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Wednesdays and Saturdays. VOL. 15. BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1901. NO. 1 Idaho Exhibit Installed. J. K. iiarrett, the commissioner of ImuilgratUm, writes from Buffalo that the Idaho exhibit ha» been installed, the contents of the lust car having been put In place last week. Mr. llurrett says the people of HufTalo ate taking advantage of the ex|>osltion visitors by raising the price of everything, and says ft I« very expensive to live there. Coffee is 25 cents a cup, which is a fair sample of the extravagant prices exist ing. The rent of a small bouse *125 is asked. Mr. Barrett »ays the crowds have hardly begun to arrive ami that the buildings w ill not be completed be fore June 1st. lie will go to New York this week and return to Idaho visiting o.any cities and circulating Idaho liter ature.—Capital News. Election of School Très tee. "1 have a cut pain In my child's dill grain, I'lease give my son something to rolcusu It." you five cents to buy two sitless pow dirs for a groan up liditlt who Is slko." The annual election for school trustee ot the Blackball district to serve for 2 years, will be held Monday, June .'id. A number of my friends have done me the honor to request me to become a candidate for re-election. I appreciate Ihe honor but am un willing to do «t, or Ui serve if I knew I would be re-elecu-d. During my term of office I have endeavored to discharge tny duties a* best I could, and, a» clerk, 1 shall turn over the records, full, com plete and oorruct to tny succewsor. I thank my friend* but muit doeline to be in the race. Iti leaving the board whose meetings have been pleasant und hariuoiilmaq I wish to thank the other ttirtnbors for the courtesy and consid eration sho rn r e. Poor Jones lilackfoot, Ida., May 21, IBUI. A Ko» Po»or Company. Hon. N. A. Ju*l and mm James, At torney N. 11. < lark and C. Garff of Lo gan und Ü. I*. Fruit of American Fork, ('tali, the latter gentlemen owner* of large means, have orgatlixed a Power t'oiupnny and will mhiii Is- aide to fur nish power fur any purpose at Black foot, Shelley and Idaho Full-. The neat for Ihe pint,! «rill lie on the Itlaekfoot river, five miles alaive Pre» to. and llw work thereon will Iw posh ed, jr* rushed, to completion. The eouipnny will s-roi be in eoodi'.ion to eonlract with the town* named for any |»iwer that may lie wanted. TtlE Ntivu is pleaned to note till* new organiza tion anil comment) the enterprise of the tnemla-r* of iL Program for Docoration Day at Court House. Blackfoot, 1:30 p. m. Prttjrar ., <>>lmut>l. . (!h*|4alii ...... Old Vct.-ran» Andre** thiln. * "ft I re t~ « A nother LlnnUn." Karl Fisher Atldrrss Itis-ilaiKm . A «tares» .... Duet .... Amenea .. -Henatnr Dohol» . lailand ttonk» . Ml»* Khotoottp . Frnf. Johnson Mjrl atwl /alma8iantx*i» . By All Cairisgus will leave immediately af ter the exeteitt!» for rcmelery where «•verylaxly will n*»lat in uecoralion of graves. I'leuae la-ing flower* and leave them m |u-otai<e Court room at 10 a. til. Committee. Memorial Senrices. Memorial »ervlees will ho held at the M. E. Church, Xumiay morning next, at Hi-.W o'clock. Rev Mr. Van Kugelen will preach the annual sermon. All soldier* of the Gram) Army and »•f Npauisli -American war are cordially invited to attend, ami un Invitation i» ul»o extended to the public to be pres ent. All worshipping congregations in liliiekfoot should attend litis meeting. Soma Quoer Proscriptions. Ham's Horn give* some Ixma fide or ders for medicine* received tiy drug gists, which arc funny enough to cure a man of the gout. H««re they are : "You will plea* give the latlle boi ft cents worse of Auntie Toxyn for to gar gle baby'» throat, mid ohloage." "Dear Dochior, pie* gif bearer five sense worth of epccac for to throw up In a five month,'old Imlie. N. B.--The halte ha, a sore »tiimmick.' "My little I at hey has eat up It* fath er's parish pills!her. Send an anecdote qnlek us possible by the enclosed girl." "1 hitf a hot time iu my ineldcs and wloh I wo:kI like to he extinguished. Whulisgooil for to extinguish it? The inclosed money I« for the price of tlie extinguisher. Murry picas." "Thi* child Is my little girl. 1 send With straw berries plentiful In the market— Den It's (trail! time«. F.n aonO Mme». Ea «lory In yn' lllcl HOME HAPPENINGS. Collected Here for Your Iiv spection, Information and Pleasure. Volume xv, No i Ice half inch thick on Bannock Creek, Monday morning. A number of Uluckfootcr* are build ing new homes. Mrs. K. A. Doud left Tuesday morn ing for the Hast. The railroad graders are rushing their work westward. The dog that *|>caks with his tail I» something of a wag. Mr. A. N. Anderson was down from Antelope, first of the week. Gregory Jones went north Saturday evening to see Dillon und — Work on the Suuke river railroad bridge goe» bravely on. W. T. Duncan and family have set tled at Santa Ilosa, California. Mis* Daisy Dippal has gone to Cali fornia U) spend »tie summer. Mrs. Stone a»|l Mis* McDaugall will leave for Malsti within a few days. v • Mrs. C. B. Wheeler is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Willis, at Dillon, Mout. An attorney, a teacher, marriage al tar, Idaho Falla, this week. Story of little Mr<i. A slight frost was notlrakle Monday morulug but ao damage to fruits has been rejairted. The dog that »|M>nds the night hark ing at the imam has but few fi lends <o bis neighborhood. Car* Larsen ho.accepted the position of janitor for the school house fur un ullier term. The next teachers examination will lie held lu Hluckfout, May doth and 3l»l, uud June 1st, 1M9L Mr. Zeller and fuiaily, from Kansas, will occupy the Ueudickcr residence, West lilac*fool. A floater was scan going down Snake river yesterday, u horse and saddle a few days ago. Now for eleetrie light*. The power can lie obtained from the new |siwer company, Messrs Just, Garff and other*. Slum coal, kept in quantities where hog* range, is said to be a preventive and cure for hog rhuleia. A. W. Talking ton, of ML Idaho, suc ceed* the lute Geo. D. Golden as Grund Master of Masons of the Stale. A smart woman eau fool a man all his life hut a smart luuu can only fool a woman until the dud« it ouL Street Su|NTv(sor Wearylek is mak ing some nice improvement* on the street«. He has a force ul work. A primmer was brought in from Grays, Monday, to be held for tbc district court lit November. Charge burglary. lion. Isaac Ki leson bus bought an orange grove, uu«u-Fresno, Cal. it will be several weeks lie/oro hi* return to Idaho. Crickets have made their appearance on West Sldu and are reported doing some damage to crops. They arc mov ing northward. Tbc old mercantile Arm of Slioop A McNali, Salmon City, one of the oldest in the Stale, has been dissolved, Mc Nub withdrawing. Bishop Fliesten preached an excel lent sermon at St. I 'aid's, Sunday morn ing, and following oouflrmed u class of eight new members. A new broom may sweep clean, but in Hie banda of a woman who lias an argument on witli her husband uu old one I» equally effective. H. W. Kiefer, Charlie Berryman and Dun lluymond left fur l'orliand, Mon day morning to arrange for their voy age, June 1st, to Cajie Nome. Tlie remain* of George D. Golden, Grand Minder of the Grund I«odgu of Masons, who died at Idaho Full», were shipped to Boise for interment. A horse is a sensible «tu imitt lint you eanuot persuade u hilky one that it is easier for him to pull than to hike the whipping lie guts fur not pulling. Jus. James uud Frank Hill who plctul guilty of robbing Mrs. Frog tier, of West Side, were sent to the pun for one yeiir ouch. They wero quite young and "Ith promises of n better life they were tf' vetl » b1 '"' 1 sentence. in of 4M N « til f< A bouquet displayed at tlie rear of ihn »|ieaker'» »!nnd prepared for Presi dent. McKinley at San Joae, Cal., Was 90 feet In circumference und 25 feet in height. We And in a Georgia exchange an | advertisement which read : "Dealer In j hard timber, ice cream, soda water, cofling, corset«, millinery and groceries, cheap for ca«h. Also, teeth palled with out puin, and while you wait!" The electors of sellout district numlier eicht, at the June election, will be ask ed to vote upon the question : Shall the trustees continue to purchase books for scholars, or must parents or guar dians purchase them. Tlie graders "keep a large number of teums employed hauling water to their camps on tlie desert. It will take about one-third of the number at work to haul water for the remaining two-thirds. There 1» a rumor from the north that the Mooiiia and National Park stage company will change Its line from Monida to St. Anthony ami make its trips from that town. It was ascertained the other day by a self-registering thermometer sent up in a balloon it) France that at a height of eight mile* the temperature was 07 degrees below zero. Mr*. J. A. Bennett und children left 4M Tuesday morning's train for Chico, Cal. Mr. Bennett will go overland, tak ing with him a drove of mules and horses. ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING AND ELECTION N otice is hehkby given that on Monday. the 3U day of June. 1001. (he An nual Schont Mwetlnx anil Klortion In and for School District No. a, of Bfnaham County, Idaho, will be held at ihe school house in said district. •»'cluck, p m, of Haid day. at said school bon*«', a meet lit* will be held to select « juritrv «n<! clerk of ©lection, to determine «hclkcror not the quest lou of a «(K-ciiil tax «bail be voted upon at 'he ©lection. and to fix , the rate, and to trumetet auch other iHinInc«« i**i lalntnir to the *©U<*ol fiiteivxt* a* uiay «-MOM* before tin* meeting. The |Millx wit) open one half hoar later, to wl». at liVo'durk, p. m . and remain open un til 5:00. p. m. of «aid day. On© «ehool (tiimUh* will be defied for thrc*e At year* In i»lto* of Mr, Percy Jon««, who*© f< rin of olfl»*© © ill then expire. Noth Norn* but actual resident free- : bolder* and heads of families of ««id district . , »hall voteal auch spedal lax election. PERCY JONES, rierk of School DUtrict No. A. Ulackfuoi. l«Uli«». May 1 H 1901. : —- _ ... . . _ . I j REAL ESTATE FOR SALE j John Montgomery, Real Estate j j : and Insurance Agent, has the Following Town and Ranch Properties for Sale. One (iwi-lllng, R room*, 10 lot*, shade tree*, large barn. One dwelling, 6 rooms, 4 lots, large barn. One dwelling, 5 rooms. 2 lot«, «mall stable Two dwelling», 4 lot*( »mail barn. Two dwellings, (i lots, small »table. Two building*, 10 lot». One dwelling with 4 acre» of land close ill. One ranch, 40 aero». One ranch, ill) acre*. One ranch. 040 acre«. Two ruueheu, 80 acre* each. One ranch, 100 itéré», Market Lake. Also a nandicr of town lots. All ltie rancho* have go»xl water rights. Store building on Main street for sale. FOR SALE OR TRADE i *4 5 peop'e ar« killed every jear in this country by CONSUMPTION, 'lhejtion fault is theirs. No one need have consumption. It is brought on by neglect. You have a siight cold and cough. You do nothing to get rid of it. One thorough-bred Jersey Bull, com ing two years old, solid color. «4(1.00. For particulars address, L. M. CAFFS, Blackfoot,. It is not hereditary, Shiloh's Consumption Cure wiil cure a cough or cold in one night. ■'Shiloh'» Is sn vnfaiiinx* cur* for co*j*hs, t itr<»«t otul lung truublm. It rrt\ cute m •u.n|>tu<ri. It ts * rrtti*i kabb: rv nx vly ." A. E. S.iLl KK, M. I» , liurtaio, N. Y. fthll<>!t'*4-onriutipttim Cure I* »..Id hjr u't I ltni*glst*.»t tt.te, .VU-, st.no a halite. ,t 1 p-l.ils.l gu-rantee »n«« will, every Imitl». I If (»II ar« lint »»ItsHr.l (to la your ■lnig|(l»t Mini get your money tmeh. Writ« for iltiintraird loot 1 without « t*B »timption. SrM yo». S. iX Well» A Co., l.Koy, N V | j NOTICE. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sate of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. I N THE PROBATE (X)URT OK BINGHAM County. Stau* of Idaho. In the Matter of the/Order to Bhow Cause Ks*ate<if William H./Wbjr Order of Bale of lieble. Deceased. Beal Estate Should Not be Made. It upi>eariiiff to I hits court, by the petition thin d«iy presented and (lied by Edward W. Row lex, fhe ufimlni»intt<jr of tbc Estate of William il. Behle, dewaxed, that It 1» neecx rury toaell tlio whole or aoine portion of the real estate of xuid decedent to pay the debt* of decedent and the e&penso and chargea of ud iniiiihtratIon : It fa therefore ordered by thif court that all perxoii* interested in the estate of xahl de ceased appear liefon the «aid Probate Court on Mfuiday. the 17th day of June, A. I). 1901, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. in., of «aid day, at the court room of tsa^court, at the court houFe In the city of lilackfoot, County of Uingliaui. Bülte of Idaho, to show cause why an order should not be grunted to said admin istrator to *©U ail of said real estate. to-wit : Eikst. lads Sixteen HO', Seventeen (ITt, Eitihteen US), Nineteen UtH anil Twenty oWi in Block Rixlit (Hi of the townsite of the town of Blucktoot, Bingham County, Idaho. Sucosn. Lot Seven (7i of Block Twenty nine tiBD of the townsltcnf said town ot Black foot. Btnshau) I'ounty, Idaho. Tarait A ranch alsiut six miles westerly front said town of Blsekfoot, in Bingham county. Idaho, conststlnx of about "SI acres (and appurtenant ditches and an appurtenant water il* lit of about seven cubic feet |<er second In the Dnnsktn ditch) particularly de scribed as Ix-ln* the East Half of the North east Quarter of Secti in ifi. and the North Half of the North-west Quarter and the Ninth west Quarter of Ihc North-cast Quarter of Section in. Township 2 South. Uauire M. E. It. M.. and also the South-east Quarter of the North-west Qusrter and the South-west Quar ter of the North-east Quarter and the Lou numbered Two l*] and Three  of Section S, Township 3 South, and Ihe South Half of the North-west Quarter, and the North Half of the South-west Quarter, and the South west Quarter or the NurUm-ast Quarter, and tlie North-west Quarter or the South-east Quarter and the LoU numbered 2 , a, and 4 of Section 34, Township 2 Soulil, Uanxe 31. E. B. M And that a copy of this order he published four successive weeks In The Black foot News, a newspaper printed and pulittshed In said county. Dated May 7 h. nail. (sxxul , Wm. A. SAMPLE. Judge of Probate Court. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE. : *" **" Matter or the f faster to Show Cause , Estate of M.irsbai: r hliy Order of Sale of ,,rr. Daroaaed. I Real Kstalc Should Not Ballade, Prexlo Ilurrvll. ihe exeeulor of Ihe entate of : Marshalltirr. iteeeased. having filed his peti I ÜOW lieivin, duly verlötnl. pray iux tor an Or j der of 8 «k? of aII the n*al estate of »aid de cedent, for the purpose« therein *et forth, it l* theivfore ordered by the Judge of said j Omrt, that all person« Interested In the j estate of Kahl deceased, lie and ap|»ear before j the Probate Court of »aid Biiijrliam County. : at the Court-r«»oiii thereof, in the Court House in Itlaekfoot. in the suid County, on Monday, the 10 th day of June, 1901. at lOoclock a. in., then and there to show cause why an order should nut be granted to the xnid Prexto Bur rell. executor ax aforesaid to sell so much of the real catutc of the said deceased, at private sale ax shall be ncectaary: and that a copy of thi* Order be published at least four week# in Tlie Blackfoot News, a newspaper printed. publislHHl and cir«*ulHtcd in «aid IlinRtuun County. Da id at Blackfoot, Idaho. May Iti. 1901. Wm. A. 8 AM: LB. Jud^e of said Probate Court. I N THE PROBATE COURTOFTHE OOCN ty of Hiiurhum. 8 tateot Idaho. IIEliBQDEXT NOTICE. T UB EASTERN IDAHO WATER COMPANY a corporation, locution of principal place of bu»ln©«K, lilackfoot, Biturhani county. Idaho. Notk*©— Thon» I» delinquent upon the fol lowing de*cri 1 »cd stock on nccount of «*»©>*• ment No. 23, levied on the'Jtithday of January. loOI. llie amount set op(»o 8 ite Hi© name ot the stockholder a* follows: John R. Rogers, ooitlfloute No. 111». 2 l i slum's, i-1.12 1 «. Aud in aceordance wl h law und the order of Hi© tmard of trust««©* of the corporation mud©on »aid 35th day ol January, luoi, t*o . • many aha res ot »aid xtock a* may la? nee©»- . wiry wH la» »old ut public tiucthm at the priti- * clpal «»ih(*e or th© company in Hluekfoot. i blaho, al 3o'clock p. tu. on th© 25th day of May. lWOl, to pay d« l!t quriit «»M ssment. oo*t of a«lverti»ina and exp> uxeof sale. By order ot Hoard of TniHtcc*. John NuMtkiMKHv, Secretary. Kastvrn Idaho Water Co. Hlnckldot, Idaho. April SM. IWÎ. THE BEST COLD CURE ,, olie v , m CHI1 ,^ ko wUhmlt | n „. mt p 'lhejtion to buslues». One that docs not .effect the bend or hearing litte the eon tinned used of quinine. One that cures speedily and loaves you feeling fresh Such a one I* Krause's t 'old Cure. 1 Vice 25c. Sold by Scott & Co. mid clear-lieaded. 1 'effect digestion is Die only founda tion for perfect, health. Tlie hxxl wc cal makes nil tlie blood wc have, which in turn feed* every nerve, nin-cle und tin-lie In the Isaly. HEUHINE quick en- the appetite, aids digestion, give* tone und vigor to all tlie function» and ensures good health. Price 50 con Is «I Bcot l & Co. I Ail ounce of prevention is worth li 1 noiiml of c.ire and a lsilth« of ll\L I "1 LAUD'S HOKKHOUN D SYItUP ll.-cd . . , . . in limu is worth a slutT of physician with n drug »tore or Hvo included, Price, 25 and 50 cent* at BcoU u Co. % Dr Cream ^Baking Powder x J f. t*p r. Dr. Price's Baking Powder supplies a pure, wholesome leavening agent, which makes the biscuit and cake of highest healthfulness at medium cost and protects the food from alum, which is the greatest dietary danger of the day. The foremost baking powder in alî the world. Note.—A lum bakirjf powders are low prit ed. us alum t*o»t« but two. ent* u po. ntl ; l.iit alum ix a corroj-ne po>*on 37 d it renders the l*aktr g powder dangerous to a&e in food MICE 3AKING POWDER GO, CHICAGO. Strayed or STOLEW-From my rauch on tlie W est Side, five miles from Black foot, Friday, April 19th, two thorough- : bred ruina, both sheared, no brands. One has brown spots on face, and both j have tin tags with (.'has. Steadman, ! 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