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VOL. 13-_
blaokf oot, bingham county,
IDAHO, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1900.
NO. 44
jjOME AND STATE ITEMS
At
held
the
lo»r
place,
number of Idahoon* will be
t nd Salt Lake today to hear
was
placed
Altnr«
ugd»n
yjr |qU

the Oregon Short Line
n»e. Kacb train of
Travel on
^ it .Imply I
|. na , bri I» crowded. Coming
crowded.
has
and
ped
U)
^ n |s not so
Wood River eouulry ta looking
boom iu it* mining projects
dally.
The
lor, great
I.iodsay, clerk in the state land
nt. Hols«, conducted the aale
w
has
now

Kalla,
the
ed
at
been
(
In
are
Icwl
ever
water
Pjaitiu-
g wb«jl lands at the court house last
Jadf* Rieh has Instructed the clerk
g Bannock couuty u> draw a grand
pn lor district court which opcu» at
Pvtatriio, April Will.
Omble train w-rvloe la said to he
rt^uied ou the Short Line running
Iron Pocatello next month.
tins* bushol are giving their Brat
M roof spring to the lot nr of Bower*
g tb* Capital City
W t- l'oung baa accepted a position
uo the Short Line railway
nnrvsyor
• lb keadqaaitors at Pocatullo.
gjOt Sunday, March Itlk, to Mr.
ia4Hr* John l II. WaUon. of West
yM. * Impound girl,
yj,lor Smith, of The Mall, It visiting
Srvl. la Mi*».jN and Arkansas
Sr». I' A Wattier, all« of the lat«
Ape! Warner, ha* bweo elected to a
p*um tu tc*. h In the Sail U«s pub
kokaois.
Maas« C. Robert* and Klleo I*r leh
rt both ul Shelley, wore l»»ucd a mar
MgvUern*. by CIcrk Oaguo, Monday.
iuiw city is arranging to entertain
a* Umwvr»'. • Nallofial Convention
i gate «ill tw provided fur fluo active
■rttfapw men
*»*■«
at
Mi**
Srolt
Hav,
Hour it basking In the same delight
k wasblne which make* glad the
-
i Ml«*
Ion* of til lllackfool
i CM. Fifgr,, is numbered among the
Ikar.in «h.- »re going to Cape Nome
S- »UI le*,e Hoiw in the early days
<*r
I M.
the
{(Hit
stMIcr t> ihuls left for Ogden Ibis. <d
Niy, aftvrno-n Hr will apeak with { B I
la.William J Bryan, at that city,
tomatag
Line blo.fc.ms are ready to break
Ir.s * slither beauty and fragrance
h fluitr.
So Father Yandrr Donekt, of i'o
■Hi a »« * tisltor iu the Grove City.
Tlwwtsy
first

"M
»# Lledtay, formerly of Hlaekfoot,
la recently
day
up
ln
by
acreptm| a position as i
(might agent for th« I). A R
^ 8 j la Oregon and WaahlngUm.
Tbs pmsprrvKi* men of the country
iilb* Montana legislator* who voted
krvastor Clark.
! r i«. Slennenherg ha* wrltum friand*
would 1 » *t home within a few
hf* bat |t ts-gins to look a» if the
pswoor bmd a imrt of a »omroer job on
L tsa,t,
the
and
the
*d *00 n Dailey, of Milford. t*Uh,
■ewisrf ]j CÄr a f yheep at Black
|ht Watarsday
I®*« I*

• If
He will llk"ly drive
* manner rangn io Kromont
IV
<*>. M W
in
al*on returned home fr«>m
Uah,
founly Friday morning. Ho
J «Oiploycd in mining c«in|>«
bibhooivillo for tbn p»»l three
^»odh
k
»» ' aru.-il »ati,factory wage*.
hfhl. from
Governor
!b irbower f*
bis last winter's sick
|,a» made It* Inroad on
physio
kck
»t
r,
no and ho I» the picture
I
. Ho want* ihr Democratic nom
y "I i'BVention and promises all the
(ij. * >nU 'l aecommodatlons needed
■ ***001 of I, union of the bl-iucUlllc
»•X
key,
X
A b:bool
»»Veil
LINl
if-aclirr In a nearby town
-J his pupils thndefinition
Imagine his sur
•ma of tlia yoiingstsr*
!t 1» a doctor going after
«Ul,
"«ul drydock.
*h#n
*•«
"•»»Mvi;
*<8ok.»
Uwt
lb-twnen Black foot and More
. ^»turday. a black fur cape.
""I-" W||| ; *
Rid,.
^Und
• i**t
rewarded If same I»
* Ht the now line of men'*.
JJ' «Itlldrrn'a spring caps just
11 ihr Fair st
v
00'
bed
fi **
i»ro.
S«'lil* U, * r n "' p *'' ,, ff *'f the Masonic
$b, nl4> * 1 s * ,llr dny evening, Dr. D'Orr
lh,|, y. w ** *'' v »nced to tho third de
' »»onry. Avery nice Innclicon
* ,r *«d h.
•08*5
fc, r ,, visitor* and moraber*
»meting R t u , 0 Morrison
ID
load
Brow
"l Alfalfa seed for sale nt
0 * »lore.
™. G.
n* 1
At a mas* meeting of Republican,
held at Idaho Kail*, Thursday evening,
the 23d ln»t. for tbe purpose of discuss
lo»r the coming city elo<'tlon
place, resolution.
at that
were adopted, and it
was decided that no ticket should be
placed in the field.
To
The Natural Mineral W
ater company
has again started lu bottling works
and i* turning out about 40UU bottles
Ou Tuesday the company ship
ped two carloads of Idanba water-one
U) Hutte and the other to Idaho points.
—Chieftain.
Siale
of
July
gates
held
tello
of
dally.
w C. Kills, constable of Idaho Kails,
has been iudirted by the grand jury,
now to session at lllackfool,
charge of battery. It is recited iu tbe
indictment that tbe violence was done
1° J. W. Sbutt. a resident of Idaho
Kalla, on March 3d
the Impeachment of Mr. Kills for
erpllug Illegal fees for services render
ed the county was heard by the court
at this term but as yet no decisiou has
been rendered In (he matter.
( ballIs Mssseexer
In this issue will be found
wherein 276defendants and 15 plaintiffs
are involved iu a water case on Big
Icwl river, and probably contains more
defendant* than any similar
ever issued in the state, The case is
brought In thedisliicl court of Custer
county to establish the twiority of
water right« of Big Lost river and
James creek. The water fight has
ctnnmenced and there I* no telling
where It will end. Tbe case involve,
nearly every person In that valley.
upon a
A complaint for
;i<
a summon*
in
bre
been
ton.
summons
The teachers of the Hlngham county
*»*■« 1*1 ion held an interesting session
at the Hlackfuot house last Saturday.
Mi** Radley, presided and Miss May
Srolt acted a* secretary. The teachers
present who took part in the program
were;
Hate., Hill, Rlngold and Prof. C. O.
Edward», Idaho Fall»; Mi mm* Tanner,
Mimt« Kelleher, liatndrick.
I half
I to
Hav, lyolt'.e and Herlha Scott, Say er,
r>o*»a. Glllespt#, Wright and Mm
- stone *tul Prof. Johotoo, Black foot; -
i Ml«* Marlin. Basalt; MBs Swain and
the
In speaking of
I M. D. Andru*. Presto,
the new text book* now In use through
{(Hit our state, many of the teacher* ex
presse -I themselves as tielng Well pleas
In the cvi-nlng the
the
but
<d with
{ B I ark loot teachers entertained and
served refreshments to their visiting
friend* at the homo of Mr*. W. C.
them.
Johnson.
Otslrtct Coert Proceeding»
At the rqn-nlng hour Monday the
first bo si no»* •»< the calling of the
grand jury and tho chaige to it. Tbe
■ barge appear* on another page of to
Tbe rest of the dsy and
day '* N KW».
up to Thursdsy afternoon »»i taken up
ln Ih« trial of Raum for tho killing of
.Sinclair at Victor, laal Christmas. Tho
county attorney •»< ably nj.»l»lcd by
of Dietrich, Chalmers and
Steven* and tho defense wo* eouducted
by Clark, Holden and Briggs.
firm conducted their case well
i
the firm
This
fOOPg
and wc may add ably for the experience
the members have hsd In such case*.
The production of the evidence and the
argument* of tho counsel In thl, mur
and the
der trial consumed firednys
submitted to the i«0' Thurs
Within an hour a vlr
w»s rendered by
ciifl wm
day afternoon,
diet of ''not guilty"
From the demonstration» of
tho jury.
the feeling» nf th«*e onngrogaled in the
court room. It api>eared that»uoh a ver
dict vu In accordance with the private
wl*he* of many present.
Court will probably adjourn thl*. Sav
of
urday, evening.
18 ,bo Pstats«» of IU VsrlMlM
I'oRTt.AND. March 15 -R. C. Judson.
of the O. R. & N- 00®"
pany, today shipped to the
poritnonlal farm near Walla Walla.
113 distinct varioMo. of iw.tntoo» wlth
which to make Wat* regarding yield
and quality. The potato* were grown
»t Moscow. Idaho, by l'rol. I' °"
the University of Idaho expriment
farm. _
70tb *as..l C»sl.r.se. Latter Day W«lM
Salt Ie.ko.UUh, April;lth ; 7th-<mh.
Tickets on sale April 4th to > .
slve limit returning April I«th. *«•
r, oui MMkfM •» w forth« rouii.nIU'
paint* ready mixed
for tho Brush.
WHITE LEAD, OIL,
Turpentine, Brushes,
Colors, Putty am< Ola»».
HULL- A WOODKOrr,
Industrial agent
»•X

Is showing the most
and bailles
The Fair Store
00 m pie to Hno «»f chiUli'cn «
shoos ever before brought to the lt>
If you wiint a
nny »V CO.| I lift ho
hmiih, Ulaekfo<A.
•He Lind
O.
Farm Loan wi
Falls, or »re
nt
STATE CONVENTIONS
die
Sold
To be Held at Lewiston and
Pocatello.
JUNE 2 AND JULY IT THE TIME
Siale Committee, Moot at Boito and Harmon
louily Agroo upon Union ol Forces.
Bingham', Ropre,«ntation at
Pocatello will bo 16.
Imperial io Blackvoot Haw,.]
BOISE, Ida., March 22.—The union
of Democrats, Silver Republicans and
I'opulists was agreed upon today and
Pocatello was selected as the place and
July 17th as the lime for the union con
vention.
force,. The convention to name dele
gates to the national convention will be
held at I«-wii-lon, June 2d. The best of
feeling prevailed in all the uniou
forces.
Klug ham's representation at Poca
tello convention will be 16. Statesman
of this morning credits tbe union
meeting yesterday as being perfectly
harmonious and nothing like it ever
witnessed in the city.
that
a
help
Thl* means victory for union
nal,
hi,
lief
of
For
Laltvi Ntw, Briefly Told.
Kditor J. D. Flenner, of the Boise
i'apital, is making campaign sjieeches
in Utah in behalf of the Democrats.
Red Lodge, Montaua, had a $200,000
bre last Tuesday.
A very rieh gold discovery has just
been made 15 miles from Leadville, Col.
Aosays show a* high as 44 ounces to
ton.
N
<001
Edwin G. Davis, Idaho's cadet at
West Point Military academy, will
graduate io June.
Chief e)o*c|>h and party of the Nez
Peroe retervation, have *:one to Waah
lnirto0 ^ loU . rri , w the President In be
He wants them
half of bi, tribesmen.
to hold land in severalty.
Mias French, *Utc en^rlntendent of
«hool» ha» returned from Colorado
Spring». While there she inspected
the school for deal and bliud in which
Idaho ba, wiveral pupils.
On account of the absence of Chair
man Sherman, of the Indian committee,
the Fort Hall reservation bill was not
called up a« was expected lost Monday,
but will probably be called April 2 d.
O. Broxton has resigned a* deputy
»late treasurer and has taken charge of
the Pocatello Advance. Ben Gray of
Hailey has been appointed deputy to
lake bi* place.
Fifty |>er»ons were poisoned at
church dinner In Sycamore, Illinois,
Physicians and experts
a
Wednesday.
. unable to ascertain the cause of tl e
are
wholesale and violent sickness.
Governor General Davia of Puerto
Rico re (sir I* Increased distress in the
island and calls for relief supplies,
which will be »ent.
A passenger, whose namo is yet un
known. jumped through a coach wludow
last night a short time after the train
left Shoshone, and was killed.—Mount
alnhome Bulletin.
Caldwell. Idaho, 1» going to have a
wixilen mill and expect* to lmve It in
•ution in about four month* and will
opet
handle 300,000 pounds of wool each
year.
Colonel Clisllico of the army corps
»ailed for
Wednesday in order to make necessary
arrangement* for tho accommodation
of General Cronje and other banished
Boers.
he island of St. Helena
write, from New
Arthur J. Davl«
York to C. E. Arnoy Hint he hat. pawed
thecxmlnatlon for admission to Wort
Mr. Davis i, from the south
Point.
eastern part of the »Ute and was ap
polnted by Congressman Wilson. His
friends will be pleased to learn of
many
his success.*— öolae SlhIcmuiko.
I)r vv. W. Watkins, of Moscow has
-elved his commission as one ol tho
tho Annapolis naval acrid
ret
visitors to
-, Tills appointment is an liouorary
Koch
amy . .
one, with no salary attached,
year the president appoints 12 men from
different parts of the United States to
single visit to the Anapolls
of office is for
to tnako a
academy, »«>' tho term
one year.
300 Rolls
Now Patterns
WALL PAPER,
Just Received,
Hull a Woodruff,
Pioneer Drug Store.
Monoy to Loan
■ farm* In Bingham conn
? Mïnïi nni year, made up
tv ' . . Apply personally, or
', r JNO W JONES, JR.,
rl i10 10 Uluckfoot, Idaho.
on
Ha Fooled the Sar|aoo,.
All doctor, told Renick Hamilton, of
Weat Jefferson, O., after suffering 18
month, from Rectal Fistula, he would
die unie,, a costly operation was per
formed; but he cured himself with five
boxes of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, the
surest pile cut e on earth, and the best
salve in the world. 25 cents a box.
Sold by Hull tc Woodruff, druggibts.
Nothing Like It.
You should remember that no other
medicine Is like Shiloh's Consumption
Cure in any res|>ect. If other remedies
have failed to relieve your cough or cold
that is all tlie more reason why you
should try Shiloh's. Always sold under
a positive guarantee. If it docs not
help you, the druggist must give back
your money,
bottle.
25c, 50c and $1.00 a
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Jour
nal, Doylestown, Ohio, suffered for a
number of years from rheumatism in
hi, right shoulder and side. He says:
"My right arm at times was entirely
useless. I tried Chamberlain's Pain
Halm, and was surprised to receive re
lief almost immediately.
Halm has been a constant companion
of mine ever since and it ne\er fails."
For sale by Hull & Woodruff.
The Pain
Warrant Call.
County Tr«*aaurrr> Office,
Ulurkfoot. Ilinjrhatn Co., Idaho,
March «th, 19 U 0 .
N OTICE 1* hereby given that the following
lilnglintu County Warrants will Ik* paid
ui*<m presentation, if presented wiihm sixty
<001 days from the date of this notice:
CURRENT EXPENSE FUND:
Numbered.
Registered.
July 30th, 1090
July 15tb, l«v
r >4
245 to 250 Inc.
GENERAL FUND :
Numbered.
..10 to 10 Inc.
D. H. BIETHAN,
Treasurer. Hlngham County
Real Me red.
January 10lh, 1H05.
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS.
OyV MottoJ
Wthe
F.ST jS T HF^HE^PgST.
Srt^LTgs^Lffcrnc anTjjTimojhy^e
\\Vc Qc buyers of Wheat.iQats ^b^ r
ley. f^.jPotato^. Oniony Eg^s, Ac. '?A}1
inquinry fhccrluljy answered. ft §
\Vt; *is^jobber£^>f Dnêd Fruit?
Honcfv Çtrlii. Twine, Egg Cages, Filler s
an 1 ,;i ►, • ] • • il'iv M ; ncin.l^ÆT
VwC./H î murthwaite Produce Co.
OtiDEN. UTAH.
«OVW.VAV(,ViWA.YiWlfoV..VV.sVnVr>^
I^TYLISH, RELIABLE!
ARTISTIC
Itecom mends* by Leading
Dressmakers. $ R
They Always Please.
e
M-CALL/TTEk
fimroisw
NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE
■r» »old in nurly
th« United State«
ItMp them «end
■ tamp« received
tflTTheac pattem»
•eery city and town in
If ynur dealer doe«
One
dir
ur neareat point
Addr
THE McCALL COMPANY,
lists ISBW 141k Sir»»!. Nsit Tort
nnssrn orrirs, :
■ 8« Fifth Avc., Chlcsoo, and
io,i Market St., Saa Francisco.
a
MS CALL'S]
MAGAZINE
I
Brlgbtsst Malaiin* Publliht*
Contain» Beautiful Colored Plate»,
llluttrate» Late*t Pattern», Faah
Ion». Fancy Work.
Ar*mia wanted »o» iht» mtftlne In «Twry
locality. B««utiful premium« for ■ lull»
«rork. Writ* for l*n»i and oth«r partie
«lar». §ub»crU>|lon only 50c. par yaar, ;
ï tacluding a FREE Pau»ra. ;
Aêdrwm THE McCALL CO.,
I J§ to 146 W. 14th St.. New York »
of
PROMIT AND RELIABLE
Mmlefor One,
Tiro ,• Three,
or Pire Year*.
PAYMENT CAN HE MADE HRFUKB
MATURITY.
to
for
Call On or If rlte If*, If You
Haut a Loan.
LINDSAY & CO
J
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO.
Or See—
O. F. SMITH,
Black foot, Idaho.
Persons who lend a life of exposure
subject to rheumatism, neuralgia
are
and lumbago, will find a valuable rein
up- edy In Ballard's Snow Uniment; it will
or banish pains and subdue inflammation.
Price 25 and 60 cents at Hull & Wood
ruff's drug storo,
w.
v_ Y _3T
BUY YOUR
GROCERIES AT
THE GROVE CITY GROCERY.
PRICES AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
G. H. HOLBROOK. PR0PIET0R.
ÄT
X
X
w
HÜLL & WOODRUFF,
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
- Is the Place to Buy Youi -
arc Drugs, +
*
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
W^-XdXu PAPEE,
CONFECTIONEHV, ClGAXS,
AND TOILET ARTICLES.
IDAHO.
B LAGKFOOT,
1 TUMBLE!
TUMBLE! I
- S
ÎÎ
II
?!
in
1
I DOWN
«
THEY
GO! a
+ 1
8
jK Ladies Coats and Capes,
Ladies' Warm Slippers,
Ladies' Wool Waists
Ladies' Wrappers,
Boys' Overcoats,
Children's Coats and
Dresses, Ladies' Skirts,
Misses Skirts, Etc., Etc.
1
8
+
I!
ioffl
t
8
ft
8
ft:
!
8 A BIG
REDUCTION 8
IN: 8
11
Men's and Youths'
Boys' Clothin
Overcoats, Ladies' Fascinators, Mits,
Gloves and Dress Goods.
er
8
+*
A*
I'm Going to Sell a o t of Winter Goods |
at a Big Sacrifice.
Ç.
Ü
Dont loriot that to save money
buy your Groceries at the Cheap
Grocery House ....
ID. TZ. BIETHÜIT'S.
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