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Professional and Business Directory


♦ C. F. SCHULTZ
Physician and 8urgeon
Office, Wones Bldg.
♦ American Full».
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L. W. COTANT
Auctioneer
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American Falls. Idaho


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MARTENS BROS.
Licensed Auctioneers
HatlNfactlnn Guaranteed
Phone 181-J-2
SAVE YOUR CASH RECEIPTS
AND RECEIVE YOUR ft
PER CENT DISCOUNT
Sparks Meat Co.
NOTICE OF NHKRIFF'H HALE ON
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE
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Idaho.
Clerk
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF POWElt.
The Second Investors' Mortgage Se
curity Company, Limited, plaintiff, vs.
Dark C. Carney et al, defendants.
State of Idaho, county of Power, sa
Under and hy virtue of an order of
sale and decree of foreclosure and sale
Issued out o t tho district court of the
fifth Judicial district of the stntn of
Idaho, In and for the county of Power,
•It the 9th day of May A. D, 1919. In
the above entitled action, wherein the
plaintiff, Hocoud lnveHtora' Mortgage
Security Company. Limited, obtained a
Judgment and decree of foreclosure up
on a certain promissory note dated
the 13th day of April A. D. 1915, and
executed and delivered hy Clark C.
Caruey et ux, and secured by tho mort
Cage mentioned In plalutlfrs com
plaint, and filed in the above entitled
action, which said Judgment and do
creo was recorded on tho 12th day of
May, In hook 59 of Judgments, al page
41, records of Power county, Idaho,
end by virtue of the order of sale as
Issued by the clerk of said court of
•aid county and state aa aforeatd,
I am commanded to sell all those
certain lota, parcels and pieces ot
land situate In the county of Power,
state of Idaho, bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wlt:
Southwest quarter of the northeast
quarter <SW)4 NEK). »"<1 'll«' w « ,Bt
half of the aouthoaat quarter (Wt*
BKML and the southeaet quarter of
the southwest quarter (SBii 8W14) of
•ectlon thirty-three (S3), township
eleven (11), south of range thirty-one
(111), eaat o « the Boise meridian In
Power county, Idaho,
together with all water and ditch
rights thereunto belonging or apper
taining, and also together with the
tenements, hereditaments, and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or In
anwlse appertaining.
Notice Is hereby given that on June
»0. A D„ 1919, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day. In front of
the building now used aa a court house
In Power county, Idaho, 1 will In obe
dience with the order of »ale, and de
cree of foreclosure; sell the above de
scribed property or eo much as may be
necessary to satisfy plaintiff's decree,
with Interest thereon and costs, to the
highest bidder for cash, lawful money
1 1 the United States of America.
Dated this 6th day ot June. A. D.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
DISSOLUTION
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J. F. Kosanke & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate
& Farm Loans, specialty
in irrigated land.
For information write
J. F. Kosanke
American Falls, Idaho
WE SPECIALIZE IN
Tea, Coffee, Spices,
Extracts and
Baldng Powder
Grand Union Store
NEXT TO P08T0FEICE
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Judicial District of tha State of Idaho,
in and for the County of rower.
In the Matter of the Dissolution of
(he Riversido { Mercantile Company,
Limited, a Corporation.
To all to Whom Thee« Preeente
Shall Come, Greeting;
Notice Is hereby given that on the
5th day of May, 1919, by an order of
the Court dated the 5th day of May,
1919 the Riverside Mercantile Com
pany, Limited, a corporation, organis
ed and existing under and by virtue ot
the laws of the State of Idaho, fllod
Its application for dissolution in ac
cordance with tho provisions of Chap
ter 326, Compiled Laws of the State of
Idaho.
To you, and all of you, further In
formed, that by order thereof, the
Clerk of said Court was directed to
give thirty days notice of said appli
cation, and In compliance thereof this
notice Is lssuod.
WITNESS, the Honorable Robert M
Terrell, Junior Judge of the said Fifth
Judicial District in and for the County
of Power, Stale of Idaho, this 5th day
of May, 1919.
Attest my hand and the seal of the
sutd Court the day and year last ahpve
written.
(SEAL)
a
C. LEE FRENCH,
Clerk.
By JESSIE E. TORRANCE.
Deputy
O. R. BAUM A W. C. LOOFBOURROW,
Attorneys for Applicant,
Residing at American Falla, Idaho.
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NOTICE OF SALK,
Notice Is hereby given, that 1,
George Horst, doing builness under
the firm name and atyle of Power City
Garage, will sell at public auction, to
the highest responsible bidder, for
cash, lawful money of the United
States ot America, on ths 16th day of
June. 1919 at the hour of ten o'clock
A. M. of seid day at my place of busl
neas. commonly known as the Power
City Garage, In American Falls, Idaho,
the following described property, to
wlt; One Grant Automobile. Remy
ignition. Model T. Car No. 6219. for
the purpose of realising a repair and
storage bill of $265.55, costa of sale
and attorney's foes, now due on said
car.
Dated and first published May 33rd,
1919
GEORGE HORST,
by O. R. BAUM and
W. C. LOOFBOURROW.
! His Attorneys, residing at American
Falls, Idaho.
Has anyone eloped, died, been, bora,
moved, arrived, departed, sold out,
built a barn, bought an automobile,
broken a 'eg or gone fishing? That'»
NEWS. Phone or write It to the
PRESS.
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THEATER COLUMN.
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Irene Theater.
Theatergoers everywhere will wel
come the return of Blanche Sweet to
the screen In the big Harry Garson
photoplay, "The Unpardonable Sin,"
which is the attraction at the Irene
for a one night engagement Thurs
fit.
to
the
day, June 26, Miss Sweet had won a
host of admirers—and these admir
ers have missed her for the past year
or more, "Where has she been?" and
"What has she been doing?" will be
questions asked in thousands of
homes where her new picture will be
discussed. There isn't so much to
say about where she has been and
what she has been doing—Miss Sweet
in her earlier work before the camera
had taken a rather heavy toll of her
nervous energy and when .the lime
came that she found It possible to
take a long and comfortable rest she
welcomed the opportunity to establish
herself In one of the real show places
of lower California and live the quiet,
peaceful life which she had been ad-
vised would return her to active ser-
better and more effective as a
screen star than she had ever beep.
There is, however, something more—
and more interesting—to say as to the
manner in which Miss Sweet was in
duced to come.
The reading public will identify the
picture as a screen adaptation from
the tlcular picture, "The Unpardon
able Sin." Those who have read the
book will also recall that the prlnd
pal character In the story, Dlmny
Parcot, is a young American girl who
finds herself alone in he rfather's
wondorfGl homo In aClifornla when
of
be
of
tho action begins; Dumny's father Is |
an explorer, who has been absent on
a trip to the Arctic regions for some
time, and her mother has hurried to
Europe to find Dlmny's sister, who
had been placed at school in a con
vent in Belgium.
Major Rupert Hughes, who wrote
"The Unpardonable Sin," did not see
the photoplay ver slon of the story
until some weeks after It had been
completed. When he and Mrs.
Hughes were finally afforded the op
portunity of witnessing the big pic
ture, Mr. Hughes did what few auth
ors of his calibre ever do In tho case
of a photoplay ver sion—Jie gave it
an absolutely clean hill of health,
saying that It filled him with pride
to have such a wonderful screen pro
duction based upon a story of his.
Auditorium.
Auditorium.
Edith Storey, the talented emotion
al actress, Is seen In one of her most
remarkable pictures in "As the Sun
Went Down," a Metro offering of in
tenso human interest. This picture,
which will be shown at the Auditor
ium theater on Saturday, depicts tho
rough life in a mining camp in the
days of '49, and is cleverly and dra
matically handled by Director IJ. Ma
son Hopper.
The story was taken from the play
of that name wrltteu by George D.
Baker, who directed
"Revelation" and "Toya of Fate." Mr.
Baker also wrote the scenario and
adapted the play for the screen.
"Colonel Billy," a woman of the
dances hallB, Is played by Edith Stor
ey who, It could almost be said, makes
a specialty In the roles of primitive
womanhood, depicting Chepr ungov
erned passions and lmpuUive, undis
ciplined natures with an accuracy
which shows how doeply she has gone
into the study of human nature.
This woman, living among men as
ungoverned as herself, and who is
scorned by the «more conventional
women of the community, is known
as a "two-gun" woman, and her
quickness and accuracy with her six
shooter gains her the grudging re
spect and liking of tho men. This is
not shared by the women however,
who invariably turn aside and pass
her by. She has grown accustomed
to this and is utterly Indifferent to it.
Her associates are such men as Pizen
Ike, Piety Pete, Faro Bill and Gin
Mill Jack. •
The transition from evil to good Is
cleverly shown by this past-mistress
In the art of acting, while all the
other characters of the picture aro
eq unlly convincing in their realuoss
—all enacted by players
tion.
Nazimova in
dlstlnc
Tonight, "Million Dollar Dollies."
This lavish, exquisite production
dramatizes the personality or the Dol
ly sisters, Koszlka and Yancst, whose
beauty, grace and unrivalled talents
have captured the adm lration of
Broadway and the world. Against a
background of Oriental splendor and
regal magnificence has been woven a
romantic fantasy to display these
great artists at their best. The story,
a swiftly moving tale of adventure and
action, tn whic htho famous slaters
do some of the most brilliant work of
their careers, combines the magic of
the Arabian Nights with the spirit
and romance of present-day New
York. And there is a love affair
apiece for Roaxika and Yancsl. Thru
out the five dazzling acts of "The Mil
lion Dollar Dollies" they move attrac
tively- -skating, dancing, swimming,
acting in costumes each more won
derful and beautiful than the last,
with an Indian palace as a fitting
background. An old-world mystery
tn a modern setting Is "The Million
Dollar Dollies" brimming with plen
ty of suspense, love sud action.
Sunday—||Three Mounted Men."
Cheyenne Harry crouches Into the
slime of a solitary cell while Buck
Masters, another convict. Is granted
unusual liberties for his services In
Juggling prison accounts for the gain
of the warden's son. Masters is even
tually pardonrd. while Cheyenue Har
ry continually gets the worse of pri
son discipline. Masters hounds the
warden's son for hush money. With
a pardon In hts pocket as pay. Chey
enne Harry starts out to catch Mas
ters and return him to prison.
How he accomplishes his mission;
yet how he fails ami then again how
he wins the gift of love Is better seen
than read In "Three Mounted Men,"
the thrilling Universal photodrama
starring Harry Carey, ace of western
actors.
the
LUMP-8UM APPROPRIATIONS
FROWNED ON BY CONGRESS
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Washington, June 20.—House lead
ers are getting more and more impa
tient with the practice of making huge
and indefinite lump-sum appropria
tions for departments, heaving the
head of the department to expend the
money in almost any direction he sees
to
fit.
This practice, which as everyone
knows has prevailed in recent years
to an astonishing extent, will be
checked If leaders In the new con
gress most intimately concerned with
the making of appropriations have
their way. Chairman Good of the
house appropriations committee, for
instance, has already declared war on j
such lump-sum allowances.
Representative Moore of Pennsyl- J
vania, pointing to great lump-riun
appropriations of billions made in the J
a
be
of
be
to
her
to
she
ad-
ser-
a
the
in
the
the
who
SHIPPING LAW WILL PREVENT I
SPRF AD DISEASE IN CATTLE
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last congress, criticised them and
said they would be investigated.
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Beginning July 1, 1919. the shipment
of cattle interstate without having
them properly tuberculin tested will
be prohibited—with a few exceptions
—by a regulation issued by the secre
tary of agriculture. The inforcement
of this new regulation will, it is be
lieved. be of great assistance In pre
venting the further spread of tuber
culosis among live stock, and having
the work practically under state and
federal supervision at all times will
serve to bring about uniformity.
The department of agriculture,
through its bureau of animal indus
try, Is now actively cooperating with
the state live stock sanitary offi
cials and cattle owners of 42 states in
the eradication of tuberculosis from
Is | |j ve stock,
on
some
to
who
con
wrote
see
story
been
Recent legislation in several of the
states has made it possible to proceed
with the work where heretofore It
has been impossible to do so.
eral funds available for the work are
Insufficient to meet present demands,
and now that the cattle owners are
finding the work to be of such advan
tage and importance the demands
will increase rapidly.
Most actlfities are In the "accredit
ed-herd" work with the owners and
breeders of purebred herds of cattle
who wish to free their herds from tu
befculosls aind have them placed on
the list as "accredited."
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GO TO FOREIGN MARKETS
IS POLICY OF FORI) COMPANY
Brimming full of that confidence
which brings success, and that active
energy which (creates success, Hhe
Ford Motor company Is establishing
assembling plants in Copenhagen,
Denmark and in Cadiz, Spain.
The Ford Motor company believes
the war is over, that a new dispensa
tion has been established, and that
most
Sun
in
tho
the
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A MISTAKE THAT PAID
PRESS CATCHES
DEVIL EOR ERROR
IN MERCHANTS AD
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Printing Ink
Judiciciously Used
Is As Necessary to
Business
As A Carburetor
SKAGGS CASH GROCERY HAS RUN
ON SUGAR WHEN MISTAKE IS
MADE IN PAPER—IT PATS TO
ADVERTISE IN THE PRESS WHEN
YOU HAVfc SOMETHING TO AD
VERTISE.
Last Friday morning Sam Kramlich,
manager of Skaggs Gash Grocery,
picked up the last issue of the Amer
ican Falls Preqp and turned to his
little three-inch ad at the bottom of
column 6, page 8 and read as fol
lows:
"Just received a carload of cane su
gar which we can sell at the low prioe
of $10 per 100 pounds."
It was all wrong for the price quot
ed should have been $10.60 per 100
pounds.*
Mr. Kramlich went to the phone and
called for 32 and requested the oper
ator to "Make it snappy."
Manager Catches "DevIL"
The manager of the Press Publish
ing Company, Ltd., wafe unfortunate
enough to be nearest the phone when
it rang and what Mr. Kramlich said
to him wouldn't look the (best in
print. The short of it is that he got
the very devil. But after the mana
ger explained that the ad man was
responsible and that If It wasn't the
ad man. the make-up man was to
blame, Mr. Kramlich kindly consent
ed to let the Press send him a letter
of explanation that he oould show
his customers.
Is To An
Automobile
The Steady Pull
Of Newspaper Advertising
Carefully Written
And Prepared Will Sooner
Or Later Pull
Meant »200.
"That little would have cost i* $200
If we had been unabel to ex plain the
mistake to our customers," said Mr.
Kramlich. "Of course they thought
at first that we were advertising fal
sely to get the mtnto our store. But
the letter explained matters satis
factorily and we were able to fill or
ders at the intended price of $10.60
for 100 pounds which in itself waa an
unusually low price."
Mr. Kramlich advertteed a real val
ue in the PRESS and got RESULTS.
We are sorry for the additional
take, but glad for the additional
proof that, when you've got tha goods
and the values. IT PAYS TO ADVER
TISE
THANK YOU.
You Customers.
That's What We Call
The Judicious Use of
PRINTERS INK.
Co., Ltd.
Press Publishing
Publishers of American Falls Press
the sooner American manufacturers
can align themselves to the new con
ditions and reach out to meet the
great demands of the world, why. the
quicker the havoc wrought by the
war will have been effaced. The
quicker we can get international
business at work, the sooner will the
horrors of the great war disappear
and the earlier we can reach out our
hand of trade to help, the earlier
will be the disappearance of hate and
mity between people.
The Ford Motor company believes if j
want the foreign market, go to j
you
it. Don't wait for it to come to you.
Take what you have to sell to the
market, and there show its advantages
to the people who visit that market
and to the people who buy in that
market. If you wiBh foreign trade,
become an active, living part in the
re d blood of t'nat trade. The whole
world is a market today for-Ameri
enter prise, and who realize this
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Miss Kathileen Peterson arrived
home from Salt Lake City last week
where she has been attending school
and will spend her vacation at her
home in Roy.
Ralph Scott left for Twin Falls
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Brown are at
Logan, Utah, getting medical atten
tion for their little son. We are glad
to hear that he is getting alon nice
can
truth and make honest efforts to get
that trade, will have it
Peterson
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says "alie Good Judge—
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"And remember it, too.
The better the quality of your
chew, the more you'll enjoy it.
<9,
You'll get more out of your to
bacco money, too—you'll save
part of it for something else.
A small chew of this quality
tobacco tastes good — and it
lasts and lasts.
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THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
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put up in two styles
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
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Mrs. I. Bridgman was an American
Falls visitor Saturday. Sue also vis
ited with her daughter, Mrs. John
Hochbaum for a couple of days.
Ralph Newman is busy this week
building a garage for E. J. Peterson.
Robert Newman and family left last
week for their old home at Milton,
j here. They will visit here a
j days then move to their new home f
north of American Falls.
Ernest Tuttle left for Twin Falls
Wednesday.
Otto Rieman and Henry Rleraan mo
tored to Brigham City Sunday for
fruit
Jim Young, the Roy hardware mer
American Falls visi
Oregon.
Mrs. E. D. Coleson and daughter
arrived from Harrington, Wash., a
few days ago where they have been
visiting relatives since they sold out
few
chant, was an
tor Tuesday.
Mrs. Dell Colson and Helen Colson
left for Dayton, Wash., last week to
spend the summer. Mrs. Colson's
health was very poor in this dry and
high climate. This is the second time
she has had to leave on account of
her health.
Miss Blanche Cooper expects to
leave for normal school soon to take
a course in training,
Mrs. Frank Lee and daughter, Miss
Lora Lee and son, Leo, arrived from
Colfax to spend the summer on their
ranch here. The young folks have
been attending school at Colfax the
past year.
! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson of
Rockland spent Sunday at the E. J.

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