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cigarette blending ^ The big thing about Chesterfields is their unique k|®nd. The Chesterfield blend is an entirely new com* bination of tobaccos. This blend is the most important new development in cigarette making in 20 years. As a result ( Chesterfields produce a totally new kind^ of cigarette enjoyment—they satisfy l Just like • "bite** before bedtime satisfies when you're hungry. But with all that, Chesterfields are MILD, toot This new enjoyment ( satisfy, yet mild) comet ONLY in Chesterfields because no cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield blend. 'Give me a package of those cigarettes that SATISFY! in i 20&rl0* A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Bellingham had a distinguished vis itor Wednesday in the person of for mer United States Senator Fred T. Du bois of Idaho. He eame here primarily for a conference with Senator Turner, who was campaigning in this county, and the two are said to have exchanged confidences concerning the presidential and senatorial outlook. Senator Dubois managed Champ Clark's campaign in 1912 and secured for him a considerable majority of the delegates to the Baltimore convention. But the Democratic "two-third" rule so operated that the speaker could not muster two-tliirds of the delegates, though he approached within a dozen votes of that number at one time. Bryan was elected a delegate from Nebraska as a Clark man, but betrayed Clark and attempted to betray Wilson in his own behalf, though he was out witted in this and compelled to stand for the nomination of the New Jorsoy 795 Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo 49 ) 795 Model 85-4 f. o. b. Toledo' These Tremendous Advantage More power—35 horsepower motor. More room—112-inch wheelbase. Greater comfort — long» 48-inch cantilever rear springs and 4-inch tires.' Greater convenience—electrical control but tons on steering column. Bigger, safer brakes—service, 13%x2}£l emer gency, 13x2 K* Better cooling—you never heard of an Over land motor overheating. These are tremendous advantages over any thing to be had in other cars that sell for anywhere near as low a price. **■*•- ■***> < And they make it hard for us to keep up with orders. The factoify has never yet caught up with the demand. You ought to own one of these cars—nothing else so big and fine for the money. ! Come in and order yours now. BLACKFOOÏ, IDAHO £ G.BUls AlltOmobBe Co. FHONB 88 Th» WiHyOvr Und Company, Tol »do, Ohio "Mad. ln U. S. A." professor. There are few better organizers in polities than Fred Dubois. He is as clean as a pin and one of the most loyal friends God Almighty ever gave any man. He is now representing the Dem ocratic National Committee in a ca pacity, that makes him practically the charge d'affairs of the states west of the Missouri river. We do not know what encouragement he gave to those Democrats whom he met while hero, but he attempted to convince the ed itor of the American-Reveille that the president is gaining in strength and is certain to carry most of the western states. Naturally the reference was that Wilson will be re-elected. When such thorough organizers as Fred Dubois enter the game it should be a sufficient warning to Republicans that they had better get on their met tle, for there is no man who can "tear into their fences" faster than the Sage of Blackfoot once he has discovered the vulnerable places and determined upon a course of action. Senator Dubois was a Republican un til 1896, when he broke with the party on the silver question. He was one of the six United States senators to join with a delegation headed by Henry M. Teller that walked from the St. Louis convention after failing to secure the inserting of a bimetallic plank in the Republican platform. He was one of the most formidable champions of the white metal, and was largely influen tial in assisting in carrying the western states for Bryan.—Bellingham Anieri can-Reveille. UTAHN PROMOTING RAIL WAY IN IDAHO Word was received in Salt Lake Tues day from J. W. Musser, well-known real estate man of this city, now at Black foot, Idaho, announcing that he was getting along splendidly with his pro ject to build an interurban railroad from Preston to Blackfoot. The project is known as the Pocatello Traction & Interurban railway and will traverse a wonderfully fertile country. Mr. Musser has been working for some time to interest residents along the line of the proposed road to the end that they subscribe for a small amount each of the capital stock, the money thus raised to be used in the making of preliminary surveys. Mr. Musser reports that the pro ject is proving popular and that a large number of the residents of Pocatello, Shelley and Idaho Falls have subscribed $100 each to assist in the work. He also reports that the people of Black foot and vicinity are aiding him in every way possible.—Franklin County Citizen. THANKSGIVING DAY The day of good cheer—the day to spend with "the folks." Excursion rates Nov. 29th and 30th, good return ing to December 4th. Consult agent O. S. L. R. R. O. S. L. Watch Inspector PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. W. GAUMER Doctor of Chiropractic Acute and Chronic Disease« Office in Anderson Block Phone 223. Residence 218 BLACKFOOT IDAHO. D. A. JENKENS Contractor and Builder BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY. BLACKBOOT, IDAHO. W. A. SEAKLEY Attorney and Counselor at Law Practice ie State and Federal Courts. Markus Blenkle Building BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. ■IMMMMMSOMSaMaMMte HARNESS OILING Now la the time to buy your hone blanket« and apto lap robes at ▼ery reasonable prices. I FULL LINE OF HomejMade Harness That are Strictly Guaranteed. SHOE REPAIRINO. Blackfoot Harness Shop LEO HE NISH, PROPRIETOR. NO. 40 WEST BRIDGE STREET PRESTO A soil was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wi? liam Twitchell last Saturday morning. The new Dr. Cutler of Shelley was in attendance and all concerned are re joicing. There is a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harnden, and another one at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Reid who lives on the Shelley road. Miss Francis Tolmie was brought here from Albion the first of the week suffer ing from appendicitis. Alfred Lundhigh, who has been on the sick list for some time, threatened with typhoid fever, is able to be around again. Miss Dorrit Just is home from Black foot this week with tonsilitis, and Miss Marion Just and Miss Virginia Just were both unable to return to school the first of the week. Little Vincent Reid is recovering from a bad atack of measles. SUFFERERS FRÖM INDI GESTION RELIEVED "Before taking Chamberlain's Tab lets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him to have pains in the stomach and dis tress after eating. Chamberlain's Tab lets relieved him of these spells right away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casey, Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. TYPHOID! to no more necessary than Smallpox. Army experience has demonstrated -the almost miraculous effi cacy, and harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination. Be vaccinated NOW by your physician, ycu and your family. It is more vital than house insurance. Ask your physician, druggist, or send for "Have you bad typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vaccine, results from use. and danger from Typhoid Carriers. THC OITTC* LABOSATOtY, MtKCLCY, CAL Mopucma vActiNcs « siavas unni a. a. eov. uesata When Words Fail To Convince There is a time when arguments and facts will not convince the people. They have certain set habits, and it is almost impossible to make them believe these habits are not for their own good. We have proved by ar gument and facts that it is every house wive 's advan tage when she buys Utah Idaho Sugar. By being sole "judge and jury" you can con vince yourself that Utah Idaho is the sugar you should use for all purpos es. Order a sack today. Utah-Idaho Sugar ABSOLUTELY PURE EXTENSIONS OF BLBOTRIO LINE ABE PLANNED The Ogden, Logan ft Idaho railroad, is reported to be working on plans for the extension of the lines of the com pany from Preston, Ida., through Gen tile Valley, a distance of 30 miles dur ing the coming summer, says the Her ald-Republican. Engineers will be sent in the spring to make surveys for the proposed interurban extension. Rights of way are being optioned be tween Preston and Biaekfoot, but of ficers and agents of the company re fuse to say that the options are being taken for the Ogden, Logan & Idaho. From a _ source closely identified with the road it was learned yesterday that the work of starting surveys through Gentile Valley would be undertaken as soon as practicable and that actual con struction of the road might begin dur ing the coming summer. He said that tonnage surveys had been com pleted and the reports indicate that the extension is expected to be a pay ing proposition from the time it "is built. Gentile Valley is far from steam lines and it is said that generous bonuses, are being offered by the farmers in that section to have a transportation line run through the valley, which produces great quantities of wheat and livestock. The proposed line to Biaekfoot fron» Preston will not be surveyed for sev eral months, it was said, as officials of the road are undecided aa to wheth er to send the road to Pocatello and through the extreme eastern part of Idaho or build it to the central part of the State. The engineers of the Og den, Logan ft Idaho will make two sur veys this summer. One will go through •to Pocatello and the other to Blackfoot. The road is also ordering new equip, ment in view of the proposed exten sions. It was said yesterday by an agent of the road that definite an nouncement might be made within two weeks as to the plans of the company. WILL ARGUE SPUD RATES The action brought two weeks ago by the Northern Potato Traffic Asso ciation of Minneapolis against the prin cipal railroads of the west has been 3 et lor hearing November 23, it was an nounced Wednesday at the offiees of the Public Utilities Commission. Be cause of lack of funds the Idaho com mission cannot intervene. , T* 1 ® association has asked a reduc tion in rates on potatoes from Minne sota to Texas points. Commissioner Graham Wednesday said that if tho Minneapolis people won their case and got a ■ reduction of 12 cents it would ruin Idaho potato growers financially as it would be impossible for them to compete. A ROUSING HOUSE WARMING ^ Last Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Frank Just of Presto threw open the doors of their beautiful new home and , welcomed their many friends there. They came from Blackfoot, Wicks, Wa pello, Firth and many other places, numbering more than two hundred. The evening was spent in dancing, card playing and the general good time that characterizes such events. The house, which was just completed when, the first cold nights came, is one of the finest in the locality. A red brick structure of nine rooms, with all modern conveniences and a fire place and spacious porches to complete the luxury and comfort. NOTICE The undersigned will sell for feed bill and cost of advertising if not call ed for one White Gelding, weight about 900 lbs.; roaehed mane, branded with a maltose cross on left shoulder. RUSSELL L. SEWELL, Chief of Police. VERDICT OF DOCTORS ; ON NEW HERBAL* SK IN BALM IVEXMA cures skin disease in a way un known before to modern science. Simply smooth it over the diseased places. \\atch the marvelous action of this great herbal healer. D'EXAIA, made from nature's herbs, has just been given by science for the rehef of the many disheartened skin sufferers. D EXMA stops pain and itching instantly. It rescues body and limbs from tne tortures of skin disease. It is nature's wa>. We are the onlv druggists in this town from whom D'EXMA, the great herbal balim can be secured. Ask us today. POWERS 1 PHARMACY.