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The Idaho News. K iuhu nui »*> L'HiiAr. THE IDAHO NEWS |«rau>B jMMt t t I'ut>li*h<-r. TSRN9: One Y«r. by mall... Six Month«.. Throe Month«.. « 8.00 145 LOO VOL. 4. blackfoot. IDAHO« SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1891 NO. 51 W*y Flo\M«rs. loilsi's Bargains! - « . . „ The Order of the A ire. int vrui Jiote the Price» : Children's shoe« from 75 cent* is #1.50 per pair. Indies shoe« from $1.5(1 to ; |J 0O per pair. Children * plush cap# 40 cenU. ! gays' skull ceps 50 cent*. Ijett's half bone from 10 to 05 wet* Children's long bone, 3 pan* h» 25 cent* sod upward Gent s shirt* 75 cents, $1.00 II «4 $2 00, $2.50 sad $3.00. Silk shirts $4 00 nach. Gent's gloves of ill grades sud priées. Special bargain* in euibrotd Kits, from 2 to 12 cents per yard. had ni snv other valuable »nur gais*. Call early and get flnt "Improvement ■5 mMk M Premier Typewriter UTtSTIMrttOVKMKM-T«. (*>1*14 ■s«* wovKMurr Miurr orna iututesTat xKtxn swi mix muuxu. Mean »iMtxrat xxtxo fOtWOlK 11 Typewriters M epp U es Always m «/• */« Ralph T. Morgan, Blackfoot, Idaho. fir 5ft Mfckl District Agent for Idaho. v ,, sure Your IMilkllllgH l«hM •W. VOGLER, oneor Insurance Agt Full \jïï tr e 0f Y\ ^v-'Ple 5 jJ« U'yTc^Sjx jORDEfvjL O-OthinQN; -2 o$Ton.a\a$ 5 o 5l Found rRKn root. Utes. ()f Bingham County. He Five of the beat Companies, also the Tfvr ■LXwI PliRNTTllDF ■V AM 1 1 U l\ E** Oa.V»pgiffl # indow Shades, York life Ins. C/o. U *l»l «I •tore, Bed Nplagn, Etc. ir I# v * » good line of Bed Room p »rlor Suite, 1'atent Rockers, n_ * n, l Wood bottom Chain, 7°* Dhalra and Stools, Bed g xtenllon Table«. L »phoard# and Deak*. If w *nt anything in the "nrnlture Line call -»in on R 4FJCM 4- M EST EE, W*y Flo\M«rs. No births or marriages have taken place in town this week. Glenn s Ferry people are making a success of artesian wells. 8 Judge Hopkins has gone to DeLamar mining camp ou busiueaa. J- M. Bennett, of Pocatello, waa one 1 of our pleasant callers Thursday. Payette valley will have a big straw herry crop tin« season Kootoai county is preparing for a mammoth Potato crop. Moscow is doing more to build It self to city of the flnt class than town in the state. 1 reaching at the Baptist church next .Sunday morning and evening »ou are cordially invited. The big rouud up for this portion ; of the county begins on the 27th, in I Marsh Valley, **•*•*" »» gathering up their • u »<* t**«* for the opening of their ! line to the National Park, 1st of June any The stag* accommodaUoua for trav elUre fn£ Market Lake to Rexlmtg is not equal to the dcuuuul Prof. Faria, Citv Surveyor of Og den. ia surveying and platting the Cut»haw addition to Blackfoot. Mr Beane, of Salt Lake, ia spend tug the week with bis brother. Hon. Frank Beane, of our town. Throe trust«» for this school di* triot are to be elected at the June election. Hang this on a peg in your mentor t and be on luutd to yoUs ; What farmer« hack in «he atatro ' call "ibe long «www in May" ia with ! u* in Idaho. W« have had rain every day fur mote than a week. Judge J T. Morgan, of the Supreme Bench of the State, came over to Blsckfoot Weduced«; A school boy say* ; A bachelor ia a man who has no wife, nor wants no wife, nor cant get no wife. Attorney Rapp has been to Teton Basin scierai da;»of the week cm pro fuMiooal MMIMN A majority of last Saturday's pick nicher» boast of a real * lively " time in lb« evening. Mrs W. T Reeves has been elected president of the County I'nion of the Woman * Christian Temperance Cnion The bach streets in town ought to be cleared of straggling sagebiusb. Let's form a combine and get to work. Barnett Broa. will start their stags lines from Beaver Canoo to the Na tional Park 1st of June. Mr Wm Burke, of Salt Lake City, came up Tbureday to sec after his large cattle Interests in Idaho He dropped in long enough to give ua some pleasant news from his city. The thoughtful, honest old citizens ! praise the Bennett, Rogers snd Wood in commissioner*' deed* like they preis* the "good old times" gone by. Th-v-vU^.W. «"««»I»" A car load of shad eggs have been "TÄS* Dr. Shafer, the popular dentist of Rock Spring», is to be here early next week. Should you owl any denul work remember thia Judge Shoemaker and family have been summoned to Little Blackfoot, the home of hia wife'» father, who is reported dangerously ill. Mr. 0. F. Bacon haa returned from i Owyhee county, whither be went to ! 100,1 *** hi * ,w * c Äock of 8beep pasturing there. The County Commissioners paid , ,0 500 (or soUe river bridge and it w « the beat purchase they made The faraway Carriboo mountain* caught another carpeting of »now Tuesday of this weekend that after noon prerented a beautiful ^V. ground for the intervening green foot bills. A large number of Eastern people are looking over that portion! 0 ** «ÄtStSSÄ ' I lei Ibrfkv Bar merchants haveobanged Home to Glenn'a Kerry. This go ws ; ,,m of the had feeling* oyer the conn I ty seat question. The grand sachems ..... of the U. P. 5Ä ' re ex l' ect * d on this portion of their line within the a be next week. The Gospel services of the W. C T announced last Sabbath day evening have been a future day. The cases against Bishop Rick* and other men of this county, pending in the I nited States Court on old charg es, have been dismissed. J B. Miller, city attorney for Po catello, came up to visit his family Wednesday. 3 Business men, of Pocatello, com plain heavily of the dull time* brood ing over their town. Mrs. T. M. Stewart who haa been extremely U1 for four weeks post is convalescing and will soon be up again Jack Bunting has sold out his mer cantile business at Idaho Falk, and will re-engage in business at Black foot, so the Times of this week says. Blackfoot is a nice place to live and do business. for Sun postponed to in «I iMxy Joe ia an Indian, but Laxy Joe with it ia, in his way, a philos opher. Job says : "Me no savvy Bingham Republicans no ketch'm f"* *Pi»intmenU; nwy-beuo, bime v'LITj ' 1° f "i Bi °K hm ® ?St»d oWrSg on One Foster, a St Joe weather proph et, predicts the most terriffle storms, commencing in June, witnessed in the t'nited Suie* sinoe 1832. He says «inter will begin in October and »ball haye the bitterest cold ever •* ne ' ,cad The last legislature was not equal to the emergency of locating the ; agricultural college, bot the next elect ' ^" l > - CMDOt we ex* ! Major Gallagher, of Pocatello, spent Wednesday in Blackfoot It is un derstood that the Major will take an active interest in real estate matters of that town when the public aale begins Our Custer oounty and Lost river friend v can viait us now without pay ing toll at the bridge, we are told that the toll was heavy enough to make a bell toll, but there will be no more toll so we are told. One of our exchanges has this ad vertisement: "Foa Sali: A piano by a lady about to travel in an oak case with carved legs." We hope that lady won't strike Blackfoot on a windy dsy. Parties returning from the Seven Devils mining camp say : distance lends enchantment to the view and far-off reports add to the richneas of the mine*. Rube Dunn, in his forecasts of the seasons, says we will bave no orthodox weather this year. Well, it looks that way, and it feels that way, and it will probably turn out that way. Frosts again in Michigan. Wiscon sin and Ohio this week, and consid erable losses in early crops reported. If you want to appreciate fully your home in Blackfoot, visit one doz other towns in Idaho, Wyoming Montana. The little Journey will do you good and make you love your home. A musical tramp gave Deputy Sher iff Ross a serenade Wednesday morn ing at that hour when the gray mists of morn first begin to peep over the esstem hills. The music was thump ing on the kitchen door. The sherifl s dream of strawberries and cream was broken. He got up and the tramp got out Blackfoot does not eneourage bruis and thugs for bruising sports. Blackfoot does not endorse John L. Sullivan and his ilk. Blackfoot doesn't waste money blutes in human shape who batter and bruise one another for the money in sight. And Blackfoot does not desecrate the Sabbath with sparing matches nor mills of trained bruisers. of by C. H. en nr es on At Hysrea's Alton of is Thursday evening May 14th, 1891, Mr. John Hay-ball, of Blackfoot led to Hvmen. Altar. Miss Julia daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wasley. The nuptial ceremony was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, four X or b, atom cnee of a large number of InMtod guests Rev A. H. Lyons pastor of fbe Baptist Church, Blackfoot, offlei sted. The contracting parties have the best wishes of a host of friends for iTong life of marital blessings and happiness. of KepnMicaa League Club. The Republican* of Blackfoot held a meeting Monday evening at the Opera House and organized a League Club of 106 members ; the same to be known in the state organization_ John A. Logan League Club of Black foot. gtate Senator George B. Rogers was elected president, Isaac Ericson, vice-president and A. L. Lalk, Sec y. M Blsekfost sad Vleulty. A stranger seeking a home among strangers in a strange land cannot do better than come to Blackfoot or vicinity. The people are clever, enterprising, moral, induatrioua and inclined to weloome and lend helping hands to stränget s. The climate ia healthful; not so hot in summer nor extremely cold in win ter as many other climates of the same latitude. The soil is productive and yields abundantly wherever properly irrigwt There is plenty of room for the right kind of people to settle in our midst and to such a cordial welcome will be extended. «I A Fsur Hand red JMt*r Deg. Deputy Sheriff Tom Brandon has in possession a little black dog, the property of Ed. Harrington, of Teton Basin, that baa been through the district court at an aggregate cost of about $400. The little fel low is said to be fine - hunter but puts on no airs on that account nor on ac count of the golden eagles he may have cost the parties during the period his dogship was before the court The little fellow is "a trusty" about the sheriff's office, and among the favored few that is not "kept in" under lock and key. He will be turned over to his owner at the first opportunity, and from bis good dog behavior down here it will be safe to say be will not cat hia dog acquaint ances when he gets back to the Basin. Pie-ale Prise*. The following is a list of the prizes competed for and won by members of the two Sabbath schools at last Saturday's pic-nie. Running Tournament, gold bracelet given by Mrs. Holbrook, woa by Joe Watson and presented to Liz&ie Wat son. Sack Race, linen handkerchief, Mrs. Stull, won by Warren Wright Ladies Running Race, box initial paper by Col. Jones, won by Vesta Wright. Gentlemen's Running Race, silk handkerchief by Frank Beane, won by Harvey Fisher. Boys' Running Race, Pocket Knife by Dave Biethan, won by Artie Smith. Three Legged Race, jewel box gift Mrs. Warren, won by Anson A Osborn. Three Legged Race, necktye pin by Dr. Givens, won by Stevens & Rowles. Small Boys Race, fishing tackle gift C. Banting, won by Paul Smith. Running Long Jump, watch charm gift R. H. Hopkins, won by E. Burrell. Boys Running Race, 1JÎ to 16, match box, gift J. W. Eden, von by Claud Garlitz. Running High Jump, base ball, gift H. W. Curtis, won by Charley Bum garner. Small Boys Race, oranges gift C.W. Cress, won by Harry Matthews. Small Girls Race, oranges, won by Pearl Sagers. Ladies Race, pair scissors by C. W. Beale, won by Miss McConnell. Men's Walking Race, necktye by Mr». D»nilson, won by Willet Trego. Standing High Jump, necktye by Fred Vogler, won by Fred Vogler. Girls Race under 16, bottle cologne by August Behle, won by Inez Wright Preachers Raoe, an orange, won by Rev. StulL Women's Heel and Toe walking match, lace handkerchief by Mrs. Barnhart, won by Mrs. E Criswell. Child's Running Race, napkin ring by Mrs. Danilson, won by Lida Sagers. Ioe Cream Race, tree for all. Suc cessful competitor not named, Judges failed to report T« the Ladies of Blackfoot. I take pleasure in saying to you that I have Just secured the services of a First Class Dressmaker from Kansas City. She is now with me and is ready to take orders. Soliciting a share of your patronage, 1 am, RospectfuUy Mrs. H. Garmtk. Idaho House, Blackfoot. Complete line of the standard makes of corset* at Mr». A> K. Barnhart's INS I Il II ■ I i 16 yards of Calico $1. 12 yds. new Challies $1, 25 pieces of Embroidery at cost Gents Congress Shoes for only $1.50. Ladies screwfastened grain shoes for only $1.50. Childrens seamless back screwfastened p™ in shoe sizes 9 to 12 for only $1.25. Gents good cheviot shirts for only 75 cents. Gents good colored seamless hose, 2 pair for 25c Finest line of gents Neckwear 25c to $1.00. Before purchasing give us a call C. BUNTING & COMPANY. For Spot Cash My »entire stock of Millinery, consisting of Straw Felt feats, Ribbons, Feathers, Laces, Diy Goods, Shoes, Slippers, in fact everything on hand. Call early and get first choice. Those indebted to me will please call and settle. Mrs. S. E. Holbrook. Have You Seen At BIET miM'S That fine line of Neckwear P just received The line of stylish Hats that have just arrived P Those boys shoes that wear so long and well. Those French calf Morocco tip boots at $4.50. His men's calf boots at $3.25 His fine line of Clothing. That bed room set at $23.00 His large and elegant line of Reed Rockers. His complete line of Furniture and Wall Paper. His line of Hardware, Harness and Saddles. If you have not, go and see them, get his prices and save money. * 13. H. BIBTHAIST. Blackfoot, Idaho.