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MRS. BYRD TREGO WOULD LIKE
to get in touch with good willow
workers, material for work fur
nished. Phone 22 or call at Sage
OFFICE WORK BY SOLDIER;
good on typewriter. Harry V. Jor-
dan. Phone 407J5.
NURSING WANTED BY GOOD
practical, nurse, confinement cases
reasonable. Call phone 416R5.
TEAM OF BROWN MARES 1000
and 1100; 2 head of sheep; 13
head of pigs, 40 to 100 pounds
each; 150 sacks of seed potatoes,
Rurals and Early Triumphs. This
week at Wapello. R. T. Stockett,
route 3, Blackfoot.
BULL TRACTOR AND 3 PLOWS,
$750. Terms. J. L. Brice. Box
EIGHTY ACRES FOR SALE NEAR
Idaho Falls, $40 per acre, $10 per
acre for permenant cheap water.
Easy terms. Sheppard & Co.,
HEATING STOVES, ONE LARGE,
one medium sized heater for sale
at the Republican office.
S. C. BROWN LEGHORN COCH
rels, $2.00, phone 321 after 6
EIGHTY ACRE IRRIGATED FARM
in Milo district. On county road.
No gravel. Fifty acres in hay.
Farmers Friend water,
down will handle this opportunity.
For sale by Sheppard & Co., Idaho
r ails, Idaho.
TWO HUNDRED ACRES NEAR
Mackay, 140 acres under cultiva
tion. Good water right, ideal for
stock, Write box 952 Pocatello,
WANTS TO LEASE
WANTED TO LEASE SEVERAL
thousand acres first class culti
vated land with good water rights
for three or five years, leasing be
ginning 1919 and 1920. Large
tracts preferred. U. S. Beet Seed
Co., Idaho Falls, Idaho.
ONE BAY SHIRE MARE, BLAZED
face, weight about 1500, seven
years old, branded T on right hip.
Left Charles Lafever sheep camp
at Swan Berg ranch, near Rock
ford, Friday the twenty-fiirst. Lib
fever, Blackfoot, phone 149.
Notify Charles La
WE CAN FIT KEYS FOR ALL
kinds of locks, don't throw your
KEYS OF ALL KINDS
oia locks away Sen d them to i
Goodwin the locksmith. Pocatello,]
BLUE ITALIAN SHEEP DOG $10.00
reward for return of dog to Brick
barn, Blackfoot or call J. R. Harris
Commercial Hotel._ 33a-lp.
AT MY PLACE BETWEEN THE
brands or mark visible,
pay expenses and prove property.
At Edgar Fjelsted place, Black
foot post' offlce. 33a-3
dark Jersey heifer, no
Notary Public at Stanflrod bank.
F. G. Mack was a Pocatello busi
ness visitor Monday.
"Horseshoe" casings and tubes,
Bills Auto company. 30a-tf.
Mrs. L. G. Reese was a Pocatello
Miss Edna Yandall spent the week
end in Pocatello visiting her. sister.
THE IDAHO CAFE
Qualityy and Service
Open .Day and Night
I? MORE AfcOUY fcOO»
FOWL YOU'D KNOW —
THEN COME AND SEE
our piQuumv swovf!
YES, WE'RE RUNNING A
DRESSED POULTRY SHOW
We'll prepare a bird for your
pot of pan that will make your
dinner a most pleasing event.
All of our meats are worthy of
a place upon your table.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
The Ouelitv Shop
B: DORE & SONS
Neil F. Boyle was in Pocatello
Saturday attending to business.
Mrs. E. E. Rogers was here from
Firth Saturday attending to business.
G. F .Gagon was a business visitor
at Mackay Wednesday.
Mrs. Joseph B. Jackson spent the
week-end in Pocatello with friends.
J. T. Carruth attended to business
in Idaho Falls Thursday afternoon.
Money to loan on irrigated farms.
Miss Lulu Davsi of Firth was a
business visitor here Thursday.
Marie Millick spent the week-end
with friends in Idaho Falls.
Darwin Simmons was a Pocatello
visitor Friday and Saturday.
Miss Meriam Pearson spent the
week-end with friends in Pocatello.
Miss Jessie Firth spent the week
end in Firth with her parents.
Peter Hoff of Firth was a business
visitor here last Thrusday.
Mrs. C. C .Hennefer of Pocatello
was a business visitor here Saturday.
Miss Martyn of Moreland was a
week-end visitor here.
William Bartlett of Moreland was
in town on business Saturday.
L. F. Dickson of Pocatello spent
the first of last week in Blackfoot.
Books on tne war at the public
library in the city hall at Blackfoot
J. H. Early.
Mrs. G. W B.lackburn came down
from Shelley Monday to attend to
Robert Boyd went to Salt Lake
Saturday night to attend to business
for a few days.
Liu Ellison went to Idaho Falls
Friday morning for an indefinite
stay with friends.
Miss Elva McClellan, who had
been residing at Idaho Falls, has re
sumed her work at the Bon Ton here.
Mrs, Charles Kiefer and little son
spent Sunday in Idaho Falls with
Mrs. Anderson left Saturday after
noon for a short visit with friends in
Mrs. M .E. Officer and daughter
Leona were visitors with relatives
in Idaho Falls over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hiner of Rex
burg transacted business here Thurs
Mrs. Albert Winkler of Preston
returned to her home Friday, after
a short visit here.
Watch for Grimaud's sale at Pin
gree March 15, sixty head of cattle,
Thomas E. Donahue of St. Anthony
was a business visitor in Blackfoot
Thrusday and Friday.
George Ezell was ill the last of
the week and unable to attend to his
duties as deputy sheriff,
Ray Kirk left Saturday afternoon
for Salt Lake City, where he will
visit for a short time.
. . . . .
twenty heaci of ll0rses -
Mrs. E. N. Bingham and daughter
Grace left Friday for Rexburg to
spend the week-end with relatives.
C. D. LaFever returned Friday
from Rupert, where he spent several
days attending to business.
J. G. Perkins returned the first of
last week from a visit at his old
home in Weilsville, Utah.
offlce . tf .
H. L .Hunter of Mackay visited
friends here the last of the week and
attendd to some matters of business.
Mrs. Anderson of Koami, Utah is
the guest of her daughter Mrs.
George Hesse this week.
Mrs. S. M. Hancock of Pocatello
spent Saturday morning here attend
ing to matters of business.
Milton Bateman, who has been
working here, left Saturday morning
for his home in Salt Lake City.
Pierce Sutton came down from the
Lost river country Saturday after
noon for an indefinite stay.
Misses Stella and Emma Yost were
business visitors in Pocatello Satur
Wanted: Clean cotton rags at the
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jones of Salt
Lake City are spending the week
here visiting friends and attending
Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Laue left
Iriday morning for Tacoma and
Seattle, where they will visit for
Mrs. Charles E. Harris returned
Thursday evening from a short, but
most pleasant visit with relativs at
Dr. Hoover left Wednesday for
Portland, Ore., where he will visit
and attend to business matters for a
week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Watson re
turned Thursday evening from a
week's visit with friends and rela
tives in Salt Lake City.
Lee Morrison arrived in Blackfoot
Friday morning from Pocatllo to
spend a few days with his sister Mrs.
Lyman D. Morse returned to his
home in Antelope Thursday, after
having spent the past few days with
Messers O. L. Mors and J. W.
Adams of Roberts spent the last of
the week here attnding to business
Miss Gladys Stone, who has been
visiting the S. M. Jaskman family,
left Saturday morning for her home
in Payson, Utah.
James Duckworth returned Friday
morning from Salt Lake City, where
he Bpent a day attending to business
Mrs. E. M. Ouse and little sons
Milton and Dewey spent Saturday in
Pocatello. Mrs. Ouse attended to
some business here.
Mrs. L! R. Thomas spent Monday
Mrs. Jess Sutton and little daugh
ter Valine, went up to Howe Satur
day morning for a visit with rela
D. • B. Carliie of Pocatello, who
spent several days here attending to
business, returned to his home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Beebe returned
Wednesday from Boise, after a very
pleasant visit with relatives and
Victor Stone left Saturday after
noon for his home in Ashton, after a
short stay in Blackfoot on a return
Mrs. C. B. Montgomery returned
Friday from Lindsobrg, Kan., where
she accompanied her daughter Miss
Doris several weeks ago, and who is
attending school there this winter.
trip from a demobilization camp.
W .A. Beakley and daughter Miss
Gladys were week-end visitors at
Idaho Falls. Mr. Beakley also at
tended to matters related to the dis
trict court work.
Mrs. George Armstrong, who has
been visiting at the George Hesse
home for the past week, returned to
her home in Salt Lake City Saturday
morning. r •
Mrs. J. E. Kelley -left Saturday
morning for American Fork, where
she will visit with her many friends
and relatlvees for an indefinite
Mrs. William A. Chapman of Pres
ton, Idaho returned to her home
Friday morning, after attending the
funeral of her father Mr. Wright,
who died here last Saturday.
Mr/ and Mrs. I, W. Pepper of
Montpelier were business visitors
here Friday on their way to Burley,
where they are going to attend to
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i WAPELLO 1
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Arvey are
the proud parents of a ten pound
baby girl barn February 22.
and babe are doing nicely.
There are several cases of flu in
this vicinity. The Tucker, Call and
Ziegler families are the victims, but
so far no pneumonia cases are re
Ronald Stockett has sold his farm
to Arthur Arvey, at $175 per acre.
The Stocketts intend to locate near
Mrs. Harry Blackman and son
Robert were business visitors at
Miss Margaret Peterson, who has
been visiting with home folks the
past three weeks, returned to Pendle
ton, 6re. Thursday,
Mrs. Henry Felt was a' business
visitor at Blackfoot Thursday.
Joe and George Bithell were busi
ness visitors at Blackfoot Thursday.
Cora, Edith and Fred Mackie were
visitors at the J. H. Bithell home
Mrs. C. W. Pope and children of
Blackfoot spent Wednesday and
Thursday at the home of her father
Vlra Hone and Newel Scott, popu
lar young people of this place were
quietly married at Idaho Falls Tues
day- The young couple are at pres
ent making their home at the Scott
Mrs. M. B. Scojt of this place and
Mr. Hargrave of Pocatello were mar
ried at Pocatello Saturday, Feb. 22.
Mrs. Hargrave is well known here,
having lived here a number of years.
It is understood that the newlyweds
will make their home atvPocatello.
The weather man has finally
opened his heart and is giving us
some of the snow which we have
been praying for for such a long
time. The lanes are blockaded quite
badly .which make traveling difficult
but snow balling is fine.
War Department Says General
Only Protested Against
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.—In mak
ing a formal denial today that Gen
eral Pershing had refused to obey
a general order relative to the re
vision of court-martial cases in
France, as asserted in the house yes
terday by Representative Johnson of
South Dakota, the war department
disclosed that the commander-in
chief had protested against the order
involved at tending to take from
him control of disciplinary measures
In his forces. The protest is now be
ing considered by Major General
Crowder, judge advocate general,
and the order may be revoked.
The order was issued on Septemzer
11 last. It provides that court-mar
tial cases in the American expe
ditionary force shall be passed on for
review to the offlce in France of
Brigadier General Edward A. Krae
ger of General Crowder's offlce.
The protests of General Pershing,
it was stated at the war department
was In no sense a case of Insubor
dination. The views of his staff
have been presented In opposition
and are being considerd In- an en
tirely regular way. The object of
the department In sending General
Kraeger, it was intimated, was to ex
pedite review of military sentences
for purposes of equalization, not to
invade the powers of the commander
in-chief in France.
WAPELLO LADY MARRIED
Mrs. M. B. Scott, well known resi
dent of Wapello was quietly mar-
ried in Pocatello Saturday, Feb. 22
to Mr. Hargrave of that place.
Mrs. Hargrave is well known in
the Wapello and Blackfoot vicinity
and the wishes for her happiness,
from her many friends, are numer
Mr. aad Mrs. Hargrave will make
their home In Pocatello for the pres
ent time at least.
Moreland Pioneer Called
to Final Resting Place
Andrew P. Benson, Moreland Post
Master Dies of Old Age
and General Failure
FUNERAL SERVICES TUESDAY
A. P. Benson departed this life
at his home in Moreland at midnight
Saturday, March 1, at the age of
seventy-four years. He had been in
poor health for the past several
months and gradually grew worse
until death came. x
Mr. Benson was an early pioneer
of the Moreland country, having
taken up his residence there some
twenty years ago. In recent years he
has served as post master for More
land, the village he helped to estab
lish, and in which he was always in
terested and ambitious, to see it pro
Mr. Benson is survived by his wife
and two daughters narinely; Mrs.
Anna Dalton of Filer, Idaho, and
Mrs. Bertha Grimmett of Moreland
and three sons H. Andrew and Ed-
ward, both of Moreland and M. J.
of Kimberly, Idaho.
- The remains will be laid to rest
in the Moreland cemetery Tuesday
afternoon, funeral services being con-
ducted at 2 o'clock.
MEETING OF EMBROIDERY CLUB
Mrs. Ed Rockwood was the genial
hostess to the members of the Em
broidery club at her home Thursday
afternoon. All members were pres
ent with the exception of Mrs. Eld
redge, who is in Salt Lake City.
One of the most pleasant after
noons was thoroly enjoyed in the
form of a happy social gathering.
Mrs. Rockwood served very de
lightfull refreshments to the ladies.
Mrs. Fred Seeger, assisted by Mrs.
Percy Jones, very delighfully enter
tined the members of the Episcopal
guild, at her home on East Bridge
street Wednesday afternoon.
A very pleasant social afternoon,
was spent at the close of which de
licious refreshments were served.
Maude Powell, the noted violinist,
who played at the Auditorium at
Pocatello Friday evening drew
several music lovers from the Grove
City to spend the evening in Poca
Among those who attended were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinney, the
Misses Turman, Weise, Mulvaney
and Marie Burggraff.
- Jfy$NCY REESE TO SALT LAKE
Miss Nancy Reese left Monday
morning for Salt Lake City, where
she will enter school for the re
mainder of the school yeg,r. She will
make her home with her sister who
Miss Reese was accompanied as far
as Pocatello by her mother Mrs. L.
TO CARE FOR SICK FOLKS
Mrs. James Walters and two
children left Monday morning for
Johnston, colo., for an extended
They were called there to care fpr
sick folks, but will visit before re
turning to Blackfoot.
SEND IT BACK
The party that took the sawl out
of my car by the laundry Sunday
night might as well send it back. It
is known who took it, and if de
livered promtly at the laundry offlce
nothing will be done about it. Mrs.
INCOME TAX MAN COMING
J. M. Adams, deputy internal
revenue tax collector will be at the
court house in Blackfoot, March 12
and 13 for the purpose of assisting
all persons who come to him with
tangled income tax problems.
He willingly offers to assist all who
go to him for help.
FOR CONTROL OF UGLINESS
Science Should Be Capable of Rem
edying Cr Preventing Defects,
Either Phyelcal or Mental.
Why is It that one member of a fam
ily Is ugly or Imperfectly developed,
while all the others are practically
perfect In form and features?
pearly every family has Its ugly
member. If the defects happen to be
physical the sufferer will be known
as the runt of the family, or If the de
fects are of the morals, as the black
There are good and sufficient causes
for all physical and moral ugliness and
there Is no reason why these causes
may not be discovered and controlled.
Why should one member of a fam
ily be made sick by eating the same
food the others eat and that he has
often eaten before?
To say that it . doesn't happen to
agree with him may be satisfactory to
some, but to the intelligent, inquiring
physician It is not. There Is some
thing wrong with the human machine
or it would produce proper results.
To the mechanical engineer Improper
results are suggestive either, of a lack
or of a perversion of energy. The or
gan or portion of machinery that has
failed to do Its proper share of work
has not been supplied with Its proper
share of nerve force.
May we not apply the same rules to
the building up of the body and of the
Free Help for Your
Have you callouses on the soles of your
feet? Have you sudden cramps in the
toes and just back of them? Have you
corns — bunions — painful heels — so
called rheumatism in the feet and limbs
—weak ankles—weak or fallen arches—
tender, perspiring, odorous feet?
A Foot Expert Will Be Here
to give you his services free—to show
the way to instant relief and permanent
comfort. He is a man who has had wonderful success, us-
ing the methods and scientific appliances of Dr. William M.
Scholl, the celebrated foot specialist of Chicago. He will
tell you how to take proper care of your feet—how you can
wear your favorite style of shoe with comfort. He will be at
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MARCH 7 AND 8
We urge an early visit to receive the most careful and thoro
attention. There will be no obligation on your part to pur
If you have ever worn arch supports without ob
taining perfect comfort, come ana see the expert.
Whether you have taken treatment or not this is an
opportunity you should - not fail to grasp.
The Brown-Hart Co.
There was rio Sunday school here
last Sunday on account of so much
sickness in the neighborhood.
Leonard Troutner is suffering with
influenza-pneumonia and is very ill
at this writing.
Mr. Moody and son William have
been quite sick with the flu, but we
are glad to report that they are much
A good manv people from tlr's
vicinity attended the Spraker sale
and report everything bringing a
Mr. and Mrs. Beebe were callers
at the E .N. Day home Saturday.
Mr. Warnix, who is feeding sheep
at W. H. Scott's, will soon move to
Springfield, where he was lucky
enough to get hay at $14.00 per ton
The dance given at Pingree Friday
night was well att"nded.
Mrs. E. N. Day is recove"ing from
a two-weeks' seige of the flu.
The Ropp family is quite sick with
Ralph Thompson is home again,
after spending several months in the
Raymond Anderson and Roy Higby
have returned from southern Idaho.
W. H. Scott has been unloading a
car load of braley to feed to his hogs.
Jessie Thompson is on the sick
list this week.
The storm Tuesday night and Wed
nesday was the worst we have had
and it was indeed bad for the stock.
Dale Day, Esther and Don Inskeep
■were Sunday guests at the Ropp
Mrs. C. S. Knodle and son Char
are expected home from Nebraska
Miss Elizabeth Jensen returned to
;her school at Pocatello Sunday, after
a visit with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Quisenberry were
callers at the F. W. Fay home Sun
Word has been received that Hugo
Johnson has landed in the United
States from overseas,
friends will be glad to welcome him
Ed O. Rydberg, the genal sewing
machine agent, was in this vicinity
Iris Inskeep has been acting as
nurse at the Troutner home for the
Mrs. Woody, who has been visit
ing In Oklahoma, is expected home
Mr. Wickstrum and family, who
were once residents of this place,
nave moved back to this vlplnity and
will take up their residence on the
old Switzer place.
AT STOCK SHOW
The meeting of the Idaho Cattle
and Horse Growers' association was
held in Boise last week. Close to
350 delegates have attended the con
vention at one time, but this year
war conditions and the influenza sit
uation in some parts of the state
prevented a record-breaking attend
ON SPEAKING TOUR
A dispatch from Washington ad
vises that in answer to propaganda
speeches delivered thru the west by
former President Taft in support of
the league of nations, Senator Borah
of Idaho, will leave Washington
about March 10, to follow Taft's
trail, and wherever the ex-presldent
spoke in advocacy of the league,
Senator Borah will Bpe&k in opposi
Red + ers
have not been commenced,
i a <iy, that has ever sewed at the
or four weeks, and thus help to rush
the unfinished work to completion.
(By Mrs. Byrd Trego)
The sewing division of the Red
Cross are putting forth an extra ef
fort to get all the odds and ends fin
ished in their department very soon.
There are still eighty pajama suits
and forty men's shirts on hand that
An urgent appeal is made to every
rooms, to go up and sew at least one
day of each week f&r the next three
The various church societies and
clubft have come nobly and thank
fully to the rescue by promising to
devote an afternoon each week to
sewing at the rooms. No society
has as yet spoken to sew on Wednes
day, but the management wishes it
understood that the rooms will be
open and sewers are welcome and as
many ladies as can are asked to de
vote that day to sewing too.
The Y. L. M. I, A., under the able
supervision of Mrs. Vance, have
taken out 20(1 children's chimese
and will complete them for the Red
Cross'. This is a big lift to the sew
ers and is very highly appreciated.
When a few more garments are
completed a nice box of babies' lay
ettes will be ready for shipment to
headquarters; also a box of child
Please bear in mind that sewers
are needed very badly each after
noon at the. sewing rooms as there is
still much to be done and let all who
can, come willingly to the rescue.
FILING ON A RESERVOIR SITE'
D. G. Martin was down from Idaho
Falls Saturday and placed a filing on
Henry's Lake as a reservoir site to
store Water for lands along the North
Mr. Martin was acting for a num
ber of clients for whom he v prepared
the papers. He was also calling the
attention of canal men to the annual
meeting to elect water master for
the Upper Snake river valley. The
representatives of all canals taking
water from Snake river were to meet
at Idaho Falls at 10 o'clock Monday,
♦ MARKET REPORT +
Butter, ranch .
Bermuda oniom .
Free Silver flour, per cwt.
Yellowstone Special .
Chickens, dresed .
Soft wheat .
Coal at bln:
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