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EASTER SUIT SALE
We are giving a Discount of 15 Percent on All Suits From now until Easter. These suits at regular price, considering quality, are the greatest bargains you have seen in years; all new merchandise • this spring. We are also running a special on all Tailor-made suits, giving an extra pair of pants free until Easter. TOGGERY Blackfoot Idaho oooooooooooooooo O o ° GROVELAND O o o oooooooooooooooo ---- ■ j Calvin Reynolds and bride have ! returned from their wedding tour in ! Cache Valley, where they had a most enjoyable time. April 14th, the Parent-Teachers' Association will give a box party. Everybody is invited, and a large at tendance is desired. The party will be held in the Ward Hall. ' Mrs. Van Seters has been quite sick, but at the present writing is j slowly recovering. After spending three weeks in Salt Lake City, Mr s . William Chason has returned (home, having had a very pleasant visit. The Relief Society convened on Thursday at 2 o'clock, Counselor Mary Hale presiding. Singing, "Love at Home;" minutes of last meeting read by Secretary Elsie Johnson; singing, "Father Thy Children to Thee Now Raise;" cur rent events, Elizabeth Oleson; les son on "Home," Elsie Johnson; singing, "Dear to the Heart of the Shepherd;" benediction, Hannah Howard. After meeting a social was held and delicious refreshments served. Mrs. Croudh, of Moreland, is vis iting her daughter, Mrs. William Lindsey. Miss Sarah Yancey came from Po catello Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Alice Yancey, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Hansen, formerly of Groveland, have leased their place in Canada, and moved to Salt Lake, where tney have engag ed in the chicken business Thomaa White, who faithfully served at president of Y. M. I. A., with his family, were given a fare well party Tuesday night, as they will soon move to Layton, Utah. Program, games and dancing were the order of the evening. The pro gram was as follows: Vocal Solo, John Hidkenlooper; recitation, Dan iel Oleson; recitation, Lucille Ole son; vocal solo, Cora Jones; vocal solo, Delta Mangum; speeches by Bishop Bowker and Thomas White. The hall was filled to its capacity, and both old and young took part in the games and) dancing. A farewell party was given Owen Hale, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hale, Friday night. Owen leaves Ihere Monday to fill a mission In the Western States. The program was as follows: Singing, "High on the Mountain Tops;" Invocation, Ernest Hale; «singing, "Sunishine in My Soul;" comic recitation, Melvin Bar. rus; vocal solo, Cora Jones; comic recitation. Joseph Jensen; piano solo, Leona Jensen; vocal solo. Delta Mangum; music, cello and violin, Hammond Brothers from Blackfoot, accompanied Iby Mrs. Packham; re marks by Bishop Bowker and Owen , Hale, followed by a dance, in which . a large party participated. | Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Bergeson and i daughter, Ruby, attended the con-| cert at the Tabernacle Friday even ing, directed bv Edward Cox of Po catello. Mr. Cox is their son-in law. > Mrs. Ida Barrus will attend con ference in Salt Lake City next week and go from there to Grantsville to visit her mother, wtho is 83 years old. Mrs. Edgar Manson will attend conference in Salt Lake, and be there for the New Zealand reunion. Mr. and Mrs- Mason came here from New Zealand. Mr. and Mrs. Ras Christensen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen last week. Alonzo Fullmer has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. James Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lindsey were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lindsey. Sunday. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Ny gard entertained at dinner: Mrs. P. T. Petersen, of Minnville, Oregon. Those present were: Mrs. L. E. Speaker, Mr. an.l Tirs. H. P. Cur's tensen. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nygard, Mr. and Mrs. Ras Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. S. Thomsen, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hansen called at the Grover Nygard home day. ion-1 Mrs. Victor Hampton visited Mrs. John McKie on Monday. Mrs. James Larsen visited Wed-, nesday and Friday with her sister, Mrs. Lynn Hansen. Mrs. Nels Johnson ha s returned from the Blackfoot hospital, after being operated on. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nelson visited her father and mother, M'\ and Mrs. C. Nygard, Tuesday. Mrs. Lorin Beck was a guest on Wednesday of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Arta Beasley. Mrs. Victor Hampton .spent Thurs day with Mrs. A. G. Hampton. Word has been received from Jackson Warren, who left for Kan sas on account ok Mrs. Warren's health, that ?he is much better, and they are contemplating selling their farm here. John Larsen is staying with his father and mother for a few days. Alvin Hansen, brother of Mrs. Al fred Llndisey, will remain with her through* the summer. Wallace Lindsey is pulling out part of the orchard on the McCart ney place. The Primary Association will give a dance on Friday night. Refresh ments will be served. A large at tendance Is desired. Fast meeting convened at two o'clock. Singing, "I'll Praise My Maker While I've Breath;" Invoca tion, Orson Manwaring; singing, "Arise O Glorious Zion;" Jessie Ma son's and Alfred Lindsey's babies were blessed. Talks were Ifrom mis sionaries Melvin Barrus, Alfred Ber geson and Owen Hale; vocal duet, Harold Hlckenlooper and Wallace Packham; Benediction, by Charles Packham. oooooooooooo o O o o oooooooooooooo LOWER PRESTO Real spring seems to have arrived at last, and with it the rush of get ting the land ready for the crops, and as tlhe farmers get to work again after the long winter selge, a feeling of optimism seems to have taken hold and the world does not seem nearly as dark as it did before. Just the mere fact that they are be ginning work for a new crop yet to be raised seems to have had a .beneficial effect upon the morale of the entire community, and if the business man will meet the farmer some place near half way everyone seems to feel that the period of hard times and depression will soon be only a bad dream of the past. Peter Kalferd and family have been busy the past week sorting and ^sacking potatoes- He will haul them to Firth some time during the present week. He expects to have about two car-loads to dispose of. Mr. and Mrs. William Mackie were visitors at the M. A. Jensen home several days the fore part of the week. Mr. Mackie is intending to aid his father again this year in taking care of the farming opera tions upon the home place. The Olerains have been aiding p e t er Bartau/ky haul potatoes to pjrth, taking several loads over o.n Monday and Tuesday, Mrs. J. H. Carson, of Kimball, was a Preeto visitor on Tuesday. , j j I ! j Eddie Kalferd is working at the Feed Yard in Blackfoot, as he has decided to try working out for the season. William Pratt was a business vis itor in Firth on Tuesday. The Mackie and Thompson bro thers, known, as the Sand Hill Crane Orchestra, gave a dance at the Idle wild hall in Firth on Thursday ev ening. The boys have been furnish ing music for most all the parties during the past winter, and make music that the feet want to be on the move. John Pratt took a four-horse load oif potatoes to Wapello Potato Grow ers' warehouse on Thursday. Jack Jensen made a trip to Firth on a shopping tour on Thursday. Tony and Adolph Bartausky have been busy during the past week sorting ami sacking potatoes, and are expecting to market them at Firth in the near future. Little Alvira Teeples, daughter of John Teeples, who has been ill, Is well on the way to recovery. -Ralph Higloy has been unable to attend school the past week on ac count of nervous disorder. It is hoped that with proper care he will be able to be with his schoolmates ! again. William Mackie was a caller the G. O. Jensen on Monday, , Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson spent 1 the week-end at the home of the parents of Mrs. Wilson, at the W. o O o o a a E. Hall randh. James and Fred Mackie were busi ness visitors in Firth on Wednes day'. j Eno h Hansen, of the Upper Pres ! to district, was a caller at the Tony Bartausky home on Wednesday, where he purchased the remainder of the hay which Mr. Bartausky had for sale. j Chris Jensen was a caller at the Jack Jensen home on Thursday. Mr. Jensen has been scouring the . neighborhood for liry with which to . feed his sheep, but has been unable I to locate any. so he will move his ; herd across the Blackfoot river, . where he has leased several fields j for a short time, until he can move them out on the range for the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. William Mackie were I visitor^ in Blackfoot on Friday. J Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jensen at ! tended the married folks party at , Wapello on Friday evening. They : report having had a very enjoyable evening. A program was followed ; by a luncheonette supper and danc i Ing. J. A. Vaughn motored out to his ! ranch here from Blackfoot on Fri , day. j Jacob Stutznegger made a trip to j Idaho Falls on Saturday, where he interviewed Bowen Curley conoern I ing work which Mr. Curley is ex ! pecting to have done on the places j which he owns here. R. D. Hughes spent Saturday hauling potatoes to Firth. Fred Twitchell is in the hospital at Shelley, where he may have to undergo an operation for appendi citis. Aaron Smith, who i ß working for Rufus Reid, was a caller at the M. A. Jensen and Frank Phillips homes on Friday evening. James Pratt was a caller at the G. O. Jensen home on Friday, aifter which he made a trip to Firth. Many of the farmers are scouring the country, looking for a few tons of hay to use as feed while putting in crops, tlhe strenuous winter we have had making many run short. Joseph Hall was a Firth visitor on Saturday, where he met the train on which George Wilson came down from Lima, Montana. William and W. E. Hall were cal lers at the Frank Pratt home on Sunday. Chris Petersen and family were visitors at the M. A. Jensen, home on Sunday. Peter Kalferd was a business vis itor in Firth on Monday. Lower Presto bas at least one thing to be thankful ifor, and that Is that almost all the roads In neigh borhood are nice and dçy, while roads in other places are almost Im passible with the mud. Mrs. Chris Petersen, spent several days the fore part of the week at the Teeples home in Goghen. Peter Bartausky is intending to rent about fifteen acre» from Wil liam Pratt on which to raise pota toes. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Jensen, 1 were Blackfoot shopper on Saturday. Is is OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o FIRTH ° O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Mr. and Mrs. Pearson, of Black foot, were visitors at the Manion home on Wednesday. Mru. W. Reumpke left for Lima Tuesday night, where she will spend the summer on their ranch. Leo Gushwa, Glenn Pence and Or ton Andrus, were business visitors at Idaho Falls, Wednesday. Mrs. Emma Taylor spent Tuesday with friends and relative^ Ini Black foot. Mrs. Geo. Wilson: has been absent from school Ifor a few clays or. ac count of Illness. Mr. A. Dye has been substituting. Ed. Manion and M. Farmer at tended the meetipg of the Rod and Gun Club at Blackfoot, Thursday. The Child's Welfare Club met at the home of Mrs. Fern Ramsen on Thursday afternoon-. Mns. R. F. Wilkie and Mrs. Jean Wernette, were shopping in Black foot, Friday. Bert McCurdy went to Idaho Falls to attend the Truck Drivers meet ing. Mrs. Grace Faulconer, County Superintendent of Scnools, and Miss Blanche Sniper, of Blackfoot, were in Firth Friday, the latter visiting Mrs. W. H. Shirley while here. The chapel exercises were given by the Juniors Friday. The vocal solo given by Mrs. DoroOhy Dye was much appreciated by the visitors and student body. Glenn Pence was in Shelley on business, Saturday. Rev. A. L. Peterson returned from Moore, Idaho, Thursday, after spend ing a couple of days there. Mrs. M. D. Andru s spent the, week end visiting at Pocatello. Mrs. Ira Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Fletch Taylor, visited at the Elmer Taylor home in Firth, Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Williams, of Low er Presto, visited friends in Firth, Sunday. The excavation work on the Firth High School building was started on Monday. The Anderson brothers, of Blackfoot, have the contract. Harry Shojhberg returned to -hool after a prolonged absence on account of inflamatory rheumatism. Mrs. N. A. Just, n,f Presto, was a Firth visitor, Thursday. H. K. Williams and wife, of Low er Presto, were shopping in Firth on Thursday. Ri herd Wilkie and family drove ! to Shelley, Sunday Regal Shoes - i v.-s* Gordon Caps rÆÏsÇf -v ■ b S, . \ ' « j iif! if, ; 4 > : • Si»,.:-lu» Clothes Best Ever Boys' Clothes Styleplus for Easter I . You know Styleplus clothes as the clothes of medium price—stylish, all wool, guaranteed— hence good Easter Clothes, and always. Just now at the very beginning of the Spring season we show a nice line of Men's and Young Men's Styleplus Suits at $ 25 , $ 30 , $35 America's known value at medium price. Particularly now, when your thoughts center on making your money buy its very utmost, the splendid Styleplus quality and moderate price should have claim on your consideration. And coming just when you are on the verge of getting your new Eas ter Suit, the unusual attractiveness of Styleplus should turn your in tentions into actions. Have us fit you for the season ahead—in Style plus. Kinney ] Mercantile Co. J t 'A I. O. O. F. Building Uways Reliable" Blackfoot, Idaho Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gushwa were in Blackfoot, Thursday. The "toot, toot" being heard around Firth neighborhood recently hag disclosed the fact that a band is being organized, of fifteen pieces. Miss Hazel Vickery lias accepted a position clerk in the post of fice. oooooooooocoooc O O ° CENTERVILLE Q o o ooooooooooooooo Mrs. Hannah Thompson, of Nam pa, Idaho, returned to her home on Sunday, after a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. Lou Killion. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arvish are now at home to their many friends. They have moved onto one of Mr. Augustine's ranches. The Schaffer girls and Margue rite Hughes spent Sunday with Beryl Stennett. Edna Fay spent Sunday and Mon day with Mrs. Will Brown. Ethel Walton visited with Ger aldine Deardorff Sunday. Mrs. Sorensen, of Salt Lake, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Lou Killion, for an indefinite time. Mr. Wilde has moved his family onto Leonard Lowe's place. O STATEMENT OF THE OWNER SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCU LATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912, Of the Bingham County News, published weekly at Blackfoot, Ida ho, for Apri 1, 1922. STATE OF IDAHO, County of Bingham, ss. Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared R. N. Ludi, who, having been duly sworn according to law. depose« and says that he is the Publisher of the Bingham County News and that the following is, to the best o,f his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Reg ulations, to-wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher, R. N. Ludi, Blackfoot, Idaho. Editor, R. N. Ludi, Blackfoot, Ida ho. Managing Editor, R. N. Ludi, Blackfoot, Idaho. Business Managers, R. N. Ludi, Blackfoot, Idaho. 2. That the owners are: R. N. l.iiili, Blackfoot, Idaho. 3. That the known bondholde mortgagees, and other security ho er s owning or holding 1 per cent more of total amount of bonds, mo gages, or other securities are: W. Parkhurst, Boise, Idaho. R. N. LUDI, Publisher. Sworn to and subscribed befc me this 1st day of April, 1922. JOHN H. EARLY, f Seal ) Notary Publii My commission expires March 1923. FRIENDS. Don't argue over trifles. What's the odds whether Rover died on Fri day or Saturday? Don't pry into people's business. It isn't any picnic o|f yours where the preacher's wife got her new dress or how much Mrs. Sparks paid for her new davenette or why Mr. Green calls at the hank so often. Don't be a pack-horse for gossip. If Chat bit of scandal is true why stir it about and keep the stench in public nostrils? And If It isn't true—well, you ought to be shot foi repeating it. Don't be too "sot" in your reli gious belief. If you ever get to Heaven you'll be plum surprised to see t lot oif people who never even saw the inside of your church.— Farm Life.