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0. S. L. TIME CARD.
Westbound, Ar.
No. 83....7:25 a. m.
No. 19 .12:10 p. m.
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No. 17..6:25 p. m.
Kastbound, Ar.
No. 6....2:15 a. m.
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Local Briefs
C. Lee French went to Albion Mon
day on business.
Mrs. Alice Michael son and small
daughter and son arrived from Odes
sa, Wash.. Monday morning to visit
her sister, Mrs. O. E. Davis.
Albert Weeks, rancher from Rex
burg, was in American Falls
Thursday.
last
Mrs. Jay Gibson, wife of Jay Gib
son, state bank examiner, left Mon
day morning for Malad to visit her
parents. Mrs. Gibson bad been
spending a few days with friends in
American Falls.
New shipment of bicycles just re
ceived at the C. W. & M. Come in
boys and look them over.— Adv. 2L
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F. L. Roy and A. Phillips of Roy
were registered at the West hotel last
Friday.
Mrs. Sarah Apgood and family from
Malad àre viBiting with Miss Cora
Dudley, Mrs. Apgood's sister.
Maurice M. Myers went to Burley
Monday on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Baird and fami
ly arrived Saturday night from Sla
ten, Texas, to spend a week's vaca
tion with S. L. Baird, his
They intend to make a fishing aiqi
outing trip during the week.
brother.
Wanted—Four or five room furn
ished, modern house, to rent, by July
M. Lee Carman. Press office.
1st.
Wm. Southwell is home for the
summer vacation from Leland Stan
ford university, where he is studying
pre-law.
J. J. Rouse, cashier of the Fidelity
National Bank of Spokane, stopped
in American Falls Saturday on his
way home from the Idaho Bankers'
convention at Burley and the Rotar
ian's convention at Salt Lake.
Has anyone eloped, died, been born,
out,
automobile.
moved, arrived, departed, sold
built a barn, bought an
broken a leg or gone fishing? That's
NEWS. Phone or write it to the
PRESS.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Squires and
Miss Edith Miller of Pocatello were
the guests of Tom Sparks Sunday.
Paul Bulfinch came into American
Falls from Burley last Sunday.
Miss Helen Zaring came down from
Rexburg this week for a short visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Zaring.
Wanted to Rent—Four or five room
modern furnished house. M. Lee Car
man, Press office.
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Phoenix Silk Hose is known as a quality line, giving satisfaction
and costing no more than many lines of inferior quality.
Priced at.
Black, white and colors.
CHILDREN'S GOOD QUALITY COTTON HOSE
Black, white, Jbrown, sizes 6 to 9Vj>, pair.
LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE
A good 2»5c value, sale price, pair.....
FIBRE SILK HOSE
Black or white, all sizes, regular 85c and $1.25 values, sale price,
69c and 89c
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$1.25 to $2.10
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O. R. Baum, attorney, left for Bur
ley Monday to attend the session of
the district court
M. A. Fugate of Aberdeen was reg
istered at the Remington last Satur
day.
Chris Shrenk signed a contract
Monday with the Brick Garage for a
new Ford.
Has anyone eloped, died, been born,
moved, arrived, departed, sold out.
built a barn, bought an automobile,
broken a leg or gone fishing? That's
NEWS. Phone or write it to the
PRESS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Towsley came
over Sunday from Pocatello to visit
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jacobs. Mr.
Towsley is first trick dispatcher of
the Idaho division of the Oregon
Short Line.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bradbury of
Rigby were In American Falls last
Sunday.
J. R. Quince and family and Harry
Nott and family, all from Rockland,
picuiced in the grove below the falls
Sunday.
Glenn Saunders, son of H. B. Saun
ders of Rockland, returned Sunday
from discharge camp, after having
spent thirteen months overseas. ,
Farmers who have Blewett machin
ery should Inspect it for the need of
extras and order them of the Leader
Hardware company.—Adv.
M. L. Adolf is building a new barn,
38x72.
John Tiede is the owner of a new
Ford.
Mrs. Fred Colfelt is visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Rast.
J. F. Kosanke and party left Wed
nesday afternoon for Yellowstone
National park.
Cane sugar $10.60 per sack at
Skaggs Cash Grocery.—Adv.
Has anyone eloped, died, been born,
moved, arrived, departed, sold out,
built a barn, bought an automobile,
broken a leg or gone fishing? That's
NEWS. Phone or write It to the
PRESS.
List your property with Sscmidt
Real Estate company, American Falls.
—Adv. It.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and
John T. Coleman made a quick mo
tor trip to Pocatello Wednesday
morning.
Registrants this week at the Baugh
hotel include: E. G. Roller and J.
Wallace, Pocatello; F. A. Wishart and
wife, E. M. Reed and S. Geo. Davis,
Idaho Falls; C. H. Horneman, Burley;
J. Wagner, Rupert, and Henry Zahl,
Rockland.
Charles Allen and family left Wed
nesday on a motor trip through Yel
lowstone park. They expect to fin
ish by visiting relatives in Jackson's
Hole. Wyoming.
Lemons 40c a dozen at Skaggs Cash
Grocery.—Adv.
Miss Cecelia Winter and brother,
Jean, went to Kimama Tuesday on
business.
Mrs. W. P. Murdock, mother of Dr.
S. S. Murdock, left for Redlands. Cal
ifornia Monday night where her moth
er, Mrs. Hand is very ill.
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Ed Kilgore is back at work on the
Arbon road after an illness of sev
eral days.
Mrs. R. B. Greenwood arrived
Thursday morning from California
where she has been recuperating for
several weeks after strenuous work
for the Red Cross and war activities.
M. D. Lynn has accepted a position
with the Merchants Protective asso
ciation of Pocatello.
Atlas Crowder was in town Tues
day on business. He reports his
grain suffering from the drouth.
Mrs. A. H. Barton and children left
Wednesday morning for Salt Lake
where they will visit with Mrs. Bar
ton's parents and relatives.
Attorney O. R. Baum spent
greater part of the week In Idaho
Falls and Arco on legal business.
Dance at Cedar Creek school house
Saturday, June 28. Supper at mid
night. Good time assurred all.
W. L. Newton, manager of the Gol
den Rule Mercantile company asked
us to run the same ad he had last
week. He says that it is full of bar
gains, and that he is so busy selling
merchandise that he hasn't time this
week to write an ad. Pays to adver
tise, what?
Don't fail to read the Golden Rule
ad.—Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howard, par-j
ents of Fred Howard, who was re
cently posthumously awarded the
Croix de Guerre, left Thursday for
their home in Garfield. Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davis, John
Hood, J. C. Osgood and C. A. Mariant
of Pocatello were among the guests
at the Remington Tuesday.
Visitors from Rockland at the West
hotel last week-end werq Earl Kilden,
Lee Thom and Carlyle Wood. Earl
Prindle, Shoshone and Fred S. Hale,
Twin Falls were registered on Mon
day.
Miss Martha Greuneich left Sunday
night for a two weok's vacation with
her mother In Nampa.
NURSE HARD TO GET.
Bruce Lampson, county agricultur
al agent, who is charged with secur
ing a county nurse, as authorized by
the county eomm'ssioner», says that
is Laving difficult at. Three
nurses had already been secured and
dates set for them to come, when
raises kept them at honi~.
Mr. lampson says that Mrs. Ben
nett, state leader of coi'ntv nurses,
lias others in view and expects to
1 tocure one for Power county very
shortly.
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KIRK THREATENS ALLEN HOWS j
QUICK ACTION SAVES CLOTHES (
Jude H. Allen's House I* Seene of
Blme Which Start» in the Bath
room Saturday Niirht
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Fire, which started from
known cause in the home of Jude W.
Allen at 9:10 p. m. Saturday, burned
one of the daughter's hands badly
and consumed about $15 worth ~bf
clothes.
Just about dusk tile family
startled by the smell of smoke, and
opening the bathroom, found that a
pile of clothes on top of a trunk had
taken fire and the flames had started
up the wall.
and then the family tried to put the
fire out.
The bathroom window was smash
ed in. but the water
not strong enough and one of the girls
had to go into the burning room and
pull the garden hose through the wtn
| dow. She succeeded in putting the
blare out before the fire department
arrived, but only after her hands had
been badly scortched.
The loss on the household 1 goods,
amounting prohahly $15 was not cov
ered by insurance. The room
burnt considerably, the flames having
reached to the celling.
some un
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pressure was
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SPANIARD RELEASED ON
BAIL.
Frank Saroatia. a Spanish sheep- J
herder, who was arrested June 19
a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon, filed by C. W. Weiderman, a
farmer from Arbon. was released on
$100 bond. His trial has been con
tinued to July 7.
The charge has been changed to one
of light assup.lt, the Spaniard having
drawn a revolver on the Arbon far
mer with malicious intent.
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The case
will be tried before Justice of Peace
Travis.
MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED.
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The county clerk's office issued
three marriage licenses this week:
To Wilfred Anderson and Matilda
Witt, both of Central, Idaho; to Ru
dolph Primbs, Pocatello, and There a
Kluok, American Falls, and to George
W. Rhoads, Payette, and Bernice M.
Bacon, Aberdeen.
FREI» RADKE HOME AGAIN.
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rish.
Fred Radke returned to his home
at Pleasant Valley last Friday after
participating in 10 months'
fighting overseas.
actual
His return was a
great surprise to Mrs. Rndlke,\ |his
mother, who did not expect him so
soon. A dinner In his honor was giv
en Sunday at the Radke home by Mrs.
Radke.
man.
Invited guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Burgomelster, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Adolf, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Radke
and Ernest Eymaun. Fred was the
last of the Pleasant Valley hoys to
return from the service.
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SIT ART BROS. WIN CASE.
In the case of Stuart Bros. vs. John
Bldondo In probate court Monday ov
er trespassing of some sheep owned
by the defendant, the plaintiffs were
awarded $250 damages by the Jury.
The defendant has appealed the case.
Stuart Bros, sued for $400 damages
resulting from trespassing of some
sheep belonging to John Bldondo on
thdr ranch. C. T. Cotant was attor
ney for the plaintiff and C. M. Booth,
attorney for the defense. Judge R.
O. Jones tried the case.
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WILSON'S FATHER HERE.
j W, O. Wilson of The Dalles, Ore.,
visited his son, C. Y. Wilson, from
I Sunday to Tuesday of this week, leav
!|ing Tuesday night for Nebraska.
Mr. Wilson and his father went
I down on the branch line to Buhl and
Twin Falls Monday where Mr. Wil
j i- on wanted to show the developments
j in the new country. He reports that
j the crops are looking finer than ever
I down through that valley.
KERIt GOING TO SODA.
Walter Kerr, who for several years
has been manager of the Gem State
Lumber company's lumber yard in
American Falls expects to leave the
first of July for Soda Springs where
he will open an office for iohn B.
Moore & Company, In real estate and
loans. Mr. Kerr will be succeeded
by Mr. Austin of McCammon.
Kerr and the children are expected
to remain In American Falls until
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SMITH OK RUPERT HERE.
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Austin B. Smith of Rupert was in
town Tuesday after the rifles of Com
pany "A" I. N. O. He took them to
Rurpert for the Fourth of July cele
bration there In honor of the return
ed soldiers. Mr. Smith was 'lower
there" and was announced in tt»e
ocmmunlque» as missing In action for
six months. However, he was always
in the front Bn** and was finally
counted for when taken to the rear
gassed.
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Has anyone eloped, died, been born.
out,
automobile.
moved, arrived, departed, sold
built a barn, bought an
broken a leg or gone fishing? That's
NEWS. Phone or write It. to the
PRESS.
NOTICE.
Saturday, July 5th is the last day
for the payment of the second tnstal
ment of the 1918 taxes. If the taxes
are not paid on or before tais date,
drlinquency certificates will be Is
sued ar.inst the property.
MICKIE SAYS
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\NNOUNCE MARRIAGE.
Mr. and Mrs. John Schatz have an
nounced that the marriage of their
daughter, Alvina, to Mr. Touts Albert
Boyles of Oacotnn, South Dakota, will
take place on Tuesday. July 1st. The
roupie will he at home July 15 at
Oaenma. South Dakota.
MKS. NEILSON IMPROVING.
Mrs. N. P. Nellson, who fell over a
tree two wcoks ago and broke her
leg Just above the ankle, Is reported as
rapidly Improving. She is In the hos
pital at Pocatello, where sho was tak
en immediately after the accident and
had the leg re-set.
NEW l*AY S1IKLK HOOKS
AT THE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Shavings Josephine TAncoln.
The Tin Soldier-Temple Bailey.
Land Girl's Love Story—Berta Ruck
An American Family »Henry Klt
ehel Webster.
Wolves of the Sea Randall Par
rish.
Victorious—Reginald Wright Kauff
man.
Tam O' the Scouts -Edgar Wallis.
Flexible Ferdinand—Julie M. Llpp
mann.
POSTMASTER EXAMINATION.
At the request of the postmastM
general the United States civil Bar
vice commission has announced an
examination to be held at American
Falls, Idaho, on July 18, 1919 for the
position of postmaster at Gooding.
This office has an annual compensa
tion of $2000.
To be eligible for this examination
an applicant must be a citizen of the
United States, must actually reside
within the delivery of the office and
have so resided at the time the proa
ent vacancy occurred.
Applicants must have reached their
twenty-first but not their sixty-fifth
birthday on the date of the examina
tion.
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Application form 2241 and full In
formation concerning the require
ments of the examination may be se
cured from the postmaster at Che
place of vacancy or from the civil ser
vice commission, Washington, 1). C.
Applications should he properly exe
cuted and filed with the commission
at Washington, I). C., in time to ar
range tor the examination or the ap
plicant
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styles of Men's Shoe« at greatly reduced
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$9.00 values
$8.00 values
$7.50 values
$7.00 values
$6.00 values
$3.50 values
$7 AS
$ 6.85
$ 5.85
$ 5.65
$ 5.15
$ 4.00
$ 2.50
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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR SALE OR TRADE--McCormick
harvester. Also have a thresher
for sale or trade—nine foot cut.
nearly new. K. C. Wlebe, Aber
deen, Idaho.
6-27 kt*
LOAD OF HAY WANTED -At Rem
6-20 tf
tngton Hotel.
FOUND—Gold rimmed spectacles op
posite the American Falls library.
6-20 tf
Inquire Press office.
FOR SALE 4-room houee, Riverside
addition.—See Wm. Novotny. 6-6t4
FOR SALE—Fresh cow and heifer
calf. O. M. Hall, phone 177-J4
6-13 3t*
PRIVATE MONEY to loan on good
Improved irrigated land.—Frank
Peacock, American Falls. Idaho,
Box 176.
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GOOD AUTO FOR HIRE—Take yo*
anywhere, any fime. Phone 169.—
White House Barber Shop, Ameri
can Falls.
5-tStf
140 ACRES -land for sale, partly Im
proved, 2 Mi miles from America»
Falls. M M. Newman, 914 leaven
worth St.. Manhattan, Kan. 1-21-tf
IMPORTED SHIRE STALLION for
sals. Weight about 1900. Can b*
seen at Winona 8tock Ranch. 1-tltf
FOR SALE—Extra good team, 7 and
8 years old, work any place, 2,260
pounds. $250; time with good se
curity. Also 1914 • Ford.— C. T.
Kampf.
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STRAYED— From •sheep camp, one
grey horse, weight 1600, brand
double (T). AIbo one bay horse,
weight 1500. Iirund unknown. $20
reward will bn paid for their return
to Hraham Itarn Old Kink stand.
American Fulls, Idaho
6-13 3t*
LOST One black horse, star in fore
head; right hoof cut; weight 1200
pounds; touched mane; branded 4
quarter circles on right shoulder.
Reward. Low Head, Rockland. 6-6tf
Wo bought Bradshaw's Sum
mer Hats aiul have u few left
at bargain prices, host quali
ty. Also ladies' white
from 60c up. Our second hand
department has been lately re
plenished and we are prepared
to buy and sell everything
Kohihepp New & Second Hand Store
One and One-half Blocks South
of Depot, American Falls
waists
Something Told Him.
During the most vicious days of
the fighting in the Argonne last Oe
tober u negro soldier was seen to have
turned white, while be shook like aa
Mispen leaf. He confided to his lieu
tenant:
''It's de tawkln' shells what glta
me,'' he said.
"Nonsense," said the lieutenant,
"shells don't talk."
"Don't you talk that away to me."
the negro replied. "I kin hear 'tun
plain as day. Four o' desn ole O. I.
cans Jes' whizzed by an' I heerd 'am
say, 'Nlggah, you ain't going back to
Ala-BAM!" -Ex.
Didn't Discount the Rumor.
"I hear that Jinks Ih going in for
settlement work."
" "Yos, ho compromised his debts for
fifty oents on the dollar.''- Cartoon*
Magazine.
And Besides, Maybe He Isn't
Bella: Aren't you worried heraus») ,
you don't know where your husband
goes, when he Is out lute ut night?
Donna: Npt nearly so much as I
would be If I knew Cartoons Mag
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