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Blackfoot Idaho Republican Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 5

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Blackfoot Idaho Republican (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho Republican june 23, 1920 five daughter mrs. R. N. Brewington saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. La Vern Miller of Blackfoot spent sunday with mrs. Miller s Mother Here. Or. And mrs. Harry Caspar left last week for Eugene Ore. Luther league meets at the Church Friday night. ?1-4 14 4 14 14 1-4fi-4 Firth Sterling � is of -4 a 1 ? 1m4w44& we Wmk ii4i ? i i ? f m. M. Farmer made a business 4rip to Blackfoot tuesday. G miss Luther May Shockey started kindergarten Here monday. 1 miss Eva Dye was unable to work monday on account of illness. Miss Wilma Stolworthy who has been the guest of Eva Dye for the past two weeks left monday for St. Anthony to visit her sister. Bert Winschell came Down from the Hills Friday night and spent the weekend with his family Here. Forest Kennedy has accepted a position at the Bank. D. C. Collins left sunday for Pocatello. Wallace and Bertie Griffin left last week for their Home at Paris Texas. The members of the Canning club accompanied by mrs. R. F. Wilkie went to Blackfoot to attend the june festival thursday. Or and mrs. R. J. Rogers of Tay Orville were the guests of their .-1 Daniel gutting returned Home saturday after a six weeks visit at Monida Mont. Joshua Gardner of Salt Lake City is Here for a few Days on business. J. W. Wright spent sunday at Blackfoot. Mrs. Leva Griffin and Edwin Hal verson of Monida Mont., Are spend ing the week with their sister mrs. Daniel gutting. Ira Gardner and miss Jennie Sta Ples of Basalt were Sterling visitors sunday afternoon and monday. Or. And mrs. Phil Kellar spent sunday at Moreland visiting at the Galbraith Home. Or. And mrs. Dewey Blackburn were Sterling visitors sunday. Mrs. Bill Partridge who has spent the past twelve Days at Salt Lake returned Home monday. Charles Leslie and Arvel Cor Bridge who Are working at Idaho Falls spent sunday in Sterling. I of Chautauqua ticket Sale continues mrs. J. L. Jensen of Hyrum Utah who has been visiting at the Home of her brother Hyrum Jensen returned Home today. Heber Smith left tuesday for Pocatello and soda Springs where he will transact business. D. H. Biethan was a business Visi Tor to Arco the fore part of the week. Mrs. R. S. Idle left tuesday for lava where she will spend several Days. Fire insurance. J. H. Early. Adv26tf Dave Chamberlain of Mackay is spending a few Days Here looking after business interests. J. H. Murphy an old resident of this City returned yesterday after a Long stay in Utah. Walter Stultz returned yesterday from lost River where he has been fishing for the past few Days. Or. And mrs. A. Powell and family or. And mrs. H. C. Mcgona Gle Cora Hall and Norval Hines were Idaho Falls visitors tuesday. Do you know that Elwood Graves carries a full Stock of Clear vision Windshield Glass and knows How to put it in your car also 273 North v. 76-tf mrs. Frank Smith and son Thom As who have been visiting the past week in Ashton returned Home yesterday. Mrs. John t. Bloomquist of Goshen is spending the week with her daughter mrs. L. N. Thorstenberg. Mrs. Lulu Hunsicker left yester Day for Missoula Mont., where she will make her Home. There is. In every town an insurance office which is the actual and recognized Leader because of ability experience reliability and cheerful service. Beebe phone 120, leading agent. I e. R. Jones of Malad is a Black Boot visitor for a few Days. Or. And mrs. Weise left today for a i three months visit to Eastern anoints. I mrs. Spanbauer and neice Sophia by tre visiting for a few Days with friends in Pocatello. George Gordon of Henry is a it Blackfoot visitor for a few Days. Auto repairing a t Hendrie build adv. 80-83. I attorney George a. Rich and wife it Logan Utah Are visiting with friends Here for a few Days. Entertain at auction altho the Sale of season tickets to the Chautauqua has been going on at a Lively rate since saturday there still remained a rather Large number to be sold when the last min Ute came tuesday evening and the time limit was extended to wednes Day and a company of enthusiastic Chautauqua boosters is working to Day. 4 mrs. D. H. Biethan mrs. G. H. Hol Brook and mrs. Frank Silene were the hostesses at an auction Bridge party at the country Home of mrs. Biethan monday afternoon. The Home was decorated with yellow roses. Barbara Holbrook received the guests and Eunice Silene served the punch. Those who assisted in serving were mesdames James Ryan f. W. Mitchell James Good and h. B. Maccosham. Prizes were awarded to mrs. A. Johnson for progression and mrs. A. T. Springer for High score. The first number of the Chautauqua program Given tuesday even ing was received with such eager applause by the audience that it promises to bring out Many persons who thought they could afford to miss the wonderful attractions. Unless the Sale of tickets grows in volume today it seems certain that the guarantors who brought the pro Gram to Blackfoot will have to pay in Cash for their Public spirited enthusiasm. In c. M. Carmody jr., of Idaho Falls i spending several Days Here visit by friends. Mrs. James f. Caldwell of Cerro Iran de is spending a few Days visit pig in Blackfoot. J fire of speeder is fined William Clive was assessed $5 in the police court this morning for driving his car at a rate of Speed exceeding the Speed limit. Of a senator capper Callb the United if the states a robbers Root. Roost As High As their prices they Are press. In j. H. Early. Adv26tf mrs. O. H. Snyder and Daughl a Argaret returned today from a i where they have been visiting Ith friends. Mrs. C. G. Peterson was a pitello visitor the fore part of the insurance. \ Elk. \ Vajk Paul h. Allred and daughter May hot this morning for Driggs where Huiey will spend several Days. Auto repairing j. L. Baker 110 my est judicial Street. Or. And mrs. W. H. Snyder and in Aughter Thenia returned tuesday a Groin a Short visit to Rexburg and Suva hot Springs. ? Laura Pambrun of Idaho Falls is in citing friends Here for a few Days. ? mrs. M. M. Spillsbury is visiting insurance All lines Beebe phone adv. Of. With mrs. Paul Smith at Pocatello. P Floyd Hammond is reported on Abe sick list. Ax4 th1 made. 80-83 j $ pc ttdi420. R h Lloyd Stanger of Ogden is visiting Fere with his aunt mrs. D. C. Manger. � expert Auto repairing. J. L. Baker Uto electric building adv. 80-83 k j. W. Welch Bill Rogers and Lack Ryan have returned from a lashing trip at the Jimmy Smith Ike. They report fishing very a family reunion was held at the Home of mrs. Dora France wednes Day in Honor of her mothers 84th birthday. X phone 521 and Elwood Graves adv. 7 2-12w candidate is ill mrs. Bertha Carr who has been one of the leaders in the Idaho re publican everybody wins Campaign has been ill for a number of Days but is now improving and will soon be Able to be out. Frk i a m \ f $ w. A Cherry improving w. H. Cherry who has been con fined to his Home on account of a severe attack of rheumatism has re covered sufficiently to enable him to be out. It Here is a tire you can Trust a better tire than any other manufacturer has Ever built Barney Oldfield told Gaston Chevrolet before the Indianapolis 500-mile race. Gaston Chevrolet trusted Barney Oldfield. So he chose Oldfield tires arid became the first Driver in history to win this the worlds greatest race without a tire change. In his 500-mile flight Over the rough bricks at 88.55 Miles an hour Gaston Chevy Oletus tires resisted a degree of Wear fully equal to that of 20,000 Miles of Ordinary running. Yet they finished in condition for Many More Miles of cruel Competition. A Man whom his friends really Trust deserves your Faith too. Trust Barney Oldfield Trust Oldfield tires to banish tire troubles for you As they did for Gaston Chevrolet Cord and fabric in All sizes and for All cars the tires you need Are Here and ready. Ii f will put in that broken Glass Quick it 76-tf fined for larceny James Peterson was fined $100 by judge Good of the police court yesterday for Petit larceny. He is alleged to have stolen cigars and to Bacco from the Dekay Cigar store. Classified advertising m i ? a i i i for Sale City fathers push imm clean up campaigner Sale registered shorthorn jm1 Bull of milking Strain Clorman Price for Quick Sale see r. Hansen Blackfoot. 76-tf ? the clean up Campaign recently instituted by the City Council in an Effort to rid the City of debris and rubbish is to be pushed to the limit according to mayor Thorstenberg. The mayor announced his intention this morning of invoking the Law on All who do not speedily clean up their premises. For Sale five registered Berk a Jug Shire boars phone 280-r1. James 77-9pimeron. V for rent a rent two furnished rooms or Light housekeeping also one furnished one. Call 551. Fri 79-tf death of mrs. Betty Yan Dell Brant r rent two Nice sleeping rooms suitable for gentlemen Dern and comfortable Nice Loca b. Inquire this office. I mrs. Betty Yandell Brant departed this life at fort Hall monday the 21st Day of june 1920, at the age of forty three years. She was a Sis Ter of Jeff Yandell and mrs. Lesseur of Blackfoot and fort Hall and had Ben suffering from heart trouble for a Large part of her life. She had been making her Home with her sister for a Good Many years. Besides her brother and sister she leaves a daughter fifteen years old. H 76-tf \ a i wanted egg jointed to buy houses and pig fences on Carey act land located of i township 2 North 3 North Range eps Eeast b. and township 2 North so Porth Range 30 East b. M. In quire f. E., care of Idaho Republican Blackfoot. I we Oldfield tire Bahniy oldpi1ld i mint cliviland.4 ? i 75-6 of m5st methodist episcopal Church Bills Auto co4ill but sorrel Pony White Stripe in i Ace Brand Blotch and a half Cir blon right shoulder with foal a White feet. Notify Box 814. A. Moon. It is of general interest to the Public to know that some time ago or Gillilan secured the services of judge f. D. Bale a member of the Chautauqua faculty now in town to speak at the Church june 27, next sunday. With him will appear also the Parnell musicians one of the Fine attractions of the excellent pro Gram. In the evening after the Epworth league service the people Are Dis missed to attend the Chautauqua program at which time judge Bale will deliver his address which is not the same As that in the morn ing. X ? Aberdeen a 1 Shelle Blackfoot 81-82 i f to in Blackfoot saturday night ild breast pin with heart shaped tryst surrounded with pearls or please leave at Republican of 76-tf i r ?7 i to loan ill jy7ipal estate Loans made Jopito aptly at to 7%, Liberal options. Chattel Loane to Stock Tjoen. No amount too Large if Security is ample. C. B. Beebe. Adv. 17a-tf. Y via1 -4 k i a 9 Essex car for Sale if you intend to buy an Essex Here is an Opportunity to save $150 on a Brand new car. Call or write. 835 North phone 1553, Pocatello 81-82-83pd r sensed chiropractor s cure you make me prove it Rodquist chiropractic sanitarium i it in it terms to right party. 11th ave . / a Sorner Bridge and Broadway phone 551 of foot women to censor movies Monroe women Are aroused by the movie shows seen Here. Sic foot Transfer co. J detrimental to the morals of the Young people the women the to mans missionary so under new management i. Conklin and r. Conklin office 634 ree. 1s4-j say. Piety has formed a Board of censorship. Phone Iii i Sjur 4.4 f to k i

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