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! FRIDAY_ _ ORPHEUM SATURDAY ]
1 WILLIAM FARNUM |
I "Wolves of the Night"
5 From New York's Wall Street to Australian mines, with all E
r the treachery! danger! excitement! Back to Wall street and E
E the discovery of the Wolves that howl in the dark. E
§ ALSO EDUCATIONAL COMEDY |
I JUNE 16 and 17 I
I REX BEACH'S I
I "THE SILVER HORDE" (
E Don't fail to see the Alaskan Salmon run, tons and tons of E
E flashing, jumping salmon. Hordes of them and the Fifth E
S Avenue drawing room. —
§ Our Prices: Children under 12, 5c; Adults 15c. =
S Mary Pickford in "Thru the Back Door" June 18 and 19. |
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Fire Insurance— J. H. Early.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Clark and fam
ily motored to Idaho Falls Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Stone is visiting
friends in Arco this week.
Mrs. H. G. Johnson has as a guest
Miss Thelma Titus of Grace.
Life Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120
Judge MeCutcheon of Idaho Falls,
was in town on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Monday
were week-end visitors in Salt Lake
City.
Miss Martha Burges is here from
Mountain Home attending to home
stead matters.
APARTMENT FOR RENT— Colora
apartments. 461 E. Judicial. J3-10
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Remington
repeater rifle, nearly new, 22 cal.,
will trade for five or six sheep, lamibs
preferred, or for bees. J. H. Stone
man, Phone 176-R-4. M27 J3 10 3t
J COMING ?
I JUNE 15TH I
The Gibsonians |
In a Grand Concert at Ç
Orpheum Theatre
Albert liellson, the famous
Mandolin soloist with five oth
er artists, Mandolin, Guitar and
Banjo. He is also a soloist at
the big convention at Los An
geles.
Next Wednesday at 8:15 p. m.
Tickets 85c and $1.10
Including war tax
Reserved seats now on sale at
Dustin's Pharmacy
See the Window Cards
Edward Cox, Local Manager.
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1 BUILD WITH I
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The Everlasting Material
J. CHRISTIANSEN
Contractor
I PHONE 732 BLACKFOOT, IDAHO 1
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LIKE A NEW PAIR OF EYES
they will feel after we have fit
ted them with a .pair of our tor
toise shell, silver or gold rim
med spectacles. The lenses will
be the best on the market, per
ffeotly ground and polished and
carefully tested for imperfections.
We have the best equipment in
the state—why buy from travel
ing agents; keep your money and
your eyes at home.
DR. A. B. RICHARDS
Offices Corner Main and Pacific
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Phone 425
Miss Virginia Arbuckle, of Idaho
Falls, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. T.
Clark.
Miss Morgan of Austin, Minn., ar
rived last week to visit Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Jones.
Pitcher Vaught of the Blackfoot
team has resigned and left for his
home in Illinois.
Mrs. Winn of Pocatello spent Sun
day at the'home of Mr. and Mrs.
Berkley Walker.
Build now. For plans and speci
fications, call 154-R. Wm. Davies.
A22-29 M6 pd
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Marlor of
Idaho „Falls, have been the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Clark.
Mrs. Fred T. Dubois and daughter,
Elizabeth, came to Blackfoot Tues
day from Pocatello for a few days
stay.
Twins were born on May 29th to
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hudson, the lit
tle ones both dynig a short time after
birth.
Miss Anna Coline, after spending
part of her vacation with friends
hero, left last Thursday for a visit
in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kirk have re
turned from Salt Lake City and will
spend the summer on their ranch
near Blackfoot.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Stewart, of El
Paso. Texas, are visiting at the H.
H. Giles home. MrB. Stewart is a
sister of Mr. Giles.
Pure Bred Rose Comb Red's, also
S. B. Ancona eggs, $1.50 for 15.
E Prouse, phone 421-R 2, Blackfoot,
Route 3. Ml to Junel5 pd
Moss and Julia Hoover, w r ho have
been visiting in Pocatello at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Loux,
have returned home.
Mrs. Grace M. Stevens and son,
Sprague, and Mrs. Nellie Caster and
daughter Josephine,, spent Sunday at
Heise Hot Springs.
F. J. Miller and family have re
turned to their home in Arco after a
visit with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Miller.
Mrs. T. R. Jones, nîns. A. B. Steph
ens, Mrs. Bails and Mrs. LaRock
went to Burley the first of the week
to attend the convention of the
Woodman Circle.
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Sprague M. Stevens and Robert
Massie motored to Challis Tuesday,
where they are engaged to do some
assessment work in the mines.
The jury in the district court was
excused from last Saturday to this
Thursday, during which time noth
ing but court casés were tried.
Miss Maud Heasley left for the
Pocatello Technical school Sunday,
where she will attend the summer
school and expects to teach next
year.
Beginning June 2nd, the Oregon
Short Line made a 17 per cent re
duction in the freight rates on hay
to Missouri river points, St. Louis
and Chicago.
Fire Insuranct—Beebe, Tel. 120. tf
Chas. E. Wells, Carey Act Inspec
tor, has been at the local land office
recently making an inspection of
desert land entries through the Mud
Lake country.
Miss May Hardin, who has been
teaching school at Pocatello, arrived
here Saturday and will spend the
summer with her sister, Mrs. Wel
don Robbins.
Miss Alta Call is now acting as
stenographer in the law offices of
Thomas & Anderson, having taken
the place of Mrs. Cecil Wright, who
resigned her position some days ago.
The highway commissioners and
the county commissioners will hold
a joint session Saturday afternoon
in the court house to settle the ac
j counts existing between the two
j boards.
' HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING
attachment; works on all sewing
machines. Price $2.00. Personal
checks 10 cents extra. Light's Maid
Order House, Box 127, Birmingham,
Alabama. A13 to J24 7t pd
Our generosity pays good sales
men $100.00 to $300.00 weekly.
Most liberal proposition. Tires guar
anteed 6,000 miles. Wolfe Tire &
Rubber Co., Benton Harbor, Mich.—
Adv. pd It
Jos. C. Clive is here this week vis
iting his brother, C. C. Clive and
many other friends. Mr. Clive is with
the Federal Reserve Bank at Salt
Lake City, and is now having his va
cation.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Boone, who liv
ed in Olympia, Washington, have
moved to Blackfoot to spend the
summer. They own a ranch near
Blackfoot and Mr. Boone was former
ly in the newspaper business in
Olympia.
Miss Felicia Ann D'Orr Jones,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Jones
of this city, was married Monday,
May 30th, to Mr. John Jackson Nich
ols, or Reno, Idaho, at Dubois. The
couple left immediately for their new
home at Reno.
A woman who gave her name as
Lou Morhauste was brought from
Firth Monday, being supposed in
sane, but it was learned that her ac
tions were due to the drug habit. She
was released and left for some point
in Montana.
People in the country who can
not come to town, and who wish to
purchase season tickets for the
Blackfoot Chautauqua, may secure
their tickets by mailing their checks
to Leon Chapman, at the First Na
tional Bank, up to Tuesday noon,
June 21st.
Deputy Game Warden Lou Robbins
is certainly picking them up for fish
ing without licenses. The minimum
penalty for this offense is a fine of
twenty-five dollars, and it consti
tutes a crime to just throw a hook
into the water, whether you get a
bite or not.
Mrs. H. B. Daniel and Miss LaSalle
who arrived Monday from California
and will spend t'he summer on Mrs.
Daniel's homestead, were both in the
U. S. service in France, and Mrs.
Daniel is one of the few women who
have the distinction of belonging to
the American Legion.
, fined H.
Sig Chris
and costs
licenses,
caught no
trying to
a crime,
or not.
at
Judge Good on Monday
Chandler, Wm. White and
tensen twenty-five dollars
each for fishing without
The accused men said thev
fish, but it appears that
catch fish constitutes
whether they are caught
WANTED—A salesman in your sec
tion. Selling our leomplete line of
Fruit and Nut Trees. Ornamentals,
Small Fruits, Roses, will bring you
splendid returns for your time. Write
for cantract and give the work a
trial. Salem Nursery Company, 428
Oregon Bldg., Salem, Ore. M27 J17 4t
Prof. C. E. Eichelberger and fam
ily are leaving for Boise, where Prof.
Eichelberger will be an instructor in
the summer school, which is held in
the Boise high school building. Prof.
Eichelberger, who is now leaving the
Blackfoot school, has given five years
successful service here as principal
of the high school.
Monday evening O'Rourke, the hu
man fly, scaled the wall of the Ec
cles hotel, with several hundred peo
! pie as witnesses. His work was
I very nice, but the building only be
'ing three stories high he was not
able to thrill his spectators as much
as he did in Pocatello. Boise, etc. At
the top of his climb he did some
good balance work. After he was
through with his performance. Mer
ritt Anderson, a local boy, decided
to give the crowd some more thrills,
and proceeded to climb the building
by the elec ric sign, and after ac
complishing the feat was cheered
hearti '- v b >" the large crowd
Pierce Egan went to Salt Lake
City the latter part of last week and
expects to return soon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Williams of
Presto, are the proud parents of a
new son, born yesterday morning.
Walker Davis was a business vie
itor in Salt Lake City from last Fri
day until Wednesday of this week.
H. B. Kinney left for Sait Lake
City yesterday morning on a three
days buying trip for the Kinney
Mercantile Company.
Clyde Jolley arrived bhis morning
from San Diego, California, having
been discharged on June 6th from
military service. Clyde has been in
the service a year.
Fire Insurance—Beebe, TeJ. 120. tf
Your eyes should have expert at
tention if you are to derive the full
est results for your eyes and health
from your glasses. See Dr. H. H.
Scarborough at the Eccles Hotel, on
Tuesday, June 14. Let him stop your
headaches.
Paul A. Changnon, deputy game
warden, was here from Idaho Falls
Tuesday on official business. Mr.
Changnon, who -went through the
thickest of the fray in France, was at
one time reduced in weight from 300
to 170 pounds, but since returning
home, has almost regained his nor
mal weight of 300 again.
WANTED—Capable and reliable
man to sell our well known line of
groceries to family trade in Black
foot and surrounding territory. Per
manent and profitable employment.
Must have means of delivery. Address
Crand Union Tea Company, Pocatel
lo, Idaho.
The following officers were elected
at the Woodmans' Circle which con
vened at Burley Monday and Tues
day: Guardian Neighbor, Cutter,
Idaho Falls; Advisor Nowackie, of
Mackay; Banker, McKee, Nampa;
Clerk, Triplow, Weiser; Attendant,
Murrayf Montpelier; Managing
Neighbors* George, Rexburg; Jones,
Blackfoot; Griswold, Twin Falls;
Sentinels, Stevenson, Rupert; Wil
liamson, Meridian; Musician, Opp
prell, Boise; Magician, Mary Corey,
Rexburg. The next meeting of the
grand lodge will be held July 11th
at Pocatello. The delegates elected
were: Jeffers, Boise; Brandt, Poca
tello, and Guard, Burley.
LOST—Four head of horses; one
darkbay horse, weight 1400 pounds,
white star in forehead, branded 10
bar on left thigh; one light bay horse
branded 224 on right shoulder; one
black mare about 1100 pounds, white
nose and white star in forehead,
branded H on right shoulder; one
gray horse eight years old, weight
1400, split in right ear. Reasonab'e
reward. Phone 416-R-4, Edward
McKenna, Route 1, Blackfoot.
J-10-17-24-July 1-41
Fire Insurance—J. H. Early.
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EXTRA SPECIAL
June Closing Sale
Pianos and Player-Pianos
Barely Above Cost of Production
Oat June 30th we close our books for the first half of the business year of 1921,
and we must sacrifice all instruments on hand. The selection is limited;
prices are such that these instruments will soon be sold.
This is an Extra Special opportunity to secure an instrument direct from the
factory, guaranteed for its life, with a wonderful tone and appearance that
w r ill add pride to your home.
As Direct Factory Representatives our instruments come to us from the fac
tory and then into your home. All middlemen's profits are thus eliminated
and other expenses reduced to the minimum. We sell these instruments with
absolute confidence in their âff i'jÊl
Reliability, Durability, Tonal Quality
We know they are the best and most satisfactory Pianos and Player-Pianos
made in the wide world. There is nothing better anywhere. Take advan
tage of this Extra Special Opportunity.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY TERMS ARE MADE TO SUIT
BENCH AND ROLLS FREE WITH EACH PLAYER PIANO
DO NOT LOSE TIME! BUY NOW!
SALE CLOSES JUNE 30TH PIANOS MUST BE MOVED
Clive Music Store
BRIDGE STREET
BLACKFOOT
Ladies' Silk
Dresses
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Just received a shipment of Ladies' Dressés in
Taffeta, Crepe de Chine and Tricotines.
;• Large Variety of Styles and Shades
to Select From
These are dresses that wopld have sold
$25.00 to $30.00 earlier in the season.
for
On
Sale
For
$ 18.50
On
Sale
For
$ 18.50
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See These Dresses in Our Window
Our June White Sale Closes
Saturday Night, June 11th
The Brown-Hart Co.
"The Home of Popular Prices"
BASEMENT SPECIALS
Gilt Band, 7-inch Plates $2.00 the set
Gilt Band Cups and Saucers $2.00 the set
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