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lime. 14-foot FOR HADE Cash Champion header; 20 disc Peoria drill; 8-section steel harrow; 4-sec tlon wood harrow; harrow cart; 2 farm wagons with beds; 1 surrey with polo and shaft; No. 2 fanning m'll- 1 Owmis smut machine; 1 4 to 5 plow Wallis Cub Tractor with all the latest improvements, almost new, tractor oi can and era. with plows, ill operate 30 to 32 Inch separator; ateam lubricating oil.— F. D. Buna, Aberdeen. Idaho._ 6 ~ 612 * P*OU 3A LE —4-room house, Riverside addition. Hoe Wm. Novotny. 6-6U DOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms for about three months for family without small children.—In quire at Wone» Mortgage Loan Cor po rat Ion. ___5-3012 LOST—One red leather suit casp In front of Evans Merc. Co., last Frt Flnder return to Evans Merc. r>-30t2* day. Co. and receive reward. butterfly LOST—Gold breast pin Kltape Finder return to Mrs. Peter Nplson. 5-30t2* CELERY AND CABBAGE PLANTS *125 per 100. Tomato plants 35c per dozen, delivered. Transplanted stock.— J. M. Spack man, Twin Falls. 5-3012 PRIVATE MONEY to loan on good land,—Frank Falls, Idaho, 6-80 i trip roved Irrigated Ppacock, American Box 176. FOUND Good saddle, Owner can have same by calling at. Press office and paying for this advertisement. 6-3014. GOOD AUTO FOR HIRE Take you Phone 169.— anywhere, any time. ■White House Barber Shop, Ameri can Falls. 6-23tf ■FOR BALE—Five room cottage, Just remodeled; two bedrooms, newly tinted and In excellent, condition. For suie on easy payments—small payment down, balance on easy, monthly Installments to Huit, pur chaser. September 1, or sooner If necessary. Mrs. Jennie Zink. 5-23t4 a Will give possession on Wilt HALE. TRADE OR RENT -Mod ftrn 6-room house In Riverside ad Wlll consider good auto dltlon mobile Inquire of John J. Brandt. 4-26tf M0 AC. HEB land for sals, partly lm proved. 2\4 miles from Amorloau Falls M M. Newman, 114 lmavon worth Ht., Manhattan. Kan 1-ll-tf IMPORTED SHIRE . 8TALLION for aale Weight about 1*00 Can ba at Winona Stock Ranch. l-»ltf ♦ * ♦ C. F. HCH1LTI Physician and Surgeon Office, Wones Bldg. American Fana i 4 44444444444444444 ♦ y « K. F. NOTH, M. D. Of fie* Schmidt Building « « « I I ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ , i V ' ' * ° Vo 1 A a, ' - - • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ lift. A. D. LaHOTHK DRNTI8T Wane* BatWtag Phone 165 ♦ a « ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « a 4 aiftsiL a »aus Law y ara Schmidt Building # Americas Fall* t Gooding • « ♦ « ♦ MARTENS BROS. Licensed Auctioneers Matlsfactioa Gumraitoad Phono IHl-J-S 44444444444444444 4 4 !.. W. (OTANT Aactloneor 4 Terms Heaaonabie Phone 10* 4 American Kalla. Idaho. 4 4 ♦ 4 4444444444444444 4 4 4 4 OIL UKO. A. 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All children love them. one MOVEPALU Good looking Long wearing No ripping tearing be What calmly. as serene at den j* $1.50 ths suit A New Suit FREE if They earn Rip As tr deuce. self give ^ tured. with Dutch nsek and elbow slee Ii s." tSSm-rmai with high neck end long sleeves. O r Made ol indigo dyed hlun denim, sad genuine blue and white hickory stripes. Alsu lighter weight, fstl-color materiel in a variety ol pleasing designs, ail appropri ately trimmed with last-color galatea. Folder (in colors) showing different materi als sent Irea on request. Sizes I lo 8 years. Awarded Grand Prize at Panama Pacific International Exposition. will cant her able KOVERALLS ly Insut on this Label Hf6 u i PAT.orr. tor his LEVI STRAUSS &ca SAN r RANCISCO, CAL li your dealer cseaol supply we will forward prepaid, upon receipt ol prie«. Made and guaranteed by LEVI STRAUSS & CO. Sen Frenclaco * 4 J. F. Kosanke & Co. I Dealers in Real Estate St Farm Loans, specialty in irrigated land. For information write ♦ « « « ♦ J.F. Kosanke American Falls, I da h o ♦ • N* Surgery. No OMaagatky avwëcî. ■- c. ♦ « 8- ft. ♦ « ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ Oradust* National Oahool of Chiropractie. ♦ ♦ a * « ♦ M ♦ praetor'» AifMitlim 4 4 ♦ Thro* Yoart' Prantleo la ta ♦ * ♦ « ♦ Two Years' Praotto* in Atoor ♦ a loan Falls. • « « Wft hpiitai.uk in Tea, Coffee, Spice», Extracts and Baking Powder Grand Union Store 4 NEXT TO P0HT0FFIC« 4 4 ♦ 4 4 ♦ 4 Tonight 4 Tomorrow Alright NR Tablets atop aiok headaches, relieve billoue attack*, tone and regulate the eliminative organ*, make you feel fine. " »attar Than Pills For Uvor Mo" 4 4 « « 4 4 4 A ».if 4 4 »Be. Be«. aais. FALLS PHARR ACT FIRM •*,000 LAURA ANN Assistant llses ests ation of tF By MILDRED WH'TE. Constance and Prudence sat upon either side of the lamp In the pleas ant little sitting-room. Constance was gaging absently at her magazine, while Prudence bent .over her ever lasting embroidery. Meeting her sis ter's visionary eyes, Miss Prudence lauglied shortly. "Are you wondering, too," she asked, ''If we are going to spend the rest of our lives In tills regulated plan? Our days and our years pass with the same duties at the same diours, and no innovation. In Willow Crest, of course, there Is not apt to 'new under the sun.' HOISE, about 10,000 H. H. Leader, farmer ment means crops, and "Farm Mr. ized riculture ized returns. "If bureau munities the rodent within has reau then become either it within ive enables county "The two grew of fore, and one-half. the least be anything What are we going to do about it?" "Do?" queried Miss Constance calmly. "Why, we must accept things as they are, my dear !" "Thank goodness I have not your serene state of mind," exclaimed the vivacious sister, "and I intend to have something to think about In this town at least. I'm going to act upon a sud den idea and advertise for a boarder." "But I'rtte," the plump little lady re monstrated, "we "are not obliged to earn money." "Money nothing," snapped Pru "I want companionship—ap deuce. preclntlon. Who Is there beside your self to enjoy my delicious jellies and give incentive to fresh culinary dis coveries? but the boarder might be a "But man," Constance complained. " her sister shamelessly "I hope agreed, "a man would certainly be nn innovation tn Willow Crest." Constance's soft lips going them ary the •re pressed firmness. together In unfamiliar "That," she decidedly remarked, If you are de "I will not couiitenunce. term!tied in tills most extraordinary whim, specify plainly that the appli cant must he a woman." And grimly Prudence obeyed. The arrival of many responses to caused a pleasnr way. lege tution form to her advertisement able excitement. Even Constance, was forced to vuguely disapproving, smile at Iter tioiis, j the lusin, anti It wits Constance who final- j ly selected the "boarder." agent She was a young woman from the "Alone In the world." her let- er Hinre her moth- this so tion or must as wilt •nergetlc sister's enthus city. tor said appealingly, er's death she had passed through a series of boarding schools and was anxious for the atmosphere of a real home. "Her father," she added, "spent his time roaming about abroad." Laura Ann Arnold was the name signed to the letter* "Isn't site the prettiest child?" cried Miss Prudence. "A sweet appearing girl, indeed," Constance admitted. "Why," coaxed Laura Ann, "do you nice hair so tightly? both wear your In the city It would be arranged—oh, I ft me show you how." The sisters looking wNh apologetic admiration at their transformed re flections In the glad*, thanked Laura The little itoarder And she did. warmly. Ann further went with the two to assist In the selection of new ntuslid dresses. "You've made us look so different," ventured Constance. "So much—nicer," said Miss Prue. I 4 inrn Ann laughed, her dark eyes "You sent for me Ite wanted things different, were dancing, cause you you kiptw," she reminded them. evening when Laura Ann had taken a walk to the station she returned at supper time wilh a distinguished looking stran ♦ And one stiminer « « « go she Introduced eare "My father," ♦ lessly. "I thought—" stammered Prudence, "thnt your father was ahroad." "He was," Laura Ann replied. "He has Just returned. I did not tell of his coming, because I wanted it Jo be a surprise. If you could make room for him here until our futnre plans are arranged he would be glad. The sisters * ♦ 4 * ♦ ♦ '*•■ # found that they eonlri Constance tn listening to make room, the recollections of Isuira Ann's fa ther. found much of Interest to her far .V And many of those now ichoolmutes tmd been mu self. scattered tun! friends of both. to Constance's Sometimes A pretty color checks as she Ijutra Ann stopped long Ammglt he bere the two were came talked. neat It the trees sit. to tuck a tlower Into Miss wont t Constance's loosened hair. "I'd like her for a stepmother," she Prue. confided to Mis "It looks ns though you were going i to get her," Prudence dryly replied. | "I hope so," Laura Ann confessed, j "because, you see. though I've never ' mentioned It. there's a boy In the city 1 \Ve love each other. J called Jerry. Hut our fathers selfishly tried to keep | they wer»* alone. I mother died when he was i >»ii. because us Jen v born. Sin* was an excellent house- | Jerrvls mother, and his fa- j keeper. ther wants Jerry to find that kind of I'm not much for Jellies and I Ann re wife. thnt sort of thing," Laura grot ted. Then. with a smiling satisfied | glance toward the couple beneath the j trees, site "Dear Jerry," she penned briefly, "come out in the car tomorrow to spend the day. and—be sure to bring your dad. Lattrti Amt looked tenderly up at -ent to write a note. t want hint specially." Miss Prue. A "You'll better get your nicest cnki and Jellh's ready." she said. "You nr»- going *:> hnv» i-ouqsiny. dear, tie morrow." £V*tt rial" civ ic Vwli v-eHecvt I eine. ' which FIRM RI'BEAC OF STATK ADOS •*,000 NFMBKK- WITHIN VEAR. all should While the yet must Assistant State Director Mnsser Ad llses Farmers to Pool Their Inter ests in Marketing Produce- Co-oper ation Has Already Meant Thousands of Hollars to Grain (»rowers ami Ranchmen. phases HOISE, Ida., June 6.- Farm Bureau membership in Idaho ha « increased to about 15,000 already in 19f9, from the 10,000 membership of last year, says H. H. Musser, Assistant County Agent Leader, in a statement urging every farmer to be interested in the advance ment of his farm bureau, means bettter livestock, bettter farm crops, incidentally better marketing and improved living conditions." "Farm bureau organization," says Mr. Musser, "means unity and organ ized effort for the development of ag riculture and in turn wt!I bring organ ized as well as individual profitable returns. forested ple phase work farm in who sells "wh ich tion, "If organized effort through the farm , clfic bureau organization within the com- jt munities of the county will return to Kan the county a saving of *100,000 in rodent pests, it benefits every person; within the county, whether or not he | nel has been a member of the farm bu- 1 reau and had a part in it. Does not then every person within the county become a part of the farm bureau either directly or indirectly? Then is it not necessary!' fo(r every person within the county to become an act ive member of the farm bureau, which enables each individual as well as the county to secure greater returns? "The question today is not 'making two blades of grass grow where om grew before,' but making each blade of grass worth twice as much as be fore, thereby raising its value twice and reducing tfs cost of production one-half. Thus with the same effort the net profit must be increased to at least double. are of the the stock, tions, the the upon turn, a from will County Agent Organizer. "The county agent is not a spirit going among the farmers' and telling them how to do things, hut an ordin ary human being trying to help solve the farm problems in an organized way. "Your county agent is a direct rep resentative of your Agricultural Col lege and brings "the aid of that insti tution and of the Department of Ag riculture to the farmers. Through the form bureau organization you are able to make the best use of these institu tioiis, together with the knowledge ok j the best farmers, gained through ex j pertence, with all of which the county agent Bhould be familiar. . "The greatest problems of the farm er ate production and distribution. By this I do not mean that a farmer must I increase his production but he must | so systematize and plan his produc tion that there will not be a surplus or shortage of anw one product. He must then standardize his products so j as to increase the demand, thereby j facilitating to a great measure the ! distribution of such products. Farm products, standardized as to quality, wilt always demand permanency. - Power County Abstract Co. (Limited) '*•■ # ' Conveyancing Abstracts .V Farm Loans Fire , Hail and Life Insurance or. i 3 | Sj j fæj ' 1 J | I i | j Prompt and Efficient Service to All C ustomers No Unneccessary Delays Office Adjoining First National Bank I Jv ,» | j ■ Naturally, the demand 1 b increased. which tends to raise the market value. | "The farm bureau cannot correct all conditions in an instant. One thing should be accomplished at a time While the farm bureau has in its plan the building up and carrying on of all of agricultural development. yet each particular part of that plan must he worked out by those most in phases forested in it. Pool Example. Wool "The wool pool is a splendid exam ple of what can be accomplished , through a farm bureau organization, j However, pooling of wool is only one phase of the farm bureau program of work and should be developed by those interested in wool production farm bureau sees the need of pooling in order that each producer of small , quantities of wool may have the same i advantage of marketing as the man; who produces large quantities and ; sells in carload lots. From this need j the Wool Growers' Associa- ' The spripgs tion, which is organized for the spe , clfic purpo se of pooling wool, while jt yet ls a part 0 f the farm bureau or Kan j Z£i tion. other 8Uch organizations have j > in thp farm bureau and | nel K 1 part of the farm burea pragram are a of work, each having for its purpose the development of a specific part of the program, such as cowtesting, live stock, grazing, potato growers', beet growers' and seed growers' associa tions, etc. "The farm bureau plan, based upon of work. the county-wide program naturally tries to keep a balance in the development of these aforesaid special phases of the program. In dividuals within a community work upon their community program, de veloping each part of it and keeping a balance. The communities then in turn, within the county, work on a county-wide program, aiming to keep a balance thoughout the county of the development of the different lines of agriculture. "The farm bureau is yet in its in fancy and needs the support of every farmer, for there is undoubtedly a great deal of good that can be derived from the developing of an organized program of work, will extend not only throughout the county but throughout the state, as the tarmbureau is a national organiza Such a program tion." I | j j ! Idaho Reclamation Association ) Fill out this coupon and send to Major Fred R. Reed, or hand to your banker Idaho Reclamation Association, Major Fred R. Reed, Secretary 201 Valentine Building, Pocatello, Idaho. I want to boost Idaho reclamation. I enclose $1.00 to pay for membership in the Idaho Reclamation Association. Signed! ■ Address---— ( prominent writer AT CHAUTAUQUA william Rader Comes on Opening • Night. _ M.-Furliind, in a notable peter Clark mo uruu . wm , art j C le in Colliers, ranks Dr. illiam Rader, opening night ^ecturer^t Chau For twenty .f the foremost one ,f the country, was one tnuqitn. as speakers yours he K __ II f -■ ■ ■ -■ A I ♦ preachers of San Francisco, during which time he distinguished himself In the field of reform. He was closely Identified with Detective Burns, Fran cis J. Heney, Hiram Johnson, Rudolph Spreckles and Fremont Older in the prosecution of the "graft ring." Of late Dr. Rader has been on the edi torial staff of the Philadelphia Public Ledger. lecturer of national reputation. He is both a writer and a AMERICAN FALLS JUNE 14 to 19 incl.