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in 0000000000090000 o o o GROVELAND O O T 0 ocoooooooooooooo Mrs. Nels Johnson las been quite sick and her baby has had itonsilitis. They are both recovering. The Parents and Teachers party was postponed las. Friday night. Vern Reynolds, who has been very sir k with inflamaturv rheumatism, is improving in health. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paekham, Mrs. Arthur Manwaring, Mrs John athan Hale and Mrs. Alice Yancey, attended the Industrial Institute in Blackfoot on Wednesday, January 18th. Everett Green was called to ithe bedside of his brother in Pocatéllo, who i s very sick. Wednesday after school there was a basket ball game iii the gym. be tween the Blackfoor teams, the score beink 22 ito 1 favor of Groveland. Groveland will play Ibasket ball with Riverside on Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Alonzo Fullgier, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Larsen, hias returned to her home in Rigby. Orson Hickenlooiper and family are in quarantine agdin for chicken pox. Mrs. Orson Manwkring is quite sick and is confined to her bed. Buby Bergeson is stopping wiith her Whil e she is sick. Mrs. Charles Packjham and Mrs. Alice Yancey attended the Relief Society Stake meeting Saturday. Charles Paekham, Orlie Yancey, Arthur Manwaring, Elmer Blood, Andrew Jensen, Joseph Jensen, J. A. Mangum and Samuel Seamons, were Blackfoot visitors Saturday. The Sacrament meeting convened Sunday att 2 o'clock. Singing; prayer, Emoran Yandey. The speak ers wer e Edgar Hale, Emma Hale, Bishop Bowker, Arvet Hale, John Dean, who spoke on the subject of geneology. Edgar Hale, Emma Hale and Bishop Btlwker attended the geneologlcal 'convention at Ida ho Fall s Wednesday, and gave a re port of the meeting^ there. Sing ing; prayer, Joseph Jensen. ooooooooooooooo o o o MORELAND O O I O 00000000009300000 John Wray and Eugene Liljen quist were the speakers at the Sun day services at flhe L. D. S. 'church. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belnaip on Monday last. All are doing nicely ( Gustus Furniss made a business kr&ri c #7' ■raw PRICES F<t>R NEW GOODS REALLY ARE LOWER iffTW» mnr-wrw^ - < PRICES FOR NEW GOODS I REALLY ARE LOWER 1 We have so little old goods to sell at any price, we have wasted neither time or money on them. Every one knows our stock is remarkably clean of old or out of style goods; that the saying "SEEGER-BUNDLIE, a Safe Place to Trade" is literally true. The strict policy we observe, "If you are not satisfied your money cheerfully refunded," certainly has brought lis many loyal customers. We are not ambitious to grow ridh here among you and then beat it to California to live. We like it here where people have been good to us and we are trying to observe the golden rule. We are daily receiving Spicy new goods that bring smiles of joy from customers because of their fresh beauty and the remarkably low price at which they can be sold and at a profit. PRICES 11* PRICES FOR ^ppqrpr- Ki l n tl 11 f* l n FOR NEW GOODS k^v/v&vl U Ui lvtllV/ V/l/« NEW GOODS REALLY REALLY ARE to WER "EVERYBODY'S STORE" ARE LOWER trip to Pocatello the first of the j week. On last Monday the People's Ca nal Co., held their annual meeting for the purpose of Meeting officers Cor the coming year. A surprise party was given Mis Ad el li a Grinimett at her home on Thursday evening. Games and lunch were enjoyed. The arm of James Le'v'tt was. badly cut by a broken glast, ir the ■ door at the school house. He v. a • taken to Blackfoot where several stitches were taken in the arm. Mr. Tompkins returned home Sat urday. He has been working in the ! northern part of the state. The Moreland orchestra played Cor the dance in Wapeli ' on Friday I evening. Mrs. Elnora Hammond, who has been visiting in Moreland, returned to her home in Ogden, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grinvnett at-| tended the funeral of Mrs. Sara) Peterson in Thomas <>n Sunday. WILLIAM RUSSELL EN TERTAINS FIGHTERS William Rusaell, ;he Fox s'ar. who is appearing Tuesday and Wed nesday' in his latest pic itre. "The Lady from Eongacre," at the Isis Theatre, is known as a man exceed ingly correct and punctilious of de portment. "Alway s the gentleman'' is the way more than one friend has described him. But on the screen Russell stands high as a lighter— in the cause of right or chivalry, of course. In order ito keep in it rim for such work the Fox star doe s much spar ring with professional fighters. One [evening, while making "The Lady jfrom Longacre''—in which lie uses Ihis fists effectively—he invited sev eral of the ring fraternity up to his apartment. Wihle ithey were sit ting around swapping stories, a cer tain well-known member of south ern California's "four hundred" called to ask Mr. Russell to appear at a charitable entertainment. The star was visibly embarrassed when he had to introduce "Kid'' So-and So and "Battling" What's-His-Name to the high society caller. One o fth e assistant directors was present at the time, and spread tse story of Russell's "society ^unotion." The laugh ha s Ibeen on the star since then—though Russell's fistic ability ha s kept the mirth of friends with in modest limits. \ "When I began taking Tanlac I only weighed 98 pounds, now weigh 125 pounds and never felt better in my life," says Mrs. Chas. Peden, of Huntsville, Ala.—Palace Drug Store —adv. Charter No. 22 Repon* of the condition of the D. W. ETANDROD & CO* BANKERS at Blackfoot, ialio, in the State ot Idaho. ; t the close of business De er .i 31. 1921. RESOURCES Loan and discounts !.$1,88(1,541.32 Overdr:' ts .......... 1,201.74 Stocks, bonds and war ..... 107,394.30 Stock Federal "Reserve Bank .......... 6,300.00 Banking House. Furni - :r e and fixtures .... 39.791 32 Cl:her real estate ...... 13,913.11 Claims, Judgments, etc. 9,299.91 Cash on Hand __________ 8,688.56 Due from banks ........ 51,365.98 Checks and Drafts on other 'hankg ............ 4,041.78 Other cash items ........ 2,875.20 Expenses in excess of e iruings .................... None Discount on Liberty bands sold .............. 41.66S.81 Total ................$2,173,08:? 23 LIABILITIES Capital stoc^ paid in ....$100,000.00 Sunlu: Fund ............... 110,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses, interest and faxes paid .................. 37,342.12 Amount reserved for taxes, interest and de preciation ............................ None Individual deposits sub ject to check .............. 639.647.10 Savings depir>sit s ............ 85,077.40 Demand certificates of deposit ........................ 27.00 Tim e certificates of de posit ............................ 44,540.27 Due to other banks (de posits) ........................ 60.643.2S Total Deposits ........ 829,935.11 Cashier's 'eheck s ............ 23,122.42 Certified checks .............. 140.60 Dividends unpaid .......... None Bill s payable, including obligations represent ing money borrowed 1,027,841.98 Rediscounts ...................... None Other Liabilities ............ 44,700.00 Total .................$2,173,0S2.23 STATE OF TDAHO. jCounitv of Bingham, ss. I. W. F. Berryman, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. F. BERRYMAN. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of January, 1922. I certify that I am not on officer or director of this bank (Seal) JOHN H. EARLY. Notary Pulbllc. CORRECT—Attest: C. W. BERRYMAN, GEO. F. GAGON. Directors. ATTENDED INSTITUTE AT BLACKFOOT Otto P. Iloelbel returned Wednes day morning from Blackfoot where he attended the potato meeting as a representative of the Arco Cham ber of Commerce.—Arco Advertiser. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE BY SHERIFF John Neider, Plaintiff, Davis and Addie Davis, h wife. Defendants Under and by virtue o|f an Order of Sale and Decree of B. W. isband and Cored >su:\ and Sale, issued out of the District : al Distric îe State of ( January, at Mod ider. the d wife, do- : of .Tail Court. f tIie Sixtli .Tudici County of Bingham, of t Idaho, on the 19th day A. D 1 922. in the above t.ion. wherein John N above nakhed plaintiff, obtained jiidvaieni; and decree of forovlo-ure at ' - ' against B. W. Davis and Addie Davis, husband am fendants, on the 19th di nary. A. D. 1922. for the sum of Thireen Hundred Ninety-Six and Sixty-Five One Hundredths Dollars, in United States gold coin, beside interest, costs and counsel fees, which said decree was, on the 19th day >f January. A. D. 1922, record ed in judgment hook 5 of said court, a- page 47-49. I am commanded to. sell i liât certain lot. piet of land, situate and lyin ham County. State of or parcel . in Bing- ---- ...____... ... Idaho, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point south 51 degrees 4 2 minutes east and 461 feet distance from the southwest corner of Block number 63 in Dan iison's Addition to Blackfoot, Idaho then'e south 38 degrees IS minutes wen 316 feet; thence south 51 de gree t" minutes east 289 feet; thence north 0 degrees 2 2 minutes west and along the east line of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section three (3) in town ship three (3) south of range thir ty-five (35) east, Bois<j> Meridian, 405 feet, theme north 51 degrees 42 minute.; west 35.3 feet to point of beginning, containing one and two 'tenths (1.2) acres: together with one inch of water in the Eastern Idaho Irrigation Oompamv, a oorpor ation Together with tli hereditaments and a] thereto belonging or in pert aiding. I Publie Police is hereby 1- given that [on Monday, the 27th d j ary, A if. 1922, at ten : of that day, in Iront o. ..... House door of uI:o County of Bing ham. I will, in obedience to said or der of Sale and Decree of Foreclo sure and Sale, sell tile abov e deucrib ed property, or so much thereof as may lie necessary to judgment, with inheresi etc., to the higha t and for gold coin of the Uni Dated January 25, 19 A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. Bv D. P. KRILL. J27 F3-10-17-24 Denny Sheriff. WARRANT ^CALL. Blackfoot, Idaho, Jan. 26, 1922 Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned Treasurer of Bingham County, will pay upon presentation at mv office the following County Warrants, to-wit: 1921 Serien Current 3*3 to No. 948 inclusive tenements, ipurtenaiices anywise ap of Febru i'clock a. ill. tlhe Court satisfy said and costs, best bidder, :.ed States. Expense No. : : PRICES ALWAYS: Adults 20c. Children 10c OUR SHOWS Guaranteed To Please Program. Week Commencing Saturday, January 28 Saturday Matinee and Night WM. FAIRBANKS in Absolutely new and 1 . Just Released. I tl€ W CStCHl 06111011 Sunday 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 Monday 2 to 11:30 "SILENT YEARS" A PICTURE YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS RUSSELL ORCHESTRA IN SPECIAL PROGRAMME AL. ST. JOHN COMEDY TUESDAY—WEDNESDAY WILLIAM RUSSELL in "The Lady From Lon gacre" THURSDAY EVENING Dr. Greggerson's Free L ecture 'THE LAST WORD'' 1920 Series County Road No. 676 to No. 13 6, 19 21 Series, inclusive. 1921 Series County Bridge No. 244 to No. 402. inclusive. Interest 'on above listed warrants will cease ten days from the dat 0 of this notice. MARGARET WARD. J27 F.3-10 3t Treas. Bingham Co. Amelia Kirkpatrick enltertained a number of friends at 'her home on Thursday, January 19th, in honor of Mrs. Robert Rohinson (formerly Mils Edith Miller.) A Pwo-cnurse luncheon was ser ved, first course, oysters, l rankers and coffee: second course, fruit cake, brick ice cream, cookies and mints. The centerpiece was ferns and rod carnations. Cupids and hearts dec orated tlie room, wiith a doll dressed 1o represent the bride, witli wedding veil, mid another to represent file groom, with ribbons leading from tile red candles to each doll and dec orated with hearts. The evening was spent in singing and music.