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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.
PERCY JONES, PITBLIBHKK.
TEKMS OP SUBSCHimoN :
One Year.
Six Months.
Three Months....
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Advertising rata« furnished on snpltontioii.
Entered st tile poatofttoe ut lltsekfimt, Idaho,
for trausialssloii as «ecuml oliuut mail matter
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, NOVBMBEH Î5, XH83.
PHOFBBSIuN Al, CARDS
SteveuM & McCracken,
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Agent* for The FhoeuU of Brooklyn
ör'CorrcspoudtMice Solicited.
BLACKFOOT, : : : IDAHO.
DAN G. MARTIN.
JNO. M. TAYLOR.
Taylor & Martin,
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS,
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Dam Q. M oitié, Uocktv Buuvarou.
AU work attemliMl to prtmiptlv Ottti.« with
Assessor and Collector.
IDAHO.
BLACKFOOT,
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SMITH KERR,
Attorneys at Law,
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
Practice In ills Stale and U. 8. Court*
R. V. OOIÄIB.R,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WIU. PRACTICE IN AU «XIUKTS.
IDAHO.
BLACKFOOT, :
Stewart & Dietrich,
ATTORNEYS IT LAW
{Slackfoot, Idaho«
Prau.cc in all «he Conn* and United Bute* \
Ion a untre».
Ion a untre».
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E. P. BUSKENSDERFEPv
Attorney at Law
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
Will Practice la all (he Court* of the Stale.
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J- H-BEAN,
Assistant Surgeon U. I*. Railway.
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
prTclegraphlc cummunlcatJon promptly
iltowM to.
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J. W, BOON.
KDRN J* TERRELL, I®
Attornoys At. Lxaw.,
POCATELLO, IDAHO.
ATTORNEY at Lx AW.;
I'rtictloc in all Stale and United State* Court*. ;
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CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS,
Kettmgte* FurnivhiHi on *n kind* of work I
iMti h Work a Hpwlnlly.
Map«, rut«, Tnufinir*. Blue print». Etc. Kx«'
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BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
HP~Notary Public in the ofllcp.
R, Vf. FARI8,
C. A. TUSH,
TUSH & FA^IS*
UTAH.
OODEN,
GEO. L. WALL,
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Laii ni Mill Attorney,
(Lato StH'Olul Laml Agt. Gen. Lutul Olllcci
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO.
SiHH'tal attention given to «eenrltle*. I'er
tato out timber on pnlillo hunt», «ml land
matter* iteiore tat) If. H. I*tn<t Office.
US'"NOTARY PUBLIC.
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JOHN MONTGOMERY,
IDAHO.
LAND AT T O R N E Y,
BLACKFOOT.
Insurance Agent and Notary Publie.
office north of v. a. land office.
U Wm. H. Montgomery Monographer and
Typewriter In same offlen. Washing«)
_ __ Washington cor
respondents on land limi ters, the old reliable
firm ot Cupp A Luukett.
tw All business consigned to us will receive
prompt attention.
InHurc Your Buildings
Against Fire with
F. W. VOGLER,
I'ionecr Insurance Agt.
Of Bingham County,
represents I'iv« of the best
Fire Companies, also the
New York life Ins. Co
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E VENTS OP TUP WEEK.
Indian Inspector McCormick is at
j Fort Hall Agency this week.
Hon. Frank W. Beane is at present*
in Washington City.
Commissioner Rounds came down
from Idaho Fails Tuesday.
Mrs. 8. E. Holbrook is home again
from her visit to Illinois.
Sheep are selling at three dollars
per head in Cassia county. That is
not so far off these dull times.
Mrs. J. M. Wilder was quite ill for
several days lust week, but is improv
ing nicely at this writing.
0. T. Woodall, of Soda Springs,
shipped a traiu load of beef cattle
east last week.
Men and boys caps, mitts and
gloves for winter. Now coming and
very cheap at Buutiog's.
Money matters have been tight
enough aud long enough to have the j
jim-jams. ;
Idaho Falls has done u big business
in shipping grain aud potatoes this ]
season.
Spécial Land and Timber Agent
Sauisbury will operate for a while in
the Blackfoot land district.
Tuf. News bud orders for 90 extra
copies last week. That is not bad for
u weekly puper in dull limes.
Governor McConnell made a sug
gestion to his Blackfoot audience, Fri
day evening to do a certain tbiug in
"ihcir ward meetings.''
Hon. J. H. Wickirsham, of Boise
City is in a critical condition aud may
not live many weeks or days even.
He is suffering from paralysis.
I One tiling to give thanks for: The j
•State tVagon Road Commission can
not have but «ne more meeting be
tween now aud Christinas.
Governor McConnell visited Fre- j
\ moul t *, U t,ty this week; but be has
blundered—be ran by Bishop Ingle
slrom's diocese at Basait. The stight
is uupaidonablc and • unforgivable.''
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Governor McConnell favors the
'State paying transportation of pupils
;to the State University. If that be
j done Idaho will do more for her
! students than any other slate.
! Some people grumble at wbnt they
1 could have prevented ami at wlml
they could not have prevented. Some j
! Men's heavy wool mitts 50 cents. !
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people will grumble any way.
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Men's faced mitts only 50 and 65 eta.
yj,. n ' g u ned gloves 65 cm to $1.25 J
Bed comforts $1.50 and upwards.
C. Bunting & Co.
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Of eastern metropolitan dailies, ac
companies Governor McConnell in his
swing around the southern aie of the
circle.
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, J. D. Flenner, a correspondent of
; the .Statesman and also of a number ,
J on. . - at» rs. o . titras, am
j [ ,ty A "?™ C * V K ®® ler '. °f ° CM ®, °'
j have withdrawn from their respective
po'itical parties and gone over to the
I opiiliata. In \ j uni at 1 U ' r
tillli* but men IliiVC been doing that j
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k,nd of J un, » , ' n « u '; cr " inüe a Ur ; day * '
when parties first lH»gan. And still
the old parties will plod along. ;
Scrofula ia one of the most fatal
among the scourges which afflict man
kind. Chronic sores, cancerous hum- j
or*, emaciation, and consumption, are
the result of scrofula. Ayer's Sarsa
parrilla eradicates this poison, and re
stores, to the blood, the elements of
life and health.
The people of Blackfoot and vicini
ty who are lovers of fine pictures,
should not fail to call at the Ferntsh
drug store where they may see a very
line oil painting of the celebrated
This is a work
of art by a Chicago artist who has
been traveling in California, and all
should sae it during the next two
weeks.
Yosemite Valley.'
Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair.
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The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alutn.
Used iu Million? of Homes —40 Y;ars the Standard.
Tlutnloiylvlny Day Programme. |
In another column of to-day's |
News we. publish a programme for
Thanksgiving Day's service. They j
wiU t,e «»»ducted in the Baptist
church at 11 o'clock a. tn. It will be
noted that they will be union services
conducted by the pastors of the three
churches in Blackfoot. One of the
features in connection therewith will
be the distribution of supplies,
clothing and such other articles as
may be generously given for the de
serving and needy poor in our midst.
A committee representing each church
has been appointed, its members will
be seen in the programme, and all
contributions can be left with them.
The poor you have always with you
and while rejoicing and giving thanks
help them and make them happy for
the one day.
j knoWDi attempted to beat his way
; f rota Idaho Falls to Pocatello on a
freight train late Saturday afternoou
] of last week. He was under the in
fluence of liquor when he boarded
Horribly ManyUd.
A supposed sbeepherder. name un
the traiu.
The place selected to ride was on
the deck of an empty coal car. and
when below tbe tank at Blackfoot
river he is supposed to have fallen un
der the revolving wheels. Forty
pieces of mangled remains were pick
ed up between the point where be fell
and Ross Fork. It was dark when
tbe accident happened and the traiu
men knew nothing of it until they
reached the station.
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Chicago, Nov. 21-On tbe analysis
SETTLED AT LAST.
World's Fair Jury Finally Décidée la
Favor of Dr. Price.
and recommendation of Dr. Wiley,|
Chief United States Government
j Chemist at Washington, and greatest
livin k authority on food producta, the
" or * ( * 8 t' uir Jury to-day gave tbe
highest award to Dr. 1'rice's Cream
Baking Powder for strength, purity
; and excellence. This conclusively
seltlcs the question of superiority,
Dr. Wiley rejected tbe alum powders.
islating to the World's Jury that he;
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Got*. Mcikmnell at III ark foot.
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His Excellency, Gov. McConnell,
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j spent I riday of last week in Blick
foot He was met at Pocatello by
! Mew *' Prtrta , aud UMt " nd 0,1
reaching Blackfoot went immediately
; to the Insane Asylum with its super-'
considered them unwholesome.
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intendent, Dr. Givens.
In the afternoon with the board of
I trustees and citizens he visited the
public school and made an appropri
ate and pleasing talk to the pupils,
^ Later Messrs. Bcrrvinan and Woodin
u>ok him in t . halge ttlld behind their
of
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iiigh headed trottera drove out to the
country and showed him some of the
lofga irrigating streams and ranches
arouml town.
°' I" thc evening he addressed a large
a|1( , attenlivc audience in the court
devoting the principal part of
bin address to irrigation and iintni
j ** ril |; nn Hi« Kviscllcncv nnnoared at
j gniuon. ins MueiieDC) appcanti ai
* ' « f»r greater advantage Friday even
inR lhan hc did on the Käme rostrum
; when making the canvass for govern
or of the state. His speech was well
received and the chief points gener
j a |l y endorsed.
The Governor does well to visit the
different counties and confer with thc
people in order to learn of their true
condition, of their needs and necessi
ties. From Blackfoot he went direct
to Pocatello and thence to Rexburg
and St. Anthony.
Vogler & lloi tou, of the Fulton meat
market, desire settlement for meats at
the 1st of every mouth.
Governor Fishbaek, of Arkansas,
tuKes the cake on short Thanksgiving
proclamations, llis proclamation for
this year contains only 69 words.
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| Of Thanksgiving services to be held
at the Baptist churcii, Thursday Nov.
j 30th at 11 o'clock u. m.—
Voluntary Invocation—Rev. 8. W.
Gage.
Hymn by the choir.
Reading Thanksgiving Proclama
tion—Mr. F. 8. Dietrich.
Anthem.
Scripture Reading—Rev. J. M. Wil
der.
Prayer—Rev. John Dawson.
Hvmn by the choir.
Addresses by Revs. Gage, Wilder
and Dawson.
Collection for the poor.
Doxology.
Benediction.
COMMITTEES.
Baptist church—Rev. S. W. Gage
and Mrs. T. M. Stewart.
Methodist church—Rev. J. M. Wil
der and Mrs. Jas. Fisher.
Episcopal church—Rev. John Daw
son and Mis. W. C. Johnson.
All are most cordially inyited to
attend these services.
Little Curious Things.
The amount of gold coin in actual j
circulation m the world is estimated
by the Bank of England to be about
865 tons.
The latest statistics prove that two
thirds of the grown male population
of the globe use tobacco in some one
of the many rooms in which it is
taken.
infirmity.
Massachusetts has more incorpora
ted cities of more than 10,000 inhabi
tants than any other state in the Uni
ted States.
It is said that blue eyed cats are
{always perfectly deaf and that pure
white ones are afflicted with the same
U bas been calculated that eight
; hundred shots were fired for everv
man wounded during our civil war.
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j surface of a newly cut potato three
| times a day it will disappear within a
month.
If a wart be rubbed with the pared
At Great Falls, Montana, the mer
eury has been known to drop 25 de
! grees inside of five minutes,
Tiie great ocean steamers use from
; 190 to 220 tons of coal per day.
An Englishman recently bet that
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an in inch m ten hours. The dispau h
L . "He won."
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m os Codons and other extinct mam- J
moths found in Ichtucknee river in
There have been more remains of
; Florida, than any other stream in tbe
1 world.
Physiologists sav that the gastric
j glands of the stomach of an adult
j human being number over 5,000,000.
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A Household Treasure,
D. W. Fuller, of Canafohari, N. Y.,
ga y g t j,at be alway keeps Dr. King's
j j{ ew Discovery in the house and his
f^iiy | ia8 always found the very best
j re8u its follow its use; that he would
not be without it) if procurable. G. A.
; Dvkcinau Druggist, Cutskill. N. Y.,
st>8 that Dr King's New Discovery
j 8 undoubtedlv tbe liest Cough rem
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t( ]y. tioftt he has used it in hts family
fw oig|lt and it has n , ver fall .
wi U) do uli that is c i ttinled {or it,
why not try a remedy so long tried
aDC | Trial bottles free at Pio
nwr drug sU>rt . Beb | e & Son, propri
ctors. Regular size 50c and $1.00.
The Orissa Twins.
An extraordinary freak of nature, a
human monstrosity as curiously aud
wondrously made as the Siamese
Twius, was born at Orissa, Hinduston
iu the fall of 1887. This freak, or
these freaks, are a pair of little Uriya
girls firmly joined together at the al -
domen with a hollow tube, ligament
or sac about three inches in diameter.
That there is communication through
this lube from the body of oue of the
children to that of the other is proven
by the fact that when oue eats a good
ineul the appetite of the other ts sat -1
isfied, and when both eat no more
food is required than when one per
forms Ute act of mastication.
The Orissa Hindus have a super
stition that in the last days of the
world a devil will be boni into the
world and that ho will be two distinct
When the Naick
persons in one.
twins arrived they believed that tho
rule of Ins satanic majesty had be
gun, and it was only with difficulty
that the lives of the children were
saved. A correspondent of the Lon
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'BoTTOM'T > AN 1 >
ÉV f E&Y'P>Airç CU/LRANTÉED.
ADDRESS: SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
don News say6: '-The villagers look
ed upon them as the incarnation of
the devil, and even now, five y ears
after their birth, neither the parents
nor the children can appear upon the
streets without running a great risk
of being mobbed.
The father of the freak, well knew !
the devil superstition of his people,
and his first impulse was to separate
the children by cutting the ligament
that joined them together,
who have recently examined the twins
say that the mark made in this ab
tempt is still visible. Why his efforts
in that line failed is not known.
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sarsaparilla
Hft CURED OTK&
WILL CURE YOU -,
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A Bright Lad,
Tee years of age, but who declines to give his
name to Uie public, makes this authorized,
confidential statement to us:
"When I was one year old, my mamma nied
ol consumption. The doctor said that I.
too, would soon die, aud all our neighbors
thought that even if 1 did not die, I would
never be able to walk. I e-cause I was so
weak and puny. A gathering formed and
broke under m.v arm. I hurt my finger and
It gathered ami threw out pieces of bone.
I hurt myself so as to break the skin, it
was sure to become a running sore. I had
to take lots of medicine, but nothing has
done me so much good as Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. It has made me well aud strong.»'
T. I). M., Norcatur, Kalis.
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AYER'S Sarsaparilla
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mas*.
Cures others, will cure you
Notice for Publication.
Desert Entry.
L.isr> orneï vr Bi.ACtsrnot, Tnxtto, >
November 11th. 1883. (
Complaint having been entered at this office
il W. w. Bartlett, of Idaho Falls, against Tho*
J £ SSSSliSnxSaSSSSKSSm^' aiS 1
J™;"*™ £ vÏÏ^V"^kip"fïïu£:
range 37 «St, in Bincham county, Idaho, with :
a view to the cancellation of Raid entry, con
tenant allcjriiur that »aid Fleming ha** not ir
ligated or reclaimed any portion of said land
nor has he made final proof and payment with
in throe years as required by law, the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at
this office on the 30th day of December, 1803 at
10 o'clock a n». t to respond and furnish testi
mony concerning said alleged failure.
John G. Brown,
Register.
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Register.
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Notice for Publication.
Land Oftick at Bi-ackvoot Idaho,
October 31st, ISO.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named widow of set tler has (lied notice of her
intention to make final pnsif in support of her
claim, and tluit said proof will hc made before
theRctjtster and Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho,
on Tuesday. December 17th. 1883, viz : Melissa
Oala, widow of «taci r H. Cain, on Homeetmd
Application No 2835. for tbe K'i NE 1 ^ Sec. 80.
and WH NWV*, Sec. 29, Twp. 2 South, H*tigc
38 Kaet. B M.
She names the followingr witneaees to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz: AlphcCs Whitten. John
Row les. Slsero O'.grails, Archibald Bennett,
all of Blackfoot, Idaho.
Juux G. DHOWS. Register.
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Desert Lands.-Notice or Intention to
Make Proof.
ITsrrKn Status Land Omet, 1
Blackfoot* Idaho, November T. 18»;*. i
I, Isham A. Parions, of Blackfoot. Bingham
countr, Idaho, who made desert land applica
tion No. 1445, on thc 18th day ot December,
, for K** SE»* Sec. IK*, Twp. 2. South. Hangt'
34 East* li. M. un surveyed containing 80 acres*
hereby give notice of my intention to make
final proof to establish liiy claim to the land
above described before the Register and Re
ceiver at Blackfoot* Idaho, on Tuesday* the
19th day of December, 18R*. and that I expect
to prove that said land has boon properly irri
gat'd and reclaimed in the manner required
by law, by two of thc following witnesses :
Alonso Spenotr. John Graham. Johu Stan
der. William Wearylek, allot Blackfoot. Idaho.
Isham A. Pahsons.
John G. Biiown, Register.
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ORDEB TO SHOW CAUSE.
In the Probate Court of the county or Bing
ham, Btate of Idaho, In the matter of the es
tate of Peter Morrl*. deceased.
Order to show cause why order of sale of per
sonal property should not In' made.
Clotfide Fournier, the executrix of thc estate!
of Peter Morris, deceased, having fill'd her pe
tition herein praying for an order ot sale ot all
the personal property of said decedent, for
the purpose therein set forth.
It ts therefore ordered by the said court, that
all tiersons Interested I« the personal property
of said deceased, ap|>ear before the said Pro
bate wort on the 4th day of Deoember, ltw) at
10 o'olock in tho forenoon of said dav. at the
. . . -urt. at the court
liouse In the eouuty of Bingham. u> show
cause why an order should not be granted to
the said executrix to sei, so muoh ot the
aonal es ute of the «aid de cmi kl as stiall be
nt least four iuoceautvo weetui In the Black
minted and pub
tho
noooaaary.
And that a copy of thia order Ihï published
be
Foot NtiWtf, it urwiipup
UahtHl tu Binghaui county, Idaho.
Kiikii B, Btkvkns,
Probate Ju.tge,
Dnuxt Nov. t. mss.
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Utah & Northern Time Card :
NORTH BOTtCD ARRIVE !
. 4:20 p. ni. ! Freight-7
.6:15 a. m. 1
SOUTH BOUND AIL81VK :
1:37 a. in. ! Freight — 1
.4:20 a. m. i Freight.
J. A. CuiJUlXft, Agent.
7:30 p. m.
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Freight.....
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1.30 p. uu
Paseer.ger...
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Postoffice Hours :
Week Day«,....8-00 a. tn. to7:OT p. m.
Sundays,.8:00 to UiM a. tn.
E. F. Stevers. P. M.
County Officers ;
Sheriff.
Auditor...
.W. A Wnodia
. M. Patrie
Probate Judge and Supt. School«. F. 8. Steven*
_ H. W. Curt»
. H. W. Keifer
. W. w. Keefer
.D. G Marvin
.C. Bunting
.R. Kouuda
. S. Y. Adam«
Treasurer .
Assessor and Collector
Coroner.
Surveyor.
Commissioners
United States Land Oefice.
Office hours : 9:00 a. m. till 4:00 p. m.
.John G Brown
.John W. Jone*
Register..
Receiver.
Churches :
METHODIST :
Rev. J. M. Wilder, Pastor.
Preaching even Sunday morning at 11
o'clock.and evening at " :30 o'clock. Prayer
meet ing Thursday evening o'clock.
Sunday school, Sunday Afternoon from 8
till 4 o'clock. Epworth League Prayer
Meeting at V o'clock, p. m.
ST. PAUL'S : Protretant Episcopal, Her.
John Daw&cm. Missionary. Strtioee every
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock» a- m- Even
injur 7:30 o'clock p in. Holy Communion first
aud third Sundays of each month. Sunday
school 3:tiü p. m. Guild meeting erery
Wednesday at 2:(J0 p. m. Pews free. All
cordially invited. All public coJJeetiona
are for current expenses.
BAPTIST : Rev S. W. Gage Pastor. Preach
ing everv Sunday morning at II o'clock,
and evening. 7 M o'clock. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday
school. Sunday afternoon from 3:00 to tdJU.
Lodges :
GOLDEN RULE No. 2, I. O. G. T. Regular
Meeting every Saturday evening at 7:3#
o'cluck. M t u; and visiting member*
fraternally invited to attend.
1 Robkrt H <>"uas, secretary,
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: GOLDEN RULE No. 24.
every Thursday evening- at 8 o',
ir- in Hopkins Hail. Visiting' brothers
dialiy invited,
at
Maogib Mestkr, C. T,
I. O. O. F. Meet*
clock
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M mers MKsr kr. N. G.
John Drew, Secretary.
John Drew, Secretary.
Notice of Insolvency.
In the District Court of the Third Judicial
District oi the State of Idaho, In and for
Bingham county.
In the matter of Andrew O. lngeistrom. an
insolvent debtor.
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j insole ont debtor, «he raid Andrew O. Ingei
( strum is hereby declared to be insolvent.
| The sheriff of the counly cf Bingham i*
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hcreb ^ directed to take po«se«sion of all tho
estate, real and |>erBonai. of tbe said Andrew
o. lngeistrom, debtor, except such as may by
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I l*e exempt from execution, and or all hi*
i deeds, vouchers, books or account and papers
and to keep the same safely until the appoint
m of aMUrnec of hlf c , tatc .
persons are forbidden to pay any debts
">'*;' 1 'Çnt or t, deliver anypn„>er
ty bclonginir to him, tt» any person, firm, or
corporation or association for his use.
said debtor is hereby forbidden to transferor
deliver any property until the further order
of this court, except as herein ordered.
It is further ordered that all the creditors of
Raid debtor be and appear before the Honora
ble D. W. Staudrod. Judge of the District
Court in and for the County of Bingham, in
oi>en court, at thc court room of said court, at
Blackfoot, in thc County at ttinjrh&m, on the
first day of the next regular term of court*
1S94. at ten o'clock, a. m, of that day to prove
their debts and to choose one
assignees of the estate of said debtor.
It is further ordered that the order be pul>.
Ushod in the Blacxioot Nkws. a newspaper
of irenoral circulation, published tn the town
Blackfoot, county of BitiKham. as often as the
said paper is published before the said day set
for the race tin* of creditors.
Aud U U further ordered, that in the »«can
Andrew O. lngeistrom, having- filed In thia
court his petition, schedule and inventory in
insolvency, by which it appears that he is an
more za
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time, all proceedings against the said insoi
i vent be stayed.
D. W. 8TANDBOD.
Judge of the District Court.
; Blackfoot, Idaho, October 5th, 1883.
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Notice of Assessment.
THE EASTERN IDAHO (X».
Location of priiieiiwl (dace of business,
Btaektoot, Idaho
Notice I* hereby given that at a meeting of
the llonrd of Trustees held on Saturday.
I Novomber tth. MO. sszeMment v- !, t
££i
' „pp. John Montgomery. Treasurer, lilaek,
to foot. Idaho,
j
| i§g$ t will U' delinquent and««!vert(«txi for
puidie uuotktii at the 8eereltff'*s office
jni vuiunt If mack* before, «mough
lüwiiBt taroui of #u*ck will be «old ou Wednr«
j tbe 27th day *i Dvoeinber. to |»«y
j «aid RSHWitocnt with ooat of advertiRing an«t
i expense uf «ale. II) order Board of TruiteM,
John Ho.ntchimkhv,
Seen 4ary*
lilackloot, Idaho, November 9th.
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