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Content Themselves With Hoping.
The brave ought to know. If they don't, thnt while they nre battling for a principle that thousands arc secretly hoping for their success who are too timid to openly help.—Exchange. Woo It ex Decided New in Design Brilliant in their newness, fascinating in their simplicity and effectiveness of style, these suits are masterpieces. Their very simplicity enhanc ed by the skillful use of a few plain but effective trimmings and decorative features give them a smartness of appear ance, a general air of distinc tion that will arouse that in stinct—the desire to own. Will give Wooltex 'that well ? dressed look" KINNEY MERC CO. ''Always Reliable" BLACKFOOT IDAHO . Farm Loans fames wanting Farm Loans this spring, will do well to call on us wiithin the next ten days, and arrange tot same. We have plenty ot money and can take care of your requirements on short notice. F. C. Parkinson Loan & Investment Co. I During This j j Clean-Up Week We have placed on sale some of the most remark aide buys in paint, O Cedar Oil, Enamel, and other essential articles for House Cleaning, ever shown in this city. ,, Among the many bargains is ôiïe-half pint of Kyanize Floof Paint and a good brush, for 25c while they last Neil F. Boyle Hdw. Co. ij . •** -jiSSli. ' Hymn Quickly Composed. Perhaps the most quickly written hymn was "From Greeenlnnd's Icy Mountains," which was composed by Bishop Heber in little more than fif teen minutes. OUÜOOUUOOOÜUOOO O o o McDonald ville news, o o o OQOOOOOOOOOOOO A few of the ladies attended Rose Liindsay's quilting last week, and re ported a very enjoyable itime. A real dinner was served, a-nd ice cream in the afternoon. • Mrs. Grace F^ulconer visited at the J. H. Perdue home one afternoon last week. The election of a new trustee was held last Monday eventing, and Mr. Hunzeker was elected dn Orson Nel son's place. The sickness has left nearfly all the homes. Mrs. Lizzde Petterson' has been quite sick, but is reported a little better at this writing. Her chill I dren have been down and not able to go to school. Mrs. S. S. Hammond was on the sick list, but is better now. David Herbst has gone to U|tah for a short time. There was a good turn out to Sun day School on Sunday morning. The Relief Society held their meeting at the home of Rose Lind say last Tuesday. There was a very good turnout in spite of the rain. SOME TOBACCO LAW. The following digest of the to bacco license law is sent out by the department of law enforcement, Boise, for publication: Every person or firm handling to bacco in any form, in the State of Idaho, must have a license. The penality for operating without a li cense is a fine of not Jess than $100 nor more than $3 00 or Jail, not ex ceeding six months, or both. The license must be conspicuously displayed in place of business Where tobacco is sold. If you have more than one store you must have a sep arate license for each store. All licenses expire on December 31st, the year of issue. The license Tlie reductions which are taking place in tlie entire mercantile world today are reflected in our prices as soon as they occur. Free Silver Flour, sack.................. r ... $1.65 Yellowstone Flour, sack...................... $1.75 9 pounds Corn Meal .................... 35c 9 pounds Ger made .................... 40c 9 pounds Pan Cake Flour.................... 40c 10 pounds Rice...................... 60c 10 pounds Navy Beans .................. 50c 20c package Crackers ............... 15c 20c package Graham 1 Cp Crackers....................1 du 20c package any kind 1 Cp Cookies......................1 du 17c can Prince Albert 1 C a T obacco ....................1 uu 90c plug Horseshoe Tobacco ............... 85c 80c plug Liberty Bell ltin Tobacco .................... «du 60c can Del Monte Pineapple ........... 45c 25c can Del Monte Pineapple ........... 20c 10c dozen Oranges ................ 30c 65c sack Oat Meal ...................... 55c Hills Red Can Coffee .................... 50c Hills Blue Can Coffee .................... 35c Red Circle Coffee .................... 35c Blue Circle Coffee ................... 25c Pearson & Co. THE GROCERS fee is $50, and a bond of $500, whe ther a whole year or a part thereof, but for the balance of 1921 the fee of $30 is required, and bond of $500. A license can be transferred by re turning the original license to (the Department and the filing of a new application and a new bond by the transferee. I Sample of Official Ballölt to be used at the Municipal Election, April 26, 1921. You can vote a ticket "Straight" by placing a cross (X) in large square below name of party you wish to vote for. To vote for a candidate, mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the name you wish to vote for. EC0N0MÏ IMPROVEMENT TICKET □ ' MAYOR (VOTE FOR ONE) - MAYOR (VOTE FOR ONE) F. T. Peck CLERK (VOTE FOR ONE) CLERK (VOTE FOR ONE) f. J. Quillin TREASURER (VOTE FOR ONE) TREASURER (VOTE FOR ONE) Leon J. Chapman COUNCILMEN—1ST WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) COUNCILMEN—1ST WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) Cecil C. Clarke Edward Thoreson COUNCILMEN—2ND WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) COUNCILMEN—2ND WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) W. F. Berryman Nofear Davis COUNCILMEN—3RD WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) COUNCILMEN—3RD WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) H. B. Kinney F. M. Taylor COUNCILMEN—4TH WARD (VOTE FOR TWO) COUNCILMEN—4TH WA (VOTE FOR TWO) RD E. L. Anderson John J. Boyle The Telephone Its Back to Normal During the past three or four months there has been a steady improvement in the telephone service, both Local and Long Distance. Congestion of plant has been greatly relieved; intensive training of operating employes has added to operating effi ciency, and the moraleof our organization's personnel is back to pre-war standards. There is a constant, determined and concerted effort on the part of the employe body to render the "old-time" quality of Telephone Service, and this spirit on their part is being re warded by the appreciation of a grateful public. Certainly there is no other industry which was affected so adversely by war conditions that has made so rapid a recovery in point of service. We especially call attention to improvement in our Long Distance Service. The long delays occasioned by war-time activities are things of the past. Our long lines afford the most efficient means for the dispatch of business with distant points. By the way, calls on a station-to-station basis will save you at least 20 per cent, as against the cost of calls for a par ticular person. If you are not fully informed on this point, ask our local manager and he will explain. He will also ex plain our reduced Evening and Night rates for Long Distance Service. The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. I The penalty for violating the laws pertaining to Qbe sale of tobacco cigarettes ito manors is a fine of not less than $50 nor more than $100 tor the first offense and not less than $100 nor more than $300, and by im prisonment in the county jail for a period of not ito exceed six months, and the forfeiture of your $500 bond on conviction. If your license is once forfeited you cannot secure another license for five years from date of forfeiture. A minor cannot have tobacco in any form in his possession. It is a violation of Chapter 262 to allow a minor to smoke or use tobaccjo on your premises.