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Call! Promptly Anoworod Might or Dag Nothing But txporiomod Mon Cmploytd. funeral directors UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING. [M BALM mo * SPECIALTY PHONE NO. 8 BROWN & ELDREDGE. Local News Matters WMM I/ k I ON WESTERN SHORES. 25 Cents. 25 Cents for the week, Would your friends back home like it? John and Gregory Jones went to Arco Friday. You can send them the Daily for the week for 25 cents. Louis Felt has named his west side place the Model Ranch. Wouldn't it be a joke if the serial story is about you or your folks? T. H. Bolin has moved out to the Model Ranch in Porterville. > V „ ON WESTERN SHORES. i Mrs. W. C. Strother got home from Portland Thursday evening. They might like the Indian stories or the series "On Western Shores." W. D. Trego and family left Sunday morning for a tour of the coast. All who take the Weekly Republican get the Daily free. That's our treat. Fish on ice, and all fresh meats in the cooler. Miller, Stone & Taylor. p ON WESTERN SHORES. W. A. Samrns and J. L. Myers of Poca tello were up on a business trip Satur day. L. Allgood has accepted a place as salesman for the Blackfoot Implement company. Write Wadsworth Music Co. Idaho Falls for catalogue and prices on Organ and Pianos. 2t The Daily Republican will be sent free to regular subscribers. Have you subscribed? 25c. Dr. Githens has leased the McTucker barn, near the Power plant and will use it as a veterinary hospital. * / ON WESTERN SHORES. Jas. Johnston has returned from a trip to Lost River where they have some of their stock on the range. Miss Mabel Thompson went to Salt Lake Saturday where she will attend * school at St. Mary's Academy. The Davis Bros, of the Davis Mer cantile company of Basalt were in town the last of the week on business. 4 i ON WESTERN SHORES. J. E. Cowles returned Friday from Hailey where he went to set up two thresher outfits for the C. W. & M. Com pany. Jas. Buttcane is erecting a building the entrance of the fairground % near which is to be used for a store and resi dence combined. W.J. Mallory and E. N. Freeman from Arizona have been looking over the country around Blackfoot and Basalt with a view of locating. Mrs. E. P. Sweet and daughter, Glenn, left Thursday for Moscow, Idaho. They have lived at Blackfoot for many years and leave a host of friends who wish them well in their new home. ON WESTERN SHORES. Albert Anderson will have a new up to-date livery barn built just west of Duncan and Durham's blacksmith shop. The building will cost about $4000. J. A. Collins has been out on his ranch at Islank Park lately, doing a lit tle improving and lassoing a wild chick as often as he 'found one on the fight. i en ON WESTERN SHORES. Rev. B. F. Clay who wag running for congress last fall on the democratic tick et, was fined $150.00 last week for strik man with an axe, in a quarrel aris f ing a ing from a division of water for irriga m tion. L. J. Porter is having a nine room brick house built on his ranch with a big fine cellar which he says is to be his wine and cider room. Maby you have something coming. M. J. Banks, who was once a resident of Blackfoot, and who has spent several years on the coast, has returned and en gaged in contract work among tfce busy builders of the town. 4 > oil ON WESTERN SHORES. r > Mrs. L. M. Capps, Miss Mollie Fricke and Miss Bertha Scott reached home Wednesday morning from Portland. Mrs. Capps was ill much of the time she and could not enjoy the trip. was operating at Louis Neph s ranch east of town was partially destroyed by fire last Friday. The tire was caused by an ex plosion of dust and smut in the cylinder, be to 4 was gone The Dansie thresher which A ON WESTERN SHORES. 25 Cents. 25 Cents for the week. Would your friends back homelike it? Latest style hats at Mrs. Jackman's You can send them the Daily for the week for 25 cents. Miss Zellar returned Saturday from Payette. Add to your telephone card: D. P. Pratt, 100 f. Frank DeKay and family are back from the hills. Miss Kate McGuire is back from a visit to McCammon. B. S. Rupp the architect took a trip to Salt Lake last week. ON WESTERN SHORES. Miss Rebecca Wright has been serious ly ill since our last issue. Miss Anna Scott returned from Port land the first of the week. Wouldn't it be a joke if the serial story is about you or your folks? Chas. Ashton has gone to Pocatello to work in the Royal Exchange. They might like the Indian stories or the series "On Western Shores." Home cured hams at 12% cents Miller, Stone & Taylor. The best place to buy school supplies Scott & Co's. Drug Store to is ON WESTERN SHORES. Thos. Kneale left Sunday morning for Niwott Colorado to be gone a week or two. Wm. Mathews was down from Lost River Saturday on business with the sugar company. The Blackfoot Implement company has built a new granary at their yards on Bridge street. The tracks at the fairgrounds are in fine condition and jDckeys are busy training for the races. ON WESTERN SHORES. . of to to ing C. F. Molden, E. E. Kelly, H. B. Niel sen and Dan Gntting went duck hunt ing at Tilden September first. Jas. Bolander who lives on the west side above Porterville has some corn which he will exhibit at the fair. Rev. G. G. Haley and wife are now settled at the Parsonage and Mr. Haley is mapping out a lot of work for himself. Wm. Cotter of Brigham City visited Blackfoot and Lost River last week look ing for a location. He went home Sun day. c ON WESTERN SHORES. Mrs. John Girard who has been at Ross Fork for treatment for some time is much improved and is expected home today. You know it, don't you? You can al most pick out the characters when you read the serial story. You'll see it in ten days. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines. Extras and Supplies for all kinds of Sewing Machines. Wadsworth Music Co. Idaho Falls. 2t The two-year-old daughter of C. F. Smith of Rich died last Friday and was buried at the Thomas Cemetery on Sat urday afternoon. ON WESTERN SHORES. Mr. Rose, the express agent has ac cepted a place on the survey corps of the American Falls Canal and Power company, and Lester Sill has taken his place in that office. Lucius Killion takes the place made vacant in the freight departmeht by Mr. Sill's promo tion. Five of the fourth grade pupils who failed in their examination last spring reviewed their work during the vacation and took another examination, with the result that they were admitted to the fifth grade on the opening of school. Their names are Alice Rhea, Sadie Cur tis, Neola Downing and Ruth March. Miss Permeal French met with a se rious accident last Thursday. While helping in the kitchen of her hotel in Broadford and lifting a vessel full of hot water, she broke through a board in the floor, the hot water scalding her, and her face and shoulder striking against a ta ble. She will probably be laid up for some time in consequence.—Wood River Times. p. if A big force of carpenters are at work oil the sheds for the stock show, on the heel of the peninsula across the Guild Lake, at the Lewis and Clark Exjiosi tion. The framework of the will be room for 500 head of cattle, 300 sheep, 200 bogs and 150 goats, and there are enough entries to fill every stall. the and an various barns are already completed, and all will be in readiness by September 10. As the stock show dates are September 19 to 29, inclusive, this is ample time. There ON WESTERN SHORES. E. A. Doud's 'phone number is 94 K. It is contagious. Planning for the fair. Stella Conger S|ient the week at Poca tello. Machine work or hand work at Kin ney's shop. D. H. Biethan is back from a trip east to buy goods. A lot of race horses are in training at the fairgrounds. Harry Lamar is the new moxologist at the Gem Saloon. Are you planning to do something for the Blackfoot fair? The Pioneer Drug Store is being treat ed to a coat of paint. Ring 'phone 98, agency for Troy Steam Laundry of Salt Lake. The old shoes are easiest. Kinney re pairs them on Bridge street. a Miss Elma Anderson went to her home near Moore Wednesday. Mrs. J. A. Pack, of Camas, Utah, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Carruth. terms. Acre tracts for sale on eas' Near new school house. E. M. I People wanting berries of any kind in get them of O. F. Smith. Ring 94-3. ON WESTERN SHORES. Judge Stevens will leave tomorrow for Salmon City to try a murder case. Miss Harvey and Mrs. Divinney were up from Ross Fork the first of the week. J. Mori of the Japanese Labor As sociation went out to Lost River Wed nesday. Byrd Trego and wife will visit the Ross Fork agency and Industrial School Saturday. Troy Steam Laundry of Salt Lake has a delivery system in Blackfoot. Ring 'phone 98. The ON WESTERN SHORES. Miss Jackson, who taught in the Blackfoot school last year, returned last week from Iowa. G. L. Kile from Los Vegas, Nevada, has accepted a place as clerk in the Blackfoot depot. W. C. Conkle of Benedict Nebraska is visiting his sister Mrs. E. B. Roy who lives northeast of town. Latest Sheet Music at Wadsworth Music Co. Idaho Falls. Mail orders will have prompt attention. The five months old baby of Harry Gesas died last Saturday and was taken to Salt Lake for burial Sunday. is is 2t ON WESTERN SHORES. Work is going on rapidly with the in stallation of the new waterworks under the direction of Adolph Johnson. Quite a delegation went from Black foot to attend the annual meeting of Baptists at Pocatello, now in session. , Antone Veso and wife, Dick Ferris and Miss Libby Ferris went out on Monday's train on their way home from Portland. At the school election last Monday Geo. Holbrook and E. A. Doud were elected to fill the places on the board. Chas. Allen, who has been with the . W. & M. Company has taken charge of the lunch counter at the Rock Sa loon. The Blackfoot Mill and Elevator com pany are presenting very nice book sacks to hundreds of school children this week. A number of shows are coming to town for the fair and there will be a chance to "Hit the Trail" without going to Portland. An Indian boy was killed in an acci dent at Ross Fork last Friday, by being thrown from a horse or vehicle and hav ing the neck broken. Claude Farmer who has been in the employ of the Pocatello Light and Water company has been in town this week making some repairs and exten sions in their lines. a nie the by c ON WESTERN SHORES. Labor Day is observed by all the states and territories of the United States except Nevada, North Dakota and Wyoming. It is also observed in many provinces of Canada. Mrs. M. M. O'Malley and two little daughters from Cheyenne Wyoming visiting Mrs. W. B. Eldredge this week. Blackfoot people knew Mrs. O'Malley as Miss Mary Gallagher. The visiting hours at the asylum have been changed to Tuesdays and Thurs days, from 10 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to 4 p. m. Visitors who have friends in the institution need not observe these hours they have come from a distance to see them. are if ON WESTERN SHORES. Our home Indians have been enter taining some visitors from the camps of theNez Perces, and had duck hunts, rabbit drives and horse races. Saturday, Sunday and Monday they danced and then the visitors took leave of their hosts, bearing away many presents in gaudy blankets, beads, hats and other paraphernalia. a; merchants to see that the Rural Route number one extends to the Tooms place north of Porterville, and there are about eighteen families above that point within six miles. It would be in order for them to apply for an extention of the route to accomodate will them, and it would be nice of Blackfoot matter is taken up at an early date. J. A. Carman ih at Glen rock, Wyoming. There is a nick baby at Charlie Hart's. Ed Rowles went out to catch a trout Thursday. FALL PASTURE: Close to town. E. M. Kennedy. The passenger trains are generally late since the World's Fair travel is so heavy. Mrs. A. R. Pierce of Wilcox Colorado is visiting her sister Mrs. J. P. Hutchin son of Riverside for a couple of weeks. The "Hottest Coon in Dixie" will show in town tonight and is said to be a good show. They played at Pocatello and the Tribune speaks well of the play. There will be a ball game at the fair grounds Sunday at 2:30 p. m. between the sub-juniors.,of Wapello and Black foot. Admissicm to grounds and grand stand will be 20 cents. It is nice to know when you go to bed that your deeds, insurance policies and other valuable papers are beyond the reach of fire and thieves. The First National Bank has installed a lot of boxes which they rent at reasonable prices for such purposes. The Elks of Blackfoot organized their committees Wednesday evening for en tertaining the visiting Elks on Purple Day at the fair. They will come up on a special train and after doing the fair arid making some easy money (?) on the races will be treated to a grand ball and banquet in the evening, returning to the City of Shops in the small hours of the morning. They will have a band of 22 pieces and there will be music in the air. With the conclusion of peace nego tiations at Portsmouth and the early ratification of a treaty between Japan and Russia, the Chicago & Northwes tern is understood to have ordered rushed to completion a large order for new equipment for the Overland Lim ited, their crack-evefry-day-in-the-year train between Chicago and San Fran cisco. This in expectation of a large volume of traffic to and from the Pa cific coast, due to the immediate com mercial expansion that is anticipated.', K. the at at for 7 is Hospital for Blackfoot. It has been talked of before but now it is in operation. It is for horses only, and is conducted by Dr. Githen. It is located at the barn near the power house, and is already accomodating several patients. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS. "Fighting a Dream" will be the sub ject of Rev. Mr. Haley's discourse next Sunday evening, at the M. E. Church. The morning subject will be "Moses' Rod." Good music. Everybody invited. The Blackfoot School. School began Tuesday with an attend ance of 416 pupils. Some of the primary grades were not filled as was expected, owing perhaps to the fact that people living on the west side did not under stand that pupils from there were to be admitted in the afternoons at the east side school. Those living on the east side have their sessions in the forenoon and those from the west side use the rooms in the afternoon. There has been a conspicuous absence of little folks from the Irving side, and they should not wait for the completion of the new building. The seniors put up a new appearance this year, there being four boys and two girls, as follows: Mabel Pettibone, Min nie Kinney, Richard Stevens, Harry Kinney, Wendall Gagon and Ernest Kirkpatrick. The juniors also have a majority of boys; Violet Gray, Lucy Bond, Albert Whitten, Percy Stewart and Orr Chapman. All departments are under the direc tion of Prof. Chas. Johnson, with Prof. Melton and Miss Gillespie in charge of the high school work and the following named teachers in charge of departments show the table below. Following is a list of the enrollment by rooms. Grade Number Teacher Side Primary 41 Miss McCracken E First.30. Second Miss Kinney Both 56 Miss Lomon E " .26 Miss Doud Third 23 Miss Zeller W E 23 W 42 Miss Coumerilh Miss Don Carlas E Miss Scott.E Miss Johnson Fourth Fifth 32 Sixth.47 Seventh 33 Eighth 25 Miss Vander Berg E .16 . E E Ninth Tenth Eleventh 5 Twelfth Primary 22 9 6 Miss Smith W Total.416 Bank Clearings. The Bank clearings for the week i follows: Sept. 1,. are a; $4,677 31 1,639 61 3,482 34 5,032 02 4,056 90 3, Total $16,888 18 Don't Take Any Chances bring your prescriptions and family re ceipts to scott ,V i oV Drug store. They will be filled right and lowest prices charged. ■ LAUGH Of Course You'll Laugh Every Day and You'll > YELL To Beat the Band, and You'll Get Excited and n m K§> JUMP UP &D0WN And then You'll Look Over the Magnificent Display of Idaho Pro ducts and Though Seri ous You'll Still be Happy £ J* Horses will Prance and Bands will play; the side attractions will be a car nival in themselves and you can tell your friends it will all happen at THE FAIR TO BE HELD AT BLACKFOOT SEPT. 19-22 COMMENCE TO TALK IT AND DON'T LET UP.