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a a to in g Cough, eoee joints «■ r~ k —AXI>— It a MUSCLES. \ im> (toe paired OF RELIEF. CPltKÏ» BY i _ «S.. i['s Cfieriy Pectoral ttB* *1"»*. I h »d » « . giliisis, sei-omp ti le I wlsli a ® >lj3jeoU ;h and a e -ueral Smenes* 0 sad imi'ilr*. I eousuUed o »ml Mied »»nun* rvuuuiira. ® IWMI rrttl»* ssy relief, utml I ® «.I Of «»>* 'eh'S well again o rj ,,„k Ayer's Cherry I'aeturvL O J'sn-0 »twrt time, »at emli. ly ® I ms. Iheiefure. condal'y sud o I lid* 1 ! e,*Ul. o U> O of Thi,| Utah do, it a LVelîy r-'f'.i *" VSeUNK Tfiaii SOt. h\ o s . «Hs had * T*ry tmuhlcMmir M ' ja, u« J Ayer's Cherry hrls c ,1 piaMiwd Imnwaltsle relie'." — 0 yupous. Hum! hreyt. ti*. ° f's Cherry Pectoral § ictivtd Highest Awards o the WORLD'S FAIR o isBOOBOOOOOQPTgOPOOOO O dtb gi »ithltf 8»*i| ' in TW 1 ; the Blackfoot N«nns Of m US HEI» EVERY SATURDAY. ! I hi. ob» may jonha, pt ui.isiihu Q runs or scascRtmoM : and .$3.00 . 175 . 1 00 $2 fle •«fit ir*v. Mocth. - k Moatti» IS»« wafl asm raum tuntithed uo apptUnUum. ukmä MU ihr puMUdbte at BarkfwS, IS.hu, ■MM at arOOT IDAHO. J AMI'AMY U. MSS. ra>>re»sioMAL rsRin WILLIAM H. BEHLE, Lticùtn and Surgeon. | [tvn,» .n; ¥.u«M »»iSm ivSutusf : : Idaho .... j Hi Mètj I KXRsrT. iad< ttorneus at Law,!^ U 5.1//77/ .Ï KEHR, Uhl to IDAHO FALLU, IDAHO. Miw IB Ik. SUM sad C I. Courts H. V. COZIER, ■TT0JLYE Y AT LAW'. H •tu. VKKTtr* IN AIX COUKT» mOKTOOT. a IDAHO Stewart & Dietrich, iTTOKNKYS at law. Blackfoot, Idaho. h» I HR for Issu Um (»um. and UUMH•talas J- H BEAN, 1 of SOT AST Sl'ROXON U. P. RaII-WAT. POCATELLO, IDAHO. "TjMtTaphk- cnnnsslMliM ,>rompll| MM p>. GEO. L. WALL, I sp«lal I «ml Alt. Ora. Urn) Ofltosl BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. I 0ro<-r*| rim tn.onanra A«rnt A«rn, f»r (iproatnla Ufa of Nr» Vork. Plt-WART PUBLIC. Insure Your Buildings Against Fire with lit F. W. VOGLER, Pioneer Insurance Agt Of Bingham County. '»present* Five of the beat Fire Companies, also the New York Life Ins. Co He 1 HEALER IS Confections, Nuts, Fruits, Tobaccos, Cigars, Lunch Goods, Etc., Etc. of all kinds in their season A l be old stand, Thk Idaho Ilottsr. Ç9II ai)«! See M** LOCAL 1'AHAVllA I' US. Wheat, corn aud oats advancing in price. The man who take never makes anything. The Insane Asylum directors hold a regular quarterly meeting on the 15th inst. King, Bannock county, is the latest post office established in the John Balfour is postmaster. Hon. Geo. B Hogers is in Boise for a few days, snd is giving his influence to the election of Senator Shoup. Sheriff Wood in was confined to bis last week, suffering from rbeu arc reported never makes a mis state. room mattem. If you have anything unpleasant to do, don't delay IL Tackle it and get it through. Then smile. Bohn— January 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nugent, of the West Side, a ton. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Moat Perfect Made. Idatw Falls will have a delegation ' in Boise this winter workiug in the 1 interest of the agricultural college for 1 ; that place. ! Stale Auditor itamsey has closed I hi. vaults against the State wagon rued until contractors fulflll the letter and spit it of the law. The question of the division of Kootnsi county «ill come up in the'have legislature this winter snd with a pot- ' ■sible show for division. , Lsdira all-wool Knit Skirts, worth j $2 00, goiag for only $1.50, also ladira Fisunelette Wrapper« at $1.75 A heavy snow storm prevailed in Colorado this week. All tailroad traf ! fle in the vicinity of the Crested Butte at Buntiug's. | hand. Ijj in a good supply, ice is very cooling in the hut days of July j and August was suspended. The time of the ice halves! is st ; Chicago has just closed her doll j #60W0 U in two days. The receipts go o | charity. Karl's Clover root, the great blood j purifier gives freshness and cleat ness to the complexion sad cures constipa : lion, 25 eta., 50 ets., $1 sold by Ben ! I H Fernish, Druggist. Home wen ought to ask 'hemselves. i What sort ut a husband has my wift got? And some women with equal propriety, might ask : VS bat sort of a wife has my husband got? J V. Jenkins, cashier of Bunting's | bonk, Blackfoot, has gone to Boise for 30 days. He will assist Mr. Bun ting in taking charge of the Slate treasurer's office. The hard times has had the effect of cutting off foreign immigration to our shorea. The nutnlrer who came to this country last year was the least ainc« 1878, and the presen' year prom ises a less number than last year. "Old, yet ever new, and simple and liesutiful ever," sings the poet, in words which might well apply to Ay er's Sarsaparilla—the most efficient and schmtiflc blood purifier ever offer ed to suffering humanity. Nothing hut superior meiit keeps it so long at the front. Captain Hansford Smith, one of the leading mcmlH-rs of Ogden Imr, died his home in that city, Saturday Capt. Smlih favorably known throughout southern Idaho, where ho has had an extensive law practice and his old friends will lie pained to learn of his death. lit evening of laut week. wan Awarded Highest Honor»— World'* Fair. DU vtictr * CREAM BAKING P0WD1B MOST PERFECT MADE. A rur* Crap* Cream of Tartar Powder. Fre« from Ammonit, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Hayden Brin., Dry Goods, Omaha. As the trains now run from the West it require two and three days to get mail from Boise City. Ulackfoot fau get Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City (rapers us soon as it gets the daily Statesman. The tw*st anodyne and expectorant for the cure of colds, coughs, and all throat, lung, aud bronchial troubles, is undoubtedly, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral the only specific for colds and coughs admitted at the Chicago World's Fuir. M aurikd-AI Nampa, on Thursday, Deceml»er 27th, Fred 0. Mock aod Miss Meunah Nettleton. The brtde is the accomplished .«ter of F. V. Net tleton at the Blackjack mine, and the groom is editor of the Nampa Leader Here'a IneU IT,..,! lAaut r. Here H luck, rr«*cl f aod ma} v<iur ahaibiw never I... : jour suauow ne\er grow less. M*i II IV vour livra aliens ' V ' ™ ' Free from dommtle ckueka; Willi }u*t eit,ui ah of Nellies To au the bouse with Mocks —Silver City Avalanche, j Yes, may loy the live* attend Of these newly wedded Mocks. And each (Tinstmaa Bud their Breslde Adorned with another pair of socks. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair He never is unquestionably, the liest eervativc of rhe hair. live of ilumlruÖ, tetter, aud all scalp pre It is also cura "flection* (*,«••* Cream Baking Powder ° w*nd * Fair in the. t Award. ! Congressmen have no cheek. Over 25 of them wrote to Washington to the'have tlie amount of their mileage seul to them at home, since they did not 1 j . . ... ; ter The > * erc mo8tJ -V who hail ^'t'hhs.d the pant winter. But, 111 1 ' " ,n ' " c * Do1 ' ° ,u,, ' 0 i' 8 ® > u ; that «âv. He will irive them do mile* / t ® . . aife unless the miles are traveled. , j Shiloh's cure is sold on a guarantee., D cures Incipient consumption. It is tbe Iwst cough eure, only one cent a dose. 25c., 50c., and $1. sold by Ben intend to go to Washington this win H Feruisb. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? ^ newspaper paragraph denounces Fact or Fiction about Two Great Fair Awards. as "false" the claim of a baking pow- j der company to an award at the World's Fair. Whom can it mean? Certainly not Dr. I'rice's. Why? Because, as the records show, Dr. Frice's exhibited, competed and re jeeived the highest award, both st Chicago]aod the California Midwinter Fair. The award in California includ ed Gold Medal. The official examin ers pronounced it the strongest, the purest, the most wholesome and cfll | dent of #n ^ |, akinp powders. It* title to confidence is unquestioned. Can it be the manufacturers of a New York powder, fictitiously labelled "absolutely pure" who sro making •false" claims? That would be strange indeed, inasmuch as they were not even considered in the awards. Was it Ammonia in the New York jKiwder that prevented it* makers from competing? If rot what NEW OFFICERS. The new county officers, elected for the coining two years, have qualified and aie now ready lor business. The Board of Commissioners elect ed C. W. Berryman, of Blackfoot, chairman, and will begin it* regular quarterly work next week. S. G. Fisher has been appointed deputy by Sheriff H. W. Keifer. Tint News bids the new corps of officers good cheer with the confidence that each one will endeavor to do his duty and his full duty. We shall not Join the prophets of evil, if there lie any, to predict misrule, mismanage ment, extravagance and disaster from these new men in advance, looking for no such things. It will lie tune enough to cry wolf threatens the flock. The people of the county are toil under the burdens and pressures of the general hard timos. Money matters, with the great majority, are us tight as mother earth bound up by the frosts of winter, and any relief from these burdens and pressures will soothing balm to their de We are wolf when the ing come as pressed and discouraged feelings. Whatever reform and curtailment of expenses which enn consistently lie made will lie grateful to the oppressed and the remembrance of taxpayers them will lie expressed iq unstinted «qd geqerul praieos. bÄBSÄSWÄÄTCÄ Sj SfrÆ 7 o « 25 fiR TïïÂSÎftÂÂ ° f PSfJIU awl soon uotl<'»d a eluuige for the better. My appétit« returned and wiih : r «*•»'*' »trrngth. Eneouragril by the«, results, I kept on taking UieBar sapartU», Uli I luufuaed six bottle*, and my Health wa* restored."—A. A. Tows*, prop. Harri» Horae, Thompson, N. Dak! j Health Restored ALL EUN DOWN No 8trength nor Energy Miserable §J I IS TUB EXTREME. ( Hands COVERED —wlth SORES. CURED BY USING Ayer's Sarsaparilla r Ayerfe,Sarsaparilla §1 ! • o.i i Admitted AT THE WORLD'S FAIR oi i ■££&£ 2.9.9 .?° L° P.P.o o o.o P o ' i 4 News from Boise. Our readers are interested in new. 1 from Boise, and this interest will lu T particularly lively during the session ° f lht ' '«gi-Uture this winter. At tin ; Very beginning of the session the eon ( ! test betweeu Hon. Willis Sweet ami i 1 Hon George L Shoup for the senator ship will attract attention throughout the entire state. After that shall have j been settled, many matters of the bigh ; est imiM>rt&nce to the people will come Mf)n lhç legig , atllrf Those who desire to have full re ; Q f a || , nn tters will find the Boise 0 . # ... . .. jotateamao m<jflt valuable, as it is the , . ...... j onl V P»pcr **o situated that it can give extended reports of all the doings of the legislature. For $1, the Semi Weekly Statesman can be secured for 0 months, or the Daily can be had for three months for $1.50. S Some time ago Mr. Simon Gold baum of San Luis Itey, Cal., troubled with a lame buck and rheu matism. He used Chamberlain's I'ain was Balm and a prompt cure was effected, j He says he has since advised many of his friends to try it and all who have done so have spoken highly of it It is for sale by Ben II. Fernish. DENTISTRY ! D. N. Schumacher. D. D. S., may be professionally consulted at Ladies Parlor, Blackfoot House, until Tues day. January 15th. Fine work, reason able prices and satisfaction to all. Mrs. T. S Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizcr saved raj life, I consider it the liest remedy for a debilitated system I ever used." For djspcpsia, liver or kidney trouble it excels. Sold by Ben H. Fernish. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby giveu that the firm heretofore existing under the name and style of Lawrence & Smith, en gaged in the sheep business, near Howe, Idaho, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, J. S. Smith having purchasml from A. T. Lawrence the entire interest in said concern; and said Smith will collect all debts due to said firm and pay all debts of the A. T. Lawrknck. Dated Dec. 28,1894. J. S. Smith. firm. JOHN MONTGOMERY, -)AGENT 0F(— lam '(I And Coke Co. Full Weight and Reasonable Price» Guaranteed. Send In Your Order»* Mot lee Desert Entry. Unite«! Slates I-sml Office. ( Rlackfoot, Idaho, January 8, liW>. I Complaint having been entern! at this office by Jesse U. Pipkin, against Oeorgo A. Harth, assignee, for failure to comply with law as to Desert Entry No. m'>. dated November lftth, 1HW). upon the »ü noV». »et» ne>». nel* nwl*. See. 30, e>, sw>* 04 nwl* Sec. 19, Tp. 2 south of Range 35 east, to tllngham county Idaho, with a view to the cancellation of said entry, con testant alleging that said Harth has not Irri gated amt reclaimed and made final proof thereon nor done anything to reclaim the same, also that Harth Isa non-resident, the said partie* »re hereby summoned to appear at this office on the* «lay of February 19811, at 10 o'olook a. in. to respond aud furnish testp mon) conpcrnlng said alleged failure. Johk W, Joans, Receiver, THE FULTON MEAT MARKET, VOGLER & HORTON, -'-T' ' ~ * I Wholesale snd Hetsll Dealers In Fml & Salt feats, smp -AND All kinds of Vegetables * o Fish and Game in Season. BLACKFOOT IDAHO. I (MuftkAA AAAAAAAAAlAlA purbjs* ! i 0b * i i is the whole story BEWARE 4 ► - 1 T " of imitation trade about marks and labels. m AND HAMPER SOPA ! ; ( i Costs no more thin other ptekage soda—never spoils ^ • flour—universally acknowledged purest In the world, p Made only by CHURCH k CO., Hew York. Sold by grocers everywhere. F Write for Arm and Hammer Book of valuable Reeipea—FBBB. ill packages 1 .1 « « i. « t -« ».»» s « t f » r s r t » « t TVTVTrr TTTTtTTTtTTTt TTVT Our prices are the lowest in the valley, while our ous they are of the very best Read our prices S 0 Currants, 14 pounds. Raisins, 14 " . Beans, 21 " . Fuji Tea. 35c., 3 pounds. Green Tea 25c. 3 " Arbuckle Coffee, 4 pounds Chewing Tobaccos from 25 to 45 eta. All other goods just as cheap. .... 1.00 Matches, 16 boxes for 25 cents. .... 1.00 Oat Meal, 21 pounds for one dollar. .... 1.00 Best Laundry Soap, 21 bars for 1.00 .... 1.00 Syrup in one gallon cans, 70 cents. . .. .1.00 Syrup in kegs, 1.80. .... 1.00 Candy, 15 ets. or 2 lbs. for 25 cents. DO YOU SEE ANY REASON Why you should not trade where you can get the most goods for your money. Nobody kicks at the low prices found only at *i C. BUNTING A CO., BANKERS, INCORPORATED, IDAHO. BLACKFOOT, Transacts A General Banking Business. INTEREST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS. Issue drafts direct on all principal cities of Europe. ACTIVE RESPONSIBLE ACCOCNTS SOLICITED. IS" PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS : NEW YORK. CHICAGO. OMAHA. OGDEN. SALT LAKE CITY. SAN FRANCISCO. CHASE NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, - FIRST NATIONAL BANK, McCORNICK & CO., BANKERS, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ASSOCIATE BANK : POCATELLO, IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK, J. G. READ & BROTHERS, WHOLESALE MANUFACTURER? AND DEALERS IN Harness, Saddles, Collars & Whips, 2448 Washington fave., Ogden, Utah. Ifp'-In order to keep the publio m-quinted with the fact that wo kuow it i* hard times—therefore we are making great Cuts in Prices on our goods. We have a Large Stock of Harness of All Descriptions, Saddle» of Greet Varieties aud a good stock oi all Otbor Goods iu the Harness aud Saddle line. Write us for Prices and be convinced.