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Fire Insurance— J. H. Early. Frank Silene left Saturday for Missoula, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. W. Sollenberger left Tuesday for Rdalto, Calif. Irvin Carter of Pocatello spent Sunday here visiting friends. Oren and Ivan Bills were business visitors In Shelley Saturday. George Marshall was a Pocatello visitor Saturday, returning Sunday. Esther Thompson and Miss Pack er of Idaho Falls were down for the foot ball game Friday. Virginia Whipple, Elenore Hold en, Jane Shepherd, Bessie Austin of Idaho Falls, motored down for the military ball last Friday. J. H. Stoneman left Thursday morning on a deer hunting trip. He will be joined by two other gentle man friends at Idaho Falls. -H-W* COST OF GOODS DONT COUNT GREATEST REDUCTION IN PRICES OF FURNITURE KNOWN IN THE HISTORY OF BLACKFOOT FURNITURE, RUGS, LIN OLEUM Goods must be sold regardless of costs. Spot cash gets more than value. Our prices are lower than you will be able to buy furniture for, for years. Buy now; you will make no mistake. Öur goods are up-to-date and high grade in every particular 1 Sale Commences Saturday, November 12th The prices,, are to raise cash, and are so very low, they can be sold for cash only. Biethan's Sales are genuine price reduction sales. Don't forget it. Bed Springs, Mattresses 2 inch continuous posts, Vernis Martin bed, with highest grade springs and a full all cotton, felted matress. Outfit sells for $50.00. A good spring with out fit for.................................. $35.75 DINING TABLES A very large stock An oak table, 45 inch, 6 feet, only ................ ...............$25.00 All tables one-third off the marked prices which makes them extaordinary bargains. LIBRARY TABLES 20 of them to go at 1-3 off the marked price. MATRESSES All pure cotton, full size, full weight, felted, only ..........$13.25 Cotton is going up and so are Mattresses but we have 40 to go at this remarkable price. BED ROOM FURNITURE IVORY—Dressers, Dressing ta bles, Chiffonier, wood bed, stool good mattress, Never Sag springs, heavy beveled plate glass mirrors, all for...... $135.00 OAK Set—Bed, Dresser, Dress ing table, Chiffonier, a $200 set for .................................... $130.00 All other bed room furniture at very much reduced prices. KITCHEN CABINETS SELLERS—The wonder, pat ent improvements found in no other cabinet. Save steps, save work, save food. Sellers Special with all improvements, porce lain table, drop flour bin. We have 17 of these. Our price has been $69.00 cash; We will sell these 17 for ...................... $54.75 Now is the time to get one of these cheap. RANGE—Only one left, beauti ful six-hole range, sold for $150, slightly used, price with reser voir or water front .. ......$100.00 BLANKETS—We have them at prices based on pesent market and then a special discount for this sale. PHONOGRAPHS—2 Mandela, a fine machine, only........ $95.00 ROCKERS ROCKERS Any rocker in the house not be longing to a suite 1-3 off the marked price. BUFFETS All reduced one-third off regu lar price. High grade Silk Velour Mahog any. Suit, Davenport, Rocker, Chair ............. $271.00 Silk Velour—all oyer, 3-piece Davenport, Rocker, Chair, high grade,, worth even today $350, on sale at ......... $240.00 Oak Daveaette, Rocker, chair, ........................................$119.00 Quartered Oak frame Daven ette, covered with No. 1 Spanish leather .............................. $73.00 BABY CARRIAGES—Big re duction on all carts and Cabs. £. U 9?7? x12 Rll S s ' Artloom Wiltons, were $145.00, Sale $80.00; 9x12 Lakeside were $145.00, sale $78.00; 9x12 Veiy heavy Axminster, old price $95 00 Sale $52.50; High Grade 9x12 Axminster, was $80.00, Sale, $38.75; 8 1-4 x 10 1-2, high grade Axminster, $36.90; Tapestry Rug 9x12 old price $40 00 Sale $19 75 All rugs priced the same way. If you want a nig now is the time. Good grade inlaid Linoleum, (not laid) sale price $2.90 Running Yard ' ' Don't Forget This Sale. We can't buy more goods and sell them at these prices. BIETHAN'S If You Want F ur , niture and Rugs, Now is the Time to Buy. 1, 11 fi w m 111 i I :: ... +' ■ ............................... ......... ....... Vernon McCauley returned from, Boise last week. Visit the Toggery Clothing and save money. '] sale Mrs. W. Malory of Shelley for Salt Lake Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Beebe and children left Sunday for Boise to visit. Ralph Davis and family of Grand view are moving to Blackfoot. Purchase that overcoat and suit during the sale at the Toggery. Mrs. J. Hill of Wapello returned home from Salt Lake last week. ... . r, . Miss Mabel Bennett of Presto, was visiting friends here last week. Lev. Ash of Pocatello spent the latter part of the week In Black* foot. Mr. Alfred Dore is expected home for Thanksgiving from the Hawiian Islands. Blackfoot High vs. St. Anthony, at the fair grounds Friday after noon. Be there. You won't want to go South this '] winter If you have a Rudy Furnace Installed by the Nugent Metal Works. tf Life Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 12b Mrs. Ethel McNiel motored to Idaho Falls Sunday to spend the day with friends. Mr. Joe Wood of Salt Lake was a business visitor here Thursday, returning home Friday. Miss Ivy Short, a former Blackfoot girl, but now of Oregon, is visiting friends here this week. Mr - Lobrld S e of LaGrande, Ore., wlth t h e Light and Power Co., was Blackfoot Thursday on business. Tuesday happened to be Jim Mor ris' birthday, the candy maker at the Bon Ton and a large crowd of his friends from Pocatello came up and surprised him. Buy the furnace that la built like a battleship and distribute the cost over a life-time of service. Rudy Furnaces are Installed by Nugent Metal Works, exclusive agent. tf I i Mr. L. J. Jorgensen and family left Friday morning for Denver to make their home, after disposing of their effects here. The two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright of Idaho Falls, was operated on Monday morning for a tumor on his head. Mrs. Leslie Just of Salt Lake, Is visiting in Blackfoot this week and expects to return to her home in Salt Lake next week. Generous casing diameters give greater freedom of circulation and greater heating capacity to Rudy Furnaces. Call Nugent Metal Works, phone No. 7S4. tf Dr. Percy Whisler filed a slander suit in the District Court last Sat urday afternoon against Dr. Flod quist. Both parties are residents of Blackfoot. The case will come up for hearing at the November term of court. Leonard Campbell and Glen Maughn motored to Logan Monday in Mr. Campbell'*' car, where Mr. Maughn will attend school. Fire Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120. tf a There will be a dance at Firth every Tuesday night. Music by Ala bama darkles. tf Tanlac is purely vegetable and is made from the most beneficial roots, herbs and barks known to science. Palace Drug Store.—Adv. Banish that awful insomnia that wories you every night. Let your sleep be restful and refreshing. Tanlac does It. Palace Drug Store. —Adv. Ms. N. A. Just and daughter, Ag nes Reid of Presto, attended the pioneer celebration at Gooding Fri day and Saturday, returning home Sunday. Refreshments were served at the Knights of Pythias lodge Tuesday evening by "Bill" Pierce, "Swede" Halberg and "Double Barrelled" Stephens. Over 50 members and vlstors were present. Quite a num ber being present from Pocatello. The rank of Page was conferred upon four candidates from Firth. Johnny will like the Rudy Furnace because there will be fewer ashes to carry out. Nugent Metal Works in stall them correctly. tf Fire Insurance, Beebe. Phone 120. Miss Thelma Pepper of Salt Lake who has been attending school at that place, is with her parents this week. A stack of hay containing one hundred and fifty «ons, belonging to J. W. and Baisil Peterson of Thomas, was totally destroyed by fire Sunday night. The loss was fully covered by Beebe insurance. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ludi and fam ily septn Sunday at the IL. Corey home four miles northwest of Blackfoot. This being our first visit to the country we were very much surprised to see the beautiful farm homes of Mr. Corey and his neighbors in fact all along the road were many signs of prospertiy. We visited for the first time a large potato cellar containing 1200 sacks. We took our first lesson in irriga tion -and its wonderful possibilities and altogether the outing was very profitable and enjoyable to the en tire family which of course includes an ellegant chicken dinner which the many friends of Mrs. Corey will testify cannot be excelled. Fire Insurance— J. H. Marly.