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Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
-Week
NO. 66
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1901.
U 14.
E HAPPENINGS. !
— -I
Here for Your IlV
; dO
Information and ; iimif
Pleasure.
»n,
1# run al**»y** t*»« lirul ;
Neun»
down
court
and
Dink * dual.
shade trees were set out on
school g round*. Monday.
,
It
J une,
Iscopal Guild met with Mrs
insult, Tueaday afternoon.
and S. Taylor went out ; strong
j some
Mr . J. A. Bennett -III Wave l * e
eutrst*
nia within a few days.
ci»*
»er uii Monday 's stage.
must
» in the local land o*.*e eon- Smith,
to the standard ol muimam garet
Vil.-y, of Marlin, Ida., was was
Monday, on business.
(ont,
we wish Ui remark: There are
id duller place» than Black foot.
history
Ltlon D a breeder of rheuma
•htr cause* pain In the
tuse
ol
Mr*.
L MUIMc has returned 1ri*tn la
%«» a hither he went on A big Mr.
">•
IVInn ho. been appoloU-4 poat
I Idaho Fall*, vie« ft lUmnda.
M
of prominent vDUing at
ui pre-mat this urmo, High
Fun.ten will hold «»oflrma
vires at St. 1'aol'a. Sunday lua
M*y D*th
let court.
I will soon be effectually eru*ed
> block looted of future thought
fid<-ration
will
time
kegon Stoirt Id"» will make a
of Important change, in It* :
' the
at fft cent* a Unx are
«tien I Veen I ini«* are
her* tea
f evert
far Isi»«'».
ft'.sck foot.
irailjr Warn*n left for Salt l^ike
inday morning
It) s-veral WBCks.
the
will vis
-■
Haler carne in from Antelope « •
two ago to minister at the Ired
f ID*-kf.«it's young men will
r itride'* wr the marriage alun ,
he next few day..
or s|,oup will Ik- chairman of
Lome, greet and wel- j ««
at
1 er »tek daughter.
imitlrm
)« President to Idaho.
12 month* to the beginning of
,,f
bave enrsoed !
wbot
political campaign
fe t the year. have.
railroad grader*
rr and are «poedlng the plow.
*|ar* on the line t« Houston.
lifnoi'* Nonrite« will leave for
M. latter part of the month,
latch the flr*t outgoing ateamcr.
Hamer I* expected to »each St.
«y In June. Upon hi* arrival he
ke up the praclic* of law again
State* of lh« union will oloc» j
wr. thi* year—Virginia. M»*»»-,
». Ohlo.,N«sw Jer*cy and Penn- ;
Stone, primary teacher In the j
ui.
Jones ha* Ireen called to Boi*<'
«irtant htt*lne** connected with
femt'tlt* to Ire made It »he State
illy.
1« Senator* Whltwell nnd llonla
rualena of the Pocatello acRdetny,
Sunday in Blackfoot. guoet* of
or Duliola.
Clnntnnatl clergyman
»I for those of hi* congregation
too proud to kneel and too ;
»Und at prater*.
hoard of trustee* of the Poea
t'sdemy, nrganlaed Saturday by
Ï -1. M. Bennett, president, and
Hotilahan, secretary.
and Mrs. Frawleyeameovcr from
i Monday, for a few day* visit to
recently :
'ere
d homestead where Mrs. Frew
.»her a„d mother live.
.
■Mary Thompson went to Salt
Glty, Saturday morning, In charge
f little «later who will undergo
toont for a fractured arm.
>• Kobelhan came up from Poe»
SaturÜHV, to hark over hi* lllng
snuoty ranch. While up hi, made
1 of ISO Iona of alfalfa for $5 » ton.
t* to
n Harvey, "our Ghmineey,
Mi*« Lambert, of Willow Greek,
Tho eon
on the one
make
* marriage altar today.
Ing couple will arrlvo
; k night train and will
Hoot their poi'inancut home.
To Hang Again.
"Dlamondfleld Jack" who Iihs Ireen
**»««»««» tohaufM oft*,, U« A« uinal
; dO WU* killed, ha» Iteefl »cllteticetl U)
; iimif Kriduy, jun« 2 ).
''Diamondfield Jack," it will be re
, , 1 r a!
m*»nii»ereq f w«« convicted of killing two
; »heephetderft In county, t>everttl
Neun» ugo. KU fUMS ha« been uii und
down in all the courts from district!J,
court to I'niled Stales supreme court
and back again.
I
, , 1
It is not certain that he will hang In •
J une, His attorneys are making a j
There are
; strong fight for his life.
j some remarkable things eonucried with
l * e CM % P*«* " üt * uilt - v ? !
eutrst* of in ur«ler and whk convicted. ;
Anutber man confessed to the killing.
!
must remarkable rase lu the criminal j
;
I
i
!
The Newh is In receipt of an an
nuuncemeiit of the marriage of Itay S. 1
Smith, formerly of Black fool, and Mar- .
garet KliuU-th Hollenbeck,of Eugene,
Oregon, Ui lie celebrated at the home
was tried and acquitted. Tills Is the
history of the west.
Ray S. Smith Wins Oregon Lady.
ol Hi« l«ridr. W«di)s4t,v, May (toll.
Tb« »ff&ouocetnent efth) imy# Mt*, und
Mr*. Smith will b« at bonus to their
friends at Idaho Falls, after June 1st.
la ndvatir« t« offer eonjfni Dilution» to j
Mr. Snmb und t**j»r«**s best wishes and |
.. » for the bride. |
'
T
High Fire Club Adjourns Until
Mr*. G. H. Holbrook entertained the
Weekly High Five club at It« last meet
lua adjourn.ng to the fall and
winter «casons.
The club La* through two
and iU mem tiers
consecutive M-a*»n*
will link forward with pleasure to the
time when they »hall meet again.
Esommation of Eighth Grade.
, , , , i,,, * Inwluv
The Slate Superintendent ha**tttltf j
time for the KIghth Grade Examina- j î sot.
II,Ms) lull and 10th, at 3 ». m , and „nwli
„out) Superintendent ha* named
the folio»-ng place* for the Mamina-j " h *
: Blackfoot, Idaho Fall*. Shelley,
Viet*», lr
the <
»I I
tion*
it.»!» t, I
• !,, and tir») .
Fork, Tilth
made
; many
» (r
joi,it
vYoni ho* U-en rer-eived from the
Word ho* i" • n w* 1 ' * May.
State Sunday school pro-Idem*'. Ibosc. .
, hn , y|, . t . D Melg. will reaen Idaho
F#ll. early Mw.day morning. May 6th. j
thu* enabling him^lo give t*o
j «« »Le Sunday «fh.K.1 convention held,
at Idaho Falla on Monday and 1 nesday.
A Monday morning
May *lb and îth.
>(VW>1(m w ju planned for, to l«fgin at j j^
Ill o'clock. Mr. Melg* occupying most j 1#
,,f the time. Thl* I» no» on the program ! u
! hut will be wry helpful and add great- |
convention. Do (
|y tothe .ucce*. of tne
mit fall to »"end. ou can » ;
ml.* it. A rate of » fare »ml one-fifth (|
subject to an attendance of lift.» or more j
who have paid full fare ha* l«jen kt ant-,
H n left number I» i
cd nil delegate*.
|„, )Wpn | half rate* *»IM ba given it turn
_— j
letter written by
j
Thu following B a
j
Mark Twain, ,
; humorist to Mr « atm.g c •
M î .'in * tl!'' L pal"T- you "re pro*- tl
j ^ , ABtl , K ,-t « hymn D«>k: 1«
r-.
- --- - - ii (i<i •
American
great
the
g r ,.»t deal of g,*«!.
Your* truly,
Mark Twain.
the hymn book.
p S, —Don't send me
.end me the dollar and a half.
of
Fx-Congressman "Private " John AI
len Who Is now a St. Louis World s i ah
mnloslnner, In speaking of hi» $-'- 000
commissioner, tn ( jjlR.ikr a
la vesr salary said. » »»
i month that t draw for serving as * mem*
; t.oul* Fairt ommission
.* mH || «y, very »mall pay, for a man
! of m> - dUtlngulihed
by j ,(, a advantage <>- <>om " k . , , aolN
work re g,.l«rlty, and « -ha U «h«»
mo. 1 believe in regu an .
to
:
The report made public IhM^x-l^'
j master Hooky " rw|«ter of the
j had been ap^ ' 1W (<) u ^.
. 1 llloekfoot land otnee, *uv,
Thom*», I* wholly unfoundw - •
, rhomM - term does not. expire un
November and tho maltet
appointment^ «^of.
» of hl«
VO
made
ton.
not I men
and may
•al month*.
not he for »over
"Indiana Gy*
'hai'le* D. '"Drop* of Ink to
to done,' lh0 ^,' lil|lki .. ,hc g reale»' all
■bool worker In Amer
of the
(
; Make .von
tu ml Sunday »<
eon- • ri-<
one I lea, will I'" the
make I District Sunday -
' ■ Idaho Fall«, - M ".>
drawing feature
■en Mon held
ehool ootiv
,1th and 7th.
at
School and University Land in
Rinnhnm Pnnniu Irlnhn
^
NOTICE OF SALE
ut
\°™' R is HKHKHY oivkn that ON
riiurmdtty the Itstli tiny of May. 11*01, ut 1
o'clock a. m.. there will |* offered for aale
i»ur^xMtit to law. ut public audio«, at the
iimri Moulie * Blackfoot. Blnifham County,
d,,ho ' tn,0,# of HUU! tawU •" ua "* d ,n
County as follows, to-»it :
IIekckicti«*. Sr.c. Tr. H. Vai.UK pkk Achk
Dill-U2.lt srrcsiie
kE', sku
hot H*acresl a«
lot 3,25.31) sc ) :«
«0.00
10.00
to.ts)
lo.oo
N. 37 E.
1» I N. 37 K.
3 N. 37 E.
3 V. 37 E.
3N. 37 E.
M 3N.37B.
3 N. 37 E.
38 3 N 37 K.
38 3 N. 37 K.
38 3N.37K.
38 3 N. 37 E.
38 3N.37E.
38 3 N. 37 K.
j-j "«*• *
I*»t îh*#-35»
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
104»
10.00
10.00
10 . 0 )
looo
i*4.oo I
10.00
15.00
10.00
12.50
12.50
If JO
Lot 4»«.;<P(
I<K ' < KRl *
NK 1 , KK>,
XW'S SB'S
sm, se>,
SK's HE'<
NK*t
SW'S
»W't
SB',
nw ne>,
*** J*
NW ^ K ,*
fli« terms an<1 conditions of sale will be
found in "An Act Defining the Duties of the
»isle hoard of Land i ommlssioiiers." Fifth
38 2 8. 35 K.
38 « S. 35 B.
38 2 8. 35 E.
30 2 8. 35 E.
35 3 N. 3« E.
35 3 N. 38 E.
35 3 N. 38 K.
35 3N 38 K.
15.50
Uoard.
AH lands upon whink there is now a regu*
,.r,y ls»u„. W«- «... he soid suhl«, D, the
condition* of said lease.
Laws. 1HMH. Page 78.
A|>pr«lM-d value amt fwrtleular descrlplton
may la* found In the office of the County
Treu surer, or at the office ol the UiateLand
!
iSortu No lands will he sold for le*» than
»t purchase price. cs*b on dty ot »al».
By order of the Stale Board of land Com
, ^ TKI NKNBE h" A .
Chief Clerk.
Secretary.
llEI.IMtCEST SÜTH F-.
Î IDAHO WATER COMPANY
location ot principal pince
niiufhaiu county,
j
Notice—There I« delinquent upon the f»l-]
Inwluv described »nick on account of *»se»s
Ä icricdon tbc38th day of January, j
î sot. the amount set opposite the name
„nwli bolder »« tollows.
J. » K Ho««-«, ccrilth-ate No. lit».
" h * rr *
rrilBKASTRKN
A a cs.r|M«rMn«»n.
of business, Hlm k fou.
Idaho.
\
the
«I h Isw and the order
irporiition
And in aceontanne
»I I he t*nrd of truste»-» ot the
said »till day ot January. ttWI. so
ny Ik* new«*
*ôi Ih !i f-7!!
ill lliHi Kio.n,
25 , 1 , day of!
•»»oient, wst
made <s
* of said slock us
many
» (r y win he sold ut public uucti««
joi,it office at til*' company
. on the
Idaho, st 3o'clock p.
May. ivmt. to pay ddlnqucnt uss<
. aid.•■rtlsinw «'»' cvimnscoi sale,
ny order of B<u»rd of Tftstoc*
j Jons ""^''"^Vd^^u-rCo.
Blackfoot, tdalak Aprilm H»'
JANGLING NERVES.
j^ re you irritable? Do you sleep badly.
1# j(| to courent rate your thoughts?
u your lit c pfmr? Do you feel tired,
, tms HO d despondent? Try Liehty s
( y Nerve Company. It will do you
•e g.KKl than anything you have ever
Sold by Scolt & Go.
; mot.
(|
j
i
F1>K HAY 1UM H FOB SALE.
\ fine hay ranch. 1«0 acres, inclosed,
dwelling and other buildings, water
for sale as a bargain. A »nap
j right etc
for sheep or cattle
j Apply to or address, M-.ws utiut.
.ii.r.-stion is the only foundn
tl „ n 'L''perfeet heallh. The food we eat
|IlllUes H || the blood we lmvc ^
«a,« q - r:
ensures go, kI health. Price .10 cents at
Scott A Go.
lirait write Lind
O. F.
If you want a Farm
& Go., Idaho Falls, or
S miih, Blackfoot.
see
say
S
!
1
Sore Lungs
mean weakened lungs —all
caused by a cold and cough
Weak lungs sooner or later
mean consumption.
i
Shiloh's .
Consumption
Cure
•ill heal and strengthen the
cold and stop the
«
lungs, cure
cough.
l.j /nr Yf.ni — had bemorrharv*
«*î cooghed for y ^ 0 f C on«im,)
^*«KoKÎ.Nur.i Âiind ct)
Shth-V. C r *n»F«" "À*
dr»s*E** IÄ * <r ».mm« with ®W) iMvtU«*
V, r v:,u-r'*m r .T,»Vl.lff K>> '« vour dra B a).l
l„d *»« y-»> r n, " n '^k on cnwampH"«. Sent
„5SS I«« 1 «""- s- c -* Co ' 1 * RoJ '' N,Y
Hotel From the New School Laws.
The new school law« go into effect
May 1st.
Next «ehool year begins Monday,
September 2d, 1901.
The school age has Inten changed
from 5 to 21 years to from 0 to 21 year».
Every district in the State must have
least five month» of school or the
district will lupse.
The school census will he taken this
Monday in July,
school censu" will be taken on tlie first
year at the usual time. vi/. : on the first
After this year the
from
dUtriri by the State board of education.
Monday in April.
At least three per cent of the moneys
annually appropriated to any district
shall be applied by the trustees for the
maintenance of a school library; selec
lions of book* forawhioh beiug made
list of books furnished to each
ABOUT CERTIFICATES.
County certificate« shall be signed by
the county superintendents and associ
ate examiner or examiners.
First grade certificates shall be grant
ed to all applicants, otherwise qualified
by law, who shall have passed all the
branches heretofore required, and al
gebra. general history and rhetoric in
addition thereto.
The holder of a third grade certifi
cate shall tie ineligible to obtain an
other certificate of the same grade.
Teachers holding valid second grade
certificates, with an average of 90 per
cent, or alsive, may take the additional
branches and receive a first grade eer
tifieale.
County superintendent may renew
first grade certificates at their expira
tion. so long as the teacher is actually
engaged in teaching.
Primary certificates shall be granted,
to be good only in primary departments
of graded schools, and which includes
the first four grades, and examination
f„r *uch certificates shall be uponques
tions prepared hy the State su perinten
deut of public instruction.
HEW MILLINER.
Miss Mary Thompson bas bought the
entire stock of millinery and millinery
£<hk1h carried by Mrs. K. K. Jackman.
and is offering great bargains to the
.
trade liefore moving to her
room in the McDonald building.
Miss Thompson purposes to give to
the ladies of Blackfoot and surround
k first-class millinery
ew store
ing country
establishment in »II of it» departments
and solicits an inspection of goods and
prices.
i
\ STOCKMEN
» & RANCHERS' »
♦HEADQUARTERS.*
The Blackfoot Har-4
è
uess Co. is opening up^
ta fine line of California#
^Saddles, hand madel
#Bits & Spurs at prices^
Jto suit the times. We
ïmanufacture all kinds
iof hand made Har
▼Saddles, Bridles, Halt
!
A
ness
1
and straps out of
(Cl'S
▼the best grades of Cal.#
! leather. Call and see*
1 'our stock & get prices.
i
All
We du all kinds or repairing,
werk gitnrnnlced.
iBIackfoot Harness ,Go.J
ï C. 0. BR00KBANK. Mgr. Y
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Blacksmiths and
Wheelwrights.
STEPHENS BROS.
Successors to R. J. Osborn.
Do nil Kinds of UlnrlismUli nnd Wheel
wright AVrn-k. Horse, Sharing it Spec
ially.
"À*
a).l
Sent
N,Y
I
Pull and See Thrill.
North Main St., Blackfoot.
WaéaA
Baking*
Towder
►):
v

e s
■ ■
e: 3
u
m
• Wl
IP
Superlative
in Strength
and Purity.
Improves the flavor and adds
to the healthfulness of the food •
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NOTE.—There are imitation baking pow
ders sold cheap by many grocers.
They are made from alum, a
poisonous drug, which renders
the food injurious to health.
FRIGE BAKING POWDER OO.
OHIOAQO.
The Oregon Short Line company is
contemplating a change in its Hue at
Idaho Falls, and tuake its crossing of
Snake river several miles above town.
The president left Washington at
10:30 Monday for his 10.000-mile trip.
He will pa»s through Idaho near the
close of the month.
Strayed or STOLEN-Froni my ranch
on the West Side, live miles from Black
foot, Friday, April 10th, two thorough
bred earns, laith sheared, no brands.
One has brown spots on face, and laith
have tin tags with Clias. Steadman,
West Jordan, in ears,
reward for information which will lead
to their return to my ranch.
Geo. A. Worden.
1 will pay $5.00
S3
I™"
A moment and think of
the rediculously low
price at which we are
selling goods.
For Instance s
Men's striped duck shirts, at 25c, 35c, 45c.
Mens heavy work shoes at $1.25 and $1.50.
Men's light dress shoes $1.25,1.50 up to $4.50
Men's underwear, per suit 50, 60 and <5c.
Ladies' fine shoes 75e up to $3.50.
Ladies' heavy shoes 75c up to $2.00.
And afl other goods at like prices.
Winter Shirts, Caps,
overshoes, fascinators
gloves, mittens, etc. at
HALF PRICE.
Gall and see us at THE FAIR STORE
HOUCK & HOUCK,
Props. I
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SOUTTE
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ef
Scenic
Routes
illuutiu<t
Trains
VO*
Daily
sag
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GREAT SALT LAKE ROU TE
Most Magnificent Scenery
IN AMERICA.
tAKl
rUtLOA« PAUCE. SSÄ""
W. C. McBRiDE, General Agont, Butte, Montana. _
I
HEINTZ, General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake Utah.
T iin-im - — -*-1
GEO. W
Blackfoot is prominent in the rail
road cfilntmis of the great metropolitan
dailies.
hack seat and moved up nearer the
stage.
The town council of Idaho Falls has
appointed Andrew Marker, marshal.
Marker made a good soldier and after a
term it will be said Marker made a
good marshal.
Blackfoot has abandoned her
Piano Tuner and Cleaner Coming.
W. A. Smith, of Montana, the well
known Piano Tuner, will be in Black
foot soon.
bold their pianos for him in order to
get first-class work done.
Customers will do well to

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