f LOCAL I
Fire Insurance—J. fl. Early.
Miss Delia Asborn spent
Hudson and Essex.
R. N. Kunz of Arco was in Black
foot on business Friday.
L. Kaston of Salt Lake was a busi
ness visitor here Friday.
T. L. McDaniels of Salt Lake is a
Blackfoot visitor this week.
Guy McGee of Boise was a Black
foot business visitor, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith returned
Friday for a visit in Oregon.
Miss Lila Linjenquist spent Sun
day in Pocatello with relatives.
N. A. Stone left Monday for a two
week's outing at Frazer's dam.
Miss Molly Porter, of Idaho Falls,
was a Blackfoot visitor, Sunday.
Earl Thomas, of Boston, is the
guest of Miss Pearl Quantrell.
V. H. Barrer and family left Sun
day for a week's outing at Lost River.
Health & Accident
Beebe, phone 120.
Pierre Pelkey and Allen Hess are
spending a few days at Lava Hot
Mr| W. F. Thomas spent Friday at
Shelley attending to business matt
Robert Boyd of Pocatello passed
thru Blackfoot Thursday enroute to
Glenn Wright and Noble Brohon, of
Hailey, are spending a few days in
Ervin Carter, George Marshall and
Mr. Terrel, of Pocatello, spent Sun
day in Blackfoot.
Ray Stephens and Arvene Boyle at
tended the base ball game at Poca
Hudson Super-Six 4-paseenger
speedster. $1975 here. Cord tires.
(Ml Beebe. 120.
Annis Hopkins is spending the '
week in St Anthony with friends
Forrest Kennedy of Salt Lake City
is visiting his parents in Blackfoot
for a few days.
Essex Touring, $1295, f. o. b.
Blackfoot. Cord tlrw. Call Bcube.
Max Brill, of Pocatello, spent a few
days the first of the week in Black
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Simmons and
Miss Anna Burgraff motored to Po
catello Friday svsaiag.
Dr. R. T. Merrill, of Logan, passed
through Blackfoot Saturday, enroute
to Idaho Falls.
Mrs. Dr. Henderson and son of
Nampa visited in Blackfoot Monday
enroute to Denver.
L. M. Capps, A. Whitten, Alex
Younie, were in Idaho Falls on busi
Miss Genevieve Just of Idaho Falls
spent the Fourth with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Just. -
Paul Demourdaunt returned Thur
sday after spending a few days in
Butte visiting with relatives.
Charles Hart Sr., of Salmon is
spending a few days in this city vis
King friends and relatives.
Verl Benzlev of Pocatello spent thé
week end in Blackfoot with his par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Benzlev.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stanley and
daughter Myrtle left Saturday for a
trip through Yellowstone Park.
Mrs. Lee Dygart and family of
Grand Rapids. Michigan are visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe La Cour.
I. P. Noyer and family came in
from Springfield Monday to spend
the fourth of July In Blackfoot.
R. W Adair and Earl Weaver went
to Salt Lake Saturday- where- Mr
Adair purchased a Nash coach.
Essex Coach. Closed car comfort,
$1575 here. Only $280 above open
ear. Call Beeihe. 120.
Mrs. May Gregory and two daugh
ters arrived from Rexbnrg Friday to
visit her sister Mrs. Lydia Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norton leave
Friday for a two weeks outing at Se
attle and other points on the coast,
Miss Miriam Pearson and Miss El
sie Potter of Pocatello are spending
the week with Mise Florence Dore.
Pire Insurance, Beebe, Phone 120
A bargain in a house, see page 1.
James Just of Urtsto was a Biack
Archie Kennedy of Dubois spent
tlle Fourtl1 in Blackfoot.
Fire Insurance, B
eebe. Phone 120.
Mr. and Mrs. aldwell returned to
their home in Los Angeles after be<
ing the guests of Mips Hymas for the
Miss Theora Jordan and Edgar
Farrél both of Idaho Falls were mar
ried by Probate Judge Good Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Lev
daughter are spending a few
with Mrs. Ash's pare
E. N. Bingham.
nts Mr. and Mrs
Senator L. R. Thomas returned
from American Falls, where he has
been the pnat week attending to bus
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christensen
returned to their holne in Salt Lake
City, after spending several days at
the Henry Dunn home.
Mrs. Fred Hansftn left Sunday
morning for Yellowston Park, where
she will join her husband and spend
Cecil Clarke and family and F. M.
Seeger and family
day from an outing
Margaret Jones, d>f Pocatello, is
spending a few days in Blackfoot
with her parents, Mr
in the Henry's
and Mrs. T. R.
Lucile Park returned Wednesday
to Rexbnrg, after spending the 4th
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martin and Mr.
and Mrs. F. Berryman and son Wal
ter left for Teton Basin where they
will spend the Fourth.
Those assisting the hostess were:
Mrs. E. A. Johnson.! Mrs. Howard
Henderson, Mrs. E. W. Enlow, Miss
Ryan and Mrs. James Ryan.
The regular meeting of Troop 4
was held Wednesday pf this week in
stead of Monday, on account of pre
paration for the Fourth of July.
The Misses Kelda and Karma Vau
ghan returned Monday from Ogden
where they have spent the past few
.weeks visiting their grandmother.
Marriage license was issued to
Miss Susie Shelman and R. R. Stew
art both of this citjj. The wedding
took place at the home of the groom.
Mrs. Grace M. Stevens and son
Sprague, L. G. Dowhey, Mrs. C. A
Merriman and Elizabeth Merriman
spent the week end at Heise Hot
We aore in the market for first class
Farm Loans. J. H. Early. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinney and
daughter Susan Elizabeth, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Stone and son Ferrill, and
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Dunlap left for a
two weeks outing at Antelope.
The Misses Lucile and Alice Sny
der, accompanied by Miss Ziona
Haight, of Oakley, are spending the
fourth with Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Sny
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chubbuck re
ceived word Thursdaf of the arrival
of a daughter at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Thompson. Mrs. Thomp
son was formerly Marian Chubbuck
of this city.
Miss Winnefred Bjethan returned
from Ann Arbor Michigan where she
has been attending the University of
j Michigan, to spend the summer with
her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. H. Bei
Friday evening about thirty men
passed through Blackfoot from Idaho
Falls enroute to Pocatello for guards
j for the property at Pocatello when
the strikers went out
Mr. and Mrs. John Oster returned
from Yellowstone Park and are
spending a few days at the Burgraff
home before returning to their home
in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
; Earl J. Kirkpatrick arrived In
i Blackfoot Friday from Montrose, Col.
1 and will take his family to Montrose
where he is a law clerk In the land
■ office. Mr. Kirkpatrick was In the
| local land office but was transferred
! to Montrose.
J. H. Falk, of Beatjle. Kansas, took
j over the Pearson and Company Gro
! eery Store Monday morning. Mr.
land Mrs. B. I,. Eakln who have for
j merly had the store are leaving for
San Francisco where they will make
A delightful patriotic program was
given hv the Second Ward last even
ing. Vocal solos were given by Lucy
Jenks and Fern Smith: readings by
I Alta Call and J. S McClellan, and
j the program was concluded by an
address by the Hon Peter G. John
Fire Insurance—J, H. Early.
Walter Young, of Idaho Falls, spent
the Fourth in Blackfoot.
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Bills motored
to Idaho Falls Tuesday.
Robert Peterson spent Monday in
Idaho Falls on business.
Elmy Ashton, of Salt Lake, spent
the Fourth in Blackfoot/
Mrs. C. E. Cole, of Idaho Falls,
spent Tuesday in Blackfoot.
Katie Patterson, of Shelley, was a
Blackfoot visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bitton, of Poca
tello, spent the Fourth in Blackfoot.
Thomas Vaughan and wife, of Shel
ley, were Blackfoot visitors Tuesday
Whilden Kinney, of Pocatello, spent
Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Frank
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Mackey left
Tuesday for a month's vacation on
Miss Albine Van Ruth, of Poca
tello, is the guest at the Cowan home
for a few days.
Mrs. L. A. Hansen, of Pocatello, is
the guest Qf Mrs. Fred Hale for a
few days this week.
Miss Floy Clay, of Idaho Falls,
spent the Fourth with friends in
W. D. Oliver of the Live Stock
Company in Dillon, was in Black
W. J. Greer, of the International
Harvester Co., of Idaho Falls, was in
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brown, of
Idaho Falls, spent the Fourth in
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kennedy, of
Idaho Falls, spent the Fourth In
Little Miss Muriel Feldstead, of
Preston, Idaho, spent the Fourth
with Iola Babcock.
Frank DeKay, Jr., of Salmon, Is
In Blackfoot for a few days, visiting
relatives and friends.
Glenn Wright, Nobl« Brohon, Lynn
and Stanford Babcock, motored to
Idaho Falls Monday evening.
Mrs. F. J. Stone returned Satur
day, after a several weeks' visit in
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Mrs. J. Liljenquist, of Pocatello,
has been spending a few days in
Blackfoot with her daughter, Lila.
A number of Blackfoot people en
joyed Indian Springs, Sunday, among
them were, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Seeg
er and daughter Loraine. Judge An
derson and family, M. M. Farmer and
family and Frank Farmer, Dr. and
Mrs. Simmons, Marie and Anna Bur
graff. Jack Tippon and L. O. John
Mrs. S. W. Wilson, Mrs. Neil Boyle
and Mrs. L. C. Collins returned Fri
day from the P. E. O. Convention in
Boise, at which Mrs. Wilson presided
as state president. The ladies re
port a most delightful time at the
convention. The past presidents
club was formed and Mrs. Wilson is
a member. Mrs. Laura Doe of Burley
who has many friends in Blackfoot
was elected state president and Mrs.
Manning president of the Chapter K.
of Pocatello was elected second vice
president of the state organization.
Fire Insurance Beebe, Phone 120.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson and Mrs. T.
Mays entertained at a bridge tea at
the home of Mrs. Johnson on North
Shilling avenue honoring Mrs. Fran
klin Martin of Boise. The guests
were received by little Miss Jane
Martin and Miss Jane Mays assisted
by Miss Ida Mays. There were eight
tables of auction bridge. The house
was beautifully decorated with roses
cactus and sardox. The yellow cac
tus was 'arranged most artistically
in yellow vases. Favors were awar
ded to Mrs. Martin the guest of hon
or and Mrs. J. H. Early for high
score. A delicious two-course lunch
eon was served.
Many men give less attention to
the selection of their life insurance
estates and their distribution than
they do to their socks, ties or cigar
ettes and when it is too late find it
Merciless investigation leads abso
lutely to Beebe' life company so whv
not get the benefit of 78 years of
leadership.—Phone 120. adv.
Dr. R. N. Jackson will leave about
the 21st of July for Laclede, Idaho,
where he will take charge of a large
hospital. He also has a contract with
the A. C. White Lumber Co., for the
earing of their patients. The many
friends of Dr. Jackson are sorry to
hear of his leaving Blackfoot. where
he has made many friends with
those who have come In contact with
him. The change will put the doctor
within fourteen miles of his old home
where no doubt he will receive a hap
py welcome back to his old stamp
I will bond you.
MEN S, WOMEN S AND CHILDREN'S
ut 100 pair Women's
ps and Oxfords, black
brown Kid, Suede
Canvas. Saturday only
Values to $10.00
$3.85 and $5.85
Get yours now
All Children's Slippers to Clean-up at Very Low Prices
All Summer Shoes must be Cleaned up now. Don't wait but cqme now
BEACHY SHOE COJ
L. B. Dore h
as purchased a Dodge
W. C. Allen
Sunday in Pocatello.
3en spent Sunday in
and H. Giles spent
Forest Kennedy of Salt Lake, spent
the Fourth in Blackfoot.
Blackfoot for t
of Pocatello, was in
Kutnewsky and baby
fron» California Mon
the Fourth in B
m, of Rexburg, spent
lackfoot with his par
Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Lyon returned
an auto trip in Colo
Mrs. E. Officer and Mrs. George
Stoneman spent Tuesday in Idaho
Mrs. Marvin Foster will leave soon
for a visit with her mother in San
David J. Wilson, prosecuting attor
ney of Ogden, Vas a business visitor
Miss Norma Parkinson, of Rex
burg, has been spending the past few
days in Blackfoot.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bills returned
Saturday from an extended tour in
Colorado and New Mexico.
Mrs. L. R. Thomas and daughter,
Glenona, and Mrs. Charles Kiefer,
motored to Idaho Falls Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Caldwell spent
Sunday In Blackfoot, before leaving
for the Teton peak country.
Cecil Wright resumed his duties at
the Post OfTice! after a two weeks'
vacation in the Lost River country.
Superintendent Harriet C. Wood
and Miss Genevieve Duke, of St. An
thony, motored through Blackfoot
Wednesday, enrout^, to Albion.
The patients of the Blackfoot In
sane Asylum enjoyed a picnic on the
lawn Tuesday âfternoon. Ice cream,
cake, candy and nuts were served.
Mrs. Ernest Ipenson, who has been
spending the past few months in
Pasadena. California, returned to
Blackfoot Tuesday for a short visit
with friends and relatives.
Lucile and iJoraine Snvder, Doro- i
thy Cobbley, Ziona Haight, Leslie j
Stone, Rich J ohnston and Sydney ;
Parkinson, motored to Idaho Falls
Merrill, of Fra
guests of tlielr
lall and Mrs. J. H.
aklln. Idaho, are the
son and brother. Geo.
T. Marshall. They all expect to leave I
Friday for a trip through Yellow- i
stone Park. ! ' I
Claude Briggl the little nine-year- i
old son of Ephriam Briggs, was ser- I
iously injured Tuesday while racing !
his horse near his home. The horse !
fell ana the little boy was knocked
Miss Ruth Chapman entertained at
a slumber party Friday evening, hon
oring the Misse]* Miriam Pearson and
Elsie Potter, of Pocatello. Those
present were, the Misses Marie and
Florence Dore. Miss Alice Chubbuck.
the guests of honor and the hostess.
Dr. A. H. McFarland, President of
the Eastern Idaho Osteopathic Asso
ciation. left last evening to attend the
National Osteopath Convention being
held at Los Angeles this coming
week. This premises to be the big
gest convention that the Osteopaths
have ever held, and the program In
cludes the best and biggest men 1n
the professional world today. Dr. ex
pects to return July 10th, filled with
new and advanced Ideas and psp.
SALE—5-room House, see
Miss Virginia Pierce left Thursday
for an extended visit in California.
Mrs. Harry Weber, of Laurel, Mon
tana, is here visiting her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bingham, of
Everett, Washington, are visiting Mr.
Bingham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Wagner, are enjoying
an outing on the North Fork of San
Grace Miltenberger, of Pocatello,
spent the Fourth ha Blackfoot with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B.
Mr. and Mrs. Ai Springer, F. C.
Quantrell and family, of Aberdeen,
Mrs. A. D. Quantrell and daughter,
Pearle, motored to Wolverine Sun
Dr. J. D. Gillilan received word
Wednesday that the wife of his son,
James D, has died in Portland, Tues
day. Mrs. Gillilan left immediately
Mrs. J. T. Carruth returned from
Park City, Utah, where she has been
with her sister, who was seriously
injured ln an automobile accident
several weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Tate and fam
ily, together with their house guest,
Miss Nora Tate, of Muskagee, Okla
homa, and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Davis,
motored to Wolverine canyon Sun
The Kia Ora Kensington, enter
tained by Mrs. D. E. Moore, met at
the home of Mrs. Oram Thursday af
ternoon. The afternoon was spent
with needlework and visiting. Songs
were practiced for the Fourth and
then delicious refreshments were
served. MrB. Oram assisted.
Many men give less attention to
the selection of their life insurance
estates and their distribution than
they do to their socks, ties or cigar
ettes, and when it is too late find It
out. Merciless Investigation leads
absolutely to Beebe's life company,
so why not get the benefit of 78 years
of leadership. Phone 120. adv.
Mrs. W. A. Varley entertained Fri
day at a picnic supper out at the E.
W. Thoreson ranch, in honor of the
Misses Miriam Pearson and Elsie
Potter, of Pocatello. Those who en
joyed the picnic were, Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Thoreson. Misses Florence and
^ ar i e Dore, Miss Elsie Potter, Miss
Miriam Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson and Mrs. T. C.
Mays were the hostesses at a Ken
sington at Mrs. Johnson's • home on
North Shilling ave., honoring Mrs.
Franklin-Martin, of Boise. The par
lors were decorated with roses and
Peonies, while the archways and win-
dows were hidden In feathery plum-
osa. An exceedingly clever contest
was enjoyed after the needlework:
each guest was requested to write a
tel egram containing ten words de
«'ribing something they had seen at
a circus. The judges were Mrs. L.
R. Thomas, Mrs. Elmer Stephens and
Mrs. R .S. Stringfellow. The prize
for the telegram was awarded to Mrs.
P. W. Powers and the judge to Mrs.
Thomas. A two-course luncheon was
served. Those assisting were. Mrs.
Howard Henderson, Mrs. E. W. En
low, Mrs. E. A. Johnson and Mrs.
Beebe has been advised of a $50
reduction on all models of Hudson
and Essex cars except Essex Cabrio
let which has been reduced $100.
These cars are hard to get and the
Salt Lake office is about 50 cars be
hind it's orders. The Hudson, still
the worlds largest selling fine car,
passed the 175.000 mark and the Es
sex, the 75,000 mark in June. Ar
range with Beebe for ypjjr __pext
A dozen carrier pigeons were brot
in on No. 32 Tuesday morning from
Great Falls, Montana. About eight
o'clock they were turned loose at the
station, and after circling around
once or twice, they flew directly
north. It is thought they would be
back at Great Falls about five o'clock
Writer Is Philosophic Concern
ing His Investments.
After All, He Ruminates, Knowledge
Gained fri the School of Experi
ence Is Worth Something.
Owing to circumstances that I seem
to have proved myself Inadequate to
control, I have become, as the lawyers
say, •'seized" of certain properties and
possessions that require management
and intelligent personal attention. I
feel, in the custodianship (hi these
things, as if I were a nervous woman
who had been presented with a den of
snakes or a roomful of mice to care
I keep these various evidences of al
leged wealth in a lont sheet-steel box
with a hasp over the end, which Is, in
turn, kept In a hole In the wall of a
steel-lined room. 1 cannot get into
this pigeon hole without the assist
ance of n uniformed attendant who
eûmes and makes medicine with a key
that hus a strong family resemblance
to one I own. After he has primed
the lock I can inseijt my own key
and the door flies accommodatingly
open. Then I haul out that bos and
open It and look awestrickenly at. its
Some of the handsomest of these
contents, that I admire most from s
wholly scenic standpoint are, I am
told, of least value commercially# I
have, for «cample, some mining stock.
I know it is good, foil I know a man
who went through thp mine himself,
personally accompanied by the owner
and his daughter, and this friend of
mine saw the gold j|ist as plain as
could be. So at 10 cents for each
hundred-dollar sharej . I bought a
thousand of them. Subsequent anxious
efforts on my part to locate that mine
and to find out anything complimen
tary about It have proved very dis
couraging indeed. And as for divi
dends on that stock, periods have
passed with the most commendable
regularity. I have .occupied the re
viewing stand while they pussed. A
man to whom 1 shewed the stock
laughed and said it was worthless.
But it was by believing a fellow that
I was led originally to buy the stuff.
So I will not believe anybody again.
I shall hang on to that stock. I feel
sure I shall.
However, far be It from me to raise
Ned about any of these stingings I
have been vouchsafed by the smooth
boys. When a fellow will pay $100 for
that much of that sort of stuff, he Is
very badly In need of good sense, and
any price he may pay for It must not
be regarded an exorbitant. And It Is
well to be stung just enough in early
life by buying fake stock so that one
Is, as it were, vaccinated or Inocu
lated. It may save him hundreds or
thousands later on. go my worthless
stock is in some ways the best Invest
ment I have. It not only was, but it
still is, very dear to me.—Strickland
Gillilan in Farm Life.
Money Is everything to the poor fel
low without e cent.
A great deal of life consists In wait
ing for good weather.
Privilege should be appreciated and
used, bnt not abused.
Impertinence makes dignity throw
up higher fortification*.
Cheap cynicism le always cynical
about the wrong people.
Representative citizens are generally
those we aren't afraid of. -
ill a weiuan to tell you whether
her friend's hair is dyed.
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