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WENINGS ! ' v ' frfrer Insurance—j. H. Early. W. C. Smith of the Land Depart ment was a visitor to the local land Î office this week. Ralpl|;Valent of Pocatello and Maud Rembefeg^r -of - Pingree were married at the "Court House by Judge Good last Tuesday. I will bond you. ISO. Beebe phene Owen Marshall, who is employed at Lima, Montana, is spending a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hartong motor ed to Pocatello to meet Mr. Hartong's father, W. C. Hartong, of Mound City, Kansas, who arrived Thursday to vis it for the next few weeks with his son. The Esther Chapter of the O. E. S. met in regular session Wednesday evening with Worthy Matron Mrs. H. B. Snodgrass presiding. Following the business meeting refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs. Oscar Neuman. Wednesday afternoon Mrs. M. E. Rowland entertained about twenty members of the Baptist Union. Fol lowing the business meeting and a social hour, refreshments were serv ed in which the hostess was assisted by Mrs. F. A. Farrar. Hudson and Essex. 120 . Beebe, phone Wednesday afternoon, little six year-old Bert Greer suffered the mis fortune of breaking his arm, while jumping across a ditch in the Central Schools yard. He received medical aid and Is getting along nicely at this time. Frank Berryman and C. S. Beebe have purchased a new boat for sport use. It is built of tin In three sec tions that fit together. It Is about twelve feet long and will hold two or three persons. It weighs a little over 100 pounds and can be carried on the run-board of a car. Wednesday afternoon the Altar So ciety met at the home of Mrs. R. S. Rosslter, with Mrs. George Campbell presiding at the business meeting. Most of the afternoon was spent In sewing for the bazaar, which Is to be held soon. Dainty refreshments were served later. Mrs. M. A. Jackson entertained the ladles of the Methodist Aid Wednes day afternoon. The business meeting at which the president, Mrs. F. M. Fisher, presided, was followed by a social hour and refreshments. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. John Bellamy, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mrs. Dora Hines and Mrs. Thomas Bible George Sarltos had his preliminary hearing before Judge Good last week on the charge of having liquor in his possession, and was bound over on a cash bond of $200 for trial at the District Court. Sarltos was arrested some time ago when deputies found a five gallon keg of liquor back in his field near Moreland. Whether the decoction was made by Sarltos or got from some body else was not disclos ed, nor did the deputies care to sam ple enough to discover whether it was made of wood alcohol, water and sugar, or sulphuric acid and prune juice. y&UWUf Monday Evening, October 16th AT TABERNACLE Will be specially devoted to ac quainting women who care with the new Footwear modes. Whether you choose your fall shoes now or later, it will be pleasant to have the assurance which can be gained only through knowing what styles are favored for the new sea son. Please accept this as your invita tion to see the new shoes during this pleasant informal showing. Beachy Shoe Co. Blackfoot Idaho Falls j ! Fire Insurance Beeoe. Phone 120. The heiiutiiiil eye Is ! eye.—Ur. R. 0. Young. the healthy 4-5 Miss Maude Turman spent the week end in Wapello visiting relatives. Mrs. H. A. Colomb left Saturday for Salt Lake, where she will spend the next few days. Saturday Chas. Clark and H .A. Wagner left for Springfield, where they enjoyed an outing over the week end. Mrs. J. C. Millick and daughters, Marie and Margaret, Mrs. E. L. EgH and Miss Irene Good, motored to Po catello Saturday. MEN WANTED—To dance with 800 girls, American Legion Hall, Black foot, Teachers' Institute Week, Oc tober 16 to 21, 1922. The value of sight cannot be estl mated because there Is nothing with which It can be compared.—Dr, R. 0. Young. 4-5 Link's Business College, Boise, re ports an exceptionally fine enrollment this fall, and also that the calls for stenographers and bookkeepers would indicate the beginning of better times. Oscar Christensen left Tuesday for his home in Kansas to claim the "Girl he left behind him." Pierre Pelky, Charles McQuire and Grace Milten berger took charge of one of his his tory classes. The B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist church had a social and election of officers Friday evening. The follow ing were elected: President, Alvera Steffens; Vice President, George Ball; Secretary, Flora Simons; Treasurer, Ernest Johnson; Chairman of Devo tional Committee, Mrs. Van Capps: Chairman of Mission Committee, Mrs. W. J. Beachy; Chairman of the So cial Committee, Eva Johnson; Chair man of the "Look Out" Committee, Farris Johnson; Chairman Member ship Committee, Enock Nelson. MEN WANTED—To dance with 800 girls, American Legion Hall, Black foot, Teachers' Institute Week, Oc tober 16 to 21, 1622. * Lyman Hyde, general manager of the Eccles Hotels in Utah and Idaho, came up from Logan Saturday, ac companied by Kalpen J. Fitzer, of Salt Lake, an architect, and they are figuring with Manager Otto Maas to remodel the dining room at the Ec cles Hotel ln Blackfoot. Mrs. C. V. Fisher received the mem bers of St. Paul's Guild Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. H. Hudson pre sided at the business meeting, which was followed by a social hour, sewing and refreshments, in which the host ess was assisted by Mrs. F. C. Christ, Miss Dorothy Roswick and Miss Max ine Fisher. Mrs. R. E. Porter of Pingree, has made and sold 800 pounds of butter since last April from five cows. Mr. Porter says he has proved through good many years experience that there is far more profit in selling but ter than butter fat, especially at the present price of butter at 35c and but ter fat at 28c. With the present low price of hay he thinks a few good milk cows is about as profitable an investment as a farmer can have. The eye Is a human organ the most sensatlve, delicate and Important of the hHman body, DON'T neglect It. —Dr. R. 0. Young. 4-5 Wilbur Allen returned from a busi ness trip at Driggs. Miss Vera Strong, of Ucon, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. W. Adair. Peter G. Johnston left Saturday for Salt Lake City. Miss Elizabeth Merriman Saturday in Pocatello. spent Mrs. Chas. Bellamy returned Satur day from a short trip to Pocatello. Mrs. J. H. Early spent Friday in Pocatello visiting friends. Mrs. James Oram spent Saturday in Pocatello. Mrs. Jessie Robethan, of Pocatello, was in Blackfoot Saturday visiting friends. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Jessie Woodin received the members of the Embroidery Club. County Agent Thometz, of McCam mon, is spending this week in Bing ham County, inspecting potatoes. SAVE YOUNG. YOUR EYES.— Dr. The Misses Kate and Belva Nelson, of Ogden, are the guests of their sis ter, Mrs. E. W. Enlow for a few days. Miss Ethel Nelson, a teacher in the Blackfoot schools, spent the week end with her parents at Rupert. Essex Touring, 81296, f. o. b. Blackfoot. Oord tiros. Call Boobs, 120 Ray Crabtree and F. E. Seeger mo ored to Pocatello Saturday to trans act business. Mrs. O. B. Spraker's sale was post poned until a later date, owing to the farmers being busy in the potato fields. MEN WANTED—To dance with 800 girls, American Legion Hall, Black foot, Teachers' Institute Week, Oc tober 16 to 21, 1922. _ D. W. Standrod, of Pocatello, was in Blackfoot Saturdav transact!»'' business. Mrs. Geo. S. Ambrose, of Mackay, is spending a few days in Blackfoot, visiting with friends. Miss Lexa Benzley returned Sunday from Salt Lake, where she has been for the past week. Chas. E. Harris returned Saturday from Mackay and Salmon, where he has been transacting business for the past week. J. T. Carruth and Willard T. Smith returned Saturday from a vacation spent hunting in the nearby moun tains. Mrs. C. S. Smith and daughter, Alice, left Saturday for Salt Lake, where they will visit for the next few days. Mrs. H. H. Stufflebeam returned Friday from White Hall, N. Y., where she v as called by the serious Illness of her sister. Miss Ann Burgraff spent the week end in Blackfoot with relatives. Miss Burgraff is teaching In the St. An thony schools this year. Miss Pearle Quantrell, who is at tending the Tech in Pocatello, spent the week-end in Blackfoot with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker are the proud parents of a baby son, born Tuesday morning. Dr. H. H. Scarborough, of Idaho Falls, was a professional visitor in Blackfoot Tuesday afternoon. Clarence Quantrell, of Aberdeen, i 9 the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. D. Quantrell. Norman Tolmie left the first of the week for Salt Lake, where he will en ter the L. D. S. business college. Miss Ida Morgan and Carrol Chub buck, Verle Benzley, John Powers and Leland Chapman, who are attending the Tech at Pocatello, spent the week-end in Blackfoot with relatives. Among those who are in Salt Lake this week are, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jeppson, Miss Gladys Huish, Mrs. W. W. Beck ' and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clive. Mrs. R. S. Stringfellow and Mrs. Blanche Eldredge motored to Poca tello Friday to attend a meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary at Trinity Parish Hall. Mrs. Roy Thompson and daughter, of Pocatello, are the guests of Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chubbuck. Mrs. J. O. Morgan and daughter, Frances, left Saturday morning for Soda Springs, where they will join Mr. Morgan, who has been there dur ing the summer months. Mrs. E. E. Dignan and two children arrived Thursday from Arco, and are the guests of Mrs. E. B. Donnelly at the Colora Apartments. The trip was made by motor and she was ac companied by Mrs. M. M. Christensen, who isr visiting her mother, Mrs. F. J. Stone. Sunday evening a very fine program was given at the Second Ward ch"~ * which consisted of: piano solo, Wa netta Buttcane; violin solo, Archie Kennedy, accompanied by Lorraine Seeger; vocal solo, Mrs. LaVerne Miller, accompanied by Mrs. F. C. Parkinson ; congregational singing and a talk by W. E. Bills. Saturday afternoon Mrs. J. J. Qull lin entertained the members of the Kill Kare Klub. Three tables were arranged for cards and autumn flow ers were used throughout the home. Favors were awarded to Mrs. Albert Bellamy and Mrs. R. L. Osborn. At the close of the afternoon dainty re freshments were served by the host ess. A. H. Conner, of Sand Point, candi date for Attorney General, spoke on Thursday evening at the Orpheum theatre. Captain Conner spoke on the subject of the present tax situation and gave a very fine address, follow ing which he answered any and all questions which the taxpayers and voters present cared to ask him rela tive to the policy of the Republican party in that regard. Thursday noon the Klwanis Club held their regular luncheon at the Cottage Hotel, with Howard Hender son ^residing. -----Christenson in the singing. Coach Ray Holder, G«r*ld Stewart and Elmer France, of the football team, were guests of the club and spoke of the high school ath letics and asked for the support of the club In football and other athletic activities. Dow Dunning, Progressive Candi date for Congress in this district, will speak at the Court House on Tues day evening, October 17. Come and hear him. County Agent Thomas has been at Aberdeen this week with Agent Thometz of McCammon to make the third and last inspection of the po tato fields there to decide what fields are eligible for certified seed. 100 hills are inspected in each acre and if the weight and quality come up to the standard they are eligible for the next examination. There were 728 acres in the first inspection, 203 in the second and the third will reduce It still more. A final inspection is made after they are dug and sacked and if the potatoes show 95 per cent free from disease and perfect other wise they are certified. This careful Inspection is the reason why Idaho seed potatoes enjoy such a high rep utation. Friday evening a meeting was held at the Commercial Club rooms with representatives from various organi zations present, and Mark Tuohy pre siding. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the question of erect ing a memorial building for Bingham County. This building would be in memorlam of the boys who gave their lives in the late war, and the state wljl give $1,000.00 if a like amount can be raised In the county. Several sites have been offered for the build ing up to date. The following com mittee has been appointed, or repre sentatives of organizations, to meet with the County Commissioners at the Court House Monday: Legion. Mark B. Tuohy: Auxiliary. Mrs. F. C. Par kinson and Mrs. M. B. Tuohy; War Mothers, Mrs. H. Cherry; Merchant's Association, James Ryan; Red Cross, Mrs. J. H. Early; Current Event Club, Mrs. W. W. Beck: Commercial Club, Otto Maas; Rotary Club, Dr. B. H. Hudson; Klwanis Club, Howard Hen derson; Post Commander Harold of Shelley; Post Commander Lee Jen kins of Aberdeen. Hllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui I — RIALTO — RIALTO — RIALTO — RIALTO — 1 I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY | I J An Avalanche of Thrills i I "OVER THE BORDER" j I TWO BIG STARS | I BETTY COMPSON AND TOM MOORE I 1 Daring deeds and rescues 'mid the blizzards of I s the North. §5 I 3 Big Days-Starting Sunday j § The most talked of picture in America. Ë Smilin 7 c lfoough Noraia'Tälm 8 Reels of Storm and Sunshine. Come Early—'Cause There'll be Crowds. I Ask us for § any thing = special you § want. Only the | Best is I = ■■■ ^ GrOod Enough ! rmniiiniiniiiiiiinninniiinnininiinnnniiinmiiiimmmimninnn„mnmnmnT Fire Insurance—J. H. Early. Mrs. Walter Jackman and daughter, Rose, are spending a few days in Po catello with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne and family spent Sunday in Pocatello vis iting relatives. Mrs. H. F. Kiefer returned Tuesday to her home in Idaho Falls, after spending the past few days in Black foot with relatives. Dow Dunning, Progressive Candi date for Congress in this district, will speak at the Court House on Tues day evening, October 17. Come and hear him. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Appleton, of Sal mon, teachers in the schools of that city, spent Tuesday in Blackfoot. They were attending institute in Ida ho Falls and were excused for the purpose of visiting the Blackfoot schools. They spent the day observ ing the Irving school. Miss Beulah Clark, of Boise, who has been in Blackfoot for the past few weeks, in regard to the publicity of the rescue work campaign, return ed to her home Tuesday, and Mrs. W. Smith of that place will be in Black foot next week to continue the work. Homer Epling left Monday for Los Angeles where he will spend the win ter, and may make his home there. Mr. Epling was catcher for the Broncs the past two years and leaves many friends. The harvest of potatoes is in full swing and as there is a great short age of pickers this year many boys and girls from the Blackfoot school are receiving permits which allow them time for picking spuds. Come To Our Store and meet the Foot Comfort Demonstrator from Chicago THURSDAY-FRIDAY OCTOBER 19-20 If you do not know what a difference perfect foot comfort all the time actually means to you—this is your opportunity to come to our store and learn how thousands of people suffering with corns, callouses, bunions, enlarged joints, fallen arches and flat foot have been benefited by the use of DlScholls Rot OanfortAppliances This Foot Comfort Demonstrator from Chicago is not only able to an swer you every question about the merits of these foot comfort appli ances, but is an expert on shoes and shoe fitting. Let him assist you in selecting the proper shoe requirement for your particular feet Come In Any Time Bring Your Friends Dr. Scholl's Ante rior Metatarsal Arch Supporta have benefited thousands of people with cramps, pains and callousea across the ball of the foot The Brown-Hart Co. "THE HOME OF POPULAR PRICES'' Irvin Carter of Pocatello was the guest of relatives Sunday. Mrs. Grace Faulconer spent Monday in Aberdeen, transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Faulks mo tored to Mud Lake Sunday. Miss M. Osborn spent Sunday at Lava Hot Springs. Fire Insurance, Beebe, Phone 190. Miss Mary Sterne has accepted a position with the Seeger-Bundlle Co. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lint left Sun day for Soda Springs where they will spend the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rockwood of Shelley spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Christ. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Farmer of Fir th were visiting friends in Blackfoot Sunday. County Agent W. F. Thomas spent Monday in Aberdeen assisting in Po tato inspection. Miss Clara Neucomb of Shelley wan the week-end guest of Mrs R. A. Robbins. C. G. Harold and Post Commander Lee Jenkins of Aberdeen were Black foot visitors Monday. J. F. Lewis and family of Salt Lake former residents of Blackfoot were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Austin over the week end. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Loux, of Poca tello, and Mrs. Barry Dibble, of Am erican Falls, motored to Blackfoot on Tuesday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dolman.