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Little crests in the ( whirl of current topics ...Day by Day... Bfoot. Brok. & Real Estate Co. WEEKLY BARGAINS Don't forget the big public sale next Wednesday, April 14th, south of Black foot, 5 miles between the rivers, on C. C. Clawson's farm. We have some fine Holstein and Durham cows for sale. 8-room house and 5 acres of land ad joining Black foot for $2700. It cost $2900 to build the house, land adjoining sold for $350 per acre. The house is new. Whole thing for $2700. We have some People's canal water stock for sale. Bargain prices. We also have some great bargains in farms and city property. Pine cow and heifer calf, $80. We buy anything and sell anything you have. We pay cash for what we buy. Sidney Holm, visited at Idaho Falls, over Sunday. Wo now havo plonty of S per cent «nonoy to lean on good farm eecurlty. Park I neon Realty A Inv. Co. adv. Boy Cooper, made a visit in Poca tello this week. for Attorney Jones left yesterday Montpelier on legal business. Tender, Juicy Sugar Cured Hams for 17c per lb., at Central Market. Will Montgomery has returned home After spending the winter abroad. Chief of Police Sewell reports $72 collected last month for dog licenses. Now is the time to put up your Eggs. Dustin sells Fleming's Egg Preserver. Walker- Bich has resigned his posi tion with the Alexander clothing store. The Misses Ruth and Beatrice Bloom •quiat were week-end visitors at Firth. Ed. Jones is in Mackay on business and I. H. White is on the oil tank for him. Before buying bo euro to cull at Mc Kees It Burggraf's Art Shop, and see -the beautiful hand painted China on display there. 4-1-2 Bobert Aldous, the sugar boiler at the factory, has resigned and moved to the city. The charming niece of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Young, from Salt Lake, is visiting in Blackfoot. Hamilton Wright leaves Saturday for St. Anthony and Mallad, on legal business. Better Take Care of your feet, they're your only pair. Safest way is to let us fit you properly. We have all the New Things in Footwear. THE BROWN-HART CO. \ About 16 young people from the high \vhool went for an outing to the Just ^ finch Sunday. Mrs. Mary Allred of Idaho Falls, visited with friends and relatives in Blackfoot Sunday. H. S. Tavey is in Salt Lake City on business, and is also attending a big Masonic reception. D. E. Kirkpatric of Salmon City, Ida ho, was in Blackfoot last Friday, the guest of Rev. Barnstable. Miss Blanche Dun«, who has been ill lor several days is much improved, and able to be out again. Hazel Heimerinaster, returned to her school Sunday, after spending the week end with her brother Harry. Arol Showaltcr of Blackfoot left last Friday evening for Butte, where he ex pects to spend the summer. Wall Paper, a large well selected stock of latest de signs at money saving prices. Biethan's. Norman King 10c CIGAR. Saturday and Sun day Special 5c This is "the best cigar that we can buy of its kind, and the manufacturer allows us to make these specials, and they stand for the difference in cost, on Saturday and Sunday. Wo also are exclusive for Rayneldo cigars, 3 different sixes. These cigars are sold only at the Bexall Store. "Leading prescription store." "We never substitute." Palace Drug Store "THE REXALL STORE" EDWARD THORÈSON, Proprietor. : « BLACKFOOT, IDAHO Isis Theatre tickets always on sale at the Palace. First, last and always and forever, remember:....To make the world look brighter take BBTAT.T. ORDERLIES at night, and a dose of ZJVBB SALTS in the morning. Biggest and Best Root Beer In the city at the R KXALL Fountain. For dainty lunches and Peerless Ice Cream and fancy Drinks, and frozen Sweets. _ We Rexall At the Bexall Fountain. Mrs. L. P. Batway has returned home from a professional trip to St. Anthony on a confinement case. Mrs. C. A. Bottolfson, of Areo, was in the city yesterday and made this of fice a welcome visit. Misses McNees and Burgraff returned yesterday from a visit in Salt Lake City on business and pleasure. Buy your current magazlnee and pe rlodicale at Powèrs Pharmacy. Mr. Ervin Bills is in Salt Lake City this week transacting business in con nection with the Bills Auto Co. The Easter cantata at the Baptist church Sunday night was a pleasant af fair and was fairly well attended. You can save money at Clegg's new and second hand store on Main street, Blackfoot. A cooked food and candy sale was held Saturday afternoon at Pearson's grocery store by a young ladies ' club. Arthur Blomquist, left last Friday for Waitesburg, Wash., wnere he will take charge of a school for the rest of the term. John Jolley, and family were week end visitors in Blackfoot" Visiting at the home of his brother Mr. Georee Jolley. Fred Hillard has returned to Black foot and has resumed his former posi tion at the sugar factory as general foreman. Tender, Juicy Sugar Cured Hams for I7c per lb., at Central Market. Miss Cox, stenographer for Thomas & Andersen, spent the fore part of the week in Salt Lake City, visiting with her parents. Say, farmer! Why do you sell your Eggs for 15 cents a dozen ? Put them down with Fleming's Egg Preserver. Dustin sells it. R. E. Christ, who was called to Pine Bidge, Penn., last week by the illness o'f his father, reports the old gentleman convalescing. Dr. Hyde is expected home from Salt Lake City Saturday iu his new Over land touring car which he purchased from the Bills Bros. Money to loan on Improved real eatate. Idaho Irrigated Lande Co- adv Bev. Barnstable will return tomor row from American Falls, where he at tended District Conference and took a leading part on the program. Eggs now are 15 cents, pretty soon they will be higher. Buy a jar of Flem ing's Egg Preverver and put up some now. Dr. Gee has rented offices in Poca tello and will become a resident of that growing city as soon as he can finish the dental work he lias on hand. Tender, Juicy Sugar Cured Hams for 17c per lb., at Central Market. The Powers pharmacy have been re modeling their ice cream parlor this week, having installed new tables and •hairs, and enlarging the back parlor. Ladies' and children's trimmed hats at Kinney & Company's. The United States land office force have been working over time this week when homesteaders in this district have filed on almost 40,000 aeres of land. C. V. Kinney and family left last Monday for their farm ill the Lost River country, where they will spend the summer, and perhaps' the winter, also. ' Try a ''Norman King" cigar, sold only at the Palace Drug Store. Attorneys Harry and Edward Holden of Idaho Falls, stopped over in Black foot Saturday night. They were on their way to Challis, making the trip bv auto. Men's blue serge suits for $1500, extra good values Biethan's. The sugar factory has made contracts for this year for 11,500 acres of beets, and Superintendent Varley informs us that the prospect for 12,000 acres is very good. Dr. ▼. O. White, Veterinarian, reel dent phone 390, Blackfoot. Mrs. Sadie Bramwell and her chil dren of Ogden, Utah, came to Blackfoot on Saturday, last, and went out to Bockford to establish residence upon her dry farm. A number of farmers and members of the Blackfoot Potato Growers at tended a mooting Su-urday afternoon at the Isis theatre, 'iley were ad irers c i by Mr. Koch *. For bargains in almost everything and anything, visit Clegg's new and second hand store on Main street, Black foot. The latest of our eitizens to become, the possessor of an automobile is Leon Missten, who this week invested in a new Overland car, which the Bills Bros., are agents. Carl Carleson, the messenger boy for the Western Union, has opened up his shoe shining stand in the O. 8. L. depot. It will be a first class place for ladies and gentlemen. New Novelties in ladies' shoes now in stock at Kinney & Company 's. Chief of Police Sewell informs us that forty-five unclaimed canines have been officially and recently executed, whose capture, slaughter and interment cost the city $1.00 per head. Biggest and beBt Boot Beer at the Palace Drug Store. W. L. Reynolds, who was reported cured of a cancor, some time ago, and was under treatment at Salt Lake City for several months, has gone to Logan, Utah, for treatment of the same cause. Dr. V. C. White, Veterinarian, resi dent phone 390, Blackfoot. r Children's white hose, fine mercerized, sizes 5 to 6 1-2, 15e; 7 to 9, 20c. These are extraordinary good values. Biethan's. Jeff Midkiff and Miss Mahqlia Jones both of Blackfoot, were married last Saturday at the Methodist parsonage. A few friends witnessed the ceremony which was performed by Rev. Barn stable. Chapman and family were en l. Whitten, at J. A tertained at dinner by A the Whitten ranch, north of Blaekfoot Sunday. It was a farewell gathering, as the Chapman family moved to Boise Monday. You only make 30 cents extra on a'dozen -Eggs if yon put them down with Flem ing s Egg Preserver. Dustin sells it, try it and be con vinced. a in is 8 G. C. Biggie and wife of Ogden, but who have been in business in Blackfoot for some time past, Went to Ogden yes terday. Mr. Biggie is planning on sell ing his business in Blackfoot and mov ing to Ogden. To-night at the K. of P. hall a fare well party will be tendered Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kiefer, who are about to remove to Idaho Falls. The party is given by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Varley and Mrs. Chubbuek. Enameled Ware Sale Twenty per cent reduction on enameled ware in our bargain basement. THE BROWN-HART CO. G. M. Looey, has purchased the Club Cafe of Harry Smith, the deal being completed last Friday afternoon. Mr. Looey is well known in Blackfoot, hav ing lived in the vicinity for a number of years, and should do well iu the restaurant business. for at an is DON'T forget the beautiful hand painted China on display at the Mc Nees A Burggraf's Art Shop, done by I Mesdames W. K. Buffham and M. B. j Yeaman of Idaho Falls, Idaho. 4-1-2 Splendid for Rheumatism. ' ' I think Chamberlain 's Liniment is just splendid for rheumatism," writes Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge, N. Y. ''It has been used by myself and other mem bers of my family time and time again during the pa*t six years and has al ways given the best of satisfaction." The quick relief from pain which Cham berlain's Liniment affords is alone worth many times the cost. Obtainable everywhere. For sale by all dealers. to ing Two barns on a western farm, exactly alike were painted at the same time; one with Devoe Paint, the other with a well-known mixed paint at the same price. Six gallons of Devoe finished one building, of the other paint nine gal lons were required. You can figure out the economy in Devoe for yourself. When you do any painting ask for Devoe paint, and get it. H. G. Berryman Hardware Co. AGENCY TO WHO IT MAY CONCEBN —The little girl who picked up a small purse last Tuesday afternoon in the alley be tween Powers' pharmacy and Kinney's store, will please return the same to Kinuey's store. New Spring Wash Goods An elegant line in all ma terials and colorings. You should see them. - Priced from 12 l-2c per yard and up. THE BROWN-HART CO. Charley Hillard is about again, after a brief siege of siekuess. Mr. N. F. Boyle and A. Younie, were Pocatello visitors Wednesday. Wo now have plenty of • par cent money to loan on good farm eecuritly. Parklnaor. Realty A Inv- Co.—Ad N. J. Thorstenberg, spent the past week in Salt Lake City on business in connection with his bakery business in Blackfoot. Nofear Davis has become the owner and master of a beautiful new Overland car which he bought at the Billa garage. Fleming's Egg Preserver is guaranteed to keep Eggs 8 months. Call up Dustin's number and get a jar for $1, which will put up 100 dozen Eggs- _ 0. M. Williams, the aacountant of the Blackfoot Mere,.Co., wus among the many visitors to Conference in Salt Lake thiH week. 1 The Ladies' Aid of the Luthera church had a meeting yesterday at the residence of Rev. Stromquist, when music, and prayer was indulged in for the spiritual, and a substantial lunch for the temporal man and woman. Best 10c cigar ever sold ''Norman King", special 5c Saturday aud Sunday at the Palace Drug Store. A crowd of young people went to the forks of the river Sunday for an out ing. Those making the trip were the Misses Epie Curtis, Mahala Midkiff, Estella Bradley, Hazel Haveock, Lena Jones, Eloyse Cloward, Orvine Curtis, Ordell Olmstead and Jess Midkiff, Zen Curtis, Thomas Jones, Ernest Bradley, Dan Baker, Ray Story, Carl Carleson, and Heber Cloward. Attorney C. S. Beebe and wife motored to Idaho Falls yesterday. J. B. Coulson of Aberdeen purchased an auto last night from the Bills garage. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kennedy returned yesterday from their Lost River ranch. H. B. Curtis and F. C. Christ are pre paring to open their Red Cross garage next week. Laura E. Dibble of Salt Lake City, is in Blackfoot to-dav on business. SUGAR BEET YIELD. WASHINGTON, April 5. sugar content of beets and The rich high per centage of extraction helped make a good crop of beet sugar in the United States in the campaign beginning in 1914, the department of agriculture an nounced to-day. Production amounted to 702,054 short tons, or about 11,000 tons less than in 19l3. The area har vested was 480,800 acres and the acre yield eleven tons, the largest since 1906. FOR SALE—650 Cotswool ewes coin ing 5 and 6 years old. Bred to lamtf in April. L. C. Eskew, Shelley Holm's Ranch, phone 9-42. tr Mid-summer Styles are now being shown BOOTH'S MILLINERY First National Bank Building J) A FAD A useful fad. All the rage in the cities. A heavy plated Silver Tea Spoon with the seal and motto of the State on each spoon. The idea is to get one from each State. You can get them at BIETHAN'S FOR 10c if you buy $ 1.00 worth of goods for cash OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl AUTO OWNERS Auto Licenses are now due. Let us help you pay them. We will give to every car owner of Blackfoot and vicin ity from $50. to $200. a year Come and Let us Tell You Our Plan SERVICE GARAGE 351 E Bridge Street Dr. F. J. Alexander, manager of tho above company will be ut: Cottage Hotel, Blackfoot, Friday all div, April 1G. Those having any trouble whatever v'lt.h their eyes should not fail to call. SPRING MILLINERY I will havo on display, commencing April 2nd, 1915, a full line of Spring Mrllinery at my home in the Younie addition, third house across the Mackay track. This is an entirely new stock, selected with care. Prices will be right. Business hours from 1 to 6 p. m. 7-t M. A. Jackson. Subscribe for the Blackfoot Optimist. S. L. Watch Inspector THIS SIGN LOOK EAST 3 "30 ZB LAKE CITY SALT Rock Springs Plenty of that Good Coal is here for you; it's the best "kitchen" fuel you can use. It doesn't make soot and dirt; it's clean, free-burning and sootless. It's been the west's most popular coal for 40 years; It's cheapest in the long run and best always. Order to-day from J. B. DeHart Blackfoot, Idaho You'll always be glad FAMILY WA8HING DONE Any one desiring family 'roiling or washing, please leave orders at this office. adv. tf Subscribe fur the Blaekfoot Optimist.