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TTh« Blackfoot News
PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY.
PSKOV JONES, PÜI1USHKU.
TEEMS Of SUBSCRIPTION :
One Year .,....
Six Mouths .in
Three Months.,
*3.00
1.76
1.00
AdyertUlng mto* furnUbwl on anpllealluo.
Entered at tbe postoitlce at Black foot, Idaho,
for transmission as second claw mail matter
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, JI NK 17, IMS.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
SMITH 4' KERR,
Attorneys at Law,
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
PractltM* in the State and It. 8. Couru
Physician and Surgeon,
"A ksrsliycbarWMrf Medical li»8e*o In «ood
■undinif -Oilorado Slat« Board of Medical
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
W. A. DODGE' M- D-j
R. V. OOZIBR,
ATTORNEY AT LA IK
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS.
BLACKFOOT,
IDAHO.
G. W. PENDLETON.
Graduate Mudkwl Deiwrtwein Uulreialty of
Denver. I«s*.
Kumlian.
Idaho.
Idaho Fall«,
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Stewart & Dietrich,
Plackfoot, Idaho.
NR« In all Ht* foult» and United Staxe*
UndOOcM.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DENTISTRY A SPECIALTY.
IDAHO.
UALL8 ANSWERED DAT AND NIGHT.
OFFICE AT FERNISH DRUG STORE.
BLACKPOOT, *
Attorney at LkAwJ
8. C. WINTERS,
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
BTN'oUn Public in the office.
E. P. BLIGKENSDERFEPv
Attorney ot Lavi?.
POCATELLO. IDAHO.
WUI Practice In alt tbe Court« of tbe State,
J- H- BEAN,
Assintant Surgeon II. P. Railway.
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
oommunicatkJh promptly
(V*TMerrwphio
>1 tended to.
THON. F. TERRELL
J. W. EDEN.
KUHN TKHRELL,
Attorneys At Law.
POCATELLO. IDAHO.
Practice In all Btatc and Unite«! State« Courts.
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C.Bintlag, Jr, C.W. Lynan, G.Y. Willie»
P DÏÏWIPÏMP 8i Pfl
R, \V. FA BIS,
a A. TUSH,
TUSH & FAfUS.
CIVIL ENGINEERS INN SURVEYORS.
Kali mates Furnished on all kinds of work.
Ditch Work a npcomUy.
Map*. Pint*. Tracings, nine Print*.
mitcd on »hört notice.
ornOMOI Washington Avenue,
Ktc. Rl©
UTAH.
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BANKERS,
Blackfoot, Idaho.
TRANSACT 6ENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Approved Security.
Insure Your Buildings
Against Fire with
F. W. VOGLER,
Pioneer Insurance Agt.
Of Bingham County. He
re|>iw('BiA Five of the beat
Flro Companies, ulao the
New York Life Ins, Cq i
1 Notes of the Week.
A veiy large acreage of grain has
been seeded in the Bexburg country.
The coal fields in Fremont county
promise well. The more they are
looked into the better the prospects.
Attorney W. T. Reeves was elected
a school trustee in one of the Boise
districts.
Sherifl Cutshaw, of Fremont county,
was indulging in handshaking with
old time friends iu Blackfoot Monday,
A number of families have moved
to the vicinity of Rexburg and settled,
and others arg going in.
Logan county is infested with crick
ets innumerable, and crickets hop
and eat, but eat more than they hop.
Rev. J. M. Wilder and family visit
ed in Pocatello several days this
week.
Cantaloupes have appeared in 8t.
Louis market and sell readily at 40
aud 50 cents apiece.
Mosquitoes have gathered in mill
ions along Blackfoot river bridge
towards Fort Hall school.
Miss Lizzie Gallagher, of Pocatello,
spent Saturday and Sunday iu Black
the guest of Miss Blanche Jone«.
Mr. Geo. Hammond is improving
j his 10 acre lot in southern part of
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lOWn * n 1 W * U erect a residence lor
j his family thereon.
Dr. Givens, superintendent of the
asylum, was on the sick list and con
fined to his bed several days of last
week
As an evidence that everything is !
j growing in this country: last year
IK>stage stamps were a little over half
j the size of those ot this year.
The rejmrls and assurances of def- j
; inite action by conirress on the money j
question have a cheering effect and
are already brightening tbe business
outlook.
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; Florida shipped laat season 3,900,
j (100 boxes of oranges at an average ^
| price of »1.31 per box. A conserva
jtlve estimate of the present crop i
: placetl gt 5 000.000 Ihixcs.
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The school board belt! its first meet
ing Saturday afternoon anti organized (
by electing James MeTucker chairman j
and Geo. F. Gagon secretary. No,
other business was transacted.
Rev. A H. Lyons of Pocatello will !
j Waiter Itamsey, atone time at Ross
Fork agency, held a desk in the old
Ford u,e *' ro buildiu «- Washington.
at tbe time of its collapse but was
j absent at the time of the accident.
j Sixty-eight clerks in the General.
( Land Office at Washington are book-1
cd for dismissal 1st of July. This is
not a political move, but is made tin- !
der requirements of thc appropriation i
lull
occupy the pulpit at Uic Baptist
('hurt'll Sunday morning and cveuing.
Rev. Mr. Gage, prut tor, will, in ex
change, go to Poctacllo and fill Mr.
Lyons' pulpit.
It is told by those who know their
habits that eels and carp fish remain
In thc same position all winter. They
go near thc bottom of reedy lakes or
ponds early in thc winter snd remain
there as long as there is any ice above
j them.
! Washington advices say that Post
master General Bisscll will recede
from his former rulings touching
fourth class postmasters and will
j henceforth remove anti ap|>oint on
! the recommendations of Congressmen,
All of which will be more «atiaf&ctory j
to tho part * v -
Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Powder
(s swiftly taking the place of the cheap adulterated Baking
Powders. The reasons for this are plain. It is the only Pure
Cream of Tartar Baking Powder having any considerable sale.
Price's Cream Baking Powder
Works more quickly and does finer work than other brands.
Makes Hot Bread wholesome.
Biscuit white and flaky.
Pastry of finest flavor,
Cake that remains moist and sweet,
Griddle cakes that delight the palate.
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Editor Wallin, of the Moutpelier
Post, waved an examination and is
held for the U. 8. grand jury for his
alleged lottery scheme of disposing
of a sewing machine.
Itev. G. 0. Stull, for five years pas
tor of the M. E. church. Blackfoot,
but now of Billings, Montana, spent
Sunday and Monday with his old
charge in Blackfoot The Good Tem
plars, by unanimous vote at their
meeting .Saturday evening, requested
him to preach Sunday, and to this
were added urgent requests of many
old acquaintances and friends, but he
declined to break iu on tbe program
for tbe day, Children's Day, but
promised a special sermon on his re
turning visit Mr. Stull has an ex
cellent appointment at Billings and is
doing good work.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a universal
beautifier. Harmless, effective, and
agreeable, it has taken high rank a
raong toilet articles. This prepara
tion causes thin audtweak hair to be
come abuudaut, strong, healthy, and
restores to gray hair its original color.
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Childreu's Day.
Children's Day was appropriately
observed at tbe M. E. church Sunday.
In tbe evening tbe Sabbath school
children rendered n program specially
prepared for the occasion and for the
anniversary of the day, this Colum
bian year. Miss Mattie Hopkins rep
resented Columbia, and Douglas
Smith with "Just Laws," Perry Anson
with "Worthy Rulers," Charlie Bas
sett with "Good Citizens," Annie Bas
sett with "Christian Schools," Eva
Rogers with "True Reiigiou" and
Maud Hopkins with "Sacred Sabbath,"
her Defenses. Little Dot Cherry pre
sided at the organ and captured the
audience with her easy, graceful per
formance.
j The church was crowded to over
! flowing, and the audience retired
pleMed wiUl thc f .(T orU of the little
^ fa it,
A ( »1 lapse or Ford's Old Theater.
The collapse of Ford's old theater
building, Washington I). C. Friday of
last week, by which 24 lives were lost
and more than 50 persous injured was
; a tragedy less national than that
which oeeured in the same building
in 18G5 but more distruclive of life in
(joint of numbers. It will be remem
bered that it was in this building
Wilkes Booth assassinated President
Lincoln.
For years past the old building has
been used for offices for work in con
( nectiou with the pension bureau and
j 500 clerks held desks therein,
long time it has been considered un
safe and protest after protest was
! ma<,e a ** iMt it8 «**•
Friday it suddenly collapsed and
24 souls were hurried into eternity
and more than a half hundred bodies
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For a
mangled aud bruised.
One of the strangest coincidences
connected with the tragedy was that
the building fell on the very day of
the funeral and burial of Edwin Booth
brother of the assassin Wilkes Booth.
bank tax. There is an overwhelming
j sonti ment in favor of repealing tbe
Sherman silver law. tempered by
Three Leading Issues.
New York, June 7. —Thc World
has polled most of the members of
the now Congress on three questions
that will come before them at the
ncx*, session—the Sherman silver law.
an income tax and repeal of thc Statt*
a
is
feeling that in return a fair recogni
tion of silver as a money metal should
be given. On the question of an ic
come tax the opponents and advocates
of it are about tied. Western and
Southern members favor it A major
ity is found in opposition to the re
peal of the tax on 8tate banks' circu
tion.
Ail Free.
Those who have used Dr. King's
New Discovery knows its value, and
those who have not, have now the op
portunity to try it Free. Cali on the
advertised Druggist and get a Trial ,
Bottle Free. Send j'ourname and ad
diess to H. E. Bucklin * Co., Chicago,
and get a sample box of Dr. King's
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NewLife rule Free, as weil as a Guide
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to Health and Household Instructor.
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tree. All of which is guaranteed to
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good and cost you nothing.
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a
Dr. W. IL Behie and Son's Drugstore.
Don't forget to get j our File Works
for the 4th at Fernish Drug Store.
ASSESSMENT .NOTHE.
The Rivekaide Ditch Cohpabv, l
Blackfoot. Idaho.
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Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the directors held no the «111 day of May. \HAi.
an a*«e»«uient of III cents per »hare va. levied
U|K*n tbe oa|tilai stock of the ixjrporation,
payable June SUdi. IMA to John W. Given*.
Secretary, at hi« oflton In Blackfoot. Idaho.
» capital in me corporation,
June suth. IKW8, U, John W. Given*,
rotary, at hi* oflkw in Blackfoot, Idaho.
Any stock upon wnieh this a**e»«uient re
mum* unpaid or, tbe SUth day of June. IHlti,
will be<I.-lln<|iii-nt and advertised for wile at
public auction, and utile-»* {wytnetit 1 ■
before. »ill be tvHd on July 30tb, INIS,
is lUttde
jre. wilt be sold ou July aim I««, to pay
delinquent a**ee*uient together with oost*
of advertulng and expense* of «ale.
tie
May 3(iih, 1««.
Jons w. Give««.
Secretary Riverside Ditch < V».
Blackfoot, Idaho.
IS THE PROBATE COURT,

Or tHEO ocwnr or 1 !im;h»m. State or Idaho.
Order to show cause why Order of Sale of
Real Property should not be made.
Iu tbe matter of the Esta le of
G 11.1.1s McPherson,
Deceased.
F. A. Pvke the administrator
of Gült* McPherson, deceased,
petition herein praylUK m
the real projierty. cl said decedent, b> wit :
the NWq. Section 8. TViwtjship 1« North,
ttauxe :tr. liast. U. M , for the purposes therein
set forth.
It is thereiore ordered by the Honorable !
Frei 8. Steven*. Judge of said Court, that ail
persons interested in the personal estate of i .
«1 1 deceased, appear la-fore the said Prolate
Court, on Monday, the loth day of June. 1««.
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day. at
tbe court r<wim of aatd court, in Blackfoot,
Sïdi'rîÂS^'l»
mimstralor to *eU t£Twid real estate of the
said deceased. GI1I1* McPherson.
And that a copy of this order he puhlisbed
at least five successive weeks in The Bcack
nK»T News, a ttewsoaper printed and pub
lished in said Uhurhaai county.
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of tb<* ©»uite
■iha viiifT flkvt hi»
r mi order of Hal© of
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Fred 8. Stevens.
Judge.
Dated May Nth, IHM.
Only the Scars Remain.
" Among the many testimonials which I
see in regard to certain medicine« perform- j
ing cures, cleansing the Wood, etc.," w rites
Henrt Hudson, of tbe James Smith
Woolen Machinery Co., j
Philadelphia, Fa., "nom
impress me more than my ;
own ease. Twenty years
ago, at the age of 18 years, i
I bad swellings come on
my legs, which broke and
became running sores.
Our family physician could
do me uo good, aud R was
(eared that the bones
would be aHected. At last.
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my good old mother
urged me to try Ayer - «
Sarsaparilla- I took three
bottles, the »ores healed,
and I have not been
troubled since. Only the
scars remain, and the
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«tremor? of lire pH«!, to
remind
Ayer's Sarsaparilla ha* done
weigh two hundred aud twenty pound#, and
am in the best ot health. I hare been on the
road tor the past twelve year*, have noticed
Ayer's Sarsaparilla advertised in ail parta
ot the United Slates, and always take pleas
ure In telling w hat good it did for roe."
of the good
1 liow
For the enre of all dl*ea*e* originating In
Impure blood. Ihe best remedy Is
AYER'S Sarsaparilla
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer kOo., Lowell, Ms»».
Cures others, will cure you
Keatujnsttlp Rules.
Never put off till to-morrow what
you can do today.
Never trouble others for what you
can do yourself. This will promote
your tudepcntlencc.
Never spend your money before
you have it. This will save you from
many difficulties, and some tempta
tions.
Never buy what you do not want
because it is cheap. Mauy have been
ruined by this.
Pride costs more than hunger,
thirst, or cold. Banish it from your
heart
Never have to repent of eaten too
much. Temperance is health.
Nothing is troublesome that we do
williugly. If you would lighten
labor—love it
How much pain have those evils
cost us which never happen«!?
Wait, then, till trials come.
Take things always by their smooth
handle. Make tho most of merdes,
aiuj do not exaggerate H'iajs.
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ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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Notiw u bereb)joyen ttm; Pren t. Duus».
ofBlackluoi, Idaho, lma filed notice of bln in
t^ntion to make proof on his deiw*rf-iand claim
Mo. U& for tbe unourveyed NE»*. B*4, NW>*,
s«c. 24 Tp. t south, Kansrc 'm east, and lou 11
aud 2. See. 1«, Twp.2 south. ran«e «5 ea»t. be-i
fure itofristor «od Beoeiverat weUoot Ida
ho. Monday the 17tb day of July, IWA.
H« names the foUotrfn* Witnesses to prove
tli« complete irrigation and rocUmatlon
said land : Isaac Ericsson. Eugene T. Ho»©.
George A. Worden and Jo»lab Hobbs all of
Hiackfoot, Idaho.
Pan hy J. Atrjfcox,
Begieter.
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Desert Land, Final Proof.--Notice for
Publication.
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il. S. Un> Omcr. at Blackvoot. Idaho, i
Junestb. vm. f
Notice Is hereby given that Patrick Murphy.
of Beaver Canon, Fremont county. Idaho, has
filed notice of his intention to make proof on
dissert land-claim No. 14«. for the f-wq Bee. 4.
Tap. 3 south. Bonge 3« east B. M„ before Reg
islet aud Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho.on Sat
urdar, the ISth day of July, MIR.
He names the toi lowing witaenen to prove
the complete irrigation and reclamation of
said laud : James P. Duncan. William W.
Parsons, John Graham and James F. Wood, ail
of Blackfoot, Bingham county, Idaho.
_ P JUCKT J. Asao».
Register,
NOTICE.
Hl.ACxroOT. Idaho. June 3rd. 1888.
TCrOTICR is hereby (riven thaï the following
Bitnrhain County Warrants * ill be paid
upon presentation with interest thereon u>
date if presented »it hin alrty (l»i day* rrom
and alter mis date Iuwrest wlu °* !a * e ,ruuj

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Desert Lands.-->etice of Intention to
Pmted States Land Omrr. 1
Blackfoot. Idaho, May Mk. 1383-1
I. Jennie D. Anson, of Blackfoot. Idabq.
wbo made desert land application No. I3M1 on
tbe 14 day of November. I hoi. for North half
Section ft. Township«South. Range % East.
Iknse Meridian, hereby give notice of my iu
ttatkain make final proof to establish my
claim to the land above described before the
ÄV^Ä^S^Mt^'^
; united by law. bj t«o ot the foUowiug wit
n a ss e n :
! Eugene T. R<we, Isaac Krieson, John W.
i Givens, P. Vork. all of BktckfouC. Bingham
i county. Idaho.
GENERAL FUND
AU warranu registered to January let, IMS.
SPECIAL FI ND
Ai! warrants registered to date.
KOAD FUND
All warranu registered to date.
H. W. CtJim«,
Treasurer of Bingham County.
Make FtW.
Peüuüt J. Anson.
Register.
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\7^R0P0SALS EOR BIDS
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JP UJtl O l I t ElEO.
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Bid* will 1 m- received by tbe Board of Iiirec*
tor* until July Kith. It««, for funtlshing The
i Idaho Insane Asylum the following named
articles :
PROVISIONS. *
8.«W lbs. Flour.
UK) " Graham Flour.
SOU " (ora Meal.
Oat Flake.
30.U« " Bran and Shorts.
" Freeh Beef, dressed by the side.
WU " Mutton dressed.
a«i " Codfish, 2 lb. blocks (send sa ni
ai«) " Mackerel.
Granulated Sugar.
Pulveriaed Sugar.
8UÜ " Fresh Lard. pure,
lull " Cheese, full cream,
ltd " Baking Powder, Royal.
«hi " ikdTee. g re en .
m " Tea.
««» " Hire.
Cracker*.
Sweet Crackers.
Hkl " Salt. fine.
s»i " Salt, rock.
40 " Macaroni.
" Popper (tinground.)
" Raisin*.
«( " Ttbacco.
a«j
(pies.
3.0(t( ••
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plu*. igivc brand.I
Tttbaeoo. situikiug. igtvc brand.' i
tat gsis.Syrup In 4 gallon key*.
HU '' Apple Cider Vinegar.
2 do*. Bottle* Piecalillie.
2 " Bottle* Catsup,
Bottle* SttUd i»rc*slng.
Can* Ib-ar*. Calitorniu.
Cans Peach«*. Caltfurnta.
Cans (JjKtor*.
8 '' Can* Tomatoes.
CLOTHING.
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2 "
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« »1o*. rair* Su*p©ml©r*.
2 " Pkln< Men'i Anlk Oftnèmi.
Pair* Woman # Arlic nveroh«»©*
Pnlr» M©n*» ShontL
1 " Pairs Woman s Shot*».
1 I^nirt* Men*» Hoot».
Pair» Mon*» Glovoc.
2 " I*iln Overall»,
aw yds. rnMeicbed, 6-4 Sbcotlnir.
Blffttobed, MM Sbeptfny.
U*» ** Hlcuchotl 4-4 Pillow
lu* •• Mu »Un.
ÄW '* Shirt mir. t»©nd sampu».)
2Ä» " GtRtrh*m.
" Tovelinf.
" Double Fiwwl



Cnnton Flannel.
So Sp.K'1* Tread. O. N. T., Black ;
umd White. î
Coat Buttons.
h ■■ Veut But tou*.
Ill " Bone Dre*» Button«.
& irtw* Trouser Hu t ton«.
& lb*. Vam.
& '' Saxony yarn.
KURU
250,000 Ibl. Hock Snriiiin* OnI.
ai (Xml» Wootl, lVd*r.
i» STrt
x It» ft., two *torio* high. I
Fttll information concerning the building*
to tic hontrel and Mjrhtt»i. «Ill bo lurui*ln«I on
aiiidicatkHi by thc Mc.bc«! Hniwriutcndcnt.
«i^»Î^S»rUt p, :«h
j« t) 'î 3 SrU , k W ' wo "' •* ÜK,A,,iumon
Full descriptions or »ample* when prat>
tlcablc will Hccomiiany «web bld. and prefer
«race wtU te given bidder* who turuDh »am
Accepted «ample* will he kept and paid for,
mm-eecepted recanted at Moder a expenae. i
Bidder* ari> t »spiest»*) to make their
for (ckmI* delivered at railroad det*>t In
foot, m-litlx iirepald when niilr.»«d tran*|«ir
tatton 1* neceMrarg, otherwise to be delivered
at the Asylum.
Bid* must be in sealed envelopes, marked
"Bids for Supplies." and addreawd (»> Tbe
Idaho Insane Asylum, Blackfoot, Idaho.
The Board reserve« the riglit to (»
and all bids. By order of the Board.
* N. CTiNTtN.
Secretary.
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When you are getting ready for
haying remember that I have the cel
ebrated Jackson Fork, also Double
in- _
Harpoon Fork, the best baud Forks,
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11 Wire Cable, Hope, all sizes, Pullevs
be-i ' v _
Ida- j Carriers, Lubricating: Oil, etc., at
right prices. D. H. B JET HAS.
of]® r
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Do you want eye glasses or speeta-
j des, something that will fit the eye
for correctly? Then call and see these
j at II. A. Mondschein's in Curtbs' hard
! ware store. They are going at a bar
f (gam.
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Reg- | ,
Sat- j The undersigned offers for Sale 200
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of : ... ..... . ...
W. ] hlough Ditch: also a big lot Of trees.
ail , _ . . .. .. .
j from 1 to 6 years old. and a lot of
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cedar wood.
Eye OhiMUM aud Svectacte*.
FOR SALE.
Apply to
Blackfoot, Ida.
G. W. Benjamin,
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paid 1
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, farm« at as low a rate as can be had
in Bingham county.
MOSEY t
Can furnish money on improved
to
. j- costiveness toroid liver etc
S esl,ou t COStiVeneSS, torpid iuer. etc.
on ; These pills Secure perfect digestion,
half . .. . . .. ., :
Correct tile liver, COricil the blood
iu- „„.I the «kin clear Thev alar.
my anu ^make Ute sKlU Clear. Ittej 0180
the produce a good appetite, and Utvig.
erate and strength«!» the entire svl
hv thei, tonic action. Sold at
wit- i 2o cents a box bv Behie & Son.
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T. J. Smith,
î Idaho Fail3.
All next week a big reduction in
ladies satin and calico waists, both
black and colored. Mrs Holbrook.
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A Great Liver Mediciae.
Dr. Gunn's Improved Liver Pills
are a sure cure for a sick headache,
bilious complaints, dyspepsia, indi.
Daily Stage Line,
MARKET LAKE TO REXBURG. ST. AN.
thony and all points up Snake River Valley.
I Leave« Market Lake every morning on
«rrival of train from South, returning same
The i day.
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GIL F. FLETCH EH.
Proprietor.
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GOTO
DMILSOFS
FOR
Groceries,
Dry Goods,
Hats »Ties,
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Boots and Shoes,
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Shirts, Socks,
Collars, Gloves, Etc.
Wk Will Not Be Undersold.
Red Rock Prices for
CASH.
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All such Goods as fami
lies need in their Daily
Bill of Fare.
Leave orders with hint
and the Goods wiil be de
livered at your home any
where in the town.

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