We have a good line of Wool Blankets at prices
One Price to All
Next to Schwarz Bros. Billiard Parlor
that are very reasonable. Also a fine assortment of Ladies and Men's House
Slippers. Come in and look them over.
Some of them are on display in our north window now
Home of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes
Hats at Half Price
Our entire stock of Women's,
Misses' and Children's Hats at
just one-half the regular price
These Hats are all new this season. We have
no old stock.
HOWLAND'S VARIETY STORE
ItM. 4 IT UK F.
♦ 1'bons 71 - Evans Hank lllds ♦
People and Events.
0. H. I» TIME CARD.
t H.llmuml, Ar.
No.« 1:10 a.m N.* s.l 8:26 a.m.
No IS 10:45 a in No 1» 1:10 p.m
No 4 S: K p m s„ & p.m. .
0:16 pin No. 17 ....7:06 p.m.
Wheal Price« Per MM). Hulk. Grade«
I, i aad &.
Turkey Red. dark »3 26 13.20 »2.12
Turkey lied, bleached 3 22 3 17 3.10
Marquis .. .
Karl; Haart. Gold Coin
•Mub. Hybrid ...... -1
(lacked wheat. In Rood, merchant
able sacks, 16c iter 100 more.
3.22 3 17 3 10
3.1» 3.14 3 07
3 16 3 10 3.03
Mrs. Hailing Is reportad to be ill
papers W II Dark.ClvIl Wsr veteran
Dr George A Wilson was a Poca
trtlo visitor yesterday.
Call at City News Stand for dully
Major Ibirn« was here from Boise
yesterday In the interests of the Third
U*t some of the new sauer kraut
at Hpark» Meat C«
Miss Walsh who has been Ml for
the pa*i two weeks with influenza.
Is able ti* he about once more.
Hr.*« n a VtoeiM-h have
fbeir ..ffb, til the Wright building,
wb»*i I hey share with Du hl borg«
He -tire and tr> a box of our fum y
apple» 12 per box ami upward at
It l, 1*1 *
\o word ha« been received (mm
Paul Bulftmh mince he left for the
offner - » training taint» Monday. It la
not known whether In was Intercepted
by a wire er ma Whether he gets tin*
benefit <»f training or not. It will he a
ru«««« Cfcfth t«r«H'*ry
nie« trip for him.
For Good Bread
Graham Flour Cornmeal Mill Run Bran Oats
Barley Rye Sacks and Twine
Grade* — Prices—Discounts
Applied on All Purchases of
Wheat, Hulk or Sacked
THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR
THE ELEVATOR THAT SERVES YOU BEST
Ernest Jone« came up from Hoek
Isnd y, terduy He is not «trong yet.
lint lit« appetite indicates that he Ih
making a good recovery.
II 12. 15
Try oleomargarine, butter substl
Hlaekhurn's Meat Market
The faintly or I* A. Priesen, who
were reported 111 with Influenza last
week, huvo been brought to the hos
pital here They are reported to be
Miss Hazel laiwor of Roy is rnoov.T
lug from a «loge of tnflueuza and
pneumonia. For-a time the young
lady was very 111 and It was doubtful
if «he would recover.
New shipment of «alt fish, codfish,
mackerel, salmon and whiling«
Hlackburti'a Meat Market
Walter Larue, who left here a few
months ago. returned this week and
will reopen his cigar and ncwM stand
and shining parlors He will In* open
for business at the old stand Saturday.
A nice assortment of new «ait mack
erel, dried, pickled and boneless her
ring. w bitefi«h Hint hu I hi* *ii. at Hpnrks
11 12. 16.
Ezra Harwell of Crystal was In
American FjiIIm Wednesday attending
to business affairs. He Informed th<
Press that his son. Bldred. one of
the soldier« of Power county, lias
been in France for the puhI two months
Rau ,, r kmiit left.
: is all gone
I f. 12. 15
We «till have some of I lint good
try some before it
lllaiMuirn's Meat Murket.
Rev Hlelianls. during the ban on
meeting«, has been at Ills former pas
'orate, at Vllscl. Oregon While there
he harvested his potato crop and de
veloped an appetite which would he
frowned upon by Mr Hoover and oth
*' r particular people The exercise was
apparently harmful i
Vlr ami Mrs J T Walts received a
letter from their son. Sergeant Law
relive Watts, Wednesday. The soldier
I« working tu the transportation ser
* ill the French giverumetit
Ml men lu the American forces who
have experience in transportation, be
It wagon, car, trink or railroading,
are eagerly snapped up by the allied
armies U tin» time Sergeant. Watts
wrote the letter he was engaged »lav
and night in making up military trains
In a,le, I for the front
The many friend« of Mr. and Mrs.
Jos H Morris, formerly of Neeley, will
be glad to learn of u nine pound baity
hoy In their family, born October 27.
They have six girls, and the coming
of a hoy makes the bishop wear a
smile that won't come off. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris are now living at McCammon.
The Influença epidemic appears to
be checked In American Fall« and !
the near vicinity. It Is also reported j
to he le«« frequent in outlying parts !
of the county However, the ban on ,
public meeting« and on schools has j
not been ralsml. The state hoard of |
health has decided to he slow about j
raising the hull, believing that a lit- :
tie caution Ih the better policy.
A. A. Friesen was In from Cedar
Creek settlement Wednesday and re ;
ports an experience that wbh common I
to many people ill all parts of the
county. Seven members of his family
were down w ith influenza at the sain*' !
time, leaving him the only one to be j
up. He had their care and the care
of the farm as Veil, as it. was impos- ;
«Ihle to get anyone to ukhIsI at that j
The local iixempkm hoard has re
ceived instruct ions to discontinue the
sending of questlonalres to registrant«
above 4t> years of age but to proceed
with the classification of all under
tliut age. It 1« probable this Is only
a precautionary act and will not mean
that any of the lust registrants will
lie called, unie«« the unexpected hap
lien« and it becomes necessary to |«>
lice Germany and discipline the Bol
Now is the time to lay In your win
ter's supply of lard We also have all
sized pails of eottolone and compound,
a* Spark« Meat Co.
C II. Torrance and Mike Unger
were in Crystal and Arbon valley the
first of the week in the interest of
the United War Drive The people In
those Mo tions of the county are doing
their full share in Ibis work and arc
doing It cheerfully. Mr. Torrance and
Mr Unger went as far up as Hawkins
l anin They found Mg «tacks of grain
waiting the threshing outfits there. |
SUGGESTIONS for CHRISTMAS
BOX for the BOYS OVERSEAS
Care must be taken in selection on account of the strid rules as to weight, size, contents,
and other regulations. We offer the following suggestions, which
comply with all Red Cross specifications
Handkerchiefs Trench Mirrors Shoe Laces Gloves
Chri&mas Cards Hose Ties Ink Tablets Candy
Pipes Tobacco Cigarets Chewing Gum Gem Razors
Nut and Milk Chocolate Kerchiefs Radiolite Watches
FALL CREEK MERCANTILE CO.
the farmer« up that way having been
«uccesaful in raising splendid crops
ibis year. Mr. Mittlestedt, one of the
Hawkins basin farmers, last spring
turned over a team to his two sons,
12 and 14 years old respectively, ond
told them to go down the canyon,
rent a piece of land, and seed it to !
barley. The boys followed Instruc
tions and made a good job of it. as
attested by three big Btaks of barley I
in the field. It is estimated that these
slacks contain 1200 bushels.
ft. Klldew, who owns a ranrh Just
around the point of the mountain east
of Roy, was in Wednesday with a
load of wheat. He is well pleased with
the yield of his acres this year. The
drive from hiH ranch to American
Fulls Is somewhat lengthy In hours
when done by team, but it is proba
ble that the hours will be shortened
by meuns of a truck before many more
crops are raised on this mountain
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Malcolm of
Itoy, left for Mead, Washington,
Thursday. The mother of Mr. Malcolm
Is very ill and the son was sent for.
lie intends to return In a week or ten
days to dis|K>se of his household goods
und livestock at a public sale. He will
retain ownership of the ranch. His
intention is to locate in the state of
Washington. Mrs. Malcolm will re
main at Moud witli the mother of Mr.
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
Dr. H. H. Scarborough
At the Remington Hotel
Monday, November 18th
Let him stop your head
Money at Easy Terms on
First Class Farm
Idaho Farm Lands for
Trade for Washing
J. F. Kosanke
American Falls, Idaho
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Teach Your Dollar To
Have More Cents
This means that you should be thrifty, but not stingy.
1 hat you should look for full value, but not be afraid
That you should trade where you get
The Most For Your Money
That, because we have undertaken to give you the
most for your money, to the best of our ability
You Should Trade With Us
FREE DELIVERY of orders amounting to $10
SKAGGS CASH GROCERY
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HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE.
1 will sell at private sale during
the next two or three weeks at my
heme near the railroad bridge, all
of my household furniture, consist
ing of Monarch range, Peninsular
radiator beating stove, dining table
and chairs, rockers, rugs, beds, mat
tresses, sanitary cohch, chiffonier,
dresser, dishes and numerous other
11-12, 15 19 22
GEO. T. WILSON.
_I—Bulck roadster. Inquire ;
of Oliver & McKown Hardware Co.
FOR RENT—Modern five room house.
Inquire of Mrs. Gish, West Hotel.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Inquire H F. Fitzpatrick tfi
LOST—Pair of pliers, tape on handle
Return to Idaho Power Co. office.
LOST—I^probe In front of Black
burn's old market. Return to Press
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
TAKEN UP—One white pig about 3
of American Falls.
:t miles east
FOR SALE—Electric washer, nearly
new, cheap for cash. See Ray Tun
ison at Baugh Hotel, evenings, or
I Anthony at Power Co.
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.
SAVE YOUR CASH RECEIPTS
AND RECEIVE VOI R 5 PER
Sparks Meat Co.
* C. F. SCHILTZ
Physician and Surgeon
Office, Wones Bldg.
American F'alls : : Idaho ♦
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* R. F. NOTH, M. I).
Office Schmidt Building
* American Falls
+ FARM LOANS AT SEVEN PER ♦
+ Quickest Action—Liberal Op- ♦
At First National Bank
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