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IW> SUBSTITUTE A quantity of "Pablo" which was captured some time ago by the sher iff's office and sent to the State chem ist for analysis as to -its alcoholic char acter, has been declared a sober and legitimate beverage, according to the State test, which showed only 1 per cent alcohol, which is not enough kick to make the imitation beer very popu Bclts for men will be in style again this summer. Skinnies will wear them and fatties will ditto if they can find oue long enough to reach around Fluffy Hair with JAP ROSE Th« wonderful "Sunday Momin* Bath" SOAP Removes all excess hair oil, invigorates the scalp and leaves the hair clean, soft and pretty. Delightfully perfumed with the fra grance of fresh roses. Unequalled for bath and general toilet use. Use but little — It'a all lather For Free Sample Write Jam« S. Kirk & Co.. Dept. 334, Chicago, U. S. A. 'ROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. W. GAUMER Doctor of Chiropractic Acute and Chronic Diseases Office in Anderson Block Phone 223. Residence 218 BLACKFOOT IDAHO. O W. A. BEAKLEY Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice in State and Federal Courts. Markus Blenkle Building BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. j HARNESS OILING NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR HARNESS OILED AND REPAIRED FULL LINE OF Home Made Harness That- are Strictly Guaranteed. SHOE REPAIRING. I Blackfoot I Harness Shop X LEO HENISH, PROPRIETOR. ! NO. 40 WEST BRIDGE STREET *HOIIBIIOIMNIBIlBIMM)tMUWIBII#!4' bi —m it Î D. A. JENKENS Contractor and Builder * BRICK. WORK A SPECIALTY BLACKBOOT, IDAHO. O tOCÇwSM H vSWÇ*® 4 4 tgsOff -s ö e « -»«*«» « 3 * 5 f t «SSÎW3* | O IDLE HOUR FOOL HALL * W. L. PARKER, PROPRIETOR t A pleasant and .refre.slfiqg rese t tt where von can get a good 1 and a cool drink'. N. Main Street. 6 GIVE IT A CALL. Ï M. BOYLE, REAL ESTATE j Anything von want to lmv or soll. X ♦ LVs. Plume .J2L». i\ (). Box 412. J I I Lost River land to soli or ox I I U rdiau&e for Black foot ami sur J rounding property. Office Phono Û .'»91. Over Pearson's grocery A store, Room i*. Blaekfot, Ida. X ! I j, i i I i j ! I O. S. L. Watch Inspector CHLCHPTI.RSPLLW Udl*slAstywrPr«nls|fcf < kUàcs-tsr » DlsissJ Bwrfi 1*111« in He« «ad €*•!« incutfe* Ik»* es. sealed with Blue Rinhna. ïrîÿi^»ffJ!Sî.îV X tm a OlAiOMI» niltN» PILLS, fur S« rears known as Best. Safest, A 1 ways Rdiahir SOLD &V BRIWilSTS EYtRYWKtt County Commiss ioners' Proceedings May 22, Ml«. STATE OF IDAHO. CJounty of Bingham—ss. This 22nd day of May. 1016, having been set as a regülar adjourned meet ing day, and no quorum being present, it is hereby ordered that the Board do adjourn until June 15, 1916. J. G. BOND, Chairman. east 96 feet to place of" begin .III«« IS, Ml«. •STATE OF IDAHO. County of Bingham—ss. The Board met this rtqy pursuant to adjournment of May 22, 1916. Present: J. G. Bond, Chairman; and M. A. Fugate, and F. M. Fisher. Clerk, when the following proceedings were had, to-wit: In the matter of acquiring' land from Leon Misslin for a public road: The above entitled matter çoming on this day for hearing, and it appearing to the Board that the land hereinafter described is necessary for a public road for public use. said land being 4.75 acres, more or less, with boundar ies as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point west 131 feet and south 25 feet from the north west corner of Section 3, Township 3 South, Hange 36 East, Boise Meridian, thence south 5H degrees 30 minutes east 3545 feet: thence south 31 degrees 30 minutes west 50 feet: thence north 58 degrees SO minutes west 3626 feet; then« nine. We find the reasonable value of the land above described and the damages accruing to the owner thereof, stiid Leon Misslin. to be the sum of $190.o0, and it appearing that the County Sur veyor has heretofore made a survey of said tract of land, and made, and filed a plat thereof, and it further appear ing that the said Leon Misslin fails and refuses to execute a deed for said road right of way, and that no amicable set tlement or agreement or reasonable bargain therefor can be made with him in settlement of such damages, and it further appearing that said road is a public necessity and is required for the use, convenience and accommodations of the public generally, and that the highway sought to be opened is one of public utility, required by public necessity for the public welfare, com fort and convenience, and said road be ing desired for the use of the entire public, all persons to have free and un restricted right in common to use it at their pleasure and on equal terms, It is hereby ordered that said road Vie opened up and constructed in ac cordance with law by the proper road overseer of that district under the direction of this Board, and the Pros ecuting Attorney is hereby directed to notify the owner of said tract of land that an order has been entered by the Board directing condemnation suit, ami said Prosecuting Attorney is hereby authorized and directed to bring such condemnation suit forth with upon the failure of said Leon Misslin to accept said s>um of $190.00 and furnish a proper weed to the Coun ty for said tract of land. In the matter of the recision of ap pointment of John H. Miles, Justice of the Peace of Presto Precinct: The above entitled matter coming on for hearing «this day, and it appearing to the Board that the .order heretofore made on the 8th day of May. 1916. ap pointing said John H. Miles Justice of the Peace for Presto Precinct was er roneously made, and that said appoint ment was illegal for tl<e reason that there were and are two previously reg ularly elected and appointed Justices of tin* Peace of said Precinct who have heretofore qualified as such offi cers, and there being no vacancy, said appointment was and is void. There fore the appointment of said John H. Miles is hereby rescinded and can celled, and the Clerk of this Board is directed to so notify him In the matter of cancellation of 1913 Delinquency Tax Certificate No. 254. of C. N. Corbridge: The above .entitled matter having come on for hearing this day on rep resentations of C. V. Fisher, and it ap pearing to the Board that final certifi cate for the SE% NE %, Section 32, Township 4 South. Hange 32. was is sued to C. N. Corbridge in November, 1914, and that the said land was there fore 'erroneously assessed and taxed for the year 1913. it is hereby ordered that Delinquency Certificate No. 254. dated January 12. 1914. he. and the same is hereby cancelled, and the Aud itor is directed to make proper nota tions upon tin* real property assess ment roll and the other records of his office. The County Attorney is hereby ! authorized and directed to dismiss the I foreclosure suit now pending involv said DelinqU' rtifieatc 25 4 tition titled puM District No Mowing point Hange Hai Fast Forethouskt. nl j'l People are learning that a little fore thought often saves them a big ex j, pease. Here . is an instance. E. \V. i Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: * - I do i not believe that'our family has been I without Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera i and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com j meueed keeping house years ago. When ! we go on an extender! visit we tako ; -l£ I with us." Obtainable evervwhere. LADIES Expert facial and scalp treatments, shampooing and manicuring—any hour by appointment. Helen Quinlan, 495 N. Stout Ave., phone 184.—Adv. Let Us Save You Money!! Why throw your old tires and tubes away when they have advanced from 10 to 25 per cent. Bring them to us and get an estimate on guaranteed re pairs. for don't yon know that we have the best equipped tire plant in Idaho Watson's Garage. Adv. 1-27 tf. Mid-Summer Fashions In Suits and Frocks Wa»h Satin Favored for Suits, Separate Coats and Skirts—Handkerchief Linen, Striped and Dotted Smart for Shirtwaists Stenciled Shoe-Tops the Latent Fad New York, .Tune 14.—With the first sultry days of summer, one naturally turns to white, or the pale-toned linçps and cottons- Owing to the popularity of stripes and checks, it is safe to say that it will not be an all-white season, but all-white is to be very popular, nev ertheless. Wash Satin in Suits and Dresses. One of the coolest and most novel of the new summer materials, both for suits and dresses, is wash satin. This comes in the plain flat tones and also in white. It is a practical fabric, too, as it sheds dust, does not wrinkle readily, and launders perfectly. Coats and blouses, too, for wear with skirts of linen, the corded cottons, or the regula tion suit skirt of serge or gabardin., are being fashioned of wash satin, most effectively. A tennis coat, in Norfolk Pink Organdie Black Satin Blouse, Skirt. fashion, a belted Russian, or one of the various other peplum models, developed in a. soft tone of satin, or for after noons. The sheer linens, cottons and silks are all very popular for frocks and blouses, l'ale tones and White predominate. Or gandies and voiles are dainty and cool for afternoon frocks, and net and taf feta are combined effectively for even ing and the more elaborate afternoon dresses. Separate Coats and Skirts. How the separate skirt could' ever have been laid aside for a season or two, as it was, is indeed a mystery, when one considers how very practical it is. Its popularity, however, this sea son is quite making up for the year or two of indifference. Separate skirts of taffeta, satin, faille and similar silks are being worn considerably for all daytime purposes, combined with blouses of Georgette, chiffon and the other sheer silks. For sports purposes, striped and checked linens, canvas weaves, cotton velours, corduroys, and the various white corded cottons are favored, as well as the novelty wash Baking Powder Biscsiis Light as a Feather By Mrs. Janet McKenzie l / ill, F 's tor cf the Boston Cooking School Magazine Baking Towder Biscuits made by this recipe are so far abend of ordinary bn- I king powder biscuits tin t, if oncetre d, ! you will never »«s any other r - ipe. ! Try it tlie next time you run short of i ! bread. Save this recipe. * 3 ?:« ■ C Baklnd Powder Biscuits Three cups flour; to cup short ening; 3 level teaspoon fuis K C Baking Pou'cier; about l cup tnilk or water; 1 teaspoon/ul salt. Sift three times, the fionr, salt and baking powder. Work into the flour tire shortening, using lard or butter for shortening. Then mix to a very soft dough with the milk. The softer the biscuit enters the oven, the lighter it comes out. Never knead baking powder biscuits; press the dough into shape and roll lightly. Cut iu small shapes and hake on a sheet or very shallow pan in a hot oven. In placing biscuits in the pans place well apart, not allowing edges » > touch. Small biscuits are better than large ones. Large biscuits do not have the proper amount of time to raise and bake. Have ynn aeeu the new E C Conk's Book» Brimful ot appetizing recipes that simply mush he successful every time if the few siirv >le direc tions are carefully followed. You would gladly pay SO cents for this valuable book, yet ire lent if absolutely f tee upon receipt of the colored cer tificate packed in every 25-centc;\n of KC Baking Bowder. Jauvu Mpu. Co.. Chicago. Suutll WMf. da rot hurt Cook'S Buck certi fic a te «. I satins and jersey silks; wool jersey in bright tones of rose, green, gold, and like shades is also popular. The separate skirt and contrasting eoat are particularly smart for sports purposes. Some of the good shops are showing cream-white serge skirts, com bined with wash satin blouses, and coats of blue serge, or the novelty striped silks or linens, for tennis', golf and the like. This combination of white skirt and blue eoat is not new, of course, but it is unusually effective. Handkerchief Linen Blouses. Organdy, voile, crepe de Chine and the wash satins are practical and popu lar for blouses this summer, and a par ticularly dainty revival is handkerchief linen. Although one expects linen to crush more easily than almost any of the other materials, it is nevertheless cool and fresh for summer wear. There are some, especially pretty stripes and patterns in these linens, combinations of rose, French blue, pale greens, and the various other pastel shades, now fa vored in the crepes, voiles and other sheer cottons and silks. Two effective peplum blouses are illustrated here; one is of pongee, a slip-on model, finished at the normal waist with the new elastic shirring, and the other is of pale pink organdy. Tire pongee blouse is worn with a pongee skirt,, making a cool frock for mornings or informal after noon purposes. The organdy blouse, which closes down the front with loops and tiny crystal buttons, is belted with a narrow black grosgrain ribbon belt, and is worn with one of the new black satin skirts. This is one of the novel combinations of the season for.after noon wear. Neck finishes and cuffs offer partic ularly interesting possibilities this sea son. A well fitting cuff has much to do with the success of the gown, and may be flattering or decidedly unbecoming to the hand. Although one sees but few short sleeves, as the season ad vances they will, in all probability, be TO/ mim rrb I I V Pongee Frock with Slip-On Blouse. casons past, eutirelv giv vlii.-li proves ' of common ■V than ever as much favored as in High collars seem to have «'ll way to the open throat, «hat I .'nine Fashion has mo sense to deal with just n before in lier reign. Tire Hand-Painted Fad. Having reached its height, it is sard that tire hand-painted notion is now on tire wane, perhaps the very last thing to Ire talked about is (lie painted slme top: black patent leather shoes, with white tops, are finished with a delicate ly colore I fleur de lis or orchid, and can vas shoes also are stenciled effectively to carry out the color scheme of the frock. For- low shoes and pumps the stenciled stocking is tonne trimmed canva worn with white linen costumes. the slur and thing. a r< <'re living sports GIVING THE HOUSEWIFE MORE THAN SHE DEMANDS During these days of tire high cost of living tire shrewd housewife demands her money's worth in all the food she buys. To demand it is one thing, but to actually receive it is another. You have a way of detecting short measure, but how do you know you are not receiving inferior quality? In purchasing foodstuffs how do you determine whether or not you are re ceiving your full money's worth? Do you buy a certain brand because your mother or grandmother always used it I Science has improved foodstuffs like everything else. If you use a certain brand because it has proven "satisfac tory to you*" how can you be sure that you are getting the best, keeping abreast with the times, getting the lat est improvements? In deciding upon different brands of foodstuffs there is only one way to prove which gives the fullest value at any price, and that one way is results— that which proves "Best by Test." A few manufacturers of food pro ducts guarantee to refund your money if their braird does not prove best. Such CAST IRON Tast iron can bo welded, and when done is stronger than ever before. All of those eastings you have thrown away just because you thought they could not be welded have lost you money. We weld east iron, steel, aluminum, brass, copper, and stove metal build in gears, weld auto frames, cylinders, etc. Repair Auto Tires and Tubes OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED jp Welding and Vulcanizing ROY FULLENWIDER BLACKFOOT, IDAHO NORTH MAIN STREET. firms and their products should be pat ronized. Among these are the makers of Calumet Baking Powder. There is a new calendar out that covers twenty centuries, from 100 to 3100. And, iilcidentnlly, we hope the wav will be over by tho time a new one is in demand. 3 o •Si . "Goodies " — goodies that just m-e-l-t in your mouth — light, Huffy, tender cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry—all made with Calumet— tire safest, purest, most economical Baking Pow der. Try it—drive away bake-dav failures." Roceived Highest Awards AV in („ole Jit nth I-Wr— See Slip in i'uumt Cun. I ^DjADEbythe TRUST 7Ä *. -tiw*» 2i â - ;j <%. 'S$| Rsfp" vv V ' , ___ y it r\ v'.H.-.l::. ,1'ov -- J *r .»t.u not 1 ; (• *•'.'** me - CM it's Pure and far su pi -r to sour m i no more necessary than Smallpox. An .y experience has demonstrat'd the almost miraculous efri Ca and hnrmlessnrss, of Antityphoid Vaccination. Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, ycu ai.1 your family. It. is mora vital than house Insurance. A.k your physician, drugfilst, or send for "Have, you had Typhoid?'* telling of Typhoid Vaccine, results from use, and danger from Typhoid Carriers. THE CUTTf.lt IABOBATOHV, BERKELEY. CAL ...OOUCINe VA.> **£3 . SEKUN* UNDFR U. S GOV '.IClIll Wall Paper, Rugs aiid Furniture. _ SAVE YOU Money. BIETHAN'S Why Leave Machinery in the Rain? It is proved that ma- ^^chines exposed to the weather rust out Æ three times as quickly as they wear Aril. In other words, out of every Æfout dollars you in vest in a machine gets three of them if you M \let it. Some men Mwst their barm to atoro their tools, ÆhwX. usually there Isn't enough Æ space. Why not keep it in a shed» tire modern way. The m cost of building such a shed is much Æ\es3 than you think, much less than ^vvlrat you'd otherwise have to pay giot new machines and new parts. F VVe lme a full line of good building materials. The sooner you get your shed started, the sooner saving you money. GEM STATE LUMBER CO. Gfl—--— ; ...... . A. Barette, Manager. Blackfoot, Idaho. Glycerine and Bark Prevent Appendicitis The .simple mixture of buckthorn I bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler i ka, astonishes Blackfoot people. Be cause Adlor-i-kn acts on BOTH lower .....I upper bowel, ONE SPOONFUL elieves almost ANY CASE of consti pation, sour .......rich or gas. It re moves such surprising foul matter that a few doses often relieve or prevent appendicitis. A short treatment helps chronic, stomach trouble. The IN STANT, easy action of Adler i-ka is astonishing. Edw. Tlroresoa, druggist. Hair Switches , c.Tvm to match your hair. A regular $4.50 value for $1.45, for a short time only. Come and see for yourself. Biethan's HOGS WANTED An unlimited number of feeders for which the highest cash prices Mali be paid at COZY NOOK FARM E. J. Scofield, Prop.