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ici-A-WMk Wednesdays and Saturdays. OL. 14 . BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901. NO. 49 the nur uretr hew* der of I« high large clo*e nine of will tend of i* an It I etc* from th* Mortal Fields of Tom* Canty. ,e almanac taya bad weather next |i. und Mm. <!. K. Thum were up 0 Ron* Fork. Thursday. |,lading I« «till tip-top over io the [ley country. | r *od Mr*. D. H. Utelban in vl# L |o I'oealello « (ew day*. I n . Frank DeKay ba* been very 1 wiersl day* of lb* week. jeer tbe eloquent Dr. Van Duwn at VI. K, Churcb Hunday evening, i number of alley* of town are long [(or * count of aanitary treatment. U.bop »belief waa down from tbe liUte village of Shelley, •rou. lay It L.ke City ha* bad morn than a caae* of antail pox in low to new I a week. be Short Line railroad company vetted tbl* winter. Id, lut ton* of rfcel 1-aae'# be*t lee. - : In e .irret and Improvement com under cwo.lderation the | Idlog of new sidewalk*. j arch came In with charming spring ' lu Any one should he a.hamed î "' 1 ' liter* et "mad a« » MftlX*§ bare.** ph)»k«ian any* tltfbt shoe* are a rs cut te p*ior health, becau.* per- j , «earing them ilrwul exercise. ! I y 1 tobin*, w, the popular re|-rc at unit of N. Y. A Utah |»|"-r com taking order* in Ulackfocd # l , ; , .mile, of rmkig nlltun te friend. ice hL return from « winter tn tin U ! Doiwdly began tbe new th a woman »hop lifter. Her propen- I y led her particularly te the «ilk he Forwarding comiatny made a big U ; of farming Implement# a few day* j . Another *lgn that .pring i, here. 1 f^rcr ! well define 1 |-*M of *ap|«*red in town. The littledaugh r of Mr. and Mr. S. i. Rieb I» th. : ■nr. it. ■*» rvdajf. ixtf Joe'* has lv*en gSflof court«» m-ntury ip Urn. d«ho Kali* Citizen, have been littéral \ of Bol*.-hotel, thi. «inter. No; wr «own in the Hute ha» done te : II in ih-*t matter. ! ioshen ward of the church of Josu. |, ri.t uf Laltcr-Dav HalnU ha* fll<Ki J ih-le, ,,f iin-ui |su aiion In the office of Tetary of »late. , Modern Woodmen camp at Shcl f will give a grand ball at their hall, lurulay evening, March Hlh. Inagemenl aaaitrea auocea*. llU.-kfiwil friend* should »end con fetulatlon* to Itev. and Mr*. <1. M. llder, Caldwell, Ida. A bright bounc t >*>y waa born to them Monday, III.rkfoot la ia luck again. Solon fr, I'npultat, baa been apoolowd a »*rd at the Stale penitentiary, l* ordered to report March 1st. "Every dog hit* hi* day." Blarkfoot hf* will feel that way when their ma* rv |«,y (3.00 Itcensu each for them id derorale them with tag* and collar*. All the village ordinance* puhllahad ^ to lm considered In effect and force, •d tho mnrahal having taken the »with ! nffii-e, will see that they are properly be ll* He •yed iThi- 19:11 telephone company will be lli work on ita connecting line* In llarkfoot as soon a* tbe weather will wrmll uninterrupted work. I Utah I* moving to get the office ol Revenue Collector for Montana, Idaho h' , l Utah, moved from Helena to Halt Uke City. In lhatevant Idaho or Utah FÜI get the collector. I The comptroller of the national ettr pney ha* approved tho application of Anderson Bros. & Co., to organiste "the hrn National hank of Idaho Falls, ' Pth a capital »lock of (25,000. Mr*. R, I*, sweat and her daughter, r*. Mclttlosh, entertained a number lady friends, Wednesday aflerfioo", Mrs. U 1 "a flower wedding party." I- Blethen waa the prix« winner Nprlng ha* come, "Laxy Joe" hits ro »rned from a long visit to the willows >llh hi* overcoat on. 'ey winter loft over he would have re* hrned with his linen duster. An exchange exprtsses Itself «h l « , * f Fnguage over the »leknes* of a friend : 'We are pained to announce the •«>■*«*• of Mr. John Smith. H«'* 8°' lho Mieutnonla. Mr. Smith I* W y«»' - * old md therafore hlaslckneaa make» It bad lot old people." Had there hern HSoot £ ihn non of School Tone. I The Blackfoot school board h der consideration the proportion eiteml the tenu of »choul one month, making the session one of nine in-t.-M.il of eight mouth*. The extension of time I« necessary in order to complete the high school courue *ud prepare the large cl*** for graduation next year, otherwise the eight month* *e**ion will clo*e April 12th. It i* underntood that Pocatello and Idaho Kail* will have nine mouth* «.-boot, and If It I» the with of tbe |>aIron, of Utackfoot and if they will keep their children in school the extra month the hoard will likely tend the term, of a cu.Uitn with patron* to let their children drop out of achool toward* tbe clo*e of the term and the hoard ba* no disposition to extend the term unie** a»»uri-d of a good attendance. There i* sufficient money io the treasury for an extra month and the board will give It if it be m> requeued. Surely all pa tron* will take advantage of thi* offer. a* un Aa to Ik* p all in i ex it bus been loo much Com. I. Company Coming. Ezra A. Burrell of the Consolidated Implement company of Salt latke, was In the city Saturday arranging for a branch e.iublishmeol of that houae |,ere. He ha* rented tbe Reubelman build lu « on u,e * ide * il1 h » ïe un î "' ,k1 w,ll ' lu lhe n,f * 1 d 'ï g . « Cü ">' \' pU*u* »lock of budgie«, wMjfon *», |*l harrows and alt kind* of farm impie *• ! u , he | nU -ntlon of tbl* company to ] tuent». make Pocatello one of It* great dis I I ,, . . mood .tint company, Monday afternoon j at 4 o'clock, wbeu a full *bift of mun «ere at work, and. Il la Ix-IRued, from «3 to At perished. Tbe majority of I .. . I i .. u ,... 1 . 1 . 1 lb— « l.o were imprisoned and |*rl*li- , eti mem Finn» «nd IUtliatis. ! ; fi I» not kiKiuti buw the* 6rd oritfiu- i atUc bed to the ! , i , company. The «une niinu caught fire j ! Ill December, 1*«8, and waa not opened I U lUuling poInU and ll* coming will la- | welcome new* Ui Pocatello (k-oplu.— J 1 Advance. ! Awful Oiiatter ot Kommoror. : y ^ bruk „ oul No . , n ,| n „ D la- ! ' ^ avérai uionlb*. Black foot and Houston Railroad. \ The H.iley Time* U positive that the tllackf«»l *nd Hon. tot. railroad : «III be built in the summer and will »•»■P 1 «*«* '*! Oelobcr !*i ! It .«y* J. W. Mackey, Wayne Dari |, ngU(n an() Mr Matthew., former own J 0 f ,he Ketchum amcltlng works, are |n|i , rT(|<K j w m, u. I». and Oregon Short , p , hg euu.irucllon and ownership of the new road, Epitomised. Mary, lamb, Fleerc. »miw, Mary, went. Lamb, (o. Lamb, 'loped K*r «way. Mary moped Livelong d»y. Mary 'loped Uke lamb. Holh happy As a clam. Village Marchai. Iward of trustees at Its meeting elected 1. Mr. Smith is one of The Wednesday evening, Smith, Marshal, the pioneers of the town, having been a resident thereof for about 20 years. HI* friend, make up the cen*us roll of the E. of ' town. The poet, James Whitcomb Illley, the beginning of an t'oie nt on oc autumn reason : "The frost '« ,ho P«n'l lktn And the fodder I» In the «hock. But were ho ou hum! today he would rlte : The And the mud I» And ladle* at the crossing First shudder and then they weep. Weep for petticoat* and stocking» Ruined while wading In lhe slush, And spectators in their pity Turn their heads and halfway blush. fmsl Is nut of the ground ikle deep, U Mr Frank Lamb of Lori hiver and of lllackfoot, Misa Ethel Thompson „ere married at the Hanks hotel, I or I,,Ho. Wednesday evening, February congratulations of friends ii ro re* * f : lho old bad A ftcr the parties look the train for the»weaL Thev will spend some days In Hailej and Shoshone before returning to their Lost river. home on Oeo. Monroe. "Sc.ley," was given 50 days In the county jail by Justice Smith Ît the trial Wednesday Notion of ap neal was given. The railroad company las after -Scaley'* in a little coal mat t«r. BINGHAM COUNTY, ORDINANCE NO. 5. Aa Ordinance to Ragalat* th* Running at Largo of Stock Within tho limit* of tho Village of Blackfoat. Ik* It ordained by the Chairman and Board of Trustee« of the Villau« of Black foot. Idaho, flee. 1 . That It »hall be unlawful for any cattle, bornes, mule«, sheep, trouts, bum, or live stork of any kind, to be running at ianre, without a driver, herder or attendant, at any time du rina the day or nlirht, within tbe cor* poratr limita of said Villain* of Black foot In the County of Binirham and State of Idaho, and such loose stock shall forthwith lie tin p itiiMled by the Villaire Marshal and released only upon payment by the owner thereof of all damifies done by such animal* together with the costs of impounding, which shall be |S.<N> each, and keeping of such animals, which shall be 25 cents per day per head for caille, sheep, goats and hogs, and SO cents a day for •h horse or mule; If not so redeemed with in one day after confinement, shall be sold at public auction after ad vent* ment by posting notices of sale in three public places within the village for 5 days, and all proceeds from such sale or sales, after paying the said dam ages and accrued costs, «bull be refunded to tin* owner of such snlinais Provided, however. That uotbingherein con tained shall lie construed to prevent or to in terfere with tbe passing of stock to and from the range in the morning and evening of each d*y during the summer mouths from water at any time when attended by a herder lot»«* and at large otherwise than as hereby permitted within said village shall be taken trespassing and disposed ot as it. demand. • to an<! driver: but any such live *tuck mimI flWMWWl Rprelfiljclore provided. \' n pcrsi'ns owning pigs, sheep or goats and alh»wing tho same to run at large upon the highways shall be guilty of uiittdemcNiior a ltd fined for tbe first offense f|0 with fft additional lor each subsenjuent of ». It shall be the duty of tbe Marshal to impound all such animais and If the penalty not paid within 24 hours, to sell such ani mals at public auction and pay over the Mved lroui such sale to the clerk. Sac. 2. Any person f 4*1 ^ I •nt by the owner there- j I uf of all damage* done l>jr auch animals upon j " r * ul " r: ■ lawful eiiol.»ui-e. togetlier with 0 . 1 . 1 » of Impounding which ih.ll !«■ AJ.0U Und keeping such animal*. which shall be» ! j lrI11 , „ rtM) . Ior lK , rn t ,,Kk am] so cent* * day I lllr honour mule nod ir mit so redeemed with-1 moneday after rontlnetm-fit .bail besold at I I'ubUr auetton alu-r advertisctnent by post 1 mg muk-vsof sak-ln three |tubltc pUee* with-| , J^ ,„ rS , lld «„ prl>0 „-d» , ! friMO fa j c a fu-r paving tbe saJd dsmag^s and i H,-rrovd costs, shall u» rwfuudtd to tht ! a. *uch ,n.m*. J j aunt | J Her. 2. That any dangerous, vicious or brtwrhy aniiosl of any kind found at large with the limits of the village of Hlsckfoot »hall Ik- impounded by thi' Marshal and re leased «»lily up<»n pay ! «»«■ I ! ! t»n demand. JOHN W. JONES. Chairman. . Clerk. 1'jtf.Md and » I proved. February 2T. 1W1. ' Atte.t: 8 1» Hitu at PRIMER LESSORS For Hortet, Coot, Sheep and Hogs. I.KBSON I. What Have you heurd the news? new«? Why. you cannot run loose on It that *o? Y ea, the street* any more, that I* so. j 50 & LESSON' n. Why can we not run loose on the streets any more? Because It is against the law. I sire ted village. Well, can we go to the range? Yes, we can go the range.«nd have tbe freedom of tbe range, be' fun to run on the range. VVhat law? A law of the in It will LESSON III. See that man with a badge on his coal? Who Is th.at man? That man is the village marshal. What will he do? He will catch us if ho finds us running loose on the streets, do then? He will put us in a pinfold. And what Is a pinfold? A pinfold Is a jail for cattle and horses, not waul to get lu a pinfold. But if he should catch u* how could we getont? Our masters would have to pay our fines and take usOUt/Well, I II not run loose after thi*, you see If I do. of And whnt will he Then I do Eight applicant* are taking the ex luatioii today for teachers' certifi cates. The questions given are, per haps, the most practical ever sent out from the State superintendent's office. This is pleasing to all concerned. by some of the questions am In years gone given out by State superintendents were as written testimony of how little they knew about practical education or any kind of education. Railroading is being reduced to suYh a jierfect system that the loss of life of passengers was no greater In 1900 than It was In 1895. and It is a known fact that travel I» on the increase all the The I Ohs of life nmotltf employes I i«ter becfiUHO of their overwork lime, was gre and extended hours on duty. Three gnards were appointed for the penitentiary Wednesday: Solon Orr of Blackfoot, Populist, T. D. Weston, of Kootenai. Democrat, and John Brough of Lemhi, Populist, please. Two to one, if you TO CUT SAGEBRUSH. Wanted 85 acres of land, on West Parties cleared of sagebrush. Side, looking for such a job will call on or J. B. DavIs, j address March 1, 1901. Bryan, Idaho. Wall Paper. "Just drop In. we will he glad to see you, and show you the latent and liest WALL PAPERS.—New denlgus for Spring, 1901. We do not sell by sample, but curry the slock for immediate de livery. 1 HULL & WOODRUFF. COLD CUKE EUR BUST EEOEI.E. Many people neglect a cold became they eay they have no time to attend to it. Krause's Cold Cure ia a remedy whiuli can be takcD without danger while |)erforining your daily duties, and will relieve the moat aggravated cuaes in 24 boura. Price 25c. bold by Hull dt Woodruff, druggiats. ■ STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Notice ia hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Eastern Idaho Water company will be held at the office of the company in Ulackfool, Idaho, on Tueaday the 12th day of March, 1901. JAB. McTUCKEH, President. Black fool, Idaho, Feb. 21, 1901. FOR SHATTERED NERVES. A remedy that will soothe. build up the wasted tissues and enrich the blood ! la indispensable. Lichty'a t.'elury Nerve | Compound baa been wonderfully anc-1 esasful in case*of nervousness, Hand* of grateful |>eople will testify. Sold by Hull & Woodruff, druggist*. thou o o Hotic*.—Stockholderi' Mooting. | Notice ia hereby given that tbe an nual meeting of the Stock holders of ' the Corbett Slough Dlteh Co. will he I held on Saturday. March 2d, 1901, at 2 j o'clock, p. m., at the courthouse in j Blackfoot, Idaho, for the purpose of officers for the eusuing year. - , , . . . ! and the tranactlng of any business that I may come before the meeting, E. A. l)OUD. Seci-etary. Blackfoot, Ida., Feb. 14, 1901. , 4 NOTICE I The rejrulnr annual tneetincr of the Stockholders of the Black finit (^reamcrj* ! Co. will be held at the Court House in ! Black foot on Monday, March 4lh t 1901, at 2:00 p. in. Beside» the election of officers, busi ness of great importance to every stock holder will come before the meeting. Every stockholder is requested to l>e present. By order of the Hoard. W. D. Trego. Clerk. Blsckfoot, Ida., Jan. 29lb, 1901. j There is probably no disease or con dition of the human system that causes more suffering and distress than piles. TABLER'S BUCKEYE RILE OINT MENT cures them quickly, without pain or detention from business. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, 75c. at Hull & Woodruff's. to in his is do? a he NOTICE TO SHEER OWNERS. Tn purauance of a lejrislatlve enactment en titled "An act to suppress con tap tous and In fectious diseases of sheep; to create the oflUtx^ of sheep inspectors, to provide for the ap he pointaient of the aame. and fix ihelr compen sation; making the doing of certain acts a crime, and provtdlnjr for the punishment of the same, and for other purposes." Approved February 25th. IHM«. I have designated the followinir as (he boundaries of the Hinifrhain county sheep district, which will be under the immediate supervision of A. J. Stxuirer, of Iona, deputy sheep inspector, to-wit : Commencing at the junction of the Snake and Blackfoot rivers, thence up the lllackfoot river to the junction of said rtv verine creek, thence up Wolverine creek, to Its head, thence over the divide to the head of Birch creek ; thence down Blreh creek to Wil low ('reek ; thence duo north to south fork of Snaae river; thence down Snake river to place of beirlnninir State Sheep Inspector, Franklin, Idaho. A. J. Stakqkh, Iona. Idaho, Deputy Inspector for Hitiffham (X>. District. do wilh Wol ex per out T. O. LOW, In Stakqkh, Deputy Inspector for Hitiffham (X>. District. NOTICE. I N THE PROBATE COURT OF BINGHAM COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. In the matter of the estate of Dora Ash. <te oeaoed. Order to show raune why order of »ale of real estate should not la* made. James M. Stevens, the administrator of the estate of Dora A ah, deceased, having filed his petition herein, duly verified, praying for an order of sale of the real estate of »aid deoea» I ed.for the purpose therein »et forth.lt Is there fore ordered by the Judge of said court, that all persons interested in the estate of said de ceased, bo and appear before the Probate court ot said Hiugham oouuty, al the court room thereof, in the Court House In lllackfoot in the said county, on Monday, the 25« h day of March, lttt! t at 2 o'clock p. m., then and there to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to soil so much of the real estate of the said deceased, at private sale as shall he necessary ; and that a copy of this order bo published at least four weeks in the Blackfoot News, u printed, published and circulated in Bingham W. A, 8 AMPLIS, Judge of Probate. '»paper county. Dated February 20,1901. ■rite Lind If you wunt a Farm Loan j say & Co., Idaho Fulls, or see O. F. [smith, lllackfoot. A PEACH TALK £ A short time ago we were fortu nate enough to secure a fine lot of California evaporated peaches at an extremely low price, and\ as a special treat we will give you the benefit of the discount. While they last we will sell them at the redicul ously low price of TEN CENTS PER POUND. ■ The peaches are large, mellow, juicy and fine flavored, being grown in Southern California, which is the fi,nest peach country in the world. They are the kind that generally sells for 12 T2 and loeper pound. GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. ^ (MERS FBOXPTU Film G. H. HOLBROOK, PROP. ! | o o | Pur© Medicines, of ' he 2 in of . PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, Wall Paper. SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY. i 4 the in HULL ^ WOODRUFF, Idaho» plackfoot l>e Young Men's-Boys'-Children's CLOTHING Just received Feb. 20th as complete a line of Young Men's, Boys' and Children's CLOTHING As was ever opened up in Bingham County. I WANT YOU TO EXAMINE THEM. I also have 100 Men's suits received late in January that were bought at a BARGAIN And will be sold at a Bar gain. It will pay you to examine my clothing. D. H. Biethan.