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No. 24_ No. 18. .1:14 a. m. .9:38 a. m. _6:46 p. m .9:04 p. m. _11.40 p. m No. 4_ No. 84. No. 6. .v— West Bound. No. 23. . No. 83. No 19. No. 5. No. 17_ . 6:45 a. m ___7:45 a.m. .828 a. m. .11:61 a. m ...6:45 p. m W. G. SHADE, Agent LOCAL i ÆPPEiwva ; Fred Daahiell went to Pocatello Thursday evening. Miss Goldie Drake and small nephew spent Thursday in Pocatello. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson went to Pocatello this afternoon to help cele brate the 25th wedding anniversary of their friends Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Pond. -Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Black of Idaho Falls spent Sunday at the home of Mr. an Mrs. D. A. Black. Mrs. M. D. Drake, of Filer, is the guest of Mrs. S. H. McCullough this week. Mrs. D. A. Black was called to Po catello Thursday on account of the illness of her daughter Mrs. Frask Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCullough and child were in town from Saturday to Monday visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. 9. H. McCullough, were on their way ot Howe, Idaho. Mrs. Lloyd Black went to Pocatello Thursday morning to be with her sis ter Mrs. Frank Clark, who is ill. Mrs. L. M. Powell, of Arbon, is ser iously ill at the hospital in Pocatello. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith spent Sun day in Pocatello with friends. Angel Food cakes, $1.00 each. Tele phone Mrs. S. H. McCullough. Phone ■81. adv. They -s • 'nYU / — \ -7 1 ' mnrk; m i W o u STEW" HOT to cook dinner. Let's eat a "Special" at the Hotel REMINGTON. SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER MENU 5:30 to 8:30 $1.00 Per Plate ' Chicken Noodle Soup Chicken Fricasee with new po tatoes and new Peas Roast Chicken with Dressing, with new Potatoes and Cream Combination Salad or Radishes, Lettuce, Cucumbers or Sliced Tomatoes with French Dressing Ice Cream and Cake or Jello Remington Tool, Clean and Comfortable A- — J Our New Brand of Hard wheat Flour U MUSTANG yy A straight hardwheat flour unusually good for breadbaking. Not blended as you can see right on every sack of it you buy. "MUSTANG" flour, though a straight hardwheat product, is selling for the same price as our widely known brands "Yellowstone" and "Sunny Valley. h On Sale At All Grocery Stores Oneida Mill and Elevator Company Distributors Bm position as bookkeeper for the Leader | Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCullough spent last week end with Mr. Mc Cullough's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McCullough. They with their little baby are Just returning from Duluth, Minn, where they have epent the win ter. They expect to make their home at Howe, Idaho. Miss Esther Schatz has accepted a Hardware Company. For Sale—Second Hand Combine. adv Paul Evans returned home Monday evening from Moscow where he has been attending school. Pete Erickson of Burley, spent the first of the week in American Falls, re newing old acquaintances. Miss Beda Rosander spent Tuesday in Pocatello. Miss Mary Noth returned home Wed nesday evening from Caldwell where she she has been visiting Mrs. Jay Gibson. She was accompanied home by Dr. Noth, who has been in Boise since the first of the week. Inquire Leader Hardware Co. Don't forget to bring your empty lard pails to Blockburn's and get them filled with lard, homemade or pack inghouse, at 12 l-2c per pound. adv. Mrs. Edwin Sanders, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Sanders, Mother and broth er of H. B. Sanders, of the Gem State Lumber Co., arrived Saturday evening from Aurora, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders departed Monday evening for Portland. Misses Vesta Koons and Florence Taylor, of Ogden, arrived Wednesday evening to spend their vacation with Mrs. C. C. Thornhill, Aunt of Miss Koons. Both young ladies are em ployees of the M. S. T. & T. Co. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Crowley and Mr. and MrB. W. L. Newton entertained a party of young people Wednesday at a plunge party followed by a picnic dinner. The guests were, Misses Jes sie Torrance, Irene Oliver, Lorene Zaring and Grace Cronkhite, the Messrs. Paul Bulfinch. E. M. Walker, Clyde Zellar and Glenn Barnard. Bring your empty pails and have them filled with lard, either home made or packinghouse, at 12 l-2c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market, adv The members of the Methodist Sun day School have issued an invitation to the public to attend the Children's Day exercises at the M E. Church Sun day morning June 26, at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Crowley left this morning for Blackfoot to spend the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lund were Poca tello visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wallis, and children departed Wednesday morn ing for Kuna, laho, to visit Mr. Wal lis' sister Mrs. Stier, a former resi dent of American Falls. Mrs. Larry Thomas of Blackfoot, spent Monday with Mrs. Eva H. Smith. Mr. Daek lias received word that the Rail Road lias granted a rate of one cent per mile to all G. A. R. Veterans, who attend the National encampment this fall. Choice light Bacon 30c per pound. Heavy smoked Bacon 25c per pound. Smoked Shoulders 25c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market Osa Creasy and daughter spent Sun day in Pocateilo. Lee Hammond of Pocatello, spent Friday in the city. adv. 10 Room Apartment For Rent Excellent Location Unfurnished Very reasonable terms. Schwarz Bros. j J American Falls Idaho. M. Sheriff Henry Simons of Bingham County was down from Rlackfoot on business Monday. R. W. Manning of Nampa, is re lieving Audress Watts, as night oper ator, during Mr. Watts' absence with troop A at Boise. Lost— Baby's Black Patent Leather slipper. Between Star Music House and Post Office. Leave word at Press Office. Roy F. Wilson, the Boy's Supervisor in the State School for the Deaf and Blind located at Gooding, after taking the Eastern group home for the sum mer vacation, stopped in American Falls to visit the Cronkhite family and friends. Dr. Schoal's foot specialist will be at the "Toggery" in American Falls, June 25th, Saturday. Feet examined free of charge.—J. M. Owen, prop. on adv. Have you noticed the revision of prices on the new 1922 Buick auto mobile line, the drop ranges from three hundred all the way to six hundred dollars on the different models. Place your order now for this fall de Majestic Auto C<1. Local adv. W. C. Birch, representating the L. 9tarks Wool Company of Chicago was in town Saturday. Fred Gaunt of Shoshone was in the city Friday. Fred Bentz is in the city for a few days. /He has been in California dur ing the last two years. livery. Agents. A Bluet Combine for asle. Very cheap. In A-l condition.—See M'Kown at Leader Hdw. Co. Mrs. J. L. Hartley of Landing went to Pocatello Saturday. Wm. Barnhart returned Saturday from Pocatello. R. M. Patrick went to Boise Thurs day evening on bnsiness. A 15-45 H. P. J. I. Case steam en gine for sale.—See M'Kown at Leader adv. Mrs. D. H. Honter arrived from Nampa Saturday to join her husband who is traveling representative of the Columbia Basin Wool and Warehouse Company of Portland, Oregon. J. I. Case thresher with side feeder. Engine and water tanks. Everything complete and ready for the field. At a bargain price.—See M'Kown at Leader Hdw. Co. G. L. Luke of the University of Ida ho went to Moscow Friday night. Mrs. Henry Lang and Mrs. Eva B. Smith went to Pocatello Friday. Attorney Thompson for the O. S. L. and J. E. Wilcox were In the city Fri day. adv. of to to of to Hdw. Co. adv. A. J. Bruce, Oregon Short Lineman from ÿlinshone was in the oily Friday on Company business. Bishop VV. W. Bennion came in from Twinn Falls Friday on business. I). W. Davis and Walter Sparks re turned Friday morning from Pocatel lo. Win. Dark went to Pocatello Friday. Mrs. Frank Wagner came in from Lava Hot Springs Saturday to visit her relatives the Schwarzs. We have listed for sale a Grant six cylinder five pussenger car in good running condition five good tiros and a new battery. The owner would con sider a trade on a Case or Fordson tractor. Enquire at Majestic Auto Co. phone 162. Mrs. M. D. Palmer went to Hastings Nebraska Saturday morning. Albert Sparks, son of Walter Sparks returned Saturday morning from a year at school in Portland Mrs. Sam Winters was in the city Saturday from Pocatello. Mrs. Harry Mann left Monday morn ing for Baise. Mr. and Mrs. Christ. Frank of Aber deen visited with friends in the city Sunday evening. Ray Farn um of Pair view vicinity is reported 111 with diptheria. Mrs. Jennie Zink and Mrs. M. E. adv. Drake are the guests this week of Mrs. S. H. McCullough. Rotary Rod Weoder for sale, almost new. Cheap. See W. W. Beck stead of the C. W. & M. Co., City. Money to loan on city property. Reasonable rate of interest and easy terms. Mountain States Building and W. W. Beck stead adv. adv. Loan Association, j agent. J Remember our Grocery Department. The price is right and the stock clean and up-to-date. Leader Hardware Store. adv. j I I I ! ; . I FREE Information Department This Department is Maintained for mutual benefit. g , t j it Will Tell You Where To Buy Forks. Header Repairs, Bolts, Where To Buy Water Tanks, Bags, Tank Pumps & Hose Where To Get All Kinds of Harvest Season Supplies l : ( ! j ! • Leader Hardware Company ' ! I Mrs. Adolf Classen and children j went to Ontario, Oregon. Sunday j morning, to spend the summer. Mrs. E. J. Twoomey and daughter Mildred spent Saturday in Pocatello. G. S. Widsteen of Rexbnrg spent Saturday and Sunday in American Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dutro spent Sun day in American Falls. Chas. Johnson Jr., left for Malad Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Grady went to Salt Lake City Tuesday. Newton Drake, of Filer spent Mon day in American Falls, enroute to Omaha, where he expects to enter a hospital and continue his studies as a M. D. Mrs. A. Harder, mother of Mrs. Peter Niessen. left Tuesday for But terfield, Minnesota. C. E. Tyler left Monday for Lava Hot Springs. hint for ty Mrs H. E. Ixing spent Monday in j Pocatello. lot C. B. Wheeler, Deputy U. S. Mar- will shall of Pocatello, was in American Falls Monday on business. it Frank Phoenix, of the Indian Springs that Natatorium, was In Pocatello Monday is on business. tlon la-o Morris and Fred Dashtell came from Pocatello Tuesday. C. Cherrington, U. 9. Revenue In spector spent Tuesday in American Falls. be -BUSTER" GETS NICK WRITE-UP FROM SCRIBES AT CAPITAL CITY Says He Holds Unique Position As Mascot of Troop "A"—Boasts Of His Drilling. the The following appeared under a cut of "Buster" Thornhill in the June 17th issue of the "Capital News" of Boise: "Buster" Thornhill, 10 years of age and son of Mess Sergeant C. C. Thorn hill of Troop A from American Falls, holds a unique position with that troop on the present encampment. Buster came along with the outfit as mascot and Is considered one of the best drilled youngsters In the coun try. He is capable of drilling the troop on the field and is said by some officers to be better fitted for taking charge of a troop than most non-com missioned officers. Buster ts a mem ber of the oldest troop in the First Idaho cavalry and went to camp at Fort Russell at Cheyenne, Wyo., Iasi year. The troops of Pocatello and American Fulls were the only two troops of cavalry in the state and they were «ent to encampment with the Utah cavalry. Regular army offi cers of the Fifteenth United Stales cavalry drilled Buster before the gov ernors of Utah ami Wyoming at tills encampment and every effort was made to catch the youngster In the drill. Some ol' the hardest drills in tile manual of arms were gone through to try and catch him in a false move, but It could not be done, lie is a vet eran of the world war, having served willi the home guard ut American Falls, lie was the only mascot allowed to take part in the recent parade held on Flag liny. Persons along the side walk remarked as to' his military bearing as ho rode by with the troop. He drills every day In the field ut the encampment with the other members of the troop and goes through all the maneuvers. liuster lias a complete uniform and equipment. A gun has been eut down to Ills size as near like tile army rifles as possible. He has a .22 automatic pistol in place of the army .45 and a saber. of of Are You A Mail Order Gambler? There are dozens of people In Pow er County who would he quite Indig nant were they accused of being gam blers and worst of all the kind that would gamble on a "sight unseen" proposition. Yet this 1 b in effect an accurate description of the one who patronizes the modern mall order house, in preference to the local mer chant. Why a person will place ills confi dence In a stranger and ignore a friend, and will trust the unknown rather than that whlcli Ih tangible, even the mall order houses can't flg But he often does to his own 1 ure out. loss us wi ll a« tlie loss of the coin-j munlty In general. When you read an advertisement In the Press do you look at the picture, | read the description, go to the post- j office and send the merchant a litter 1 with u money order sa)ing 'send me a stove und I will pay your man fitly j cents for delivering It." You go to the store, look at the Aiovc, examine It carefully and If you . . you buy it und peruups pay lor „. ,.t lull. i an you do thaï wan tin. ... you buy from tue mat No you do not. order g Kills The Town. thing that kuis a town is lacs . ,ne-y. A town , . .on aud the money possesseu by t „.Habitants is like the ji poiauon. if all the .,ut ot town the tow n soon cea»< » rive and eventually d,es. The ... that receives the ne that thrives, j i, u iid up I'ocate.iu or L.t.i , been is lo, spend your it, 'ibe way to make a pool t <jl American Kalis is to ng you can here and ouy everything so..., where else. s Just like a em - upttal ol none) Id l iont;y lis aine» lue way to Chicago, or money tow II ill « very t: : Oil ( ,1011,1.-» JOH VMIN J1L iN UAHltll.il III JM.U.AD 4.11(1. Maiud, iutt.— Monday evening at tux clock at ihe ho me ot tin Mr. and jii*. Jam®» thirty ! bride» parents, j McKay, tuoir daughter, Liucllla, and ! Ci,ar*er. S. Johnson w ere ii,..ed in tic ihe bride mainuiony. itioiy üontu ot .uvorutny an » *fcU Kuo -n tiert ana • it, u mummer of llm *oc*u HUtt. i* .»rpnoiD* of native bridegroom IK a ' American Falls, but *a» ! revenue n.an at Boise. I ceremony, a »upper was the family. The i«arly in July for Han Francisco, <"i where Mr. Jol.nron will en'er w. he working as a Following the enjoyed by roupie v. ill leave rhool. RE-SURVEY KORT HA AI. KX TENSION SEEMS ASSURED (Continued from Page I.) Swcndson. State Commissioner of Re clamation that W. F. Dietz, of the de partment of Indian Affairs had wired hint the proposition above stated. Mr. Swendson wired Mr. Baum thr.t the state had 9400 to back the project with and that it would be necessary for the Power Irrigation District to raise between 9600 and $800. money was quickly raised and the in formation wired to Mr. Swendson at Boise. The Contains Great Possibilities Local business men are backing the proposed extension strongly, with the realization that the project contains more ultmate benefits for Power Coun ty than the great dam and reservoir. While the latter developement will be lot direct benefit for a few years it will contain nothing of permanent direct value to the county except that it may provide water for some parts that are not now under irrigation. It is pointed out that the Power Irrlgn tlon District on the other hand will make highly valuable a section of the county which, generally speaking, has produced llttlo. It ts believed that In creased valuations approximating two million dollars would result, not to mention the annual yield that would be harvested from the land. RELIEF WORKERS BUSY A committee of relief workers have been busy the past week cutting out garment for the European Relief. Ijisi Saturday the committee, com posed of Mesdames J. T. Sykes, If. M. Myers, Joe Wagner and Harvey Ander son, met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Sykes, on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. M. Myers and Wed nesday the entire day was spent at the home of Mrs. F. E. Eichelberger COUNTY ASKED TO AID BELIKE I !\ STRICKEN COLORADO CITY A nationwide appeal for Immediate help to meet the urgent need« of more Ilian 7,000 stricken citizens was made June 15 by flood wrecked Pueblo through the agency of the American Red Cross. Conditions In the Colorado city are described In n statement issued by Governor Oliver Slump. the president of the Pueblo City Council, the presi dent of the Commerce Club and the chairman of the Pueblo Red Cross chapter, who ask for aid without loss of time. The American Red Cross lias auth orized all city and county chapters throughout the country to receive and forward contributions for Pueblo suf ferers. NOTICE Buy your Champion Header repairs now or you wont he utile to get any Ibis season. Leader Hardware Co. You bore mo to death said the iil fnlfu to tile weevil. Itsjclß-Jchns dbsfaj _i——— ? HE WHO GETS THE MOST SATISFACTION IN LIFE GETS THE MÖ5T SATISFACTION OU*f 'ÔP LIFE TOO. 1 utj \ V t — 23 7 v K- ; T ! | Drug Specials For Saturday and Sunday, June 25th and 25th 20c Colorite . Putnams Hat Dye. Pepsodent Tooth Paste ... Lister i ne . Bandoline . Ingrams Milkweed Cream Castoria. Lysol . Syrup of Figs. WHY BUY OUT OF TOWN? ■ 2()c :ihc 21c—42c I9c 38c 31c 19c 42c / Falls Pharmacy and Power City Pharmacy \\ Press Want Ads WANTED—To hear from owner of good ranch for sale. State caah price, full particulars. D. F. Bush, Minne apolis, Minn. Lost: June 6th, babys white coat between court house and Baptist church. Return to Press offlcs and receive reward. 6-17 6-24 FOR SALE—Combined Harvester. Baby Holt Side hill special. Id good shape. Will lake some cattle on trade. R. V. Tallanl, Rockland. Ida. 5-27 7-1 185. — WANTED—Listings of farm and city property. J. F. Kosanke and Co. Ad. FOUND—Gentleman's ring, at Nata torium. Owner may have same by identifying and paying for add. WANTED—Roomers and boarders. Inquire Mrs. George Cronkhite. Tel. HEADER FOR SALK One 12 foot Deertng header, almost new at a bargain. Also parts of same kind of header which waz run over by train, Including complete set of extra canvasses. Bank. Minidoka, Idaho. Inquire at Flrat National 6-17 7-1 CALL FOR BIDS Move Pleasant Valley School House 1 1-3 .miles, size of building 34x36 Bids open June 28th, two o'clock. MATT HENNE, Clerk of School District No. 17. 6-17 624 NOTICE t lie rdooii-Sprlinrf leid Hater Users Plottse he advised water will not hs turned off of canals on July 3rd as you have been previously notified owing to a sudden and unexpected drop of Hnuke river your board of directors Iihh decided in delay the date of turning out for at least one week you will receive further Information us lo exact dato of turning out through a later notice. Please keep In touch with the situation through the ditch riders who will lie supplied with all Information we can ■•cure, t Signed) LoHtor C. WALKER. 6-24 adv. FARMS IN Till: 0/IRKS OF tit KANSAS Good limestone land, grain forage, alfalfa, clover, grassi-H, fruits, vege tables, Ideal dairy and stock country. Fine springs, timber, fish, game, abundance of rainfall, mild climate, no malaria, no Negroes, good schools, a fast growing country, garden spot of Arkansas. Have well improved dairy ami poultry farm itiiMi acres. Joining good railroad town, can ex change for improved Irrigated farm in Idaho. NORTH ARKANSAS LAND CO. Avorton, Arkansas. 6-24 NEW MANAGER l> CHARGE REMINGTON GIIABYH LEAVE . — *r Former I'ruprleloi' />■ Alexander Ho» tel, Mult l ake City, Likes Aineri cun Falls. 11. O. Whitney Is the new proprietor of the Hotel Remington mi qc, aiding the Grady Brothers who left Monday for 9aIt Luke City. Mr. Whitney is an experienced Hotel man and Immed iately before coming to American Falls was proprietor of the Alexander Ho tel in .Sait Lake City. Ho likes Amert enn Fulls aud the prospects she lias in the wuy of Increased business through the activities of the Reclama tion Service Mrs. Whitney is expected to arrive sihmi from California where she has heal) spending the winter, The Gladys connected with the din ning room will ht ill continue to mun age that department and announce the of their special Sunday continuance dinners.