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! Fire insurance, J. H. Early. | adv 26tfi Mrs. Rosa Forbes of Ucon has re turned to her home after spending' several days with her daughter Mrs., Ralph Adair. Mrs. O. F. Smith returned home j Thursday from Pocatello, where shejR has been visiting her daughter. Miss Marie Millick entertained j the Thursday Bridge club. Delicious refreshments were served. Miss Grace Peck returned from Pocatello Wednesday, where she has been visiting friends. j Can you use any of Brans Brothers 1 Thomas H. Scruggs, Hill adv. lltfc i lands? City, Idaho. All of Blackfoot's dentists at tended the state convention of dent ists at Pocatello the first of the week. Dr. Hudson is president and he went down Saturday to arrange the preliminaries for the meeting. Loella Burnett, who is attending the Tech at Pocatello visited over Sunday with her brother John Burnett at Blackfoot. Notary Public. Bank. First National adv. tf. Frank McColley of Rose was dangerously ill with pneumonia the last of the week, but is recovering. J. W. Council and family moved down from Ashton the first of the CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING WANTED WANTED—Always in the market for hogs, beef, veal and poultry. Bring your stuff to the Hopkins Slaughter House or call 237 and we will call for it. adv. 15tfc stenographer WANTED — Expert wishes work beginning May 22, 1922. Address Box 93, Moreland, Idaho or phone 315J2 . adv. 17-4p WANTED—Pruning, fruit trees a specialty, satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 379W. P. O. Box 75. Iltf2p FOR SALE FOR SALE—100 acre farm, five room house, barn, other out build ings, horses and some machinery, good water right, good location. A snap, inquire this office, adv. 12tflp FOR SALE—HATCHING EGGS— pure bred white wyandottes and barred rocks, also good seed pop corn, call 267R. 8tfc FOR SALE—Eggs pure bred R. C. Reds, S. C. Anconas, $1.50 per 15. Good laying strain, E. Prouse, Phone adv. 11-llp 421R2, R. F. D. 3. FOR SALE—One Holstein cow and heifer coming fresh soon. Write Edwin Meiselboch, R. F. D. 2. adv. 12tfc one FOR SALE—No. 1 culls Idaho Rurals for seed. Forrest Bales, phone 413R2, Blackfoot, R. F. D. 2. adv. 18-4p FOR SALE—Duck eggs for hatch adv. 18p ing phone 314J1. FOR SALE—Pure bred barred Ply mouth Rock eggs for hatching $1 for 15 eggs. Phone 409R1 adv. 13tfc FOR SALE—Pure bred barred rock Phone 180W adv. 17-3c chicks. FOR SALE—Dahlia bulbs, seven Phone 180W. adv. 17-3c named varieties. SALE—Call Edward Palace Drug Store. adv. 15tfc HAY FOR Thoresen. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR SALE OR TRADE—One im ported Percheon stallion and six registered Shorthorn bulls, E. B. Coulson, Aberdeen, Idaho, adv. 16-3c FOR SALE OR TRADE—$600 Cal berson player piano for a 1921 or 1922 Ford touring car, must be in good condition, player piano, cabinet and $65 worth of music included. E. J. Miller, Broadview ranch, Spring field, Idaho. adv. 18-3c LOST LOST—Saturday night, April 29 one brown horse with saddle and bridle, six years old, weight 1200, branded flying W on left stiffle, star in forehead. Notify Morris at Black adv. 18-3c foot Feed Yard. MISCELLANEOUS HEMSTITCHING—And Picoting at tachment. Guaranteed to fit any machine. Price $2. Economy Sales company, Billings, Mont. adv. 12-5p FOUND FOUND—Saddle, call at this office. adv. 18tfc FOR RENT FOR RENT—110 acre farm under cultivation, near Riverton, call at adv. 18-2p the office. AVELLS DRILLED WELLS DRILLED—Place orders with J. A. Naillon, Pingree or call Luther H. Day, phone 411J3. adv. 18-5p V' DRS. FLODQUIST & BROWN Chiropractors Lady nurse In constant at tendance PHONE 551MAIN STREET Across from Depot One of the best equipped of fices in the state. AA r e get re sults. Office hours 9 to 12; 1 to 5.30. Evenings and Sundays by Appointment week and will make their home here for the summer. Mrs. Council is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Drollinger. ! There is a new boy at the home of | Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Goff at Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Golf formerly lived at Blackfoot and married Miss Alma Hansen of Pocatello in Decem ber, 1920. I want your complaints on our j optical work if you have any. Dr. O* Young. adv. 17-18 j in Blackfoot this week and likely to make this their home. They are of the Isis theatre. Rolla and Thomas Forbes spent j Sunday in Blackfoot and left Mon-1 1 d ay f 0r the stock ranch. J. E. Ward and wife of Boise are i friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cort Mrs. Thomas Adamson, formerly! Miss Merl Chandler of Springfield,! came up from Park City Monday morning and is visiting her parents at Springfield. Try the Watson garage for gas, oil, accessories and repairs. F. E. DeKay, proprietor. adv. 17tf. W. J. Beachy and H. D. Mac Cosham made a business trip to Idaho Falls Monday. Mrs. Sarah Lyneh of Idaho Falls spent Sunday the guest of the Capps family at Blackfoot. Mrs. P. H. Troutner was in from Pingree to spend Sunday. Mrs. Melvin Peterson and two children went to Salt Lake Monday to join Mr, Peterson, who is em ployed there. Life insurance, Beebe, phone 120. adv. 15tfc J. P. Neff, assistant engineer of the Short Line, was in Blackfoot Monday. Mrs. J. E. Reifl, who has been spending the winter with her son W. L. Reid at Blackfoot, left Mon day for Roy, Utah. Take your work to the Rex Tailor ng and Cleaning Co., 18 W. Pacific adv. 17-4p Dr. Bernhisel of Blackfoot was elected this week a member of the executive council for the state dental association in convention at Poca tello. street. Why not take your work to the Rex Cleanng and Tailoring company, 18 W. Pacific street. adv. 17-4p Mrs. Sophia Jorgensen, who has been visiting her children at Shelley, left Thursday for Wisconsin on her way home to Denmark. Mrs. Otto Fleischer of Arco was in town Wednesday and Thursday on her way to Salt Lake City. Arthur Dore left for Cheyenne Thursday morning on a business trip expecting to be gone three or four weeks. Your earnings are dependent on good, clear eye sight. Do you know Dr. R. O. adv. 17-18 Henry Dunn Jr. leaves Friday morning for Salt Lake City to visit his sister Mrs. Martin Christensen. W. D. Vincent passed thru Black foot Thursday on his way to Twin Falls. W. T. Lindsay, formerly of Black foot, but now of Twin Falls, has been in the hospital there part of the winter, but is in better health now and is out again. J. H. McDonald's real estate office is in the Allcut building opposite the _ adv. 17-18 John Wray and wife and their daughter Mrs. Glenn Forman, went to Logan Thursday to attend the funeral of his sister. Mr. Wray says he is now the only surviving mem ber of a family of fourteen children. They expect to return Sunday. Miss D. E. Osborn, former sales lady with the Kinney company of Blackfoot, who has been for some time at Red Lodge, Mont., was in town Saturday on her way to visit relatives at Chariton, Iowa. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barn stable on April 25, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. m Barnstable are living in Oregon. I have taken over the Watson Garage and solicit auto business and repairs. All work guaranteed. E. DeKay. U Gerald W. Jensen returned from Florida last Saturday, #here he has been on a mission in the interest of the L. D. S. church for the past eighteen months Mr. Jensen has been ill with the influenza and it was necessary for him to give up the missionary work. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jensen. Mrs. Ernest Robbins of Salt Lake is visiting with her son R .A. Rob bins. your eyes are right. Young. cream station. F. adv. 17tf Mrs. S. G. Hale, who has been visiting in Salt Lake for the past month returned home the first of the week. Fire Insurance, Beebe, phone 120. adv. 15tfc W. O. Sutherland of Idaho Falls was a business visitor in Blackfoot Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brown have re turned from Mackay, where they have been visiting. John J. Boyle returned from Salt Lake City Monday, where he was on business. Miss Vesta Dougherty of Black foot and Thomas Gray of Pocatello were married at the Blackfoot hospi tal Monday evening, Rev. Butler of ficiating. Five million school children of the twenty million in this country need glasses now, are you sure your child'B eyes are efficient. Young. J. S. Austin of Topeka, Kan. is visiting at the home of his son N. M. Austin. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Richards of Pocatello are Blackfot visitors. E. M. Epling of Los Angeles ar rived in Blackfot Tuesday evening. Mr. Epling is attending to business matters. D. H. Biethan spent Tuesday in Pocatello. You can't get strong on a weak, flimsy diet. Tone up your stomach. Eat plenty of nourishing food and build up your system. Tanlac does it. Palace Drug Store. Dr. and Mrs. Hoover and members of the medical clinic drove to St. Anthony last Thursday to visit the reform school. Mrs. Hoover and her at Dr. R. O. adv. 17-18 ■ adv. £ :■? . ■M Ml &»■ i Sg W: S m m m M > Sjg i spK : * m ■m. § I n m y. : : -r. I Ij mm 111 m >y 1 $ mm m m <&• I mm ■< a i > y i hi ■ i m mM mm % z m § ?< N lll : 5 m 3* m jSsj M I * HAT'S right this Spring?" may be a perplexing W problem to some men—but that question readily answers itself the moment you see our new suggestions of Spring Stripes, many of the most popular patterns. And such a variety! Truly it's a pleasure to see what we have to offer at value-giving prices. u $ 18 . 50$40 Presenting all the desired models, includ ing the four-button and sport styles. Rowles-)Vl ac h O o I mother Mrs. Brown stopped off at her sister's at Menan and Mrs. Hoover returned with the Doctor that evening. The rest of the party returned to their homes by rail. Mrs. Frank Garvin spent Saturday in Pocatello visiting. Mrs. Genevieve Just of Idaho Falls spent the week-end with her parents. Mrs. L. B. Dustin spent Friday in Pocatello. Everybody who tries Tanlac has something good to say about it. Palace Drug Store. Miss Kate Just of Shelley spent the week-end visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. J. H. Jordan and daughter Mrs. Allred spent the week-end in Idaho Falls with Miss Lily Jordan. "Chub" Henderson of Moore passed thru Blackfoot Monday on his way to Lava Hot Springs to take the baths for a case of blood poison ing that has been troubling him for some time. Charles Cope and a Mr. RoufI of Springfield left for Portland, Ore. the first of the week. A. J. Stevens of Shelley left Mon day afternoon foi; Portsmouth, Ohio on account of the death of his sister there. W. in at past for his of adv. C. the ing try Guard your stomach. It is the foundation of health or disease. The world's most famous stomach medi cine is Tanlac. Palace Drug Store. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christensen of Salt Lake visited her folks at Blackfoot the first of the week. Mrs. Christensen was formerly Miss Blanch Dunn. James Gibbs, one of the members of the city council at Buhl was a Blackfoot visitor the first of the week. WOMEN OF AVOODCRAFT PARTY Last Friday evening the W'omen of Woodcraft entertained at the K. P. hall, each member bringing as many as four guests. They spent the evening in games and songs, dancing and making merry. Refreshments were served late in the evening, followed by more danc ing, and it goes down in the records and memory of Woodcraft as a fine social event. up DEATH OF MRS. VAIL CLEVENGER of Mrs. Vail Clevenger died at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ridd in Brigham City, Utah, April 17, after a short illness caused from throat trouble and was buried in Brigham City April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger have been living at Seattle, Washington for the past two years, where Mr. Clevenger has been attending school. Mr. Clevenger left for Wash ington, D. C. April 1, where he was taking a six weeks course preparing for Internal Revenue Auditor and Mrs. Clevenger was visiting with her parents until Mr. Clevenger received his appointment. Mrs. S. V. Clevenger with her son visited friends in Blackfoot th e first of the week before returning to their home in Tulleroid, Colo., where Mr. Clevenger will visit with his parents befor e returning to Washington, D. C. + BURGLARY AT HOSPITAL The first of the week a report was current in Blackfoot that there had been a holdup at the Blackfoot hos pital and some valuables taken from the head nurse's room. A nurse was found gagged and she reported hav ing been held up while all the others were out. There were some weak spots in her story, and it finally developed that she had put up the whole job herself and planned to leave with the stolen goods in her possession. She was very penitent after the fail ure and it was arranged that she should be allowed to leave without being prosecuted, and permitted to try making a new start in life, seemed to be one of the many cases where a girl's hankering for finery got the better of her and came near bringing her to prison. It NOTICE School district No. 7 will receive bids for installing a furnace in the school house. Bids will be received up until June 1, 1922. Call J. D. Jensen, phone 287J1 for specifica tions. . W. R. CHRISTENSEN, Clerk. adv. 18-19-2021 HAPPY MAY PARTY Sometimes one concludes that we have only three seasons as nature's best gift, and then comes spring that we are unable to class, for it usually holds so much of winter, which yields ungracefully with snow and hail, drizzle and frost, to the mellowing influence of sunshine and season. of our society ladies defied the ele ments by planning a thoughtful "May party" with which to usher in the month with appropriate glad ness. This year, however, some The K. P. hall was indeed colorful with a hundred or so gay gowns and happy faces, playing earnestly at bridge whist or beaming with pleas ant greeting over work with needle and hook while the afternoon of May 1 measured the hours. Music was also feature. We are indebted to Mrs. Eldredge, Mrs. Millick, Mrs. MacCosham and Miss Millick for casting this delight ful spell over the weather and the hearts of their guests. + MOLDEN-KIRLEY WEDDING On Monday morning, May 1, Miss Mabel Molden and William Kirley were married at the home of the bride's parents on South University street, the Reverend Father Gresl of the Catholic church officiating. Only members of the bride's family and Mr. Mark Tuohy were present. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Molden and the groom is a Blackfoot man in the em ploy of the railway company. They have gone for a wedding trip and will be at home to their friends at Blackfoot about the middle of May. They will live in the Boyle addition. * CAN YOU QUALIFY? One of the foremost makers of automobile batteries (one of the Big Four) will appoint an exclusive dis tributor in Blackfoot, Idaho. The right man can establish a perman ent, profitable business. Applicant must have good character, ambition, industry and be able to make moder ate investment. Battery knowledge not necessary. If you can qualify write for further information to Mr. Ralph Finch, 268 S. Second East, Salt Lake City, Utah. adv. 18 FORMED HISTORICAL SOCIETY People of southern Idaho met at Pocatello Wednesday to attend a meeting of the Idaho Historical society. Rev. J. D. Gillilan of Blackfoot delivered an address regarding the prehistoric peoples of our vicinity. followed by pictures the screen showing This was thrown on Indian hieryphics found on rocks and cliffs of this region, and address by Mrs. Laura Tolman Scott of Armitage, Mont, on hostoric spots of the west. Dr. Minnie Howard is president and J. Robb Brady is secretary. the an + POWER MEETING The fennual meeting of the stock holders of the Ashton & St. Anthony Power company was held at Black foot on Tuesday. At the election of officers, the same ones were elected to continue in service with the exception of treasurer, serving as treasurer, but resigned due to his moving to Idaho Falls, and H. B. Snodgrass was elected to fill the place. Mr. Young had been * BACK FROM SALT LAKE W. D. Chapman and B. H. Lyon returned from a trip to Salt Lake this week, bringing with them a new Nash touring car for Mr. Lyon. They selected the most modern and most beautiful thing there was in stock, and rode it home. Mr. Lyon also bought some elec trical appartus for the Manhatten cafe,, which he operates. A triple set of waffle irons and a hot plate for baking hot cakes electrically, he is installing in the front window and customers can have them right off the irons. *!• NOTICE t Anyone being bothered by chick ens on their premises call me at 146 or 764. adv. 17-2 ' -4.-: There is a new Son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Clark at Thomas, born on Monday, May 1 at 3 a. m. He was a very small baby. C. F. MOLDEN, Chief of Police.