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Notice of Foroolosore Sale by Sheriff
E. M. Kennedy, Plalnuff, vs. R«u
ben C. Jensen and Fred W. Kief
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er, Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an Order
of Sale and Deere« of Foreclosure
and Sale, issued out of the District
Court of the Sixth Judicial District,
County of Bingham, of the State of
Idaho, on the 14th day of Decem
ber, A. D., 1921, in «ne above entit
led action, wherein &. M. Kennedy,
the above named plaintiff, obtained
a judgment and decree of foreclos
ure and sale against Reuben C.
Jensen, defendant, on the 13th day
of December, A. D. 1921, for the
sum of One Thousand Sixty-five and
65-100 ($1065.66) Dollars, in Unit
ed States gold coin, besides Inter
ests, costs and counsel fees, which
said decree was on the 14th day of
December, A. D. 1921, recorded in
Judgment Book 5 of said Court, at
pages 8-10, I am commanded to sell
that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land, situate and lying in the City
of Bliackfoot, Bingham County, Stato
of Idaho, and bounoea and described
as follows:
All of lot numbered sixteen and
a strip of land four feet wide off the
entire So. side of lot numfbered fif
teen, all in block numbered forty
six, in Shilling's addition to the
City of Blackfoot, in Bingham Coun
ty, Idaho, according to the recorded
plat thereof, together with all
ditches, ditch rights of way and wa
ter rights appurtenant thereto.
Public notice is hereby given that
on Tuesday, the 24th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 19 22, at 11:00 o'clock a.
m., of that day, in front of the
Court House door of the County of
Bingham, I will, in obedience to
said order of Sale and Decree of
Foreclosure and Sale, sell the albove
described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy said judgment, with interest
and costs, etc-, to the highest and
best bidder, for gold coin of the
United States.
Dated December 15th, 1921.
A. H. SIMMONS,
Sheriff.
By D. P. BRILL, Deputy.
D-26-30 J6 13 20.
NOTICE OF LIEN FO RECLOSURE.
"White, doing business un
der the Arm name and style of
White Transfer Co., vs. Harry J
Smith.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that I, the undersigned, L. B. White,
have in my possession, belonging to
Harry Smith, the following describ
ed chattels, goods, and effects, to
wit:
2 tubs, 1 dresser, 1 wash bench,
1 child's bed, 1 box, 2 chairs, 1 rug,
2 center tables, 1 sewing machine.
And the owner thereof being in
Rht.ftd tn mo in fV.Û /xf ore «o
debted to me in the sum of $55.62
for services rendered in the protec
tion, storage, care and safe keeping
of said property, done at the spec
ial instance and request of said
owner, no part of which sum has
been paid, although more than sixty
days have expired after the services
were first rendered, and by virtue
of these facts I have a special lien
upon all of said personal property
above described.
NOW THEREFORE, Public noti 0 e
is herelby given that I will on Sat
urday, the 28th day of January,
1922, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day
at the warehouse of the White
Transfer Company, at the corner of
Broadway and Idaho streets, in the
City of Blackfoot, Bingham County,
Idaho, sell at public auction, for
United States gold coin, all the
right, title, claim and Interest of
the said owner, Harry Smith, of, in
and to said chattels, or so much
thereof as may be necessary to raise
sufficient money to satisfy said
claim with interest, accruing costs,
etc., to the highest bidder.
Dated January 12, 1922.
J13-20-27 3t L. B. WHITE.
NOTICE OF LIEN F ORECLOSURE.
L. B. White, doing business under
the firm name and style of White
Transfer Co., vs. W. R. Hamm.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That I, the undersigned, L. B. White
have in my possession, belonging to
W. R. Hamm, the following describ
ed chattel goods and effects, to-wit:
2 trunks.
And the owner thereof being in
debted to me in the sum of $19.50
for services rendered in the protec
tion, storage, care and safe keeping
of said property, done at the special
Instance and request of said owner,
no part of which sum has been paid,
although more than sixty days have
expired after the services were first
rendered, and by virtue of these
facts I have a special lien upon all
of said personal property above de
scribodt
NOW THEREFORE, Public notice
is hereby given that I will on Sat
urday, the 28th day of January,
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J Tilf.L "J 1 Tq^ aa7 i ^e 31st da y
January, 1922, at 11:00 o clock a.
m. of that day, in front of the
1922, at 2 o'cclock p. m. of said day
at the warehouse of the "White
Transfer Company, at the corner of
Broadway and Idaho streets, in the
GMy of Blackfoot, Bingham County,
Idaho, sell at public auction, for
United States gold coin, all the
right, title, claim and interest of
the said owner, W. R. Hamm, of, in
•and to said chattels, or so much
thereof as may fbe necessary to raise
sufficient money to satisfy said
claim with interest, accruing costs,
etc., to the highest bidder.
Dated January 12, 1922.
J13-20-27 3t L. B. WHITE.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAT.V. ON
FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE
In the District Court of the Sixth
Judicial District of the State of
Idaho, in and for Bingham Coun
ty.
Wells Dickey Company, a corpora
tion, Plaintiff, vs. Parley Hall,
•and his wife Nellie Hall, and Ida
Olson, administratrix of the es
tate of Pearley Hall, deceased,
Defendants.
Under and by virtue of an Order
of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure,
issued out of the District Court of
the County of Bingham, State of
Idaho, on the 24th day of Decem
ber, 1921, in 'the above entitled ac
tion, wherein the Wells Dickey
Company, a corporation, the above
named plaintiff, obtained a Judg
ment and Decree against the above
named defendants, on the said day
named, which said decree was, on
the 24th day of December^ 1921,
recorded in Judgment Book 5 of
said Court, at page 23-26.
I am commanded to sell that cer
tain lot, piece and parcel of land
situate in the County of Bingham,
State of Idaho, and bounded and
particularly described as follows:
The Southwest quarter (SW%)
of Section Five (5); the Southeast
quarter (SE14) of Section Six (6),
Township One (1) South, Range
Thirty-two (32) East Boise Meri
dian, Bingham County State of
Idaho.
Together with the tenements
and appurtenances thereunto be
longing, and
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
United States
Court House, In the County of
Bingham, I will, in obedenoe to
said Order of Sale and Decree of
Foreclosure, sell the above describ
ed property, or so much thereof as
,may be necessary to satisfy plain
tiff' sjudgment, with interest there
on and costs, to the highest and
best bidder, for caan, in gold coin
Dated this 31st day of Decem
ber, 1921.
A. H. SIMMONS,
Sheriff Bingham County.
By D. P. BRILL, Deputy.
Jan. 7-14-21-28.
NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE.
Notice is herelby given that I, A.
H. Simmons, Sheriff of the County of
Bingham, State of Idaho, will sell
at public auction to the highest
bidder, for cash, *t the farm of
John M. Rider, four and one-half
imels northwest of Blackfoot, Bing
ham County, Idaho, on the 23rd day
of February, 1922, at ten o'clock a.
m. of that day, the following de
scribed animals, to-wit:.
One blajck horse, 10 years old,
weight 1300 pounds, halter scar
over nose.
One brown mare, coming (three
years old, hind feet white, weight
1400 pounds.
One Ibay bald faced mare, com
ing five years old, branded 1A on
left shoulder.
A. H. SIMMONS.
Sheriff.
By D. P. BRILL,
J13-20-27 F3-10-17-24 Deputy.
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ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF
AMERICA, 3058
Meeting Nights. Second and
fourth Wednesday! of each
° fourth Wednesday» of each
® Month, at Odd Fellow»* Hall,
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Blackfoot, Idaho.
Visiting Members Invited
Jennie Koeelter. Clerk.
Achse J. Boling,
Oracle.
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The Sacrament meeting was held
in the L. D. s. church Sunday ait:
two o'clock, counselor Emeron Yan
cey presiding. The Speakern were,
Orlie Yancey and George Bailey.
Singing, "Arise O Glorious Zion.''
Prayer, Ernest Hale; singing "Come
Listen to a Prophet's Voice; sing
ing, "Ye Simple Souls Who Stray."
Prayer, William EJUiason.
The parents and teachers will
give a dance in the gym on Friday
night. A program will he given
refreshments served.
The Relief Society will convene
Thursday art. 2 o'clock. A large at
tendance Is desired.
The Primary met Wednesday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock in the Relief
Society ihome. There was a good
attendance.
There will he iai convention of the
Geneological Socierty at Idaho Falls
Tuesday and Wednesday. It is hop
ed there will be a good attendance
from Groveland. Those desirous of
attending will inform Ernest Hale
and he will see that they have rtrane.
portation to the 'train in Blackfoot.
Mrs. Alice Yancey, M. W. Via.n
Seters and wife, and Charles Pack
liam and wife, arttended the funeral
of Mrs. Malcom, which was held in
the Tabernacle in Blackfoot, on Sun
day.
Lavell Butt, of Roberts, formerly
of Groveland, and Bessie Proctor, of
Spanish Fork, were married Janu
ary lOith.
Raymond Hale's little daughter,
Arbor, is quite sick with scarlet
fever.
Mrs. Mary Jorgensen is quite sick
and confined to her bed.
Mrs. Orson Hickenlooper is im
proving in health and hopes to be
oiut soon.
The Misses Margaret and Marinda
Peterson, twin daughters of J. W.
Peterson, are visiting in Uttah for a
month.
Mrs. James Larsen has been quite
sick, but is batter now.
Wallace Lindsay has sold his
place and will soon move into the
McCartney home.
John Larsen Is living wiitli his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James lLarsen
Sr.
The Packham orchestra, of Grove
land, played for a dance at River
side Wednesday night.
The Relief Society mat. Thursday
at 2 p. m. It was work day, and
they quilted a quilit and served re
freshments.
Alonzo Fullmer has returned to
his home in Rigby, hut his wife will
remain wirth his daughter, Mrs.
James Larsen, for a while.
There was a rabbit hunt Satur
day, and many of ou rpeople took
part in it.
Friday night there was a (basket
ball game at ithe gym, between Riv
erside and Groveland. The score
wias 36 to 12 in favor of Groveland.
The ward gave the married people
dance 'Friday night. Packham's
orchestra played, ian daJl enjoyed
their music, besides having a pleas
ant time.
Monday might :the (teachers train
ing class met at 7:30 o'clock. A
large attendance was present.
Orson Hickenlooper and family
are out of quarantine.
Mrs. Letrtie Miarshall, of Weiser,
Idaho, who spent the holidays with
her sister, Mrs. Charles Packham,
has returned home.
Chris Nygard, Samuel Seamens,
Arthur Manwaring and Grover Nv
gard, were Blackfoot visitors Satur
day.
Mrs. Lynn Hansen, who is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Janies Larsen,
is very sick.
Mrs. B. Sutton, of Pocatello, who
has been visiting her parents, Mr.
and Airs. Chris Nygard, returned
Saturday to her home.
Mrs. James Christensen, who un
derwent an operation for appendic
itis two weeks ago, and has been
stopping at her father's, S. Tome
son's, of Blackfoot, returned home
Saturday.
We buy eggs. Phone 91.—Fish
er Commission Co. tf.
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Oats Wanted.—Fisher Commis
sion Company.
Advertisement» In these oolumne
are Inserted at the rate of 5 cents
per line per insertion. Count rix
words to the line.
Copy must he in the News office
by Thursday noon. Phone 81.
CASH—at your door for hogs, veal,
poultry, etc. If you have any
thing in the above line «all 287
and we will he there with cash
and highest prices. tf
PHONE 31—for want ad service.
They will buy sell or rent any
thing or will find you employ
ment or an employee. Phone 81.
FOR SALE—One pure bred Duroe
Jersey boar, six months old and
weighing 165 pounds. O. D. Inns
keep, Pingree, Idaho- 2t
WANTED—To rent farm from 40 to
60 acres. Leo Fackrell, Pingree,
Idaho. J13-20-27 3t p
PIANO AT SACRIFICE PRICE
Wo have a high grade, almost
new piano in Aberdeen. Will sell
for balance due on it for quick dis
posal. Terms to responsible person.
Write for full particulars 'to the
Denver Music Co., Denver, Colo. 2t
TWICE PROVEN
If you suffer backache, sleepless
nights, tired, dull days and distress
ing urinary disorders, don't experi
ment. Read this twice-told testi
mony. It's Blackfoot evidence—
doubly proven.
Mrs. Fred Gertsoh, 307 W. Judicial
St., says: "I had attacks of backache
and have had those attacks ever
since I was a small child. Overwork
or cotching cold often brings on the
trouble. I use Doan's Kidney Pills
and they bring good results."
DOAN'S ALWAYS HELP HER.
Ten years later, Mrs. Gertsch said;
"1 don't often need a kidney remedy
now, but when I catch cold, and it
settles on my kidneys, I use Doan's.
They always give the same good re
sult!."
Price 60c, at all dealer!. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Gertsch had. Foster-Mlliburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—adv.
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Chiropractic) Specioliita
Honrs 9 to 12; 1 to 5.30;
Evenings and Sundays by
Appointment
Lady Nurse in Constant At
tendance
Phone 551 Main Street
Across from Depot. Over City
Grocery
We Are in Business for Tow
Health
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January 31st,
Limit April I st
Old Time
Bound Trip
Fare of
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BLACKFOOT
No War Tax
Proportionately low fares
from other
stations
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^j|(*tTH the wisdom of a sage, Poor
lljtfl Richard said: "If you will not
hear Reason, she will surely
ra,p your knuckles."
The advertising you find in this
paper Is 100 per cenit reason. Ignore
its messages, and you negledt op
portunity, overlook vital informa
tion and put yourself in a way to get
your knuckle« severely rapped. Heed
them, and you cannort fail Ito profit.
Sometimes, the advertisement«
keep you from making an unwise
purchase by pointing out the rea
sons why one article eullts you bertter
than another.
And always they Identify for you
goods of unquestioned value. When
a store or manufacturing (concern
puts its name on good« and (tells you
about them, you may be sure that
they are worth consideration. It
does not pay to advertise merchan
dise that is not good.
It's Worth While to Heed the Voice
of Reason. Read the Adverti s ement 3
It's worth while to heed the voice of
Reason. Read the Advertisements.

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