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= f)l 1 p LITTLE NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST s olackroot m z : TO THE LOCAL READER = WH »jiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiic+o+iiiiiiiitifiiniiiiitiiiiifuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitK Blackfoot Real Estate & Auction Co. WEEKLY BARGAINS Wo have some of the GREATEST BARGAINS in farms that have been heard of in Snake river valley for 10 years. buj Only one brass bed left. You can it cheap One small Refrigerator, only $4. One Majestic Range Just like N for $40.00. Has a 20-inch oven. * One Charter Oak range in good dition $25.00. One small Dresser, only $5. One small Iron Bed, only $5; spr included. A few chairs of different makes, full leather Rocker cfieap. One new Victor Piano, cost $400, $150. This is your chance. If you need some good work harness we can supply your wants at a very low price as we want to clean them ail out. We have one NEW SET of GOOD work harness complete. You had better see them before you buy if you care to save money. We have one Douden Potato-Digger you can buy at a bargain. And one Potato Sorter. A good one, too. Very cheap. Several Second Hand Buggies, single or double. We always have some Horses foi «ale. FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY If you want to buy or sell just call and see us as we have all sorts of Snaps in Farms and City Property. We have 12 1-2 Acres adjoining Blackfoot, with an abundance of water, a three-room house and well. Land in high state of cultivation. All for $2500.00 and will give VERY EASY TERMS— just a small payment down and balance like rent. SEE US. BLACKFOOT REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION CO. Thomas Bumbarner is spending the week in Heise Springs. Ben Holbrook has moved to Rigby from- American Falls Miss Lilly Unser spent Wednesday in Pocatello, visiting friends. Miss Clara Calhoun visited friends in j Pocatello, last Saturday. Mrs. John G. Brown is spending the week in Salt Lake City Waiter Roberts is spending the week on his vacation at Garner, Idaho. Tom Johnson and wife returned Mon day from a jaunt in the Yellowstone Park. Seven per cent money to loan on good farm securities by Parkinson Realty A Investment Co.—adv. Miss Vera Neeb of Pocatello, spent Sunday in Blackfoot aguest of Mrs Miller. L. R. Aldrich and family departed Monday for a tour through Yellowstone Park. Miss Constance Kinney of Pocatello, is_ spending the week in Blackfoot, vis iting her sisters. Dr. J. B. Davis made a profession al trip to Idaho Falls Tuesday, return ing the same day. A large line of new and up to data stationery at Powers' Pharmacy.—Adv. Judge Cowan and Earl Weaver left Saturday for Maekav, where they will remain this week. Harry Hunter of Mnckay spent Sat urday in Bleck foot, while enroute to Mackay from Los Angeles, California, where he was cnlled on account of the death of his wife. WATSON'S GARAGE BLACKFOOT 'S OLDEST AND LARGEST GAR AGE. BETTER SERVICE FOR LESS MONEY. WE SELL NO CARS. BUT REPAIR ALL MAKES, AND CAN FURNISH YOU WITH REPAIRS AND PARTS FOR ANY MAKE OF CAR. EXPERT TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRING. M. B. WATSON, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. THE BEX ALL STORE" 1 fANSCCP ?EEDE FILM S PICTURE SEASON IS HERE. WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF ANSCO FOLDING CAM ERAS AND "BUSTER BROWN" BOX CAM ERAS. - • t t-•* jgd£ji Headquarters for the "Ansco" THE MOST RAPID FILM ON THE MARKET. IF YOU EVER USE CYKO PAPER YOU WILL USE NO OTHER. J i PAPEU 'P • ? . Cameras and Suppli Palace Drug Store PHONE 19 THE REXALL STORE. EDWARD THORESON, PROPRIETOR .1- H. Page departed Friday for Salt Lake City, where he will spend a week, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy DeKay are re joicing over the arrival of a fine baby girl, born July 14th. Mrs. Bertha Rose left for Monidn Thursday, where she will spend a few I days visiting relatives. Seven per cent money to loan on good farm securities by Parkinson Realty & Investment Co.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McDonald and daughter, Vivian, spent Sunday in Maekav visiting friends. G. W. Logan returned Friday from Pocatello, after spending the week there visiting his family. A full line of safety razors, razor blades and shaving supplies at Powers' Pharmacy. Mrs. Orum and daughter of Salt Lake City are visiting at the home of T. G. Mays and familv this week. See the Parkinson's for your notary work. Mrs. Henry Giles returned Friday from Robinson Bar, after spending ten days there, on a fishing trip. Mariner Ecdes and wife and party went through Blackfoot Tuesday en route to the National. Park. A full line of fishing tackle, kodaks and kodak supplies at Powers' Fhar macy.Adv. — Miss Henna Albertson, who attends the summer school in Pocatello, spent the week-end with her parents. Mrs. Fred Nelson of Firth, is spend ing ttye week in Boise where she has a son who is treating for asthma. Kodaks and kodak films and supplies at Powers' Pharmacy. Miss Gladys Sperry of Lehi, Utah, left Saturday, after visiting in Black foot a week at the home of Dan Murphy. j Mr. Unefer, Mr. Kranke and F. A Moser attended the dance given by the Salt Lake Orchestra Tuesday evening in Shellev: White Transfer, Coal and Storage Auto service. Phone 48. 6-1-tf. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellamy are en joying the visit of a son from Cam bridge. Neb., who expects to visit about three weeks. N. J. and Philip Thorsenberg and their wives are in Montana where they are introducing the Flemming Egg Pre server. Miss Delphia Alontgomery is expected to return this evening from a visit of two weeks with relatives at Thatcher, Idaho. Ladies, why net buy the best shoe made, Queen Quality, sold by- Kianey & Co. Airs. Richard Watson of Bniidna, Ore., arrived in Blackfoot last Sunday and will spend a month with relatives and friends. Aliss Alable Burtenshaw of Lake View left Monday for her home after visiting a week here, the guest of Miss Ora Murphy. DR. E. C. BERNHISEL Office Phone 57. Bee. Phone 307 DENTIST Standrod Bank Building BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. The Estr'ay Pound is now located at Mowrev's Feed Yard. a White Transfer. Phone 48. 6-1-tf Mr. and Mrs- C. Abbott departed Wednesday for Portland, Oregon, after visiting à month here with their son Claude Abbott and family. Money to loan on Improved real estate. Idaho Irrigated Lands Co. adv Fred Hilliard, Dave Neelan, Arthur Smith and Floyd McDonald spent Sun day in Dnidingt m on a f-shing lip, bringing back 87 fine trout. Corn at the Blackfoot Grain and Pro duce Elevator.- Phone 204.—Adv.6-1 tf Airs. C. V. Robinson of Kovsville. Utah, arrived in Blackfoot last Monday on a visit to her many friends with whom she will spend a week Visit our grocery department. Kinney & Co Mrs. C. V. Fisher and children, also Lillian Sample, departed for Yellow stone Park Saturday night in the Fisher Hudson Six ear. Insect powder that does the business at Powers' Pharmacy.—Adv. Mrs. Lulah Smith, County superin tendent of schools, departed Friday for Atoscow, where she will remain a few days visiting relatives. See H. F. Barber for painting and paper-hanging.—Adv. 6-15 tf. Miss Carrie Currier, the popular saleslady at Kinney's store, returned from her vacation, Tuesday. She spent two weeks visiting relatives in Mon tana. AVear Old Elm gum boots. They give service. Sold only by Kinney & Co. Mrs. J. Harold Burton and son of Pocatello, arc visiting in Blackfoot, the guests of Mrs. Burton's father and sis ters. She was formerly Miss Lulu Down ing. Miss Gladys PoPtter left Sunday for her home at Malad, after spending two weeks in Blackfoot, the guest of Miss Loa Martin; she was accompanied home by Miss Martin. Get your child a pair of Koveralls from Kinney & Co. Miss Leon Pope is spending here va cation with the Hopkins family at Swan Valley. Mrs. Don Guver is taking her place at the Idaho Meat Market while she is absent. Two pretty bungalows are being con structed on University Avenue, one for Roy S. DeKay, and the other one the corner of Alice und University, for D D. Neelan. Airs. A. T. Oliver, a professional nurse, will answer calls day er night Charges reasonable. Phone 37.1-W. E. L- Anderson is here in charge of the affairs of Anderson & Sons Lumber Co. He lias formerly had charge of theii yard in Downey. He expects his family within a few days. Mr. S. Prestley, who lias been ill at the Blackfoot hospital with an infec tion of the hand, is improving rapidly, and will again be able to resume his duties at the sugar factory. Airs. D. II. Bietlian entertained Airs. B. W. Holbrook of American Pulls at her home on North University Avenue at a Kensignton, only a few of her intimate friends being present. Mrs. F. T- Hines' two sisters, Mrs. Dan White of Denver, Colorado, and Mrs. J. W. Buckley of Centervale, Kan sas, arrived in Blackfoot last Saturday and will visit with the Hines family for a few weeks. Mrs. David Eccles and family passed through Blackfoot enroute to the Yel lowstone National Park Wednesday. Mr. Spencer Eecles has left his work here for the timo being to drive his mother's car. They are riding iu a twin-six Packard. R. L. Archer and family, Grant Hoit and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Palmer and son Charley, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams motored to Lava Hot Springs 8unday and spent the day. All reported a fine trip and a swim in the nata torinm. Mrs. Allen Straehen returned Friday from Lost River, where she has been visiting her mother for the past six weeks. She left again Sunday for 8alt Lake accompanied bv her mother, to visit friends. T. A. Hopkins and family departed Monday for Swan Valley, where they will remain for about ten days on a ramping trip. SUNDAY EXCURSION RATES. Half rates for Sunday trips. On sale every Sunday. Also tickest good from Saturday to Monday, at a little bit more. Àsk O- S. L. agents for details. —Adv. 7 6-27. | MILLICK GIRLS ENTERTAIN Last Friday afternoon Misses Marie and Genevieve Millick entertained a number of their friends at their home on North Shilling Avenue in honor of Miss Elizabeth Dubois and Miss Lil lian Sample. Tin- afternoon was spent in playing Five Hundred, there being' four tables, and the prize was won by Miss Pearl Qunntrell; it was a beautiful guest towel. The house was tastefully decorated in yellow and white. Dainty lclreshments were served, after which] the guests departed all having spent a very pleasant afternoon. Miss Marie Heagaiiy, Mrs. Dr. I'oynter's niece, was tin out-of-town guest. SURPRISE PARTY Last Friday night Air. and Airs. Stoneman entertained forty of their friends at their home east of town at a surprise party, given in honor of Earl Officer. The evening .cas spent in play ing games, and about twelve o'clock a dainty lunch was served, after which the guests departed for their homes feel ing that they had spent a very pleas ant evening. Airs. C. V. Robinson of Kaysville, Utah, arrived in Blackfoot Monday and will visit here two weeks with friends and relatives. Kinney & Co., the headquarters for summer underwear— B. V. I*., Athletics, and nil other stvles. Mr. and Mrs. John Adamson, accom panied by Mrs. Alice Funk. Mrs. Alae Handy and children, of Franklin, Idaho, motored to Blackfoot last Sat urday where they will visit a few days with relatives. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Jolley. Miss Gladys Sperry of Neplii, Utah, has just departed from the Grove City where she has been spending her an nual vacation. While here she lias been the guest of Miss Ora Murphy and as the guest of honor at many social func tions has made many friends during her brief visit. A party composed of A. B. Stephens, Frank DeKay, Fred Goff. Dorsey and Ray Stephens, Mark Tuohy, Nathan Cobb, Laura Pennington, Myrtle Stef feson, Ruth Blomquist, Mrs. Susie Ste phens and daughter, Olga, of California, departed today for Copper Basin, where they will remain ten days on a camp ing trip. County Attorney Adair, who was con fined to liis home several days last week with inflammation of the bowels, was able to resume his office work Monday, with the assistance of Attorney Dickin son, who lias been acting as his deputy. Anyone wishing colored help of most any kind, inquire at Buttcaue Hall. Banquets a specialty. These are all of the Better Class Colored People. B. Jones, President; C. Boyd, Vice Presi dent; B. Bell, Treasurer; W. Fair, Sec retary; E. Anderson, Promoter; W. Wat son, Arrangement Committee.—adv. M. E. CHURCH There will be preaching service at the M. E. church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at K o 'clock. TO THE PUBLIC. I have purchased the bakery and con fectionerv store of N. J. Thorstenberj; and will continue the business in tho same old way, and with me same good bakers, and will endeavor to give the public the same goods and treatment that my predecessor has in the past, and hope in return to receive the same lib eral patronage, which I will try to merit. Yours respectfully, C. F. SMITH. You Seen Styles«^ Henderson BACK a»o FRONT LACED ■Corsets? We have a Complete - stock of the s hew Models ready for v ^ ' your yimpectm Henderson Corsets 8 ACl*»»F« 01 ir I'CiB an designed ir. accord with the dictatesof Fashion and the f\ i ill! best ideas known to the Arftr;«' i\ Corset Makers art are j ù incorporated in thfirCnstrurtian Only $199 and up We Sell and Recommend Them Blackfoot Merc. Co. Blackfoot, - - - Idaho Take Your SundayDinnei AT THE COTTAG1 GRILL Table de Hote 50c BLACKFOOT AGAIN DUPED. About every month some stranger drops into Blackfoot and docs all the business lie can on gnul and credit, and then suddenly leaves for unkonwii parts without thinking to pay the little bills a trusting publie has allowed him to contract. The latest legal confidence man who has operated and left behind him numerous creditors is a man call ing himself Sloan and claiming to rep resent the Montana Poultry Exchange. This clever chicken merchant is said to have bought nine tons of fowl in this vicinity during the short time he op erated, and is also credited with leav ing behind him a number of mourning creditors who believe they were foully dealt with. The few articles of value he possessed has been confiscated by some of his victims, who have for the pnst several weeks been vainly looking for his return. Cr.ARlBEL SICKERT CHIROPRACTOR Adjustments for ali diseases. Hours, 10 to 12 A. M., 2 to 6 P. M., 7 to 8 Evenings. Offices Hunter Building. Bridge Street Office Phone, 400; Residence 296. SPINAL ANALYSIS FREE. GRADUATE AND P08T GRADUATE POCATELLO, IDAHO. Have specialized in Hay Fever and am able to cure over 90 per cent—about 92 out of 100. This is my second year ia Pocatello, and tenth year in practice. Cases I have cured the past three years have stayed cured. Would he glad to examine your case and talk it over with you. Please* write or phone when you are coming, so I will have time to give you proper attention- 6-8—9 8. TOURED THE PARK iii of J. 11. Early and Mrs. Early ciuiij a record trip from Blackfoot flir< M1 , the Yellowstone Park Monday %ni a |, They left here Thursday morn in* at o'clock, arrived at the West ontVuui in time for dinner the same e venin 170 miles, and were released into t! park at 7 Friday morning, making a schedules as set by the Govern.... registering at the Lake Hotel fei ner and for the night. Saturday was spent sightseeing traveling over tho famous Dimrii Pass, reaching an altitude of flood t\ ,-, Soldiers prevented their taking tli Washburn Pass of a total of ld.ooo f,, e on account of snow. Going o\ or Dun raven had the novel experience of g*ab hing snow from the snow banks fron the oar. They encountered rain am slippery roads but enjoyed every min ute of travel. Many photographs of animals wo r( taken, including bears, cubs, elk deer. A good photograph of two <• high in a pine tree was made. Both are very enthusiastic over 490 mile trip and plan to repeat it a time when they will la* allowed climb Washburn in their car. tB, found the grades very steep in - places but none were too steep for t Overland roadster. *" Thirty-five gallons of gasoline wer consumed on the entire trip: foil'-quart of engine oil; four pounds of grease and two pints of water i engine. Many Blaekfoot people have the park this summer- At present and Mrs. 1,. R. Aldrich and two <■ ren are traveling through, intendb.... come nut at the Gardiner exit and th to tour Montana. This Thursday morning I,. P. ]; wav, wife and party started plete tour of the park. From fill to 1 auto parties pass through qqj. J-v every day equipped for earn ping, hen ed for Yellowstone. Clip M". oll'l.l Mr. and Mrs. H. A. M< ........ nul daughter, Hilda, left today for Tricon . Washington, where they will visit n't! relatives for a month.