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AVIATION MEET
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
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Tuesday, April 25
UPPER SNAKE RIVER
AVIATION CARNIVAL
Introducing the first time here Glenn H. Curtis' Biplane with
Mr. Charles F. Willard
Greatest of all American trick flyers in demonstration
of the only new thing under the sun
First appearance of heavier-than-air flying craft
DONT FORGET THE TIME, PLACE, AND BRING YOUR GIRL
RATES ON ALL RAILROADS GENERAL ADMISSION, 50c. CHILDREN UNDER 12, 25c.
FAIR GROUNDS, IDAHO FALLS
The Blackfoot Optimist
Entered as second class matter De
cember 3. 1907, at the postoffice at
Blackfoot, Idaho, under the Act of Con
gress of March 3, 1S79.
. Published Every Thursday
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year In advance ..............$2.00
Six months ........................ 1-00
Three months ...................... -»a
Member of the Eastern Idaho Pres.
Association
Optimist Publishing Company, Ltd.
KARL P. BROWN. Manager.
ROSS FORK.
The social! event of the season was
the party given by Mr. an d Mrs.Deitz.
on last Saturday evening in homor of
Mr. Charles R. Hauke and Miss Lil- !
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lian Marie Parus, whose engagement
was thus announced to the public.Mr. 'are
Hauke is a son of Second Assistant j
Oommissioner Hauke, is a graduate of
the civil engineering course of the ]
Virginia University and is employed
as a junior engineer an the irrigation
project here and has a bright future
before him. His intended bride is a
western lady and for the past two
years has been the Agev.ey stenogra
pher. The wedding will take place
early in the coming year.
The Idaho Academy base ball
team came up last Saturday after
moon to pay the Sagebrush nine and'
went home wiser than when they
came. The score was 6 to 5 in favor
ol the home team. Until the fifth in
ning the Pocatello boys did not suc
ceed in getting a single man over the
plate. After that they began to play
the umpire and did fairly well, as the
local boys found it difficult to play
against a shifting foul line where
balls were fair for the Academy and
"fouU'' in the same place for the lo
cals. With a little more team work
our boys will be ready to take on
several games with surrounding clubs
The boys do not like it very well be
cause Superintendent Estep has tor
bidden Sunday games on the reser
vation, but they will play such games
with other clubs away from the res
er vation. j
The Utah-Idaho Sugar Company's
man is here tills week drilling sugar
beets on the land under contract
with this company. Over 100 acres |
will be put out to beets this season j
by the Indians. The sugar company
and the Agency people have exercised
great care in making these contracts
aud it is hoped that the harvest will
oi.-jt disappoint either party. Only the
best Indian farmers have been select
success.
ed to plant and they have been, held
down to an acreage that they cam
handle successfully while gaining the
necessary experience to make It a
greater success next year. It is ex
pected that next year the acreage will
be three or fou times as large as this
and in time that beet culture will be
the leading industry on irrigable lands
of the resevation. Superintendent Es
tep says that beet growing is a favor
ite work with the Indian farmers on
other reservations and he sees no
reason why it should not prove to ibe
the same with this reservation and he
is going to try very hard to make it a
U »Ul
Allotting Agent Sams and his crew
'are working on upper Ross Fork
creek at the present time. He ex
pects to finish in that vicinity early
next week and move his camp to the
old Fort Hall on Lincoln creek aud
work in that place for a month or
more.
The Easter exercises at the Indian
Boarding School on Sunday night
were attended] by a large audience of
parents aud friends of the pupils who
were delightfully entertained with an
excellent tw'o-hour program appro
priate to the day.
The friends of Mr. Ray Parrett are
sorry to learn that lie is to go to
Shermant Institute, Riverside, Califor
nia, but pleased to know that he
leaves only to accept a handsome pro
motion. He will be the Commandant
of Cadets at that crack school after
May 1.
SHANNON'S COURSE
OF LECTURES. !
Prof. Shannon of St. Louis, a mem
ber of the American Purity Fed ra
tion began a two days course of lec
tures in this city Thursday. He lee- |
lured to high school boys and girls j
at the chapel hour. Then he gave I
helpful addresses to the young mon of |
the high school aid the boys of the'j
graded classes. Friday evening he j
will give his popular lecture on Sour j
Grapes at the Methodist church. Fri- 1
| day afternoon at 11; 10 he will give his !
j lecture "The Girl and Her Mother,''
; This is a lecture that all the girls
over 14,and mothers of the city should
hear. Friday at S p. m. he will give
bis lecture, "Present Pay Problems,'
to everybody. At the close of this lec-'
ture.he will give his lecture to Men.
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-THE
Imported Shire Stallion
Boro Ambition
NO. 9435
Will make the season at my ranch 4
miles northeast of Blackfoot after
the tenth day of march
Terms For Season $10
A. WHITTEN
War wolf
A Sbire Stallion, will make
the season at
Vance Johnson's Ranch,
1 -2 mile east Thomas store.
SHIRE HORSE COMPANY,
of Thomas, Owners.
White
Barred
Plymouth Rock Eggs
= FOR SALE:
I have a limited number of Eggs
for sale from now on. Come out
and look at m.v pens and see from
what you are buying.
$1.50 Per Setting of 13 Eggs
S. B. WILLIS
Get Away
FROM THAT SHAGGY LOOK
A Hair Cut, Shave or
Shampoo is what you need
P __BARBER
lne Lem shop
DAFFIN & COLLINS, Prop».
POWERFUL VACUUM
Julius Lemperle
The
VACUUM CLEANER
will be in town in a few days
Telephone No. 9
WANTED, FOR SALE !
ETC,
Advertising matter under this hçad will be taken at the rate of #
one (1) cent a word for each insertion. No adv. less than 25 ets. 2
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE.
I have f.->r sale at my nursery a
number of Mackintosh Red and John
athan apple trees at the right price.
t.f. O. F. SMITH, Blackfoot Nursery
Refrigerator, oil -tank, show cases
and counter fixtures. Enquire fit Ber
! ryman's grocery.
WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS.
White Wyaindotte, the most popu
i lax breed of the day. This is the
I most ideal farm fowl. Try a setting
from the highest scoring birds in
southeastern Idaho. $1.50 per setting.
Mrs. E. M. Kennedy.
After the completion of my new
residence, my property at the corner
of Francis and Fisher streets, will
be for sale, It consists of a nine roon
house, all modern conveniences, good
basement, barn, coal and wood house
heu house, buggy shed, 110 fruit
trees all good varieties. Terms to
süit purchaser. R. E. Hansen, Red
Barn, Blackfoot, Idaho. tf
For Sale—A $40.00 range In use
two years, price $20. Apply at Episco
pal rectory, 72 Schilling ave.
LOST—One black horse, white
spot in foTohead, one white hied foot,
wire cut on left knee, nip on nose,
tall and slim, weight 1100 lbs. I will
pay a liberal reward for any infor
mation as to his whereabouts.
A. A. ZIEGLER,
R. F. D. 1, Blackfoot.
The photo displays of Cutler & Hin
thorne are attracting lots of atten
tion from the picture loving public
these days.
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We are making a big reduction on
6ln..de trees. W. A. You-nia tf
HIDES! HIDES!
Highest market price paid for hides,
pelts and furs and all kinds of junk.
4 1 / £c per pound paid for clean rub
ber boots and shoes.
BRANCH OF THE
Great Western Hide Co.
M. VOLPERT, M*r.
Telephone 15« red; P. O. box 22.
For Sale—-Single comb white leg
horn and single comb Rhode Island
Reds. $1 per setting of 15 eggs.
O. J. Cob'txley, Route 4,
A6-5t Ppaitt Ranch.
For Sale—48 shares of water i:
The Watson Slough Irrigation Dite'
Co. Inquire of Mrs. G. E. Williams
R. F. D. No. 2 20;
We have one or two first clas
farms for rent. Parties desiring suo
will do weil to call on Parkinso
Realty & Investment Co. t
WANTED.
Chickens wanted: at the Idaho Cafe.
1 2'/2 cents live weight. tf
Wanted to Rent—House,from four
to six rooms, modern preferred. For
particulars see James E. Clark, Op
timist office or address Box 81, city.
FOR RENT.
A good six room house with bath.
Large barn, rock cellar and wassh
Large barn, rock cellar and wash
house on the premises. Call on or
address Alice Beach at the Court
House. A6-tf
Sideboard, good- as new, cost $30,
price $15; also a Seth Thomas clock,
cost $10, price $6. Apply Episcopal
Rectory, 72 Shilling avenue.
FOR SALE
Thoroughbred Single aud Rose
Comb Rhode Island Reds, setting of
13, 85 ets., rates to incubators. Test
ed this season 95 per cent good.
Mrs. J. M. Witteman,
Route 2, l'i mile from town, River
side road. A13-3tp

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