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DB. P. F. GREEN
DENT 1ST
Rooms 7 and 8
-Postofflce Building
Jeromb, Idaho.
Offici
H. P. CARISEN
Veterinary Surgeon
I have practiced as a Veterinary
Surgeon for thirty years. Have prac
ticed in the state of Idaho for flftffen
years. Attended the Veterinary Col
lege in Copenhagen, Denmark, and
left before I graduated to enter mili
tary service. I am practicing as a
non-graduate. I use all the latest
and improved methods in treating
animals.
Telephone 200J
Office: Morris Livery Barn. Phone 109
Jerome, Idaho.
UAH LAN D. HEIST
ATTORNEY - z*T - LAW
A Genera. Law Practice In State an t
Ked»ral Courts.
IDAHO
SHOSHONE
Hartshorn & Clayton
Auctioneers
IDXHojhe
JEROME. IDA Ht
TELEPHONE So
North Side Construction Comp'j
General Contractors
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DR. L. G. PHILLIPS
DENTIST
Hours, 9 to 12—2 to 5
Phono: Res. 74, Office #3.
Office in First Notional Bank BldV
AI. AM B. BARCLAY
LAWYER
Jeron e. Lincoln County. Idaho
Wm. A. PETERS
LAWYER '
Office in 1st National Bank Bl.ly
Jerome
Jerome Bakery
Everything in Bread
and Pastry
Complete line of Candies
Special Orders for Fancy Pastry
given prompt attention
J. B. Pierie,
Proprietor
Wheeler Bros.
We art always In the market with
highest cx-sh prices to offer for youi
Poultry,
Hides,
Etc.
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Now located opposite
H. K. Morris & Sod Ijvcry,
Jerome
Idaho.
HAMLETT
Transfer Ä Baggage Co.
Orders given prompt
Leave orders at Independent Mar
ket. Phone 158. . Residence 28.
attention.
DR. ARTHUR VANCE
VETERINARIAN
Residence and Hospital One Block
West of High School
Res. Phone 43
The Only Graduate and Licensed
Veterinarian In Lincoln County
Phone Emerlck Bros, when
you
wish to sell your thin and tat hogs.
Top prices paid.
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THE YEAR 19(9
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"This year I will live as become
"I will be filled with
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go<KLrhcer and courage."
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A good resolution for everyone to make on the threshold of s NEW YEAR
LANT YEAR 18 GONE;—FORGET IT.
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THIS ARCHITECTURAL SERVICE 18 UTIEE—INVESTIGATE IT.
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manufacturing end Is running like clockwork
beenKieveloped to a high point of artistic «ml prar.J rH , '
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; our dl-.iHbiii.lng yards
perfection of which
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arc marvel« of effleenry «'
"<• «re Justly proud.
—MAKE USE OF IT.
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to I« to Mr
Will C. Smith, son-in-law of C.
Varnum, was recently discharged
from the navy at San Francisco and
has joined his wife at Portland. She
has been visiting thlre for the past
month with Mr. Smith's parents.
Charles Kays and wife, and D. W.
Salladay are 1 all ill with Influenza at
the Sallady home. Mrs. Edna Roe. a
sister of Mr. Kays, is acting as nurse
and housekeeper.
D. F. Tooley and Ed Rentier are
sick with the "flu."
Dale Atwood, who has been spend
ing the holidays with his parents
will return this week to his school
work at Corvallis. Oregon.
James Pulkerspn Is doing some
carpenter work at the Block farm
near the canyon. This farm is leas
by his brother Charles.
H. M. Hall, 2nd, and his wife are
with the "flu,"
Frank Brlckner left Sunday for
Jefferson. Pa., to visit his aged pur
ents. He hath received word that his
father was in a precarious state of
health.
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to to to w
J. Of Sayer loft Sunday for Port
land to spend Christmas with his
daughter and son, after
months' visit at the home
daughter. Mrs. E. K. Smith.
J, J. Rorors has rented his farm
and will go to Pendleton. Ore., where
expects to work at his trade
mechanic.
a four
of his
as a
Mrs. Rorers preceded him
leaving last Monday to visit relatives
there.
A well is being drilled
the
Roier farm and also one un the Hoff
on
man place, occupied by Wm, Beasley
Lester DeBoard sold the farm he
bought last fall of Mr. Trueblood
and has Fented a farm northwest of
Jerome, where he will move in the
spring. An addition has been
pleted to the hotise he now occupies
and his father Is living there.
Walter Kelly, Mr. Robinson and
Percy Powers are under quarantine
for the "flu." Walter Kelly has near
ly recovered and is doing chores tor
Mr. Robinson, who was quite sick,
but is Improving.
W. C. Kennedy spent several days
this week at his place. Friday, with
the help of neighbors, they worked
all day to find a frozen pipe which
leads from the well to the cistern,
where water Is stored for the neigh
borhood. This is
well.
com
our community
A frame house has been erected
on the Senator Lewis place.
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Mrs. Bishop, of Jerome, was a vis
itor at the Nllson home recently.
Mr. E: V. Gifford and family spent
Christmas with Mr. Gifford's father
and sister at Filer.
family, Mrs. Clara Barnum and her |
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Harlle Bar-1
num and children of Emmett, were I
Sunday visitors at the Pettit home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McLaughlin and
Mrs. Taylor were Christmas guests
the Howdle home.
Roy Nllson came home from the
training school the Saturday before
Christmas and surprised his family.
He Is looking fine and glad to be
home again.
This community was saddened last
week by the death of little Helen
Lundquist, dan
Lundqulst, on
place.
clean a bottle with lye water Christ
mas day and after pouring the lye
the bottle set It on the table
The Riley family spent Christmas
in Twin Falls.
Miss Daphene Shulsen, who is
teaching north of Bliss, was home
Christmas week.
Our school opened Monday, after
eleven weeks' vacation.
The Pettits and Bartons were din
ner guests at the McCoy home
Wendell Christmas.
Mrs. S. Nllson and Roy went to
Jerome Friday afternoon and return
ed Saturday.
In
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Risley and
Instant while she turned to fix the
Are. While she was tending the Are
the child drank the contents of the
bottle., Everything that could be
done by doctors and friends was done
but death released her from suffering
about four o'clock Saturday after-1
iter of Mr. and Mrs.
te 8, ft S. orchard
The mother was going to
an
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Helen was two and a half
noon.
years old and an unusually bright,
active child and the sympathy of ev
eryone goes to the grief stricken par
The funeral was held Wednes
flits.
day and the remains taken to Je
rome for burial.
1*3 THE
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They can conquer who believe they
CouraKe consists In equality to
can.
the problem before us.—Emerson.
It Is rlffht to be contented with what
we have; never with what w© are.—
James Mackintosh.
HELPFUL HINTS.
Save all vegetable liquors In which
vegetables are cooked to add. to vari
ous foods. Potato water
may be used In yeast,
bread, gravies and grid
dle cakes. As the min
eral salts are largely dis
solved In the water while
cooking the vegetables It
Is economy to save every
bit and use It In the
food In some way. A tablespoonful of
condensed milk added to a bowl of
cream that has been whipped, stirring It
in well, adds to Its flavor and increases
the amount that much.
A small flashlight Is a great conveni
ence around closets or cupboards that
are dark.
looking into cupboards and drawers.
When food scorches and spoils a
good dish, do not scrape It, but add a
tablespoonful of soda and enough cold
water to cover the bottom of the dish,
boll up and then set It back to soften.
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They are useful also In
A glassful of hot milk will help
many to remedy sleeplessness, taken
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in sips just before retiring.
For tired and aching feet a table
spoonful of formaldehyde in a bowl of
hot water, allowing the feet to soak
10 or 15 minutes, will greatly relieve
To rub them with alcohol or
them.
vinegar, will be found soothing.
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Add a cupful of cooked rice to a
meat loaf. It will make the meat go
much farther.
A Turkish towel wrung out of hot
water and applied to the back of the
neck will often relieve a sick head
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Lubricate your meat chopper ^ itl*
glycerine. It will not flavor the food
or become rancid.
A teaspoonful of glycerine added to
grape jelly will keep the crystals from
forming in It, which are so objection
able.
If a little cold water Is added to but
ter and sugar when creaming It will
cream twice as quickly.
Do no season steak until It Is ready
to put upon the platter.
When putting a cake Into the tins.
push the batter up on the sides tf a
layer tin. or from the center If a loaf.
It will bake with a more even surface,
avoiding the hump in the middle which
is so unsightly.
REDUCTION OF FIRE LOSSES
Lightning Does Damage In United
States to Extent of About
$8,000,000 Yearly.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment or Agriculture.)
Lightning, especially In rural dis
tricts, Is a source of great danger and
is responsible for the loss of valuable
property. The annual fire loss due to
lightning in the United States
ages about $8,000,000, and by far the
greatest part of this loss Is In rural
The only protection against
It Is the lightning rod. Many people
hold the opinion that lightning rods do
not protect a building at all, and that
they actually increase the danger It
they are not properly Installed. But It
Is now definitely known that they af
ford some protection In almost every
case, and If they are Installed properly
and Intelligently they reduce the risk
aver
districts.
of loss from lightning to an almost
negligible quantity. From such statis
tics us are available regarding damage
from lightning In parts of the United
States and Canada where thunder
storms are frequent, It (las been found
that properly .Installed rods reduce the
probability of a barn being destroyed
by lightning by something like »9 per
cent, and of a house by as much as 80
or 90 per cent.
Farmers' mutual fire Insurance
panics In some Instances take cogniz
ance of the protection afforded by
lightning rods and make substantial
reductions on the premiums charged
on rodded buildings, while others only
Insuia build lags which are rodded In
a manner satisfactory to them. Such
reductions will soon pay for the cost
of Installation of the proper rods,
view of the fact that lightning Is __
of the greatest causes of fires In the
rui ' ul Stricts, all companies which
iasure farm properly against Are
, 1,1,1 mak e a considerable reduction
of premiums in favor of buildings
, >.lo
In
one
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which arc protected by n satisfactory
system of lightning rods, and fhe^i
ers-of sucli buildings should he careful
to select a company which Brants such
reductions.
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APPEARANCE OF NEW WEEDS
Report Should Be Made to Take Nec
essary Precautiona to Prevent
Their Dissemination.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
If the first appearance In this coun
try of weeds, such as Russian thistle,
Held hawk-weed» and Canada thistles,
had been reporwd, much of the loss
and trouble which they are causing
might have been avoided. It Is Im
portant to report the appearance of
new weeds and to take precautions to
prevent their dissemination.
CLASSIFED
LOCALS
Rates—5 lines or less, 25 cents |k-i
issue; over lines, 5 cents |kt line
per issue. All readers in the classi
fied columns to be^pald ill advance
FOR SALE—Auto Fedan Horse
power Hay Baler, first class condition
$225. 2T4 miles north of Appleton
school, Chas. E. Everett, Jerome,
44-4IZ
Idaho.
SALE—1917 Ford Touring
Sell on
bankable note or will take
See E. F.
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FOR
Car in good condition,
terms;
good horse part payment.
Reed.
FOR SALE.—Fine raw 80. Some
cleared. $71 an acre. Good terms.
Barnett Stillwell.
Inquire
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WANTED—Farm Loans,
it First National Bank.
FOR SALE-—A ten-acro tract ad
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joining town, for sale at $200.00 per
acre. Terms. Address H. H. Eddy.
real estate see MacGowan & Eichel
berger. 13-if
Jerome.
41-tf
WHEN you want to buy or sell
FIRE INSURANCE in old relia
ble companies. See Wm. A. Peters,
Po8t office Bldg. 6-tf,
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FOR SALE—Good.
wagon with box;
heavy work harness,
light-weight
also one set of
Inquire at this
33-tf
WM. A PETERS can write your
Compensation Insurance with the
Aetna, the strongest.
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WANTED
WANTED—Farm Loan .
at First National Bunk.
nqutre
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WANTED.—Farm
(first mortgage or subject to the wal
ler contract. W. A. Heiss. 19
WANTED—Junk. We are In the
market for and will pay the bighorn
rash price for old Iron, rubber, cop
per. zinc and junk of all kinds See
Wheeler Bros., opposite Jerome Llv
ery -
loans, either
52-tf
I HAVE plenty of money for fun*,
loans. W. A. Heiss.
19
IF YOUR buildings, shack, house
hold goods and other property are
not covered by Insurance against
loss by fire better see MaeGowan and
Eichelberger.
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MISCELLANEOUS
FOR RENT—-40 acres
provements. Part In
terms. Phone 204-R3.
with 1m
crop. Good
46-2t
MONEY TO LOAN
on Improved
farms, first mortgage or subject to
the water contract. W. A. Helss 19
IS YOUR AUTO Insured. If not
see Wm. A. Peters, Post Office Bldg
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FARM LOANS, Abstrlcts, Insur
ance. Lincoln Loan & Title Com
pany, W D. Oarlock, President, SI
shone, Idaho, Box 177.
set of abstract books for Lincoln
60-t(
TO TRADE—Have 100 head of
ewes bred to Iamb In February, to
trade for hay. See Hartshorn &
Clayton. 4 itf
The oldem
county.
LOST—Bun^h of keys on key ring
with plate beaming ray name. Flnd-j"
er please advise me. F H Volk
man.
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JEROME VULCNAI7.ING WORKS
—Up-to-date vulcanizing plant. Give
us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed
Tubes and casings vulcanized
short notice.
Ings at Frasers-Pence Co.
Leave tubes and cas
ROY J
HOFFMAN and W. W. GODFREY
A SNAP!
Remember there are electric |
lights, telephone and power. Mod- |
ern 5-room house with bath. 160 j
acres of land.
60 acres all plow- i
ed for spring planting; balance I
In alfalfa. Situated only % mile |
from Falls City sldfng. For sale |
at $176 per aero. Liberal terms. |
Inquire direct.
O. I. TOWLE. I
Jerome Transfer
John Shaw, Prop.
Draying and I ransfer
Coal Office
Office ,t VV. I), Raker Tailor Shop
Phone 47
It pays
Advertlue in our columns,
to use them.
JEROME HARDWARE COMPANY
Jerome, Idaho.
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