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T y ▼y ^ ▼y ▼y •y ^yy y y y y t BROWN-HART CO 9 "Quality 99 C unday is Easter. You know that of course but we wish to remind you of the fact that you will need your new spring togs for that day and also that we have them for you whether you are a man, woman, miss, boy or girl. It makes no difference how much you have to spend little or much, we have a most complete assortment in all grades, and for every dollar you spend you will get one dollar's worth of good merchandise with our guarantee back of it. Clothing for Men and Young Men MaJ ' ^ merfc „-, Bctmior, r he newest and nobbiest for the young fellow who wants the very latest in style, color and pattern. For him we d* 1 C i. dJOT have the new blues, greys, browns and tans - y 1 ü IU yJw For the older man who's taste is more modified, d*1 f j. d*OT we bought accordingly - - - Y 1 D 10 Then there is the youth who wants the latest style but who has to count his dollars more carefully. We have thought of him and can fit him out $9 to $18 In the Boys Dept. 7 ' he styles for the little fellows are exceptionally bright and catchy this season, made in the blouse, J. & P. and Norfolk styles with full knickerbocker pants. The colors d»0 l A djO are mostly in tans and greys - - «P** *P^ Hat Department A*, complete stock of Stetsons in anci derby styles, souths, Austrias is V«: r FRIED hats X m WL T ♦I# x & ♦:♦ ♦:♦ ♦:♦ ♦:♦ to ♦:♦ ♦:♦ ♦!♦ ♦:♦ h. ♦ip X um What think the most of is our B-H Special at This is m-* !J3esl $3.00 Hat in America and we shapes and sizes. Y t v ❖ f V ♦*♦ both soft and Col $4 and $5 $3.00 have it in all A Tip—-The new shape is Telescope. Ladies Suits If you haven't made your Easter sel ections do it now. Our stock of North styles is most complete and exclusive Kirkendail-Dittman Shoes for Women w » '/ft 1 'J A y I iff ! mvJi I mi H ! t m iVt U ■t.i LB ■h Ladies IVaists A complete line in both ready made and tailored waists For the discriminating woman we have added the famous Windersack line of strictly hand made waists. A few odd numbers at 25 per cent discount. Walk Over Shoes for Men iüß State Registered Optician L. Watch Inspector ; ■iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiiiiniiiiimiiioiiiiiiiiiiicK kjiiiiiiiiiiiicjiiiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiic , BLACKFOOT g — 1 ...Day by Day... Little events in the whirls of current topics. :• i:j§ a3iiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiii»iiiuic>i> •Miiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiicniiiimiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiic a3iiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiiiiiiiiiic3iiiii»iiiuic>i> Butter Wrappers at this office. Jno. T. Danilson was in Pocatello on business this week. M. Dorrerer, shoe repairing, 58 Bridge street, rea tailor shop. Phone 217. tf Mliss Puss Wright iai:id Stull Wright were Salt Lake visitors last week. See W. A. Y, oumie for home grown nursery stock and choice shaide trees. tf Jos. from H. Me Cowan returned Sunday 5e.lt Lake. Right price. L. Hay for sale. Capps. tf Mr. add! Mrs. Louis J. Harvey are visiting friends in Utah. Tfhey will be in Blackfoot Saturday. We carry all kinds of vegetable and flower seeds. DeKay & Davis, Phone 83. A13 C. F. Hendrie ivas in Salt Lake last week on business, incidentally taking In tlhe aviation meet. Chickens wanted at the Idaho Cafe. 12% cents live weight. tf Mrs. Dan Jones and Mrs. Williams returned Saturday from a pleasure trip to Salt Lake. Special prices in odds amid ends of stationery.—Palace Drug Store. W. A. Ormiston of the Big Lœt River vailley, has rented the J. J. O'Neil ranch, taking charge April 1. The best line of drugs in the city is to be found at the Modern Phar macy. E. M. Kennedy will sell next Sat urday on his sale grounds, wagon, plow, mower, rake and many house hold geode. ... ; DR. MINES, Veterinary Surgeon Office Gibbs' Livery Stable Office Phone 103. Res. 181 Black 1 •Miiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiicniiiimiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiic Go to the Blackfoot Grain and Pro duce company for Hiawatha lump and «ut coal. 12. For Salle—50 shares of water in the Watson Slough Ditch Co. Inquire of Mrs. G. E. Williams, R F D 2 20p Take your girl to the Modern Pharmacy and show her you are right at the soda fountain. Mrs. Harvey is going to have her household goods and many useful ar ticles solid Saturday, the 15th, on the sale grounds across from post office. The soda water fountain at the Modern Pharmacy is now in opera tion and the cooling beverage is on tap. Miss Ma Neilsen and Miss Lavina Plant ha/ve opened an up to date dressmaking parlor, No. 24 Anderson Block. Pure bred White Leghorn and Rhode Island Red eggs for sale. $1.00 for setting of fifteen eggs. O. J. Cob bley. M2-4t Greg Jones, T. H_ HiH, Edi Rowles and F. E. DeKay were among the Blackfoot people who saw the bird men fly in Sait Lake last week. Secure the sale of your place by giving Parkinson Realty & Investr ment Co. an option for spring busi ness. Phone 83, DeKay & Davis for a pound of real coffee. Hill s Vaouum, 45c; Hill's Blue Can,40c; Mre.Rorer's Own Blend, 35c. On Saturday, the 29th of April, the First Ward Relief society will hold a fair in the Cutler building on Bridge street. Just west of the Shelley Mer cantile. All kinds of useful articles will be on sale, also Ice cream, cake and meat pies. Come one, come ail. iT 1 LM.Kennedy AUCTIONEER Will be glad to date you for a Real Estate Sale or General Farm Sale. All Sales get my personal attention until (finished. v= Blackfoot, - Idaho PHONE 113 BLACK Ladies Marquisette waists, beaded chiffon waists, Bulgarian embroidered waists, in all tihe latest Parisian mod els is now on exhibition at the Gol den Rule Store. McDonald's candies.—Palace Drug Store. Among the thousands of visitors at Salt Lake idlurlng conference were the following from Blackfoot: Mr. aiu Mrs. L. R. Thomas and Miss Grace, Miss Margaret Clayton, Dr. Gaumer, J. W. Martin, Mr. and Mrs James Duckworth, Clifford Rhodes, Jess Crowley and Mix Burton, a a It is the delight of every laid y to ; see tlie exquisite line of handsome French designed models im ladies and misses white dresses which has just j arrived at the Golden Rule Store. | The Salt Lake papers this week contain the announcement of the en gagement of Miss Beulaih Behle of that city to Mr. Frank Ds tab rook of Nampa, the marriage to take place In the early fall. Miss Behle is well known In Blackfoot, being the beauti ful and accomplished young sister <fl Mrs. E. W. Row les Candy, perfumes, toilet articles at the Modern Pharmacy, Bridge street. Mrs, H. M. Kirkpatrick, who un derwent eu serious operation on the 21st of March at the Blackfoot hospi tal, was eible through the treatment of Dr. Mitchell and careful nursing of Miss Killings worth, to be home in lS days after the operation. Anyone who is obliged to haive an operation could do no better than to go to this hos pital as it Is kept in flrstclass condi ti0 °- . , ________ TELEPHONE 166 For the Leading Grocery Quality and Prices are Guaranteed Try our Club House Goods C. W. BERRYMAN, JR. Cutler's Studio open from 1 to p. m., Sundays. John Bond was in Salt Lake sev eral days last week. English Pit Bull Terrier pups for sale. Phone 182. ; j | Wanted—Two apprentice girls. Mrs. Eva B. Smith. A6-t£ Cutler's Studio open from 1 to5 p. m. Sundays. 1 S James Rea and C. H. Johnson of Sait Lake are visiting in the city. Frank Burke of Yuma is speeding a few days in the city. Cutler's Studio open from 1 p. m. Sundays. to 5 Ladies' sewing or card table, new, strong and beautiful: sold or rented for card parties. Also folding chairs for rent at Biethan's. The latest eastern styles at eastern prices are a combination sure to please anybody wishing the best in pictures. Cutler & Hinthorne. T. C. Waal y entertained; the senior class at his home on the 8th of ApriL The house was decorated in blue and white, the senior colors. Every one bad fine time and supper was delie taus* It happened to be T. C. Was ly's twentieth birthday, the guests mot knowing this until they arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones wore tire guests of friends in Idaho Falls .Mon day. Saturday Sale, April 15, by E. M. Kennedy across from post office. Farm machinery, household goods, etc. 1 E. A. Spaulding arrived in the city tills week, coining from Denver where S he has spent the winter. County Assessor H. C. C. Rich; Mrs. Rich and son Chase, attended conference in Salt Lake last week. Mrs. Stweet aind 1 Mrs. Chalmers spent several days in Salt Lake dur ing conference days. W. G. Hales of Spanish Fork, Utah, is looking over the country in and around) Blackfoot this week. DeKay & Davis, the grocers, were awarded the larger portion of the sup plies for the Idaho State Insane asy lum, at the meeting or the board held this week for the purposes of award ing contracts for supplies. BOYS CLOTHING SALE. of a new spring stock of boys high grade clothing Just arrived from the New York market in everything for the boys that Is élégant in style.beau tiful in color, and artistically made, we are showing at so low a price that every boy can buy a new suit at the -jf GOLDEN RULE STORE Victor A. Barrer, the popular young pianist at the Isis theatre, will leave the first of the week for a visit with his parents in Iowa. J. II. Avard of Rocky Ford. Colo., has recently located in the thriving city of xlberdeen and will carry on agricultural pursuits there. Mrs. F. R. Mitchell lias returned to Hlaekfoot after spending the win ter in California, and later visiting her parents in Weiser. H. H. Shay of Warren, Arkansas, Is a Blackfoot visitor this week. Mr. Shay contemplates locating in this couwtry. Rev, Stiromqvist of Idaho Falls will lie Id American Lutheran services at the home of John P. Peterson, first house north of the fair grounds, on Tuesday, April 18, at 2 p. m. All are cordially invited to be present. Game Warden G. L. Braley wishes to inform the public that there will be a< closed season on fish in the state of Idaho during the mouth of April. MILLINERY FOR EVERYBODY. You get the latest Parisian styles it, Ladies, Misses and Childrens hats in the most exclusive and fashionable spring millinery and save fifty cents on the doUar when you buy at the GOLDEN RULE STORE.