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Bryan at 62 Hope» To See Earth Dry]
Observing hit 6 2nd birthday March.20th, in » speech commemo rating the birth of Neal Do w . founder of the prohibition move ment, William Jennings Bryan said he hopes to live to see the whole earth dry; This special pic ture was posed at Mr. Bryan's birth day dinner in New York. AUTOCAOTC* , .- FARM BUREAU NEWS. American _ Farm Bureau Federation to Give Daily Radio News to Farmers. A daily radio agricultural news service has been established thru the efforts of the American Farm Bureau Federation which wili func tion for the American Farm Bureau Federation, the Illinois Agricultural Asæciatlon, the National Livestock Producers Association and the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc. Each evening at 6:30 agricultural and market news from -these organizations and from the industry in general will be broadcasted to rural communities from Westinghouse dispatching sta tion in Chicago. Receiving sets are already bitag used by many county Farm Bureau organizations, and more and more individual farmers are Installing the equipment. The service will serve farmers as the stock tickers serve the brokers. $200,000 Saved to Minnesota Dairymen. Prompt action by organized far mers has saved the co-operative creameries of Minnesota more than 3200,000 this year by forestalling an increase in freight rates on dairy products, according to the Minne sota Farm Bureau Federation. The railroads proposed to make shippers of perishable products pay the cost of icing when shipments were in less than carload \ois. This extra expense would have increased the cost of marketing the state's dairy products by about 12 per cent. A hearing was held in Chicago before a group of railroad executives and such a strong case presented that the railroad committee has decided to abandon the proposed increase. New York Potato Growers Expand. An experienced organization man will be employed by the Empire State Potato Growers Co-operatjve Association to Ibuild up local asso ciations at various potato shipping points in New York. The duties af the organization expert will 'be to keep in constant touch with local associations already established, helping and strengthening them in every way posisble, and in develop ing new locals at shipping points. The Farm Bureau in the Capitol. The Senate ha s made an effort to provide funds for carrying out of the Federal Highway Act, providing farm-to-market roads, approved last November, by appropriating funds for this purpose. A two-hundred page report of the National Agricultural Conference called by President Harding, Jan uary 23-27, is now off the press and ready for distribution by Congress men. It contains ail of She addres ses given at the conference, the reso lutions, the committees and the per. soiuiel on the conference. On the ground that the charge appears to be unreasonable, Secre. fade -Jeta? «Ash -FA MAN DOESN'T THINK THE WORLD 13 GETTING BETTER, HE ISNT. — , n © V m > 3 6T\ _aprs>cnT iota no autocaste» jtev co tary of Agriculture Wallace has is sued an order effective last Mon day, suspending a proposed increase from $1.10 to $1.30 per bushel for corn fed to livestock at the Indian apolis stock yards. A hearing is set for April 17, to consider the pro posed new rate. W. G. Jamison, formerly presi dent of the Colorado State Farm Bu reau Federation and member of the Executive Committee of the Ameri can Farm Bureau Federation, has been spending some weeks in Wash ington, where he effectively present ed the viewpoint of the western far mer relative to transportation, fi nance and other problems Of great importance to agriculture. Mr. Jam ison attended the National Agricul tural Conference in Washington, January 23-27, upon the invitation of Secretary of Agriculture Henry C. Wallace. He remained there un til the middle of March as a mem ber of the advisory committee to the Congressional inquiry. He has rendered particularly effective ser vice. A number of members of the Sen ate and House, particularly the Committee on Agricultural and Mil itary Affairs, left Mardh 25 to study first hand the Muscle Shoals pro ject in connection with the offer to lease the dam if completed and op erate 'the nitrate plants, which was made iby Henry Ford and others. The question as so whether agri culture is to 'be represented along with financial, industrial and com mercial interests, with due regard to the geographic divisions of tlhe country, on the Federal Reserve Board belatedly occupied the atten tion of the House Banking and Cur rency Committee much qf last week when holding hearing on the bill Senate 2263. Secretary of Agricul ture, Henry C. Wallace, did not mince words in informing the com mittee that he thought it highly es sential that the farming industry be represented on the Board. Mr. Wallace stated: "When 1 speak of a representative of agriculture, I do not mean necessarily a farmer, but I do mean a farmer j minded man who knows the problems of farming and agriculture first hand, and who also has information regarding banking matters. The mere fact that there is such an opposition to the inclusion of a representative of agriculture to me seems to indicate the need for such representation on the board." The Interstate Commerce Com mission ha a Just completed tlhe hear ing and argument in the general in vestigation into the rates, fares and charges of carriers by railroad in the United States. Tn this hearing the American Farm Bureau Feder ation, through its General Counsel, presented the only evidence on be half of shippers which attempted to make a thorough analysis of both the financial condition of the carriers, and the factors which de termine a proper rate of return. It was shown that from 1890 to 1907 the net Income of the railroads trebled itselif. Gray Silver, Washington repre sentative of the American Farm Bu reau Federation, will continue to look after the interests of the fed eration in the nation's capitol. Mr. Silver recently tendered his resig nation which wag never officially presented to the Executive Cdmmit tee of the American Farm Bureau Federation, and Mr. Silver has been prevailed 1 upon to withdraw it and continue hi» duties in Washington. NOTICE OF ESTRAY SALE. Notice 1 b hereby given that I f the undersigned Sheriff of Bingham County, Idaho, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, at the farm of M. E. Guyman, about three mlle s west of Moreland, Idaho, on the 10th day of May, A. D„ 1922, at 11:00 A. M. of said day, the following described animals, to-wit: One Brown Horse, weight about 1000 lbs., wire cut on left front foot, branded CM on right thigh. A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. By D. P. BRILL, M30 A6-13-20 4t Deputy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice of Foreclosure Sale By Sheriff. Finley A. Bell, Plaintiff, vs. Isaac Sorensen and Alveretta Sorensen, husband and ■wife, M. M. Farmer. E. E. Farmer, H. G. Johnson and Mary G. Johnson, husband and wife, and D. W. Standrod & Company, a Corporation, Defendants. Under and by virtue of an Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, issued out of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District, County of Bingham. State of Idaho, on the 27th day of March, A. D., 1922, in the above entitled action, wherein Finley A. Bell, the above named plaintiff, obtained a Judg ment and Decree af Foreclosure and Sale against Isaac Sorensen and Al veretta Sorensen, husband and wife, M. M. Farmer, E. E. Farmer, H. G. Johnson and Mary G. Johnson, hus band and wife, and D. W. Standrod & Company, a corporation, defen dants. on the 18th day of March, A. D., 1922, for the sum of Eleven Hundred Fifty-Five and 13-100 ($1155.13) Dollars in United States gold coin, besides interest, costs and counsel fees, amounting to $170.60, which said decree was, on the 18th day of March, A. D., 1922, recorded in Judgment book 5 of said Court, at pages 108-110, I am commanded to sell that certain lot, piece or par cel of land, situate and lying in Bingham County, State of Idaho, and bounded and described as follows: East Fifty-four (54) feet of the Lots Eighteen (18), Nineteen (19) and Twenty (20) of Block Ten (10) in Shilling's Addition to Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho, according to the recorded plat thereof. Public notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 25th day of April, A. D., 1922, at Ten o'clock A. M. af that day, in front of the Court House door of the County of Bing ham, I will, In obedience to sal* or der of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said Judg ment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for gold coin of the United States. Dated March 28, 1922. A. H. SIMMONS, Sheriff. By D. P. BRILL, M31 A6-13-20 4t Deputy. ALIAASJ3UMM0NS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BINGHAM. Richard J. Schoenbein, Plaintiff vs Marie F. Schoenbein, Defendant. The state of Idaho sends greetings to Marie Schoenbein, the above named defendant. You are hereby notified that a complaint ha s been filed against you in the District Court oif the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Bingham by the above named plain tiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said com plaint within twenty days of the service of this summons if served within said Judicial District and within forty days if served else where. This action is brought to obtain a decree of this court dissolv ing the bonds oif matrimony existing between the plaintiff and you; and that all the real estate described in the complaint be awarded to plain tiff as hi e sole and seperate property It is alleged in the complaint as grounds for this action, tha: plain tiff and defendant inter-married on the 11th dav of May, 1918, and that, on the 15th day of July 1920 you disregarded the solemnity of your marriage vow, and wilfully and without cause deserted and abando ned said plaintiff, and ever jiace have and still continue to so desert and abandon said plaintiff, aii (o live Beperate and apart from him, without, any stiff i-ient cause or rea son, and against his will and with out his consent, and also since said date you, have been living and co haJbitlng with one John Dorman. All of which more fully appears from the said plaintiffs verified complaint on file herein to which reference lg heieby made. And yon are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time hero in specified, the plaintiff will take Judgement against yon as is prayed In said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court this 3rd day of March, 1923. 3. B. GOOD. T. M. FISHER Attorney for Plaintiff, Clerk Blackfoot, Idaho, Residence and P. O. Address. (SEAL) M.16-17-24-81 AT-14 ALIAS SUMMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF ID AHO. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BINGHAM. Enes Gonsale s Plaintiff v. Egale Gonsales. Defendant. The state of Idaho sends greet ings to Egale Gonsales, the above named defendant. You are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District o' the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Bingham by the above named plain tiff and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said com plaint within twenty days at the 1 I f 4 HW4 mmmmm "Nobody to Play With" F OLKS are naturally companionable. When your heart overflows with happiness you like someone to rejoice with you. Even "misery loves company." The most forlorn urchin in the world is the one who has nobody to play with. He can't be happy. All of us are continually surrounded by better thoughts and things. When we consistently over look them we are as badly off as the youngster who has to play alone. The business of bringing these thoughts and things to you is the service of advertising. It is the voice of the loom, the shop, the foundry, the labora tory—all the places where minds turn pleasant thoughts into worthwhile things for you. Do you read the advertisements in the paper? Do It. It's a Paying Habit * ****** I »HH ♦ ♦ 4 ♦♦♦ ! I »♦» mnuxttm service of this summons if served within said Judicial District and within forty days if served else where. This action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court dis solving the bonds of matrimony ex isting between the plaintiff and you and that plantiff be given the care and custody of your minor children. It 1 B alleged in the complaint as grounds for this action, that plain tiff and defendant lnter-marrled on the 8th day of April, 1902, and that on the 16th day of April, 1919, you dif.'cgarded the solemuity of yoût marriage vow, and wilfully and without cause, deserted and aban doned said plaintiff, and ever since have and still (continue to so desert and abandon said plaintiff and to liva seperate and apart from her, without any sufficient cause or reason, and against her will and without her consent. All of whloh more fully appears from the said plaintiff's verified complaint on file herein to which reference is hereby made. And you are further m. hetl tha' unless you go appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgement against you as is prayed in said comptant. Witness my hand and the seal cf said District Court, this 9th day of March, 1922. (Seal) J,E. GOOD, F. M. FISHER Attorney for Plalntlflf, Clerk Blackfoot, Idaho, Residence and P. O. Address, M. 10-17-24-31 A7-14 *************** ***** Ship By Track TRUCKS TRAMS BONDED WAREHOUSE Ganaral Mum White Transfer and Storage Co. Office aad Warehoase: Comer Broadway and Idaho. Office Phone 42 Res. 424 ** OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O GROVE CITY CIRCLE NO. 431 0 O NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT O O meets the second and fourth O O Thursday evening of each O O month, at K. P. Hall. Blackfoot, O O Idaho. O O Visiting Neighbors Weloome ® O MRS. FOREST BALES, O O Guardian Neighbor. O O MRS. E. C. STEPHENS, O O Clerk. O O O O o OOOO JJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII SALES! It is my business to sell your goods for more money. Farm, Live Stock, and all Auc tion Sales—none too big, none too small to receive my bast attention. W. D. PIERCE Lioenscd Auctioneer Phone 253 Blackfoot, Idaho fiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiHiiiiiHimiiit Fire Insurance, Beebe, Phona 129. DBS. FLODQUKT 4 BROWN Chiropractic BpwntrHsfa Honrs • to IS; 1 to SJO; Evenings end Sundays by Appointment Ledy Nurse in Constant At tendance Phone 551 Main Street Across from Depot. Over Otty We An in Business for Tort Health 00000000000000 0 Pioneer Camp No. 5230 0 O MODERN WOODMEN OF 0 O AMERICA O O Regular meeting nights, first O O and third Mondays, I. O. O. F. O O Hall. Visiting Neighbors Wei- O O come. O 0 0. J. Hallberg T. J. Johnson O O Consul Clerk O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Firs Insurance—J. H. Rarly. ARBOR DAY NOTICE. In accordance with Section 1048 qf the Idaho Code, I hereby desig nate April 21, 1922, to be known and observed throughout Bingham County a« Arbor Day. (Signed GRACE FAULCONER, County Superintendent, Bingham County, Idaho. M31 A6-13 3t MONKEY BUSINESS. There is no Monkey Business when wq repair your radiator. Our experience and knowledge of radia, tors eliminates "Monkey Business." We work with "Master Hands*)— we render service in its most sat isfying form. Nugent Metal Works. (iROVB CITY LODGE XO. S3 A. R A A. M. Meets the second and fourtl Wednesdays of each month Visitors Welcome I. O. O. F. Hall BLACKFOOT CHAPTER XC », n. A. M. Meets the first and third Frl days of each month. Vlaltnra Welcome I. O. O. F. Hall »IT. PUTNAM COMM AX'D EH Y K. T. XO. 12 Meets the second and fourth Frida of each month. I. O. O. F. Hall Vlaltora Weleoi WHY BE SICK •or ws GUARANTEE results or your MONEY BACK Bn. Whiiler & Whisler BACK BONE 8PBCIALI3TS Palace Drug Bldg. Phone 35S-J Limited to 40 Patients Dolly OOOOOOOOOOOOO ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA, 3068 Meeting Nights Second fourth Wednesdays of 1 __ Month, at Odd Fallows' Ball, Blackfoot, Idaho. Visiting Membon In» Jennie Roaeftsr, Clerk. J.