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Blackfoot LITTLE NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST £ TO THE LOCAL READER 5 a M3iiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiiK3iiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiniic4>a<»aiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiimiiiC3iiiiiiiiiiiii St Blackfoot Real Estate & Auction Co. WEEKLY BARGAIN8 We have some of the GREATEST BARGAINS in farms that have been 'iheard of in Snake river valley for 10 -years. We have for sale this week the fol lowing: Several sets of work harness both mow and second hand. Some second hand buggies; Horses, 'Cows and Ponies. PINE ROOMING HOUSE FOR SALE, doing an excellent business. POOL HALL IN BLACKFOOT FOR -8ALE CHEAP, doing a fine business. Owner selling because he is compelled to go East. Nice 5-room home in Idaho Falls to trade for farm here or for city proper ty in Blackfoot. We have some GREAT BARGAINS -.In farms and city property. Farms to trade for city property also city prop erty to trade for farms. BLAOKTOOT REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION CO. Ras Hansen and family of Thatcher Ida, are attending the Fair today. Second Hand Sewing Machine for sale. Inquire at Commercial Hotel It Miss Dev of Salt Lake City, is the house guest of Mrs. John G. Brown this week. A full line of safety razors, razor blades and shaving supplies at Powers' Pharmacy. Miss Katie Reese returned from a trip to Mackay where she visited with The Estray Pound is now located at Mowrey's Feed Yard. friends. Miss L. E. Hall of Pocatello, visited friends hero the last of the week. School Supplies—A big assortment at the Racket Store. Seven per cent money to loan on good farm securities by Parkinson Realty ft Investment Co.—adv. Fred Kiefer of Idaho Falls, is spend ing the week here attending the fiar. Father Vanderdoncht of Pocatello, spent last Friday here visiting friends. Rexall Tablets Store. 5c at Palace Drug Money to loan on Improved real estate. Idaho Irrigated Lands Co. adv Mrs. C. Hatch is confined to her home this week on account of a nervous breakdown. Wayne Ellingson of Shelley spent the first ow the week here visiting with friends. Miss Grace Peck, daughter of Mayor Peck, departed Wednesday for Chicago, where she will attend school. School Supplies and Palace Drug Store. School Books See H- F. Barber for painting and paper-hanging.—Adv. 6-15 tf. WANTED—FARM LAND OPTIONS. We are now having good call for farm land and will be pleased to get options on any sized tract. PARKINSON R. ft I. CO. Officer Groseclose yesterday found an old and respected Riverside farmer with an unbearable jag on and sobered him up in the city bastile when re refused to go homo and do so. WATSON'S GARAGE BLACKFOOT 'S OLDEST AND LARGEST GAR AGE. BETTER SERVICE FOR LESS MONEY. WE SELL NO CARS, BUT REPAIR ALL A1AKES, AND CAN FURNISH YOU WITH REPAIRS AND PARTS FOR ANY AIAKE OF CAR. EXPERT TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRING. M. B. WATSON, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. THE REX ALL STORE' SCHOOL BOOKS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES Rexall School Tablets-Best 5c. Value Made. Sold Only at Rexall Stores. Palace Drug Store PHONE 19 THE REXALL STORE. EDWARD TBORESON, PROPRIETOR ejotg am ve sderj, XU pne iade<i Xjj 'SJ8M«ms Xu teg Insect powder that does the business at Powers' Pharmacy.—Adv. Just arrived, a pretty line of new Georgette crepe and silk waists at the Paris Millinery. Adv.-tf. Barley at the Blackfoot Grain and Produce Elevator. Phone 204.—adv. tf Miss Olivia Chapman departed for her home at Shoshone Tuesday, after visiting two weeks with friends here. Bargains for you on our 5-10 and 15c counters. Racket Store. Miss Myrtle Steffeson and Mrs. Wil liam Smith went to Aberdeen on the Special train Tuesday returning the same evening. Kodaks and kodak films and supplies at Powers' Pharmacy. Miss Esther Hall of Pocatello spent the week here visiting as the guest of Mrs. Cyrle Merkley. Mrs. F. D. Turner, formally Miss Net tie Badger, returned from Burley Sat urday and will visit with her parents for about two weeks. Come in and look around the Racket Store. Miss Evelyn Wilde of Salt Lake City, who has been visiting with friends and relatives here for the past two weeks, departed for her home last Friday. See the new display of fall hats at the Paris Millinery Store. Adv-tf. E. N. Bingham returned Monday from a trip to Soda Springs, where he has been on a business trip for the past two weeks. Mrs. A. Johnson and daughter, Mary Cederland, departed for Salt Lake City, where they will remain and make their future home. Editor Battolpsen of Arco, with his wife and sister-in-law, attended the fair last. Wednesday. Candy and Salted Peanuts always fresh at the Racket Store. Commissioner Fugate who has been confined to his Aberdeen home with an attack of gall stones, is calvalescing and able to sit up. Miss Mable Molden, the popular saleslady at the Brown-IIart Co., is tak ing her vacation this week and Aliss Grace Bingham is taking her place dur ing her absence. Willard Faekrell's store room west of the Blackfoot Alerc. on Bridge street is about to be lased to Salmon City par ties for a grocery store. Dave Burrell, the American Falls booster, was in Blackfoot tody meeting his old friends and looking after D. W. Davis' political fences on the side. The place to buy plain and gold band Dishes. Racket Store. Aliss Esther Fox of Pocatello, re turned to Pocatello Monday after spend ing the week end here as a guest of the Misses, Grace and Neta Bingham. Popular Sheet Music—15c per copy. Racket Store. Aliss Verna Tavey who has been visit ing her parents here, Mr. and Airs. H. C. Tavey, during the summer months, returned to Salt Lake -City last Tues day where she willl teach. Sponsor Eccles and Aliases Alarie and Genevive Millick, motored to Pocatello Monday. The Millick girls expect to leave for Boston next Wednesday where they will attend school. Aliss Hannah Tolmie who has been visiting friends in Boise for the j>ast two weeks returned Alondav. Rexall Store. Tablets 5c at Palace Drug Harry McDoud, of Salt Lake autoist with a Ford was accused of fast driv ing last Tuesday and paid a fine of $5.00 for the knowledge. You'll always find something new at the Racket Store. R. G. Fleming leaves today for Chi cago where he has been summoned by a number of eapitalisis who are interest ed in the manufacture and sale of his patented egg preserver. D. H. Biethan will be among those present. George and Gordon Parker have gone back to live in Knoxville, Tennesee, where the former is superintending a cotton mill. Mrs. Parker is trying to sell her 8-acre farm and return to her old home in Alabama. O DR. E. C. BERNHI8EL Office Phone 57. Res. Phone 307 DENTIST Standrod Bank Building BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gaddie of Sugar City, spent the first of the week here, visiting his brother, Stanley Gaddie and family. ■siiooa tooqog pu« 3J01B s rua 90«t*d sonddng tooqag Miss Gladys Kelley of Salt Lake City, is spending the week here visit ing friends and relatives. Mrs. A. T. Oliver, a professional nurse, will answer calls day or night Charges reasonable. Phone 373-W. W. H. Richardson and wife and Mr. and Mrs. Parley Hamilton motored down from Sugar City Wednesday and attended the Fair, Mr. Hamilton has race horses entered in the races. A large line of new and up to date stationery at Powers' Pharmacy.—Adv. Mr. and Airs. E. W. Rowles of Idaho Falls spent the first of the week here attending the Fair. Airs. Edwin Felstead of Thomas is spending the week in town, visiting friends anil taking in the Fair. See the Parkinson's for your notary work. Jas. Ryan who has been in New York City buying his fall and winter stock for the Golden Rule Store, returned home Thursday morning. J. H. Miles, one of the old time resi dents of Paradise Valey, was in Blaek foot today enroute to Rexbnrg where he is engaged to teach school. J. S. Hodges of Thomas, was fined about $11.00 for disturbing the peace and dignity of Judge Stowe!]. Francis Landon, Arthur and Afton Heaton, George Anthony and Harold Parks who attended the Presto dance last Saturday night in a drunk and disorderly condition, were each fined $5.;i0 by Judge Doud this week. Stop That Headache— By removing the cause of the trouble. Dr. Scarborough The Eye Sight Specialist at the Cottage Hotel BLACKFOOT Tuesday, Sept. 5th Don't neglect you children's eyes, and save them future trouble. Get your season tickets to the Fail* FREE with every $20.00 Purchase at BIETH AN'S MRS. ELDREDGE ENTERTAINED Mrs. Blanche Eldredge gave a delight ful party Friday afternoon In honor of Miss Dey of Salt Lake City. There were six tables and auction bridge was the game played. The prizes were won by Miss Brenen, and Airs. George Hol brook receiving high score. A guest prize of a beautiful perfume bottle was presented to Miss Dye. The house was prettily decorated in flowers, the din ing room in pink and the parlor in goldenglow; dainty refreshments were served. New hats arriving dally at the Paris Millinery Store. EFFICIENCY WERK SAFETY-SEALED, SELF-FILLINt FOUNTAIN PEN and Fill I pocial displc' * demonstration of the wonderful Parker Safety Sealed. Self till ing Fountain Pen now go on—the n that is doing more efficiency writ gthan any other pen made. The latest thing In foun tain pens — al ways v/rites at the first stroke. Remcmber.it is a self filler and safety fountain pen combined. No eütü, slots, levers— holes in the wall of the rr 1, thus preventing any occidental escape of Ink on clothing, Jinen.etc Can ba carried, upside down, flat, in any posi Con, in ladies* nurses, in ncn'3 pockets. Cannot leak — oafcty-scaled. barrel Is perfect ly smooth — no humps, bumps or projections to in ierferewith your grip. tnetf In 2 9vc ends in any Ink no loss of button 'pARKER' For Sale by POWERS PHARMACY The San Tox Store Where Everybody goes DR. E. J. WOLCOTT GRADUATE AND POST GRADUATE POCATELLO, IDAHO. Have specialized in Hay Fever and am able to cure over 90 per cent—about 9Î 1 out of 100. This is my second year in Pocatello, and tenth year in practice. Cases I have cured the past three years have stayed cured. Would be 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. 'rave'' 'YouSeen N New Styles °/ N Henderson SACK AMD FRONT LACED •Corsets? v "Wehave a Complete y stock of th^ Otew Models ready for ' your sinspectic Henderson Corsets BACK AMD TRCXI LACID are designed in accord with the dictates.! Fashion and the best ideas known to the Corset Makers art are ( incorporated in their Omstruction Only and up " V JX/e Sell and Recommend Them Blackfoot Merc. Co. Blackfoot, Idaho P REPAREDNES S Is The Popular Word Now!! This word not only refers to preparing in case of war, but to prepare for the coining season. We are receiving daily the Newest Styles IN Ladies 9 Cloaks and Suits. Now is the time to make your purchases, so as to get the benefit of the use of them for the entire season. The Brown-Hart Co. The Home of Popular Prices Visit Our Bargain Basement. A STRANGE PURSE SNATCHER Last Saturday night about 10 o'clock while shopping in the store of the Black foot Mercantile store Mrs. Lois Aldous lost her purse containing a small amount of change and two unendorsed checks amounting each to $7 and $3. When she laid the purse down on the counter there was a strange woman standing close by, and when the purse disappear ed, she had also. When asked by Mr. Williams what she wanted she replied she was only looking around. Mr. Wil liams thought tho stranger looked sus picious and her description was given to the officers. The banks were notified early Monday morning not to cash the checks if presented for payment, so Mrs. Aldous will not bo much loser. The Idaho Power Co., Succeeding SOUTHERN IDAHO WATER POWER CO. Invites you to inspect the New Out-door Sub-station Come and see the 3 Big Transformers Now at Work which now supply you with ELECTRICITY. MORE LAND FOR IDAHO HOMESTEADERS Washington—Tho senate passed Sat unlay the house bill extending to Idaho provisions of the non contiguous hoine stoad law. Under its terms entrymen who have acquired less than 320 acres of land under the enlarged homestead act may make additional entry of land not contiguous to their present home stead, providing there is no land open to entry adjoining. The measure ap plies only in Idaho. SPEND SUNDAY WITH THE FOLKS They 'll be Glad to Seo You! Half fare excursions every Sunday. Also low rates, Saturdays to Mondays. See O. S. L. Agents for details.