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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
. Estate of Worthy F. Dow, Dece-sed. Notice is hereby given by the un-' dersigned, George M. Dow, Admlnis trator of the estate of W< rthy F. Dow, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims agai. st the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Admlnis-. trator, County of Lincoln, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated December 13th, 1918. GEORGE M. DOW. Administrator. 1st Dec. 19, 1918. last Jan. 10, 1919 Arps, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Adrian Wilhelm Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un derslgned Adrian B. Arps, Admlnis-j trator of'the Estate of Adrian Wll-1 helm Arps, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhib.t amt * 0- ÇM %■: GBIGMONEY <\ a .4 t Hi SV '■ ■SO nr: 0 « 6 : j Sr % y 1 : «i I i »JäM (v •Û ^ 0 J918A.aS.lnc, v V: » _ N? 4 N3 3 T N? 2 N9I. SMALL N9I. MEDIUM sH,amu3'f j N* î * QUALITY 3 V«..ll ERAC-C «TO 1 T Aven '. ÂE HEAVY FURRED,CASED OPEN AMO HEADLESS 150to .75 l.COto .50 S.OOtc 2.00 2.0CIO 1.53 12.00m 6.00 S.OGto 5.00 12.00 !o 10.00 9.001O 7.00 28.00lo23.00 ! 20.00(913.00 22.00 lo 18.00 j 16.00 to 14.00 IG.OGto 14.00 12.00lol0.00 COYOTE HEAVY FURRED LOOto .50 .7519 .35 7.50 Is 450 6.00m 3.00 250m 1.50 2.00in 1.C0 750m 5.50 20.00to 17.CG 15.00m 12.00 10.00m 8.50 16 00m 13.00 j 12.00 m 10.00 2.75m 2.3Ô i 2.10m 1.85 1.70m 150 225to 1 LYNX CAT 5.00m 4.00 8 . 00 ;. 6.00 ORDINARY _L_ SHOT. DAMAGED AND KITTS AT HIGHEST ,1ARKET VALUE V WINTER 125 lo 20 50to .40 ■85to .69 .35lo 25 120m 1.10 III I 1.00m 20 l.80m 1.60 150m 120 FALL CATCH r SM—SKIN 'EM—SHIP 'EM We Want Ail the Idaho Furs You Can Ship COYOTE, LYNX CAT, MUSKRAT, and all other Fur-bearers collected in your section in strong demand. A shipment to "SHUBERT" will bring you "more money"—"quicker." GET A ;:.PKENT OFF-TODAY. YoaTl be mi-Wy g'.ad you did. These c.xir-mefy l.'.gh pricea quoted for immediate shipment. îir jCi* Si! :'fv' Br JS 4-i mm T-d] i~'j&Q Sale Begins Friday, January 3rd, 1919 We have bought goods liberally; the season has been very late, and trade backward. We must unload and will endeavor to do it quickly The quality of our merchandise is Well k n °Wn and we are sure that every citizen in Jerome and vicinity will appreciate the values offered during this sale. r^ym. Mens Overcoats at a very lib eral reduction. You have seen Read It Again! a very important message for You ! Womens and Children s Win ter Coats greatly reduced in price. If there is one in this store that you have seen and admired, it will pay you to investigate. It will he sold at a very liberal reduction. 7 ; m k f ■ the large poster. h . •A Mb i ft i ♦ ' ' -, H now »j Ti Wi It has i fyj ^ V We will Children's Winter Coats--Your choice of our entire stock at one-half save you money on suits, too. 1 Sincerity Clothe« o «• price. A Line of Kiddies Coveralls in dark colors, at $^.50 Khaki Coveralls at $3.95 Leather Vests greatly reduced in price. Get Mackinaws in Great Variety Priced close In the first plac* now offered at a liberal reduetto* ■ 95c one now. Yes, good Mackinaws, at from All Wool Union Suits at Munsing Unions for Men, Women and Children in cluded in the sale. Sweaters in the Sale at from $4.95 to $13.95 $2.95 95c to $11.95 J. A. ARMSTRONG Friday Morning Specials $4.50 Wool Nap Blankets, pretty plaid ones at $2.95 Friday Morning Special $1.00 Value Three-Pound Cotton at 50c each Jerome, Idaho « •A . them with the necessary vouchers. I within four months after the first ,, ubli( . atlon of this notice, to the said A j minlsrator a t Jerome, County of l1iko1u state of Idaho. Dated December 17th. 1918. ADRIAN B. ARPS, Administrator of the Estate of Ad r j an Wilhelm Arps, Deceased. $ s t Dec. 26, 1918; last Jan. 16, 1919 -m - NOTICE KOR PUBLICATION. ' _ . . (Pinal Proof.) I, Harry J. Wilson, aUes Harry Wilson, of Je-ome. Idaho, who mais Entry Noe. 2216, 2207, under the provisions of an act of the legislat ure of the S ite of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act." ipproved I March 2nd. 1899, which cmb-accs I N. % of NE % and SWy t of NE)4 of I section 17, of township 9 S., 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 I ex j pect to prove that I have -eslded on, ' reclaimed and cultivated said lard as 'squired by law, before Henry M. Hall, Carey Act Agent, at Jerome. Til lie, oa the Jrd day ?! January, : '*19. by two of the following wit imosses. HARRY J. WILSON, Bntryman. Frank Ockes of Jerome, Idaho, Walter Honry of Jerome. Idaho ,Joe M:y of Jerome, Idalu. K. H. Whitlock of Jerorn -, Idaho. 1 st pub. Doc 5, 1918; Inst Jan 2, 1919 -fct •* North Sld-i Investment Limited, Plaintiff, William H. Triplett and Mrs. Wll-1 Ham H. Triplett, his wife; Defoe Fenton and Nellie M. Fenton, his wife; C. L. Harleson and Mrs. C. L Harleson. his wife; H. S. Nlcholl and Mrs H. S. Nlcholl, his wife: Southwestern Hay and-Grain Com AMENDED SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Lincoln. Twin Falls Company, vs. co-partnership, consisting I L . Harleson and 11. S. pany, a of C. Nlcholl, Defendants. The State of Idaho sends greetings to the above named defendants. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fourth Ju dlcial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Lincoln by the above named plaintiff, and you hereby directed to appear and complaint within are answer the said twenty days of the service of this summons If served within said judi cial district, and within forty days if served elsewhere; further notltied that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. This action is brought for the foreclosure of the lion of two certain mortgages made by and between the Twin Falls North Side Investment Company. Limited, and Defoe Fent on ttU (i Nellie M. Fenton, his wife, on the 16th day of February, 1911. duly recorded on the 11th day of April, 1911 in Book 12 of mortgages at 214 and 215 of the records of Lincoln County. Idaho. The amounts now due under said mortgages are as follows: Principal $160.00; Interest on Principal $66.62; Taxes $21.62; Interest on Taxes $1.36; Total $238.40; with interest on the principal thereof at the rate of six per cent per annua»+ from the 27th day of May. 1918. 1 The premises affected by this ac tion are described as follows: Lots Ten (10) and Eleven (11). Block Forty (40), Jerome Towusite. Lin-; coin County. Idaho. Witness my hand and the Seal of said District Court, this 19th day of November, 1918. (Seal) J. W. LUNDIN. Clerk. Attorney for plaintiff: B. D. Rey nolds. Jerome. Idaho. 1st Dec. 12. 1918; last Jan. 9. 1919 -IBS *-l and you are pages Hl'U THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Ke ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh j Medicine. Hall's' Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-ive years, and has be come known as the mos, reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on tne mucous surfucec, expelling the poi son from the blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Ca tarrh Med.cine for a short time you will see a groat Improvement in your general hea.Uh. Start taking Hall's Catar . Medicine at O-.ce and get rid of cauurh. Send for tes*l I montais, free. ; F. J. CHENEY £- Co., Toledo. Ohio. I Sold by all Drugging. 76c. I We are in the market and will pay j highest cash prices for your thin and j fat hogs. Phone 85 R2. Advertise In our columns. It pays I to use them. - • mm *HAT W/i.* H£*. 7*e MOST? i 1 fj] I 1 1 I 'if *i II you don't believe that WE HAVE THE FINEST SELECTION OF CANDIES _all kinds—that can be found in this vicinity Just Come In and See for Yourself We have candy of all kinds, except the poor kinds, and your candy requirements can be met here, re gardless of your taste. Don't think of buying Candy without first seeing ours. )][ m I gj + — £ ? , j j ■jm L n'^aiitrt ».ritf-.-F j.» .. *it*».*Ji** QUALITY FIRST PRICES NEXT SERVICE ALWAYSI Quality Grocery Company Geo. H. Nxhok Hugh Goff '.mm , - ?r - ; . 1 Get Our Prices on Job Work of any description.