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+ SHELLEY I i -» l + * + l +- l -» l William Flyg recently came home from Salt Lake City, having been re leased from the S. A. T. C. at the University of Utah. Mrs. Packard went to Pocatello last Thursday. All lodges here are resuming their weekly meetings. J. C. Bolander is now located in his new shoe shop on main street and is doing a good business. Antone Christensen came home re cently having been discharged from the S. A. T .C. at Salt Lake City. James A. Langton went $o Black foot on Thursday last on business. Miss Elva Robinson is here from Salt Lake visiting witji her brother Jed She has many friends, who are glad to see her back in Shelley again if only for a short time. Miss Florence Mallory is home from Salt Lake, where she has been taking a business course at the L. D. S. business college. She will re sume her studies when the school re opens there. Misses Grace and Floy Johnson are out and around again after hav ing the flu. Grant Hubbell of Blackfoot was a business visitor in Shelley last Saturday. J. L. Moore, W .S. Wright and H. E. McMillan were business visitors to Pocatello last Saturday. Mr- Motive, our new tailor, re ports a very good business at this time. Painter Walllse of Blackfoot was in Shelley a few days last week do ing some finishing-up work on the Moore, Jones and Roberts building. N .M. Larson has built a bake oven - for Ben Farquhar's hew bakery. Carpenters Schureman and Madsen have been working on the new bak ery also, getting things in shape for opening. Mr. and Mrs. J .L. Moore and Mr and Mrs. 0. W. Ellingson were Idaho Falls visitors last Tuesday evening. J Locks, manager of the Wade Clothing store here reports a very good business since opening up. J. C. Quigg recently returned from Denver, after having marketed several carloads of hogs there. O. W. Ellingson was a Pocatello visitor last Sunday. William Seifert of Montpelier, Ida. bought the Stag Cigar Btore here from J. Johnston of Idaho Falls. Mr. Seifert took possession some time ago. Shelley welcomes another good business man. Deputy Sheriff Miller of Black foot was in Shelley last Wednesday. Miss Helen Russel was an Idaho Falls visitor last Wednesday. L. Ivan Jensen, W. S. Wright and J. L. Moore went to Blackfoot last Thursday on business. Wallace McBride came home re cently from Camp Fremont, Cal., Iiaving received an honorable dis charge from the army. Charley Catron came home last Thursday, having been honorably discharged from the army. The doctors report a rapid de crease in the number of new influ enza cases. People here seem to think now that the flu will be blot ted out of this community, as a strict | quarantine is being maintained over any new case that may appear. Mr. Bailill of Montpelier, Idaho has purchased the E. C. Miller Jewelry stock and has opened up for business here. Shelley has another business man. Lester Norris is up and around again, after a case of the flu. The people of Shelley are asked to sicerely co-operate in maintain ing a strict quarantine over every case of the influenza in this commun ity, so as to avoid the spread of the disease. We now have this dreaded disease on the decline and let us blot it out as soon as we can. Mrs. Viola Hansen Is recovering from a severe case of the influenza. Mrs. Delos Killian is recovering from a severe case of the Influenza. M. Bates of Idaho Falls was a busi ness visitor in Shelley two or three days last week. Neil F. Boyle of Blackfoot stopped in Shelley last Wednesday on his way to Idaho Falls. Willis A. Dial has recovered from a slight case of the flu. Last Saturday was a busy day in Shelley as many people were in town doing their Xmas shopping. The Dean Drug has a nice display of Xmas goods. Sheriff Simmons was a business visitor in Shelley last Friday. Business houses which do a large amount of business in the evenings were ordered closed. Later they re ceived word that they might open up again Saturday to their usual routine of business. Remember, do all you can to kill the flu. The Red Cross is asking for more money. Are you giving all you can? Think of what this great organiza tion has done for our soldier boys abroad and at home, and then re mind yourself that it 1 b your duty to give. a is ■ to of son i + Mr. the of the /out from day. Death of Mrs. Hampton and Son HIM. Lmb Hampton and yonng son both died recently of the influ enza. The funeral of both was held last Saturday. Mrs. Hampton leaves a devoted husband and sev eral children to mourn her loss. This Is probably the saddest death which has occured here for some time past. Mrs. Hampton and her son wefe both well-known In Shel ley and they had many friends who will mourn. The boy, Goldie Hamp ton, was just growing into manhood being seventeen years of age. It seems as tho the Influenza must take away dear ones in every com munity. Utah H. after with a. ♦ SPRINGFIELD ♦ 1 * l*+ *- W + l + H^ -***+*++4 Died of Influenza Ida Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards died at their home Friday morning from influenza pneumonia. Miss Edwards came to this community a small child and thruout her school days and later years at home endeared herself to a host of friends. She has suffered i son where with ? + t. I poor health for some time and rising from the sick bed to soon to nurse other sick in the family caused the fatal relapse. The sincere regret and sympathy of the community is tendered the bereaved family. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. home re the their in street re from Black from brother are again home been D. re re hav was last H. visitors re this was do the oven bak for Mr Idaho Wade very Ida. here Mr. time good Black Idaho and last re Cal., dis last de influ to blot strict | over for the us his in re Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards are Mrs. recovering from influenza. Edwards contracted the disease while doing volunteer nursing thruout the community. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wells are re ported much improved after an at tack of the influenza. Mrs. Wells was quite seriously ill for some time. Dallas Wells is able to be out again. Dr. McKinnon has been the neigh borhood almost daily visiting the sick. Dr. Patrie of Blackfoot has made many professional visits here also. H. K. Wiley left for Boise Tues day, after receiving news that his son was in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs Fred Baird are re ceiving congratulations on the birth of a fine baby son born last Tuesday. Henry Berg drove to Blackfoot Friday to act hs witness in the final proof of land bought by Mr. Wilder. Miss Gertrude Latimer of Aber deen spent a day with Mrs. Lllliam Fergus, visiting Springfield friends on her way to Rigby to resume her duties as teacher. Several young people gathered at the Robins home Friday evening to listen to the new Pathe phonograph. A pleasant time was enjoyed by all the guests. Mr. Smelzart of Poqptello has been buying sheep and chickens in Spring field and Grandview this week-end. A car load of coal arrived here this week and was quickly disposed of. Virgil Stevens made a business trip to Aberdeen this week. Mr. Killian of Pocatello bought a number of hogs and butchered them on the A. J. Snyder ranch. Mrs. L Shelman has been suffer ing from complications after a severe attack of the influenza. Raymond Stevens wrote from France after the armistice was signed telling of the rejoicing and comment ing on the difference between having the lights on and stealing around in the dark fearing a German bomb. Merle Chadler has returned from Logan to spend Christmas holidays with the home folks. Heber Wells, Thomas Blackburn and Mrs. H. V. Chandler and Mr. Robins have been acting as volun teer nurses for influenza cases. ♦ i STERLING * I • • 1 ♦ 1 ♦ 1 ♦ ! ♦ 1 Mrs. W. R. Leach was quite ill the first of the week. A nine pound baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird Sunday. Frank Berryman of Blackfoot was a visitor at the Crystal ranch Tues \day. Miss Louise Herbert is still very ill with the inflamtaory rheumatism. Ben Atkins is ill at the present time. W. R. Leach has a new Dodge car. Mrs. G. H. Issacs of Pocatello is the guest of Mrs. Ralph Davis. Mr. Verbeck is very seriously ill with the influenzia. Mrs. Verbeck is just recovering from the same dis ease. Pete and Tony Parsons made a ■ business trip to Blackfoot this week. Mr. and Mrs L. J. Rich motored to Rich Tuesday where they were the guests of the H. C. C. Rich family. Berryman & Leach shipped several car loads of cattle Tuesday. Mr. Sullivan shipped out six car loads of sheep Wednesday. A. Y. Satterfield, a former resident of here and son o| Mr. and Mrs. J. Satterfield is seriously ill in the hos pital In Pocatello, with quick con sumption, which he < contracted fol lowing the influenzia! ttoy DeKay of Blackfoot was here hunting Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons and family Jeft Tuesday for Blackfoot, where they will reside in the future. One of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Atkin's son is quite ill with pneumonia. is L. of of to at ♦ i ROSE ****** i ! + i Miss Henretta Conkle of Fort Hall visited with her sister Mrs. U. W. Taylor last week. ; • Hans Christensen and family and Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mason were guests of Mrs. Jay Langly Sunday. William Gardner has purchased the farm formerly owned by Ora Halloway in the Lava Side school district. Miss Iva Ilzna is here taking care of the Carl Nelson family ,who have the flue. Mrs. H. A. Gardner is able to be /out and around again. Mr. and Mrs. Samual Norman spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Louis Felt and childnen. S. A. Judd purchased some cattle from John Rider last week. Jacob Ramey of Blackfoot made a 'business trip out to his farm Satur day. It Mr. and Mrs Jacob Gushwa visited Sunday with Leo Gushwa and family. Mrs. Carlyle Merkley has gone to Utah to visit with relatives. Mrs. Norman Bingham has re turned home from Pocatello. Her father is much improved. Mrs. H. H. Carlos entertained Mrs. H. A. Gardner and family Sunday evening. Mrs. D. A. Stewart has recovered after an attack of the flue. Mr. and Mrs. Southwick visited with Mrs. Southwick's sister Mrs. H. a. Gardner Sunday. WICKS | Mrs. Aloys Spanbauer and little son left on Sunday for Glenns Ferry, where they will spend the winter with her sister Mrs. Walker. . Chlons Watts who was a guest a? ? t + t. + and ) IDAHO REPUBLICAN DECEMBER 20. 1918 Seeger-Bundlie's COAT SI 4 , M i 1 SALE e I v! I Mtnjl We have two dozen ladies' coats, all fresh stock, and right up to the minulfie in style, that going to be sold rapidly. We shall not try to buy more this season, and we could not replace them if we did, so we are going to close the year with that part of our stock absolutely cleaned up. These coats arc all well made and have the nifty appearance about the belt at the back that goes with quality and style. Some of them are fine plush trimmed with fur, and all of them are beauties. , , . ^ ur niisses and children's coats are equal in style and finish to the ladies' sizes, and when mother and child appear in coats selected from our stock, they will be well dressed and will have thait ease and confidence that go wlith correct attire. W '^ ^ ese coats we have beautiful silk, serge and Jersey dresses that are good to look at and a pleasure to wear. When you see them you will know that we bought well, and you will know why we recommend them so highly to our customers. They will give satisfaction and you will not be wishing you had something else. We absolutely guarantee our goods, and it would be little satisfaction to conduct a merchandising business if we could not. We mean jusit what we say when we state that it is a pleasure for us to show you these goods, and we believe you will share that pleasure when you them. \ are f u ri # see ) h i T ' t; And Now Comes the Dessert, for We Have Saved the Best for the Last.. .There is a Very Material and Satisfying Reduction in the Prices of These Goods. entire stock of garments is priced, allowance is made for some ... them being left over and not selling at all. In this case they have moved so promptly and we are so sure of selling them all, we can afford to make the price low on the last ones, and we are doing it. You wtill know when you see them. 'I ; ~w \ Wm K When an of h Y//A i | il ! Our store is a busy place these days, but not too busy to give our per sonal attention to each customer until he or she has made selecetion and been fitted with just the right thing. We are as much interested in that as our customers, and we are proving it to them every day. i are N vr EVERYBODY'S STORE bro'adway Blackfoot THE SEEGER-BUNDLIE CO. dis the Park home returned to his home at Salt Lake City o i Sunday. H. C. Taylor was a business visitor at Roberts the first of the week. E .E. Bingham is building come corrals and will feed two car loads of stock for the sugar company this winter. Several new buildings are in course of erection in this district. Nels Nelson and Charley Woodland are having fine new barns built and Joseph Woodland Jr. has the founda tion laid for a new house. a car J. I KIMBALL ! J. Sparks returned from the train ing camps Saturday. There are about five families who have the Influenza at present. All are reported to be getting along fairly well except John Landon, who is quite sick. Dr. Cutler was In at tendance. s Mrs. L. B. Heaton returned from Ririe Saturday. Franc Landon has purchased Mrs. L. B. Heaton's, house and lot. The Misses Lkura and Minnie An thony and Carrie Landon spent Mon day at Firth shopping. Mr. and G. Malm of Wapello vis ited with their daughter Mrs. A. Arve Sunday. Miss Parks of Rose has been visit ing a few days with Miss Laura Jor gensen. ' Mr. and Mrs. M .Anthony returned from Ririe, where they have been In the hotel business, but wflll go to farming. Ammon Nielson Is intending to build an addition to his house, which will add much to the appearance and convelnence. There are a few of the farmers that have been hauling the beets out of the pile to the cars, but on account of so much influenza in the neigh borhood help has been very difficult to get. T. Jorgensen has had a chimney built on his house. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Malm visited at the Albert Anthony home Sunday. Bishop Taylor was a business visitor at Firth Thursday. M. Jensen intended spending the winter at Hyrum, Utah, but was un able to buy a ticket for 'that place on account of It being under the Influ enza quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. J. Anthony were Blackfoot visitors Saturday. Walter Blthell loaded baled hay at the Klmbal siding. - * - 1 ! i the is to car with t JAMESTON + IhN Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chrlsteansen and family were intertalned at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson Sunday. WE T. home come loads this in and Mr. and Mrs. John Dick wefe Idaho Falls visitors on Saturday last. Mrs. J. C. Bolander of Shelley has been visiting with her daughter Mrs. Clara Hampton. She returned home Saturday. Miss Helen Dick was entertained at the home of Miss Mamie Long hurst Sunday ofternoon. The name of Anglo Saxton of Evanston, Wyo. appeared In the casualty list this week as missing in action. He is a nephew of Mrs. Mary (Longhurst of Jameston and a brother-in-law of Mrs. Mary Saxton also»of Jameston. Miss Bertha Fielding is staying with Mr. and Mrs. George Longhurst of Shelley. Mrs. Longhurst is ill, but is getting along nicely now. Mr. and Mrs. Gutke of Shelley visited with their daughter Mrs. Earl Simpson Sunday. Mrs. Lawerence Wadsworth is now living with her father Leon Hampson of Shelley. Randal Anderson is having the barn, which belonged to his father, moved to his place. The Sheppard brothers of Idaho Falls has bought the old Briggs place. Mrs. Hen Bolander and brother Everet Vest are on the sick list. Hen Bolander was a Jameston visitor Friday. I ! who All who at An vis A. In to to ♦ CENTERVILLE * X Mr. and Mrs. Jenkens and daugh ter of Pocatello are spending a few days at the R. S. Kelley home. Brigham Farnsworth spent Sun day at the C. E. Haynes home. The Influenza seems to be leaving this community as no new cases have been reported. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and daughter were guests to / dinner at the Roubldoux home Sunday. Howrad Bishop has been on the sick list the past week. Lorenzo Edwards who has been ill the past two months with pneumonia is very slowly Improving. C. E. Haynes and family were vis itors at the Henry Farnsworth home Sunday evening. L. D .Fellows left on Tuesday for Preston, Idaho ,on a short business trip. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Kelley motored to Pocatello on Monday with their daughter and family, who have been visiting here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. D .Fellows were guests to supper at the Raymonds home Sunday evening. L. D. Fellows called at the Kelley home Thursday evening. 278 cares ♦ WE HAVE THE INCOME TAX BELL J 4 This office in indebted to Addison have T. Smith for a copy of the proposed now income tax bill coming to Its third 1 are We Have . '*» i. AFTER SEVERAL SEASONS OE COAL FAMINE DURING WHICH TIME CUSTOMERS LINED UP AND TOOK WHAT THEY COULD GET, WE HAVE THE PLEASURE OF ANNOUNCING THAT We Have Plenty of Coal and Customers do not Have to Wait i or Take Chances of There Being None Left When Their Turn Comes. c s lor 1 j* "il fled ejiti < Your Coal is Ready. Come at Any Time. ANDERSON & SONS LUMBER CO. "One Foot or a Million" NORTH MAIN BLACKFOOT reading in congress. It consists of 278 pages and is kept in the office library for the use of any one who cares to persue it. The family of Carl Nelson, who have been very 111 with the flu are now recovering nicely for which 1 are greatful. ♦ we The household of Mrs. Emma Net. son areat this writing very ill with Influenza and one case of dlptheria. Dr. Mitchell is In attendance. ♦ Homer E. oullison, pastor of the Methodist church made a business trtip to Rupert . He left the last of tho week.