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East Hound. _1.14 a. m. _9:38 a. m . „6:45 p. m. _8:54 p. m. No. 24. No. 18_ No. 4. \ No. 84. West Bound. ..5:42 a. m. ..8:22 a. m. . 8:56 a. m. .6:45 p. in. No. 23.. No. 83 No. 19 No. 17 PRICE DECLINES ON FISK TIRES A Oliver McKown .Hardware Company, local Fisk Tire Dealers, announce a considerable drop in prices in the Fisk Line. They also announce that the Fisk people are putting a new tire on the market to be known as the "Fisk Premier." This will be out January first and will sell at about $11.00 in the 30x3% size and carries the same milage guar- ; antee as the popular black top casing. Several local auto owners are wait ing for this new casing before equlp adv. ping. ATHLETIC CLUB GIVES SMOKER THUBS„ DEO. 2$ A1 members and their ladies invited. You are also invited to become a mem ber. Program only partly completed as follows: 6 rounds curtain raiser. Bat tling Nelson vs. Connie Nelson. Glenn Gholson and William Faa, 4 rounds. Marian Mickelson and Wayne Ghol son four rounds. James Zelck vs. Wm. Johsson, four rounds. Roes Holcomb ■will box six rounds with some good man to be selected. Probably Kid Bear or Frankie Darren of Ogden. Some good wrestling will be arranged. adv. Give your Magazine subscriptions and renewals to W. H. Dack. adv.^ long well farm ls her home A PRAYING COLONEL FOR ALL-AMERICAN t ». •>' mm m - • * ® m » When "Bo" McMillan, quarter back oo the tittle Center College team, started his now historic dash «strand Harvard's left end to a 6 to 0 victory the other Saturday. sprinting into football's "Hall of Fame" as an All-Ameri back for 1921. Football folks t that one performance, follow ms great three-year record, marks him as one of the greatest grid men of the age, McMillan is a Texas boy and Center College is a small school located at Danville, Kentucky. Charles Moran, big league baseball umpire, is coach. The team is known as the "Pray ing Colonels," as they kneel in prayer before every game. They lost to Harvard in 1920, their only defeat in four years. It is predicted Moran will go to a bigger school next year and McMillan become coach at Center McMillan and his get-away around end. he wm can say mg :: Pictures show By No Means. It rts the romance that ends In frustration—no living happy ever after —that Is increasingly written, we don't want all the novels to finish In that way. It isn't the universal law 1 of life.—St. Louis Globe-Democrat. But yj $ We All Know Him—He Is the Fellow That Puts Off His Christmas Shopping Until the Very Last Minute. He'll Probably Rush Into Our Store at Nine O'Clock Christmas Eve and Select His Gifts for His Personal Friends—Whoever you are—remember that we have a choice selection of Christmas Gifts for Every Member of the Family—if you shop early. 0 Oma Gosh HOWLAND'S VARIETY STORE S FARM WOMEN PLAN FEDERATION. of 111 a. ÿ I v' m % \N « : U : L, !L in ; 1 I m ■ n > . "V " C-Wfc -, >• 7, 11 iduUR AvnxMif« . Ezetta Brown ; Mrs *k&VB.SchaUk*, ChWn ; i^s. AE Brieden ; s FARM WOMEN. (By ROBERT W. FULLER). The newest and most interesting thing In the farm bureau movement is a woman's department which shall just as nearly as possible, represent the great and Important congregation of farm women In the country. President Howard of the American Farm Bureau Federation, has appoint ed a committee of four women to work out the details of the women's farm bureau department and they will no doubt present an outline of a plan shortly. The committee consists of Mrs. Vera Busick 9chuttler, Missouri; Mrs. John C. Ketcham, Michigan; Mrs. Izetta Brown, West Virginia, and Mrs. A. E. Brlgden, New York The personnel of the committee was chosen by President Howard from a long list of names of women already well Identified with farm bureau or farm organization work. Mrs. Brlgden ls known throughout New York for her active labor in developing the home bureau. She is president of the . ■ FOCH'S HIGHEST DECORATION * V ■Ä gÉgj 1 lH - ■: ' v I ■ . :••■• ■ > m i m km . ■>,. ::\r V J ïmû ■ 0: : I mmm Z-4 f M I AV.rocAtre* Little Miss Adrienne Meyer pinning on Marshal Foch's breast the double bar cross of the National Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis. It is said that the old man has never been so pleased since his arrival in America. ■a* A . JIKH'li v Toilet Articles Are Special This Week One week only, Dec. 3 to Dec. 9th inclusive. • > Compare them with out of town prices. Colgates Cold Cream, Tubes. Woodburry's Facial Cream, Tubes Pond's Cold Cream, small. Pond's Cold Cream, large . Pond's Vanishing Cream, Small... Pond's Vanishing Cream, large Colgates Talcums popular odors... Johnson and Johnson's Talcum ... Hudnuts Marvelous Cold Cream 19c 19c 27c 43c 27c ,43c 19c 19c :: 38c Falls Pharmacy Power City Pharmacy I In 1 American Falls Idaho * Portland county home bureau and I pSS£® * Mr. V«. B. Schuttlor. «..m.» of the committee, has played an Import- ; ant part in the organization and newel- ■ opment of the farm bureau In | She has served as a member of souri. the executive committee of the St. Francois Farm Bureau, a member of the executive committee of the Mis souri Farm Bureau Federation, voting director in the American Farm Bureau Federation, member of the committee relations to the College of Agricul ture and Secretary of the Farm Bureau i Roads Convention. | Mrs. Izetta Brown is the owner ami manager of a pure bred Holsteins and Jerseys in West Virginia. In addition to her dairy she operates two farms. Mrs. Brown haa had an ac o part in national affairs. Mrs. John C. Ketcham also brings to the committee a wealth of exper tence. She was for years closely as soclated with her husband In his work as Master of the Michigan State Grange. For the first two years she was a member of the executive com . 1 . . ■ —''is on I mittee of Michigan Farm Bureau Fed »jiuraj&jssr „'"'Ä T »VÄ ; meut The comn ,ittee will also be ■ ye , a program 0 ( work for women | members of the farm bureau. This 14 i | What it Palladium? Palladium Is a rare metallic *1* ment of t j, e p| a tinuni group, found na Uye an( , als0 alloyed with platinum and , ( , uke p | n tlnutn. it is silver w ductile, malleable and perma . . th but u -. hter and more nent in the air, nut ugnier ana easily fusible Its symbol la I was discovered In 1803 by Wollaatwi, who named It after the nèwly dlscov ere d asteroid Pallas. It has a remark ab | e p 0Wer 0 f occluding gases, absorb j n g hydrogen nearly a thousand tlmea Its own volume. It Is used for gradu ated circles and verniers, for plating certain silver goods snd In dentistry. —Seattle Dally Times. program of work will probably be largely concerned with the improve ment of the social side of farm life, it will have to do with the establish ment of community centers, the rural church, boys' and girls' clubs, con solidated schools, etc. + Sleeper« In Wrsck Safest. According to one medical authority, the passengers '■-•ho are asleep when a train col!.shin occurs escape most of the bad effects of shaking and con cussion. B R 1 GRUEN the mark of highest artistry m HE ORUEN name on the dial of a watch has become the symbol of the finest watchmaking skill. It Is your guarantee of obtaining accuracy, beauty, dependability In a watch. The woman who owns a dainty Gruen Wristlet enjoys full measure of pride In possessing ft master piece of Gruen Guild craftsmanship, a timepiece of unchallenged prestige. Let us show you our large display of Gruen Wristlets for women—watches which have been appropriately called the most beuutlful In America. > Coleman s The HALLMARK Jewelers. GIFTS THAT LAST hallmark store I LEAVEITTOUS for your g r Vl ll POWER CITY GARAGE American Falb», Idaho ESTRAY SALE. Notice ia hereby given that the fol lowing animal will be sol dat public sale to the highest bidder for cash at the Slrapaon ranch, eight miles south of Rocluud at 2 p. in.. January 12th. One red, white faced, heifer, two years old. branded on left hip. GEORGE H. HANSON. Sheriff. By W L OLIVER, Deputy. 12-2 12-23 KOCHI.AM* MAIL NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Rock land Mail Stage will leave, beginning Monday, at 9:30 a. m. instead of 10:80 a. m. mall delivered in the morning thus making conuection with train number 18 going east LEW HEED, stage Driver. WANTS TAXIDERMIST. A. RtU. tans furs, Mounting Birds and Gome Heads true to life. Leave work with Wm. Bartell, American Falls Vulcanizing Plant. 12-16 FOR SALE—L. C. Smith Typewriter, 14 Inch carriage, 1 year old Elite Type. Practically new. Enquire Press. 1-OQT—Between office of Idaho Power Company and my home in American Palls, black bill book, con taining one five dollar bill and some silver. Key was also contained tn folder and pinned with little pin with hinder return to Mrs. opal setting. Irene Baling at Power Company of fice for liberal reward. FOR SALE—Good forty acre tract northwest of American Falls adjoin ing Wlieoxln ranch near Fatrrlew. Inquire Mrs. Mary Wonea. WOMAN WANT8 WORK by hour or Call Room 14, Central Room*. 11-25 12-16^ day. WANTED—Men to take the lntenee tn TRACTOR ly practical course MECHANICS at the Idaho Technical Institute at Pocatello which begins January 2nd. Skilled Instructors as sisted by experts from the factories. Eight weeks course 11-25 12-30 FOR FRESH BUTTER, milk or cream, see Mrs. Grady first house west of American Falls Creamery building. 12-2 12-9. Grafonla and Records for Cheap. Inquire Schwarz Bros. Hal« 12-2 FOR SALE—Ford Truck. Inquire Ernest Cooper. Roy. Idaho. 11-26 13-9^ FOUND—A pin evidently purchased at San Diego, bearing name San Diego engraved on pendant Press office and identify. Inquire at IA1ST- One small leather pocket book containing lady's Diamond ring, with initials E. D. H. on Inside of band, and English gold pound and small Inquire Press or Notify M. 12-2 12-9# change. E. Stunner in tn of Hill Bros Coffee at Fall Creek Merc or ÂÉfÈ •A m ' , !< We Beg Your Pardon for a minute or so, while your attention is direct ed this way, to say that we never were better prepared to serve the delectable dishes, than we are this A. D. 1921. Our new electric oven, means uniform heat, and uniform baking. If there is some particular thing you want for your dinner today or for De cember 25th, you can de pend on us, I k Sincerely Block's Bakery Fred Block, Prop. The Corner Cigar Store Invites you to take ad vantage of its hospital ity at all times. Billard and Card Tables Fountain, Cigars and Tobacco. CORNER CIGAR STORE Mjtttm