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MRS. BERKLEY WALKER
Plano Teacher
Formerly taught for Kansas City
Conservatory of Music, Kansas City,
Mo., and Utah Conservatory of
Music. Salt Lake City, Utah
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Inquire at office of
Jerome County Time«
ARCADIA VALLET
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There was a party at the Pratt
home one night last week.
Mr. Stoddard 1s working for Mer
ritt Pry.
Mr. Guemmer was a little under
the weather for a tew davs Iasi
week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. King, who have
been spending the winter on
coast came back last Thursday. They
spent the week-end at Lake Arcadia
ranch.
A little girl came to the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson last
week.
the
Congratulations.
The Frys and Newgards were call
ers at the Reed home Sunday
tug.
even
Miss Green and Miss Pulley left
Saturday for St. Anthony.
Milo Pratt and brother have
pur
chased the 160 acres south of H J.
Geommer's and west of H. Carlson's
Charter No. 11135.
Reserve District No, 12
REPORT OK THE CONDITION OP
THE JEROME NATIONAL BANK
at Jerome, in the State fo Idaho, at the close of business on March 4th llfly
RESOURCES;
Loans and discounts, including rediscounts . . . $208,094.40
U. S. bonds and certlUcates of indebtedness owned
and unpledged .
Liberty Loan Bonds, 3^,4 and 4 ^4 Per cent, un
pledged .
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not including
stocks) owned unpledged .
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (60 per cent of
subscription ) ..
\ alue of banking house, owned and unincumbered
Furniture and Fixtures .
Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank . . .
Cash In vault and net amounts due from national
banks .
Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust
companies, other than included in Items 13,
14, or 15 .
Checks on other banks In the same city or town
as reporting bank (other than Item 17)...
Total of Items 14, 16, 16. 17. and. 18 JU5.753.13
Checks on banks located outside of city or town
of reporting bank and other cash items. . . .
Interest earned but not collected—approximate—
—on Notes and Bills Receivable not past due
TOTAL .
J208.034.4U
30,000.00
30.000.00
28,760.00
28,750.00
8,899.70
8,893.70
1,350.00
5.500.00
3,085.36
23.487,44
6,600.00
31,304.60
1.548.45
22,306.08
834.76
4,509.49
$430,870.27
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock paid in.
Surplus fund .
Undivided profits . . .
Less current expenses
$ 25,000.00
25,000.00
6,412.10
3,723.03
Interest and taxes paid
Interest and discount collected or credited, In ad
vance of maturity aud not earned (approxi
mate) .
Amount reserved for taxes accrued ...........
.<et amounts due to National banka .
Certified checks outstanding .
Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding.
Total of Items 32, 33, 34 and 36 . $73,988.26
Individual deposits subject to check .
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days
(other than for money borrowed) .
Total of demand deposits (other than bank
deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 36. 37,
38, 39, 40 and 41 .$276,398.06
Certificates of deposit (other than for money
borrowed) .
Other time deposits.
Total ot time deposits subject to Reserve,
Items 42, 43, 44 and 46 .$23,943.21
1,689.07
4,509.49
1,342.18
68,797.76
470.85
4,719.66
262,363.88
13,044 18
13,308,00
10,636.21
TOTAL .
State of Idaho. County of Jerome.
I, W. E. White, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly t .. ;
that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
W. E. WHITE. Cashier
Correct—Attest: GEO. A. GILLESPIE,
GILBERT J. WHITE,
L. M. ZUG, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of March. 1919.
A. B. BARCLAY, Notary Public
$430,870.27
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Spring Hats
That Have
Style and Quality
AT
Reasonable Prices
THE HAT SHOP
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Times never will be kept good by »Rttlng supinely, like •'Hlcawber." waiting for son.eUiing to turn up. It 1» U p to
THli IS FULLY REALIZED RY THF OOVCRvud
This is the reason the Secretary of Labor la urging the people to get behind this move. More than anyone else Mr wn
measure he knows that this U the only sure method to bring about a normal, peaceful and ,,rosier,.,,» condition to the Aim H,
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A number of school children miss-|
ed the school wagon Monday Whn'
will they do when the time Is chang
ed 8a " •
Mrs M - A, Kelley arrived from
'California last week and is with her
8on Walter. We hope you won t
want your sewing machine. Mrs. Kel
ley. However, we are glad to have
you back.
Mr. and Mrs. Garst moved from
Mr. Carlson's place Monday. They
have not decided where they will
locate.
There was a sing at Oliver's last
Wednesday night as a preliminary
to the Easter program.
Bible study Monday nights at 8
o'clock, Sunday school at 7:30.
Preaching at 8:30 every Sunday.
The Pratts Sundayed at the S. S
Reed home.
Mr. Thomas and family of Pitts
burg arrived Saturday with a view
to locating in Idaho,
is a brother of Clarence Thomas.
They were accompanied by an uncle.
Mr. Marse, who will go on to Call
fornla, after a visit here with hi
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Habermann
went to Wendell Monday to consult
a doctor about Baby Donald, who
has not recovered from what
supposed to be mumps,
found necessary to lance the swell
ing.
Mr. Thomas
was
It was
The nine-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Casto, who are on the Witty
place, is quite ill this week.
We are glad to learn that the Sil
buugh twins are much better
Don't forget the missionary meet
lug Wednesday March, 26.
day meeting in connection with the
.ted Cross.
A family by the name of Dean Is
at Carlson's place.
An all
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APP1JOTON
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The work' On the telephone line is
progressing nicely.
We are glad to report that the
Sllbaugh twins are on the road tip
recovery.
Worth T, James la visiting at the
home of his brother-in-law. II 11
Gordon, where Mrs. James has been
making her home while her husband
was In France. Mr. James received
fete discharge at Camp Funafuti
is adding a porch
to his house, also building a cistern
so that water can be pumped into
the house
Clip Blair lost a horse last week
which broke loose and ate too much
wheat.
Mr. DeBuard. Sr., and family, llos
coe DeBoard and family spent Sun
day with Lester DeBoard near Je
rome.
Our mail carrier (Bids horses bet
ter travelers than his car on bad
roads.
Mrs. C. H. Humphrey spent Tues
day with Mrs ,1 II Sllbaugh. help
ing care for the sick babies.
William Thomas and family, who
arrived Saturday from Pittsburg.
Pennsylvania, and is at the home of
his brother Clarence in Arcadia,
spent Sunday with their old friends.
J. H. Sllbaugh and family.
A good time is reported at the
dance at the school house Friday ei
ening.
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The ladies of the Eldorado Heights
Civic club wil
ings.
resume their meet
The first meeting is to be
held with Mrs. Byron Smith on Wed
nesday. March 26 There will be
an election of officers and a full at
tendance Is desired.
Mrs. M. A. Bishop returned Sun
day after a week's visit with her
sister, Mrs. Adams <n Idaho Falls
Bert Strain and family have mov
ed from Twin Falls to thetr 120 acre
far mpurchased from Brown and
Ormsby. Three years ago this farm
sold for $75 per acre. It has chang
ed hands a few times since, and the
last purchase price was $200 per
acre
Miss Edna Graves, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wiswall. left
about two weeks ago to visit her
ther iu Missouri, win
from a broken hip.
George Salladay has just finished
a fine new cistern
Mrs. King and Mrs. Salladay
tended the missionary meeting at
the Christian church last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs Clarence King are
located in their new home on the
Nevin forty, which they purchased In
the winter. They have completed a
large cistern this week
Mrs. Mayfield called on Mrs. King
and Mrs Salladay Monday.
Mr Strain made a business trip
to Twin Falls the drat of the week
Clay Salladay will be employed at
the Strain farm this season.
Three men from Tennessee arriv
ed Monday to work on farms in our
section. One is working for Mr. Bis
hop and one for Mr Hughell.
mo
is suffering
at
■?.
The members of the freshmen
class have been taking a series of
testa much to their grief
Mrs. Kearney went to Boise Thura-|l
day on official business, and Mrs
Roberts has been substltuttlng in her
The boys of the manual training
department made a box for the de
posit of excuses, report
news Items of the high school
Ruby Moore made
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
fts »1 *» ft*
stead.
a trip to Salt
to
■nrds and
Lake Thursday and
school Monday.
returned
President Tenney, of the Gooding
College, a Methodist Institution,
a brief lecture to the high school
and the upper grades Monday
ing.
pave
tnorn
HIs main points were that It
pays to prepare for a life work and
that one gets out of anything just
what he puts Into It.
A short prep
aration for any work gives Just
much preparation and
BO
no
more.
President Tenney's talk was well re
ceived by students and
alike.
teachera
The order In passing In and
of the school building
greatly Improved lately by marchl
to the beating of the triangle.
Charles McCauley has been
pelled to quit school on account of
the farm work at home.
The girls of the domestic science
class were very successful last week
In making some fine pies, so they
claim.
It is rumored that the outlying
rural districts may be separated from
out
has been
ng
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DOLMANS, CAPES
AND COATS
New Spring Wraps
Arriving Daily!
I Î e have this weereceived sev
eral oj the newest things in
C oafs and Dolmans. I here
more due to arrive early
Wee fa.
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lit;. ."»o. «tin.oo am» i p to sgao.tH»
one special lot ok all wool serge hhkssEs
$15 00
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They
In Navy, Itnrguuily, Green anti Hite
come
li Sliuiti-s
ntl \ n- Uinnlcrful Values.
1 nobby Une of CHILDREN'S \NI> MISSES' sl'KINi. COATS, Prieeil at
JS.VOO
Others at $4i.5U and $7..NO
SHIRT WAISTS IN LAW N, SILK
iATISTE AND <iE< >R( JETTE CREEE
We cull («irticiilar attention to Hie SILK HATISJ \\ |
from :«l li
in iliree iliMtim t
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$3 95
14. mul nt flic popul.
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$5 95
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Quality and Service
We Save You Money
1
Jerome proper After all this might
be an advantage to all concerned. It
now seems certain that work on the
new high school building will not I
begin
bond election carries,
held next fall
Most of the report curds
en out Tuesday
there were more very low
and very high grades
fore this school year
now being made to
dune up to standard
Mrs Avery lias been
fur
another year even if a |
a case it i,
were glv
In the high school
than ever be- |
An elTort is |
tiring all work i
grades
secured to
teach the newly organized class
the pupils of the second and third
grades.
of
See our line of wall paper
at tea tents a roll
patterns
Kriced
and up 1„ the
L'Herissun Fur
newest
niture company
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Advertise In our columns,
to use them.
It pays
*IOO REWARD, $100
The readers of this paper will be
Pleased to learn that there la at least
heen dr m d ! d dlseasfe tha t science has
that Is ^atar^h'" "caUr^bedng
Influenced by consttutional
5®"'ill!?«»" t î e V.V lre8 constitutional
8 taken Internally w'dlcU "blithe
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the
System thereby destroying the (mm
dation of the disease, giving the
smutloTalS ^ bUlldl " K
i»K its work
pa
up the con
assisting nature In do
mnch f~i,h , T ^ Proprietors have
n) fa,th ln lh e curative powers
of Halls Catarrh Medicine that
offer One Hundred Doll-im
case that it fails to
list of testimonials.
Address F. J, CHENEY ft
ledo, Ohio.
76c.
SO
they
for any
Send for
cure.
oca e . C ° • T «*
Sold by all Drugglatu,
j
flassifed
locals
Rates —n lines or less. 2 .* cent»
Issue; over Ö lines, A re „, fc
p,-r issue. All readers in „.o .
fled columns to be paid i„ a,Marne
1 ST ,
If the other fellow ha» not »„1,1
try" T a j nd w' t na< ^ your f: r '" loan
try T J Woods. Twin Fallu, Idaho
____ 6-1-19
as,*
for SALE -Kitchen
cellent condition
See C
Jerome.
La 8 ALE--One good
Epperson^ear-oW
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OOST, STRAYF.lt OU STOI Fv
,q"„ t " rk f y wi, r h ba, "I an let- 'fr„.
er please phone t lr3 R. W!lri |
611 3z
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A. OverfieldT^ "nluès barKltl "
wist of
&-^lz
well match
Geo
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team, ehe: p
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FOR
SALK
in good condition,
for good team
lice.
Kurd
roadster
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Ul H.-ll or trad,
Inquire at Times
6
d part
win
Box 4 6S.
t 2 tl
nf town
sell reasonable
HOUSE Kbit SALK
In K« ■
In good condition and
Ad it rear
Jerome
Some
FOR SALE.—Fine
cleared
Barnett Stillwell.
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Good term»
$7 1
an
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if
Houses for sale
good work hors«?», weight
11 \ iphuiu. 3 miles »until
west of Jerome
Team
2 4 'H»
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FOR SALE
wagon with box.
heavy work harm
office.
Good.
also
light weight
one
Inquire at this
.13 if
of
sei
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OUR BEST BUY 160 acre». U<0
bay other improvements
miles from station
acre.
Su', i well.
2 Ml
.. , ,| Only $100
only $3000 to handle Barn
an
it
50 if
OATS FOR
hundred bush.
Bard
SEEI. corn For sJ
; ih
Work.
SALE
II.-n
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f good oats for sal,
for s—ii
order» leit
Sample
- at Thumps
b
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and
■ are hi
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ire
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Hav.
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Fur
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lots
and
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rent to r,-
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Good I
Will
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party
Bt ■ San
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411s
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Mean.
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for sale
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whig-. Barrymore
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FOR SALE Team,
mare and gelding
■ouiid and gentle will ... ,c- .
work team Fric- « .o', k 1
International stacker
tor »ale right,
j_south and 3
»hört 3 . y,
nut- raut
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" 1 ' eagle, 3 mile»
«est of Jerome V-L't
plaVER
have Ri tile
slightly us
paid for and In
that
party
solidateii Mi »
Utah
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vicinity
player
first clas»
cheap ,
parti, -ul:
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and be it,
Racket
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condition
Store
to
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at First National Hank
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tf
IF VOL'It buildings,
3 goods and other
»ot covered by Insurance again,!
OSS by tire Letter see M * ' 51
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pr. per
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wanted Farm i.
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