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VOL. IX. NO. 37
OFFICIAL PAPER OF BLACKFOOT CITY AND BINGHAM CO., IDA. BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO. THURSDAY. AUGUST 10, 1916 $2.00 PER YE/ R MEETING OF MUSIC CLUB " The Thursday morning Music Club met with Mrs. John Millick when the following program was rendered: Overture, The Mnjic Flute........Mozart i ....Misses Howard and Mrs. Brokaw The meaning of Sonata ami Symphony ............................................Miss Peck | The meaning of divertisement ........ ....................Miss Genevieve Millick j Paper, Life of Beethoven................ ! ........................Mrs. Fred T. Dubois: The Moonlight Sonata, Beethoven | ........................................Miss Millick ; The meaning of "The Overture........ | . . 4 $. ...............................Mrs. Brokaw; Minuet, Amvrills, Ghys.................... Misses Howard and Mrs. Brokaw Melodv in F, Hubenstein .................... ....................................Miss Millick About thirty young ladies gave their undivided attention to the program. The Club had as honored guests, the M issus Howardof, Salt Lake City, who remlered "Ma jit* Flute" on cello and , violin with Mrs.Brokaw in the most creditable manner. As there were sev oral guests at the club who had heard the "Mnjic Flute" overture given by the Metropolitan Opera Company, of New Vork, it awakened many mem orios. The young artists played with such feeling and appreciation and dem uistrated unusual talent. The Club re grets that they eannol have these young belies with them at all their meetings. The Moonlight Sonata, as rendered by Miss Millick, was most pleasing. Her delicate touch and thorough know ledge of the thought that Beethov was trying to convey to the blind girl for whom he was improvising, she made evident to her listeners. Miss Millick through her hard work and ser- j ions application, is developing unusual j talent. She gave as an encore Ruben stien 's Melody in F. The club at its business meeting elected Mrs. John G. j Brown and Mrs. Blanche Kldredgc as j patronesses. N'-^he meeting this week! will be at the home of Mrs. F. W. Wil- | son when tlie subject of Harmony will be discussed and the life of Mozart Will f be given by Mrs. Fred T. Dubois, along, with musical selections from Mozart by Miss Millick ami Mr. Robbins. YELLOWSTONE* PARK EXCURSIONS August 12th. via Hotel Rfnite . August 14th. via "Wylie vVay." > .♦See O. S. L. Agents for details and folders. * . A-I2 Wash Day Problems Solved By using one of our Electric or Power Washing Machines : Lewis Power, Staticnary Wringer $27.00 Lewis Power, Swinging Wringer 29.50 Lewis Electric, Stationary Wringer 52.50 Lewis Electric, Swinging Wringer ' 57.50 Grinnell Electric, Swinging Wringer 60.00 Grinnell Electric, Swinging s Wringer and Extension Steel Bench 70.00 Any of the above machines sold on the easy payments of $5.00 down and $L00 a week. Call in and let us show them to you. NEIL F. BOYLE & CO. j ! . j : j ; * LAWN PARTY The beautiful home ami grounds of Hon. ami Mrs. Frei l T. Dubois were turned into a veritable "Midsummer Night Dream" last Thursday evening. Fairy lights danced everywhere and beautiful music was rendered on the \ iolin oel\o and piano. Blackfoot's younger set never appeared mow 1 charm ing as they danced in and out among the trees. The lawn-fete was given in honor of the nieces of Mrs. D'Orr Poyn ter. Miss Marie Hagney, of Saginaw. Michigan, Miss Agnes Brennan and Miss Davis of Montpelier, and Miss Marie and Helen Howard, who have been the guests of Mrs. Blanche Kid redge for the past two weeks. After an evening of fun and frolic, Igiht refresh merits were served on the lawn. R. F. D. MAIL CARRIERS Bonneville and* BB County H. L. (« # \ r nic t Augu. . t>, IRHi at Shelley, 1 ,i sl ht>. Ha ! a \ ery in .'cresting .meeting . n id disgusse«! how i<. make better ear r [ er s. All the old o Incurs were re-elect , e <l. The most interesting part of the! ,j., v was tiie big dinner served on the lawn of Carrier Gustaf Lindgren. All j } 1: ,d pleasant day and before returning \ U)Vt]0 were served ice cream, cake and coffee. The Shelley carriers amU wives j know how to show one a good time, j Next meeting will be held at Idaho | Falls in August 1917. j C. H. BROWN, Jr. Secretii spent Miss Doris Doan of Blmkfoo the week-end with friends here, Master Joseph Hall spent last week | at Brush Creek with his cousin, Frank j j Pratt. j Dr. Dairah and Miss C3ni\ce Just, went to Dillon Sunday with the Black foot base ball bunch, and report a very j pleasant time. j Little Miss Katie Just returned the last of the week from a trip to the | Yellowstone Park. She went with her !'giamhnother, Mrs. Monroe of Shelley, f Miss Rachel Morgiyi of Park City is visiting relatives here for a few Weeks. The Pattersons ami Prof. Sage and Miss Dye spent Sunday at Wolverine, guests of the W. R. Jones family. James .Just accompanied by his wife ami children made a trip to Salt Lake in his Ford last week. All returned safely but the Ford hud several wheel missing. Jack Rainey of Boise is a guest at Lone Pine Rauch. j j j | j | j D. Candidate for Repul Mr. Davis came to Idaho in 19i over since been engaged in ban! National Republican convention Hie state senate fioni Oneida cm and a consistent prohibitionist. D A V ï°* •lican Nomination for Governor. >tj, locating at American Falls, where he ;ing a-id tarming. lie was a delegate t<» in 11)12 and the same year was elect« itv. He is a mender of the Methodist chi TO HEISE IN THREE IIOU RS The following comprised an enjoy aVe auto party to the lleise Springs last Sunday: . Misses Helen Davi Katherine Brenn., Marie Ilepguuy, Goldie White, Ruth Brennan. Messrs. Rex Dunlap and i Pennington. They ' were - rhwpenmod by> Mr. ami Mrs. Dr. Poynter and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Reece. TÎie party left her it 2 p. in. and arrive«! about 5 at th springs, where they had a bath, ; lunch aid a rest, and about 7 they left for home, arriving here in good tine and spirits. They report th«' road to the spr x< « lient shape, ami say that tliei : bout ô<m guests at the springs. NgfiST ITEND PLEADS GÜILTY Ch. la rniri , tin 1 minimum been Dyson, the Aberdeen who is ne« use«! of the crime of with his 19-year-obl «laughter, last »Sat urdav pleathd guilty as charge was sentenced to the penitentiary f i term of not more than ten* limit for such crime. The ■»oriod of confinement has mil fixed and depends upon the pri influence and the pardon boa 1 Notwithstanding his plea of and the accusations of his «laugh' son he still maintains his inline« : he ruination of his only «la which lie blames on his son. It is possible for the defendant t :;ain his libertv within McGUIRE LEAVES BLACKFOOT H. C. McGuire, the popular who was formerly employe«! at th in pharmai-v, leaves the last week for Jerome, Idaho, where purchased a «bug store and will business for himself. Mr. McGuire is well thought Bhu kfoot and has the best wis his success in his new busim'ss his friends. His wife, who is visiting relati New York state, will return tl of this month and join her liusl Jerome. a 1 of ill of all BLACKFOOT LOFES DILLON GAME nt to m«l the Last Sumlay a special train Dillon wiilr the base ball team 'Many rooters. The train earrie« about | moi» people and about JIM) of th« Bla« kfoot people. The gam«* w by Dillon, the score being 12 favor of the Montana aggregation. It was an interesting game of the very few that tin* local U lost this year. The special train left this b:M0 Sunday morning and retu about 2 o'clo k Monday moi ni CARD PARTY Saturday night Miss Susie entertained a number of her friend« at the Biethan home on University j Card« were the amusement of ! ning, Military Five Hundred b< game. There were four tables. Goldie White and Niel Boyle, . the prizes. Dainty refreshments were ser ter which the guests departed for their homes. ^ MACABEE PICNIC a , Biethan ; ' Tin- I a «lies of tho Ma.ahoe lo«|sre fjavt*, ml one un has ■itv at ned at iveiiiie. the eve ing the M iss lr., w«m e«l. af a picnic at the city park Tuesday . ing. when a «ielicious* lunch was ser j t«^ about forty people. The : people spent the time pleasantl' j i»ig in the swings, etc., while t! ; bers ami guests enjoy en eonv * and the benches. The merry pic. departed f«.r their homes about o '«lock. I I youngerj swing mein ersatitin ight P.nf GRCUND IMPROVED Tlo* Y. I. F. Kbit's liav«* pi«*s«*i!t« «1 tlo »'ity Bark with a sj>b*nili«l. up to-«lal® ■TiilJrt'u's play ground t*«jiiipm« at, at a t-oial « «ist of 4120. It was made by tin Ku'iwar«* Gompany and shipp «I from S...-iiio;ii d«l, Ohio. It c-ciisists of tu« to* » bî-yrWT' ' WTTTg, ' trapezo. ffying rings, vFhftbiiig polo, chuto tin* rhuto | troad stair, 1101 izontiaf bar, atta«-h«*d to a 1(> foot, .*» h gal\ aniz«*d iron pip«*, j AH tho gnlviniHcd uprights and .stav.-j .iro imliodd«'«! in «^♦^i«*nt ami tho Mxluivs. arc all suspondod by stot'I chains mak | ing the ontiro up]mr:itus strong, durabb i aid«* to withstand tho «'h'moir.s as well j as constant usage*. Tin* City Park is in bt'autiful coudi I lion and with tho a ld : tioa of V play I grouml o(|iiijmioat to amuse* tho little ja'ople*, make s an ide'al rosort on a warm afte'rnoon, and many arc taking advnn tag«' of the* cool shade, grooi: grass and play groum! amuse*moiit>', as an ag.ee* able* diversion. Numerous pi ni«* parties have boon hold there. I.ast w«*«k, tlu* Baptist Sab 'oath Sell «d he*! ■ I 1 h - i r annual picnic tlioro, «Tuesday afloa'oon. Including' parents, teachers und si-h da s the re wore* about l ; l'J p • oiit. Tho little folks hail a merry go«.«! time. We'dnestlay «*\euing the B. Y. I\ V. hold a "twilight fete" in the Bark and report a full ate*n«lain e and a i o i i\ good Thursda v after noon th Women o Wooden, 11 ; and tin i*ir families held a pic nie there. A hont 1 n«) sat «1« wn t«» t In eon. The 1 a !i«*s 1 ir ned <-hildrei once more and on i«:\ ed tl .* " chute t In 1 1, nl os' 1 , ,„d toot «*!' boaru as mti h a | liu* little folks did. This w«*ek tin* ladies of the Macabee. aml their families held tlu* largest pie nie given so far this sea.-on. II wa a .very ko« iable affair. Lemonade wa ■ served during th« after iuu;n and at twilight a campfire was built a ad hot coffee serve«! with the picnic luncheon. It is «jiiit«* needless to say that the main attraction for tlu* lUtle folks was tlu* play ground equipment, and Huy enjo\ «*«1 it t«> the fullest evtaut. Other picnic j«arties are sclu* lui« 1 for later in the week. Th« V. I. holies have worked hard to rai^e the fiuols to purchase this jdayg-ound e«:uipment and feel gratified that the parei.- a- well a* tlu* childi«*u appréciai * it. More will be added as our funds will permit. We wish to thank everyone who do nated to our two dinners so (he«*rfu!ly end liberality. Kspeciaily the ladies in tin* rural districts and we cordially in vite you to bring your little folks for a «lavs frolic and let them enjoy the ploy grouml equipment in tlu* park. We wish to thank the cement con tractor oil the Kccles building for donating all the ceirrnt ami c< ucrete necessary. Also Mr. A. Jenkins for his donation. We wish to extend thanks to the Chautaut|ua executive committee for , their liberal cash donatic*n. We also ; w ish to thank Mr. R. 8. Scott. (Boyle Bros. hea«l plumb«*!' ) for donating his services in putting the fittings together. We were fortunate in securing Mr. Scott's services as it mpiired an expert plumber to put the apparatus together and he had previous experience in put ting ii]> the same apparatus for tlu* Salt Lake Publie Play Grouml. The V. I. S. or Uivic Club h r «* always worked for the public welfare of Black foot. The city cemetery stands as a monuemnt to their energy and now they ' are devoting their time to beautifying fhp ( , Uv ,. ark nn<t gr0 un.l foi tho Ki'hlios. ' ' KATK C. DoKAV. So rotarv, V. I. S. I The new win :»t that is m»w being markete«l is bringing flJTJ per hundred poumls in bulk. 11»«- highest pri««» liiii Las been paid for a Icng - line. ALEXANDER PRAISES COTTAGE ! :>' t Sm'dav î-îjflit Moso Aloxnn.lor. In' ohii,nitons Donoorntio ^ovornor of kilo), mado nil iun'\']K'i ti''j \ i"it to 'kl. kfoot on liis w»v to Maokav. Hisj '-■i, wo- •ioo.owliat lovsto'ions ns ovon ! ■is onrtv loaders mi l political bonofi invo's wo *■» cm. soldions kv tlioir ah ence, atol the oalv ones to welcome kirn i.iv I wo nid-chnmlisins r'erks who aid o.'! hnmnye to tlioir kim;. ami hum tv mol ko-nllv noliered him to tlie Cot . hotel. j .'«'ter I eo-isterino he pi'oeeeJed to ov k oj.oo'fs at the ctmrmiii"- mid en ioe. h -t," s, telling lie«- that there r-'"- 'f nn\ women like her in thr ho. lie eomrratnhited her 11 1 i f ■ 1 ! - - m I : I iinnrnved and ■ 1 ron 1 loi' l'dion of her hostek v a '■■■•<<■ her that it was a credit to Bhi k * m « id.-.'tv stood enough for the "-e '«itv t'oit needed no new hotel. ■; n.'i ti. the governor has not keen financially successful in the hotel im"-s a« lie has keen in politics, for referred to A Win worth H' stork ke I In n certi'in fdaho lintel for wli'o-h 'V. o'd ke e'ed to get cents on Hie Id -a inioi"'. wo "ere informed .t H.., hotel «o "'kick Moses referred « Die now *1.-0 (inn Weiser hotel that its stock I two as ■ -■ ! eon a white elephant t ->kl...... who have already p " ''ÜB'!' ts. T*-«» bn-.l M ■'•■;«' ic uni gon«! "MW- • j •« In* ;i i'll c II M s I'l" «U' t L M t iii'i l u st ,u«*Mouls M-'.l vomis«*. 1 f'onomy enunot b«* ;ippli«*.| to lln* un Oi l llliî '1 «' l)ot«*l. j 11 : i ! TJ10MA T r.OÎTOOL NOTEE A !«« i -;s me« t * - was 1 1 di! at tl,o s' linol nil-"* n list i, t Xu. 1 Tlioro woro to n1(*!S i"' 'sen ÎM d hv a unanimous v«»t«* lie B a r 1 of T •ustces were instru* t «*• l ') pur .i,. (Mil put int o oj>«*r;iti*>n for months of 1 !u coming school term M» vagons « i, 1 h<* thn«i' i ropos«*d routes. 'v a ■ of * of MS to ^ til ■ Board was in t s-llcti .i to nil an .do tion to s«'cim* 7.uim bomls t< 1>11i1< 1 a m*w 4-m«*m olionl house jus soldi, of tin* old on«* ml t« h * sc «i i k till f«*«*t from road. N I II l.S ANDKKSOX. Clork. Slmho out dlier rt ef of vour pa ici ice Bummer is h«*rt*. GRPHEUM THEATR E Wednesday and Thursday August 16 and 17 THE V1TAGRAPH FEATURE "THE JUGGERNAUT 1 The Colossus of Modern Runway-- Drama beaturing—Amta Stewart ard Earle Williams Admission 10 and 20c A Substantial Eacking .....r; 'stK' T I1KRK IK NOTH! N (i WHICH AS quickly «lulls tin* jeys of liv ing as coiitrnnvl worry ov«*r mon«*v !iiatt(*rs. Join tl,,' ran! ;s «.t the<<* who s«* «-«»nt; nt meut is haek o,l hv u ea.J, r. Ml"»«*. ( )pen a Kavi MgS Account v. ith D. W. ÎS1 am trod & < ■«,!>* pany to«*ay , ami you will n alizo t lia i money in the bank iiicans infini U*ly more Vha 1 just hO man v ■ dollars MiV e«l. D. W. Standrod & Co. Bankers ELACKFOOT IDAHO FINAL LIST OF POLITICAL FILERS ~ ~ ! Hast Saturday was tin* last Jay for tin* filing; of political nominations for Stato ami County offices ami the rei-oni er was kept kiisy making the ilosiml filings, esjieeially for Demoernts who delayed their liotninations for the last «lav ami many for the last hour. j Mrs. M. D. Jackson, who had political .npsimtions to ke lomnty school superie tendent, had a change of heart akeet filim; time and concluded to tfivo Mr. Bartlett of Moreland a «dear field against the present iticumbent. «fcc. * Tiie Ô a-pitants fot political dfli, e since our press day. last Thursday, nr« : II. c. Dvgert. county attorney; XV. A. Beak ley, county attorney. A. 1!. trunnions, sheriff; F. K. D.< Kay, sheriff; Wm. Drew, sheriff. I«. (1. Johnston. A. S. Dickinson, Mask Colhuni, John H Ton's. 1!. Harvey A.:l red. is pi e: aitat ive. Win. Bartlett school superintendent, linin' Fmileoner, school superinteml llo\\:i'«l 1 '»i«*thon, r«»r«»!i« '. II. Aiiihrw B«*n-oii, t i «*msiiv«m-. K. f I\ M.-ibom, I*. B. Damm, Wm. M. Dyu, ass«*ssor. i T. J. B«nfi«*tt. - « ' l. : « tor. ! W. ('. F..llonb«*ig, r. J. M. Ri«l«*r. F. 1\ Hal \ i'rson. John ! :. Kcii.w , CO «un miss ion«*'-. Ja-. \ "oung. surv«*v« Win. . \ 1 11 h«* uy. pr.»b: it«* judgt Thank ,s t«» James I, !. Ryan, \N ho ^ i r it in g in N « ■ w York Citv. foi - an ,*opy of Tlit.« 1 Kvi'iiiii g T«-I«»gt am Gaining : an a « -ount of •Tie killi) Ig of and tin* wounding of hundreds by t. (*xplosion of a rar « f «îynamiie « Black Tom Island, opposite Jersey City near tin. statue of Libertv. White Transfer, Coal and Storage. Auto service. Phone 48. 6-1-tf. YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCURSIONS Anjriist 1 'til., vin Hotel Route. AusfUHt 1 I ' In " Wylie Way." See O. S. H. A«;etits for details ami folders.