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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1921, Soda Springs, Idaho i r 1 I J C I I J IDAHO THURSDAY Mr and E enter their home Monday were Mr ead N Bnell and Mess s Wta Kjd Hal Forayth v w WINNERS HDW CO by Che In Big Fish which a short time ugo hate aa of v dofer fly rod a two Reel go d large w s Hue trout fifes was won K M ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF PASSING WORTHLESS CHECK i j I -On Sunday of thla week Sheriff P A McCOnkie from Rock with Howard to dinner H Davis motored at China Hat Mr and Mra at a Bn tana where he of the on issued tUcen custody at that place upon advice of the sheriffs twelve ounces The prize teen wott by The Rita Butler j H test Sunday beore returning Mr ana Mrs T W aad Mfes Sterrett spent In LeVa Sunday Springs and returned home xm Woodall Jr a fish weighed five pounds an- butic i The main rule Montana where Mr hafl afte by our en- James was taken to the hospital to Milton L charged wMi passing a und rJ and beating a room De Tooele Utah The Tooele Utah The be married in the Salt Lake I Howard owed M P Lawrence for and when Pie today Milton returned and when w Q headquarters in o bV Howard to her home about the was called before returned Judes Wi a w-s that their services Thursday with to the Soda Springs hospital AS Henry K who Judges Was Howard plead la Get your Davis Monday to the charge and drugs at Sunday a CENT SALE at The the lafet Sunda all D is the tendance Sunday Of the perfect r t- Drug Store on OCf OBER fie pupils who and 12th lave not been absent school dining the will a silver Evening service at Invited Mrs William been in town for the eight The the Odd Fellows their at a banquet in the L O O F on cf last week An excellent A M wae In town Monday o'clock on f Have you paid n h two weeks ago to received an injury to his received when he on a load of but plead to defraud fell upon a pitchfork died fuesday afternoon at o'clock one dollar and to which The Devir Is The Devil is Not the fiery-eyed monster ing cinders from his ncse or ing his his devil j is a human friend your He s ie leers He mocks he He he taunts He advises he sur By wily brain and this his makes t L P Carr bus received word tram and is son Elite who IB a j at j iO il I I ri C four children the College at Walia Walla was rendered by ttie Rebec J A was appointed master and gave talks on served to the people were pre- I Shupe Helen the week-end In Dell Root and T A Sterrett returned home from Hood Oregon The ladies three data nt from his near the t He his Miss for 43 years Uy 1110 j 1 services will be conducted meeting house at Friday Ell to is tak Friday afternoon itas a Course of study in mechanical i engineering H of Bancroft with her -j f The Aid Society of the gave a the White Cafe building last NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION Department the U S 7 i iasi i Department or tno Interior US Sterrett since the of Friday bundred Idaho last week to her on for the ladles re- NO 17 I is 17 v proprietor is hereby given NOTICE TO of Bancroft Cafe gave a of Waho who on f L I 1 1 1 ft 1 ft Jl home at Waco Oregon Estate Of E Deceased is heli eby by is save 3 the Mr -nd Mrs to this cause jll R Pendleton Round-Up signed Betsey Rudd executrix of th of CHarles E Rudd deceased o the cf and c 11 persons haying ceased to exhibit them necessary vouchers after the publication of this mites north of report a most enjoyable Mr and 8 B Matthews Mr Horseman when Ml s T MT j Miss Evelyn spent the iv considered th t drew considerable notice to the said Betsey Rudd ex- was a Soda r VlO head carpenter at with her parents Mj and Mrs es h Mrg J A apd W W trip They returned home Sunday SEASON'S THE D S CHURCH The season's activities in the ferent societies of the L D S church in city will commence a Social in the Meeting House on evening September 29 to ur art the office of ber attorney Jay purchasing lumber and materials R J Dygert in Soda Springs County for use Mr r r visitor Satur Salt of of Idaho the business said estate Executrix FOR PUBLICATION Department of the United ni Ol for use ITii O s of this city returned to your you may for- the mine The White Miss left on No 17 Monday for she will attend school this winter States Land Office at Blackfoot Have you paid your Idaho 24 1921 may for- -is hereby given flit William H Gardner of Soda Springs Lettie 1915 in town With her seriously borne Logan Utah where she a few days visiting relatives rnd Mrs Robert Anderson of visitors in Springs last ler No flight The I A a con- joint program on evening ship 7 South Range 42 October 2nd snd an opening program Meridian has filed notice of on evening October 11 to make The Bee Hive and other to les of the church are also ex- tr preparations for this season's prettiest pattern A d nee it Conda 1 st day evening The Big Four orchestra of furnished the music IO Luc fore D K McLean U S The Ladies Aid Sam a Pocatello Section 14 NW Section 23 Township 6 South Range 42 East Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof to establish claim to the land above described before D K McLean U S at Soda Springs Idaho on the day of October 1921 Claimant aa Arthur C Swanson of Soda Springs Idaho Vernon O Swanson of Soda Springs Idaho James eiv of Henry Idaho Colin Chester of Henry Idaho George Small tnade a tup to Ogden the the week of cattle to his home here White with Art Comt Miss Is her variation at D me Jiju i OI at Soda yaho on the 4th day at the of parks is employed a in the 1 T A K n A Claimant as Georse S fien Johnson J A en after- at Burley Idaho and waa SneH and E cf Soda Springs Idaho d a V at HUU week ard nurse to the Soda Springs R E Ferren as About a JO were Mrs E J T CARRUTH RUTH wh g con Register Pn siHt and the dwa Mrs J re- i Charles Cheney of Montpelier is connected with the Salt Lake were present Mrs interesting W U IK VT A wos iu town on her to Business she tho genera Get stationery and drugs at the ONE CENT SALE at The were on OCTOBER 9th esses Th next meeting held j on October 6th nt the John who was brought in Mrs flans Nielsen I to the Soda Springs hospital Sunday Horseman suffering with a broken leg Is Art to getting nlong nicely Mr Mrs N E s in the of Mr Bonks Friday night fromm a fey a hand from a visit at freight train Sunday Ben wake you ftp The Horseman lj with Art Acerd Root left Saturday Juno 1916 made try Serial No en g of Lowe Lucy Cotton Roland Bottomley and Mrs add luster this crowning achievement Talk of the he at the Op- House Friday September 30 The Devil yon Yes The to the person of Mr George Arliss is at the Opr ear House on Friday evening first of this fated FOB PUBLICATION Department of the Interior 17 S Land at Blackfoot Idaho September 10 1921 in hereby given that M Fox widow of Moylan C Fox Jr oi Salt City Utah who on July 11 1918 made Homestead plication No 031180 for Section 19 Range 43 East ias to maka three-year proof to establish claim to the land above described beforo D K McLean U S Commissioner at Soda Springs Idaho on the day of October as Moylan C Fox and Lawrence Fox of Lake City R V don and George Horsley of Soda Springs Idaho J T CARRUTH Register he with the w H men and women That's how George Arlis him in screen debut greatest stage success He makes him fascina Ing and t the of cting By the fire of Ms it and himself Immortal The Devil is n making duction it is lavish liant Its settings the pinnacle of luxury And the in stage star One would scarcely expect the 1 of to In dress suit patent wearing a and the appearance ind exquisite j of those and being In the cf ad society Yet that is the wny THe o appear at Opera in the star NOTICE Department of the Interior tT Land Office at oot Idaho September 10 1921 Notice ir hereby given that Alfred Hopkin of Wyoming who on December 9 1916 made stead entry No 024596 for Section 17 Township 9 South Range East Boise Meridian has filed ico of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land described before Spren C eterson U S Commissioner at gee Valley Idaho on the day of October 1921 Claimant as Joseph C Tolman Emly Tolman Madeline Hopkin all of Fairview Wyoming Fredrick Beyler of Idaho J T Register A Healthy Breakfast his just above the ankle last of the for South witk of for the R C L with a Sheep s rf sheep to the p A Pin r left in Ws cnr Tuesday for Idaho Falls to attend the Up staged In that city Mrs Clara of Is in the local receiving medical attention For the children there breakfast that equals both and ease of preparation any one of the several ready pared foods we are offering And the they do like the crisp flakes with sugar and added to City Get your stationery and drugs at the ONE CENT SALE at The all Store on OCTOBER 10th and 12th D Turkey Red Flour K per cwt Cash Grocery PHONE III S In lots of 500 Ibs and a cwt iB Woodall Brothers At the Busy Corner FALL and WINTER SHOES All at the new marked prices i The Company V
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