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BLACKFOOT BIG ROAD SHOW ONE NIGHT ONLY, TUESDAY, JAN. 31 THE FARCE COMEDY HIT "ARE YOU A MASON?" MODERNIZED WITH MUSIC 7,800—LAUGHS—7,800 A SCREAM FROM START TO FINISH YOU'LL LAUGH TILL YOU CRY A BIG CAST POPULAR PRICES —DON'T MISS IT— GET YOUR SEATS EARLY r~L 4^ LOCAL 'PENINGS Fire Insurance—Beebe, Tei. 120. tf Mrs. J. H. Early ha« been quite ill the past week. ___[day N. Burggraf i e visiting with rela tives in Idaho Falls. Rev. A. L. Peterson, of Flirth, spent Sunday here. Taniac's world wide fame is due to it« merit. It doe 8 the work.— Palace Drug Store.—adv. , Mrs. Guy Stevens wa s hooter to the Aces Bridge Club on Friday af ternoon of last week. Probate Judge Gus Bentach, Of Arco, was a visitor at the court house on Tuesday, looking after le gal matters. Homer Co,pe and Mis s Sylvia Cap pcll, both io f Pingree, Idaho, were united in marriage by Probate Judge Good, on Tuesday. E. W. Whitcomb returned on Wednesday from a visit to Salmon, where lie spent ten d.iv^ looking af ter le;ta,l hi. li ters. James Ryan and his sister, Miss Katherine Ryan, loft for New City, to purchase gooiilg for the Col den Rule tore. They expect to tie gone about six weeks. Thousands of thin, frail men and women have reported an astonishing and rapid increase in weight as a result of taking Tanlac.—Palace Drug Store, adv. y'irï" -, „ M "'- Ä.ÄSTX and Mrs. Butler, left on Satlurday I Man <l ( evening last for St. Paul, where silie i will join her'husband and make lier! home. II. C. Tavey and Miss Loren ç Ta vey, will leave next Tuesday for a in the east, chase spring Hart store. Mr. mods Tavey will pur far ithe Brown- 1 Friday afternoon (the members of the Helping Hand Club were enter- j tadned at the H. J. Hubbard home, j A short business meeting wa 8 held and a light lunch was served. The ! next meeting will be February 3rd, at tlie A. E. McCoy home. . .. . .. i . . visit to New York and other points,, , ., , »... ... ... Lack of team wor^ wa, s given as the reason for the defeat of (the Blackfoot high basket hall team at Shelley on Tuesday evening, when our team was defeated 23 to 18. The boys are not discouraged, however, and ar e putting in some extra stiff practice, so that they will be In win ning form for the game tonight with Idaho Falls. The former Capt. W. C. Allen, commander of Troop B, 116th Cav alry, is now "Major" Allen, having received his commission from Adju dant General L. V. Patch of Boise. Major Alien will be commander of the First Squadron, 116th Cavalry, ihle command including the. cavalry troops of Blackfoot, Pocatello, Grace and Gooding. Blackfoot will be the Major's headquarters. Walter MacPherson, organizing secretary Of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, the business men'« organ ization of Uhe Episcopal church, was a speaker at St. Paul's church on Sunday morning, and In the after noon meit a group of men and or ganized a branch of the Brotherhood here! The temporary organization ha 8 the following Officer«, who were appointed to serve (till a permanent organization i 8 effected and offlcerti are elected: Director, Rex Dunlap; Vioe Director, William Varley; Treasnrer, Percy Jonee; Secretary, J. B. DeHart. SjQCIE •.and UV Mrs. James Ryan entertained a small company in,formally on Tues afternoon, in honor of her mo ' h * r ' ^rs. A - D - Ba * ku *. who 1« here from Iowa on a vlsltt. The enter tai notent took the form of a Ken sington, followed by the eerving of a six o'clock supper. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Kreft enter tained on Monday evening in cele bration of their wedding anniver sary. "500" was the diversion, and prizes for high score were given to Mrs. Lydia Watson and Walker Da vis. Refreshments were served late in the evening. o o o A meeting of the Ifooys of the church was hald at the home of L. J. Chapman on Sunday evening, and a temporary organization w% effect ed with the following officers: Di rector, Leland Chapman; Vice Di rector, Robert Stringfellow; Treas urer, John D. Davis; Secretary, Charles Burnett. o o o The Kia Or-i Kensington met. at the home of Mrs. H. A. Wagner on Thursday afternoon lof lasit week when the lesson was ing. O O O The Meth .list Sunday School, un der the ehuperonage of the superin tendent anz the teachers, is to he given a grand sleigh ride next Sat urday afternoon, leaving the church at 2.15 sharp as a razor. In order that no danger of chilling shall be .............. iven by Mrs. ! i P. P. Vaught. Refreshments werejbeth served at the close of a plea ant af- j prnoon with Mr. . E. Moore, assist- i .experienced tlie ytoiungs'.,er 8 will bei 8 KH* ,mt *"*• I men S ' i 1 j j ! O O Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Early enter tained a company of about fifty guests ait "500" on Thursday even ling of last week. Mrs. E. T. Peck jiaud Everett Sanders were winners inf the favori for high scores. A . , , (laite supper was served, when the hostess was assisted by Airs. F. C. Christ, Mrs. L. B. Dustin. Mrs. H. R. Hudson. Mrs. Frank Rerryman, Mrs. H. D. MacCosham and Airs. P. W. Powers. o o o The Campfire Girls, chaperoned by their Guardian, Airs. E. W. Whiit comb, held a meeting at the home of Airs. C. V. Fisher ion Tuesday, with Maxine Fisher and Lillian Day las hostesses. Frances Wilson and Gladv s Bond were guests, and there were eighteen members present. After the business meeting, th e girls had a jolly itim'e with music and games, in which Grace Wagner and Sylvia Afurphy were winners of the prizes. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be at the home of Elisabeth Christ. o o o Tlie Baptist Union met a 8 a mis sionary society on Wednesday after noton at the home of Mns. L. M. Capps, when the meeting wo® open ed with devotional exercises by Mrs. F. M. Ferguson. Airs. L. M. Capps next gave a paper on missions, and Mrs. E. O. Butler reviewed the first chapter of the book on missions which is the subject of study for the society, and Mrs. Ferguson gave the second chapter. Mrs. J. T. Stewart anz Airs. Alax Smith gave papers on missions, and this was followed by a pageant on India, under the direc tion of Airs. Butler. Those taking pant were. Mrs. George Hansbrough, Mrs S. T. Clark and Mrs. D. H. Biethan. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. o o o Airs. Charles Mackey, the school nurse, entertained about a dozen teachers on Tuesday evening. The affair was In the nature of a Ken sington, followed by the serving of refreshments, when Mre. M. N. Aus tin asalated the hostess. Tlie music section (of the Current 1 Evenit club held an interesting ses sion on Monday, at the home of Mrs. Cecil Clarke. Answer to rail call was with the name of the favorite opera singer of each member. Mrs. E. C. Bernhisel read a paper on the /life of iiizet, composer of the opera "Carmen,'' which wa sth e subject of study for the afternoon. Mrs. Ed ward Thoreson gave the story of the opera, and a number of the songs from Carmen were played on the phonogtraph. I^gltJ relfreshmertts were served by the hostess, assist iez by her mother, Mrs. York. o o o The Guild met at the home of Mrs. L. J. Chapman on Wednesday afternoon. A Ibtrief business meet ing wa« followed by a soldai hour, when the hostess was assisted by her daughters. The members of t)he Guild aire planning to take up mis sion study and a Study of church history during Lent. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ralph Davis. o o o The Altar Society gave another of their series of card panties at St. Margaret's srhool, on Wednesday evening, when a pleasant social time was enjoyed The w!nner s of high scare prizes in the game of "500" were Mrs. Pelkey and' Fred Arvish. Mrs. Campbell wias chair man in charge of arrangement« for the affair. o o o Mrs. J. E. Good entertained the A. B. C. Club on Thursday after noon. O O .» The Duplicate Whist club was en terained this afternoon a,t the home of Mrs. James Ryan. o o o Mrs. Guy Stevens has arranged a bridge party for tomorrow afternoon at her honte. 0 0 3 The Mutualg of the First and Sec ond Wards united In a successful entertainment given at tthe taber nacle on Friday evening of last week The committee in charge In cluded Mrs. E, L. Egll, Mrs. Geo. Gihby, W. E. Bills and James John ston. Each ward put on a debate. t!he winners for ithe first ward being Mis® Nora Jones and Miss Jean Parks, and the winners for the Sec ond ward were Lloyd Johnston and Miss Roxie Duckworth. After the debating was over, dancing \va 3 en joyed, and the Beehive Girls served refreshments. The many friends of Mns. Ettia Dunn Johnson, wife of David A. Johnson, were grieved tio learn on Thursday of her delath in a hospital at Salt Lake City, following an op eration. Mrs. Johnson was taken to Salt Lake for surgical attention /bout ten days ago. She is a daugh ter of Henry Dunn, the well-known pioneer - tockman of Blackfoot, and I also survived iby a daughter. Mrs. I Ernest Call, living on a ranch near town, and by two sisters. Mrs. Eliza-! and Mrs. John 1 a brother. George Blackfoot. The body i . co. he brough to Bl-nckloot for bur ial, but funeral arrangements are not complete. Shannon Thompson, and Dunn, all of H. C. Tavey and daughter enter- tained at dinner for the employee of tlie Brown-Hart store on Tuesday evening at a two-course dinner. The evening was spent in playing and 8 * 11 ®* 11 ^' an< i playing "500.' Those »•»= "« »»• T - b Dolman. Miss Mabelle Alolden, Mies LaVina Plant, Miss Irene Briggs, Miss Amelia Kirkpatrick and Airs. Robert Robinson. The centerpiece was roses and ferns. We buy eggs. Phone 91. er Commission Co. -Fish tf. "SILENj YEARS" BASER ON CLEAN-CUT THEME "Silent Years." at tlie Isis on Sunday and Monday, is based upon the widely read novel " Mam'selle Jo," from the pen of Mis s Harriet T. Comstock, Self-sacrifice is the theme of this moving story. The happiness that comes to ithose who give is the lot of Mam'selle Jo. who wins her way by hard and bitter experience thru a slough of debts ,tio financial inde pendence. The child which she adopts is especially dear to her be cause of the indefinite suggestion of her father, whom Mam'selle Jo had loved in her own youth. A s the child grows tto fair woman hood she too domes face to face with the necessity for sacrifice. Unhes itatingly she gives up a career for the sake of her foster mother—and finds a great love as her reward. Mam'selle Jo i s played with rare /artistry by Rose Dtone, for a num ber of years one of the most promi nent actresses ton the French stage She give s a brilliant characteriza tion of ihis unusual woman of the St. Lawrence River country. Others in the cast are Pauline Starke as Donelle; Tullv Marshall, George M' Daniel, George Seigman, Will Jim Hatton, Jack Mower, Janies O. Bar rows, Jack Livingston,' Ruth King, Kate Toncray, Lillian, Rambeau, Jean 0'Rourk e and Ruth Ashby. It's an R->C Picture. LUTHERAN CHURCH (Firth) Sunday School at 10 a. m. Let us make an effort to have reg ular attendance. You are invited to our church to worship Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and also in the evening at 7:30. ►r J , J Splendid overcoats— wärm fleecy cloth—new colorings— conrect raglan model— belt all around— an especially stylish coat $ 18.50 Other coats—plain or fancy cloth loose or belted styles— these coats are full lined with wear resisting serge $ 18.50 • ROWLES-MACK CO GOOD CLOTHES FREE LECTURE AND FILM POSITIVELY NO CHARGE Remember the Place Isik Theatre, February 2nd 7:30 P. M. No Children Under 17 Years Will Be Admitted Dr. J^mes G. Greggerson considered by all one of America's ablest lecturers will deliver bis famous lecture— 'THE LAST WORD" At tlie Isis 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 tins treat and be sorry. A big sur prise in store for all who attend. Tell your friends. ' 8 —By Courtesy— DRS. FLODQÜIST & BROWN CHIROPRACTORS . Phones 551 and 776 HORSES LOST One 'buckskin filly, 3 years old, weighing 1200 pounds and 'branded .......................... on left shoulder. One bay filly, 2 years old, with spot in forehead, and branded .................................. on left thigh. One sorrel filly, one year old with 4 Wfiite feet and strip of white in forehead, branded onleft thigh. Horses last seen on Gray's Lake ouitlet. I will pay $5.00 each for th e recovery of these animals. C. H. Farnworth, Blackfoot, Route 3, phone 418-R-4. NOTICE. To the members of Golden Rule Lodge No. 24 I. O. O. F. of Black foot, Idaho. Notice Is hereby given that at a regular meeting of the Golden Rule Lodge No. 24 I. O. O. F. of Black foot, Idaho, to be held on Thursday, February 16. 1922, at 7.30 oclock, p. m. of said day, in the lodge room of said lodge, in Blackfoot, Idaho, a vote will be taken (by the members of said lodge upon the question whe ther or not the trustees thereof shall be authorized and empowered to ne gotiate a loan of $6,000.00, due five years from date and bearing inter est from date at the rate of 9 per cent per annum, interest to be pay able quarterly, and secure the siaime by a first mortgage on the real property of Golden Rule Lodge No. 24, I. O. O. F., of Blackfoot, Idaho, described a 8 follows: Situated in Blackfoot, Binghaim County, Idaho, commencing at a point on what is kniuwn as Bridge Street, on the west side of a certain alley running through block twen ty-nine (29) in the town lof Black foot, Idaho, running thenc® north erly on the wesit side of said alley one hundred and thirty (130) feet, thence north westerly thintiy-eeven (37) feet, thence southwesterly to Bridge Street one hundred and thir ty (130) feet, thence southeasterly on the north side of B.rldge Street, thirty-seven (37) feet to the place Of beginning, for the purpose of pay ing the existing indebtedness of said lodge. Dated this 26 th day of January, 1922. O. J. HALLBERG, (Seal) Noble Grand. F. W. PELKEY. J27 F3-10 3t Secretary. Commissioner Robert O. Jone« of the law enforcement department has appointed a great many special in spectors for the department to en force the motor vehicle laws of the State of Idaho. These inspectors have been chosen in every city or town and rural districts in the stiate and mean a protection to the motor ists when traveling over the high ways. Blackfoot has one and it would be well for the auto driver tio look over the motor vehicle laws of the state. NOTICE. There is at my farm, five miles northwest of Blackfoot, one stray black mare, 3 year 8 old and weigh ing 1100 pounds. N 0 brands. C H. Farnworth, Blackfoot, Route s' phone 418-R3. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. you are hereby notified that on and after January 26ith, 1922, I will not be responsible for any debts of my wife. CLARENCE ALTMAN. M 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.