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ö V **•■. •• 0T- Tk.'ÇS' s> PJP M A D ^ • •* / s? ». ri *14 .V ' 4>£ ' 'V c r*-'< ijiu»* ; V- r. *) m / n m u C-/ *•% ftLt* r* S AV, you'll have a streak of cmokcluck thatftl put pep-in-^your-srr.okemotor, all right, if you 11 ring-in with a junmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert tor packing! Juli between our selves, you naver will wise-up to htgh-apot htr.uk s-joy until you can call a pipe by tt * first name, then, to hit the pealc-of-plea.ure you land square on that two-fated-man-tobacco, Prince Albert ! Well, air, you'll be so all-fired happy you'll want to get a photo graph of yourself bredzmg up the l«kc with your smokethrotde wide open! Talk abê tit s>moko-aport f Quality makes Prince Albert »0 appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could srr.cke a pipe and men who've amcked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out! P. A. can t bibs or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! Right now while the gdinc's good you get out your old jtrrnr.y pipe or the papers and land cn some P. A. for what aih your particular aniokeappetstc ! ^rrr.^1 Ymu Ittif Print» Alhwrt tmKmrm fohue o >» tmM, Toppy rmd bngt, itdr fJ ê%m$, hêintét n 0 /juaunJ und ha J ounJ tm humidor» und ~ that p»«tf»ia/ tHaund erwatai »•*** humidor unth »pun»» ifp that k«»p» th » toko eco tn rath porfact c und. turn R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C Company, xxxxxxifltxxtmKiflflSfloofl« PALACE REST NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC Under formor 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 sorve you as of old. Everything new. m xxmxiîxisiîîxxxxxmîfl c Old Mason Shop Reopened READY FOR BUSINESS M. ('. Kruger, Prop. Salmon, Idaho. Horseshoeing, Bhuksmithing, and all kinds of •Repair Work. Prices of horseshoeing dejiemis on size of shoe. All work guaranteed. limitai Come and Sec Bocuust* wp call our store a VARIETY STORE you may have the idea our stock consists of no tions, trinkets, and such line of goods sometimes found in stores of like name. BUT THIS IS NOT THE CASE Only goods of a first class quality, which we can safely guarani. v, are included in our stock. And our line id xo >•! > >m lud* the t»e*t gr»de» of chlliuvstv, eiuuueled wure »mi «I« * w.ue uwi »r,- hwtidled in Oil« city or In thi* wefion of th« 'omitO We have (hi »e gixwl» In grade» of all prie«» lo at.» tio »net* of nu> cu»|otu««r And anv grade w« »ell I» guarantee«! to be worth (hr money An ioapertl'f. «! out Kiwal« «dl couvim « any purchaser of till fact. Salmon VARIETY STORE f^^TWffTtfTfy^Hy^nwTfy^fmnwTtfWfTffiwf?yinnTWTyHyfftviiH | TTTTWtTTTTTTTr 1 iddtio 'lOfMhw SALMON (ITÏ GARAGE Agency and service station for Dodge Bros, and Che\ rolet Cars. Battery Charging and Repair Station. Tires and Automobile Accessories Vulcanizing Shop in conjunction. Live Storage at .$10 per month; Dead Storage at $G jK»r month. BRADLEV » WATKINS Limestone Continues in Favor. Pulverized llrmutonc continue:« to be In favor u*t u »oll sweetener or fertil izer, according to the I'nlted States geological survey. Since the figures of production were first coinplled i« Kill the Industry has steadily In creased. ami (tie output for I 01 G of 1 , (SX!,.'! 7 i 5 short tons, valued at $l,Ut*, WC. represi-nls n gain of Td'J ja-r cent in quantity and lOo is r cent In value for the six years. Cured st a Coct of 25 Cents. "Kljjht |t««r.s agi> when we first inovi-d to Mat ton. t w».i n gn-ut suf ferer from indigestion and 'constipa tion," writes Mrs Robert Allison, Mat toon, til "I had frequent head aelies and dizzy spells, and tio-ri was a feeling like a heavy welit h ' press ing on my »(oinach amt che»! aM th' ; qttlne. i felt miserable Evc.'v mo:rel of food distressed me. 1 could not j rest at night and felt tired and worn , out all the time. One bottle of bane berlain's Tablet» cured me and I : have slnee felt like a dlfferna per son For sale by K. G Hettinger, ; Salmon Orugglsl Adv. . 1 . A.IIERXDOX Real Hstatc Insurance Mines SALMON. IDAHO. FARM and RANCH LAND for sale, in the SALMON RIVER COUNTRY. CITY PROPERTY bought and sold. HAWS (AFE IK NEW HOME The Hagen Cafe is now open for the public in iN new and permanent home adjoining the Hagen market. At Greene's Store \Ye handle only honest groceries of first quali ty. And in addition tt» that, we consider each cus tomer a personal friend and treat him as such. nn EASTERN CANNED C.OODS NOM IN STOCK SPECIAL—Mel aughlin's Coffee in bulk or can. !UV to l >e per 1!>; 2.x* to $1.75 per pkg. C ANNI.D l LI il IN C.ALL0N I'ANS—Lvfgan Ixrrics, Peaches, Cherries, Blackberries and Pumpkin. 75c to $1.20 per gallon. Arthur Greene j V V • V ran» If:! 4. 4. 4. 4. .*. 4. 4 - •> + ❖ + + + PLEASANT GROVE + + + + * + + + + + + + * . V;eg and little son Alben been quite sick With the fiu. me* (1-21' ' has moved to the ü 10 live with t:- »on opened i.ere last Monday :.rt McKinney is ht me again a! a 'lege Of the flu. r.' >. .bet ' o*.«! !.a j not been g any R» Cross work on at f nu* ne se b - 1 hope- tO do SO ï|*' BOHANNON GAR .> 4- 4 it r. ». ; ■-.r: aatÄ-sar-r £ f * The Plîfaiô" **—Sh! What v. -juid iiapoc-n to ma if I were your kid? W eil, if you're not acquainted with Ca! imet Bakinga you don't kno.v what a good ex cuve I heve. / Can't Ihlp Helping M •//—- they're so good! G > d for me too, be cause C' V-.L-: Bakings are »h-.L _o.Ti" r digested. Millions of r.—ther3 use GALUBilET BSKUiO POWDER because of its purity—bcca - .:se ii b; t r-.ultv and it ec .nornical in c , t and c ." Calumet con tu. re on r y »ac*l Incrediealt Suva been t-p rrov-d of Hz - O y by I lie U S. food Author it i.,. Ico cji/a w bon you b*:, li. Uj i ten rove ir' o> ti. a li. .'to \ U!S "'iîi^V ssl5SK *i ' ibL w 4 # 4. 4. 4- 4» •• *s- v + •> CARMEN •> V V V V v v -:- + 4 I.*e Jones returned from the east last week, having been through the tiza-kh ana a- far as St. Louis. Kan sas City and Omaha in looking up live stock interests. He finds, he the be.-? live stock coentry rieht here in Lemhi county after . -efully looking ail ever elsewhere, it for this reason that Mr Lee, la.-' year sold his sheep, now In tends to embark in the- cattle busi r. . - To this end he has already ». vh- t' h* ad of good cows from th< L> rahi Irrigation and Orchard y through Peter McKinnev ifbther ; ■■■:■ > -t y are offered to suit his rpose ,]lT of h flE ie icf* .. *ai $ uppl be f n ^ ta k --n fi. ri: Sa! iron riv er at (he- brie a- its t hie 1 s inches .&•] t h ■ ic e !» easi!;. • cut from th .<■ &bor«r on tbt north side. Amo t.'' tfif- rant h h omes thu: to be * uppliw ' for the :,!ii<-r' in -s lo cal it y are : (:ot e o f Bert Lri :nj«-'R. M Steele, C. T. Itillon. Wal Ln< H h »via the Mr r raeken=, Î ileade .family and ——i Stock Randes I have for sale this exceptional live stock oppor tunity in several units'to be sold as a whole, as to 1 lows: No. 1—3,800 acres, half of which is now or has been under plow; all well fenced, with four or five sets of buildings on the home ranch; all fav orably located for operating the same. No. 2—760 acres, carries with it a section of state land leased and contiguous to main body; over 500 acres of this ranch is under cultivation. No. 3—920 acres in addition to over 200 acres state land purchased; about 240 acres of this land under plow and irrigated; balance wild hay land, with the best of wild meadow pasture. No. 4—240 acres; 80 acres in alfalfa; 100 acres wild meadow; balance first class wild pas ture. These lands all carry exceptional and un questioned water rights. All of these several holdings can be bought for $35 per acre if sold as a unit, including all ma chinery, improvements of every kind and person al property except hay in stack and grain in bins. Can sell with these lands 2,000 head of cattle, the number depending upon the season of delivery. Forest reserve rights for 1200 cattle and can win ter from 18,000 to 25,000 head of sheep on the j lands, besides from 1.500 to 2,000 head of cattle. Can sell to include all live stock now carried, in cluding sheep and cattle, or the lands alone. TERMS: One-third cash; balance to run for a term of years at 6 nev cent interest. DON'T FORGET SALMON CITY PROPERTY. See HARRY KELLY, SâMoni CtoanUp Syrup Sale! AT VIEL'S 60c Pail Banner Syrup for............................3 .50 $1.15 Pail Banner Syrup foru.......................95 .55 1.00 .60 Ä -„-'up lor.................. 1.05 81.00 Pail Rose Bud Syrup for.......................75 $1.95 Pail Rose Bud Syrup for........... 1.45 81.15 Sack Pure Buckwheat for............95 9-lb Sack Rye Flour for.................................60 •' Pkgs. Best Raisins for.................... 1.0Ö 3 Pkgs. Best Raisins for...... 35 U> Plugs Climax Tobacco for ...................... 5.Ê 10 Large Candles................................. .25 10 lbs. Dry Onions for............. ......... .60 No. 5 Pail Pure Lard for.........' 1.45 No. 10 Pail Pure Lard for •> 90| 50-Ib Sack Table Salt for ' ZZZ............. >; Hershey's Premium Chocolate lb for .35 Hershey's Breakfast Cocoa tb for ...... .40 6 Large Cans Kraut for .......... ........... 1.00 o Large Cans Kraut and Sausage for'!!!!."!."!." Lia o 1 Kgs. i east Foam for........... . .li ■> Pkgs. Jello for....................... .................... 'gi These goods are all being sold to vou cheapeï than any store can buy them wholesale today. It'j your fault not ours when you pay the other fNH more. SALE LASTS* 1Ö DAYS VICL'S CASH GROCER' SALMON. IDAHO W»b -:- <- v + ***♦❖ + ❖.*.* + * v LEADORE ** + + + + + 4. 4. ^ ^ Mr?. Hart and Frederick -fa c - -pent Monday in Leadore. Scott Vearian of Seattle i 9 ^ :a: relatives and old friends in jT hi county this winter. WedneRdaj^ vi-r-d the Leadore schools. He many chang^-s have taken 5 since he lived here 28 years a?o RUPERT—HAYS V - Emma Hays, daughter of jj, H'i M. ii. ! ! Hays, and Gsor^g a pert wer* married on New Ta ; • Poca'-Ho, where Mi.-. jm ' 1 ■< n d r.z clerical work for m ■ • -v ■ r . Mr. Rupert at Leador« tyjfl •ion J the railroad. :: Rupert ! ft at oN . r ; • ^ Married ir> Colorao'c Wor I h.-.rf come to Mrs Clara Ü f >rd of the marriage of her daugQ Ruth to Asa C. Miller at Man* ■ lor.i ■ MiRadford was a Sg| ng left here early D £ camber to take a position as *j oerapher n- Manasta.