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Boots & ed the a Saddles firing a digest of the activities, griefs and sports of Troop "A" 1st Idaho Cavalry. By CUBBY COJtH Actual firing on the rifle range will commence on Saturday at which time an instruction course will be fired by the men. The range Is located about two miles from the city straight east from the armory. Four red flags will be placed on the left and right of the flrelng line which will be a danger signal to hunters and passers by. • * * * About three hundred spectators wit nessed the activities of Troop A at Aberdeen last Sunday, who showed marked attention and interest in all the movements. Formal guard mount dismounted was gone thru In a snappy and "regular" manner coached by Sgt. Instructor Anderson. After guard mount came mounted drill and "bull ring" work the atter being under the direction of Sgt. Anderson. Sgt. "Buster" Thornhill showed the crowd that ho knew something uhout the C. D. It. and proved himself to be a good leader and horseman. The ball game in the afternoon resulted in a victory for troop A. It is planned to have the Aberdeen platoon come to the Falls a week from Sunday. Boys. Just put your rifles and sabers in the "Five-roomed house." * * * * All men of the troop will assemble at the Armory at 9 o'clock Monday morning where final arrangements will be made for the Memorial Day parade. $ • * * * Lelnnd Hulls joined the troop this week and is working at the Armory. * * * • Sgt. Andorson was with the troop men thru e thot wo Monday night, and put the Saber drill dismounted. W knew all about saber drill until Mon day night but the Sergeant proved to that there's always something now in the cavalry . Ul * * • « Sergeant Morgan has accepted the position as helper with the horses ut the Armory and commenced work last. Monday. * * * * * * * All modern convenience In "the 5 room house." 13 Years Ago :w** Takelt From the Files of The Press ol May itl, 190H. Rockland Thoroughly Soaked. H. P. Frodsshnm v/uu up from Rock land Thursday, and stated that Rock laud had not been so thoroughly soak ed in years, as It was the first of th« week. The rain fall of the past fow days has not. only been heavy, but a heavy fall of snow look place Tues Tueiday. Thursday morning tiier was at least a foot of snow on the creek, a few mllloH above Itocklund, and this will all be taken up by the soil ns It dlauppears. Crop prospects on the dry lands were never better, and largo yields are anticipated. An Enjoyable Soclul. The Ladles Aid Society of the Metho dist church gave an entertainment and social at the church Wednesday even ing that was largely attended and greatly enjoyed. The entertainment consisted of Mandolin duct by Miss Jean and Duncan Maclnnts ( with Plano accompaniment by MIhh Alex ander; reading Miss Evelyn Johnson; song. Mrs. Atwood; reading, J. A. Rueger; Mandolin solo, Duncan Mac Innls; addresH, Rev. Leltch; piano solo Miss Alexander. After the entertain ment, every number of which was en joyable, lee cream, cuke, lemonade and candy wore served to all who could reach the refreshment tables and booths. The net proceeds wore about Voiles Galore /zm ' 'N At prices you cannot mutch elsewhere. Plain and figured /in 58c and 69c the yd. 7/ ' I Ï > Selling Out Hi Id 1 : « All Ladies trimmed hats 50 per cent discount All Ladies summer coats 25 percent discount All Ladies summer suits 25 percent discount ! III Bathing Suits * We are going to close out our line of bathing suits and will sell the few we have left at ac tual cost. Come in and look them over, there might be something you can use. V Golden Rule Merc J 1 Scratch, Darn Ya! Scratch" Being A Timely Story With A Moral cc 1 (From Kings Round Table.) Once there was an Old Hen who had ! passed the tm ewhen she Needed to i Worry about the Axe. She had help-j ed many broods of Chickens to see the Light and had been, indeed, through the War. This Wise old Hen felt she knew All There Was to Know. This is a sad state to Get into. There came a season of Warm Rain and Ixits of It, when the worms were washed out of the ground and lay in Lush Profusion about Her feet, didn't have to scratch. The worms, and the delicious bugs, flocked about Her, and crawled over her feet, and she ate rapidly and heedlessly. Came a time when she waxed exceed ing Fat, and her appetite became finicky. She would Htrut about, the Barnyard and kick bugs and worms out of her path, If they were not of the best variety. In fact, this Old Hen be came mighty Choosy about her food, and many an Insect bit her in the foot with Impunity. She wouldn't deign even to look down. Then imperceptibly things began to change and the worms weren't quite so profuse as before. But. the Old Hen knew that this was only temporary and the Good Times would soon return. So she learned luxuriously against, the barn door and dreamed cute little dreams about Her Heaven and the Joys that were there for her. The Worms grew Scarcer and scar cer and the Old Hon began to lose some of her Surplus Fat. She finnaly had to dig into her Reserve Fat, and on that day she began to wake up to the fact that food was not going to Crawl Down her Throat as it had in She at C. a the near past. $ 20 . 00 . Lneuii and Personal. Benjamin Howell went to Salt Lake City Tuesday on business. A. W. Stoker, manager of theWest ern Union Telegraph office at Pocatel lo, and Mrs. Stoker,.visited the Oliver's Sunday. C. E. Tyler's new residence is about ready for the roof. It will be a story and a half frame, six room modern, and one of the best in town. Claude Smith has returned to his work as clerk for the Bridge Street Phurtnacy at Blaekfoot, after a week here assisting at the Owl Drug Store. J. T. Doran moved In from the dry farm Tuesday, where he has resided for moro 1 han a year past. During that time he has boon absent from home hut half a dozen nights. MAY TIME PAGEANT PLEASED LARGE CROWD OF PARENTS By Itock in ml Girls Assisted Program Elaborate School Staged By By Boy Scouts. Rockland, May 28.-A very largo and enthusiastic audience wna well paid by attending the spring pageant given by the Rockland girl», with the assistance of the Boy Scouts, under the able direction of Mrs ,E. W. Fi field. Those praise for their very worthwhile per formance. The following who directed tlie dif ferent. numbers showed great ability as leaders: rector of the fancy bluo bird dance of happiness; Mrs. Chris Killsgaard, ill rector of the May polo dance; Mrs. Win. Freeman, director of the garland drill. The following numbers were ren dered : Lawrence Freeman acted ns pages an nouncing the different numbers. Moaning of pageant, Showing honor and esteem to parents, June Peek. First Episode, "The Springtime of Life," a reading by Mrs. Wm. Free man', who wus surrounded by a group or children. Musical aeeompalnment Mrs. Alien Fifield. Song "Maytime", Mrs. Ira Allen. Second episode. Fancy Blue Bird dance by Ora Walker. Ruth Harris, Jennie Frodsham, Rachel Fifield, Olga Walker und Myrtle May. They Bang "Springtime". Miss Ruth Harris, the taking part, deserve high Mrs. N. G. Tolinun, dl Scouts John Peterson and So she leaned up against a tree and moaned, and Groaned over the Hard Times that had come. She grew thin ner and more thin, until she staggered unseeingly around the barnyard, all out of sorts with herself and with the world. There was not a grain of hope left, She finally fell through the fence of the pigsty in a stupor, and lay there all skin and bones, crying as though her heart would break. "Oh, dear, what will become of me! Oh, dear, oh, dear!" "What are you sobbing about?" said an old Fat Pig, who was rooting about In the rich brown mud. "Oh, there is nothing to cat, and I am starving for food," she moaned. "What rot!" remarked the pig, in his swinish way. "No food, indeed! There are millions of worms for you right under the surface of all this nice brown mud, if you only had the gump tion to scratch a little. Scratch for your grub, and you'll have plenty. Scratch, darn you, scratch." And the Hen, being an old one, had sense enough to listen and to try the advice o fthe old Pig who was so fat, and Lo! she found that if was true. There were not as many Worms as in the Good Old Times, but there were enough to put flesh back on her bones, and pep back into her muscles. Young hens wouldn't have had the gumption unless they were Exceptional Young Hens. Moral: Scratch early and often dur ing the lean times. There are just as many worms, but they are harder to find. If you can't find 'em yourself, ask some old hog how he finds 'em.— Keystone for May. of spirit of happiness, read a poem and crowned Sibyl Walker gueen of May. Jessie Weir and Marjorie Freeman were flower grils. Rosalind Josephson played a selec tion "Heart (o Heart," while the Lord and Lady of May, Dennis White and Theora Jensen, with Ilah Fifield ahd Irene White" as flower girls marched upon stage. They were followed by Scouts George Freeman, David Reed. Orson Hutchinson and Melvin Fifield with the May pole. The following girls gave a pretty May Pole dance: Olive Richardson, Anno Fifield, Maggie Robinson, Jane Reed, Phills Weir, Margaret Peterson, Vlorenc Wukor, Vqral Freeman, Inis Fifield, Klva Barr and Eva Wulker. Mrs, Russell Rock pluyed accompani ment, Garland Drill by Mabel Jensen, Nell Peterson, Erma Tyer, Rosllnd Josoph son, Mae Fifield, Elsie Allen, Rowenc May, Florence Hadley, Erma Walker, Accompaniment by Celia Walker. Mrs. Eva Fifield. Dance of the Butterflies, it was a complete and joyful surprise, by Mrs. Dave Moss, Mth. Russell Rock. Mrs. Chris Killsgaard, Mrs. Henry Jensen. Reah Fifield and Ada Nelson. Music by Mrs. Allen Fifield. Poem, "A Tribute to the Old Folks," by Scout June Peek. Then about six ty "old folks" were presented with flowers b ythe Boy Scouts. "Count Your Blessings" by ESI KAY ADI HE. of The following described animal came to my place on o rnbout the sec ond day of May. sumo by paying pasture bill and ad vertislng: One brown horse, star in forehead, about four years old, two bind feet white, branded on left nip HI weight about 1100 pounds. J. P. HAYWARD, Five miles west of American the Falls. 5-»0 o--i Song congregation led by Allen Fifield. The grand tableau by all as the final number, was very beautiful and imposing. NOTICE OF TEACHER'S EXAMINA TIONS. Examinations will held at the Coun All appli ty Office June 3 and 4th. cuntB for Third Grade Certificates, who expect to attend Summer School must take these examinations. GOLDIE DRAKE, County Superintendent. 5-29 5-27 Owner can recover 1 NOTICE OF SALE OF WHOLE ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION IN THE PROBATE COURT OF POW ER COUNTY, IDAHO. 1 In the Matter of the Estate of Oliver Lowery, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an order of the Probate Court of Power County, Idaho, made on the 19th day of May, 1921, in the above entitled estate, the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of Oli ver Lowery, deceased, will sell at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, lawful money of the United States, and subject to confirmation by said Probate Court, on the 16th day of June, 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M„ of said day, the following de scribed property, to-wit: West Half of Northwest Quarter of Section 27, East Half of Northeast Quarter of Section 28, Twp. 11., So., Range 33, E. B. M. (said real esttate to be sold in one parcel) . 1 harrow, 1 sewing machine, 1 mare, 5 yr. old; 4600 lbs. wheat. Dated at American Falls, Power County, Idaho, this 19th day of May, 1921. to E. H. DA VI9, Administrator of the estate of Oliver Lowery, deceased. W. C. Loofbourrow, Attorney for Administrator, Residing et American Falls, Idaho. 5-27 6-10 NOTICE OF SALE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR POWER COUNTY. Nibley-Channel Lumber Company, a corporation, Plaintiff. '■ M. U. R. Smith and W. P. Lund, De fendants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of lien issued out of the Dstrlct Court o fthe Fifth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, County of Power, on the 24 day of May, 1921, obtained a judgment and decree In a \ new size]] package/ j a LUCKY STRIKE 10 cigarettes for 10 cts Handyand convenient; try them. Dealers now carry both sizes : 10 for 10 cts ; 20 for 20 cts. It's Toasted o/ ffià t ) C O r ThiS AfnAJL THE UNIVERSAL CAR CASH PRICES Minimum down Payments on time F, O. B. American Falls Sales $269.78 $312.07 $247.88 $285.01 $255.73 $454.52 $459.98 Touring—Standard . Touring—With Starter. Runabout—Standard Runabout—With Starter ... Chassis—Standard . .$580.73 .$653.62 .$533.88 .$606.76 .$497.43 Coupe—With Starter and Demountable Rims $898.32 Sedan—With Starter and Demountable Rims $950.38 Ton Truck Chassis—Pneumatic or Solid Optional .$678.98 $315.68 Maximum time limit on monthly payments is twelve months. On Fall payments is six months. American Falls Motor Co Authorized Sales and'Service in tht above entitled action, wherein Nibley-Channel Lumber Company, a corporation, Che above named plaintiff, against U. R. Smith and W. P. Lund, defendants, on the 2nd day of Decern ber, 192C, which said decree was, on the 2nd day of Dec., 1920, recorded in Judgment Book 59, of said court, at page 166, I am commanded to sei! all that lot, piece or parcel of land situ aed, lying and being in the County of Power, State of Idaho, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: All the interest owned by W. P. Lund, September 6th, 1919, and any interest which he has since acquired, of in and to the Southeast quarter of the South west quarter of Section 5, T. 7 S„ R. 31 E. B. M. Notice is hereby given that on the 25 day of June, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, in front df the Court House in the County of Power, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of lien, sell the above described property, or bo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said plaintiff's judgment, amounting to the sum of $195.85 with interest thereon and costs, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in gold coin of the United States. Dated this 24 day of May, 1921. G. H. HANSON, Sheriff. By W. L. OLIVER, Deputy. a M. M .Myers, Attorney for Plaintiff, American Falls, Idaho. 5-27 6-17 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UN DER FORECLOSURE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFH JUDICIAL DISRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR POWER COUNTY. Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Com pany, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. James Hearne, a single man. Defend ant. State of Idaho County of Power, ) ss. Sheriff's Office. ) Under and by virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Power County on the 12th day of May, 1921, on a judg ment recovered in the above entitled ) matter on the 7th day of May, 1921, wherein Phoenix Mutual Life Insur ance Company, a corporation, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure upon a certain promissory note de livered by the said defendant to said plaintiff, said note being secured by a mortgage as mentionad in plaintiffs complaint and filed in the above en titled matter, said Judgment and de cree being recorede in the Recorder's Office of said Power County on the 9th day of May, 1921, in Book 59 of Judg ments at Page 225, Records of said county, I am commanded to realize he sum of $3641.69, with interest from day of judgment, and to sell that cer tain real estate situated in Power, County, Idaho, and described as fol 10 The^V^o'f NW14 ; Lots 1, 2, 3 and4, and N'WVi of NW>4 of Section 20, and Lot 1 of Section 29, in Twp. 7, So., R. 32, E. B. M., together with the tene ments, hereditaments and appurten ances therunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIGEN That o nthe 7th day of June, 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M„ of said day, in front of the Court House of said Power County, in American Falls in said County, I will sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash law ful money of the United States the property hereinbefore described. Dated May 12th, 1921. G. H. HANSON, Sheriff. By W. L. OLIVER, Depputy. W. C. Loofbourrow, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residing at American Falls, Idaho. 5-13 6-3 T The Mystery of the Silver Dagger of of By RANDALL PARRISH Author of " The Strange Cate of Caoendtsh, " ''Comrades of Peril," "The Deoil't Own, " etc. Here is a double-riveted mystery story as thrilling as anything this great master of mystery, adven ture and romantic tales, ever has produced. It is compounded of love, in trigue, a million dollars and mysterious criminals in a most unusual com bination. It involves agents of the U. S. government and a band of South American plotters. Like all his stories it has some one unique feature. In this case it is the strange and puzzling character of the heroine. Soon to Appear in these Columns READ IT!