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The only sate way to take care of
a valuable package is carry it your
self. Ask Mrs. Harry.
Harry Thomas, who has been
working for Mr. Pierce for a few
* days, is now busy at the Albee resi
dence.
The alfalfa threshers have been at
Otto's, Habermaas' Olivers' and
Henage's this week.
We hope someone will see that
those cattle on the Frazer plaBh get
some water.
The usual Thanksgiving dinners
were celebrated in Arcadia. Every
one had a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry, who have
been spending some time with their
son, Mr. H. E, Harry, left Saturday
for Boise, where they will spend the
winter.
Merrlam Oliver is staying wiih her
sister, Mrs. F. C. Pierce.
Mrs. Henage was on the sick list
this week.
Hjalmar Carlsi ;i is rapidly recov
ering from his illness.
We see Mr. Pierson is raising his
house and fixing up for the winter.
Misses Huyck and Holt were In
Arcadia last Wednesday in the in
terest of the Farm Bureau. Just a
small committee met with them at
the church to discuss neighborhood
needs and occupations.
Little Harland Pvatt is making a
visit at the S. S. Reed home.
The Wilcox family has moved to
one of the Hollister houses and will
make that their home.
The Fulkersons, of Appleton, have
moved down on the rimrock.
A tine baby boy arrived at the
Milo Pratt home last Friday night.
Congratulations.
The hay balers are busy in Arca
dia. At present tney are working at
R. T. Henage's.
Mrs. Terrance Ryan spent Satur
day with her sister, Mrs. Hube- Ryan.
A big bunch of cattle is pasturing
on the Frazer place.
The Fulkersons^ who have lived for
Public Sale!
Thursday, Dec. 12
1918
AT THE EXISTER RANCH I MILE EAST, H MILE SOUTH OF TALL« CITY; 7 MILES EAST. 3 MILKS
SOUTH OF JEROME, IDAHO
horses
Sheep
42 head of pure bred yearling Cotswold ewes, bred
to lamb in February
17 head cross-bred yearling ' ewes, bred to lamb in
February.
5 yearling cross"bred wethers.
0 lambs. ,
1 Registered Cotswold Ham with papers.
1 Bay geP'ing, 6 years old, weight 1500 lbs
1 bay gelding, 3 years old, weight 1400 lbs.
1 gray gelding, 8 years old, weight 1450 lbs.
1 brown mare, 9 years old, weight 1350 lbs.
1 bay inajre, 13 years old, weight 1150 lbs.
1 bay mare, 3 years old, weight 1400 lbs.
1 sorrel mare, 4 years old, weight 1200 lbs.
1 black yearling mare. -
1 black spring colt.
Machinery
Hay rake
3- wheel Corruga tor
Walking Plow
Mower
3-section harrow
Fann wagon
Cows
Truck wagon with rack
Buggy
Two hay slips
A lot of fann tools
1 Roan cow, 8 years old, fresh in April
1 Holstein cow, 4 years old, been fresh 8 weeks.
1 Holstein yearling heifer.
1 Steer calf, 7 months old.
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. A ,ot of new and old ,umb «'
8 single driving harnesses. 2 portable 8x16 granaries
Household
About 100 tons of hay
About 0 tons of coal
Miscellaneous
8 sets of work harness
Hogs and Poultry
1 Chicken house
125 telephone poles
lOO new fence posts
A lot of woven wire fencing
6 head of shoats, weight about 150 lbs.
A lot of Chickens and Turkeys.
POTATOESj
Free Lunch at H a. m.
Sale immediately after lunch
Regular terms.
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The WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD has removed all building restrictions on hoik . . ,
HISTORY RECORDS THAT ALL WARS HAVE BEEN FOLLOWED BY PERbÎtU nî bul,dinK8 '
nitude and destructiveness, only means that its sequel of reconstruction will To surpL iü îthe« Pre8Cnt War 8ur P«**s M others in mag
All of the towns in this state need new residences, new business houses, and a vast amount of M READY NOW FOR THE BIG BOOM IN BUILDING.
WE ARE READY TO DO OUR PART! HOW ABOUT YOU? amount of repair work. FARMS need houses, barns, sheds and repairs.
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the past two years on a farm owned
by Mr. Hill, have moved to the
Block place near the rimrock and
three-fourth of a mile east of the
Appleton highway. /
The Hill place was sold in Septem
ber to Lyman Taft of southern Utah,
who expects to occupy it soon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Johns, located
on the Holmquist place, returned
Sunday from the S. S. They were ac
companied by a new daughter three
weeks old.
Mr. Charles Fulkerson, who has
been farming the B. O. Hili farm
for the past three years, moved last
week to the Mrs. Block place, nine
miles southwest of Jorome. near the
canyon.
Charles Kyle, son-in-law of Mr.
Fulkerson, has returned With his
family to Webbers Falls, Okla.
Mr. and Mrs. Tooley enjoyed a
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Fulkerson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynch Burks are ex
pected home this week from Virginia
where they have spent the past sea
son. They return via Pennsylvania,
stopping in that state for a visit
with Mr. Burks' relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bishop spent
Thanksgiving day with E C. Frost
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Garner, parents
of Mrs. Hugo Jones, arrived recently
from White Elm, Ark., and will
make their home on the North Side j
Tract.
The Kings, Salladays. Kays. Wis- [
walls and Fairmans, made up a Jolly ;
Thanksgiving party at the Byron i
Smith home. |
The clover huiler is in our neigh- ]
borhood. Mr. Bruckner obtained a I
yield of about six bushels per acre |
on 11 acres of red clover. Od,c and
a half acres of alfalfa yielded 18 bu. \
of fine seed. The alfalfa coed was i
grown on new seeding from first cut-1
ting.
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Archie Mullins is working with a
hay baling craw south of Wendell.
Eddy & Sheldon threshed sweet
clover for Arno Johnson and H. M.
Carson last week. They finished up
in This locality on oats for Chas. F.
Dwight and moved into Arcadia to
finish up a few small jobs there. '
A baby daughter was born at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barrett
Friday evening, Nov. 29th, Both
mother and baby doing nicely.
Mr. Irving, who has been living ou
the Thrall place the past year, has
bought 81 acres, the south part of
the Darlington farms owned by Mr.
Alexander Murdock of Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs, J, J. Richard had
Thanksgiving dinner at Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Barrett's.
Wm. Everett and Arthur Peitner
left last week for an extended auto
trip. They intend to throw up a hat
and follow the direction indicated.
Board family have the "flu." They
are improving slowly. Mrs. Lester
Be Board was quite low Friday, but
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Born to Mr. and Mrs, E. K. Smith
Saturday, a son. Mother and baby
doing well.
Geo. Pettengill is building a new
house on the forty he bought from
Frank Beck.
Mr. Davis, hrother-ln-law of Guy
Humphrey, has moved to Robt. Mar
this' place.
All but two members of the De
is improving,
L. C. Humphrey is Improving.
Mrs. Wm. Martin spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Frank Beck,
Frank Beck has bought the old
Schultzer 80 in north Appleton,
Mrs. L. L. Graham 1s staying at
B. K. Smith's this week,
A band of Newman's sheep pastur
ed on the Pizey place last week,
They lost several from bloat.
There are all Winds
of cheap printing -
but none of It Is real* - S
ly cheap—at least
not on a basis of
value. Cheap stuff
Is usually worth al
most what It costs.
Our printing Isn't
the cheapest you
can de( t but It's as
good as the best.
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STOVES
Our stock of stoves la about all
gone. We have only 8 left. Wilson
heaters—absolutely the best. See
them; ask about them. They have
given satisfaction for the last 30
years. Reduced prices. Frasers
Penee Co.
CLA8SIFED LOCAL«
WANTED—2 dozen pullets, to be
of R. I. Red or other large breed
chicken.—E. A. Hongendobler, Rt.
No. 1. 133.
Rates—5 Rues or less, 23 cents per
issue; over B Unes, S cent« per line
per issue. All readers in the classi
fied columns to be paid In advance.
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FOR SALE—Ford touring car for
sale or will trade for live stock. En
quire P. Betuune, 9 miles east, 2 S.
of Jorome.
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FOR SALE.—Pine raw 80.
cleared. $71 an acre.
Barnett Stillwell.
Some
Good terms.
WANTED—Farm Loans. Inquire
at First National Bank.
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FOR SALE—A ten-acre tract ad
joining town, for sale at $200.00 per
acre. Terms. Address H. H. Eddy.
Jerome. 41-tf
WHEN you want to buy or sell
real estate see MacOowau ft Eichel
berger.
13-tf.
FIRE INSURANCE In old relia
ble companies. See Wm. A. Peters,
Post Office Bldg.
6-tf.
HENS FOR SALE—Laylnj
hens
and 26 pullets, mostly Rhode Island
Reds.
fore first of year.— W. P. W. Veazle,
3 south 3 west, V4 south Jerome. 3 9
Pullets should be laying be
WM. A. PETERS can write youp
Compensation Insurance with the
Aetna, the strongest.
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FOIV SALE—Good, light-weight
wagon with box; also one set of
heavy work harness Inquire at this
33-tf
office.
FOR SALE!—Good team of work
horses weighing about 1200 each.
will sell cheap. Also a set of good
heavy work harness. J. N. Shepherd,
7 miles north and 1 Vi east.
CATTLE FOR SALE—Have rbout
200 head of stock cattla for c?Ic con
sisting of yearling steers and hoifers,
cows and calves. Those cattle r.re
all on pasture near Jerome I will
be at the North Side Inn for several
days. Call on or address mo 'here,
—A. W. Leland. 42-2t
COMBINATION RANCHES — I
have for sale some fine land proposi
tions consisting of Irrigated lands
in Lincoln and Gooding bounties, and
pastuce lands on Camas Prairie foot
hills near the Forest Reserve where
you can own a farm here and get '
summer range and own one In the
Irrigated districts, AND GET RICH
Write to Thomas Henry Scruggs
Land Company. Hill City, Idaho,
3 9-41
Box 81.
WANTED
WANTED—Farm Loan . inquire
at First National Bank.
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WANTED.—Farm
loans, either
first mortgage or subject to the wat
er contract. W. A. Heins.
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WANTED—Junk. We are In the
market for and will pay the hlghen'
cash price for old iron, rubber, eop
Per. zinc and junk of all kinds See
Wheeler Bros., opposite Jerome Llv
ery. 62 -tf
furniture
1 HAVE plenty of money for farm
loanB - W - A - Helaa.
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.WE WANT SALES REPRESENT
ATIVES IN EVERY TOWN IN IDA
HO—We prefer men who have sold
stock. Insurance, real estate, books,
or who have had no sales experience •
but would like to develop Into sales
We train every applicant and
provide a system
men.
that will enable
anyone who works to make from $76
*160 per week. Can also use
women of exceptional ability. Posi
tlon permanent. In applying state
age, past business experience, num
ber of years you have lived in com
mand references. Address in
confidence—KANE MFO. CO., 1626
27 L C. Smith Bld'g., Seattle. Wash.
3 9-31
IF YOUR buildings, shuck, house
hold goods and other property are
not covered by Insurance against
loss by (Ire better sço MacUowan and
Eichelberger.
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MISCELLANEOUS
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
farms, first mortgage or subject to
the water contract. W. A. Heiss. 19
*'1S YOUR AUTO Insured,
see Wm, A Peters. Post Office Bldg
If not
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FARM LOANS. Abstricts, Insur
ance. Lincoln Loan & Title Com
pany, W D, Oarlock. President, S! *
shone. Idaho, Box 177. The oldest
set of abstract books for Lincoln
county.
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TO TRADE—Have 100 head of
ewes bred to Iamb In February, to
trade for hay. See Hartshorn ft
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Clayton.
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BRED EWES FOR SALE
I have on my ranch 2 miles north and 1 1-2
west of Jerome, about 100 bred ewes for sale,
bred to lamb early in February. Price
$10.00 Per Head
with 12 months' time. Reasons for selling
that I have more sheep that I can convenient
ly handle on the ranch and, as I am not going
to range the coming summer must reduce the
flock.
: WILL TAKE LIBERTY BONDS AS PAYMENTS.
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Having decided to close out my dairy business on account of
scarcity of help. 1 will sell at Public Sale at
my place in Jerome, the following on
;i Saturday, Dec. 7th
at 2 o'clock p. m
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25 Head of Cows
I SHORTHORN BULL 1 SUCKLING (OLT
3 YOUNC HORSES 7 HEAD OF PIGS
DAIR\ WAGON, BOTTLES AND CANS AT PRIVATE SALE
These cows are fresh or to be fresh same as in any other dairy
TERMS— Fen months' time at 10 per cent. Five per cent
off for cash.
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W. J. WALKER, Owner
Hartshorn & Clayton, Auctioneers
B, O. Hill. Clerk
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WE HAVE A FULL LINE
Of Useful and Sensible Holiday Gifts
Ready for inspection—
, Perfumes, Fancy Toilet Articles, Manicure Sets, Toilet
( «ises. Smokers' Sundries, and other articles too numer
ous to mention.
LOOK OVER OUR SUGGESTIONS—
Get the True Xmas Spirit that prevails here and you
will solve many a Gift Problem at this store.
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JEROME VUI-.CN AIZINO WÖRKS.
—Up-to-date vulcanizing plant. Give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tubes and casings vulcanized on
short notice. Leave tubes and cas
ings at Frasers-Pence Co. ROY J.
HUFFMAN and W W GODFREY
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FOR BALE
4 0 acres, 6 miles out. all in culti
vation, 1140 per acre.
40 acres, 3 miles out, all in culti
vation, |160 per acre.
40 acres, 3 miles out, all in culti
vation, with small house, )126 per
acre.
4 0 acres close to Falls City, fenced
with woven wire, small house and
barn, all cleared, quick business,
$7 5 per acre.
180 acres close to switch, all clear
ed, 26 acres in alfalfa, small house,
good land, $115 per acre. •
80 acres close to Palls City, all
Improved, good land. $186 per acre.
W, A. HEISS, Jerome, Idaho.
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