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^OR several years material and labor costs
have steadily increased, and all transporta
tion charges have been advanced. That means
that every operation in the giving of telephone
service has increased steadily in cost.
It costs more to operate a switchboard, keep the
books, do the hilling and collect the accounts.
It costs more to install a telephone.
It costs more to repair a telephone.
It costs more to take out a telephone.
It costs more to move a telephone.
It costs more to string a circuit,
and to set a new pole.

Kvery piece of equipment and every item of
supplies costs more.
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Our revenues maintain practically an even level.
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The Mountain States Telephone
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DAIRY SALE
! 88 EIGHTY I AD OFOAIRY COWS Ai HEIFERS 80
Owing to ill health I am forced
| to sell my well known herd of
| HIGH GRADE COWS AND HEIFERS.
I will sell the following described herd
I of HIGH PRODUCING COWS AND
I HEIFERS at ::PUBL1C AUCTION::
* At my place one fourth mile west of Shoshone, Idaho- ❖
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1 SHORT HORN COW
1 JERSEY COW
1 GUERNSEY COW
1 GUERNSEY COW
30 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS. 6
, MONTH OLD
I DELIVERY WAGON
I'MAXWELL DELIVERY TRUCK
I BOTTLE FILLER
I DOZEN DELIVERY CASES
SEVERAL OOZEN MILK BOTTLES
AND OTHER DAIRY UTENSILS
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
8 YEARS
8 YEARS
6 YEARS
5 YEARS
TO 13
6 YEARS
5 YEARS
4 YEARS
3 YEARS
2 YEARS
0 2 YEARS
1 SPAN MATCHED GRAY MARÊS.7
YEARS OLD WEIGHT 2900
1 BROWN PONY, 8 YEARS OLD
WEIGHT 850.
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0. J. BRENNAN
OEALER IN
Furniture, Carpets
Rugs
Linoleum, Etc.
Picture Frames Made
to Order
Licensed Undertaker
CASH IN YOUR RENT RECEIPTS
! DON'T YOU KNOW THAT YOUR
MONTHLY RENT PAYMENTS WILL
J BUY YOU A HOME?
I CALL AND LET US EXPLAIN
ITHIS TO YOU FULLY—WE CAN
HELP YOU TO OWN YOUR HOME. ;
| PACIFIC BUILDING AND LOAN j
ASSOCIATION,
L. W. GARLOCK, Agent.
Room 14, over the Shoshone I
Hardware Store.
Office,
Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Estrays
The l:>llo desc.ibed we?e
taken lip by John McFall at his ranch
6 miles west of Shoshone, Idaho:
One bay horse, weight about 1250,
loft hip.
years old, branded
>R>Uce is hereby given that on Thur.
the 27th day of March 1919 at 10.30 A.M.
o'clock at the John McFall ranch, six;
miles west of Shoshone, Lincoln County!
Idaho. I will, pursuant to the estray
laws of the State-of Idaho, sell the a- |
bovo described estrays to the highest
and hest bidder for cash, lawful money !
of the United States.
Dated Feb. 13th 1919
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Clarence Wheeler j
Sheriff. 1
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Strayed
from my farm near Jerot
her 4th 1918. One tight
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weight about son, coached mane, blotc
brand on left thigh.
On* bin«'
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(î. D. Finch, R.F.D. t,
Jerome, Maho
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TEACHER'S examination
j Th > " will be ,i special examination
! local subjects'only- (Idaho Civics
,n< l School l.uv Course of Study arid
1 H 'Kb School Curriculum) on Saturday,!
County Suprentendent. This examin
ation is open only to applicants for
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The Spartacus group
in
Germany
i hearn such a close resemblance to the
■ Bolsheviks In Russia that it takes an
'expert to define the distinction.
MEN and WOMEN
THEIR HOME TOWN, EASY CLEAN AND
HEALTHFUL WORK. PROFITS LARGE. WE HAVE THE BEST MEDI
CINES ON THE MARKET. TEN DIFFERENT MEDICINES TO SELL
ALL THE MEDICINES ARE THE PRESCRIPTIONE OF FAMOUS PRO
FESSORS. ONLY MEN AND WOMEN SHOULD APPLY WHO CAN, AND
I WANT, TO EARN AT LEAST $150.0 PER MONTH EXTRA.
Laxcarin Products Co.
Box 963 Department A. A. Pittsburg,
WRITE TO
Pa.
(If Possible Write in English)
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EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO THE BABY
Mrs. Charles Reed

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NOTICE
SHOSHONE, STEAM LAUNDRY
f> ... A CAR LOAD OF NEW MACHINERY JUST INSTALLED |
i> MAKING THIS ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED LAUND- |
§ RIES IN THIS PART OF THE STATE AND GUARANTEE- §
I TNG PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY WORK IN ALL DEP- f
î' ARTMENTS.
* WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS MONDAY MARCH 17.
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S CALL US UP. OUR CAR
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Fjord and Farewell.
! The word ''fjord" comes front the
old Norse, survives In the modern
I words "firth" and "frith." is connect
I ed with the English "fare." meaning
I to travel, and used in the word
"farewell," and meant, most prob
, ably. Id the first instance, says the
i author of "Norwegian Pictures," water
; safe for navigation on account of its
sheltered position.
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Delicate Compliment.
Charles received a wagon on his
: birthday and promptly broke a wheel
"Papa,"
His father soon mended it.
I he said, "you are smarter than you
look."
World's Finest Church.
November 18 is the anniversary of
; the dedication of St. Peter's in Rome
This largest Christian house
In
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wlto redesigned the dome. The height
' to the top of this dome is 485 feet, and
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of worship was begun about 1450.
1540 Michelangelo was put in charge.
the building is one of the most impos
ing in the world.
Some Velocities.
When the temperature is
sound travels 1,090 feet a second and
one additional foot a second for each
idditional degree of temperature. Elee
tricity over a wire where there is no
resistance travels 102,924 miles a sec
ond.
degrees.
Antique Furniture.
e who
Ti:
s pieces of an-
tique furniture should devote personal
attention to them, and especially to
any of old oak. which should be kept
in condition by periodical rubbings
with flannel dipped in a mixture of
beeswax, oil and spirits of turpentine.
White painted French furniture is
best cleaned with parafijn.
Ammonia.
Ammonia is found In minute
quan
tity in air. and is a natural product
of the decay of animal subgtancea. it
t,vo <Ustll,atiou " f nitrogen organic I
blatters, such as loties, hair, horns and I
h °of s . nnd is largely obtaintnl as a by
product in the mannfactnre of illuml
Literature.
Everyone knows what, hooks are.
But what Is literature? It ls the ark
on 4he flood. It is the Mght on the
It is the flower among
candlestick.
the leaves; the consummation of the
plant's vitality, the crown of its beauty,
.and the treasure house of its seeds.—
Henry J. van Dyke.
WILL CALL. PHONE 127.
L. R. BILLS, MANAGER.
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NOTICE OF SHEFIFF'S SALE OF
I _ ESTRAYS
| , l ln *' ebruary 22nd 1919,the following
. ' ® "ere taken up l»y
j « ^Sonl. Maho™'On^'^ng
white spot on nose and forhead white
hind feet, weight about 1400. no visible
brand.
j One
; no viaibk
Notice is
v gelding, weight about 1400,
brand.
hereby given that
Thursday the 17th day of April 1919, at
2:30 P. M. o'clock at the L.
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Parker
farm, nine miles North of Shoshone,
! Lincoln County, Idaho,*I will, pursuant
to the estray hlws of the State of Idaho
i ■ se ' 1 <he above described estrays to the
' highest and best bidder for cash, lav
j fill money of the United States.
; Dated March 6th 1919.
Clarence Wheeler
.Sheriff,
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NOTICE OF ELFCTIC-N
: NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN,
i on Saturday, the 1st day
I on Saturday the 22nd day of March,
1919, between the hours of 2 o'clock an!
; 3 o'clock. P. Ai. of said day at the
j church building of the Evangelical Lu
theian Emanueal Church, at Owinza,
I Lincoln County. Idaho, an election wifi
j l, e held by the members of said church
for the purpose of electing three (3)
directors of said church for the
of incorporating said church
vided in Title 4 of Chapter 14 ôf the
Civil Code of the Revised Statutes ot
the State of Idaho.
Dated tjiis 12th day of Feb., 1919.
George Eichler, Pastor.
That
of March,
purpose
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Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Estrays
On or about November 1 st ISIS, th
following described estrays were take
up by S. R. Mulllner at his
seven miles North-east
Idaho. Bay mare, about 3 years old
Weight about 1050, no visible brand
Notice is hereby given that on Wed
the 2nd day of April, IMS. at 2 P. M
o'clock at the S. it. Mulliner Ranch
seven miles North-east of S-Shoshone
Lincoln County. Idaho. I will, pursuan
to the estray laws of the Stale of Idaho
sc.i the above described estra.-s to Ihe
h ghest and best bidder for cas i l.iwfu
money of the United States
• DaKti Feb.iltn. i919.
eincnoa W ieder, ••'■criff
r.-. nch
of Shoshone
NOTICE TO ARTISANS
REMEMBER
Your payment of $1.00 to build the
Artisan Soldier's Home should be paid
in March to your secretary. Your pay
ment of 3 cents per month to provide
for maintenance of the Home begins
in April. Failure to make such pay
ments will voijl J'our certificates the
same as failure to pay any other nsses
ment.
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Mary Noble. Secy.
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