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% VOL.14. BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, JULY 28.1900. NO. 10 "rxr-r "rxr-r WMAT YOU WANT TO KNOW. m FrM h as MW in lnaa- Brts*y TsM sad EaaMy Mad. lief join ver who and and fruit crop* are Immense, now in the midst of heavy pgjfNto Cl»««" ^If-csu of jteachaa. Ill« Hadley, county superintendent rftebooU. ha* returoed from the Fast. The board of county commissioner* ha* lied the county sttoroey'a salary allUMOayear. | a (he Senatorial race ll will be against Dubois, and Dubois »re this IbMP Slump. W 1er man to collecting gglgriol on the ground for the annex is the mam school building. Castrat** the this Mra Thoms* Harvey and daughter, tutting in Sioux Kails, Derma *« teeth Dakota. A manor Keifer ho* gone over to (Imy'i Lake country. Attorney W. H. HuekeU, of Boise, spent t«o day* of the weak In Block No Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Bull are receiv iag congratulation* over the arrival of • loe baby boy. Mrs. Gagoa and Miss Blanche Jour, an planning a visit to Soda Springs. The Idaho soldier boys to the Philip pian* ore wonderfully pleased with the bastion of t apt. H unt fur governor Lard Robert* la not given much spam >n auwspaprr* these latter day*. The Boer* bold tbolr own, A merry-go-round baa come to town tad merry crowd, go round oe it. D. H. Blcthon and family left Thure d*y afternoon for an ouung at Sheridan, Frvmoet county. lap* Hunt I* »peodiog a few day* In Botw City Sam lew .Salt lake City'* old lime rigor dealer, ha* gone into bankruptcy. Harvey Fi.her and wife, of Ogden, are rotting J C. Fisher and family of Black foot. Geo A. Itobrthsn, of Pocatello, ha« hres elected Secretary of t he I («publi ca* State central ruinnultec. Hiorkfoot has been making large shipairnu uf borric* to northern points along the railroad. Mbs l(«becc* Wright has returned bum *n rxlcndcd visit to friends in Og «1 to tbe sod In it a ; In of it. Mr. Read Icker'* Automobile i* on the noul from New York and should »each Dubci* by August I. to Pocatello did Itself proud In provld* lag » liberally for the entertainment of the three convention.. | of An igrd lady carrying the weight of • uyvar. made a homestead entry le tbe Blarkfoot land office Friday. A great drought la prevailing along the Atlantic coast ia the »late* north of Pkirida Tree* are dropping fruit. A large number of tree* in the Ceme tery »re (uttering for water and some ■re dying. The water »apply, appar ently. ha. been cut off. *'• tollman and Mr». L. M. Capp* h»r* been «elected aa members of the Democratic State central tor lilngh committee am county, Mr*. D Far hart, of Hailey, Idaho, •pent Balurday aud Sunday In Block foot, a guaat of Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Os born Former Probat« Judge A. O. Whit wo* over from Boise a few day* of the week tier He woa the ropreowntalive 0 ,hp *Ute*m*n at the Pocatello con »«ntlon. John G. Brown having made hi* pur chase* of f„|| Bnd goodf Ncw °vk. I* now visiting in Cleveland, Tenno.«.*. h 0 * 1 » leave for Blaekfuot ahnut i »I of August. ^«w* (mm Chine la «till unsntisfoc Wf and lu>m* '■•'hin» I* discouraging. The limited »sciirud lead to the belief that ) preparing for a gigantic war, *" 11 mH ï bo a long protracted Th« Bible tells of *ome thing* that " h»ppe n In the daya of wars and Çiunor* of war*, aad from current events l he wars war. ,nrt rurtlor « war* clow5 h *"d. If no t already at hand. "'aokfoot precinct wo« divided by the fd of commissioner*. Henceforth 1 "'H be Blsokfoot No. I, and Black tot No 2. I<]«ho Falls was also divided b "t Into th ree preulats, Nos. 1, 2 and 3. - j, * * tr *tuga coincidence the '"''»to* for twocan suoretary of state were at "mecltixena of Blaekfoot, and both n 8 state office* are now citizen* of fill! Hol*e. Hein*'» pickle* are the belt, Sold by Holbrook, c II. Saake river I« a*ay down to low water mark. The pioneer* alunir It* bank* »ay U I» lower than ever before known. Senator II -Ilfeld has expressed a he lief that the Populist« of the Stale will join in the fusion of Democrats and Sli ver Republicans. Congressman Edgar Wilson's wife who has Un critically ||| |„ Chicago, and not expected to live, Is improving and Mr. Wilson hope* to reach hls home at Boise, next week. It 1* well to I* plain and truthful in speaking of political conditions in Idaho this year. Neither party will have a walkover, and, as the outlook appear* today. It will require good hooest hard work for either party to win. Ttte News will publish next week, the precinct boundaries, name* of regis trar», judge* and clerks for the general election as defined and named by the board of oomtuiwioncr. at iu scion this week. Blaine county raptured three of the candidate. on Ihr State ticket, *nd if Chairman Watts bod remained for lieu tenant governor It would have had four. No roomy In the state U jealous of Blaine, she l.tobe congratulated. The three fill their place, to a 'T.' Time la a great soother for injured feeling* sod comforter for disappoint« menti, os well at healer of ache* and When he begin* bit work on Intod oue* of tbe »late con Tbe Kentucky trial of partie* alleg «1 u> be implicated in tbe murder of: Governor Goebel is bringing to, light j one of the mmt gigantic conspiracies ! to kill a high officer known iu the hi*- | pain*, tbe dtsapp ventlon. he will do much to comfort sod con-ole them and take them back In love to their party rank» 4 lory of thl* country, and the worst of j it i* the conspiracy >* born iu a high place, in tbe capitol building. Mr»-T S Morrison, of the Morrison IIou«e, i. happy this week. Her aged mother and . s.Mer ate vi.ltlng her ... ,, . I I from Missouri. It h»s been more than . .... doxen vear* *:mx.< tbe family wasthus I . , ' , . , .. I united under one roof. Wbatahsppv ... . . , , lime the three mu*t have iu remmUen ... . , ... ce* of the iumI and since their *e)wra . ,, . tmn when Mrs. Murrison cams wuat. Mr and Mrs. John Mootfomery are In receipt of a letter from their son Ed ward w ho ba* been In Alaska more than Ho write* discouraging!)' two year*, of t ape Nome ami the country srouud He reached Nome In March and it. had the pdvanUge of being among the fir*t of the arrival« to Inspect the fields. He ad vita* *1! friend* and acquaintances to *tay away. The De«eret Evening New* of July gH. .(K-aking of theepmen In the »tato of Utah, say*: "The outlook for the «heep bust ne** in Utah I* anything but bright. The fact 1* It I* dark, darker than lor a long time |>o*t. The range* are dried up, the sheep are poor and price* have fallen rapidly In the last *lxty days, particularly the 'a*l thirty. What the outcome will be no nun can fore.ee, except that the lusse* will bo heavy. They are already heavy and many sheep mon are discouraged.'' Rivtrods Calibration. Illvcrsido celebrated Pioneer Day, July 24th, mo»t loyally. The morning hour* were taken up with literary and mnaleal exercises, the afternoon with sport* and the even ing with a grand ball it « great lobratlon; the attendance was large and ail were pleased. a Cantata- Dairy «»'«•' *«»•' The ladies of tho Baptist church are "Th« cantal* entitled preparing a Dairy Maids' Supper," to be given Friday evening, August 3d. The »ne uf their past entertainments are a guarantee this one w'll not bo a fail Proceed* to go towards shingling aud cos* ure. their church, help them. At the close of the entertainment the ladies will serve Ice-cream, milk, ole. Everybody go Akeat Praxla*. The county central committee should make the statement In It* call for a county convention, that no precinct* shall be represented by outside proxies. If proxies arc allowed they roust lie presented by parties living in the pre cinct from which they are offered ventlon at Pocatello l* A delegate Tho State eonv authority in this matter. from one county askcla «cat In the con , from another coun How vontloii on it proxy ty and he wa» prom I over if tho committee matter before the voters In It* call, thi committee on creuential* at the conven tion can lake action and no doubt convention will »"sUtln it» action. aly refused. falls to bring the Change af Comauaalaaar District*. The board of county commissioners, at It* meeting thU week, changed the commissioner districts *o as to give the northern territory two instead of one aa heretofore. Till: Newts will publish the boun daries of the new districts next week. As we understand It, this reverses the existing order of things and givea to Idaho Full* two commissioner» against Blackfoot's one, as was decided upon at the organization of the county, and the decision then was generally accept ed as satisfactory In the county. A* Automobile tor Malm. Ed Headicker has returned from the K*«i. During bie visit to New York he purchased an automobile for bis .toge Une from Dubois to Salmon. It will be first of it* kind ever brought to the »late. During his visit to several cities iu the state of New York he found Bryan .lock going up In every market. Mr. Hill'* course at Kansas City has given great encouragement to the Democrat« of New York and they express great confidence in their ability to carry the ■late. Why To« Lai*. fine of the witnesses in the murder trial of Governor Goebel in his testi mony before the jury, said be knew of the intended killing of Governor Goebel and had started forth to tell him to be on his guard. When on M* way he stop ped to get a drink and before he reach ed the capilol found the governor had been killed. Mr. Murphy may draw a temperance j conclusion from tills, but there is also ! aootlior moral: When you have some | thing to do under the emergency art go j and do itquickiy, and be sure you do it. to is Ladle* ia Politic*. TBt NMr8 nevor w, 1 f I Mra ** Ml» to go'roughing ll in politic*. It ha* too much respect lor them to do * 'that. They are nearest akin of the • , , ,, human family to angels and should al , 1 ways lie in position to command our J * greatest c»lcem aud love. To'rough it , , , , . in politics might leisen the esteem in r , , ... which they are held. But they are voters. By a constitu tional amendment they have been en franchised and at proper times should vole. They should vote at the primaries and they should vote at the general elections. It is difficult to purify politics but the votes of women can purify it if ll can tie purified. Thk NkWS, therefore, ap peal* to the ladies of Ulackfoot and Bingham county to vote at the pri maries for the best men and women who may be on the tickets and at tbe general election in November for men who will give wise and economical ad ministrations. of of fieMstmtnt In Politic*. Strange customs prevail in politics— they arc different from customs In social and business life. Ordinarily any man of courage will resent an attack on the character of a social or business friend, and even de fend him with his life, but not so fn In politics men denqunce one politic*, another and feci free to do so. This is not right. No man has the right to abuse and denounce another nho differ* with him on party measures any more than he has the right to abuse a friend who differs with him In mat ters governing social life, or business life, and whenever it Is done It is tak ing advantage of a friend. A man's feelings tn matters of poli tics should be respected as much as de cency requires them to he respected in the business affairs of every-day life. An Insult in polities demands the same resentment as an insult given over any other mailer, and If it were resented we should have less blackguardism than is commonly Indulged in In heated cam paign». But ros|>ecl for a friend's feel ings is the proper thing; it will save trouble. Some Republican papers are denounc ing, In general term», the Democratic ticket, and some Democratic papers the Republican ticket Specific charges against individual members, which can be sustained In a court, may he justifi able, hut the kind of politic* named above will do no more good in the cam paign than yolllng "woa" to stamped lug government mules. If the stomach and bowel* perform their duty, the blood In all the ele ments needed to assure perfect health. Karl's Clover Root Tea taken as direot ed, guarantees the perfect actlou of stomach and bowels. Prie« 2c eta. ami Ml cts. Money refunded If you are not satisfied. Palace drug store. Political Lacanlcisms. (By Lafy Joe. our Indian Philosopher.! No savvy, no talk'ra much. LItty politics make'm lltty politicians. When tight, all same lightnin' ex press, keep on main track. Some wbite'r man sell friends for llt ty money and less honor. Indiana no aell'm. Brave man, all same Indian, he wins in political battles. A wino politician be no set on fence, be get down and walk among bis friends. You savvy man straddle fence? He no fall'm In arms of bis friends, be fall'm and hurt heself. All good Indians in no one wicky-up. Some good Indians in this wicky-up, some good Indians in that wlcky-np. No brave Indian leave a friend and heap talk friend left him.. He lalk'm that way be no good. A wbite'r man all time right, others all time wrong, keep your eye on that wbite'r man. He no big chief. Bi.-ne in yon ketch on. He no good. He no fool you all lime. Don't Underrate Year Enemy. An amusing feature of every politi cal campaign is the overconfidence of each party in its own ability to defeat the opposing party. Each one know« ju«t how it can be. done—knows the weak points of its opponent and the easy way* of taking advantage of them. Th«*»e things ore true of oil parties aud in all campaigns It is a maxim of war not to underrate nn enemy and tbe same maxim is good for a political campaign. It is wine to prepare for action as if the advantage! was with the opponent and that it wou'd require all of one's skill, strategy aud | strength to overcome him. Victory is not always to the strong. Parties often fool themselves by over confidence, aud to rely on small things to bring victory is a great political mistake: Work tor Caldwell. Walter E. Graves, special inspector of the Indian Bureau, is at Boss Fork. The Washington dispatches said that hu was coming out here to select a site for the new Indian school but Mr. Graves himself says that he didn't know of any business that he has here now. Agent Caldwell is, however, in an a«tful sweat. He has just received a letter from the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Instructing him that he would be expected to do all the work prepara tory to the actual opening of the Fort Hail reservation and that he would be expected to do it without any extra help. This means that Mr. Caldwell will have to make a roll of the Indians and pay them the money due on the first payment; he will have to appraise the improvements of Indians living on the ceded portion of tbe reservation, ar range for the purchase of the improve ment* of such Indian* as want to move and for the allotment to such as do not care to move and a hundred other things. Tbe first payment to the Indians is due in September and the commissioner says that it is the desire of the depart ment to make the payment right on time.—Pocatello Tribune. a in Captain Frank Fenn has been select ed for chairman of the Kepubiicau State Central Committee. Dr. Blanton has gone into the courts in the matter of his removal as presi dent uf the Blate University. Whatever may be promised political ly from Fremont county, it is safe to guess the county seat question will car ry the day. Red Bell plug cut smoking tobacco for sale at Holbrook's. "We have sold many different cough remedies, but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlain's," says Mr. Charles Holxhauer, Druggist, New ark, N. .1. be relied upon in all cases of coughs, colds, or hoarseness. Bold by Hull & Woodruff, dugglsts. Gorton's fish cake positively free from bones. For sale by G. H. Holbrook "It is perfectly safe andean ele of ami not Wiurant Call. Oounfy Treapurer*» Office. Black toot, itiiurhiun <V. Idaho, July i»lh, 1900. I N OTICK I* hereby irlven that the following Hiniritnm County Warranta will be paid upon I treten ta Mon, tf presented within sixty Utt> days from the date of this notice: CT'KRKNT KXPKNSK Kt'ND: Kenia tcrod. October 14th, IHM» . January 20th. I m Numbered. .SHft tofcss I no .... 10 to «3 Inc. OENKUAL FUÇîl) : Numbered. : Refrtntered. January 19th. 1*9.» m>t<>74 lue. 1). H. BIKTHAN. Treasurer, Bingham County SUMMER Groceries As hot weather comes you will want Cookies, Wafers, Canned Meats and a variety of things to eat that don't require a fire to get a meal. We have all kinds of Potted Ham, Yeal Loaf, Beef loaf, Chicken loat, Lunch Tongue, Corn beef, Salmon, Sardines and everything that goes to make life a pleasure. G. H. HOLBOOOK, PROP. r PIONEER DRUG STORE BASEL BALLS BATS, CATCHING GLOVES, Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Brushes and Glass. FINE CIGARS. Toilet Articles, perfumes. Etc. HULL 6 l WOODRUFF. AN Opportunity TO MAKE MONEY IS TO SAVE IT. I have some Summer Dress Goods that I am Selling out at LESS THAN COST. I have the best line of Children's 10c. and 25c. hose, Ladies' 25c. hose and Gents' 25c. 15c. and 8c. half hose you have ever seen. Come in and ask for them and mention the You will price. SAVE MONEY. Come in and take a look at those Child ren's Medium Weight Shoes, Nos. 5 to 8 $1, Nos. 8i to II i $1.25, Nos. 12 to-2 $L50. THEY ARE REALLY THE BEST VALUE THAT HAVE EVER COME TO TOWN. Don't forget that Utz & Dunn's Ladies' Shoes are the BEST and MOST STYLISH You can get. A NEW LOT WILL BE IN IN TEN DAYS. A big reduction in the PRICE of SILK WAISTS, Shirt Waists and Skirts for a short time. 3D. ZED. BIETHA1T.