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County News By Correspondents From ROCKLAND ROY UNDING ARBON PROSPERITY DIST. NO. 18 ln ROY AND VICINITY. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chalmers of Amer lean and Earl Cooper spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peter son. Mrs. Maude Lowery of Rockland motored to Roy Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Cowman and took (n the services at the Roy church. Mrs. Mack Bowler and Infant son arrived last week from Mountain Grove, Missouri, where Mrs. Bowler has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Evans for several months. S. E. Blngainan and Ed. Bllllngsly ■were American Falls visitors the last of the week. Mrs. I. Bridgman who has been on the sick list Is able to he about again. Miss Ruth Agnew adn Miss Cerllla Saylor spent Sunday at. the home of Mr .and Mra. 8. E. Blngaman. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Richards visited •with Mr. aud Mrs. Jasper O'Harra Sunday. M. W. Cook and J. L. Cook passed through Roy on their way to Holbrook Tuesday. Mr. Shields who has been visit ing his daughter Mrs. Burl Byerley returned to his home a* Milton, Ore gon last week. Mrs. Shields expects to stay a while longer. K. V. 8hurtleff of Lava Hot Springs tias been visiting his brother E. J. Pe terson for a few days. The farmers have finished seeding and are now busy on their summer (allowing. Seeding has been finished «arller than It has been for years. JHJverythlng Is looking fine with lots of moisture In the ground. Miss Stella Miller came In from Po catello and expects to be home thru the busy season. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kildew of Rock land were Roy visitors Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Clark visited her daught er Mr*. Jack Cook at Rockland sever al days last weok. K. J. Peterson attended the Elk's lodge at Pocatello Friday. The Roy boys expect to play a game of ball with the Meadow Brook boys Sunday. John Robinson and son Robert Roh tuiHon of Rockland passed through Roy on their way to the ranch at the head of the valley where they will do some spring work. E. H. Ellis went to the Falls for a track load of lumber for his now home on the Arthur Cooper homestead which he expects to build. • A bunch of sheep shearers have In and expect to begin shoarlng at the Holloway corrals soon. 26,000 ■will be sheared there and 6000 at the Bull canyon corrals. R. Hoffman took a truck load of hack a load of grelght for Young Bros. come ARBON NOTES. u The valley has had some good rain nearly every day tho past week, which Is a great help ofr growing grain and ■pasture. Mrs. John Bowen went to Brigham City, Utah last week to see a brother health. * t Tire Mileage at the Lowest Cost in History GRAY TUBES Old Prices New Prices NON-SKID CORD Old Prices New Prices RIDDED CORD Old Prie«« New Prices RED-TOl* Old Prices New Prices NON-SKID Old Prices New Prices SIZE und TYPE $2.15 $2.75 $17.00 22.00 26.00 A4.40 $12.85 15.00 21.00 26.00 89.36 47.05 $21.05 27.75 31.60 42.00 $17.55 20.SO 26.80 84.96 49.86 61.15 30 x 3 Clincher 30 x 34 Clincher 32 x 34 S. S. 32 x 4 S. S. 34 x 44 S.S. 35 x 5 S. S. 3.25 2.55 $34.25 41.16 52.30 62.06 77.35 $32.60 89.20 40.80 59.10 73.65 $25.00 32*99 41.85 49.65 61.90 $27.50 36.40 46.30 54.90 68.45 3.60 2.90 4.55 3.55 6.00 4.75 5.85 7.25 Otkfr tint rtdmctd in proptrtfn Pim I war ;ax. These Prices Apply to Our Regular and Complete Line Price unsupported by value never is an advantage to any but the man who sells to make a quick "clean-up" and quit. A reputable, unexcelled mileage tire made by a company that can and will deliver ail and more than you pay for is the only one you can afford to buy. Sold only by Dealers A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product a had 8unday on business pretatinlng to the There will be a Ward Stake Confer ence at the L. D. S. Arbon meeting house Sunday the 29th. Visiting His sionarys will be present. Mrs. J. E. Keeler returned to Poca tello Sunday after spending a few days on te farm. Mrs. Chauncey Payne returned home Sunday, from Malad, where she was called by the death of her brother-in law. Wm. Allard went to American Falls Wheat Orowers Association. Joe Swenson was a business visitor ln Malad last Thursady. Sheriff George Hanson of American Falls was a visitor In Arbon last Sat of hls did to urday. Mrs. Cecil Davis returned to her home in Salt Lake City, last week, after visiting the past three weeks at the home of her mother Mrs. Jerry Baken. Jack McCool is stepping high these days. The reason is that he is the proud father of a fine girl, born to Mrs. McCool at American Falls last Tuesday. Mr. McCool went to Ameri can Falls Sunday to see his little daughter. The shareholders of the water In Knox canyon sompleted work on the ditch last week, and are now Irrigating their alfalfa fields. There Is more water than the ditch will hold this season much o fit going to waste. Wm. Allrad, one of the directors from Power County of the Wheat Orowers Association, B. D. Lindley and J. E. Keeler attended the meeting In Pocatello Monday of the Wheat Orow ers conference. Mrs. Thomas Toin went to Pocatello Thursday to meet her sister who was enroute from Utah to Washington. Mrs. Toln's nephew accompanied her home. Representatives of the Oldsmobllc Auto Co., of Pocatello, were In Arbon and Pauline Sunday. Mrs. John Lusk of Malad spent a few days visiting her children here last week. a PROSPERITY NOTES. Wendelin Miller, Jr. Is staying with his brothors Dave and Gottfried. He came from Little Creek last Saturday. Mr. and Mth. Christ Kuck and Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Vollmer from Fairvlew spent the afternoon of last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huva. The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schatz, Sr. at Pleusant Valley was the of merriment on Friday even Boone lng when their neighbors gathered to help thero celebrate the event of Mr. There were John'M present which does not Schatz 63rd birthday. seven happen very often, the John's are as Mr. and Mrs. John Dock 1er, follows: Mr .and Mrs. John Deeg, Mr. and Mrs. John Henne, Mr. and Mrs. John Tlte, John Scheonbeck, Mr. and Mtb. John Deeg, 8r„ Mr. and Mrs. Matt Henne and Duvo Grlshkofsky. Miss Annette Roth spent u few duys with friends and relatives last week and this week ato American Falls. The ball game at Ills' place between Pleasant Valley and Proseperlty was 30 to 7 In favor of Pleasant Valley, The following were the players: For Pleasant Valley—John Martens, Emanuel Radke, Fred Radke, Fred Oohl, Bill Schatz, Fred Deeg, Emanuel Deeg, August Stelnblclit, L. K. Adolf. For Prosperity—Adam Ills, Frank Ills, Erhal t Rast, Jacob Gehrlng, Gott fried Miller, Dave Miller, John Mohl haff, (lone Winters, Nick Kurth und Adolf Uruennech, umpire. They will play at the same place next Sunday. A large crowd was there an dhopo to have the same next Sunday to make It mort Interesting to the players. ; I Mr. and Mrs. John Baker have taken house at 1111 North 1th St., for the j summer. Ben Kramlick and Mr. Runnion arc ! Boarding now with Mr and Mrs. Kiler. Miss Wilma Reed, who failed to im- j prove as she should after her opera tion, Is getting much better since the j opening last week of a gatheirng that i had formed under the Incision. ! Miss Pauline Volmer surprised her (rjendg | agt Monday by taking unto i Her name is now WITH HOME-FOLKS IN BOISE. herself a husband. Mrs. Foster. Mr. Foster plays for one j of the theatres In Nampa, where the I young couple have gone to make their Her friends wish her much I happiness in the uew life. ! Charles Kampf returned last week I from Kennewick, Wash., where he visited several days at the home of hls sister, Mrs. Edward Sheppard. He reports an Interesting meeting of the realtors at Walla Walla, and a splen did visit with his mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, of Rockland, who have been living In Caldwell for several months came to Boise recently to have Mr. Simpson treated for stomach trouble. They returned to Caldwell last week and may go to Mayo Brothers to have an operation performed. Miss Ruby Hewitt of Rupert, for home. merly of American Falls arrived in Boise last week and enrolled for a business course in Link's Business College. ROCKLAND ITEMS. Fern Allen entertained on Thursday The guests were evening at cards. Etta Reed, Jennie R. Morris, Ivy, Cas sie and Theora Jensen, Vera White and Louise Richardson. Refreshments were served. Mrs. L. E. Hampton entertained at a well appointed luncheon on Thurs day. The guests were Mrs. D. D. Blg Norma Powell, Etha Daley, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Peterson. Etha Daley left on Sunday last for taer home in Nevada, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Blggers and thoir daughter left for Murtaugh, Idaha, on Tuesday. J. E. Ogden and O. O. Ogden re-1 turned from Pocatello Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Hess were enter talned at dinner Friday by Mrs. Vera and daughter Leon gers » Bonded Wool Warehouse William N. McCarty, Pocatello, Idaho, Phone 308, P. 0. Box 160, United States bond ed wool warehouse, licensed and bonded un der the United States warehouse act. Write us for full particulars pertaining to storage of wool. It will pay you. William N. McCarty ; Bonneli. I Mrs. John Hailing gave a Wednesday. All report a very enjoy j able time. The guests were Mes dames H. B. Sanders, Frank Crosier, ! Frank Bell. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. White, tera j White and Mrs. E. W. Fifield were Ho catello visitors Saturady. j J. E. Ogden and Frank Lowry i tored to Pocatello Monday, ! Mrs. T. J. Lawson served a ver> elaborate dinner Wednesday to the i following guests: Mr. and Mrs. J. lira Allen, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Peter luncheon | on mo j son. _ I Mrs. J. T. Fisher, Tuesday afternoon entertained in honor of Norma Powcu I and Etha Daley. The guests were, ! Mesdames J. Cowman, Jennie Ander I son, J. T. Lawson, D. D. Riggers an the Misses Norma Powell, Etha Daley, Helen Peterson, Clara Barnard, im dema Hampton, Louise Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cowman of Fo catello were weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. Cowman. Fred Summerell of Ogden is a guest at the home of Andrew May. Arthur E. Davis of Brigham Cl y, Utah, a former homesteader of Rock land valley, while visiting relatives and friends is stopping at the home of Andrew May. Mrs. Frank Bell was entertained Thursday last at the home of Mrs. H. K. Quint. Alice Brown left for Holbrook Sat urday last t ovisit her uncle Chas. Nickerson. Mrs. D. S. Moss and children are out after being quarantined with the measles for about three weeks. T. W. Roberts has returned to Po catello after a prolonged visit with bis daughter Mrs. R. V. Tallant. Mrs. J. H. Clark wh ohas been vis iting her daughter Mrs. J. L. Cook, re turned to Roy Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Frodsham served a de licious dinner to the following guests Mrs. Lew Hampton, Misses Lodema Jennie Frodsham, Pearl a at Hampton, R. Frodsham, and Messrs. Lawrence Roy and James Young. In the evening^ the guests were entertained at the Nati torium. * Mrs. Newton Curl and sons Donnelly on and Edward, have returned to Hegler after spending the winter in Rockland. re-1 Martin Donnelly, who has been at | tending the Rockland high school re turned to Hegler Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hartley have her ley to been visiting his parents and other re They re latives in Rockland valley. turned to their home in Malad on Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hartley chaperoned a party of young people picnic lunch to Bannock Peak Members of the on a one day last week, party were Etha Daly, Jessie Hutch inson, Lloyd and Clara Barnard, Ralph Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Pease and Miss Anna Pease were weekend guests at the Blackmere ranch. Ed. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morris. Fern Alen, Mrs. W. A. Post, Mrs. Jennie Andersson and daughter Ella and Norma Powell enjoyed an outing In Big Canyon the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Sheer, Misses Violet and Ilene Cook had a success ful fishing trip to Snake river one day last week. Mrs. L. C. Reed entertained at cards Wednesday. The guests were Mrs. Nellie Richardson, Fern Allen, Louise Richardson, Aree Howard, Mr. ments were served. Mrs. J. Lawson gave a dinner parly, on Thursday eve, complimentary to Miss Daly, invited were Misses Daly, Powell, Post, Mrs. Bert Anderson, E. N. Morris. The Gleaners and Wide Awakes spent Tuesday at the Nat. Senator Fisher Is spending a few days with his family. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peterson of Roy and brother of Lava Springs spent Sunday in Rockland. Lloyd Barnard and sisters were American Falls visitors Sunday. VMERICAN and CHINESE DISHES Evans Cate • • Open Day and Night—Everything .. New and Clean—Next to Post ;• Office, American Falls, Idaho • « • Be Careful There are a dozen ways to lose a dollar to where there is one way to make one. It pays to be careful. Once mat|e, the place for your dollar is a good, sound bank like ours, where it is always safe and subject to check. Then there is no chance for it to be lost, stolen, burned up, misplaced or mis-spent. Besides, your checks are always receipts for the money spent and your deposit book shows every one of your financial trans actions. « * National Bank Firét American Falls, Idaho J AMBROSIA "The Best You Can Buy For The Dough" Made in American Falls by American Falls Milling Company LANDING news. Mrs. Alda Grooms returned home Sunday after a two weeks' visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bright. Mr. King a nephew of Mrs. George Udy is visiting here from Idaho Falls. Mr. and Mrs, Harlie Confer were Rockland visitors this week. Miss Blanch Bright has gone to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bright for a short visit. Last Friday an excellent term of school closed at Landing. Miss Dud ley had the higher grades, fourteen enrolled, and all passed their grades with a good average. Miss Bowers had the lower grades. The fourteen en rolled passed with good honors. A picnic was planned for the last day, to the canyon, but with the rain that fell the day before they had to spread their dinner in the school house. * Sandwiches, cake and ice cream were enjoyed by all. Then the teachers surprised them with a lot of candy. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bert An derson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morris, Misses Norma Pawell, Ella Anderson and Ed. Morris all of Rockland spent the day in Big Canyon. Miss Ida Dudley and Miss Julia Bowers left Saturday for their home at Hagerman, Idaho, after their term of a nine months' school at Landing. Newton Kemper spent Sunday at Mike Slmm's. shoppers at American Falls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Elsenpeter and children spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havilack. Nettie Post, kin. Put Her on the Ball Team. From a novel : "With a sudden fren zied motion of her hands she caught her breath."