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Off 1 4 Caps Scarf and Cap Sets Knitted Shawls Newport Scarfs Knitted Gloves Mittens Sweaters Baby Bonnets Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists Wool Skirts 31 ■ Wool Dresses for • Children AUOfl HOWLAND'S Variety Store People and Events 0. 8. L. TIME CARD. Kastbound, Ar. .7:26 a.m. No. 8 .2:15 a.m 12:10 p.m. No. 19 Westbound, Ar. No. 83 No. 19 No. 6 2:25 p.m. No. 4 No. 17 .8:25 p.m. No. 84 9:45 a.m. 7:18 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Wheat Prices Per 100, Bulk, Grades 1, 8 and 8. Turkey Red, dark.$3.26 $3.20 $8.13 Turkey Red, bleached.. 3.22 8.17 8.10 Marquis . Marly Baart, Gold Coin and Bluestem 3.19 3.14 3.07 Club, Hybrid 3.16 3.10 8.03 8acked wheat, In good, merchant able sacks, 16c per 100 more. 3.22 3.17 3.10 J. P. Wedel, an Aberdeen pioneer, Is a visitor today. There Is said to bo a revival of the flu west of the river. Benutor and Mrs, John I,. McKown leave tonight for Boise. O. H. Raum was tn HlnckfOot yes terday on legal business. Mr, and Mrs. Homer Bfiulres spent New Year's In Pocatello. H. P. Frodsham and H. C. Holey are here from Rockland today. P. J. Franklin or Pocatello regis tered at the Hotel Remington Thurs day Mrs. 8. H. McCullough and Mrs Fred Eggers ure Pocatello visitors to day. Call at City News Stand for dully paper's. W H. l)Hck, Civil War vet eran. Mr and Mrs. A. W. Duvta will luuvo tor Boise Sunday, to attend the Inau guration. John Hood, manager of the Golden Rule stores, was down from Pocatello yesterday. O. R. Baum and 0. H. Barber leave Saturday for Boise, to help Install the Slew governor. 8UNNY VALLEY FLOUR; onoe THE BIO CON trled always used. CRETE ELEVATOR. Miss Grace McKinley leaves tor Boise tonight. She Is s candidate for a legislative clerkship. Miss Frances Snodgrass leaves to morrow for Idaho Falls, whore she ■will spend the winter with relatives. C. it Wade has s letter from his sou, Lawrence, who stales that he expects to be at home soon, from Camp I.ewls. A. Cohn und L. Hoyer, repreHenUiu Wt-lf th« Northern Grain coin pany, here on buaimtts a few days this week vas in from Frank Weeterbeck Prosperity today and reports that the tin situation is not ns good as it has been. William Faa, 16-year-old son of O. T. Faa, fell al the roller skating rink New Year's day and broke his lef: ■wrist. Earl Sande left Thursday morning for Baltimore, Maryland. He is a Jockey and will ride in Hie race cir cuit of the south this year. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Killsgaard. of Rockland, returned from Honeyville, Utah, Thursday, where they spent the holidays with the parents of Mrs Kisigcvard. Miss Nettle Houk was at home New Year's day to a number of her friends. The finest ice crop in years is being harvested. There has been no snow to make it mushy, and it is of good thickness. Insist upon having the best YEL LOWSTONE Flour; makes good bread and tasty pastry. THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR. Mrs. H. .1. Richards and Mrs. L. I). Adkins entertained for the officers and teachers of the M. E. Sunday school, Wednesday evening, at the parsonage. The busiest place In American Fall» this week Is the county treasurer's office. Saturday Is the last day for the payment of taxes before the pen alty Ib added. A temperature of 21 below was re corded at the U. 8. weather station at American Falls Monday night. Con sidering that there is no snow, this Ip pretty cold weather. * Mrs. Henry Fervern, of Prosperity, died yesterday frem pneumonia fol lowing the flu. She leaves a husband and two or three chtdren. Mr. Ferven I» said to be very sick. Comrade W. H. Pack wishes 1* to be understood that he has not quit handling the dally paperB and has no Intention of so doing, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Black have re ceived Information that their son, R. C. Black, whose name appeared In the casualty list about, three weeks ago as being seriously wounded, lost an eye. a thrill vibrator? Has your spine It will need one to absorb the count less thrills and throughout "The Warrior," Maclste, the superman (hero of Gab riele D'Annunzio's Cablria). seven breathless reels of eomedy, war and hair raising action. Auditorium Hat urday and Sunday. spectacular action starring Miss Oarlock, teacher of the first grade. In the American Falls schools, Is seriously ill with pneumonia a( her home In Custer, South Dakota. Miss Oarlock went home to spend the holi days when it was decided not to open the schools before the first of the year. It Is not known whether she will re turn here or not. turn here or not. The man who carried a gun car riage weighing five hundred pounds on his shoulders across the slippery Ice paths of the Alps Is coming to the Auditorium on next Saturday and Sunday. Maclste the hero of Gabriele D'Annunclo's ''Cablria,'' Is now ap pearing In the title role of "The War rior," a seven part Him spectacle of war. showing both the grim and the humorous side. Boh Killsgaard, who has been how- | Ing In the army for the puHt fifteen months, has returned to the home of Ids brother, Chris Killsgaard. four miles north of Rockland ftationed at Camp Damlleld, Long Is land. hul has sarvod all Ih '"i xas to the Atlantic, discharged from ihn aviation corps, In which branch he served, guard wus u volunteer. j us of He was last of way from He has been Mr. Kills Our Mixed Wheal Feed is good feed Oats. Rye, and not so expensive. Screenings and Feed Wheat at right. THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR. prices. Christian Science services arc held every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock In Wagner hall Subject for next Sun day. "God." RED CROSS NOTES. All the ladles are repuested to IlnlBh knitting they have on hand up any and turn It tn as soon us possible, us there will be no yarn given out after thla la turned In. Now the holidays are over the ladles will have more time for Red Cross sewing, as there Is plenty at rooms, which are open as usual overy Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday after noons from 2:30. the 1 ws Stockholders* Notice. The annual meeting of Farm National Farm Ixran Associa tion will he held at County Court House Feb. 1st, 1919, at 1 o'clock p.m., to elect directors to serve one year, and for such other business as may properly come before the meeting. This Is a very Important meeting. Please make it a point to attend. O. 8. BUTLER, Secretary-Treasurer. the Dry 12-81-1-31 Dated December 81, 1918 to ■ the has O. rink lef: a cir "THE. WftR.RlOR.wiTu MACI&Tt. THE 5TR.ONGE.5T MAN inthl WOR.10 . c . , At Audit Hum, Saturday and! of the Mrs Sunday Night». Miss Houk entertained for Mias Florence Barber New Tear's day. J. P. Mehlhaff. manager of the Lead er Hardware company. Is down with the flu. There will be a meeting of the Beard of Trade tonight. January 8, at the court house. The presence of all membere is desired. Miss Florence Barber left this morn ing for Salt Lake, where she will enter the training school for nurses at the Holy Cross hospital. Mrs. Frances Davis, mother of D. W. Davis, will leave for Boise on the noon train today, to witness the inaugura tion of her son as governor. * T. E. St. John, who came down with the A« * nd waB taken to the hospital Christmas day. was able to go b > ie New Year's day. He will remain at home for a few days until he '^galns his strength. Owing to the change of time, and the earlier opening of school, curfew is to be strictly enforced. School children, unless accompanied by parents, are required to be off the streets and at i home by 8 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Minerva Tiechert and babe are reported to be seriously ill with the Mrs. Tiechert Is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Kohl hlpp. Mr. Tiechert Is serving with the American forces in France. flu. monla following influenza Gus Gehrlng died at his home west of town yesterday morning of pneu Mr, Geh ring was one of the prominent young of the Pleasant Valley country. men and was very highly esteemed. Mrs. E. C. Mayne has arrived from I Toledo. Ohio, to Join her husband. Mr. | o.„ nn rni.f.ntlv established a new bust-1 Mayne recently established a new duhi ness In American Falls, under the name of the Grand Union Tea com- , pany. specializing on teas, coffees and j spices. on Ice | Chairman Griswold of the Red Cross membership drive, has secured reports from all districts ojfcept Crystal. Pau line and Neeley. There are 950 mem hers reported from the other districts, j us Hgalnst 875 for the entire county The total will he in excess last year. of 1000 when the missing districts re port. Rev. and Mrs. Richards and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Atkins entertained at the parsonage of Miss Florence Barber, were Mr. and Mrs. Parr. Mr. and Mrs. Doran, Mr. and Mr». Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Lampson, Mr. and Mrs. McCul lough, and Miss Dahlberg. ments were served. New Year's night in honor The guests | Refresh After seeking a science teacher for the school months, without success, trustees of Independent District No. 1 have employed as teacher of the eighth grade Miss Gladys Trout of Parma, and apportioned as much of the science work among thg grade teachers they can handle, graduate of the Lewiston Normal, and experienced eighth grade teacher. Miss Inoz Gillett of Borley, a graduate of the Kansas state normal, has been secured for the fifth and third grades in the Washington school. as Miss Trout Is a an 1 1 By Dr. Israel Brain "This term (Cathartic Fiend) which 1 deem fit to apply to people to whom cathartics are Just as Indispensable as morphine, alcohol, and cocaine are to their respective addlctR. . . all drug fiends, the dose of the cathar tic tn most Instances must be stantly Increased to keep pace with the deterioration of the bowel nucosa and the normal reflex which becomes obtunded by degrees. Sooner or later the time arrives when the poor mortal haH tried out all available drugs, even to maximum dosage, to Inspire his worn-out bowels, which whipped out of commission and may he compared to a lifeless hose pipe. (Medical Review, 8t. Louis.) If you want your bowels to become lifeless and functtonleBs as a "hose pipe." continue to take cathartics— physics. These are truly like drugs— the more you take, the more you will have to take—one kind today and au other kind tomorrow, until you have through the list of cathartics, i. e Like con have been as run physics. The liest CURE for constipation an.I costtveness is Chiropractic adjust-j Rather*than taking the life ments. out of your bowels, adjustments will put more life Into them, making them functionate properly. See Dr. Geo A. 7-W. Phone Wilson. Chiropractor. , Wones Bldg., and he will show you vhy Chtropraetlc la -Natures way to Health." Consultations free. William Hohenzollern is reported to be seriously ill at his retreat in Hol land. We specialize in Teas, Coffees and Spices TRY US Grand Union Tea Co. NEXT TO POSTOFFICE Money at Easy Terms on First Class Farm Property. Idaho Farm Lands for Trade for Washing ton Lands. ie at j ! J. F. Kosanke to at i American Falls, Idaho I i SAVE YOÏTK CASH RECEIPTS AND RECEIVE YOCR 5 PER CENT DISCOUNT of the I Sparks Meat Co. ! MARTENS BROS. Licensed Auctioneers Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 181-J-2 I BANKERS M0RTGACE CORPORATION Mr. | if you want to borrow money on i bust-1 y°^ r Livestock, Wool or Liberty Bonds, talk wlth your i ooal bank about our the terms and service, or write to us direct. The war Is over and we want to help , you (j 0 y our pa rt In taking care of the and j reconstruction which Is our next great Oregon Portland, Pau ADMINISTRATOR'S PUBLIC SUE V Saturday, Jan. 11,1919 * On above date I will sell at Public Auction at the ranch of P. A. Friesen, IV 2 miles north of the D. W. Davis ranch, the following property: 1 Header, Champion, 12-ft. 1 Mower 1 Harrow, 2-Section, Cart 1 Harrow, 3-Section, Cart 1 Fanning Mill, good 1 Workaford 1 Bobsled 1 Header box 1 Header Box 60 fence posts 2 Sets of Harness Straw Blacksmith Outfit Trash 1 New Cook Range, good 1 No 14 Heater, new 2 Bedsteads and Springs 1 Kettle Chairs, Tables and other articles 2 Black Horses, weight 1400, 9 years old 1 Bay Horse, weight 1100, 8 years old 1 Bay Horse, weight 1500, 4 years old 1 Bay Mare, weight 1300, 7 years old 1 Black Cow, weight 1100, 7 years old 1 Black Cow, weight 1000, 4 years old 75 Chickens 1 Wagon, Winona 1 Wagon, Mitchell 1 Ford Car 1 Buggy 1 Drill Seeder, 16-disc 1 Plow, Oliver 12-inch 1 Sulky Plow 1 Walking Plow 2 Dressers, new 1 White Sewing Machine 1 Cream Separator Sale Begins at 11 O'clock Free Lunch at Noon TERMS—All sums under $15, cash; over $15, notes with approved security, due September 1,1919, bearing interest at the rate of 10% per annum. 10% discount for cash on all sums over $15. A. Administrator of Estate P. A. Friesen, Deceased G. S. WENNSTROM, Clerk A. A. FRIESEN to COL. M. A. FUGATE, Auctioneer We sell best grade Overalls fy $1.98 at per pair The Golden Rule Mercantile Co. CLASSIFIED ADS j LOST.—On the streets of American ! Falls, ladies' purse containing small coins. Mrs. D. A. Black. FOR RENT.—Three-room house. F. D. Durkee. FOR SALE!—500 head of sheep ; year lings. Inquire evenings of Alek j Geokas, American Falls, Idaho. : Phone 177R5. 12-24-27-31-137 j LIFETIME Guaranteed sparkplugs for any car, sent for $5.50 per set. I Ernest Eymann, American i Idaho. Falls, 12-24 1-31 FOUND.—Bay Gelding three years I old, weight about 800 pounds | branded half circle under 4. Jacob Schild, American Falls, Idaho. 12-20t4f j Fords start easy in cold weather I with the New 1919 Air Friction Car buretor, 34 miles per gallon . Use cheapest gasoline or half kerosene, i Increased power. Styles for any mo ! tor. Attach It yourself. Money back guarantee. 30 days' trial. For $14.53 ! prepaid. Address, i ERNEST EYMANN, American Falls, Idaho 12-13tf I for SALE. The S. half Sec. 34 i township 6, S, range 30 E. B. M. i A1b0 two good houses on Knob Hill.; r, k Poaenek American ■ i a Falls, 12 -F20tf ! The government lost $150,000,000 through operation of the railroads last year. 1 \wun 3EZ m X j : j 0 i Ask Me How Chiropractic | ... , . w, *' n®'? T 0 ** to success. People are believing more and more j that there are better way* to do thing*. i I 1 Employ This New Way— Nature's way of restoring normal epu i ditions Efficiency is the word of the day. u , , . 1 .... 1 ! nealih is essential i Try— * Chiropractic Adjustments I i IS. S. MURDOCK, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR 5jj e Entrance ! Baugh Hotel Advertising in this paper is neither a charity nor a donation. It's an in 1 vestment certain of returns.