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VOL. 14.
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JUNE 23.1900.
NO. 5
T
TEST DOMESTIC NEWS
There I« no disguising the feet, the
TEST DOMESTIC NEWS
Collected for Your Information
from Town, County and State.
K The Baptist Sunday school Is enjoy
ing its annual picnic today, Friday.
E Pocatello is advertising a mammoth
Pourth of July celebration.
I Nobody baa offered a guess that It
pill snow this week.
■ Senator Shoup has been re-elected
■ational Committeeman for Idaho.
■ Bryan, West Side, will celebrate the
Pourth.
E Mr. and Mm. C. E. Thura were up
pom Ross Fork a few days of the week.
I Messrs Barnhart and LaFever have
klurned from the East where they sold
■heir bands of horse*.
I The Grove City band has reorganised
■filth Hobt. Osborn as leader. Five new
■nembers were admitted.
I Utah's dry farms are suffering great
By for want of rain.
I Mrs. John G. Willis left for her home
Htt Dillon, Montana, Wednesday.
I State Chairman Jacobs of the Popu
list party, weul north Thursday morn
ing to Fremont county.
Prof. Eugene Thom peon and family
Mine down from Butte Friday morning.
: Barry Hillard sold hi* mining prop
irty In Shoshone county this week for
M.oou.ouo.
Salt Lake paper* report the weather
I» oppressively hot la the city, the hot
test for year«.
Reports come from Frcinoot county
Ethat its Pocatello delegation will not
hrotc- as a unit.
Mr*. Shuoick. of Idaho Falls, has
[rented the Idaho House and will open
[it to the public first of the approaching
[week.
j Francia Murphy, the great tem|»cr
lani-e worker, is holding oighly meet
nogs in Hutte. At l«*l night's meeting.
I)AO signed the pledge.
■ Enumerator Johnson has completed
ibis work in Itaaali precinct aud coun
[try around lilackfuot, aud is now en
gaged in the town.
j Arthur J. Davis. ( k.ngro»*raan Edgar
[Wilson '» appointee to We« Point, ps»*.
«•d a successful examination aud has
[been admitted.
Mr«. Higson, of Pocatello, and Mra.
[Jtaddon and Mi»« Evans of Park Ci ly,
[Utah, are guest« of Mr*. Helea E. Hull,
[this week.
Raymond Givens and bis friend Geo.
[Klever, of Salt Lake City, have gone
rover to Antelope to give a course of in
I struct Ion to the schools of trout.
I Mi** Sayers who hat been teaching at
Eilouston, passed through Blackfoot this
[week enroule to Colorado. She expect*
Ko be re-engagod for the school at Hous
flon.
| The Baptist Sunday school will send
[Dr. Mingus, Mrs.S. hi. Holbrook, C. H.
[Way, W. E, Smith nod Mrs. H. I'.
Smith, delegatus to the Sunday school
slate coovenlion at Pocatello next week.
Ex-Governor Buna entertained Sena
tor Shoup and friends most royally at
his home in Philadelphia The ex
governor was governor of Idaho in ter
ritorial days.
An overland train of immigrants, 12
families, passed through Blackfoot
Wednesday, unroule to Kendricks,
North Idaho. They were from Ne
braska.
The county commissioners will meet
as a Hoard of Equalisation. July 9th.
If you have a kick ou ansessmaaû kick
then, or henceforth and forever hold
your peace touching assessments of
this year.
Wednesday and Thursday were the
warmest days of the season, Wednes
day at noon the mareury stood In the
shade at 101, and Thursday at 102. Home
people enjoyed them as much as a May
day picnic.
The Method!*! Sunday aehool gave
Its annual picnic Tuesday. Over 800
attended. Officer», teachers, pupils and
friends had a groat time. It was a
splendid day and everybody enjoyed its
contributions to the outing.
Blackfoot will not celebrate the
Fourth with the eclat and enthusiasm
of other years. It is none the leas pat
riotic, but, for once, it giving way to
neighboring towns that want to show
their patriotism.
There Is but one good formula for
making Ice Cream. We have that
formula and know how to serve an Ice
Cream Soda that tastes like more. Pal
ace drug store.
Palace drug atoro for Flags of fill sixes
nnd fireworks of all kinds.
There I« no disguising the feet, the
Silver Republicans of the Stete here
been g reell y encouraged within the
few week» peet, end ere now taking
greet comfort to themselves over the
prospects of e full end enthusiastic con
vention et Pocatello.
Indien Inspector W. J. McConnell
we» ln Bleckfoot between train» Wed
neadey. The Inspector 1* not out of
politic»; had rather be out of the In
dien »ervice then ont of politic», end
hence may be in the campaign till* Hum
mer. It la »aid he hea coogre»»ionel
eaplratlona.
A number of private letter« have
been received from Blackfoot'» contin
gent of Cape Nomer». Their »teenier,
the Senator, encountered consider
able floating loo and had put In Dutch
Harbor for a few daya. They expect to
reach the field« of gold about the 24lb
or 25th of the month.
The following 1a the ticket of dele
gate* elected by 67 vote» at the Dlnck
foot primary, to the eouuty convention,
Thursday, June 28th :
J. W. Jonea,
Watt Plercy,
P. E. DeKay,
Tom Morrison, Tod Howard.
Mr». H. C. Dippel, Mr«. C. B. Wheeler.
Bingham county was the first in the
state to put Itself on record for a union
of ell the reform forces at the slate con
vention. Today it I» in sight of victory.
To make victory sure It should »end its
strongest delegation to Pocatello, one
that can snatch victory from defeat if
defeat threatens.
Mrs. Blanche Jone« entertained at
cards Friday afternoon In honor of her
friend and former school mate, Mrs.
Straub, of Pittsburg. Pa. Her home
was rich lo it» decorations of rose».
Elegant refreshments were «erred. In
vitation- were extended lo twenty-two
aud Ml«s Jonas *». pleased, in this way,
to Introduce her frieud who is visiting
in Blackfoot.
lo
of
to
J. I. Stewart,
L. M. Cap (ta,
W. H. Stuffiebeam.
The letter of Hon. Rotiert Anderson
In another column of today*« NKWH
ha« the ring of the pure metat. The
union to b<* proponed at Pocatello will ,
not be on every principle and policy ad
voeaUwl by partie* forming the union;
thiai will not be nece*»ary, but on a plat-
form built of materia)« of the Kanaas
City platform, and upon which all can
•land aud work iti harmony. lUuh par-
ty will fill lu allotment of office* with
the beat men at it* command. This la
expected and (flirty pride will demand it
Spacial Salts.
Woodmen of the World convention,
Idaho Falls, June 20-23. One and fifth
fare, certificate plan.
Idaho State Republican convention,
Boise, Idaho. Open rate of one fare for
the round trip. Tickets on sale July
16th. Return limit July 2Uth.
Fourth of July rat«» are one fare for
the round trip. Tickets will be »old
July 3d to 4th; limited returning July
Sth. to all stations within a distance of
300 miles of selling point.
I
■ingktai's Dsltgtls to Philadelphia.
Bingham county has a delegate to the
Republican National convention at
Philadelphia. It Is nol generally known
hut it has, and he Is not with tha State
delegation.
W. D. Grant, of Shelley, who has for
a year and more been acting deputy
marshal for Alaska, has the honor of
representing that territory at Phila
delphia. Ho was seated without a con
test and when he returns to this county
about tho 1st of July he will tell us how
it all happened.
Thfi tfirtaklar Iprtaktoth.
The sprinkler sprtnkleth,
And the dust Ilea low;
And everybody say» Il 1» a wonderful
improvement wherever you go.
The aprtnkler »prink Irth,
And the dust lies low;
And the ladies can now go »hopping
when the winde do blow.
The sprinkler eprinkleth.
And the dust lies low;
And the politician is no longer driven
from thu street corner while tclliug it
la so a-n-d s-o.
The sprinkler sprlnkleth.
And the dust lies low;
And the street loafer is happy and
shouts: Whoop du-da doodle, and
doodle doodle doo !
The News la Informed that Loan
companies doing business lo the county
have refused to pay license and thut the
county attorney will Institute proceed
ings to force payment of the same.
A gentleman who recently departed
for Chicago, writes ; "If I only had ono
of your delicious Ice Cream Sodas." It
can't, be they make them any whare
any botter. I'alucu drug storo.
Mrs. John Montgomery is visiting in
Portland, Oregon's groat city.
Mrs. H. J. Osborn la spending the
week with friends in Anaconda and
Butte.
Mrs. Watt Plercy is summering in
Indiana.
Mrs. Fred T. Dubois is with relatives
lo South Dakota.
Mrs. H. W. Kiefer is at the bedside
of her mother, who is seriously 111 at
Park City.
Mrs. Geo. B. Rogers Is at the Capital
City with her daughter Mrs. Frawley.
Mrs. Pete John«on has gone to Iowa
to he away most of the summer.
Mi»« Rebecca Wright is »till visiting
with frieud» in Ogden.
Will Montgomery is spending a vaca
tion In Oregon and California.
Miss Clayton is in Zion by the great
lake.
Miss Libby Morrison is spending a
few weeks in Kansas City.
Miss Belle Beane is at Goshen, In
diana,
Mrs. Chalmers is visiting in Fremont
county.
Mrs. L. R. Thomas left Thursday af
ternoon for ltexburg to be absent many
weeks.
A Cricks! Bear«.
An exciting report was brought to
town a few days ago that an army of
cricket*, the number thereof no man
living could count, was advancing from
the desert and was approaching the
ranches on the West Side, below
Thomas and Riverside.
t'ari-ful enquiry developed the fact
(hat the army is approaching but the
ranchers are not looking for the destruc
tion of crop« and pastures a« first fear
ed. The cricket» are of the same kind
a» Infest the fuma* Prairie country be
yond Wood river.
Annual Closing Exorcisât.
The following program of closing ex-
ercise* of Fort Hall Itidlau Industrial
/
[Training School will be rendered next
Friday, June 29th. 1900:
MORNING :
W:J0 Awarding of Pr lau*«.
AFTERNOON :
5:»-l)r»*ss Parade.
EVENING :
7I.ltsrury Excrviac*.
iKmg....
Invocation .
Sch.kol.
H. Locke.
Kindergarten Exercise».
Drill ...
Cantata
. live o'clock Tea.
School Festival.
instrumental Duet.
Flag Kxcret»*.
Clarinet Solo.
Song
... School.
Usais Fram tha Fart Nall Indian Agency.
At the recent school olcotlon H. W. Kv
vro* clcctd for n term of one year sud P. J.
Johnson for n term of three year*.
(V>n*u* Enumerator* Godwin. Tlinssnleo,
lavatta mil Kran* h»ce atuut finished thclr
enumeration of the Indian*.
Ml** l.lule and Master Willie Reeder are ex
I •octet home from logan, I'tah. where they
hare attended school for the past year.
M,<**r* lx-vl Levering and Pbliiip Lsrstu.
of the Port 11*11 school were visitor* to the
Agency last week. They returned Saturday.
C. 8. Indian Inspector Win. J. MctVmnell
I* at the Agency
probably remain some lime.
Parmer Kd Lavatta bo* been quite Indts
l«>*cd for *ome time, but we arc glad to note
that he U
Mis* Bessie Kldred, of Boise, Idaho, will
spend a part of the summer with Mis* Sue
«errett at the Episcopal Mission. Ml** Bessie
It musical and Is quite an acquisition to our
little circle.
Mrs. H. W. Evan* and children are visiting
friends and relatives at Anaconda. Montana.
They will be absent until about the first of
July, In the meantime Henry Is keeping bach
elor's hall.
Mis* Sara It. Martin ha* been selected as
teacher of our school for the ensuing year.
Mew desk* will be purchased and the school
room made comfortable in every way for both
teaoher and pupils.
Mr. and Mrs.C. K. Thum have gone to house
keeping In n building he bought with the
traders storo, stock, etc. Ho has had It re
furnished and papered, and they are neatly
and comfortably fixed.
The Indians, through Agent I'sldwell, con
tinue to dispose of number* of their surplus
ponies at fair prices. They sold something
like five ear loads last week.
Blacksmith Johnson was working at the
school for several days last week, hanging
paper and laying brick. There is nothing like
having an all purpose man at an Indian
Agency.
Since the passage of the Fori Hall Treaty
Bill the Indian police have been kept busy
looking after trespasser* on the southern
part of the reservation. The ceded lands will
not be open to seulement only by presidential
proclamation, and until such proclamation
Is Issuad people should not seek land or min
ing claims.
official hu*iiu-««. He will
able to bo out ln hi« district.
Our Soda Water Syrups are made
from pure fruit juices. No wonder it
sells. 'Palace drug store.
Now Shirt Waists at Ihc Fair Store.
BIDS FOR SUPPLIES
For the Idaho Insane Asy
lum.
JJIDS FOR FURNISHING THE
Idaho Insane Asylum with Sup
plies for the ensuing six months will
be received by the Board of Directors
until July lltb, 19U0, as follows:
PfctOVISlONS :
Apricot«, dried.
Apple««, dried.
Bakinjr Powder, Royal.
ÜewjQfr, nary.
Beef, frvuli. No. 1 Bteer>. <l«*Urcric» of
four at * time ha wauled.. 30,000 Bw. *roM.
Olieeae, f*ju cream.. W) tm.
Chocolate. Baker's.
(kxlAeh. t%. blocks.
aoo •*.
.mo ••
oo *•
mo "
m -
. M00 "
Coffee. ruatfted. Lyon or Arbuckle_ M00 "
Corn Meal
lftoo "
Corn, canned, standard packing. ft cases
10 %*.
Igal.
1 qt.
1 qt.
ö pta.
Citron..
KxirtuU, lemon.. .
do Banana....
do Pine Apple.
do Vanilla, Paul Rfimer A Co.
Flab, freab, Columbia River ttalmon.
00 ft*, delivered eemi-monthly ...
Ginger, ground, pore.
Homioy ..
Mu turn. No. 1. luulbfc. at a time ha
wanted.
Maccaroui.
Mackerel .
Mu* tard, ground .
Oat Méal .
» *>*.
800 "
1200 ta. net
... loo lb*.
. 1 half bbl.
25 lb«.
.... 1300**
10 ca«« 1 «
... 25 lbs
Pears, canned, standard packing_ ft case«
Pearbea. canned.
Oyster«, cove, canned
Pepper, whole.
.... 10
do
dried _
Pine Apple, shred
Prunes, dried.
Rice .
Starch, corn .
. 500 lbs.
. S cans
. «00 lbs.
. 800 "
. I case
Suit. flue. Liverjxiol, eastern.2*i0 llw.
du ooarse, Salt lake.
000 lbs.
. MM"
. mo -
- 15 gals.
. 2 bble.
Sugar, granulated.
do "C*' .
Syrup, maple..
do «orgbuuj....
do New Orleans.
Soda. Bakiug, "Arm and Hammer".
Tea .
Tobar«*«». chewing..
do cracking...
Vinegar, pure apple cider.
Venal, Mugjc .
1 caee
.2 caddie«
175 \Ua.
150 "
S bbl«.
3 caM*t*
CLOTH 1XO :
Button, swale, lsnrc ..
do do medium
do »mokod pearl .
<'a!lo«>.
Canton tlniiuel.
Cap«.
Cheviot.
Cambric..
Darning cotton, white and black
Flannel, outing.
Glove*, lined.
Hat«, inen'«.
Handkerchief«, red turkey.
Hove. ladle«, cotton.
Jumper«.
I »ace a. «hoe.
Mitten», lined, men'«.
Muvlln. unbleached <M.
< ) vereinte«. Atvlle*. men'« .
Overall«. Pacific coast, riveted.
Sock», cotton .
/ do woolen.. .
Suspenders...
Shoes, women'«, fine, soft.
do men'«, flue, soft...
Slipper«,
Thread, cotton .....
do linen, block
— ft gro.
. « gro.
1 gro.
.... 200 yd*.
. 700 do
. 3 dor.
.7U0 yds.
. ftfl yd».
. 12 dor.
. 300 yd«.
. 4 dor.
. 4 do
. 4 do
. 15 do
1 do
. 3 gro.
. 3 dor
. «W yd«.
. 3 dot.
. ft do
. 10 dot.
. 8 do
. 4 dor.
_ . 2 do*.
. 4 do*.
. ft do*.
. 30 do*.
. 4 do*.
i 1 *
FIEL :
Coal, lump.
do, nut.
do. slack ....
.... 150 tons
.... 1O0 tons
... ton tons
Full description or samples will, when
practicable. accompany each bid and
preference will be given to bidders who
furnish samples.
Accepted samples will be kept and
paid for; non-accepted samples return
ed at bidders expense. Bidders are re
quested to make their prices for goods
delivered at Blackfoot. Idaho, freight
prepaid.
Bids must be sent in sealed envelopes,
marked "Bids for Supplies" and ad
dressed to The Idaho Insane Asylum,
Blackfoot, Idaho.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of the Board ;
I. N. COSTON,
Secretary.
Blackfoot, Idaho, June 1st, 1900.
What Haklag Good Shea* Warn«.
The Boot and Shoe Reporting Co.
credit J. B. Lewis Go. makers of "Wear
Résistera,'' with shipping more goods
direct to retailers than any Boston
manufacturer. Get a pair at Houck &
Houck.
The Fulton Meat Market ?is just iu
receipt of a new line of sweet, sour, and
mixed pickles, olives, Gerwaudsle,
white onions, pig»' feet and tripe, in
the bulk. Best in the market.—Frank
OuKay, Prop.
A poor guesser makes many poor
guesses.
If you want a Farm Loan write Lind
aay & Co., Idaho Falls, or see O. F.
Smith, Blackfoot.
Nolle« to Hay M«a.
The undersigned wants to engnge
parties to put up about 400 tons of Hay,
on the share* or for tho cash. Ranch at
Howard's Siding, four miles north of
GROCERIES.
THE BEST
For those who want The Best
YOU place the order WE do the rest.
DAILY NEED
At Needed Prices.
STANDARD GOODS
At Standard Prices,
fresh and good as can be had anywhere.
DROP IN
With your order. We will please you.
G. H. HOLBROOK, PROP.
Everything as
PIONEER DRUG STORE
!
BASE BALLS BATS»
0 CATCHING GLOVES,
0
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Brashes and Glass.
FINE CIGARS.
Toilet Articles. Perfumes. Etc.
HULL & WOODRUFF.
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NEW,
I COMPLETE,
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AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, ti
CHEAP, IS WHAT IS SAID
OF THE MANY NEW GOODS f?
RECENTLY RECEIVED, g
Dress Goods, Gloves, 8
Silk Waists, Wrappers, §
Shirt Waists, Children's H
Dresses for Summer, ||
Utz & Dunn's Shoes, S
Tailor Made Suits, Ties, g
Fancy Hosiery, Belts, 8
Men's, Boys and Chil- S
dren's Clothing, Hats, g
Men's and Boys'Shirts, 8
Snow's Shoes for Men. S
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New
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EVERYTHING WAS BOUGHT EARLY
AND I AM ARLE TO SELL
CHEAPER THAN OTHERS.
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A full line of Furniture, Wall Paper,
Carpets, Hardware, at lowest prices.
MY STOCK OF GROCERIES
Is Complete and I Sell Cheaper
than the Cheapest. ||
I 33 . EC. BIETHA 1 T. U
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