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O----- Ô Hon. H. C. C. Rich is sick ami has gone to Logan, Utah, for medical aid. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and daughters of Blackfoot, were at Eagle Bend Iasi Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Baker and brother and wife went to Blackfoot last Wed nesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ike T>. Brown were in Plackfoot Wednesday visiting their daughter, Mrs. Obediah Campbell. Mr. E. E. Thompson and son Floyd, were in Blackfoot Wednesday on busi ness. William Brouse and family left for Oklahoma last Monday. The children of the Rock schoolhouse under the care of Miss Collien are pro-| greasing very noticeably, and the at | tendance is good. Miss Mary Graham- visited Mis., Collien at Eagle Bend Wednesday evening. Mr. Frank Brown lost a fine colt last night. Joe Moody, of Pocatello, is visiting his brothers, Lon Woody and Henry Woody. Jake Naillion is moving to the Switzler ranch near Pingrce. Mr. Frank Baker is preparing to move to Moreland in a few days. Misses Gladys Graham and Isabel Jackson were visiting aj Eagle Bend Thursday. The Misses Burristons were visiting last Saturday at Eagle Bend, the guests of Miss Collien, the teacher. Mr. Ed. Hayden was visiting at Eagle Bend last Sunday. The following neighbors visited Mrs. S. P. Graham last Sunday: E. E. Thompson and family, Mr. Beebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Quisen berry, Misses Hannah and Alice Clough Mr. Dell Clough Miss Eva Burriston and Isabella Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Alma Clough were In Blackfoot Saturday on business. John Burriston and Frank Brown were in, Blackfoot last week. Two missionaries, Clifford Robert son and Robert Nelson visited tin Sunday school at the Log Meeting Mouse last Sunday and addressed a large gathering of Sunday school child ren. T on Wnndv went to Blackfoot lust. Mondav on busine-u. PONY CONTEST OPPORTUNITIES. Every ad. on this page signifies a value in the line of Merchandise it represents. Every person buying Merchandise from any of the following stores will receive votes on the Pony Contest. Evejryone has a chance on the Pony and Watches~no one knows how the con test stands until it's over. Look these firms over. Powers' Pharmacy THE SAN-TOX STORE Buy your spraying materials of us and get votes on the Pony. Lime and Sulphur, Arsenate of Lead, Formalde hyde and all farmers requisites on hand. Blackfoot Farmers Milling Co., Ltd. 150 Pony votes in every 50 lb. sack of our flour. Votes also in Germade, Graham and White Wheat Flour. For Sale at AH Grocers The Hoffman Tailoring Co. SUITS No More $15.00 No Less The Store That Gives The Values. H. F. Hoffman Frank Garvin PEARSON & CO. "Thé Grocers" Central Meat Market "The Quality Shop" The Blackfoot Optimist 2000 Pony Votes with each new or old subscription F. c. CHRIST The Jeweler Neil F. Boyle & Co. HARDWARE We give one pony vote for each penny deposit ed in our savings department. Further details if you call. D. W. Standrod & Co. HENDRIE IMPLEMENT CO. W agons, Buggies and Farm Implements E. & G. Bills Auto Co. Ford and Overland Cars. Repairing The Brown-Hart Co., Ltd. Outfitters for men, women and Children. THE ISIS THEATRE Qyality Pictures. 50 Pony Votes with each paid admission. Patronize These Firms and Get the Pony RIVERS LUk. A birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. O. J. Cobbly at her home Thursday evening. Refreshments were served and the evening was spent in playing games and having a jolly good time. About twenty relatives and friends were present. Ruben Lim has been confined to his home for a few days with a light case of quinsy. Last Tuesday was the first day he was able to get out to work and he had an accident that came very near being serious. He was driving his team which became frightened and ran away, throwing him out of the wagon, and in some way he was caught anil dragged under the wagon for some distance, the horseg bec , anie 0(ltanKe d in the harness an( , fe „ to the ground> where thov were caught before they had a chance to get away again. Mr. Lim was quite badly bruised up, and will be laid up for a few days. Two small boys were in the wagon with him, but they stayed with the wagon, and escaped in jury John Casto while driving through a gate, run into a post and was thrown out of the wagon. He sustained a broken rib. Hans Peterson. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The undersigned will be in his office every Saturday up to the fourth Mon day in June to hear complaints from tax payers in relation to their tax valuations. E. T. MALCOLM. County, Assessor. WARRANT CALL Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing warrants of the City of Black foot, Idaho, will be paid on présenta tion at the office of the deputy city treasurer at the First National Bank: General Fund, Nos. 1757 to 1790 in clusive. Cemetery Fund: Nos. 502 to 51(1 in elusive. MRS. L. M. CHERRY, By - Treasurer. B. F. PENNINGTON, Secretary. Dated March 50, 191(1. adv See the Parkinson's for your notary work. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! The newest lasts Blacks, Browns RALSTON SH< and wear at the Dr. Reed the easiest shoe pair. WORK SE and styles in the newest leathers— Hid Tans. )ES —the kind that give comfort right i rices. 's Cushion Sole Shoes bn earth. If your feet bother try a 10ES —A full line at right prices. Biethan's ADDITIONAL LOCALS Whit-leather, guaranteed hoisery for men, women and children, two pairs for 25 cents. Racket Store, adv. Robert Peterson spent Sunday in Idaho Falls visiting friends there. Miss Valine Gutting, of Sterling, is spending the week visiting here, the guest of Miss ,Nada Brown, Miss Nellie Baker returned Tuesday from Mackay, where she has been visiting friends for the past two weeks W. C. Allen spent the first of the week in Moore, attending to business matters. Mrs. M. S. Wright, of Boise, ar rived in town Tuesday, and will visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. F Smith for about two weekh. The Catholic Altar Society met at the home of Mrs. James Ryan Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. Morris Watson, who was called to Salt Lake City on the account of the illness of her sister, returned Fri day and reports her sister I much im proved. .. .. A farewell party was given in the first ward Mormon church, in honor of Joseph Scofield, who leaves on a mis sion to the northern states this week. About 200 people were present, and all spent an enjoyable evening. Mrs. Nellie Messenger and son of Michigan, are in Blackfoot where they intend to make their future home. They are the mother and brother of Mrs. J. C. Estensen. The young people of the Baptist church have formed two societies, the Buicks and Fords, the Rev. Austin anil Harry Weber the captains. The so cieties gave a supper in the parleis of the Baptist ehureh last Friday even ing as an introduction of their work. Earl Miller, who has been attending school in Salt Lake City, returned home Saturday, and will remain here. HORSE SALE On Saturday, April 8, 1916, we will sell at public auction one bay gelding 15% hands high, and weighing 1000 ^ . ** pounds, 10 years old. The animal will | be sold at our veterinary infirmary to the highest bidder to satisfy feed bill. , nlII mT, c WHITE & WILLIAMS, Blackfoot, Ida. Class! Strength! Character! Dependability! Repeat these four words slowly and thoughtfully— then add— Economy! —splendid attributes these —and they are all possessed^ by Buick. A Buick demonstration is yours for the asking. Red Cross Garage 301 - 305 North Main Street Blackfoot, : : : Idaho That piece or parcel of alley lying land situnte between Main ami Tailor all ,i Bridge and Pacific streets, in the City of Blackfoot, known as ''Bootleg Alley, had not a very "dry" appear ance Mondav morning when almost a , r - , .dozen infant demijohns just recently emptied were scattered in the mud. Lost, Strayed or Stolen One black 2-year-old Alley from the Dubois ranch. Please return and re ceive suitable reward. MRS. FRED DUBOIS.