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Mrs. D. Oliver Brown has recently
hard from her brother, Mr. C. Roy
Oenge. He states that he has taken
a contract with the Spanish govern
ment to fly In South America at $600
a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watrous and
little daughter spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Griffiths.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Stevens, who
ELDORADO HEIGHTS
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live on the J. R. Wragg farm, wel
corned a new daughter last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulkerson
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Shilllngton.
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Mül
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ORCHARD VALLEY
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visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dryden and
children were Twin Falls
Sunday. Mrs, Dryden and James ro
malned for a week's visit with
sister.
Word was received by friends of
the Riley family, wno left last week
for Missouri that Mr. Riley passed
away at St. T.ouls Thursday morning.
Mr. Ed McLaughlin met with quite
a serious accident last Wednesday
morning, when his team, wh'ch was
hitched to a hayrack, ran away and
he was thrown on the frozen ground.
He received a scalp wound and con
cusslon of the brain and suffered
tense pain for several days, but is
getting along nicely now.
Little Dorothy Dryden Is staying
at the Pettit home While Mrs. Dryden
Is vlsllng In Twin Falla.
A party consisting of Mrs. H. J.
Barton, Mrs. L. N. Pettit, Mrs. E.i
L. Coe of Gooding, Mrs. S. O. Bar
PUBLIC SALE
The Undersigned Will Sell at Public Auction at the Farm Known as NV indy Qlen Ranch
12 miles southeast of Jerome, on
TUESDAY, FEB. 18
\
The Following Described Propertys
12=Head Horses and Mules=12
! span of Geldings, 7 years old, weight 3400; 1 sorrel Gelding, 7 years
old,'weight 1500; 1 bay Gelding, 4 years old, weight 1300; 1 Gelding, 5
years old, weight 1100; 1 span of bay mares, 6 years old, weight 2400;
1 Mare, 3 years old, weight 1100; I Gelding, 3 years old, weight U00; 1
smooth mouth Mare; 1 span of Mule colts.
33-Head of Cattle-33
1 0 Head of Milch Cows, Holsteins and Jerseys; 1 Holstein Bull, a
Good One Out of a 40-pound Cow; 1 0 Head of Yearling and 2
yr. old Heifers; 2 coming 2-yr. old Durham Heifers;
A Few Good Hogs, Weighing from loo to 2oo Pounds Each
I 0 Head Calves
MACHINERY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS
3 mowing machines, 1 two-bottom gang plow, 2 sulky plows, 1 4-section harrow, 1 16
inch walking plow, l two-horse cultivator, 3 wagons, 1 mountain hac k, 1 buggy, 2
separators, 3 incubators, 1 brooder, garden seeders, plows, bay slings, several sets of gooct
work harness and collars. Bed Springs, Cots and other articles too numerous to mention.
I 4-bottom John Deere disc engine plow and I Neals & Shepard 1650
engine will be sold at private sale.
cream
FREE LUNCH AT 11 O'CLOCK
SALE STARTS IMMEDIATELY AFTER
9 months time will be given on bankable noies drawing 10 per cent
interest. 5 per cent discount for cash.
Terms of Sale!
$10 and under, cash
»
J. 1. DEEDS, Owner
Hartsbom & Clayton, Auctioneers.
B. O. Hill, Clerk
ton and Mrs. M. B. McCoy of Wen
dell drove to Twin Falls Wednesday
afternoon to attend the Schumann
Helnk concert
Rev. Johns held services at our
school house Sunday afternoon, the
first since October.
Mr. William R. Crosby, son-in-law
f Mr. J. E. Maxwell, passed away
t the Maxwell home last Thursday,
a victim of the flue. Funeral services
were held in Jerome Saturday and
the remains laid at rest In Jerome
cemetery. The young man was 30
years and 11 months of age at the
time of hla passing,
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Many of our school children are
not attending school, as their parents
tear they will get 111.
been
who haa
Gertrude Harry,
head cook at home for the past few
while her mother was
weeks,
III.
her'started to school Monday. Just ask
Gertrude for pointers on bread mak
ing!
Mr. Morris Is laid up from some
cause. Mrs. Morris had to drive to
Jerome Monday.
! Mrs. Jake Peterson was a caller
a t the Harry home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Goemmer vis
Red at the H. J. Goemmer homo
Sunday.
|
In-{the Jerome schools this week,
Harry Thomas Sundayed at the
Roberts Is substituting in
Mr«.
home of his brother.
Mrs. Welsch, who has been stay
( Ing at the Newell's since her sister's
{death, has returned to Boise, where
j she was taking a business course,
Mrs. Walter Clark visited at the
I home of her mother, Mrs. William
Henning, of Jerome, last Sunday.
The Olivers Suudayed at the Pierce i
home, j
Mrs. Roberts spent last week In
Arcadia, while Mr. Roberts was In
Salt Lake. As Wednesday was her
birthday a small dinner party was
given In her honor,
Mrs. Finch and daughter Dellelt
visited at the Haberman home last
week.
Miss Rena Habevman. who was a
one-time resident of Arcadia, was
married last Saturday at her honu 'i
In Brllllon, Wisconsin. She has our
beat wishes.
As yet there Is no Mrs. Carlson,
although the paper reports her nr
calling on neighbors.
Mr. Witty 1« spending a little time
.
Roy Elder Is under the weather
The other sick people
in Filer.
this week.
all doing well.
tlle
EVOLUTION OF ROAD BUILDING
(By J. E. Jones)
Reconstruction must be applied
llterally to t he highways of the Unit
e j states, and the farmer, the bust-1
ne ss man, the trm k owner end the
tourist are all Joining in demands
upon Washington and their state and
county political authorities for bet
ter roads.
Government statistics demonstrate
that moving farm products by wagon
costs 33 cents per ton mile as compar
ed with 15 cents per ton mile by
The element of
the motor truck.
time is equally important, and since
motor traffic has Increased 100 per
cent in these last two years there Is
{ not only a need for new highways.
; but the old main-traveled roads must
receive attention.
Only thirteen per cent of the high
' ways of the United Stetes are of hard
of'pick
surface, and the "crack roads"
been
the
a
"cracked to
pieces" by the strain of motor traf 1
flc -Wagon loads" have an average 1
, upa( . ltv D f five tons; the heavy mot
or triu .g s when loaded weigh two or
three ttme e aa much, and with eighty |
Roa( j building In Its relation to re
construction, Is recognized by the
p e deral Government as of Immediate
have
east
of this load riding the rear
per cent
heels, and gliding cross country at I
the rate of twenty nrilee an hour, the
result has been ruin to lightly con
strutted highways.
Importance, since It offers a means
of providing work for returning sol
nnd discharged munition work
la added that It will take
dlers
It
era.
contractors out of the "nothing do
ing" class and make them the bus
, e8t of the busy ; it will give road sup
ervisors something to talk about be
sides making excuses for bad high
; It will make the/marries and
boom
ways
stone crushers prosperous;
sales for road machinery.
cement,
well as enable
asphalt, tar, etc.,
the farmer
touch with town and city markets,
sell more cheaply and deliver pro
i duce with town and city markets, sell
; more cheaply and deliver produce
regularly: decrease transporta
as
j
j
to get more closely In
more
tion costs, relieve delays and in
itie pleasure of automoblling
the arguments that are
crease
These are
alive In every community, and which
stimulating the demand for more
are
modern methods of highway building
that constitute a complete revolution
and evolution of this phase of our
I
nations piog
In this revolution of highway ,; ""'
it has been found that the
: struction
• old methods of building: big w " >8 " a '.
entirely inadequate. r am
: roads that were made pose > *
[bow grease, stmpl* Mrap»i
»lid »hovel are now achieved In
modern manner through the
more
compelling power of sticks of dyna
fortlfled by energising steam
building machinery,
mlu .
8hovp)g roaJ
^ mo(|ern r(ml i building products.
It may be said, with the detlnlte
be attached to the highest
ness lo
sources
of Information, that Congress
attempt to create a brand new
set of laws for the purpose of mak
ing the public roads as much a part
of the nation's business as are the
Road
affairs of the array and navy,
building. It Is contended, must be
recognized by the United States gov
ernment as a profession and trade.
That the country Is alive to tho
necessities of reconstructing the bigh
ts further evidenced by the fact
that Illinois has authorized a bond
Issue of $60.000.000 while Pounsyl
lu has voted $ 50 . 000.000 of bonds
These are the
ays
van
for public highways.
biggest bond Issues for stale
two
road building In the history of the
world.
that It be
For the same reason
came necessary to replace ttfty and
sixty pound rails with double that
all the standard rall
weight upon
roads of the United States when In
demanded
transportation
creased
heavier locomotives and rolling stock
become necessary to
so has,it now
meet a similar condition In respect
to our pitncipal public highways. In
Increased weight anil
view of the
The new coudl
speed of vehicles,
lions confront very part of the coun
and each community must as
the Initiative In getting road
Those that will be
try
sume
building started
favored by better highways flrst
be those that are most Insistent upon
kill
"Put our taxes to a
having them,
real business use" Is tho demand In
many parts of the country.
HOLSTEINS FOR OVERSEAS
— Mu—
The first overseas shipment of
dairy cattle will consist of one hun
dred head of high grade Holsteins
ordered by the French Commission
These cattle have been purchased In
the Upper Mississippi valley region
by E. V. Ellington, formr head of
the Department of Dairying of the
University of Idaho, now with the
Dairy Division of (he U. S Depart
ment of Agriculture In charge of
Dairy Extension In the central states
The privilege of selecting the flrst
export herd Is a well-deserved trib
ute to the man well known to Idaho
datrynin. It is thought by those In
position to know that this shipment
will be he forerunner of many oth
ers selected to assist In the restora
tion of prosperous agriculture In
France and Belgium.
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NOTICE
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
W. S. Miller will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
at hla farm 1 Vs miles west of Jerome
on Monday. February ITth. one Iron
gray gelding, age about live years, to
satisfy a bill for caring and for pas
turing of said animal, and for coats
of sale. Sale Is made under the pro
visions of Section 34 46 of tho Revis
ed Codes.
1st pub. Feb. 6
W. S. MILLER
Last pub. Feb. 13
$IOO REWARD. tlOO
— I*_
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure In all Its stages and
that Is catarrah. Catarrab being
greatly Influenced by constiullonal
conditions requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrah Medicine
Is taken Internally and acts thru the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System thereby destroying the foun
dation of the disease, giving the pa
tient strengh by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature In do
ing Its work The proprietors have
so much faith In the curative powers
of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that It fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials
Address F. J. CHENEY ft Co., To
ledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists,
76c.
C LA SMI FED MR .US
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Rates—It lines
nr less, cents per
issue; over !i lines, IV cents |«-r Bn«
per (»»ne. All readers In the classi
fied columns lo be paid In a«lvance.
FOR SALE—Thr'-e
work marne.
Sound, and priced :o »ell.
Plaues, 2 miles West of Jerome. 60-21
A O.
FOR SALE—1 ft 17 Ford Touring
Car In good condition,
terme; bankable note or will take
good home part payment. See E. F.
Reed. 4 6-tf
Sell
..i.
FOR SALE.—Fine raw 80.
cleared. $71 an acre.
Barnett Stillwell.
Some
Good terms.
FOR SALE—Good, light-weight
nleo one set of
Inquire at thle
33-tf
OUR BEST BUY—160 acres. 120
I'l hay; other Improvements. 2V4
miles from elation. Only |100 an
Only $3000 to handle. Barmdt
30tf.
FOR SALE!—90 tons alfalfa hay
1V4 ml lee from Fall» City switch
Must be gold to close up tstato. Make
offer. Write or telephone Oeo. W.
Dow, Twin Falls, Idaho.
HORSES FOR SALE—6 mares and
2 gelding», ranging In weight from
960 to 1776 lbs. Teams well match
ed. Priced to sell,
on Bankable notes. W W. Prickett,
V4 mile south Perrlne crossing. 61-St
wagon with box;
heavy work harness,
office
acre. ■
Stillwell.
60-4t
6*rnonths' time
WANTED
WANTED—Farm Loan
at First Nulloual Hunk
WANTED Twenty
bright third cutting hav
114
"lulr«
tf.
tons
■dee,
Phon*
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WANTED.—Farm loans TbïjT
llrst mortgage or subject to
er contract. W. A Helsu
1 HAVE plenty of money for
loans. W. A. Heiss.
farn.
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IF YOUR buildings, shack hoiimk
hold goods and other property ^
not covered by insurance a Ll n ,,
loss by Ore bettor see Mu. Uowan
Eichelberger. 13 "?
n
WANTED -Farm Loans.
.it First National Hank
FIRE INSURANCE ln~ouT
ble companies See Win
Post OfTjce Bldg
lugulr*
tf.
relia
A Peten.
'6-tf.
WM. A. PETERS
'ompensalion Insurant*
Vetna. the strongest.
can write
your
with the

tf.
WHEN you want to buy or Re i*
real estate see MucUowan « Fl.-hel
b, ' r g* r - _ U-tT
MISCELLANEOUS
MONEY TO LOAN
■_■ __. _ . Improve!
farms, first mortgage or subject t 0
the water contract W. A, Helsa.
on
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IS YOUR AUTO Insured
If Dot
see Wm. A. Peters. Post Office Bldg
TO TRADE-—Have 100 head of
ewes bred to lamb In February, to
trade for hay. See Hartshorn k
Clayton.
4 Itf
FARM LOANS,
ance.
Abslrlct», Insur
Llncoln Loan & Title Com
pany. W D. Oarlock. President, SI.
shone. Idaho, Hox ITT
set of abstract books
The olden*
for Lincoln
50-U
■ouiity.
JEROME VULTNAIZJNG WORKS
—Up-to-date vulcanizing plant Give
Satisfaction
Tubes and
short notice
(ngs at Frasers-P. -ru •
HOFFMAN and W
casings vulcanized
Leave tubes amt cu
POT J
W OOHPP.EV
on
TAKEN UP Four head of hone*
consisting of the following: One
black mare; one buy horse; one grey
horse; one hay horse. Owner may
have same by paying charges and
keep. U. F. Sensabaugh. at Peter's
ranch. 1 % miles north of Jerome
49-11
TAKEN UP One bay gelding,
weight about IlOo lbs, white star
In face, while hind feel, about 3 jm
old. One bay gelding, weight nboat
1100 lbs . star In forehead, rope
around neck
weight about 1150. with brand on
right shoulder One black gelding,
star In forehead, white left hind foot.
Owner may have
charge» and keep
2 east. 2H north of Jerome
MONEY—I have « strong Finn
Loan Company for Camas. Elmore. 1
Gooding, Lincoln ami Jerome com- j
ties
your
some money to opera"
help you organize a little and MJ j
that piece of land adjoining you j
present land For application blinh
and pur' Iculurs write Tho» H '
Scruggs, Hill City, or Jerome, Ida*
One light bay gelding.
-ume by paying
C W MolllpeUr, I
49-lt
'
I can loan you money to pay
water contract In full, and the* j
I cu
on
Stimm« r».
Auto Robes ai Jaa
î
A SNAP!
Remember there are
electric 1
lights, telephone and power. Mod
ern 6-room house with bath. 1** f
60 acres all plow !
acres of land.
ed for spring planting; balance i j
Situated only V4 ! I
For aak ; j
in alfalfa,
from Falls City siding.
Liberal tarot.
O.l. T0WLS
at 1175 per acre.
Inquire direct.
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j! The O'Harrow Pair;
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ABOVE PLACE.
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Exceptional laciliti es
Enable Us to Guar
antee Our Work
.iihliiilMN
ü
The kind you ought to *>•'*
and - when lo have i
is wlion you really " bi ,
We have contracted <be
oi aatiafying our CU,, .°"I
Our work ia ol the
quality and our aervk«
alwaya at you« •"»«•«*
Ml. We arc eapcciaUy
pared to turn oui
billheada, notch«-.«).. ••
menti, folder», booklet», * .
lope a, card», circular,
many uthc, job. Com
and aee ua nexl! time T
need aomethmg
the printing hne.
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