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Mrs. Oeorge Holbrook received the members of the Duplicate Whist club on Monday afternoon. o o o The ladies of the Altar Society met on Wednesday 'afternoon alt the ranch home of Mrs. Lawrence Sie ger, driving out in sleighs. The meeting was purely a social one, and ideliciou8 refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted thy her daughter. o o o At the regular meeting of ithe Eastern Star on Wednesday evening, Miss Lorene Tavey was initiated in to 'the membership, Wort 1 hy Matron Mrs. Edith M. Snodgrass presiding. A social hour followed and refresh ments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. T. B. Dolman. 0 0 9 The Guild 'held a busy meeting at the home of Mrs. C. K. Rhodes on Wednesday afternoon. Following Ithe work find business meeting, re freshments were served by the host ess, 'assisted by Mrs. Locey, Mrs. Paul Kreft, Mrs. Lydia Watson. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Leon J. Chapman. o o o Mrs. Mark Tuohy was a cordial hostess on Saturday afternoon of la*t week, when thrpe tables of bridge were in play, and the favor for high score was won by Mrs. Hen ry (files. Carnations decorated the tea ifalbles, and Mrs. William Parkin son and Mrs. Victor Bell assisted the hostess in serving. O O J The members of the Relief Society of the Second Ward missed their regular meeting day on Tuesday, and attended ithe letcure given by Miss Jensen at the Institute. They will meet at ithe ward meeting house next .Tuesday, when Mrs. Willard Dance will give the lessin on the Bulbjeot "L. D. S.' Hymns." o o o The Roltary Club gave their an nual 'dinner for the ladies on Tues day evening at ithe Eccles hotel. Music was furnished by an orches tra, and roses were the decoration for the tables. H. D. MaoCosham, president of the club presided, and Introduced Judge J. H. Andersen, who presided as 'toastmaster. 0 0 9 The Metthodlst Aid met at the home of Mrs. Eva West on Wednes day afternoon, with Mrs. J. W. Con kle presiding at the brief business session. Refreshments were served at five o'clock, when the hosltess wa s assisted by Mrs. Fred Pelkey, Mrs. Alexander SECOND READJUSTMENT SALE Opens with more responses than we expected, The second step toward normalcy has begun in ear nest and public appreciation is being fully demon strated. WE'RE BACKING OUR JUDGMENT TO THE FULLEST EXTENT We look for a second downward revision in man ufactured goods. The value of farm products, cat tle tand sheep must he met and goods equalized in accordance—hence this special sale. Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats Sale Price $14.50, $18.75, $24.65 Men's Hats $2.45 Men's Shoes $4.85 EXTRA PANTS In all Fabrics $3.95, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 Alexander THE CLOTHIER Next Door to Postoffice Blackfoot, Idaho Robert Osborne, Mrs. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Conkle. Mrs. Sill, 'affec tionately known to ithe Aid members] as "Grandma" was the recipient of special attention and congratula tions, as the day marked her birth day. o o o Mrs. J. H. Early 'delightfully en. tentained at a bridge tea on Friday afternoon of last week, with seven 'tables arranged for the popular game, and a number of additional guest« invited in for tea. Mrs. W. A. McVfccar won the prize for high score, and the all-*cut favor was giv en to Mrs. Guy Stevens. Assisting the hotess in serving wers| Mrs. P. W. Powers, Mrs. J. B. DeHart, Mrs. S. W. Wilson and Mrs. Guy Stevens. o o o The young men of the Catholitf church gave a very successful canf party and basket social at St. Mar garet's school on Wednesday even ing. The Committee In charge was under the direction of Fred Dore, and John Boyle acted as auction eer for baskets. The prizes in the game of "500" were awarded to Miss Marie Burggraf and Mr. Fox. o o o Mrs. Lydia Watson received the members of the Macabee order on Friday afternoon of last week. The game of "500" was ithe diversion of fered, and Mrs. Paul L. Kreft won the prize for high score, while the consolation favor was given (to Mrs, H. L. Halgren. The hostess was as sisted in serving by Mrs. Kreft and Mrs. Clifford Rhodes. o o o The girls of the Brown-Hart Co., gave a surprise shower of miscel laneous articles for Mrs. Robert Robinson, Thursday evening. The new bride received many pretty and useful articles. Games and music were enjoyed thron ghoult the even ing. Refreshments were served. The guest of honor was formerly Misa Edith Miller. The out-of-down guest was Mrs. Mabel Molore, of Firth. O O ? Mrs. Ray Ragan was hostess to the ladles of ithe Bapitlst Union on Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. George H. Hanabrough presiding at the busdness meeting, which was followed, 1 by the serving of refresh ments. Mrs. W. J. Beachy assisted Ithe hostess. The next meeting of the Union will be a missionary meeting at the home of Mrs. L. M. Capps, on Wednesday of next week. o o o Mrs. Guy Stevens wag the hospit able ihostess to a small company of friends on Saturday afternoon of lat week. Three tables were filled with bridge players, and other guesitis came for a social visit and tea. Mrs. C. E. Harris won the fa vor for high score in the bridge game, and the all-cut favor was pre 1 sented to Mrs. A. D. Baickus. Mrs. Percy Jones and Miss Eva Rogers assisted the hostess in serving. o o o The Relief Society of the First Ward mat at the home of Mrs. Geo. T. Marshall on Tuesday afternoon, and Mrs. J. T. Oarruth gave the les son. The next meeting of 'the so ciety will be at the home of Mrs. Maughn, ad the Commercial Hotel, and Mrs. E. IL. Egli will give the les son on social service. This organ isation is left without a meeting place, since their chapel was de stroyed by fire last Sunday, and will meed at the homes of different mem bers for the present. o o o An interesting meeting bf the .Economic section of the Current Event club was held at the club rooms on Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Miller presiding as leader. Mis g Katherine Jensen professor of home economics at the University of Ida ho, was the principal speaker. Mrs. P. W. Powers read an excellent ip^i per on "Needs of Our Community," which provoked animated discus, sion. Refreshments were served by the committee which included Mrs. Arthur, Mrs. Noyer and, Mrs. Line. Fire Insurance—J. H. Early. The editor and family are Indebt- ] ed to John Bellamy for three pounds of his delicious Idaho honey. Many ! thanks, the .treat was sure appre ciated. Fire Insurance, Beebe. Phone 120. j If you are run down, discouraged ] and out of heart, get a botltle of Tan lac and see how different it makes you feel.—Palace Drug Store.- -adv. Phone 91 for loose and baled hay.—Fisher Commission Co. iff. The funeral services of Mrs. Sa.rah Ann Welch, who died at the home of her son, James Welch 'ait 342 west Judicial street, Sunday, January 15, were held at Ithe funeral parlors of the Brown-Eldredge Furniture Co., Tuesday 'afternoon at 2 p. m., Rev E. O. Butler officiating. Beebe Insurance. Leading agent. Phone 120. OB-tf Many residents of Bingham Coun ty and several out-of-itown visitors took advantage of ithe offer of Dr. Hoover and were guest« of tlhe asy lum management Monday afternoon, ait the dedication of Ithe new receiv ing ward and hospital which has been lately finished on the asylum grounds. Life Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 130 Mrs. Mark Tuohy and Mrs. Guy Stevens spent Tuesday in Pocattello. Fire Insurance—Beebe, Tel. 120. tf E. W. Renfro of Butte, stopped off on Tuetsday for a brief visit with his old friends, Dr. 'and Mrs A. H. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simons and children left Sunday for Los Ange les, California, where they expect to make their future home. Many 'people on the verge of de spair have taken Tanlac and recov ered.—Palaice Drug Store.—adv. Mrs. W. E. Ohubbuck returned on Saturady of laMt week fr|om Po-ca itello where she 'has been a patient in the hospital for several weeks. We buy eggs. Phone 91.—'Fish er Commission Co. tf. We want about 20 gallons whole milk daily; will pay 50 'cents per pound butterfait f. o. b. Blackfoot. You muslt have your own cans and have good clean milk. Write or phone Purity Creamery Co., Poca tello, Idaho. J20-27 2t Fire destroyed the First Ward L. D. S. Meeting House Sunday morn ing, due (to an overheated stove. The quick work of the neighbors saved most 'all the furniture. The loss is partly covered by insurance. The congregation will hold their services in the Tabernacle until a suitable byilding can be ereoted. I The rabbit drive held at the Christ ,and Hansibrough ranches was quite largely attended, although the territory undertaken was 'consider ably larger than the men on hand at the beginning and a large num ber of rabbits escaped. It is esti mated th'at aiboult 1,000 rabbits were killed in the drive. Another will be held again next Sunday. BLACKFOOT BOY PRESI DENT OF "U" CLUB University of Idaho, Moscow.— Clayiton Hoover of Blackfoot has been elected president of the South eastern Idaho "U" Club for ithe com ing semester. Thomas Bucklin of Idaho Falls was elected vice presi dent and Miss Polly Thomas of Malad, secretary and itreasurer. The club plans to hold a dance during the coming semester. Plans were also outlined at the meeting where by more Southeastern Iadho stu dents cen be hrough to the univer sity. ... LUTHERAN CHURCH (Blackfoot) Sunday School at 10 a. m. i Services at 11 a. m. The trustees will meet after the services. Luther 'League 'this Friday evening alt the church parlors. ] FREE LECTURE AND FILM POSITIVELY NO CHARGE . Remember the Place ISIS THEATRE FEBRUARY 2, 7:30 P. M. Dr. James G. Greggerson, considered by all one of America's ab lest lecturers, will deliver bis famous lecture— "The Last Word." At the Jsis Theatre, February second at 7:30 p. m., also will be shown 5,000 feet of film, highly instructive and entertaining. Nothing like it has ever been shown in this State. DO NOT MISS this treat and he sorry. A big surprise in store for all who attend. Tell your friends. —By Courtesy— DRS. FLODQUIST & BROWN CHIROPRACTORS Phones 551 and 776 Phone 91 for loose and j hay.—Fisher Commission Co. baled it. ] MONKEY BUSINESS. There is no Monkey Business when wu repair your radiator. Our experience and knowledge of radia tors eliminates "Monkey Business." We work with "Master Hands"— we render service in its most sat isfying form. Nugent Metal Works. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES 370 N. Shilling Ave. Sunday, January 22: The Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting, and his truth endurëth to all genera tions. L. D. S. SERVICES. First Ward—Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.; meeting, 2 p. m.; Mu tual, 7:30 p. m.—every Sunday. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express grateful ap preciation for the (tender sympathy and loving assistance rendered dur ing 'the illness and death of our de voted wife, mother, 'and sister, Luela Malcom. Each word and act and each beautiful flower helped more than we can tell to dispel the 'awful clouds and let in a gleam of sun shine. We thank you all. Sincerely, EVERET T. MALCOM, GLENDORA MALCOM, JAMES L. ROBSON, J. E. ROBSON, RHODA ROBSON, MARGARET BROWN. Tanlac Is a powerful, reconstruc tive, sysltemdc 'and stomachic tonic. It tones up the system, restore lost appetite and makes you feel sitrong, sturdy and well, as nature intend ed.—Palace Drug Store.—adv. The People'« Canal held Itheir an nual meeting, January 16tih. A good sized crowd was present. The following Board of Directors were elected: W. E. Jordan, Barney Jo hannes, H. N. Smith, M. C. Sbawver, Arthur Manwaring, W. T. England and E. M. Galbreth. a Mrs. Sarah A. Peterson, wfie of I Hans W. Peterson, died ait the fam ily home in the Thomas neighbor hood Wednesday, after a lingering illness of several years. She is sur vived by her husband and five chil dren: Mrs. Effie A. Broad-head, Ba sil. Joseph, Luella, and James. Fun eral services will be held Sunday at 12 o'clock from 'the Thomas church. ■Burial will be in the Thomas-River side cemetery. Mrs. Luella Malcom, wife of ■County Assessor, E. T. Malcom, died at the family home In Blackfooit, on Saturday, January 14th. Mrs. Mal cam had 'been sick for some time and was for some time before her death in the hospital at Pocatello, and ev erything possible was done to relieve her suffering, Ibut Saturday morning she passed away. Funeral esrvices were held Sunday afternoon from ithe Tabernacle. The speakers were President James Duckworth, Bishop O. L. Riedr and Peter G. Johnston. Music was furnished by the Ladles' Chorus of, the Second Ward and by the Ladies of the Relief Society. Miss Turman and Miss Liljenquist also sang two appropriait« solos and Ronald Robbins rendered a violin solo. The many and beautiful floral gifts testified to the high standing in which the many friends of Mrs. Malcom held her in memory. In termdwt was in Grove Oltv Cemetery. LUTHERAN CHURCH (Firth) ted: President President. Fred Johnson; Secretary, ] Clara off; Treasurer. Wendel Styhl. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Services in the evening at 7:30. At the business meeting of the Luther League last Saturday even ing, 'the following officers were elec Alvin Hoff; Vice 0009000000000000 i o o o RIVERSIDE o ; o o oooooooooooooooo ! I ! Thursday night, January 5th, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dickson entertained in honor of a number of Itheir many friends. Games, jokes and stories were in dulged in, and an excellent luncheon served. The party con cluded at a late hour, after a very pleasant evening. Geo. Goodwin held the lucky num ber to the Copper Clad range given away by ithe Blackfoot Hardware & Electric Company. Not only was Mr. Goodwin lucky in winning the stove, but in selling the same for ? 100.00 cash, to Elmer Price who has bought the R. F. Dickson home. Mr. Dickson intends moving this week into the Ezra D. Wilson place on the townslte. Mr. Berkley, who purchased the Ralph Johnson farm last apirlng, has moved Into Blackfoot, and rent ed his place to Auger Christensen, who has moved onto 'the place. Kimball Wray has rented the farm formerly occupied by Auger Christensen. Helm Bros, have purchased two purebred Duroc Jersey pigs from John W. Biitton. The Hawkes farm, formerly occu pied by Mr. Baird, is for rent. It has been suggested by some 'that Mr. Hawkes may move back to his farm here. The party given last Friday night in the new school house by Ithe trus tees, was a decided success, with a very large 'turnout. A program and dance, also two basket ball games were played between the Senior and Junior teams of Graveland and Riv erside, Ithe honors going to the vis iting teams. The local 'teams have just been organized, and are entire ly new at the game, with one or two exceptions. Supit. Bloom, of Blackfoot, made a splendid talk. The Senior basket ball team went to Groveland Frid'ay night, January 13th, Ito play a matched game. Wednesday night, January 11th, a d'amce was held in (the hall with a good crowd ipresent. A new orches tra, organized by members of the Blackfoot High School, furnished the music. The ward Activities Committee held a meeting Tuesday night and discussed several questions relative to the ward activities. A play will be cast this week and it is expected to be staged the last of this month. H. Andrew Benson and W. P. Lindsay, of Moreland, were the speakers at services Sunday. Mrs. O. W. Peterson entertained at a quilting Monday afternoon alt her home. John Bitton, Jr., attended a spec ial meeting of the presidents of Ithe 199'th Quorum of Seventies Satur day night, held in the stake Taber nacle at Blackfooit. F. T. Halverson and Wm. Har rocks, went to Sterling Sunday, and R. F. Dickson and Lawrence Halver son to Plngree, as home missionar ies. Ezra D. Wilson, of Pocatello, came up Wednesday (to assist at the 'bedside of his father, who is still very ill. He returned home Satur ady night. Mrs. John C. Greer returned Sat urday night from Utah, where she has spent several weeks visiting ■with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams are again alble to get out, after being confined to their home on account of sickness for several weeks. RABBIT DRIVE. There will be a rabbit driTê' at ithe Hansbrough and Christ ranches, three miles west of Moreland, on Sunday, January 22, 1922. at one o'clock. Everybody Is invited to be present. There are plenty of rab bits, fine location for a drive and good corrals to drive ito. Dr. Scarborough, the eye special ist. will be at the Eccles Hotel, .Blackfoot, Tuesady, January 24th. Let him stop your headaches and eye defects. It o o o 0003000030000000 ! o o I o ROCKFORD O ! 3 o oooooooooooooooo & for the the It a or of a a the P. the alt are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster gave a card party Saturday nigh't, and an enjoyable time was reported. Mrs. W. Ruempke and daughter, Ivah. were Idaho Falls visitors on Saturday. Miss Ruempke is study ing the violin under Professor Stoddi. The second semester of Ithe Firth High School began Monday, Janu ary 16 th. Tuesday evening, the Firth town team won a game of basket ball from the Idaho Falls team. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taylor gave two card parities, one Tuesday and ithe other Thursday evening. "Five Hundred" was the game played, af ter which a delicious lunch was ser ved. Miss Margaret Shirley spent part of Saturday in Blackfoot. Miss Myrtle Christensen returned 'to her sfcbool at Blackfoot on Satur day, after spending Friday with her parents. Several teachers form the Firth schools spent Saturday in Blackfoot. at on be It Another rabbit drive took place Wednesday, at which albout 1,000 rabbits were killed. Among those from other pants who attended the drive( were, Mr. Ferris from Black foot, the Anderson brothers from Thomas, Mr. Halverson from River side and Joseph Merrill of Thomas. We are glad 'to see so many taking an interest in these affairs. Larin Bingham was a Blackfoot visitor on Thursday. Mrs. Benjamin Atkins has beeij on the sick list the past week. Rex Parker is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, while he finishes the echool term here. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paitrajas were Rockford visitors Friday, and while here Called at the Anderson home. Miss Vera Cameron visited friends at Springfield Friday night. Miss Vera Cameron left Saturday for Ogden, where she will spend the winter. She will (take a business course at one of the schools while there. A crowd of young folks had a sleighing party Thursday evening. Sleighing and dancing are still the ipasstime of the season in these parts. Jaick Cameron has returned ito Po catello to continue treatment for his health. Miss Ellen Anderson is staying with Mrs. Jack Cameron. Mrs. Driver, our school 'teacher, la very sick with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Heber An derson. The disease called "pink eye" has started In these parts. A few of our young people attend, ed the dance ait Thomas on Friday night. oooooooooooooooo O o ° FIRTH o O o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O o o MORELAND O O O ooooooooooooooooo A large number of friends and ac quaintenres from Moreland attend ed the funeral of Mrs. S. S. Ham mond at Groveland on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Justus Furniss were Pocatello visitors, Tuesday. Mrs. Johnson has been confined to her ibed for several days. Mrs. Harrison McKnight is visit ing Mrs. J. M. Jordan in Idaho Falls for a few days. David Wheeler left for Montana ■Wednesday, to look over the coun try. Mrs. Elmer Hammond and daugh ter, Genevieve, of Ogden, are in Moreland. The rabbit drives in this section are doing much (to rid the farmers of these pests.