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No. 24... No. 18... No. 4. No. 84. .. No. 6. ...1:14 a. m. ...9:19 a. m _6:46 p. m _8:69 p. m _11.40 p. m West Bound. No. 23. No. 83. No. 19.. No. 5.. No. 17_ . . . 5:45 a. m _8:00 a. m .8:26 a. m .11:51 a. m .6:45 p. m W. G. SHADE. Agent LOCAL 1 AJPPENINGi ! Mr. and Mrs. R. Warwas returned Saturday from Boise where they visited for several days. U. F* Frodsham, Win. Frodsham asd Eph Josephson of Rockland were in American Falls Tuesday on business. Miss Elizabeth Harder who has been visiting with the Neissens returned Friday to Baker, Oregon. Peter F. Neissen returned last Thursday evening from Portland, Ore gon. Mrs Victor Floyd, who has been visit ing at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stuart, returned to her home in Los Angeles Friday. Miss Irene Oliver left Friday morn ing for Salt Lake City returning early in the week. John Hood of Pocatello came down from Pocatello Friday on business. Aaron Elliot, former city abstrartor, was in the city Saturday and Sunday. R. M. Patrick spent Saturday in Salt Lake City. Call on N. C. Nelson at the Leader Hardware, for your well repairs and equipment. Adv Mrs. Wm. Hanson and Mrs. C Lee French went to Pocatello Saturday. Mrs. Levi Jones went to Pocatello Saturday. T. H. Morrell, county agent, went to Salt Lake City Saturday night. Miss Rebecca Pilgrim left Saturday evening for Boise. Now is the time to have your screens repaired. Call Chas. Hammock. Phone Adv. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Zaring spent Sun day in Pocatello. 43. Mrs. John Kaffman left Monday evening for Portland, Oregon. Wm. Kaye of Gooding visited at the home of E. J. Twomey and E. C. Bar bre Sunday. He left for Pocatello Monday morning. Anything needed in plumbing or tinning, call on J. L. McKown, at the Leader Hdw. Co. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hays spent Sun day and Monda yin American Falls. They returned Tuesday morning tak ing Judge O. R. Baum as far as Black foot with them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dutro of Pocatello were in the city Sunday visiting friends. Leland Clinger of Aberdeen was in American Falls on Sunday. J. P. Mehlhaff was a business visi tor in Pocatello Wednesday. Miss Phyllis Collings left Sunday for Montpelier and Paris, Idaho, where she will visit relatives. Miss Anna McLaughlin who has been teaching school at Mountain Home the past year, is visiting her sister Miss Grace McLaughlin. The Leader Hrw. Co. installed a well outfit at the home of R. O. Jones, east of town. Mrs. Martha Beach returned last week from an extended visit with re latives in Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska and several other eastern states. mm mmu r OLD DUTCH SILVER We now have on dis play Dutch Reproduc tions in Candlesticks, Casseroles, Baskets and other pieces suitable for wedding gifts, having just received an assort ment from the manu facturers. The beauty and oddity of this silver is beyond description and must be seen to be appreciated. Come in and let us show you. Gifts That Last. E : i! 3 Coleman s 3 The Hallmark Store. Quality Service Ten Mrs. W. W. Palmer and family gone to Boise to make their home. I James Hartley of Roy was in Poca tello Saturday. Marion Share of Rockand was in the city Wednesday on business. Mrs. Aicher of Aberdeen left Wed nesday morning for Manhattan Kan sas. ' Dr. R. F_ Noth went to Boise Mon day. He was accompained as far as Caldwell by his daughter Mary. We carry a complete stock of gro ceries, good quality and low prices. Adv. Leader Hdw. Co. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Paul, Idaho, are visiting Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, and sister Mrs. Chas. Hartley. in The Ladies Aid Society of the Meth odist church will meet with Mrs. Alice Upham Thonrsday afternoon, June nineth. The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church met at the home of Mrs. Dubois Nichols Thursday afternoon. The busines meeting and program was folowed by a social hour and refresh ments. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lamon and babies accompanied by H. L. Penneyer and family motored to Burley and Ru pert Monday. Bishop Frank Hale Touret of Boise will hold service at the Espieopal Church Sunday evening, June 5th. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jones of Poca tello and Mr. and Mrs. F. D. McCall and little daughter of Omaha, Neb., spent Sunday in American Falls lsi ting at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Brad ford Davis. Dr. Evans, the Optician from Twin Falls, will be at the Evans Hotel near Post Office, next Tuesday, June 7. We fit glasses correctly. Our prices are reasonable. Your eyes are priceless, Don't neglect your eyes. J. T. Evans, Adv. Somettmes the best way to show how to do a-thing Is to tell how It should not be done. Then the way to succeed will be clearly evident. With this plan in view the Weekly News Letter of the Department of Agricul ture presents the following rules com piled b a West Virginia farmer. The I farmer-humorist says: j Don't weigh your milk, for then you ) might have to figure and think. Feed the cows timothy—it is good 1 for race horses. Cow testing associations are need less—they show how to save and know. Keep the barn not—cows are like woodchucks. Don't have many window's in the banr—the hired man might look out. Keep the water ice cold—shivering gives the cows exercise. Avoid heavy milkers—they consume too much valuable time.—Agricultural Review. MAY WORKING ABERDEEN. The Wheat Growers Association Is gaining great strides In the vicinity of Aberdeen and is receiving Impetus by the arrival of J. M. May this week. Mr. May, whose home is in Rockland, is representing the Association in Idaho and he states thatfully fifty per cent of all wheat in this locality has been signed up. He also states « that it Is very gratifying to konw that I the farmer Is making an effort to bet ter the sales end of the business and that he realizes the necessity for an organization such as The Wheat Grow ers Association. CARD OF THANKS. W r e wish to thank the many friends for their kind help and sympathy through our deep bereavement and loss of our wife, daughter and sister. C. M. Canfield. Mr. and MrB. L. S. Field and Family. NOTICE. To all header and combine owners get your orders in early for repairs, if you want them this year. We will not carry any stock on band, but will order for you in time for harvest. Terms are cash on all repairs. Leader Hardware Co. HOW TO FAIL IN A DAIRY. Canned Fruit All Gone Why Worry ? ' 14 When you can buy it as cheaply in gallons and quarts, as you could can it yourself. Quart Apricots . Quart Peaches. Quart Pears . Gallon Apples . Gallon Pears. Gallon Apricots. Gallon Plums . Gallon Peaches . Gallon Blackberries 25c 30c 43c 55c ,98c .98c 98c 98c $1.18 MAYNES CASH GROCERY Phone 188 have'JOBS BETASS SUCCUMBS AKTE» BRIEF ILLNESS Twenty Year Od Pioneer Passe* To Reward— Interment Made Tues day in riBlIllOW Cemetery. John Francis Bevan died at the Beth any Deaconess Hospital Saturday May 28th and was buried Tuesday in Falls view Cemetery. His death was due to a complication of pneumonia and spot ted fever, according to his physician. He had been ailing for some time, and his death was no surpise to his many friends who had been acquainted with his previous condition. Mr. Bevans came to American Falls twenty years ago and was known to all whose residence here extended over any length of time. He was a member of the Latter Day Saints, and his fun eral rites were observed Tuesday In the church of the L. D. S. In American Falls. Mr. Bevans was born at Desota, Wis consin, March 31st, 1963. He came west and in 1903 married Susie West of American Falls. He left a son. Boyd, seventeen years old and his wife. Mrs. Susie Bevans. His parents were Isaac and Mrs. Elizabeth Bevans. Services at the Mormon church were well attended, a large crowd of friends being present. Elder Beckstead spoke of the honesty and integrity of the de ceased turning his remarks to the death and resurrection of the Savior who said "This day shalt thou be with me in paradise." Bishop Collings made remarks about the great privi ege we have in coming here taking bodies and going through the school of life . MRS. CHARLES CANFIELD DIES FOLLOWING TWO WEEKS ILLNESS Ravages of Pnenmonia Overcome Po pular American Falls Woman W ho Is Mourned by Large Group of Friends. Mrs. C. M. Canfield died Memorial Day at the Bethany Deaconess Hospi tal In American Falls following the ravages of high fever and weakened condition induced by pneumonia. She went to the hospital May 16th where an infant was born but lost when the mother contracted pneumonia. The ravages o fthe disease following close on the critical condition of the mother were too severe for her survival and her life went out the morning of May 30 f h as the city was preparing to hon or the dead heroes of the uations wars. Mrs. Canfield's immediate family, surviving her «re husband Charles M. Canfield, manager of the Boise-Pay ette Lumber Company and her two year old son. Her sisters are Mrs. G. W. Kerr of American Falls, Mrs. J. D. Hardy and Mrs. Reuben Austin of Soda Springs, and Mrs. R. R. Hays of Poca tello. Her brothers are Logan Field of Nampa and Eugene Field of Glenns Ferry. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Field, also live at Glenns Ferry. Mrs. Canfield was born April 13th. 1894 at Temple, Texas. She received her education at Chickasha, Oklahoma and later went to Anardako, Oklahoma for her musial education. Her family moved to the Rockland Valley several years ago where Mrs. Canfield made many friends and was much appre ciated for her musical talent and win ning personality. She was married November 16, 1916, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kerr in American Falls. Friends In the city were shocked to hear of the untimely death of Mrs. Can field, who was in the prime of her womanhood. Incessant calls at the hospital kept the city Informed of her condition at all times. The fact that she held on to life so grimly with so many factors against her won univer sal admiration and sympathy for her. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at the Canfield home in Amer lean Falls. Beautiful quartette rendl tlons were made by Professor Warwas, R. B. Greenwood, Mrs. F. E. Elchel berger and Mrs. R. Warwas, accotn panied on the piano by Miss Ruth War was. A large group of friends heard the short consoling sermon of Rev. James A. Ford. Pall Bearers were Paul Bulfinch, T. C. Sparks, R. E. Aus tin, R. Foster Lamm, H. F. Fitzpatrick in Fallsview cemetery, « I and Ervin Allred. Interemnt was made NOTICE OF KSTRAY. Betrayed—May 22nd, 1921—One dark bay mare, 3 years old with mane and foretop clipped. Small star in fore head. Brand on left sholder (O). One grey mare, 3 years old. mane ; and foretop clipped, brand (O) on left | sroulder but not visible. No mark on face. Reward offered for their return ! or whereabouts. Notify Wm. L. Mc- 1 <nigl)t. 6-3 6-1» At (Etjp (EfrurrlypH L. D. S. Teachers' training class 9 a. m. Sun day school 10 a. m. Secrament meet ing 11:45 Sunday In charge of Bishop J. W. Collings. Primary association at 3:00 p. m. every Friday, and Re lief Society every Tuesday at 2:30 p. M. I. A. meeting 6:00 p. m. Sun DL. day. M. E. CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday School at 10 A. M. Preaching service at 11 a. Epwortr League at 6:80 p. Preaching at 730 p. m. Brother Buckner and family will lo cate here this week, so there will be regular services morning and evening. A welcome is extended to everybody to attend church. m m. BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH. Motto—"In Business for the King." Sunday, June 5th. 10 a. nt. Bible School, Prof. War w'as, Supt 11 a. m. Morning Worship and ser mon by .Rev. A. B. Minaker, D. D. Boise. A mixed quartette will render special selections. "Come, let us wor ship and bow down before the Lord our Maker." 12:10 p. tn. Communion Service con ducted by the Pastor. Every member expected to be present .and remember the Lord in the breaking of bread. 630 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Young Peo ples' Hour. 7:30. Evening service. Service of Song—fifteen minutes. Solo by Prof. Warwas. Dr. Minaker will deliver the address. Notes—The pastor will teach the Bible class as usual—inspiring ser vice and fine congregation last Sun day morning. E8PIC0PAL CHURCH. Morning prayer and sermon every Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday evening, June 5th. an even ing service will be conducted by Bishop Touret. The public is most cordially Invited to both these eer vices. LUTHERAN CHURCH. Our services are conducted in both the English and German languages. On the first and third Sunday of the month the services are always in En glish. while the German services are regularly held on the second and fourth Sunday of the month. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a. m. in English only. Tin' "Wall St ri-i-t Jounml" says : 3$ 9 Notice To Press Advertisers The following affidavit of circulation was furnished the American Press Association Monday and is hereby furnished to the advertisers of American Falls and Rockland. Every state ment is sworn to and can he confirmed by checking the mailing lists and books of the American Falls Press. Every advertiser .should know what he is getting for his money when he advertises. The Press is in a position to provide this information as indicated in the following affidavit. V J-l AFFIDAVIT OF CIRCULATION FURNISHED American Press Association I, K. E. Torrance, publisher of the American Falls Press (daily or weekly) newspaper, published at American Falls, State of Idaho, being duly sworn according to law say that the average number of complete copies, printed and circulated to paid sub scribers per issue for the past six months has been 1098 Signed K. E. TORRANCE. Sworn and Subscribed to before me, this 14th day of May, ROY C. CHALMERS, „ Notary Public Residing at American Falls. My Commission expires June 1st, 1924. m / ■ < /: Vv < 1921. o. t' •r .* r *. Press Publishing Co 33 Publishers of the American Falls Press '/z . "What America needs more than rail way extension, and low tariff, and a bigger wheat crop, and a new navy, is a revival of piety—the kind mother and father used to have—piety that counted it good business to stop for daily family prayer before breakfast, right in tre middle of harvest." The Bible says: "Bodily exercise profiteth little; but bodllness is pro fitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now is. and of that which is to come." Moral: We all need more piety and godliness. BIG RECLAMATION MEETING SET FOR POCATELLO JUNE 1» President S. E. lirady Issues Call To All Boosters In Idaho. Pocatello, Ida., May 28th —President S. E. Brady of the Idaho Reclamation Association has fixed June 13th as the date for the big Convention of that or ganization to be held In this city. A move for such a Convention was made some time ago but the dato could not be fixed until word cou'd be received from Wacfclngton, D. C. as to the lime when prominent reclamation offic'a's could be present. Thoea details are now in hand and the date has been fixed so as to avoid other State meet ings that might divide the attendance With the American Falls nnd other projects being forwared 1 even faster than the general public is advised, It was felt Pat the Idaho Reclamation Association should get active in the harness for the purpose of assisting in this work, laying plans for cooperative assistance, and for the protection of the Interests of all concerned. Among those who will be present are Barry Dibble, Manager of the American Fall» project. In this Con vention Mr. Dibble will reveal plans bearing upon that momentous work that has not been made public; In fact, it Is expected the Convention will be a means for the presentation to the pub lic of Initial and official facts regard ing this Titanic undertaking, which Is by far the most important reclama tion enterprise in the history of Idaho. H. W. Dietz, Chief Engineer of the Blackfoot Reclamation Service, and Clyde Baldwin of the General Survey, are among those who will be present as part of the delegation and arrange activities. Prominent officials front Washington will also be at the Con vention. Inexpensive Palm. A pretty, Inexpensive palm can be grown from one or two seeds of a common dried date. The soil should be rich and the plant should be well 'entered _ Press Want Ads W'ANTED—To hear from owner of good ranch for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. Bush. Minne apolis, Minn. FO RSALE:—40 acres good land one mile southeast of American Falls. Fence and small house with lean-bo shed. property. Write owner Oliva B. Fish, 936 HUlvale Place. Los Angles, Calif. 5-20 6-1C' Will take $200 cash for this PIANO AT SACRIFICE PRICK. We have a strictly high grade piano In storage in American Falla No rea sonable offer refused for quick dis posal. Write at once If Interested to The Den ver Music Company, Denver, Colorado. 5-6 6-10 Easy terms If responsible. FOR SALE!—Combined Harvester. Baby Holt Side hill 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, 5-13 6-10* FOR SALE—GOOD Milk cows. See J. D. Isank. Phone 182J6. 5-27 6-3* WANTED—House to Rent. Prefer modern house with water. Roy E. Chalmers, i 5 37* FOR ment. Phone 172. RENT— Unfurnished apart 6-27tf FOR SALE—Pansy plants 75c do*. Tomato aud Cauliflower planta 40c doi. Cabbage and Celery plants $1.00 per hundred. Delivered by Parcel Post prepaid. Fatrview Ranch, J. M. Spackman, Twin FaUsf, Idaho, 5-27 6-3 WANTED—Listing* of farm and city property. .1 F, Kosanke and Co, Ad. WANTED- About four small pigs, 8 or 10 months old. W. F. Jassman. 6-3 6-10 Good Always at Hand. If we will take the good we And, aaklng no questions, we aliall have heaping measures. Everything good Is on the hlghwnv Emerson