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Received July 17
John McBride and mother have
gone back to Hyrum, Utah, after
visiting for some time with her son
and grandchildren.
Dr. Young, the eye specialist,
passed thru Moreland Sunday.
John Wheeler and family re
turned from the reunion at Soda
Springs the first of the week.
, Mr. Johnson and family from Po
catello have been visiting his father
Mr. Johnson proprietor of the pool
hall at Moreland.
Will Ellis from American Falls is
here on a visit.
Arnold Kent and wife visited here
last week.
Claud Goings and family went to
the hills Tuesday.
Mrs. Burten McBride and children
have returned from Sterling, where
Mrs. McBride has been to see her
mother, Mrs. Jones. She reports
that the grasshoppers are very bad
in that section.
The Relief society meeting held
Tuesday was well attended.
Mrs. Rodney Farnsworth was
pleasantly surprised Sunday, July 9
when her sisters Mrs. Ruth Black
and Miss Veta Alger and brother
Dan Alger of Provo, Utah drove in
for a visit.
Rodney Farnsworth has been
putting up hay at Port Hall the past
week.
Miss Ruby Fumlss is visiting in
Pocatello for a week or two.
Delbert Robins went to Pocatello
on business the last of the week.
Glen Crouch and mother have re
turned from 'Aetna, Wyo., where
they have been visiting and report a
splendid time.
John Wheeler left Sunday morn
ing for Ogden, Utah.
Gustiss Furnts8 made several
trips to Pocatello last week.
Mrs. Ellen Wheeler from Wapello
was visiting at the home of Mrs.
Calvin Wheeler last week.
Mrs. Lewis Robins and family will
make a trip to American Falls the
last of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison McKnlght
and son Neal motored to Idaho Falls
the last of the week.
Mrs. Elisa England spent the
week-end at Blackfoot.
Henry Hammond has gone to
Spencer to work.
Miss Sorenson from Pocatello
was at Mrs. Hyrum Grimmett's to
spend the week-end.
Mrs. Rodney Farnsworth's little
son Max was run over by a team
and wagon the last of the week and
his leg was hurt quite badly, but
nothing serious.
Elmer Farnsworth was in Black
foot on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker spent
the afternoon and evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Vergil McBride Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Richardsoh of
Pocatello were guests at the Christ
ensen home on Sunday. They
motored back to their home in the
evening.
Miss Virginia Jordan of Idaho
Falls spent the week-end with her
grandfather.
Elmer Farnsworth Jr. and Jerrie
Hatch motored to Arimo last week.
Miss Mabel Ferrell was operated
on in the Pocatello hospital last
Thursday.
Mrs. George Ferrell and children
spent Sunday at Soda Springs.
Frank Grimmett spent the week
end with his family.
Ervin Christensen spent Sunday
at home.
Miss Lucile Thomas was a guest
of Mrs. William McKnight Sunday.
She returned to Pocatello with J. J.
McKnight in his car.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Wray Friday and
left a fine baby girl. Mother and
baby are doing well.
Mrs. Virgie McBride and daughter
Monetta went to Idaho Falls to visit
her sister Mrs. J. M. Jordan for a
few days.
Orson Crouch and A. B. McBride
motored to Ogden to get work on
the road this week.
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Dr. Smith and wife and George
Ball and wife of Pocatello started up
to Grave Creek In a car to spend a
few days with Mrs. Ray Leatham,
Mrs. Ball's mother,
down on the Lincoln Creek hill and
Mr. Ball and wife walked from there
to Leatham's a distance of about
five miles. Dr. Smith and wife spent
the night in the car. Mr. Leatham
came along on his way up from
Blackfoot and fixed the car. They
went on up to Grave Creek and
spent a few days and returned by
way of Bancroft.
The Fourth was celebrated at
Walkers Spring on the Blackfoot
river and everybody enjoyed a pleas
ant day. In the evening some peo
ple from Corral Creek came down in
their cars and a dance was held in
Clarence Bates' house, where over
forty people enjoyed the evening in
dancing and eating ice cream and
cake.
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Mr. Larson of Wapello came up to
the timbers on Grave Creek after a
load of logs. He spent the fourth
here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Murray ar
rived at Grace Creek Friday, July 7.
Mr, Murray is the biological assist
ant of the U. S. department of agri
/ culture. On account of the high
winds they could not distribute the
"poison until Monday, when seven
men distributed, the polsoif over
about 1000 acres of stfte land. The
"farmers of Grave Creek were Very
t glad for this help as it is the first
'"they have had.
Mr. Thomas and Mr. Koerber
-came up Saturday from Fort Hall on
a -fishing trip and returned home
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Ray Leatham returned Sunday
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Mr. and Mrs. Rockwood are the
proud parents of a new baby girl
born July 8.
Mrs. Frank Daniels visited Mrs.
A. J. Daniels last Monday.
Pete McKenna and Robert
Spritzer motored up from Blackfoot
Sunday and spent the day with Mr.
Spritzer's folks, Mr. and Mrs. John
Spritzer.
Walter Smith went to Idaho Falls
on business the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Prophet
went to the valley on business and
shopping Tuesday.
Joseph Jones took a load of wheat
to the valley last Saturday, return
ing Sunday.
Vestal Christensen went to
Goshen Thursday to help his father
with the haying.
There was a well attended dance
at Deer Creek Saturday evening.
Several people went up from here.
Walter Kepllnger and O. E. Hay
den were at John Spritzer's on busi
ness Monday.
Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs.
Brown and Miss Pearl Johnson were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Jones Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Day and family
went to Idaho Falls shopping Satur
day. *
Earl Molten .of Ammon has been
spending the past week visiting at
the Abe Day ranch.
Received Wednesday, July 19
Mrs. John Spritzer, Mrs. A. J.
Daniels and son Arthur took dinner
and visited Mrs. W. J. Smith Wed
nesday.
Mrs. Frank Daniels, Mrs. Kep
llnger and Mrs. Jeffson all visited
Mrs. Johnson and daughter Mrs.
Frank L. Brown of Mountain Home
one day last week.
J. L.-Telford of Idaho Falls was
in this vicinity Thursday attending
to his sheep Interests.
Miss Pearl Johnson and Miss Bes
sie Day gave a very nige and well
attended dance at the Bone school
house Friday evening.
. Miss Lucile Spritzer visited Mrs.
Ezrlah Williams Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Ammon
visited with their son Ezrlah Will
iams Sunday.
Mrs. Frank L. Brown left Satur
day for her home in Mountain
Home, after spending two weeks
with with her mother Mrs. Johnson.
Deputy 8heriif Ezell and wife,
Margaret Ward, Misses Gladys and
Marie Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. A.
F. Daniels and family and Robert
Spritzer all of Blackfoot and Bert
Redick of Idaho Falls were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Spritzer
Sunday.
William Bayer is in the valley
helping put up hay.
Miss Bessie Day and David Day
were Sunday visitors at the Johnson
home.
Miss Pearl Sayer and mother are
visiting Messrs. Thomas and Will
iam Sayer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mirer and
family moved Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Robinson
were visitors at the home of his
father H. C. Robinson last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Staples were Sunday
visitors at Mrs. Wlooley's.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were at
Joseph Jones' Friday to get some
wheat.
Mrs. Ezrlah Williams visited and
took dinner with Mrs. Spritzer Sat
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whitmill of
Shelley are visiting for a few days
with Mrs. Whitmill's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Prophet.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith and
Mr. Campbell all took dinner Sat
urday with Mrs. Breeding and son
Olen.
Denmin Richards hurt hs face
quite badly last Thursday when his
horse fell with him.
Julius Bohn had the misfortune
to take some strychnine by mistake.
It was not serious as he did not get
much and went at once for medical
aid to Idaho Falls.
Mrs. E. M. Baird was shopping in
Idaho Falls Thursday.
Mrs. Johnson and daughter Mrs.
Brown visited Mrs. Frank Daniels
Thursday.
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Miss Ella Anderson went to Arco
last week to help her sister cook
for the hay men. She will return
soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Christensen
from Gibson attended mutual at
Riverton Sunday.
Elders James D. Johnston and
Ashton of Rose were home mission
aries at Riverton and they gave us a
very excellent talk.
Frank Hunter's mother and two
sisters, Mary and Matt, made a short
visit at the Hunter home last week.
The Boy Scouts will attend a
meeting Thursday to plan for their
hike.
The Highline canal broke Sunday
morning and sent the water down
the lower canal and caused lateral B
to overflow on the Pocatello high
way.
Miss Anna Hansen and Luella
Wright were guests at Miss Valitta
Buckley's home Sunday.
The Bee Hive girls wll hold their
meeting at Mrs. Alma Holden's
Thursday at 2 p. m.
When Mr. Ezell was erecting his
derrick recently it got over balanced
and fell on his barn causing some
damage.
Miss Molissa Wright of Blackfoot
and Vivetta Buckley and Luella
Wright were horse back riding Tuest
day evening. Their horses ran away
with them and caused quite a bit of
excitement.
Lial Kofoed is working for J. L.
Robinson.
July Clearance Sales
The radical reductions made on so many lines of quality merchandise for this annual event
has been appreciated by the people of this community.
BUY YOUR SUMMER AND EARLY FALL NEEDS NOW
Footwear
Ladies' Suits
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Ladies' Taffeta
Silk Dresses
Summer Wash
Dress Goods
Look your best at the
Pioneer Day celebration in a
new pair of
Ladies' White Strap Slipers
or Oxfords
July Clearance Sale Prices
$1.60, 91.75, 92.15
92.45
Ladies' Blade and brown
Strap Slipers
93.15 92.25
OXFORDS
Black kid, patent and brown
with military and low heels
93.35 93.15 92.95
92.45
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Have a new dress for
Pioneer Day celebration
from one of these dainty de
signs in figured voiles, or
gandies or lawns.
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Sale Prices the Yard
19*, 22***, 37*6* 45*
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July Gearance Sale Prices
Plain ratines and linenes
Former prices from $15 to
$38.50
Exceptional Bargains
Former prices $17.50 to
$47.50
Sale Prices the Yard
30*. 35*, to*, 60*
32 inch dress ginghams in
pleasing designs
Sale' Price the Yard
32***, 45*, 60*
Ladies' Waists and Coats
Footwear—Misses'
, and , Children's
White strap pumps and
Mary Janes
9 I.OO 91.30 91.45
Black kid, patent and brown
strap pumps and Mary Janes
91.25 91.60 91.80
92.25
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SILKS
JULY CLEARANCE SALE PRICES
Fancy silks for skirts, dresses
and waists. This is a season
when every woman needs a
Children's S umme r fancy silk costume. We now
offer the season's newest sliks
Basement Department
—ALUMINUM WARE
Sauce pans, preserving kettle,
milk pans, colander.
July Clearance Sale Price
Dresses
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July Clearance Sale Prices
Discounted
Barefoot sandals, 'play ox
fords, scout shoes and many
odd lots of 'pumps and
fords at July Clearance Sale Many pieces of good quality
Prices.
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The piece
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All the little girls will wish a
PORCELAIN DINNER new dress for the Pioneer
Day celebration and she will
be well suited from the as
It is a policy with many
housewives to add every
month some piece to the
linen closet. We have placed
many kinds of towels, sheets,
pillow cases and Wearwell
sheetings and pillow tubings
WARE
At July
Clearance Sale Prices
SUMMER HATS
sortment we are showing.
LADIES AND
CHILDREN
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Radically Reduced for
CJosed Monday—Pioneer Day
This
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July Clearance Sale
July Clearance Sale Prices
The Brown-Hart Company
The Home of Popular Prices
Agents for Butterick Patterns
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Mrs. Maude Sanderson was host
ess to the New Idea club last Friday
afternoon. The regular business
meeting was held. A daintty lunch
eon was served._
R. C. Walsworth, auditor for the
Utah Light & Power Co. has been in
our city during the past ten days
organizing the office administration
at this point.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe George of Idaho
Falls were in the city Friday even
ing visiting with Lucile Maguire and
the Sanderson family.
Don Sanderson and his two sons
Dale and Wendell spent the July 4
and 5 on an outing in Island Pajk.
They report having had a very good
time and said the fishing was good.
They were withn ten miles of the
Yellowstone entrance.
Goldie White, assistant cashier of
the Commercial bank is back at her
duties, after having spent her vaca
tion in Denver. She returned
Thursday.
Chris Christensen and Porter
Foster were in Pocatello the Fourth
and saw the Micheals-Myers fight.
George Harrill of the Commercial
Bank was a visitor in Blackfoot
Saturday morning.
J. C. Jones, B. E. Farquhar and
L. W. Norris were in Pocatello on
business matters Friday.
J. C. Jones and family spent the
Fourth in Blackfoot.
A carload of Ford touring cars
was unloaded here Saturday by the
Shelley Auto company. Manager
Kendall says they will go fast, and
so, if you want a Ford buy yours
early.
Mrs. George Harrill left Saturday
morning to visit a short time with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Davidson
of Mackay.
People who spent the Fourth at
Wolverine said the bucking contests
were as good as have ever been seen
in this part of Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Wl J. Mallory were
in Idaho Falls Wednesday on busi
ness matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyce and
children Alta, Beatrice and Theola
Mallory and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Mallory spent the Fourth In Wolver
ine canyon.
L. Ivan Jensen and family enjoyed
the Fourth at Blackfoot.
Mrs. Lucille Maguire Is planning
on starting a class in dramatic art
here In the near future. Her studio
will be in the Masonic lodge rooms.
Sheriff Simmons of Blackfoot was
in the city Thursday on official busi
ness for the county.
Mrs. A. G. Stuart and children
have been visiting with relatives In
Blackfoot during the past week.
R. G. Walsworth and F. D. Moore
spent the Fourth in Blackfoot.
Porter Foster was visiting friends
in Idaho Falls Friday evening.
The farmers in this section are
busy harvesting their first crop of
hay.
L. A. Hartert, wife and daughter
were in town Friday afternoon visit
ing with friends and transacting
buslnesg.
John McGary living near our city
has been very successful in raising
lettuce this year. This is another
crop that will undoubtedly receive
more attention of the farmers as the
vicinity progresses.
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' Received Tuesday, July 11
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Corey spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Corey of Groveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jesperson and
daughter Edris and Mr. and Mrs.
George Tribe of Ogden. Utah, spent
the week-end with their brother
Louis Felt enroute to Yellowstone
park.
George Mason was very ill Wed
nesday night from a bee Bting.
Jacob Ramey and family motored
to Pahsomaerl Sunday and visited
A. A. Zeigler.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silvers spent
Sunday with Mrs. Silver's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Corey.
Mr. and Mrs. Alma Norman
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Zenis Nor
man Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Taylor and
daughter Erma motored to Pocatello
Saturday and from there Miss
Taylor took the train to Twin Falls,
where she will visit for a few weeks.
Loran Beck is helping William
Brush put up his hay.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felt spent
Sunday at the Model farm.
The stork has visited the home of
W. Z. Haitt with a new baby boy.
Miss Ella Gardner is staying at
the home of W. Z. Haitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin 8trong and
son of Salt Lake City spent Satur
day with Mr. Strong's sister Mrs.
Zenls Norman. They are enroute
to Yellowstone park.
Bishop J. S. Gardner and family
and Mr. and Mrs. John Stone of
Kentucky vistled at the Sunnydale
farm Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Christianson
are wearing smiles over the arrival
of a new baby boy, born Saturday.
Mother and babe are getting along
nicely.
Ira Nelson and family and Carl
Nelson and family were guests for
dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Ephrlum
Sorenson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Taylor and
family visited at Riverside Sunday
at the home of Ray Taylor.
Bishop J. S. Gardner and family
spent Sunday at the home of I. J.
Larson of Lavaside.
Mr. and Mrs. John Norman and
family visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. William Beasley of Blackfoot.
Melvin Peterson and Ralf Snow
have gone to the hills to look after
Albert Gardner s sheep for a few
weeks.
Jacob Ramey had his am and
shoulder badly hurt while in Gold
burg. A horse fell on him and tore
the muscles away from the bone.
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Thomas is going to celebrate
July 24 and anticipates the best
time ever had on such an occasion.
A parade will be given by the pri
mary children representing the first
patriotic celebration in Salt Lake
valley. After this there will be a
program. In the afternoon there
will be sports and amusements.
Mrs. A1 Miller of Blackfoot, who
has been staying with her sister Mrs.
Alta Stander for a few days, re
turned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rube Simper spent
Sunday visiting In McDonaldvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Goodwin of
Blackfoot were visiting relatives at
Thomas Saturday and Sunday.
A crowd of young people from
Wapello attended the dance Friday
night.
Terral and Don Rich of PIngree
attended the dance Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd McBride and
Mrs. Carl 'Anderson attended the
funeral of the little Clements boy In
Moreland Sunday afternoon.
What the Farmers
Are Doing
Continued from page three
Jordan had a dry farm in the desert
north on the Lemhi trail, Bunk a
well out there, sold water to the
flock masters for some years, but the
dry farm proved a failure.
William McKnight lives east"7»f
the Moreland townslte and has
twelve acres of potatoes, ten acres
of grain, eight acres of hay and
some pasture.
C. P. Ashton lives above Rose and
below West Firth. He has twenty
five acres of potatoes, twenty-two
acres of grain, forty-five acres of hay
and some pasture land,
garden he raises strawberries, rasp
berries, rhubarb, horse radish, mul
tiplier onions, tomatoes, asparagus,
bantam corn and other things.
Simon Christiansen has fifteen
acres of potatoes, twenty-five acres
of hay, nineteen acres of wheat and
twenty-five acres of Grimm alfalfa
from which he is raising seed.
F. L. McCauley has twenty acres
of potatoes, twenty-one acres of hay,
fifteen acres of grain, three acres of At
corn and in his garden he Is raising
strawberries, raspberries, currants,
gooseberries, rhubarb, horse radish
and tomatoes.
Abel Paulsen lives in a house be
longing to Mr. Christiansen which
they built in 1921. It is built with
a basement and five roms on the
ground floor.
Dave Hitchinson is working"7or
R. E. Hansen and reports one acre
of potatoes, nine acres of beets, j. -
twenty-five of grain and 150 of hay.
Thomas Beebe formerly of Pin
gree is now living at the head of the
American Falls canal and 'Is tending
the head gates and acting as ditch
rider down to a point below Rose.
F. T. Loy lives at the head of the
People's canal and is tending the
head gates and acting as ditch rider
down as far as Moreland, a distance
of about fifteen miles. This is the
second year on the job. He Is em
ployed five months of the year. Mr.
Loy had Influenza a couple of years > V
ago and sever entirely recovered
from it.
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