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[ED EVERY SATURDAY.
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MttV JONES, PUULIHHKH
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IS OF 8UB8CHIPTION :
♦3.00
lit Ye*'
1.75
ÜMe M*
1.00
nuu* furnished ou snplloatlon.
the iKMliiffioe at Ulackfoot, Idaho,
••Ion as scoond via*« mail matter
ire
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r, IDAHO. HKPTKMllK.lt », IHM.
IUOKKMHONAI. CARD»
A. C. HEHLE
Ik il le.
jEHLE & BEHLE,
j rians $■ Surgeons.
It'll-Hear Pioneer Drug Store.
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Idaho,
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mr-n.
reiiN & McCracken,
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At q *w4- i
yior 06 martin,
ENGINEERS AID SURVEYORS,
: i. M*HTt«. cuvarv aravavua.
^■•n.n-1-.i in |.t,.mi.tiy oflkv with
IDAHO
IDAHO
fur The l'hoeait of Itrouklyn
urtb-WMlwn Lite InauraumCo.
espondence Solicited.
■I'OOT.
dan o. MABTiN
: IDAHO.
fAYUlB.

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11/7 77 / «V- KERR,
jrneua at Law,
)AIIO FALLS. IDAHO
n> in th* State and 17. S. Court*
■ V. OOZLIHR,
If >R.YE Y .7 T LA M *.
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IDAHO
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Umi HUA«TU B IN ALL Itll HTS
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Bwart & Dietrich,
NKYS AT LAW.
hte rommanuwu,«. premp,.,
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HUn Mininff AUOmB?
1**4 a,mi™ i» 4 oa,i 1
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Blackfool, Idaho.
fmdjßf' mall !)*• r«itif I« io4 l'onwi kui*«
J- H BEAN,
Bant SnuiRnn U. I* Railway.
li'Ol ATHI.IJ,. IDAHO.
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BEO. \i. M ALL,
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LACKFOOT, IDAHO.
■••rai Pire tnsnranm Agent.
Agent tor Germania Ute of New York.
ftaky rriii.tc.
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lire Your Buildings
Against Fire with
IW. VOGLER,
pieer Insurance Agt.
Df llinglinm County,
represent» Five of the boat
Fire Companies, also the
iv York Life Ins. Co
lie
11* I total bn» pN««od Irin w»w hnnri*.
M win bo run to moot tho drmnndfior
I* public. The oxpertonoo *»f the pn>
in th»» hntol tmwIncM in Idoho
kl In 8« It IsukiM tiy wMrrnntfi him In
hlHES TO risEASR ITS l*ATK0XH
r* will t»r Kept In Wr*t oIsm or
tr in I the fiimtifr rtx**u oonduotrd on
o Kurnpenn pmn Moat« nt nil hour«
NDAY UINNHUÎ
WNdnlty, from 4 to » p m. Palrnnaire
Ihr 'niil,|| ( , |s trolly sollcllcd.
hiril liy thr day. nr W«>cli reasonable.
JOHN A. DOWNING. Phoi-IUKToB.
rer Moon Restaurant,
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w.
Second door ftouth of Buntinir'«.
afcHeas A Sitnipoi)«,
PROPltlBTOttB.
i 1 »« been newly filled
gjiui and Is now lu h bellrr eondlllon
'r for the reception or Its guests
Jala at All Hours.
Oratcra and Game In scaaoii. To
a- LonvIntMNl give us a I rial.
WNDA dinners a specialty.
the latest of the week.
Mr. George Houck is building a
residence iu Ike northern part of town.
The fall term of the United States
court for Blackfoot will begin Mon
day the 17lb inst.
Caldwell and Payette will have a
lusse! tkts fall for the county seat of
Canyon county.
Marshal Pinkliarn was in Blackfoot
summoning jurors
and witnesses for the United States
court which begins on 17th inst
8 blobs' Vitalizer 75c. bottles for
: 50c. at Pioneer drug store.
Hon. J. \V. Held, of Lewiston, will
make a canvass of several couuties of
the state iu the interest of the Demo
cratic ticket.
first of the week
A Texas Democratic convention
balloted 5,38(i times before rnukiug a
nomination for congress. That shows
how a Texau will stick to a friend.
Try a package of Fuji tea, the liest
u *a in the market foi sale by W. A.
j Bull, the eastside merchant.
The shops at Pocatello were reopen
ed Tuesday for the first time since the
great strike in July.
!
N. I*. Bauks, exoinj'rcsHrnan,
M "i" r r '> «" Ute war «if the
Rebellion, died at Waltham, Maas, oo
the morning of September lsL
I President Rieka of Fremont
Prt-Aldcut Rl'.ka, of Fremont «*«n-;
ty, has addnaaed a letter to the Mor
mon people of that countv favoring
Ib-xburg for the county Mtt j
j The Missouri Pacific railroad clotted j
j twelve telegraph stations on the 1st!
intL Tliese were matnuintsl for the
tienefit «»f grain shippers, anti as the
dixiugth cut off tlie grain there was no
CapL Gunn, Populist nomiuee for
«ingress, will make his canvass iu
North Idaho this mouth. Ik will re
turn south in October.
ot keeping thvm longer. *
* Smoking Tobnooo, GranulaUtl
I,ukl » Mixture 2 ounce Package and
Package Cigarette* only 5 rente at
Hunting's.
! The Odd Fellow»' oemeterv. the
silent city of the tleatl,
j rapidly in population,
of new grave» would surprise the cas
ual visitor.
i* growing
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The numlicr
Idaho ought to feel better this fall
and winter Her mine, are being re
o|iene«l and she will husband and !
gnlh e r into granaries the biggest crops
j ever known in her history.
Blackfoot pleasure .«cker» must
arrange for something new in the way
,>r «km enjoyments this fall anil
The dance never grows old. !
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made.
liul nothing but dance, dan< , e makelh
the hi art sick ns well as the feet
weary.
Thr New» fore,- lias ls-en in clover
this week. Mr England, one of tin
new ««■ niera on the west side, and Mr.
John t!ray presented ilu-tn with nice
lota of choice fruit. A newspaper
force had liettcr tie in Iceland than
without friends.
has dressed the
j Judge Stevens
postofflee building in a fashionable
coat of paint, and fitted it up ho cosi
ly in the interior that one can linger
there and rend the Congressional
Record for hours with a gusto not
hitherto enjoyed.
' Perry, the condemned murderer of
Pat McNamara nt Lava last June,and
who was sentenced to hang this
month, has taken an nppc.d to the
supreme court and will have his case
j reviewed by that court iu January.
Awarded
IliyhcKt Honor*— World'*
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Fair.
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CREAM
Vf
MOST PERFECT MADE.
En«
Cream oi T..rt.n Bowccr,
A pure G 4|'
from Ammenin, Aiuin « r any other adulte
40 YLAUS THE STANDARD.
KEV. J. M. WILDER!
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GIVES TI1E FACTS IS CONNECTION
WITH HIS TKOI BI.K IK DENVER
HE WAS BOLDLY ROBBED.
One of the Robbers Arrested, Confesses
and Returas Part of the Stolen
Money to Its Owner.
Alvord, Texas. August 29th.
Ed. News:—I respectfully desire
to make the following statement of
facts io connection with my robbery
while in Denver en route to Texas. Sol
i. i . ,,
much ha» been giveu in the press
contrary to all truth and to my injury
as a Christian and a minister. I ask
you to publish my statement iu The
News:
I reached Denver at 8 a. m. Wed
I went to the office
nesday the 22d.
of the general passenger agent of the j
Denver &. Gulf railroad and bought a

ticket to Fort Worth.
As I stepped out of the office, a
man approached me and said: "I am
going to Fort Worth on this train, 11
a sou of Mr. Taylor, of Fort |
I am well acquainted with i
Mr. Taylor of that city; be is one of j
the prominent men, and believed the
young man's «tory. We walked on
together towards tue depot aud when
I about a block away he said: "The
j . . A t . I
Ptwldent of tue ( ripple Creek Mining ,
1 U * f " eud ot min *. " d he
lod me he would give me some rich
specimen» of gold ore to take home if
1 WO " Id C * 11 before leaving the city;
and lh illU , own lbe itwet to
tlie ^ me to wjth hjm {
j WIW . uU ^, ^ afa . r goiug a 8llorl j
j di.Unce he pointed and said : "This :
j is the offlct' " I
When we entered the room.'Taylor' i
asked for the president amt was told !
by one of three he had just gone to
the postoffice for his mail and that lie
would return in a few minutes
am
Worth.
Wll,lc ' w »' ,in 8 T *ylor aakwi me toT
h" 0 h,m ono dolUr for " sbort l| tne
1 ,ook ou * m - v P ul>e and w "'* »«* ^ j
act of opening it to accommodate [
him wiu-n he sei*«! it and threw it !
i
«>u the table. Oue of the three men
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i oiwncsl it, took mv monev and threw !
A , „
the empty puis© back to me, and all
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three of them rushed out the room
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through a rear door. Then it dawned
.... . i
on me that 1 had been led into a den
.... .... ...
of thieves and had tieen robbed.
I went to police headquarters, swore
out a warrant an,I h«l one of the
! part v arrested. He «Imitted be and
his pals had robbed me ami returned !
part of Uio *48 taken from me. The
oU,or two had not h 00 " »rrested when j
1 ,efl u,c ci, y- T, " , * c arP the facte in «
lb ® caae. Respectfully,
! J M Wilder.
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In the coming campaign Ulackfoot !
Itlarkrool's Share.
will recognixe a number of her present
nod f,,rra,,r «'"»w position on
the track for honors iu November.
DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
W. T. Ret-vea, Attorney General.
R. I*. Quarles, Judge 5th District
RKPCnt.ICAN TICKET.
C. Bunting, Trersurer.
C. W. Beale. Attorney 1st District
M. Patrie, Chairman Central Com.
Jule Bassett Secretary Central Com.
Wanted to Pay His Debt.
It is given out that in n court not
far nway from Blackfoot a juror ask
ed the judge to excuse him from !
serving the term.
"What is your excuse,
!
I owe ft man $10 an«) I want
hunt him and pay him," said the Juror. !
"I)o YMU really want to liunt a man j
*. m «- »'.«i J*. ... n»r ok j
ed the judge
"Ido, jour . . ......r»l
1
asked the
j utlge.
juror.
-Tlu'ii you inny ire excused," suid
the judge.' "I do not want n man to
sit ou my jury who will lie like that." ,
j
Where the Old Man ( ante in.
What'» Dick doing now?"
"Well, Dick. Lie's a-docterin."
"And John?"
--Ho' 8 horse tradm."
"And William?"
-He's n-savin of souls."
"And Tom?"
"Well, Tom. he's sorter politieiamn
aroun."
"And you?"
"Well, I'm sorter farinin and a-fecd
in of Dick an John an William an
Tom!" —Atlanta Coustitutiun.
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Karl's Clover root, the great blood
I purifler gives freshness and clearness
' to the complexion and cures constipa
tion, 25 cts., 50 eta., $1. sold by Ben
H. Pernish, Druggist.
Alatastine the best, most durable
and cheapest Wall Finish at Ben Fer
nisb's drug store.
Fremont county Democrats will
bold their county convention on the
22d inst. That's the correct thing.
Save your big crops and make your
county campaign short, sharp and
sure.
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wheat to supply that institution with
> ..
; flour for the year. The News points
with great pride to the management
of the Asylum.
The Asylum farm raised enough
Five tramps were placed in jail at
j this place Monday evening for refus
I dig to get off a freight train upon
j »dich they weie riding without pay.
They were pretty bold and impudent
fellows.

puny started with a capital of *1.000,
000, has increased it to *30,000,000,
| on which it has paid annual dividends
i of from 8 to 12 per cent, and has a
j surplus of accumulated earnings of
<25,000,000. Its dividends last year
were *2.800,000, and its lands are
» » »
aHsesseil as acre property. Still, it
could not share its gams with its
I ®
, workingmen who had made them, in
» time ot at«*., because it would be
against the "principles" of the com
pany. Iu interest, and a mighty
greedy one at that, rather.
-
Capt Sweeney, U. 8. A., San Diego,
j Cal . says: "Shihffi'« Catarrh Remedy
: la ,h * firat medlcio<! 1 Lave ever f,jUnd
I ,bat would do ® e MT g ood " Pf«*
i 50t '* W ' ld b - Bl '° 11 I ' ,fruislj '
! ' j ~ j
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r r ° m * etU;r written j '•
Mr. Pullman admits that his com
are peruilttetl to make this extract :
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
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[(lumieriuau, of Dimondale, Mich., we
I have no hesitation in recommend
i results were almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I was pastor
Sof the Baptist Church, at Rives June
,.. ,
j tion t>he was brought down with
! „ ,. . „ .
Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe.
. .. ..
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
. f , .
last hours with little interruption and
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i if seemed as if she could not survive
.. .... , ,
them. A friend recommended Dr.
j... , .. _.
. ,n F 8 * ew was quic
,0 ''f ^ h, ? h, Y " t,8fa ^ r -'*
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Bt ' ble & ^ ^pnetom.
egU " r S ' Z< ' 5 >c ' an< fl 00 '
Among the many interesting scenes
The Work of Congres».
of the closing hours of congress, that
enacted by Congressman Hall of Min
nesota was among the most interest
ln answcr ,bc < l ut ' stion '' Wllat
lia» congress done?'' Representative
Hall said :
It ha» given to all our people the
opiKirtunity of living cheaper and
better.
It lia» shattered the protcctcl trusts
of McKinleyism
It has placed the burden of laxation
upon the ricli man's surplus as well as
upon every man's needs.
It has restored the freedom of elec
tions.
It has placed the transactions of
the government aud its methods of
aci-tmnliug upon a business basis.
It lias greatly red not'd the expendi
tures of the government.
Four ltig Successes.
Having the needed merit to more
than make good all the advertising
® ^
^ <)r th®®* the following four
ha J e reaehod 8 phenomcuul
8ab ' : l* r - King's New Discovery for
» ■■ ¥* • O-Iteoofc.*«*
bottle guaranteed—Electric Bitters,
n. »r™tr™«.y Li.«, I.
Bill! Kidneys. Buck leu S Arnica Salve,
* bc b '' 8 *' * b, ' worb t Kings
^'e.'r Life Pills, which are a perfect
i'' d - these remetiies are guarar
teed to do just what is ehiimed f«»r
Bern man A Rogers Will pay the

S .1 filtlFFIX ri'AII.
k-i. »». UUII r Id, Dealer Iu
Uemlngtoit Ty|ie-Writers and Soenllos. While
t \, I...„„-.a-. _
hnamel l.t It, rs. Mlnieographa. Offlre fixtures,
them and the dealer whose name is
attached herewith will be glad to tell
you more of them. Sold at Pioneer
drug store, Bohlo it Son, proprietors.
COUNTY WARRANTS WANTED.
highest cash price for county warrante
Manu tuet u rer «»(' Uubbt*r nu«J Moml
Stamp*. 8o«iK Chock*, StarwIU nm! nil kinds
or stamp foods. Write 'PvpC WT1 tCFN
I it
for calalovuc
it
For Years,
>?
Says Laurie E. Btockwkm.. of Cheater
field, N.
extremely severe pain Iu the lower part of.
the chest. The feeliug was as if a too
I was afflicted with au
weight was laid
on a spot the size
ot my baud. Dur
Inj the attacks, the
perspiratiou would
staud iu drops ou
my lace, and it wsa
agony for me to
make sufficient
effort even towbis.
per. They came
suddenly, at any
hour of the day or
night, lasting horn
w
I is
hau a day. leaving a. S» I«
several days after. I was quite pro*
trated and sore. Sometimes the attacks
were almost daily, then less frequent. After
about four years of this suffering,
taken down with bilious typhoid fever, and
I when I began to recover, I had the worst
attack of my old trouble I ever experienced.
was
At the first of the fever, my mother gave
me Ayer'* Pills, my doctor recommending
them as being ba tt er than anything he
eould prepare. I continued taking these
Pills, and so great was the benefit derived
that during nearly thirty years I have had
but one attack of my former trouble which
yielded readUy to the same remedy."
Prep*r«d by Dr. J.c. Ayer a Co., Loweii, if***.
j
I Offer of Bannock County, who
, made Homestead Application No. 3072. for the
B'4 NBi* nw» 4 g eh. Section 5. sw»* xwj*
^' on , 4 J 0,r , n * hip * 8outh ' IUn ' re 42 B "»'
B. M., do hereby irtve not ice of my inunction
to make final proof to establish my claim u>
the KU-ristor and Receiver at Blackfoot,
l d * ho - 0,1 October 25 th, um. by two of the
George W. Jeneen. A. Christen«*.. Thomas
Callett, D. Catlett, all of Soda Spring», Ban
noc-k county. Idaho,
AYER'S PILLS
Every Dose Effective
No. I.—Homestead.
Lakd Omca at Blacuoot, Idaho.
August 25th. ISM.
Orrr.H B. Hasse«.
JOHN W. JONES. Beoeiver.

No. 1.--Homestead.
Land Or#ter. at Hlauitiot, Idaho.
August Stftb. L-iW.
t. lAire Hansen, «f Bannock County, who
made !Lmu*i4-ad Application Xo. 2IC5 for the
Lot* i ana 2. Section 2«: Lots i and 2 , ne=,
SE>* SfH'ilon IT. Township 5 Siutli 42 East B.
j *'• • do hereby Eire notice of my Intention to
make final proof to establish my claim to the
land above described, and that I expect to
j prove my residence and cultivation before
! Heyister and Hecelver at Blackfoot, Idaho, ou
October 10th, lrtlt, by twe of the following-i
wltnwBi :
George W. Jensen. A. ('bristonsen. D. CaUett,
Thomas Oaliett, all of Sods Springs, Bannock
County, Idaho.
Lar* Hasse«.
JOHN W. JONES, Receiver.
Netlee for Publication.
Land Office at Ulackfoot. Idaho.
August 14th, ISM.
I. Christen A. Christensen, or Shelly. Idaho,
who made Homestead Application No. 24,15. j
for the XE5» Sec. 12. Twp. 1 Sooth, range 37,
east, do hereby give notice of my intention to !
make final proof to establish my claim to the |
land above described, and that I expect to -
prove my residence and cultivation belorel
Register and Receiver at Itlackfoou Idaho, on [
September 25th, IXP4. by two of the following
witnesses :
:•
Sor<*n Jonrenwii, Christian Andsraoo, Anton
K. Chridtenecn, Jana Chrii»teii»eu, all of Shelly,
Idaho.
Chuistkk A. CnmsTKNSE«.
John W. Joses, Receiver. !
Timber Culture—Notice of Intention to
Make Proof.
t* KITED »TATES I.AKtl OmCE, 1
Black loot. Idaho. August 13th. insu, t
I. John 8. Pritchett, of Basalt* Bingham
county. Idaho, who made timber application
No. 1210 , on the »eeond day of January. lîW, j
for the SW »4 section 21. township 1 ttouth,
range 37 east, B M.. hereby iriw tint ice of my
Intention to make flnul proof to establish my
claim to the land above described before Ke»f
iater and Receiver at Blackfoot, on Wednes
day. the SBth day of September. 18SH, by two
of the tollowin? wiinease* :
Lewis R. Pritchett, Heber Nuiront, w. I.
Cuthbert, Samuel Burrell, all ot Ulnirham
county, Idaho.
John S. rRircHKrr.
Jous W. Jones, Receiver.
Notice for Application for Permit to Tut
Timber.
To whom it m»y concent :
N«««» hereby ^-on thatth^nderiiigne.i, ]
intond to Mpply to tlio Hon. bccreutry of the
Interior, fur a permit to cut timber, from the
'tving 'iu'iui
ei«iu mii<* e«*i «nd <«to mile south of the
iSXÄ'ÄTJTÄ? ;
surveyed would lie sections Otirln and nine, j
STS rjïl;SÏ,"2Sr ÏÏ! !
j sold to the I»co|do of llin«h«tn County »nd the
surrounding eoutitlos In the State of Idaho. j
Gricaou. Rose A Co. !
j p. o. Blackfoot. Idaho.
I Desert Land, Final Proof..-Notice for
Publication.
I'MTI tl STATES t.ANb OrviCK, ,
Blackfoot. Idaho, July nth. ISO-. ; I
j Notice I» hereby ftiven that Geor»»' A.Wor-j
i den, of Ulackfoot, Idaho, has filed notice of
I intention to make proof on his desert da nd j
Claim No, 13«. for the Lots 1 and 2, Soetlon .HA
! Lots 8 and 4, Section 10. Township 2 South.
! Haneh.-KKasi. and unaurveynt K>, SEN,. Î 4
aim K' t NK>* Sre'llon 25. 'tewiiahip 2 Soilh. j
i Haiiite 34 East, before Register and Roeelver
at Ulackfoot, Idaho, on Saturday, the oth day
j "'^rtemlK-r, I 0 .U. :
He name« the following witnesses to prove
I the complete Irrigation and reedamation of
-Hl.l hi ml
i "«m land .
John G. Bhown, Register. I
j
j î^nidli H î)illmtl, Owrp'L WhII, Alpheui
Whltton, Kml T. Dubois. Mil of Blsokltiot. |
I ldsho.
Delivered any place in
town by giving the or
der to D. S. Morgan or the milk man.
Ice delivered every morning.
Ice, Ice
Hacklin'* Arnica Salve.
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles,
refunded
The nest Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruise«, Sores. Ulcer», Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped
Hand», Chilblains Corns, and all Skin
or no pay required. It ig guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Beble A Son.
p °°° r d TLe undersigned lias a good
s u e ' p» 8ture for horses or cattle,
Parties having these animals to pas
ture will be. accommodated at reason,
able rates. For terms apply to
L. M. Capps.
For Furniture,
Cirpets, Wall
Paper,curtains
Stoves, Glass
ware Crockery , China, Refrigerators,
.... f.. , '
Pictures find Mouldings, Bicycles,
Tricycles and Baby Carriages, togeth
er with all House Furnishings, be
sure and call
ou the Idaho
Furniture Co.
of Pocateiio.
M flKIC V "* e bavo at Pro® 60 * pien
lYiuliEl I tv Money to Ixn.n on well
improved farms. Fanners
make your application as
soon as possible.
LINDSAY & CO.,
Idaho Falls, Idaho.
TO
LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN.
Morgage Loans wanted aud negotiated
with Eastern Parties
ON IMPROVED FARMS IN BINGHAM CO.
We negotiate 7 per cent loans and
charge a commission of 2 percent
MORTGAGES RENEWED
That'have been taken by other com
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pames. Inclose stamp for reply,
Address, MELVIN SWORTS,
Baker City, Oregon. •
GEM BARBER SHOP,
J. H. MACKLEY, Pro.
Blackfoot, f i Idaho.
-o
Shaving,
anti SharjtpOOing.
flair CUiling
Call and give me a trial
Rippling» &, Hamann,
TAILORS,
i Idaho.
RcxbUrg, i
: 0 :
Good workmanship and perfect fit guaranteed
All mail orders promptly attended to.
Oives us a rial Order.
Dr. D- N. Schumacher,
DENTIST,
Idaho Falls, Idaho.
tiff"Will Return to Blackfoot Septembet 1st.
HEALER IS
Confections, Nuts, Fruits,
Tobaccos, Cigars,
Lunch Goods, Etc., Etc.
of all kinds
iu their season
Vegetables
At the old stand, The Idaho House.
Call ai)d See Me.
G. W. FO WELL <0 C.'O. F HOF'S.
Tl'C eneaiwsl. the Shortest and must direct
* Ul • nd
Farrjlng: Mail, Passengers and Express.
Leave« Ulackfoot dally a. « a. m for toe Bl*
Lost River Mmes. Hou» .. i lialll*. Uunaaia.
Clayton. Cuater, Aetna and Hay Horae.
Passengers are earrusl In tlrstclass wiaehe.
driven hy careful and nxperlonoed drivers.
Earing houses on the lire are uns.iti>awu;d.
Vor further Information apply to
K. W. VOGLER, Agent, Btoekfoot.
Eare from Ulackfoot to t halils 110.
The Blackfoot & Challis
STAGE LINE
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West and the points natiinl.

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