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to noon 'l County News By Correspondent* From ROCK! AND ROY UNDING ARBON PROSPERITY DIST. NO 18. ter. Mr. of of and will ARBON NOTES. Mrs. Jerry Baker received word of the arrival of a granddaughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis at Salt Lake City, Sunday. Mrs. Davis was formerly Miss Ethel Johnston, daughter of Mrs. Baker. All concerned are doing nicely. Dr. Ray of Pocatello was a busi ness visitor In Arbon Thursday. Mr. V. E. McFadden of the McFad den Book Company of Pocatello vis ited the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Logan. Since the opening Monday morn ing of the chicken season the valley has had several carloads of chicken But huntsrs from various towns, chickens seem to be rather scarce. Several farmers are warning the hunt ers from hunting thetr fields. Mrs. George Williams who has been «luite 111 at her home here is improv ing. is ter ter Mrs. Ruth Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kvan», Misa Constance Evans motored to American Falla Sunday and to In dian Spring*. • *•• B. Jones of Pppetello visited of Mr. and iflf. 3Vèr Rummy at the home Mrs. Hy.öecrtst The little daughter •f Orville Affleck accompanied him back to Pocatello where their mother hM been with the little fcon of Mr. mad Mrs. Affleck. The little fellow baa been ill all summer and has been under a physician's care for several jppnUis. But it Improves Very slowly. Tiiyetr flame "Warden Wm. Hays of Pocatello spends a good part of hls time in the valley watching the hunt era since the season opened. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Talbot of Pooa tello were business visitors In Arbon the past week. Mias Thelma Rust of Pocatello Is -Visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. Mrs. Paul Rust, Mrs. Mr K. A. Logan, laiglia'* mother, spent the week end here There has been a scarcity of men in the valley to pick up straw and sucks, and Several farmers want men to do general work whatever Is re qui red of them. Oliver Foutz. the U. H. mull carrier brings several out a <lay, but they work from half a day to three or four days and nult, whtoh Is quite discouraging, when help Is need ed so bad. Gruln is going from 15 bushels to thlrty-flvo. Several acres were found to he frozen when they commenced cutting the grain. Mrs. D. Affleck and son John, of Ball imite City axe visiting at the home Of Mr. and Mr*. Hy. Secrtst and Mrs. Affleck's son Luvone, who hus been Jivng at the Secrist home the past year. Mr. «nd Mr*. Lance Roper of Chey enne, Wyoming, returned to their home after n two weeks' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs Walter Roper. Mr. J. K. Keeler purchased an In ternational Truck and ha* been busy freighting two trips a day to Schiller, where the Wheatgrowers Association grain Is being handled this fall. Mr. 8. C. Carter and son Harold went to Walla Walla. Washington, Saturday, where Mr. Carter was called owing to the serous Illness of his mother. went to Mulad Sal Mr. moved the Dr. Mrs Sunday land. M. to ing Thomas Halley went to Mulad Sal urday to confer with School Superln Mr. Bailey will teach this Thomas la a non tendent. year nonr Holbrook of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bailey of Arhon mid graduated from the eighth grade here a few years ago, and has been attending (he University In Logan, Utah, since. This Is hls first year leaching and hls many friend* wish him success. Chsrles Allard, son of Mr. nml Mrs 'Wm. Allard of A bon will teach at the Pauline school this term, finished tho graded school here at Ar Ho attended the Idaho Technical shop. her ter H. tello ■'Old CharloH bon Institute and the University at Mos cow, Idaho, the past two years und the Lewiston Normal this summer. We wish our two young men success in their new undertaking. Mr, and Mrs John MScCluusky of Po catello visited over Sunday and Mon stay at the homo of Mr. sud Mrs, Lo Mrs. Mrs. In and lean gan. LANDING NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Hearn,.parent» nml brothers, Howard of C'arse Beam and Fourteen and sister Gladys visited at hls home Saturduy and Sunday. Their home being at Jerome. Idaho. They said crops looked fine even ■we didn't Irrigate. Misses Lilian und Crystal Ottoson Jullett, Idaho, are visiting thetr Aunt Mrs. Everette Hendrlch and Uncle Wm. Claassen for a short Une before achool starts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt are the proud parents of a fine big boy, horn 1! ot MUSICIANS Save Money on Musical Instruments nud »applies by Dealing Dlreet With Factory Representative. F HE K Send me the name» of five, musi cians of your city (mention the instru ments they play) and I will mall you a Master violin string, genuine Italian gut, tested, or a saxaphone reed. t\ G. Conn and Master Saxaphone* and Baud Instruments Burt Gamer Pocatello, Idaho. Mut» Bldg. to them Wednesday, Aug. 17. father expects a harvest hand soon. Mother and child doing fine. James W. May was a visitor In American Falls Thurday afternoon. Mrs. Everett Hendrlch and nieces Misses Lillian and Crystal Ottoson motored to Rockland Tuesday after noon shopping. Several farmers have finished har vesting their fall grain, but as the spring grain is later It gives them a chance to get their straw up for wln The ter. Jack Bade is harvesting Jim Kem per's wheat this week. Jack has fin sshed his harvesting. The relatives that attended the funeral of Edith May Groom were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bright, Mrs. C. L. 8cott, Mrs. Fred Forbes, Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis, Earl and Marion Bright of Roy, Idaho. The Lading school will start the first of September. Mrs. Cora Darling of Rockland will teach the higher grades and Mrs. Will Hartley of Landing will teach the lower grades. ROCKLAND ITEMS. Mrs. E. E. Perry returned to her home from Salt Lake City where she attended the funeral of her little nephew, Clark Perry. Ed. Hartley and wife of Roy were Rockland visitors Monday. Mrs. Budge returned to her home in American Kalis after visiting a week with her mother Mrs, Joseph Alien. Miss Vera White left Thursday for Brigham City where she will visit re latives and friends. Frank Crosier and wife were In Rockland Saturday, buying harvest supplies. Ray Taylor went to Twin Falls last week after his new car, Mrs. Arthur Muutz of Brigham City is visiting at the home of her daugh ter Mrs. J. A. Ralph. Mrs. Ray Taylor. Mable Jensen, Bert Adams and John Flnnis were American Falls visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moss and daugh ter Clara were Rockland visitors Sat urday. Mrs. E. C.Taylor was a Pocatello vis itor Wednesday. Mrs. J. H, Clark and son Ivan of Roy Rockland visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs William Freeman were Pocatello visitors Wednesday. Mrs Nettle Post, Mrs. B. C. Taylor and Miss Ruth Harris were enter tained at dinner Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Hugh Logan. Dr. and Mrs. V. G Logan of Amerl Ftiils were Rockland visitors Sat R. a were can hrduy. . „ , Mrs. Hazel Howard Grant of Brig ham City is visiting at the home of D. Ray Moss. Miss Cassia Jensen spent the week Bonnell. a G. at body Mrs. man rest are We Harry Knott, wife and daughter American Falla visitors Sunday, A little daughter arrived at the home M. and Mrs Aille Ralph August 13. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Peterson wore American Falls visitors Sunday. DnvU and children or Downey, Utah, are visiting at the home Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Walker. Oladye Adams spent the week end with Clarice Lowery. Mrs. John Curl returned to her home In Pocatello Saturday after spending a few days at her mothers Mrs. Peter Llah. . , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webb of Kimberly moved to Rockland Sunday to spend the winter. Dr. and Mrs. Erwin and Mr. and Mrs Van Meeks of Pocatello spent Sunday hunting birds south of Rock land. M. W. Cook and famllp have returned to their home n Rockland after spend ing the summer In Holbrook Mr. k " h " m .. . " Miss Cassia end with Mrs. Vera Bonnell. Tom Alvord and Sadie Knight of Blackfoot wore guests at the home of Mrs. WUkenson Sunday. Bishop Andrew May and wife were Pocatello visitors Wednesday. Dr. Noth of American Falls made a professional visit to Rockland Thurs day. Earl Darling returned to his home Friday after a short visit to Malad City. wore 0* fine, Mrs. Ann of s— I shop. Miss Margaret Newman returned to her home In Utah after visitng her sis ter Mrs. Oliver Hutchinson. H. », Walker Jr. und wife were Poca tello visitors Wednesday. Tho following people attended the ■'Old Folks" dinner and celobraton at S. N. Morris. Pocatello Auguts 17th: Mrs. John Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. John Kllnson. Ed. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. David Hllhouse, J. W. Frodsharn and Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Peck. K. Josephson and daughter Rosalind spent the week at their home In Rockland. I Miss Alice Sptllett# returned to her j home n California after visiting frieuds | and relatives In Rockland and Amer lean Falls. Mrs Doyou know you can roll 50 Mfiod cigarettes for fOcts from bag of one a GENUINE BullDurham TOBACCO to on of I to I GRADUATE SELLS PAPERS THEN LANDS JOB] ill a m r Nil ■ il lli % fjlu ! " w % x i / / [ - w. n Armand T. Gaudreau oi Bostoif graduated from the Univevuty of Maine last spring. The other day he appeared on Boston streets, wear ing college cap and gown—and selling papers. He said he was domg it because he would rather cat steak than doughnuts. The silver lining to it all was in the many offers of suitable jobs which came as Use resa* pi his courage in going through with the drastic act. of a Mrs. Earl Bailey of Cylon, Minnesota, has been visiting the past week with Mrs. R. N. Taylor. C. B. Taylor and Bll Taylor of Filer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Taylor last week. Miss Lassie Jenson was and Ameri can Falls vlstor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jenson of Logan, Utah, arlved In Rockland Monday to visit friends and relatives. A large crowd attended the dance Monday evening held at the L. D. S. meeting house. Marlors Traveling orchestra turntshed the music. All had a jolly good time. A hunting party consisted of the following people Sunday: Ed. Morris. Harry Morris, Roy Cowman, Louise Richardson, Jim Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Webb, All report a good time and fine hunting. Miss Marlon Morrlshead of Ogden, Utah, Is vising trends and relatves In Rockland. Millie Nelson rethrned home Wed nesday after spending the summer in Hausen visiting realtlves. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cowman of Po catello are vsltlng Mrs. Cowman's mother and father Mr. and Mrs. H. D. G. Cox of Roy. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Congregational church over the body of little Eva, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Grooms. Rev. J. E. Cow man officiated and the bodyavas laid to rest in the Rocklandt cemet»y. Freuds and relatves of truseell Rock are glad to have him with thedn again. We are glad he Is feeling soTIne since having underwent an operation for appendicitis and is able to be on his ranch again. 13. or a WITH HOttK-FULKS IN BOISE. Dr. Noth, looking and feeling very fine, was In the city last week. C. Y. Wlhson, representative of Po catello grain company, was in town over last Sunday. He in company with Ernest Anderson and family visited = __ s mm I and Save Time and Money HIIIIII!llllllllllllllllllllll!l!!lll!!llll!ll!l!!!!!l!ll!!!lll!!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIiü » HI I A Granary You Can Move The Boise Payette Portable Granary can be drawn to any part of the farm, and there foi e it is highly economical. When the threshers are in action in the field this granary will save a lot of your time and the use of high priced sacks. It's an inexpensive, convenient and practical way to handle grain. CAREFULLY PLANNED _ — —; ==; — jg= ss EEs == == Our knowledge of the needs of a farm, com bined with our experience in all phases of building, has enabled us to design a granary that will give long and satisfactory service. Inter-locking corners and heavy skids are fea tures of this strong granary. EASY TO BUILD We will furnish free of charge complete drawings and specifications for the kind and amount of lumber to be used in the construc tion of this portable granary. It oan be built in any size best adapted for your own purposes. Simply constructed—quickly built. Come in and talk over this economy with our sales manager. H. M. Perry, Sales Mgr., Am. Falls Yard Boise Payette Lumber Co. Arrow Rock Dam Sunday morning, where Mr. Wilson was surprised to find the Palmer family, who had also gone up for a Sunday's outing. Mr. Kramliek and some of his store associates, went to Pocatello Saturday evening to attend a business meeting of the Skaggs company. Harvey Beatty was in the city on business one day iiaat week. Mr. and Mrs. Kiler accompalned Mr. and Mrs. Semon on a fishing trip to Lake Lowell last Sunday where they pioknlcked for the day. They report a good catch. Mis Grace McKinley began work at the State House last Monday morn ing as secretary for Ur. Almond, medi to «II I 1 El IT 57*1 1 TMV Sl uc rc a iceo SAmrv vou* IrteiwouM. TASTf. Po SOOWCPgfJ cal adviser in the Public Welfare De partment Mrs. Dubois Nichols came up from American Fails last Tuesday and Is visiting Mrs. Kramliek. She ekpecta to leave for hctoe Thursday of this week. Arnold Kemper traded his five acres on the bench for city property and is moving into town this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross, formerly of Am. Falls, now of NCw Plymouth, accompalned by their mother Madame Gross, and a sAster, Kitty Gross, of Denver, stopped is at the Skaggs store to ask after old ftlends, th^ first of the week. They were on their way home from a trip through Yelcrwstone Park. Miss Grace McKinley was a gUest last Wednesday afternoon at the Wed ding of Miss Eva Minear, of Burley and Charles Overstreet, also o< that place. The wedding took place at Christ's Episcopal church of Boise, and was I witnessed by relatives and a few close' friends. Refreshments were served after the ceremony at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Laura Minear, Look What $9 Will Do DURING SEPTEMBER! It WiD Put a New Thor or Auto-Malic Wash er in Your Home Beginning September 1st, you 1 will have an opportunity to buy a Thor or Austo-Matic Electric Washing Machine for an unusually small cash payment, easy monthly tenus and at greatly reduced selling pricesi Each of these two good electric washer» is a recognized leader in its class. Your money cannot buy electric washers that will give you longer years of satisfying service: How Many Rubs in the Average Washing for a Family of Five? $70 in Prizes Offered to Three Best Guessers Here Is a chance for you to further reduce the price of a new electric washer, or any other electrical' appliance. By actual count, the number of rubs in a washing for five people has been determined. This number is sealed' and: the envelope will not be opened until September 10, when-the con test closes. First prize will be $8.') allowed on the purchase price of any electric appliance to the person gues sing nearest to the number of rubs. Second prize will be $25, and third prize will be $10 on the purchase price of any electric appliance. CONTEST CLOSES SEPTEMBER 10TH. Fill out the coupon below and mail or bring it to any Electric Shop of the Idaho Power Company. CUT HERE I guess the number of rubs in the average' washing for five people to bo. Name V Date. Town Street or R, F. D. Idaho Power Co Electric Shop f/i )\ i TIRES v y •^by dealer* Sold only The best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads RED-TOP Extra Ply — Heavy Tread 30 x 31 $22.00 Reduction on alt styles and sizes A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product 1 eleventh Awd Wasiugtott. Karl Kardfpf stepped on a broken bottle hidden In the grass last Friday 2k and cut a deep gash in his foot. He was several blocks from home and had to walk acros some sanded streets, which filled ,the wound with sand, necessitating, under the doctor's hand, some very painful scourhtg. 'Three stitches had to be taken to close the wound. As no anesthetic was admin- istered the operation proved very' painful—to all concerned. After three or four days confinement, practically in bed. he is able to be around again, and a pair of crutches offer sufficient novelty and entertainment to make the occasion seem almost worth while, » Schlitz, was operated on last Thursday . ^ or Appendicitis^ A" baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Durkee Saturday. HOSPITAL NOTES, Miss Reba Hautzioger at Rockland, had a slight operation on one of her feet Wednesday, J. Ef> Haines, brother-in-lair of Dr.