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FAREWELL TO FBTI.NIH« HERE
Pastor RMaraiDK to Go»iIin* tm- Open
w of •Srfcool—Litas LAwrlran
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Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Hutöoicr tike
American Falls aufl vtppredt« the co
operation shown la their work, ac
cording to tin aettHi below. e/Mrcssed
to the readers of the Press. fHie letter
**Mr and Mrs. C. 3.. Buckner wish to
express their -apiweclatloii for the
kindness shown tm and ma family
tT: _ __- -<w t,
dnfing otrr woTk win tnmn
1 In the fine way they cleaned
and furnished the parsons*;, which
made' a very loX place^Tlive and
meet the people.
2. In the Wild open -spirit they
have shown to us ae we have worked F.
among them.
3. In the way they have-opened up g
their homesAo-ns.
4. For the many good things they
have given, hrougm and osni to the
parsonage.
,2 * ne me Ve
6. For your' support and help in
preparing and serVrag the tamqnet*
given in the ehwreh
7. For the very fine cooperation of
everyone In making Hie Union meet
lags a fine success.. EspereTH the
Chorus who have spent of »h«rtT vsl
uable time in practicing and rfJgnlng
for us.
chLH.™ ZZ ami
were all of a mind to w«rk.
9. For the fine splrtt of the «nt
side friends who have worked -so
faithfully *nd have heltwd so much
■with their means to bring this eon
ference year to a very "fine close. |
We hope thisgomi wtfl and ftaj
great Tea/TAn^HoT klls «O
next conference year
CMTOSTKR L BUCKNER,
Minister Methmltat Church.
CAMPHTTE ROSTER
rXTANimUS FAST
(Continued from Page 1.4
J, G. Hendrix, R. E. Hendrix, Zeln
Hendrix, Zenn Hendrix, Carl Hendrix,
and Eunice Hendrix, Fttlrfax, Okla.
J. T. Pnrker and family, Manhattan,
K. E Ruddock, Custer, S.
Kansas.
Dakota. Mr. and Mrs W 3. Baldwin
and baby, Chndron, Nrbr. Miss Vert*
Trumbull, Mrs. L. M. Trumbull. L. EL
Trumbull slid fnther, from ChadroR.
Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hell rock,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe (liugTlch end two
chllden, Chappell, Nehr.
E. 0. Davis, Dr. 0. W. Davis, Her
bert A. Davis, Ruth T. Davis, Wini
fred S. Dsvls, Alma Davis, Ruth Allen
Dnvis, Burley, Idaho. Mr and Mrs. J.
T. Dedrlch. Florence, Kansas. Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Little, Mnrguerilo, John
and Fresno Little, Golden, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. tiendrlok. Boise,
Ida John JAttle, W. C. Glffln and
Party, to Twin Falls. Mr. and Mrs.
lister P. Brunner. Clarence A. Brun
ner, Park Place, Ore. Mr. and Mrs.
'M. S. Jolley, Provo, Utah M. A. Jolley
and Jessie Jolley, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Griffith, Maxine Griffith. Hi Joseph.
Mu. I A. Ross, Chico. Cfillf. R. P.
King, Rupert, Ida.
King, Rupert, Ida.
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TURN ON THE LIGHT
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. A nameless dread

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You wake in the night with a start
K rips you. A board creaks, a curtain rustles, a shadow
creeps. Your flesh crawls, your hair tingles. With a
preme effort, you turn on the light, and—nothing there.

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Three vears ago this nation was winning great vic
tories. Today a fog of fear has crept over the land. 1 host
it grips, it paralyzes. Because of it, manufacturers am
merchants can not plan sensibly, nor work effectively.
They can only worry what may happen if—
Let's face this thing. Turn on the light! . . . nothing
there Trees are growing, the trains are running, people
are buying bread and underwear and frying pans as of old.
And there's a huge crop of wheat—new wealth—coming
in.
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This is no Pollyanna advertisement. Business is not
so Rood as it was, and it isn't going to get better over night.
But, by the same token, it is going to get better a whole
lot better, and just as fast as individual firms make it bet
ter for themselves.
Look suuarely at the facts, instead of at imaginary
hobgoblins. Clear your vision, straighten your thinking.
You can not escape the fact that, with a good product at
a fair price, the one remedy is strong selling effon 1 liât
means advertising. And that means the
AMERICAN FALLS PRESS |
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NEWS OF RECORD.
i August 12th, 1921.
The Devereaux Mortgage Co. to Got
I tlelb Martach, Release.
Celia F. Beliack to Gottleib Martach.
Release.
The Devereaux Mortgage Co.
Christian Zimmerman, Release,
y p Beliack to Gottlelb Martach,
RelpaBe
JnQ w u|)4rnia vs w P La
August «th.
Hunger Marginal
}^ vl Jonea 7, " j
release of Lia PendeDB.
Sylvia Twomey et vir to United
States, Warranty Deed IjiUi 1 to 25,
Block 21 Original TownslU, American
Falu - Idaho ' |7660 00 '
Western I>oan & Building Co. to B.
F. Sprague, Release.
Martha Halef Smith to Arthur A.
g m ith, Warranty Deed NW l A SJfiVi.,
NVfc HW'4, SE'A SW'A »-7-3«.
N p li()nnel , et ux ^ JiUueB R.
Moore WarrHn |y Deed,
mix hK'A 2-1Ü-3Ü.
Btatott *t UX to The I lever. -eaux
Mo*««« 7°'ui0 mTu?*
NK>A 12-10-33. Lot 2. SE k
NW A 7 10 . 4.
of American Falls Implement House to
Floyd Rutturton, Release.
j w. Frodsham et ux to Anton Nai
Bon) Release of mortgugs.
L B Hampton to Dan Ctevllng As
signaient.
Kdna Nelson to Ade.lu Runyon, As
slgnment.
Adolla Runyon to L. E. Hampton,
Assignment.
pi nKree Cattle Loan Co. to David ;
ln( .|, UUHl | Co., Return of Foreclosure
| of chattel
UnUed l)P p ar tment of Reel a
>'-*"»>• I" >> ah " p ' l ' lear U '' D ~ firt
0 -aBd.
HViUKUBt 15.
Jfl. E. Zarlng, trustee to 8. H. Laird,
Release.
(RiBOph W. Hatch to Flora Baugh.
-Quitclaim Deed, I-ots 3 and 4, Block
17., (Union Add
0. H. Hanson, sheriff to Equitable
Saving* A Loan Assn. Sheriff's Deed,
Urts 3-4-6, Block 38, Original Town
site, American Cals, Idaho.
U. H. 'Hanson, sheriff to Equitable
Havings S Asian Assn., Sheriff's Deed.
Lots 28-JiiKiV, Block 61, Original Town
site, Amerjoan Falls. Idaho.
U. 0, Martin to Mertle M. Marlin,
Chattel, Crops juul Stock.
Thomas Lnvptfli, ,J.r. to L. I.. Evans,
Warranty Deed. irW'^ 23-6-33.
August 16.
J. p. Mehlhaff to .whom It may con
fen, affidavit«.
J. P. Mclillmff to who n\it may con
cern, uffldavlte.
' Jilin D. Isaak to whom jt .may con
cern, affldavlte.
J, F. KoBanke to whom it me y con
cern, uffldavlte.
Lloyd Wester to M. E. Stftuger, Ab
stract i)t Judgment.
AuUwIt Advertising Co. to G*o,
Bradshaw, Abstract of Judgment.
J, N. Williams et ox to National Hawk
of Idaho, Chattel.
Western Mvpstonk Loan Co. to the
public, Animal statement
M. E. Drake and Clold Drade, to
Altman & Tyler Machine Co., Chattel,
1 Feeder.
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LAW-DADS IN SWEAT
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Pat M. Neff, Governor o t Texas,
expert on agriculture. When
the bottom dropped out ol farm
commodity prices, he saw the need.
He asked
the legislature to give him this and
H failed before the *<ssic4 ^ad
journed. Then Governor Neff took
-the bull by the horns, shattered all
precedent by calling a July
and again presented Mia «
plea.
is an
of strictest economy.
session
economy
WILL ASSIST PRODUCERS
IN MOVING CROPS IN IDAHO
Pocatello, Aug. 23.—At the hrad
ilkurters of the Iduho Reclamation As
sociation it Is announced that, follow
in* au Investigation of the subject fry
that organization, an effort is being
made through tho press to Interest
citizens of soytbern Idaho to a pro
position to establish somewhere In thlH
territory railroad terminal facilities
sufficient, to store enough cars, when
necessary, to relieve any future car
shortage,
Tills is part of the program of the
Association to usslst producers In tills
state.
It is disclosed by an investigation
made by the Association that one of the
reasons for ear shortage in the past
is that numbers of cars have been tied
up in the East to meet unusual con'd!
lions or possible emergencies, there
by depriving western shippers of their
use.
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It is posihle to hold these cars on
puyment of ninety cents a day per car
which eastern ronds and shippers have
found to be much cheaper than to build
cars for temporary use, or to be de
prived of them at times when they are
sorely needed.
If there were udequntb terminal fa
cilities in Idaho, shippers here could
take advantage of this regulation in
such emergencies as have arisen In
Jhe past. It would then be possible to
greatly facilitate the movement of
crops.
It is related that If such a plan had
been In operation last year, the wheat
crop of southern Idaho could al have
been moved before the slump iu prices.
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WITH HONTE FOLKS IN BOISE.
Col Fugate and two children was j
in the city the first of the week. Ring
Mrs Ernest Anderson arived last | ness
week and she and Mrs. Anderson weeks
have secured an apartment near Tenth , man,
and Jefferson. Mr. Anderson was for
merly In Coleman's jewelry store. I was
Mr. Coopeer, who was caled to Can-i an
yon City, Colorado, about two weeks I
account of his father's death, last
ence Barber left last Saturday for a j rivec)
trip through Yellowstone Park. They
expect to be gone two or three weeks. | bus
Mrs. Ivy Reed and daughter, Wilma
returned last Saturday from a two
weeks outing in Bear Valley. There
four cars In the party, and Mrs.
ago on
returned last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Barber, and Miss Flor
ing
were
Reed erports a fine time, with plenty
of good eats. Mrs. Reeds appearance,
and her gain of seven pounds testify
to -the latter statement.
A pleasant little "Chop suey and
noodle" party was given last Tuesday
evening at the Canton Cafe by the
Grace McKinley and Luela
Clare, of Burley, to Miss Era Minear, [
bride-elect, who with Charles Over
street, prospective groom, motored
from their home in Burley last Mon
day to Boise for the wedding which
will take place this week. The party
was In the nature of a surprise to the
hrlde a laHt reminder of her care-free
bachelor days. Those present vesides
the bride-elect and the hostess were:
Miss Mabel Mlneor, sister of bride,
Mrs. Philo Conant, Mrs. Don South
ward and Mrs. Charles Kampf, all of
Boise. A picture show at the Strand
finished the evenings entertainment
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Misses
GRAIN DEALERS PROBE 0DRFUED
TTY CONGRESS ON MOTION KENYON
Washington D. C.—Investigation of
the activities of the National Grain
Dealers' association and other organi
zations alleged to he "engaged In com
batting legislation for the relief of
agriculture was ordered In a resolu
tionton adopted by the senate.
Senator Kenyon, republican, Iowa,
author of the resolution, explained the
inquiry was sought because of the re
port that at a.convention at Cincinnati
in June under the auspices of the Na
tonal Grain Dealers' association, it
was determined to Institute an active
campaign against the United States
Grain Growers (Inc.), a co-operative
marketing concern.
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School Opens
Monday
September 5 th
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Now is the time to fit the its
out for School.
School Hose
in Medium, Light and
heavy weight. Double
heel and to
25c to 40c pair
Hair Bow Ribbons
6 inches wide, 50c yard
Complete Line School
Tablets and Supplies at
Lower Prices.
Sweater Coats
and Wool Jackets. Our
new fall line just receiv
ed—at Lower Prices.
School Shoes
for Boys or Girls—
Tan and Elk
$2.35 and $2.85 pair
black
Handkerchiefs 5c each
White and Colored
Middy Blouses
Best quality,
trimmed in blue or red
collar and cuffs, also
plain white
$1.50 to $2.00
Neatly
New Fall Goods
Arriving Daily
See our new line ofWool
and Silk Dresses.
Fall Creek Merc . Co.
Dry Goods Dept.
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ROY AND VICINITY.
Mrs. Corda Roth who has been vis
Ring friends and looking after busi
ness interests here for a couple or
weeks returned to her home at Pull
, man, Washington, Wedneesday.
Miss Helen Peterson of Rockland
I was visiting with Mrs. Earl Cooper
an d Miss Ixtulse Ensign. Friday,
I Roy Berlin of Burley came to Roy
last week to stay til after harvesting
operations.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Malcolm ar
j rivec) from gp 0 fc ane and Washington,
wedneseday to visit and look after
| bus i ne8g interests here.
Ted Boker came to Roy to stay dur
ing harvesting operations.
George Heacock who joined the
last winter and was taken very
.... , „
Hugh Logan of Rockland was
[ Roy visitor Friday,
of
navy
111 with pneumonia has an honorable
discharge and is home visiting his
folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cowman of Po
catello are here visiting friends and
relatives.
Will Grooms of Landing Is harvest
ing I. Bridgman's crop with his big
Holt Combine.
Effective In Ancient Warfare.
Among types of sword famous In
the past must be mentioned the great
two-handed nffair swung by the Ger
mans in lansquenets, who were mucl
mixed up in the French religious wars
So large was It, It could not be car
rlert at the side In a scabbard, but
had to be swung across the hack.
When the lansquenets went Into ac
tion they had to be stntloned a good
distance apart, in order to confine
the casualties to the enemy,
took his stand, started the old scythe
going and developed quite a sphere
of Influence.
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M. E. LADIES All» ENTERTAINS
The Ladies Aid Society of the Meth
odist Church entertained at a Chicken
Supper, last Friday evening, compli
menting Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Buckenr,
who leave on the twenty nineth of this
month, where Mr. Buckner will re
his work at the Gooding College.
sume
About fifty members and guests were
consisted of Fried
present. The menu
Chicken (wild), roasting ears, salads,
escalloped potatoes, beets, bread and
butter, coffee and pie.
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"Trade Is depd." savs a Cape col
our newspaper, "and Is growing dally
worse."—Boston Transcript.
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Cigarette
To seal in tho
delicious Burley
tobacco flavor«
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Money back if not
satisfied.
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Pharmacies.
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Indian
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One of the 'largest and %
best apportioned Nata
toriums in the North
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