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LOCAL NEWS
Subscribe for the Republioan
F. J. Pilliner went today to his
ranch on Little Camas.
W. G. Corker was up from the
Ferry the first of the week.
L. B. Knox was a business visitor
in, this city Thursday from Fall rCeek.
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Mr. and
Mrs. Fageretetit were
week-end visitors from Weiser.
E. M.. Wolfe was Jin the city from
Twin Falls the first of the w eek on
business legal.
Monday;
were set and adjournment made un
til Monday, December sixth.
Court convened
cases
James Morrow of Glenns Ferry
transacted business In Mountain
Home Wednesday.
Mrs. Robert Morrison is on the
sJok list suffering from an attack of
gTippe.
Herman Jacobson and family of
Glenns Ferry visited friends in the
oity Thursday.
Chas A. "Brown and T, L. Ragsdale,
both of Grand View were business
visitors .Wednesday.
Thecdore Pierce and R. S. Sand
lin of Lenox transacted business at
Mountain Home Thursday.
Jersey Dairy butter for sale. Mrs.
Hattie Stanfield.
Money to loan on first mortgage.
Address box 41 Mountain Home, Ida.
A. J. Trammell of Hot Springs was
a Mountain Home business visitor
Friday.
Thurston Pence came down last
week from the ranch at Three Creek
and will be a guest under the pater
nal roof until after the holiday season
Mrs. J. H. Pinkston left Monday
for Bruneau to attend the funeral of
Mrs. J. R. Robertson, who died
there Sunday.
Andrew J. Logsdon of Tindall was
a business visitor In this city the
last of the week, coming to prove up
>n a homestead.
The topic of the morning address
at the Episcopal church on Sunday
will be "The Soul" and the evening
topic will be "Facts or Theories."
Misses Marjory and Lillian Steel
man left Sunday evening for the.'d
home In Caldwell, after a short Visit
with thfir sister, Miss Charlotte
Steelman.
County Superintendent Mias Lock
man left last Friday evening for
Glenns Ferry to attend a meeting of
Elmore county teachers.
sul
Bud Waddell, the man who was so
seriously Injured in a runaway near
the McGinnis ranch last week is
ported to be recovering from his in
juries.
don.
post
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For Sale—Hayrack loads of sago
brush for kindling, delivered for $2.
Leave orders at this office.
a
was
"Teas of the Storm Country," fea
turing Mary Pickford, for December
7th, at the Crystal Theatre.
Mary Pickford at The Crystal on
December 7 In her greatest success,
"Tess of the Storm Country,'
member the date.
utes
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Pure Jersey milk and fresh butter
milk delivered at your door.
Mrs. Hattie Stanfield.
In response to a mesagae announc
ing the serious illness of Ralph Rey
nolds at Jarbldge, Mrs. W. D. Rey
nolds and Dr. Mather loft early Sun
day morning in the latter's car for
that place,
gaged H. E. Hanna to take them on
to Jarbldge where they found the
young man somewhat better and r
turned Tuesday by way of Bruneau.
At Bruneau they en
Beware of Cheap 8ubetitutes.
In these days of keen competition
K Je important that the public should
see that they get Chamberlaln'a Coug,
Remedy and not take nubetltutes
sold for the sake of extra profit.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty yeara. Obtainable
gvwywhere.
Will You Read This Twice?
A very important question
to-day which every housekeeper
must decide for herself is whether
she prefers pure, cream of tartar
baking powder like Royal or
whether sho is willing to use
baking powder made of inferior
substitutes which do not add
healthful qualities to the food.
One kind is easily distin
guished from the other, since
the laws of various States require
the ingredients to be printed
upon the label. If anyone is in
doubt which kind is most health
ful, it is worth while to ask the
family doctor. Then decide.
And when once a decision i 3
reached let no advertisement or
dealer's argument or canvasser's
solicitation change the decision.
It is not a question of a few
cents or of pleasing a salesman.
It is a question of health.
If this appeals to you as rea
sonable and sensible advice, it
is worth reading twice. And it
is worth remembering.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
New York
Dr. R. E. Whittaker
DENTIST
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
OFFICE IN BAILEY BLOCK.
Mountain Home, Idaho.
Chamberlain's Tablets.
This is a medicine intended es
pecially for stomach troubles, bilious
ness and constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain
ing in favor and popularity. Obtain
able everywhere.
Fred J. Pilliner
Graduate Optician
Watchmaker
and
Jeweler
I osrry In stosk a fins llns
of High Grads Jewelry and
Cut Glass
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Subscribe for the Republican
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bean
the
Signature of
to
Skinner Returns to Poet.
New York.—Robert P. Skinner, con
sul general for the American
govern
ment at London, has sailed for Lon
don. Mr. Skinner is returning to his
post after having spent two weeks 4n
the United States on leave.
Jumped Ten Thousand Feet.
London.—Colonel Maitland of the
Royal naval air service. Jumped with
a parachute from an aeroplane which
was 10,000 feet In the air. He landed
safely, it took the colonel fifteen min
it
i
utes to make the descent
THE WORK OF
The
SCRIVER-FARRIS Lecture and Study Course
Is a Work of Worth to Every Boy and Girl;.Every Home and
ness, in Every Community That is Fortunate Enugh to Secure it.
SAMPLE PROGRAM.
Church; Every School and Busi
Public Meetings
Monday—"Your Community Spir
Ladies Study Course
Monday—"What Are You Be
holding.''
Tuesday—"The Mine of the Mind.
Wednesday —"Suggestion, What
is it?"
Thursday-—"Developing the In
dividual"
Friday—"What is Worth! While."
Professional and Business Men, Club Women
it"
Tuesday—"Humanity on Crutch
es."
Wednesday—"That Boy.
Thursday—"The City of Yester
day, Today and Tomorrow.
Friday—"World's Greatest Por
traits"
Endorsed by School Superintendents, Preachers
and Mothers wherever the wo k has been given.
M
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Congregational Church, Mountain Home, Beginning Dec. 5th.
LmUe. Study Clas. Every Afternoon »t 2:30. Public Meeting « 8. No atamion-SHvor
CRYSTAL THEATRE
Monday, Dec. 6th.
Vita. 3 reel feature—iOne perform
ance Only."
LubimComedy—"A Day on, the Force.*
Tuesday, Dec, 7.
Mary Pickford in "Teas of the Storm
Country" Paramount Special Fea
ture in 5 reels. Admission 10 and
20. cents. No Children free.
Wednesday, Dec. 8.
Drama— in 2 reels—"Love's
Bio.
Melody"
Essanay Drama-— 1 "The Little Pros
pector."
Kalem Comedy 1 —"The Merry Moving
Man" Ham and Bud.
Thursday, Dec. 9.
Vita Drama—"The Hand of God"
Bssa. Drama—"The Bachelor Baby. "
Lub;n Comedy—"Susie'® Suitors"
"An African Hunt"
Friday, Dec. 10.
Pathe Weekly—"Pathe Weekly No. 85.
Pathe Serial—"Neal of the Navy"
Starlight Comedy—"Great While it
Lasted' '
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Saturday, Dec. 11.
Kalem Drama—"Her Secret"
Selig Animal Picture— "The Master
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of the Bengals"
Essa. Comedy—"A Countless Counit"
Aid society of the'
Congregational church will hold a
cooked food and flower sale at ^h e I
Idaho Power & Light company's office
on December 23rd. Sale commences
at 2:30 p. m. Leave your orders with
Mm. L. L. Spring and Mrs. C. H,
Stewart
The Ladies
"Teas of the Storm Country pos
sesses the qualities that make for
success. This remarkable photodrama
with "Little Mary" Pickford in the
title role, is the big event at the
Crys'al Theatre on December 7th. It
Is Mary Pickford plus a drama that
permits the versatile little actress
to display her.dramatic abilities as
well as her charming personality
Tess is a character that will ill in
the memory of the audience long
after the shallow, conventional hero
ines of the average photodrama have
been forgotten, Idealized by Mary
Pickford, it renders a performance! of
oompeI * lng beau,t Y forcefuiness,
it ascends to the realms of art that
words alone cannot describe.
Order to Show Cause Why Munlng
Property Should Not Be Sold.
In the Probate Court of Elmore
| County, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of Martin
Kirby, Deceased.
ON HEADING AND FILING THE
PETITION of William A. Nixon, ad
ministrator of the estate of Martin
Kirby, deceased, and praying among
o.her things for the sale of the min
ing property belonging to the said
estate to pay claims which have been
allowed against said estate for which
there are no funds to pay, and it ap
pearing to the court that the peti
tion is in proper form and that said
natter is properly before this court,
IT IS ORDERED, That all persons
nterestcd in the esta e of the said
Martin Kirby, deceas-td, be and ap
pear before the Probate Court in and
lot said Elmore county at the court
room of sa d court, in Mountain
Home, In said Elmore county, on the
18th day of December, 1915, at 10
o'clock A. M., then and there to
show cause why an order of sale
should not be made for the sale of |
the mining property belonging to
said estate dss ribed as follows: .
United Mining Claim, Fourth of
I illy Mining Claim, Tariff Minig
Jlaim, Blue Bell Mining Claim, all
located in Bear Creek Mining Dis
trict, Elmo.e County, Idaho, for a
more spec fie description reference
s hereby made to the location no
tices of said claims, mines or lodes,
recorded in the Recorder's office of
said county and state.
It is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published for three
successive weeks, before the said
18th day of December, 1915, in the
Elmore* County Republican, a news
paper printed and published in the
said Elmore county.
P. H. GRAY,
Judge of Probate.
Dated November 20, 1915.
(SEAL)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the assessment roll for Local Sanitary
Sewerage Improvement District No.
2, of the Village of Mountain Home,
as approved by the Board of Trustees
of said Village on the 24th day of
November, 1915, has been placed In
the hands of the Village Treasurer
for collection. Any assessment there
in may be paid at any time within
thirty days from the date of the
first publication of this notice with
out penalty, interest, or costs.
Dated this 27th day of November,
1915.
'
j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the assessment roll for Local Sewer
A. F. ANDERSON,
Village Treasurer.
age Improvement District No. 1, of
i the Village of Mountain Home, as
approved by the Board of Trustees of
aaid Vil,aKe on the 24th day of No
| vember, 1915, has been placed in the
I hands of the Village Treasurer for
collection. Any assessment therein
may be |ia ' d at an Y time within thirty
days fiom the date of the first pub
I Nation °* tbi8 n °ti ce without
pen
alty, interests or costs.
Dated this 27th day of Nvember,
1916.
I
A. F. ANDERSON,
Village Treasurer.
FURS
SHIP TO BIGGS
Highest Prices in Years Skunk, CoonJjS
•bout oublB last yaar's prices' °W * muni K
havefure and will pay the price to aet them.
ImmotiM or-daro on hand: We always pli
highest prices but this year moro than ever
Vou get ev«Vee":
FREE Sr* f ?, r Fr## °°py of "Trappers' Ex
_ Xt*??Y? J. , ul1 o tpictures ami a-tuu?«torie« of
fl
.v«.unpperH, r uii or pictures
JJSPy 1 * "j hunting adventure. Shows how to tran
T P p e^ *»s IIP* I* L i * if* p*u°st money"for them?
FOUND—A small,
ting) suit
E. W.SI86S & CO., AV.A'y™*;
baby slippers and
wearing apparel,
(cane or mat
case containing pair of
other articles of
Call at the Repub
lican office.
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The purchase price of this famous.
oneida comwry
.RELIANCE PLATE .
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W E give coupons with every 26c. pur
chase of all the high grade guaran
teed products made by the United
Drug Company. We are willing to lose
money on the silverware to get you ac
quainted with these goods, which
standard in their line.
are
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Liggett's and Fenway Candles, Harmony Perfnmes, Toilet ArHcfes,
Brushes, Stationery, Rubber Goods and hundreds of other items,
household preparations, etc. When you want something ask for a
United Drug Co. product because coupons are only given with these
goods. You cannot afford not to secure this popular silverware,
guaranteed 25 years, when you can get it on our half bought plan.
As an example, this teaspoon that sella for 20c. you can get for 10c.
with coupons. ■ _
Roscoe W. Smith Co.
November Half Gone, Winter
Coming-Are You
Ready Men?
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Do you realize that new winter
clothes are in order right now?
You'Ll have to get a new suit or
overcoat anyway—why not have It
now and get a full season'swear out
of it?
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Overcoats $20 to $45
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Men's and Boys' Hats.
Men's and Boys' Shoes.
Heavy Mackinaw's —all sizes.
School Suits for the Boys.
Furnishings far the Boys.
Boys' Overcoats.
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COPYRIGHT 1913
The house of kuppenheimer
ECKTSEIN BROS.
CLOTHES OF QUALITY
Line Your Home
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With
CHI-NAMEL
ihINAH
Use it on walls, floors, furniture
and for decoration of fabrics
W. L. Thompson
FURNITURE
COMPANY
Q. A. HERDER, Manager.
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Butter Wrappers:
100 , $ 1 . 00 ; 200 , $ 1.50
500 , $ 2 . 00 ; 1000 , $ 3.00

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