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iVERTISING Advertisements undei lTKS: head will tie charged for at the jo cents per line each Issue Republican will not be re risible for more than one inser i for errors in classified adver ments. or )h FOR SALE—Miscellaneous Radian range kitchen cab tet. dining room table and four lairs, library table, two rockers, falnut bedroom set. Apply to !. Wright 217 S. Shilling. HO-WYOMING oil refining bmpany stock. 500 shares or any irt of it (1.00 per share. This impany has no stock for sale at ir and are about ready to declare dividend. For particulars Iq uire of Nick Knesboro, 424 South jays street, Pocatello, Idaho 13-1 tEB COLTS, BRANDED .WITH nchor on 14ft shoulder. Last ten at Ben Nellson's ranch. Notify . H. Carlos, Route 1. !0 CLEVELAND TRACTOR. CAN i seen at Hendrie Implement 10a 9p. I TEAMS FOR J|ALE CHEAP: is span gray mares, One span y geldings. R. C. Graff, Black lOtf. ORE BRED POLAND CHINA nogs. Ralph Johnson, Riverside, [Blackfoot R2. 9a tf. M0 HEAD OF LOOSE WOOL Swes will sell any amount. These Ire a good grade of ewes and will ygell cheap. Call me up any time. 9). L. Andus, Firth, Idaho. adv-8tf 13tf 12a-2p mpany )Ot. FOR SALE OR TRADE fc 8IX ROOM MODERN HOUSE, gllose in. Also a good business piouse, fine .location and large Ebusiness. James Hunter. 5atf FOUND HECK For $25 on new FREE fdom Bank, New Freedom, Wyo. [Apply to thiB office. UTO CRANK AT REPUBLICAN office. lOatf. lOtf. WANTED SPUDS. CALL 23. CLAKE FUEL* Flee Co. for Information. D. A. I 'Stone. L. COMPETENT.. MIDDLE-AGED roman for work on a ranch. Phone H8 J-12. I2tf. 8tf WANTED TO RENT 160 OR 200 ACRES RANCH WITH | seed furnished. State rent wanted. | Can give good reference. Write i Tom Holcomb, Rockland* Idaho, Power county. 12a-3mf I WANT TO RENT 4b OR 60 ACRES irrigated land either shares or cash. A. N. Arvish, Route 4, 12a-2p. LOST .BLACK HORSE BIGHT YEARS OLD weight 1500 pounds, branded Cl s aSHBE on left flank. I. R. Intyre, Spring field, Idaho. A BLACK BEVER HAT; BELONGS to an Indian, rider who lost it at |i the bucking and a white man jpg#- picked it up, but did not return it SUs to the Indian: Where did the white man leave it, please? 13-3. FQR KENT ONE, f WO-ROOM APPARTMENT $ in Hotel Keystone yacant eleventh. adv 1. No children. » SARAH HAMMOND PASSES AWAY ^ .. i — 1 jl llf ~Sarah Hammond,* the fourteen-year old daughter of -Mr.*and Mrs. M. J. K Hammond, died Tuesday morning, after an illness of several weeks. During MJss Hammond's residence K In Blackfoot she has made a host of friends, by whom she was greatly ad ReS. mired. The sympathy of the whole com m munity goes to the bereSved parents H|and relatives. Funeral services were held Thurs day afternoon at 2 o'clock frpm the rasH First Ward Chapel. ♦ THE INDIAN DANCE The Shoshone and Bannock In dians have erected a dancing tent gi just north of the city hall and are K giving exhibitions of their various § kinds of dances every evening. The R: admission Is 30 cents for adults with P 20 per cent of that being turned n^over to the Red Cross and 10 cents m for children. ♦ I TEAM, HARNESS AND BEET WAGON FOR SALE Will sell all together or separately. 5 Phone 439J. 12a-2p. Dr. C. V. Williams veterinary sur Phone 15, residence 147W. adv. 31tf I geon. p Poi'ii H.-vuLu v>»»■ Your appetite - S Make sure the ✓ 1 Fooo You Eat IS R\GrV\T'. - CfOST PROVE OUR MEATS Vare *OUT OF \ S\GrWT'* . DON'T ARGUE ; WITH YOUR APPETJTE | If it insists that you come here ] and purchase meats that bring > good cheer, come right along. ,You will see a market where igbod meats and sanitary meth ! odB v prevail. After you become fAcquainted with our pure eat ablees you will get the habit of purchasing your meat supply at |thls shop. ENTRAL MEAT MARKET The Quality Shop . B: DORE ft SONS ■ . %' t i r f. ii ' : y « % * ; % I */ ■Sv- '• m- ■ - m tf ' tktg* i •V-' ' VjJ ' m mmmmm TO SEND CHRISTMAS PARCELS. Christmas parcels by the post office - I department. The list of articles that Rod Cross Issues General Informa- may not be sent may be procured tion and Instructions for Ship- , from the same place as the cartons. ' ments to Soldiers. * I The weight of the parcel Families of men in service abroad when wrapped. - are eager to make Christmas over-j When carton has teen filled it seas as merry as conditions permit.]should be taken to the place where The War Department, realizing it was procured, this, have decided that each man Red Cross representatives will in may receive from his family a Christ-! sped the parcel, and will mas package of standard size and I a. exclude any article barred by approximately standard contents. post office department from Christ The American RedXross will pie-. mas parcels; must not exceed two pounds fifteen ounces 1 . 'V *- . Srltstl Hfel i M pare these parcels for mailing, an b. remove any notes or messages; arrangement having been completed c. wrap, tifi and weigh the parcel; between the War Department and the d. place on the parcel the "Christ Red Cross. - mas Parcel Label" received from Shipping space available will per- .abroad, Learing name and address of mil the sending of but one-parcel lo recipient. . each man. 1 ' The person sending the parcel To avoid any duplication and lo shall then, in 'the presence of the make sure that each parcel is cor- Fed Cross representative, affix stamp rectly addressed, a "Christmas Par- at ihe rate of twelve cents (12c) for cel Label ' is now.being iss ed to.ev- each pound or fraction thereof. (Par ery man abroad. cel Post rate to Hoboken, N- J.) Every man abroad will mail his The Red Cross representative who "Christmas Parcel Label" to some inspected the parcel will then affix relative or friend who will be enti- to ihe parcel the "Red Cross Inspec ■ .v §§!!§! mm M m .-■ * ■ m * . 4 '"v V, HR 3 ' - SP** • j . Ki \ tied to send him a parcel by comply- tion Label," properly signed, ing with the conditions herein set Parcels ready for mailing shall forth. remain In the custody of the Red The relative or friend who receives Cross until delivered by its repre a "Christmas Parcel Label" from a sentative to the Post Office authori man in service overseas, will apply lies. to the nearest chapter, branch #br, No Christmas parcels can be mail Community Auxiliary of the Red ' ed later than November 15th. Cross, or to such other Christmas | No Christmas parcel can be ac Parcel Station as may be designated cepted by the Post Office without the by his Red Cross Chapter,—and up-! Christmas Parcel Label from over on showing the "Christmas Parcel 1 seas. Label" will receive one carton, three i No duplicate can be issued if a inches by four inches by nine inches'"Christmas Parcel Label" is lost. This in size. It will be easy to ascertain i rule cannot be altered by anybody. r? from the newspapers whether car tons have been received at the Christmas Parcel Station. Appliea tion should not be made until par cels are on hand. SpeciaUy manufactured cartons for purpose will be sent to Chapters. i Division headquarters and will this from be distributed by Chapters to branch es and community auxiliaries or such other Christmas Parcel Stations as the Chapter may establish, together with "Red Cross Inspection Labels" also furnished from Division office. The carton may be filled with any combination of articles that fit in it and which are not barred from These instructions have been is sued by National Headquarters of the American Red Cross, are based ,on the agreement with the War De j partment and the Post Office Depart ment, and must therefore be strictly observed. i EARL KILPATRICK, Director, Department of Develop ment. Approved: Oct. 1, 1918. C. D. STIMSON, Division Mgr. Mrs. F. Lougue of Bancroft and Miss Grace West of Pocatello spent the weke-end in Blackfoot the guests of Mis Carmon Dlckensen. THE ROUND UP IN PROGRESS The round up conducted by Irwin brothers at the fair grounds this week is an exceptionally good wild west performance. It includes all (the skillful work of range riding, roping and throwing animals as it is done in the practical round up. It does not include the brutal fea tures that were experienced in former days and were objected to by the public. It includes all manner of fancy and trick riding by some of the best riders that the west affords —riders of both sexes, who have taken part in the round ups and stampedes held in the eastern states and have won laurels in contest with the best riders of the world. The names of the riders and the fedts they accomplish would fill a volume and yet be *fetrange to the reader because lire is life and to see these people perform gives the satis faction that nothing else can do. There is just one day left for people to get to go to the round up, and witness the feats by Arizona, the man of mystery; Tommy Douglas, the lit tle feillow, who keeps the audiance laughing; Kenneth Kennedy; Harvey Walters in trick riding; Kid Mex, the trick roper and Roy Kivett a ronpr and rider; Dave White, a rider who leaps from a horse and lands on a Texas steer and throws him in an instant and holds him down as do several of the other cow boys. Then there is Prank McCarroll and wife, Kitty Cannutt, Ruth Roach, Byran Roach, Paul Hastings and wife Lorena Udey, Hugh Strickland, Tex / Smith, Misses Pauline and Edith Ir win, Harry Walker, Dick Evans, Dean Groves, Williani Buckee, Ed mund Edmo, See Saw wheeler, Jack Gibson, Willie Tommy, Grant Hud son, Jim McKy, Dutch Williams, Slim Allen, Prairie Lilly Allen, Merril Hunt and Archie Cobey each one a professional at their particular work and truly worthy of much praise and admiration. ♦ CHRISTMAS FOR SOLDIERS. Elsewhere in this Issue .will be found general information and In formation and instructions for send ing one small* Christmas package to each soldier overseas. Read them carefully; understand hdW' the monu mental task will be carried to com pletion. You will find only one. address label is mailed to each soldier, who int.urn sends it to his nearest rela tive or the person of his choice. This person carries the label to the sta tion- designated, which for this sec tion will be found in the office of Mr. Early on Bridge street. When you hand in the label, a carton or box the required size will be given you that you are to fill according to the sta tion where it is all officially in spected, the label attached and stamps placed thereon which makes it complete for mailing. The cartons are furnished by the government and have been ordered by telegram for BLngham County. A distribution will be made to Shel ley, and Aberdeen who will act in dependently. Sub-stations may be located in town arcoss the river, but that is still under discussion. The time for sending is limited to Nov. 15. Readers will be advised as the work progresses^ Arrangements for soldiers in home camps will be made later.. ♦ FRITZ EARL KEY. NOLDS PASSES AWAY Fritz Earl Reynolds, 46 years of age, died at his home in Grot-eland October 6, after suffering nine days with pneumonia. The family came from Mt. Pleas ant, Utah, in 1916, settling at Tyhee. He has been a resident of Groveland since January. Deceased is survived by his wife and six sons to mourn his loss. His many friends extend their sympathy to the bereaved family. L. P. BATWAY DIED THURSDAY L. P. Batway, age 64 years died at his home on South University Street Thursday morning, Oct. 10. Mr. Batway has been a resident of Blackfoot for many years, and has made a host of friends who mourn his loss. Deceased is survived by his wife, who is living at Blackfoot. • Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home on South University ave. Interment will be made in the Grove City cemetery. * Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Bundlie of Idaho Falls are Blackfoot visitors a few days this week attending the I round up and busbiess | Mrs. A. T. Springer was on the sick list the latter part of the the I week. Miss Berthene Barlow went to St. Anthony Thursday to visit a few days with her sister. Mrs. Chalmers and Mr. Heimen dinger went to Idaho Falls Wednes day to visit with friends, j Rev. Colver and Fred Weber m <f ! itored to May, Idaho, Thursday, where they will spend a few days hunting. The Misses Evelyn and Bessie Van dervort and Iva Short went to May, Idaho, where they will visit with relatives and friends a few days. Miss Claire Chamberlin spent Wed nesday in Pocatello shopping. ' .Mrs. Berthan Dixon went to Buhel, Idaho Wednesday ot remain indefln ately. T. J. Ferrel went to Rockford Wednesday, where he will spend the week on business . Mrs. H. C. Wilson is spending a few days in Salt Lake shopping and visiting with friends. Miss Burgquist and Miss Graham spent Wednesday at Idaho Falls. D. A. Stone, the potato buyer for W. D. Ebbett, will be located at Clark Fuel and Ice company, 196 West Bridge street, Blackfoot, after October 1, phone 23. I will be glad to do business with you and always pay the market price and will "treat you right. Life Insurance. Beebe, adv 165tf If you have to harvest buy the "Baby Beet Puller, acknowledged the most satisfactory beet puller on the-market. For sale by Hendrie Implement company, lltf matters. 11a tf Tried and . * p i W: * ■ M km" *• Daye White, who preforms wonderful bucking horse feats at the round up, being conducted at the fair grounds. •L msm. m a* ■' -' ■ si Kgl itu JSS 'r V if** vl '..t* ' •> >0 fommy Douglas the famous round up clown to be seen at the fair grounds. He keeps you^ laughing. ' ■'4 * >■ .-XW 1 * SSI # ,1 ■ JV V v m m •m M la .ivTiaJW:: a m. •■ ■* WWm This is Slim Allen, riding Big T.tmber, one of the world's champion bucking horses. One more day in which to seelhe performance at the fair grounds. 4 > if 4, MM 1 . • ■ f . '• Vi :§? *1 ' i? f. Prairie Lilly Allen, who won the world's champion bucking contest in New York in 1916 at the Stampede. -See her at the fair grounds. NOTICE BY HEALTH OFFICER Dr. C. A. Hoover, the county phy sician, received the following tele gram Monday from the state board of health at Boise, Idaho: "The state board of health directs to inform mayors of cities and you the chairmen of boards of village trustees in the county that because of Spanish Influenza all public as semblies and places of public amuse ment, excepting public and private schools be prohibited from operation on and after October 10, 1918. Let ter of instructions follows. You are directed to secure compliance with this order until further instructions. BIWER, Secretary." The following instructions were received later: "It is ruled this order includes theatres, moving picture shows, dance halls, lodges, pool and billiard halls, public swimming pols, public meetings of any -character political, patriotic church socials etc. Health officers to report each Monday num ber of caB es of Influenza in county. Physicians required to report cases to county health officer." ♦ NOTICE TO POTATO DEALERS 1116 state food administrator has called a meeting of the potato dealers of the state to be held at Boise on Mondiay, Oct. 14 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the food administration offices in that city. The object of the meeting will be the discussion of the food administration grading rules on potatoes. The rules will be strictly enforced after the fifteenth of this month. To avoid any misunderstanding regard ' 1 I m ip ii HI r* Addison T. Smith, candidate for representative In congress on the Re publican ticket. He is one of the busy men whose long service among the departments at Washington en ables him to accomplish a great deal without making any noise about it. lng the grading rules on potatoes, , it is the desire that a full representa tion may be had at this meeting. Yours truly, GEORGE F. QAGON, U. S. Food Administrator for Bing ham County.