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Fire Insurance— J. H. Early.
T. G. Mays and family are visiting in Boise this week. Miss Flora Bowen, of Og.li-n, is visiting Mar'e and r ioren Dare. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Chapman have as guests Mr. and Mrs. John Bor schell, of California. Fire Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120. tf Probate Judge Good united in mar riage on last Thursday Harry G. Rumble and Cora Lim. Mayor Peck and wife and son, and Mr. Peck's father, are spending the week at Yellowston Park. Mrs. Malbel Priest left Sunday for Portland, Oreon, where she expects to make her home in the future. Fire Insurance, Beebe. Phone 120. Frank Garvin and a party of friends from Idaho Falls, are vaca tionizing in the hills. Ford For Sale—Wire Wheels, in A 1 condition, 1918 model, price $250. Call Moreland Meat Market, 406-R-l. On August eleventh the county clerk's office issued a marriage li cense to Fred H. Minshall of Den ver, and Elba Ewanson of Shelley. Funeral services were held Wed nesday from the Brown-Eldredge un dertaking parlors over the body of William Hinds, who died Monday in Boise. Tilfe Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120 The Baptist Ladies' Union invite you to a tea on Wednesday afternoon, from 2:30 to 5:30, August 17, at the home of Mrs. L. M. Capps. A silver offering will be taken. Ray Crabtree, R. A. Roberson, Will Montgomery and H. F. Hoffman re turned Saturday from a week's vaca tion in the Jackson Hole country, and also toured Yellowstone park. Fire Insurance— J. H. Early. MORE FAIR NEWS E. J. Fjeldsted, secretary of the fair association, journeyed to Idaho IFalls Wednesday, and was the guest of the farm bureau and cominercinl club of that place, who with a num ber of farmers and others went on a tour of the county to inspect various agricultural exhibits which had been arranged for inspection before hand. They travelled about sixty miles, and saw some wonderful Bights in the way of stock in the pasture fields, growing crops, etc. Orpheum Theatre M K» «f One Night Only, SUNDAY, AUGUST DID YOUR FOREFATHERS SPRING FROM TREE-TOPS *? WAIT! "A Scream in the Night" By CHARLES A. LOGUE Here is the season's newest melodramatic sensation. A startling disproof of the Darwin theory that man emanates from monkey. A special attraction that thrills you to the marrow. All-star cast headed by beautiful Ruth Budd, the screen's daring aerial star. The Punch in the Picture ' A SCREAM IN THE NIGHT" is the newest idea—the latest discovery—in motion pictures, Story by Charles A. Logue, popular author of scores of successful dramas. Direction bv Burton King. Six reels. The thrilling f ight in the scientist's secret laboratories. Darwa and her lover overpowered by Professor Silvio's cronies and the heroine caged with a giant ape-killer of the forests. ^ The scream in the night that startled the universe! The terrifying presence of the phantom figure! The mysterious disappearance of Senator Newcastle after he sends an expedition to the iune-kU in search of his captive daughter. # j g es in The aeirial stunts of Ruth Budd, regarded by many as one of the world's perfect women. As Darwa of-tlie-jungles, Miss Budd leaps from tree to tree with the grace and agility of the aerobatic artist that she is. Spectacular scenes that will charm and thrill everyone. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES iitat mm i mmtmmmmm . nl 11 i .....mm i 111 ! 1111 tm*** ********* 1 1 1 i ! ! ! mrm . , ■ H-l ' I ' H» ----4-t-i +++• +++• +++++ •+++++ They ended up at lone, where :here was a barbecue, attended by 1850 people with 345 cars. . Mr. Fje'dsted states that there is almost as much iinercst in Bonne ville County concerning the South eastern Idaho Fair as there is * in Bingham County. Everyone down there is boosting for it, and one day of the fair will be made a Bonne ville Coun y day, and there will sure be a large number in attendance from that county on that day. They have promised to ship a carload of ex hibits.. and there will be many indi vidual exhibits as well. Let us all keep the enthusiasm up until the dates when the fair begins and we will have one of the biggest agricultural shows ever pulled off in the State of Idaho. Bring your nest order of Job Printing to this office. We do satis factory Job work. Phone 31. oooooooooooooo o o o FINGREE NEWS. O o o 3000000000090000 The little son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Fackrell has been suffering with some kind of blood poison. Miss Fern Carlisle who has been attending summer schooil at Albion, has returned to her home.. The last base ball game of the sea son for the Juniors resulted in being a favorable one for the home team, the score being 8 to 20 vs. Sterling. Quite a crowd of young folks made a trip to Lava Hot Springs. Miss Ruth Badon intends to leave for Ogden in a few days to attend school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. W. Baker of Pocatel lo, were the week end vlstiors of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. C. Rich. Mr. Terrill Rich made a trip to Lava to hake his sister, Mrs. Earl Peterson, to her home. The dance given at the Pingree school house Thursday, August 11, was a great success and there will be a dance Thursday, August 25, known as a hard time dance. Barrer's or chestra will furnish tlhe music. Ev erybody welcome. Miss Marley of McCammon, is vis iting with F.-P. Fackrell and family. Miss Marley was formerly a school teacher at this place. Glen Varley and Frank Gravette of Springfield, were Pingree visitors "Thursday. The Leavitt family were callers at the Horton home Sunday afternoon. Miss Violet Lovern of Springfieid, attended the dance at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Trolin of Blackfoot, are living on the Carson ranch. Mrs. Trolin was formerly Miss Dorothy Belville of Blackfoot. Marley Rahndal was a week end visitor in Blackfoot. MiiüVl » 1111 i n II t Lutheran Church—Blackfoot Sunday school at 10 a. m. There will be no services next Sunday. The ipastor will be home so ser vices will be heild the 28th at 11 a. m. The Luther League will be post poned one week and will be held at Mr. Koplin's, Aug. 25th. Lutheran Church—Firth Sunday school at 10 a. m. There will be no services next Sun day. On the 28th regular services will be held in the evening at 8:15. METHODIST CHURCH At the morning service next Sun day Miss Grace Miltenberger will render a solo. The usual services of the day will be held including a ser mon both morning and evening by the pastor, the session of the wide awake Sunday school and Epworth League meeting at 7, which v :!1 be a unique one, being wholly one of song, Mr. Harald Hines opening the program. BAPTIST CHURCH The pastor and congregation ex tends you a cordial invitation to wor ship with us Sunday morning and evening. The pastor will occupy the pulpit at 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The Sunday school meets at ten a. m. and the Young People and Jun iors hold their meeting at 7 p. m. There will be special music at both services. E. O. BUTLER, Pastor. Anything in the printing line can be secured at the News—Come In. WARRANT CALL. Blackfoot, Idaho, 8-19-21. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I, the undersigned Treasurer of Bing ham County, will pay upon presenta tion at my ofTice the following Coun ty Warrants, to-wit. School District No. 1, Warrants Registered 12-10-20 to 2-26-21 Inc. School District No. 2, Warrants 5262, 5957, 6165, 6159, 6173, 6233, 6260, 6166, 6210, 6330, 6336, 6397, 6357, 6363. School District No. 4, Warrants Registered 2-8-21 to 8-6-21 Inc. School District No. 10, Warrants Registered 11-29-20 to 12-27-20 Inc, SchooJ District No. 12, Warrants I Registered 12-2-20 to 12-27-20 Inc. bool District No. 15, Warrants Registered 2-10-21 to 6-14-21 Ine, School District No. 29, Warrants Registered 11-9-20 to 12-10-20, Xo. 4S00 Inc. School District Xo. 32. Warrants Registered, all warrants. School District No. 34, Warrants Registered 12-10-20 to 1-3-21 Xo. 5026, Inc. School District No. 39, Warrants Registered, all warrants. School District No. 43, Warrau s Registered, all warrants. School District No. 44, Warrants Registered 4-30-21 to 4-30-21 No. 5900, Inc. School District No. 45, Warrants Registered 1-8-21 to 1-18-21 No. 5198, Inc. School District No. 48, Warrants Registered 11-5-20 to 12-30-20 Inc. School District No. 49, Warrants Registered 3-5-21- to 5-5-21 Inc. School District. No. 50, Warrants Registered, all warrants. SchooJ District! No. 51, Warrant's Registered 12-27-20 to 4-30-21 Inc. School District No. 56, Warrants Registered 1-18-21 to 3-15-21 Inc. School District No. 57, Warrants Registered 3-28-21 to 6-25-21 No. 6213, Inc. School District No. 59, Warrants Registered 11-8-20 to 2-2-21 Inc. School District No. 61, Warrants Registered 3-2-21 to 5-14-21 No. 5989, Inc. . School District No. 62, Warrant's Registered 4-6-21 to 5-11-21 Inc. Interest on above listed Warrants will cease ten days from the date of I this notice. MARGARET WARD, Treasurer of Bingham County. !A19-26 S2 3t ALIAS SUMMONS In the Probate Court of Bingham County, State of Idaho. B. H. Lyons, Plaintiff, vs. Pierce Egan, Defendant. The State of Idaho sends greetings to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap pear in the above entitled Court, to be held in Blackfoot in se.'d County and State, in the above entitled cause at 10 o'clock a. m., upon the lith day of November, 1921, and answer Plaintiff's complaint on file in said Court, or Plaintiff will take judg ment against you as prayed in said complaint. WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court this 18th day of August, 1921. (SEAL) J. E. GOOD, Probate Judge. A. S. DICKINSON, Residence: Blackfoot, Idaho, Attorn ey for Plaintiff. Aug. 19-2C S-3-V 16-23 «U. i The Brown-Hart Co. "THE HOME OF POPULAR PRICES" Authentic Presentation of New Fall Fashions Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists The new creations in fall apparel are really wonderful as to style and becomingness. They are arriving every day—the very newest Fall Garments for women and misses. And the •• best part of it—the prices are most reasonable. 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