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Wednesdays
and Saturdays
OL. 15.
BLACKFOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY,
IDAHO, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1.
1002 . .
NO. 05
PASSING OF THE
BLACKFOOT NEWS.
(1er existing (or fourteen year» a. u
H
• Uly newspaper »ml mm year
il-weeki), The BLACKFOOT NEWS,
li the l».ue of today, suspend» pu till
»ud become* a paper of the
on,
it.
'he unwearied endeavor« of the edl
to advance the In te re» ta of Black
t as a town and of Idaho as a »tat«
re constituted the only return which
could make for youi kiodly luterest
i flnancihl *up|MJtT.
UK MKWK ha*over»ought tond vocals
Igt©»« aud public« spin U do©»», and
I untiringly labored for the upbuild*
[of Uiackfuut. Dvu oerntic in politic«,
column* have never »poked vindie
>Iy nor «Uh bitter p»rtu«n*hip to
l«tid lb® principle» of the party with
pou»»« to Juatly recommend to the
[ri^Mdi it» candidate*, have been the
»... by which It h« deux itsirated
failli Id Democracy.
is no* left for you to determine.
ther II ha» deserved your »upport,
ir ««teem and whatever political;
ror II ho» powc.sed.
luring ilia period of publication,
feu year», Black fool lia» become a
r. the population of the Vl.il« ha.
lttpU.nl i'ir*r(iiiit{ljf. audit I» the
m of th« ad I tor that Till: Nkwh ha*
vsncwil proportionately with the
t*> and with the »tat«.
KYtill the coromeiieeuu-nl of a new
kr. Tilg News muse, lu call from
k .paiMrdom and I» no more
kressor ha* been found to commend
St
»he publie.
I HE NKWH lake* this l*,t OppOI
}iiy I» thank 1 1» reader* for their
■via and Unanclsl *up|«>rt, and to
re them of iu OmrwIaMoo, *l-h
f.w them all that »« bet In the
V« havn reached the last chapter,
I last paf* «ttd oefore a«
TUK KND.
« to com©.
• ph C Rieb IlM fi*-J
»•wing date* for lern,» »I court tn
i viz counti**» in this Fifth judicial
trie« for Itaiï :
District Court Oat os for 1902.
r«i i* Bear letke county, Felrruary
[ami August 4th.
|'<salel|». Bannock county. February
lb and August I »U, .
Hiai-kf<Mit, lt:iigham county. March
lit and S»-ptpiiilK>r 1st.
it. Anthony. Fremont county, April
I and Hcpleinlicr £!>td.
fialmoq City, Lemhi county, May ilh
d November 10th
tat ul, I)ti«*ltla county. May It^lh and
rcniber 24tb.
Nôw Masonic Officers Installed.
Th..
|iy hslgw uf Masons were I n» ta lied
» Friday evening.
The uAlcer» arc:
1. M.; J. M. Mtcvctts, S. \V.', If. IT .
uni» J. W.;
p»v. Johnson, Secy; Percy Jones.
D.; W. F .Marlin. J. D.fDaniol Ray
»nil. Marshal; A D. Quanlrell. 8. S :
K Shoemaker, J. S.; H. J. 4),ls.rn.
yl«r.
After the installation ceremonie» the
wly eloeted nlfl 'er* of Grove
W. K. Barnhart,
tie«, F G agon, Trea» :
«mheraiif th« lodge and Ka*larn Star
l.ptrr were givun u luncheon ami a
uxl »ocial time.
Whilo the pu hl I cation of Thk Nkwk
»Uspendatl with thi* i*«ue wo desire
1 *»y Uionr patron» and to the general
ihllcthat otir job department Is
used and we will lie belter pr«|iareii
ian « ver toev. cute first cIk«s jot, work
Hie old stand. We »ollcit a share of
To the Public.
not
>ur iNitronngo.
All having claim* against The News
e reqiiesiéd to present them at the
h«'e, mid Himtiinis due on »ubsi'rlplion
e. will ha thankfully received. All
irly settlement of all »«'counts is do
Pkkcv Jones.
Pit blither,
Ileil.
Do You Know
lf«J Insurance Isgnod for yon. anil how
ife and
fitch your llf« I» worth to your
|>niily. Tlie Penn Mutual Life Insnr
jhr* eompany, ehartered by the »late
If Pennsylvania, February 1847, writes
pi It. uonlraets, oomblnlnff sccuri'y,
hfety and Mtisfacllon, iincxelled l»y
sty légitimât« Life Insurance company,
f you have not provl.lcd for y«uir old
lg«i or given your family the protection
only affords,
wo
i'ut Life li.Mumiu 4
»ill furnish you full particulars how to
lo it.
Dure inn pi « syrup and nl
honk's.
8lxt«e n pounds evaporated prunes fur
*1.00 at Holbrook s.
HEW YEAR THOUGHTS.
Farewell. Old Your. Hi« rustle uf whose
ment,
^ragraiil with memory, I ,1111 can hear:
. ">y underkln.lue«. «ndihv bounty,
I drop my thankful tribute on thy hier.
K»r
j
j " *'* , 1 '* 10 ,U * r ° for mt "' ,jrav " Ne * Voar, hid
Beneat'bthy xll.ienln, robe of i
iee an<l «mow«?
i Are the»« .weel aunga ,,t bird, and breath
lilac*.
ot
! A,1<1 blushing bloom» or Jone'« »oent-laden
1 ruset
j
ArB, ** en! '"'d *>»<•• and dropping leaves of
j He»'ri"'hl.wr fn»u. aud B .„rm
UiNck Mud dreary
! 1,4 * minUiw h nun n in if thci dark lu*«v#n?
Wilt thou not *|«ak and tell me, giutl »Now
loud«
A« «lient an thou of th© unknown future
Ah if I toy Jay* wer« numbered witli the
dead:
Vet ** 1 enter ttoy wide open |»orfaI.
* er«*** thy tbre«tooid with gUd hope,
a,eÄ,i '
j uw ' Uo I»* 11 or f©»r or <<ru«htnjr sorrow
,be pu * tr * ,lbou ' "" w,1 ' *"
no
. Anil a» I l«*r Ibis* not. O. uutrirU
orruw :
Fur »»H I aiiuw my Fmhoi I. Ihjr Km>.
1 If j„ r , twu brin««i. straight •
God, th© giver
My gratitude »h*U rise. for'tis hl»«iri:
If ; 1 '- - '>'11 cup .bull Is- my ... j
With ihanktu! Joy «11 drink the prvoou*
drwugtoi:
If death, my waiting mul tun»»» life'* «
Hut little *>*>iit<r to tuy h«
Qri ° r4 dee -|
Ml Iri-Uiblln« lu-art I II to my Father lift.
I
!
j
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"bo»«. unvoli 1.1 mynery no»» may foretell. |
I ralmlr Iruvl my Otsl tu litt ibjr curtain:
Safe In bi, low, fur me *tvvIII all be well.
el »ill »all
Ho. hop© lit New Year, with thy joj *
tain.
inw
—■Julia it eia.«» I
j
Forty-nine ladles of the Rocatollo j
,.| n .| e „f VV.mdcrmft visited Hlackf.sit. I
s«„,rdat evening and U.t, noted the I
ladles of th« Grove City circle in tin- ^
„ orit: Four n ,1 i.lut,-e were!"
initiated, namely : Mesdames D. It. 1
Joue». Get*. Worden, A. !.. Stevens
Grove City Circle
and Mi*t Kdith Sample, and twouppli- *
ration* wrn? rrc4*iv<wl. After line lodge j
r©rt*moni»** th© visitor» and member»*
.n « flo* iQp|«r iod a RUMt
,.„j,n The names of!
!
the new «•Ulcer* <?ouid not la* obtained. ;
Meeting» w III he lieh) semi-monthly, i
One remarkable coincidence of the :
m.-eting was tliat not one of the h- 1 * |
lallte» present forgot the annual or ;
semi annual password». I
]
Draws the Pino Piano.
I
rancher of River* !
muntrer tDUW:,!
Jul, n Guotzman, n
,i,lc. held thu lucky
wlileb drew the fine $4«*» piano given j
,| H ay nt I), li. Histhnu « inereantlle j
>t«m% Inal Thursday. About 30,00u ,
j tick ala ware diatrlbuted to customer»,
Sunday School Officers.
|
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:
D»vU.
'
The Sunday school tmurd of the M.
K. ©horch, lost Sunday re-clei'tcd lite
following officer» for the your IDtrJ:
Sept. Percy Jones: Assistant Supt.,
: | K A Dmtd; Secretary, W. W. Kinney;
Treasurer, Blaine Houck: Organist,
Mrs. B. A. Dtu.l; Assistant Organist,
Cherry; Librarian. Ivina
FlortMico
Christmas Display.
j Thl . Mile». City Stuekgruwer» Jour
a
llat-ry Horton (formerly of
of lii» buaine»»
nal nay*
Blackfuol) ie a master
! when it etmie* to making an artistic
In
l , 'ItrisXiax display of meats
j s|«eaklng or hi» recent display it »ay»:
, \ i.mg the eastsideof the Imllding are
,
« r hri*tm««s
j caft.
„„reansea
j „hielt will afford the lov.ira
delicate meal.
etc.
«ended »Ixleen magnificent sides of
and
rith nil the Ingenuity known :
High above these Itang
of twenty-five lender
steer. Il.'sbed
:
decorated
of
As for
I mutton niun y
. ll)r knys,
, ow |, ihey simply had to build pyramids
j their quantity whs so great and
the pyramids a tall Christina»
|,umpc«l its verdant head aguinst
iI,,, ,.,,|iing und h tw •«! a welcome to all
customers ami those
enrosity.
chickens, ducks and other
ultra 'teil by
A Band f augh Medicine
[theOa»elt«!. Toowotiinha, Aiistrallnl
1 find (thaintierlnln's Cough Remedy
is an excellent medicine.
I have been
cougli for tlie
: suffering from a »ever«
months, and It lips effected a
1 have great pleuaure In r«>
W. C. WOCKNRR.
last two
cure.
com
Till»
> of our oldest and
mending it.
is the opinion of om
most respi'Cled r«'»ld«mts, and has tie.ui
voluntarily giv«m In good fai'l» that
Others may try the remedy und be ben
Mr. Wookner.
to
This
efited, a»
remedy Is sold by Scott «k Co.
vas
Buckwheat flour 7c. per pound, at
Holbrook's.
Swee
t cider fit Holbrook's
LOCAL CAMERA.
Brief Paragraphs About Men, Women
and Events—Items Caught Here
and There. — Coming and Going of
People Who are Known in Black
foot.
A joyous and Happy New year to
each reader and patron of The News.
May pence, liuppinusa and prosperity
uhide with all.
Masquerade hall at the opera house,
to-night.
The farmer»' institutes recently held
In South Idaho, were all successful,
says 1'rof. French.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Joe Beale, of
Boise, was in the city, Saturday,
The State teuchers' association is in
ssion in Moscow, North Idaho, to day.
Jolly Della Pringle ami her
company, at the
j Thursday evening.
j
»o
merry
opera house next
j
A petition i« rcadilv
-| daily mail in Chain.. *
signed for u
The lei-weekly
I service does cot prove satisfactory to
! its citizens.
The Salvation army in New York
City served a Christmas dinner
!30.000 persons.
j Frank DcKay of the Fulton
) market, made an elegant display of i
| meals e». during tile holidays.
meat I
Jtihu 'i*. Morrii
mi. of f'aldweli, ;
I bei««: mentioned for uptxdiiiment ns
U. 8 Attorney, to succeed H. V. Cozier. :
II. M. Kirkpatrick will leave Ihhe
j New Yeai 'a tnoriting for u visit t*j hi* I
j 0 ,d home in W est Virginia,
I
I ,0 K |e * t,-ora > of w
^ U, * M «»tu.tluy. Be say. hehasopened
h " y ' « ,a "' uml P rüdu,:e storu ut
1 Hoc,rM,,lo '
in
Howard
Mobil
expects to leave
* within it week or |wo fur Fresno, Cal ,
j "here hl* pa reut» reside. Mr. Hobt*»
will be rai-wd by many friend* iu
Hiurk'oot amiWKMintv.
of!
! Mi
■large numi>er of young jteople at a
!
Susie Bietbau ©ntertalne.1 a
;
i
:
Monday evening. ;
e s«'fved aud all had
mos«) uerude pa'ty,
Itufroshments «ver
* | „ merry time,
;
I
The Metropolitan life insurance
. , , ,
company made a quick settlement of
] the insurance on the life of Mrs. Sa bray j
A check for $500 was re
I K. Sant pie.
! t '' 1 *
"»»ning.
by Judge Sample, Friday
Cita«. Hoalst left Friday morning
, , . .
look after hi* taxes.' Mr.
j
j fop Hailey t
, iinitial ha* exelianj:ed his stone resi
deuce on Asylum avenue u> Sam'l Loyd
for 108 acres of land and will soon re
turn to hi* Lost Hiver rauch.
Kirkpalriek, the marshal at Cald
well who killed Jesse Bays, several
weeks ago with his
bound over under $10,000 imtid to
answer to the charge of murder al the
district court.
United In mar rag«! by Rev. Hawkins,
at the M. K. Parsonage, Thursday
morning, Mr. Clarence farter and
Miss Until Lindsay both uf Ammon,
Bingham county.
Governor John R. Ungers, of Wash
ington died of pneumonia last Friday,
lie had only been, siek six days.
Lieut. Gov. Henry Ci. McBride, a H«>
puhlican will succeed him.
been
cHiie, has
of
The Idaho Falls Register »ays:
Nearly four humlrci! passengers took
of Monday night's train for Utah points,
taking advantage of uxcuralou rates
: offered by the company. Almut one
huodrud and fifty of them came down
on the* branch.
of
1*. E. Vose of the Lost River country
is In town stopping at thu Blaekfoot
House. Mr. Voae lias about 7000 head
of pheep out on the desert uod is here
for the purpose of buying Imy, ho lias
bought about 400 tons at 93.50 per ton.
Mr. Vose says tliat unless more snow
comes lie will soon bring Ilia sheep in
by
to feed.
When Jolly Della Pringle advertises
she always gives jiist wluit they adver
Tiiis year Miss Pringle carries
lilt! finest allow she ever carried. A
tlnu Intlltl and Ol'cliestra aiul lirtiduees
Use.
mich excellent dramas ns "1'he Dia
mond Breaker," "The Pulse of New
York." "Fauét,"^ "East Lynn" and
lliu "Bowery Girl" paeked houses greet
them. They will always he welcome.
-Council Bluff's Nonparlol.
Wanted- -A girl todogeneral lionse
work. Good
«Irl
deuce.
a
Biijo» ijflvtMi n l?ootl
luquii't! ut I). II. Hiollmti's re^i
will
resume its arduous
I 'ongr«'HS
labors next Monday.
at
Mintjt. coffee 20c. fier pound, ut G. H
Holbrook's. 4di
ifl
Blackfoot. Idaho, Dec. 1, IH01.
RIDS KOH KOBNIBH1NG THE IDAHO IN
«une Asylum with «upplto« will In* ro
<*©iv©d t»y th© Board ol Director« unt il Janu
ary Mh. I «os:
PROVISION«.
Apricot«, dried.
" canned.
Apple«, dried.
j iiakliiK powder. Uoyul.
Cheese.
Chocolate. Baker'« ..
Cod fled).
Coffee, Arbuekle or Lion.
Crack era. aoda.
Cocoa nut, desaioaied. .
Citron.
Corn, eu fined.
44 u.eul. yellow.
Flour, buckwheat ... . .
Flab, fresh,Columbia Hivernai I mon,
Kcmi-inoiiihly.
Geriundc.
Hops...
Hoiniuy.
Mackerel ..
Mustard seed, whole_
Muecaroni.
Out meal .... .
Oyster«, cove..
Prunes, dried.
Peuche«, canned.
dried .
Pears, canned. *...
Pcp|»er, whole.
500 lbs.
700 lb*.
75 lb«.
300 lbs.
.*40 "
800 44
000 "
500 "
25
10 "
20 ©a«e*
1200 Ibn.
500 44
«0 **
200 **
1« **
800 "
Hbbl.
25 lb«.
200 44
. . 3500 44
. 12 ri
- M00 ibs.
— 15 cases
.. .. »00 It ».
..., 4 cases
. .. 35 lbs.
800 ,4
i "
Uice.
ibosins.
I Sul I, flue, Liverpool, Kansas. 35U0 44
2000 44
ctmrs© ..
Sugar, granulated ... .
. 25U0 * 4
4t tr
1110 44
; Starch, corn_
**Mf°
: ^ "t**"
* 4 New Orleans —.
So«lu. Baking. "Arm A Hammer,"..
Tobacco, chewing. 4 ..
** smoking... .
Toms toes, canned, Utah. .
Tea ...
Vinegar.
300 44
100 44
3 bills.
25 gals.
H bbl.
1 case
2u0 lbs.
150 44
35 cases
P.O ibs.
3 bbis.
I
CLOTHING.
Buckie«, pantaloon
But tous.
2 gro.
0 44
3 44
pearl, w hite.
44 smoked.
,
3 44
3 44
3 44
dress.
vest.
coat.
agate, large.
44 medium...
3 44
10 44
5 4 '
400 yds.
r«ntonflannel
! Calico.
auo ••
;
3 doz.
*i)'« . .
Darning cotton...
12 44
Glove«, men's, lined.
4 44
500 yds.
0 doz.
tUngham....
, Handkerchief«, red turkey.
u At8>
j Hose, Imite»' cotton.
Lac©*, shot»,cotton, flat.
Muslin, Peperell, bleached. 6-4.
** 44 unbleached, 6-4—
.*n'», black
5 44
31) 44
4 |fH>.
3J0 yd».
St» "
too "
- acloz
bleactuMl. 4-4.. ..
Mitten, men-». It,wd
Overalls, Pacific
reted..
it.
Overshoes, mens.
Slippers, men's...
Sh<M.*s, n's, bfogans.
•" " Mirht.
44 women's, light.
Socks, men's, cotton. .
44 44 woolen.
4
3
40 44
10 44
H00 yds.
4 doz.
50 44
3 44
Shirting...
Suspender*.
Thread, cotton, or Clark.-»
Twist, button hole.
FUEL.
75 ton«.
100 44
50 44
25 coni 8
Cool, lump.
44 run of mine—
44 «luck.
Wood, Are, cedar...
Full description, or «ample, will, when
practical, accompany each hid, and prefer*
vill be giv«»n to bidders who furnish
pic«.
Aooop cd «amples will bo kept and paid for,
non-aOcopted
pense. Bidders arc requested to make their
prices for good« delivered at Blsckfoot. Idaho,
freight prepaid.
Bids must Ik* sent in sen led envelopes
marked. "Bids for supplies»' 4 and addressed to
The Idaho Insane Asylum, Blnckfoot, Idaho
The Board reserves the right to reject any |
and all bids.
By order of the Board.
J. W. BaLLBNTINB.
pies returned at bidders' ex
-
Secretary,
No one cult reasonably hope for good |
iieultli unless hi. liowels move onee
each day. When this is not attended
of tile stomach arise,
, I
disorders
to,
Iiilioutuess, hcudaelre. dyspepsia and
piles goon follow. If yon wish to avoid
those trouilles keep your bowel, regular
by taking Chamberlain's stomach and
in Liver Tablet, when required. They
are so easy to take and gentle in effect. !
For sale by Scott & Co.
j
A _, OT|r „ , s hkkEHY GIVEN Tit AT J. B. I
1' Cru» for«l, retldhig at Thumns. Idaho, did
KSTItAY NOTICK.
on tllilt «lay «it lt(«c«»inber, 1001. file with the j
County Auditor or Hlnahaui County. Idaho, a i
nolle«' that he had taken un an «ati-ay. de- j
scribe«! ns lollows. to wlc One roan cnw. no |
horns. Unlink'd 69
left hip. sipiniv cropotr j
loft ©nr, ttndor »lope in right ©ur. wattle on
lot t »ideotiiiK)k. amt wattle on rikht 6i«le, l»* w
hind Khoulder.
'i'h© owner I* entitled tothopoMoasloii thorv*
of upon th© pHymont of all legal «if«»*«©« in*
eurnnl on or toofor© forty «lays from tlio date
I of filing «nid not loo.
I Given ututor my hand and »©al thl» fifth d«y
• of Deoomber. loot.
Okoiuik K. Qaoon,
Au«iltos.
H 1
Stuffed dates ut Holbrook's
GOOD
GROCERIES
— .j.
Are essential to good health, there
fore you should buy nothing but
the best which does not cost
more than inferior goods.
any
G. H. HOLBROOK
The Grove City Grocer never Sells anything but the Best
'Phone 10
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THE PIONEER DRUG STORE
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Pure Medicines,
9
9
9
9
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, VARNISH, BRUSHES, 1
Wall Paper.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY.
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SCOTT & COMPANY.
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COME AND SEE THEM
New Furs
New Furs
An immense line of Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Etc., just in. pCapes, Waists, Coats
for Children. Outing Night Dresses and
Skirts for Ladies and Children. Nobby 5^.
and cheap.
•JSS: Ask- to see that new 7-8 II 'ool Ribbed
tt-wm+t'M-MHMH+W+W+t
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I UNDERWEAR !
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for Ladies, and the Fleece Lined, for Tf 'omen
,i,i; /■ Children. It is Fine and Cheap.
|
MAUD
TO BKAT.
; LADIES' KID GLOVES, $1—
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-^ 1 traut i/oa to see thelinc of
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4 4.4.4..;. t-.«.*-!. >+-î-:-t -M-+-t-+++-î"î"!"4-v
BLANftETS !
'7« >
! L
y
sr
from 7-7e pair to 88. Down to Bed Rock. The
" Kendel " Quilts pou should see.
A bi 'J line of ....
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or
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Brussels Carpets and Rugs
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j . ^ .Ml/ tillC of .
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<M'+++++++++4'+ ++++■»•++++++
! clothing !
4* +
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Is complete and the prices are right.
Remember the Piano»e$400 for nothing
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XT. IX. BIETHAPiT
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