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DR. ALTRKK
Dentist
♦ Phon« 72 - Evans Bank Bldg,
Lady Assistant




People and Events.
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Wheat Price* Per 100, llulk, Grades
I S and 8.
Turk*-» :,;,k lW'5 I'.2U » t I I
Turkey Rad, bleached » 22 3.17 3.10
Marquis ... 3 22 3 17 3 10
Marly Haart. Gold Coin
and Dluestem
'Mub. Hybrid ..
Sacked wheat, in good,
able sack*. 16c per 100 more.
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2.18 3.10 »03
marchant
Call at City News Stand for dally
paper* W. H. Dack.CIvll War veteran
-{ESS
The family of P A Friesen, who
live Just over the line In Bingham
county (Torn Cedar creek, are report-1
ed to be down with Influenza
Try oleomargarine. butter substi
tute; save 16c In 26c per pound.
11-12. 16
Blackburn's Meat Market,
Mrs. Hella Reed, librarian of the
public library, repueats all who have
books overdue to leave them In the
ho* In the entrance way
A seven and a half pound daugh
ter earns to gladden the home Of Mr
and Mrs Elmer Nye Sunday
('hartes Johnson and family are III
with Influenza The children of Mrs
Murhlrn came down flrat, and had
barely began to get well before other
members began coming ilown
David Burrell returned from Boise
Ratiirday, where he was secretary of
the Republican state central commit
Its. and during the Illness of chair
man Thomas, directed the campaign
Dr Noth Is gaining very fast and
will soon be able to go on a vacation
which be ha* earned several Brnos
«ver during the past ten years. He
began learning to walk again Matur
day. and made fair progress.
A nice aaiwirlnient of new «alt mack
erel. dried, pickled and honelc*» her
ring. whlteruh and *alno>n at Hpark*
Meat Market
tl 12. 16
Manager Soell of the Hotel Rem
ington for a «hört time Sunday wai
op and about the lobby It will lie
aevcral day* before he lakea lip hi*
dut lea again In the meantime Mr*
Hoe!I i* acting a* manager
We *1111 have aonm of that good
oauer kraut left. try »tune lie for« it
la all gone
11-12. 16
Blackburn'* Meat Market
M H Walker of Rockland, la $100
sh» In hi* credit* for Fourth Liberty
bond« M* received credit for Hock
land pur« hase*, hut not for a »Ion
bond putehaaed in American Fall*
f II Torrance «pent Runda» In the
Rockland valley In the interest of the
united »nr drive ami during the day
vlalt.d nine «cboni district* covering
«wore than 126 mile* with hi* car.
Pit]! Bolfinch left for I ootsvilliv
Kentucky Momlav morning to enter
an offW-ar*' training camp for the ar
tillery branch of the service. Mr
Hulflnch has been desirous of going
for a long time hut the other ment
be « > of 'he l.s-al exemption board
prevailed upon him to stay until the
late «It aft was over mid t tu- regi*
tient* had their order number* III*
M signait«« was riled with the cum
mission,-m two months ago. hh! ha*
n*q been acted upon end probably
not be, now that the war lias
Mr Mulfinrh re
import on t he 1 tth
He m»v be sent ha< k a* soon a* he sr
because the neeil f«>r more of
HI*
a 111
Wen declare«! off
C«i>e«l orders t<
rtvr*
f!c*-r* I«
deputy
«barge of the offb-e
not now apparent
Mrs llattsihiltlt is left In
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Sunny Valley
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For Good Bread
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Graham Flour
Barley
Cornmeal Mill Run Bran
Rye Sacks and Twine
Oats
GOVERNMENT
Grades—Prices— Discounts
Applied on All Purchases of
Wheat, Bulk or Narked
Buy War
Saving
Stamps
Buy
Liberty
Bonds
THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR
THE ELEVATOR THAT SERVES YOU BEST
Lewis C. Read and R. C. Kelly are
♦ ! visitors from Rockland today.

♦lat Sparks Meat Co.

Get some of the new sauer kraut
11-12-16


Mrs. Webb, mother of Mrs. Frank
Barnard, who is seriously 111 I* re
ported slightly improved.
New shipment of sslt. fish, codfish,
i iuckerel, salmon and whitings.
Blackburn's Meat Market.
I 11-12,16
, Miss Virginia Nunndlly, who came
^ from Halt f^ake to assist in the
,. an * n f f> r \ 0 th, returned Saturday
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M. J. Unger and Bob Kllsberry made
I a trip to Aberdeen Saturday They
found the "no admittance without a
mask" sign up ami working. The
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Janies Frodsham was a visitor from i +
Itiisklund yesterday, bringing news of +
'leath of Mrs Nathan Perry, from ^
Influenza Mr Frodsham reports the _
tmirh Mu . r , ha „ „ has
f ltr a month past.
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Isr'l supply of lard We also have all
> slxed palls of rottoisne and compound,
at Spark* Meat Co. 11-12-16.
Mrs A. It. Altree Is recovering from
| an attack of pneumonia, contracted
while she was taking care of suffer
era from Influenza In Rockland and
American Fall* Mrs Altree ha* with
out doubt done her part since the
cpidumlc began, ami her friends will
be glad to learn that she is recov
ering her health.
Elmer Drummond died at the hos
pital Monday morning at 2 o'clock,
after Buffering with Influenza for a
week Deceased Is survived by ' his
wife and three children, aged four
nvontha. four years and six years For
the past six years Mr and Mrs Drum
mond have been living on their ranch
ai Sublet! Hlnoe last spring Mr Drum
mond had been working In anil around
American Falls, and Mrs Drummond
had charge of the Pershing rooming
house. Funeral services were held
Monday afternoon, conducted by Wi
der W Hall, father of Mrs Drum
mond Interment took place In Fails
View cemetery.
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E. D Colcson of Roy was In Ameri
can Fall* yesterday attending to btia
Intws matter* laisl spring Mr Coleson
planted a field of corn on his ranch
east of Roy. and that corn matured
all right even though it was planted
at an altitude of 8000 feet Hut the
rancher reaped no harvest from the
field for the reason that his cattle
heat him to It during his absence from
the place. Still he ia satisfied that
corn can he successfully raised In the
foothill ranch and another year lie
will try It over again and aee to It
tliut his livestock wilt get the corn in
a civilized fashion, as behooves well
bred cattle
Mias Gweeuty, the nurse who came
from Burley to aealst In caring for the
Influenza victims at Kockluud when
the epidemic was nt Us height there
and who fell a victim to the dis
ease herself within a few days, re
turned to her home yesterday Mis*
Gweenty left realizing that she hud
fallen among friends during her Ill
ness and Is profuse in tier thanks for
the way she was eared for. Miss
Gweenty Is the only one of nine nur
ses who were headed for Power
county who ever reached their des
tination What became of the others
1* one of I lie mysteries They may
have been taken off the train be
fore they reached here to assist in
other localities, or may themselves
have fallen ill.
New* of the death of William Wal
ter was reeelved by wire Sunday. Mr
Walter wa* one of the early settlors
on the Care» tract north of Amer
lean Fall*, where he lived for about
eight year* Maint a y«uir and a half
ago he removed to California, local
ing a! Manhetm He was a substantial
und higtilv respected citizen Two
« hihlicn of Mr Walter are resident*
of Vmeriean Falls. Herman Walter
and Miss Esther Walter Mr* A C.
Haag another daughter, recently re
moved to Portland The cause of the
diath of Mr Walter is not known A
letter was
reived hv Miss Walter
Saturday, stating that If she would
■«• h«>r father alive she must come
a( once in Ing only startl'd on the w ay
recovery from influenza she could
ti
not go.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Vogel, who arrived
from California last week had a rather
hard trip of what It was thought would
be an outing. They drove through and
found miserable roads most of the
way. Between here and Twin Falls the
roads were good, and they are prais
ing Idaho on their account. Mr. Vo
gel had the end of a thhmb taken off
in putting the chains on his car and
had to retrace his road for twelve
miles to get the Injury attended to.
They were two weeks and three days
In coming through.
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Card of Thanks.
I desire to extend my thanks for
tlie tunny acts nf kindness and as
sistance during the recent illness of
myself and family, and for the great
consideratloln shown on the death of
Mrs Roy.
LAWRENCE ROY.
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Sheriff Jeffries was a visitor from 1
American Fallls Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Caton Wall moved Into
Pocatello Thursday for the winter
Mr Oils Brahmstadt was In Ameri
can Falla Saturday attending a meet
ing of the hoard of commissioners
Raldo Woods, 14-year-old son of Mr
and Mrs Heber Woods, died Tuesday
of pneumonia induced by influenza.
The young man had been ill only 11
days. The remains were laid to rest
at Valley View cemetry
Mrs John Bowen returned Tuesday
from Pocatello, where Mr and Mrs
Bowen were called by the death of
a little grandhaughter. Wanda Smith,
only daughter of Mrs, Annie Smith.
While at Pocatello Mr Bowen received
word of the serious illness of bis
daughter Blanche, of Blue Creek. He
left immediately for lier bedside, she
dying shortly after his arrival The de- |
ceased was well known here, having
resided here for a number of years un
til her marriage a few years ago. She
leaves five sisters, two brothers and her
parents beside u husband and two
small children, one an infant, and two
small step-children to mourn her loss.
The friends of Mr and Mrs. Bowen
Join In sympathy In this hour of their
sorrow
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tit BO* NEWS.


Newell Leishman and Frank Turner
«re both recovering from a serious
siege of pneumonia. Both had to tie op
erated on to belter their rendition
Richard Bundy Is now able to sit up
a little after several weeks Illness
with pneumonia
Flu conditions locally nre on the
mend. All eases are very light now and
only a case now and then breaking out
Eynon Davis went to Pocatello last
Thursday on business.
Mrs Ernest Poppy received a lot
U't from her sou Ernest, that he was
confined to a hospital somewhere in
Franee. having reeelved a wound in
I tie head which necessitated a short
detention. The wound was not consid
ered serious and he expected soon to
he back at his post again.
Mias Nina Keeler ns-ently received
a letter from her cousin. Miriam Hal
Ill, that lie was In a hospital, having
been slightly wounded. He is some
where In Franee. Miriam made his
home here a few yarn ago with the
Keelers.
Joey Kvun* Is reported much het
1er
Mrs John Lusk cam« over from Ma
lm! Monday to help care for her son,
Dave Lusk, who was quite ill with In
fluenza. hut 1* improving Dr Epson of
Mnlad was the attending physielau.
Election day was quiet here, due to
the flu h) t mi t ion and fold weather,
many losing their votes on account of
ll'llCHH.
Omnia Smith.
In the passing away of Wanda ;
Smith, little daughter of Mrs Annie
Smith, one Is reminded of a liny rose
bud which conies to life, and being
too frnll to wtthstund the wintry blast,
folds its petals only to bloom again at
some futur« day. Little Wanda was
th«> only girl in a family of two boys.
Though the place In the home is vacant
there Is always the tender, gentle
memory which Is still with and around
w ho loved her best
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NOVEMBER SPECIALS
Ladies' and Children's Winter Coats
During the remainder of the month we are offering exceptional values
in Coats, values that could not be duplicated with present market conditions as they
We have a large assortment of Cloth and Plush Coats to choose from
and we urge that you make your selection now, while the beSt selling Styles are in Stock
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HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE.
I will sell at private sale during
the next two or three weeks at my
home near the railroad bridge, all
of my household furniture, consist
ing of Monarch range, Peninsular
radiator heating stove, dining table
apd chairs, rockers, rugs, beds, mat
tresses. sanitary cohch, chiffonier,
dresser, dishes and numerous other
articles.
Phone 12J.
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QBO. T. WILSON.
IT CAN'T BE /AY BACK.!
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"It can't be my back," is an old
talc. It is made by people that do
not understand the Importance of
their hack—back bone—spine—In
relation to health and sickness.
The spine is the distributing cen
ter of vital life-force of the body.
The nerves that supply your body
with life force, or power, pass thru
your spine. Put your spine out of
commission and your body from
there down will be out of commis
sion, in the case of a broken back.
If It were your neck that were
broken, death would he the result,
because your whole body would be
put out of commission by the bro
ken neck pressing on the spinal
cord, the nerve cable, culling off
vital life-force from your body. If
you bait a pressure to a lesser de
gree ou the nerves going to your
stomach, would it not put your
stomach out of commission? If that
pressure decreased the life-force
going to ytotiT stomach, 20 pier
cent, as long as what you ate took
but HO |ier cent life-force to digest
it, you would not have any symp
tom of Indigestion; but if you ate
a meal ihat needed 85 per cent
llfe-foree to digest It, you would
have Indigestion, because your
stomaeh had only 80 per cent to do
the work with.
As It Is with your stomach, so it
is with all other organs and parts
of your body. Come to me and I
will prove to you that for every
abnormal condition you liuve in
your body you also have an abnor
mal condition In your spine, which
decreases the amount of vital life
force going to the abnormal organs
or parts, causing the abnormali
ties. Have the abnormal parts of
your spine corrected and you will
■tot well
Try It.
Dr. Geo. A. Wilson
The Chiropractor
Wanes Bldg.
Phone 7->V.
MARTENS BROS.
Licensed Auctioneers
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 181-J-3
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SAVE YOUR FASH RECEIPTS
AND RECEIVE YOUR 5 PER
CENT DISCOUNT
Sparks Meat Co.
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Teach Your Dollar To
Have More Cents
This means that you should be thrifty, but not stingy.
That you should look for full value, but not be afraid
to buy. •
That you should trade where you get
The Most For Your Money
That, because we have undertaken to
most for your money, to the best of our ability
give you the
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You Should Trade With Us
FREE DELIVERY of orders amounting to $10
or more
SKAGGS CASH GROCERY
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At First National Bank
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CLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED—-Girl for general house
work. Inquire H F. Fitzpatrick tf
LOST—Pair of pliers, tape on handle.
Return to Idaho Power Co. office/
Receive reward.
11-12 15
TAKEN UP—Five head cattle, right !
ear cropped and V mark in same !
ear. John Martens, American Falls. |
LOST—Between Burley and American
Falls one brown neck piece. Leave
at office of W. R. Griswold and re
ceive reward.
11-12-15
TAKEN UP—One white pig about 3
months old; Inquire of Ed. Knecht,
3 miles east of American Falls.
FOR SALE—Purebred Rhode Island
Red pullets. L Comstock, phone
11 - 8-12
176-J-2.
LOST—Black
gauntlet automobile
glove. Finder please return to Ches
ter Greene..
11-5, 8
FOR SALE—Electric washer, nearly
new, cheap for cash. See Ray Tun
ison at Baugh Hotel, evenings, or
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TAKEN UP—By Jacob Neu, one Cotts
wold ram. Owner can have same
by calling at his place about eight
miles west of town, paying damages
and the cost of advertising.
Anthony at Power Co.
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FOR SALE—Good house and two lots,
house partly furnished; 1 block from
'High School; good well on premises.
Terms, part cash, balance easy pay
ments. Call at Oneida Elevator. C.
'M. Quigley.
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Your Eye Sight
Might be perfect for dis
tance yet robbing your
body of nerve force and
causing headaches, diz
ziness and nerve de
rangement. Better have
them properly attended
to by a reliable special
ist. See
Dr. H. H. Scarborough
At tbe Remington Hotel
Monday, November 18 th
Let him stop your head
aches.

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