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OPENS AT BLACKFOOT No doubt the farmers of this vi cinity will be pleased to learn that the Bistline Company, who have been remodeling the old Sterling Hardware and Implement building on West Bridge street since Decem ber 1st, hâve now thrown opo n their doors to the public. This company comes to Blackfoot as a branch of the ^ell-known Bist line Lumber Company, who are pio neer Implement and Lumber dealers of Pocatello and therefore, we be lieve, nee4 no further recommenda tion. They are going to handle the Deering, McCormick, International and P. & O. lines of machinery. These old reliable lines have been j ; sold here in the past by two or three different firms and we are glad to know that we now have a com pany Who will stay here with us, co-operate with the farmers, and stand behind the goods they sell. J. R. SPRITZER. bu Dr. A. «gon will day morniji ty i g one erg for th vention. speaker, missionary years, he on mission: to hear hi we are ti speaker w Last Sunda; essary to In order t congregatlb Still largei| Sunday Y. P. U. meeting at Do your invite him of these BAPTIST CHURCH of He Petty, of Portland, Or |>ccupy the pulpit on Sun g at 11 o'clock. Dr. Pet the inspirational speak Northern Baptist Con is not only a popular it having been im foreign work for a number of speaks with authority up ary topics. Wei urge all In the evening also have an out-af-town will preach at 7:30. .y night it was again mec open up the lecture room accomodate the large a. We should have a attendance next Sunday, school at 10:00 a. m. B. at 6:30 and a Crusader 3 p. m. neighbor the kindness to to come with you to any leetings. E. O. BUTLER, Pastor. DIED IN POCATELLO. Mrs. Eliza Bingham died at the residence t f her daughte * in Poca tello, Tue^ay morning. The decea sed and her husband live! in Black foot for sevsrbl years bv* have lived in Pocatei -j for the last three years. Mrs. Bing] fiii i s survived by a hus band, and .nree daughter). Funeral services will be held fro m the Wapel o Ward Church. Thursday at 1 p. m. ,uid interment will be in the Basalt cemetery. Mrs. Ruth Ragan was in Pocatello om business, Saturday lagt. Ass pur eve THE BROWN-HART CO. ^y>^r?8d(7s<iri^ir^itr^r^vit>8?ira The dreg of Beautiful New Things for Spring sembled at this store are the .newest Spring fashions of surpassing beauty, 'chased by Mr. Tavey on his spring trip to market. Our offerings cover ry innovation of Springtime apparel. DRESSES _ f! For Women and Misses fascinating colors, the beautiful assortment of fabrics, all embodied in a is which is right lip to the minute in design. Prices come within the reach moderate pocket books. $ 12 . 50 , $ 15 . 00 , $ 17 . 50 , $ 22 . 50 , $ 25.00 SUITS Made from Novelty Materials The suits for spring are just a bit smarter than you had ever realized suits could be, is what you will say about these we are now showing. They are priced as low as $11.75, but you may pay more for a better one. COATS CoRts in smart sport styles in novelty materials are assured of the foremost plate. The colors are very pleasing, and you will like to wear them. $ 12.50 to NEW BLOUSES, NEW HATS Which will make your spring costume complete. NEW SILKS The spring silks are more colorful than ever and you will enjoy looking and planning your new afternoon or evening dress from this new assortment. SEE THESE NEW SPRINGTIME THINGS IN OUR WINDOWS jfoiaaaaaffiiiga TOOP TOURNEY MARCH 10-11. The annual Idaho state high school basketball tournament will be held this year March 10 and 11 at the U-uivertsity of Idaho, according to plans outlined by the Idaho State Interscholastic association. The state has been divided into six dis tricts. The four soubhern districts will meet in a local tourney at Po catello and select two teams to meet the two northern victors at Moscow. ,The double defeat system will be ,used in the championship tourna ment. METHODIST CHURCH On next Sunday morning the pas tor will continue the discussion of the subject to which the large con gregation. 3 of the past two Sunday's have been listening. Thi s week it will be Investments and Securities. The orchestra for the Sunday School is a winner and the sdhool grows. Plans are making for an Easter pageant. Watch for it. INFANT DIES. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Latham died at the resi dence on North Shilling Avenue om Saturday morning. Funeral services were held at the residence, Sunday, at 12:15, and burial was made in the Grove City cemetery. CALIFORNIA INVITES IDAHO. The University of Idaho basket ball five, leaders in the Pacific Coast conference, have been invited to meet the University of California team in a poist-season series at Berkeley, March 7 and 8. The Van dal coache s are not in favor of the California trip, considering the len gth of the season just 'completed. L. D. S. SERVICES First Ward—Sunday Schlool at 10:30 a. m., meeting 2 p. m. Mu tual, 7:30 p. m.—every Sunday. A one-day potato sdhool was held in Blackfoot on February 24th. About 150 farmers attended the school and all were well pleased with the helpful information re ceived. Potatoes showing the dif ferent diseases; potatoes that were not true to type, and good seed po tatoes were exhibited at the meet ing to illustrate the lecture given. A similar school was scheduled for Aberdeen on the 25th, but Mr. Bennett was unable to attend on ac count of illness. However, the County Agent took dharge of the meeting which was attended by ap proximately 125 farmers from the Aberdeen section. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Subject, Mam. Sunday. March, 5, 1922: Lew Rockwood of Shelley was in the city Tuesday. The case of John W. Casey vs j Stateof Idaho which wa s heard be fore a jury in the District Court the first of the week, on a charge of j assault with a deadly weapon. A j verdict in favor of Casey was re turned by She jury. 1 The young men of the Catholic I church entertained at a dancing party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neil F. Boyle. Monday evening. About twelve couples were present and a very pleasing time was bad by : all. Coffee and cake were served for refreshments, i__ The country residence of W. G. Humer burned to the ground Tues day morning about 10 o'clock. Three members of t'he family were sick in the house at the time but easily made their escape and a part of the household goods were carried to safety. E. L. Shattock and Fred Gus tafson of Idaho Falls and S. A. Judd of this city were appraisers for the Bingham County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company in which Mr. Homer has carried a policy since February 8th or about twenty days. $2700 was agreed on by the apprai sers. NOTICE OF THE TIME AND PLACE SET FOR HEARING THE PETI TION FOR THE PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR THE ISSUANCE OF LETTERS TESTAMENTARY THEREON. In the Probate Court of Bingbam County, State oif Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate of Sarah A. Peterson, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that a pe tition for the probate of the will of Sarah A. Peterson, deceased, and for the issuance of letters testamentary flhereon to Hans W. Peterson, has been filed in this Court, and that Friday the 17th day of Mardh, 1922, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the court room of said Court, in the said County and State, have been set as the time aind place for the hearing of the said petition, when and where any person inter ested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, if any tlhey have, why said petition should not be granted. Dated thi s 25th day of February, 1922. (Seal) J. E. GOOD, Probate Judge and Clerk oif said Court. M3-10-17 3t toi» In the 22,000 Homes served by the Idaho Power Company The service rendered by the Idaho Power Company is by no means limited to generating electric current and transmitting it to farms, indus tries and homes. Our electrical merchandise department makes possible the fullest use of that current in the home by placing time and labor-sav ing appliances within the easy reach of all. The luxuries of yesterday have become the necessities of today. We are pleased to announce a further demonstration of our merchan dise department's service by offering r lJle ßmous HOOVER Shction Sweeper Special Offer for the month of fïïlarch Only Balance in Easy Monthly Payments The offering of a high-grade sweeper for so low a cash payment has been equalled but seldom. We recommend the Hoover because it com bines the three essentials of thorough cleaning — BEATING, SWEEP ING and AIR SUCTION. It gets the three kinds of dirt out of your rugs at the sajne time. The strong air suction gets the surface dirt—the electrically driven brush gets the clinging litter and destructive, embed ded grit. No other cleaning machine gets ALL of the dirt out of your n Beats as it Sweeps as if Cleans rugs. We Will Gladly Demonstrate the Hoover in Your Home, on Your Own Rugs or in this office ELECTRIC SHOP IDAHO POWER COMPANY NOTICE. POULTRY RAISERS. Poultry that is bothered with lice, mites, housed in dark, unclean quar ters, can not give the owners 'tlhe re turns they should get as poultry breeders. Lice, mites and scaly leg mites can be controlled by the use of prop er methods. To control mites, first support the roastis, which should be all tlhe same height ifrom tlhe ground, and not orne 'aibove the other; so that the roosts do not touch the side walls. This can be easily and cheaply done by using blocks of wood to support the stringers on whi|dhl the roost s rest. Roosts should 'he covered with kero sene once every two weeks, also the support roosts should be detachable, 2x2 In'cih material or 2x4 material, laid so that 'birds roost on two-inch surface, inound poles about two in cheiä through are also good. Allow 8 inches per bird and place roosts 15 inches apart. To rid poultry of lice use sodium flouride, which can be purchased at any drug store. One pound is suffi cient to treat approximately 125 birds. Sodium flouride acts as a stomach poisou to all types of lice. Catch all birds, duist under wings, and at vent and fluff with a gener ous pinch of powder. Scales on legs are caused by small miles. Catch each bird effected, brush or swab the legis and feet witlh kerosene. Long toe claws, also bally claws should be corrected. Prune the claws with a knife and hammer, cut so that the edge cut la flat witlh the ground. The birds that cannot Scratdh well are generally poor eat ers. Long claws, unless the feet are deformed, usually indicate a lazy h.en, and a poor layer. Dark poultry houseis can be light ed up and kept clean by a good layer of whitewash once of twice a year, For spraying poultry houses the following formula is cheap and sat isfactory: Whitewash, 5 quantis, Kreso Dip, 1 pint, Kerosine, 1 pint. Mix and dilute in equal parts of warm water and apply thoroughly with spray pump. —Contributed by B. H. S. Students. The Bay View Club met Thursday at the hone of Mrs. Roberr Cregg The Charity dance given in the,at American Legion hall, by the King's Daughters was not only a financial suoce&s, but was one of the season's most delightful social affairs. The hall was filled to capacity with a crowd that thoroughly enjoyed it self. I I I D.W. GRIFFITH ) resents WAY DOWN EAST Based on Wm A Brady's famous Play by Lottie Dlair Parker ana Jos ft Gnsmer \ ,7 |t*« a «impie «tory of plain folks— tike greatest of all Griffith plays— Ï * ncommonly well done and with reath-taking effect. Every audience has set spellbound through the un folding of this great pro duction. love, its ff ith its humaneness and its Jjtory of 'unusual jpT thrills and Jppthos, it stands in the : spec p ic - V 4 ) fc#* all I carries out • tory quite ipeea any cast st ever appeared« thi* piece on the] «peaking stage. COMING to the ISIS Soon WATCH FOR DATES that place Miss Lila Liljenquist returned j from Salt Like Friday. She »pent the last week visiting with friends ! FOR SALE—Team of Black Geld ings, six and seven years old, weight 3150. See W. H. Jackson, route No. il. M3-10 pd Fire Insurance—J. H. Early. Tuesday evening the K. of P. lodge met in regular session, and plans were discussed for a team from here to go to Pocatello next week. WANTED—300 head of live stock for pasturing this spring. Cattle $5.00, Horses $8.00 for th« sea son. Write what you have. Smith & Keller, Box 67. Taber, Idaho.