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American Falls press. (American Falls, Idaho) 1907-1937, April 25, 1919, Image 6

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JOIN HANDS WITH
AND BUY A CAR OF
WOOD
Per
Cord
$5.50
Per
Cord
$5.50
Delivered on Cars
Delivered on Cars
sixteen cords each.
will sell wood in cars containing
For a limited time
we
Place Your Order Now
Boise Payette Lumber Co., American Falls Yard
"In
IS
SMITH HAYS!
"When the madam and I llrHt began
to talk about building our new homo
It seemed to us that we went assum
ing all tho grief of the universe,
actually dreaded to make a mart
Neither of us know a thing about
liow lo got what we wanted
"Hut when your architect' submit
ted the first little color sketch, em
bodying all our preconceived notions
of what our home should he, wo act
ually fell like a heavy burden had been
lifted from our minds. This was fol
lowed by a sol <
which simplified tho whole procedure
and enabled us to keep track of every
thing as it progressed.
"Your advice regarding carpenters
»as certainly good, Mr. Grolhe. That
bunch of men you recommended were
So getters from the start, and limy
mire done u* a good Job.
"We are more than pleased with our
Wo
if working delails
new home, and when we get our new
barn and other outbuildings wo will
«certainly have a ranch to be proud of
In building our barnyard Improve
uimils we wain them to correspond
with the house, and make all of our
buildings
■rounds."
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happiness than you ever before collected ! P. A. 's built to
fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands ! It has the
jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran
against I
Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want
to find out the double-quickest thing you do next. And, put
it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without
tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process
cuts out bite and parch.
Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy
pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to
beat the cards ! Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is 90
good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke!
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R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. G.
YELLOWSTONE FLOUR
If Your Grocery
Can't Supply You
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Insist on
Having
American Fall*, Idaho
THE ONEIDA ELEVATOR
American Fall*, Idaho

toots just us good on other farm build I
Ings as they are on houseH, Mr Smith." ;
"In that case 1 have no further wor j
ries."
The BOISE PAYETTE
IS CERTAIN!. Y ONE
THING.
BOISE PAYKTTK I.UMIlKIt CO
SERVICE
grand
more
log
on
Crawford county Jail at Huey run. G-, the
era on the anxious sftyit because there
will he no session of the grand Jury for
some time to come. Several of the
Jurors have the "flu" and until such , due
time as they recover there "ain't gontu , that
j der
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Guilty and Not Guilty.
The "guilty" mid "not guilty" In the trli'H
be no session."
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linerieun Fulls
Mined I _
George W. Adams, who has been con-1
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he past three months, h is |
noeted with the Shelley (Idaho)
imeer for
severed his connection with mu' | «
per and Is now employed at Am
Falls
printer and will make good In any
community, Publisher'« Auxiliary
Mr. Adame is enftloyed by the I'ress
foreman and expects to make Amer
lean Falls his fill lire home.
•I m.
•xcellent
Mr. Adams is' an
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IIS
Pershing Asks That Public Continue
TROOPS NEED MAGAZINES
1
Its Donations.
The soldiers overseas are asking for
more reading matter. General l'ersh
•nbleil the request that more
log bus
magazines be sent to tho Americans
on duty in France and In oilier eoun
Ktirope. The general says
the hoys need Interesting reudlng mut
nN „ever before.
The .. of magazines has been
reduced from ten to two tons a month
due to misapprehension of the public
that magazines could not be sent un
der the one cent postage ruling. Some
magazines Inadvertently dropped the
announcing tlml publications
trli'H In
line
would lie curried overseas under a one
cent stump. The ruling Is still in force
and magazines are asked to print It
ngulu In the upper right hand cor
ner of the first page.
In order Hint the shortage may he
Oiilckly overcome Individuals arc asked
number of
doubla and triple tin
milgnzilies they previously were ac
customed to send.
to
Sale of Fslra)
Notice is hereby (liven that the fol
lowing described animals will he sold
, public auction to the highest bidder
f Robert O'Neal
for rash, at the ranch
miles north and miles west Amer
ican .Falls, Idaho, on Friday, May 23, t
1910 *
office of Highway Dis
, r|( . t N( /j tell 0 - ( .| 0r .| { \ m March
](| 1919 chairman Greenwood and
m j mh „ r g garing and Itennion present. ]
Meeting was called to order by the
chairman. Minutes of the February !
meeting read and approved.
Vouchers numbered 4208 to 4218 j
were allowed and ordered paid
Geo. Bradshaw met with the Board ,
to discuss the building of a road from '
the Gardens to the Riddle-I.ang road.
Mr. Bradshaw was assured that the
Two grey horses about 8 or 9 years
old, weigh! about 1,000 pounds each;
one branded circle on left thigh, the
oilier lias no brands visible.
Geo H. Hanson, Sheriff
4 25t:s

matter would be investigated.
A resolution was carried authoriz
ing (he payment of $26.00 to E. C.,
England as witness fee.
A resolution was carried authorlz
ing the issuance of a warrant for
$6,000.00 to the First National Bank
to provide funds for work being per
formed.
A motion was carried ordering the
secretary to issue a warrant for
$5,759 50 to take up warrants Nos.
! 4118 and 4148 and to issue a warrant
I for interest of the above two warrants
to date.
; There being no further business the
meeting adjourned.
R E. GREENWOOD.
Chairman.
Attest :
DeWITT E. BROWN.
Secretary.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE PROBATE COURT OK POW
ER COUNTY, IDAHO.
: In the matter of the Estate of Den
I nis Pathe, Deceased.
1 NOTICE is hereby given by the un
! dersigned. administrator of the Es
j tale of Dennis Pathe. Deceased, to
1 the creditors and all persons having
1 claims against said deceased, to ex
! Mbit such claims with the necessary
j vouchers,
date of Hie first publication
1 notice, to said administrator, at the
office of O R. Baum. American Falls,
I Idaho, which said office, the nnder
signed sells O
! in all matten
(thin four months of the
f I his
is his (ilaee of business
•onneeted with said Es
| late of Dennis Pathe, Deceased
! Dated this 18th day of April 1919.
RICHARD F. NOTH.
Administrator of the Estate of Dennis
Pathe, Deceased,
i) R. BAUM,
i W. C. KOOFBOU RROW.
I Attorneys for Administrator.
American Falls. Idaho
Awnrdwrt GRAND PRtZE »t the P. P. I. £.
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cl *i«e* prepaid. on receipt of poce. 11.50 <*ch.
A Co.. San Francisco
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FOR WORK
at a moments notice.
The Oliver
No. 15
Gang Plow
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is always ready—is strong in all its parts—
is light in draft and is built for service. It
will turn square corners without adjusting
the lever—and has the best and most con
venient landing lever ever devised.
The Perfect Gang Plow . -
Come in and see it now.
We have only a few more left.
We can save you money on all
kinds of
Hardware
& Plumbing
Leader Hardware Co.
AARON ELLIOTT
Manager
O. R. BAUM
Vice Prest dent
D. W. DAV1B
President
ABSTRACTS
SURETY BONDS
CONVEYANCING
NOTARY PUBLIC
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Américain Falls.Idaho
Fords start easy in cold weather with the New 1919 Air Friction
Carburetor. 34 miles per gallon. Use cheaper gasoline or hall kero
sene. Increased power. Styles lor any motor. Attach It yrmrsell.
Money back guarantee 30 days' trial. For $14.63 prepaid. AiV*
ERNEST EYMANN
4 MERK AN FILLS. IDAHO

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