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No. 24.... No. 18.... No. 4_ No. 84. No. 6_ ..1:14 a. m. .9:19 a. m .6:45 p. m .8:59 p. m _11.40 p. m West Bound. No. 23. No. 83. No. 19. No. 5_ No. 17_ .. „.6:45 a. m .8:00 a m _8:25 a. m ..11:51 a. m : _.6:45 p. m W. G. SHADE. Agent ; LOCAL 2 AJPPEMNG. i Fred Dashiel of Pocatello was in the city Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. War was went to Boise Tuesday for a few days. Miss Minnie Krug was in Pocatello Tuesday. I Mrs. Eva B. Smith returned Wed nesday from the Gate City. Mrs. Richard Roberts left Thursday for a visit in Salt Lake City. Everywhere Popcorn Crispettes. Adv.* Mrs. C. W. Thompson left Thursday for St. Anthony for a short visit with friends. C. C. Collier left for Pocatello Thursday to visit his brother Jack. Miss Hazel Graham left Thursday morning for Burley. Buy windmill and well outfits at the Leader Hardware Co. Adv. O. M. Hal went to Ogden Friday on business. Wm. Hanson. Jr., went to Ashton, Friday to visit relatives. Rev. and Mrs. F. D. McCabe left Sat urday morning for Boise. Mrs. Dan Altmyer and Mrs. Cy. Ty ler went to Pocatello Saturday. They taste like "more" those Pop corn Crispettes. Adv.» Miss Aluta Larson and Miss Mahle Edholm went to Pocatello Saturday. David Burrell returned Saturday from Pocatello. Dome and Dack went to Comrades Pocatello Saturday. Mrs. Eva B. Smith spent Friday in Pocatello. "Get the Habit"—Pop Cora Crlspet Adv.* tes. W W. Palmer of Boise spent Sun day with his family retruning Monday. Chester Greene returned to Gooding Monday morning. Rev. C. L. Buckner returned to Gooding Monday morning. Jack Bevins is at the Bethany Dea Hospltal with pneumonia. ■ coness Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Ross went to oPcatello Monday morning. P. J. Hanson went to Salt Lake City Sunday. Mrs. N. C. Nelson was in Pocatello Sunday. Laverne Alpin of Minidoka was in American Falls Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Davis return ed Monday from Mabton, Washington. Mrs. P. J. Hanson left Thursday morning for Salt Lake City to visit friends. . Lloyd E. Davis went to Malton, Washington, Thursday morning on business and pleasure. Sfll Adv. your fresh ranch eggs to Frank Pheonix at the Indian Springs Nata torium. _ - i I Bacon and .= ! : Choice Breakfast Bacon .35 No. 5 Lard .75 No. 10 Lard 1.50 2i/ 2 can Libbys Silverdale Apricots 2 1 /) can Libbys Silverdale Peaches 2 V 2 can Libbys Silverdale Pears. 4 bars Crystal White Soap. Luna Soap 7 oz bar. 5 gal. can Pure Honey. .25 .30 .43 .25 .05 8.50 MAYNES CASH GROCERY Phone 188 Thp ÏQfiipa rtf thp M E crhurch ! The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Nye. Mrs. Ed. Walser left Wednesday for Ogden. Utah, for a day. returning Thursday evening. : The Xatatorium at Indian Springs will buy your fresh ranch eggs. See ; Frank Pheonix. Adv. F. Cogdell traveling passenger agent for the Milwaukee railroad was in the city Tuesday on business. J. S. Bryant, father of J. J. Bryant went to Boise Tuesday to the Old Soldiers Home. Heavy bacon, 30c a pound; picnic hams 25c a pound at Blackburns Meat Market. Adv. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Claassen Saturday, May 14th. Anything you need In the line of Plumbing or tinning? Call J. L Mc Kown, Leader Hardware Co. Heavy bacon 30c a pound; picnic hams 25c a pound at Blackburns Meat Market. Adv. L. L. Skaggs and John Brockman, of Pocatello, were American Falls vis itors Sunday. Miss Elsie Reading of Rupert was here Thursday evening for Commence ment. exercises. Buy your groceries at the Leader Hardware, prices are right and qual ity is good. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hughes and family of Blackfoot, spnet the first of the week with their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Goertzen and family. Adv. Ajax tires, guaranteed milage. Handled at Leader Hardware Co. Adv. Mrs. Mary Wones left Saturday for Burley where she will spend a week or ten days with her son Minor and family. Mrs. Robert Dechambeau, who has been visiting with her father J. F. Million returned to Pocatello Tues day. That will settle Adv.* Just get a taste. It. Pop Corn Crispettes. The best ever Pop Corn Crispettes. Adv + Miss Ethel Dailey of Rockland left Sunday evening for Ogden. Mrs. F. J. Kohlhepp went to Poca tello Wednesday as did also the Miss Hazel Graham and Blssie Davis. Glorifeld Brpthers, of Table Moun tain purchased a complete well out fit at the Leader Hardware the first of the week. Osa Creasey was in Pocatello Satur day on business. E. J. Peterson of Roy left Friday for Pocatello and Lava Hot Springs. Mrs. Alvin Rosander went to Poca tello Monday. C. R. Lewis wes in the city from Po catello Monday. Mr. Shtrtley, brother to R. W. and E. J. Peterson of Rockland, came up from Lava Hot Springs Saturday and returned Monday. Mrs. R. N. DeChambeau of Pocatello spent last week end with relatives In American Falls. Eddie Morris of Wasco, Washington stopped off Monday in American Fais. Mrs. C. D. Eldridge and children of Fort Hall spent last week end with Mrs. Mabel Bacon. IKE WALTONS READY. Local Ike Waltons will not be cougbt napping June first when fish ing season opens. County Auditor French will pilot a group of Salt Lake ! and Boise friends to Arco Sunday or Monday. Many others have planned expiditions ranging from day to a week to nearby fishing grounds. JURORS NOT NAMED YET. District court is scheduled in Power County for June sixth. Jurors for term have n ot yet been calle d. ! CITY PLANNER HE.HE TO LA y orT >EW MODEL CITY Russell V. Black, New Jersey city planner is in American Falls to lay out plans for a new model city. Mr. Back arrived Monday. He has had but little time to formulate plans and has nothing to say thus far except that the new city "presents an interesting problem." GEORGE IS A SECOND "LEO" NOM— APPOINED MAT «ND George W. Adams now wears the gold bars, emblem of his rank in Troop "A" I. N. G. His appointment »as confirmed May 22nd following ex amination by state officers. Adams has been a member of the troop for two years and has gradually risen from the ranks. He is employed with the Press Publishing Company as foreman. HE TURNED TOO QUICKLY. Earl Layman wrecked the top to his father's Overland car, broke the wind shield, and damaged the steering gear Tuesday of last week when, with three other boys he attempted to make a fast corner near the M. E. Drake residence two miles north of Ameri can Falls. The car turned completely over but fortunately the boys were all uninjured. MISS PILGRIM ILL. Miss Rebecca Pilgrim of the Baugh Hotel has been ill for several days and is recovering slowly. Heart trouble is diagonsed as the cause of the ill ness. Her sister Mrs. Anna Poulson of Logan. Utah, is with her during her illness. WHEAT GOES DOWN. Thursday marked a sharp decline in wheat when both May wheat and cash wheat took a seven cent drop. Amer ican Falls dealers »'ere paying 11.66 per hundred for Turkey Red Thurs day. ANOTHER JOHNSON ARRIVES. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson Wednesday even ing at the Bethany Deaconess hospi til, MRS. SAM BARLOW DIES. Telegraphic news came Friday of the death of Mrs. Sam Barlow former American Falls woman, at Midlothian, Texas. Her remains are being ship ped to Pendleton, Oregon, her former home, for burial. The news came as distinct shock to the many friends of the Barlows in American Falls. The Barlows moved to Texas last fall. MRS. CANFIELD CHI TIC ALLY ILL AT BETHANY HOSPITAL Mrs. C. M. Canfield is crltlcaly ill the Bethany Deaconess Hospital with phneumonia, preceded by the loss of her infant baby nine days ago. She has grtbly held onto life for the last nine days against complications that make precarious her hcances for recovery. with her today and besides her hus band and father and mother are Mrs. R. R. Hays of Pocatello, Mrs. C. K. Field, Mrs. J. B. Hardy and Mrs. Reu ben Austin of Soda Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Field of Nampa, Jean Field of Glenns Ferry, and Mr. and Mrs. Waltet- Kerr of American Fais. MUST STOP PREACHING. Rev. J. A. Ford must stop preaching for at least a month according to his physician who has warned him that his vocal chords are swollen to twice their normal size and make a vacation of the voice absolutely necessary. at Her immediate family are •He .J..'. .J. .J* y.J. »V. »I» y.[. »J« y Y •î**!'*î* *î» »I«, V XXX : xxX ICO* x.p. Xj*t XXX 5!j*X XXX XXX XXy XXX DECORATION DAY •::p: XI' XX Hx3 t f Fresh Colors Xrt ...... x±r .'XX .1.13 XXX. fit I S XXX MÏ9: Sit i [. J n ./ * XXI; yyy XXX XXX -U.X XXX xxx XXX « '.r: ... ''.WBWB ft Perhaps nothing is so inspiring—nor nothing better expresses our true feelings than the character of the decorations we un furl to the breezes on Memorial Day. Don't hang out a weather beaten fla bunting or draping. Far better none at a "HIS" regimental colors always sparkled in the sunshine. And his life was given for them. £x; I o: iS pit fix ! XXX XXX XXX XXX III -xt m tîï ft III XXX New flags—new decorations may be had at a pittance compared to the price he paid. XX x XX m mm DRY GOODS SPECIALS Very-New—Ladies and Misses Sport Hats and Auto Caps—Your choice $2.00. Special low prices on Kiddies Sandals and Oxfords. Another New Shipment of bathing suits just received. At very reasonable prices. x X X X . I MEN'S FURNISHINGS SPECIALS Palm Beach Suits. I m Florsheim Shoes X Panama Hats. $ I X. X "XX 1 Fall Creek Mer. Co. At CHl|urrt|ra LITHE RAN CHURCH NOTICE. N'o services Sunday. May 29th. The pastor wil be out of town. L. I). 3. Teachers' training class 9 a. m. Sun day school 10 a m. Secrament meet ing 11:45 Sunday in charge of Bishop J. W. Colllngs. Primary association at 3:00 p. m. every Friday, and Re lief Society every Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. M. I. A. meeting 6:00 p. m. Sun day. M. E. CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday School at 10 a. m. The church is invited to a Memorial service at the Baptist church at 11 a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. At 730 the Baptist and Methodist churches will unite in a service at the Methodist church, Rev. Ford officiat ing. BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH. Memorial Sunday. Motto—' In Business for the King." 10 a. m. Bible School. Prof. War was, Supt. 11 a. in. Union Memorial Service. Joint Methodist and Baptist Near a Flag. Flags provided for all. Spec ial music. Pastor's address—"Na tion Builders." 6:30. B. Y. P. U. Young Peoples Hour. 7:30. Evening Service, in the Meth odist church. Rev. Ford will speak from the subject, "The Homeland," and "How to Preach It." Special Song Service. I was glad when they said unto me "Come Anohepus go to the House of the Lord." MARRIES OLD SWEETHEART. Announcement is made this week ot the marriage of Lloyd E. (Buck) Davis and Miss Lillian T. Mayer at Pendle ton, Oregon. Sunday, May 22nd. Miss Mayer and Mr. Davis were sweethearts years ago MIsb Mayer formerly lived at American Falls, but more recently at Mabton, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Davis are at home In American Falls having returned from Pendeton Mon day morning. TRIO EMBARK FOR IOWA. Earl Capellan, Instructor In science and athletic coach of American Falls High School, Verne Sothe former em ployee of the Riverside Mercantile Co., and Reginald Eichelberger, local high school student left Monday morning in automoble for Iowa, where they will visit with friends and spend the greater part of the summer. BOY SCOUTS ATTENTION. All boy scouts of the city will meet at the National Guard Armory Friday evening at 6 o'clock. Scouts are urg ed to be at the meeting place proratly as arrangements will be made for their participation in Memorial Day parade at that time. A CORRECTION. It was not Theodore Twoomey who was married last week to Miss Vir ginia Furrier, but Theodore Bhretling of 9t. Paul, Minnesota, according to reliable information received this week. Mrs. J| E. Zink returned Sunday evening frof Los Angeles where she has been during the winter. COUNTY MAT LE ASK HOSPITAL ACCORDING TO NEW STATE LAM The last state legislature passed a law authorising county commissioners to rent, lease or build hospitals for the care fo the sick or indigent. Here tofore the statutes precluded any such action on the part of the County Com missioners. Crandal Thornton of Ne'.ey, recent ly completed chiseling the statute of a deer from a piece of solid tsone. The work is unusually well done and de serving of considerable merit accord in gto those whose judgment qualifies along that line. The deer is gilded and is now on display in the window o fthe Coleman Jewelry Storo. NEW GROCERY MORE OPENED AT QUIGLEY BY MRS. SHELDON Announcement is made this week of the opening of a cream station and grocery store at Quigley by Mrs. Isaac Sheldon. If possibe a postoffice will also be opened for the accommodation of the Quigley people. Mrs. Sheldon was In American Falls Wednesday arranging for the opening of the store. The postoffice, accord ing to Mrs. Sheldon wil be located at the DeJulius place near the former location of Craig's store. Confirma tion or rejection of the postoffio la ex pected from Washington within the next few days. MARGUERITE SMITH GRADUATES. Marguerite Smith, daughter of Mrs. Eva B. Smith was graduated Tuesday evening from the Idaho Technical In stitute at Pocatello. She was dis tinguished for her prise work in dress making and millinery. Her mother at tended the graduating exorcises. CHAS. STITT AT RIVERSIDE. Charles Stitt has replaced Vern Sothe at the Rivorside Mercantile 8tore. Several Rupert students were in American Falls Friday to enjoy In dian Springs Natatorlum. NEWS OP RECORD. May 3rd, 1921. J. Hamada et al to C. W. & M. Co., Chattel, W. J. Conarroe et al to Aberdeen Hardware A Furniture Co. Chattel. W. J. Conarroe et al to Aberdeen Hurdware & Furniture Co. Chattel. Isaas Dalk» et al to Aberdeen Hard ware p Furniture Co. Clialtel. _ Do you want to win $10,000 MR. EDISON wants a phrase which will emphasize that the New Edison Is an Instrumentality by which the true besu ties and the full benefits of music can be brought into every home. The phrase must clearly distinguish the New Edison from nl) oilier sound-reproducing devices. For the phrases which most aptly and most completely express this Idea, In the opinion of the Judges, Mr. Edison will award cash prizes as follows: Hiwond Prise 92.000 First Prise >.'.,000 Third Prise >1,000 20 Next Best Phrases, >100 each It Is not necessary to be the owner of a New Edison In order to compete. The contest Is open to everybody. Why not try it? It costs you nothing. Call at our store for particulars and get your contest blanks. s , I Coleman s The HALLMARK Jewelers £x; L — i = = I 1 = = = Closed Monday Memorial Day = ff! mm Sparks Meat Market will lie closed Memorial Day in observance of our honored dead. II Order your meat Saturday—enough to last Sunday and Monday. 111 = I ■ == SPARKS MEAT CO. Press Want Ads WANTED—To hear from owner ot good ranch for sale. State cash pries, full particulars. D. F. Bush, Minne apolis, Minn. FO RSALE:—40 acres good land one mile southeast of American Falla Fence and small house with lean-to shed. property. Write owner Oliva B. Fish. 935 Htllvale Place, Los Angles, Calif. 6-20 6-10 Will take 9200 cash for this WANTED—To tradi good piano for good camp wagon. Address O. B, M, care Press. il 7 PIANO AT SACRIFICE PRICE. We have a strictly high grade piano in storage In American Falls. No re* sonable offer refused for quick dis posal. Easy terms if responsible. M'rlte at once if Interested to The Den ver Music Company, Denver, Colorado. 6-6 6-10 _ FOUND—Good Shawl. Party own ing same can recover by identifying same and paying for advertising. LOST—Goodyear 30x3V4 tire be tween American Falls and Rockland, April 30. Reward. Dr. C. F. Schlltt. FOR SALE!—Combined Harvester. Baby Holt. Side bill special. In good shape. Will take some cattle on trade. R. V. Tallant. Rockland. Ida. 5-27 7-1 HORSES FOR SALE—I have several good work horses fro sale seven miles north of American Falls. Write Tom Geokas. Phone 177R4, 6-13 8-10» H, FOR SALE—GOOD Milk cows. See J. D. Isaak. Phone 182J5. WANTED—House to Rent, modern house with water. Chalmers. FOUND—Two packages girls cloth ing, near wagon bridge. Owner may have same by identifying and paying for adv, FOR ment. Phone 172. Prefer Roy E. 6-27» Ml RENT—Unfurnished apart 5-27tf TOR SALE—Pansy plants 76c dos. Tomato and Cauliflower plants 40o do*. Cabbage and Celery plants $1.00 per hundred. Delivered by Parcel Post prepaid. Falrvlew Ranch, J. M. Spackmun. Twin Fällst, Idaho. 5-27 6-3 ___