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The Idaho recorder. [volume] (Salmon City, Idaho) 1886-1927, November 15, 1918, Image 8

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To Destroy Plant Worms.
Worms may be killed In Jars of pot
ted plants by taking n dozen horse
cliostmits cn.i iwurlng over the in two
quarts of hot water, writes L. M. T.
la the Mother's Magazine. Let stand
over night and with this water thor
oughly saturate the earth In the Jars.
It will not injure the filants, hut the
wortus will be dead in a few hours.
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GENERAL REPAIRING AND OVERHAUL
ING BY THE MAN WHO KNOWS HOW
We specialize in first class repairing and elec
trical work, which is always guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Call and see us before having your
car overhauled. We are at your service in the
Shoup building, Center street, one block from
Main street.
Your 160 gift means that one boy will have a whole year's
supply of all the good things that, ihese seven recognized or
ganizations can give him. It will support his store, fats church,
his theatre, his school, his library, aftd hi* club.
Contributed by ARTHUR GREENE
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PALACE RESTA URANT R
NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC
Under former well-known management of LOUIS,
who was located at same place in Salmon ten years
ago. He has come back. Please call and let him
serve you as of old. Everything new.
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WINTER STOCK at THE "VARIETY" I
FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR for
Ladle*. Mis*»*,. Boys and Children
SWEATRS for Babies and Children
up to D >eats of age.
WOOL CAPS
and Uabie*.
for Ladies, Children
WOOL GLOVES ANO MITTENS tor
Lathe* ami Children.
The higher the war fund go««
The deeuer the Kalaer'a woes.
Give to the limit, the boya over
there are watching you.
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SALMON dïï GARAGE
Agency and service station for Dodge Bros, and
Chevrolet Cars.
Battery Charging and Repair Station.
Tires and Automobile Accessories
Vulcanizing Shop in conjunction.
Live Storage at $10 per month; Dead Storage at
$6 per month.
BRADLEY 8 WATKINS
Chamberlain's Coupn Remedy.
Do not imagine that because other
cough nn-dlcincfi failed to give you
relief that It will be the same with
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Bear
in tnind that from a small beginning
this remedy has gained a world wide
reputation and immense sale. A
medicine must have exceptional
merit to win esteem wherever it be
comes known. For sale by E. G. Het
linger, Salmon Druggist.__
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LEADORE •*
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Don C. Reed came over from May
for a short visit near Leadore.
Miss Margaret Ecker visited the
Sells family In Swan basin last week.
Miss Irene Yearian, w'ho Is teach
ing in Albany, Oregon, and Will
Yearian at Ft. Warden, Wash., are
both recovering from an attack of
influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Yearian and
Hubert have returned to their home
near Leadore.
C. H. Benson, Lee Reamy, Harry
Pierce and John Edwards, who have
been delivering stock in the eas> re
turned to their hdnes in. Leadore
last week. All are well but precau
tlons were taken for a few days that
n 0 Influenza germs should be scat
;tered.
Horace Ecker, who is quite well
known here, has been transferred
from Camp I tick, at Dalles, Texas, to
the Flying Field near Lonoke, Ar
kansas. He has Just recovered from
a severe case of influenza.
Friends of the Carlson family will
he glad to learn that the cases of in
floenza in that home are Improving
rapidly.
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Mis* Lewi«, who eshne over from
Salmon to visit at the Caples camp,
Is recovering from an attack of influ
enza. Miss Rovers ;s niso a guest
of Mrs. Caples.
The O'Conner family have all
been til with influenza but are now
on the convalascent li«t.
Hilliard Grieber is also another in
flenza my lent in this dlstirlct sick
with influenza. He is at the Italian
mine.
Louis Began returned last week
from the Blackbird mine.
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Attention! All Pitt
100 Percent Americans
According to ths Butte Post of November 8,
1918, the most prominent suspect in all the West
ern States thus far brought to book under the Es
poinage act is the head pf a large milling com
pany arrested in Portland. He is chained with
having declared th^ he was a German and glad
of it. That he had ßefved 25 years under the Kai
ser and that it was better to be over there than
here. If this is the fçind of man he is why should
we eat his brand of Food Stuffs? We ourselves
cancelled several hundred dollars worth of cere
als that would have Come this month and we are
going to return to the jobber all full cases of his
goods now in stock.
We will now carry in place of these goods a full
line of Oatana and Ceretana oats, Wheat, Pan
cake Flour, etc.
DON'T FORGET OUR NOVEMBER SALE.
THINK OF IT!
3 Pkgs. Best Seeded Raisins for.....................35
9 Pkgs. Best Seeded Raisins for.................... 1.00
What do you pay the other fellow for Raisins?
1 Pkg. of above Raisins FREE with every sack of
Salmon A or Whole Wheat Flour bought at our
store till November 30th.
4 Cans Baby Size Milk for.............................25
6 Tall Cans Milk for...................................... l[oO
No. 6 Pail Pure Lard for.............................. R40
No. 10 Pail Pure Lard for............................ 2.80
You can now buy all the Flour you want without
Substitutes.
15 Bars Crystal White Soap for.................... 1.00
19 Bars White Flyer Soap for...................... 1.00
6 Large Cans Sauerkraut for........................ 1.00
7V* lbs. Navy Beans for................................ loo
8 Cans California Tomatoes for.................... KOO
And many other articles listed in our circular last
week; Sale runs until November 30th. Discount
off in case lots.
VIEL'S CASH GROCERY
SALMON IDAHO
One hundred forty-seven acres, about half of
which is fine tillable land, as good as can be
found in the county, with fine outside range
and improvements as follows: $100 worth of
fencing, including GO rods woven wire and barb
wire combined; about 10 acres grubbed and
plowed and $40 worth of garden truck; house,
barn, henhouse, hog house, smoke house, cellar,
etc., besides Oliver chilled plow, Iron Age garden
tools. Queen Cultivator, lumber, household goods,
etc. Location ten miles south of Salmon, immedi
ately on the river. Everything mentioned goes
with the place. For further particulars call at
The Recorder office, Salmon, Idaho.
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GILMORE
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We are still very fortunate, no
case of influenza has put in an ap
pearance. We hav e our masks ready,
our signs out that we are in quar
antine against the outside world and
profoundly hope to come forth un
scathed. We were all sorry to learn
of the death of Mrs. Geo. Johnson at
Salt Lake this past week. Mrs. John
son spent the summier In Gilmvure
and had only recently gone to Salt
Lake to live for the winter.
The Weirs, who went a couple of
weeks ago to Idaho Falls to attend a
funeral, are held there by the quar
antine.
The young folks are having jolly
times coasting. Winter has no ter
rors for them.
It is Representative Snow now. We
are glad Gilmore will be represented
in our legislative body. Congratula
tions.
Billie Noble has moved his family
to the Allhands ranch.
The posofflce has been moved into
the bank building.
! Mrs. Ervin Jewett received word
that her husband was in the wreck
I in Illinois when a train of soldiers
j en route to New York was thrown
j from the track. He is still In the hos
pital In Geneva. Those that were u'n
, Injured continued their Journey after
I a few day's rest.
j Mrs. John Mock received a letter
from Clarence last week telling her
, that he is a hospital in France with
I a wounded arm. He tells how glad
! he is to lie In a bed. Mrs. A. R. Nich
1 ols also is in recept of a field card,
saying that- her son Ray is in a hos
pital. £
I H. J. Grimes, formerly engaged In
building and contracting in Salmon,
I was called here from Butte by the
death of Henry Bagley, who was an
old friend.
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No Mystery
in Meat
Some things are so simple
that they have to be explained
again and again. When things
are obvious, people keep looking
for mysteries behind them.
So it is with the packing bus
iness. The mere size of Swift
& Company confuses many.
Because their imaginations are
not geared up to scale, they be
lieve there must be magic in it
somewhere—some weird power.
Swift & Company is just like any
other manufacturing business run by
human beings like yourself; it takes in
raw material on the one hand and turns
out a finished product on the other.
Swift & Company keeps down the
"spread," or the expense absorbed be
tween raw and finished material, to as
low a figure as. possible. (If it didn't
it would be put out of business by
others who do.)
How much Swift & Company pays
for the raw material, and how much
it gets for the finished product, depends
upon conditions which Swift &
Company does not control.
It depends entirely upon how much
people want the finished product, and
how much raw material there is avail
able to make it from.
The profits of Swift & Company
amount to less than one cent per pound
on all meats and by-products—less than
one-fourth of a cent on beef.
Keep Your Pledge
Make Good for Our
Fighting Men
0/ BUT WAR - SAVINGS
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Swift & Company, U.S. A.
HAGEN'S CASH MARKET
Salmon, Idaho
FOR MEATS, VEGETABLES AND POULTR]
FRESH, COOKED AND SALTED.
A complete stock of fresh meats of all kinds,
ham, tongue, chicken and roasts.
All fruits and vegetables in season.
Phone your orders, which have prompt attentio
at all times.
Stove Time
Is Here Again
We have a nice line of the
ECONOMY, CAST & SHEET IRON HEATj
ROUND OAK & ECONOMY COAL HEAll
COAL HODS, STOVE BOARDS, PIPE
Everything you need to set up the Stove- j
Call us if you can't set up your Stove wit
swearing a Blue Streak.
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