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POPULATION OF BLACKFOOT. 4000 ' Grove City the city, W. Cemetery—Owned by W. Priestly, Sexton. Commercial Club—L. R, Thomas, president; C. S. Beebe, secretary. LODGES With the total membership, time of meeting and the names of presiding officers and secretaries: The Royal Highlanders.—Meet ev ery second and fourth Wednesday of each month. F. C. Barker, I. P.; Ethel Thompson, secretary. I. O. O. F.—Every Thursday even ing. E. M. Hubbell, N. O.; G. H. Fiolbrook, secretary Rebekah—Second and fourth Wed nesdays of each month. Ethel Thom »on, Mrs. B. W. Holbrook. G. A. R., Geo. H. Thomas Post.— Meets first Friday in each month at the Armcry. E. E. Thompson, com mander, W. A. Crawford adjutant. Grove City Lodge No. 33, A. F. add A. M.—Meeting (regular) second Friday in each month. Percy Jones, W. M.; W. D. Gagon, Sec'y. Esther Chapter No. 14 Order of the Eastern Star, 80.—First and third Wednesday. Mrs. Katie Chap man, W. M.; Percy Jones, Sec'y. Knights of Pythias—First and third Tuesdays of each month. Frank Farmer, Guy Dipple. M. W. A. 150—First and third Mondays. E. T. Peck and S. B. Willis W. O. W. 86—Second and fourth Tuesdays. V. Van Gramer, C. C.; G. W. Glanville, clerk. Royal Neighbors, 85—Mrs. T. H. Christy, Mrs. Lena Gaumer. Women of Woodcraft—Second and fourth Mondays. Guaï:}i£in Neighbor—Ethel Thomp son. Past Gvardian Neighbor—Mrs. M. E. Larocqi e. Adlviscir-ij|jtrs. Jessie Richardson. Magician—Mrs. V. Van Bramer. Current Event—President, Mrs. Mat tie Wilson; Vice-President Mrs. Susie H. Biethan add Mrs. Mina' B. Rock wood; Secretary, Mrs. Nan B. Curtis; Treasurer, Mrs. Inez W. Simmons. V. I. S.—President, Mrs. J. W. Chapman; Vicee-Prtsident, Mrs. R. N. West and Mrs. Jessie Woodin; Treasurer, Mrs. Geo. F. Gagon. Meet ings are held the first Tuesdays in each mnoth in the City Hall on Tay lor St., Everybody invited to at tend. CHURCHES Methodist Church—Morning service, 11:00; Sunday School, 10:00; Junior League 4:00; Epworth League, 7:00; Evening Service, 8:00; Ladies Aid, Wednesday afternoon. C. A. Edward pastor. Baptist Church. Corner University Ave. Bind Bridge street. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Evening serv ice 7:30 p. m. Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday eve ning 7:30. Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon 2:30. Choir practice Fri day evening. 8:00. Visitors always welcome. Parsonage 'phoir.e 228. W. R. JEWELL, Pastor. L. D. S. Church, First Ward.— This church will hold meetings every Sunday during the following hours: Siunday school from 10:00 to 11:45 a. m.; afternocni services frcAn 2:00 to 3:00; evening service will commence at 8:00 p. m. A general invitation is extended to all. No charges con nected with our services. Bishop, F. C. Parkinson; R. H. Clayton, Frank Hesse, Bishopric of Ward. Catholic Church—Services are held at the Catholic church by Fathe Fuchs of Idaho Falls on the first second and third Sundays of each month, services at 12:15 and 10:45. St. Paul's Episcopal Church—Sun day morning service at 11 o'clock; evening service at 7:30 o'clock. These services will be conducted on. the second and four th Sundays of each month. Rev. J. E. Williams, Rector. New Short Line Time Car* West Bound»— No. 1, 8:05 a. m. No. 3, 9:34 p. m. No. 113, 3:15 p. m. No. 15, 1:08 a. m. East Bound— No. 4, 10:21 a. m. No. 2, 12:25 a. m. No. 114, 12:12 p. m. No. 16, 12:44 a. m. Mackay Branch— Depart 8:25 a. m. Arrive 6:25 p. m. Freight leaves 9:00 a. m. trl-weeklj Shipments must be billed the prev ious day. No passengers carried. SHIPPERS NOTICE Freight going north must be biflled the day before, freight going south received! until 9:00 a. m. for ship ment the same day. EXPRESS OFFICE. Express office hours 8:00 to 5:30; freight Office hours 7:00 to 5:00. Shi ments north must be delivered th day before. POSTOFFICE HOURS Week days from 8:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. ; money orders from 9:00 until 5:30; Sunday mails are handled as usual; delivery windows open frer 10 to 11 a. m. of ty is c S'lllllllll'IIE 3IIIIIIIIIIIICO IHAWKEYEI 1 Optical Co. i I IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO j 1 Dr. 0. M. Drake Dr. A. E. Von Harter | 2 Modern and Complete. By D § using tiie latest and best in- j§ = struinents with scientific and 5 3 practical training we give you C 5 the best of service and comfort. = 2 Your correction obtained with- = 3 out asking a question. We 53 s take every case for one year j= 2 and give a written guarantee. 5 Sjiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniitniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiirë TO MAKE RASPBERRY FLOAT Various Methods of Preparation, and All Are Declared to Be Accept able to the Palate. Mo. 1—'Made a boiled custard with 1 pint of milk, yolks of 3 eggs, V 2 cup sugar, pinch of salt. Beat yolks till light., add sugar and salt and beat again. Slowly stir in by turning egg beater with slow, even turns the milk which has been heated to the boiling point. Set over the fire and stir till it begins to thicken. Be careful to remove from heat now, or it may whey. If it does whey, beat briskly with beater and it may come smoother again. If not, the taste will not be affected but the dessert will not Iook as pretty. When cool flavor highly with raspberry extract. 2—Make a custard like 1, but thick er by add;' ' 1 dessert spoon bread flour to the sugar before mixing it with the egg. When serving time comes thin this chilled custard down to a semithick one with raspberry si rup or fresh raspberry juice. Raspberry Float 111—Fill individual serving dishes with preserved raspber ries, or better with fresh berries, mashed just enough to make a little juice, and all well sweetened and chilled. Fluff used for each b is—Beat the whites of 3 eggs to a standing dry fluff, add nip of salt and 1 sugar spoon of sugar. Heat well. Flavor with lemon, vanil.a or raspberry, or mix ture of lemon and raspberry extract, to suit taste. Extracts so vary it is difficult to tell exactly. A general rule is V 2 teaspoon to 3 egg whites. The vanilla when combined with any thing save almond usuai.y is lessened by half. Have boiling briskly a three quart dish half full of water. Drop onto the surface a tablespoon at a time of the egg white. Three eggs make about seven tablespoons. As soon as several fluffs have formed push the dish back, so the egg will form, but not cook or back, so the egg will form, but not cook tough. When egg fluffs are set remove with strainer, drain, set away to ctfilll. At serving time place one or two fluffs on the foundation of the dessert. QUEER BLUNDERS IN COURTS French Judge Divorces Petitioner's Lawyer—Similar Error Made by Magistrate In England. Some yerrs ago, it is said, a legal blunder of u most extraordinary char acter was committed in one of the di vorce courts in Paris. By some mis apprehension on the part of the presid ing judge, whose papers and mind had got confused, he actually mistook the name of an ad\^cate who had been arguing a petition for the name of the petitioner himself, and in grunting and signing the decree of dissolution of marriage of the petitioner unwittingly substituted the advocate's name for the petitioner's, and thus divorced the lawyer from his wife instead of grant ing the prayed-for release of the advo cate's client. As the lawyer had no desire for separation from his wife, and as thqre was no process for an-, nulling an absolute decree for divorce, even to meet such a remarkable case, It became necessary, through the ju dicial error, for the man of law to re marry hfs spouse without delay, and this he did. A somewhat similar error was com mitted in the English Court of Chan cery. There had been a litigation over some property, which was held by one man and claimed by another of the same name. In evading some order of the court the holder of the property had committed a contempt, and on this being called to the at tention of the judge an order issued for the summoning, not of the guilty party, but of the claimant of the same surname, and the order, a very se vere one, was actually In execution before the error was discovered. Oldest Civic Regalia. The crystal mare of the Lord Mayor of London dates from Saxon times, as the workmanship of its crystal and gold shaft with jeweled head declares. From the time before the Normans this mace, which is barely eighteen inches long, has symbolized sovereign ty over the city, when the Lord Mayor was still known as the portreeve, and London was an independent state. It is the oldest piece of civic regalia in the world, and it is seen only at the induction of the Lord Mayor on No vember 8 and at the coronation of the sovereign. i SKELTER WITH FEEDING RACK Economy and Convenience Are Essen tials to Be Considered in Con structing Feed Place. There are two important questions which ought to be considered in build ing a feed rack. These are, economy, which includes convenience in feed ing, and location. Most feed racks are built in the middle of an open lot which is not sheltered from storms and alout which there is likely to be a depression worn out by the hoofs of the animals until water or ici forms the footing, or else it becomes Ordinary Feed Back. filled with waste hay which is almost equally objectionable, says Kan sas Farmer. Such racks cannot be filled leadily nor can the cattle feed at them in the greatest comfort. The first drawing shows a feed rack in very common use which has been constructed with a view to obviate tome ot these difficulties. It is a good rack, not difficult of construction and quite saving of feed. It is a decided improvement over the one our John son county friend describes in that his is made with the slats running horizontally instead of vertically as here shown. The lower drawing shows about the same construction except that it is only a half rack which Is backed by a high, tight board fence. This form has several advantages. The driver can reach it from the other side of the fence without having to open gates or drive among the hungry cat tle (o unload. It also furnishes a splendid windbreak if the fence is set east and west and the rack built on the south side of it. I have seen this form of rack used by a good many larmers and feeders who express tlieir satisfaction with it, though some of them had built it against an Half Rack. other building or behind a hedge row or a grove of trees. In these cases the protection was secured though the convenience in filling was lost. Cattle will eat more and do better when made comfortable. : ! THINGS THAT A MAN FORGETS He Seldom Keeps the Saw Sharpened or Remembers Where the Glass Cutter Is. Once in a while you find a prudent and practical man who keeps about him all manner of tools and things that come In handy when needed, but generally a man waits until the need overtakes him and then he begins to scheme and plot. He breaks a window pane, and having a large pane, de cides he will cut it and fit it in. But he has no glass cutter. Then he stuffs a rag Into the broken pane or pastes a piece of paper over it, and waits for spring. He finds it necessary to saw some plank, and remembers that he intend ed to have his saw sharpened and set. So he gnaws off the ends of the plank with the saw and looks about for the hammer. Confound it—the handle's broken. He's been Intending to get a new one, but it is such an unusual thing he has never gotten at It. That's a natural human failing Careless, maybe, but just as natural as to leave a street car and forget, caring nothing about its future opera tions or Its future destination.—Dallas News. Subscribe fer the Optimist. D. .W Standrod And Company Bankers Capital $100,000 C. W, Berryman, President G. A. Robethan, Vice Pres C. V. Fisher, Cashier W. F. Berryman, Asst Cash DIRECTORS: D. L. EVANS, D. W. STANDROD J. N. IRELAND, G. A. ROBETHAN C. VA BERRYMAN ELACKFOOT, IDAHO ! I PROFESSIONALCARDS f DR. FRANK A. SLOAN Osteopathic Physician Office: Boyle Building (with \Y. A. Beakley.) Phone 103. Residence 356 E Idaho St. Phone 125 BLACKFOOT, .... IDAHO F. W. KIEFER Locating and Consulting Engineer State License, No. 209. faLACKFOOT IDAHO DR. W. E. PATRIE THYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over the State Bank MAIN STREET, BLACKFOOT Office 'Phone, 106. Residence, 75 Res: East Main and Bridge, facing track DR. H. A. HALSEY, * Physician and Surgeon Telephone 230 Milliek Block, Blaekfoot, Idaho. DR. W. MITCHELL Behley Block Phone 18 BLACKFOOT IDAHO a on DR. J. B. COOPER, Phyiscian and Surgeon No. 312, Near Red Barn BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. HANSBROUGH & G..GON ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in State and Federal Couru Mllllck Block BLACKFOOT ... IDAHO LORENZO R. THOMAS Land Attorney Practice before the U. S. Land Of fice and Departnmet of Interior. Register U. S. Land Office from 189; to 190;. All land office busi ness given careful attention. Look for the sign near the Land Office, BLACKFOOT, ..... IDAHO E. M. KENNEDY Auctioneer General Sales Agent BLACKFOOT, ..... IDAHO PELKEY BROTHERS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Figure with us on anything you in end to build. P. O. Box 310. BLACKFOOT, IDA. W. A. BEAKLEY, Attorney At Law. Practices In All Courts. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. LEO HENISH Harness, Saddles and repairing neatly done by Bridge St. BLACKFOOT,.....IDAHO BBRIDGE STREET BARBER SHOP Hot and Cold Baths, Good Barber Work, Tom Reel and Max Smith barbers. BLACKFOOT,.....IDAHO KARL S. FACKRELL Attorney At Law. Office over State Bank, BLACKFOOT, - - - IDAHO. CHIROPRACTOR DRUGLESS METHOD. Local examinations ere unnecessary as they are distaseful. I am plea - ed to explain my method, to tall inter ested. I use no drugs, mo knife. If you are sick and have tried ev°ry thing else, and did not receive help, try Chiropractic and get well. DR. H. W. Gaumer, Exchange Building Office 223. Res. 218 Blk. GOLDEN SEAL POLISH ! Cleans everything. Try it, and use no other. Free s. mple at Biethax's. M23-4t. Eggs for Sale. Indian Runner Ducks, Pekin Ducks, Toulouse Ge< so, Golden Wyandotte, Buff Orpington Chickens. Bingham County Nursery Company. M30-tf ¥************+*+********%\t?*****+**+**++**+*+++**+>+*+++*+****+++**+*>*+++++* | 9 Are You 9 • a Farmer • Look at Our Line of Farm Implements | Oliver Chilled Plows (both gang and $ walking) Potato Planters, Binders and | every known Tool used on a Farm. % THE Shelley Mercantile I ===== COMPANY ===== Barker, Wallen & Co. F. C. BARKER, Manager We are now located m our new shop at 273 N. Main St. where we will be pleased to have you call and inspect our stock of Paints,Oils,Varnish,Brushes and painters supplies. We do all kinds of decorating and have a force of com petent workmen. House cleaning time is near, so if you have anything in our line place your order with us at once so that we will be able to do the work promptly. Your orders will receive our careful attention. Call at office or Phone 72 and your order will be taken care of. City Simmons & Allen Transfer PHONES Simmons' 153 Red Altai's 78 Black Office - - - 236 ELK COAL SOLD AND DELIVERED Orders for Sunday Must be in by 9 O'clock A. M. I ANDERSON & HELIG General Blacksmiths and Horseshoers Best of Work at Reasonable Prices North Main Street. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. THE The HIGHEST MARKET IN CASH PRICE PAID Phone 71 For Beef, Veal, Chickens, Hides and Pelts People's Exchange Store at Snake River Bridge JOHN OBORN Money to Loan on Improved Farms IDAHO IRRIGATED LANDS CO.