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Your record and your county's record through all the duties and demands of times has been so splendid that the Council of Defense will make this Victory Loan campaign war An Honor Drive There will be no quota—no personal selling campaign—you will walk up to your bank and buy bonds without being asked—you'll buy enough to put Old Bingham County OVER THE TOP You 11 do this because you're a red blooded American who wants the world to know that this is the most properous and patriotic county in America Bingham County Council of Defense Long Term Rates The Lenient Interest 10 per cent with application on or before May 10 10 per cent on or before July 15 20 per cent on or before August 12 20 per cent on or before September 9 20 per cent on or before October 7 20 per cent on or before November 11 With accrued interest on deferred installment. Maturity of bonds, four years 4f per cent securities to be exempt from state arid local taxation, except estate and inheritance, and partially ex exempt from federal income tax. 3| per cent securities to be issued later exempt from all federal, state and local taxes except estate and in heritance. The two forms will be convertible from 6ne to another at the buyer's convenience. You may pay in full on May 20, after paying 10 per cent on May 10 or before. And afterwards full payment, with interest, may be made on any installment date. STEP INTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK, BLACKFOOT D.W. STANDROD&CO., BANKERS, BLACKFOOT BLACKFOOT CITY BANK, BLACKFOOT THE BANK COMMERCIAL BANK, SHELLEY FIRST NATIONAL BANK, FIRTH BANK OF ABERDEEN, ABERDEEN jH 4' l I * I * M '» * + 1 * 1 »1"M ^ ♦ Legal notices * 4 ♦**+♦*+*♦+•+ ♦ ■' * CE OF AN NUAL SCHOOL MEETING In accord with section 64 of the Idaho school law, all common school districts will hold their annual meet ing for the purpose of electing trustees and transacting other neces sary business the third Monday in April. clerks of common school dis wlll please act accordingly. GRACE FAULCONER County Superintendent. (I ) 3 f HOID than Smallpox, Annr experience ha demonstrated the almost miraculous effl Id harmlessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination, actuated NOW by year physician, you and hily. It Is more vital than house Insurance, jour physician, druggist, or aend for "Hava rTyphoidf" telling of Typhoid Vaccine, hem ua , and danger from Typhoid Carriers. IfTER LABORATORY, BERKELEY; CAL Is vaccines a siauus usoia u. s. coy. uceni. igj m wfggK ■ Ask Your Dealer I Rmkp* ■ Grand Prize Motet M firearms 8 Ammunition 1|| Write for Catalogue THE REMINGTON ARMS U.M.C. CO. INC I m 4 4 4 4 4 4»I4»<4441♦ I ♦ l ♦ I ♦ ? t KIMBALL ♦ i W 4 < 4 < 4' l , » l 4 , M , »;4<4i4l4tfl Mr. and Mrs. James Just of Presto visited at the William Twitchell home Sunday. . A bundle shower was given at the A. Rollins home Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R. Rollins. A very enjoyable evening was en joyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. O. Hepworth of Blackfoot are visiting a few days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johns are the' proud parents of a baby girl, born April 13. Mother and babe doing nicely at last report. Franc Landon was a business visitor. at Blackfoot Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hess and Mr. and Mrs. P. Sessions of Goshen visited relatives and friends here Sunday. James Taylor has returned from Brush creek, where he took some colts for the summer. The Woodruff family are able to be out again after having been suf fering with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. William Halford of Blackfoot visited at the William Anthony home last Sunday. K. Shott of Shelley was a caller at the Dial home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Malm and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anthony spent Sun day afternoon with M. Jensen Sr. of Presto. A birthday party was given at the William Taylor home Saturday after noon in honor of little Elizabeth, it being her ninth birthday. Quite a number of little folks were present, all giving her many pretty as well as useful gifts. Games were played, after which dainty refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Heaton were shopping at Firth last week. James Nielson was a business visitor at Blackfoot one day this week. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the probate court of the County of Bingham, State of Idaho. • In the matter of the estate of Oren F .Smith, deceased. Notice is hereby gi ven by the undersigned administratix of the estate of Oren F. Smith, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against, the said de ceased to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to said administratrix at the office of George F. Gagan, room four, Standrod Bank building, in Blackfoot, Idaho, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated this thirty-first day of March, 1919. ESSIE M. SMITH, Administratrix of the Estate of Oren F. Smith, Deceased. adv. 38-6f NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT The Riverside Ditch company, a corporation, principal place of busi ness, Blackfoot, Idaho: Notice Is hereby given, that at a meeting of the board of directors of the above named company, held on Saturday the fifteenth day of March, 1919, assessment No, 75, of $1.00 per share was levied on the captial stock of this company, which is now due and payable to J. G. Bond at Blackfoot, Idaho. Any stock on which this assess ment remains unpaid on Thursday, the fifteenth day of May, 1919, will be delinquent, and will be advertised for sale according to law. J. O. BOND, Secretary the Riverside Ditch Company. Dated April 8, 1919. adv. 39-5 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, April 5, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Christian Mittleider of Blackfoot, Idaho, who on April 1, 1916, made homestead entry, act 6-17-10, No. 023699, for NW% NE% section 22; Stt SE%, NE% SE% section 15; NW% SW%, S% SW% section 23, township 1 north, range 34 east, Boise meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before register and re ceiver, U. S. land office at Blackfoot Idaho, on the twenty-third day of May, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: 'William Stroh, Henry Biermann, Jacob Rudolph, Christ Fechner all of Blackfoot, Idaho. J. T. CARRUTH, Register. 39-6 W. A. BEAKLEY Attorney and Counsellor at Law Practice in All Courts Rooms 1 and 2 Eccles Bldg. Office Phone 163 Highest Cash Prices —FOR— HIDES, PELTS, FURS, AND ALL KINDS OF JUNK Branch of Great Western Hide Co M. VOLPERT Mgr. BLACKFOOT, IDA. Bridge St. Your Credit is Good Furniture, rugs, linoleum, stoves etc. Sole agents Coles' stoves, McDougall kitchen cabnlets. Tour credit is good. Biethans ROYAL NEIGHBORS Meet the second and fourth Wed nesdays of each month. I. O. O. F. hall, No. 60 W. Bridge street. ELIZABETH CAPPS, Oracle. JaiNNIE ROSSITER. Recorder. FLODQUIST Chiropractic Sanitarium Entire building Cor. Bridge and Completely Equipped. Lady nurse in constant attendance. Phone 651. We are in business for YOUR health, not ours. Broadway. AUTOMOBILE OWN ERS TAKE NOTICE Ail automobile and auto trucks being operated on the highways of Bingham county after May 1, 1919 without displaying 1919 license num ber plates will be dealt with accord ing to law. E. T. MALCOM, Assessor Bingham County. H. A. SIMMONS, I Sheriff Bingham County. 38-2f BLACKFOOT TRANSFER Owner Main and Judicial All kinds of hauling, both heavy and light.. Two trucks in service. Phone 634. Dave Hutchinson, Prop. We repair shoes by the Goodyear Welt Shoe Repairing System while you wait Ladies' wor a specialty Now is the time to have your harness repaired and oiled for spring work Blackfoot Harness Shop Leo Henesh FREE During April Only Springer ironing board with every GENERAL ELECTRIC IRON Regular price of board $2.50 Regular price of Iron $6.50 Both for $6.00 cash Idaho Power Co.