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LITTLE NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST TO THE LOCAL READER Blackfoot Real Estate & Auction Co. «WEEKLY BARGAIN« 'Close in Home with Bath and Toi let, Paved Street and Sidewalks. line SMI Tree and in feet everything to mdke a eorafortale home. Priee #3900, very email payment down and balance like paying rent. We have some Household goods at «jack of onr office for sale eheap. Brand New Roller Top Desk for sale «heap. Pine Home, close to High School, for sale very cheap and on easy terms. Blacksmith 8hop and Tools for sale, -S miles from Blackfoot. Doing a good business. Fine Home in Blaekfoot to trade for a farm. What have you got to offer. Very Fine German Piano for sale at #120.00; party leaving country. Don't forget the Auction.Sales—one at DeHart 's, one mile east of Blackfoot, and the other at the old Harvey Allred Farm, just on the west border of Black foot. See sale bills. DeHart's sale on Friday, the 17th, and the other sale on the 21st. SEE US FOR ANYTHING IN OUR LINE. BLACKFOOT REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION CO. Nov. 28—Charity Ball— Progrès Hall. The Methodist Aaid Society met with Mrs. Fred Pelkey on Thursday after noon. Yon san get just what you want at the Racket Store. Go to the K. P. Hall Saturday after noon if you want to laugh. Mrs. R. G. Bdyd entertained at Kensington on Friday. Mrs. J. B. Da vis presided at the punch bowl. All well beaten trails will lead to Progress Hall on the night of the Char itv Ball. Voting for queen at the Charity Ball at the various booths will close at S a. m. on the evening of the ball, Tues day, Nov. 28th. A fine entertainment is promised Saturday afternoon at the K. P. Hall by the ladies of the Episcopal Guild. For Thanksgiving Dishes and Cooking Utensils the place to go is the Racket Store. Try Mrs. Campbell's "Sea Foam Kisses,'' "Mexican Pe-can-ola,'' and "Affinity Kisses,'' the most delicious •t-andy you ever ate. At Skaggs.' ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. A. 8. Horne and Mrs. G. H. Speight of the Woman 's Shop, Salt Lake, will be at the Cottage Hotel with « beautiful line of Ladies' Suita, Costa, Waists, Afternoon and Evening Dress es on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 24th and 25th. The ladies of Blackfoot are invited to «all. DR. B. O. BERNHI88L Office Phone 57. Rea. Phone 307 DBNTI8T Standrod Bank Building BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. CHICHESTER SPILLS Wtfv . THE diamond buksT* -111» In Bed And «fold mciaiuc »Mied with Blut Ribboft. v# ye»ra known a, Best, Sitat. AI»>n ReUibto SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWIflK 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 FURNI8H YOU WITH REPAIRS AND PARTS FOR ANY MAKE OF CAB. EXPERT TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRING. M. B. WATSON, BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. VL. . -'-r? HEADQUARTERS FOR Xmas Presents « Select Your Xmas Presents Now While Our Stock Is Complete. GOODS RIGHT, PRICES RIGHT! . Palace Drug Store < Phone 19 THE REXALL STORE. EDWARD THORESON, Prop. 3 See Our Ad Next Week Don't forget the Charity Ball. Come in end look around. Racket Store. Mrs. Alfred Hoover end two chil dren ere visiting the Dr. Hoover fam ily for n few weeks. Don't forget the Sale nnd Bazaar nt K. P. Hall on Saturday afternoon, by the ladies of the' Episcopal Guild.. Thanksgiving Postcards, le each. Racket Store. The freshman class of the High School was tendered a reception and initiation of Friday evening. When you think, think Charity Ball. Turkish Wash Cloths, 5c each. Rack et Store. Jack Stone has sold his interest in the Club cigar store to Roy DeKay and has got back to his old job in the Mur phy cigar store. The Charity Ball will be the event of the season. Judge Cowan and Harry Avery made a trip to Springfield Saturday, looking after business matters and bagging a few ducks. Mr. and Mrs. James McKie last Fri day welcomed their first born. It was bonny 8-pound laddie that brought joy and gladness to his proud parents. Saturday, December 2nd, will be the Big Holiday Opening at the R acket Store. Charity Ball. Tom Johnson and wife left yesterday for Colorado Springs where Mrs. John son hopes to regain her health. A Mr. Hansen has rented the Johnson home, furnished. Saturday Candy 8pecial at Powers' Pharmacy. 30c tho basket, all fresh Chocolates. A marriage license was issued by the Bannock county clerk Monday to Peter Anderson and Ella Waters. Both are residents of Blackfoot. The ywere later united in marriage by Judge Knowles. Bring the children in to see the Toys. Racket Store. Mrs. William Twitchell of Presto, who gave birth to a child last Friday, was operated on for appendicitis yes terday at the local hospital and is re ported doing nicely. Not an imitation, but the real thing —the Charity Ball. Crochet Cotton, 5 and 10 conta ball, all colon. Backet Store. Ladies' Waists should be full enough in the front, long enough in the back, broad enough across the shoulders and the sleeves must not be too narrow or too short. "Lemer Waists" are this kind. You will find new styles in the latest materials, just arrived at Bie than 's. The ladies of the Baptist ehurch will hold a Christmas bazaar and supper on Saturday, Dee. 2nd.—Adv. If Sevan per cent money to loan on good farm securltlea by Parkinson Realty A Investment Co.—adv. PIANO FOR SALE We have a New High-Grade Piano at Blackfoot which will be sold tre mendously cheap. Liberal terms to responsible party. If interested In pro curing a bargain in a Good Plano, don't fail to write The Denver Music Company, Denver, Colorado, at once for particulars. 12-7-4t Bov. atromyriet» U e La lhsm a m i n ie ter with hia family are preparing to leave Blaekfoot abont -the first of next year for Colorado, where he hae been called to take ehaqge of another chureh. 29. The entertainment put on by the local K. P. lodge was enjoyed by big audiences both Thursday and Friday. Judge Andersen, Dr. Williams, Clyde Abbott, Ora Rogers, Port Arthur, Lor ine Tavey and Mark Tuey took tke leading parts. TRANSPORTATION FROBUUCB Onr new Sunday »ad week-end ex cursions solve them. Many antdieta, too, are finding ont that onr rata» art cheaper than Being their own oars. Aek about them. Agent O. 8. L. R. B. Money to loan an Imymvid real •Mata. Idaho Ir r i gat e d Land» Oe. adv Mra. Lola C. Coumerihl, wife of John Coumerihl, died at her residence Inst Sunday. She was born in Utah 34 years ago, and for the last four years was a sufferer from Bright's disease. Her remains were laid to rest in the local cemetery yesterday. See the Parkinsons for your notary FOB SALE Eighty head of Ewes and Lambs for sale at $7.00 per head. O. E. NELSON, Sterling, Idaho. A DAY FOR OTHER THINGS The summer is over, a bountiful har vest garnered, and what more appropri ate than a joyous visit with friendst As an aid to you, our Week-End and Sunday reduced rates are at your dis posal. Ask about them. Agent O. S. L. R. R. CITY COUNCIL The City Council held a regular meet ing Tuesday night with the-mayor and only five councilmen present. A delegation of ladies with a long petition for a Carnegie library were present praying the council to make a tax levy for the maintenance of the same. The matter waa put to a vote when tho mayor and two members of the council voted in favor of the levy. The other three members present de clined to vote on the proposition until there was a full quorum present. SERMON SUBJECTS FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Austin, Pastor. Nov. 28.—"Monopolies and Graft." —Isaiah. This subject is chosen to show the wonderful application of the Bible prin ciples of today. Good music. FREE TO MUSIC LOVERS Now Ready for Mailing Our 43rd Annual Illustrated Bulletin of Holiday Specials in Pianos, Player Pianos, Victroias, Player Rolls, Sheet Music, Violins, Cornet«, Ukuleles, Mu sic Cabiuets, Piano Benches, etc. Buy direct and save middlemen 's profits. We are the exclusive Western wholesale and retail distributors for fifteen of the world's leading factor ies. Special terms for the Holidays. Send us this ad, with your name and address, indicating the article or instrument in which you are interested, and bulle tin will be promptly forwarded, pre paid. Name ............................................................ Address ........................................................ I am interested In .................................... THE KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC CO., Denver, Colo. Established in 1874. POTATOES ONIONS and CABBAGE THE BOYLE CO. HAS ESTABLISHED A BUYING STATION AT BLACKFOOT, ACROSS THE TRACKS FROM THE FREIGHT DEPOT, AND READY TO BUY FOR CASH ALL GOOD MAR KETABLE POTATOES, ONIONS OR CABBAGE OFFERED. DON'T SELL WITHOUT KNOWING WHAT WE CAN PAY YOU. WE WANT TO GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOU. THE BOYLE CO. PHONE 383 A. S. THOMSON. Local Manager. MEN'S MACKINAWS YES, WE HAVE THEM IN THE BEST MAKES, SUCH AS THE CELEBRATED Patrick, Bigger thaï Weather, and Gordon & Ferguson's AT PRICES BASED ON LAST YEAR'S PRICES OF WOOL IF WE BOUGHT AT PRESENT PRICES THEY WOULD COST YOU AT LEAST ONE FOURTH MORE. COME AND SEE THEM Also See Our Men's Flannel Shirts at 95c FULL LINE OF SIZES. THEY ARE DANDIES s MUNSING UNION SUITS FOR ME^ AND BOYS AT LAST YEAR'S PRICES The Brown-Hart Company THE HOME OF POPULAR PRICES N. B. Visit Our Bargain Basement for Toys and Household Goods WANTED—FARM LAND OPTIONS. We ere now having good call for farm lend end will be pleased to get options on any sized tract. PARKINSON R. * I. 00. PIANO AT A SACRIFICE We have on hand in the vicinity of Blackfoot one of our very best pianos. Rather than pay storage or re-ship this instrument to Denver, we will scHl it to a responsible party at -a special price, on easy terms. Or, we will rent the piano with the privilege of buying later, and apply rent on purchase price. In answering, please give full referenc es in first letter. Address DepL A, Knight-Oampbell Music Co., DÄvar, Colo. g O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOg O F. HOWARD BIETHAN O O' o • - O N 'O • O Phonos, Day t O O NEW AND UP TO DATE • o O MORTUARY O O o oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Undertaker and Rmlplmer. Taylor, between Pacifie and Idako Streets Nigkt 31 For cement sidewalks and foundations see B. F. Badger who has had 53 yearl ,experience in onerete and briek work. He guarantees satisfaction as to work and its cost. 53 Spruce Street. tlf. NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS Don Guyer, who has had twelve years' experience aa an auto mechani cian, is now established with Edwin Taylor's battery and vulcanizing plant on North Main street where he is pre pared to promptly and scientifically repair your auto. All work absolutely guaranteed. Give me a trial and be convinced that I know my business. DON GUYER. SIDEWALKS AND FOUNDATIONS Your Thanksgiving Dinner Piping Hot Cream Tomato Soup Browned Juicy Turkey Fluffy Roasted Potatoes Steamed Squash and Cranberry Sauce Crispy Biscuit Rich Plum Pudding With Hard Sauce Coffee WILL IT BE COOKED ELECTRICALLY? The Current Would Cost T— E— N C—E—N—T— S Idaho Power Company Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, aa they cannot reaoh the dleeased portion of the ear. Thara la only one way to cure catarrhal denfnasa and that la by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafneas la caused by an la flamed condition of thd mucous llnlne of tho Eustachian Tuba. When this tabs Is Inflamed you havo a rumbllns sound or Im perfect hearing, and whan It la entirely closed. Deafneas Is the result. Unlsss the Inflammation can ba reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, haarlng will be destroyed forever. Many easea of deafness are caused by catarrh, which la aa Inflamed condition of tho mucous sur faces. Hall's Catarrh Msdlclns sots thru tbs blood on tho mucous surfaces ot tho system. •wars frss. dll Druggists. Tie. ». JT. CHENET * CO.. Tolsde, O. Subscribe fc r The Optimist.