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c V l Wl l fa I (P ftANS m % ~ W/ThOUT pr ice: T isn't surprising if you run into difficulties in your building plans at times. We have had considerable ex perience in figuring over such plans and our services are freely at your command.. Make this yard your headquarters when you want lumber and build ing advice. i f nrr 1 ANDERSONsSONS LUMBER CO. ^ MODERN HOMES E.L.ANDERSOH, MGR, -LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL- BL foAHO° T, >'^ y,^£ ■v. iit(( . /, -F + •r; MORELAND + J . t ;| t The Vernal Leavitt family have recovered after a long illness of the flu. David Wheeler and family of Firth but formerly residents.of this place visited friends here over Sunday. F.rsal Lindsay of Blackfoot, who was severely wounded a few days be fore the armistice was signed, and who has been confined to hospitals since that time was recently dis charged and at the present time he is visiting relatives in Ogden. He is expected home very soon. Ersal was formerly a resident of Moreland. Mr. Draper's brother and family of Clearfield, Idaho and his daughter NASH, 4m QUICK AND ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION i Ihe quality of k VNash truck performance and the stability of the Nash service relationship with owners is the standing in the industry of the big Nash organization itself. r That Nath trucks give dependable service is proved by the fact that they are now being used by such concerns as: The Standard Oil Company; Morris Sc Company; The Boston Store, of Chicago; The Palmolive Company; and others. BINGHAM MOTOR COMPANY BLACKFOOT, IDAHO % NASH TRUCK! Om-Tw dumb, $1650 Tvs-Tos Chum, $2175 Null Qsri Chum, $3250 an> of Blackfoot were visitors here Sun day. James Johnson and family have moved to Salt Lake City, where they will make their home. George Furniss is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Mabel England was a visitor at the William McKnight home Mon day evening. Ed Patz of Centerville has pur chased the Hemmert place. The Patz family were very pleasantly surprised one evening last week when a few of their friends and neighbors dropped in to spend the evening with them. A very fine time was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Rozella Hall is here visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clement. Charles Liljenquist recently pur chased a few head of sheep from Carl Anderson of Groveland. I POCATELLO CONTINUES TO FORMULATE PLANS FOR WILLIARD-DEMPSEY FIGHT (Continued from page one) from Denver, Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago and the entire east. 2. Idaho has the broadest and most adequate boxing law of any in existence. The statute legalizes 20 round contests, all contestants box ing before a commission appointed by the state's chief executive. 3. Idaho's peculiar dry climate and abundant sunshine insures per fect weather and an unlimited num ber of people can be best seated in an open-air stadium of huge propor tions. 4. In addition to Pocatello's hotel * v # : r JL ■ fu » J. ROBB BRADY OF POCATELLO eral passenger agent of the Union Pacific, has positively agreed to fur nish 2700 Pullman standard sleeping cars and 400 dining cars all to be parked in the yards of the largest railroad construction plant west of Chicago, at Pocatello. This accom modation is adequate for a crowd of accommodations, D. S. Spencer, gen >,000 alone and should necessity demand, local promoters assure ad-' ditionai accomodations can, and will be provided. 5. Pocatello can park 40,000 automobiles. Thousands of fans and tourists living in the west will make the trip by motor. 6. The world's greatest natural playground, Yellowstone National Park, is less than 160 miles from Pocatello and on July 4, the tourist season will be at its height. To see Yellowstone Park, and in conjunc tion, to witness the world's heavy weight championship struggle, both within a radius of 160 miles, is a superattraction. Associated with this is the greatest sporting and game section in the world, including fishing and big and small gajne. 7. People ail over the world are highly interested in the irrigation projects to be inaugurated when the next congress appropriates $100, 000,000 for reclaiming the arid lands of the west. Idaho, by reason of the fact that it has millions of acres of land suitable for irrigation, will re ceive a large share of this appropria tion and the interest manifest in the state is only magnified by its natural resources. 8. Within four hours of Pocatello is the Utah capital, Salt Lake City, for many years a tourist center of in ternational fame. The Great Salt Lake and the Mormon Tabernacle an nually draw thousands of tourists to the intermountain country. 9. Pocatello is on the direct road to Portland, the City of Roses, reached by the main line of trans continental line. The United States government dam at Arrow Rock, near Boise, Idaho, is not only the largest dam in the United States, but the largest in the world, and serves to irrigate millions of acres of fertile land. The agricultural resources and the scenic beauty of the Boise and Arrow Rock country, will at tract thousands. 10. With a great fall and more wonderful than Niagara, Shoshone '''alls is within five hours of Poca tello, and excup»i°n* to Twi n Fails, the ''Thousand polats-oif interest will run for the benefit of those attending the con test. 11. Water power sufficient for making hundreds of thousands of volts of electric energy flows down 3nake river at American Falls, Blackfoot, Idaho Falls and other points within two hours of this city. Manufacturing Interests are deeply interested in projected dams to be built across Snake river to amplify present power plants to an extent that electric energy will be available in tremendous quantitlese. 12. In Idaho the stock raising in dustry thrives and there are hun dreds of mammoth stock ranches to attract the attention of stock growers from all over the United States. 13. The agricultural resources de veloped and undeveloped of all Idaho are of tremendous value and there is plenty of room for more in habitants. To see a combined har vester drawn by thirty-six horses thru a wheat field of 10,000 acres would alone compensate the visitor, open the eyes of the eastern agricul turist, and provide a wonder to the uninitiated. Incidentally it is part of the pep of the Golden West. 14. In addition Pocatello has made the real bonafide argument for the world's championship contest. The real inducement in money comes from the Pocatello Athletic club— headed by J. Robb Brady, son of the late Senator James H. Brady—which has posted $160,000 in hard cash as a guarantee to bring the event to Pocatello. * ROSE f e- i -e- H-i -e- H- i 'ee- w -e- i -e- i -e- i -e- w The committee-selected to work in the Interest of the proposed electric light line for this community, went around Monday to see how much power people would volunteer to use. The committee consisted of Nels Johnson, U. W. Taylor, Louis Felt, L. W. Gushwa, Albert Gardner and Amos Whitehead. Bishop J. S. Gardner and 3. A. ! I + Golden Opportunities The coming week will bring us face to face with the Victory liberty loan when we will all have another chance to once more prove our loyalty to the best country on earth, America. Your quota will be met more easily if you save on all your grocery orders by buying where quality is high and price as low as possible. Study carefully the following prices which tell you where you can save a little on nearly every grocery article: LARD AND MEAT Swift's Premium hams, per pound ...... Swift's Premium bacon, per pound . Swift's t'icnic hams, per pound . No, 10 bucket pure lard $2.85 SYRUP 10 pound bucket dark Karo 00c 10 pound bucket white Karo ..... Log Cabin (small size) ... 25c Log Cabin (large size) SOAP 10 bars Crystal White soap 59c 8 bars A. B. Naptha soap 48c 12 bars Creme Oil soap ...,95c 10 bars Peet's special toilet soap Palm Olive soap, per bar 10c CANNED GOODS 25 pound box pears, per pound .. 25 pound box apricots, per pound . 15 ounce package seedless raisins . 15 ounce package seeded raisins . 23c .40c .23c .55c .15c .30c .15c We have a quantity of line eastern cheese which we pur chased before the price ad vanced, which we are offering for 30c i»cr pound. .$ 1.00 ONION SETS Red, per pound . Brawn, per pound .15c SUNKIST ORANGES Prices from 35c to 60 c per doz. Lemons, per dozen Don't forget that wo always carry a fresh stock of that good "Old Master" coffee. Try a can with your next grocery order. Your money is cheer fully refunded if it does not satisfy. 50c 15c 30c 18c Sego milk 7 cans for ....$1,00 Carnation milk, 7 cans for ... $ 1.00 Sniilux milk, -7 cans for $1.00 String beaus, 7 cans for $1.00 Tomatoes, 7 cans for Standard corn, 7 cans for $1.00 Blue Label corn, per can 20c Libby's Chille Con Carne 2 cans for ... 4 ounce oysters, 7 cans COCOA 1 pound Hershey's cocoa ....45c 1 pound VVaneta cocoa . 1 pound can McDonald's in stant premium . MISCELLANEOUS Matches, per" box . Camel cigarettes, 2 pack ages for .. Lucky strike cigarettes 2 packages for . Tuxedo tobacco, per can ....15c Prince Albert, per can Velvet, per can . Horse shoe, per pound Star, per pound . Climax, per pound . No. 5 box soda crackers 6 pound net maccaroni Bulk maccaroni per pound 15c Golden Age maccaroni, 2 packages for . Golden Age spaghetti, 2 packages for . Golden Age noodles, 2 packages for . Golden Age vermicelli 2 packages for . Toilet paper, per roll . $ 1.00 35c 55c 25c for $ 1.00 5c Campbell's assorted soups 2 cans for . No. 1 can pork and beans 16c No. 2 can pork and beans 15c No. 2 Yt can pork and beans 23c Tall pink salmon, per can 20c 25c 35c 35c 15c 15c SUGAR, FLOUR ETC 90c 100 pounds sugar . 100 pounds flour .. 9 pound bag Germade 9 pound bag graham flour 60c 10 pound bag corn meal ...,75c E. C. corn flakes, 3 for. 9 pound bag Firth pancake flour . $10.40 ..$5.20 80c 80c 65c 70c 85c 25c 15c 65c 15c DRIED FRUIT 25 pound box prunes per pound . 25 pound box peaches, per pound ... 15c 15c 15c 15c 5c SKAGGS 9 Judd commenced to shear their sheep the first of the week. The mother of Mrs. Peterson ar rived last week to help care for her, but Mrs. Peterson passed away at her home Sunday night at 10 o'clock. The whole community send out * h ~*y sympathy to th. stricken hus band •?4 r -(tifc3ff5h. sW-wrHmd Mrs. Loran Beck have moved into the house owned by J. G. Johnston. U. W. Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Soul and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Felt were entertained at a dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Langley Sunday. Miss Mllldred Felt entertained the faculty and the junior class of the Blackfoot high school at her home Saturday evening. Dancing was the main feature of the evening and everyone had a splendid time. Those present were Misses Judith Nelson, Lueile Park, Ellen McCarty, Mary XI LANPHER The better grade dealers sell Lanpher Hats because they must sell articles in which you, the Pub lic, have confi dence—They're $ 5 HATS Rowland, Maude Carmen, Ester Barrett, Meriam Pearson, Thelma Pepper, Leona Post, Erma Taylor, Janie Williams, Irene Johnson, Blanche Snider and Messrs, Herbert Steffens, Martin Dolan, Prank Wood ward, paries bwope, Thereon Car ruth and Walter Chubbick. Those of the faculty that attended were C. L. Vincent. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. D. Vincent, the Misses Baron, Wood, Graham and Burgraff, Mesdames Shroeder and Caster. Mrs. C. E. Boyle of Blackfoot assisted the hostess with the refreshments, Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner are the proud parents of a baby girl. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Mr. Whitehead and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cox of Black foot spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Sorensen, Mrs. Zinas Norman and daughter Ileen have returned home from a short visit with Mrs. Norman's par- - ents in Utah.