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; = ......----- == e t c —— =: • * • Advertising matter under this head will be taken at the rate of • • one (1) cent a word for each insertion. No adv. less than 25 cts. J 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 cou/nter fixtures. Enquire at Ber ryman's grocery. WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS. White Wyanidotts, the most popu lar breed of the day. This is the 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 rooD house, all modern conveniences, good basement, barn, coal and wood house hen house, buggy shed, 110 fruit trees all good varieties. Terms to suit 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. The photo displays of Cutler & Hin thorne are attracting lots of atten tion from the picture loving public these days. We are making a big reduction on ehir.de trees. W. A. Younde. tf NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Final Proof) I, Harry C. Errett, of Pingree, Ida ho, who made entry No. 489, under the provisions of an act of the legis lature of the State of Idaho, common ly known as the "Carey Act,'' ap proved March 2nd, 1889, which em braces NWVi of SW V4 of Section 5, of Township 4 S., of Range 33 E. B. M., do hereby give notice of my in tention to make final proof to estab lish my claim to the lanid above de scribed, aird that 1 expect to prove that I have resided cm, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before L. R. Thomas, Agent Slate I>amd Board at Blackfoot, Ida ho, on 3rd of May, 1911, by two of »lie following witnesses: T. R. Jones, R. J. Ward, J. R King, A'. H. Clyne, all of Pingree, Idaho. HARRY C. ERRETT, U30-5t Entryman. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Final Proof. I, Peter Funk, of Aberdeen, Idaho, who made entry No. 241, under the provisions of am act of the legislature of the State of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act," approved March 2nd, 1889, which embraces Eli of NE 14 of section 20, of township 5 S., of nainge 31 E. B. M., do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before Paul A. Fugate, Agent State Land Board at Aberdeen, Idaho, an 3rd of May, 1911, by two of the following witnesses: Hoary Wiobe, Henry Toens, Peter F. Funk, George A. Bartel, all of Ab erdeen, Idaho. PETER FUNK. A6-4t Entryman. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE. kn the PTObate Court of Bingham County, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Eph H. Watson, deceased. Under authority of an order of sale granted by the Probate Court of the County of Bingham and State of Ida ho, dated April 17, 1911, I, the under signed, will sell at private sale, the following described real estate, sit uated in Bingham County, Idaho, to wit: Lots Eleven (11), Twelve (12), Thirteen (13), Fourteen tl4j and Fif teen (15), in Block Flve( 5) in Mc Donald's Addition to the city of Black foot, in Bingham County, Idaho, to gether with the tenements and ap purtenances thereto. The sale will toe made on or after the Sth day of May, 1911, and bids will be received at the cffice of the undersigned, on West Main street, in the said city of Blackfoot. Terms of sale, cash, law ful money of the United States, ten per cent, of the bid payable at the time of sale and balance upon con firmation by the Court, or equivalent mortgage indebtedness. A. S. DICKINSON, Administrator of the Estate of Eph H. Watson, deceased. Dated April 18, 1911. A20-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court of Bingham County, State of Idcbo. In the matter of tlie Estate of Alice FOR SALE. For Sale—Single comb white leg horn and single comb Rhode Island Reds. $1 per setting of 15 eggs. O. J. Cob'bley, Route 4, A6-5t Pratt Ranch. We have one or two first class farms for rent. Parties desiring such will do weil to call on Parkinson Realty & Investment Co. tf WANTED. Chickens wanted at the Idaho Cufe. 12cents live weight. tf FOR RENT. A good sii 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 Siroglle and Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds, setting of 13, 85 cts., rates to incubators. Test ed this season 95 per cent good. Mrs. J. M. Witteman, Route 2, 1V4 mile from town, River side road. A13-3tp Montgomery, deceased. Notice is hereby given,by the under signed, William H. Montgomery, ad ministrator with the will annexed of the estate of Alice Montgomery, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the nec essary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this no tice to saiid administrator, at the of fice of John \V. Jones, 116 East Main street, Blackfoot, I.tolio, the same be ing the place for the transaction of tlie business of said estate, in the County of Binghlaim, State of Idaho. Dated April 12, 1911. WILLIAM IL MONTGOMERY Administrator with the will annexée of the said estate. A13-5t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Final Proof. I, Geo. O. Watts, of Blackfoot,Idaho who made entry No. 641, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the State of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act,'' approved March 2nd, 1889, which embraces Lots Two and Three of Section 1, of Township Three, of Range 33, do I hereby give notice of my intention to t make final proof to establish my clain ! to the land above described, and that 1 expect to prove that I have resided I on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before L. R. Thomas, Agent of State Land Board, at Blackfoot, Idaho, on the 1st day of June, 1911, by two of the following witnesses. j W. F. Campbell, D. L. Broadhead, ! D. J. Murdock, Jno. L. Wheeler all ! of Blackfoot, R. F. D. No. 2, Idaho GEO. O. WATTS, A20-5t Entryman. OKIHNANOK No. H 2 And ordinance of the city of Blackfoot, providing for the vacation of the alley In Block No. !i Kim wood Addition to the city of Blackfoot, and providing that said alley shall again lie opened for pule lie use should the said Idock cease to la used for public purposes and providing for the publication hereof. Be it ordained by tlie Mayor and the City Council of the city of Blackfoot : SECTION 1, That the 20 foot alley In block nuiulM-r nine of Elmwood Addition to the city of Blackfoot, ns surveyed, plated and recorded in the Kecorder'solTiceof Binghum County, Idaho, be and the same hereby va cated : said block being the property of Inde pendent School District No. », Blackfoot. Bingham County, Stale of Idaho. SECTION 2, That In the event the ntgive described block should cease to be used for public purposes then, and In that event this ordinance shall be null and Toid and the suiil alley shall again be the property of the city of Blackfoot and be opened for public usr SECTION 3, That the City Clerk Is here by directed to have this ordinance publish ed us provided by law. Passed, approved and adopted this eight eenth day ol April, lull. Attest : G. H. HOLBROOK L. M. CAPPS Clerk Mayor NOTICE FOR BIDS. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received' by the city clerk for the sprinkling of the streets of the city of Blackfoot by the hour during tlie time such sprinkling is needed in the year 1911, the city to furnish the wagon for such purpose. The city council reserves the right to re ject any or all bids at its next regu lar meeting to be held May 2, 1911. L. M. CAPPS, Mayor. A2u-2t G. H. HOLBROOK, Clerk. MERGANTHALER JUNIOR LINO TYPE FOR SALE REASONABLY. Owing to the fact that the patron age of this office has increased be yond the capacity of the junior lino type, now in this office, it is for sale at a- reasonable figure and on easy terms. This machine is an idea! one Notice is hereby given to the resi dents and property owners of the city of Blackfoot, to clean up all streets and allies, adjoining their respective properties, and to haul all debris from their yards. MAX W. SMITH, A26-2t Chief of Police. for a small country office, and is ic fine wDiking order. An expert opera tor will Iteach the purchaser all the mechanism and how to operate, move aind set up the machine. The Optimist Publishing Co. tf Per Karl P. Brown, Mgr. NOTICE TO CLEAN UP ALLEYS. DON'T EXPERIMENT. You Will Make No Mistake if You Follow This Advice. Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pain in the back,urin ary disorders, dizziness and inervcus ness, it's time to act and no 1 time to experiment. These are common symptoms of kidney troubl , and you should seek a remedy which is rec ommended for the kidneys. Dean's Kidney Pills ie the remedy to use. It has cured many stubborn cases in 1 this vicinity. Can Blackfoot residents demand fur ther proof th-.ta 1 the following testi monial? W. P. S wealth, Capital Ave. and Cliff iSt., Idaho Falls, Idaho, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have be n a standard remedy with me for years and I take pleasure in recommending them to all kidney sufferers. When i was living in Kansas City the worth of Doan's Kidney Pills was first prov en to me. Any overexertion always brought on pains in my back and kid neys and whenever I caught cold my condition was so poor that I was hardly abl to get around. The kid ney secretions were scant and unnat ural and passed irregularly. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and iai few doses off and on ■ since theh have prevented any recurrence of my for m r trouble." * For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buff, lo, New York, scle agents for the Uni ted States. * *1 Remember the name—Doan's—an'l tak no other. _ g Jfl "Pins and Needles." After being for a long time in a con strained attitude a peculiar numbness and pricking is often felt in the arm. leg or foot. This is caused by some interruption to the circulation ant can usttauy be removed by rubbing oi exercise. The reason of the sensation, which is decidedly uncomfortable while it lasts, is that pressure for a certain length of time deadens the sensibil ity of a nerve. When this pressure is suddenly removed (as straightening out the leg after sitting with it don. bled underneath the body) sensibility gradually returns to the nerve, and as each nerve-fiber composing th6 trunk regains its normal condition of sensibility a pricking sensation is felt, and these successive prickings from the successive awakenings of the nu merous fibers have not inaptly been called "pins and needles."—From the Family Doctor. Killing Cougars Saves Deer. Tt is estimated that every cougar In the state causes the death of at least 50 deer during the year. Some expert hunters maintain that a big cougar of mountain Hon will destroy as many as 100 deer In a single year. The estimate that the lives of 500 dear have been saved through the killing of nine of these wild beasts is -egarded as conservative. The trip of Winters and Thompson was undertaken for the purpose of killing off as many cougars as possible in two weeks and they returned bring ing nine skins as trophies. The hunts men have already sold the largest skins, one of which measures 8 feet 7 inches In length and the other al most eight feet. By disposing of these two skins for mounting the hunters are deprived of the state bounty of $10 apiece, because the present boun ty laws require the cutting off of a fore paw.—Portland Oregonian. Use of Baking Ammonia. Baking ammonia (powdered rock ammonia) Is used to some extent in pastry making, leman bismuits (so feathery light and delicate), are com monly made with it, but we would hes itate to recommend its use ordinarily lor making bread. Like other salts and chemicals, the strength of the powder may vary considerably with the time and condition of keeping, and your best plan would seem to be to Inquire of the druggist the specific amount to he used. It should be sPted free Iront lumps and is then silted among the flour and used thus with the other ingredients in pastry mak ing. It raises biscuits beautifully light and possibly similarly good results could I-«- ^btalner' "b bread. Parsnip Cones. Boil three gooil-sizcd parsnips and mash thlm very fine. Add to this a half cup of grated pineapple, butter, pepper, salt a dash of nutmeg, a tea spoon of sugar, one egg, a teaspoon of good sherry and a tablespoon of cream. Add enough cracker dust to form them Into litt's cones. a.iJ fry ! n very l ot lard. Serve iu napkin gar nished V. Uh v aterci $2000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN CUT PRICES A Big Auction Sale at James Buttcane Bargain Store, the last day on Saturday, April 29 at 1 p. m. Everything must be sold under the hammer as we have to vacate on the first of May. No reserve on anything. E. M. KENNEDY, Auctioneer. If you want show cases we have them at your own price. îr **? 5 ** Long spurs and pale legs are a sign of an old turkey. The gobbler, while It has less white meat, is supposed to have a better taste than the hen tur key. When washing out a tub with coal oil to quickly remove dark rims, do not neglect to wipe later with clean water and dry well. The oil left on collects dust and makes a tub slip pery. To avoid constant running to the cellar have chains run from the fur nace doors through the floor to some convenient spot on the first story. This will be found as easy way to check a furnace. A room that is used constantly should have ventilators to purify the air. There are various patent arrange ments, but the simplest form is to run a deep piece of glass on grooves in side one of the windows, which is al ways kept open behind it, Never put blueing in cotton under wear. as it turns it yellow. Soak first in clear, cold water, then rub with soap, roll tightly, and let the garment soak for half an hour. Rub lightly on a board, rinse, and hang firmly, so the garment sags less In drying. CANT LEAVE THE OLD FOLKS Kansas Girl's Reason for Refusal to Wed Is the Occasion for Some Serious Thought. A bride Ebout-to-be in a Kanass town the other day suddenly refused to be wed. She gave her reason ln£ nutshell: "I can't leave the old folks." She echoed the tragic plaint of a fa miliar song. It gives occasion for profound reflec tion; as, at first thought, this: how shall the line be drawn between filial love and duty and the urge of the su preme conqueror of lives—the God of Love? In all oriental countries this problem could not exist; the wildest of passionate love must yield before the ingrained obligation to a parental authority and due. In our own land the parents—not the child—raise the petitioning hand. That Is what makes the Kansas girl's act remarkable. When Is a child justified in desert ing her father and mother? For how long should she bide a wee? There is so much to be considered coldly, although it is difficult. These old par ents, by the and-lrons gave her life, nurtured her; gladly bestowed upon her the very essence of their love. Her growth was their daily scrutiny and sly remark; her development to womanhood, their wonder and pride. And then, as a singing, precious bird, she escaped from their cage. Thus it was for them, and is and shall con tinue to be for countless heart-broken parents.—Philadelphia Press. DiSHPANS MAY BE MUSICAL Man Who Sleeps Mornings Thinks They Should Be Keyed to a Diatonic Scale. "For a long time," said the man who sleeps mornings, "I have been hoping that some one would arise and Invent dish pans in E flat and kettles In G major. The family above me ap parently always washes its dinner dishes the morning after. "Yet I do not know that the bang of a dish pan is as bad as the Mo zartlan melodies dispensed by the oc 3 ?io'ial hand organ. I have about come to the conclusion, however, that two generations hence mankind will be able to relish any metallic noise as music. There is Richard Strauss, you enow, and Claude Debussy. We have :ot wonderfully used to sheer caco hony and some of us maintain, with .'hat truth 1 do not know, that we ike it. "If I thought that In 20 or 30 years e would be able to enjoy the dish an and kettle motifs l would never gain complain. Rut I think that silice ■ e are making such strides in the t': r; i tlon of enjoying harsh ounds tie in ven tors might meet us b - f wav l v inventing sets of house-.'.:, e keyed to diatonic scale.'' Sweet Potato Buns. Boll and mash two potatoes, rub In as much flour as will make it like bread, add a little nutmeg and sugar to your taste with a tablespoonful of good yeast. When it has risen work in two tablespoonfuls of butter cut finely; then form it into small rolls and bake on tins a nice brown. Serve hot; split open and butter. Good either for tea or breakfast. -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 White Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs : FOR SALE : I have a limited number of Eggs for sale from now on. Come out and look at my pens and see from what you are buying. $1.50 Per Setting of 13^Eggs S. B. WILLI$ What Will YOU Do At 50? Have you ever thought what will become of you when your earning capacity is waning? At 50 will you still be working for a low wage or enjoying a good income? 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BRANCH OF THE Great Western Hide M. VOLPERT. Mgr. Telephone 156 red; P. O. box 22.