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f ? to H"M ' 1 DM . , 1 .- H .' DM , M - M - M " M -- Kfc ■ ! H-H- H - M 1 1 1 - 1 l - i - H '- i - H - H-l -H ! I LOCAL NEWS I Fire insurance, J. H. Early. adv 26tt Mrs. E. B. Mitchell spent Sunday, at Riverside as the guest of Mrs. R. Mitchell. Mrs. Saunders and Miss Martha High spent Sunday at Indian Springs. Money to loan on irrigated farms. J. H. Early. adv. 22tf H. C. Tavey was called to Salt Lake Monday morning in answer to message stating that his brother had died very suddenly and unex pectedly Sunday evening. James Ryan left Monday for New York on his annual buying trip. Tanlac is the result of years of study, experimentation and research by some of the world's greatest chemists. Hence its merit. Palace Drug Store. , , adv - Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ward of Idaho Falls were guests at the home of Mrs. Ward's brother, H. L. Halgren Sunday. N. I. Butts of Logan visited last week at the home of E. T. Jones, who lives west of Moreland. W. L. Young is touring the Yel lowstone park. Mrs. Frank Anderson of Riverton, left Tuesday morning for a six weeks' visit in Hyrum, Utah, her old home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hale arrived in Bladkfoot Tuesday morning to visit with Mr. Hale's mother in Groveland. Mr. Hale left Roseworth, Idaho, near Buhl. Saturday morn a 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. 16tfc WANTED—Pruning, fruit trees a specialty, satisfaction $>m>ML Phone 379W. P. O. Box 76. Iltt2p mail clerks WANTED—Railway want cool room in private house close to station, one clerk each day^ adv. 29p Government allowance, office. WANTED—Hay baling to do. C. L. Burriston, Pingree, Idaho. Phone 412J1. adv. 29-4p WANTED—A good girl for general Call William C. adv. 29 house work. Plant 313J2. FOR BALE SALE >OR TRADE—Dodge screen body delivery car. Gem State Laundry. IFOR Call adv. 29tf FOR SALE—Six room brick house, a good cellar, good well, barn and chicken coop. Three acres of land, fruit trees, apples, cherries, prunes, gooseberries, currants, starwberries, raspberries. Call this office. adv. 2 9-.4 FOR SALE—Alfalfa close to town, at $10 in the stack. Harry Trego. Phone 316J2. adv. tt. FOR SALE—Poland C|hina pigs. adv. 26tf. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR CAR —Three first class heavy work mares, harness and few farm imple ments. 690 W. Bridge St. adv. 26p Phone 409R1 FOR SALE—Oil stove, two hole, Phone 423R11. Mrs. dv. 26-27p with ovens. O. F. Smith. a FOR SALE STRAWBERRIES Two miles west o( Gibson, F Touchot. adv. 26-9p FOR SALE—McCormick or Pee rin g binder in good condition, sell either one. A. W. Quitenberry, Pingree, phone 411J12. adv. 27-3c FOR SALE—Five room modern house, except heat, double floors, pantry, bath and closets, city water and light, connected with city sewer paved street, pavement all paid for. Variety 60 fruit bearing trees. A good small pasture, stable for four head stock. This is without any doubt the cheapest and best located acreage property in the City of Blackfoot. N. J. Thorstenberg. Will on adv. 27tf ESTRAY ESTRAY STOCK—One bay gelding branded Eploa stiffle. One black gelding branded S heart on right Btlffle. One bay gelding branded Z J combined on shoulder. Apply adv. 28tf Morris Feed Yard. ESTRAY—Two black mares, one grey gelding, branded A on left hip, H on left hip, faint trangle on left Bhoulder. Write or phone Charles Shaw, Springfield. Reward. adv. 27tf3p LOST LOST—Betwen my place and town by way of Groveland, two blue serge coats, two and five years. Mrs. W. H. Jackson, R. F. D. No. 1. Re turn to owner and receive reward. adv. 29 DRS. FLODQUIST & BROWN Chiropractors Lady nurse in constant at tendance PHONE 581 MAIN STREET Across from Depot One of the best equipped of Hoes In tbe state. We get re f»a- Office bourn 9 to II; lng and met his wife in Pocatello at ] the home of his daughter. They left Sunday morning for St. Anthony i to visit Mrs. Hale's father, M. M. | ■ Hammond and then came to Black-; from (foot Monday morning. They left ! Monday afternoon to return to their, home in Roseworth. Can you «.e any .1 Bran, Brother,! to lands? Thomas H. Scruggs, Hill j City, Idaho. adv. lltfc a„ Mrs. John Bond returned Monday here from a trip to Portland, where she has been visiting for some time. She; _j accompanied by her daughter j Violet from Montpelier, who will, Mrs. visit with her relatives here fori some time. I of ,a Sa tr to J. . in was Binder twine at Bistline company. adv. 29 | Eva Buriston of Pocatello was in, Blackfoot Friday. Mrs. Gardner of Riverside and son Wesley left Friday evening for Salt Lake City to attend the funeral of her mother Mrs. Peter Jorgensen. Fire Insurance, Beebe, phone 120. adv. 15tfc Dr. and Mrs. David Westwood and son Paul have been visiting here for some time with Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith. Dr. Wlestwood left Friday to motor to his home in Provo. Westwood and Bon will remain here for a longer visit. Stanford and Lynn Babcock, Paul Westwood and Lloyd Clark motored to Idaho Falls Thursday evening. Two teaspoonsful of Tanlac in a little water taken three times a day Just before meals wll make you eat better, feelbettr, sleep better, and work better. Palace Drug 8tore. adv. About twenty-five couples, who were formerly dancing pupils of Mrs. H. G. Procter met with Mr. and Mrs. Procter at the Second ward ball Thursday, evening for a dancing social. The Procters have recently returned from Portland, Ore. Mrs. Procter will leave in a short time for a three weeks' tHp to Salt Lake City and then will return probably for the summer. I have taken over . the Watson Garage and solicit auto business and repairs. All work guaranteed. F. E. DeKay. Mr. Varley of San Francisco was a business visitor here Thursday. George Wilson, the Civil war vet eran who has been very ill the past week, is slowly improving. George Roberts, Clarence Bum garner, Ted Barton, A. Loffgren and George Phillips spent Sunday in the Lost River country. Miss Lucile Bell went to Idaho Falls Thursday to visit with her uncle Nick Burgraf. Life insurance, Beebe, phone 120. adv. lBtfc Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seeger mo tored to Idaho Falls Friday. and Mrs. J. L. Wlgand, Thelma and Roy Wlgand, Fife Bing ham and Leona Byington left Satur day on a week's trip thru the park. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Miller and sons Raymond and Robert, left Sunday on a two weeks' trip thru Oregon and Washington. Laurence Bingham left Sjlunday for Arco to spend a short vacation. Mrs. Tom W. Randall returned Sunday from Salt Lake, where she has been under treatment for dropsey for some time. "Tanlac did what everything else failed to do. it. So will you. Palace Drug Store. adv. Horace P. Fullmer of Tetonia was a Blackfot visitor Friday. Judge J. H. Andersen made a trip to Dubois Friday on profes sional matters. Mrs. Daniel Lyons has been visit ing with her daughter Mrs. A. H. Simmons for a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Reeger of Salt Lake are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hubble. Be it known that Charles H. Perry is not authorized to represnt the Automatic Bearing Machine com pany or Universal Bearing machines in any capacity, due to termination of contract for violation of same. Anyone paying money to him on such representation does so at his own risk. adv. 28-29 Mrs. Leo Hood of Pocatello is the guest of her sister Mrs. L. B. Dustin. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Loos of Leb anon, Ind. are here for a short visit with their daughter Mrs. Wilbur Al len. They left Friday with Mr. Allen for Driggs, where Mrs. Allen and sons are spending the vacation on their ranch. Notary Public. Bank. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Davis were called to Salt Lake Saturday morn ing on account of the death of Mrs. Davis' mother Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Rhodes and daughter Ruth returned Friday from a trip to the Antelope country. T. C. Peterson accompanied his daughter Daisy as far as Pocatello Friday on her way to Casper, Wyo., where she will spend the summer. Henry Giles, Baxter and Temp Hopkins left Sunday for a week's stay in the Jackson Hole country. Money to loan on Irrigated farms. J. H. Early. adv. 22tt The funeral of Mrs. George Miller was held Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Methodist church, Rev. Gillilan of ficiating. James Duckworth has returned from a business trip to Boise. A1 Miller and family left Friday for the W. O. W. picnic camp at Dr. Mack's resort in the Island Park country. Try the Watson garage for gas, oil, accessories and repairs. F. E. DeKay, proprietor. adv. 17tf. Fred Seeger, Frank Berryman and Judge Andersen motored to Mackay for a day of fishing Sunday. Earl Weaver, Judge Adair and E. W. Whitcomb returned Sunday from Salmon, where Judge Adair has been holding court. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Burggraf Jr. and son Bobbie from Idaho Falls spent Sunday at the Burggraf home in Blackfoot. Mr. Cort of the Isis theatre, mo tored to Salt Lake Tuesday on busi Irs. _ but at and ing for n is a in adv. 17tf Mr. Thousands have said g of First National adv. tf. a on a a 29 ness. Walker Davis returned Tuesday from Farmington, Utah, where he and Mrs. Davis went to attend the funeral of Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. Samuel L. Gregory. Mrs. Davis will return the latter part of the week. j, g. McClellan returned Friday from a trip to Arco. He has been placing signs along the road for Seeger-Bundlie store. He intends to leave Monday to continue the work to Mackay. Mrs. McAtee, Misses Mary McAtee Ba a„ d Mary Newman of Twin Falls are here visiting with Mrs. Margaret Ward. . _ ... rs. Blanche Christensen ®a Lake is here visiting her mother Mrs. Henry Dunn. . . John Nelson and S. E. Erickson of Firth were Blackfot visitors Wed nesday. Miss Anna Clive °* Salt Lake ar rived here Saturday afternoon for a yg week's vis t with her brothers, Will ,a ™. and Clifford Clive. , Miss Jennie Tuesday, from a two months visit to Sa lir,T,, e ' t a tr C1,V a Vern Miller and Pete Rl|ey motored |Q to Arco tor * ®alil 0 R trip aSturday evening. They ' Teturned Sunday, j evening with their limit of fish and,.. reported a fine trip. . J Money to loan on irrigated farns. t J. H. Early. , u J ~ . H o, rr3 L S , 8 ® n ° f in Blackfot visiting on Wednesday. _ ...__ They are on their way to Stanley Basin for a camping trip. . .. ' ^ d v M i' mi p Klrkpatrick and Owen Jones mo tored to Firth Sunday. Tom Price, formerly of Blackfoot, but now of Arco, died Tuesday night at the home of W. L. Brown. The body wll be shipped to Malad for burial. He leaves a wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. Keller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dixon motored to Wolverine Sunday. Mrs. Violet Baker is visiting her mother here. Mrs. Lillian Pervls has accepted a position at the Golden Rule store. Parley Fackrell of Rich was a Blackfoot visitor Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Robertson returned Monday from an extended visit in' Ogden. Cecil Robertson left Monday even ing for Ogden to work. Mis Melva Lindsay left Tuesday for Ogden. Eddie Greenan returned home Sunday evening. Ralph Johnston left Wednesday mornng for Jackson Hole, Wyo. Alex Coleman of Rexburg is visit ing in Blackfoot. Philip Dance of Thomas was a Blackfoot visitor Tuesday. Vest Long and family have moved n from Arco and are living at the Harmon place on East Bridge St. Robert Bell was in from Boise Thursday. Pete Riley and Ross Chalmers re turned Saturday from California. Archie Kennedy spent the week end with his parents in Blackfoot. Frank Micheals of Plngree spent the week-end in Blackfoot. Archie Kennedy and the Misses Elizabeth Kennedy and Barbara Webb motored to Indian Springs Sunday. M. J. Ropp of Pingree is in Black foot being treated by Dr. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barrer and Mrs. Killian left Sunday morning for Jackson Hole for a few days outing. Miss Nolda Johnston is visiting her sisters at Arco and Mackay. Mr$. Delaney of Memphis, Tenn. is visiting her daughter Mrs. Wesley LaCour. Miss Margaret Andrews of Idaho Falls was a Blackfoot visitor Satur day and Sunday. The Misses Stella and Melva Lindsay and George Marshall and Irvin Carter motored to Wolverine Sunday. A. A. Bingham of Riverside was a Blackfoot visitor Saturday. Hugo E. Johnson of Pingree was in Blackfoot Saturday. Misses Margaret Jones and Eva Boam of Pocatello spent the week end in Blackfoot. Miss Rosalyn Baron was a Poca tello visitor Thursday. Miss Marie Milllck left Saturday evening for a few days visit in Ogden and Salt Lake. Arthur Baron was a business visitor in northern Idaho last week. Eva Burriston left Saturday after noon for her home in Pocatello. Mrs. A. C. McDonald visited in Pocatello Monday. Mrs. Lydia Watson and Miss Vivienne McDonald motored to Rexburg Monday for a few days visit. 2 Orson Packham left Sunday for Rexburg, after spending the week end here. Miss Jennie Hymas was an Idaho Falls visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Wernrlck spent Sunday at Idaho Falls. Miss Genevieve Just spent the week-end here with her parents. Mrs. Martha LaRocque was a Blackfoot visitor Sunday. Ford Fjeldsted of Presto has re turned from Oregon, where he has been attending the agriculture col lege at Corvallis. He is visiting for a short time with Edgar Fjeldsted. BRIDGE AND KENSINGTON Mrs. E. W. Enlow entertained at a pleasant three-table bridge tea and kenslngton at her home on North east Main street Friday afternoon. The dining room was elaborately decorated with Shasta dasies while a number of boqufets of beautiful roses adorned the other rooms. A two-course luncheon was served, the hosteBB being assisted by Mrs. E. Benson, Mrs. F. 'A. Martin of Boise, Mrs. C. E. Jackson, Mrs. W. C. Johnson and Miss Dorris Dunn. Miss Edna Capps won the high score bridge prize and Mrs. T. G. Mays was presented with the Kens ington prize. + NURSE SEEKS ENGAGEMENTS Mrs. Earl Rogers, flraduate nurse and skilled in hydrotherapy (water treatment) and massage, is at Blackfoot for a few weeks and will render profesional service. Phone 575. IN THE DISTRICT COURT In the case of the First National Bank of Firth vs. Ruby Nelson, tlie court found for the plaintiff m the case of the First National Bank of Firth vs. D. A. Bybee, the court found for the plaintiff. £ T D MOT STw »SS Ba n k 0 f B iackfoot the defendant's motlon fop non . 8Ult was gr i nte d. Jn the ca8e of the western & Hawaiian Investment Co., Ltd. vs. Gerhard Schroeder, a decree of fore closure was gran ted. A decree of foreclosure was granted in the case of W. O. Brown Real Estate Mortgage company vs. John F Gustin and G. G. Wright. In the cage of Bessle Klrk p atr ick yg Carl Klrkpatrick a decree was entered , n fayor of the pIalntiir . i n the case df Juliaett Carson Day vs. W. S. Karksdale and A. H. glmmon8 Bherlfli the plaintiff was Riven ten days to submit a brief and the defendants were given ten days |Q wMch tQ angwer , t< In tbe case of Mars Jacobson vs, j R stocklng the court found tor and,.. J inthecase of T. W. and L. O. t company vs. D. A. Morgan, the execution was ordered vacated and the sheriff to release the levy, of be out and up good can part will hold will the his in the case of the Phoenix Mutual LJ(e j n8urance company vs. Sam B. ' Dalton, the court found for the p 1 * 11111 * In th ® Bum ° f * 1600 wlth of 7 per interest from November 1, 1919 to Novem ber 1, 1920, 10 per cent interest from November 1, 1920 to July 6, 1922, or date of judgment, $8 ab stract fees, $250 attorneys' tees and $47.20, the cost of suit; the mortgage to be foreclosed and the property sold. In the case of Leon J. Chapman vs. A. Rivas et al the defendants motion for a new trial was denied. In. tbe case of the First National Bank of Firth vs. Charles M. Allen, the court found for the plaintiff in the sum of $037.50 and attorneys' tees of $110. In the case of R. R. Dancliff vs. Wiliam ParrlBh, et al, the setting for the trial was continued. In the case of John F. Monson v% A. H. Simmons, sheriff, and the Fed eral Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the matter is to be taken under ad vertisement pending submission of briefs by the respective parties. vent ities day, as a a in' a free in she and so it old tho girl by the + ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS Blackfoot, Idaho, July 20, 1922 Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Blackfoot Farmers' Milling Co., Ltd., will be held in the Com mercial club rooms at Blackfoot, Idaho,' Thursday, Aug. 10, 1922, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing seven directors and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. _ H. HENDERSON, Secretary. adv. 29-30131 A Clearance Sale with Cost Forgotten -We are determined not to carry over one dollar's worth of summer cottons. To accomplish this we are doing something unprece dented: And in the midst of the wash goods season I This Is Your Opportunity U. S. government re for higher cotton prices are surely coming, ports show a shortage in crops of approximately 4,000,000 bales Notification of advance in future prices has already this season. been received— But We are going to move every yard of summer wash goods at dras tically cut prices and, in our opinion, far lower than you will see for some time. A wise woman will buy now, and generously, for present day as well as future needs. 40 inch voiles, 60c values, sale price. 40 inch voiles, 75c values, sale price. 32 inch tissue gingham, 75c value, sale price .. 36 inch dotted swiss, $1.65 values, sale price 32 inch Jap crepe, 45c values, %ale price. i off on all summer white goods 35c 59c 59c 98c 29c I .4 Kinney Mercantile Co Always Reliable tt fl Idaho Blackfoot FREE CHILDREN'S CLINIC On July 20, 1922 Dr. A. H. Mc Farland will open in his offices a free clinic for children from the County of Bingham between the hours of 12.30 and 5 p. m. Children up to the age of ten will be examined free of charge and any irregularity will be given care weekly at his hands. This service is being given thru out the entire country by groups of physicians, where such are located, and in the smaller cities individual physicians are taking the good work up and are doing so, not from a financial standpoint, but for the good welfare of the growing Ameri can boy and girl. The visit to the clinic does not in volve the least obligation on the part of the parent, but as many cases will be given attention on the designated dates as the time will permit. It is the aim of Dr. McFarland to hold these clinics weekly during the coming year and visiting physicians will be present from time to time to assist in the good work, and as the world knows preventive medicine is the greatest subject of scientific work today, he feels he is but doing his duty to his profession and to bis tellowmen by the establishing of this clinic. Osteopathy has done more to pre vent disease by the correction of physical and anatomical irregular ities than any known science of the day, and that is why the osteopaths as a whole are the instigators of the adv. free children's clinic. + GROVELAND GIRL SPEAKS FROM PACIFIC Mrs. Lester White, formerly Miss Grace Bingham of Cleveland, lives in Oakland, Calif, and -on Monday she was probably feeling a little homesick, for she rang up the old homestead at the home of Mr. and rMs. E. N. Bingham at Groveland and had a little chat with the mem bers of the family. She said it had seemed as if she were a very long way from home and so she got them on the line and their voices sounded so good and so near it seemed almost like being back in old Groveland again. To Mr. and Mrs. Binghanr her voice sounded so good and so near it seemed also as tho they were about to have their girl in their arms"again. Oakland is 934.7 miles from Blackfoot as one travels it by rail by way of Ogden. By consulting tbe schedule of the rates "of the tele phone company we find that for a three minute talk between Blackfoot and Oakland th price is $5.10 plus the war tax. There is no rae for a conversation of less than three min utes. The presumption is that it is worth about $5 to get the line con nected for a great a dstance as that and a lower rate for one minute would not be profitable. _ SURPRISE PARTY Thursday evening twenty Bee Hive girls under the leadership of Miss Huish surprised Mrs. E. L. Egll at her home on N. Shilling. The girls presented Mrs. Egli with a beautiful trench locket and a two course luncheon was served which consisted of hot chili and cantaloupe sundaes with wafers and cake, and was served by Miss Vivienne Mc Donald and Miss Inez Buttcane. Dancing, singing and social chat were enjoyed during the evening and all had a splendid time. + IN HONOR OF VISITORS Mrs. Jack Stone entertained at a pleasant "500" party Tuesday even ing in honor of Miss Beryl Johnson, who has just returned from Geneva, Switzerland and IS visiting old friends and class mates in Blackfoot. The home was beautifully deco rated with shasta dasies and baby breath, prizes were awarded to Mrs. C. S. Beebe and to Mark M. Farmer of Firth. After the, games Miss Johnson who has been studying Eurhythmies in Geneva, gave a very Interesting talk on conditions there and showed the guests many pictures of Geneva and Switzerland in general. The hostess was assisted in serv ing refreshments by Mrs. Margaret Ward and Mrs. Frank Silene. + MINISTERS VISIT POCATELLO Dr.- David G. Wylie of New York City, for many years pastor of one of the leading Presbyterian churches of that city, now corresponding sec retary of the Presbyterian board of church erection, spoke Sunday at the Pocatello Prebyterlan church. Dr. 'A. B. Keeler of Seattle, Wash oc cupied the pulpit at the evening ser vice. These ministers are on their way to Bellevue and met with the Poca tello Presbyterian at the Bannock hotel Saturday night. The matter of a new church building for Poca tello >as discussed and the visiting ministers assured the board of all the assistance possible in building the new edifice, which has been planned for two years. + WHEELER REUNION The Wheeler families of eastern Idaho held a reunion at Lava Hot Springs on the sixth and seventh of July, there being about 130 persons present. They spent two days to gether and then returned to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. England and their families and Mrs. Marion Wheeler went from Moreland. + MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses were issued at the court house last week to Minnie M. Shaw and John W. Lee and to Hanora Sullivan and Loyd J. Will iams.