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State Registered Optician ■JiiiiimiiMUiiiiiiiiitiiniiiHiiimiaiimiiiiiiiot sumiiimiiicjiiiiiimiiiuiiimiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiCB I BLACKFOOT 5 - ■■ ------ I ...Day by Day. Little events in the whirl = of current topics. 1 aiiimimiiiaimiiimiiniiimiimiciimiiimiic* *3iiiiimiiiic3wiiimiiic3iiiiiiiiimE3iiiimimic9 Butter Wrappers at this office. See Barker, Wallen & Co. before letting your spring paper hanging tf Special prices in odds amid ends of stationery.—Palace Drug Store. Attorney T. H. Terrill, of Pocatelk», was a visitor in Blackfoot Saturday, coming here on legal matters. The best line of drugs in the city Is to be found at the Modern Phar macy. William McCarty, the hide man, of Pocatello, was a business visitor in Blackfoot Monday morning. We carry all kinds of vegetable and flower seeds. DeKay & Davis, Phone 83. A13 Barker, Wallen & Co. are prepared to treat you right on paper hang ing. A20-tf 'i*. r 'e your girl to the Modern Pharrric y amd shew her you are right at the soda fountain. p. Mrs. Stella Holman and Mrs. Rolla Harris, of fcnlem, are the guests of friends in tÉ ■ city. oî p. H. W. Curias, who has been con fined to his heme with a severe cold is improving rapidly. M. Dorrerer~shoe repairing. 58 Bridge street, rea tailor shop. Phone | 217. tf Miss Lillie Dipple of Idaho Falls, spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mr». H. C. Dipple, in this city 1 Attorney J. Ed. Smith, of Idaho Falls, transacted business at the court house in this city, Monday. The soda waiter fountain at the Modern Pharmacy is now in opera tion and the cooling beverage is an tap. Prof, andi Mrs. Robison, of Grove land, attended the joint teachers in stitute held in Idaho Falls Friday and Saturday. Secure the sale of your place by giving Parkinson Realty & Invest ment Co. an option for spring busi ness. The art of paper hanging and dec orating has long since been conquer ed by Barker, Wallen & Co. Ask them for prices. A20-tf Phone 83, DeKay & Davis for a pound of real coffee. Hill's Vacuum, 45c; Hill's Blue Can,40c; Mrs.Rorer's Own Blend, 35c. Mrs. J. TX Ryan, of Omaha, joined her hue band in this city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan will make their home in Pocatello. Harry J. Peterson and Martin Jacob son, of Pocatello, visited in Blackfoot over Sunday, being the guests of Mrs Jacobson while in the city. The Blackfoot Livery and Feed Sta bles has recently received a coat of paint and the appearance of the horse hotel is materially improved. B. A. Pearson, of Moore, returned last week from California, accompa nied toy his wife. The couple have spent the winter in the land of sun shine. Mrs. Worthman of Emmett, one of the directors of the Industrial school of St. Anthony, while returning from that institution, was the guest of Mrs. James Hunter for a few days last week. Judge C. W. McCHrdy, of Basalt, was a business visitor in the city Monday. The increasing 'number of years in the judge's strand of life do not lessen his vitality, and this spring he is feeling like a two-year old. W. A. Clarke, brother of the Clarke Bros., arrived in the city from Salt Lake Satuday, and contemplates lo cating here. Mr. Clarke has spent the winter in Old Mexico and cleaned up a nice amount of money in mines there. Vic Barrer, who has been an at traction at the Isis theater, as piano player, for almost a year, has severed, his connection with that popular re sort and left Monday morning for his home in Iowa, where be will spend several months, here this fall. expecting to return DR. MINES, Veterinary Surgeon Office Gibbs' Livery Stable Office Phone 105. Res. 181 Black Good bye, You Midnight Lunches. Cutler's Studio open from 1 to 5 p. m., Sundays. L. C. Rockwood was a business vis itor in Pocatello Tuesday. Candy, perfumes, toilet articles at the Modern Pharmacy, Bridge street. Misses Aileen and Lydia Quantrell were up from the Academy of Idaho spending Easter with their parents. English Pit Bull Terrier pups for sale. Phone 182. Charles C. Clarke returned Tues day morning from Salt Lake and Qg den where he spent several days. Wanted—Two apprentice girls. Mrs. Eva B. Smith. A6-tf Miss Evelyn Boyd of Moore, has been the guest of Miss Agnes Hart for several days. McDonald's Store. candies.—Palace Drug business caller in Blackfoot the first oî the week. Cutler's Studio open from 1 to5 p. m. Sundays. Mrs. Charles Price left Tuesday for her former home in Illinois, when | she will spend several weeks visit M. A. Driscoll, of Aberdeen, was a' j ing old friends and relatives. Ladies' sewing or card table, new, strong and beautiful; soldi or rented for card parties. Also folding chairs for rent at Biethan's. Mat Boyle of Arco, is spending a few days In' town the guest of his son, and'attending to business mat ters. Cutler's Studio open from 1 p. m. Sundays. to 5 Lorenzo Martin, one of the staunch citizens of the Thomas country, pass ed through Blackfoot Monday,enroute home frm Ogden. The latest eastern styles ait eastern prices are a combination sure to please anybody wishing the best in pictures. Cutler & Hinthorne. Charles O. Burket leaves in a few days for Chicago, where he will in terest several land buyers in Bing ham county property. The Nobby Kind for dressy men New style lowshoes. The very latest Ralston the kind that fit your feet. Biethan's James Cameron and A. B. Stevens have the contracts and are now do ing the work on a large new bakery at the asylum. Major Caldwell and daughter, Mrs. James Prinson, of Salt Lake, who have spent several days-in this city, left Tuesday for the city of Saints. Dan Nichols, of Era flat fame,who is promoting one of the large irriga tion projects in the Big Lost River country, is in the city, on business. Miss May Sullivan, who has made her home In this city for several weeks returned to Pocatello Monday, where she will enter the employ of Col. Inigersoll, as stenographer. J. C. Millick is making a number of improvements in his residence on Stehilling avenue. James Cameron is doing the mason work on two very beautiful new grates. Fred Murphey arrived in town from Pocatello in his car last Monday coming by way of American Falls. He continued to Idaho Falls Tuesday morning. - Ladies! 10 new styles of Ladiet' Low Shoes. Paient, Tan and Velvet of F e J. A K. brand at Biethan's Young Bill Twitchell, road over seer in the Presto district was in town Tuesday looking after road matters. He is making good as a road builder, and has a plan by which he is overcoming tlie difficulties of travel over the stretch of sand be tween Kimball and Presto. Under ! his supervision about two miles of road is being covered with sage i brush and straw and it is thought , that repeated applications of this mix ture will eventually find a bottom anc resting place until a substantial road is built above the sands. (T E.M.Kennedy AUCTIONEER Will be glad to date you for a Real Estate Sale or General Farm Sale. All Sales get my personal attention until fiinished. Blackfoot, - Idaho PHONE 113 BLACK J The Kimball and Presto baseball teams vied with one another Sunday for the honors of the diamond, play ing six innings which resulted in a score of six to six. A little child was born to Bishop W. B. Taylor and wife of Kimball, last Sunday evening, and n'dw the bishop wears a long, broad smile that the cold snap does not effect. Mrs. Ralph Osborn, of Mackay.wife of Superintendent Osborn, of the White Knob Copper Mine, visited at the home of R. J. Osborn, in this city Tuesday while en route home from Sait Lake. Rev. C. A. Edwards attended a meeting of the ministers in Pocatello Tuesday for the purpose of arranging a program for the District M. E. con vention to be held in Pocatello in June. The Pioneer Drug store lias put on j a front of many colors, the handiwork of that firm of daubers, Barker, Wal len & Co., and since the application of the colors the store front presents a very pleasing appearance. On Saturday, the 29th of April, the First Ward Relief society will hold a. fair in the Cutler building on Bridge street, just west of the Shelley Mer cantile. All kinds of useful articles will be on sale, also ice cream, cake and meat pies. Come one, come all. Mrs. C. Wright and Mrs. Heary Simmons were in Pocatello Tuesday, accompanying that far Mrs. Wright's daughter, Mrs. Cliff Hayes of Idaho Falls, who is leaving for a visit in Cleveland, Tetnn. J. D. Ryain, who recently returned to this city after an, absence of sev eral months and who has been em ployed in the asylum since his re turn, left Monday moning for Poca tello, where he will enter the em ploy of Fred Murphey. Attorney D. Worth Clarke, of Poca tello, was a visitor in town Monday, coming here to attend the spring term of district court, but as the time of holding this term of court has been postponed until May 22, Mr. Clarke returned to the Gate City on the next train. The court house lawn Is being plowed and leveled, preparatory to seeding it down. This is a right move as the lawn has not been par ticularly attractive for some time. The old walk, running diagonally across the lawn has (been done away with and the pedestrian must now' make square corners la traversing the yard. Miss Agues Hunter, who has been a sufferer from blood poisoning for several mo..iths, returned 1 from Salt Lake last week, entirely recovered. The bandages have been removed from her hand which was affected and she has complete use of her thumb. An one time it was thought that Miss Hunter would lose the en tire use of the member affected. Dr. A. E. von Harten, of the Hawk eye Optical Co., Idaho Falls, will be at the Cottge Hotel, Thursday a: d Friday, April 27 and 28, for the pur pose of attending a'll conditions of eye strain. All former patients are asked to come early for your changes and, if you have friends weeding care to the eyes, kindly mention my work to them. M. A. Clarke, better known> as "A1 Clarke, has 'leased a hotel for the summer, located at Hernan, Idaho,in the Gray's Lake country, and left for that place last week. His family accompanied him and will conduct the hotel. The location is a good one, there being a large quantity of game in the immediate vicinity, a plenty of fishing. It is an ideal place to spend a few hot weeks of 'summer. Little Miss Julia Simmons, who had the misfortune to fall and hurt her self quite severely last week, under went am operation at the hospital, and is gradually recovering. The in jury to her head has proven most se vere and the little girl who has won a way into the hearts of a large num-1 ber of people in Blackfoct, came very ■near going to the Happy Playground where childish troubles are unknown. TELEPHONE 166 For the Leading Grocery Quality and Prices are Guaranteed Try our Club House Goods C. W. BERRYMAN, JR. Miss Kate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Troutner, of Pingree, and wlio lias just recently closed a suc cessful term of school at Wapello, left Monday morning for Iowa, where she will soon be married to Mr. Her bert Fishel in the city of Denison. Miss Troutner is a young lady of many attractions and accomplish ments and her many friends here hope that she can prevail on her hus band-to-be to return to the valley of tin' Snake river and take up their home. Madam Hart is at the Cottage Inn this week with a full line of ladies ready to wear suits, dresses and mil linery. She will be pleased to meet all her old customers and also new ones. She is well and favorably known as she comes from the Geo. A. Anderosn Co. of Boise, and fur ther Introduction is not necessary as most all the women of Blackfoot can testify to her genial and pleasing manner and her advices is always sought after by the best dressers. She requests all the ladies to call upon her. Wamted to Rent—One or two fur nished rooms forlight housekeeping. See James E. Clark at the Optimist. Butter Wrappers at this office. Seed potatoes for sale cheap if tak en at once. See C. V. Evans, ex press office. A20-2tp Cabinet grand piano. $140 cash, $150 on time. A bargain if sold at once. J. H. McCowan, Brown-Hart Co. A20-H RETURN AND RECEIVE REWARD. An Elk tooth cuff button, mounted and bearing the number 674 was lost in city by undersigned. Return and receive reward. F. E. DeKay A20-2t GOLDEN 'STAR FURNITURE POLISH One lady *ays: The best I ever used. Another lady says; I tried the sample, It beats all. I want two bot tles. You try It. For sale at Ble thans. ORIUNANOK No. 1« Ancl ordinance of the city of Blackfoot, providing for the vacation of the alley in Block No. It Klin wood Addition to>the city of Blackfoot, and providing that said alley shall again t>e opened for pub lic use should the said block cease to be used for public purposes and providing for the publication hereof. Be It ordained by the Mayor and the City Council of the city of Blackfoot : SKÜTION l, That the 20 foot alley in block nutnl>er nine of Klin wood Addition to the city of Blackfoot, as surveyed, plated and recorded in the Recorder's office of Bingham County, Idaho, lie and the same hereby va cated : said block being the property of Inde pendent School District No. 0, Blackfoot, Bingham County, State of Iduho. SECTION 2, That In the event the above described block should cense to )ye used for public purposes then, and in that event this ordinance shall he null and void ami tin* said alley shall again be the property of the city of Blackfoot ami l>e opened for public use SKCTION 8, That the City Clerk is here by directed to have this ordinance publish ed as provided by law. Passed, approved and adopted this eight eenth day of April, lull. Attest ; «. H. HOI.BROOK L. M. CAPPS Clerk Mayor riiiiiimiiiicii]iiiiiiiiiiiic=]iiiiiimmc=3iiinmiiii(=3iiiiiiiuiiic=»»««» = H g £2 jS I Sale-grounds on Bridge street. =»M^«=3IIIIIIIIIIIIE=3lillllllllllC=3HUIIIIimC=3llllllllllliq] AUCTION SALE I 1 There will be a big auction sale of useful things on satur- | 0 S 1 day April 22ed from James Buttcane Bargain Sgore on | E. M. Kennedy auctioneer. 1 a The Sale Still Continues at the Stor^. | tM^t=j||||||||imt=jllllllllllllC=3IIIIIIIIIIIIC=3llltllllltll(7 ^ Subscribe for the Optimist and help swell our large circulation 0 L3ll1lllllllllC=]lllllllllllir=3IIIIIIIIIIIIC=3IIIIIIIIIIIIC=3llllllllimE= .r / mini The Convalescent Telephones "Mighty glad to hear your voice again, old man! How is everybody? Hope to be able to see you soon." The sick room is cheered by the friendly voice over the tele phone. It comes from the outside world and awakens the interest of the convalescent in life. It acts as a tonic. The universal Bell Service is a boon to the invalid or the "shut-in." Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone COMPANY C. F. GREEN, Local Marnier BEU StoÄKWl* The P. & O. Line of ; Farm Machinery! 1 , , . . — , ., , • » • We have just received our immense stock J of this kind of goods 1 • m HARROWS . PLOWS \ BUGGIES ! WINONA WAGONS \ A Bigger and Better Stock than Ever : C. F. HENDRIE Bond Bros. Bldg. Corner of Ash and Judicial Streets BLACKFOOT LIVERY STABLE S. W. GIBBS, Proprietor. GENTLE SADDLE HORSES for LADIES AND CHILDREN Swell Equipments and Fine Drivers. Careful Teamsters Furnished on Request.