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NO. 23
VOL. 14.
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1Ô00.
LATEST domestic news
John
oioct,
against
be
State*
who
neither
perial
W eu
Edward
Iter.
few
The
playing
the
They
our
the
mother
her
noon.
wife
most
may
pel
house
held
them.
T.
on
the
ticket.
not
Bryan
et.
mous
, of the hammering you hear is
a ling of oampalgn lias.
•r. state committee Is claiming the
g w; , for the Democratic ticket by 8,000.
, wfoot teacher* are attending the
'cache«' institute In eeeeloo at
l.u Falla.
V . \v. E. Barnhart U es pec ted
rum Iowa aoit week.
uls le making preparations (ora
masquerade ball Thaakagiviog
M ■
I
if.
V W. McDonald is sporting this
«iih ducks mod trout of Soake
.il Dsnllsoo'a preclueL
•Moot will surprise you with It*
, -rstlc vota lo November.
0r hers report* two now e ase* of
ol lo the oouatry near town.
upi>l<-mant to this It
Burnt r.' Read it ovor and osar again,
su r Thomas la la Fretwoal conn
mil remain until election.
Democrat* are becoming mo«
•ot of Pocatello and Bannock
'r
ninr Bybee, of Bingham, will be
•le of IL L. By boo afwr the Ath
ember.
A K. t.yon ha* «turned from
.alte City sanitarium much Lo
d.
■ *5 the popular sot* of McKinley
Ur,an was 003,514. McKinley's
.ral role over Bryan was 95.
r Ml*«* Rose, of Soda Spring*,
runts of Miss Blanche Jooc*.
'r*. C. E. Thum la detained at Boise
tceraoi of the Ilia
. Boyd, of New York.
«Ir. U. W. Ketfer Is visiting friend*
!nt old home In Willow Creek pee
of her sister.
ed
near
Mr.
ct.
ululions a« out for a Hallowoen
-ty st Mi*« Houck's Wednesday even
., October 31*1.
Ils» Blanche Jones entertained tbe
rrvot Event club Thursday evening.
The Buchanan company ha* engage
nt* at tbe opera bouse for Friday
d Saturday eveoing*. 'Maud Muller'
billed for this, Friday, evening.
J. Knox Bodel, «porter for Brad
- *« 1 '* financial journal. Salt Lake
ty. wm seeking lb* ttaodiag of our
■in. .* men Monday.
Hob. Isaac Erlcsou Is making a quiet
le winning campaign for tba legisla
te. He won two years ago; ha wlU
« a (bis time.
Uon. Martin Jacobs, Fusion candi
'sie for mine Inspector, and J. W. Bart
<7 of Moscow am billed to apeak at
ssalt this, Friday, evening.
B. A. Pearson, one of lb* successful
■ 'Dehor* of Lost River, was shaking
indt with old friends In the city
i hursday.
Clerk Geo. F. G agon will leava next
'londay for tba différant precincts In
ih« county, to give out election tickets
to the proper officer*.
Senator Dubois' thront I* troubling
him seriously, but hit confidence In the
«•cues* of the Democratic ticket In the
'tale Is splendidly healthful.
The Buchanan oompnny played to a
II house, Thursday aveelag. Tbit
Friday) evening tbn company will pm
'"'"I 'Maud Muller,' aa entlraly new
omudy to Black loot th antra goer*.
Ralph Osborn naan In from Noma
■'rldaÿ morning. He la la good health
>nd enjoyed hi* trip and experience to
the land of gold.
Nuw school desks for the Blackfoot
•"hoot are being placed In position In
tho new annex. Teachers and pupil*
"ru elated at being relieved from their
crowded condition.
7 hu members of the Epworth League
rendered a good literary and musical
l>it)grnm to a large audience last Sun
day evening.
I'M Hiufflobeam and brida who have
•*«0 visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stuf
•''■beam at Tilden left for thnlr home,
Vicksburg, Mississippi, Wednesday
afternoon.
Martin Jaoobs, Fusion oandldata for
m lno Inspector, wa* In Blackfoot Frl
'*ay. Ho haa traveled over the state
mil knows condition*. Ho *re* victory
In sight for the Democrat* and by an
easygoing majority.
Mr. Nelson and Mr*. Bettaninn re
quest The News to extend to their
trlmids In Blackfoot their sincere
Blanks for the many acta of kladonae to
Ihe family during the Into Illness nod
** the time of the death of tho wlfn and
waughter, Mrs. Ada Nelson.
Su
will
Oct.
ha*
as
tbe
of
Mr.
tions
m
an
of
ent
11
to
In
It
|
John 8. WtUoDi of Riverside pre
oioct, want* to wager 20 good hortet
against a lik« Bomber that Bryao will
be elected neat president of the United
State*
When one gone back In the "rural
deestrluU" and ulke with the wild
who feed the world he And* they
neither for trueu, mltltarlem nor Im
perial Urn.
Mahkucd—A t the home of O. W.
W eu lea, Tueeday eventog, October 23,
Edward Neider and Mary Ell* lUmuy.
Iter. W. C. Price officiated. Only a
few la, I ted friend* were prêtent.
The Buchanan Dramatic Co.,
playing a three nighu engagement at
the Opera Houae. commencing Oct. 25.
They come highly recommended by
our eachange* from different part* of
the aUte and are deserving a full houae.
Mr*. Nrlaoo, a young wife and the
mother of two ainall children, died «I
her home In Black foot Tuesday after
noon. How sad the home without the
wife and mother.
The oortbern counties are maktog a
splendid abowlug for Democracy. The
most charitable distribution gives the
Republicans only one of tbe Are. They
may win Net Perce, but that I* In doubt.
Kran gelt.I Burns has began hi* gos
pel meeting* at tbe tent on tbe court
house ground.. These meetings are
held each evening at 730 o'clock. He
cordially Invitea the public to attend
them.
T. W. Bartley, presidential elector
on the Populist ticket, I* canvassing In
southern Idaho and strongly advocates
the election of the Democratic Fusion
ticket. Mr. Bartley's name Is on the
Populist ticket but be urges bis friends
not to vow for him but to vow for tbe
Bryan electors on the Democratic tick
et. In thlt be Is honorable, magnani
mous and fair.
F.
men
short.
home
from
went
sent
ted
seen
A
of
Wrm
the
are
ry,
ed
C.
say
party
he
for
said
view
Ha
from
for
day,
win

for
Tbe
tbe
for
is
a
on
and
EvaagsHst Hat silt C st ri a,.
Mr. and Mrs. Roselle who are now
holding Interesting and largely attend
ed meeting* In Pocatello, will, In the
near future, eomroeo« a series of
special meeting* at the Baptist church.
Mr. I tutelle Is a dear and forcible
preacher ar4 Mr« Roselle has few
equals In lii
at
In
the
the
a
to
In
Sun
have
for
Frl
state
an
re
their
to
nod
and
of tong.
t so less ai IL P sal's
Su Paul's Protestant Episcopal church
will bo ro-opeoed on Sunday evening
Oct. 28. Tbe service* will begin at 7:30.
The Rev. David Campbell Mayers,
Imlouary to the Indian* at Rots Fork,
ha* been appointed by Bishop Funstan
as minister in charge of this parish and
tbe church at Idaho Falls.
A meeting of the member* and friends
of th* church I* requested for a few
minutes after tbe service to arrange for
regular servions.
The public I* cordially Invited and
Mr. Mmyen gladly offer* bis ministra
tions to any of hit own people or other*
needing n minister at any lime.
Address, Rev. David Campbell Mayers,
Roes Fork, Idaho. Tbe Mission House.
m
the
but
74
Senator Dubois Co min g
Senator Fred T. Dubois and State
Senator John G. Watt will nddrass the
ciüaens of Blackfoot, Friday evening,
November 2d.
It is safe to say the speakers wlllbave
an oversowing audience. Senator Du
bois has Just «turned from a campaign
of the State and will be able to give his
hearers truthful statements of the con
ditions as he found them In the differ
ent counties.
Spite Work
Spite work never commends paying
It I* better to «main Idle than
In spite work. One may take
comfort from It at n time
wage*
to engage
momentary
but «morse la su« to follow.
At no time a« these statements more
noticeably true than In political cam
paigns. He who Is guilty of a deed of
spite work against a candidate of his
party Is sura to suffer the consequences
In after days.
No young min of ninbltloo for poilu
cal preferment can afford to do any
thing that even savor* of spite work.
It will come home to him In future
campaign*. The tin will find him out.
He who make* a record tor brilliant
service* In one campaign will b* re
membered In the campaign to follow.
He will be «warded for his good »erv
mlldew
| ce ,. Spite work leaves a
blight upon the aspirations of him who
engages In It, and, at the same time,
It looking tor promotion thereafter.
Spite work to oampalgns I* remember
ed like earthquake», »*« »«•»»"■ o'
falling meteors. It I» bnd for him who
undertake* * job of the kind.
Remember th# services at St. Paul
Sunday eyoning.
DISTRICT COURT.
F. Murray Sentenced for One
Y«mv 37 Admitted a* Citizen*.
Adjourn untilDecember 10th.
gration
around
and
town
ary
merce.
man
C.
prise.
ing
this
are
its
duty
of
Tbe term of the district eourt wa,
short. Judge Rieb adjourned the Wrm
Wednesday morning and hastened
home for medical treatment, lie is far
from being a well man.
Tbe Important oases on the docket
went over to the spring Wrm. A self
confessed burglar, Frank Murray, was
sent to the pentteollary for one year.
Thirty-seven foreigners were admit
ted to citizenship and will probably be
seen at the polls in November.
A few minor matter* were disposed
of and tbe docket was closed and tbe
Wrm adjourned to December 10th for
the hearing of a few special cases.
Emphatically Denied.
Some week* ago Horace Greeley Per
ry, editor of the Slew Jourusl,publish
ed so alleged inWrvlew with Judge J.
C. Rich In which she made the Judge
say that be was not in accord with his
party In Its action at PocaWllo and that
he would out under any consideration
support Dubois for the Senate.
Before leaving Blackfoot Wednesday
for hit borne In Bear Lake, the Judge
said to a News reporter that tbe Inter
view as «ported was wholly untrue.
Ha made no such statement* to tbe
young woman aa the published lo her
paper. A* soon as the judge recovers
from the deep cold from which he Is
suffering he will enWr the campaign
for the Democratic ticket, the whole
length of the ladder.
tbe
land
to
Ha* Been in the Countie«.
A gentleman who has been In every
county in the State since the Pocatello
convention was in Blackfoot Wednes
day, and said lo a News «porter :
"The Democratic State ticket will
win by 3,000."
"Tbe report* you hear about Dubois
a« simply newspaper «ports given out
for effect. He will be the uext Senator.
Tbe fusion ticket will win in 15 or 10 of
tbe counties, and that means a victory
for him. Tbe counties will ratify hit
nomination at Pocatello and the leg Is
is lor* will vote for him. When you see
a Republican who wanu to cover 11,000
on the State ticket, touch the button
and be will be accommodated."
For
sis,
and
of
ly
did
ed
for
16 to 5.
The ratio of Democratic counties In
the stale of Idaho is not exactly the
tame a* that tor silver and gold, 18 to I,
but it is n good ratio nevertheless.
From «liable Information ca«fully
gathered from over the state The
News Is advised that the Democrats
will osrry 18 to 5 of the 21 counties.
That will make it easy for Bryan and
Hunt. _
«rated Basks tor «ala.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction at James Chrlstisnsen's ranch
near Goshen Pott Office, Bingham Co.,
Monday, October 29, at 12o'clock noon,
74 Delaine and graded bucks In fine
condition. Terms of sale cash in hand.
W, A. Wood«,
Administrator of estate of Sample
Orr, deceased.
Blackfoot. Idaho, Oct. 13th 1900.
the
Du
his
con
Many people who use quinine for the
of cold* any that the effect of th|£
oure
drug Is mo« disagreeable than the dis
ease. Krausa's Cold Cure la prepared
In n convenient capsule form, and will
cure the moet deeply seated cold in 24
boura without any Interruption to busi
ness. They are pleasant to take and
give a clear, fresh sensation while op
erating. Price 26c. Sold by Hull A
Woodruff, druggists.
than
take
time
more
cam
of
his
poilu
any
work.
future
out.
re
»erv
«walling Neat* Far Sal*.
A dwelling house of six room*, out
bouses, good well and cellar, situated
oo three lota In th* town of Blacktoot,
for sale at a bargain.
For term* apply to D. H. Clyne.
Blackfoot, Idaho.
Corn-husker*' sprained wrists, barb
adwtre cuts, burns, bruise*, severe
lacerations and external Injuries of any
kind are promptly and happily cured
by applying BALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT. Price, 25 and 50 cent*.
Pioneer drug store.
I have extra help and can fill your
order tor the very latest style overcoat,
fancy vesta, suit* or pant* Id a short
time. Bae my fine line of samples be
fore ordering elsewhere. G. Malm.
Receipt books and blank notes at the
News office.
who
time,
o'
who
Chamber ol Commerce For
BUckfoot,
The outlook for a heavy Increase of
business at Blackfoot and a big immi
gration to tbe country immediately
around It have inspired a number ot
oltiseu* to move to meet the demands
and to further the lowrests of the
town and the country tributary to It.
Tbr first action taken was a tempor
ary organization for a chamber of com
merce. H. W. Keifer was elected chair
man and W. W. McDonald secretary.
Tbe meeting was attended by G. B.
Roger*. W. P, Woodruff, W. A. Bull,
C. E. Kinney, John Horne, John C.
Milltck and others all of whom are In
tensely interested la tbe new enter
prise.
As soon aa tbe campaign is over the
chairman will call for a general meet
ing of the citizens and a permanent
organization will be completed. The
News l* advised of the Importance of
this movement. There is much behind
It—much for the good of Blackfoot and
country and it should have every en
couragement. The events of tbe day
are crowding Blackfoot to the front and
its enterprising citizens must meet
them. When the citizens do their full
duty the advantages and possibilities
of Blackfoot will make it a great town.
Is
la Um Laad al Tnsh.
Hon. William J. Bryan is today lo
tbe Land of Trust*. He U making an
Itinerary through New Jersey.
Tbe crowd* that greet him a« im
The police have to be called to
mente.
make way for him through crowds that
block hit pathway. Can it be that the
land of trust* l* for the man who is
fighting tbe trust*. It looks that way.
What a great tide <n the east Is turning
to Bryan.
out
of
hit
Is
see
UcMf't Cstsni Ntrvs Ca a ffiHf
For all nervous dis c aw e* , neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous debility, paraly
sis, blllousuest, dyspepsia, costlvenea*,
piles, liver complaint, kidney troubles
and female complaints. It goes to the
seat of tbe disease and cures thorough
and speedily. Sold by Hull A Wood
ly
ruff.
Rsstasraat Far «ale.
A good peying restaurant in n splen
did location and well equipped for bus
iness in Bingham county, is being offer
ed for sale at a bargain. For Intorme
The News,
Blackfoot.
lion write to
Heavy shipment* of fruit are being
made to Custer county.
If you want n Farm Loan writ« Llod
Si Co., Idaho Falls, or see O. F.
Smith, Blackfoot.
Red Bell plug cut smoking tobacco
for sale at Holbrook's.
W. A. Clark Is making n wonderful,
wonderful campaign in Montana. He
will win tor the Senate this time over
and above nil controversies.
Thera is melody In thn name* of wo
man and home. At home tbe true wo
man it n queen. The field of politic*
In n strange state la not the home where
woman reigns the queen. What true
woman had not rather be n queen at
home than a political speaker abroad.
Happiness depend* very much on the
condition of the liver and kidney*. The
111* of life make but little impression
on those whoee digestion is good. You
regulate your liver and kidney*
with HERBENE and enjoy health and
buoyancy of spirits. Price, SO cent*.
Pioneer drug store.
A map of the United State* three
feel four inches wide by tour feet long,
printed In six colora; mounted on roll
ers; shows every state, county, Import
ant town and railroad In the union. A
new edition also shows the country
divided aeoordlng to territorial acquisi
tion*. Sent on receipt of 15 ceult in
stamp*—lea* than oost. R. F. Nkslen,
General Agent Burlington Route, 79
West 2nd South street, Salt Lake City,
Utah.
In
the
I,
The
and
say
ranch
Co.,
noon,
fine
hand.
can
the
th|£
dis
will
24
busi
and
op
A
out
And disease* arising from an Impure
state of the blood,' Llehty's Celery
Nerve Compound I* an invaluable spe
cific. Sold by Hull A Woodruff's.
barb
severe
any
cured
SNOW
cent*.
your
overcoat,
short
be
at the
«Mag Tabla For tat«.
A second-hand extension dining table
for sale st a bargain. Apply at News
office.
The« a« thousand* of people, suf
fering untold torture from piles, he
raus* of th* popular Impression that'
they cannot be cured. TA BLEB'S
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will
cur* them and the patient will remain
cured. Price, SO cent* in bottles. Tubes
73 ceuta. Pioneer drug store.
Bank on This
When your buy from us you save
money. You get the best quality of
GROCERIES
We make the smallest margin on
our goods.
We treat every body alike.
We keep everything in the groc
ery line.
Best line ot can goods, fresh vege
tables, and the best roasted coffee
on earth will be found at our store.
GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
G. H. HOLBROOK, PROP.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
I'?
to
111
is
Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES,
Wall Paper.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES MS STATIONERY.
HULL $ WOODRUFF,
IRakos
plmcWfoofc
F.
He
wo
wo
true
at
the
The
You
and
three
long,
roll
A
in
79
City,
THE SUN
D.HJMethan's
NEW
New Dress Goods, New Trimmings,
New
New Laces, Embroderies and Linings,
overskirts, underskirts, New wool and
shirt waists, New Coats, New Handkerchiefs,
New Jewelry.
silk
NEW
Ladies' shoes, Men's shoes, Children's
shoes. The best line of Rubbers that are
made Don't forget that the rubbers we
have sold for the Gist two years, Banigan &
Wouasquatucket, have worn twice as long
as any other brands.
Impure
Celery
spe
NEW
Men's clothing, Boys' clothing, Children's
clothing. Gloves, Overcoats, etc.
table
News
NEW
Car load of Furniture, Carpets and too
many other things to enumerate. Come
and see them. Always welcome.
suf
he
that'
BLEB'S
will
remain
Tubes
2D- EL BIETEÜ1T,

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