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DENI 1 ET Rooms 7 and 8 PoBtofflce Building Jerome, Idaho. Offlci H. 1*. C A U L S E N Veterinary Surgeon I have practiced Surgeon for thirty years. as a Veterinary Have prac ticed In the state of Idaho for fifteen years. Attended the Veterinary Col lege la Copenhagen, Denmark, and left before I graduated to enter mili tary service. I am practicing une all the latest and improved 'methods in treating animals. au a non-graduate. Telephone 200J Oflice; Morris Livery Barn. Phone 109 Jerome, Idaho. 11 UtLA.N 1» HEIST ATTORNEY - «T - LAW \ Genera. L«» Practice In Stale and Federal Courts. KHOSliO.NK IDAHO Hartshorn & Clayton Auctioneers i ki.kpmom; an JEROME, IDAHO North Side Construction Comp'y General Contractors 1 DA I In .11 KUMK, DR. L. G. PHILLIPS DENTIST Hour*, \) U» —2 to 6 'liouo: It«. 74. Office uffii * in First Nuiloiia hank Bid / Al AM li. HUP LAY 1.AWYKH Jeron e, Lincoln County, Idaho Wm. A. PETERS LAWYER Office in 1st National Bank Bldg Jerome Jerome Bakery Everything in Bread and Pabtry Complete line of Candies Special Orders for Fancy Pastry given prompt attention J. B. Plerie, Proprietor Wheeler Bros. We art, always in the market with highest cash prices to offer for you. Poultry, Hides, Etc. Now located opposite H. K. Morris At Son Livery, Jerome Idaho. HAMLETT I ransfer & Baggage Co, ■■hi >rde,s ul independent Mur ' <■ Phone I.VI. Residence 83. DR. ARTHUR VANCE V-ITEFHN. RIAN Reside. ne and Hospital One Block West of High School Kcs. Phone 43 The Only Graduate and Licensed Veterinarian In Lincoln County Jerome Transfer John Shaw, Prop. Draying and I ransfer ' Coal Office Office »t W. 1). Baker Tailor Shop Phono 47 Ju*l a Little Belter than the Rest the: Creamery Cafe '•IT'S THE COOK" to Bakery. S «»t Boor Jerome ta tai fc-, »4 ta Jerome s Honor IRoll »U «4 >4 Corrected to November 21, 1918. v. ta Adamo, Henry ta Anrud, S. L. App, Charles W. ta Ambrose, Alvin Lemay, Vivian Lewis, Geo. W. Lindsay, John LeMou, Walter ta B lb.. lb. B-, Hr, lb. % It, Ü » Avery, Donald Bason, Ueorge ktt Hearn, Howard Hearn, Carse Bray ton, Myrl Bird. Arthur Homan, Walter Hurky, Chas. R. F Box, Aruel ta Bennett, E. G. ta Bennett, Ivan E. Bell, Joe ta Bauman, Walter L ta Boyd, Luther Joe Beason, Wurl Lawshe, Theodore Muxweli, Leonard Manning, Dave Manning, Max Matthews. William Massey, Purl Morrison, Angus Muller, Ronald L. May, Herbert Louy MacQuivey, . M. McAlee James E. McKlnzlc, J. H. McIntyre, Paul Mi Kvoy, Bay McCorkle. Bam ta s s Rs v h F H, » It lb; It It, Bolam, Joseph W. ta Behrens Earl C. »it Bass. William A. Hoik, Harry *■4 Hell, Marlon W. * Bridgman. Floyd Burdick, L. T. Bragg, Clyde O. ta Crutchfield, Chas. Crutchfield. Wm. k: Claar, Lawrence ta Callen, B. M. !*• Callen. Qua k4 Clayton. Lawrencu ta Carlton. Fred D. McClellan Ernest R. Myers, \V, W. Nim's, Cloyse C. Nims, Harry G. Note, Frank Note, Rex Note, Harry •♦Ott, Carl O'Brien, Charles Ugard, Wm. A. Prentice, Parry. John Parry. Clarence H. Probst, Everett U. t'robst, Peter r k ta » ■ k IBj It, ta Carbuhn, Harry ta Carr, Emery P. •■J Cushman, J F. k*i Callen. E. E. ta Callen, Richard H. Callen, L. C. ■A Chandler, Leslie E. Campbell, Joel *s Carver, J. H, Coats, Ernest •Davis, David T. ta Inmuhue, Raymond Dcyullo, Panulo ta DeC.raw, Rowland DeOraw, John Patton, T. N. Patten, Roy Patterson, Orville C. Porter, Clyde H. Phillips, John Piper, Dr. E. D. Prentice, Pettinglll, Amos H. Prentiss, Frank D. •Quereau, Edwin C. Robinson. Virgil Reed, Jeff Rice, Elbert Ricketts. Rii hard M. Reed, Eltlnge C. a. kv kv ht k ta Deck, Wilfred Ellis. H. W. Ellis, Logsdeu ta Ellis, Fred ta Engle, A. E. Eddy, Myron Elder. C. C. ta Eakln, Wm. S. Everett, Orvll W Earsman, Edward W. Foster, R. M. Fry. Arthur ta Fry, Edw. A. FuertadO. H. B. Frazer, R. 8., Jr. Reed. F. t . Reed. William Wesley Ricketts, Julian Run, a. c. Rowell, D. C. Reynolds. Robert Rupert. Virgil Reiterman, Curl Roberson. Humer J. Rice, William P. * Randolph, W. O. Royer, Howard Reeves, Rufus B. Raymond, George Karrens Stewart, H. D. * h » k h k. a r ta ta ta Forbes. Harry H. ta Fulton, Clyde *8 Foster. John Ferguson. Wm. Ja«, ta Glllett, Howard ky Glllett, C. H. kr-, Olpson. Clovis ka Graham, Samuel M. Graham, John J. ta Moltinan, Goo. Hickey. Charles Harper. Jess B« Hite, Percy J. ta Hillman, J. I. Heuer, Gus Sidwell, G. W. Sbimmin, Bert Stanton, Sid D. Stanton, Guy O. Specht, Kay Sinclair. Victor 1. Smith, William Ç, St irtz, William Scott. C. I. Shirley, Joe Showers, James Lyman Sinclair, A. J. Stuart, Dolphus Stevens, Ernest Tysor, WalUr G. Bt k, tr* Bt k.. ki ta kn Hodson, Jake ta Hines, Robert kx Hull. Clinton Hoffman, Wilkie Hoffman, Harry ks Hardman. J. A. Henry, Max Harris, Sidney C. ta Henning. Capt. O. F. ■» Hall. Raymond R. Hays, Lloyd Hawley, Glen John ta Hoffman, Roy »I Howard, Ray M. *4 Ingram, John L. Talkiugton, Kail II. Templeton, Robert Taylor, Irvin E Templeton. Win Tomlin. James Thompson, Leslie S. Trappen, Fred N. Thomason, Bee Viphaui, Ted VTpham, John Varuum, Dick Varnum, Fred Vaughn, L, F. Vaughn, Mayo Walter. Harry ta ta K. ta Jnycox, Joseph k ■ Jaycox, D. Jelltson, Wallace Jordan, Tom Jordan, Edward Johnston, W. K. ta James, George Earl ». Jenkins, Claude 1. kB Jenson, Harry Kerney kn Keithly, Jack Koger, Glon Keeland, Clifford ta Kearney. Clarence K. Keen, Earl Walburn, Hugh •Worthington, Robert Worthington, Paul Wright, Harry Westbay. L. E. White, Richard White. E. B„ Jr. Willson, Douglas Willson. Wayne Q. Willson, Albert A. Williams. Virgil W. Wilburn, C. C.z Westover. Ralph Windle. Fay Walling. James ta ta ta ta ta ta Keen, Elmer Keltner. Ralph Kerney, Arch King. Robin Kelthly. Ed Lewis. James Lewis, Elmer E. Kersey, John Thomas Ferguson, W. J. Warner, Garner W. Wushborn, Roy West. Joy White. Verlln Whobrey, Jaraca Weyerhauser. O. H. Witt. Ward Young, Arthur Ziegler. Roman Z. R, ■ > STUDENTS' ARMY TRAINING CORPS ta ta ••Prater, Boyd K. Atwood. Dale ta-. Roberts, Buena T. Sinclair, Hugh Walker, Lawrence Ourwell, George Henry, Bryan Klelneau, Carl s IB) ta ta Died of Disease. •Killed in Action. • • ta Bu if your boy's name docs not appear in our honor roll, bring > it in. as we want them and we will put it on the honor roll. Ita r ta n tatatatatatatatatai 1*4 NOTICK TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, George M. Dow, Adminis trator of the estate ot W< rthy F. Dow. deceased, to the creditors of Estate of Worthy F. Dow. Dece-sed. and all persons having claims agal. st the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the cald Adminis trator, County of Lincoln, Slate 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 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Adrian Wilhelm Arps, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned. Adrian B. Arps, Adminis trator of the Estate of Adrian Wil helm Arps, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims agalnat the .aid deceased, to exhlb.t them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at Jerome, County of Lincoln, State of Idaho Dated December 17th, 1918. ADRIAN B. ARPS, Administrator of the Estate of Ad rian Wilhelm Arps, Deceased. 1st Dec. 26. 1918; last'jnn 16. 1919 AMENDED SUMMONS. In the Dlslrli-t Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in ami for the County of Lincoln. Twin Falls North Side Investment Company. Limited, Plaintiff, \ s. William H. Triplett and Mrs. Wll-. 11am H. Triplett, his wife; Defoe Fenton and Nellie M. Fenton, his wife; C. L. Harleson and Mrs. C. L Harleson, bis wife; H. S. Nicholl and Mrs H. S. Nlcholl. h-s wife. Southwestern Hay and Grain Com pany. a co-partnership, consisting of C. L . Burleson and U. 8. NIcbolI, 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 dicial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Lincoln by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons If served within said judi clal district, and within forty days if served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless yon so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified,'Hit plaintiff will take judgment again« you as prayed in said complaint. This actio,. Is brought for the foreclosure of the lien of two certaii mortgages made by and between lb Twin Falls North Side Investmen' Company, Limited, and Defoe Kent on and Nellie M. Fenton. h ! s wife, oi the 16th day of February, lull, duly recorded on the 11th day of April 1911, In Hook 12 of mortgage« a pages 214 and 216 of the records ot Lincoln County, Idaho. The amounts now due under said mortgages are as follows: Principal $150.00; Interest on Principal $66.62; Taxes $21.52; Interest on Taxes $1.36; Total $238.40; with Interest on the principal thereof at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 27th day of May, 1918. The premises affected by this ac tlon are described as follows: Lots Ten (10) and Eleven (11), Block Forty (40), Jerome Townsite, 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: E. D. Rey nolds, Jerome, Idaho. 1st Dec. 12. 1918; last Jan. 9, 1919 Bl »T - toicsrcnm OMW , 'I i r * If we could read the set :c-i hl-tury of our enemies, w n.an'b life sorrow to dlBt'.im ail I ■i tl.nuU Und In eu i .v ai d amforin*; •-•• ,:h . rtLlMy.—Loiuff^liow. HELPFUL HINTS AND ECONOMIES A most tasty fat for various uses may be made by trying out suet and mixing It while still hot with an equal portion of lard, stir until well mixed, and It will [ways stay soft enough to be mixed into any food. When giving a baby medicine, place the tip of the spoon against the roof of the .baby'« mouth; In this way it is impossible fur r/j & , 1 .. file child to choke or object to the contents of the spoon by sputterin' When teaching a baby to eat from a spoon the same method will prove use fill. An old conk claims that all fish are better If allowed to lie two hours or more before they are cooked. A medicine dropper which refuses to function will be made active again by dropping It Into hot water. The heat softens the rubber and expands u. A thick slice of ham parboiled in a little water, then covered with sweet milk and a little brown sugar, and baked slowly, makes a most delicious meat dish. A piano tuner advises the use of a small dish of water in the back part of the instrument to counteract the dryness- of the room due to furnace heat. This will keep the piano in tune. Tile old batteries which are useless and discarded from the auto may he burned in the grate after a wood fire has been startl'd, making the most beautiful colors, especially delightful for a fireside party. A tablcspoouful of olive oil with a few drops of vinegar will ease a mid night cough when all else fails. Half of a wooden clothes pin will keep a wind-rattled window quiet through the sleeping hours. A clothes pin or two will he found convenient to carry in one's suit case for various emergencies besides noisy windows. A large market basket kept In the kitchen and used to carry down cel lar, will save many steps, canned fruit. Jelly and vegetables may be carried up In It. Such a basket will he fourni useful for carrying things upstairs uud down. PROPAGATE WEEDS BY SEEDS Produced In Large Numbers Along Roadsides. Fence Rows, Ditch Banks and Waste Places. I (Prepared by (lie United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Many weeds are propagated only by seeds. Weed seeds are produced In large numbers along roadsides, fence and «IIIfli banks. In vacant fields, aslc places, and the seeds are mv s. and in scntlwvd 1»\ wind, water, birds, and By cutting the weeds other agents, before the seeds are sufficiently ma enormous germl m te. of trouble and labor and loss an ture to amount could he avoided ; hut only the most progressive farmers do this. - ta tat - til.'l magazine r Wot" ihe ticvrlopment ot oil, and : to the Weston Printed on high Til K N ! *'kiu.Ui.r.£ T'. E-tabl Bind UUO K :i in,iu»tries. UK ■c n We ; k , ,1 with ...w. h : :f " b« VS,7* v n-ni cm* suit wir 'kw I HOW* . THIS? We offer Duo Hundred Dollars P.e- i ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catai rh Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been | taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-live years, and h:.s be- : come known as the mos, reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on tue Medicine. n ) A BANK ACCOUNT - HERE tS A STRONG BUSINESS FOUNDATION ÜF w ■ ?/ w MAKE THE START NOW i * É à i v ? •••• wm /j PARTICULARLY AS YOU ARE DEAL ING WITH A STRONG, LIBERAL BANK. If your Bank is right, your account properly handled, your credit requirements will be taken care of as fast as they may arise. Whether or not you are in business today, we solicit your account as a foundation for your business requirements later on. I THE BANK THAT BACKS THE FARMEN Jerome National Bank GILBERT %J. WHITE, Pr£S. O.T.MASSEV. Asst. Cash. FEDERAL RESERVE Bank L.M.Z.UG. VICE PRES. HALTER E. WH/TE .Cashier L. S.JOHNSON, Asst Cash IDAHO. JEROME, i y*i Are You Open-Minded? lia The average American is open-minded. i ■ American business is con ducted by true Americans of vision, open-minded men who believe in their country and strive to meet their country's needs. The men in the packing industry are no exception to the rule. The business of Swift & Company has grown as the na tion has progressed. Its afiairs have been conducted honorably, efficiently, and economically, re ducing the margin between the cost of live stock and the selling price of dressed meat, until today the profit is only a fraction of a cent a pound—too small to have any noticeable effect on prices. The packing industry is a big, vital industry—one of the most important in the country. Do you understand it ? Swift & Company presents facts in the advertisements that appear in this paper, addressed to every open-minded person in the country. r I ■: m . ■ ilh i !1 r They are •! i ,: r>g chart*™ in this Thr r-s kl*l Of fnv story of tlw packing <; .1 -tty. will be maned on request to Swift & Company - Chicago, Illinois Union Stock YstJs i i r j $ Swift & Company U. S, A. m Ilh Ü j:; . \ jt- - «;■</ b-jf'J: A th. fry mm IB mucous surfacec, expelling the poi son from the blood and healing the diseased portions, After you have taken Hall's Ca turrh Med.clne for a short tlmo you will see a great improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catar Medicine .at o_.ee and get rid of catarrh. Send for tastl montais, iree. F. J. CHENEY & LO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 76c.