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fwice-A-Week
Wednesdays
and Saturdays.
VOL. 15.
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY,
NO. 14
IDAHO. SATURDAY. JUDY 0. 1001.
BLAGKFOOT'S
CELEBRATION.
First Fourth of the New Cei*
tury a Great Day.
A GREAT CROWD
j
i

Rlackfuol'« celebration of the first
Fourth of the new century, the one
hundred and twenty-fifth «nolver«ary |
of the Nation'* independent», will live j
long in the memory of tho*e who por
A Large Humber of Y tutors-A Do y
Rnm Full of Pleasure and
Enjojmant.
tk a i|ui(tsi in the eelebmiloii, ami will la*
given a bright |*»g<* lu the history of
the town.
Th« day » a. bright, cool and fairly •
favorable for out-of-door exerelse«, The
muruing program consisting of national
song«, I «slid music, reading of déclara
lion and an oration, fully met publie eg* j
{«elation*. It did mi we, It was thor-,
uglily pleasing The oratio« by Col I
Ferguom wa. a defeirture from the
taraten track followed by many » mirth ,
vl July orator» It waa along new anil*
original line«, luatorle, palriollc, elo-j
quenl and wa« forcefully and plea.ing-'
ly delivered.
After the exercise* at the aland, thej
minor «port, were given and a noon •
rrccsb Mg* taken for the few.l of old 1
UGi.oor 1 l»mIsvtii*.
In the afternoon which wa« given to
!■*••- I-.11 and races, Pocatello and j
lllack hail entered the diamond for a
pars«- of t-Vl for the winner and a nmao
Ullon p.irMi of f2,i for the defeateil. ;
Aftet an inti-ilisting game the «core
a»' aiinouiii-eil, Pia-alello 21, Biackfoot
n.i. game wo followed by a trot- j
ting race In which Barnhart'« sorrel
10.
««* winner of Ural purse, SW. ami ,
Plant'« gray, second. M0.
Haddtc Inn*« race. Jim Mack I« llr»t
»10: Phil Lavait* w-nail, M. »
Mils dash, M Lewis llt-sl, M2.. 's*: J.
-
S,n«»|, »eistiid, »17 .'SI.
<J urtwr rii-„, t'sllfornln Joe. first,
»'.■*': John Baker, wnmil, »14
Lid:«*'
rai-e, t'lytie, first, M >'i0; WII-.
ham», second, M fiU.
:
I be exercises of the day closed with
a '-all in the court hou»c, which was
crowded to uverfiowlng.
Iiu--kfia>| • celebration of the fllwl
j fourth of the new century waa a great
atiou and although recorded on
tx hind Iu history, It will be
fresh ,uij green In the memory of Ihoae
«ut after other celebrations luvs |
vile and gone
el.
a leaf
now

BARTLETT SIHCLA/R TO WED.
Hut Bor tries Whitney of Bonner's
Fsrry, Idaho, the Bride.
The New« la in receipt of the follow
ing bit of news from Bonner's
> under date of July I. and hasten«
«end ils congratulation« lo Mr. Sin
in advance of the calebrallon ufi
,l '" bappy event:
"Bartlett Sinclair, former state aud
itor. and the man who represented ex
■rnor Btrunwiilierg when the Cticur
d A lene« were under martial law, will
*"g pie
F-i
Gov,
ix.
, married In a few days lo Mis* Her-,
m ice Whitney of this place. Mr. Hin- 1
k *»'r Is Hrratitflttsr hi« affaira prt*p»r«*
| l,,r > Ut It*vIng for thu I'hilippitif*. j
IHi-* hrifio will Mt t 4*ni|*nny him a* f«r «»
|t , i" < ohm, and in a fey mouth*» will join
(him Ht Munit*." !
j
I he St «tu 1 h ut id of pardon* has again J
Diamond field .limk a !<•«•*• of life
*•*» Unie to extend toJuly lllb.
finely thla la the moat remarkable ]
If .I 1 " t,,0, ; rlM, ' n, *> h, " u "'- v " f lho W,M '
"" ! H " l ' he r
have been hanged long ago. To defeat
»>'« I«» when the law should bo In forced
P» to break the law. (
The lmk oft he man In »»raping the |
St'i'lh W, I, wonderful, and those w ho lie- !
»levé In such luck as hae followed him
'vill say III* sentence should hu com
"'"led or he should he given his free
I» , "n.
Di 'mondheld Jack Again Rapriered.
I UK Nkwh believes the h<>nrd of par
lous ahonld end the delay in carrying
">t the order of the court Wither let
l |( > luoky man be hanged If he be guilty
commute hi* «nntence or turn him
loose,. Such Interminable delays In ln
lurclng the law speaks Hguinst those
" should Inforce the I
IUV,
McDonald'* elicus which was nt
Biackfoot a few days ago wont, aground
k' Maker City. Oregon. It wa* attach
r* f '"' itlmut »1000. The property part
u ihe hand* of '1"' 1
r McDonujd Is I
herlff.
THE VERY LATEST DEWS
Collected from the Harvett Fields of en
Town and County.
Board of county eomml,»loner» meet
nc*l Monday . to
.
(.retfity Jonc» »pent the Fourth ut
llillon.
The Fourth of I Mil live« only in the
of ,t,ep tt «t.
on
j Ktl frUwell eame down from St. An
i thon y to «pent! the Fourth in lllack (out.
A!U*ea F«ltner and Kamaev. employe.
at Pori Hull, leftThursday fur Detroit.
■ Geo. Morgan ami wife of lioi.e. ure
gueat« of Mr. aud Mr». J. M. Steven*
| Judge Hieb ttud brother S. J. Rich
j ov *" lo Bo1 *« 0,1 Thuraday's trmin.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Cherry of An*
telofs* are gu*>U of IVof. and Mit. I
Johnson.

M. A. Marshall ha« .old 1.1« photo
graph gallery and leav
week for Oregon.
Hlaekfuut uext
Mr«. Hea. will leave for Deer laslge
j this week where »Iro will «pend much
of the summer,
I N< . w rulUln u OI1 the
fe.,, lbo a||d oew wbuat |„
, mark
" <l ' r r *°' ****"' de»cr!liing «aine, pro
i.core it at the aherifT » office.
. I*.
FOUND July 4th, a lady'* purse. The
Mr. and Mr*. Hobt. Met •racken are
• visiting with Mr* McCracken'» parent». ;
1 »fr. and Mrs. J. W. Knell.
The lot-al land office «old iluring the
quarter ending June 30, 43.JOO worth of
lots iu the city of Pocatello.
j
Sella A Gray's circus will give an
and evening |M-rformanee
; afternoon
Pocatello, neat Monday, July 8th.
IU'v l) C. Muygr* of St. Paul'*, wa»
j j„ i..,lluanJ last Sunday
Asylum directors meet next week,
»(hen contraels lor six month" supplie»
si the KpiM'o|ial t*onvucatiou at Poca
, ji 0
will Ik- let to the lowest and hr»l bid-,
- tier*.
Malad Valley •• short of water for
irrigation and not more than a half : (
,-yop of ha) Is counted on by the ranch
: ci ».
The Great Northern |ias»enger train ;
«I» held up ncarGrcnt Falls, Montana, :
July 3*1 and the express ear i-«ibl»ed of !
"J'he temperature of next y car may t*c
the same a« this year but It will be • a I
hoi time In the old town with many
| |wlltli'l»n».
♦.iU-Utk).
The asylum record* show over 240
patienta etmlliied in that institution. !
My! how the number of those unfortuu- J
at«-» keep growing.
Judge Itluh haa earned a well deserv
Me ha* lx-cn holding court
every day "Inee his spring terras began
«I the flr.l of the year.
„j^y ,| (M -, ' our I ndlan philosopher,
Mlu ( n evidence on the Fourth wearing
ufi a mammoth Bryan badge of the vintage
'„f |gp6. and with a keen eye to the big
e,l rest.
,
cat'm.
The Great Eastern Show traveling
on It* n*vn imlaee railroad train« will
exhibit nt H!nek foot July 17, tor one
to see the grand

1 ,U > onl >' ü " , ' u,,u
** aKPHn
j p s. Morgan h»« eoUI hl« rnticli of
nrpen. on lllnckfoot river, to T. 1L
( ,f Hlaekfoot. Cotmideratlon
! $.14(M).00. Mr, Morgun in thinking of
j niovipg to Boiw Vulley*
•a .. his»«.. a
VALUABLE KAN« Il I* l * • • 1 ,
J valuable much of (140 «créa, with pci** j
water right, near Houston, Cu-tor
«.'ouqly. for «•*'« Kor j
] term* apply at NKW* ontce. |
'- F(IHMD A package containing pbo-1
J.arnl acertillcstcof citUcnsl.ip tear
»"g »ho n«me of ^ f
"'J " . uf« tmekagè.
( this police an g I t
| gefigtor VV. A. Clark, of Montana.
! has bought The Salt Lake Herald,
.Senator Clark knows the value and In
fluence of a newspaper, hut that much
CK qnol be said of some committeemen
,h# Democratic party has had iu Idaho.
ln
In the game of bate hall, the Fourth,
Pocatello vs Biackfoot. the hi
10 to 81 In favor of Foeatello! purse M0
to Pocatello ami »25 to Hhickfnot. It.
Interesting ginne und »uh wit
•ore was
whs itri
»lied by sever«! tht>ut»and people.
ii*
Governor Hunt has appointed W. II.
Kldredge, of Brown & Eldredge of
H ackfoot, delegate to the Commercial
con vontloù at Cripple Creek, Colo.,
I hia IS a handsome recog
itipn of Hluc.kfnnCs young eltlr.en and
y g ateful to hi« many friends,
nt
1 n ^
July HHIt.
vei
Pertonal Paragraphs.
Judge Stand rod came up fnun Pocatello to
en l°J r tb" Rathnai holiday at uuokroot.
Hull. Ria'ky Itounda and J. H. Mason of Idaho
I'all* enjoyed the Pointli at lllackroot.
tieo. A . <■„ . up from l*.a-«tcllo
to «.lei,rate the Fourth with friend* in lllack
foot.
Mr. and Mr"- Thum came up from the
Agency to »|«'lid the Fourth.
fit*
Miss Thompson wap highly complimented
tin»
on her solo Mur Spang led Banner—
Fourth.
Dr. Hr dp--* of llo.» F-rk celebrated with
friends in lllack foot.
J. J. Hayball and wife sro guests of Mrs.
"a*ley.
8 "P L I/>eke and wife came over from the
School toenjny the Founh.
Mr. and Mr«. (Metrich enjoyed the Fourth at
uiaekr.iot.
Mni KUe> ()f ,, (waleUo- „ rueat of Mn
I
In
W. c. Johnson.
I
is
at
In
The to« ii board will probably grunt
j
»'apt. George Steunenberg did not 1
* .
accept the appoiiiltnetiL in the regular
army offered by President McKinley,
The total death» in eleven eitle»
from oppressive heat lust Monday num
bered 208.
The way to celebrate in lo celebrate
--Hiid ilia:'» the way Hlackfool per
form* its patriotic duty.
franchise* for electric light* at it* «eg
ular meeting next week,
The good order at Biackfoot the
Fourth deserved honorable mention.
The uttlcera were alert but they had
;
iiolbing to do.
The Jubilee Singers at "Clark's
Place, the Fourth, euteriaiiied crowds
during recess hour* with popular min- j
at re I tonga of the day.
j
Con g It*** m *t 0 Hull who ha* jlist re- j
turned from the Philippine« cbarac
terltca them a. "hot-hwae plants un- !
. . \ !
uble to w itlisLilKl Mtl vcrsltie*. |
C. E. Kinney who came In from Cua- I
'
ter county Uts|»eDd the I* OUiTli at hotue, .
will return within u few day* lo look
after his large sheep Interests in that
county. !
1
I n 1 lie east it baa been deathly hoi for !
the paal weck mid the lee man rejoiced,
and in the west It Iihs been cool und the |
: ( -, m l ,imti rejoiced. This speak* the
greatness of our country,
! will give a reward of »100 for infor
; matiot, which will lemi to the convic
: i|<>n of parties who removed iny mining
! stakes on my mining claim on Snuke
river, lliree milea southwest of Black
Thos. Harvey.
I
foot.
HEW DEHTIST.
Dr. F. F. MoAtee, dentist, has locat
ed , (n |{| n( .kf,«,t and offers hi* profes
! i|o|m| eurvloog w «.hose who mav want
J denUl work i( , nnv , l( | U branches. For
the present he will occupy the office of
Dr. Mingus, who will be absent until
first of September. Dr. MoAtee is
skilled In the latest work knowu to his
profession and ia prepared for any work
demanded by the improvement« known
, In dentistry. Me invite« & conference
and inspection of lila work.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
E astern Idaho water oo . location
of principal plirc of bu*ln<Ni*. Biackfoot,
llfnghatn t'ounty. Id«lm.
Notlc»* I* hereby given that at a called meet
ing of the Imard of truatee* an ameasment
No. 24 of one dollar per *hHre wa* levied on the
eapital Htock of the raid corporation payable
on or before August to. I90l. to John Mont
gomery treasurer of *ald company, at tilsofflcc
East Main street In raid town, any »took u|H>n
which thin araens ment rtunain»
paid on the
10 th day of August 1901 , will la* delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction and
less payment is made before will lie sold on
a the 7 th day of September 1901 , at the office of
, company aforesaid at 2 o'clock p. tit.of
j «nidday to pay »he delinquent assessment to
gcthnrwitli the rest <>t «UvortUIng amt ox
j 'StaiTîdako. Jutg a tioi.
| JOHN MONTaoMBRV. 8eo. and Truss.
|
| !* caused by a derangement of the
! nerv ' >H ' Ne,ve Cn »'
^ jamnd I» an extract of celery combined
I with other efficacious medical Ingredl
ents resulting in a nerve medicine of
In- j rare virtue, and wonderful in It« prompt
I and soothing curative effects. It will
make you sleep. Sold by Scott & Co.
INSOMNIA
KRAUSE'S C0L0 CURE
M0 any portion of the body, breaks up n
It. cold in 24 hours without interruption
to w'ork. Will prevent colds If taken
when first symptoms appear. Price 25c,
Sold by Scott & < 'o.
For eolds In the head, chest, throat, or
II.
of . . ..
■ , , . A . . .
j ««"» health should watch for
^mpU.ms of worms and re
and ." « 1 E 8 CREAM
j Vl.UMIFLGK. Frlec 26 cents, at Scott
AN ORIMNANCK
Anlernling Ordinance No. 11, miOnli
nnnee Relui int* to Licenses. , I
fit* it ordaim-d by ill«* Ufiairimin mid Board of :
Trust««»»» of the Village of Blackloot. that j
Ordiiianoe No. 11, Ik» aiiiciidcd by adding j
thereto 8e<*tion 11 which «hull read us
follow* :
Shooting gallcriCH shall pay a license of j
flO.nu per uioulh or fraction thereof.
Such shooting fralleries shall close at 12 !
o'clock midnight every Saturday night and
reDOiiu closed until lSfro'clock midnight the
Sunday nigtit following.
Approval June 2tftb. 1901.
JNO. W. JONES, Chairman.
8. D. HILLIARD, Clerk.
I
ORUKR TO SHOW CAUSE*
I N THE PRORATE COURT OF THE OOUN
ty of Bingham, State ot Idaho.
In the Matter of the i Order to Show Cause
Estate of Marshall »■ Why Order of Sale of
Orr. Deceased. ) Heal Estate Should Not
Be Made.
Presto Burrell, the executor of the estate of
Marshall Orr. deceased, having filed his peti
tion herein, duly verified, praying lor an Or*
der of Hale of all the real estate of said de
cedent. for the purpose* therein set forth, it
is therefore ordered by the Judge of said
Court, that all persons interested In the
estate of said deceased, ta» and appear before
the Pr» bate Court of said Bingham County,
at the Court-room thereof. In the Court House
In Klackfoot. iu the said County, on Monday, j
Hie IMUdsy of July, Idol, ut Woclock a. m..
then and there to show cause why an order
should not la- granted to the said Presto Bur- ;
j rell. executor a» aforesaid to sell
1 ,be P*™' j
sal»* as shall be necessary: and that a copy of i
this Order be published at least four succès- j §
*tve weeks Id The Biackfoot News, a news- ' *
paper priuted. published and circulated iu
sab I Bingham County.
Dated at Biackfoot, Idaho, June 12.1901.
(•BAU
much of
Wa. A. SAMPLE,
Judge of aai-1 Probate Court.
SOTIFE TO » REIH TORS.
j Bstnteof Frei] r. Sinclair, deceased,
NOTICE 1H HEREBY GIVEN. That letters |
j of Administration on the estate of Fred C. j
j HlncUlr. deceased, were grunted to the under- !
"bnied on the Wth day of April. 19Utt. byihe
! «'"'•«"»'■urt <* r Blnghaai county, tdsbo
! All persons lui vu 1 4 clrtitns agHinst said es
| t«te are ref|«iii 4 *d to exhibit them to tue for I
I »'«•>; >'c«Wem* at Victor »lug
ham county. Idaho, within four months after i
. the date of this notice, or they shull Ik? for- :
ever barred.
Dstrd Oils tub -lav of Jum*. IWH.
! l> IL SINCLAIR, Administrator.
1 E. E. t balmers. atl-irney for ndinmistraior.
!
|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I NSTATE OK JOHN W. DUNC AN. DECEA8
À cd— Notkfc* I» hereby given that Letters of
A min 1st rat Ion on the Estate of John W. Duu*
can. deceased, were granted t«» the undersign
ed on the ÄKh day of May. 1901, by the Pro
bate Court of Bingham County.
All |»ersons having claims against said Es
tate are required to exhibit them to me for
allowance at the Probate Court room in
lllack font. Idaho, within four months after
the dale or this notice, or
ever burred.
This »ih day or May, 1901.
11 KN KV DUNCAN, Administrator
of Estate of John \V. Duncan. Deceased.
they shall be for
A Pocket Cold Cure.
Krause's Cold Cure is prepared in
capsule form and will cure cold in the
head, throat, ehest or any portion of
the body iu 24 hours. You don't have
to stop work either. Price 25e. Sold
by Scott & Co.
of
is
You feel better at once after using
MKHB1XF,, you enjoy your food morp,
and you gel more nourishment and in
vigorating force out of what you eat.
Mence Bence HKKB1NK make« you
strong, vigorous aud cheerful» Price
50 cent« at Scott A Co.
the
dr. Haynes;
(The Great German Scient I* t.l
Improved Double Extract of Sarsaparilla
and Celery Compound. Red Clover, Beef and
13 Vegetable«, Root* and Herbs, mo Mineral»)
contain» DOUBLE the Curative* of any
dollar Medicine in the market and la»t.s
TWICE at long. The grcutc*t remedy of the
Ajie, killing all GERMS, destroying all MIC
ROBES and a »ure and
KIDNEY and I.iVER diseases. Rheumatism.
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Constipa
tion. Sick Headache and all complaints aris
ing from impure hlood. Regular price fl.00
per bottle 10 ox., but in order lo get it intro
duced in this section we will sell at 50 cent«
per bottle, or 4 bottles for $LA0 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. Y.
the
on
of
to
ox
the
»'
of
will
•tain curt* for all
New slock of calling curds just re
ceived at Nkws office.
I
Clark's
Biackfoot
Bakery
n
25c,
or
GOOD
FRESH
BREAD
»
..
.
for
re
Scott
WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL.
MADE OF BLACKFOOT FLOUR
SOLD IN ALL GROCERY STORES.

I',
FOR
ALL
KINDS
OF THE
BEST
m
E TS, NUTS & CANDIES
FRESH EVERY DAY
GO TO
H. Holbrook.'s,
UP
§
*
TO DATE
IN
EVERY
THING.
5
THE
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Pure Medicines,
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A
I
j
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES,
Wall Paper.
\ ■ SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY.

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A New Line
Not altogether new but
a lot of new goods, new
attention and new priées
make it as interesting to
people wanting—
Furniture
Hardware, Carpets, Tin
tea re, Crockery, Glass
ware, 15 'all Paper and
Window Shades, AS A HEW
LIHE W0UL.
I Have Added
Many new things in these
lines and carry the most
complete stock and /trices
lower than any. 1 have
much more room for dis
play of furniture, and, will
be pleased to have you call.
Sewing Machines.
Why pay W0 for a machine
when you can get a good ma
chine for $20. If you want a
sewing machine give me a call,
4 different makes, a good drop
head, light arm for #20. AI«o
better ones on long puyuieuts.
Mowing Machine Extras
When you want knives, sec
tions, rivets, knife-heads, grind
stone*, rope pulleys, hand forks,
1 can save you log money. Do
not fail to get my priées before
buying elsewhere.
I
Remember the place,
D. H. Biethau

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