BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901.
Tht Pocaiallo Aeadomy.
Senator Theo Turner bp* done his
nd southeastern Idaho Brent ser
I Mteurlng a Stale Academy at
He could not have done
for them In a single term.
It I, «holly unnecessary to speculate
the blessing* to ootne tn this porUoa
„IK,, state from such an lustllutloa.
K»ery intelligent ol*.l**n know.of them.
p to Governor Hunt and to
of Foealello to inuke the
|| Is now
po,t of this Htate eharge.
If the good people of the town will
ukr hold of It ns a Htate institution
ud not a« a fee simple gift to the town,
>W 1 «uh their accustomed push and
pruic «til build it upon a higher loon
gallon than a local school and will make
^ il «hat Is eonUmiplated by Its pro
!aotei>, and If the governor will give to
It educated men, thoroughly educated
aad (M-acih at business men for trustees,
tkco it i> plain that l'ocalello will give
lathe publie a school equal lo the liest
inu tuH.unlalu regions. An
Am*! - in) of thUcharocUtr L une uf the
•redsnf ihn time* and of this particular
of the Htate. Its true begin
*iag of life l* now with the governor
asc aitli l 'ovale I lo.
It* Gamo mud Fith Law.
Tbe a«* game nod flat» law I'X-.'-d t.y ulng
prm-at legislature, provides a license jtree».
kir every fisherman and hunter to the
fimic over the age of IS year..
Ilctnw 1 . rt*rd at *1 and I* obtaloabl
from the warden, his deputies or a jur
lw uf the |*-aee.
Nos ri-.ideeta are !•» pay 131 for hunt- I
log and li.hlag, or fl. for fishing only. 1
Tin. Is |iv.*-Meally a livens« law. In,
Im year* It will las the most unpopular i n
the houle*. Not that the average this
uiucb for Uni amount
of #1. d<*rn a fid «««I, but fur abat be calls
tn ftbridifuf hi« rlfeht* In a *tcw
Sul** where 0**b are pietiüful and
»Waid le freu tu bim th«> bandle tbe
bioii and litt«* «i*d tt»i alone.
Thr »♦»if»«* and o**t man and dynamiter «
id ta» Ilf*tn»r*«S to the extent of !*»>*• j
kib üt o U»t to take «wnv U»e book and
ha* fiuiti from a n« au or tum«n vrhn
«mail a few time* in a ******>n will j
M be |>le.v«ing to a maturity of rr*i*
Mining Mama from Marita, Idaho.
moved their families Into j Old
camp In.t week and went lo work on j
th. K» -) stone, a properly owne*l by Ja«. ! ,j,
llsif. «hlch Iim a prtntilslnf future,
Wr. Huff I,«« long contended that lie ;
h«d the main Horn Sflrer ledge on his \
ground and .«ys a few more feet will
firmr hi. aueilions, by opening up a
i*«!) id ore that will at once place hi*
pn-p-ii) l. v.md the proapectlve stage
« tlm# place him on the
and *t til
'"no «li!« nf ea*y street
M--n ure at work on Trilby, Klla and
Fork Mammoth rlaims. Hoisting works
■ ill I»- put oo the Paymaster. # prop
vrt) in ( î it urn wood gulch, a* aooo
the si Ü
A deal |a oo tapis here on one uf the
rlnltn* that when concluded will fur
am, several men employment.
•vim» |a going very f«»l and the hill*
March I, I HOI.
Gmntad Taachara' Cartiheata*.
Tin- fnllowing applicant* for teachers
certificate* „t |«*t Friday's examina
tarn p„H«c,| »uece**fully :
l'irai Grade -F.ngra -Smith, Basalt.
•Second tirade- E. H Wakefield and
rm , *t Trego, Black finit
Thii,1 tirade Elbe LaFtver,Gertrud«
rhoni|»on, Blackfoot; Arthur It. Ml»
p. Anderson, Idaho Falls; Mu
tliia* Benson, Bryan.
A if lum Diraciora.
Governor Hunt has appointed T. E.
•tick* of Rexburg, J. W. Ballentlne
"f Bellevue, and B. F. Morris of Lewis
'"N. Asylum Director* for two years
lie of appoliitmenl.
Will Cloaa For Sunday.
F. W. Hooker, Intrber, announces that
O" and after the Ifilh of March, he will
clo »e hi* shop
hihlnlglit arid keep the same closed tin
111 Monday morning.
■hniilai make a note of this *n<l ffovern
in vive* accordingly.
Saturday night at
»«•rift Davis has begun spring elcatt
•»g almut the court yard «nil will keep
ll »I» until the entire ground* ll "
fleaii and attractive a« a city plaza or
The county will be pleased at
"'U and the town will lie proud of It.
• he sheriff'* curly beginning of spring
'"'ek show* how he will keep the publlo
Abounds entru*ted to hla oaro.
Collected Here for Your la»
•pection, Information and
Fruit growers' association In Black
Hyrd Trego Is expected home witbl
a few days.
Mrs Kmtly Wurren was reported ser
iously slek yesterday.
eratic (Slate convention.
a bid for the next Demo
President McKinley carries a life in*
su ranee |*»)icy for $50.000.
Rev. Mr. M « y er» at Ht. Paul's, Sun
day morning ami evening.
Mr.. Given-* has returned from a ten
days visit lo Zion by tlie Lake.
The patient* in the asylum have
reached the high water mark of 222.
Judge Rich will find a crowded docket
awaiting him at his May term of court.
Fourteen new ci
... . „ . ... ,
Mim* Li/rle < i iaweü hsa l»een a irreal . w j||
»►uEerrr from tieuralgia several days of j palter
the w«*©k. L,f
'Vwi Side tieofda are cony rat ulating j riddle
e40f small pox were
reported in Sail l*akoCtty, Wednesday.
John G . Drown Is #|**mlintf a few days
I at ht» bo>hood homealt'leveland, renn.
i It I« not out of order to begin pru
ulng and loppiiig oruamenlal and shade
A numberof ranchers have been turn- j
i n ,. up the mellow earth with D«w plows
lh«tUH'lvM on ilielr victory over ibe
Mis. Z -11er. of Hlackfoot. «as régis
tered at the Kenyon. Hall Lake City.
went to Rexburg j
the as- ! trust.
Friday nuHtiing u* take part
j ^ U«bt cf*rp«*t «if *lbt* bmftlllifttl* CO«
the floor of imitber efeTth Friday ] c *
St Anthony. Fremont county, had a
♦ 10, UUt> tiro curly one mom log of the
I I Nisi »wb.
j Nobody will deny the statement that. the
I Maivh some dav* Is very close of kin to j
j Old Winter,
j Ml«« Manche Jones will entertain
! ,j, w Weekly High Five club next Mon
Iona I. soon to have telephone com-1. (|
leatioa; IU linn* connecting with (
gently ah Mmi'v*»
the line* at Idaho Falls.
March cam« In
little lamb, but today is like
dy'a mountain lions.
James Miller and family have relum
ed from Oregon
living the past two years.
w. a Khlredgc, of Urown & Eld
redge, has bought the Hunting resi
dence on Fmsl Main street.
here they have beeu
over to Holse
Mrs. Erleson has gone
visit her InislMUid and wime
closing scenes of the legislature.
Lifo I» reckoned not by the
•s of time but by breadth of exper
cure and growth of character.
In all Blackfoot Is en
Not * woman
vlon- or jealous of Mrs. Nation for the
glory she I* winning In Kansas.
The O. H. L. agent at Payette has re
in hare arrested all psr
und off moving trains.
lie* who gel on
vou will think you have seen
»how begin* over again with the new
have lived through a year.
Gen'l Mu«Arthur It»»
î decided to ex
change Filipino prisoners for rifles. A
prisoner for a rifle Is the order of the
THF. NEWS aekowletige* with pleas
ure an Invitation to the Woodman . ball
at Shelley, Thursday evening. March
The News' devil wonder* what cat«
think of Mr*. Nation when
at home and worried ou wash
Prosperity has struck John K.Scarloa.
Wall street financier, over the h
Ho failed this week for ov
The »ccretary of war offera Boise
«Itout a military Instructor
find a retired officer who Is
City high sc
If It can
willing toaccept the positif».
In the ease of the Slate atfalnst Wm.
Johnson for larceny, tried In the pro
•t, Wednesday, the defendant.
||,,y and fined $ln0.
Great excitement preva
the discovery of oil on a
field by the hundred.
lis in Owyhee
ratioh near »"
fiocklug to the
St. Lou In Is laying iu plans to give
tlie Western Hemisphere the biggest
exposition known sinon the day when
Columbus first lauded and kissed Amer
ican soil. All tlie western states will
take s|>ecial pride In It. Idaho will be
particularly proud u> take part because
from old Missouri. Tint News will be
pleased to see Hon. Robert Anderson,
of IdMlio Falls. Idaho's representative
to the Kreut fair. Mr. Anderson Is a i
most capable man for representative.
He is both an Idahoun and Missourian
a number of adopted sons
and Ills prhle would prompt him to see ] purpose
that both states were most faithfully
served. When the time comes Tue j
News will rise in meeting and uottii- !
nate Mr. Anderson, Idaho's best trau, j »hall
fur this distinguished honor. at any
A telegram from Idaho Falls tells of
s free-for-all fight at a dance at Coop
ers' residence in that town, Monday
night. The Hashes were in evidence
and could have furnished hash refresh
ment* for the meeting. Hill Hash lost
a part of his smeller and Ed Hash wears ] dec.
ugly gashes on the part of his anatomy I fur
iU cafettKS by the rcifedftide in early ever
Israelite days a swarm of bees took of the
. .... . . ... , «, Inch
possession and filled It with honey. I» L„
. w j|| now 1*5 j„ order for Teddy'» new«»- i
j palter corr©*|Mttid<3nUî to toll a likestory ' moved
L,f one of his Colorado lions and fix up a j their
j riddle for tlie \\ nut) ingUM** PbUi«tlfi64. ;
where a yoke presses heaviest and on j
bis machine that gives out chin music. _
Ai» parlies to the mix-up wore arrested. | below
When Sampson killed a lion and left
Fori Hall Indian school will transfer ,
a ttumberof it* pupil*, 10 lo 15, within
lew days u, Fort Shaw Indian school, ,,
Montana. Fort Hall has been taxed be- ! for t
; vnnd its capacity all this
inter, and •
ito make comfortable room, the trails- «hall
, . , . , , I * dlnan«-.
fer has been ordered and will Ik- made. ; m( ,
* of the steel ! dollars,
Mr. Schwab, managet
ho-c salnrv ha* been fixed at
ir for five year», says no
! $HUO,000 a y
timti ha»* Cfc
] c *
?s by luck,
r Hcliievcd *ucc
SiK-akittg of his
rays he was boro
•c ot* lu-cidcot,
own early life lie
healthy and poor
Parties contemplating planting trees
I „long streets and alleys should consult ;
ot committee and get !
the village sire
j width for side w alks, etc. There should
h uniformity of all the side walks In
j the resident portions of the town.
('resident McKinley was
for hi» second inauguration :
(| . tM | ue | ieA . Weight 175 uounds. j
( (lest <2 Inches. Collar 16 Inches.
No. 71. Glove No. 7f Has lost ten
|k>iiik1h in four your«#
To license fishermen and hunters was,
not suggested by the thought of Teddy's
great s(>ort with mountain lions and !
b ars iu Colorado. The author of the j you,
hill was not up to that pointai the lime, j
A baby was born in town not long [ ^
said to have Its father's
forehead, its mother's mouth and chin,
and. it was feared, would have its graud
Tlie District Methodist, published at
Idaho Falls,says BlHckfool always pays
UsMeihodlat pastor and presiding elder.
That's a good roport and worthy of all
Malm, the tailor, has eggs from seven
varieties of thorough-bred bens which
Make your choice and place your order.
for sale at #1 per setting.
good lime for boys and girls
to begin laying up nickels und dimes
for the excursions over the Blackfoot
& Houston brunch road.
•eded raisins, currants, citron,
lemon and orange peel, at Holbrook's.
0K0F.lt TO SHOW PAUSE.
IN THE PRORATE COURT OF THE COUN
I ty of Utnghsm, Stute ol Idaho.
of the Estate of Anna M.
In the matter
Order to »how c«u»o why orderet Sale of
Estate should not I"' made.
î of John Montgomery, the *d
of the Estate of Anna M. ltsm
„„„„I, deceased, having filed his petition
■rifled, praying for
Mule (>r the Real Estate of said decedent, for
,l„, purposes therein sot rorth. It Is therefore
ordered by tho said Judge of said Court, that
all portons interested In the os'ats* of saht
deceased, he and appear In'tore the Probate
Court of said »Ingham County, atlheO.nrt
s tn Hluok
the'roof, In tho Court Hou
foot, In tho ftwld County.
,l„y of Ai»ril. 44 * 01 , Ht 2 o'clock V». m., thon and
thoro to show CAU80 why an ordor should not
ho granted to tho sftid administrator to sell so
, h of the Haul KsuUo of the said docoasetl,
Halo. «8 shall fw> noeoasary; and
of this order be published at least
Monday, tho 8th
that a copy
four weeks In The Black font News,
i nner printed, published and circulated In
Bingham County. A - ttAMPLE,
Dated March S. 1901 . Judge uf Prob*. to.
OltlMNAMT, NO. 12.
An Ordinanre Granting n Franchise I«
the Km-lcy Mountain Kell Tele
Be it ordained by the Chairman and Hoard of
Trustees of the Villa«© of Black foot. Ida.
Bec. L That there is hereby «ranted to the
HocUv Mountain lieii Telephone Com puny, a
corporation. IU successor* and axsifrn*. the
right to place and maintain | ole* and wires,
with the arms, braces, and other fixture*
necessary thereunto, over and upon the
streets, alleys and public ways of snld rilltfc
under the direction of the committee on
Bireeu and Public Improvements, for the
yipiyin« to the public <»»minnn
teation by telephone, or other improved elee
! trical device.
] purpose of
Bee. 2. In consideration whereof, Ihe said
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone < '-oui pan y
j »hall agree to allow the ta Id viltagr to attach
at any time to any of said poles the village's
same shall lx* placed and maintained so as
id Company's use, and
Police wires; provided, the
] dec. s. No electric baht or other wire
I fur carrying heavy currents or electricity.
shall approach lo or uerots the Rue of any
! Telephone, Police, or Fire Alarm wire a» a dis
! tance of leas than four feet either above or
said Telephone. Police or Fire Alarm
j wire, and shall be securely la stoned
! ports placed
j Telephone. Fire Alarm
ever any such wire la maintained in violation j
of the provision« hereof, the owner or persons
Inch a rire of said wire shall remove same up* A
L„ » written nouoe to do so. sud in .
i they fail to do so. the same may be re- ; W
' moved by order of the Village Marshal at j ^
j their expense.
not to lati-rfe
under the direction of said Company's Mana
ger In said villa«©. And said Company is to
furnish for village business free of char«©,
and witli exehs
change is maintained iiereuuder, one tele
phone at place to be designated by committee.
near as practkîsb'e to said i
itiier wire. When -1
in not having the right
who shall inter!
jthortty to do
it, remove, break, deface.
e with. I
Police* or Fiie Ala
! limits of said villain*, and any person without
,, llthorttJ , , odo ^ wh<> „ ha |i u „, poles
! for t |, u rposc ot posting thereon bills or sd
. or who
• vertisunents of any kind wliaunev
«hall vfcdate any., f ihe provisions of this 01-
dlnan«-. sliall l>e dccoM-d guilty of a mlsdc
; m( , atl(ir , lld u|xm c<)nv tctl<m thereof shall la- i
mil cxtx-fd ii« «me liundml •
! dollars, and the costs of the pruaecutto
Bee 5. The provisions
•e tliervof is pIacchI
I ho Village Clork by said Rocky Mountain
Bell Telephone Compaiiy.
ti. The right hereby «muted shall not
; la? exclusive, but Village Trustees reserve
! the power to grant
JOHN W. JONRS.A Imitman.
Attest: B D H1I.L1 ABU, Clerk
Passed and Approved Feb. Î7. 1901.
fined fit any
f this ordinance
flh* In the office of
Assessment No. 23 of the Eastern
. Idaho Water Company is uow delin
ami h11 8l(>1,,< "I«' 11 which the
I assessment is uot paid by March 23d is
I subject to sale.
! John Montgomery, Sec'y-Treas.
! Blackfoot, Idaho, March 7, 1901.
! "Just drop in. we will lie glad to see
the j you, and show yon the lutes' and liest
j WALL PAPERS.—New
i Spring, 1901. We do not sell by sample,
[ ^ ™ th *
livery." HULL & WOODRUt t.
Notice Is hereby given tliut the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of the
Easteru Idaho Water company will la
held at the office of the company in
Blackfoot, Idaho, on Tuesday the 12th
day of March, 1901.
Jas. MoTUCKER, President.
Blackfoot, Idaho, Feb. 21, 1901.
HOW TO CURE A COLD.
Don't go to bed. Don't stop
Don't take a Turkish bath and render
yourself liable to an attack of pneu
lent capsule Torrn, will eure you in 24 |
They are pleasant to take and
Kruuse's Cold Cure, in conven
ouuse no ringing in your head or other
greeable sensations. Price 25 cents.
Sold by Hull & Woodruff.
I N THE PROBATE COURT OF BINGHAM
COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO*
In the matter of the estate of Dura Ash, dir
rby order of sale of
Older to show cause
real estate should not he made.
James M. Stevens, the administrator ot the
estate of Dora Ash, (lo
Ml, haviii« flit d his
ifted, praying tor
petition heroin, duly
order of sule of the real estate of said deceas
ed.Tor the purpose Hierein set fortb.ltisthere
tore ordered by the Judge of s*hi court, that
all !>eraoii8 interested hi thu estate of said de
ceased. be and apiiear Ih-Toio the Probate
ty, at tho oourt
court of 8ftid Bingham
thereof. Iu the Oourt Hounolu TIUoktoot
In the said county, on Monday, the S.VI» day iff |
March, MOI. at S o'clock p. in., the
lo show oauso why an
granted to the said administrator
muoh of the real estate of tho said deceased,
at private sate as shnll he necessary : and that |
a copy or thts order he published at least tour i
tho Itlacktisit News, a newspaia-r I
d circulated In Bingham I
«nd there* j
ordor should not bo j
prinlud, published h
W. A. 8AMFLK, Judge of Frobutc.
ry 20. 1001.
A PEACH TALK
A short time ago we were fortu
nate enough to secure a fine tot of
Calif or nia,> evaporated peaches at
an extremely low price, and ' as a
special treat we will give you the
benefit of the discount. WhHe they
last we will sell them at the redicul
ously low price of
TEN CENTS PER POUND.
The peaches are large, mellow,jaicy
and fine flavored, being grown in
Southern California, which is the
finest peach country in the world.
They are the kind, that generally
sells for 12 12 and 15c per pound.
GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY. «£;
^ ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
G. H. HOLBROOK, PROP.
J Pure Medicines, 1
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, j
i SCHOOL supplies and stationery.
HULL ^ WOODRUFF,
Just received Feb. 20th as
complete a line of
Young lien's, Boys' and Children's
As was ever opened up in
I WANT YOU TO EXAMINE THEM.
I also have 100 Men's suits
received late in January
that were bought at a
And will be sold at a Bar
gain. It will pay you to
examine my clothing.
tour i B
D. H. Biethan
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