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Twice-A-Week
Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
VOU 14.
blackfoot,
BINGHAM COUNTY,
IDAHO, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1901.
NO. 07
THE VERT LATEST HEWS
from
Uur Boise
THE VERT LATEST HEWS
......
Pocatello is pleased with the sit« for
academy building,
glaekfwt continues at the head of
fitly tow»« in the »lat«.
V si f- ... - » If .1
Auditor A M. C arter of Fremont, is
is Blsi'kftsit on court bnsioes*.
Collected from the Harrest Fields of
Town amd Counts
It,-. Bridges came up from Uoss Kork
art) In bloom.
fruit tree#
Prid»>
Governor Hunt may go to llulTalo.
ibis month.
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Owjbve county contributed a patient
I»tiiea*>tutu Friday.
Uiw French, KUU* superintendent, is j
lulling ** bool* lu l.'swi« eouul). ;
The IJ.nh* hotel. Soda Siwl«n», wa»
^■ WSMIII, M«) l»t.
for two days all s»t >*ound train.
hitWn roun'ng behind lime.
t*. E Thum, Indian trader, earn«- from
iheKu». Kork agency, Wednesday.
Ur Qooter anil wife, of Mont («Iler,
it. of Mr. anti Mrs. Chalmera.
serf
Um* Nati Gallagher, court atetioc
npfcsr. u .topping with Mr«. Hart.
..«« 1 er and Mr. Ilutl<>r. n
i (wot Thursday In Itliu-kf<«>l

is ready to supply tbr world
• m il» un«ly dlmsuv«: «J fields
T«»«.
•Hi oil
Mayor Turner,of I'oealello, Is repnrl
»4 quits
Pursir in bail • dust slortn Wed ne»
4*y sfi.t :*.» n akin to • Natisra ».moon.
rit and confined to bis room.
!.«•' »■ ,r over IAi.iW Amorl.-an. «1.- j
and them ,|«nt fsaiik«,. •
une«» makes the feast hut ap
• «; makes the elteerfulne«,.
(barkb.it riser I, near theoreifin*
«ted on lh« me«.jr'Di; rod
ntt'k -a
1 Ko
w#
IV jury for this lernt of district
I« called for duty ne»l Mon
«•»rt »
0rrr1«|f) of St«ti< IbikCtt «'«»«hak
ith IliicItfutHlrkixl«, Wed
iit kai
W If l*K.-ketf. the ßtdM *Ut>rn*f, |
.» »u«'b 'Un«**» «I thil * 0**100 wf the
Uriel i ifurl.
,f
,(
iktiator lleltfeld will make • Ittur
«fitste tinfor« the nrll meeting
Wm. TbrnnpwNI, bw pttrehaeed the S.
te«»lene« In lh« southern
c.ruh
unot it
«n.
The
• tumor, question »««1 on train«
When will we arrive
«t Unt <i«v t. :
n ni.es
Air. Ferrell and wife, of Missouri, arc
visit
No of Freato.
family Of Mr. J. W. <'h»I"
It t If
B II It rthnn *nrt Prof. Johnson pur
v*«»ed :ijt »eres of land on the West
*4r. thi. w.-ek.
s
Stven. ear load* of grader* impie
»«il* have been unloaded and sa t up'
!
!
,or **rvli •• tliiw week.
The rain storm of Thur»day after
»«Ui and night was general through
°»i m iili. a.iurn Idaho.
»
The ?
IIksvw
* r «ing m that vicinity. !
II,a,, w. .(, liryan ia expected to
» > ILi.i. during the session of the
..'K-s in Jul, ,
^■tweméusAsmTs^ were ;
w|,h home.eek.ir*; they
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S. Bonham,of t.ew l.vllle. memlier |
"* tlie l«m î, I of trustee* of the l*oca-1
W *° »eadeniy, I* in
*'"la spring,Chieftain #ny* that
VHlft .'bki.OOO brad of illCCI»
Th.
town.
*1 HI titnho Fall* paiil the price
»bill» attempting to Hoard a !
iraln Wednesday. j
Immigration Gommlmloncr Barrett!
gone to tho Buffalo exposition and !
A lout i
n ' * fun!
Infight
: I -
*il|
remain »rvcral week*.
( '"'piftor* McPherson and flood In
the orchard* ;in tho asylum
,r " 1 ' 1 iotrsday after noon.
K -* r " r *t W. Billiard, of Boston, broth
of Drintly Cl,.,-!, H. I). Hilliard, urrlv
rfl,n Dlaekfoot this week.
' lifTnrd Hay*, brnthor of T. A. flays
or u,.
foot (,•
"wii ,V Eldredge. arrived In Htaek
»m Tennosnee, Iasi week.
Jini
«e Stewart. In district court nt
m, denied the motion for a new
Diaitiondfioid Jack.
Alii|,
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•rial f,
' hiLtlan selenei, seems to lie power- j
* n treatment of rune* when doctor* ,
fn 'Ployed. Thal I* strange.
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•re
Ont
"rimr 'Veil* of Utah. I* to be mar- i
r N to Ml,, r
•"«If Herald
Katz, a newspaper woman
J «taff, Salt fatke ( 'lly.
from
Uur Boise Correspondent.
! Boise, id«.. May ,
I'kar News:
»J* U» May-day Mini Dewey
one to
... |{ tree* and j
' and u, inhale the fragrance of
sweet flowers.
fhe capital building i, i„ a „„a ()(
Hie attorney general, seerc- j
u,rv " f * ute ""d mine iii*|>cctur are **
" th *' 0MUrB P*rt of the slate for a
f ew j,y,
H<
•re we are
i day.
j Boise, the heautiful. Iht
jobards and flowers, is
traveler who dust
rived from a i
city of or
Ismquel to the
covered has just
journey over sage brush
plains and foot hilis.
The city is in tho
ar
midst of a quiet
•»*»" with just re.t enough for
enjoy the beauty „I bloom!,,
Governor Bunt bus praellcallv flll.-a! t
hi, list of appointment*; the last beim»
the tauud of arbilraliuu.
_ *' L Timm, wife of the I'o-t
Trader Thum of the Fort Bali
Boo is a late arrival to visit with her
patent». Gen"! and Mrs. IVrrault.
The board
university «ill 1 „
reserta
•I regents
.r tb
Slate
in session today
uvept pturis and specifications for j
to-« buildings for tl.at institution. !
The architect
to
th.
•ity will, Ills Î
in the
fy for presentation.
'j
- |{realtj ptea-ed will. K.'t
work tei
Bo...
than Hale at the Columbia, last night.
B «as a a»| pis
••a! the theater go- j
ier* »-«jftyrd it 'hugely.'
»»d I'mtlaod train «... livid at Nampa
" ,l ' hour au J forty iniiiut.-. to a« ail tin*
«Miipstij »llrr it. porformaiic« boro ut ,l
the t oniinbis
I he ('ll ira
If
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T here is a marked difference betwee..
Boi«.- and liiarkfool in railirwd mal- 1
MW,amt on
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iii.o.t brunch
t. .. . ; *
14 dr. um-» of
<»ad ct nii-r Hlack-:
it
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:
t«'r*. I lotse talk, raiii
•(* ra.ir
», Itlaikfo»! t.
it, band*. Bois.: I,«, it
|w|H-r. liiarkfool tins ttn- !
'torn. Hot
itself «• • -rent mio
baits,-.-, it. own iui|»u tun.'.- with the]
,qs-n eye. Ibit.,' pta>. for the Midland
road to Montana, liiarkfool promises
Ho»,, a branch from it» - real road
to 1« the Huk uniting north
i, Blackball , .
Boise aiiti<i|iatek
a new road on ■'
w*n»trui
raii
under
which i,
al.d south Idalio
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1*0*1 Trader C\ K. Thum t«iil give
The following unite d delegate- have
lieen elected Uot'JHI'm iM the Itiaekfoot j
\| K Sunday acbmil nt the dl»trlt
vi-ntbin at Idaho Fall* next Nlomlay :
•t cot»
W ri* b I, Bond ant) Hill, Mr«
Stil, It.-v IVitm. n<a««f ilmtck, Wttt.J
Kinney. IVrvy lunes, 1 ottl L'istiur and
i're»ttm O'Nt .l.
Ml*»
1*1. » dent Mi'Kinie) and (itiriy a great
Indian parade and exhibition if the j
t ram ran la* held ai Boa* Fork 20 min- j -
All the Indian« on llie ,
want to see the "Great i
_ rvi ,„ on
ute* or more.
;
Father." "the Nt « Washington.
district tvturt will take up its
regui tr d^-ket next Monday and hurry
Itheeane* to trial. The time of llie court
•ipally, in
I !
Uila week was taken u|t. prl
hearing motion«, argument» In demur- j
'of
rer* mul lit ttcftinj* tuw» for trial.
Mrs. I 11. Wheeler has returned from
I» I ii mi ;
11 '*"*■ !
««U Uket lt), when- »he In
dor tbeeareof an noiilist, several w
Her riaion is much improved and hoi*
ill no longer receive the blame, j „
lind a pro* !G.
!
gbn*»c#
|'(M»«telloficH(lcfm ItU*le
lie for,- they could agree j
It looked !
traded
a site for their building.
is if they could and then j
.„In the, couldn't
ntsraw, have been granted to Mm
' . . , T ho« Manuel. Beul« n
r, !Z:Lnd llmap. IV.er A.
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„«rtvlgsen and Mary A. lia.tvigM ^
Fonr (lHs „ n ,, r s o.eaped from the l'o
,-Htello jail Monday. The men sprung A
the door of the rage *nd tlien easily f
broke a hole through the brick wall. j,
very mm h
house ha* been en gage. I
•bool closing exorei
'I he opera
f,.r the public
fm- Friday evening, Mat lot It. lhe|no
gram will appear in our next i*sui.
Owing t» the lime given the l're*i
dent'« train from Untie I» Salt Fake
committee may n«''« l »

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City, Idaho «
meet tho party In the north.
F. J. iiagenhat-ih, of Spencer, maim
• for the Wood Live Stock Co., was
on business
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get
in Blackfoot, I'httrtalay.
with llie land ofilee.
continue* to make Ini
Keetor Mayers
his church properly,
planted and now the
prnvi'ittem* on
Trees have been
church I» being repainted.
and John B. Leach,
in Black font,
Sum E. Knrre
nf Walden, Colo ,
were
•king Information about
Wednesday.
new fields for business.
The Short Line ,s " ()f |
|ai*sesslon of the ' " '. ... v . I
grade nt i vnila.i I » > "" "
ing. . î I
FottSAt.K. Second-hand bngg < « am I
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harness.
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Fort Hall Canal.
Washington, D. 0., April 29.—Prof.
1.1 wood Mend, irrigation expert of the
Agricultural department, today filed
wiili the Secret»ry of the Interior
,K),, t upon the SimUt- river. Ida , irriga
tion c a „ a | huilt to «upply the Indian«
"poo the Port Hall reservation with
water fur irrigation purposes.
«•aoiil in question was huilt by the
ld alu> Canal company, which contract
j «<1 with the Government to supply „
certain amount of water, which «mount
the canal has failed to carry. By rea
son of this failure, the Government re
j to pay for the canal construction
** provided by the contract with the
canal company.
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The
l*rof. Mead, who was
»it by the Government to examine the
t '" nH1, 1,1 «*Port that
purchase the entire
''hiiiiI upon the reservation and
o|a rate it for the benefit of the Indian#
Independently »f the Idaho Canal
S L. Tribune.
eotn
l<an J'•
New Base Ball Rules.
j foi!
!
Tt
lover* of the national (fame the
'»wine may prove of interest.
Spaulding» guide give* the new 1901
Î rules: * The first and
•rond foul balls
'j hit by the batsman, unless two «trikes
!»* '*'* already I,ecu called, henceforth
will I« counted strikes.
The catcher
j now tttaud within ten feet in^Uadof
ninety feet of the plate thoughout the
Fhe pitcher will deliver the
'«H *» the Intsman as soon a» the lut
,l *' lakes his (Hisition. Should the
If a me.
j pitcher deliver the hall to any other
pSai*c a bail will l>* called for euch de
1 l,v< *H , hp "™P ire is »inlowered to
inuo' I- from the game and if necessary
fi*om th»* e rounds any person guilty of
ui»iiig iinpro|H>r iHiigu.ige. The bats
"'"• v ' , " 1 "' lns lw * e if *»>' 11
| > 'telied ball, but the bull will lie count-!
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; * u a** a liai I apmn**t the pitcher. The
, s ...
last imnpfd will do nuav with llie nine-i
* . . '
lice of gelling touched for the sake of i
, « - , .. , ,, .
it base. A* a whole the rules will tend !
, . . , .
to quicken the phty and make the game i.
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, mote p« pular. Must gum.**, have been •
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: ho long di uwn out us to much decrease
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Slat.* Uni t'cull lirai Inspector A. Me*
PhcrMin, of Hoi sc arrived in HiHckhmt.
\V«*dtu »dny. and afu*r luvestiguting the
orchutdn in this vicinity two day*, he
j lind« our tree« in fairly good condition.
He go*»* from here to other« sections of
the State where hi« time and service*
are much more in demand. In conver
sation will» a representative of The
NbW 8 Mr. Mel*her«»n way« a wcoiijf
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impre-»ion lia» gone out regarding the
j apiMtintinent nf some of the district in
j - (toe tors made upon the rectmunenda
, tion oi the society uliich should not ex
i i»t. i have been a memlter of the soei
; ety ever sinee its organization and it
lias been our aim In keep it out of poli
tie» ami seek to, have appointments
made regardless of political association
or influence.
j
Gnv. Hunt Iihs ap|H*iiited a committee
of aimiit sixty citizen* from nil sections
'of the State to meet lYesitlent McKin
; B1)( ] | 1H rty and escort them through
! the soiltlieaslern |«u tion of Idaho, June
j „ |nokf(N „ n|v .
!G. Bronn and J. W. Jones.
Members of the committee at
Senator Dubois, John
Ex-Sena
! lut.
j tor slump will have charge of the Idu
! ho arrangement«.
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i'innee«' this session nf district court :
>'■ s - Dietrich, W. i'. Beeves, S. C.
Winter«, D. W. Standrod. IMeutello;
i J Kil Smith, N. H. ami Worth ( birk,
^ ^ ^ „ R j jit(tr ,. t ., W . „.
j, |J Kin ,j t Idaho Fall.: John
A ,, v> Montpelier; W. il. Puckett,
f , j (,' r g W |ey, Boise, C. \V. Boyd, Salt
j, a ke, and Bluckfoot attorneys.
The following attorney» are in atten
The ease nt Slate vs. Farley Crofts
I» »et for next Thursday, at 2 p. m.. and
the one against Fred Howard next
Wednesday at 10 a. m. The eases of
Geo. Munroe ami Wm. Johnson were
dismissed. Monday the 13th at 10 a. in.
is fixed as the time for the ease of Cur
tin vs. Kirkpatrick.
A dispatch front Wallace. Ida., slates
I hat llie Frisco mine will closedown
May 3tl for an Indefinite period,
shut down is due to the demorullxing
condition of llie lead market and the
desire of tlie mine, owners to make
in...led repairs on the llmne and
•haft,
men.
The
The Frisco employ» about ;too
A SPRING TONIC.
,hi* time the system craves a tonic.
| N housecleaning time for your body.
Lieht)'» Celery eompimnd will tone up
your nerves, blood, kidney» ami livar,
I „„,) f||| you with health and energy.
I h0,d h * v b0üU Ä Co -
Everybody need»atonic in the spring,
i NOTICE OP SACK OK REAL ESTATE. I
NOTICE IS HKKEBV GIVEN, llmt til pm
•uanueof ho order or the Probate court of the
< oiiuty of Mingham, Slate of Idaho, ruade on
the tad day of April 11*11. and a farther order
made April Kith, 11X11, In the matter of llie
estate of John Garrett, deceased, Itie uttder
sivned, the administrator of said estate, will
sellât private sale to the blithest bidder, for
cash, lawful money of the
its equivalent, antl.suhjeet to confirmation by
said Probate court
Tnitod Hours, or
<»r af U r the (ith day of
May, 1'J.il. ut 12o'clock in., at the Court House
in th« County of HitiRlium, Malm, a]| the rfxtit.
title, intercut a ml estate of the said John Gar
rett. decenHed, at the time of his death, and
all the rlRht. title und interest that the said
estate has. t*y operation of law or otherwise, j *
other than or In addition to that of the said ! *
deceitw*d at tin* time of Ids death. In and to all ! •
that certain lot. piece or parcel of laud situate ! •
lying and being In the said County of King
ham. State of Idaho, and bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: E l/ f of SIV* 4 . and N*4 of
SK*4 of Sec. four (4*. Tp. three <3> smjjth of
range thirty five <ar»> east B M, together with
hII water rights vested, appropriated or in any
manner acquired. and all di ch rights and
rights of way thereunto belonging
wise appertaining c.r used in euniiectkMi with
or upon suid land, the same being the home
stead entry of said deceased, containing 1»» ,
Meres of land herein appraised and valued at
*1 Nsi.oo; also commence ut a point S3 feet cast
and 47 rods and 1 f<x*t south from the NE cor. ;
of the SE *4 of 8ee. 4. Tp J S of It 33 E. running
thence eusi »I rods: theme south 8 rods: .
tlienee west 20 rods; thence north M nais to j •
place ot beginning, with all and singular its **<£*?.
ditch appurteminces, and all other tenements, i 'rf
hereditaments and appurtenances to said ;
premises belonging or in any wise appertain- | _____
ing.
in any
Bids will Ik* received in writing at my place
of butdnr«* on West Main street, Black fool,
Bingham county, Idaho.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, lawful
money of the United States, or its equivalent,
ten percent of the purchase money u»1>e paid
'to tm* on the day of sale, balance on confirma
tion of sale by said Probate court. Deed at
exjienseof purchaser.
Administrator of the estate of John Garrett,
deceased.
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H. W. CCHT1S.
r. e.Cmai.hrrs, Attomey for Administrator.
Dated this 25th day of April, 1901.
Examination of Eighth Grade. j
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I he State Superintendent has «set the !
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time for the htirhth Grade Examina
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' lions, May 9ih and 10t li, at 9 a. in., and
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the Uouniy Superintendent baa named
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the following places for the examina
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lions: ßluckfoot, Idaho B alls, Shellev, ;
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HusuIt, ltoss Fork, iildeu, \ ictor, lr
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! win und Gray.
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Net ire vT Snip nf Beni Kslute
ut Fiihlic Auction or Private Sale.
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VOTK'E IS IIEKRBY GIVEN THAT IN
|mr«ui*nce of an onler of the Probate i
Court of the County ot Bingham. State of ,
Idaho, made on the sth day of April. 1901. In |
the matter of the estate of Anna M. Ham- i
moud, de dosed* the uaderalgtied the admin- j
1st ran *r. will sell at Private or Public Sale to ;
the highest bidder, for cash, lawful money of j
the United States,
tion by said Probate Court on theOthdayof J l
May. 1901, ai 2 o'clock, p. m.. at Court House, j fe
in the County of Bingham, a 1 the right, tille. | I
Interest and estate of the said Anna M. Ham- 1 I
mond at the time of her death, ami all the I
right, title and Interest that the said estate! 1
has, by operation of law or otherwise, other ! |
than or in addition to that of the said Anna ! I
M. Hammond at the time or her death, in and j I
to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land ! t
situate, lying am! being in the said County of i f
Bingham. Sta'e of Idaho, and Ikhi uded and j I
described as follows, ttvwit :
Lots dye and six in Block forty-one in Dan- ; I
Ilsens addition to the town of Black loot, j E
lUtiKham County, Idaho, together with the ' «
one-fiery five-room frame duelling situated! 1
thereon, tilsontuall lot of old furniture.
1 subject to cotiflruia- j
Terms ami conditions of sale : Cash, lawful j
money of the United Sates, to percent or the ;
purcha«e money to be i aid to the aucti« neer j
«m the day of mile, balance on confirmation ot Î
aale by sHtd Probate Court. Deed at expense j
of purchaser.
JOHN MONTGOMEKY.
AdmiuUtrutor.
I lu I ('it this «th ilay of April. l»ul
dr, hâynes;
(Thc Groat German Scientist)
Improved Double Extract of Sarsaparilla j
and Celery Compound. Bed Clover. Boof und j
l i Vegetables, Ibnits and Herbs, mo Minerals' !
contains DOUBLE the Curatives of any
dollar Medicine in tho market und lasts;
TWICE as lon*r. Tin' neatest remedy of the |
Ago, killinu all GEU.MS, doatroyltpr all MU'-J
HOHES and u sure and certain curt* for all ;
KIDNEY and I.1VKK tliscusos, Hheuinatlsm# (
Nervouanoss, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Constip*i
tlon, Hick Ib'ttdaeliA* and all complaints arls- |
ing from impure blotnl Bogular price #1 00 !
per bottle JO (**.. hut In order lo get - it intro
duced in 1 ills section we will sell at TtO wilts
per botlle. or 4 btdlles for $i..V) until further
notice. Do not wait, order now, if you are
ailing.
The above medicine Is used In EVERY HOS
PITAL and by all the LEADING PHYSI
CIANS in the world today, and highly endors
ed by all. Address : MOHAWK REMEDY CO..
Rome. N . V.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Nolle© Ib hereby Riven that the oopartncT
sliiphoreBiforerxiatlnR bel ween Helen E. Hull .
ami W. P. Woodruff, onder the Arm name and
style of Hull & Woodruff, ami doing business j
at Itiaekfoot, BltiRham county. Idaho, has
been ihlsdiiy dlssoh*ed by mutual consent.
AI! persons having claims against the said i
itMjnested t«» pro- i
sent the same at the lesldonco of Hr let 1 E I
Hull, Black foot, Idaho, far settlement.
Dated at Hlackfoot. Idaho, April Sth. lroi.
IIklkn E. Hut «P,
W. P. Wooimr»-v.
firm of Hull A Woodnitl
WHITE'S (BEAM VEBMIFTTGE
not only effectually destroys worms, it
also increase» the appetite, aids assim
ilation and transforms 'be frail infant
into one of robust health. Friec 23)
cents at Scott 0» Co.
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HELLO!
AN EAR FOR AN ORDER.
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HELLO!
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Telephone your order (or
groceries to G. II. Holbrook,
the lead in
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grocer, carrying
everything in the Staple and
Fancy Grocery line. I can
fill your order satisfactorily.
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Telephone No. 16.
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
C. H. HOLBROOK, PROP.
GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
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Wall Paper.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY.
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Young Men's, Boys' ami Children's
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As was ever opened up in
Bingham County.
I WANT YOU TO EXAMINE THEM.
P I also have 100 Men's suits
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And will be sold at a Bar
gain. It will pay you to
examine my clothing.
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