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American Falls press. (American Falls, Idaho) 1907-1937, August 05, 1921, Image 4

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Local News
Mian Dorothy Schütz went to Poca
tello Wednesday.
Mrs. E. J. Twomeÿ went to Pocatello
and Lava Hot Springs Sunday.
Mrs. Earl Hutchinson and Mrs.
Win. Taysom of East Fork visited
American Falls yesterday.
The many friends of Mrs. M. Milten
berger will be glad to learn of the
rapid recovery after a surgical opera
tion at the Bethany Hospital
Mrs. W. P. Lund and family left
Wednesday for Eugene, Oregon, where
they will Join Mr. Lund and Sylbert
McClellan.
Mrs. Mary E. Oliver and children,
who have been visiting during the
■week st Greenwoods, Austins and
Myers, left Wednesday for Ogden.
E. M. Walker, court reporter for
Judge O. R. Baum was In the city Wed
nesday leaving In the evening for a
vacation to the coast.
Miss Esther Clark of Brigham, Utah,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Wm,
Oliver departed for her home Tuesday.
She was accompanied as far as Poca
tello by her Aunt and Uncle Mr. and
Mrs. Hyrum P. Frodsham of Rockland.
Misses Della Jones, Lenna Daniels
and Mary Price of Malad, who are at
tending the Tech at Pocatello spent the
week- end with Miss Mildred Evan*.
Mrs. Will Oliver and little daughter
Peggy are spending the week In Rock
land the guests of Mrs. Oliver's par
ents, Mr. and Mr». Hyrum P. Frod
sham.
Miss Norma Powell stopped over
with friends at this place on Monday
enrouto to her homo In Missouri, after
■pending her vacation with the family
of Prof. D. D. Diggers at Twin Falls.
Prof, and Mrs. Nathan G. Tolman and
children of Rockland panard through
American Falls yesterday enrounte to
their home, after a visit with relatives
at Idaho Falls, (.hey also toured Yel
lowstone Park while taking their va
cation.
Miss C'andance Adams left Hunday
evening for Boise to bo away two
weeks. While there she will he In the
office with It. M. Patrick who left for
Uolse last week.
Mrs. C. W. Fuller left Sunday morn
ing for hr former homo In North Man
chester, Indiana. She planned to stop
In Chicago on her way home.
H. F. Whitcomb, engineer for the
Great Northern Railroad Is here for
a few weeks consulting with engineers
Banks and Dibble with reference to
railroad problems that will have to be
solved In connection with the building
of the American Fulls Reservoir.
K,
t Changing Color of Birds.
The color of birds may he changed
to white by keeping them In a white
room, surrounded by white objects
and attended by persons dressed In
white, says a naturalist. However,
the third or fourth generation Is nec
essary before the bird's feathers are
all white.
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Eventually
You'll Come To Maynes
For Your Groceries
A great many folks have stopped "shop
ping around" for GROCERIES. Experience
has taught them the best and cheapest place
to buy. If you are still "shopping," why keep
it up until you are thoroughly satisfied as to
choice. We predict that, eventually, you will
end up by buying your GROCERIES of
SCRIMSHER AND MAYNE
During harvest time in particular, you'll
want to trade where your dollars will go the
farthest. You don't want to trade at three or
four different places either. A combination
of low prices, tested quality of merchandise
and a service always designed to satisfy YOU,
.makes our store particularly appealing at this
time.
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FOR AMERICAN FALLS TRAINS
Reeame Effeetlre Sunday, July Slut
Awarding To Aiimuinrimt-nt of
W. «. Shade.
The passenger trains Into and ou*
of American Falls will run on the fol
lowing schedule according to W. G.
Shade, local agent.
East II I û ne
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.9:38 a. m.
.8:45 p. in.
8:54p. m.
No. 24
No. 18
No. 4
No. 84.
West Round
6:42 a. m.
.8:22 a. m.
.8:56 a. m.
... 6:45 p. m.
No. 23 .
No. 83.
No. 19
No. 17.
Homed Sheep.
In their wild stale all sheep were
furnished with a pair of horns, but
the number never exceeded two until
some curious specimens were discov
ered In several Isolated sections of
Asia. These species had from four
to six horns, the upper set being the
largest, the other two being graduated
with the smallest ones Just above the
eyes. Curiously enough, the two lower
sets always curve upward, while the
large pair curl downward, as do the
horns of our domesticated sheep.
Huck Finn Wee Considered 'Harmful.*
It la Interesting to remember when
one sees "Adventures of Huckleberry
Finn" listed as one of the 30 books
necessary for all-around culture by the
New York public library, that when
the book was new, some 26 years ago,
the Boston public library and others
about the country refused to pince the j
book In the circulating departments.
The reason, as published, was that the
book would be harmful to the youth
ful mind.—Milwaukee Journal.
Could Allaviate mat.
"This patient also claims to have
a broken heurt." "Well, we can help
that, too. Give him that pretty nurse."
■—Louisville Courier-Journal.
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Patrolman Joe Bokau, who came
here from Bulgaria but is now a
member of the American Legion at
Toledo, has been notified that he is
sole heir to an estate of 3,600,000
lev Before the war this would have
amounted to $750,00*1 in American
money, but at the present rate of
exchange is $40,000 Patrolman
Bokau says, "I fought for this
country, and I'll stay and enjoy my
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Revised Version.
When Fashion enters the door, hill*
fly In the window.
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Big Purses Daily
The Fair Association offers $5 for each and every horse that is brought to
the Fair grounds and qualifies as a bucker. Bring 'em in.
The '49ers Will Be There
Big Cowboy Dance every night.
Music daily by Cowboy Brass Band.
Buckaroos Galore
the West and plenty of horses.
They're coming from everywhere
Military Parade and Review Governor's Day
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BIG BOXING AND WRESTLING EXHIBITIONS LAST DAY
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ALIAS SC .HUONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OK 1
THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND|
FOR POWER COUNTY. j
Petrel Mae Wayne, Plaintiff,
va.
Marion Harry Wayne, Defendant.
The State of Idaho Sends Greétlsgs j
To Marion Harry Wayne, the above
i .tamed defendant. |
You Are Hereby Notified, That a |
complaint has been filed against you in
the District Court of the Fifth Julicial
District of the State of Idaho, in and
for the County of Power by the above j
named plaintiff, and you are hereby di
rected to appear and answer the said
complaint within twenty days of the I
service of this Summons if served
within said Judicial District, and with
in forty days if served elsewhere and
further notfied that unless
you are
you so appear and answer said com
plaint within the time herein specified.
the plaintiff will take Judgment agansl
you as -prayed in said complaint.
An action for divorce. j
Witness my hand and the Seal o!
said District Court, this 3rd day o!
August, 1921.
(SEAL)
C. LEE FRENCH, Clerk.
liy MYRA ANGELLY, Deputy.
R. W. Jones, ,
Attorney tor Plaintiff,
Address: Pocatello, Idaho.
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HOWLAND'S
Plain White Wear
6 Cups and Saucers
6 dinner Plates .
6 Mush Bowls.
6 Fruit Dishes .
Vegetable Dishes....
6 Water Glasses ...
$1.50
$1.00
$1.50
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