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Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
Twice-A-Week
NO. 2
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901 .
VOL. 15.
First
The
Falls,
as
THE VERY LATEST NEWS
Collected from the Harvest Fields of
Town and County.
Our little bird says it will be In June.
Cod pity the man who has nothing to
M.
at
will
of
also
ent.
do.
Challis is arranging for a big 4th of
July celebration.
Blackfoot I# still short on residences
for new-comers.
Indian Agent Caldwell was up from
Ross Fork, Thursday.
Register Thomas went north on Fri
day morning's train.
Col. Ferguson and wife are at tho Wil
liams' hotel, Soda Springs.
Mrs. U. B. Garletx will accompany
tier husband to Cape Nome.
J. W. Clendeoin and son, of the West
Side, were Boise visitors Wednesday.
Miss Scott, county superintendent,
visited the school at Tildeu, Tuesday.
An adjourned term of the district
court will be held at Blackfoot, June 15.
W. W. McDonald went to Ogden,
Thursday, for a day or two's business
The commencement at the Stale
university Is announced for the 2d week
in June.
K. W. Kxitm. formerly of the Oregon
Short Line service, was up from Ogden,
Thursday.
Soda Springs reporta the arrival of
about 2uo shcepshearers for work In
that vicinity.
Attorney N. H. Clark ha* gone to
Boise to argue a case before the
supreme court.
At Stout, owing to the condition of
his wife's health, will not go to Cape
Nome this season.
Two freighters with 12 horses and
four wagons each, pulled out lor Cus
ter, Thursday.
Col. JohnC. Brown returned from a
1.1 days visit to Custer county, Wed
nesday afternoon.
liicks, the w eather mall, did not miss
it when he predicted a cold »peil from
the 20! 1 1 to tho 23d.
A
day,
"Mrs.
San
geant
lier
ing
the
one
ing
It is as bitter asquiuine to some peo
ple away to know that Blackfoot la live
ly, healthy and growing.
Mrs. Judge Sample who was so mit
ral ly ill a few days ago as to alarm the
family, L recovering raj,Idly.
When a man goes without hit dinner
to do you a favor place hla name at the
top of your list of frlcuds.
Today, Saturday, will be Issue day at
Ross Fork. The Indies will serve straw
lierrlc* and cream to visitors.
Mrs. W.C. Johnson. George H. Hol
brook and F. K. De Kay have placed
telephone connections in their resi
dence*.
Johnnie Toombs, Frank Lamb and
others, the last of the season's Nomeites,
left tills week for their rich claim In
the Held of gold.
Rev. W. C. Price left Thursday morn
ing for Chicago and other Eastern
|H>lnl*. II« will be absent from hi*
charge ulamt three week*.
The salary of tho postmaster at Po
catello lias Is-vii Increased from $180«
to $220«. This Is the largest Increase
of any office In the Butte,
Kanwant- 20,000 men for lu» im
The season tie
Uric«* ratitfo from
ituwisc wheat harvest,
gins June l«lh.
$1.50 to $2.5« a day and boned.
A special meeting of the Masonic
Grand leal go has been culled foe next
Sunday at Boise, where the funeral ser
vice of Grand Muster Golden will be
held.
Tom Sager*, formerly n Blackfoot
boy, but for the |m«t four yeara an em
ploye on tho Times-Herald at Burnt,
Ore., is visiting hla brother and old
friends In Blackfoot.
.laines Mc'l'itokor, of Blackfoot, la the
'father' of school trustees iu Idaho. He
lias been In service almost continually
since the Hret school was established In
the town.
This month Is a record breaker for
desert entries In the lural land office.
The entry book will show the largest.
number since the office was established
at Blackfoot.
Thomas Jenkins, of Bannock county,
one of the pioneer« of old Oneida coun
ty, Is dead, A number of Bingham's
old settlers will remember Mr. Jenkins.
He was a good citizen.
Bert Pierce, formerly n Blackfoot
boy, la reported seriously sick with
pneumonia in a hospital at Boise. Ho
was forced to undergo an operation to
get relief fur breathing.
C.
First National Bank at Idaho Fallt.
The First National Bank, of Idaho
Falls, with a capital of $25,000, has been
authorized by the comptroller of the
currency: Robert Anderson Is named
as cashier.
Memorial Services.
Memorial services will be held at the
M. E. Church, Sunday morning next,
at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Van Engelen
will preach the annual sermon.
All soldiers of the Grand Army and
of Spanlsh-American war are cordially
invited to attend, and au invitation is
also extended to the public to be pres
ent. All worshipping congregations in
Blackfoot should attend (this meeting.
Too Utterly Previous.
A North Idaho paper of last Satur
day, announced uutftr large bead lines :
"Mrs. McKinley Dead.—Ind Came at
San Francisco. Yesterday Morning.-Be
Buried at Can too.-A Triumphant Pro
cession Turned to a Great Funeral Pa
geant Across the C'outluent."
And the strange part is that the pa
lier is published in a town baring tele
graph and telephone connections with
Spokane and other large cities.
Ands.
And the railroad work goes bravely on.
And the town is titled with strangers.
And the merchants are doing a good
business.
And the street commissioner is add
ing muchly to the ucat appearance of
the streets.
And memorial service Sunday.
And our Nomltesarc going and gone.
And new-comer« are seeking homes.
And new men want plaeeafor business.
And Blackfoot is still .on the map,
one of the lient nod liveliest towns in
Idaho, and don't you forget it.
ly
A Cold Snap.
Last Saturday evening the weather
suddenly cooled,and by yesterday morn
ing the temperature «a* so low that
people out in summer clothes felt de
cidedly chilly.
The cold weather COnlluM, and it will
probably hang un for three or four
days.
Last night the water on^lic lawns in
town froze, ami Icicles could be seen
this morning where the water-sprink
lers ran yesterday. The lilaes about to
bloom were black this morning, and
drooping, und the corn and the beans
and fruit blossoms ill the gardens were
frost-bitten.
While the cold ha* done some dam
age, it ha* also been a benslil iu tills,
that itciiecked the melting of the snow,
and the raising of the water In the
atraam*.—Hailey Times.
in
ed
in
of
Married in Her Scrubbing Garb.
A St. Joe, Mo., girl laid down a scrub
bing brush and arose from the kielten
floor which she was scrubbing to say—
"I will'' in a marriage eeramony, Mon
day.
She and her lover had quarreled and
she had repented. The lover was noti
fied and to settle the matter he went to
llie friend'» home where siic was visit
ing armed with the license and accom
panied by u justice of tlu- peace, pre
pared to marry then andtthere.
groom and justice entered, the kitchen
unannounced, the bride-to-be startled
at their entrance, titrer aside the
brush, arose to her feet, and said! "I
will*' to llie questions asked as sweetly
If gowned in tbe richest of satins.
They had quarreled but now they are
*
Trio
ns
Ho
to
happy.
Negro Jubilee Song.
"Jonah gone n-flshln'
Bad on aollum
>'n»r:
Thought ho gwlno torjtclch n whalo
Whalo, ho »waller .legal..
"Moses in do bnllrusk,
Tide n ■entiling In;
But fur Pharaoh's daughter,
Whar would Moses boeuf
"Ialt's wife, ahe an eurhms.
Punish for dt, fault;
But for Kitmicl tail's gylfe
Wlmr would wo git sail)"'
Program for Currant Event Club,
Monday, May 27, at Mrs. Holbrook's
Hol I Ooil -Currant Events of tyimlrlos,
Bonk Notes, Mrs. Holbrook.
Vapor, Higher Education for .Women, Mr».
IH'Kay
Sobs Bote, Mr». Givens.
John C. Mlllluk expects to leave to
day fisc mines In the Sawtooth country,
and may probably bo gone, nil the Stim
mer. He will superintend the working
of tsvrs largo claims.
Wall paper! Wall paper;!!, Cheaper
than any, at Bletlian'»,
Jos. Rodgers on Saturday-last, sold to
C. E. Than, 0,500 mutton sheep, rang
ing In prloe from $2 to $2.75 per head,
and said Rodgers to have the wool on
the sheep thus sold, and they are to tie
received in Antelope valley during the
tt is .Hid Mr. Timm is
and
lltb
sale
month of June,
buying the sheep for other parties, and
that they will be slaughtered for mut
ton for use on the Salmon River rail
road.—Challis Messenger.
of
A Southern lady met a colored widow, j of
guadily attired, laughing and talking .
and seemingly in the best of spirits. j 301
"Why, Lizzie," said the lady, stop
ping the horse she was driving, "how e(
Is it that you are so cheerful when your ,
husband died only three weeks ago?"
Miss Mary, ' returned the
widow, with a broad grin. "o7'rybody j
know there aiti no happiness in mar
ried life till one ob'ein's -lone 'ceasted.'
"Lor'
,| tie
j
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XLTÄ.ÄIr.WÄ"'
ÂtÂ
Col. Brown report« a general good
feeling throughout all the camps of
Custer county, and the people delight
ed at the approach of the Blackfoot and
Houston road. It is the general feel
ing that the road will ultimately be ex
tended northward.
Dr. Pugmire, recent graduate of Chat
tanooga medieal college, went out on
Friday's stage t<> Challis. with a view
of locating for practice in that town.
Dr. Pugmire is a nephew of Judge J. C.
Rich of the 5th district, and also of S j
J. Rich of Hiuckfooi.
Her many friends will be delighted
to Irani of the improved condition of
Miss Rebecca Wright w ho was alarm
ingly ill llie first days of the week with
neuralgia of the heart. She is now fair
ly comfortable but far from being well.
in
to
the
Dr. Bean, of Pocatello, was up Wed
nesday in consultation with Dr. Myers
in the rase of Miss Kate Keeney who is
suffering from hysterectomy. An oper
ation is necessary mid will be perform-,
ed next Monday.
Blackfoot lias done well for California
in late years, it has given the Stewart ]
family, the Hobbs family, tbe Ericson ;
family, tbe Duncan family, tbe Rose |
family and tbe Bennett family—all >
good citizens. :
;
,
All the teachers elected by the board
of trustees for the next term, have ac
cepted and will probably be in Black
foot in the month of August for the in
stitute and tile annual examination.
The Northern Pacific warehouse at
Glendivc, Montana, burned Tuesday.
Among other good« It contained 50,
«C0 pounds of wool ready for shipment.
Loss to tbe company $100,000.
UKDK.lt TO SHOW CAUSE.
and
to
pre
the
"I
are
IN THK PKOBATK CO CUT OF THE 0OÜN
* ty of Bingham. State ot Idaho.
In tho Matter of the i Order tn Show Cnttse
Estate of Marshall Why Order of Pale of
1 Ileal Estate Should Not
Be Made.
Presto Burrell, the executor of llie estate of
Marshall Orr, deeoased, having (lied hla peti
tion herein, duly verified, praying tor an Or
der of Pale of alt the real estate of saldde
cedent. for the purposes therein set forth. It
is therefor.' ordered by the Judge of said
Court, that all persons interested in the
estate of said deceased, be and appear before
the Probate Court of said Blnghant County,
at the Court-room thereof. In the Court House
In Blackfoot, In the said County, on Monday,
the 10th day uf June, 1901. at lOoelock a. m..
then and there UßShow cause why
should tint Is 1 granted to the said Presto Bur
rell. executor as aforesaid to sell so much of
the rent estate of tho said deceased, at private
sale as shall tie necessary: and that a copy of
this Order he published at least four weeks tn
The Black foot News, a newspaper printed,
published and circulated tn said Binghatu
County.
tta'cd at Blackfoot, Idaho, May tit. 1901.
Wt|. A. SAMPLE,
Judge of saht Probate Court.
Orr, DuttMlMd.
Trio
order
whalo
OR. HAYNES,'
(Tho Groat German Scientist)
Improved Double Kx irrtet or Bftrtaparllla
end Oelerjr Compound, lied Clover» Beef and
13 Vegetable!», lltHit* and Herb«*, (no Mineral»)
contain* DOUBt.N the Curatives of any one
dollar Medicine In the market mid last«
Iona. Tbe greatest remedy of tbe
TWICE
Ago, killing nil ÜEHM8, destroying all MIC
ROBES and a sura and certain oura Jur «II
KIDNEY and LIVER disease-, Khoumutlstn.
Norvoosnoss. Dyspepsia, Malaria, Constipa
tion. Sick lleatluche and nil oomplnlms aris
ing from Impure blootl. Hegnlar prims 41 (HI
per bottle 1« tut., but In order to get It Intro
duced In this section we will sell nt NS
per bottle, or 4 hot ties for $1.80 until further
notice. Do not wait, order now. If y
,
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nlHitir*
Tho u l»o vi)
mHcIiio Ir uHod ln RVRUY IB)? 4 -
P1TAI« and by «II tho LEADING PHY8I
CIAN8 In tho world today* and hl«hly ondur«
rd by all. Addro«» : MOHAWK KEMRDY (X)..
Homo. N, V.
Special Rates From Blackfoot.
To all Missouri river points, Omaha, , ^
KnnsasCIty, Council Bluffs, Sioux City,
and return. Tickets will be sold June!
lltb and 12th, limited to September 0th I . JS>
returning, $35.70.
Chicago and return, same dates of
sale and limits as above, $48.20.
St. Louis; $43.20.
Annual meeting, American Academy • ^
of Medicine. St. Paul. Annual meeting :
j of American Medical association, St „
. Paul. Tickets on sale May 28th. 2tttli, 1 -
j 301 ha oil June 1st. Limited returning |.
until June 18th. Limit may be extend- ;
e( j a t st. Paul until July 15, $38.75.
, Modern Woodmen of America, St. j
|ïauj) M j |ln ( date of sa)ei j„ ne (ah and
( limited to June 21st, $38.75. * *
j
Annual meeting, Nobles of tins Mys- j J
,| tie Shrine, Kansas City, June 7th and .
j 8th: return June 17th, $34.50.
I National Irrigation Congress, Colo- 1
Ur-T n™.™.«. -a r~ %
"-^«SMKSrîS £ £
rr """ lmd " 8
Annual meeting, Baptist Young Per
pie's Union, Chicago, III., July 20-22: '
return August 2d. Return limit can be j
extended to August 31st, $40.00.
Triennial Conclave, Knight Tem
plars. Louisville, Ky., August 22-23:
return Sept, tith. Return liinitcar.be
extended to Sept 10th, $50.00.
'
on One Hundredth Anniversary, birth! f
of President Brigham Young. Salt Lake <
City, tickets on »ale May 3lst to June I
limit Juue fith.l
l
C. 2d inclusive: return
S j $8.2«.
t
;
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. Po
catello. One and one-fifth fare, cer
I
tificalc t>lun, June 11th.
of
t
Grand Encampment, G. A. R., Coenr
d'Alene, June 18th and 19th: return
One fare for round
!
limit Juue 25lh.
trip.
Idaho State Sunday School Conven
tion, Lewiston, Idaho, June l!Hh and
20th: return June 27. Oue fare for
round trip.
Western Federation of Miners, Den
is
and ooe-iiflh fare.
*
ver, Colo.. May 27th to June 4th. One
A. A. COLLINS.
Agent, Blackfoot.
^
NOTICE.
Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale
ol Real Estate Should Not Be Made.
]
;
|
> THE PROBATE corin' OF BINGHAM
: *
Iti the Matter of
; Ks'rtteof William H
, Hehle. DeceuMHl.
he I Order to Show Cause
t order to enow i aus» 1
vWhy Order of Stile of
\ Heul Kstwie Should Not
be Made.
ac
in
It appearing to this court, by the (s-tltlon
this day presented amt died by Edward W.
ltowles. the administrator of tbe Estate of
William tl Beide, deceased, that it Is neces
sary to
real estate of suhl deotdent tvi pay the debts
of decedent and tbe expensei and charge* of
administration:
It is therefore ordered hy this court that all
persons
ceased appear is'lore the said Probate Court
on Monday, the 17th day of June. A. I). 190!,
at the hour of to o'clock, a. nt., of said day. at
the court room of sad court, at the
house tn the cliy of Blackfoot. County of j
Bingham. Plate of Idaho, to show cause why ;
order should not be granted to said admin
istrator to sell all or said real estate, to-wit : j
Fihst. t ots Sixteen tl«'. Seventeen <17), |
Eighteen tlsi. Nineteen .19> and Twenty (SO) ft, j
Block Bight (SI or the townsile of the town of
Blackfoot, Bingham County. Idaho.
Skconp. Lot Seven (7» of Block Twenty
nine (29) of the townalteof said town ol Black
foot, Bingham County, Idaho.
of the
*11 I ho whole or «onto north
at
50,
interested In the csiate of said de
-t
0OÜN
Cnttse
of
Not
of
peti
Or
saldde
It
said
the
before
House
m..
Bur
of
private
of
tn
printed,
Binghatu
Tiunn A rancit about six mitas vrosterly
of Blackfoot, in Bingham
from suid tow
county, Idaho, consisting of about Î30 acres
(and appartenant ditches and
water light of about seven cubic feet per
SQOond in the Dnnskin ditch) particularly de
scrilMMl ns bclnjf the Rust Half of the North
33, and the North
appurtenant
east Quarter of Sooth
Half of tho North-wost Qunt-tor and tho Not th j
west Quarter of tho North-east Quarter of ;
Section 94, Township 2 South. Bunge 94. E.
II. M.. amt also the South east Quarter of the
North-west Quarter and the South-west Quar- j
tor of tho North-east Quarter amt the laits J
121 and Three [91 tit Sc. lion (
order
numbered Tw
9. Township 9 South, and tho South Half of
the North-west Quarter, and the Norlh Hair
of the South-west Quarter, and the South
west Quarter or the Norlb-cusi Quarter, and
the North-west Quarter of the South-east
Quarter and the Lots numbered 2. 9, and 4 of
Section 94, Township 2 South, Bange 94, E.
B. M.
And that a copy of this order be published
four Huoeessivc weeks In The Black root News,
a newspaper printed and published In said
enunty.
Dated May 7 h. 1991.
lSKAI.1
and
Mineral»)
one
last«
tbe
ÏÏX. A. SAMPLE.
Judge of Probate tourl.
MIC
«II
Constipa
aris
41 (HI
Intro
further
Fish SALK.-äeeond-hand buggies und
harne For particulars apply to
W. A. WtSODIN.
if you want a Farm Loan write l.its'l
, gay & t'o„ Idaho Falls, or see O. F.
pjmills, Blackfoot.
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ondur«
(X).. tvived lit MkWS ollice.
V.
New stock of calling curd« Just re- ■
0 *•
HELLO!"
AN EAR FOR AN ORDER.
it
HELLO!
1
Telephone your order for
groceries to G. IT. Holbrook,
tire leading grocer, carrying
everything in the Staple and
Fancy Grocery line. I can
till your order satisfactorily.
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Telephone No. 16,
% »«DEBS PROMUT RUH. «WS «EU™» IT,0MI>TLÏ. «■
£ C. H. HOLBROOK, PROP.
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; PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, t
Wall Paper.
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY. J
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Idaho ^
^ plackfoot
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Young Men's-Boys'—Children's
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SL8TII38
Just received Feb. 20th as
complete a line of
ïoiiiiü ■ lien's, Bovs' ami Children's
D 7 t/
CLOTHING
As was ever opened up in
Bingham County.
I WANT YGU TO EXAMINE THEM.
I also have 100 Men's suits
received late in January
that were bought at a
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BARGAIN
And will be sold at a Bar
gain. It will pay you to
examine my clothing.
D. H. Biethau.
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