OCR Interpretation


Lincoln County times. (Jerome, Idaho) 1911-1919, February 06, 1919, Image 5

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn89055184/1919-02-06/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

I.INC'OI/N 4XÏUNTV TIMES
Published every Thursday at Jerome,
Idaho, by
A. C. Alexander, Editor and Publisher.,
-
81TBSCHIPTION, $2.00 PER YEAH,
Entered us second-class matter
March 9, 1911, at the post office at
Idaho, under the act of
Jerome.
March 3, 1879.
j
Rialto Theatre!
Weekly Program
FEBRCARY (ITH
THURHDAY,
;
i
:
"Her F'lrsl Mistake"
A Bennett Comedy
"F'igbt for Millions"
Pulhe News
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH
"Private Peut"
An Artcruft Special
Also Comedy
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY HTH
"Private Pout"
An Artcruft Special
Also Comedy
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY OTH
Ethel Clayton In
"Woman's Weapon«"
MONDAY. FEBRUARY IOTH
"On Trial"
A Big Special Feature
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY I ITH
"On Trial"
A Big Special Feature
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TII
"Fiats amt Feathers'*
Featuring Enid Bennett
Also Sunshine Comedy
D. McRae Is visiting
Mrs. P
friends In Boise this week.
Mr Paul Plzey, of Boise. Is trails
a. ting business in Jerome this week,
The Ladles Aid of the Presbyterian
church will have a cooked food sale
For farm loans sec the Jerome Nn
Quick service.
47-tf
t Iona I Bank.
W. Trounson Is visiting In
hing culled there by
1 linens of relatives.
Mrs C
Ogden. Utah,
the
at Webster's market, Saturday, Feb
ruary 8th. In the afternoon.
Mr. Howard ''Jack" Royer return
ed from California, where he recent
ly received his discharge from the
service.
R N Wheeler returned Saturday
vas
front Butte. Montana, where he
on business connected with his pool
try business.
r h Stanger returned the first of
Mrs jess Worthington arrived In
, ek from Salt, Luke City, where
who was
the
accompanied hl« wife,
enroule east for a visit.
he
Jerome for a visit with her parents,
Mr.
Mr and Mrs. F. H. Volkman.
Worthington expects to follow about
the middle of the month
. , v.
■ Mr John Tilley.
H. Tilley, from Kansas. Is hero visit
ing at the latter's home. Mr. Tilley
has been on a trip through the weal
and is very loud In hla praise of this
section.
Buy your window
North Side Pharmacy,
complete stock.
Mrs C. W Young returned from
Boise the first of the week, where
she was called by the serions Illness
of her daughter Mrs Young reporta
her daughter aa ballig on the rapid
road to recovery,
Mrs F. R. Dietendorf and children
arrived here Wednesday from Om
aha. Nebraska Mr. Dlefendorf pre
reded them a few weeks, getting
things In shape at their ranch north
west of Jerome.
glass at the
We handle a
Quite a number of Jeromeltes at
tended the Schumann-Hclnk concert
last evening
given at Twin Falls
Those attending were well paid for
the trip, as Schumann-Hclnk Is one
of the world's foremost artists.
Mr and Mrs. "Jack" Boyle and
children left last Sunday for Cali
fornia. driving through In their car
While in California a specialist Is
to be consulted regarding some eye
trouble of tin« little daughter.
I
Most all of our flock masters are
tn the midst of their lambing work
»nd to date the weather has been
most favorable to them» Several
thousand head of ewes are to be
Umbed out In this section this spring
The Ladles Aid of the Presbyterian
fhurrh will have a cooked food sale
at Webster's market Saturday, Feb
f'try 8th, In the afternoon.
The Frasers-Pence Company this
»sek received a carload of the 1919
Bolck
automobiles. Several Im
provements have been added to the
B «l<k this
°f the motor, thus eliminating dust
»nd dirt.
year. Including enclosing
A very coni fort able suite of rooms
>>»» been arranged In the postofflee
building for Messrs. Thrall, W.
Peters and Geo. A. Bremer.
Individual has a separate office, en
Each
:
trance to which Is gained llirougb
rocepllon office, which Is also used
by the stenographer.
The arrange
merit Is a most convenient one for
.the gentlemen.
County Agent Avery was In Jerome
the first of the week looking after
the carload of seed wheat which was
purchased by our farmers through
the Farm Bureau from Kimberley
parties. The wheat Is a selected
grade of Dlcklow and has proven to
he a heavy y leider. Much Interest,
will be shown In the returns from
tills seed at harvest time.
Electric Heading Stand Damps.
Ten left out of thlrty-alx. Let us
send one to your home. Try It a
week. If It suits you keep It. Also
Thor vacuum electric carpet sweep
ers. Prasers-Pence Co. Phone 80.
B. O. Hill, who has been connected
with the First National Bank of this
place for several years, recently re
signed his position with the above
institution to take effect as soon as
Mr. John Thomas returns from his
buslnss trip to Boise. Mr. Hill ex
pects to leave in about ten days on a
two months' visit In California, later
returning here to close up his person
al business with the Idea of seeking
a new location. After a visit In oth
er sections we trust that Mr. and
Mrs. Hill will decide that Jerome Is
still a good location and that we may
number them among our good peo
ple Mr. Hill has always been a
must efficient cashier, a most pleasing
gentleman to deal with, and he will
be greatly missed by Ills co-workers,
veil as the patronage at the bank
Mr. Elbert
UR
and his many friends.
Bennett la to succeed Mr. Hill as soon
as he returns from the service, which
will not be until late this summer.
x
NOTICE
A meeting of the Jerome Associa
tion of Loyal Americans, the associ
of parents of soldiers in the
national army, will he held at the
town hull tomorrow (Friday) even
lug at 8 o'clock The principal mat
ter to come before the meeting will
at |„„
he arranged for a suitable memorial
observance at an early date,
members, us well as parents or oth
ers not members hut who would like
co-operate In the observance are
requested to he present,
All
-
SNOW FALL LIGHT
l\ HAILEY SECTION
Reports from around Halley that
arrived at the Boise United Slat**»
weather bureau office Monday, show
that the depth of the snow there I
below the average and that water fo
in Ho
the year's crops from snow
mountains will he serlons.y short In
the' Halley country there Is usually
a heavy snowfall. On Sunday night
the following snow depths were re
corded: Soldier creek. 22 Inches; at
n i ana nl i ne s. 36 Inches; Shake creek
station. 10 Inches; Ketchum
rs n ger
11 Inches: 'North Star mine.
two
Halley, three Inches.
Inches ;
r. C. WILDERN TO ENGAGE
IV THE ABSTRAIT BUSINESS
HOSPITAL MOVEMENT GROWS
Among the new businesses to he
established In Jerome Incident to the
organization of Jerome county Is an
abstract romp: ny.
with c. c, WÜ
Mr Wilburn hi
burn as manager.
purchased the necessary records and
equipment and will lie In position at
to furnish first class service In
No one Is belter qualified
once
thla line.
t 0 handle a business of Ibis nature
than Mr Wilburn and bis comte tlon
with It Is a guarantee of satisfactory
The romp tty w-lll occupy
service.
part of Ihc 'fllce now used by WI1
burn & Hartshorn
Q n | n8t Monday evening « number
of our citizens and business men met
at the office of Wilburn * Hartshorn
further discuss the matter of a
At a previous
to
hospital for Jerome
meeting various coni mil lees wer«
potned who reported Monday
Nothing definite was decided
to a hospital site, several
an
oven
Ing
upon as
desirable ones being available.
The association Is to he known as
the Jerome Hospital association, cap
italized at » 60 . 000 . the plan being at
present to sell » 36.000 worth of stock
at »1.000 per share.
a grent amount of Interest
manifest at the meeting, all present
being of the opinion that a bespit
f or Jerome Is a necessity and that
nn earnest endeavor should be made
by our citizens to accomplish
A meeting la again called for
was
si
this
end.
next Monday evening, and an Invl
«" to "" »h"""
OHtod to come and help tn this work
-na »v
BREMER SUB-DIVISION
During the past week George A.
Bremer closed a deal whereby he ar
quires the acreage No. 192 from P
7. Stuhlsatz and No. 187 from Floy
Norman, both ncreagea adjoining the
The consider
A
lownslte on the east.
atlon was upwards of » 16 , 000 .
It 1« the Intention of Mr. Bremer
1
\
I
of
lug a total of 48 lots_A building re
striction that no residences shall l.e
built costing less than $3500 win be
' to sub-divide the property Into resi
dence lots 80x140, with a row
allots on the east side 67Vfexl26. mak
a par of the contract of all sales of
lots in this sub-division.
fib-foot streets and 20-foot alleys,
with city water lights, a systematic
planting of trees, laying of sidewalks.
etc., and along the plans as'latd out
The new sub-division Is to have
by Mr. Bremer It will prove a most
exclusive residence section and a
credlt to our community. Perhaps
the first residence to be erected In
the sub-division will be that of Mr.
Bremer, plans of which are already
made.
CATTLEMEN TO MEFIT IN BOISE
— Hr. —
Big Convention to Be Held lu Capitol
<*lly February 10*20tli
The Fourth Annual Convention of
the Idaho Cattle « Horae Growers'
Association of which Clay Vance is
President and L. E. Dillingham sec
retary is set for February 19th and
20th at Boise, Idaho.
This association Is composed large
ly of cattle and horse growers of
the state who run their live stock
upon the public domain and the na
tional forests and has a member
ship of around twelve hundred.
The association was organized at
Pocatello in 1914 and has held con
ventions in Pocatello, Boise and Ida
ho Falls.
Owing to the fact that a very ma
terial increase in grazing fees on the
forests Is likely, and also to the fact
that legislative matters affecting the
industry are up for consideration,
there Is an Indication that the at
tendance at the Fourth Annual Con
ventlon In Boise will be the largest
one In the history of the association.
During the existence of this asso
ciation It has been Instrumental In
keeping down grazing fees on the
forests and in bringing about ira
securing a
for grazing
proved conditions and
five-year term permit
stock on the forests instead of one
It has advocated and
as heretofore,
has brought about a rule attaching
the right to graze live stock on for
ests to the ownership of ranch pro
perty Instead of to the ownership of
livestock
The association has also been In
press.
Better breeding. Increased market
facilities, distribution of cars, erad
strumental, co-operating with the
American Live Stock Association, in
bringing about an
the packers— the
which we see so
investigation of
big question of
much now In (It
tent bin of poisonous plants, and dis
ease am
ng cattle and horses, etc
arc matters to which the association
obtain
give
Thls association represents
engaged In the Industry
suits.
the men
owning nearly a million head of cat
-one of
tie and horses In the statt
the most Important Industries within
r borders.
The Fourth Annual Convention will
program of great Interest to
engaged in the industry.
ffl< lals
the
...1
have a
very matt
'edoral. district and state
i
scheduled to appear upon
nd discuss topics of lively
are
rogram. a
P
All stock men who ran pos
Interest.
slbly attend are urged to do so.
A meeting of the executive
chairman of
com
litre and the county
the organization la
o'clock on the morning of February
1 nth. at which lime it Is expected a
full attendance will be had.
Delegates attending the
Ion may ascertain from any hotel In
Boise the place of meeting

10
•ailed for
enliven
Mi ■* »s f
high school notes
•ti »C
who stay after
Blessed are they
school to write school notes
The domestic class had a "clean
up" day this week, but hope for an
other dinner the coming Friday.
Roberts Is In charge of the
th grade pupils this week
Will some one please donate cush
ions for the seats of the high school*
The American literature class have
studying the lives and works of
Mm.
«even
been
Bryant and Poe.
The juniors and sophomores have
•claimed that the freshmen should not
be 'treated so well and now they are
carrying out some of their threats
of the students
with
A goodly number
been treated
vaccine
have
against taking the flu the past week.
Opal Trueblood of Kimberley
a high school visitor last week
Students and parents please notice:
There Is a shortage of books In high
school.
was
:ike text hooks nml
There
hooks In many of the homes
song
and some of the students have dup
licate copies at school anti at home.
without books. Stu b
while others are
books should be
school building.
The class In economic« made
practical study of the tariff Inst week
its origin, history and effect
the economic conditions of the
' aa to
the
returned to
a
upon
Last week Esther Darlington won
the prize for the beat nows Item.
The morals, of the high school has
j Improved greatly the last few month»
and now the boys have been asked
to refrain from using bad language.
This Is a good suggestion, as pure
English should be good enough for
| The seniors arc studying "Paradise
Dost." and some or them wish that
1' bad been lost.
I be honorable seniors have a
'anyone.
grudge against the juniors for being
bright enough to escape examina
tiens. Too bad seniors, but we can
001 help you.—A junior.
Mrs. Archer gave shorter lessons
Wednesday so the students could
lake time to see "The Surrender of
the German Fleet" at the Rialto.
Misa Anderson's class Jn English
practiced writing business letters last
week.
Sing a song of outlines, that and
nothing more. Oh, they keep on
coming, two. and three and four. Sa
we keep ■ on writing, till we're thin
and "pore." , But we're all resigned
to this. In*spite of being sore.—A
junior.
Junior: Are you taking any langu
age that's foreign to you? Senior:
Yeah, English!
Some of the freshmen are certain
ly ignorant. One freshman girlie
doesn't know Charlie Chaplin from
atty Arhuckle.
F
First one: Say, I dropped Latin.
Second one: I thought I heard some
thing full.
One day last week the principal
called out the names of a junior girl
and a senior boy and since then
otn's hair has been redder than
ver.
It is understood that Jerome coun
ty has been creati d with Jerome as I j
'.is lonnty seat. Now why not a high j
school building? If it were net for I j
the flu the high schorl room
not hold the students, let alone tin
" ibby rooms used for recitation i i
rooms. I
Mrs. Bower and Miss Corbin re-!
•'ved the county «ertlficates that'
they applied for and Mrs Poage and [
could j
1
F, E. Zavodsky the state certificate
as the result of the examination in
December.
Several of the state legislature are
considering pensions for teachers.
Most teachers' pension laws ;.ie such ;
that self-respecting teachers do not
care to have anything to do with !
them.
Miss Stephens was absent frem 1
school last week on account of being
called to the bedside of her sick mo
ther Ht Springfield. Missouri She ar
rived too late to sec her nudln r In»
fore she p; noed aw y. Mi Staph
j pl(S ha , the s i I!( . er e . ympatl-x • . h
j niany friends It her hour of s •!• es
j
| ^ Lincoln Courte,
IN THE PROBATE C(H Il T
Ft ate of Idaho.
Order AppoinlVig Time for Probate
of Will, and Directing Puhllcati >n
of Notice of Same.
IN THF MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF Alexander T. M Stuart. De
ceased.
— te
It is hereby ordered, that Friday,
the 21st day of February 1919. at
two o'clock P. M. of said day. at the
Court Room of said Court at the
County Court House In Shoshone.
County of Lincoln, be. and the same
Is hereby, appointed the time for
proving the last Will and Testament
of Alexander T. M Stuart, deceased,
and hearing the application of Nina
B. Stuart for letters Testamentary,
and any person Interested may ap
pear and contest the said Will, and
may file objections in writing to the
granting of said letters to said peti
tioner.
It Is further ordered. That notice
be given thereof by the Clerk of said
Cour» by publication not loss than ten
days before said 21st day of Febru
1919 In the Lincoln County
ary._.
Times, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in said Lincoln County.
Dated January 31st. 1919.
J. L PULLER.
Probate Judge
EDUCATIONAL
concerning practical
"Write today
winter courses, commercial branches.
high school
work,
summer session Tu
regular college
subjects or our
itlon five dollars per month,
dress Gooding College, Gooding. Ida
Feb 6-27
Ad
ho.
We have n quantity of old newspa
for sale at this office.
pers
The Benefits of
CHIU O P R AC T I C
Confined Alone to I be
BEDRIDDEN INVALID
But are available to the silent,
patient sufferer from pains and
ailments, who Is compelled to
work on day afl«'r day. month
after month, making life a «we: ry
burden.
!
\re Not
such for whom
Ttiere are many
Spinal
Adjustment"
by the
Competent Chiropractor
w ill work V great change making
the dally task n pleasure .ml life
worth living.
Vim Need Not Be >l1 v,
Well and Keep Well'
a
4iet
St ndwqld
A.
« hit-opt actor
Jerome, Idaho
P. O. Bldg.
Serial No. 011301
NOTIC K FOR PUBLICATION
— —
Department of the Interior.
F. S. I.niid Office at Halley, Idaho,
January 29, 1919.
NOTICE 1« hereby given that
(leorge A. Bremer, (assignee of Cal
..... . . ...
X^MuyT 1 «Î 2^maTe Desen
land entry, Serial No. 011301, fori
HWV ( NW' 4 , NW % SW V* Section 8.
BH48EÇ4, Section 7, Township 9
i.m, nied notice of Intention to
nia ke final Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Frank T Disney, U. S. Com nthslon
q a} . May'"l 919 * ** *° ° n 1 6 S
Claimant names as witnesses: Cal-;
vln A. McIntyre, William A. Peters,
Bargain for Someone
1
i
I
|
|
i
i j
j j
j j
j • f //^N
TWELVE-ACRE TRACT, ALL IN CULTIVATION.
GOOD BUILDINGS. CITY WATER AND LIGHT
IN HOUSE.
FOR PRICE AND TERMS SEE
J. B. THRALL
Real Estate—Mortgage Loans
Jerome, Idaho
New Office: Post Office Block
i v
—I
c
YOURS
FOR.
HEALTH
\
I
ti
*
Jo?
m
> ,
'fit.
#7-,
i
THF DOCTOR IS FIRST, OF COURSE, IN
SICKFSS OR INJURY, BUT—
A Drug Store capable of supplying you with Drugs, Medi
and sick-room goods is also a prime requisite.
The More Critical the IP ness the Greater
the Need
After the Doctor we offer the most help and relief, so bring
Prescriptions and AiV et« tn us
1
'
eines
1
vour
/
iS
JEROME DRUG CO.
*1
PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS
til
rn
m
A\
;
—+
QUALITY FIR 6 T
PRICES NEXT
SERVICE ALWAYS!
id
Quality Grocery Company
Geo 11. Nidi. Is g
Hut.lt Goff
t t 1
ÄtOXf ;
."■ i
QUALITY
P R 1 T T I IN' < ï
. Give us a trial and be convinced.
1 at all times
ork that pleases our patrons.
ill turn
cnlness and Quality.
IS our sign
We are equipped and prepare!
to turn out job
\\
am!
d ol any (»timing 1ft u> In«'"
ilii 'ts
a U w oi manv suggestions;
we w
It \ ou are tn net
von out a j«»
!> that will ('leaf
von w
U, low w. < tl. 1
INM 1 \ I ION*'
\\ I DOING
BIRTH CARD'S
1 \\I V ST \TU*NERA
\ I nlVG t \RD>
Oi l It !
IMCKKT ItFU*s
LET t EURE VI»"
ENV IT.Oft s
s | \ I ! Ml NTs
SHIITING ' V(.s
(It 1 n i: W R ' PP> R'
HAND Bit I "
AIE Bl M.'
STD! L
WNDt N( EMI NTs
I «»RMS
WORK
RE« 1 UTS
. tu Ivt 's
It« >tl(*
i l imi te V IT s
need "f suf
It (I
« 4»)\ I'liiNt.
• nn i.xtnll.
vu ;| Will *»«*
t t:
fnrili* I«**» *" IU
oilier
A ml
. , the above let l.s
11 11 » y
«I
Lincoln County
PI L >NK 70
imrs
.lohn S. Hartshorn. Walter A. Heist.
;ill of Jerome, Idaho.
BEN R. OKAY, Register.
1st pub. Feb. 6. Last pub. March «
It pay»
\
'
Advertise In our columns,
to use them.
'Ma
jj < EN in need of
Printing see
what we can
do before you
po elsewhere
B
maw

xml | txt