« of the United biatea,
its possessions, Canada, and Mexico.
POPULAR MECHANICS MACA2SNE
6 N. Michigan Avenue, Chic^o, III.
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WHY COLDS ARE DANGEROUS.
You are often told to "beware of a
cold", but why?. We will tell you:
Every cold weakens the lungs, lowers
the vitality and paves the way for the
more serious diseases. People who con
tract pneumonia first take cold. The
longer a cold hangs on. the greater
the danger, especially from the germ
diseases, as acold prepares the system
for the reception and development of
the germs of consumption, diptherla,
scarlet fever and whooping cough. The
quicker you get rid of your cold, the
less danger of contracting one of these
diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has a great reputation as a cure
for colds and can be depended upon
It is pleasant to take.
BREEDING EWES FOR SALE.
One band of large Cross-bred Cots
wold-Ramboulette ewes.
One band ofCross-bred Sehropshire
Rambouletto ewes.
One band Hampshire ewes, nearly
pure bred. This band of ewes will
weigh from 125 to 165 pounds, and are;
the kind to praduce big Iambs,
One band of fine wool R.'imboulettc
and Delait.-e ewes.
Above ewes are all our own rais
ing: all two to four years old; large,
rugged kind: good shearers: due to
lamb May 5th, 1919. They are in fine
condition, and will sell.
For particulars, call on or address,!
J. Morse. Dillon. Montana.
or T. J. Murray, McFall Hotel.
Shoshoqe, Idaho.
m21-2t
solid bay 3-year old fillies: one solid
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
One bay mare, star in forhead: two
black colt, 3-years old: one sorrel geld
ing 4-year old, white face, white hind
feet. All branded with small circle on
off jaw. At this time brand may be
dim or undistinguishable. Daniel P.
Tohil, Hailey, Idaho.
FOR SALE.
Forty acre ranch, fenced,
cultivated. N. E., N. W., Sec. 21, Tp.
3, Range 19. $75.00 acre. net. 40
shares water stock included.
W. Tschoeppe, 519 S. Los Angeles St.,
I.os Angeles. California.
acres
The Woolsack.
The woolsack Is the big red bag,
without back or arms, on which the
lord chancellor sits when presiding
over the deliberations of the house of
lords. Its origin Is curious. An act
was passed in Elizabeth's reign pro
blblting the exportation of wool, and to
keep this source of national wealth In
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their lordships minds the kindergarten
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notion of making them sit on wool bags
was tried.
Nowadays, when a new
chancellor is appointed he is said to
be appointed to the woolsack and to sit
on the woolsack.
The Inspired Compositor.
"The doctor felt the patient's purse
■nd declared that there was no hope."
—Boston Evening Transcript.
(CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTWEIÏÏ
L Reader* under Claaaified Heading 10c line
firml insertion and Sc tecond I'me.
Cf Little Miss
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terrier on Tuesday.
Cj On Wednesday she
recovered her own
Bouncer" and ei^ht
other dogs.
ant ads are go
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Money to loan on improved farms at
1% Per cent on the best of terms.
We have also plenty of cheap money
for town loans.
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. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Typewriters for Sale or Rent
Typewriters, both new and rebuilt
for sale.
Typewriters for rent. L.
C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.,
338 So. Main St., Salt Lake City,
Utah.
! W. L. Me Coy, Auctianeer, Gooding,
j wFite or phone 153
EDUCATIONAL
Write today concerning practical,
| winter courses, commercial branches,
I regular college work, high school sub
• our summer session. Tuition'
month.. Address,
Gooding, Idaho
Jects
five
dollars
Gooding College,
DO YOU WANT A NEW TRUCK?
We will accept at $500 a good tour
iny car to apply on purchase of .new
truck, direct from factory... The Jour
nal, Shoshone, Idaho.
TYPE WRITERS, AND ..ADDING
MACHINES.
I SELL 'EM, RENT 'EM, FIX 'Elk
Factory re-built machines of any mak
! sold or rented on easy monthly terms.
Old machines taken in exchange. Writ
me at Rupert, Idaho. J. R. Richey.
STRAYED
1 bay gelding, weight 1500 1 brown j
gelding, weight 1500, white spot in!
face, left hind foot crooked, scar onj
left shoulder. Both wear manes. Not- j
Ify R. D. Bailey or phone Mike Byrnes i
Burmah.

POTATOES FOR SALE
We have in stock a lot of good pota-j
toes which we will sell at $1.00 per
hundred. Come and get them at ou j
warehouse. I
White Brothers]
WANTED, Contracts for hauling j
wood, dirt, sand, tivs, lumber or grain. I
Write and state p-irticu'ars to Gary J
Coast Agency, 71 Broadway Portland, j
Cit feon.
STRAYED
Strayed, some cattle branded with
circle M on left shoulder and crop of [
right ear. Any information regardât
such cattle may be given to Paul Had- ,
dock.
Exprienced man with family wants
WORK WANTED
job on ranch can furnish good refer j
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PIANO AT A SACRIFICE
We have stored in Shoshone,
strictly high grade piano, which, if ta-j
ken at once, will be sold at a substan
tial discount. Terms to responsible;
party. If interested, writ a quick for
particulars to THE DENVER MUSIC
COMPANY, Denver, *Colo.
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WANTED
Billed alfalfa, timothy and straw.
Earnest Freepons, Kellogg, Idaho.
Mail or write us your offers.
Freepons, Kellogg, Idaho.
PLAYER PIANO CHEAP
We have in the vicinity of Shoshone !
a slightly used player
paid for and in first class
that we will sell cheap to reliable party, j
Write us for particulars. Consoli- j
dated Music Co., Salt Lake City, Utah.
piano, partly,
condition I
INFORMATION WANTED
I had a brother named Newt McCart
who lived*in this part of Idaho about !
Would like to hear from
who knows what became of
Jas. H. McCart. Colorado Spr.,
12 years ago.
some one
him.
Colorado, Hotel Rex.
THOMAS H. SCRUGGS
D.
MO R TGTGE APPLICA-; j n
IN CAMAS,
ELMORE, GOODING, LINCOLN and
JEROME COUNTIES. was
Write to Hill City for Application
Blanks and Terms.
HILL CITY, IDAHO
REPRESENTING BARNES BROTHERS

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A speciafist from Chicago
loaned to this store by
Dr. Wm. M. Scholl
the recognized foot authority, is here
now. He will be here only
THURSDAY, MARCH 27th, J
i so foot nofhered people should lose no Æ
t time in coming to see him. M
IX Examination and Advice JJjjjj|
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I He knows the famous Dr. Scholl
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Let him examine your foot and
tell you what is the trouble, the
cause and the way to quickly
correct it Let him demonstrate
on your own foot that you can
gain
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Foot Comfort
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immediately. You don't have to
wear "freaky" or loose shoes.
The Dr. Scholl plan is to give
foot comfort while you wear I
the stylish, well fitting shoes I
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REMOVAL
I HAVE REMOVED MY DENTAL
OFFICE TO THE STUDIO BUILDING
FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY JUDGE
FULLER AS AN OFFICE.
I WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET
MY OLD CUSTOMERS AT THIS LO
CATION ON THE GROUND FLOOR.
DR. H. G. BAUGH, DENTIST.
DR. E. H. FIELD,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Offices Recently Occupied by Dr.
Phone 60
Zeller. Shoshone, Idaho.
Dr. ARTHUR VANCE
IDAHO
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We Sell anything,
JEROME
PHONE 43
Stock
WILL CRY SALES ANYWHERE
JEROME,
HARTSHORN & CLAYTON
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FOR SALE.
Team of mares, cows, calves, and
brown turkeys.
Queer Find at Pompeii.
A soap-boiler's shop was among the
things discovered in the excavation at
Pompeii several years ago. The city
was buried beneath volcanic ashes A.
79. It is said that the soap found
jj, e s j, op jj a( j no j lost all efficacy,
although It had lain under the ash#s
more than 1.800 years. Soap making
quite a business in a number o#
j{ 0I jj an cities at the time that
Pompeii was destroyed.
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Eldridge's
Double Service
Work Shoes
T HESE shoes are built to meet the
demand of the fanner, miner, and
herder for shoes that will give extra ser
vice without being too heavy and clumsy.
They are made of extra plump, health;.
hides, especially tanned to make the leather
proof against the ucids of manure, at the
same time leaving the leather soft awl
pliable.
They are made on a comfortable and
good looking last, chocolate brown color,
Goodyear welt, half bellows tongue, douter
leather soles. They will easily outwear two
two pairs of ordinary work shoes, §
and the price, postage paid, is only
If a lighter weight shoe is preferred,
send for our wonderful outdoor shoe, at
the same low price, made of tan California
calf, genuine Munson army last, single oak
leather sole, C, D, and E widths.
Either shoe is absolutely guaranteed to
give satisfaction. Send for a pair on ap
proval. Be sure to state size wanted and
give name of this paper.
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Eldridge Clothing Co.
High Grade Men's Wear Twin Fall», Idaho
Safe Proposition.
Abttso the public all you like; no om]
ever considers it a personal affront.

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