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THE CAMPAIGN.
The campaign In Idaho thl« year is ]
probably the moat mportant In the
tilBturv of the »late The question I*
'tint as to whom shall be elected, but
run» to a change of our government.
The eampalgn should be one of educa
tion. but there le every Indication that
It will degenerate Into one of abuse.
For months there has been waged a
campaign of mlsrepreaentallon by ex
aggerated! It will take work to off
set the evil effects that have already
accrued Ihrt If misfortune Is to be
averted, that work must be done
The Liberty Idian campaign la all
A>ul over In this county. Only the olos
tng up remains, and Involves person
al work with a few men rather than
a general appeal to the public. In
view of this fact, Indulgence In a lit
tle political discussion enn not dis
turb the campaign
Beginning wMh next week, the
Press will take an active part In the
campaign M will not be a maligning
part, nor one actuated by prejudice
nor hale. It will be'one where an at
Aetnjrt will be made to reason things
nut. to the end that the greatest good
may come to the greatest number.
Il y dcr-t raw ford IVedd Ing.
Misa Mabel Hyder and Mr. William
K Crawford, were united In marriage
(Saturday evening at the Methodist par
sonage Mrs Crawford for the paat
three years waa a teacher III the pub
lic schools of American Falls, and la
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Mother: Now, father, don't get
discouraged over your rheu
matism! I have heard that Dr.
Wilson can cure It. And be
sides. you remember how I was
cured of my appendicitis und
Mary of her constipation by u
Chiropractor
Father Yes, 1 remember: and
I have heard of the success Dr
Wilson has been having with
cases worse than mine, so I will
see w hat he can do for me In
his advertisements he says that
examinations are free. 1 am
going to be examined today and
■tart with the adjustments.
Dr. Geo. A. Wilson
I hr Chiropractor
i! use the Palmer, major, re
spliial adjustments only
(tubbing, hammering, electric vt
brators, etc , ts not Chiropractic)
1'lione 7-M.
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Extra. Cost
for Quality? V À
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You'll likely find it
costs you even less
to chew Gravely. It
goes further. You
only need a small
chew of this class
of tobacco, and it
holds its good, sat
isfying taste a long,
long time.
It goes further—that's
why you can get the good
taste of this class of tobac
co without extra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
lO$ a pou ch.-a.nd worth u
I very highly esteemed. Mr. Crawford
In a rancher wcet of town and has
hoNtN of friend« who wlnh him a full
»hare of the Joy» of life.
Pacifist Leader Cet» 26-Year Prison
Term.
Benjamin .Salmon, a Denver So
cialist, has been convicted at Camp
Dodge, Iowa, by a general court mar
, tlal trial on charges of desertion and
distributing pacifist Iterature, and sen
tenced to 26 years at bard labor at
Fort Leavenworth Salmon was tried
j for draft evasion In Denver. From
Denver he was sent to Fort Logan,
! Colo., then to Camp Funston, and
j finally to Camp Dodge. He refused
! to serve bm a soldier at all three camps
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Don't envy a fiyhtei
be one.
buy Bonde and
Take the Helm from Wilhelm—Buy
Liberty Bonds
P
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SUGAR SHORTAGE HITS
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
In Spain and Portugal sugar prices
are aoarlng. Both countries have been |
serloualy affected by the abort beet j
sugar crop in Europe and the lack of
ocean tonnage to move atocka of cane
sugar isolated In far away porta.
Granulated augar, home grown, was
being aold In Barcelona, Spain, during
the early summer at 10 cents a pound.
The price of brown sugar In Lisbon,
Portugal. Axed by governmental ordar,
was $1.04 to $1.12 a pound.
Hy comparison the price of bees
sugar In Sweden la 14 cents a pound.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In Hie District Court of Ihe Fifth Ju-;
dfoial District of the Slate of Idaho,
in and for the County of Power.
Fred Creasey, plaintiff, vs. Glenn
Creasey, defendant.
The 'State of Idaho sends greeting
to Glenn Creasey, the above named
defendant.
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in
the district court of the Fifth Judi
cial District of the State of Idaho. In
and for the county of Power, and that
you ure hereby directed to appear and
answer said complaint within thirty
days of the service of this summons If
served within said Judicial district and
within forty days if aerved elsewhere,
and you are further notified that this
action Is brought to dissolve the bonds
of matrimony existing between the
said plaintiff and defendant and that
tho property described In said com
plaint be declared to tie the sole and
separate property of the said plain
tiff. and that title thereof be quieted
In the said plaintiff, and you are fur
ther notified that unless you so ap
pear and answer said complaint within
tln> time specified the plaintiff will
take judgment aganst you as prayed
for In said complaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
said District Court, this 9th dav of
October, A. n. 1918.
tSeal.)
PAUL BULFINCH,
ClerV of the District Court.
By L B Hauschildt. Deputy
l> it Haunt. Attorney foe Plaintiff, re
siding at American Falls. Idaho
10-11, 18. 26; 11-8, 15.
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To the of
To the People of the Fifth Judicial
I have been nominated as a candi
date for district Judge of the Fifth Ju
dictai District, comprising the eoun
tise of Bannock, Bear Lake, Franklin,
Oneida and Power. I have served as
Judge of tills district for the past four
years. At the time I began my duties
the dockets of the court In the var
ious counties were so crowded and
congested, many of tho cases having
been upon the docket for a long time,
that It was impossible for two men j
to do the work. I claim that in the j
past three years of my services tha! j
I did the work of two men and did
twlee us much work as
District of the State of Iduho:
any man I
should do. By starting court early in
the morning and holding until late
at night I not only relieved tho con- j
gestion to an appreciable degree, but
by Intelligent management of the
court affairs I saved the people of
this district many thousands of dol
lars. and 1 would ask that you in
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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR BALK—Two fresh milk cows.
Jersey and Holstein: also team work
horses, ubout 1200 cacti Edward C.
Roberts, American Falls.
10-11-15
FOR SALK—60 tons alfalfa hay, first
and second cuttings, at Winona
Ranch, Falrview. Mrs Jack Fair,
121 B St., Salt Lake City, Utah.
FOR SALK One yearling buck and a
fine milk cow. Merl Imes. Ameri
can Falls.
10-4. 11
FOR SALE—1917 model Ford car in)
good condition, fully equipped. H. I
R. Wallis. 10-4. 8, 11. 15 |
LOST—Gold watch with name and
photograph in back. Henry Chtpp.
10-4, 8, 11.
American Falls
LOST—Black mare. 2 years old. bran
ded WC (quarter circle above and
below on right shoulder. $10
reward. Byard Campbell, Rockland. !
9-27 to 10-22 !
Idaho.
FDR SALE—Five passenger touring
car in good condition; five room
house and two lots; various artl
ces of furniture, large range, ta
bles. chairs, etc. Paul Bulftnch.
Money at Easy Terms on
First Class Farm
Property
Idaho Farm Lands for
Trade for Washing
ton Lands
J.F.Kosanke
American Fails, Idaho
quire of the county officials of your
county, who are familiar with the
court work, as to whether my state
ment is true or not. The population
of this judicial district Is more than
100,000, and there are more than 20,
000 voters scattered over a wide area,
so that if I had nothing else to do it
would be impossible for me to meet
but a small per centage of the voters
between now and election day. Any
person acting as judge of such a large
district for four years necessarily cre
ates enemies, as certain litigants, both
j civil and criminal, are dissatisfied
j with the rulings of the judge, and
j many of these look forward to elec
tion day as the time they can get
even
I for their grievances, but I trust the
voter will remember that when I pas
sed upon a case that I heard both sides
j of it, but you will be only told
side. I shall rely upon my four years'
record as judge of this district to se
[cure my reelection,
Respectfully submitted,
J. J. GUHKRN.
FOR SALE—Three lots. In block 19,
also two in block 27, priced right
Inquire of E. E. White. 10-4 8, 11, 15
FOR SALE—House and two lots one
block from high school; drilled well
and outbuildings. C M. Quigley.
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STRAYED- OR STOLEN—From my
ranch 16 miles east of American
Falls: 1 bay ' mare, 5 years old,
branded J 2 left shoulder. Liberal
reward. Notify Chas. F. Goss. F-tf
NOTICE.
All parties having bills against the
county must have them on file with
the county recorder on or before Sat
urday, October 12, to have them con
sidered at the October meeting of the
board.
PAUL BULFINCH,
County Auditor.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
County Commissioners of Power
County will on the 15th of October,
at 2 p. m., conduct a hearing on the
merits of the proposed herd district
in township 11, range 30, said land
lying west of Rockland, Idaho.
10 - 8 , 11
Clerk of the Board of County Com
missioners.
PAUL BULFINCH,
Ygoat milk
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(At Drug Stores)
Podtlvelv solves the problem
of infantile malnutrition,
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milk. Earner to M
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milk. More nu
tritious. richer .,
thicker, more A
natural
sugar.
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Licensed Auctioneers
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 181-J-2
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SAVE Y OlIR CASH RECEIPTS
AND RECEIVE YOUR 6 PER
CENT DISCOUNT
Sparks Meat Co.
Old False Teeth
wanted
WE WILL PAY UP TO $21.80 PER
set ( broken or not ). Send at once, cash sent
by return mail. Package held 6 to I 5 days
subject to sender's approvaiof our offer—
also highest prices paid for OLD OOLD
JEWELRY, GOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES,
PLATINUM and SILVER. (Cut out adv.)
United states
smelting Works. Inc.
950 Soldxmlth Bldg.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Opp. Post Office
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WE HAVE A
Large Sum of Money
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Available for
Farm and City Loans
At Good Rates
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BROWN & MOENCH
AMERICAN FALLS
IDAHO
Just a Few Things to Ponder Over
If it is good sense to expend THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS to
tect a $260 piano from the elements, would It no* be advisable in
greater degree to expend a small part of that amount in the protection
of the machinery and implements that made possible the purchase of
the piano.
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You would strain a tendom chasing a $200 BILL if you found
Boating around your premises. Of course you would—anybody would
Why then leave a $300 BINDER, a $1000 THRESHING MACHINE, A
$100 PLOW or a $150 MOWER in the field or the furrow to rot, rust
and deteriorate in preference to expending $100 for material for their
protection?
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While this is fresh in your mind look over your own place and see
it this applies to you. Get the habit of viewing your machinery as if
It were MONEY instead of something inanimate. IT IS MONEY, it cost
REAL MONEY and would take real money to replace. Give this stuff
a REAL CHANCE, the same square deal you gave the piano.
SEE
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American Falli, Idaho
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Get his free plans for machinery
sheds. Follow his advice. It will
mean MONEY
money saved is MONEY MADE.
IDAHO,
SAVED,
and
MAHurAC TUBCA»
Western Soft P/me
D. W. DAVIS
President
O. R. BAUM
Vice President
AARON ELLIOTT
Manager
ABSTRACTS
SURETY BONDS
CONVEYANCING
NOTARY PUBLIC
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American Falls,Idaho
>0 SURGERY
NO OSTEOPATHY
NO DRUGS
S. S. Murdock, d. c.
CHIROPRACTOR
SIDE ENTRANCE
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BAUGH HOTEL
Gradnate National School of Chiropractic.
Member Idaho State Chiropractors' Association.
Three Years Practice in Sonthern Idaho.
Two Years' Practice in American Falls.
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