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IN THE GEM STATE!
"Tlie Women's Civic- c-lii!> of Pocatel- Ï lo is assisting in raising funds for the Bed Cross. Two prominent physicians of Poca tello last week left for Georgia to Join tlie medical corps. A drive on slackers who failed to register for military service is to be started immediately by tin- state gov ernment. Tlie lodges and secret societies of Boise, as well as the patriotic organi zations, have been invited to enter tlie Fourth of July parade. A southeastern Idaho lied Cross conference which was attended by rep resentatives of ten county committees, «vas held at Pocatello June 111. William Drury passed away at ids home in Nampa last week at the ripe age of 81 years, tributed t His death was ut ailments incident to old age. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar lon Simpson of Five Mile was quite badly scalded on Hie arm and side by pulling a kettle of hot water off the stove. it is announced that the Idaho na tional guard would have been on a war footing a number of months ago if the orders had not been received from Washington to slop enlistments. Carload shipments received by the railroad in May, 1916, at Boise, num bered 528. and for May, 1017, were 700. or an Increase of 232 cars, an average increase of over seven car loads a day. Order No. H, issued by the head quarters, department of Idaho, Grand Array «f the Republic,, sets the date for tlie thirteenth annual department meeting of the G. A. it. for Boise June 39. 20 and 21. The Boise High School class donat ed tlie proceeds from their class play to the Boise Red Cross, instead of using them, as has been done in for mer years, for scholarships in the Uni versity of Idaho. Every effort is to he made by the Pacific Fruit Express company, which to ship furnishes refrigerator curs pers In tills territory, to take care of the tremendous fruit crop scheduled for Idaho in 1017. Under arrangements just completed, Nampa is to be the point at which the big southern Idaho meeting for the of working up interest in the held purpose "Evergreen Highway" will about the middle of July. he Oneida county registered 048 men. 'Hie federal government estimated that It would register 900. Elmore county .reported a registration The federal government that it would register 770. Every mau iu F company, Idaho na tional guard, from scribed for a $50 Liberty bond, accord ing to a letter received from tula of the company, on duty "some where in the United Stales." N. A. Messenger and Billy Wilson, riding a motorcycle, were victims of n serious smashup at Nampa when they ••rushed into tlie car of R. D. Arnold yat the Intersection of Twelfth street and Second avenue, in front of the of 5SXJ men. estimated Lewiston suh lie cup city liai). Henry L. Finch and Duhach Broth ers, prominent wool their wool clip at Soda Springs, slsting of about CÜ0Ü fleeces, man Brothers, a ecru of Des Moines. Iowa, per pound was tlie price paid. One of tlie finest dairy herds in Ban nock county was recently sold for beef at prices averaging close to $100 per head, and it is this high price which sell, notwithstund conditlons growers, sold con to Shur mauufacturlng con Sixty cents induces owners lug the fact that pasture were never better than at present. a The state supreme court lias placed volumes of law an order for 2000 books for tlie law library to lie in stalled in Pocatello, of the legislature appropriated $5000 for this purpose, with the understand ing that the housing of the library is to be cared for by Bannock county. Fully 3000 persons took part in a ■celebration at Paul on June 14, partiel The last session pated lu by beet growers, sugar manu facturers, Red Cross members unci other patriotic citizens. .siou was lu tlie first place a celebration in honor of tlie big sugar factory which is being built there by the Eccles interests and also ia honor of Flag day. The Woman's club of Mackay has been asked to supervise tlie work of the "Horae Patriots," an organization which is planting three acres of land in the Burnett field, which it will put under irrigation ; and when all is planted, certain plots of ground will be allotted to boys of the town, who will care for it under tlie supervision of an expert. K. R. Bennett, field horticulturist with tlie agricultural extension depart ment of the state university, lias re turned to Boise from a trip through the potato growing districts of the state. that the potato yield is going to bo large this season since crop conditions are good all over southern Idaho. Samuel Rous, aged 9, was shot through the abdomen while playing an alley in Pocatello. Tlie responsi bility for tlie shooting has not been placed, it not having been definitely learned who fired tlie shot. Tlie boy is getting along nicely. A. E. Thompson of Gooding and Chris Jensen of Kexburg have been selected by the governor to serve with himself on the committee to prepare exhibit from Idaho for tlie Golden Spike exhibition to be held at Ogden in 1919 in commemoration of the com pletion of the Union Pacific in 1807. The occa He says tlie indications are MU PRESIDENT MENOCAL INAUGURATED IN HAVANA I I I il l ia MS ÿr rjç&m a lâe •' lü m 'f; 1 .■X:a ■■■ I ■Hi •Hi iiH mm. m -»Tv * 1 m2 'rii >•>; mm Hi m Hi; HiS iiS H. m S ■ '■■■■ ■ v v Ss 8 «0 55 ÜHi - 1 i considerable The illustration Menocal and mera Marlo Menocal was re-inaugurated as president of Culm with ceremony. President Gen. shows tlie inaugural parade on the famous Maleeon in Havana, and, at the right, hers of his cabinet reviewing the procession. CHANDLER SIX NOW, at $1395. After June 30th, $1595 n/ v 1 1 mi r ' r MS c- J J p K \ ll r t Ai u S3: v) ■ : S' t I \ nlr \ V V \ A V, iP » 7 / . » This Great Car "Will Be Continued, Identically The Same, TVt Advanced Price Men familiar with automobiles knozv this is true. That is why Chandler has gone to front-rank position among medium-priced cars. The present price cannot con tinue. It must be materially ad vanced- It must be advanced $200. At the new price of $1595, effec tive on and after July 1st, the Chandler will still offer excess value. The present series model will be continued identically. There will be no change of any nature in design, construction or equipment. For a few more days only, the Chandler price remains $1395. At the close of business June 30th the price becomes $1595. It has always been a basic part of Chandler policy to keep the Chandler price low. We have kept it low. We have sold the Chandler car for hundreds of dollars less than cars of similar quality. At the present $1395 price, there is no other six comparable to the Chandler in design, equipment and performance. Out of our regular June allot ment of cars we will fill all orders possible at the present price. But orders must be placed now, sub ject to our ability to make delivery prior to July 1st. 7-passenger Touring Car, $1395. 4-passenger Roadster, $1395. 4-passenger Convertible Coupe, $1995. 7-passenger Convertible Sedan, $2095. Luxurious Limousine, $2695. (All prices f. o. b. Cleveland, O.) i Come Choose YOUR Chandler Today t AARON MOTOR CAR COMPANY 305 Shoshone South Phone 218 Twin Falls, Idaho CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, Cleveland, Ohio BURR1LI URGES USE OF tobacco in campaign Nicotine a Necessity for the Killing of Aphis and Insects Carrying Fire Blight, He Says. Many apple and pear growers fail to realize Uiat black leaf 40 tobacco must be added to the apple worm or codlin moth sprays to kill aphis, and other sticking insects which carry fire blight. Checking blight thus indirect 1 ly 1s less costly than the present anti ! septic pruning method, and at the same time hits the progenitors of the j clover aphis hordes which winter on fruit trees. It appears probably that i thrlps may be checked by early to 1 bacco sprays on apple, of interest to clover growers, since these insects work clover aphis in reducing the clover seed yield three-quarters or ! more. Astonishing success has also been obtained with tobacco sprays in ! tlie Vasima Valley 1 moth. For I backyard gardens and home orchard trees, the city dw-eller should lay in ; supplies of bug munitions in advance, ) if only a few ounces of black leaf 40, ï as well as Paris green and hellebore, Phone the Farm Bureau of Prof. Bur j rill, 761-j, If you don't know when to ; use them. Gabel these diabolical ; drugs "poison" and keep out of the ! hands of children. in killing codlin crop preparedness in . People Read This Newspaper 1 That's why it would bo profitable for you to advertise in it If you •want a job If you want to hire somebody If you want to sett something If you want to buy something If you want to rent your house If you want to sell your house If you want to sell your farm If you want to buy property If there is anything that you want the quickest and best way to supply that want is by placing an advertisement in this paper The results will surprise and please you l\