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I I j ! i ter County News By Correspondents From ROCKLAND ROY LANDING ARBON PROSPERITY DIST. NO. 18 BOCKLAÏTD NEWS. Miss Chloe Hunter is spending a week at the home of Leona Ralph. Mr. Frank Lowry made a business trip to Pocatello Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen entertained the folowing guests at- their home Fri day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lesley of Honeyvllle, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Heber Lasley, Mr. Martin Easley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Alien, Bishop and Mrs. Andrew May, Mrs. E. C. Taylor and Mrs. Marintha Allen. Complimentary to Mrs. Jacobs of American Falls, Mrs., B. F. Sprague of Rupert and Mrs. M. Allen of Logan, Utah, who are visiting various friends In the city, Mrs. 8. N. MorrlB and Mrs. Bert Anderson were hostesses at a most delightful afternoon on Friday. Various amusing features ployed in the way of entertainment after which the guests were ushered Into (be dining room where a deli cious two course luncheon was served. Covers were laid ror fifteen. Miss Ruth Harris is assltlng In the post office. The Misses llene and Violet Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sheer spent a pleasant evening ut the pool Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lasley of Honey ville, Utah, are Rockland visitors hav ing come to help celebrate the birth days of their grand children Ellis and Elsie Allen. John Heed and wife of Rupert spent aeveral days here visiting at the home of Rupert spent several days here vis iting at the home of L. C. Reed before leaving for Halley whore they intend to make their home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Ricketts and Mr. and Mrs, Bert Womack came over from Buhl to spend Decoration Day. Mrs. it. F. Sprague of Rupert is vis iting friends here. Mrs. Marintha Allen of Logan, Utah, apenI the past week visiting old Rock land friends. H. L. Share went to American Falls Friday on business, Tlu-ora Jensen and Reali Flfield left Thursday for Pocatollo to attend sum nu r school. The N 0 L's entertained at the home of Her. Cowman on Wednesday even ing of Inst week in honor of Miss Helen Peterson who left Sunday for Albion to utLend summer school. C. H. Alien and wife motored over to noeklaiid Sunday. Mrs. Marintha Allen accompanied them back to the Falls. Mrs, J. T. Fisher and sons Fredrick and Charles were American Fulls vis itors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. N. U. Tolman and child ren left Friday for Logan, Utah, for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Lorenzo Johnson and three children of Rtrlc, Idaho, returned home Friday after a week's visit at the homo vl Mrs. Juhnson'H farther Mr. Wier. Mr*. Marjory Moore who has been Employed at the Lynn Bros, hospital in Pocatello returned to Rockland Wednesday for a visit with relatives and friends. Andrew Christensen and sister Mrs. Annie Nelson have returned after «pending the winter in Boise. H. B. Currier was In American Falls Saturday on business. Earl Case lias returned from Aber deen. Mrs. J. K. Hadley and Mrs. McClalne were shopping in town Saturday. Mrs. Arthur Young, Leon and Reim Voung, ltuth and Dora Donnelly of Hegler visited over 8unda In Rockland. Mrs. Ray Moss spent the week end ■with her sister Mrs. Ira Allen. Mrs. Jacobs and children of Ameri can Falls are visiting at the home of >lr. and Mrs. Henry 11 out E. J, Henrich made u business trip to the Fulls Friday. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Claussen are re joicing over the arrival of a 9Wi pound baby boy on Wednesday Mr. und Mrs. Earl Darling wore in wa were em in Mr. his to day m ft $ fors \ i I n V ' \>.*l « ,v ,1 ■ ■ J IKK A VOLCANO in ao- | tion, fire frequently bursts without warning upon a community. Only by sound in surance can you be indemnified lor the losses it may bring to I I you. 7Tie Hartford Fire Insurance j Company has stood between its customers and losses for more ? than a century. It will promptly reimburse you for fire damage If you buy its insurance pro tection. The Hartford's Fire Proven- ( tion Engineers will help you, through this agency, to remove perils which cause fire. Myers & French American Falls, Idaho. from Roy on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Gould and son I Warren returned to Rockland Friday. I Elsie Battertou of Hegler Is visiti ing Floyd Batterton. j J. E. Bade and family were In from their ranch attending conference. D. I). White and wife, Mrs. E. W. Flfield, Mrs. Lois Rock and Vera White motored to Pocatello Sunday. Geo. Harris went to Tremonton, I Utah, Friday. Miss Erma Sanders who has been ' teaching at Ashton returned home Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor wree In from their ranch Saturday. A. A. KnacJiP of Pocatello is here tfi the Interests of the Farmers Equity. ! Bert Scott returned from Coolldge i Saturday to spend the summer. Mrs. E. A. Harris and Mrs. A. L, May spent Wednesday in American Falls. Mrs. R. I. Ewing and children arc visiting in Pocatello. Tom Alvord of Blackfoot returned home Sunday after visiting his daugh ter Rose at the Alvord home In this city. Mrs. Rowberry of American Falls wa shere attedning conference the guest of Mrs. Henry Houtz. Mrs. Will Oliver and daughter Peggy visited in Roekland Monda. Ernest Lowry has gone to Garland, Utah. A party composed of the Misses Lo dema Hampton, Jennie and Pearl Frodsham, Mrs. J. W. Frodsham, Mrs. Ik>u Hampton, Mr. Lawrence Roy, Jim Young and Delbert Hampton spent the day Sunday at Snake river returning in the evening by way of American Falls and the Natatorlum. O. F. Crowley spent Monday in Rockland. Mrs Henry Houtz entertained on Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Mr. Allen of Logan, Utah, Mrs. B. F. Sprague of Rupert and Mrs. Jacobs of American Falls. A delicious diunch was served Mrs. Edith Walker entertained at dinner Friday complimentary to Mrs. Marintha Allen. Miss Pearl Thome has returned home from Grace, Idaho. Henry H. Jensen after visiting with his family for a few days has returned to Malad. Miss Rose Alvord is visiting her father Mr. Tom Alvord at Blackfoot. P, J. Kajuwu has moved Into the Rice house. Miss Vera White is visiting Mrs. Crandall Thornton at Neeley. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morris, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Howard and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Eliason and Miss Zina Ellason vlsitejl Rockland Sunday. Henry Zahl returned to Ganett, Sun day after a short visit with his brother William. Mrs. Sarah Cox Is visiting at the homo of lier son Ivan. Mrs. Marintha Allen ad Mrs. E. C. Taylor were dinner guests of Mrs. Fern Allen Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bonner Quint have moved to lliolr ranch west of town. Miss Norma Powell has returned front Twin Fulls. Jack Weber. Ed. MorrilFand R. W. Peterson returned Saturday evening is ty ■KL1 Goodrich Tire Prices Ieduced 30 percent Tiie last word in Quality Tbe best word in Price CORDS *?(2) SILVF.RTOWN CORDS H $ Anti-Skid Safe tv Tro SIZE TUBES to $ *2.35 *24.50 s «32.90 *2.90 «* <& 2 I « 41.65 «431 O' 32*4 *3.55 ill «3.YO d ml ■ «47.30 « 4.50 A 1 ■ . | «48.40 $ 4j65 «49.65 s 4.75 34*4% I « 58.90 «5.55 33*5 111 j ? ( « 61.90 «580 35*5 Fabric Tires *2690 *1X00 Safety 32*^ 30*3 Smooth *13.45 «2830 Sail*) 33'4 39*3 Safety A *166^1 Safe) 33^*37.15 * ' La as .. ia- - .Ill— Safi, y . TUE B.F. GOODRICH AU3BEH COMPANY CAkron.Onio Anti-Skid Safety Tread 8ILVERTOWN I ' 1000 MILES OF FRESH AIR FOR BABY j i ' I i I c o r & m ■ IS w mm " - mmwm m 3 \ fab m < ■I •m - •? 3 m at I W' mm* gy V'" \ - t ' : , ■ '2k*'**'i : v \J * V; - LlfllJ « * m . j.<> * mm» : - James K Watkins, Jr, was left motherless short I eleven months ter „is birth, ago, and then pneumonia developed. Mis daddy decided it was fresh air the little tot needed, so started a lour of California, push ing Un- loliy m a perambulator. This picture allows the t Angeles at the end of a I.UOtl-niilt walk, baby's health fully restored. Wat kins, without funds, worked Ins way throughout the tour. in l.os from a week'B fishing tirp to Howe, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Hunter and fam ily, J. W. Southwell and son and two grandchildren Florence and Arthur Southwell visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ralphs Saturday and Sunday. MIbb Lottie Barnard of Little Creek is visiting Miss Elsie Tyler. J. W. Southwell Is spending a few days at Rockland. Olive Cox spent Monday in Rockland on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White and Mr. and Mrs. D. D. White returned from a visit with relatives and friends at Basalt on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzen motored to American Falls on Monday in their new car. Mrs. Ira Allen left Wednesday morn ing for Salt Lake Cit for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lasley, Mr. Martin Lasley and Mrs. Edwin Budge. Twen ty guests were present. Mrs. W. E. Hess entertained the fol lowing dalles at her home west of town on Thursday. Mrs. H. B. Sanders, Miss Erma Sanders, Mrs. Hailing, Mrs. Crosier, Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Osie Ralph, Mrs. Ray Moss and children, Mrs. Harry Knott and Mrs. Wm. Zahl. The rooms were artistically decorated with huge bouquets of Tulips and a fine dinner was served. LANDING NEWS. Mrs. Lloyd Ralph und sons Delbert mul Honorare visited ut the home of Mrs. Jas. W. May Monday. Bill Grooms motored to American Falls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Womack and son Darol, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Rickatt and sons Kenneth and Maurice from Buhl Idaho, spent Decoration Day in Rock land then visited their farmes, every thing looks fine they say. Jas. W. May was among the shoppers in Rockland Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Ralph and Miss Clara italph spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bill Clausen. Wednesday water w as standing every Aheavy rain fell in the district where. But its Just what all the farm ers want. Winter and spring grain all looks fine and still lots of plowing be ing done. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Womack and Darol spent Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. May. Howard Beam, brother of Carse R. Beam and Mr, Wright representing the Williams Murphy Grocers Com pany of Omaha, Nebraska, spent Sat urday night and Sunday at Jas. W. May's home. Jack Stamper is doing some plow ing fo rMr. George Udy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Havilaclc spent Sunday with .parents Mr. and Mrs James H. Hartley. ARBON NOTES. Miss Edna Bailey has returned from WellBville, Utah, where she attended school last term. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mock transact ed business in Pocatello last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ballaine of Malad, visited the week-end at the lots home of Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hall have moved j to their farm after spending the win ter at Pauline. David Ripley was in Arbon last week visiting with his daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Williams and re- will newing Old acquaintances. The Rip leys are now living at Hubbard, Ore will gon. C. Cahen of the Chicago Art and Novelty Company has been in the val- ; ley the past two weeks transacting business. Thomas Bailey who has been attend- ; ing the University in Logan, Utah, re- • turned home Saturday for a few days visit. He left for Pocatello Wednes day to attend summer school at the Idaho Technical Institute. J. E. Keeler went to Pocatello Fri : day to attend the High School com- ! mencement exercisese. his son Howard being one of the graduates, receiving his diploma Friday vening. Mrs. J. H. Bullock visited in Poca tello last week with her sister Mrs. A. W. Jones and family. Mrs. Orville Affleck was visiting in Pocatello at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jackson, Jr. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Af fleck who has been quite ill is recov- I ering. Mrs. E. A. Logan and Verne Logan | spent the weekend in Pocatello with ! Mrs. Logan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rust. Clarence! England and E. Poppie transacted business in Pocatello Wednesday. Jerry Baker motored over to Malad Friday. The heavy rains of the past three weeks have made a great showing on pasturage and grain. There will be AMERICAN and CHINES* DISHES t Evans Cafe Open Day and Night—Everything . I New and Clean—Next to Post ' • Office, American Falls, Idaho ! ' < > m ■ r, 1 osa a R: VI r\ u * r '9 C: r E; j. / - W T i Tn i| r ;< | l| l |i|i |n i | t p '|i.. r p,.|i COURTESY \ WHEN WE GIVE— % HONEST SERVICE AND COURTEOUS AT TENTION WE HAVE ESTABLISHED PLUMB LINES AS SQUARE AS TRUTH ITSELF. Service comes only when all parties con cerned, profit thereby and is the foundation upon which this institution is built. We want you to get the habit of banking here. Every department offers just as good inducements as may be found anywhere. And often—MUCH BETTER. Once you GET AHEAD you have proved you HAVE A HEAD. t Firét National Bank American Falls, Idaho AMBROSIA "The Best You Can Buy For The Dough" 4 Made in American Falls by American Fails Milling Company * lots of hay t his year from the way It Holbrook looks at present. John Bowen went down to Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Evans motored to Boise leaving here Friday, where they will visit with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Add. Affleck. Their daughter Miss Constance Evans will return home with them. LUC •% STRIKE CIGARETTE A new size package I Ten for 10c. Very convenient. Dealers carry both; lOforlOc; 20for20c. It's toasted.