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i>R. P. K, GREEN
DENT JST
Room» 7 anil 8
Office—Postofflce t)uiliilufr
Jerome, Idaho.
H. P. C AKI.S K N
Veterinary Surgeon
I have practiced as a Veterinary
Surgeon for thirty years.
Have prac
ticed In the state of Idaho tor fifteen
years. Attended the Veterinary Col
lege lu Copenhagen, Denmark, and
left before 1 graduated to enter mili
tary service. I am practicing as a
non-graduate. 1 use all the latest
aud Improved methods In treating
animals.
Telephone 2U0J
Office; Morris Livery Barn. Phone 109
Jerome, Idaho.
HARLAN D. HEIST
ATTORNEY - z*T - LAW
A General Law Practice in State and
Federal Courts.
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IDAHO
Hartshorn & Clayton
Auctioneers
IK ROME, IDAHO
PELE PHONE ::u
North Side Construction Oomp'y
General Contractors
Idaho
.1 kuome,
DK. L. G. PHILLIPS
DENTIST
Hours, 9 to 12—2 to • r >
Phone: R«»- 74, Office 9S.
Office in First National bank Bld'g
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LAWYER
Jerome. Uncoln County, lilaln
Wm. A. PETERS
LAWYER
(Office in 1st National Hank Hldg
Jerome
Jerome Bakery
Everything in Bread
and Pastry
Complete line of Candies
Special Orders (or l ancy l ) astry
given prompt attention
I. B. Picric,
Proprietor
heeler Bros.
art alwnyft In the mark«*! wifi*
heat rush prlrtM to offer for you»
Poultry,
Hides,
Etc.
Non op|M>Mlt«'
H. K Morns A Son Ijut),
Itlaiio.
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. ARTHUR VANCE
VETERINARIAN
deine and llnspllal One Hlm k
West of lligli Seiend
Kcv Phone 43
1 Only Graduate and Licensed
llcrlnurlun In Lincoln County
rome Transfer
John Shaw, Prop.
Draying and 1 ransfer
Coal Office
•t \V. D. Itaker Tailor Shop
Phone 47
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the;
reamery Cafe
"IT'S THE COOK"
lour to Bakery.
Jeroinc
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some come
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Adamo, Henry
Anrud, 8, L.
App, Charles W.
Ambrose, Alvin
Avery, Donald
Itusou, George
Hearn. Howard
Ueam, Carse
Drayton, Myrl
Bird. Arthur
Human, Walter
Burky, Chas. R.
Box, Aruel
Dennett, E. G.
Bennett. Ivan E.
Boll, Joe
Bauman, Walter L.
Boyd, Luther Joe
Heason, Murl
Holum, Joseph W.
Behrens, Earl C.
Hass, William A.
Beck, Harry
Bell, Marlon W.
Bridgman, Floyd
Burdick, L. T.
Bragg, Clyde O.
Crutchfield, Chas.
Crutchfield, Win.
Claur, Lawrence
('allen, B. M.
Callen, Gus
Clayton, Lawrence
Carlton. Fred D.
Curbuhn, Harry
Carr, Emery P.
Cushman, J F.
Callen. E. E.
Callen. Richard H
Callen. L. C.
chandler, Leslie E.
Campbell, Joel
Carver, J H.
Lemay, Vivian
Lewis, Geo. W.
Lindsay, John
LeMon, Walter
Lawshe, Theodore
Maxwell, Leonard
Manning, Dave
Manning, Max
Matthews, William
Massey, Purl
Morrison, Angus
Motter, Ronald L.
May, Herbert Louy
MacQuivey, A. M.
McAlee, James E.
McKlnzlc, J. H.
McIntyre, Paul
McEvoy, Ray
McCorkle, Sam
McClellan, Ernest R.
Myers, W. W.
Nims, Cloyse C.
Nlms, Harry G.
Note, Frank
Note, Rex
Note, Harry
••Ott, Carl .
O'Brien, cnarles
Ogard, Wm. A.
Prentice,
Parry, John
Parry, Clarence H.
J'robst, Everett D.
P^bst, Peter
Patton, T, N.
Patten, Roy
Patterson, Orville C.
Porter, Clyde H.
Phillips, John
Piper, Dr. E. D.
Prentice,
Pettiugill, Amos H.
Prentiss, Frank D.
•Quereau, Edwin C.
Robiiison. Virgil
Reed, Jeff
Rice, Elbert
Ricketts, Richard M.
Reed, Eltinge C.
Reed, F. C.
Reed, William Wesley
Ricketts. Julian
Ross, A. C.
Rowell. D. C.
Reynolds, Robert
Rupert, Virgil
Relterman, Carl
Roberson, Homer J.
Rice, William P.
Randolph, W. G.
Royer, Howard
Reeves. Rufus B.
Raymond, George Karrens
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Donahue, Raymond
Deyullo, Panulo
DeOraw. Rowland
DeGraw, John
Deck, Wilfred
Ellis, H. W.
Ellis, Logsden
Ellis. Fred
Engle, A E.
Eddy, Myron
Elder, C. C.
Eakin, Win. S.
Everett, Orvll W
Karsman, Edward W.
Foster, R. M.
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Shimmiu, Bert
Stanton, Shi D.
Stanton, Guy Ü.
Specht, Ray
Sinclair. Victor I.
Smith. William C.
SI irtz, William
Suit. U. I.
Shirley, Joe
Showers, James Lyman
Sinclair. A. J.
Stuart, Dolphus
Stevens. Ernest
Tysor. Waltir G
Tulkington. Ea: 1 II.
Templeton. Robert
Taylor. Irvin F
Templeton, Win
Tomlin, James
Thompson, Leslie S.
Trappen, Fred N.
Thomason, Bee
Vipbam, Ted
Viphutu, John
Vanillin, Dick
Vacuum, Fred
Vaughn, L F.
Vaughn, Mayo
Waller. Harry
Walburn. Hugh
•Worthington. Robert
Worthington. Paul
Wright. Harry
Weslbuy, L. E.
White, Richard
White. E H Jr.
Willson, Douglas
Willson, Wayne l>
Willson, Albeit A
Willi uns. Virgil W
Wilburn, C. C.z
Westover, Ralph
Wl: Me. ray
Walling .lames
W in i r. Garne. W
Wuslibim. Rov
West. Joy
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Wholrey.
Weyerliauscr. G I!
Witt. Ward
Young. Arthur
Ziegler. Hour.:
Frazer, R S., Jr.
Forbes, Harry H.
Fulton, Clyde
Foster, John
Ferguson, Wm. Jas.
Gllletl, Howard
Olllett, C H.
Gipson, Clovis
Graham, Samuel M.
Graham, John J.
Holttnan. Geo.
Mickey, Charles
Harper. Jess
Hite, Percy J.
Hillman, J. 1.
Heuer, Gus
Hodson, Jake
Hines, Robert
Hull. Clinton
Hoffman. Wilkie
Hoffman. Harry
Hardman, J. A.
Henry, Max
Harris, Sidney C.
Henning. Capt. O F
Mull. Raymond R.
Hays. Lloyd
Hawley. Glen John
Hodman, Roy
Howard. Ray M.
Ingram, John L.
Jayeox, Joseph
Jaycox, D.
•leillson. Wall«' »
Jordan, Tom
Jordan, Edward
Johnston, W. E.
Janies, -George Ear'
Jenkins. Claud. I.
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Keen. Karl
Keen, E nter
Ke.Hier, Ralph
Kerney. Arch
King. Robin
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Lewis. Elmer E.
Kersey, John Thomas
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Walker, Lawrence
Atwood, Dale
Harwell. George
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GAUDENS WILL HE
PROFITABLE THIS YEAR
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The home garden Is likely to prove
a profitable Investment of effort till»
vonr us It has for the past several
Agrleulture.
The experience of the past few years
aoMion». In tho opinion of the United
Stilles Department of
litis proved (hat persons who have
,
wbo do their home gardening work
Intelligently and efficiently find It
pro (liable. The relatively high prices
..f fondai offs tend to
of practically all foodstuffs tend to
Inc reuse the saving affected, hut tho
home garden should be planned with
view to meeting the family needs
rat her then of producing crops Tor
sufficient land and spare time and
a
sale on the market.
We have a quantity of old newspa
pers for sale at this office.
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NOTICE FOR
I'l BMC \TION
United Stales Land Office.
Hailey. Idaho. January 13. 1919.
hat Hu
ll.illway Company,
address is St Paul.
Notice I» beleb» gi»en
Northern Pacific
(whose post office
Minnesota, has this I tlh da> of Jan
uary, 1919. filed in this office Its ap
plication to select under the provi
S |ons of the act of Congress, approv
eil Jut} 1. 1898 |3» Slat 59*. 62»)
25-7S-17E. B. M..
6K N W ' 4
40.00 acres,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the lands des« rthed, or deslr
lug to object because of the Mineral
character of the land, or any other
reason to the disposal to applicant,
8honld fl)e , hplr nffldavlts of protest
ln tl)iR om ,.„ on or before the 10th
day of March, 1919.
Sec
BEN R. GRAY. Register
1st pub. Jan. 30. Last pub. Fob. 27
For farm loans see the Jerome Na
tional Bank. Quick service.
Advertise In our columns. It pays
to use them.
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OH l Kl H ANNOranîMEXTH.
Episcopal Church
Services every Sunday at 10:15 a
All are cordially invited to at
tend.
in
W. K. K. Sirnnions.
ratliolii Cliurch.
There will be Mass at 9:3» o'clock
at Jerome Catholic church on next
Sunday morning, February 9th, Fa
ther Hyrne officiating.
— Ku —
Hup) 1st (Tiureh
Rev. J. L. Haslam will preach for
even
us next Sunday morning and
Ing.
Sunday school at 10 a.
in
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'Ung people's meeting at 6:3» p.
— hi —
Ui.
Presbyterian Church.
R. LOTH ROBERTS, Minister.
Jerome—Sunday school at 10
'reaching
a. ni.
Theme:
Fulfilling the Ten Commandments
Canyon Side—-Preaching at
. m.
P
at 11
a. m
3:0»
— Ha
Latter Hay Saint«
Sunday School at 11:30 a.
Afte.noon service at 2 p.
are cordially Invited to ».it md 'ties.
Services
in.
m. All
— hi —
Christian Science Services
Christian Science Society hold'
regular services each Sunday at 11
'clock. Sunday school at 12 o'clock
Wednesdty evening
o'clock.
All are welcome to these services
— Ih —
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meetings at
Church of Christ
Bible school nt 1 ».
'ommunlon ut 11 .
'hristian Endeavor at 6
Our
Preaching and
(
Evening services;
I
Subject:
Relation to God—Trusting."
Special music. Buna Roberts, h der
Preaching at 7. All invited. At the
morning services there will be give:
a report of our last board meeting
and the election of officers that
were
nominated there. Every member (hat
can he present by .ill means shoith
be there.
It is your business.
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MetJnxiist Episcopal Church
Sunday school at 10
election of Sunday school
tea» hers Sunday morning. Preaching
11 a. m. Theme: "Consecration and
the Centenary." Preaching at 7:30
. m Theme; "Death and the White
Throne Judgment." Kpworth League
Leader, Mrs. M. J
Subject: "The Christlat
Mastery of the Pacific."
prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday
veiling. The Ladies Aid will meet
l the home of Mrs. O. R. Peterson
Thursday afternoon, February 13.
Mrs. W. M. Massey will he te hostess
The Methodist minute men will give
brief addresses on the Centenary ev
ery Sunday morning and evening.
M. J. Brown, Minister.
a. m. Annual
ifficers and
at C;30 p. m.
Brown.
College
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Serial No. 011301
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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Department of the Interior.
F. S. Land Office at Hailey. Idaho.
January 29. 1919.
NOTICE is hereby given that
George A. Bremer, (assignee of Cal
vin A. McIntyre), of Jerome, Idaho,
who on May 4, 1912. made Desert
land entry. Serial No. 011301. for
SWRNWL. NWLSWV« Section 8,
EV4SE>4. Section 7, Township 9
South, Range 18 East. Boise Merid
ian. has filed notice of intention to
make final Proof, to establish claim
(•> 'lie land above described, before
Frank T. Disney, C S Commis iou
■ r. at Shoshone Idaho, on the Is!
la\ of May. 1919
claimant names as wllties-i
I via A. McIntyre. WilM -m '
, lohn S. Hartshorn. Walter A Heiss,
all of Jerome, Idaho.
BEN G GR'.v
list puh. Feh fi Last pub M. ;■ h i
Cal
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i\ mi: Piioit \ n t <u irr
of Lincoln County, Slate of
MhIio.
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l*mhau*
HitI<t \p|HiiiH .» Tin»«* f«*i
I < f Will, an» I DiiTt-tiiiK Publication
of Notice of Same.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OP Alexander T, M Stuart, De
.eased.
It is hereby ordered, that Friday,
(lie 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
County of Lincoln, be. and the same
is hereby,' appointed the time for
proving the last Will and Testament
ol Alexander T. M Stuart, deceased,
and hearing the application of Nina
It Smart for letters Testamentary:
and any person Interested may ap
nnd eontest the said Will, and
bjeetlons In writing to the
id peli
Shoshone.
pear
may file
granting of said letters l
I loner.
It is further ordered,
be given thereof by the clerk of said
I than ten
if Kebru
notice
Tin
t ottrl by pwbUeallon not u
days before said 21st da»
,.ry. !;•!!• in the
Times, a new spa.per printed and pub
lished In said Lincoln County
Dated January :'lst. 191"
J, L FULLER.
Probate Judge
Lincoln Count»
Uni t \TION U.
s
concerning practical
Write today
winter courses
regular college
subjects or our summer
Ulon five dollars per
dress Gooding College. Gooding, Ida
Feb 6-27
commercial branches.
high school
session. Tn
Ad
Work,
month
ho.
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All kinds ot Harness repairing done
•orkman like manner by James
tu a w
Summers, the pioneer harness man.
GOV. LYNCH URGES WEST
TO LAST LI li LOAN DRIVE
To the Citizens of the
ami prosperity.
It means that the
Twelfth Federal ites.Tve District: lllur k*d price of government bouda
. "ill soon stabilize at par or better.
' l " l,v 1 It also means that commercial, agri
cultural, and industrial affairs will
1,1 stabilize, and that the iiuu-inspired
■ lamor will
The Fifth
"Victory" | |
Loan is in sight. Let us thank < ,o I
that it is not just the Fifth Loi
Victory means the end of the
the end of loans, the
WH r.
dawn of pence
cense.
We "ere advised that the war
would hist thron 'h 11119, probably
.h rough 1920, so vve were prepared
lor that ; to hav • done less would
j have been suicide.
I crush the linn on his
and he prudently i^uit.
mue money hut it sat ed the lives of
! half a million of our men. Was
money ever belter spent ?
Now we have bills to pay, proiu
! iscs to make good, our men to bring
ome. This will take from five to
billion dollars. Let us get ready
A big task, but the
Inst, ami therefore easy. All to
: ther, shoulder to shoulder, and
the loan goes over !
The " Ninety first" is the Pacific
(oast Division; remember their
■ventent. and honor ourselves
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We prepared to
own ground,
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•James K. Lynch,
< ov.-ruor. Federal Reserve Hank of
Fan Francisco; Chairman. Lib
■c:tv Loan C ueral Executive
Foard. Twelfth Federal Reserve
District.
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■ J,. .MES K. LYNCH
Covernor, . e: si Reuse ve District
MONTHLY WAR STAD? QUOTAS •
F 1 X 1 j FOR iV/lLFTH DISTRICT
The T reasury I' a-rtniut ba<- a-siimet] to the Twelfth Federal
Reserve District tin- fo ■> . ,.r uiouthl;. ipiotus to I
Savings Sumps duiintr 1919:
January .
February .
March '..
April .
May .
June .
July .
An rust .
September ....
October
November .
December .
raised in War
.$ 4.200,000
. 4.800.000
. 5.400.000
. 6,000.000
. 6.600.000
. 7.200.000
. 7.800.000
. 8.400.000
. 9.600.000
. 10.800,000
. 12 . 000.000
. 10 . 200.000
Total .
TT 1c o he i a - • 1 tliro . bout the country is $1.600.1100.000.
.$96.000,000
C. C. Wilburn Has
Money to Loan
cn North Side farms on first mort
gage or subject to water contract.
YOUR DUTY
AND
OUR DUTY
F
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ENCOURAGE
THEM AS THEY RETURN
IT W \S Ol IÎ OPPOKIT MTV TO SI TROUT
AM) HACK I P OCR HOYS WHILE THEY
WERE AT THE FRONT.
Just as great an opportunity exists
today in their support, encourage
ment and help as they
return.
We gladly, proudly offer our advice, help and xup
partieular in which we may help.
port in every
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GILBERT <J. tVHITB.PmtS.
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WALTER e. ITH/rC.CASMltM
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L.S.JÜHNSOH, Asst Cash.
IDAHO.
JEROME.
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butter
prepared to print them on
short
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