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We have just received 10,000 pounds of Idaho Alfalfa Seed, 99.8 Per Cent Purity. Also have limited supply of Lyman's genuine Grimm Alfalfa. Bulk Garden Seed at cata logue prices. Buy here and save the postage. Get your order in early. Phone 44 ardware saimo« OOX^KXXK Bargain Auction 1 At BURBKIDGE'S, Salmon, Ô Monday, April 281 Commencing at i O'clock P. M. K 8 Head Cattle—Shorthorn Milch cow, good one, x % Gurnsey heifer with calf. Good young Jer- « spy, large Jersey milch cow, coming fresh and 3 Red cows. ü Head Horses—Sorrel pack and saddle mare, a gray mare (4 yr. old) family animal, 2 pack horses and team bay work mares. Miscellaneous—Ford ton-truck, in good condi tion, 3 * A Wagon with 14 ft. rack, 3 i/o wagon with hay rack; heavy hack, single buggy, set single driving harness, set fancy light double harness, breeching harness, 28 in. stud collar with humes, 7 good collars; 2 McCormick mowers, 14 in. sul ky plow, double section steel harrow', spring tooth harrow, potato planter, cutter and digger;'stump I idler, orchard cultivator, hog oiler, portable blacksmith forge, (> rough locks, log and finger chains, wagon shoe loading chain, harpoon, DeLi val separator, Galloway separator. 200 egg incu babator, churn, gasoline lamp, mauls and wedges, adze, 2 hand saws, crosscut saw, 1 pitch forks, hoes, garden rakes, shovels, 3 pv>st hole diggers, block and tackle, 100-ft, surveyor's steel tape, a 'j 22-rifle new Arcadia range, a fine baker 0-burner ** gas range used 2 months, 2 wood heaters, woolen rug, chairs, 1 bed springs and matresses, sanitary JJ couch, upholstered couch, a dandy oak dresser, a V} beautiful Hoosier kitchen cabinet, a Singer sew ing machine, a rocker. 15 jars canned fruit, 2 pairs hobbles, fancy hair riding bridle. 2 pairs spurs, 2 Barred Rock cockerels and many other £$ useful articles. K Everv article advertised will be offered for sale « reve| t Holstein cow, appearing in sale bills. ** ALLEN O. HESS, Auctioneer, cs ESTRAY NOTICE Came to tn> ranch about Septem ber t. UilM. one brown gelding com Ing five yearn old. branded on left . shoulder. Ia*y C with bar at opening G. 11 Henson. Leadore Dated April 4 1319 A. A. Smith & (o. salmon, Idaho. P«>x 573 HIDES A N D .FURS. t ow hide» S3 to 17 50; Pelt* M to TO; Horse, green salt, *1 to Id: lUt.s ..K* to ( nils as to value l hey VLL sa» we will go brake paving such high prices Hut wo will pay you more cash than any outside buyer bring In your hides and furs and help its go broke. f<>r we are the lurge-t and fastest growing fur house in smallest town in world. We hit the ball —— Another American Triumph. a Euioih'iui record for the most heavily luden freight train was es tul> IL-hed by a Russian railroad when an A merleau locomotive hauled n train feet long with a loud of I.1U4 ♦ «»»»% ***************** j* LEMHI * *********** * * .;. * * * I William Mahafley and family were in Salmon from Lemhi on Wednes tlay. ; Other Salmon vlaltorn from Lemhi j during the week were Mr and Mrs. Saaha Tobias and Mr. and Mrs. A. ! M. Hooper, who came from Idaho I Falls last fall and were so well pleas ed with Lemhi county have remained intending now to become residents of Salmon. I Charles H. Holbrook and wife I came down from Hayden creek basin on Wednesday by train. ■ Singleness of Purpose. •'It may sound strange," said the boarding-house bachelor, "but a lot of men are convinced that the easiest way to win the battle of life Is to fight It single-handed." I Carpenter -and-- Contractor Look experience and first class work SALMON. IDAHO GOOD ROOMS AND GOOD BOARD at the DAViS HOUSF.. SALMON Corner Andrews and Slump Streets Meal.. Family Sole 3' cents Ity t he Wei k *7 00 OR. E. L. HUBBARD. DENTIST Medi-tn Dentistry in all its branches G O'lie in Steal Block. l»hone IS lies. Flume DO Salmon, Idaho ALLEN O HESS LICENSED AUCTIONEER General Farm and Livestock sales. Dull , arranged at residence In brick house north or Thos Andrews. FRED V. BISCOE, FARM LOANS Insurance. Auditing and Collecting. Salmon, Idaho ______ LOU iS FREY GENERAL FLCMUINU AND HEAT I ING j SALMON, IDAHO Gt>t ,n> •Miniate», which are always ' furnished. AT. M. CARPENTER TE.NDOY, IDAHO CENftRAL AUCTIONEER LIVESTOCK SOLD AT PRIVATE on rciudc sale. L. E. GLENNON, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office# I. Ü. O. F. Bldg. Salmon, Idaho JAMES A OWENS' TRANSFER motor truck ( Baggage and small parcels delivered anywhere Phone 175. LEMHI REALTY CO. P J DEMPSEY, Manager I____ Salmon, Idaho. CHARLES F. HANMER. ~ I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office, Steele Budding. Main Street Residence Phene 51. Office Phone t DR. OWEN T. STRATTON PHYSICIAN \N1> SURGEON SALMON. IDAHO V * * * v * V V * V V V V V V v :• MAY * ... v v * * ❖ * t ^ ♦ Mi.- I.:;u . > •. : >:« and Luwr nee o'.Nciil wit*- îaarritü in Challis Tues day, April ~i. the brides mother, di Johi Oh rom, and the grooms i-t<r Mi ■ Beatrice O'Neal. accom p lining ti in. They will reside on one of tie O'Neal ranches. Mr. Quinn, an uid-tinnr and loi 'dier p - ■ d away last Tuesday. The iuncial was largely attended in May. Hi.- genial smile and cheerful word j will b greatly missed. Misses Pauline and Frances Bow man are the new -central" girls in : in Ma\ telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vaughn spent Ha.-ier Sunday in May, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Meitzler. . Shorett'fi candy stcre is putting in a nev. soda fountain and will serve iee cream and soda in addition to fruits, lunches, etc. Friend of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Tag gart regret to hear of the sad news j of the death of James Hannah, a j brother of Mr Taggart, who served ; in the late war over seas and was ap ! pointed escort to President Wilson's party on their trip abroad. He was a native of Ireland. While abroad he received a furolugh that he might re. turn to his native ciuntry to visit his parents. While there he contracted pneumonia and died. James was a fine lad and his going has cast a gloom over his many Pahsiniaroi friends. Miss Fannie Matly has taken the posiliin made vacant in the Fnion Central bank by the resignation of Miss Louise Ostrom. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Terry have moved to Mrs. Hooper's ranch adjoining May. Jane Herndon is home after a siege of the flu while visiting in Arm stead. Mrs. Herndon is recovering from the flu and will soon ge back in May. Dally Thought. Every man has at times In his mind the ideal of what he should be, but is not.—Theodore Parker. BREAD Buy Your Daily Bread at the Quality and Flavor Guaranteed ■'.STRAY—Came to my premises about Jan. 1. 1019. one brown two year old colt, white ; i ripe in face and brand on left thigh. ED L. T. ! RAMSEY, Lemhi. ( Where's the worst hill in your neighborhood The one that's hardest to climb. 1 he one you would like to take on "high." Put TEXACO MOTOR OIL ui \ our crank ease and have ; a go at it. See how much I more power your motor de livers. See how TEXACO MOTOR OIL seals up the space between piston rings and cylinder walls, how it prevents leakage of "gas," and how it conserves all the energy of your mixture. SALMON FUEL & SUPPLY CO COAL. OIL, GASOLINE. John's mother objects to Ciuarreiin„ and fighting anipng her children. One day some one described a friend s house us having such heavy partition walls that noise in one room could not b heard .in an adjoining room. John said, "1 wish our In use was like that; then when mamma is in the sitting room and us kids in the dining room - « n scrap started, v.e could fight in titac.v' At The Variety SÄ March «■ Each Day. WLXDoj New C -AT Idaho Cen t! Stew Knit Velie Sin, 5-Pw Both these ears have been placed by in the automobile world by th< Velie leads all others in the Li the Stearns, which makes only Eights, stands pre-eminently a There are other Velie styles. Will Mho Auto fit Auto Parts and Si Repairing of ALL Kinds done by at ' ! ; Wse up on tobacco," says Bu4 "A lot of you fel- Good ■lows are cheating yourselves out of lycostk real tobacco satis- or< h D faction. That's what I get out of Genii good old Gravely." f or Peyton B: LEAL, CHEWIN Plug packed in, Bttrbridge & Son Tr: PHONE NO. 1. Y e give a regular passenger be troin all trains. Baggage hau' Household goods crated, stored periencd men. |We are fully kinds of heavy hauling with * r - anc ] teams. We are also dealers in and grain. Feed stable in conn business. Fairbanks and Morset on scales. Office and warehouse. Charles and Shoup streets. vYe have now in service a cow; outfit. Rates by the cord or by the Hagen's NE Meet your friends at HA. Sunday Dinner-4 to mi to uddc -• Wot bad habit . names, ; lg prefixing —to be fi or midi Mr.