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mm SALE OF BEDDING 9 and continuing for one week t 3 lb. SUPERB, full sized all wool Batt. 72 * 80 Inches, a splendid value at. we are going to offer Blankets and Bedding at very attractive prices. THESE GOODS. OFFERED AT THIS TIME, ARE SPLENDID VALUES AND SHOULD BE SNAPPED UP SO QUICKLY THAT THE END OF THE WEEK WILL SEE US CLEANED OUT ON EVERY YOU NEED THE BEDDING, AND WE ARE WILLING TO GIVE YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO 3 pound SILVER FLEECED WOOL BATTS. 72x90 Inches full double bed size, special at #3.50 $2-25 each Full weight 14 ounce pure white Cotton Batt, at special, each . •.. 8 ounce uoft while batt, special at .each. 2 1-2 lb. MOGUL, a nice soft white batt, full bed quilt size, extra special at . A 3 lb. SANDOW BATT, full size and a splendid value, at, each . 25c 59* each 19* 95* A nice assorted lot of heavy Dark Outing Flannels, splendid for good wann comforts, special at 36 Inch Sllkollues. very attractive patterns and a regular 26c cloth, special at. the yard. BIG B Cotton Batt, a full double bed size batt and one w r o have featured for years. In the sale, special at. APALO, a big soft 3 lb. batt of the very finest soft white cotton, on sale at... ITEM MENTIONED ON THIS PAGE. 24* the yd. $1.29 19* PURCHASE AT A <JOOD LIBERAL SAVING. $1«49 Cotton, Wool Nap and AH Wool Blankets Special All Wool Blankets—these are hard to get — 66x80, good double bed size, a splmdld val S9.95 lhe l ,alr Tau or Gray Cotton Blankets, with assart x' col ored border stripe, a 83.00 value, on tale $2.59 the pair A Nice Groy Cotton Blanket, size 64x74, with pink or blue border stripe, very special Size 66x80, a beautiful, soft, Wool Nap Blanket, a good value at 86.60, on sale at $4.95 the pair ue, special at $1.95 P a,r at at ALL WOOL BLANKETS 66x80 Inches, extra heavy twilled Blankets, all wool and very attractive patte -ns, pink, light blue, black, rod and white pi: Ids. EXTRA SPECIAL AT WOOL NAP PI.A11) BLANKETS. HEAVY TWILLED WOOL NAP BLANKETS. 60x7« PLAIN GREY WOOL NAPS This lot comes in size 66x8 0, which is extra clzc and a very pretty plaid blarkei of good weight; a $3.50 Blanket Special at.. $2.95 Special 72x84 Inches, extra size, and It comes In a beau tiful assorted plaid, your choice at . . . $5.95 Extra heavy, assorted colored border. $3.95 at $11.95 Trench Caps ;; $2 Wool Khaki Cloth Trench Caps special $1.45. $1.25 Trench Caps, special 75c. Millinery Specials Any trimmed or street Hat in the ■■ Department at ONE HALF PRICE J. A. ARMSTRONG The Service Store Quality Goods Jerome, Idaho ) j ■ I Luilbq I =ii I v I w' m mmi « If SI The Correct Proportion of Air to Fuel N O matter whether it is a gasoline en gine, an automobile, a farm tractor, or a kitchen range, the case is just the same. Unless enough air is mixed with the fuel gas your engine or range will waste fuel and have less On the farm or in the shop. Father's tools are the most efficient obtainable. He wouldn't use an engine that wasted half its fuel. ' Give Mother an equal chance. Give her power. COLE'S STRANGE This range with its down draft (Hot Blast) system o\ combustion, uses exactly the proper amount of air. The fuel and fuel gases are burned, ine tuel gases an. not allowed to escape up the chimney u in all bottom draft ranges. This means that you can burn any available fi el, auo .-.Ire neans no only a guaranteed fuel saving, but a cleaner. '..at and a perfect baking oven. This r?ng£ 5c aide built to last, with mal leable iron in p- its that arc subject to breakage, and copper nlloy iron ii; pans that are subject to rust These features are not fouuc on any other range of this price. It_s a Jim Dandy all right—come in and sec it. vener I* JEROME HARDWARE COMPANY ) i MARKET LETTER November. 3 0, 1918. The cattle run for the week end ing to date has been fairly heavy, the count being In exceca of 2600 head during the entire week, tho supply of steers being abort. There Is very lit tle fluctuation and the week's trade is closing in a very steady condition as quoted. Prime steerc 812.00 to $12.50; good to choice steors $11 to $12; medium to good steers $10 to 811; fair to medium steers 88.50 to 89.50; common to fair steers 86 to $8; choice cows and heifers $6 to $8.50; medium to good cows and heifers $6.50 to 87.60; fair to medi um cows and heifers 86.60 to $6.60; canners 83 to $4; bulls $5 to $7; calves 89 to $12; stockes and feed ers 86 to 88. The count In the hog house to tals 6260 for the week ending to day. The quality Is good to choice and prices are generally steady at the closing hours. $6.76 for rough to $17 for best at Chicago. Quotations are Sheep and lambs for the voek to tal 3350. The market is showing good life and the week's trade la closing strong. Prime lambs $12.00. to $13, fair to medium lambs $9 to 811; yearlings $10 to $11.60; wethers $9 to $10; uwee $6 to $8. Portland Union Stock Yds. Co. For a quality range at moderate cost, buy Cole's Down Draft Range. It has no equal for the price. 42-lt NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Pinal Proof.) 1- H arry J. Wilson, alias Harry Wilson, of Jerome, Idaho who made Entry Nop. 2216, 2207, under the provisions of an act of the legislat ure of the 3-,-ite of Idaho, commonly known as tho "Carey Act,'' approved March 2nd, 1899, which embraces N, Vi of NEV4 and SWV4 of NE)4 of section 17, of township 9 8., of range 17 E., B. M., do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that 1 ex pect to prove that I have resided on reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before Henry M Hall, Carey Act Agont, at Jerome. Idaho, on the 3rd day of January 1919, by two of the following wit nesses. HARRY J. WILSON. _ , „ , En try man. Prank Oakes of Jeromo, Idaho. Walter Henry of Jerome, Idaho Joe May of Jerome, Idaho. R. H. Whitlock of Jerome, Idaho 1st pub. Dec 6, 191«; last Jan S, m» Serial No. OIOIBO NOTICE FOR RE"PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Halley, Idaho, November 20, 1918. NOTICE U hereby given that Theo bald W. Oehrmann, of Jerome, Idaho, who, on July 16, 1911, made Home stead Entry Serial No. 010160, for 8E148W14, Section 12, Township 7 South, Range 16 East, Boise Merid ian, has filed notice of intention to make Five Year Final Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before Frank T. Disney, United States Commissioner, at Sho shone, Idaho, on the 31st day of De cember, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Norman D. Bobbett, Thomas Kehrer, John Kohlman, Ezra W. Btoltz, all of Jerome, Idaho. BEN* R. GRAY, Register. 1st pub. Nov. 28. Last pub. Dec. 19 Buy your window glass at the North Side Pharmacy. We handle a complete stock. See our line of beds, springs and mattresses. We will save you mon«y, Frasers-Pence Co. All kinds of harness repairing dons In a workman like manner by James Summers, the pioneer harness man. DR. P. p. GREEN DENTIST Rooms 7 aad S Postofflce Building Jerome, Idaho. Offlci H. P. OARL8EN Veterinary Burgeon Telephone 200J Office; Morris Livery Barn. Phone 109 Jerome, Idaho. GOAT MILK to Whan R» complaint l »«[y valt— «hm the hag colic — when cow'» nilk c*»not be depended oa —then if you try Cm| SobackictlM a old baby load* OAT H IWMwBA iMfnmw Sold br OranlM Advertise in our columns, it pays "• tM *' HAMLETT Transfer Ä Baggage Co. Orders given prompt attention Leave orders at Independent Mur iel. Phone 158. . Keeldeuce 28. Dr. K. H. FIELD Physician and Surgeon at Post Office Block 1-3:30 p. m. Telephone: Office and Residence, 196 Jerome. Idaho 9 a. in. 7-8 p. m. DR. ARTHUR VANCE VETERINARIAN Residence and Hospital One Block West of Higtk School Res. Phone 43 The Only Graduate and Licensed Veterinarian In Lincoln County DR. L. G. PHILLIPS DENTIST Hours, !) u> 12— Phone: Res. 7 4. Office 88. Office In First National Bank Bld'g. •2 to 5 A I, AM B. BARI MV LAWYER J croire, Linrola County, Idaho Wm. A. FETER.« LAWYER Ottice in 1st National bank bldg Jerome HARLAN D. HEIST ATTORNEY • aT . LAW V Ornerai Law Practice In State and Federal Courts. HI 106 HOME IDAHO Hartshorn & Clayton Auctioneers TELEPHONE SO JKHOMK. IDAHO North Side Construction Comp'y Gonorol Contractor« JEROME, IDAHO Jerome Transfer John Shaw. Prog. Draying and I rainier Coal Office Office M W. I). Baker Tsllur Hhsp ■ Phone 47 Wheeler Bros. We are always In the market highest rash prices to offer for |«s Poultry, Hides, Etc. Now located opposite R. K. Morris A Sob Liw«T, Idafea Jrrotae Jerome Bakery Everything in and Pastry Complete line of Candi«* Special Orders for f ancy P**M given prompt attention j J. B. Picric, Pi MAJESTIC ELECTRIC USAT» (has* * Just the thing for mornings, in (be bath or Attach to any light sorket U n W live minutes your room warm. Bold on one Kraaers-Psnee Co. week'* Phone A SNAP! Remember there sre » lights, telephone and powtr B-room house with be» scree of land. «0 acres »UI ed for spring plsnlln«; ■ In alfalfa. Situated only « from Falls City siding ^ at 1171 per acre. Inquire direct. Liberal o. i.