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THE IDAHO NEWS THE IDAHO NEWS nun : One Teer, by mail. Six Month». Three Month«.. PL'RUiHCb sv.xr satcsimt. (I'ormau Jene», t I Publisher. * 8.00 1 .» l.uu VOL. 5. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO« SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1891 NO. 4 Danilson's Bargains! >ote the Price« : Children's shoes from 75 cents to $1 50 per pair. had ies shoes from $1.50 to »5 00 per pair. Children's plush caps 40 cents. Boys' skull caps 50 cent*. Gent's bslf hose from 10 to 65 cents. Children's long hose, 3 pans for 25 cents aud upward Gent s shirts 75 cents, 11.00 »1 25. 12 00. #2 50 snd $3.00. Silk shirts 14 00 each. Gent's gloves of sll grades ami prices. Special bargains in embroid eries, from 2 to 12 cent* per yard. And many other valuable bar gains. Call early and fl«t choice . 1 j ! , \ ; 8 ' "Improvement fhe Order of the Age. m j 1 Smith Premier Typewriter UWT IM FRO V KM ENTS. DW BLR RIBBON MOVEMENT MOST tlt'KA RUL KÄMEST RfNMIMO HKST M AN trOLDINU. MOWT St LENT RfNNlNO. EINE WORK J j AU Tjpsrllrri NappHm Alwaj« sa llaad. ••• Kalph T. Morgan, Blackfoot, Idaho. StiMgrapItr Kf 5tt Jrilciil District Agent for Idaho. Mrmnt* tm inu«n »u.« .mi o.tam«m — -—... —- - ; 1 t Full W Line Of \v PlE A _*3*. i SäBfp® Cloth iriV'i-Tl ,«FR.om ^'1 4 I vJW* S '* MO1H 5 I n _BoSTom./Aa^j q/J ft] Jl Xan BeFodno tfi ^Umß FRED FOOLER'S. Insure Your Buildings Against Fire with I I ; ! j _ r • W. V 06 LE R. ! ! j i Pioneer Insurance Agt Of Bingham County. He represent* Five of the l*r*t Fire Companies, also the N ew York Life I ns. Co. I Reduced Prices. ! IISJ FURNITURE. Carpets, Window Shades } Losklng Glasses, Red Spin**, Etc. For Next (ill Days. "e have a g«xxl lino of Bin! Room Parlor Suit*, Patent Rockers, "sin and W«xxl ixittoin Chairs, Office Chairs and Hlrxils, Bed IxMingcs, Extension Tables, Cupboards and Desks. If want anything in the Furniture Line call on fUFEIl # ME ST EH, still not. we were Dr. the learn and that ont« JUNE SHOWERS. The new high liquor license law goes into effect next Wednesday. Sam Small has had Rev. J. Wesley Hill, pastor of the First Methodist church in Ogden, indicted for libel. Kausas is in the midst of an im mense wheat harvest. The old barns will not hold the grain. The turtle is alow and for that . aon la often in the aoup. Dont tie a 1 turtle. rca Ex-Mayor Kiesel, of Ogden, spent llle Wednesday and Thuraday at the cap ital of Biugham. I pose ing, a j Hon. W N. Shilling is superinten ! dent of the cilv schools of Ogden. Col. K L Woods, one of nature's it noblemen, is over from Cassia county, | K° , on a little legal business. \ There will be services at the Bap tist church Sunday at 11 a m and ! ; 8 p. m. Strangers in town will re- j City ceive a cordial welcome. ' Many public speakers are cheered i . only when they sit down—a doubtful tUt and Judge Orr. a* a friend of the court, ; tells of the impossibility of things surv and what men cannot do when sleep an j you j compliment. ing k " . Collina, of Gentile \ alley, rame up TtiurinUy on Iju&ittc** with ^ the county superintendent of schools tie Au emigrant overland train of aev. ! eral families bound for Oregon, went ] the through town Wednesday. ■ no The , , . —, 7 rd from hagle Rock this week. The boy.witi, the jimmy snd (lark lsntcrn rnuat be numerous shout th.t town. The mother, hrotlier sn<l sister of so Mrs Mart Patrie, came in on Friday j morning from Kansas on a visit to j lier and wilt «pend the summer in 1 Blackfoot Another burglary cnee was report Billy Dineen has returned to Flori da Southern life and orange grove* ■away down on tie Swanee fibber," J nave captured Billy soul and body. Wanted — Almut forty or fifty men j and boys to take |*art in the Horribles' proceoait« July 4th Apply to L. W. West at once. to If the new school Isw is not amend led by the next legislature it will In*) Ä „(| lv „f u gm«-« misUkc a* the laat jone was in enacting the law. I Kricson's dairy farm ia beginning to attract attention, and his visitors. prompted by curiosity to see his itn prnvemcnt* and fine milch cows, are growing in number* every week. Remember that next Thursday even- ^' ing at the Opera House, the Good Templars will give an entertainment ; that will be appreciated by all who 1 witness it No admission fee. I Henry Hughes, of Market Lake. I wa« buncoed out of $350 anil a watch ; hi Pocatello a few night* ago. Three of the panics engaged were arrested and are now in jail. ! The numerous burglaries in our neighboring towns ought to be taken warning to our people to sleep with one eye open, With so many of j the nightly prowlers in the neiglibor IioimI we cannot hope to esea|>c seott free nil the lime unless we take prop er steps to head them off. The Pix'atello office of Register ! Anson, of the II. S. Land office, du ! ring the time of the sale of the town j lot* will be on the company side of i the track near where the old band stand was erected. The Territorial Reform School of Utah, located at Ogden was partially destroyed by fire Wednesday evening. Loss alxiut $30,000. I A prisoner under confinement in ! the county Jail under sentence of im prisonment made hi* escape Thursday morning. It will be a saving of one dollar per day to the county to let [ him go. A North Idaho paper has sent out it* bird early and named ex-Senat«r McConnell for governor and State Senator Wells for congress. The ear 1 V hm! may catch the worm if itself is tint c aught, but in this particular case there 1* as much danger to t he bird as Who knows but what } to the worm. Governor Willey may be In the race again. One thing will lie very patent in Idaho politic* from this day on and that is: North Idaho will contend for leadership, »•*«> heeotne a more ag gressive factor than it ha* ever l*on laifore. Think alxmt It: The people of North Idaho talking about another and anot her state ticket When of last winter » legislature arc election the acts still where this deponent knoweth not. However, we are not kicking; we are about as well off as if they were published. Itev- John Bantlv, father of Mrs. Dr. Behle, will arrive in Blackfoot about the first of July and will spend the summer with the Dr's family. We learn that he is a very eloquent divine and lecturer and Tue News hopes that our Blackfoot people will have an opportunity of hearing him more than ont« during his visit. The ladica of the W. C. T. U. and llle membera of the lodge of Goou Templara, workiug in concert, pur pose erecting a large two story build ing, the first floor to be arranged for a public hall, and the second for lodge Committees are at work and it is safe to say thatthe buildiug will K° up before the snows of December rooms. come again. Thursday morning from Salt Lake City where she has been attending uollege for the past ten months. Miss Blanche Jones returned home Keep your memories jogged about . , , , tUt * B 'K FüUrtü of Ju, J' celebration and be on hand when Prof. Wests Horribles parade. They will beat the Mardi Gras crew. And again then be surv ^ | lt . ar Attorney Eden's eloquent an ,| patriotic oration. you a treat to remember. He will give Andrew* one of the party alleged ^ jjuve beet) engaged in the big cat* tie stealing ease was acquitted Wed nesday by the jury without leaving ] the l»ox, the district attorney having ■ no prosecuting witnesses against him. The remaining cases are set for July 7 th. At one time those eases were |o<)kfi(1 a8 „ u.e most l m |Jorlallt £ er docketed in the county , ||a proaec . ulioo „** ,^ n tam ' c . so far that they cease to give rise to j any more street talk than an ordinary j case before the court i'octitcllo All right. The court sustained the demurrer to the answer in the case of Slate of Idaho ex rel J. T. Holcomb vs Inhab itant* of Pocatello, which decision practically settles the case tn favor of the town. This is a big victory for City Attorney Joe Miller. Programme of Gospel Temperance Meeting To |m , he|d at tlle p ariK)n8 ' School I house, Sunday June 28th, at 7:30 p. in. Presiding officer, Mr«. J. 8. Watson. Congregation. . Mr. Keeler. Song. Gospel Reading . Sung.Congregation. Prater...Mrs. Trego. ^' >n * ..Congregation. Owning Address. .. Byrd Trego. «collations. Henry \\ ataon Miss Mai Ge Paraona. Bennie Keeler and Blanche Larocque. Marching Song-Hettie Parsons, Dickey Watson, Mattie Keeler, Peter Parsons, Annie Wearyick. Recitations, Mrs. Pulcipher and Al ton ic Parsons. Select Reading... Miss Eraly Wilson. Recitations, El lie Wilson and Pink Parsons. Robert Duncan. Song, Duct- Misse» Com and Lula Sill. Recitation.... Select Reading Recitation.... A cordial invitation to all. Speech Joe Wilson. Mrs. Lallburty. Mrs. Larocque. Good Tem/dars' Entertainment At the Opera House Thursday even ing, July 2d. PROGRAMME. 1. —Opening Song, by the Lodge. 2. —Address, Mrs. R. J. Osborn. 3. —Singing, Double Quartette. 4. —Address, Wlllet Trego. 5. —Guitar Duet, Miss Sill and Mr. Stevenson. 6. —Tableau. 7. —Recitation, Mabel Herman. 8. —Song, Duet, Misses Brown a Sill. 9. —Address. Byrd Trego. 10. —Song, Duet, Inez Wright and Robert Oslxmi. 11. —Recitation, Annie Amoor. 12. —Tableau. 13. —Vocal Solo, Miss Cora Sill. 14 . —Recitation, Gertie Pierce. 15. —Singing, by the Lodge. 16. —Tableau, Good Night, in A Memlter of the Lant Legislature Gone Awry. The Moscow Mirror tells that J. C. Martin, a member of the legislature from Latah county, has gone where "the lion roareth and the wangdoodlc moaneth for her first tiorn, arrah." Mr. Martin wrs muchly marrie«!, too much ly in truth. Years ago he left a wife and children in Iowa and came West and found nnother woman who phas ed him well. Pretty soon (1 was giypn of out in his new neighborhood—Mr. Martin has taken unto himself a wife. Things went sweetly as falls the sap from the sugar maple until Mr. Martin was elected to the legislature, and when his name appeared on the pub lished list of members, somehow, no body knows just how, it attracted the eye of wife No. 1 who knew not of the home, health nor condition of her long, lost husband. Then started the trouble and it has been growing on Mr. Martin ever since. The other day he packed all he had but his creditors in a wagon and started hither, be said to the Devils, Seven Devils, but when last heard from be was traveling along the roads of the State of Wash ington. Wife No. 2, sits thoughtful ly by his side on the lonely drive and wife No. 1 is on the trail. Mr. Martin, if we mistake not, was one of the original supporters of Mr. Dubois in the senatorial fight, but later on saw his error, repented, affldavited, went home, skipped out, and is to-day hunt ing the place where babies never yell and first wives cannot come. Jnne Tern of District Conn JUD6E STANDROD HOLDS THE EQUIPOISED BALANCES. SATURDAY. State vs Charles Phelps, verdict : guilty of manslaughter. State vs Hyam Lewis, dismissed. W. 8. Boyer, contempt; fined $20 and ordered committed until paid. State vs James Harm, verdict of burglary in the first degree. MONDAY. Thomas Forrest vs A. W. Fisher, judgment for plaintifll John Powell admitted to citizenship. State vs Wm. and Walter Watts, graud larceny; verdict not guilty. TUESDAY. State vs John Silver and Mark Law rence. jury trial, guilty in caae of Silver, Lawrence dismissed. Stare vs Patrick White, larceny, ver dict of guilty. . WEDNESDAY. State vs Geo. Watson, dismissed. Roqua vs Carter, judgment for the plaintiff. State vs Andrews, cattle stealing, verdict not guilty. State vs IL C. Bonney, pleads not guilty, case set for July 2d. THURSDAY. State vs James Cunningham, dis missed. I/ouis Peter Johnson admitted to citizenship. State vs Albert Storms, verdict of guilty. H. O. Harkncss vs C. S. Smith, jury trial, yetdict Senator Fred T. Dubois TO BE HITES A GRAM) RECEPTIOX j AS» CORDIAL WELCOME OX HIS RETURN JCLY 7TH. Rlackfnot Will do Herself Honor in Hon- ! oring Her Distinguished Citizen Prominent Officials and Citizens From Boise and other portions of the State Expected to be Present. The committee of arrangements composed of P. J. Anson. R H. Hop kins, Harry Curtis, W. H. Stufflebeam, D H. Biethan and H. B. Garletz, has arranged in part the following PROGRAMME: On the morning of July 7th, a com- i raittee composed of W. II. Dnnilson. Senator Geo. Rogers, E. F. Lalk. F. W. Beane, Ja*. H. Hawley, George A. Robethan, C. Bunting, M. Patrie and W. C. Borland, will proceed to Poca tello to welcome the distinguished guest. At 7:30 in the evening a re ception will be held at the court room where addresses of welcome will be made by Judge Standrod, Col. J. W. Jones and Rey. Geo. U Stull. At 9 o'clock a banquet will be serv ed at the Opera House, the toast mas ter being J, W. Eden. After the banquet adjournment will I« had to the court house where dan cing will be indulged in to the entran cing strains of the Forrest Orchestra, from Pocatello. It is expected that prominent citizens from Boise and other portions of the state will be present to participate in welcoming ottr most honored citizen. Mr. Sill. and C. Mr. wife West giypn a • • • ■ a a 16 yards of Calico $1. 25 pieces of Embroider} 7 at cost Gents Congress Shoes for only $1.50. Ladies screwfastened grain shoes for only $1.50. Childrens seamless back screwfastened grain 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 Neckweaf 25c to $1.00. Before purchasing give us a call. 12 yds. new Challies $1, C. BUNTING & COMPANY. THE IDAHO HOUSE* +4 I " j Newly BuUi and Newly Equipped and Fur- J ,I nlsbed from Tap to Bottom. W+H-H-HH i ++++++++++ First Class Hotel in Every Respect Centrally Located. Charges Moderate, Share of the Public Patronage Solicited. >4. p. GARLlTZ, Proprietor« Have You Seen At BIETHAN'S That fine line of Neckwear? just received The line of stylish Hats that have just arrived? Those boys shoes that wear so long: and well. j Those French calf Morocco tip boots at $4.50. ! i His men's calf boots at $3.25 His fine line of Clothing. 4K4K ^*.'5#' That bed room set at $23.00 His large and elegant line of Reed Rockers. Ilis 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. 33. H. BIETHAN. Blackfoot, Idaho.