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VOL. 13._
BLACKPOOL BINGHAM COUNTY,
IDAHO, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900.
NO. 45
HOME AND STATE ITEMS
Urne
or
I
Xke United Stale*court will begin at
t-uowtgH" lho l01h ol A i >rl1 -
gilt Lake'» pent hot»«« has twelve
of .mall poa consoling and com
another.
lortiog 0°«
Dr. Myer*
ill be hi* first visit to the capital
10
hU
for
will vltlt Bola« oast Wftek.
ll*
t»j
datable Kills, of Idaho Falls, has
made UJ "*ik tb« gang plank. Kl
«.rved his precinct many term*.
f'rvtumii county will lead In number
giiciri(»ics to the Democratic coot en
Jsll.
VV. Powell has sold hit ranch
wsr Arvo, 154 acres, for filOOU cash.
Bolt's sew store will be completed
real) for hts new slock neat week.
William Pjke, of Debols, ha* aocept
4 a position
rater, *l Rosa Fork.
Earnest GlllUpte will loave for Hod
gsrt, >1 DU Lana, neat week.
Register Tborne* has told hi* fine
of Cleveland bay* to a Hall Lake
i><«'
with C* K. Tbuto, po»i
f*ȕ
Or V*s Dawn.the new presiding elder
far Ik« Idaho district. Uatrantfcr from
IM Washington conference.
TV beat:- >1 snow of the winter fell
* Hawn. South Dakota, Tuesday and
Tsands) night.
Th« »Ute medical board meets In reg
qntiled) session at Uotse neat
au
In
as
1ST
rat.
i
»tfrrai deal of "forward and bark " j
u the Until b movements.
i* the Hntl.hBoer war dance then
!lv* K A. Duud expects to leave
aillHUj for i>gdcn, ober« »be will
■«it «life frisodt fur several weeks.
vten Keogh, a promineot cattleman
iHeiitttKisl), I« critically III with
(snaoc-.s In a hospital at «hfdeo
Asaedlstru t, have a.faed that troops
• tteiard there until all trouble, are j
;
' I
AWjI lift) It*ldtsl4 0 # tb* tVrur «!*•
Inti!) reded
Iks II* - rte .,1 ha* recently m»-S< Im
pWlWaal.
bt.aixhlo its architectural beaut)
TV lUi.mrj who M-ttlrd the Car or
ft IVt* k trouhlrs got a tl.WO.iKM Ire
*TVta. tb« kind o' folks to work fur."
on his fsidetifv which
-
TVsidow of the late tiro. W. Gov
te.of Soda Spring*, lea.'* one of lb*
tekvbof that town for trustee*
W prh ». made a frantic ru.h in
' tnarset yesterday. It »hot up
! treat* within a few miaute«.
fats W»tv>n, of Wewt Hide, esllad tee
10 tell us of a .on horn to hltn and
•dMhe first Uirn In the family.
t^Jkiy U S. Marshal Joe Plnkharo
stersl*. from Henry td»ke eountry,
Vsllke ho irs between trains In Black
W'fdne*,)
*y
ne**
»an s|l| ,-rer know who ilrock
^•Ij l*atte>r*on, hut It la easy to tell
*k«Ms Johnny 'Vllllams.
your
at
damp
y '' and Mr*, f. F.. Thura left for
Kork, Tuewlay afternoon,
kf.Th
where
urn .-x|»-cta to enter ujajn bl*
»* post trader.
from
»«**
H H Gsrletx and daughter ex
W In leave f„ r I'ortland next week
•W* they will spend the
Midland railroad will be the
** T *luable new rond that can lie
Wt 'lh the State.
«lierai hell.
BUrkfoot ha. bi-en entertaining at n
"Ptplsj concert this week The voice
« »inger is hoard al home and on
•**» Ureetv
lho
foot.
the
summer.
It will opaa up a
the
al
he
wa,
him.
we
Tine
Th,
congressional investigating oom
o arc looking aa ugly at one
, fr ** Hie rlotera In the bull |>en
r color...] soldier# guarding them.
■ I-ewl«, the freighter, la work
to revive the frolglitlng Inter
«en Ki.-u-liiim and Ouater eoun
e 'U*me
H c
!** h»rfi
Wslsuw
'» «lot-,.
h ^"»Uee Huston will deliver
''u!" 1 u the griiriuatlng ela»»
^ * nlvcrslty ) Jiinu 12lb. Ills sub
'"rh.-H,.|,„|» r |o Polltio*."
SUml
"Mow, of!
^/»cer# over the Gold Itepubllcan
" >r Govornor.
**terai- Klef«,
and
tho
rod, of 1'oe.atello, and A.
'#j cite, scorn to be the fxv
er la operating In the
Part of the county thl* week,
»aathev I
** , »MI« the
\v.
^ H'o
Wl,
n*
* good and be I» making
#un ahinos.
Kowh-*,
In
lii
expi e*» messenger on
l'i'andc from Salt Lake to
» day of tbo wuek with
ur In Blaekfoot.
«IH'nt
h.
*»>11,
to,,-' 4n '* ' ,| ' r 'he now line of men's,
cB i'* j" Ni
w »' lhe I- » 1 ,- store.
From
report* given from time to
Urne U U in* hard U) local* Mr. Borah'«
|*arty punition an It 1« to tell who »truck
Hilly Patterson.
elect
tion
Officers,
... , . „ , , care whetl '- j lt,i *
tool of politic* keep, thl* year ; of
or not. HU wordstethe politician are:
I H *ee you later.
Tht man who has turned his face
toward Cape Nome will not
ty of
Hall Lake Ice men have dk-lded to ! '' ount
advance the price of Ice, 1st of April ven
10 cent* ( 1 er 1U0 |wuud. over last year', I k"tes
price*. They sre .tsrting early. j
! it
! but
j
j
Attorney Ferguson of Pocatello, has
be«u appointed a spacial agent of the
luterlor department. It U reported j
hU work will be in the land division. | mors
W. A. Hample, of West Side, h „ ^
>*»« appointed horticultural Inspector ! ^
for this portion of the district. Tim T'
board made a good appointment. 1
Ihre« United States prisoners
temporarily confined In the Black fool !
Jsll. 'l'hey will be removed about the
loth of April.
an
: the
The National Democrat« will be suit- the
Isfied neat week with the election of a may
governor In Rhode I,laud and the elec- them.
lion of King in Utah.
Pocatello should do the graceful thing
nest Tuesday by electing the Demo
cratic ticket
That would be takvn as
au appreciation of the houor of making July
her the contention city.

;
the
1 pride
!
City,
have
f the
Bingham will be away up at the front
In the nuit Stale Democratic conven
tion Sizteen delegate* can swell the
chance« of a candidate when they vote ;
as a unit.
In a court of investigation In Ken-!
i lucky, when a number of parlies reach I tion
j for their tobacco in hip pockeu at the
same time, the crowd of attendants , that
ruah wildly for the door.
1
;
j The
. 1 ml
this spring. Some are going for mining eil
e* and many to speed the plow
will
the
Baker flly and Sumpter, Oregon,
sre getting a full share of immigrants
purpu
to f.cd the miner*.
Iter J. D Gillilan of the Methodist
church - PoO*tello.waa a gue.l ofR.-v Im
j pr " xn ' n """ *n.l
; Ministerial association to bo held at o(
' I 'or* Aiello in May «a» prepared b> lhe'
tbotc iiftmod ittitiiiUT» toil <»ik* Uyinm.
to _ Bn j ,t»o judge will only be In Black
The adjourned term of the district
court tei May lllh I* for one |-articular
No other case, will be looked lu
-■*»»•
of
j
( ly
i
All other ca*e» on
fool that one day.
the docket will go over to the October
term.
The mansger of the experiment *<a
tion at Moscow. Idaho, will send one
l-ound each of two choice varieties of
poUIOss to rancher* who desire to ex
iwrimonl with them and will rc|K>rl
T hose ordering
in
'
findings aud *uees
will send eight l'eut* for |*i*tai.e.
Hej> nude hi»
Steven«
office rwitn *nd boxes a. fresh a* a hall j
for a May p-ente. the rty. mu»^ y,
duaty gloom of the old (mint ha# dt*-,
, „„„I „ briehtne** and fresh- i
appeared and a brlghtne . a
ne** of »prlng greet >oua*)Ou r e
cheerful letter* from the old folg# ^
"til' I ,
your
at borne and Ihe morning |taper#
damp with the dow of the pre#«.
of buf*e ixill bcltveon , }1
an»l Fort HiHV
The game
Blaekfoot'* tewm
Thursday afternoon, wa* well played
from beginning to finish snd at the eloso
U»d 30 tol»inf»voroMllack
lavlsli Iu their
!
lie
n
on
lho soors *
foot. Our boy* an*
nraises of the Fort Hall people for their
eo.irteou« attention, shown them during
the day. They declare they were never
nicely any whore from (
a
treated more
home.
The order of the court closing the
stable# on the court hnu.e ground« and
keeping all »Unit from grazing the
gitmml* will be endorsed throughout
the county. The order wa# not aimed
al Sheriff Ulync, particularly, beeatt#«
he found those condition# existing
when he entered upon hi# duties and he
wa, doing as other* had done befrne
him. hut now that the order 1# made
we Imlieve It will bo the pride of
sheriff to beautify #»d Improve the
grounds with all mean*nt hi* command.
Tine News trust* the board of count)
will give tho matter of
-onsideratlon and will
for «rod*, vines,
needed to make
one
|>en
sub
eommlssluner#
Improvement t
appropriate money
and tree# a# may r
tho lawn a p*'* of beauty.
I »4*
A.
fxv
3,000
New Pattern#
WALL PAPEK,
Jiut Iieoelvod,
Woodrukf,
the
HULL à
pioneer Drug Store.
a polo and
morning: A laty
In tho
balt
lii the evening: A boy
on
to
with
tired, hungry and
j
.
showing th°
late
j" Ni
Tho Fair Store I»
lino of children»
brought to the city
and hahic#
complote
shoo# ever before
Primaries and County Convention*.
The two State conventions, one to
elect delegate* to the National
tion and the other to nominate State
Officers, coma unusually close together
lt,i * year. The one will be held the 5th
of June and the other the 17th of July,
This fart should obviate the necessl
west
quiring
this
to
North
has
low
ing
still
lamp
may
ties,
ticket
is
retuke
has
A.
nal,
his
"My
Balm,
lief
Balm
of
For
conv en*
ty of two sets of primaries and two
! '' ount y conventions. Oue county con
ven tloo can and should name the dele
I k"tes to the iwo conventions. If the
j chairman will make hit call to that end,
! it "ill not only insure a full vote at the
primaries ami the county convention,
! but It will Ijc a great saving of time aud
j exiien#« to voters and delegates,
j The delegations from this county will
the largest ever given tile county
before, 32 in all, 16 to each Stale
j ventlon, aud as the conventions are of
| mors than ordinary iuijiorlanre, a selee
^ ^ ^esenUtive men lo
! ^ , *'
T' the start for a good delegation bc
1 * l Ü,B " *"d be follow««! to
!
con
: the county convention. Bingham has
the right kind of men for the places and
may the voters act wisely aud select
them.
Pocatello Ike Convention City.
Pocatello has been unanimously
selected a* the joint convention city,
July I7lh, by Democrat#, Silver ILspuli

; licans and PopulUta. This honor paid
the Gate City, appeals to the local
1 pride of every good citizen. It is a com
! pllment to l»e proud of. The Capital
City, Hailey and other ton-ns would
have been flattered by the honor and
f the complimeut.
arise
liver.
H
liver
A
;
The duty of the citizens in recognt
I tion of the honor is a plain one. They
should entertain the conventions with
, that freedom and hospitality so charac
1 teriftlic of the town, and which has
; made It famous throughout the State,
j The conventions will be largely attend
1 ml and the numbers resent miv inn-
eil and tm num wrs ( ri ni ma} I . JN
tlally tax it» capacity of accommoda- ,,|
tion. but TUB News la-lieves the town ,« 0 ,
will tie equal to every demand aud that
the delegate-s will return to their homes
Im , ru lt „„ plcawd with the oourtesies
*n.l attention, shown them The top
at o( lhe n , orn | ng U ) the Gate City.
July
July
Arrested for Killmg Elk.
lu
Dvputy United Stab-» Marshal Pink
ham arrci-b-d Win. Courtney ami Jay
Whitman,of Henry's Laki>. on a charge
of killing dk in the National Park,
j Thoy an- in jail in Blaekfoot. It 1» like
( ly their raM.-* will be transferred to
i Wyoming.
Much complaint ha» come from that
IN
«
on
K
section of country for violation# of the
of game law# of the State, and \\ arden
ex- Arbucklc h## used hi# bust efforts lo
break up the Iwnds of In"breaker#, j
These *rrc#l# sre a» *n opening wedge
in the matter and other» may -soon fob
' low.
M.
\
hi»
To
j ^ SwtMmBn? although a
y, Republican organ, was uluwlutely I
dt*-, o( ,he proceeding* of
i * r ln ■ , ,
lho threo committee* in session In the
e iu , c , tJ . lMl wee k. But the States
^ generally aim# to be fair and ju#t.
I , ,, I_ (h,, 1,1-oeced
|„ one small P»rtleular inahe^proceed
Ing« wr« it in error, ami the eiror as ^
It flatod that the Deni
ed
, }1 natural one.
•atic ootutnittfto, because of the num
lM!r 0 f proxies present, was organized
lhe internal ofGovernorSteunen
lK , r g Thl# wa* not the dm*. No ln
dividual haJ a right of way in that coin
It was organized for
! M ' 1
of
m (ttee meeting.
p* l t y ,,ud all Individual right» went
over by mute consent, to the nominal
from ( n g convention at Pocatello. It is due
that wo give it credit
J
In
a
the
and
the
he
made
the
gested.
of Mn| I<ouUo Elchoff, a drossmaker of
will Puoate |jo, wu# accidentally drowned in
vines, tho i- 01 t„euf river, last Saturday even
make she Btrtl . lC il out to make a call on
the darkncHi walked in
Her remain# were found
The decoaaed was a
the Statesman
for IU fairness In it* report of the ac
tion of those who are arrnyed against
it In the politic# of the State.
Including the south with 120 elector
1,1 vote#, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, Nevada and Utah,
with 41 more; Kentucky, West Virginia
Dclewaru doubtful: It would need only
Ncw York and Indiana, as usual, to de
cide the election. Such a combination
Is not at î — ....
others, equally i>o#s!ble, might be sug
all out of the question: but
friends and In
to the river,
within an hour,
sister of Councilman Sander#.
Kx-Srnituir Sawyer, of Wisconsin, I#
of the dead thl# week.
on tho
Nolle* lo Stockholder*.
IhI meeting of the stockholder#
and
A spec ,,
and th „ Blaekfoot Irrlff«tloni Cjjmj«"»
j W |H be held In Blaekfoot on April 14th,
. OMNI Bv order of president,
J c. W. Berryman.
Blaekfoot, Idaho, March 2!Uh, UHK».
Four thousand immigrants passed
west through St. Paul Wednesday, re
quiring 300 cars to convey them. Of
this number 200 go to Washington, 500
to Manitoba and the remainder to
North Dakota. The Northern Pacific
has a party of about 1,000 to go to
Washington In April, and others to fol
low later. Cape Nome travel is gain
ing dally.
The Gold Republicans of the State,
still hold out the olive branch to Silver
Republicans and say : "As long as the
lamp holds out to burn the vilest sinner
may return."
The union agreed upon at the Boise
meeting, If carried out in all the coun
ties, will iusure the election of a union
ticket in every county of the state.
The latest heard from South Africa
is the Boers are advancing and hope to
retuke Bloemfontein. Gen'l Methuen
has been recalled.
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Jour
nal, Doyleatown, Ohio, suffered for a
number of years from rheumatism in
his right shoulder and side. He says:
"My right arm at times was entirely
useless. I tried Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, and »vas surprised to receive re
lief almost immediately. The Pain
Balm has been a constant companion
of mine ever since and it never fails."
For sale by Hull A Woodruff.
The worst after effects of influenza
arise from deranged functions of the
liver. Clear the blood at once with
H ERBIN E, for it will strengthen the
liver to withdraw from circulation the
biliurly poisons. Price 50 cents at Hull
A Woodruffs drug store.
i
Warrant Call.
RJOTIOB la hereby (riven that the following
. JN Brnirimm County Warrant* will be paid
,,| K)n presentatluii. If presented wiihin sixty
,« 0 , days from the date of this notice:
CURRENT EXPENSE FIND:
County Treasurer'» Offloo.
Blackfoot. Bintrliam <*«»., Idaho,
March Vth, WHO.
Nu m lx* red.
.... S>4
_ 245 to 250 Inc.
Rffrifilered.
July auh. IM«
July 15üi. law
GENERAL FUND :
Numliered.
.10 to 1» I ne.
D. H. Ill ETHAN,
Treasurer. Ringham County.
KfflMrrod.
Jmiunry 19tb, IMS.
SUMMONS.
to
IN THE lll^TRICT OOPHT OK THE FIFTH
« Judiiial District, Oounty of Rlugham.
Stale of Idaho.
William 8. Dalliba. Milton
K Y or no. JohnCutbirtii and
Aliikht A.ntikdel, trustee.
PluinUff;».
lo
j (c K „,, ]R . wuxiam
amended
Summons.
VA.
Amkhicax Hydraulic Placer
CORPORATION.
M. Tmoma#. John N. Thomas
John Fkasci# Smith,
Defendants.
\ H
The Statu of Idaho Sends Greeting :
To Ai
a
I Thom
of Smith defendants.
You are hereby summoned and required to
>ppc4r J Uon u^t against you by
s , H)Ve lmmpd p i»i„uir» In the District
court of the Fifth Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, In and for the Oounty of Blng
^ ^ thl . .here
as ^ w j thjn ten dar« (exclusive of tho day of
m»rvtoft) after the aervioeon you of thte sum
uions, if nerved within this county; or if serv
ed out of this county, but In this district*
within twenty days; or if served elsewhere,
Hydraulic Placer Company, a
Kifors. John 8.
orlci
corporation, Leonard C.
, William M. Thomas, John Francis
ln
for
within forty day#.
The sal-1 «cllon I* hrought to recover judg
ment »irnlnst détendant corporation forüin,
000.00 aud Interest thereon from July ISth.
DUB, and for the purpose of obtaining a decree
of foroi-loBure and sale for said sum and in
trom
due
leiest thereon »I #lx poroent per h
J uly tsih. PSC. due to the plaintiff#
the purchase prie,- of the pmiiorty de*cribe<l
In the complaint herein, under
of lhe term# of the deed sud eon! raet of pur
chase «et forth In lhe complaint, mid that the
amount remaining due ot the purchase price
may la- declared a first lien upon the prem
ises. That the right# of the plaintiff# and de
fendant# may l>e determined by thl# Honor
able Court and that they
according to their re«pcct1ve Interests
a receiver may la- appointed pending iltlga
That lho defendant* and all poraons
-nt to the deed
part of
of
in
on
in
a
ac
,1 by virt
only
de
sug
y havo judgment
That
Mon.
cl ui in ln« under them «ub*cq
tract of puruhMe. nmy be forever lmr
ana c<
red and foreclosed of all their rijflit In «nd to
the premise», and the plaintiffs may have
Judgment for any dellolency remaining after
the »ale of the promise». •
in the complaint her
made apart hereof, and aim» that a certain
mort mote for f75.000.U0 and chattel inortm»m'
for Ihren thousand dollar» executed by «ah
corporation In favor o! »aid Smith bo decreed
to be void and fraudulent.
And you are hereby notified that if 3
to apiwar ami answer the »aid complaint a»
above required, lhe »aid plaintiff» will apply
of Sixty Thousand
but
s more fully up
vith served and
l*V
fail
I#
•nt for tin»
for Judjf
(^uo, 000.00» and interest a» aforesaid, against
decree of fore
defendant eorporatkm and
closure and sale of the pw-uiiaes, an-1 also a
decree that said mortgages in favor of aatd
8mlth are void.
Witness uiy hand and the
trict Court of the Firth Judicial District of
the Stale of Idaho, in and for the
(SEAL) County of Bingham, this 14th day of
September, 1 n00.
eal of the Dls
14th,
UEO F. GAGDN. ( Irrt
N It. OuAita, M. K. YotJHO anh S- J. Rich.
Attorney# fur Plaintiffs.
Amended l>y louve of Court. March Ztth. li*W
CtEi). V'. H aoon, Clerk.
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BUY YOUR
GROCERIES AT
THE GROVE CITY GROCERY.
PRICES AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
G. H. HOLBROOK. PR0PIET0R.
«-V
♦v
m
HULL & WOODRUFF,
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
- Is the Place to Buy Your -
i
4- pure Drugs, 4
gdf
STATIONERY, BOOKS, ETC.
CONFECTIONERY, ClGARS,
and toIlet ARTICLES.
IDAHO.
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Ladies' Wool Waists,
Ladies' Wrappers,
Boys' Overcoats,
Children's Coats and
a,«. Dresses, Ladies' Skirts,
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