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$2.25 SOLID ALUMINUM GRIDDLE FOR 85 CENTS IN CASH AND LABELS FROM 50 CENTS'WORTH OF KARO -GET YOUR KARO LABELS AT ONCE AND SEND TOR YOUR. g Riddle* •VERYBODY these days knows aluminum ware—the highest priced and the most satis« factory kitchen ware used in this country. Here Î3 your chance to get a lOjj inch Solid Aluminum Griddle for less than the wholesale price. This Aluminum Griddle needs no greasing. It heats uniformly all over; it doesn't smoke up the house; it doesn't chip ; it doesn't rust and it looks so much better an i cleaner than any of the old kind of griddles. It bakes Griddle Cakes that are really just as crisp as you want them to be. With Karo on them, they are the finest eating in the world —and so digestible because baked without grease that many people who haven't dared to eat griddle cakes for years, are enjoying Karo and Griddle Cakes new. At great expense we are seeking to place a Karo Aluminum Griddle in the homes of all Karo users, so that Karo—the famous spread for griddle cakes and waffles—may be served on the most deliciously baked cakes that can be made. Go to your grocer today and get 50 cents worth of Karo and send us the labels and 85 cents in stamps or money order at once. You'11 get your Aluminum Griddle by prepaid parcel post. You know Karo, no doubt. It is the best known __ and most universally liked syrup in this country. Last year 65,000,000 cans were used. Get your Karo today—and send us the labels and 85 cents at once, so as to be sure of getting yours. We will also send you free the famous Corn Products Cook Book. K E Corn Products Refining Co. P.O.Box 151 Nsw York Dept. PS Keep right on reading the home paper brother and sister, it is the patriotism that leads to the right kind of prepared ness. Oh, no, the politieal pot is no bub bling one wee little bit. It is only a seething cauldron. Truth is a jewel, but if wo tell too mach of it we are liable to get our bloek knocket off. •Inpnn is preparing to bite oil' another slice of China. Hut, then, China has 400,000,000 people who can not fight because they have nothing with which to fight. How would vou like to be the Chink? 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. Everyone 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. 1 50 Pony votes in every 50 lb. sack of our Hour. Votes also in Germade, Graham and White \\ heat Flour. For Sale at All Grocers PEARSON & CO. ''The Grocers" Central Meat Market "The Quality Shop" TheBrown-HartCo. Outfitters for Men, Women and Children. The home of Popular Prices VISIT OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT HENDRIE IMPLEMENT CO. ^îll Wagons, Buggies and Farm Implements We give one pony vote for each penny deposit ed in our savings department. Further details if you call. D. W. Standrod & Co. \ E. & G. Bills Auto Co. Ford and Overland Cars. Repairing The Blackfoot Optimist F. C. CHRIST Neil F. Boyle & Co. THE ISIS THEATRE 2000 Pony Votes with each new Quality Pictures. 50 Pony or old subscription The Jeweler HARDWARE Votes with each paid admission. Patronize These Firms and Get the Pony We note, with satisfaction, that the price of eggs is coming down. Hurrah for eggs! This world is full of givevrs and tak ers, with everybody wanting to lie a taker. Here is a fact that denies contradic tion: Villuis either dead or alive or half wav between. Hut who knows which? Our esteemed friend. Poo Bah Car ranza, has delicately intimated that it would please his Poo Bnhship mightily if the United States turned tail and sneaked out of Mexico without Villa. No doubt A8 THE EDITOR SEES IT. Everybody expects the editor to see everything that occurs and to report it as he sees it. But how many of you like to have us see things that do not exist? llow many of you like to have us report those things that should bo but are not? ' We would like, for instance, to see that spirit of unity nnd brotherly love among our business men that we speak of but seldom see. We would like to tell of the good work they are doing for the community as a whole, of how they are all pulling together with a common end in view, of how their united labors arc producing the most gratifying results in the advancement of t'he commercial interests of our community. We would like to, and we hope in time we may, for nur business men are honorable, in telligent, energetic and persistent in their personal affairs, and only need a leader to make them equally so in the affairs of the municipality. We have hopes. Then again, we would be overjoyed to see every man in this whole commun ity consider seriously the subject of better streets and improved county roads. We are a long ways from per fection or even from desirable con ditions in either, and so long as we re main passive in our attitude and dumb with our words we will continue just ns we are, certainly no better and in time possibly worse. Every intelligent man, amt especially the farmers, knows the inestimable value of improved road con ditions and what it means to our com mercial success. We would like to see a great movement on foot in which we might all join heart and soul. Wo would like to see it, but we don't. We even would welcome the sight of our regiment of young lads working in the gardens, and mowing the yards) and keeping things neat and clean around the premises in their idle hours. We would like to see more of them devising honorable schemes for earning a few pennies and starting that tiny bank ac count. We would like to see them ex hibit a spirit of thrift and energy and perseverance that would be even more than a credit to their parents. True, we see. these commendable traits in many of our lads, but it is quite too often the ease that we don't. We would like to see some kind of general entertainment provided for our people during the summer months. It might be a concert, or n debate, or most any kind of a public gathering where the people can come together and visit and chat for an hour or two each week and get better acquainted. We would like, but again we don't. We would like to see every home in this community a subscriber to this im per, where every person can read of the vital interests of the community and its people. We would like to see every important item of news promptly phoned or mailed or told to us, that we may pass it along. We see much of this, it is true, but there is yet much that we should see and have, but do not. Carranza, like the smoking volcano, has been spouting again. ALWAYS ANOTHER SIDE. Tn the formation of our views oil nat ional, state and municipal affairs many of us are unconsciously led into the error of believing that there is but one side to the question before us—our side. When we become imbued with this oliseession we likewise become intoler ant of opposition and refuse to recog nize the possibility of any views excfpt our own. We might, cite a few instances. We favor a certain man for president in the forthcoming national election. To our mind he is the only man possess ing the necessary qualifications for this exalted position. All others are med iocre and not worth consideration. And yet as a matter of fact there is not a man in the race for the presidency to day but what has his hood and valuable qualities as well as his weak ones, for the brains of this nation are not cen tered in any one man. We have our personal choice and we sincerely be lieve that the man of our choice is the best fitted for the office, blit we should readily concede to our neighbor his inalienable right to differ from us id this belief. We may favor a certain system in municipal government and our neigh bor may entertain views radically diver gent from our own. But this does not necessarily imply that we are exactly right, in our conception and that our neighbor is entirely wrong, for our neighbor, though differing from us in our views, yet possesses intelligence and is quite capable of applying it. in re lation to any subject before the people In fact there are two sides to every question. The preponderance of argu ment may be in favor of one side, yet. the advocates of the other side but speak in the light of their training and of their sincere conception of what is for the public weal. They are honest in their convictions, as we are honest in ours, and wisdom bespeaks the utmost tolerance on the part of all factions and peoples for those who oppose them in their policies and beliefs. It is by the careful exercise of this wisdom that a nation becomes great and strong and dominating in the world of affairs, while to pursue a reverse policy is to invite bickering, exasperation and ultimate disintegration. Try Jap Rose Th« wonderful "Sunday Morning Bath" Soap Hi* camrm-GnmoPt 1 TtflulàOf W* Happy days and happy evenings if yon ssrvt "Becco'Mhe summer beverage with a fang you just can't help liking;—TRY iT! -order from UrnniiHj&Ifh OGDEN UTAH SflDBE VgP 3Ä* MALTING III our conduct of affairs let us think as we choose, but bow cheerfully to the will of the majority and work in har mony for the common good of all of the people. YOUNG MAN, WHO ARE YOU? Are you known by your own name, or are you known merely as your father's sou? Are you known by your own good qualities and by your own acts, or are you remembered simply because you bear the name of better people who con ceived you and brought you into this world? The young man who can look his ei ders straight in the eye and say "I am James Martin" already has opportun ity at his feet, but the fellow who can say nothing better than that "lie is Robert Martin's son" will still be grop ing in the darkness of the future after opportunity has vanished in the dis til nee. Be something, do something, create a personality of your own, and the world will know you nnd respect you for what you are and not for what your parents: were before you. But continue content ns "another mail's son" and you will lie accorded the respect and priviledges only of "an other man's son," and when death over takes you vour home paper will apeak, charitably of you merely as "another man's son." To the Public. "I have been using C'bninberlain's Tablets for indigestion for the past six months, and it affords me pleasure to say 1 have never used a remedy that did me so much good." Mrs. C. E. Riley, 111 ion, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets are obtainable everywhere.