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No. 24_ No. 18.. No. 4... No. 84. No. 6. ...1:14 a. m. ....9:88 a. m. _6:45 p. m last .J:04 p. id. 11.40 p. m ing West Bound. No. 23. No. 83. No 19. No. 5_ No. 17_ —. 6:45 a. m ---7:45 a.m. -828 a. m. -11:51 a. m ...6:45 p. m W. G SHADE, Agent. oft LOCAL I AJ>PEMNO. i tor Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gibson left Tues day for Caldwell Mrs. George T. Wilson, former coun ty superintendent of schools, went to -Pocatello Tuesday evening. Dan Rompel went to Soda Springs Tuesday evening. Dr. H. N. Bickel, senior clerk of the Rec lamation Service went ta Denver Mon day evening. George Hoffman, U. S. R. S. engineer went to Boise Monday evening. S H. McCullough went to Nampa on business Tuesday morning. in MrB. Fred Block went to Pocatello Tuesday. Mrs. S. M. McBride went to Salt Lake Wednesday to attend L. D S. Confer ence. E. C. Mayne, manager of Mayne's Cash Grocery went to Pocatello Wed nesday. Sam Barlow came from Pendleton the fore part of the week and left again Wednesday for Pocatello. to to R, Judge R. M. Terrell returned to Po catello Wednesday morning. Mrs. T E. St. John was in Pocatello Wednesday. U. ft Tom Nye of Hegler went to Pocatello Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wood went to Salt Lake City Thursday to attend the L. D. 3 Conference Mrs. A. H. Barton and son Bob and Mrs. Bert Blackburn and son went to Pocatello Thursday. ed Mrs. DeWitt Brown was in the Gate City Thursday. Miss Hazel Graham and Miss Cor nelia Winter were in Pocatello Thur day. B. H. Hunt left Thursday morning for Reno. Mrs. Dora W. Davidson of Aberdeen left Thursday for Chicago. G. D. Robinson left Thursday even ing for Weiser. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Alberts went to Pocatello Thursday. Mrs. Mower and her two daughters left Tuesday for Pocatello. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stevenson spent last Friday In Pocatello. J. W. Allen spent last Friday in Pocatello. Judge O. R. Baum left Sunday morn ing for Dayton, Idaho, on business. 4 Miss Lorene Zaring spent Thursday in Pocatello. Vern Alpin of Minidoka was a visl tor last week end. Fred Dashiell ,of Pocatello was a business visitor last Thursday. - Dr. Richards, eye specialist, of j Blackfoot will be at the Evans Hotel. | Tuesday, June 14, see him about your | Adv. eyes. FOR HAIL INSURANCE -SEE ZARING & HOLLOWAY I i l Zaring Warehouse American Falls* Idaho ► Mrs. Paul Fugate of Aberdeen de parted last Thursday evening for Boise. in Mrs. Edw. Peterson of Roy departed last Thursday evening for Ogden. L. A. Hicks departed Thursday even ing for Seattle. Mrs. Bert Davis was called to Ru pert the first of the week on account oft he illness of her nelce. 131 Adolf Classen, Jr., went to Ontario, Oregon, Friday morning to visit his father. W. G. Hot, Government Hydraulic engineer, left last week for Gooding. Mrs. Eva Imes was a Pocatello visi tor last Friday. Ivan Mock spent Monday in Poca tello. M. G. E. Snodgrass of Burley was a busi ness visitor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson returned Friday evening from Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gibson of Caldwell, were week end visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Noth. Governor Davis spent Monday in American Falls. A. H. Gullickson, of the U. S. R. S. departed Friday evening for Denver. Mrs. Paul Mathaupal spent Saturday in Pocatello. Mrs. Emory Guk and Mrs. Wm. Glor fleld, Jr., were Pocatello visitors Sat urday. E. M. Walke'r spent Monday in Poca tello. to J. T. Fisher returned from a busi ness trip to Boise Sunday. P. Mrs John Collings and children went to Salt Lake City the first of the week to visit relatives Mrs. Eva B. Smith went to Nampa Monday evening to attend the G. A. R, encampment O. W. E. Stroutmer, an emploee of the U. S. R. S. arrived Friday morning from Boise, and departed Saturday morning, in company with F. A. Banks for Washington, D. C. Rev. Louis Albert Banks, a Chautau qua Lecturer, spent last Thursday in American Falls. in Mr. and Mrs' Ben Davis of Pocatello spent last Sunday with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Drake. Miss Grace McKinley, who has been visiting friends the past week, depart ed Monday for Nampa. W. G. Phoenix of the Devereoux Mortgage Co., of Portland, enruote to Pocatello and Rexbug, «pent last Fri day with his brother Frank at the In dian Springs Natatorium. Mrs. Ed. Jacobs and sons spent a few days of the week at Nampa re turning the latter part of the week. Judge O. R. Baum was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Mary K. Wattrus. of Hegler. the guest of Mrs. R. A. Alberts was last Friday, Mrs. Wattrus was enroute to Arminto, Wyoming, to visit rela tives. Kenneth Jensen of Pocatello, spent last week-end with friends In Ameri can Falls. Mrs. Mary L. Wones departed Sat urday evening for Nampa where she will visit her son, and also attend the annual encampment o fthe G. A. R. George Hall of Hegler was a busi ness visitor in American Falls Mon da, returning home Tuesday. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Hall's nephew, Robert Alberts, Jr. Comrads W. H. Dark, George Dome, j Bella T. St. John and Wm. McAff de | parted Monday evening for Nampa, to | attend the annual encampment of the G. A. R. Mrs. A. H. Barton »as in Pocatello Thursday. Rev. J. M. McGowan of Pocatello was in the city Sunday. Mrs. L. D. Atkins went to Weiser Tuesday morning to visit her mother. Rev. W\ A. Gallahue of Pocatello spent Sunday in American Falls. Furnished room with bath. 131 . Phone Adv Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Black will leave Saturday for Idaho Falls to spend the week end. Miss Hazel Metlin spent the last week with lier sister Mrs. A. A. Whitte more. Miss Margaret Creasey of Rupert is visiting her sister Mrs. G. M. Oliver. W. E. Leopard. Salt Lake Hardware man. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oliver Wednesday. Miss Pauline Toombs and Miss Aluta Larsen of Pocatello were In the city Sunday. Mrs. F. A. Banks and sister Miss Charlotte Drummond of Boise went to Pocatello Thursday. Mrs O. R. Baum and Miss Helen Zar ing spent the week end with Mrs. Jess Hays in IdahA Falls. Bert Blackburn was back in his meat shop Wednesday after three days ab sence on account of illness. Mrs. C. L. Clute and twin boys of Pocatello arc the guests of Mrs. Charles Hammock Mr. and Mrs. W T P. Lund and Miss Geraldine McClelland left Wednesday morning for Salt Lake City and Nephl to visit with relatives. Sylbert McClelland son of Mrs. W. P. Lund, returned this morning from Spokane, Washington, where he has been attending Gonzaga College. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Newton, Mrs. Jeffries, Mrs. Frank Kennedy and Mrs. O. F. Crowley motored to Pocatello Tuesday , Miss Esther Bryan went to Rupert Wednesday and was joined by her sis ter and the latters husband. They went on to Boise, returning Monday evening. Mrs. E. B Smott of Provo has been visiting her sister Mrs. C Lee French in American Fails She will return Saturday accompanied by Mrs. French. Mrs. A. G. Jones returned Tuesday from Boise where she has been visit ing for the past two weeks. Miss Lenore Cotterell returned Fri day from Salt Lake City and is now stenographer for W. C. Loofbourrow. She has been attending the University of Utah. * Mrs. Albin Rosander and daughter Thelma left Wednesday for Chicago where they will spend the summer with relatives and friends. Choice light bacon, 30c per pound. Heavy smoked bacon 25c per pound. Smoked Shoulders. 25c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Greene have been in the city during the week ar ranging to move permanently to Good lng Miss Grace CronkhUe. George Cron khite and A. Wade returned Thursday from Gooding where they have been attending college. The Young people of the L. D. S. Mutual and the Boy Scouts had an outing Wednesday evening at the American Falls Natatorium. About fifty were in attendance. Good time consisted of a roast "welnie" lunch and swim. Mrs. O. It. Baum entertained twenty small guests Saturday in honor of her son Bobbie's sixth birthday. The children played games and Injoyed re freshments. HOBBY IS SIX YEARS OLD. NEW METHODIST MINISTER. ton to :V A '<• è \ A \ 1 f, .y-*'- »• 1 »? : a den. I '-u ;h « . I 1 A. J, up for Rev. Chester L. Buckner NEW METHODIST MINISTER MOVES FAMILY TO CITY Is Athletic Coach and Instructor In Social Sciences at Gooding College —Will Finish Conference Year ors, Rev. and Mrs. Chester L. Buckner, and their family of two daughters and one son are now a part of the life of American Falls having arrived last week from Gooding College where Mr. Buckner Is professor of Social Science and Athletic Coach. Mr. Buckner plans to finish out the conference year in American Falls Mr. Buckner procured his A. B. de gree at Nebraska Wesleyan In 1917: his B. D. at Iliff School of Theology In 1919; and his masters degree at the University of Denver in 1920. He was a member of the University foot ball team, track team and the "W" club composed of those winning sweaters in athletics. In 1920 he had consider able experience with Boys welfare work In Philadelphia, R. A. ad HOSPITAL NOTES. Mrs. Jacob Funk of Aberdeen under went a minor operation Wednesday at the Bethany Deaconess Hospital. I.ee Walton who has been at the Hos pital for the past ten days returned home Thursday morning Miss Lila Coleson underwent a minor operation at the Bethany DeaaonesB Hospital Saturday. Mrs. Fred Schnabel of Cold Creek was taken to the Hospital Monday morning for medical treatment REMINGTON ARRIVALS. Among arrivals at the Hotel Rem ington this week are Judge R. M. Ter rell. W. H. Ransom, M. J. McGowan, of Pocatello; Frank Huffman of Og den; Robert Wolff of Denver; Mr. and Mrs. M. C .Davis, J. A. Ramsey, J. A. Huntze, rMan.deMrs. A. H. Berg, and H. S. Latimer of Salt Lake City; D. P. Rich of Hurley; W. T. White of Malad; W. G. lflssell of Gooding; and O. L. Robbing of Kansas City, Kansas. KISHINU WASN'T GOOD. A party of nine left American Falls Memorial Day for the litUe taet River and returned Friday of last week, without a great supply of trout. The streams were reported very high and dirty preventing in a large degree, a good catch. On« party that spent the week In the Ixist River territory con sisting of C. Lee French, A. H. Barton, O. F. Crowley, T. H. Morrell, W. L. Newton, Eddie Morris, R. W. Peterson, Jack Weber and J. M. Greenfield, the latter of Boise, Idaho. EPWORTH LAWN SOCIAL. The Epworth League of the M. E. church wll give a social on the church lawn this evening at 7:30 A very fine selection of games is announced. Sixty five invitations have been extended hut jif you have been overlooked please (.onm, announces the League president, Miss Ruth Jeffries. Oh yes. w m be served to top off the ev-1 . en jng. Refresh HONOR MISS HELEN ZARING. Miss Helen Zaring. whose engage ment to Walter L. Immich, of Meri dian. Connecticut, was announced last week, will be honored with a Kensing ton tea tomorrow afternoon from three to eight by Mrs. O. R. Baum and Miss Jessie Torrance, at the Baum resi dence. TEA AND CARDS FOR FORTY. Mrs. W J. Hanson entertained Thursday afternoon at her home In honor of Mrs. H. Q. Gowans of Tooela, Utah, formerly Mts» Bee Beckatead of American Falls. Forty guests played cards which was later followed by a tea served on llie lovely glass porch, decorated to represent a Japanese gar den. Miss Norma Allred and Miss Clara Cotterell dressed tn Japanese costumes, served the guests. PARTY UP EAST KORJh. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Howland. Mrs. F. A. Banks, Miss Charlotte Drummond. Miss Caudance Adams and Messrs. J, C. Coleman. John T. Coleman. Paul Bulflnch and Russell V. Black, motored up East Fork above Rockland Sunday for a pleasant day's outing. Womens wash skirts, white and rol Adv. ors, at half price. Howlands. MRS. WVI.LIS ENTERTAINS. Mrs. H. R. Wallis will enterten tills afternoon at her home with a bridge party. All Ginghams and Voll Dresses for women and chtdren. Half price. Howland». Adv. Mrs. E. E. Hooker gave an announce ment party last Thursday May 26th at her home on Knob Hill announcing the engagement of her sister Miss Helen Zaring to Walter L. Immirk of Meridian, Connecticut The wedding will occur June 20th in New York City. Their home will be in Meridian, Con necticut. Guests Thursday were Mes dames Lee French. L. U Evans, Jr., O. R. Baum, W. T. Oliver, G. M. Oliver, A. A. Whittemore. D. B. Jeffries, K. E. Zaring, J. S. Schroek. H C. Allen, and the Misses Irene Oliver, Jessie Tor rance, Lorene Zaring, and honor guest Miss Helen Zaring. Out of town guests were Mrs. E ,B. Smoot of Provo, Utah, ad Mrs. H. O. Oowsn of Tooela, Utah. All Aluminum utensils 20 per cent discount at Howland's, Adv. äjllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHilllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIü June Specials s ...28c pair $1.39 pair Childrens cotton hose . White one strap sandals. Printed novelty voile 60c value French lawn Handkerchiefs 25c value 15 per cent discount on all Bathing suits & caps Ladies lawn Handkerchiefs 4 for.25c 39c 9c One lot Auto Hats and Caps values to $4.00 your choice Ladies white canvas shoes 5.00 value 1.98 pair 1.69 Outing suits, Middies, new Sport Hats just received, and priced very low. All Ladies and Children's Gingham House Dresses re-marked, and now selling at from 33 1-3 to 50 per cent less than their former price. — *" Fall Creek Merc. Co. = Dry Goods Dept. Press Want Ads WANTED—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 niBe southeast of American Falla. Fence and small house with lean-to aled. property. W'rite owner Oliva B. Flah, 935 HUlvale Place, Los Anglos, Calif. 5-20 6-10 Will take $200 cosh for this 1'IANO AT SACRIFICE PRICE. We have a strictly high grade piano in storage in American Falla. No rea sonable offer refused for quick dis posal. Easy terms If responsible. Write at once If Interested to The Den ver Music Company. Denver. Colorado. 5-6 6-10 4 M)R SALE—Combined Harvester. Baby Holt. Side hill special. In good shape. Will take some cattle on trade. R. V. Tallant, Rockland, Ida. 5-37 7-1 HORSES FOR SALE—1 have several good work horses fro sale seven miles north of American Falls. Write Tom Geokas. Phono 177R4. 6-13 6-10* FOR RENT— Unfurnished apart 5-37tf menL Phone 172. WANTED—Listings of farm and property. J. F. Kosanke and Co. 'II WANTED—About four small pigs, 8 or 10 montha old. 6-8 6-10 W. F, Jasaman. Young couple desires to rent a fur nished house Can give best of refer A. Rodda. American Falla *6-10 ences. Mills. WANTED— Roomers and boarders. Inquire Mrs. George CronkhUe. Tel. 185 . LOST -Practically new coat, mater ial of dark mixed goods, between Nata tnrlum Swimming Pool and American Falls. Memorial Day. Finder please return to or notify Blmor Bouton, American Falls, Idaho. 6-10#