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No. 24_ No. 18. . No. 4.. No. 84. No. 6. .1:14 a. m. .9:38 a. m. _6:45 p. m .9:04 p. m. _11.40 p. m West Bound. No. 23. No. 83. No 19... No. 5... No. 17.. ...5:45 a. m -7:45 a.m. ..888 a m. —___11:51 a. m .6:46 p. m W. G. SHADE, Agent LOCAL, i APPEiwm. ; McCammon Morris returned to Mc Cammon Saturday after spending two or three days with the family of his brother-in-law, George. W. Morris. Jule Goertzen, manager of the Skaggs Gash Grocery, returned Mon day evening from Portland and Rain er. Oregon, where he visited his ents and friends. par Hon. D. W. Davis and David Burrel were in town Saturday morning from Boise. Governor Davis returned to the Capitol city that evening. H. L. Chapman, freight claim inspec tor for the Oregon Short Line, was In town Saturday on business. Mrs. Charles Allen and Miss Ceilings were In Pocatello Saturday. H. P. Thompson of Pocatello and J. E. Wilcox of Salt Lake, attorneys for the O. S. L., were In town Friday and Saturday. Bring your empty pails and have them filled with lard, either home made or packing-house, at 12>4c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market Adv. E. C. Manson, superintendent of the Short Line ,and C. W. Rickard, assist ant superintendent, and Hy. Crane, master mechanic, and Charles Klhler were in the city during the week to be present duriq^ the Barr suit against the short Una Don't forget to bring your empty lard pails to Blackburn's and get them filled with lard, home-made or pack ing-house, at 12%c per pound. Adv. O. E. Meinzer of the U. S. Geologi cal Survey, spent a few days in town during the week, leaving Monday for Lewi8town, Montana. Judge O. R. Baum left Monday for Soda Springs. Um! Yum! Fried springers Sunday at Remington. Adv.(Pd.) D. G. Best, chief dispatcher for the G. N. Railway, who has been visiting friends here, left Monday morning for Wolf Point, Montana. Special fried springers Sunday at the Remington. Adv. (Pd). Elmer Nye went to Gooding Sunday morning, returning Monday morning. Mrs. G. S. Wennstrom went shop ping to Pocatello Saturday. New Amoskeog Chambray house Adv. P. H. White and wife of Salt Lake arrived Sunday evening and are at the Hotel Remington. Cool and comfortable at the Rem ington. Dine here Sunday. Adv.(Pd.) Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis returned Saturday evening from Rupert. Alex Conrad Rehn of Chicago, who has been spending a few days with his brother in the Raft River country, left Monday evening for Ritzville, Wash., to visit the home of his par ents. The Grady's still have the Reming ton dining room. Dine there. Adv.(Pd) R. D. Wood, at present employed with the Falls Pharmacy, has recently completed the first three degrees of Masonary. Eat Sunday dinner at the Reming Adv.(Pd) F. A. and A. A. Beesley, of the Bees ley Music Company of Salt Lake City, were in town early in the week on a tour of the southern part of the state. J. H. Boyle, of Burley, spent the middle of the week in American Falls. O. H. Barber was in the city Monday for a few hours. , Choice light bacon 30c per pound. Heavy smoked bacon 25c per pound. Smoked shoulder 25c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market. Adv. Mrss. W. P. Tifield left for Logan on Tuesday. Her mother is serious ly ill. dresses $1.65 at Howland's. ton. Our New Brand of Hard wheat Flour MUSTANG v u 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. '4 On Sale At All Grocery Stores Oneida Mill and Elevator Company Distributors Miss Alberta Confer, who for the past two weeks has been visiting Miss Clarice Lowry of Rockland, and her brother. H. Confer, of Landing, return ed to her home here Monday. John Herre, of the Aberdeen Times, returned to his home town Saturday after assisting for two weeks at the Press office during the absence of Lieutenant George Adams who has been at Camp Brady. Boise. Mrs. J. T. Thiel and children, of Dillon, Montana, are visiting Mrs. Thiel's mother. Mrs. Laura B. Smith. Mrs. G. W. Angelly and daughter Myra expect to leave for Seattle to morrow to visit Mrs. Angelly's sister. Mrs. J. M. Van Housen. They will be away two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Nye and family are planning to leave Sunday for Yel lowstone Park. On the way they will be Joined by Mrs. W. S. Nye and family of Idaho Falls. Attorneys C. T. Cotant and W. C. Loofbourrow are motoring to Black foot and Shelley today on legal busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Oliver expect to join a Pocatello party the latter part of the week and spend their vacation in the Mackay territory with fishing tackle and camping outfits. A. C. Sullivan, of Salt Lake City, was in the city Thursday visiting with the Baum's and Olivers. Miss Lucile Rogers, of Logan, Utah, spent Saturday with Mrs. H. J. Gowans at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. W. W. Beckstead. Miss Esther Clark, of Brigham, Utah, cousin to Mrs. W. L. Oliver, is visiting the latter at her home in American Falls. She came Monday. Miss Myra Angelly gave a swimming party Wednesday evening at the "Nat" There were six guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dibble, of Red lands, California, are in the city visit ing their son, Barry Dibble, and fami ly. They arrived Friday evening for an extended visit. J. W. Collings and daughter Phillis went to Pocatello Wednesday where the daughter underwent a minor oper ation. They returned Thurssday even ing. Senator R. J. Handing, of M&lad, was In the city Saturday for a few hours. All women's and children's gingham and voile dresses half price at How land's. J. A. Kauffman spent last week in Yellowstone National Park. Mrs. D. A. Black went to Pocatello Tuesday. Mrs. DcWitt Brown was in Pocatello Wednesday. Adv. f- /A \ A % r iV«1 t\ '»TT A m ,i - I m JfM m % \ & .'on'K; Copyright 1921, Jnr.tren Knitting Mills ] SEE THE NEW JANTZEN BATHINti : SUITS IN BEAUTIFUL COLOB COMBINATIONS AT Howland's Mrs. S. N. Morris, of Rockland, went to Pocatello Tuesday on her way to Montana. R. Foster Lamm and sister returned Saturday evening from Boise and Caldwell and left Monday for Salt Lake in their car. Rev. J. E Baker left for Gooding Tuesday. Rev. C. L. Buckner, pastor of the M. E. church, is ill this week with ton sllitis. Mrs. M. E. Drake returned to Filer Tuesday. Fred Dashiel, of Pocatello, spent Tuesday in American Falls in the in terest ofthe Northern Grain Company. Ed Payne, representative of the Spokane Cattle Loan Company, spent two days in the city during the week loading two carloads of wool for Port land destination. E. S. Ball, wool inspector for the Oregon Short Line of Salt Lake, was in the city Tuesday. Glenwood, of the Idaho Power Com pany, and formerly of American Falls, spent the day here Wednesday. Mrs. W. T. Oliver left Wednesday for Idaho Falls to visit her daughter. Mrs. J. W. Hays. R. Foster Lamm, former assistant cashier of the First National Bank, re turned Wednesday evening from Salt Lake City. Mrs. Nellie Hanson, of the Tele phone Company, returned Sunday evening from Boise. Mrs. Joe Gish was In Pocatello Wednesday shopping. R. W. Manning, who has been reliev ing A. J. Watts, night operator, wont to McCammon Wednesday. Miss Edith Cooper, of Roy, went to Salt Lake CRy Monday evening to be with her sister who is ill. Mrs. Bert Blackburn was In Poca tello Thursday. Fred Bentz, who has been visiting i Silverware for Wedding Gifts iip . : it:! We have just added many dainty and ap propriate wedding gift pieces to our silver ware stock. You will be surprised at Just what can be bought at a moderate price in this line, as there has been a reduction in price since the first of the year. Before making your selections, allow us the opportunity to show you what we have. The Hallmark Jewelers. i:: : ■ ; ■ in m Coleman s The Hallmark Store. Quality Service ii: 'GRUEM Verl ThlrvWatcK ■ IIJU I . I MMW AUDITORIUM ] : t Thursday, July 7th Our own Idaho University Varsity Players presents something entirely new and delightful in the way of a cool summer show to the theatre-goers of American Falls on Thursday, July 7, when the Varsity Players of the University of Idaho will present the fatuous New York comedy, "Her Husband's Wife" at the Auditorium theatre. The Varsity Players are carefully selected from the large dra matic club at the university and present the vary cream of the vanity talent. This summer they are making a seven weeks tour of the northwest, playing the principal towns In Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon. "Her Husband's Wife" was selected from among the large number of plays submitted by eastern playrtght houses. The Players pay between $500 and $600 for the right to use "Her Husband's Wife" on their present tour. In deference to their own wishes, the Varsity Players will appear under their own management and not under ausHees of any student or alumni organizations, but they will have the active support of all university people in each town they show. Mack to normalcy prices of 25-55-65 will prevail for "Her Hus band's Wife." Advance seat sale will be held at Auditorium beginning now. "Her Husband's Wife" is an Ideal summer play with the Interest cleverly distributed between the characters and the situations in which they find themselves entangled. The plot goes back to the Garden of Eden which dramatists have persisted In regarding as good comedy material as well as tragedy dealing with the eternal, but never new triangle, but it presents the proverbial and unlooked for way. In this case, the wife actually selects another wife for her hus band—to take her place when she dies. "Her Husband's Wife," as given by the Varsity Players, proves conclusively that non-professional performers, when properly directed and producing a live, modern play, can successfully compare with professional productions and, in fact, surpass the average shows put on by road aggregations The play Is one of the most popular comedies of today. It was played in New York by Henry Miller and bis company and recently has been produced in many other large cities of the east, always with phenominat popular success. The Varsity Players pay $5<w for the right to produce it on their present tour. The plot is that of a foolish little wife who fears she Is going to die and seeks to find a "suitable woman" to take her place when she passes away. By various laughable means she manages to weave her relatives Into plans and before she is through with It she bas everyone, including her brother who Is engaged to the "suitable woman" in hot water. The alacrity with which her husband pays attention to the woman of ber selection adds much to the troubles of the little wife when she suddenly decides to change her plans The Varsity Players are making a seven weeks' tour of the north west. playing the principal towns of Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon. in American Falls for sereral days, left Wednesday evening for Ctncin-| nati. R. H. Smith, claim agent Cor the 0. S. L. spent Saturday in the city. EDITH IS FIVE The Fifth birthday of little Edith Cotant was remembered by 1er moth er, Mrs C. T. Cotant, who gave a party Wednesday. Bright costumes were worn by many of the guests who played games and enjoyed a delicious lunch and received many nice pres ents. The house was decorated with flags and roses. Little Japanese costumes were worn by Mildred Noth and Mllllcent Gessel who served the tea. Margarete Jeff ries and Rose AUvord represented Queen of Hearts and served tarts. Ethel Cotant as Little Red Riding Hood carried cake in a basket. Among the older people present were Mrs. J. L. Cotant. Mrs. Porter Mitchell, Mrs. Arthur West and Mrs. Pauline Cotant The little guests besides those men Ruth Barton. Shirley tioned were: Whittemore, Peggy Oliver. Roe© Alvord of Rockland, Eleanor West, Hasp) Pollard, Delpha Mehlaff, Adeline Mehlhaff, Milleaon Gessel. Julia Ges sel, Mary Noth, Margaret Jeffries. Ruth and Eleanor Morris, Cora Cotant Verna Fern Mitchell, Ann Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, and Winifred and Louise Sanders. ' E. D. Nye. manager of the Oneida mill and elevator, spent Saturday last in Gooding. Two boxes of Mauvls Cold Cream Adv. for 60c at Howland's. "N fm Always Kool At The Remington Why fuss over a hot stove cooking SUNDAY DINNER when our SPECIAL FRIED CHICKEN DINNER IS SO INVITING? Every Sunday Evening 6:30 to 8:30 (Mountain Time) MENU $1 THE PLATE Cream Tomato Soup Fried Chicken (Home Raised Springers) with new potatoes and new peas. Combination Salad or Radishes, Lettuce, Cucumbers or Sliced Tomatoes with French Dressing. Jello with Whipped Cream. Remington Cool, Clean and Comfortable j j Press Want Ads WANTED—To hear from ownei of good ranch for sale. Stats cash pries, full particulars. D. F. Bush. Minne apolis, Minn. a header which was run over by tratn - including complete set of extra Inquire at First National 6-17 7-11 FOR SALE—Combined Harvester. Baby Holt Side hill special. In good shape. Will take some cattle on trade. R. V. Tallant, Rockland. Ida. &-Î7 7-1 WANTED—Listings of farm and city property. J. F. Kosanke and Co. Ad WANTED—Roomers and boarders. Inquire Mrs. George Cronkhite. T*L lSf. HEADEK FOR SALE Oue 12 foot Deerlng header, almost new at a bargain. Also parts of same canvasses. Bank, Minidoka. Idaho. FO RSALE—One 14-foot cut Champ ion header In good condition. Also one hay rake. Bert Hager, American ' I Falla FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn hens. Good layers. W. A. Rowe, phone 180J5, 4*4 miles north of town. 7-i FOR SALE—Good Combined harves ter, used one year. Cut only 600 acres. Carl Rudeen, American Falls, Idaho. (Pal(d)* Closing Out Voiles We are closing out our stock of Voiles for the season at greatly reduced prices. We only have a few bolts left and they wont last long. If you want a Voile Dress get it now. 73c Plain Voile now.. 58c Plain Voile now. 69c Figured Voile now. 58c Figured Voile now.. .55c ,43c .58c .49c 0 .79c and 98c each Voile Waists. Crepe de Chine Waists.33 1-3 Per Cent Discount Georgette Waists. 33 1-3 Per Cent Discount .33 1-2 Per Cent Discount .33 1-3 Per Cent Discount Ladies' Suits.. Ladiess' Dresses Mosquito Bar 15c per yard, any color Thread, 4 spools for 25c. Golden Rule Merc, V, Overstock ot Electric Appliances AT BIG REDUCTIONS Complete your wet of handy electric household ap pliances—the low prices you have hoped for are here!— REDUCTIONS OF 20 PER CENT—AND MORE on all electric table appliances, table lamps and house irons for a limited time only Electric Round Grill; regular price, $14.00; special price, now Electric Coffee Percolator; regular price, $16.00; special price, now MILLER TABLE LAMP, SPECIAL $9,85 Electric Waffle Iron, regular price, $20.00; special price, now . Electric Toasters— Regular $7,50 Toaster, now Regular $900 Toaster, now ELECTRIC HOUSE IRONS, SPECIAL, 20 PER CENT OFF Certain odd lines are being closed out at striking re ductions—come early while the selection is complete. $11.20 $12.80 $16.00 $6.00 -$7.20 ELECTRIC SHOP IDAHO POWER CO. Good pasture with water. Inquire of Isaac Sheldon at Quigley. HEADER FOR SAIQ2—12 ft. Dur ing header, good working condition. George Bradshaw. MILK COW'S FOR SALE—Five good ones. George Braadshaw. FOR SAIJ3—Largo pump, pipes and Also 24-inch large storage tank, grindstone. Inquire Mary Franklin. CALL FOR BIDS. Pleasant Valley School District No. 16. Building school house. Sealed bids. Bonds must he given. Plans at office of County Superintendent Bids opened Saturday, July 9th, at 2 o'clock p. m. MATT HENNE. Clerk School District No. 17. 7-1; 7-8 FALL FOR BIDS. Fairvlew School District Nb. t*. Adding room to building and remodel ing old room. Sealed bids. Bonds must be given. Plans at office of County Superintendent. Bids will be opened Saturday, July 9th. at 3 o'clock p. m. F. B SCHARZ. Clerk of District No. 18. 7-1; 7-8. If you expect to borrow some money to build a home with, on the new townslte, call and seo W. W. Beck stead. He will tell you how ft lz dona. We have plenty of money to loan on American Falls real estate. Moun tain States Building and Loan Asso ciation. W. W. Beckstead. agent Adv.