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CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Advertisements 1 under
this head will be charged for at the
rate of 10 cents per line each issue.
The Republican will not be re
sponsible for more than one inser
tion for errors in classified adver
tisements.
RATES:
FOR SALS—Miscellaneous
TWOMILCH COWsTTCALVESliNb
a good work team weighing 1200
or 1300, S. E. Roundy. 14-3p.
ONE WAYNE GAS PUMP AND
tank in good condition, capacity
180 gallon. William Kniidsen,
Firth, Idaho. 14-1.
WINTER CABBAGE NOW READY
3 cents per pound. R. T. Stockett,
Blackfoot, Route 3. adv 14-2p.
12-20 CLEVELAND TRACTOR. CAN
be seen at Hendrie Implement
company 10a 9p.
TWO TEAMS FOR SALE CHEAP:
One span gr$y mares, One span
bay geldings. R. C. Graft, Black
foot. ' lOtf.
PURE BRED POLAND CHINA
hogs. Ralph, Johnson, Riverside,
Blackfoot R2. 9a tf.
3000 HEAD OF LOOSE WOOL
ewes will sell any amount. These
are a good grade of ewes and will
sell cheap. Call me up any time.
O. L. Andus, Firth, Idaho. adv-8tf
FOR SALE OR TRADES
MINNEAPOLIS THRESHING MA
chine 32-56, special, with engine
19 h. p. and saw mill Included.
Will consider the trade of auto or
city lots. Apply to R. P. Hansen,
Shelley, Route 2, box 57 or phone
78J4, Shelley exchange. 13a-3p.
A SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
_close in. Also a good business
house, fine location and large
business. James Hunter.
5atf
FOUND
CHECK FOR $25 ON NEW FREE
dom Bank, New Freedom, Wyo.
Apply to this office.
AUTO CRANK AT REPUBLICAN
office.
lOatf.
10tf.
WANTED
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUEWORK.
Phone 882W, Idaho Falls.
SPUDS. CALL 23. CLAKE FUEL&
Ice Co. for information. D. A.
. Stone.
14-4
12tf.
LOST
SADDLE AT MONROE BEET DUMP
October 15 Reward if returned to
B. Whitmill, Blackfoot, route 2.
adv, 14-5p
A DIAMOND, THE LAST OF THE
week. Liberal reward for its re
turn. Ben Lyon, Blackfoot. 13a-2
BLACK HORSE EIGHT YEARS OLD
weight 1500 pounds, branded Cl
on left flank. I. R. Intyre, Spring
13-3
A BLACK BEVER HAT; BELONGS
to an Indian rider who lost it at
the bucking and a white man
picked it up, but did not return it
to the Indian. Where did the
white man leave it, please?
field, Idaho.
STRAYED
THERE IS AT MY PLACE AT Riv
erside, one black 2 year old geld
ing, weight about 800 pounds, no
brands. Owner identify animal
and pay expenses and take animal
H. H. Koplin, Blackfoot,
14tf.
FROM ISLAND TWO MILES SOUTH
of Thomas, dark Jersey heifer with
horns, coming two years old, no
brawd. $5.00 reward for notifica
tion of definate location and $10
for delivery of animal to Carl
Behle 2 miles south and quarter
mile west of the Thomas store.
Phone 412J11. adv.l3a 2p
away.
Route 2.
E. A. Smith of Salt Lake, spent
a few days of this week in Blackfoot.
Life Insurance. Beebe. „ adv 166tf
Miss Jennie Miller of Pocatello,
is spending a few days in Blackfoot
visiting with friends.
Misses Margaret Neelan, Margue
rite Chapman and Mrs. D. D. Neelan
spent Wednesday in Pocatello.
Wayne E. Hibbons of Pocatello,
was a business visitor in Blackfoot
the first of the week.
Mrs. Emma Ashton returned the
first of the week from a business
trip to Boise and Hajley.
Mrs. Emma Simmons of Cerro
Grande, was a business visitor in
Blackfoot the first of the week.
D. H. Biethan returned Tuesday
from a few days business trip to
Arco.
Frank Lorimer made a business
trip to Idaho •Falls the first of the
week.
"Keep them on the run," is the
battle (Sty in France today and they
can't be kept on the run if the fourth
liberty loan doesn't go over the top
in a hurry.
! If you would
KNOW REAL
iFOOD-DElfcHTA^ ,
Buy meat op
. US - YbULLFlND^i
ITS RIGHT!
Jh
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IF YOU WANT TO
BECOME ACQUAINTED
with real food-delight there is
a very simple way of becoming
introduced. Order your meafB
here. This is a shop where there
is no such thing as a piece of
meat that isn't of the highest
grade or a customer who isn't
thoroughly satisfied.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
The OueliivShop
I,. 3: DORE & SONS
* LOCAL NEWS
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.Mrs. Douglas Smith and Mrs.
Smith spent Tuesday in Pocatello.
Mrs. C. L. Soulsby of Salt Lake Is
visiting at the J. M. Carr honfe.
David Smith was a Blackfoot vis
itor Monday, from Idaho Falls.
Miss Lila Hutchinson spent Sunday
in Idaho Falls
Harry Marriott has accepted a po
sition at the DeKay Cigar store.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Feamster spent
Monday and Tuesday in Pocatello.
Miss Reva Jacobs has accepted a
position at Dustin's pharmacy.
C. S. Crabtree visited here with his
son Ray Saturday.
Lee aowen and* Dr. Hoge spent
Sunday fishing on Blackfoot river.
Virgil Stevens returned' to Black
foot Monday morning, after spending
a few days in Salt Lake.
Mrs. Robert Clough spent a few
days the first of the week visiting
friends in Pocatello.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitmill from Firth
spent Sunday here visiting at the
George Whitmill
A. M. Findley came down from
Idaho Fails Monday to attend to
some business matters.
residence.
J. E. Baker of Gooding, Idaho
spent a few days the fore part of the
week in Blackfoot.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Reece were
business visitors in IBackfoot Sun
day.
Mrs. T. R. Jones sperft a few days
In Blackfoot last week visiting with
friends and relatives.
*
Mrs. Davis of Fort Hall spent Sun
day in Blackfoot visiting with friends
and relatives.
Miss Francis Tolmie spent the
week-end in Blackfoot visiting with
relatives and attending the round up.
Clarence Miller spent a'few days
last week in Sait Lake City attending
to some business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hayes of Idaho
Falls spent Sunday in Blackfoot vis
iting with friends.
The Misses Merle and Zelma Sim
mons spent Wednesday in Idaho
Falls visiting with friends.
Joseph E. Adams, editor of the
Shelley Pioneer, was a business vis
itor here Monday
Books on tne war at the public
library in the city hall at Blackfoot.
tf.
Mrs. H. A. Hansen and Miss
Frances Tolmie spent Saturday in
Idaho Falls shopping.
J. M. Carr and Frank Swauger of
Mackay made a business trip to
Pocatello Sunday.
Malcom W. Smith of Logan spent
the week-end here visiting with
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McClain and
little son Alser left Monday for Port
land, Ore. to remain indeflnately.
Mrs. J. Dangerfleld from Salt Lake
spent the week-end here with Mr.
Dangerfleld, who is employed here.
Misses Merle and Zelma Simmons
spent Sunday in Pocatello visiting
with friends.
Mrs. Reynolds returned to her
home in St. Anthony Saturday, after
attending the round up here.
Miss Mary Oles of Idaho Falls
spent Friday night in Blackfoot vis
iting with friends.
Miss Marion Snyder of Springfield
was a Blackfoot visitor the first of
the week.
Ray Crabtree spent Monday even
ing nl Idaho Falls attending to busi
ness.
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James J. Dunn of Des Moines, Iowa
arrived in Blackfoot the first of the
week and will visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dillingham' of
Mackay spent a few days the first of
the week in Blackfoot.
Miss Edna Gillespie was on the
sick list the fore part of the week.
Miss Lillian Ravandal worked in her
place.
rMs. A. W. Chandler, Mrs. H. V.
Chandler and Marion Snyder of
'Springfield spent Monday in Black
foot Shopping.
Mrs. Jack Gibbs returned to her
home in Ashton Monday, after spend
ing a few days in Blackfoot visiting
with her mother Mrs. L. M. Cherry.
Mrs. Rose Forbes returned to her
home in Ucon Sunday afternoon,
after spending a few days in Black
foot visiting with relatives.
Ingalls and Phillip Thorstenburg
and D. A. Jenkins spent Sunday amid
the duck ponds and fishing on the
Blackfoot river.
Harold Anderon left last Tuesday
for Omaha, Nebr., where he will
visit with his grandparents for a
short time.
Mrs. W. O. Simpson and children
returned home Saturday, after a few
days' visit with relatives and friends
in Downey.
, LaFayette Rich has been very 111
for the past week, hut is now very
much improved and able to be
around again.
D. L. Evans of Malad and L. L.
Evans of American Falls attended
a business meeting here one day last
week. ,
Mrs. Roy DeKay and children left
Sunday afternoon for Idaho Falls to
spend a few days visiting with her
mother Mrs. Henry Kelfer.
Leon Blanchard, formerly clerk at
the Eccles Hotel, has now returned
from the shipyards at Washington,
to Logan to attend the S. A. T. col
lege.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mrs.
M. E. Boyd and Mrs. Bert Penning
ton left Monday for Missoula, Mont,
and the Salmon country. They are
taking the trip in their car.

| MARKET REPORT |
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Retail Market
.60
Eggs .
Butter, ranch......>>.
Creamery butter .
Lard ...
Cabbage .
Bermuda onions .
Free Silver flour, per cwt
Yellowstone Special .
Mustang .i.
Ham ..
Bacon ......
Chickens .
Spring chickens .
.60
.70
.36
.05
.05
5.50
5.50
5.60
.40
.50
.25
.28
Wholesale Market
Oats*.
Barley .
Hard wheat
Soft wheat .
potatoes ....
2.50
2.40
.3.10
3.16
3.13
.3.06
1.25
P. W. Powers made a business trip
to Pocatello the last of the week.
Miss Afton Palmer weijt to Salt
Lake Tuesday to remain indeflnately.
F S. Fackrell made a business trip
to Firth Wednesday.
Frank Pinkham of Mackay was in
town Monday.
J. E. Hammond was a Blackfoot
visitor here from Moore Sunday.
Wm. Lawson of Idaho Falls spent
Tuesday In Blackfoot.
A. D. Quantrell spent Monday and
Tuesday in Aberdeen on businss.
Mrs. Bob Peck of Arco is spending
a few days In Blackfoot visiting with
her mother Mrs. Sarah Danilson.
Dr. C. V. Williams veterinary sur
/■eoa. Phone 15, residence 147W.
adv. 31 tf
W. C. Sollenberger, who has been
on the sick list for the past few days
is now improving *
< Clarence C. Dietrich was down
from St Anthony the last of the
week.
Miss Lyn Thompson is spending
a few days in Blackfoot visiting with
friends and relatives.
Mrs. John Varley went to Salt
Lake Tuesday to visit three weeks
with relatives.
Mrs, W. S. Thomas and little baby
spent last week visiting at the L. R.
Thomas residence.
John R. Jones spent Tuesday in
Idaho Falls attending to some busi
ness matters.
J. A. Kearns of Salt Lake was a
business visitor here the latter part
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hoffman of
Idaho falls was a business visitor
here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs/C. J. Jones of Twin
Falls spent Sunday in Blackfoot vis
iting with relatives and friends.
# Mrs. Ada Hartson is spending the
week at Wendell, Idaho on her home
stead.
Mrs. J. A. Stewart left Tuesday for
Illinois, where she will visit for some
time with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Red of Presto were
.ttiackfoot visitors the first of the
week.
The current Event club will not
hold their meeting tltis week on ac
count of the epedimic of Spanish in
fluenza.
Mrs. E. W. Enlow and I^iss Kate
Nelson left Wednesday morning for
Rupurt, where they spent a few days
visiting' with friends and relatives.
Mrs. Lyn Taylor left Wednesday
morning for Seattle, where she will
join her husband, 'Wiho is in training
there.
E. H. Yarger, a former resident of
Wapello, but now of Grand Junction,
was here last week settling up some
business matters.
Mrs. Henefer returned from Salt
Lake Tuesday, after several days
spent there visiting with relatives
and friends.
O. M. Beulher, connected wiith the
Crawford Furniture company at
Salt Lake was a business visitor here
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McBride of Idaho
Falls spent a few days last/ week
visiting with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Sargeflt of
Idaho Falls spent one day the fore
part of the week visiting in Black
foot. •
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Miss Mablfe Carter and Bill Carter
arrived In Blackfoot Wednesday and
will spend a few days here viCting
with friends.
The Kirk families of Centerville,
who have been 111 with the Spanish
Influenza, are now somewhat im
proved.
Mrs. Grace Stevens and son
Sprague returned home Monday
morning from Boise, where they
went on account of the Illness of
Mrs. Stevens' mother, Mi'S. Morgan.
Mrs. R. D. Drollinger arrived in
Blackfoot Wednesday from Ashton
and will spend a few days visiting
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Sollenbrger.
If you have to harvest buy the
Baby Beet Puller.
Tried and
acknowledged the most satisfactory
beet puller on the market. For sale
by Hendrie Implement company, lltf
Tom Wood of Medicine Lodge
spent a few days in Blackfoot the
first of the week visiting friends and
renewing old acquaintances.
Wood was formerly a resident of
Idaho Falls.
To quit burning leaves and thasli
may seem a remote preventative of
Influenza, but that is recommended
for towns and villages because the
smoke and ashes irritates the tender
membranes.
Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Saunders of
Idaho Falls, and district manager for
'the Occidental Life Insurance com
pany will be located at the apartment
at the Keystone Hotel during the
winter months.
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Mgl
Mens Work Clothes
Colder weather is coming. You should be pre
pared to meet the first cold blasts of winter. We
will be pleased to furnish you with warm clothing
at the moderate prices named. Our stock of this
character of clothing is complete, and you will be
sure to find what you want here.
I
Leather Vests
Mackinaws
You will find all wool macki
Leather vests are ideal for work
in cold weather. We have them
priced from
naws here in many new styles
priced at$12.75 and $13.50.
$5.50 to $14.00
These will keep out the cold and
will give excellent wear.
Corduroy Clothing
For appearance, wear and
warmth, corduroy clothing can
not be beat.
Suits at
Coats at
Pants at
Leather and Duck Coats
Leather revers ible coats $19.50
Duck blanket lined coats $4.75
to $8.50
Sheep lined coats
..$14.50
...$9.50
$3.50 and $4.50
$18.00
Heavy weight canvas gloves 20c
Light weight canvas gloves 1 5 c
$1.00 and $1.25
$1.75 to $5.00
Work shirts...
Flannel shirts
KINNEY MERCANTILE CO.
We Appreciate Your Business
u
•n
Blackfoot
Phone 37
v
$
AROUND THE COURT HOUSE
Miss Merriman and her assistants,
conducting the work of the war de
partment, have taken quarters in the
probate court room.
The commissioners were to have
been in session this week, but Mr.
Sollenbergr is ill, and the session
will begin when he recovers. The
"George Washington was the
father of this country," read the
fourth liberty loan banners posted
in Shenango valley, Penn. "Who the
hell wants the kaiser for the step
father?"
Mart. Jacobsen was an Idaho Falls
visitor Tusday evening. „
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
•ou right.
11a tf
ALLIES PUSHING FORWARD.
\
Peace Talk Falling on Deaf Ears on
the Battlefields of France.
Paris.—4Peace talk pervades the air,
but it is falling on deaf ears as far as
the armies of the field are concerned.
Instead of a relaxation in the intensity
of the fighting, new hostilities on what
seemingly is a major scale are being
carried out by the British, French and
Belgians in Belgian Flanders.
Having cleared out the old Laon
salient and made advances nprthward
In Champagne which are menacing the
retirement of the Germans eastward
toward the Valenciennes-Mezieres
Metz line, General Foch has ordered a
drive in the Lys river region of Flan
ders toward Ghent, which threatens to
break entirely the grip of the Ger
mans In Belgium all the way from the
frontier to the coast, and likewise to
eliminate the big bulge in the line,
with Lille as its apex.
At last reports, the Germans were
still falling back from the region of
Laon, that town and the entire St.
Gobain massif being In the hands of
the French.
VITAL LIBERTY LOAN IMPORT.
Drive Not Affected by German Reply,
Declares President.
Washington.—president Wilson on
October 14 issued this statement on
the fourth Liberty loan:
"The reply of the German govern
ment to my note of inquiry dated Oc
tober 8 gives occasion for me to say
to my fellow countrymen that neither
that reply nor any other recent events
have in any way dismissed the vital
Importance of the Liberty loan. Re
laxation now, hesitation now, would
mean defeat whort victory seems to be
in slgtit; would mean years of war in
stead of peace upon our own terms."
road petitions are to be read on
Thursday afternoon.
A Mexican from the sugar com
pany's labor camps is being detained
in jail for deportation because he will
not work.
One of the riders known as Ari
zona, got into trouble at the Com
mercial hotel on Friday night, it
seems that he and another rider were
not friends, and this other man got
him into his room , and gave him a
drink that was doped. Arizona re
turned to his room at the Bccles act
ing queer, and then went back and
beat up the man who gave him the
drink, as well as some pal who was
with him in the room. He acted
crazy, and carried off their watches
when he left They rang for officers
and about the time the officers got
there and sized pp the situation, Ari
zona walked into the room and said
he guessed he had been out of his
head and had come back to bring
some watches that he found in his
own pockets and supposed he had
taken from that room . He was
thrown in jail till Saturday afternoon
and released becauBe nobody made
complaint against him.
Roy Walker and Della Larson
from Aberdeen were married on Mon
day, after having visited'at the # festi
val here.
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POTATOE GROWERS
After October 15 the government
will have inspecotrs watching all po
tatoes being loaded and anything
that fails to grade up to a certain
requirement will have to resort
them before they will be accepted'for
shipment. Don't trust to children
to do your grading for it may be ex
pensive experience. The U. S. grade
No. 1 calls for nothing smaller than
1 7-8 inch and no sun-burn, or frost,
or scab, or cut potatoes. Kindly
take warning and don't be rejected.
14tf.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT
In the district court of the Sixth
Judicial District, of the State of
Idaho, in and for the County of Bing
ham. w
Blackfoot City Bahk, a corpora
tion, plaintiff vs. F. H. Montgomery,
defendant.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
fourteenth day of October, A. D.
1918, an attachment issued out of
the above-named court In the above
entitled action against the property
of the said defendant, for the sum of
five hundred ninety-seven and 65-100
($597.66.)
In witness whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed my of
ficial seal this sixteenth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1918.
F. M. FISHER,
Clerk
By GENEVIEVE CUTLER,
Deputy.
JOHN W. JONES.
Attorney for, Plaintiff.
14-3f
(Seal)
Address Blackfoot, Idaho.

NOTICE TO' ROAD MEN
Persons -Interested in building
better roads or interested in prevent
\
ing road construction or
terested in getting the
fore the voters for thpir decision, are
invited to meet with the county com
missioners at the court room at the
county court house at Blackfoot on
Thursday, Oct. 24, at 2 p. m., at
which time the commissioners will
examifle the petitions now on file
praying for the calling of a bond
election to vote upon the question of
constructing some seven or eight
miles of hard surfaced roads at the
aprpoach of the three largest towns
in the county.
adv. 1
ho are in
atter be
ll
F. M. FISHER,
County Clerk.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL* MEETING.
A special meeting of trie stock
holders of the New Lavaside Ditch
company will be held at the Rose
hail, Saturday, November 2nd, at
3 p. m., for the purpose of voting on
the question of whether this company
shall join with the Peoples' Canal
company in construction of a feeder/
for both canals. .
LOUIS FELT,
14-5mf.
Secretary.
If Your
Birthday is in
October -
\
Don't fail td register the
date at our shop before it is
too l*te. A beautiful mesh
bag is The.October birthday
gift and ^vill be given to the
person whose birthdate cor
responds with the date en
graved on the bag, the first
aturday night in November.
We invite you to visit our
store at any time and look
over the beautiful line of
jewelry and other appropri
at holiday season, gifts we
always have on display.
The Blackfoot
Jewelry Co.
Blackfoot
N. Broadway

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