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NO SURGERY
NO OSTEOPATHE
NO DRUGS
S. S. Murdock, I). C.
CHIROPRACTOR
SIDE ENTRANCE
BAUGH HOTEL
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Graduate National School of Chiropractic.
Member Idaho State Chiropractors' Association.
Three Years Practice in Southern Idaho.
Two Years' Practice in American Falls.
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People and Events.
O. S. L. TIME CARD.
Eastbound, Ar.
No. 6 .3:10 a.m. No. S3 ....8:25 a.m.
No. 18 ....10:45 a.m. N'o. 19 ....1:10 p.m.
No. 4
No. 84
Westbound, Ar.
8:15 p.m. No. 5 ....3:25 p .m.
9:16 p.m. No. 17 ....7:06 p.m.
Wheat Prices Per 100, Bulk, Grades
1, 2 and ,'i.
Turkey Red, dark.$3.25 $3.20 $3.13
Turkey Red, bleached.. 3.22 3.17 3.10
Marquis .
Early Baart, Gold Coin
and Bluestem . 3.19 3.14 3.07
Club, Hybrid .
Sacked wheat, in good,
able sacks, 15c per 100 more.
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merchant -1
Wear masks and stop spread of
•disease.
C. Lee French, candidate for audi
tor and recorder.
Dr. Noth is improving slowly, but is
still very weak.
Vote for R. O. Jones, for Probate
Judge on the republican ticket.—Advt.
Chester Greene went to his wheat
ranch near Fort Hall Wednesday.
George S .Butler, Republican can
date for Auditor and Recorder.—Advt.
W'ear masks and stop spread of
disease.
DeWitt Brown, chief clerk of the
local draft board, is down with In
fluenza.
Call at City News Stand for daily
papers. W. H. Dack. Civil War Vet
eran.
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O. R. Baum is getting along nicely
and well be out soon, from every in
dication.
Car of apples at the Fall Creek. !
They are fine quality and extra heavy j
pack.
Mrs. Gebhard, of Rockland, died at
the Bethany Deaconess Hospital on
Thursday, in childbirth.
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Vote for R. S. Anderson, Democrat
ic candidate for Probate Judge.—Advt.
10-29—11-1
Wear masks and stop spread of j
disease.
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GOVERNMENT
Grades—Prices—Discounts
Applied on All Purchases of
Wheat, Bulk or Sacked
Buy
Liberty
Bonds
Buy War
Saving
Stamps
THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR
THE ELEVATOR THAT SERVES YOU BEST
Wear masks and stop spread of
disease
Moses Kinnear, of Rockland, is
said to be very ill with influenza, hav
j n g developed pneumonia.
Call at City News Stand for daily ,
papers. W. H. Dack, Civil War Vet
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Mr. and Mrs. Martin Garn returned 1
from Rockland yesterday, where they
had been assisting with the sick.
Vote for R. O. Jones, the republican
candidate on the republican ticket, for
Probate Judge.—Advertisement.
Ernest Jones, who is down with
influenza, is reported to be quite sick,
and is threatened with pneumonia.
Vote for R, O. Jones, for Probate +
Judge, who, tho a farmer is qualified. +
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W. L. Newton and son, Walter, are
! out again after a severe attack of the
influenza.
Call at City News Stand for daily
papers. W. H. Dack. Civil War Vet
eran.
Mrs. L. H. Dorne is here from Butte,
making final proof on her homestead.
She reports influenza conditions in
Butte very bad.
A few boxes of Délirions apples at
Skaggs Cash Grocery. If you want
something fine better try a box of
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these.
Mrs. Lawrence rov, of Roy, died of
influenza yesterday. Mr. Roy and the '
children are ill and have been re
moved to a hospital.
Buy your apples at the Fall Creek
Jonathans and McIntosh Red for im
mediate use, also Romes and New
towns.
C. T. Contan: is making satisfactory
progress with hi6 influenza, and hopes
to be out in time to vote for his choice .
for prosecuting attorney.
Call at City News Stand for daily
; papers. W. H. Dack. Civil War Vet
j eran.
Mrs* Martin Garn received word
yesterday that a brother in Ohio is
very sick, and she is planning to leave
for his bedside tomorrow.
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The entire family of Andrew May.
of Rockland, are down with influ- ...
enza. They are reported to be getting
along as well as could be expected.
Henry Reiman was down from Roy
t Wednesday and reported that the
I family of Lawrence Roy were were
down with influenza. Mrs. Roy being
very sick.
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Skaggs Cash Grocery has Just re
ceived another half car of fancy ap
ples. These are fully as good, if not
I better, than the last car and >x>u
I should order your winter's supply
now.
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! L. L. Evans. Jr., is said to haTe a
severe type of influenza and to be
quite a sick man, Mrs. Evans has a
: lighter form. They are being cared
I for by Mrs. W. W. Becksted.
I have served two years in the
treasurer's office of Logan County,
; Kansas, where a large part of the
work of the assessor and auditor was
combined with the work of the treas- j
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urer.
T shall appreciate the support of the
voters of the county for auditor and
recorder. George 3. Butler.
\RK THEKE OTHERS?
day
The published list of subscribers to ered
the Fourth Liberty lyian did not con
'ain the following names that should ed
$100 ,
100
have been included:
H. A. Lang
Mrs. H. A. I-an g .
Mrs. George p. Cronkhite
Are there others?
R. B. GREENWOOD, Chairman.
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(HANGE IN SUGAR REGULATIONS
Mr. M. M. Myers, Power County's
genial food administrator, has receiv- a "
ed official notification -hat there will TNe
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be no more sugar available for fruit
canning in Idaho this year. He has
also been notified that the restaurant
allotment has been increased from
two pounds per ninty meals to three
pounds per ninety meals.
And further that the individual al
lotment has been increased from two
pounds per person per month to three
pounds per person per month, and
that families may purchase at one
rime without special permit a month's
allowance figured on the above basis,
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ELECTION PLACE C HANGED.
Owing to the influenza epidemic
and the advisability of having a roomy
place for holding the election to avoid
crowding, the polling place for Amer
ican Falls precinct is hereby changed
to the Auditorium.
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fcpve been several calls for physicians
hut due to the influenza at Rockland, ers.
American Fails. Malad and vicinity,
the doctors can not come when first
called, but Dr. Schütz of American
Falls and Dr. Ray are doing their
best for the sufferers, coming out and
whenever they possibly can.
an urgent call for doctors here c -ery p d
day.
W 3 SPARKS,
Chairman Board of County Commis
sioners.
PAUL BULFIN' CH, Cl erk.
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There Is an influenza epidemic here
in Arbon. Several families of six and
eight to a family, are all down. There
There is
Mr Perry Howell came down w.th
the influenza Saturday
Mrs. Mable Catherine Floyd wife leach
of E. L. Floyd, of Arbon. died last to
Thursday at their home here of pneu
monia. after an illness of short dura
tion. Remains were taken to Poca
tello. where funeral services were
held Friday afternoon. Deceased was
a lovable woman, wife and mother
and is survived by her husband and
five small children: also a brother,
Harry Hill of this place.
The family of Frank C. Turner have
been seriously ill with influenza, all
being down at once. Mrs. Arbon and
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ror tnem -
Rennie Evans took the U. S. mail
to Pocatello last Friday, as all of
Heber Wood's family were ill with
the Spanish flu.
Dr. Ray. of Malad, came over Sun
day morning to the home of Mr. Geo.
Bandy. His son. Richard, was seri
ously ill wi;h pneumonia, but Dr. Ray
thinks he has a chance to recover has
now. although his left lung is badly
affected. the
Mr. C. D. Porter. Orville Porter and one
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1rs . ^ & ^ el ' iemann are quite ill
at the Porter home with influenza
Mrs. Porter, who had been ill in bed I
with the same thing, had to get up to and
nurse the others.
Mrs. Melvin Bailey has been quite
ill with influenza, but is recovering
now.
Mrs. James Payne, who had been ill
with influenza, is reported much bet
ter. Her husband and little daughter j
are now ill In bed.
The family of E. H. Davis are all j
taking turns with the "flu." two or
three being down in bed at a time.
Dr. Davis is away on a hunting trip
and doesn't know of the sickness at
home
Mr. Newell Leishemann is slowly
recovering from a severe attack of j
: influenza.
Mr. Cotant of American Falls, brot |
two of his thresher crew back Friday. ;
they having recovered from a slight
attack of influenza. All of the crew
took sick and had to be taken to |
! town for medical aid. the thresher
j having to lay idie for two weeks.
There are several waiting to have
their grain threshed as soon as the j
Cotant machine can resume work
Messrs. T. B. and L. B. Evans re- j
; ceived word of the death of their j
■ brother. I. B. Evans, at Preston. Sat- i
! urday nioring of pneumonia. They !
left Saturday to attend the funeral, j
! I B. Evans was well known by many j
; of the old timers here. His daughter, i
Miss Mary Evans, taught at the Paul- |
ine school here last term. A sister. (
Mrs. John Noble, resides at Pauline j
The Davis store is closed until the j
family <rf E. H. Davis recover from
their seige of sickness. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brahmstadt are *
! ill w ith influenza Also the children
of Emmett Lee. i
Miss Mae Ripley received a letter'
: from her brother, Ralph, who is in
i training at the university at Moscow.)
that there w'ere forty cases of the flu
there. He has escaped it so far. j
Brig Bowen of Arbon. and Richard
Thomas and Wm Abrams of Pauline.'
left Tuesday for Fort Rosecrans. Cal
ifornia. to go into training for Uncle
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Monev at Easy Terms on
First Class Farm
Property
Idaho Farm Lands for
Trade for Washing
ton Lands
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J. F. Kosanke
American Falls, Idaho
Residents of the valley awoke Fri
day morning to Jind the ground cov
ered with snow,
Mr Lltz of American Falls, return
ed from American Falls Friday night,
where he went to recover from the
influenza.
Mr and Mrs. D. Daniels of Pauline,
received word Sunday of 'he death
of their son, John, at Camp Fremont,
California His death was due to the
Spanish influenza. The young man
left here about six weegs ago, on draft
eall. The body was sent to Malad for 1
hurial. About seven weeks ago Mr i
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TNe sympathy of their many friends Is
extended to the bereaved family.
Dr. Hartviggen, of McCammon, was j
summoned here last week to attend |
Mrs. Floyd ; also several other people ;
who were afflicted with severe cases
o< la grippe or Spanish influenza.
E. H. Davis, Lucien McLarry. Roy !
L'ndley and Joe Arbon left last week,
for the wilds of Wyoming in search of
big game.
Mr. Win. Allard motored to Rock- 1
land via American Falls, on a bus!-1
ness trip last Wednesday
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To the Voter» of Power C ounty.
Being a candidate for re-election to ;
the office of County Assessor. I desire
to make a brief statement relative to
my candidacy.
Having served you for a period of
five years as assessor, I am Aery
familiar with conditions in all parts
of the county, being personally
aquainted with practically all the
taxpayers and have knowledge of
most of the property owned by them, !
Also am aquain'ed with the assess
meats in the surrounding counties
from attending meetings of he .Sta'e
Board of Equalization
During my term in office. I have
endeavored to assess all property on
an equal basis to the best of my abil- j
ity and have tried to get a list and
the property the large
interests as well as the small* r farm
ers. and have been criticised' for tak- e
the trouble of going to the Port- !
neuf river and counting a bunch of!
cattle I had right to believe had not
been given in for taxation correctlv
and where I found there
p d and was evidentlv escaping taxa
were some !
1900 head of such cattle were not list
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tion.
I have taken similar action several {
times throughout the county and on t
leach occasion have added considerable j
to the tax rolls. '
I have also been criticised for hav- I
ing a deputy in my office doing my }
work for me, and want to take this |
opportunity of denying this statement J
I had D. G. Brown employed in my {
office during the spring when it was j
necessary for me to be in the field. }
but have not had him employed since |
July 1st., when the tax roll was
turned over to the county auditor, al- {
though he has been employed by the »
auditor since that time in assisting on !
the tax rolls, and as clerk to the local
draft board, but has not been employ
ed by me. neither has his salary been
charged to my office.
Owing to a scarcity of room in the
auditor's office, Mr. Brown has been
doing some of his work in my office »
which gives some people an opportun
ity of saying he is in my employ.
During my term as assessor there
complaints 1
has not been over six
made to the board of equalization, and
the board has never made more than
one or two changes in my assess
menu.
If the voters of thip,county feel that
I have been fair in my assessments
and treatment. I will appreciate your \
support for re-election next Tuesday, i
O. F CROWLEY.
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TAKEN UP—By Jacob Neu. one Cott»
CLASSIFIED ADS
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FOR SALE—Two Does with six young
Inquire at Press Office. •
wold ram. Owner can have same ,
by calling at his place about eight
miles west of town, paying damages
and the cost of advertising.
TAKEN UP—At my place south of
American Falls. 2-year-old red steer
some white on face and jaws. No
brands or marks visible. Owner
can have same by paying advertis
ing and cost of keep. Heber W.
Dille.
FOR SALE—Electric washer, nearly [
LOST—Small black purse. Finder !
please leave at Falls Pharmacy,
10-29—11-1
HELP WANTED—We want Sales Rep- !
resentatives in everv town in Idaho j
we prefer men who' have sold stock
insurance, real estate, books, or ,
who have had no sales experience j
but would like to develop into sales- !
men. We train every applicant
accepted and provide a system that
will er.^h'e anvone who works to
make from $75.00 to $150.00 perl
week. Can also use women of ex
ceptional abilitv. Position perraa- I
nent In applying: state age. past
business experience, number of —
years you have lived in community.
and references Address in cou
fidence. KANE MFG. CO. 1036-37 j J
l. C. Smith Bldg . Seattle Wash,
10-25-29_11-1
new. cheap for cash. See Ray Tun
iso n at Baugh Hotel, evenings, or
Anthony at Power Co.
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LOST—Black mare. 2 years old. bran- i
ded WC (quarter circle above and
below on right shoulder. $10
reward. Byard Campbell. Rockland
9-27 to 10-22
Idaho.
FOR SALE—House and two lots one
block from high school: drilled well
and outbuildings. C M. Quigley.
TRAYED OR STOLEN—From my
ranch 16 miles east of American
Falls: 1 bay mare. 5 years old
branded J 2 left shoulder. Libera!
reward. Notify Chas. F. Goss. F-tf
SHEEP FOR SALE—In lots to suit
purchaser, on reasonable terms.
Fall Creek Sheep Co. ll-l-2t
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