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Above Them All! V p \ Don't-—. buy an unknown brand of flour and hope for the best V" FLO roi GOl Bl JL 3 . j Buy Yellowstone Sunny Valley or and be sure of good results THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR The Elevator That Serves You Best People and Events. O. M. L. TIME CAKD. EastbooDd, Ar. No « No. 18 No 4 .1:11 p.m. No. S No 84 Westbound, Ar. 1:10 a m. No S3 8:26 a.m. 10:45 am. No. 19 1'lOpm .... 7'06 D m ' 8:16 p.m. No. 17 Wheat Prices Per 100, Hulk, Grades I, S and 3. Turkey Red. dark »3 26 »3 20 fj.ljjcery. Turkey Rad. blench. ; 3.101 Marquis ... Early Haart Gold Coin and Blueatem ; 3.22 3.17 3 10 _ w .. t . I Jub, Hybrid 3.16 3.10 3.03 j Backed wheat. In good, merchant able sacks, 16c per 100 more. 3.19 3.14 3.07 —SSSF The Hyrlnga Club will ... with Mrs. Fttipatrick Friday. Call at City News Stand for dally paper*. W H Dack.Clvil War veteran. _ . . ~ ' * (1st your stove* and ranges from »he leader Hardware Co. They treat H-1« Mrs William Soell of thé Hotel Romlngton went to Salt Lake City Sunday to spend the tioimay* with her mother. you right. Give Useful Gifts I his Chri&mas And Make Them Worth While I îiSlï Q Jewelry is the Refined Gijt of Lasting Beauty and Value 1 here is nothing like jewelry to satisfy every demand in giving to a close circle of friends and relatives. Anicies of jewelry may be selected to carry any sentiment that is called for to suit each individual taste, is a Jewelry gift for And there every purse solid gold and stiver gifts may he had low as »I and as high and rich as you wish. it as There is un Individuality, a refinement, about the jewelry gift, that sets It alone above all others as the most desirable for presentation this Christ □IBM. Other Gifts H ill Fade and Be Forgotten, but Jewelry Carries its Charms Through the Y MM fr Long after the beauty of other gifts may have faded, jewelry will shine on In undimmed glory, a dally, hourly reminder of a thoughtful donor velue I» always great, and as the »ton that money cannot buy. Such a gift Is the Ideal, the perfect one more especially for this coming Christmas No matter what your sentiments are toward the recipient, or what his individual taste may be, there is a jewelry gift that will perfectly suit the occasion. 'a* Its years pass it becomes a treasured posses 1 ■ r - in rememdermg the close relatives of m *n in the service, you will find present» "* ° f ** rVte '* pin *' rtnKH ' etc " w,n m * ko exceptionally fitting The Choice of Diamonds Will Fill Many Gift Needs The diamond should enter strongly into your Christmas buying, for its •ver-Increasing value—its unequaled beauty—mokes it a gift that is ««sen Dally one of thrift and wisdom. Whatever may be your jewelry wants, we are amply prepared to care for hem A large Christmas stock is on display, and we are at your call to aid n selections. Make it a point to shop early in order to have suffletam time Iny Article ^ *"* V,,UW ' A smaI1 P^men, will reserve COLEMAN'S The Corner Jewelry Store JEWBIEBS A N I) O P T I C I A N w / Âv' > ; ' . ,1 k ' L. J ■ > Have you secured your tickets to Twin Beds." Service Calendars | Call and get yours at Hardware Co. for everybody, the Leader , ne i lam *' o( Sergeant Samuel C. Stitt uf American Falls appeared in 1,11,1 Friday's casualty list among ' I hose severely wounded . fj.ljjcery. They treat you right and save money Order your groceries for the Christ ; mas dinner from Skaggs' Cash Oro Miss Pearl l-auham left Saturday for her home at Cozad, Nebraska, to I spend the holidays. She expects to j return in about two weeks For your Christmas dinner you will want the best table eatables at the lowest possible prices. Therefore you should order them of Skaggs' Cash Grocery. 12-17 <!. u Myers was a visitor from Aberdeen Monday. He says there W HI be a big acreage planted to sugar beets next spring The price of »12 per ton Is onn that appeals. Several farmers have rented land for beets at from »16 to »26 per acre. Indicate a high value for the land Such rents 'Twin Beds" once seen, always re membered. See Twin Beds and forget the Flu and the War for one evening. One of the children of Ohrte Bar bre, of Igo, is quite ill. The other children are improving. They have influenza. Justa rrived! A big line of hats in all the newest shades and styles. ' The Model." 12-17 P. L. Williams, state leader of county agents, was here the latter part of the week in conference with County Agent I-ampson. The newest numbers in dress shirts have Just arrived at. The Model. These make dandy Christmas pres ents. 12-17 The annual meeting of the Power County Chapter. A. R. C., for the elec tion of officers, will be held at the Remington hotel, Monday evening. December 23rd, at 8 o'clock sharp. All members are expected to be pres ent. Florence Barber, Secretary. Candles, Nuts, Oranges, Apples, Bananas and all, kinds of good table eatables at Skaggs' Cash Grocery. W. E. Crouch, federal representa tive of the rodent pest poison squad for Southern Idaho, was here the last of the week conferring with the coun ty agent on the pest exterminating campaign. . Owing (o restrictions we have only a limited number of seats for "Twin Beds;" secure yours early at The Falls Pharmacy. Manager Soell of the Remington has Issued Invitations to a dinner dance Christmas day, from 5:30 until midnight. A splendid menu has been provided, and the best music that can be had has been engaged. Ix>cal af fairs have been quiet for so long a time, due to the war and the flu, that Manager Soell is putting forth his best efforts to tnsure a pleasant time to all who attend. of Macklnaws galore anil every one reduced from 10 per cent to 25 per cent Nothing would make a better Christmas present than a good mack inaw The Model. 12-17 Robert Burns of Raft River re ceived a telegram last Friday notify ing him that his father, Robert E. Burns, had died from Bright's disease at the national soldiers' home at Hawtelle. California, on December 13. Last summer Mr. Burns visited his son at the aRft river ranch and spent some time here. During his stay here he Joined Custer Post, G. A. R., of Pocatello and went to the Grand Army oncampinent at Portland, Ore gon, with the local contingent of vet erans. Ms. Burns was 74 years of age and served In the civil war as a member of Company C, 97th New York infantry. He was a native of New York. to in flu it Gillette Blades for sale at Cole 12-17 man's. Necktie« in Xmas 50c and Si 5n Shaving Sets $1.50 and $2.50 Shaving Mugs, 25c to $1.25 Game tree trim 9 odd pieces of Fancy Hand Painted China 15c to $3.50 Dolls, Star Cut Glass Pitch-J Toys, ers, tumblers, goblets, Boards, Xmas Ice teas, sherbets, etc., _ lnfls randy sod Mixed also full assortment of ™ l J Heisey's Glassware. Nuts. boxes Hand Pain ted China dlnnerware in open stock at reasonable prices. invite you to inspect Holiday Goods be fore selecting your Christmas Gifts. W E Silk Hose for In black and colors women mJn ib f r -T 8 " 1 * HOSe tot men in Tan, White and black, 75c to $1.75 our Handkerchiefs men, 50c for women and chil dren, hem stiched, hand embroidered, initialed, flowered, colored border etc. 1 Fine Cassimere Sox 40c President in Xmas boxes. Suspenders 5c to $1.25 Howland s Variety Store. 75c Boudoir Caps in dain ty colors, made of silk, ribbon and laces, Fancy Arm Bands i holly boxes, ID 35c to $1.5C 35c Chiffon Veils In all colors. $1.25 Hand Painted tache Cups, Automobile Japan, Pottery from two pieces alike, Boxed Stationery in white and colors, Mous no 75c to $2.50 $ 1.00 15c to $1.25 Ho your Christmas shopping early. The old Second Idaho infantry which was transformed into tieid tillery, machine gunners and ar engin eers before going to France, has done well in the way of furnishing missioned officers to the Uncle Sam. T from over there state that pany alone has furnished sevten offi cers from the ranks of enlisted and had three officers' school. coin army of Recent letters received one com a men more men attending There are very few places the size of American Falls that have port unity of seeing a show such Twin BedH" that is to be shown at the Auditorium tomorrow night, will ho the same company playing here that plays all the large cities through the United States and Can ada, and Is considered to be one of the best comedies ever played. This company carries a car load of scen The show will be played the same* here as it was in Salt Lake City last week. an op as It ery. The Christmas spirit is beginning to assert itHelf, due to the coming of peace and the partial removal of the The merchants are report ing a satisfactory business, especially in useful articles suitable for Christ mas giving. flu ban. Flu or no flu, the children are not going to be robbed of taheir Christ mas joys. Christmas There are going to be programs and probably church Christmas trees, festivities will be The home as numerous ever. Mrs. C. W. Stier and children taken to the hospital this morning. Mrs. Stier Is possibly a flu victim, but it is too early to be sure, and children were to have taken the noon train today for the coast, but it was thought best by Dr. Noth to de tain them until it Is certain whether flu will develop or not. Mr. Stier left w ith a car of immigrants' goods sev eral days ago. were Mrs. Stier The civil service commission sends out a warning that no more steno graphers or clerks are wanted Washington until sent or. The com-1 ing of peace has brought such | changes that more of this class of heln is arriving than can be provided with employment. in Suit to force the payment of *500. ooo inheritance tax to the slate of Cal ifornia from the estate of Henry M. Flagler, the Standerd Oil has Just been started by Chambers, state controller. Isical and district draft hoards will be dissolved at the end of the ent month. magnate. John S. pres -IW551 PRISONERS OF WAR. Every human being is enlisted combatant in the war against sick ness and disease. Many a human being is indeed a "Prisoner of War." being confined to " sick room, or are walking around, londed down with shackles, unable to realize natural ambitions. Disease is a cruel, relentless foe which can he and is being overcome! by the Science of Chiropractic. If von had been a prisoner In of the German camps, have taken the first onnortunity to es cane from vour orison. Chiropractic will open the doors of Disease for yon. Chiropractic will eld vou to throw ofr the ''shackles" of Sickness Disease and will restore health. Re a prisoner no longer! Find out what Chiropractic can and " ill do for vou. See your Chlroprac *or and when he is thru with you. tage vour rightful Place among free c'tizens of this beloved country of on re. one j you would I and you to Throw off the shackles of Disease! Chiropractic will help vou! Ninety-five per cent of Diseases are due to pressure uoon nerves along the side of the < spinel. vertebral column nressure Interferes with their functions- hence inflamms tton. unnatural action, disease, nain -nd distress are manifested where these nerves end. All diseases are prolonged, from active to sub-active or chronic stages, until the pressure upon these supplving the affected parts is 'eased hv Chiropractic adlustments. ,f is the business of the Chironractor *n release this pressure with his bare hands. Chiropractic Spinal This nerves re Adjustments nolleve nerve nressure *nd permit n a - *"re to remove the cause of disease. Wt-v he p ''Prisoner of War?" Sen Dr. Geo. A. Wilson. ChiroDrnc *-"■ Wo-n. hide.. Phone 7-W and he •••*" nr-'-lti mhv Oh I« "V'» ta-ni W«r Ho, Northwestern Greening apples while they last »2.00 per box. Skagg*s Cash 12-13-17 Grocery. HELP WANTED.—At the Red Cross rooms on Thursday afternoon. There are a few odds and ends to be finished up at once. There is yarn on hand to be knitted and refugee garments to be made. Won't you be one to help. -|WH3— "Klu" Test Case Dismissed. The test case brought by the city of Los Angeles against five admitted members of the Fifth Church of Christian Science, to determine the validity of an ordinance enacted dur ing the influena epidemic to prevent holdings of church services or other gatherings, was dismissed in the court on motion of the city, over the protest of the defendants. JW55J. Wilhelm Refuses to Leave Holland. William Hohenzollern, the former German emperor, the Telegraf of Am sterdam says it understands, has re fused to leave Holland after official representations have been made that hts continued presence in Holland was likely to involve the country in serious difficulties. M— Montana Noon Going Dry. Attorney General S.C. Ford of Mon tana sent instructions t» all Montana county attorneys this week that the prohibition statute takes effect at midnight of December 30. instead of midnight of December 31, and that the la w must be enforced. Midwinter Term Begins January 2d ONLY TWO "DAYS VA (.VlTtl t V H R ISTMA S AND NEW YEAR'S— YOU MAY EJiTEB ANY DAY—BEGIN NOW! A good position awaits you. The greatest period of prosperity this country has ever seen is just ahead of us. Big things will happen in Idaho within the next few years. A business education will enable you to grasp the best opportunities. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. It will mean success to you. LINK'S BUSINESS COLLEGE W. H. Coppedge, Mgr., Boise, Idaho. B. C. Beetham, Principal J. Auditorium, Wed.. Dec. 18 Prices 75c, $1, $1.50, Pius War Tax. TIIK FLAY THAT IIAH ROC KED TIIE COUNTRY WITH LAUGHTER A. S. Stern & Selwyn Co's. Presentation. r The - It t Ben m Will MF i Hur Last mrk i - » V of for » P r.> * Comedy Years LAUGHS EVERY MINUTE, GROWING INTO SCREAMS Fun Tickles Wit Flashes Novelty Catches The Real Thing Its Great The Latest Brightest Cleverest Wittiest Ideas Climaxes New Lines New Laughs Fun TH JP U G_? EAT CAST AND PRODUCTION THAT PLAYS THE SALT LAKE THEATRE A Few Reasons Why ÏOU Must See the Fun Play that Has Taken this Country by Storm Because P Because It is the funniest play written. It makes you forget where you are—what you are—guar antees you true happiness, Joy and pleasure, not prob lems. Because ever Because Every one who has . . seen it was fascinated by it—you are no different from the others. comedy clae8ic, a It is a hundred critics in a hundred cities—and your own expert editors — have newspaper unanimously decreed it is the best farce In years. Because It has become drawingroom conversation, club discussion and you surely want to know what It is all about and have your say. Because It makes you young again— and man's dearest wish Is his yearn for his youth. r SEAT SALE —FALLS PHARMACY — MONDAY r i TWIN BEDS. •'Twm Beds," the uproarious com edy of apartment house dwellers will be the attraction at the Auditirium Wednesday, December 18. This is the fifth season for this remarkable play that is packing the houses where. loss to account for it. The fact that the present company and production are far superior to those heretofore offered may have something to do with it, but that is not the psycho logical reason. Is it the demand for genuine comedy to releive the strain of world- weary war conditions? If so the answer is found, for there is not a dull moment in "Twin Beds;'' it is the funniest play ever written and one that will last for years. The San Francisco Chronicle, under the date of September 17th this year says "Twin Beds" opened for a two weeks engagement at the Columbia Theatre last night to a splendid audience and again scored heavily, play never had a better cast to bring out all the fun in all of its uproar ious situations. ■n every Theatrical experts are at a This famous TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. The regular teachers' examination! for all classes of certificates, which was postponed from November on ac count of influenza, will be held in the court room in the court house, on December 19, 20 and 21, 1918. The teachers' institute which was also postponed, will not be held this \ year. 12-3, t3 * HARRIET M. WILSON, County Superintendent.