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JULY Celebration At Blackf oot Sunday, July 2 - Motorcycle race from Salt Lake City to Blackf oot, distance 195 miles. Be at Blackfoot, notice the progress of the race, and witness the finish. 10 A. M—Oration at hair Grounds. TUESDAY, 4 = 1 P. M.—Base Ball Game, 4 P. M.—Auto Races. 5 P. M.-—Horse Races. Music all Day by Two Big Bands. $2,500.00 Given Away in Prizes EXHIBITION WITH A SEARCHLIGHT IN THE EVENING! Dont go home until you witness what cati be done with the great artificial eye as operated from the towers of our big ships MONTHLY REVIEW OF COUNTY AGENT WORK FOR MAY. 1916. ADVISES SINGLE TREATMENT. County Agent McCall of Cauyon j county " advances a new argument «.gainst the use of the double treatment of hog cholera, which should appeal to «very one interested in the control of j this disease. He says: "To keep, •vory herd immune from cholera by the i5lip a few Prince Albert Smokes into vour system! ,.SEM You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you smoke your fill without a comebackl Stake your bank roll that it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll ike your bank roll that i Fringe Albert the national joy smoke ■ feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-so lipe it was a tip to a thousand-dollar bill ! It's worth that in happi ness and contentment to ypu, to every man who knows what can be ^ gotten out of a chummy j jimmy pipe or a makin's / \ cigarette with /J i % Prince Albert for // m " packing:"! // ». J. REYNOLDS TORACCO CO. Wiwlw-Sska. N. C. • A» • Albert tidy red tin, and in fact, every Prince Albert package, has k real measage-to-you on its reverse aide. You'll read Process Patented July 3Uth. 1907." That means that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on the process by which Prince Albert is ade. And by which tongue bite and throat parch are cut out ! Every where tobacco is sold you'll And Prince Albert awaiting you in toppy red bags. 5c; tidy red tins. 10c: handsome pound and half-pound tin humidor! and in that clever crystal humidor, with sponge - moistener top, that keeps the tobacco in such fine condition— always! j use of the double treatment would be prohibitive when we consider the coun ty as a whole, for each crop of pigs ' would have to be vaccinated at a cost of from :10 to 40 cents a head. During a normal year this would mean that the cost of vaccination in a county like Canyon would be enormous. By the use of measures to prevent infec tion, and the use of the single treatment only in herds in which cholera has bro ken out, the financial outlay wont»-«? small in proportion and with but little more loss of animals where prompt; measures are taken.'' POTATO DISEASE SITUATION SER IOUS. Mr. McCall reports that the work in demonstrating eontrol of potato dis ease, whieh has occupied much of his time in April and May, has brought up bigger problems than at first anticipat ; 'W> Ht seems that it is practically im possible to secure disease free seed and one hesitates to predict what will be the ultimate outcome. Mr. McCall writes: "The experiences of our pota to disease co-operators has been some what discouraging. Our co-operator at Payette after finding that his seed was badly infected, spent an entire day driv ing about the neighborhood iu his car trying to find disease free seed, or even seed that was comparatively free from disease, but did not find any, so plant ^ Classi fied Advertising ^ WANTED. FAMILY 8EWING—Ladies wishing ■•wing done at their home* by the day will please notify Mrs. J. A. Howrey, 281 North Shilling Ave. Phone 279. ■ • ! ; j WANTED—Immediately, two demon Htratoi-x for city. Give addres« and phone number. Address Box 582, Idaho Falla. 6-22-lt FOR BALE. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—Eleetrie washer, at Clegg's New ami Second Hand Furniture Store. DURHAM BULL FOR SERVICE— Price $1.50 cash. I. J. Speaker's, West Bridge Street. (i-22-2t. FOR SALE — At Clegg's furniture store, an electric washer in good con dition, cheap.—Adv. tf. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Have 100 acres in Sacramento valley, Califor nia, which I desire to sell or trade for ranch in vicinity of Blackfoot. Place partially improved. Will give a good deal. C. S. Knodle, Phone 415 J :t, Blackfoot, Idaho, R. F. D. No. 2. 6-1-tf. Pur« Bred Single Comb White Leg horn Eggs. Heavy winter laying. Phone 282-J4.—adv. FOR SALE—Pure Bred Registered Big Type Poland China Boars, ready for Service.— P. W. Powers, Blackfoot, Idaho. 7-22 FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Ap ply ut 287 East Pacific. Close in. FOR LEASE—40 acres of unimproved land with water right, about four ami one-half miles northwest of Blackfoot. Will lease for five years. Parties interested write to L. E. Ev erett, 642 N. Main, Pocatello, Ida. tf. LOST. Lost—2 year-old roan horse with white spot on foreheed. Reward to ( limier. Leave information here. ed only one-half an acre plot instead of a larger demonstration plot.'' Now that the potatoes are all planted j in the demonstration plots, Mr. Birch ' has more time to devote to follow up j the campaign for silos. He reports a great interest in silos in his county, by I cattlemen and sheepmeu as well us dairymen, and that sevrai silos are go ing to be erecteii by both cattle and sheep feeders. In this connection,, un usual success in feeding silage to both ewes and lambs is r.ported by Mr. J. E. Clinton, of Boise, who has several silos and feeds on a large scale. He feeds a large number of lambs for the early market and is satisfied that he has solved the problem of profitable production of early lambs by feeding silage, with chopped alfalfa hay and cottonseed meal. Mr. Clinton plans to erect a JOO-ton solid concrete silo this J PORTLAND LIVE STOCK MARKET Portland, Ore.. June 18.—Gattle— Receipts fairly heavy, although not as heavy as last Monday, about 1,100 head being on the market, quality in the main was anything but choice. Good steers were steady, with best selling nt ( $8.25. Californians brought $8.00 on down for rather inferior offerings. Ex- 1 /* # 3 x30. 10.40 31x30.13.40 4 x33.22.00 Fisk Branches in More Than 125 Citt Non^Sktdt T HE man who uses Fisk Non Skids knows he cannot buy greater tire value, more mileage or the same service. Present Low Prices On Fisk Grey Non-Skid Casings 41x38.31.20 41x38.31.58 5 x37.37.30 —less than the plain tread styles of several other standard makes. 125 Fisk Branches insure prompt attention to dealer and user. E. & G. Bills Auto Co. oept for well finished cattle the market was slow. Hogs—4,000 hogs snw a higher mar ket today. Tops were again at $8.25, with the bulk going a good nickel to a dime higher than lust week's close, the market closing strong. Sheep—There was a very sizable run of sheep today—nearly :i,000 head. The market was not strong. Lambs sold steady, but other sheep were weak. Lambs are quoted at $8.00 to $8.25 for best quality. NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS. ~ \ By Monday, June 25, I will be pre pared to wash cars and sell gasoline and grease at the Red Barn on Bridge street. Bridge street is the most direct and best road from Blackfoot to Po catello, as it avoids many tiirus and railroad crossings, which are injurious to cars and dangerous to their occu pa''»». J. D. MURPHY. NOTICE. County resident!) along Route 1, Pin gree, are hereby reminded that therft must be 100 mail boxes placed along ( »he road to receive letters, before June 27, to enable the postmaster to install 1 the route according to instructions.