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NO. 13
BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1894.
'OU 8 .
t*jgjn£KM# NEWS in brief.
Fremont county,
" 1**1 a heaver ranch.
jjtjieefc*« in The Teton country
with fisherman's luck.
jutent CferpjlBd has returned
m Jst.t >s for the summer.
_ -g, îîwsàsi» i* excavating for a
la-if* «hw®
is putting up a
* MU» «Î tatek
'-age*» will return to 8 t
gmé;4 »eb* Ml, Boise City.
at Fort Hall will
» *!*» lit
m>H - pjbftl* is expected to
Bi^kfoot next week,
a.-.- •;;>«, m| In robbery, the re
m J* wktfap M bad as the thief.
a
« leg «t»îi itt Idaho may be count
speeches in behalf
jygjjg.&nn*
^us to announce
regular
next Sabbath.
, Texas, congre*
933« ballots were
^^^^■iching s
the new jKist office
Blackfoot
**!
W*
mm '.
I
Hi 4
W* St. Anthony will
Sag at one anotlier by So
EH
iv.
p* f-Hi of Bannock county
iPfl If# Aunty convention at
I *r'. E 4 $ljber 1 Mb.
•V« ktfoui pon of Mr. »nd Mrs.
n 4-44 I at their home In Po
fife G Llay evening
âttHHfff^bitr ami gold foto
f ' méé S<ph' opera bouse, Tue#
V
said, and truthfully
I am* are before our
ibind our hock,
id to-day at 66 . Still
ird.
in agent 1 « expected
irk in a few »lay*.
25 «ent package
Pioneer drug store.
^■kp ia on his way home
^^Kon He take
^^Hbe coming eampaign
come and with it the
oyateU, the hunteH
ftl
kigtiro and wife, of Marys
|sli*, are visiting friends
i#* je » 1 Black fooL
S ùjBli-, of the West Side,
ft a Mormon missionery to
'»j
70
Si
1 tes.
le block of unoccupied
» was burned in the
He 1 » few day* ago.
. Marshal Kxum of
Blackfoot, Thursday,
the land office touch- ]
-t E-.rth
■L;
.Jjlpi if •- |j.
fp», wa* ii
iv"
ItVMs
irt» «tr*iu It nn riift
^^■d fishing |m*Ics, your
HL at Pioneer drug store.
I«®Itoii, elocutionist, enter
Hwl teuer of our (leople at
.Souse Monday evening
§|i Well rendered selections.
^Hfder of the Idaho Falls
down Wednesday and
refreshing shades of
JAI
editor of the Cassia
V has been appointed
_t Albion, Ooogrui ul»
I MT of the ((Hill.
m
G
be conceded by Repub
k>. F. Gagon will baye
Nay to the nomination
ditor and recorder.
m
R
y
am Baking Powder
wt Medal and Diploma.
? ^ Hon«.', n.is
|\ HBi: A cortlinl iin italion
toattend B
'fü
Jack Hay ball, through the assis
tance of Mr. Beane, has gotten the
appoint ment of harness maker at Fort
I
Hall ludiau school.
The members of the Baptist Sun
day School gaye a pic nic at Down
ing's ranch, on Blackfoot riyer, last
Thursday which was well attended by
the young people of town.
8 t. Teresa's Academy, Boise City,
will reopen Tuesday, September 4th.
This is an excellent school and pupils
are given every advantage of a
thorough education.
Capt James Gunn has resigned the
editorship of the Boise Sentinel that
he may take the stump m the carn
paigu.
The county campaign iu Bingham
will be made short and sweet by
the three parties. Neither one of the j
parties will place a ticket iu the Seid .
until late in September.
Value the fiiendsbip of him who
stands by you in the storm; swarms
of insects wilt surround you iu tbc
sunshine.
' j
Dr W. A. Dodge will leave to-tuor
row morning for the Grand Army
Encampment at Pittsburg, Pennsyt
vauia. lie will return by way of
Kentucky and will be absent about
six weeks.
Mr Hinkle. Sr. will, we understand,
leave iu a short time for Menan, Fro
mont county, to take charge of the
new flouring mill* Just being complet
ed at that place.
The young ladies social society of
the M. E. Oliurch will give a "while ;
and gold folograf aocial at the opera
house on Tuesday evening. Sept- 4th ,
BefreshmenU will 1« served. Every- ;
body invited.
Smoking Tobacco, Granulated
Duke's Mixture 2 ounce Package and
Package Cigarette* only 5 ceuls at
Bunting's.
D.
Shiloh*' Vltalizer 75c. bottle« for
50c. at Pioneer drug store.
Charlie Berryman will leave tomor
row for Ijogan, Utah, to rcaume hi*
studies in the Agricultural college.
When be return* next June he will
bring with him his honors and his
parchment of completed studies.
Governor Waite, of Colorado, does
not wait long to keep himself before
the public. He is now under arrest
on the charge of opening a letter ad
dressed to the (silice matron of Den
B
vcr.
Diamond Wall Finish and Alabaa
tinc 60e. package, Pioneer drug store.
J. C. Elder. Democratic nominee
for the supreme licnch, is compara
tively a stranger in southern Idaho.
To know him will he to appreciate
lu.in. The News publishes a briet
sketch ol his life in Main» on another
page of to-day's issue.
School begin* next Monday. It i*
important for all tile pupils who
to |„. present the opening day. Pu
pü» will be assigned their desks,
] classes will lie formed and the general
work of the term begun. Once be
html it will lie hard for a pupil to
catch up with the morning column.
can
Card or Thanks—D r. Dodge de
sires ns to expri-ss to his friends ami
acquaintances his sincere
their kindness and sympathy to him
in the illness and death of his mother,
and to say that lie will ever cherish
the same In memory.
thanks for
The story given out from Denver
in press dispatches to the effect that
Rev. J. M. Wilder, pastor of the M.
E. church, of this town, had Indulged
in a (Hiker game while resting in that
city and had lost nil his ready money
(g totally wanting in truth.
fin News is in possession of the
(hill the reverend gentleman
WH»
and did
iKildly robbed of his money
not lose it at cards ns was given out
minister ami
a
to his injury* as a
Christian gentleman,
turc The News will give the truth of
the whole afftir as it offered tl,e
In the near fu
limn.
PROCEEDINGS OF EQUALIZATION BOARD.
Monday, August 27, 1894.
Board of county commissioners met
on this day as a board of equaliza
tion, present, full board and clerk,
when the following proceedings were
had, to-wit :
On this day was heard the following
applications for reduction of assess
ments, said applications being duly
verified as required by law :
B. McCaffrey, Florence V. McCaf
frey, Edmon Cowan, U. P. Railway
Co., Geo. H. Slorer, W. F. Smith,
Idaho Canal Co.
The board then proceeded to the
examination of the various assess
ments for the year 1894, as they ap
pear from the assessment roll for said
year, and without concluding said ex
amination the board adjourned until
tomorrow, the 28th iast., at 9 o'clock
I A. U.
j
.
Tuesday, August 28.
Board met on this day pursuant to
j adjournment, present, same as yester
day, when the following proceedings
were bad :
0n , Ui# (Uy y,«. Board continued
| ^ examination of the assessment
ro „ ut)d williou i concluding, the
u, iard njjourocd until tomorrow, the
.,9 j UBt Mt y o'clock a m.
Wednesday, August 29.
;
On this day the Board concluded
j lll0 ^xaminatiou of the assessment
ro y
ro
j Tb( , flowing applications for re
duction of asscssnieut, duly verified,
were on this day filed and heard :
; Corbett slough ditch company,
Blackfoot irrigating company,
, Eagle Hock aud Willow Creek water
; company.
to
of
Eastern Idaho canal company.
Great Western canal company.
East Branch canal company.
Idaho Falls canal and irrigation Co.
W. H. B. Crow.
D. D. Chides ter.
After consideration of the various
applications it is ordered that the fol
lowing reductions be made:
B McCaffrey from 112,525 to #3,435]
F. McCaffrey from #6,405 to #2,562.
W. T. Smith from #480 to #96.
Edmon Cowan from 564 V> 188.
D. D. Cbideater from 1,440 to 864.
W. II. B. Crow from 960 to 288.
The Blackfoot Irrigation Canal from
1.500 to 750.
The Corbett Slough Canal from 1,006
to 500.
Eagle Rock and Willow Creek Canal
from 10,000 to 5,000.
Eastern Idaho from 1,750 to 875.
Hast Branch from 500 to 250.
Great Western Canal Co., from 15,
000 to 7.500.
Idaho Canal from 15,000 to 7,500.
Idaho Falls Canal from 1,750 to 875.
It is ordered that the following ap
plications for reduction of assessment
be and they are hereby denied :
Union Pacific Railway Co., real
estate in Idaho Falls; Geo. II. Storer,
lots in original town of Eagle Rock.
It is hereby ordered that the Asses
lie ami he is hereby directed to
make a uniform valuation for the
purposes of taxation for tbc yeat
1894, on lots iu Mayflower, Scott's,
Crow's, Highland Park and Rrodbcck's
additions to Idaho Falls, owned aud
held by the following named persous,
to-wit ;
H. K. Linger, Thomas Rrinson,
John Lingreeu, Jos. A. Clark, D. G.
Martin, H, L. Rogers, E. P. Henry.
.Scott Investment company, Annie 8 .
to
soi
for
M.
the
Rounds.
ll is ordered that all other assess
ments for the y rar 1S94 stand ns
turned by the Assessor anil as appear
from the assessment roll. Ordered
that this Roan! do now adjourn.
0 . Bunting,
Chairman.
rc
Attest :
0*o. F. Gabon,
Clerk.
WH»
did
out
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy 50c. paek
for 25c. at Pioneer drug store.
ages
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Hl*he»t Award.
a
of
tl,e J
fu
Neveu undersold.
Our motto:
Pjonccr drug stora
With the Great Majority.
Mrs. Dodge, mother of Dr. W. A.
Dodge, died Monday morning at 7
o'clock, August 27th, 1894.
The deceased was sick hut a short
time. Her funeral took place from
the family residence, and her remains
were followed by a long procession of
sorrowing friends to their last resting
place in the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Supposed to be Drowned
Early Monday morning of this week
Henry Briley, a young man, living
with his brothèr-iu-law, Bert Pierce,
on the West side of Snake river, at
tempted to ride across the river to an
island for the purpose of driving
some cows home.
In a short time after leaving the
house, his horse returned greatly ex
cited and wet as if he had been in
deep water. Mr. Bert Pierce became
alarmed and at once went to the river
and began search and was joined by
others but up to to-day, Friday, no
clue has been found of the missing
young man. All the neighbors have
turned out from day to day and the
search has been continued along the
banks of the river for miles below
but in vain.
Snake river is a treacherous stream
and the young man knew it He was
warned by his sister, Mrs. Pierce, not
to attempt to swim the main channel
to the island, but having confidence
in himself and his horse he heeded
not the warnings and appeals of his
sister but ventured forth and it is
now feared with fatal results.
Democratic Call For County Conven
tion and Primaries.
re
Notice is hereby given that at
Blackfoot on tne 2Cth day of Septem
ber, 1894, there will be held a conven
tion of the Democratic party of Bing
ham coumy to nominate county officers
one joint representative with Bannock
and Fremont counties, and elect three
delegates to attend a joint convention
between Bingham, Fremont and Ban
nock counties to nominate a senator
to represent said counties in the next
legislature.
legislature.
The different precincts are hereby
requested to hold primaries ou Sept
15th to elect delegates to said conven
tion. The following apportionment
of delegates is made to the different
precincts :
Taylor ..,
Ammon .,
Blackfoot
O
Basalt
3
5
Danilson Springs.
Fairview.
1
Grays.
Higham.
Iona.
Idaho Falls.
New Sweden .
Kose .
Riverside.
Teton.
Willow Crock.
. 1
3
5
2
1
3
36
Total_
By order of the Central Committee
Geo. H. Stoker,
Chairman.
R W. Paris,
Secretary.
Application for Pardon.
Notice is hereby given that appli
cation will lie made to the Board of
Pardons at its meeting on the first
Wednesday iu October, 1894, for the
pardon of Stephen O'Donald, convict
ed of burglary in the first degree at
the April term, 1893, of the Biugbam
county Idaho District Court, and sen
tenced to eight years imprisonment
in the Idaho slate penitentiary.
Susie O'Dohald.
Datwl Aug. 29th 1894.
St Teresa's Academy,
BOISE CITY. IDAHO.
Uonituoted t>y the Sisters of the Holy Cross.
Hosrdlnir sort Jay sohool for Ktrls. Instruc
tion thorough- Terms Moderate.
t*r For Prospectus address as above.
DELINQUENT NOTICE.
llliiekroot Irrimttion Company, a corporation,
pHuctpa) plaoc of buslueM Ulackfixil, Ulnir
lmm coumy. Idtiho.
Notice. There In delinquent on the follow
ln» described stock on neoount ot esscssment
No. 13. levied on the 14th day of July. I«H. the
scveml amounts set opimslte the names or
the respective atoekholilers as follows:
No. Cer. Shares Amt.
* 0.00
c 10.00
.
tin
Ja men Mftoklo
O. F. Bacon
m A 133
M. Livingston, Trustin', lit.'
C. W. Berryman
J. 'V. Kt'cny
Joseph NVnrrcn
0 . 8 . Bmlth
M. A. K 11 lion
Bei ry man & Roger« - A .
Ami In aoeonlmnee with law and the order of
the Inmnl of trustcoa of the corporation m»de
.Hid Uth day of July, WM. so many »Imre, of
oach paroel of »took «» may ho mveoarr will
be .old hi publie auction hi the principal offlec
of the rompany, lllHekfoot. Ilmirl'Hin County.
Idaho, at <1 o'ehtek, |>. m., on C-th day of Sep- |
temlter, IWH. lo pay the dellminenl a»»e»s
ment, oo«t of advertismeut Httd expense of
«ale.
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•TOUS MoKTOOMKHV,
Secretary.
Hiackfmit. Idaho. Auatitl SI. ISM.
TlMMENSEl
BARGAINS
mmi
01 BARGAIN cook™
IGALL AND!
REE THEM.
TCTBUNTINC & CO.
SLIT S3IFEXSIfcTXSII,
DEALER IN
MEDICINES, DRUCS,
PAINTS & OILS,
i TOILET COOPS, ETC
E very thin* kept In a Firet-C'-aee Dru* Store.
He bas moved in the building near Curtis' Hardware
Store, where he will be pleased to see and serve everyone
REMEMBER
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
HAY! - HAY
OSBORNE
Mowers.
OSBORNE
Rakes
ZFCŒ^ZEUS,
ZEI^ILTZD POEKS,
pul:lets,
Mower Sections,
Ropes,
Binding Twine,
Machine Oil
Special attention is called to
my Utah brand of Hand Hay
Forks.
Hardware at lowest prices.
D. H. BIETHAN.
Blackfoot, Idaho,
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