BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1895.
OUR LOCAL FIELD.
one Blackfoot will have
( i.imHp'ourtli of July.
id tad Inspector McCormick was at
I Pork Ibis week.
■^Bof Buck Wright for per
■ssl term of Pocatello court,
at lit- acquittal.
'he Woo! 'liver Times says 1,000
loads of cattle are to be shipped
k girl wBm ls»rn to Mr. and Mr» AI
1rs JAI« left Btuckfoot Thurs
to joiu her hit'.baud now
j^^Kut of a mine in Montana
j^^^Hlutu of Fremont county
^^^Lllv. against bonding the
•> Best Side, 1 hurnday
dinut big hit tug « have a beginning.
*fclt»t J laginuiog of growth and
>L of Corinue, Utah, is
daughter. Mrs J K Jar
of Bln afoot, this week.
pie of West side are looking
ng is one of tbe event* the
|t> in tbe near future.
Mr and Mrs. Andy John
ckfooot, Wednesday morn
. Junf 1 2 . a daughter
Ir. Vint Camp, of Uostor Co, who
nts hi* friends in Bingham by the
re, wb>. a drove City visitor this
olstenbolm, of Balt Lake
JHHri«itiug the family of Bute
'henilllackfoot celebrate«, she cel
tea, That means a big time in
on the coming Fourth
e's Cream (taking Powder
tb'sllrt Sunday school is
^ for a ( hildren » Day* cele
^^•arti. ulara in our next (MOP.
> Dan Raymond, of Blackfoot, ha*
«PPoiotmaot ..f dep
vie« 8. G. Fiaker resigned,
rM'a Fair HStnl Snri
Boiae kill bold her dU- election
-cording to the Australian sy stem
—J* 1,1 is in July. Ucgi»trati<
kkL f. M. Wilder will s|M>nd Bun-;
v at parket Lake ami Bev. Locae.
IHHudent of Fort Ilnll Indian
ill occupy his pulpit Sunday
truing at 11 o'clock.
»V ,L î, , , . ..... n
rbn la li.-s aid society of the M. E
lurch will giye an .ce cream soi ial
Mrs. Hvright's, tin. Friday evening
KHK . j
J êS»"" " . in* 00 , T WC
HTT .* 1 *' ro 1 ,l , W
^■aed yesterday it will most like
Nowjthnt good times are coming
Sfiill tbe old Democrats who strayed
^^fciuc will soou l>e coming back
Ü» '•There ia n<* place like home,
J. (j Lannerberg, the expert opt I
( o will Ih> hen' Monday, lias
loutt^prcnt deal of work in Pocatello,
ryone that availed themselves
^^^I'vice «peak highly of his skill
dvc bin î a call if your eyes are im
Mr. Whittier and family of Nehrnska,
brother of Clerk Whittier of the Black
pool lion î anil, art* expected to rencli
Blackfoot Saturday morning, where
they Will make their future home
Tm closing exercises of Fort Hull
«^Indial school will he held on the 20th
Arrangements are being
j|Hfor a splendid time for all who
I at the home of his parents, 1
^^^lay nfterooon, Juno 13th, Albert j
*NB n - The little fellow bore lus
Mtflbrtig* heroically and often spoke
'^T 1 ' without shudder of fear. In
^^B>ry rhsumntism wasthuimmedi
a Ogiih.-biK death I'lie funeral
M will be held «t 8t. Paul's !
b, Saturday at 2 o'clock. I
The wind of the calamity-bowler is
escaping from his balloon through the
puncture made by returning good
Julia Powell, aged 16 years, a pupil
at Port IItall Indian school, died Tues
day of spinal meningitis.
Six six-horse teams loaded with
coppei bullion came tit from Houston
The People's canal eompau v, West
Side, is working 25 teams and push
ing its work as rapidly as possible.
j «1* ** 8t Mar J '* " l 8ttlt «»»
Jun '' 2<Mh, and St Teresa* at Boise.
Frei Vogler continues to improve
»ud as bis fever has been broken His
The News acknowledges invita- i
lions to attend the commencement ex
fri ( ,|,dg may expect to sec him at
home in the early days of July.
«ioiiwl card of Attorney H Grimineit
; iti this issue. Mr (î rim melt 1ms locat
! ''<1 in Blackfoot and has taken an
"ini'* on South Main street, near Cur
tis' hardware store.
Attention is called to the profes
The Balt Lake Tribune, of Tuesday
last, gave cuts of the new receiver*—
Bancroft and Egan. They were so;
placed in the columns that Bancroft j
... . ,
«" b * °**r l " (> *'* '
to«* flfcuion Ihr U. I . ovembadow»
t(M . Sbort y ue
1'atrokize Home Indcst-ht by buy ;
! ing Wolverine Lumber from W. A. j
Bull the east side merchant
In war times the |>opular song is : (
; "11 you want to have a good lime jine
1 the cavalry," but In these piping times |
of peace, tt is : "If you want to have j
a good time on the Fourth, come to
Blackfoot, come to BiackfooL"
Now let our little Clays. Weitster*. I
and Calhouns come to the front and !
contend for the prison in the déclama
lion contest*, arranged for on the com- '
,ng Foortlc Sec prix«* in the pro
Mn 8 B. 8lil waa anrpriaed by an
unexpected vtait from her brother M
" • Caodland, of Mount Pleasant.
Utah, on Wednesday cveutng. They
had not met in twcntv-aix years. Mr.
UdsTiouw * * M>l ' ' ' 8
preach iu the Baptist Church,
Bev. W. A. l'ipkins. of Colorado. >
'"'*1 Sunday morning. In the evening
Bev. M II. Squire will conduct the j
services; after which the ordinance of ;
, . ' . . ,,
will be admin stored A cor
i'*'" 1 * ,,VUa,,on ,# , ' XU • ,,,,W, 10 *"
The Union Pacific will give its reg
I tdar one fsre rates for round trip for
"|4thof July. Good for all point* on the
*"l'nion Pacific System within a radius!
of 300 miles of aelling (K>int. Selling
j dates July 3d and 4th. all tickets lim
ited for return July 5th, 1805.
J. A. Cot, lins, Agt, Blackfoot.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair highest Medal and Diploma.
( 8. G. Fisher and family will leave
for Lewiston, Sunday morning, and
on July 1st, Mr. Fisher will assume
charge of the Nez Perce reservation.
Their many friends in Blackfoot re
gret to see them leave, but are glad
to know that the change will lie to
their benefit financially. Mr. Fisher
thoroughly understands the Indian
and his ways and we predict that un
der his management reservation mat
ters will bo kept in good shnpe, and
tbu Indians fairly and justly dealt
There are many "sooners" in this
and adjoining counties who are wait
ing for the Ncz Perce reservation to
be opened in the expectation of ob
taining homos therein. To all such
wo would ssy that there is just as
good land lying outside of the roser
vallon open for settlement as there is
within the snored precincts of the re
serve itself. It seems to bo a law of
nature that the unattainable is always
the most deairahh and that liecatiael
vou cannot get a quarter-section of
land op the reservation you will take 1
uo other. Take onr advice and get
what is in sight. 1 G 0 over to the
Kooskia or Clear «reek regions and
get 160 acres of the best land in tbe
world, with wood, horse feed and
water on it, and no 'Indian neighbors
to bother you_'Orangeville Free
A Good Sale.
State Treasurer Bunting's sale of a
hundred thousand dollars of Asylum
und Normal school houds at u premium
of 8.6 per cent., or a fi act ion over a
i 3 per cent, basis, last week, bas given
good cheer throughout the State, and
the universal verdict is :
well sold. [
But there is another feauture in
wilb U rul8 of
M *' e *» ot tlj e greatest signili
cauce aod must be attended with
happy roan Its, and that is the ulti
malum laid down by Mr Bunting-and
accepted toy tbe purchasers, namely, |
that no provisions for psyment in
gold should las expressed in the face
of the bonds, but rather that they
should be paid in lawful money of
the country. In this Mr. Bunting
w ' ,n * 8 real victory for the state, and
victory gore to make assurance
doubly sure that the state's credit will
ni '"* * urti ' r while >«* b>» banda.
My car of McCormick
Mower* and Binders
have just strived.
g«t your choice, Cooper Wagons. Fish
Bpring Wagons, and a full line of
Come early and
Farm Implement« at W.
U. Trego's, BiackfooL
THE GLORIOUS FOURTH
Klackfmd Will Celebrate Most Enthusiastically and
PRIZES FOR DECLAMATIONS AND SPORTS.
NUmlc by the Pariil puring Pay, Pyrotechnic
Plaplay and Pall In the Eveni*)g«~Every
body Invited to Celebrate With li a.
Sunrise, Salute. 44 Guns.
10:30 Morning exercises at the Court House, consisting of Music hr the
Grove City Band, Songs, Competitive Declamations, Etc,
PRIZES FOR COMPETITIVE DECLAMATIONS:
Buys and Girls Under Twelve Years. First Prize »5 00, Secoud Prise 12 50.
" " " Over 12 and Under 16 Yrs.. First Priz- $5 .Second Prize »2.50
Selections of any boy or girl eom|>eting must be submitted to F. S.
Dietrich or G. F. Gagon, not later than Wednesday the 19th inst. for approval
PROGRAMME OF SPORTS AND PRIZES:
Foot Race, Roys Under 12, 50 Yards.
" '< « « 16, 100 « .
•* " For All, 100 Yards.
*• " Girls Under 16, 50 Yards.
Ladies Walking Race, 25 Yards.
" Bicycle Race, 300 Yards.
" One Fourth Mile, best 2 in 3 if 5 enter. 5.00
.? 2 00
Fat Mait's Race, (200 lbs.) 25 Yards
Old Man's Race.
Wheel barrow Race, 50 Yards
Sack Race, 25 Yards.
Tug of War, Married Men against Single Meu.
" Running High Jump.
., 1 00
Running, Hop, Step and Jump.
Race, Three Logged. 50 Yards, for Boys
Bun Race for Roys.
Putting Heavy Stone ....
Saddle Horse Race, One-Fourth Mile (Entrance Fee).
Trotting Race, (Entrance Fee)...
Running Race, 600 Yards (Knlrace Fee)... .
(ÎK AND DISPLAY OF KIRK WORKS AND BALL IN THE EVENING ;
The Grand Ball will be given under tbe auspices of thy «tovc City
Rt lh * Court f,0 « 8c
. 5 On
. 10 00 ;
. 10 00
A New Fruit Store Opened in Town.
I respectfully beg to Inform the
people of Blackfoot and vicinity that
I have opened a Fruit and Confection
ery Store in the building next door to
the flour milt, and will carry at all
times a full stock of Fruits, Vege
tables, Candies, Nuts. etc. I will be
pleased to receive a share of the pub- '
[ College, New York City, will be here j
Monday and expect to remain a few
days, stopping at the Blackfoot Hotel,
where be will be pleased to hsve those i
James E. Jarvis.
AN EXPERT OPTICIAN HERE.
People With Weak Eyes Should Not
Fail to Read This.
Dr. J. C. Lannerberg, eye specialist,
graduate of the Spencer Ophthalmic
who suffer from their eyes give him a
He makes no charge to deter
mine if vour eyesight may be improv- !
| ^ or hea(iat . be relteved by wearing
properly adjusted glasses, as he makes
a special study of eyesight, testing in |
all its branches and can assure a per- 1
feet collection whenever it exists, i
without the use of drops of any kind '
in tbe eye.
The doctor has instruments of the j
mont perfect m»ke and can examine;
every fibre of the inside of the eye |
and can tell in an instant after exam
ination if he can help you or not and !
will truthfully say so.
Office at the Blackfoot Hotel par- !
lor. Examination free.
Try our Japan tea at 25 cents per |
C. Bunting & Co.
For Style, Service, Fit or Finish.
Guaranteed Equal to anv §3 Shoe
To be found in the market Try a pair.
For sale by
C. BUNTING & COMPANY
BEN EE. S'ERNTSS,
MEDICINES, P FlUCS,
PAINTS <& . OILS,
TOILE T COOPS, ETC
Everythin« kept In a First Ah» Dm« Store.
ne-jir B-Vrtan s Hardware
_i serve everyone
RPMPMRTR "* bas more d ' D the building
L III L ITI Dull Store, where he will be pleased to t-ewaud
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY ( OJfPol NDED.
tun 1 PCI
STAPLE & FANCY
A full stock of every
thing in Grocery line.
Having come to the conclusion that
Blackfoot needed another stock of
j groceries, I have put in a full line of
staple and fancy groceries in quanti- '
ties large enough to fill large orders
and in ciuality the very best I in
tend to keep only the best goods and
will sell them at the very
1 thank the people of Blackfoot and
country tributary for their past pat
ronage and encouragement, and so
licit their patronage for this new
line, promising them that my prices
will conform to the times.
3D- J=3I m BIETHA1T.
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