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' under
1 Theatre!
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' Shirley M.von in
tv Kew ulng Vng*'l"
fox Coined)
3. Hart In
Track»"
mm;
line
lt>.
Fluor Webb,
of
til Mrs.
«re Tixllhig und transacting
lu Jerome Thursday
Luafley, <>f Twin Falls, was
« visitor In Jerome Thurs
uiag Editor Arbe'id of the
Ritesnan was in town Thurs
1.1 also visited the First Seg
'xuJ Mr« Ed Km melt, of Hur
vre Jerome visitors late in the
H Jhf»::. the eye Sight special
■ with K J Coats adv.
J il Wall.urn have
Bed »ord free: r son. Hugh
■:v return-ul ', .mi tin overseas
■- 'rd is now at Camp Merritt
Hth; llschsrg.., that he will re
H to Jerome as sno:, a. he gets
■ivhirgc
■1» .'hit fielt Myers, of Shoshone.
I rcjiuhred at the North Side
I Sihuflay.
Bn Z«ll* Coffin went to Dow
I Friday on business
iuuriey Win. A Pel ,ms has been
permit* tiie .miles of county
Pvv during the abae* co of Conn*
[Attorney filarclay
I
nl
I). Rurkley, of Hnxvdton.
|)iti Jerome Saturday.
|Blj «pedal sale on Rock Island
P' u* before buying Fruzer I
p be non-Pence Co
IUwrenre Clayton.
r ^ 1 Clayton, is another recent
"lv«l from
t!M * **° and one.half y...,ni
»• M. Sta,k
'■b Thursday
adv.
!
son of Mr and
overseas, having been
was here from Twin
Tor (arm loans
see the Jerome
i«l Bank Quick Service.—adv.
**• C. Stott is
Provemenls in the east room of
the Ann
making extensive
|" f building vacated by
•ton* store, preparatory to using It
" M office tor the Federal Abstract
• Intcstm
<! 0 l company. It will be a
M l0calio " and a fine office when
fompiciefl.
J Wesley Miner, of Gooding col
l( «e. was In
town Friday on business
connection with that Institution.
®ny your
Wth Side
w indow g lus» at the
I'harmacy. We hacdle a
compete stock.—Adv.
Don't forget
Tueida
that beginning next
in h y ' S, ' p,fim ber 22nd. "Oppoi
" v Wcek " "« 'he Salvation Army
^ * Hl ' >' l *»r opportunity to help
"" Army help tlifts«) who
not "auV"
are
•town" hut
Pr «1 W. Goit whs
rom Pocatello
on biislness here
Friday.
Vocal lessons
Mr > Wilde
(Marehesl .method)
Phone 168.
30-5t
Stuart is bore visiting
"'«Hier for n short while. The
-— 1 are living in the mountains,
. Wher * Mr. Stuart has
« Veazle.
Mr »' Hi it on
ii.. r
Quarts
ii initio.
Mils.
MRUKliKY WALKER
p| ano Teacher
sft5!S, h « rtt
for Kansas City
•»u , , ot M «8lc, Kansas City,
Kui'if. o„i, H 1 ®* Conservatory
lc ' S" 1 ! Lake City. Utah.
of
Mw. L. C. Kelsey, who ha» |„.«„
h«ro with her husband for some u,,,..
past, loft Monday for Pocatello to
visit with hor inotlicr who live , ,......
Mr. and Mrs, Kelsey live
land. Oregon, hut u * »topping ut il.
North Side Inn while M Keb,.y ,
here us engineer for the . i t y whilo
wiy.
P. M. Anderson, of Bliss
ed business here laie in
Remember "Mickey,"
that was shown at the Rmiu,
pie of mouths back Is booked i
return showing
Tuesday. It Is unnuc
anything relative to the
"Mickey," as all who
will wish to see It »gain
not get to see it before, ;
shown during the busy »,.»
year, and to these we will
ask the fellow who si
will be sure to see It this time
the paving Is under
I runsn
I
the
•'c k
!
I
I
■ alt
'
"ext Monda
.un:
es
ry t,
merits of
Before
a;;w it
Many did I
is II tu
he I
ju. t
you
Il end
J. M. Cook was ovei :r..nt Barb-v
(
Friday.
Murray Uroukman and fuuil'-. wR;
re Mr
Hroohmun wHJ be uonm-cted .'.ill it,..
company's olflce,
C. C. Wilburn has mom y to loan
•—Adv.
soon go to Mlnneapoli
Chas F. Kline was at f| .„ m
Payette from Friday until v.,n.i
Mrs. Kline meeting him at Sun.,ho . 1
Mr. Kline Is utlei ding to p.-op.-m , ■ .
Payette for the Mlnnesot | A
i i »
uli-'li <*un' istb iim -
hielt le
f fruit. 11.
expects to remain there for inoth.-i
in on tit
Trust company,
clpully of an orchard, frum
Is shipping 30,000 box. s
Kd Wilhelm was a basin, -s visitor
from Pocatello Saturday.
Harvey's Greater Mil trels Sunday
night in Amusement hull
be all that they were advertised to
be. There were forty in the troupe,
and they gave identically the same
performance hen- that they have I. n
giving In the best show houses It,
Salt Lake City, Ogden and the other
cities There were four or five hun
dred people lit attendance
illg special sale on Hock Island
plows. See us before buying, Fraxer
■ItoherWon-Pence Co adv
proved ic
J H. Orouzcback has erde -ed sev
erul hundred chairs for Ann .••iii. nt
hull, which will be much more con
venient than tl.e scats now in use
For farm loans see the Jerome Na
tloual Hank Quick service ,'dv
The editor was absent on Tues
day, one of our busy days In getting
out the nespaper. so If we are a little
shy on news this wick our renders
will have to excuse us.
Abbolt. publisher of the
. mole red over
W c
Flrnl Segregation Ni
from Hr.f» ltori Sunday tu n* t Mf>
Abbott, vs ho h. d .spent a \s*«k visit -
ft it ic her parent*. Mr and Mr
Howlby Mr. Ilowlby is n«*w ••in
Wll
son
ployed by the Jerome Drug compati)
For farm loan» see the Jerome
National Bank. Quick Service adv
1! White wa at Hois
Sherin K
Dial week testifying before the fed
Maude
crai grand Jury In the ia«e i f
I-ee. charged with operating a still at
fottn d
Indlcl nient
Eden.
against Lee. and it Is understood Hint
he will plead guilty, and
w as
An
that no
trial will he necessary.
R 11 Varmint left Sunday
where he
His cousin,
days
Lient.
(or Harvard
university,
will spend two years
who was visiting him. left a fe
earlier for the same place
"Wagon Tracks," tea
ill be
The picture
S Hart, which
turlng Win.
shown at the Rialto theatre Friday
and Saturday of this week 1» consol
review ers
erod by all motion picture
being Iht' best picture
Hart
M r.
as
It Is without a
has made this year
wonderful production.
doubt a
Coats had a booth at ih.
H. J.
|.;<ten fair In which he exblbiicd the
Edison talking machine The North
exhibited the
trnc
Sid« Auto company
Ford Sedan and the Fordson
I,'lluriHsoii oxhibitiMl
tor. and D, A
South Bend Mallenhle range.
the
Blast rlpeless Furnace
room in the houne. giv.
. r ml Insures health
whole family
Cole's Hot
heats every :
perfect vent Halim
and comfort for 1 be
adv.
company
hnrdw are
Jerome
line of Cole's Hot Blast stoic;
from the
The
have ii
which roaches
of I he' r building
on display
front to the rear
mil oi
l:ttHPr«n»n(
They rlso have u
Cole's Hot
sold In one day s tfffie.
The Idaho Reck m. tlon asso. i•"
booth In the Agricnll tm"
of the state fair.
Blunt furnaces which v.
will have a
the pill
c and
building
> heilig to distribute Hleralui
pom
Holnuh uiomborHlilp.
Give your ranch a name, and Hie
have The Timet print some "f
stationery for yon. You
nifty
like It.
Miss Alice May PJP-r. w««o ™
last
piper, left
Utah, where she teaches klmlerg««
In the public school».
ten
SOCIETY
1
The
..
■ ' " "'"Khout. The .sic
Informal, friendly S ;i
among those
«Ü1
'VC H
g" d, rt
an
II
■r
ii nlfesi
who
' tell t(,
»penn the
■'> midnight
event ig
la lies
The club
dcticii c
' • I vi-1 nn I
the
'"lient lunch.
i!l rangetnenls
of . t»l tu le
■ dlimieiiis and other ,
during H,.
made for
■it musical enti-r
MS
dijoyahle events
Ting winter.
The ideal
society of th,
'liristian
at the
II 1 , Cook
on the lawn
into
■ luirch
home
met Friday
•f Mr
'Veiling
and Mrs,
I'D ,
>""«« folks played
? " r it whilo. then
liouH«? and
went
i*tiJoyed the
the
remainder of
Re fore
the
evening singing songs. ;
ll:ivillK • Cook served them
dainty refreshments,
twenty ejgiu
vlth
Thoio
present and It
were
was Olle
"I the best parlies the society have
enjoyed.
1
R. si Wednesday afternoon fifteen
f'tl friends
at tie Imme of Miss
; Wilson, in honor of lier tbit
" llth birlliduy Th. litt t,
' a 'ovely afternoon and
1 ;i !>ix "''' ,0< 'k dinner which
Wil * 0, ' s, ' l vt ' 1 Tll< ' !
fl1 - v, 'How and whit. ,
si.H id color schtf
.
on the dining tahb
Hud
N.
girls
eujoy
M rs.
onse was décor
ait d the
carried out
e V. ai
The I. ().
p
11 .
society w.
Mdtedulvd for grand ball last
ev
ening in
Amur.emeut ball, but
' Bet able to get the report of it
before going to pre. a.
w e
AIR APIA VA I,LEV
A number of Arcudlr.ns look in
excursion to Milner
the
Month y.
Set! Id s'
Threshing is now being done In
Arcadia. Milo Pratt's
aged forty-thfi
Some of the lliird cutting of al
falfa In Arcadia is going to make a
crop, notwithstanding it has had no
water whatever.
I.ake Arcadia is Mir. a life saver
to the feathery tribe. They swarm
there by hundreds. About daylight
a steady procession of pheasants can
be seen coming to water. Coyotes
also are frequent callers. It will soon
be dry. how-ver, unies.:; replenished
in the near future.
So far as roads are concerned we
are In "No Mar's Land." We are now
the neglected protege of both G.
r.g and .1er..me counties.
w he: l
aver
e bushels.
d
Did any one mc itlon drought and
diminished crops 1D19 is the hau
ler year for the baby crop in Arcadia
More catching than 'flu" or appen
ds His. ; nil far nunc popular. Keep
il y. the good work and the removals
town will soon be counterin'Irneed
The household goods of Mr, Rld
dell who purchased the Porter ranch,
from Nevada and
ill soon he settled in
came overland
the family
their line new home.
Ith few cxccp
vells en
Arcadia ranenes.
equipped with
vial her mis trying year
Hons, an
altliitg us I
with much less hardship than for
tnerly.
Two of the Appleton
shattered it.to toothpicks
deotricat storm
téléphona
poles were
by Tuesday night's
The haling outfit -is in Arcadia and
the cook wagon looks especially good
to the busy housewives,
tin Monday afternoon the
called in a body at
neigh
borhood ladies
home of Mrs. Huber Tfyan. II
Light refreshments
('clock.
the
was n
surprise,
served about five
\\
Mr and Mrs R. R. Goeiniuci spout
Monday evening at the Godfrey home
Lloyd Webster wat
Shoshone
in
Sunday and Monday,
moved
family have
The DeGraw
ipposite William Silbaugh's place.
Watson, who ha: been spend
Walter
Miss
ing some time
Clark, returned to her home in Boise
Mrs.
with
cek.
Iasi
the
helping out
cooking for the thresh
Kolsky is
Mrs.
bachelors by
i»rs.
in need of a shampoo
will he pleased to tell
if you "re
Wilcox
Mrs
v ,,ry latest method.
Roberts and
yon the
Miss
Monday
Mr. and Mrs
even' to Hie canyon
I»|-;i(i returned from the Twin
Riddell
Mrs.
Fall hospital Sunday.
meeting
held at
vas
Missionary
. Wednesday afternoon,
coiini) nurse, Miss Rust,
utile to meet with ns
laut Tnnrsday in October, as
Tubercular confèrent c
notice*
the
vin
until
she
Hie
i ; »(lending a
|.„, Walch for further
at B
and Everett.
Mesdames Humphrey
,,f \pplelon, and Oliver, of
I the health project mein mg
Binding last Thursday. 'G"' 1 ' 0
■ thirty ladies present and
and helpful
Arcadia.
alle!
at
C O V « ' I
w* 1
Interest itiB
uro
1 lien
liitks along various lines.
.cially urged to second the
We were
■ efforts
in gelling
^ oxteniion llK0I1 , ;
Advertise in our columns.
ORCHARD VAU/EY
Mrs. S. Nllson and her sister, Miss
1 Illy Oukdale spent Friday and Sat- '
urday with Jerome friends.
Mr, and Mrs (', R, Uryden enter- j
tallied relatives from Twin Falls
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. c. a. Samuelson en
tertained the Nllson family at Sun
day dinner.
over
•Mrs. 1 .,. N. Pettit was a Gooding
visitor Thursday, attending
Ing of the county health committee.
The Pollyannu
a meet
•lub attended a !
meeting of the Wendell Civic club!
Wednesday.
Mrs. Maud K Riper, of Jerome,
present and gave an address.
Mrs. S. Nllson entertained several !
ladies of the neighborhood at
The distriel president.
was I
a one i
o'clock luncheon Monday in honor
if her sister, Miss Tilly Oakdale, of
California, and Mrs. C.
A. Samuel- ;
son. of Chicago.
Mr. Henry Kluges, who has been ;
Hv.ng on the C.
là. Spaulding ranch j
for the past two years, held a sale
last Wedensday and left the first of j
the week for Oregon, where he re
cently purchased some land.
A daughter was born to Mr. and ;
Mrs. Burlin Shook Monday morning. :
The Klag, family were over Sun- |
day visitors at the Wilkins'
home I
near Wende;'
Some hoy wantonly destroyed all
the melons in Mr C. A. Sumuelson's j
melon patch recently.
The Pollyanna club met last Thurs- :
day at the Samuelson home, with
Miss Coral Savesoti hostess.
APPbETON
Mrs, Gord. m has a little lamb;
its fl. . is white as snow.
And evi l ,, where it shouldn't be
That lamb is sure to go.
It went to the cellar recently
And found an open door;
Then discovered a pall of milk,
Which was setting on the floor.
It knocked the cover from the pall
And drank every drop;
Then decided at this nice place
Discovery should not slop.
It nosed around until it found
Pears, grapes and tomatoes fine, j
And from the bountiful store of 1
this
It did partake and dine.
The honey suckle has tried so hard
Upon the house Jo climb;
Three times that lamb has eaten it
On what else will it dine? i
Miss Mary Rust, our county nurse,
organized a class in nursing and hy
giene at the school house last Thurs- j
day afternoon. The next meeting j
will be held Thursday, September 25.
at the home of Mrs. Frank Beck,
Every one in Appleton is urged to he
present at that lime.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gordon, of Rod
Oak. Iowa, arrived Sunday for a vis
it with their brother. H. H. Gordon
Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Gordon and
Mi. and Mrs. L. K. Gordon went to
Niagara Springs Tuesday.
Mrs. C. B. Sluncnberg arrived last
Tuesday to . tko up her work as the
fourth teacher in our school. She has
charge of the sixth ^ud seventh
grades and civics and history of the
Mrs. SI utter berg is
eighth grade.
staying at the home of E, K. Smith.
The total enrollment of school is
115—almost double the number of
two years ago.
,1 H. Silbattgh reports a fair third
cutting of alfalfa, r.nn several oth
er-: have made small clippings.
IILase
From Fain
Backache, Sciatica, Rheu
; matism. Neuralgia, Head
j ache and all forms of
* pain yield quickly to
DR. MILES'
Anti=Pain Pills
»
«
; The Enemy of Pain
* Free from Opiates, Narcotics
J or any habit forming drugs,
i Relief in a small package,
j easy to carry and pleasant
î to take.
Read what a newspaper man
savs:—
-
;
«
Have used Hr. Miles' Anli
* Vait; Pills for several years for
neuralgia and all
headache,
kinds of pain and find them the
best medicine
o ever used.'
1) Boone Osborn,
Editor Central Missouri l eader
Macks Creek, Mo.
J Money back if fîrüt box Î
Î fails to relieve or satisfy. *
J SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ;
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OPPORTUNITY (ALLS AT TIMER UNEX
l'E('TEI) AND HER DEMANDS SOMETIMES
ARE HARD TO MEET.
*
HAVE YOU HEADY MONEY? HAVE YOU
AN ESTABLISHED CREDIT THAT WILL EN
ABLE YOU TO MEET HER CALL?
EVEN IF YOU ARE UNPREPARED WE
MIGHT HELP YOU. AT BEST YOU WILL BE
WELCOME IF YOU CALL.
tk ■mtä&Kz&si'vi iwb**^
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■raenff m
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ANNOUNCEMENT
■?
having located in the "Amusement Hall"
building, 1 respectfully solicit your pat
age.
I
John L. Ingram
PLUMBING, HEATING & SEWERAGE
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j.| "'T 1 ■. I.OiT l! !' !"
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Pa
ft]
Help Her
Carry On
The Salvation Army Lassie
Needs your support in her
Home Service.
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|»'i'|ç.\|lîHjH 22 TO 29.
OPPORTUNITY WEEK,
L. C. Thompson Hardware
Gladly donates (his space to the Salvation Army today.
This Store Has
Moved
To Its New Location
In the building formerly occu
pied by the Armstrong store.
Cash Grocery
West Main Street
N
Ptop.
II. Goff,

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