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Wednesdays and Saturdays. VOL. 15. BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1901. NO. 3 The Power Company. Messrs Just, Ourf and Platt of the Bluckfoot Power company were I» ! C Hlackfont, Saturday afternoon and even ing, and during their visit had an In- ^ formut talk with a number of citizen* in the mutter of power, electric lights, etc. for the town. These gentlemen have appropriated all ttie water for the power on u|>per Hlackfoot, unit will soon arrange for the construction of their plant. At the next regular meeting of the town board they will offer a proposition for consideration, which, if endorsed, by the board, will bo submitted to the citizens of town for their approval or rejection. As soon as the proposition is submitted The News will publish it In full that the citizens may be ad vised of what they will be asked to eon sider ami act U|>on. The sentiment us far as expressed 1» for electric tights if they can be obtained to the advantage , I I I ! of of all interested. Current Event Club Meeting. The Carrent Event club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. G. H. Holbrook. After roll call, responded to by current events from different countries, with th«; exception of h beautiful Memorial I***m, Mrs. Holbrook road Book Note« from differ«III author«, which were well selected and Instructive. This was fol- ; lowed by a puper on "The Higher Edu- : cation for Women," by Mrs. IK-Ksv. ! which showed the writer had devoted f much time und study to her subject. Mrs. Givens had prepared a sulwti title pa|l*r on "The Double Thread, 1 the eluh Insisted n|sm the rending of j same, which proved to lie very amusing I am) «a» thoroughly enjoyed by alt. | Miss Edna Gillespie was duly elected j a member of the club. The Increaaing " tnciiiliership Da proof of the growing j Hi tel est in our club. The work laid out M ] ! fur the entiling year a ill lie beneficial j a« well a*entertaining. Thenexl meep j lug »ill be with Mr*. J. A. Lol I ill*. j | „ ... .... , ... . I HaILKY, May 1 he »•"«* «»»**• * r^.L-ltMoiMimed l,v fireul 1'W coro * '* 4 * à • this morning, hi* wtlc and youngest . , *H"Hl 8. being creinaUal. 1 lie... ig.n j of the Ham«** Im unknown. itov. ffilr. On* I Mother and Child burned. born wu<> in Shoshone uml lia» been let- ! Hi. «un ! ••graphed the awful tiding». Marlin, who was sergeant major of j Idaho volunteers, made heroic but mi uvulllng effort« to save his mother. She ; ■ the younger b»y anti perl.hed In the ! names. The eliarred iralieswete reev- j Is *up|«Mt*d to have gone, back to rescue ••red at a lute hour today. The family 1« crazy with grief and the terrible j event has cast a gloom over tlm entire I town. Mr«. Osborn was a prominent member of the Maccalmc*. The burn- ! ed house wa« «Hunted about two utile« from Huiloÿ.--C , Âpiti»I Now». Boise City Items. last night, It was dutartulnod to make a s|H*clal effort this year to sueur« a large ; exhibit of line stock. Horsemen from | ull tin* ««stern states have written stal Boi.sk, Ida., May 22.- At a meeting nf the Intcrmouotulii Fair Association ... . . . « » ,i Injf that they are to he here during the . . # .1 » » * I* air, and many of Ilm large breeder* ! ,... . . g st of One cattle also. The prize» for fine . . . ,, cattle, »beep, and hog« are eopecinlly. . ... « ... large thL year, and this, nf course, will i . * . .. .. I make the comiietil ton active. I —o - The Pan-Ainfflcao commissioners to Buffalo are "op against it." Mr. Hlcc writes buck slating that hu is Itaving some trmilile in getting the exhibit in shape because the exposition manager has compelled him to erect booths. Im migration t 'ommlssitmer Barrett thinks that price* are its, high In Buffalo. Ho says it costs ilium 80 cents for sand wiches noil 20 cents for a cup of coffee. It. is «aid that Idaho's exhibit Is still nil the «half, hut that our ciimmlssloncrs arc Imperative in thulr dumatids that tliu space allotted be allowed, so that ! within a few days It should be installed i [III shape. o— Word conics from every section that large delegations will come to the In ternational Mining Congress in July. Fine ore exhibit* will lie made from [Washington, Oregon, Montana, Utah and Colorado, while nearly every mill ling dlstrlet In Idaho will «end large collections of the very liest, they have, lit is anticipated now that from 2,000 to 13,000 persons will attend. Rout! It wa* something surprising to the |H)ople generally, Mini Boise people voted down the proposition to own the pity water work*. The vote oast was 1311 of those being against the prop usllion. lilunk notes ut Nkwh ullloc, HOME HAPPENINGS. -— C ol | eC ted Here for Your IlV ^ SpCCtlOIl, Information and Pleasure, during the cold spell of last week, shuts °"t all fears of extreme high water. Thu teachers' examination will be held next Thursday, Friday and Satur day, May 30th and 3Ut and June 1st at Bluckfoot. A Halt Ijtke City puper intimates that former i ioveruor Thomas may meet a Waterloo in trying to hold the city post office another term. ed ed ly Pocatello lias been advanced to a city of the secoud-cluss. Business houses, residences and farms are «till In demand at Blackfoot. Decoration Day exercises at 1:30 p. ill., sharp, Thursday, at the court house. Former Senators Thurston of Ne braska sod Pettigrew of South Dakota, are in Suit Lake City. The Lewiston Tribune publishes a 25-columu delinquent tux list for Nez Perce county, tills week. Thu full of 15 Inches In Snake river. ed S. on ed ipale in the celetiration of the United Confederate Veterans, Th « telephone line will soon lie ex tended to Iona. The pules are already "" lh,! kround for the same, and work " ll1 b *' commenced at once. Idaho Falls j Iteglster. 1 te I nirts from Memphis »ay there are 'it*,two people visiting Die city to parllc 1 he Hlackfoot bust* ball nine played M game with tile 1'ocatello boys at the Gate City, Sunday, with a resulting score of 11 to 4 in favor of the Poca tello Ism «. Iti Tiik Nkwk has been requested to an- | j „ounce that carriages will lie provided j j foa* children who will leave Bowers at j tile probate outlet room ul 1 o'clock, I ! | Decoration Day. Three of the lady teachers of Idaho I Falls schtHil la»t term, declined re-elec- I ^ ^ . . . U;r ,„ o( ,, lh< .,. '•"lî'ternienta-lerm» of which were die- j tilled l»y th« little jmhJ Cupid. ' , ' j Hcv. Mr. Van Lttgelen. pastor of the I llaptiet church, preached a iplwdld | an ! inetti.irlal sermon, Sunday morning. ! The service, were licit! ut the M. F. j Church and u comfortably large attdi cnee was present, ; ■ Dr. VnuDnaen, presiding elder of the Idaho district, wan a pa^M-nifer on the ! m„.|,f„ot nod GbaitU «tilge, Ätttirdav. j H( , wi|| vUl| lhe |„ c'u.ter an.l Lemlii counties ami then return by way uf tied Buck, Mont. j I ! '• Church. Blackfoot, has partially de oldpd '»' l «> take work in the ldado con 3. Rev, W. C. Price, pastor of the M. He may go to Ore fttretiQtt next year. l*on hoping that a change of climate will Ik* beneficial to hia lieulth. Mr. Clear»» of Pocatello, will occupy the pul),it Ht the M. K. Church, Sunday morning nntl evening. In the evening .abject will b.» "Cbrlatian Clllzen ; «bip," Mr. Clenro I« a forceful «panker | nm | H lioold have a large audience, The PreuldeiitlHl party on It» return ...... £ . * , ., . . to Wevhinifton reached Ogden, Sunday ! p „ ... ... , , even ng at 7:25 o clock, and remained , ... . . . , about 2«i minute». 1 Imosand» of people , . . , . . .. were at the deiiot to welcome him-Mrs. i _ _ , , .. , I McKinley i» »tnnding the trip remark .... I ably well. Ain't no tint* to mom) an* to xrown. Keeper »hu IB In' all de while! Do snxKl Lnwd bruuf yo' to yo* own K«*eper shulhltr »II «te while! Dora hlx cloud» onon will Kill erway. Fro»t (rot ter Come ho hns May ! Homch bloom hlmc-a'-hy nome day— Kc«*p er «liufhU. nil de while! a ANNUAL 8CH00L MEETING AND ELECTION N otick is iikhkuy oivkn that on Monday, the 3d day or June. ]90t, the An nunl Kehool Meetliitf and Khn'tlon In and f«»r i^'hwl Dlstrlet No. 8. of llluirhnm Oounty, blah«», will In* held at Iho school Iuiiim* In said ! district. i «»•»« «-olock. p. m.. nf Mid dsy. st Mtd school hou»«*, a meeting will bo held to select a judat* and clerk of election, to determine whether or no« the «picntUm of a special tax shall la* voted upon at Hie election, and to flx the rate, and to trattMuel such other business pertaining to the school intcrests as ipuy come before the meeting. The polls will «»pen «»no half hour later, fo wl«, nt 1:30 o'clock, p. m., and remain open un til 5(00, p. m. of said day. One (M*hool trustee will be elected for three years hi place of Mr. Percy Jones, whose term of office will then expire. Not« i -"None hut actual n*sl«lent free* holders and hwuls <*f families of said district shall vole at «•h speclul tax election." PERCY JONES. Clerk or School District So. 9. Blnckfoot. Idaho. May 18 ltK)l. ; FOR SALE OR TRADE j One thorough-bred Jersey Bull, com ing two years old, solid color. Price $IU.0U. For particulars address, L. M, CAIM'S, Bluckfoot. ! by to PERSOKAL PARAGRAPHS. : Senator and Mrs. Dubois have return ed from Boise. Mrs. J.G. Willis, of Dillon, is report ed seriously ill. Mrs. Stone and Miss McDougall left Tuesday morning for Mulad. Mrs. F. S. Oietrleh came up from Po catello, Monday afternoon. Hon. F. A. I'yke was down from Du bois, Saturday on land business. Miss Wright, who was so dangerous ly 111 last week, is convalescing nicely. Mrs. E. P. Sweet is arranging for a summer visit to her old home in Kansas. Dr. Hooker was up from Pocatello, Monday, In response to u professional call. Cal Pelot came down from The Falls, Monday, on business with the probate court. Geo. A. Rohetban esme up from Po catello Monday. Mr. Kobetlmn Is al ways gtveu u cordial welcome at Black ball. Miss Lydian HHdley, former county school superintendent, has tieen engag ed to teach in the Idaho Falls school. Mrs. T. J. Johnson will leave for Lew iston early in June to spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Fisher. Attorney Beeves came In from Salm on City, Tuesday morning. He report ed a hail fall of 6 Inches atiove Ked Hock. to ! NOTICE. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sate ol Real Eitalo Should Not Be Made. 1 WÄff OF " ,N0 " A V Iti the MsMi r ,.i thei Order to show Cntisr En'«le ol William II./Why Order or Sal.- nf . Uchle. His-eaatHi. ( Real Bstste Should Not Ik* Mnde. | j It appearing to this court, by the petition I 'hl» day presented and tiled liy Edam-u W. ! It..»let. the ailtnlnisiruiiir of the Estate of William II. liable. dwoiMd, tlutt It t» neces »try to sell tbo whole or some portion tit the I «-«' ofsaldd.stdei.no pay the del,.., ,h " * ,id i j It UdN-rerore ordered by this court thatall ! ' person* Interested in tit«* of Mid de eca»«d appear betöre the »aid Probate t'ourt Monday, the Kth day ot June, A. D. IMtt. | the l«*ur of lOoVlock. a. m., of Md da>, it i the onnrt room of said court, ut the court houw* in the city of Htacktoot. Oounty of Bingham. State of Id ft ho. to who w ca use why an order should tint Im» granH-d to mild admin tstrator to seit all of »»id real estate. t«»w It : I*>ts l*lxt«en <!•% Seventeen (17k Rf|tht«»en <181. Nineteen «19» mid Twenty (20) In Hlc**k Eight <Ki of the «ownslic of the town of Blackfoot, Bingham County. Idaho. Lot Seren <7* of Block Twenty nine , 1 ») of thotownrtltcof Mild town ot Black foot. Bingham County. Idaho. Rihmt. simx, an. Timm A ruiirli hI>oii( six milos w«»sl«'rly from su ill lonii of Blnckfoot. in BhurliHUi county. Idaho, ooio«lstiiitr of nUtut r.X»tt« ix s (and n|T|Mirtennut dltohosand hii appurlvnant water rlirht <if atmut Kov«»n rutile f«*t per scHMiid In iho Danskln ditch) purtluularly d« k - •crilNHl mb lioinjr the East Half of the North east Qtmrii'r of Sect I Half of the North-west Quarter and the Notth west. Quarter of the North-east Quarter of Section 3«. ToWnnhip 2 South, Uanire 34. K. B. M.. and also tbo South-oitst Quarter of the N«»rth-w«»st Quarter and the South-west Quar ter of the Nortli-caAt Quarter and the Lute numbered Tw«* | 2 J uml Tliiw [3) of Section 3. Township 3 South, and the South Half of the North-woatQuarter, ami the North Half of the South-west Quarter, and the South wort Quarter of the Nor;h-cart Quarter, and the North-west Quarter of the South-east Quarter and the Lot« numbered 2, 3. and 4 of Section 34, Township 2 South, Itninre 31. E. B. M. ttiid the North . , And that a copy of this order be published four »iicivwivo week» In The Blackfoot News, a newspaper printed and published hi said county. Dated May 7«h. 1901. [UtAL] Wm. a. sample, .ludwv of Prolmti* Court. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. INSTATE OF JOHN W. DUNCAN. DKCRA8 tni «Notlei* Is hereby iriven that letters of Amlnistrutl«m on thr Estate of John W. Dun ran. d(HN*HM'd, wert* xriinto«! t<» the* umlrrslKn tM on thr 20th day of May* 1901, by the Ptt - hate Court of Dl'tfrlmm County. All persons hHVinir daim» nmtlnst said Es tate are required t«» exhibit them to allowance at the Probate Court room In Hlackfoot, Idaho, within four months after the date of thi« notice, or they shall be fo • ever t>arr«*d. This 2t)th day of May. 1901. HEN It Y DUNCAN. Administrator of Estate of John W. Duncan, Deceased. flx fo un for PICTURE FRAMES MADE TO ORDER. Photograph and picture frames, all styles and sizes, made to order on short notion. Price* reasonable. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Call and select style of frame desired. M. A. MARSHALL, Photograph Gallery, Bridge Street. Most, women with female weakness suffer dreadfully from (dies In addition to their ot her pains. They may be Cor el by u«lng TABLKB'S BUCKICYE PI LK OINTMKNT. holt lus, lubes 75 cents ut Scott & Co, Price, 60 cents In ! Mrs. McKinley's Life of Simplicity. Ever since the President'» party left Washington and during his stay in San Francisco, so much has Iteeri given out by tile press about Mrs. McKinley, The News feels constrained to give its readers this bit of history of the life of this loveable woman : Mrs. McKinley's life is a lesson of simplicity. Invalidism, which she has borne with cheerful fortitude, deprives her of many pleasures which she would otherwise enjoy. Hbe was a daughter of .lames A. Sax ton, a prominent hanker of Canton, O., and was born in that city. In the pub lic schools there and later in a private school in Cleveland, she obtained her preliminary education. Then she attended for three years. Brook Halt Seminary, in Media, Pa. Six months of travel in Europe com pleted her education and she returned to her home iu Canton an acknowledged belle. Her father, a man of practical ideas, said : "She must be trained to earn her own bread if necessary and not to sell herself to matrimouy." So Miss Ida Saxton received a place in her father's banking house, and it is said of her that her fair face attracted bouquets and notes to her window. Became McKinley's Bride. : She had many suitors, but Major Mc Kinley, then a rising young lawyer, was the roost highly favored. He won her hand and this acknowledgment from her father : "Major McKinley, you are the only man I have ever known to whom I would entrust my daughter." They were married on January 25, 1871, at Canton. It is said that in the early days of ! their marriage she said that Major Mc is of 1 Kinlev would some day lie President of the United States. They went to house keeping in the home which has since . , become famous. Their hrst child was born on Christ ina» Day, 1872, and was named Kate. She lived to lie 3 years old. The second child, named Ida, died in infancy. At atsiut the same time Mrs. McKinley's mother died. at It i The shock brought on a long illness, ! which lefl * ,B r an invalid. Partial paralyai« of one Bide had resulted, and sinee then »lie ha» walked with ditHcul u and M(Iue llule * „he 1ms licen unable i . w AMBITIOUS FOU Her HUSBAND. Site was extremely ambitious for her husband. years as the wife of Representative Mc Kinley she was greatly admired. But It is as the wife of the President and the first indy of the land that the deep est interest has attached to Iter life. She is fond of children and at one time wanted to adopt the little daughter of her seamstress and nurse, a poor widow . Site also desired to adopt Miss Grace McKinley, orphan daughter of the President's brother, James. Site loves music and (lower« passionately. She is denied the delight of reading to any great extent, but is fond of books, and the President spends much time reading aloud to her. She is deft with her fingers and crocheting is oue of her chief pastimes. Mrs. McKinley was reared a Presby terian, but became a member of the Methodist, church. At dinners her wine glass is always turned down. She always sits beside the President: even at state dinners, when custom assigns the President's wife a plaee at the table oppusite him. President McKinley will never allow anything It, separate him from his wife when she Is aide to attend public func tions. The President's devotion to his wife is a touching tribute to her. n Washington for niany 1 - - i ä of - In • Do Not Trifle with danger—and remember every cough or cold me^ns danger. Shiloh's Consumption Cure will cure your cough or cold It will heal and it once, strengthen your lungs. It is a safeguard for you always. Take it at the first indication of a cough or cold. all M trilled in thront and bronchial s Usicd »evrral months. 1 . Am .isiil t«»ed SUt'oh Htui it cured glad to add my ..«lummy, I'lK K K I. CUSHING, HwtcrSt. M.ik a Chuixh, bcKny, N. V. fthltoti's Con.umpïton Clare Is »«lit by all IrilKglsts at g.tc, sue. 01.00 » bottle. A printo<t guarantee gee. wlih every b*.tile. It yniloreH.it cn to year .Iruggl«» ,nd get your money bark. 'Vrite for illustrated book sUhoul co.. lo you. b. C. WclU ,v Co., LoKuy, N.Y , In consumption. Sent DR' \ cream BaKin o Powder } % Indispensable in making finest breads, biscuit and cakes. The greatest culinary help of modern times. Young housekeepers find the beginning of their success in cookery in its employment. NOTE.—Imitation baking powders er in price, but they are mostly made from alum and are injur ious to health when taken in food. low PRICE BAKING POWDER CO. CHICACO. Judge Sample, of tile probate court. , is to tie commended for the eure and , attention he is giving to the settlement ; i of estates and guardianship accounts. Hus week lie discharged an adminis tratoi of un (-state and will hold his : bondsmen for the repayment of several j hundred dollars misallowed. The Judge will be most cordially and generally | endorsed for care of settlement of estates. A SPRING TONIC. ! Everybody needs a tonic in the spring, at this time the system craves a tonic. It is housecleaning time for your body. Lichty's Celery compound will tone u*p ! vour nerves, blood, kidneys and liv>r, and fill you with health 'and energy. ! Sold by Scott & Co. palace Prna Store Everybody ought to take a Spring: tonic to renovate the system and j*et the liver in good order. We sell under our personal recommendation "Red Seal'* Sarsaparilla. \Ve know it is (food and you will too after using: a bottle. Another preparation we wish to call your attention to is Lane's Celery Nervine—We bought that particular kind from among: a dozen. Don't forget that our Sweet Lavender Cream Likes the tan otT and keeps the skiu soft. i ä £. €. Kinney, | PROPRIETOR. srmrr BUTTE 3 3 *1 •sva m WJ///M IBunlli Trains [ a Daily Scenic Rostes 0 Sit •'v 3 W** ho *£ A »c. 3 H X* ,a> GREAT SALT LAKE ROUTE ^ Most Magnificent Scenery IN AMERICA. < PULLMAN PALACE, OBSERVATION AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS. A PERFECT DINING CAR SERVICE. Rio Grande Western Railway Is the only line passing directly through quaint and picturesque Salt lake City. For rates, printed matter, etc., apply to W. C. Me 3RIDE, jjnerai ngunr. autiu, gk tana. GEO. W. HEINTZ, General Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. We understand a young man, Mr. S. W . Clark, is putting up a building on i Jridse gtrecti for the pur ,,ose of open in „ R bakery. Not being able to find a vacant building, with characteristic American energy and hustle, he has put up a aiding. Blackfoot needs tu ,. e f ol . Clark, more bustlers. We predict a good fu THE BEST COLD CURE ! Is one you can take without interrup tion to business. One that does not effect the head or hearing like the coo t,nupd used of quinine. One that cures ! fipeedlly nDd le aves you feeling fresh a,,d clear-headed. Such a one is ! KrHU8e ' s '-oldCuue. Price 25c. Sold by Scott & Co.