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ELDORADO HEIGHTS ta Death of Mrs. W. A. Ambrose Our neighborhood is caWed to mourn the death of Mrs. Arthur Am brose, which occurred r.t her home on Tuesday at 11 a. m., after about a week's illness. A woman of a re tiring nature, upfaillng cheerfulness and unusual intelligence, Mrs. Am brose was universally liked and re spected by her many friends am quain tances. ac Our sympathy out to the husband, thus parted from the companion of over twenty years and to the children, who lose a faith ful mother. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Je rome cemetery. ;oes ta — The meetings of the Eldorado Heights Civic Club have been tern -1 porarlly discontinued by order of the health officer, on account of the Influenza epidemic. Mr. J. R. Wragg has recently sold his eighty-acre farm located two and one-half miles northwest of Jerome to Mr. A. Stevens, who will take pos session soon. Mr. Wragg and his es timable wife came to the tract In the fall of 1910, purchasing this land In a raw state, covered vvith sage brush. The sale of this farm at »226 per acre speaks well for their judgment al' hi l. : i u y Spokes and the Swift Wheel » u u What would you consumers think of a wheel without spokes ? What would you think of a man who would take any or all of the spokes out of a wheel to make it run better? Swift & Company's business of getting fresh meat to you is a wheel, of which the packing plant is only the hub. Retail dealers are the rim—and Swift & Company Branch Houses are the spokes. The hub wouldn't do the wheel much good and you wouldn't have much use for hub or rim if it weren't for the spokes that fit them all together fo make a wheel of it Swift & Company Branch Houses are placed, after thorough investiga tion, in centers where they can be successfully operated and do the most good for the most people at the least possible cost. Each "spoke" is in charge of a man who knows that he is there to keep you supplied at all times with meat, sweet and fresh; and who knows,that if he doesn't do it, his com petitor will. How much good would the - hub and the rim of the Swift "wheel" do you if the spokes were done away with ? \ Keep Yoor Pledge Make Good for Oui' Fighting Men BUY WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS Swift & Company, U. S. A. / % iiiliiiliillliiiK FOR SALE! HAVE FOR SALE 300 HEAD FINE Pure Bred Young Lincoln Ewes WiH be bred to lamb early in February. Also 150 cross breeds; some Lincoln lamb bucks; 40 head pure bred Hamp ewes, and a few head pure bred Hamp Iamb rams. P Will Sell in Lots to s. TAUBER n miles east First National Bank. Wendell, Idaho il I FOR SALE! r ■-, - ult Purchaser t and ability In developing It. Mr. and Mrs. Wragg expect to spend tills winter in southern California. George Salladay has purchased the Brockway forty, adjoining Mr. Grif fiths, seven miles northwest of Je rome and expects to move thereto as s'oou as a house can be built. Charles Kays takes George's place on the Salladay farm and will occupy the house vacated by him. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shillington en joyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fulkerson. Clarence King la suffering from an attack of the grippe. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King, Mrs. Edna Roe and Mr and Mrs. Charles Kays and fam ily spent Sunday at the D W. Salla day home. Charles Kyle, son-in-law of Chaa. Fulkerson, returned last Saturday .from Oklahoma, where Ue has been raising cotton the past season. He has decided to try Idaho farming again. tatatatatatatatatata ta ta ta ta (Too Late for Last Week.) Appleton is »1060 over the top In the Fourth Liberty Loan. Hurrah! Mrs. W. T. James, formerly Louise . . . Bartheld. Is making an extended APPLETON ta ta ta ta te visit at the home of her slater, Mrs. [ „ u H nT J i r h h ! Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Humphrey were T" ,n Falla vi8,tor8 Saturday. 1 Two threshing machines have been i e« 1. iiolgliborhoud WS i Mr. Robinson Pratt, J. H. Silbaugh, William Beasley, E. K. Smtlh and DeBoard brothers threshed this week. Mrs. Marthis spent from Thursday until Saturday In Wendell helping 1 with surgical dressings for tho Red Cross. The ditch machine Is at work In the northwest part of the district. Fred DeBoard has moved Into the house recently vacated by hts bro ther, Roscoe. George Bock of Al bion has bought the Chandler place. He Is a brother of Frank Beck. Owing to the Order of the Board of Health the program that was to have been given at the school by Hie local council of defense, is post poned Indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Humphrey, Mr. J. J. Sayer, Mrs, E. K. Smith and son Edwin motored to Hagerman val ley Sunday. School Notes The new school books have arrlv eti - T* 1 * 8 m akes the work much eas lur and no excuses for P° or Ie8aon8 - One month of school has passed. 0|lly a few puplls have bjen abaent Qr tar( j y 01 _,_,_ _ ... , ,, Dr- Simontou. of Wendall, posted „ _ .. a notice forbidding all meotings at the school house until further tlce. * no Last Friday In the ninth and tenth grades current discussions were held and some very interesting topics were discussed. The teachers have instructed all the pupils to eat their lunches In the respective rooms, thereby keep ing the school grounds cleaner. The new wagons have arrived and are appreciated by all. Mr. Sayer and his violin were vis itors one afternoon of last week, and the last half hour of school spent In singing patriotic songs, ac companied by the piano and violin. was The agent for the government farm loans visited farmers In Ap pleton district the last of the week. Little Virginia Silbaugh has pneu monia. A daughter was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Culver, who live on the old Henning place. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marthis were dinner guests Sunday at Miss Winchester's. H. H. Gordon threshed oats Wed nesday. W. C. Kennedy, of Jerome, visited his ranch Thursday. The school board closed school last Wednesday. " tatatatatatatatatata ARCADIA VALLEY ta ta ta ta mi -ta ta ta ta visited Several Arcadia familles Niagara Springs Sunday. Harry Thomas is working for Mr. Albee. Eleanor Thomas ran a crochet nee dle Into her head one evening last week. She Is all right now. The Morris family went to Buhl Saturday. If you want to make a quick trip to Twin Falls, be sure to go with Mr. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Webster, of Je rome, spent Sunday with the Olivers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, father and Mrs. Arthur Wilcox were entertained at dinner Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, of Jerome. Mr. Witty finished threshing this week. The Ryan family has moved Into the house vacated by the Angle's last week. mother, and A sheep belonging to F. C. Pierce choked on an appïe last Saturday and had to be butchered. Mr. Willson has had word that Bert has an attack of Influenza. Mrs. H. P. King gave a luncheon Saturday In honor of Mrs. McHenry - ta ta - Smallpox is preventable, donated- Health Officer. Oet vac r— i MARKET LETTER L — October 19, 19ÎÎ. The receipts of cattle at the North Portland Union Stock " night was 160 head and for the to date 2160 head. Yards over week Continued mod erate receipts this week have been responsible for a fairly active and steady prices steers trade a* quoted. Prime »12.00 to' »13.00; choice steers »11.00 to »12.00; lum to good steers »9.75 to »11.00; fair to medium steers »8.26 to » 9 .. 25; common to fair steers »o.OO to »8.00; choice good to med cows and heifers »8.00 to »9.00; medium to good cows and heifers »6.00 to »7.26; fair to medi um cows and heifers »5.00 to »6.00; canners »3.00 to »4.00; bull. »6.00 to *7.00; calves »9.00 to »12.00 Stockers and feeders »6.00 to »8 Où' 300 hogs were counted Into the hog alleys over night and for the The hog ' the week to date 6200 head. market has fluctuated during east few days but the week's market past few najs quot . / pi?*mixed »17 "6 to »17.50; pd tl7 O0 to ll7 2B ' W. <14 oo to »16 60; bulk »17.60. Sheep and lamb receipts for the week was 3850 with the mutton end of the trade steady. Lambs are In demand and the trend of values Prime lambs »11.60 to P oor Is lower. >12.50; fair to medium lambs »8.00 $10.00; yearlings »10.00 to »11. $$; wethers »9.00 to »10.00; ewes »6 00 to »9.00. Portland Union Stockyards Co. FOR MEN ABROAD to CHRISTMAS PARCELS Families of men In service are eager to make Christmas overseas as merry as conditions permit. The War Department, realizing this, has decided that each man may receive from his family a Christmas package of standard size and ap proximately standard contents. The American tied Cross will pre pare these parcels for mailing. Ship ping space available will penult thj sending of but one parcel to each man. To avoid any duplication and to make sure that each parcel is cor rectly addressed, a "Christmas Parcel Label" Is now being Issued to every man abroad. Every man abroad will mall hts "Christmas Parcel Label" to some relative or friend who will be en titled to send him a parcel by com plying with the conditions herein set forth. The relative of friend who receives a "Christmas Parcel Label" from a man In service overseas, will apply to the nearest chapter, branch community auxiliary of the or Red Cross, or to such other Christmas Parcel station as may be designated by his Red Cross chapter—and upon showing the "Christmas Parcel La bel" will receive one carton 3x4x9 inches In size. It will he easy to ascertain from the newspapers whe ther cartons have been received from the newspapers whether cartons have been received at the Christmas Par cel station. Application should not be made until cartons are on hand. Specially manufactured cartons for this purpose will be sent to Chapters from Division Headquarters, and will 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 combinations of articles that fit In It and which are not barred from ... , ( hristmas parcels by the post office department. The list of articles that may not be sent may be procured from the same place as the cartons. The welaht of th« mrr«i mi1at me weight of the parcel must not exceed two pounds fifteen ounces un wrapped. When carton is filled It should be , . , . . taken to the place where It was pro-; cur «<l Red Cross representatives will In-1 sped the parcel and will a. exclude any article barred by post office department from Christ mas parcels; b. remove any notes or messages; par c. Wrap, tie and weigh the cel; d. place on the parcel the "Christ mas Parcel Label" received from abroad, bearing name and address of recipient. The person sending the parcel shall then In the presence of the Red Cross representative affix stamps the rate of twenve cents (12c) tor each pound or fraction thereof. (Par cel Post rate to Hoboken, N. J.j_ The Red Cross representative who Inspected the parcel will then affix to the parcel tho "Red Cross Inspec tion Label, properly signed. Parcels ready for mailing ahall main In the cuatody of tho Red Cross until delivered by its representatives to the post office authorities. No Christmas parcels can be mall od later than November IS. No Christmas parcel can be ac cepted by the post office without the "Christmas Parcel Label" from ov erseas. No dup\Jcate can be Issued If a Is lost. at r»* "Christmas Parcel Label" This rule cannot be altered by body. any These Instructions have been sued by National Headquarters the American Red Cross, are based on the agreement with the partaient and the post office depart ment. and must therefore be strlrly observed. is of war de For further Information Red Cross Notes." For Information about see Item under sending a parcel to a sailor see last week's Is sue of The Times. - ta - FOR USE OP THOSE WHO COMPLAIN The following statement of one who has been "over there" should be referred to the one who complains "over here." • In England and France I have seen things which 1 wish could he burned Into tho conclenco of uvery business I have man In the United States. ge en factories in ruins; ottloe bulld lugs blown Into bits; commercial dis trlcts, miles In extent, lying deserted - -*»■ «">*•» streets like places of tho dead; ev- j erythlng that years, perhaps bun dreds of years, of patient Industry had built up and passed on us a he-, Rage from father to son-all vanish ed. We In America have known noth lug like this. We can know nothing like It. Thanks to our Allies, these . experiences will be kept from That factory of yours ln Now Eng- 1 land: that mine of your neighbor's in Igan; that farm of mine in Iowa, they are being protected today by tho un ' told sacrifices of the soldiers, the ui business men, the women of England and France. I Why. then, should we complain? Why should we proles. that our bus iness is ruined? Why should we be wail lessened profits, cavil at high prices, inconveniences, bad condi tions? Why should we rage at the disaster that overtakes our business? (Jur business? Our profits? Our lives? Good GiAl. will we ever open our eyes to see the truth? Can we ever repay the debt we owe? Tho lime has come for us, the commercial men **'*» tou ntry. to relievo our French and British allies overseas of i to use them, their appalling burden. Their sol diers are now our soldiers, as truly as If they wore our uniform; and our boys are theirs. ta ta - Advertise In our columns. It pays -ten m REALTY CULTURE PARLORS Having completed the Beauty Cul j ture course of the Moler College of j Chicago, 1 have opened parlors at m y home, where I am prepared to ; do all kinds of hair dressing and fac ial work call Will dir residence Mrs. Blanche Carr. cork on Phone 5 2. It. CLASSIFED LOTAUS 3 lines nr less, 23 cent* |>er issue; over 5 Hues, A cent» |ier line l>er issue. All readers In the classi fied cut um ns to be paid In advance. Rale FOR SALE sat ks at Fraser-Pence Co Potato and grain 32 FOR SALE—3 Oreoley s« "ters, In good condition. » 20 . 00 . potato » l'i *15. Frasers-Penco Co. 36 t. nn JAI , . tOR SALE.— tord touring cur In good condition, to sell for cash. See Scboenberger, 1 mile east, IVfc north of Jerome. L Hz , FOR SALK OR TRADE—Pructlc ally new Smith and Barnes Player | IMa.no. Will trade for Rood team or Inquire at till* I pn»~Q a i v y°J» r "Inter sup ply of cabbage now. Have quantity , to good sound heads. A ' Ire#»» Frank Maschler. Hz . FOR SALE.—An Excelsior cycle, belonging to Douglas I »on, who Is in military service. of David W. K:i*»en*, Wendell. Thomp In Idaho 32-41 F©R SALE.—Fine raw 80, »71 an acre. Some Good terms of weight 21 cleared. Barnett Stillwell. FOR SALE.—1 cut 20 acres, »80, 00 . with harness, G. W. Dewey. FIRE INSURANCE in old relia ble companies. See Wm A Peter*. Post Offjce Bldg. 6-tf' Moline mower, team I mares 1 »226.00. 21 -If WHEN you want to buy or soli real estate *ee MacGowan # J-.h-hel berger. 13 . tf WM. A. PETERS ran Compensation Insurance Aetna, the strongest. write youy with the tf A 1:* in MT IZO milliotv Jkllies must eat l>, ^■?\ United States Food Administration FOR SALK—-Good. wagon with box; heavy work harness, office. . »«hl-welght also one set of Inquire at this 33-tf FOR SALK—A No. 4 Sharnl«. Tubular separator for sale. Fnfbîî ■"•SÄ "" - <l6-2t* FOR SALK—Good team of horses weighing about 120U e&i'h will sell cheap. Also a set of Küürt ^ vC * ,,u ** ea8t - HOUSE MOVING—Houses from one site to another. done carefuuly. L ' moved A PPly at Times 36-2t h OR SALE—3 Greeley sorters, In good condition »20. 00. „ Potato »19. $i 6j Erasers-Pein^e Co. 36 WANTED WANTED.—Farm « . . loans, first mortgage or subject t,. er contract. cither I he w«t W. A. Holsb. IN IF YOUR buildings, shack. h„u Be hold goods and other propem not covered by Insurance again.! loss by fire better see Ma.-tiowan ini Eichelberger. , 3 " d WANTED Farm Loan t First National Bank. 'fi'iulrs if. WANTED Junk Wi market fur and ... ure in the . , w 'll Pay the high«., .ash price for old iron rubber pt;r. zinc ami junk of all kind«.' fa \\ bo© 1er UruH., oppuHlu* Jerome Ijy. cop. 62 -if WANTED at First National Bank 1 HAVE plenty of loans W. A. Helss Farm Loan ing ulr« lf mono) for f art l». MDWTKLLANKOI -, MONEY TO LOAN "'i Improved farms, first mortgage or subject to the water right. W. A Helss. I» IS YOUR AUTO Insured see Mm. A. Peters, Post office'Blfe ir JEROME VULCNAIZ1NO WOliKS --Up-to-date vulcanizing plain, us a trial dirt Satlsfactl Tubes und casings short notice. 'll Kuarauleed vulcanized r Leave tubes and cu ing* at Fraser;-Pence Co HOFFMAN and W W Oil hoy j GODFREY WANTED Experienced want* to rent ranch with equipment and »tu« k win farm «II! work or handle same for eilen Cull at Times office, or aildre«« Bet 124, Jerome. Idaho firiarr ii »bars* w Jill FARM LOAN'S, Abstrkti. laut ance. Lincoln Loan & Title Com pany. W D. Oarlock, President. S! shone. Idoho, Box 177. The olde« •el of abstract books for Uncoil unty. »*4t / FOR SALE 60 •cr«**. 6 mile* out. all in roltt ration. »140 per acre 4 0 acre*. 3 miles out. all la aid vallon »160 per acre. 4 0 acre*. 3 miles out, all In calO ration. «Ith null house, )1!( ft acre. 4 0 acre, close to Fall* (Tty few* with woven wir* ninali »34 turn, all fllund , k bullae* P« r «cri». i$o acres close to switch, ill (kv* # M | 26 acres m alfalfa - nail boon good land 1115 g 0 acre* clow to Kalls City, il [Improved, good land. » 1 H6 per ytt W A HEISS, Jerome. Idtho. per acre. JM KK-INTKNTMM 1* MAKE PROOF NOTICE OF Department of the Interior U S. lotnd Office at Halley. Idato I. Theobald W GehrniiinSaOf Je . Idaho, who on July 15, HU, Homestead Entry. Serial 010160, for' SB*4SWSectlnsU, nshlp 7 South, Rsnge 1» D 4 Boise Meridian, hereby giro <>f my Intention to make Flvo ' ,tf Final Proof, lo establish nij clsiaj to the land above described. Woo, flrank T Disney. United Statea Co«-> ■nlsMloner. at Shoshoe. Idaho, o* Wj 16th day of November, 1 1 *18. by t»* I of the following will esses: I Norman 1) Bobbed. ThomM **1 rer, John Kohlman. Kzr# W. 8t»»J ■ill of Jerome, Idaho I THEOBALD W GKHKSU" I Last pub. No» "I rome made 1st pub. Oct. 1U.