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o o o o FIRTH. O O O OO >3 0000000 o o o o o Mrs. Robert Brewington visited , ■with friends in Idaho Falls, Saturday, Miss Dorothy Taylor and Miss Beth Corn, of Elackfoot, spent the week end at the Elmer Taylor home last week. i Mrs. Arthur Wall and infant son, i Milton, of Pocatello, visited at the ! home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Andrus, Sunday. Miss Ivah Reumke spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with friends at Lima, Montana. Miss Velma Lyon went to Burley Monday to spend several weeks at the home of her uncle, George Hy mas. Mr. and Mrs. Volney Bailey and children, of Basalt, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Bolstad, Tuesday. Mrs. Lucian Hurt motored to Idaho Falls Saturday afternoon. Miss Velma Andrus went to Black foot, Sunday. Don Fraker spent the week-end with his sisters, Misses Neoma, Pan sy and Edith Fraker in Pocatello. Misses Pansy and Edith are attending high school in that city this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Weeding, ac companied by Arne Bolstad and fam ily, visited at the home of Charles Weeding at Wapello, Sunday. J. H. Dye left Friday morning to attend conference at Salt Lake. Jesse Wiseman is a Salt Lake vls is itor this week. Mrs. Wiseman looking after the shop. Miss Edith Christensen was ill the latter part of last week. Mary and Rosena Wernette spent the week-end in Firth. Mrs. James Anderson is assisting at the Hudson Cafe this week. Mrs. Fraker was in town shopping Monday. Mrs. E. H. Seamon was a Firth vis itor on Monday. Miss Barrett spent the week-end at Menan. Miss Ebba Fredrickson, accompan ied by Miss Eula Wells, visited home folks at Louisville, Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Clyde Gardner is assisting at the Dye store this week. Mrs. Richard Wilkie was in Firth on Monday. Spud picking is on at full swing this week. Nearly all of the high school pupils and a few from the grade school are out earning "pin" money. Bill Berry, of Ogden, is visiting Mr. and Mtb. Geo. Berry. Freddie and Laura Jane Shockey, who are attending St. Margaret's school at Blackfoot, visited over Sun day with their mother. Rudolph Wilson is seriously ill with pneumonia at the Eugene Wernette ranch. Miss Pauline Balka assisted at the Dye Mercantile last week. W. J. Ramsey was in Blackfoot on Thursday. M. L. Lockeyer was in Firth on Sat urday. Miss Eva Dye went to Salt Lake to attend conference and visit friends. The dance given by "Harry and Cary" last Friday night was enjoyed by many. They expect a larger crowd at the next dance, which will be glv- 1 en Friday evening. Mrs. Lucy Davis came up from | Blackfoot Saturday to visit the Fisher , family for a day or so. oo ooooooooooo oo o ° O PRESTO. O O O o ooooooooooooo o Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Scott, of Idaho Falls, came down to visit friends here Wednesday. Mrs. Scott remained for! J several days. School is closed in this district for two weeks, to allow the children to help with the potato crop. FI. K. Williams was a business vis itor at Blackfoot, Saturday. Mrs. George Cassity. of Grantsville. Utah, was the guest of her brother. Willis Higlev, several days last week. Harry Mackie. who has been living at Chesterfield for several years, re turned the last of the week with a bride, and the young couple are at home on the Mackie ranch. Mrs. Bower and Fred Bennett spent Sunday up the river, fishing. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Larsen were Shellev visitors Sunday. Mrs. .loseph Bithel, of Wapello, vis ited her father. Janies Mackie. the first of the week. Mrs. James Reid, of Firth last week at the Williams ranch. We are In the market for first clan Farm Loans. J. H. Early. tf spent IT'S TOASTED orf «ora process whloh gives a delicious flavor P r* I** I :A\** kCIG OOQ ooooocooooo oo o o O ROCK FOUR. O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Messrs. Lovell and Reuben Hardy entertained a few friends at their home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sproul, of Thomas, visited Mr. and Mrs. Claus Anderson, Saturday. The threshing machines are about done with their work in these parts, and the farmers are now very busy digging potatoes, and are unable to obtain the help that they need. Sunday, Mf. and Mrs. John Man gum, of Groveland, visited Mr. and Mrs. Claus Anderson. T. A. Hall and sons were Balckfoot visitors, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Barnes and family visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jen sen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Baker were visitors at Thomas, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barnes vis ited the Warren family at Riverside, Sunday. Tuesday morning, October 3rd, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merrill and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Claus Anderson, at tended the funeral services of the late Ernest Hale, at Groveland. Tuesday afternoon, October 3, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Claus Anderson, attended the funeral services of the late Robert Walters at Thomas. OO ooooooooooo oo o o O BOSE. o o o oo oooooo 0.0 o o o o o 1 | John and Alma Norman have taken the contract to dig Geo. R. Mason's spuds. Jacob Ramey and Amos Whitehead motored to Mackay to receive and ship their cattle, but on account of car shortage, they are compelled to rent fields and hold them there. Alvin Gardner and family have re turned home, after spending the sum mer in Payson, Utah. Mrs. PolaB Lambson is visiting for a few days at Shelley, where her hus band is working with the gravel crew. Mrs. U. W. Taylor was a Sunday visitor at the home of C. A. Taylor. Mrs. Henry Jones and daughter, of Sterling, spent a few days with her aunt, Mrs. John Rider. Miss Etta Clayton spent Sunday with Mrs. Amos Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Mason enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Jay Langly the past week. Mr. Langly has been working at Denver, Colo., for the Bell Telephone Co., and is now on his way to California for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackman have taken their daughter, Laura, to Poca tello for an operation on her ear. Miss Elda Chaffin is visiting at Shelley with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Chaffin. Mr. Rix has purchased two carloads of cattle from Jacob Ramey and Amos Whitehead, but will be unable to ship them for a few days on account of the car shortage. Mrs. Wm. Ellison, of Groveland, spent Friday with her daughter. Mrs. J. E. Chapman. Mrs. Frank Conrad has a very sick baby at this writing. Mrs. John Chaffin returned from , Lava Hot Springs. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moody and family are spending this week with Carl Neilson and family, while they harvest Mr. Nellaon's potatoes. Mr. and Mrs. S- A. Judd returned Monday from Soda Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silver spent Sun ** w .' th „ M * ,. an , d Mrs ' Adelbert ( or ® y .J ,IO ' e an . Miss Ella Gardner is at home to spend her vacation during spud and institute weeks. Mrs. Nephi Samson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ephriam Sorenson, for a short time. Clarence Christensen and Jed Ash ton were speakers at Riverside Sun day. S. A. .ludd sold about 400 head of . , , _ _ , , , sllee ; p t0 Blshop J ' Gardner last a at tf week Mrs. B. W. Ashton has returned home from Pocatello, where she had a short visit with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gardner enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knightzel and children. Sunday. Messrs. Grant and Golden Hale, of Groveland. and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sorenson, of Southern Utah, have been visiting with Ephriam Sorenson an<1 fanli,y - W. Z. Hiatt and sons are on the sick list this week, with tonsilitis. Messrs. L. R. Thomas and James Yancey were the speakers here Sun day. NOTICE OF STOCK HOLDERS' MEETING A meeting of the stockholders of the Firth Mill and Warehouse Com pany will be held at the company's warehouse at Firth, Saturday. Octo ber 14th. at 8 p. m. The object of the meeting is to consider important business for the company, which re quires the voice of the stockholders. WM. DYE. 3-4 Secretary. NOTICE TO TEACHERS Institute for teachers of the nine counties of the Southheastern Idaho Institute District. Including Bingham County will he held in Blackfoot, Oct. 16-20 Inclusive. All teachers must nter ' five full days. GRACE FAUCONFR. r- - "'ne*"'"! Countv. Here's Goud News For Every Housewife! DURING THE MONTH OF OC TOBER WE WILL DELIVER A THOR to Your Home for L k r Balance $6.75 a month We are glad to. announce for October the most liberal terms we have ever been able to offer on the Thor Electric Washer. More than half a million housewives already know the pleasure and satisfaction of washing their clothes in the wonderful Thor, and before the month of October ends, several hundred more women in Southern Idaho will be using thiß splendid machine. The Most Durable and Efficient Cylinder Type Machine Several different principles of washing are em ployed in the various types of Electric Washers, but the cylinder principle, such as is embodied in the Thor, has proven the most practical and satis factory. The cylinder which revolves forward and back, carries the clothes over and over, drop ping them into the suds with every revolution. This is the most gentle, yet most effective action for thorough clothes cleaning, because all the clothes are swished through the water, none be ing left in the bottom of the tub. No five dollar bill you ever spent will bring such returns in health and happiness as the $5.00 initial payment that will bring the Thor into your home. One wash day will make you wonder how you ever got along without it. Why break your back over a wash tub or strug gle for hours with a hand washer? Why have wet feet, red hands and a torn-up house on wash day when every disagreeable feature of clothes wash ing can be eliminated with a Thor Electric Wash er? One wash day with a Thor in your home will be a revelation to you. Phone or call for a demon stration and place your order at once to insure prompt delivery. DO YOUR NEXT WEEK'S WASHING WITH A THOR Idaho Power Company 5 liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiîî BACKACHE IS BI5CBURASIH6 But Not So Bad If Ton Know How to Beach the Cause. Nothing more discouraging than a constant backache. Lame when you awaken, pains pierce you when you bend or lift. It's hard to work or to rest. Backache often Indicates bad kidneys. Blackfoot people recom mend Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor! James Nunley, prop, blacksmith shop, R. F. D. No. 1, Blackfoot, says: "Shoeing horses and the other heavy work, brought on kidney complaint and my back was so lame and sore I could hardly work. The kidney se cretions passed too freely and were highly colored. Doan's Kidney Pills were the only remedy to help me and they relieved me In a short time. I have great faitii in Doan's." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney PIIIb— the same that Mr. Nunley had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.—Adv. \ I THRESHING PRICES. At the Threshers' meeting held Sat urday, It was decided to charge the following prices tor the 1923 sea son: $c for Oats; 7c for Barley, and 8c for Wheat. Terme cash or toll, adv At midnight or noon time. early in the morn ing or late at night; any hour in the twenty-four we can furnish you with r nzixu eats • he you glad you are alive FRENCHY'S CAFE v" ruhte Depot Idaho E 5 E E E E ! utiiiiummiiimiimiiiiiiiiiinmiimiiiiii \ AUCTION I I SALES I 5 = S i I 1 E It is my business .o sell your = 5 goods for more money. S E Farm, Live Stock, and all Aue- E E tion Sales— none too big, none S E too small to receive my best S E attention. 5 E Call Bingham County News or s — First National Bank. £ 1 W. D. PIERCE I = Licensed Auctioneer g îîiiiiiiiitii 11 nun 1111111111111111111111111111111 oooooooooooooooo o O G. F. HANSBKOUGH O Attorney at Law O Mllllck Block O Blackfoot, O 000000000000009 jjimiitiiiimiii!iiiiii!;,iimi!imiimmii!! 1 SHIP S BT TRUCK! "We Move 'Em" Bonded Warehouse I White Transfer and I Co Storage Co. [ and Warehouse on Cor- a! = Office and Warehouse on Cor- E E ner of Broadway and Idaho St. E J Phone 48 E j ! 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Given»* Legal Guarantee Giveru J No need of Knife —no pain—continue work. Ask to see Gle-o-nis Pile Treatment. POWERS' PHARMACY The Indian mother's plan of carry ing her baby strapped on her back Is simplicity itself compared to her " sister's bulky perambulator. Hudson Coach Closed car com* fort on regular Hudson Super-Six chassis. $2095 here. Only $120 above open car price Call Beebe i20.