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/ THE UNIVERSAL CAR ■ 1 New Prices August 1, 1! 1 916 1 ■ The following prices for Ford cars were ■ ■ ^B effective on and after August 1 st, 1916 ^B ■ Chassis . $325.1 ^B 90 1 Runabout . . . 345.1 DO I Touring Car . 360.00 Coupelet . . . 505. 00 Town Car . . . 595.00 Sedan . . . . 645.00 1 f. o. b. Detriot 1 These prices are positively guaranteed against any reduction before August. I 1 st, 191 7, but there is no guarantee against an advance in price at any time. 1 r p_ r d:il a ..i ä r« 1 Lj« UC VJ« Llllid AUIU 1 Get Your Order In Now. CALL FAMILY REUNION HELD HERE TODAY The Op 11 family reunion was held here today, and members of that family from ■Wyoming, Utah and points in Idaho ar rived to attend the gathering. They met in the L. D. S. church in the morning and a big banquet was given in the high school building at noon, followed by another meeting in the evening. A few years after the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, one Mr. Call emigrated from England to America and settled in Massachusetts. As civilization moved westward the Calls drifted with it, and finally one Cyril Call came to Utah with the Mor mon people in 1851, and the Calls meet ing here today are his descendants. About three hundred took part in the renn ion. Following are some of the family at tending the reunion: Israel Call, Bountiful, Utah; Joseph Burgenson and wife and two children ^ ... ... . r . « il I of Lewiston, Utah; Chet V. Call and wife; Sidney Call and wife; Ira Call; Emma Jane Call; Fannie Call; L. V. Call; l.amoni 11. Call, all of Chester field, Idaho; Elbert V. Call and wife of Blackfoot; Lamqui Call, Annie L. Call, Welt!.a Call, Emerson Call, Delila Call, La Mar Call, Ardith Call, of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Leona Call Miller, Lawrence Miller, of Farmington, Utah; Willard Carr, Bountiful, Utah; Annie C. Carr, Gallard Carr, La Vann Carr, Lamoni Carr, Cecil Carr, Sylvia Carr, of Bountiful, Utah; Joseph Nelson, Eliza Nelson and family, of Provo, Utah; John Stewart, Ester Stewart and family, of Provo, Utah; Charles Call, Marv'Cnll, of Bench, Idaho; O. J. Call, of lieber, Utah; Margaret Morris and family of American Falls, Idaho; Della Call. Rosa E. Call, Alice J. Call, Lomu Call, Ella Cook, Clella Cook. Josiennetta Cook, Feodora Cook, A. V. Call, Sr., J. H. Call, Isabel Call, Margaret A. Call, Sarah I. Call, A. V. Call, Jr., A. A. Call, Mary Call, Lois Hale, Lucy I. Osmond, Irene Allred, Leone Call, Gladys Call, Truman Call, Elsie Hale, Chas. 8 Call, Horace A. Call, Leona Call, F. W. Call. Marv V. Cf II, Alice Bagiev, Lueile White, Barlow Osmond, Jose phine Allred, Cecil Call, Worth Call, Vera Call, Alice Burton, Lila Burton, Edith Call.—Rigby Star, July 27. The following well-known local residents are descendants of the illustrious Call family: Mesdames Judge Anderson, P. J. 'Williams and W. W Thatcher, and Mrs. Lamoni Tolinan of Biverside and Mr. Albert Call of Wapello. _ THURSDAY MORNING CLUB enjoy« musical PROGRAM The Thursday Morning Music Club, which met with Mrs. Fred T Dubois Uat week, enjoyed a great treat m hav_ ing with them the Misses Howard of gjt Lake City, who are artists upon entitled "Autumn Leaves" from Biggs. It was rendered with great feeling and expression. As an encore they played "One Fleeting Hour" by Dorothy Lee. They were followed by a soprano solo by Miss Merle Simmons entitled " Maids of Cadiz." She gave as an en core "Philosophy." Miss Simmons has been studying vocal music for the past year. Miss Lorine Tavey played ' ' To Spring" by Greig. She was warmly en cored. Miss Marie Millick, who has studied music for the past two years under the best teachers in Salt Lake, rendered "The Spring and. Raindrops," by Beethoven. The morning was devoted to a dis cussion on an address given by Mrs. Dubois on the "Life of Haydn." As the purpose of this club is to develop a keener appreciation of the theory and construction of music -as well as a study of the lives of the masters and their compositions, the two first points that were brought out were the meaning and ...... ..4* 41». . ■»»«. 4 » 4- nu. I i.aii nlill'i un II I use of the motif and counterpoint. Miss Elizabeth Dubois rendered "Ocheseumenuet " by Haydn, and as an encore gave Beethoven's Sonata, op. 2, No. 1. By request the Misses Howard and Mrs. Brokaw rendered Carrie Jacobs Bond 's "Just a Wearying for You," set to music for the violin ami 'cello by Mr. Clive of Salt Lake. The club met with Miss Marie Mil lick this morning at 10:.'t0 o'clock, and the following program was rendered: Overture, Magic Flute ................ Mozart Miss Howard and Mrs. Brokaw. Life of Beethoven ............ Mrs. Dubois Minuet ...................................... Beethoven Miss Howard and Mrs. Brokaw Moonlight Snnnta .................... Beethoven Miss Millick The Meaning of a Symphony and Sonata, by Miss Peck. Andante ................................ Beethoven Miss Dubois The Meaning of Divertissement ........ .................... by Miss Genevieve Millick Piano Selection ................ Miss Rogers Trio, Misses Howard and Mrs. Brokaw Patronesses for the club are the Mes dames Dubois, Brown, Wilson, Brokaw, Eldredge and Craig. BLACKFOOT AUTO PARTY A merry party of young people filled Whittlesey's Buick and White's Hudson machines Thursday evening. The young people motored to Blackfoot, where they were the guests at a dancing party giv eu by Mrs. Hazel Hammermaster at her home on the Smith ranch two miles outside of Blackfoot. Exquisite red roses adorned the rooms, and a happy evening was spent tripping the light fantastic until a late hour. Twenty-four young people of Blackfoot were also guests of the eve ning. The party from Pocatello was com posed of Misses Whittlesey, Mable Ï-H . .. 1 T» .. .»1... IT..11 Xfll.I.n.l A. R. Iligson, Ed White, Horace Whit tlesey, Jack Rogers and Floyd Fulton.— Pocatello Tribune. SURPRISE AT HAYNES' RANCH On Saturday evening thirty friends gathered at the lovely farm home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haynes, northwest iof Blackfoot, and agreeably surprised Misses Elnora and Ruby Trullinger. Many were the diversions of the eve ning. Dancing was chief among them. Mr. Rudolph Tressl furnished excellent music. A three-course luncheon was served at midnight. The Misses Trullinger, of Illinois, are spending the remainder of their vacation at the Haynes home. They returned from Albion, Idaho, a short time ago, when, rhev pursued special courses in the State Normal School, Miss Elnora a domestic science, and Miss Ruby an English course. The former will return to Illinois after visit ing a few other western points. PLEASANT DANCE Mrs. ICOrr Povnter gave an informal dance Friday night at the Knights of Pythias hall, to honor her house guests, the Misses Maree Heaganv of Saginaw. Michigan, Katherine Brennan and Helen Davis of Montpelier, Idaho. The guests included the younger set, and the affair was a most delightful one. The out-of-town guests were the Misses Marie and Helen Howard of Salt Lake City; Miriam Brooks of Po catello; Dorothy Pope of Lathrop, Mis souri; Messrs. James Summerfield and William Johnson of Chattanooga, Ten nessee; Robert Bucknum of Chicago, ami John Keltis of Anaconda, Montana. TOURNAMENT DECIDES TENNIS CHAMPIONS . the hills, The tournament for champion tennis players took place Monday afternoon at the Asylum tennis court. A handsome silver cup, the gift of Mrs. John G. Brown, was presented to each of the winners, wno were Miss Genevieve Millick and Mark Tuohy. Quite a number of devotees of this sport witnessed the final game and they report some excellent playing. BEE HIVE GIRLS MEETINGS The Senior Bee Hive Girls met at the home of F. C. Parkinson Monday night, and the Junior Girls at the home of Mrs. M. P. Ipsen. The Junior Girls of the second ward left this week for a camping trip, ac companied by Mrs. James Duckworth the Bee Keeper. They will remain away for a week. Mr. Parish drove them to TO GIVE INITIAL DANCE The Blackfoot Club, an organization of socially inclined colored folk which I,mnmbers rSMilbs in Anthony, will give its premiere dance, at Buttcane Hall, on the evening of Thursday, August 17. . The Club invites everyone to attend and enjoy them selves. MASONIC NEWS The Eastern Stars last Wednesday in itiated Mrs. J. B. Brokaw and Miss Pearl Quantrell, when sherbert and cakes were served. The Stars will not meet again until September. Francis Jenkins of Moscow, Masonic grandmaster, will make an official visit at Grove City Lodge No. .'t.'f this eve ning, when refreshments will be served. DINNER PARTY Sunday evening Mrs. Fred T. Dubois gave an interesting dinner party at her home on South Main street,- in honor of Mrs. John G. Brown's three neph ews. Besides the family covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Hoover and daughter Phyllis, Mrs. John G. Brown and Summerfield and William John ston. ENTERTAINS FRIENDS a Miss Ruby Hilliard entertained a few of her friends at her home on Oak street last Thursday evening. Among those present were Miss Lyla Liljen quist. Myrtle Steffeson, Jack Cheehe and Nathan Cobb. Dainty cool refresh ments were served, after which the guests departed for their homes. SLUMBER PARTY Miss Winifred Biethan entertained a number of her friends at a slumber party at her home on north University avenue, last Tuesday evening. Among the girls present were Rhea Drollinger, Opal Holbrook, Gladys Johnston, Edna Barker and Iris Stone. 'AS YE SOW, SO SHALL YE REAP" Next Sunday at the Blackfoot First Ward Meeting House Arthur Manwar ing will deliver a lecture on "As Ye Sow, 8o Shall Ye Reap." After the lecture Miss Maria Millick will render a piano solo and Earl Miller a vocal solo. Everybody invited. ADDITIONAL LOCALS Lily Unser was a visitor in Idaho Falls today. Miss Emily Whittlesey of Pocatello spent the first of the week here, visit ing with her sister, Mrs. L. B. Dustin. R. G. Fleming, the Egg Preserver in ventor, is suffering frqm an infected hand. He had the misfortune to run a sliver into his hand, and had to have it operated on to be removed. . Mx__a .ml £ o 1 : LEGAL ADVERTISING. Notice The undersigned clerk of Independent INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8, R. L. ARCHER, Clerk. fOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7, BING HAM COUNTY, IDAHO. Public Notice is hereby given that Three Thousand Dollars 1916, redeemable Said sale will take place at the hour tees hereby reserve the right to reject any and all bids, and to sell said bonds at private sale, if they deem it for the best interests of the District. Bids must -onditional. Since the said bonds will be ready for delivery on the date of sale, the bidders must first satisfy the Board of Trustees of said District of their ability to take up and pay for said bonds within five (5) days from the date of sale, before their bids will be considered. A certified check accept able to the Trustees for not less than the amount of the bid must accompany each bid, such check to be forfeited by the successful bidder if lie does not comply with the terms of his bid after the acceptance thereof by the Board. LOUIS ÄNDERSON, Attest: Chairman W. T. BITHELL, Clerk. (DISTRICT SEAL). First publication, August .1, 1916. Last publication, August ill, 1916. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Sheriff of Bingham County will, at ten o'clock, A. M., September 15, 1916, sell the following described estray animal at the D. J. Brennan ranch, one mile southwest of Firth along the rail road, occupied by M. Mecham, to-wit: One brown gelding colt, two years old, weighing about 1200 pounds, both hind feet white, and white stripe face, with a blotched brand on right thigh. A. II. SIMMONS, Sheriff First publication August 3, 1916. Last publication, August 24, 1916, their many friends here, departed for their home at Cambridge, Nebraska, af ter a week 's visit. Last Tuesday at St. Luke's hospital in Boise Mrs. Lillinu Anilerscn-Akers of Weiser became the proud mother of a 714-lb. baby daughter and mother and babe are doing well. Morris Watson and George Gagon made a short but very profitable fish ing jaunt to Springfield Tuesday night and brought home twenty 12-inch trout which they distributed among friends. Senator Thomas and family left ves terdav morning for Salt Lake City in their car to meet their son, who is re turning from Europe, where he spent twenty-six months on a mission in the interest of the L. I). S. church. The railroad spur for the Anderson Lumber company across North Main street has been installed with satisfac tion to the company and city, and turn ed over to the railroad company last Mondirv. in Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Clute of Enrl ville, Iowa, spent the first of the week in Blackfoot visiting with E. A. Byers and family. They are en route to Sal mon, Idaho, where they' will visit their son, Clarence Clute, formerly of this city. C. Haynes took a party of Blackfoot people to Idaho Falls Sunday to see the game with the Red Socks of Kansas City, who played Idaho Falls. The game was a double-header, Idaho Falls win ning one game and Kansas City the other. T. R. Jones, Mr. Finley' and Mr. Jones' two daughters, Felicia and Mar guerite, motored down from Maekay Sunday', the two gentlemen returning to Mackav the same day. The girls will remain here a week and visit with their aunt, Mrs. E. J. Jones. J. M. Palmer and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Adams and son Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams, M. H. Shirley and family, Grant Hoit and family. Miss Merna Conkle, Lee Felt, Harold Gill and Earl Larson motored to Heise Springs Sunday, where they spent the day and enjoyed a swim in the nata torium. County Auditor Frank Jordan is home from Salt Lake, where he spent the past week with Mrs. Jordan, who is a patient at the Holy Cross hospital of that city and who was obliged to under go a very serious operation. Mr. Jordan says he left Mrs. Jordan feeling very well and hopes that she may be able to come home in a few weeks. — Idaho Falls Register. . Ai rs, J. H, JrMtlvJeft yçster.tyv for a LEGAL ADVERTISING. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court of the County of Bingham, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Joseph Geoghegan, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the will of Joseph; Geoghegan, deceased, to the creditors; of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit such claims, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said executrix, at Suite 4-5 Standrod Bank Building,. Blackfoot, Idaho, which said office the undersigned selects as her place of busi ness in all matters connected with said estate of Joseph Geoghegan, deceased. ELIZABETH G. GEOGHEGAN, Executrix of the will of Joseph Geoghegan, deceased. Dated and first published at Black foot. Idaho, on this twentieth day of July, A. D. 1916. First insertion, July 20. - 1 Last insertion, August 17. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BY SHERIFF SALE Alex Younie, Plaintiff, vs. Albert E. Blair and Ruth C. Blair, husband and wife, et al., Defendants. Under and by virtue of an order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, issued out of the District Court, of the Sixth Judicial District, County of Bing ham, of the State of Idaho, on the 15th day of July', A. D. 1916, in the above entitled action, wherein Alex Younie,. the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and' sale against Albert E. Blair and Ruth C. Blair, defendants, on the 11th day of July, A. D. 1916, for the sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Thirty two and 05-100 Dollars, in United States gold coin, besides interests, costs and counsel fees amounting in all to $3800. 95, which said decree was, on the 13th lay of July, A. D. 1916, recorded in judgment book 3 of said court, at page 438, I am commanded to sell the certain lot, piece or parcel of land, aituate and lying in Bingham County, State of Ida ho, and bounded and described as fol lows: Commencing in the center of section 25, Township 1 South, Range 36 E., B. M., in Idaho, thence running West 1980 feet to Snake River, thence southerly and westerly along said Snake River 924 feet; thence South 1078 feet to the center of slough, thence North and Easterly 2938 feet, thence north 835 feet to the place of beginning, contain ing in all Sixty-one and 47-100 acres, in Bingham County, Idaho. Public notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 26th day of August, A. D. 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day in front of the Court House door of the County of Bingham. I will in obedience to said order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, sell the above de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for gold coin of the United States. A. H- SIMMONS, Sheriff. By C. II. Thompson, Deputy Sheriff. Dated July 25th, 1916. First publication, July 27. Last publication, Aug. 17. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the undersigned Sheriff of Bingham County will sell at public auction at the farm of Dr. Frank Evans, near Taber, in Bingham County, Idaho, at one o' clock P. M. on September 1, 1916, the following estray aniinasl. to-wit: One bay mare with white left hind foot, branded on left front shoulder with the letter G upside down, being about 10 years old, with a young dark bay colt unbrauded, and without any marks; Also one bay horse with white fore feet nn-1 white left hind foot, branded with SC on left hind hip. A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. First insertion, July 20. Last insertion, August 10. WARRANT CALL Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing Warrants of the City of Black foot, Idaho, will be paid on presenta tion at the office of the deputy city treasurer at the First National Bank: Cemetery Fund, Nos. 317 to 341, in clusive. Sewer Fund, Ward No. 4, Nos. 35 and 36 MRS. L. M. CHERRY, Treasurer. Bv B. F. PENNINGTON, Deputy. Dated July 18, 1916. First publication, July 27. Last publication, Aug. 31. NOTICE OF 8PECIAL MEETING OF" STOCKHOLDERS Notice is hereby giv^n that in pur suance of a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Lead Belt Mining Company, Ltd., a corporation, organ ized and existing under the laws of the State of Idaho, adopted at a special meeting of said board, duly held on the 27th day of July, 1916, at the office of said corporation, in the City of Poca tello, Bannock County, Idaho, a meet ing of the stockholders of said corpora tion is hereby called for, and will be held at the office of said corporation in room three of the Dietrich Block, Po catello, Idaho, (said place of meeting being at the principal place of business of said corporation and at the room and building where the Board of Directors usually meet), on Friday, the 25th day of August, 1916, at 2 o'clock P. M., on that day, for the purpose of considering and acting upon the proposition of in creasing the number of Directors to five Directors, and for the purpose of transacting such other and further bus iness as may properly come before said meeting. . H. A. CRUMP, M. B. WHEELER, Vice President Secretarv. YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCURSIONS August 12th„ via Hotel Route. August 14 via "Wylie Way." Sçe q S . L. Agents for details and.