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GRINDER
ie Blackfoot Grain and Produce Com
pany have installed a new 3-roll feed
grinder for all kinds of feed, and are
prepared to do your grinding prompt
ly and reasonably.
'hone 204. L M. Hubbell, Mgr.
The I daho Qafe
B. H. LYON, Prop.
The Only First Class White
Cafe In Town
Quick Service Open Day and Night
Opposite Depot, Blackfoot, Idaho
143 North Main Street
THE RED BARN
Bridge Street, Blackfoot, Idaho
I desire to announce to the public that I have
purchased the good will and livery business of J. D.
Murphy, and respectfully solicit a part of your pat
ronage which I will endeavor to merit by being rea
sonable in my charges and prompt and accommodat
ing in my service.
SADDLE HORSES AND ALL KINDS OF RIGS
FURNISHED BY PHONE. CALL NO. 138.
W. L. HAWLEY, Prop.
W
45c Coffee
45c Quality
Our object is to
give everyone a
chance to note
the difference
between 45 cent
coffee and cheap
er grades.
Hand the coupon
to yuur grocer at
your door or at
p . jre. ? ' <*
has no Folger'»
Golden Gat#
Coffee be can get
the special value
offered aa we
cheerfully for
ward him a tingle
package at trade
price, through
any channel he
designate*. He
make, hi* tegular
one week only
FEBRUARY
—.»■tpjamis_
THIS COUPON
IS GOOD FOR
10c. TO 50c.
IF PRESENTED AT GROCERS
FEBRUARY 15th to 20th, 1915
FOLBER'S ff COFFEE
Regular Spacial tala pria*
retail price whkceepea
1 ta TINS .46 .36
S " " .88 .06
8*4 " 1.00 .78
- • ' 2.00 1.SO
cam will co l lect the difference frem ua
ENTER VOUR ORDER SELOW
r of TIat tilt at fist
J. A. FOLGER & CO., San Francisco
WE.REDEEM THEM
hand to our solicitor or deliveryman
CHARLES W, BERRYMAN Jr., SOLE AGENT.
CLEAN-UP DAY
• IS BEING URGED
Recommending that all cities, towns,
and villages in Idaho designate a day
during clean-up week—April 12 to 17
as proclaimed by Governor Alexander
—to clean up their respective commu
nities and especially appealing to city
councils to so designate a day, J. K.
White, pure food commissioner, today
issued a communication addressed to
mayors and city councils of all com
munities in the state. At the same time
he submitted to them also, a list of
clean-up pointers. The communica
tions follow:
Asks Day to Be Designated.
Honorable Mayor and City Council.
Gentlemen:—I would call your atten
tion to the proclamation issued by
Governor Alexander designating the
week of April 12 to 17, as "Annual
Clean-Up Week'' in thjs state.
In every community attention should
be called to this proclamation in or
der that civic pride may be aroused
and attention directed to the necessity
of carefully cleaning our homes, our
yards and premises, our Btreets and
alleys and our water supplies.
Perhaps no better system of obtain
ing sanitary reform has yet been de
vised than the "clean-up day'' inaug
urated in this state. It was wonder
fully successful last year as nearly
every city, town and village proclaimed
a general "clean-up day'' when all bus
iness was suspended and every man
woman and child joined in the clean
up crusade.
ThiB department recommends that
all cities, towns and villages in Idaho
designate a day during ' 1 clean-up
week'' and ask the co-operation of the
citizens, schools, clubs, etc., in mak
ing your town the cleanest in the
state.
I am making a special appeal to city
councils to take tkis matter up and
officially announce a "clean-up day''
during the week designated by the gov
ernor. If our city officials will but co
operate with us in this work we are
assured of success in our endeavor to
improve sanitary conditions.
This department will ask that you
advise us of your contemplated action
in this couneetion and we will render
you every possible assistance.
Yours very truly,
J. K. WHITE,
Inspector.
Clean-up Pointers.
1. The "Clean-up" aud "Paint-up"
campaign is on.
2. Cleanliness and patriotism should
go together.
3. Where there is life there should
bo soap.
4. It costs less to have a sanitary
toilet than to have a funeral.
5. There is no greater nuisance in
any city than a poorly kept stable
or open privy.
(i. A city is as clean as its people.
7. Well kept alleys and back yards
pay bigger dividends than well kept
cemeteries.
8. A man is known bv the company
he keeps. A city is known by the
streets it sweeps.
i). Dirty towns will disappear when
dean pooplo predominate.
10. Every outside toilet is a men
ace to public health, unless made fly
proof.
11. Cleanliness is next to Godliness,
but it takes many godly people some
time to get ' ' next. ' '
12. Build your reputation for civic
pride in your back yard.
13. Civic cleanliness has its own re
ward—community health.
14. The reason we have so many
dirty towns is because there are . so
many dirty people. No town is in it
self dirty; it is the people who are
dirty. The town is the mirror. It.
refleets the people. The man who is
clean in mind will be dean in person;
he will have a dean front yard and
a dean back yard.
15. "By their works ye shall know
them. ' '
16. "No rogue e'er felt the halter
draw, with good opinion of the law."—
Shakespeare.
ENLARGED HOMESTEAD ACT.
BOISE, March 27.—While no instruc
tions have as yet been issued, copies
of the enlarged homestead act as in
troduced in the house of representa
tives by Congressman Addison T. Smith
passed and approved March 4, have
been received.
In full the new act follows:
"That where any person qualifies to
make entry under the provisions of
the act of February 19, 1909, and acts
amendatory thereof and supplemental
thereto, shall make application to en
ter under the provisions of said acts
any unappropriated public land in any
state affected thereby. which has not
been designated as subject to entry
under the act (provided said applica
tion is accompanied and supported by
properly corroborated affidavit of the
applicant in duplicate showing prima
fncie that the land applied for is of
the character contemplated by said
acts, such application, together with
the regular fees and commissions, shall
be received by the register and re
ceiver of the land district in which
said land is located, and suspended un
til it shall have been determined by
the secretary of the interior whether
said land is actually of that character;
that during such suspension the land
described in said application shall be
segregated by the said register and
receiver and not subject to entry un
til the case is disposed of; and if it
shall be determined that such land is
of the character contemplated by the
said acts then such application shall
be allowed; otherwise it shall be re
jected subject to appeal; provided,
that the provisions of this act shall
apply to the application of a qualified
entryman to make additional entry of
unappropriated land adjoining his un
perfected homestead entry, the area of
which together with Mis original entry,
shall not exceed 320 acres."
TYPHOID
Is no morn necessary
than Smallpox. A nay
the almost aal t aenlo u B afti
ca er, aad hand*aaMM,cf AatttxphoU Vaoclaatlaa.
■a vaccinated MOW h Paar Physician, yea sad
pom family. It ta aura vital than horn* In aa saac»
Ask poat physician, dnigpM, or send ta Havs
Pot bad Typhoid?" Milas a t Typhoid Vacdsa.
aetat a fusa m, aad daaçar ft»» T yph oid r»» sl« «a
HK CDTTHI LABOBATC2Y, STSÜSLIY. CAL
rmeecia* vacua*» a aaaaaa nm a. a aav. uaaaaa
(
A Recent
S. Government Report
makes plain your need of a
u n ik?e
CREAM SEPARATOR
With Guaranteed Non-rusting Skimming Device
The Scientific Staff of the
Dairy Division in the United
States Department of Agricul
ture recently conducted a series of
experiments to leam what effect, if
any, iron (rust) has on cream and
butter.
The tests definitely established
the fact that evenminuteparticles
of iron (rust) caused certain undesir
able flavors and that in every in
stance when butter was scored a few
days after the making, the samples
in which iron (rust) was present
scored lower than the butter made
from cream which contained no iron
(rust).
In using the United States
Cream Separator with non-rust
ing skimming sections of solid
nickel silver you avoid all risk of
cream and butter with an "off"
flavor.
The U. S. skimming sections are
positively guaranteed never to
rust. No other separator manufac
turer gives you a printed non-rusting
guarantee.
A demonstration gladly given
right at your homo, without obliga
tion.
Hendrie Implement Co., Blackfoot, Idaho
STATE AUDITOR RELIEVED
OF TWO CHARGES.
Two grand jury indictments against
Jarnos II. Wallis and Fred L. Huston,
jointly were dismissed in district
court Saturday on motion of the
prosecuting attornoy. The action was
taken because of the issuance of the
writ of habeas corpus for the release
of Mr. Huston.
The two cases are similar. They
( h arge of misappropriation of funds in
the payment of $90 to Robert Wallis
from tho traveling expense fund in pay
ment for services as helper in the bac
torioligical laboratory, and the payment
of $37.50 to G. II. Harrison from the
same fund for salary as deputy dairy,
fooil ami sanitary inspector.
Mr. Wallis is a former dairy,food
and sanitary inspector, under indict
ment on several other charges; Mr Hus
ton, tho present state auditor, is also
charged with his brother, in a suit
charging the embezzlement of a book
c f scrip beldnging to the state. The
case was tried once and the jury dis
agreed.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Wk-s. THE DIAMOND BRAND). JL
Ladle«! Ask year 1>.
4-kl-chae-ter a IMaas«
1-ckM.torfll
Pills la Red ______
boxes, scaled with Blue Rlbbea.
y oar» known as Bet, SUM, Alwnjra Rdtsblr
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERVMMBK
«Ras
Notice
TO ELECTORS OF THE
CITY OF BLACKFOOT.
Notice is hereby given
that all electors who did
not vote at the last city elec
tion will have to register be
fore they can vote at the city
election to be held in the
city of Blackfoot, Idaho, on
the 27th day of April, 1915.
The books will be open for
registration from February
27,1915, up to 9 o'clock p. m.
March 27, 1915. All regis
tration must be made with
the city clerk at the Black
foot Mercantile company
store between the hours of 9
a. m. and 6 p. m., and will
close at 9 p. m. on the 27th
day of March, 1915.
OSCAR L. RIDER,
Clerk, City of Blackfoot.
"Cut
Price»»
Roofing
Means "Cut
Price** Quality
The General say»:
Trying to save money by
purchasing cheap roofing is
penny-wise foolishness. A
man in Iowa saved $8.00
on a cheap roofing and lost
32 tons of hay.
Buy materials that last
Certain-teed
Aak your dealer for prod
ucts made by ua—they bear
our name.
Asphalt Roofings
(AU erodes and prim)
SSSSte-"—
Build!»« Papers
Roofing
1- ply guaranteed 5 years
2- ply guaranteed 10 years
3- ply guaranteed 15 years
Insulating Paper»
Wall Board«
Plastic Roofing Cen
Asphalt Cement
Roof Coating
Metal Paints
Out-door Paints
Shingle Stain«
Refined Coal Tar
Tar Coating
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
World'* largest manufacturers of Roofing and ltuilding Papers
Raw Task CSy Bastaa Oka** Pktsbanb Ndtaslahia Atlaata Ckvebad Drink
aleak Ctakaril baaasCHr MkaaapaBs SaaFraadtc* Su Ills Load»* Hankarg Sfk#
Here is where the Farmers get their
Christmas Money
USE THE FLEMING
EGG PRESERVER
The Greatest Egg Preserver in the World
BAR NONE
By aunointing the egg with the preserver, you can lay the eggs away
in a common egg case, in a dry cellar, where they will keep for twelve
months, as fresh as the day they wore laved. You can poach, fry,
boil or beat up the whites, just like a fresh layed egg. Do not sell
your eggs for fifteen cents a dozen, but buy a jar of the egg preserver
for ONE DOLLAR, containing four ounces which will preserve one hun
dred dozen eggs. You will get forty to fifty cents a dozen for them at
Christmas time, just when you need Christmas money.
I guarantee it to keep the eggs and I aibu guarantee that the preserver
contains no poison. A child can eat a 4-ounce jar of it and it will do bo
harm.
For sale by all Drug Stores.
R. G. FLEMING
BOX 455
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO
APPOINTS BEE INSPECTORS
Horticultural Inspector Graham an
nounced Friday the appointment of the
following county bee inspectors: J. H.
Stoneman, Blackfoot, Bingham county;
Joseph Farnsworth, Idaho Falls, Boa
ue ville; C. E. Ellsworth, Lewisville,
Jefferson; Ben Farnsworth, Burley,
Cassia; J. J. Anderson, Salem, Madina
and Fremont; C. E. Friedrichs, Meridtan
Ada.

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