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of 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. ... 6:45 a. m -7:46 a.m. .. 828 a. m. .11:61 a. m .._.6:46 p. m W. G. SHADE, Agent. in G H. to in LOCAL 1AJPPEMNG. ! Rev. Augistine Felder returned to Pocatello Monday morning. Lennie Skaggs passed through American Falls Monday on his way to Twin Falls where he has charge of a chain Grocery store. G. F. Summerhays of Summerhays and Sons left Monday morinng for Blackfoot. While here he loaded a car of wool for Boston. Wilford Bennion returned Sunday from Twin Falls. Mrs. Mae Gilcrist, who has been visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Zimmerman, returned to her home in Spokane Tuesday. The Misses Alice and Freda Howard returned Tuesday morning from Po catello following a visit with relatives. Wm. Barnhart and Mrs. Lon Mc Kown came up from Pocatello Tues day. J. W. Scott went to Pocatello Tues day. Mrs. Ben Davis and son returned to Pocatello Tuesday after visiting a week with friends and relatives. Mis Evangeline Novotny, who has been visiting with her brother Wm. and family left for Idaho Falls Tues day to viait relatives. Burl Gieh went to Soda, Springs Tuesday to visit, friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fitzpatrick and party returned from Yellowstone Park Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Fuller expects to leave Sunday for Bollver, Indiana. She will be gone several months on an extended visit with her parents and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Dibble and Mrs. J. C. Fitzpatrick left Thursday evening for Redlands, California. Mrs. Alvin Rosander returned Thursday evening from Chicago after an extended visit with relatives. John W. Allen went to Ogden Mon day evening on business. Heavy Smoked Bacon 26c per lb. Light 30c. Picnic Hams 23c. Black burn's Meat Market. Adv. 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. Bring your empty pails and have them filled with lard, either home made or packing-house, at 12%c per pound. Blackburn's Meat Market. Ad. ■. Dr. Evans, the Optician frbm Twin Tp'* Falls, will be at the Remington Hotel * next Monday, August 1. We bake fre quent visits to your city, fit glass cor rectely and attend each case one year. J. T. Evans. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thornhill de parted this morning for their home at Champaign, Illinois. They were ac companied as far as Ogden, by their niece and nephew Lucille and Buster Thornhill. * Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sherman of Sac remento who have been visiting their father and mother here left Thursday morning for Sacremento. Mrs. H. W. Kelly went to Pocatello Thursday morning. Ray D. Wood returned Thursday morning from Pocatello on train num ber 83. Mrs. C. W. Farmer and Mrs. Bohlson went to Pocatello Thursday. Cyril Stanger returned to Lava Hot Springs yesterday after a few days j with his parents here. * 7 treatment for rheumatism. John Allen returned Thursday morn- , ing from Ogden adn Salt Lake City. He is taking i Blistering Hot Weather I I Precludes the idea of 4 cooking fancy dishes 3 .v.d pastry at honu j] The sizzling hot sun ! j fairly boils the atmo- 3 sphere making a quiet 4 day in the shade a lux- j ury indeed. 3 By patronizing .41 Block's your day will be made quiet from cook-!;: ing and worrying over the hot stove. We can not furnish you with shade, but we can fur nish you with the time to look for it. 1 : • Buy at LOCK'S AKERY B « * ^ Fred Block, Prop. E. P, Shipley who has been visiting relatives here returned Thursday ev ening to Ogden. J. H. Enz. who has been principal of the public school at Mora and who has been visiting friends at Aberdeen left Monday evening for Palo Alto where he will enter Stanford Univer sity. He was accompanied by his wife and child. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Beck stead were in Pocatello Saturday. Miss Nina Weaver, sister of Mrs. P. G . Hanson, arived Sunday evening from Powers. Oregon. Miss Isaac and Miss Myrtle Cole man went to Pocatello Saturday. John Buor, expressman at the depot, went to Nampa Saturday evening re turning Sunday to visit his wife and family. Miss Edna Ford went to Pocatello Saturday. Rocco De Julius, section forraan. lostp his infant child Friday. Burial was made in the cemetary at Pocatello. Atlas Crowder went to Pocatello Sunday. John Williams, left Sunday for Day ton, Oregon, called by the serious ill ness of his mother. G. W. Shirtley, fruit man from Cald well Idaho, returned Sunday after a business visit to the city. W. J. Milliken, collector for the I. H. C. went to Pocatello Sunday. Rev. Wesley Miller spent Sunday in American Falls returning Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Abercrombie went to Pocatello Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dutro of Pocatello spent Sunday in American Falls. David Burell left Sunday morning for Gooding after spending the day in American Falls. Jule Goertzen, manager of Skaggs Cash Grocery went to Pocatello Sun day. L. C. Runnion, employed with Skaggs at Boise, came in Sunday and returned Monday morning. The daughter of U. R. Smith, return ed to Gooding Monday after spending Sunday with her father. If the party who took steel fish ing rod from the spring at Roy Nel son's Ranch will return same they Adv. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Baker of Boise are guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M Myers. R. M. Patrick went to Boise Tues day evening. Victor Jones, etomologist for the Extension Department of the Univer sity of Idaho left Tuesday for Moun tain Home after a conference with County Agent Morrell. Mrs. Harriet Wilson went to Poca tello Wednesday. P. J. Leonard left Wednesday for Paul, Idaho, where he will relieve the station agent during the latter's va cation. Miss Dora M. Rice arrived Wednes day evening from Los Angeles and left Thursday evening on the return trip. While here she visited Mrs. Della Reed and Mrs. Alexander. Miss Alice Denney left Wednesday morning foy Blackfoot. J. T. Fisher and L. L. Evans went to Pocatello Wednesday. Mrs. Myron Foster returned to Blackfoot Wednesday after visiting friends here. She came down Mon day with Mr. Foster who returned the same day. John St. John brother to T. E. St. John arrived Wednesday evening from Omaha. Johnson Clark went to Twin Falls Wednesday returning in the evening. will avoid trouble X X 444444+-H-H-:-W4--H-H ++*••• Let's :: Swim V i v :: I X I Indian Springs. Natatorium 4 3 j] j 3 4 j 3 -. « • One of the largest and best apportioned Nata toriums in the North west. .41 j .. Only four miles south of ;; American Falls, * | :: :: Free Camp Grounds for | : I Tourists. • • American Falls Natatorium « • Co. •+++++++++ v-W-M-M J. T. Fisher left Thursday morn ing for Shoshone and Jerome. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thornhill return ed Wednesday from Nampa and will spend the week with their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thornhill before making their return trip to Champaign, Illinois. Mrs. Minnie Jones of Palo Alto, Cal ifornia. and Mrs. W. B. Tourney of Fort Collins, Colorado, sisters of Mr. A. L. Johnson, have been here the past ten days visiting. They left Wednesday evening for California. Diednick Kuch who for the past sev eral months has been at Filer, Idaho, has returned to be in the vicinity of American Falls through harvest. Miss Estehr Clark of Brigham, guest of Mrs. Will Oliver is visiting friends in Rockland this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sprague of Rupert are visiting relatives here. Mrs. John Wheeler of Rockland spent last week end with her daughter Mrs. O. F. Crowley. Good quality mixed candy, 20 cents a pound. Howlands Variety Store. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keogh of Rex burg spent Tuesday in American Falls enroute to their farm at Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Saunders. Mrs. S. H. McCullough and Mrs. Fred Eg gers are visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cox of Buhl. Mrs. Charles Hammock and children went to Pocatello Monday to see Mrs. Hammock's brother C. Ê. Clute who left Thursday for his future home In California. Mrs. Susie Bevans is ill in the Poca tello hospital with pneumonia. She became ill three weeks ago and was only taken to Pocatello last Friday. Mrs. C. M. Confer is with her. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Harrlman and sons returned Thursday from a tour of Yellowstone National Park. They are stopping at the Hotel Remington. The next few weeks will be spent in the vicinity of American Falls accord ing to Mr. Harrlman. J. SID STUART WILL BUN VUE INLAND GRAIN ELEVATOR Sid Stuart, who for several years has been employed with the Zarlng Grain Company will assume the man agement August first of the Inland Grain Company's elevator In American Falls. Mr. Stuart succeeds Charley Goss who it is reported will become connected with the Idaho Wheatgrow ers Association. f Grain Bags We are ready to supply you with New Calcutta Grain Bags At the low price of 8c Order now at Oneida Elevator & r— V How did you buy Your Automobile i v ! x x I Worn, cheap cars cost more to keep than new ones, and take twice as much care. So with scrub tires. A cheap tire means short life and many repairs. For with tires or automobiles you get no more than you pay for. Use the Miller average as your guide. Our 15,000 mile cords are always worth their price because they are uniform. Resolve now to get better mileage. Buy tires that give it. The way to judge them is by cost per mile, not per tire. Miller in three years has More than doubled the mileage, and cut the cost per mile in two. Try one now opposite your favorite, then hereafter buy the tire that wins. X £ « • • Ÿ! X f ¥ Local Power City Garage, 'Dealer - • • - - MILLER i * • f GEARED-TO-THE-ROAD At QJlj* QUturrfyrB i LUTHERAN CHURCH July 17—Services in English at 11 o'clock. July 24—Services In German at 11 o'clock. Sunday school every Sunday, be ginning at 10 a. m. No services July 31. Is it your custom to attend some church on the Sabbath day? If not. you are not a true follower of Christ, for in Luke 4, 16 we are told that it was Hts custom to attend divine ser vices on the Sabbath. No other cus tom will benefit you more. "Be ye followers of Him?" METHODIST CHURCH. Chester L. Buckner. Minister 10:00 Sunday School, S. H. Mc Cullough. Supt Subject "A Year's Teaching in Antioch." 11:00 Morning Service. Sermon "Stewardship in Dally Living.". Evening service will be at the Bap- j tist church. We are planning chorus and special music. Come out and help make It a success. Rev. Ford will be the speaker. lng j . " I J. L. D. S. Teacher's training class 9 a. m. Sun day school 10 a. m. Sacrament meet ing 11:46 Sunday In charge of Bishop J. W. Colllngs. Primary association at 3:00 p. m. every Friday, and Re lief Society every Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. M. I. A. meeting 6:00 p. m. Sun day. BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH. 10 a. m. Bible School, Prof. War was, 3upt. Mrs. Ford. Primary Dept, and Cradle Roll. 11 a. w. Morning Worship. Ser mon by the Pastor. Theme: Night on the Galileean Sea." 7 p. m. Young Peoples Hour. Four young ladles will discuss four parables an give the lessons. Methodist Young people invited. 7:46 Vesper Service. Peoples meet ing. Baptist and Msthodit congrega tions will unite. A union chorus will sing. Rev. R. E. E. Penner, recently conducting an educational campaign along Bible lines to crowded houses In Aberdeen, will speak on "8even Bles sings of the Christian Life." Stop and Think! God's Word and God's Day call attention to God's Wor ship. If we are to spend an etlrntty with Him we should get better ac quainted with Htm here. ... "A Press Want Ads j WANTED—To hear from owner of good ranch for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. Bush. Minne apolis, Minn. AUTOMOBILE SPRINGS—For all makes of cars at Abercrombie's biack Adv. smith shop. HEADER FOR SALE—12 ft. Deer lng header, good working condition. George Bradshaw. FOR SALE—Large pump, pipes and Also 34-lnch large storage tank, grindstone. Inquire Mary Franklin. HELP WANTED—Man to run com blued harvester. M. E. Walker, Rock land, Idaho. Telephone. ♦ . FOR SALE—Small Threshing out I fit, tractor and separator cheap. L. 7-29 8-6 J. Feulner, American l'alla, Idaho. AUTOMOBILE SPRINUÜ— For alt makes of cars at Abercrombie's black smith shop. Adv. FOR HALE—Deertng binder In good condition. Phone 177J4, O. M. Hall, _ 7-16; 7-29 munntmmm t mnmtm 111 mi nmmtt Autumn & Winter 1921-1922 Announcement .... ... The choicest Suitings and Overcoatings for the new season are now being shown. This half thousand novelty and staple woolens is a moat complete assortment re presenting the highest achievement in quality, Beauty. Novelty and Style and in addition all guaranteed absolutely 100 per cent all pure wool. Garments made here express character because they are expertly cut and hand-tailor in this establishment in a thoroughly compe tent manner interpreting the very latest fash ions. You can depend on receiving the best ser vice, service that is guaranteed to be satisfac tory. Cordially you are personally invited to drop in soon even if for only a friendly visit. ::: C. F. Dahlen Tailor a L 4 V it 4k: i M ! / ■i ■t Fabrics Cords EDUCTION in Fis!: prices doe a not mean a lowered quality. Every Fisk Tire, large or small, is a standard Fisk Tire. Present low prices are on tires which have made the name Fisk famous for quality and mileage. There is no better tire value in the world than a Fisk Tire at the present price. R } Sold only by Dealers PAGE FIVE MILK COWS FOR SALK—Five good one*. George Braadshaw. *4 7 « GENUINE BULL *<* DURHAM tobacco makes 50 fl ood ciflarettes for 10c