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OR. ALTBEB
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People and Event«.
f). 8. L. TIME CARD.
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Westbound, Ar.
3:10 a m. No. 83 ....8:36 a.m.
Eastbouud, Ar.
No. 6
No 18 .10:45 a m. No. 19 .1:10 p.m. !
No 4 I
No 84
...1:16 p.m. No. 6 ....3:36 p.m.
9:16 pm. No 17 ...7:06 p.m.
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Wheat Prices Per 100, Bulk, Grades '
1, 3 and 3.
Turkey Red. dark 33.26 $3 20 $3 13
Turkey Rad, bleached . 3.23 3.17 3.10
Marquis
Early Haart, Gold Coin
and Bluest am
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3 22 3.17 3.10
3 19 3.14 3.07
3.16 3.10 3.03
merchant
Club, Hybrid
Backed wheat. In good,
able aacka. 16c per 100 more.
J. M l-ambert and family have re
moved to Burley
Mr and Mrs. M Palmer are arrang
ing to move to town for the winter.
Call at City News Stand for dally
papers W H. Dack,Civil War veteran.
Mis* Florence Barber, who wae
among the flu casualties, is able to
be up
A. M. Gish began work Monday, as
subscription collector and solicitor for
tbs Press
O. S Wennslrom, assistant cash
ier of the First National, is able lo be
on duty again
Saturday will be the last day for
mailing Christmas packages to the
•»Idlers overseas
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Manuel and L. K Adolf want to
Arbon yesterday to bring home a
small feed grinder
Mrs Carl Dahlberg, who lias been
quite III with the flu. Is able to be up
•nd around the house.
Warren Grothe, who had been a flu
Mtienl at the hospital, was able U> be
taken home Wednesday.
D. W Davis returned from Boise,
yesterday, where he had been seeking
a residence to move into.
Mr and Mrs, K It Dampler of Ru
pert. wore Thanksgiving guests of
Mr and Mrs O. R. Baum.
C l-ee French was advised by wire,;
Tuesday, that his sister-in-law at
Montpelier la not expected to live
Senator L L Evans, who had been j
•petidltig a few days In Malad, re- |
turned to American Falls yesterday
Mrs. Fart» Baker, who ha» been the
gue»t of Mr. and Mr» Maurice Myers,
returned to her home at Boise Wed
nesday
A W Davis and family have moved
from the ranch to town for the win
ter.
Hook residence
They are occupying the Frank
I*r AHree relumed from Burley
Wednesday Me has arranged to re
move to Burley, and exi>eota to leave
about the first of the month
Mrs Bert Blackburn, who has been
visiting her parent». Mr and Mrs.
Dutro. at Portland. Oregon, for the
past several week», la home
Ml»» F Nettle Klee, who ha» been
numbered with the flu victims for the
(ia»t ten day*. 1» able to he up again
and will »oou be In the treasurer'»
r fib « again
Nevi week I» the special War Sav
ing« Stamp drive for Power county.
Hie campaign will be conducted by
Hie Council of Defense under the lead
eishlp of K S Anderson
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The public library will «pen Satur
day afternoon from 3 to 5 for the dis
tribution of book* only, and will be
open every afternoon thereafter ex
c« pt Fridays. The reading room will
tvtiialn closed for some time yet.
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buy an unknown
brand of flour
and hope for
the best
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Buy Yellowstone
Sunny Valley
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and be sure of good results
THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR
The Elevator That Serves You Best
J. S. Abercrombie, who has been
lone of the dangerously sick influenza
victim«, Is improving rapidly.
had a close call.
fie
Arnold Wiertzba, the •Mickle" In
the Press office, who has been absent
from his post of duty on account of
the flu, is getting along nicely.
Mrs. J. P. Volght has developed a
very serious type of Influenza and her
friends are alarmed about her condi
tion. Mr. Voight Is Improving, and
their son. Bob, has practically recov
«red.
Mrs. A. Johnson of Halt Lake City.
a ho has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Wm. Snell, at the Motel Hem
Ington, returned to her home Wed
nesday Mrs. Boell has nearly recov
ered from her Illness.
The Bethany Deaconess Hospital
has but two flu cases, the least num
ber since the epidemic broke out. A
Vir Howland was taken there yester
day. Ilefore going he was In the Cor
ner Cigar Store, mingling with quite
a crowd, and there may be a fresh
crop develop
Mis» F Nettle Rice, county treas
urer, la able to sit up after a week's va
cation with the flu, but It will be sev
eral days before she Is able to return
to work. Mrs. G. M Oliver is In
eharge of the work of making out and
mailing tax statements, and It get
ting along splendidly.
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Herman Martens, who removed to
Nampa last week, was Injured by the
overturning of an auto between Nam
pa and Boise last Friday. Me was
able to eontlnue the trip, though
somewhat, bruised.
Stroh, who was with him. was ren
dored unconscious hut suffered no ser
ious Injuries The published account
In the Boise papers stated that Mr.
Martens was passing a team on the
road when his ear went off the grade.
Miss Wlebke
f'ounly Auditor Bultlnch returned
last night from Ire officers training
camp iW Ixruiftville, Ky., Chicago and
other small inland towns. Me found
Ills office occupied this morning by a
couple of very ordinary looking clerks
namely, DeWItt Brown and O. F.
Crowley, who are substituting for the
efficient help he left. Mrs. Hau
scritdt, deputy auditor, and Miss Bar
ber, recording clerk, have been having
a flu vacation for the past week or
more, and there is work piled up that
will keep Mr. Bultlnch ao busy for
the next few days as to make him
forget that he has hud a nice fifteen
day vacation
1 INKERS SAVE BAY, A
NEBRASKA EDITOli CLAIMS
idam Itreede Itelurnx on First Bout to
Blsregard U-Boat I'erll Everybody
•Ini.Hunt
Adam itreede, editor of the Hastings,
Neb.. Tribune, arrived In New York
Tuesday on the French liner Rochum
beau, the first French passenger boat
In four years to cross the Atlantic
Billy lighted ami with no anti-subma
rine precautions.
"It was a strange contrast," said
Breeds, "to the boat drills, life holt
drills, and camouflaged days, which
the passengers underwent whon I
went lo England in April on the Lap
land Going over we zig-zagged and
changed our course from day to day.
"Returning, the jubilai loti was uni
versal Lights were going full tilt.
Passengers were celebrating the end
of the war and the seamen aboard
wer .Joying their llrst freedom from
the submarine menace in four years."
When Hr.!.. arrived In France
May, the Germans were threatening
Paris. Me witnessed the achievements
of the American troops from the llrst
day thev began to operate against the
Germans In the spring until they
swept into Sedan and Stenuy lust he
fore the armistice was signed In No
vember
"There Is no question In tio- minds
of miy Kuropt'An* that it wan the
American soUltors who *avt«l the day
and enabled the allies to defeat (1er
many, he said
Hreedo declared most of the tr«>op*|
from Nebraska, his home slate, par
Mclpated in the Argonne lighting in
October
Marshal Foch reviewed the army
of occupation at Strassbourg Wed
ttenday.
Four hundred mine sweepers
clearing British waters
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SEIZE FOl'B TONS OF
GERMAN SPY'S PAPERS
Department of Justice Obtains Vast
Quantity of Material Stored by the
Huns for Use Against I'. S.
Agents of the department of jus
tice, it was learned Tuesday night,
have obtained four tons of papers de
posited in a warehouse by Dr. Karl A.
Keuhr, former head of the German in
formation service in New York City.
Some of the material, it is said, will
be Introduced when the senate com
mittee next month resumes its ex
haustive Inquiry into the activity of
enemy propagandists In the United
States.
Dr. Keuhr had charge of German
propaganda which Merlin desired to
circulate In American newspapers
and magazines. Mis activities also
extended to central and South Amer
ica. Associated with him were many
notorious propagandists, some of
whom are now interned. Me was In
close touch with Count von TiernBtorff
RETI RNKB SOMMER
Sergeant K. M. Crowley arrived
Wednesday night fflom the officers
training school at Camp I^-e, Virgin
ia, and had Thanksgiving dinner with
O. F. Crowley and family. So far as
is known, Sergeant Crowley is the
first of Power county's boys to get his
discharge and return home. Me Is the
picture of health. Corporal Wylie
Oliver was at the same camp and Ser
geant Crowley says he may he expect
ed home at any time.
FLYING MEN COMING HOME
In planning the withdrawal of the
American (roups from England and
as soon as possible, American army
officers have decided that the only
units which will remnln are a few of
the medical service and the staffs of
the rest camps.
When the Mauretania sailed Tues
day she took between five thousand
and six thousand from the flying
corps. It Is planned to dispatch a
steamer to America every day this
week.
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LENS COAL FIELD MAY
BE USELESS THREE YEARS
Anywhere from eight months tio
three yoars will be required to put
the Lens coal fields in shape for nor
ma! production Walter E. Hope of
the fuel administration, cabled Fuel
Administrator Garfleld from France.
Mope has Just completed three days'
survey of the Hun damage to the coal
fields around Lens.
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Jobs VI Itli I'osloftlee Department Wait
Yank Truck Drivers.
The postofflcc department in ready
to take men who have been piloting
a motor truck over shell holes in
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France, and give them a job at $4 a
day in his home town.
Of all the plane and schemes for so
called "reconstruction in which use
of army men and equipment is pro
posed, the postofttce department's
plan alone Is complete and ready to
be put into immediate operation.
Under the army appropriation bill,
army motor trucks at the discretion
of the secretary of war. are to be turn
ed over to the poetofllce to be used in
broadening the parcels post and city
delivery service.
First Assistant Postmaster General
Hlakeelee said on Tuesday
h , e , r **»*»y to take all the trucks
Ini"";' ,,le " *•*" w » r department
w ,urn ovpr 1(1 "* ,n -
Moreover, he is asking the secretary
" f ", lir to K |v '' hl,n approximately 400
,r " kK i " < M " on P'^dde, together
w,,h " lon to rul * tllPm The 1'°**«»
now employs ISO trucks on
s '' r f° u, ' N connecting all the im
portant eitle« of the country from
*° Chicago, and from
, \iV ÄK ° *° (>r h'nnH
rh * Hy * ,0 'Y now . ,n formation forma
8 11,1 *°rU throughout the south and
east of these general points.
1 Reports submitted to Blakeslee
I show that the trucks in operation dur
ing the month of September earned a
I net pro tit of approximately $3000 for
each route.
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Dr. Soif, German foreign minister.
I has asked until Februury 1 to turn
j o'er the full 150,000 freight cars re
i qui red by the armistice conditions.
CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR SALE
Merl lines
Huy and pasture. See
U-22-29p
OWNER WANTED—Red and white
I cow. right horn turned down, came
j lo my place about two weeks ago.
Mas since become fresh. Owner
wanted. C. F. Eggers.
I .OST One black horse-mule, light
points, from Well Canyon range;
weight 1050; branded W reversed
.1 (combined) on right thigh. Notify
Chris Kiilsgaard. Rockland. Idaho.
11-22, 5F
FOR SALE—-Good house and two lota,
house partly furnished; 1 block from
High School; good well on premises.
Terms, part cash, balance easy pay
ments. Call at Oneida Elevator. C.
ll-5tf
j 'M. Quigley.
Money at Easy Terms
on First Class Farm
Property.
Idaho Farm Lands for
Trade for Washing
ton Lands.
J. F.Kosanke
American Falls, Idaho

LITTLE PLEASURE IN TRAVEL
German Trains Creep Along In Dark
ness for Fear of Bombs of
Allied Aviators.
Special precautions against air
rnlds are now being taken on the Ger
man railways In those districts espe
cially liable to uerlui bombardments
by the allies. Railway Age states.
The Pulntlnute railways, in particular,
are adopting precautionary measures,
und u writer in the Lokal Anzeiger who
recently truveled on this system de
scribes the darkening methods adopt
ed at night.
"For hours," he writes, "the train
traveled as though In u dark cave,
without lights, without conductors,
without any station names being called
out when the train stopped. When
every lamp is extinguished throughout
the countryside, and the towns und vil
lages, ns though constrained by agony,
have closed their shops, the Journey op
presses one's mind and Is nowise reas
suring. One goes on in uncertainty,
facing danger.
"Everywhere placards indicating 'how
to behave during uir raids,' show that
one is in the aviator's territory. Slow
ly, very slowly, the train proceeds on
Its Journey; in u river alongside the
line one still sees the locomotive which,
togther with its train, plunged Into the
wuter on the occasion of a recent acci
dent. A train with broken windows—
not a pane has remained intact—passes
near us ; another train passes all black
ened und half consumed by Are. And
on urrlvlng at the end of this dismal
Journey the first question heurd by the
traveler Is, 'Will they come tonight?'"
GOLD MINING HIT BY WAR
Many Properties That Were Profitable
Have Been Forced to Close Down
Temporarily.
Gold is one of the wur victims. The
was has forced down, in market value,
measured by human labor, many kinds
of property and most of the staple
commodities, until some gold mines
which yielded a fair profit before the
war have become temporarily useless
to their owners. It costs so much to
operate them that they cannot be
worked without u loss.
There has been change in the value
of gold itself, iu the money of greut na
tions which huve maintained their
monetary systems on the specie busis,
while almost everything else has gone
up. The result is that any given num
ber of ounces of gold mined will buy
much less material ust'd In mining,
I such as explosives, drills, pumps and
other machinery, und will pay for few
er days' work. This change is still
going on and the position of the gold
mining companies grows less and less
secure aud sound.
Effect of Poison Gases on Troops.
Certain gases have for their more
immediate object, the irritation of the
eyes (the lachrymatory gases, one part
in a million of uir being effective), tem
porarily blinding the victim; others
are designed for the lrritutlon of the
nose (the "sneeze-gases"), making it
almost Impossible for the tighter to
overcome the tendency to throw off
his mask; and others again, for the
production of burns when in contact
with the flesh, which are of a most
distressing character, and, even if
they do not cause death, incapacitate
the victim for service for a period of
months. The last-named gases are
likewise toxic and lachrymatory to a
high degree. The so-called "mustard
gas," a compound somewhat similar
in character to mustard oil, but fnr
more of an irritant, has proved par
ticularly destructive, and doubtless ac
counts for many of the casualties in
recent attacks.—Henry P. Talbot, In
Atlantic.
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Benefits of War.
That the benefits of war overshadow
its damages is the Arm conviction of
Uncle John of Excelsior Springs +
Standard, who writes:
"It shows the world, fer Instance, 4,
how to loosen up Its hand an' to deal +
u sort of Jestlce that the brute can +
understand. It reminds the unwashed ♦
heathen, which they mighty nigh for- +
got, that there's hell Inside a Yankee ♦
when his blood ts Idlin' hot !
"Then—we know the Joys of savin', | J
which we maybe hadn't saw till the J
roarin' beast of Berlin got too handy .
with his paw ; so, we've somehow, 4,
hitched our waggin to an everlustln' +
star, that will keep right on a-shlnln' 4.
when we've dean fergot the war."

No Better Security on Earth.
The credit of the United States was
SO high and unquestionable that In !
inon two venrs nfter th.> Smnkli war
usai, two years alter tnt spanisn war,
- per cent bonds a ere offered at par :
and oversubscribed. This ts a flnnn- Î
eta! performance no other nntton has j w
ever equaled. United States 4 per
cent bonds ln 18S8 sold as high as 130,
and in 1901 brought 139% on the stock
market. The United States luis nev
er defaulted on any of its bonds. Not j
one of its bondholders has ever lost a
cent of principal or interest, except
those who voluntarily have taken
losses by selling their bonds in a pe
riod of temporary price depression.—
International Confectioner.
Away With the Ax.
The day of the woodsman with the ,
big ax may soon be over. If a new tree- !
felling machine domes Into general use. :
The new machine is run by a small I
motor. It will cut through a trunk 30 j
Inches in diameter in a few minutes.
Its saw is a chain affair with links of |
six teeth each, which are readily ex
chnnwd. It runs in a frame over four
rollers with ball bearings. It lias a 1
hollow handle designed as u reservoir
for orl.
SMILING
"It cost little to live, if done right; but it costs much to die, if done
wrong."
Chiropratctic is not a "cure-all," but before you believe that it can
not cure you, consult a competent Chiropractor.
It is better to consult a Chiropractor first, than to wish you had
afterwards
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Of 60 patients that started out with the Spanish Influenza, that I
took care of from "start to finish," none died, none turned into pneu
monia, and all were on the improve by the third day.
What Chiropractic did for the "flu", it can do for other diseases, as
well.
DR. GEO. A. WILSON, The Chiropractor
Phoue 7-W
Wanes Bldg.
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
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The prime minister of Holland stat
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have to leave if his presence became
embarrassing.
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to those who desire good healtji. Call q,
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Chiropractic
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Try Chiropractic, nature's way to
health and long life.
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8. 8. MURDOCK. D. C.
Chiropractor.
Side Entrance Baugh Hotel.
Graduate National School of
Chiropractic.
Member Idaho State Chiro
practor's Association.
Three Years' Practice in Sou
thern Idaho.
Two Years' Practice in Amer
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Woo* or Liberty Bond*. Ulk with your local bank
about our terms and service, or write to ue direct.
: The war is over and we want to help you do
Î yo . u , r . part in taking care of the reconstruction
j w » our next great uty. _
Portland,
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ERT1FICATES FROM US
Transylvania has sent an ultima
turn to Hungary that all territory oc
cupied by Rumanians be turned over,
Germany surrendered 27 more sub
marine Wednesday, making 114 in all.
MARTENS BROS.
Licensed Auctioneers
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Phone 181-J-2
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Lawyer
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Palmer Graduate
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