Newspaper Page Text
The Idaho News. vol. 5. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1891. NO. 20 just as They Come. Tue big sugar beet mill at Lelti, I'tab, was put in operation this week. Briley s uew butcher shop will be opened Ui tbe public next week. TtU News is a little curious to see tbs Governor's forth coming Thanks- j jiving proclamation. Two Indian bucks, all the same druok as white man. hud a figlit witu knives at Pocatello a few days ago. ! ! Where is the man with big potatoes tbit year. We want u 3} pounder uai waul one hail. The Chamberlain House, Idaho Palla, has closed its dining halls for the wiutvr. Mrs. Geo. C. Stull aud Miss Mc Connell spent two day s of the week visiting Irieuds iu PocuU-llo. The Democrats of Idaho Falls were called together Friday evening to or ganize a Democratic club. Market Lake is building a brick icfead house. The district was bond cd for !U years. v Ball may profess not to know ■ocb bet be always knows wb«t he ' sou id do if be were in your place. Tbe female doctor at Fort Hall lu diso School bas gone East, never, uev er to returu. Have you called on the teachers or trailed the School this week? If tlol, ebsik it down as a short coming •gainst yourself. It will Siam be full oioon and stilt ■e bave bail no written opinion of ttc Attorney lieuerul on any law of Idaho for the m mth of Uclolier. Wheat ts selling iu the Uortheru put of the couuty at 4U cent* per batte l and potatoes at 30 cents per band red It U about the time of yeat for book-wheat cakes to become «lily riwr» un. I make tbemselves sweet on ample syrup. Tbe Blackfoot delegates to the distil! Lodge of tiiaal Templars at Caldwell, will leavu Blackfoot Tues day next at 3:30. Wm. Meter, formerly of Black fra.., but now of L<*» Angelos, ( aliforuia. bos sold out bis liquor business rinl » buying ami selling grain. Tbe County t»».*»id of (*oinmi»>iou. *r» has beard a super-abundance of food talk this week's session. •od petititiona for road» until the wuldn't rest ' Conductor McBryde of the 0. A N Ry between I'lK-atello and Ogden wu* ! bailly injured by falling between two box pur. „I n. I I .• I _ onx cars at Cache Junction a few dg,, Ig( , ,. ., «r. Carpenter, of Carpenter Paper w. Uiiinlui, gave us a pleasant call j weiluetday. He is one of lhe most afEwtilc ami courteous tourists on the roui It*ad! 11 ran,,id wires flashed it from Ad l* irn . . «i l bM* wl . o , B T J"" " r * T I T! ne you nuinol hurt her bv hkiffinnir V » , . I fr ; m V' 8 ; ' '' X .. . •' i " K il - HaMm fmm tiw I4«hn hebNjr at -« bulls arc gelling in circulation ^ta-lv through north .. I. - . * ,n ' ,< *hey are a match for any 1 on the muiket. Mrs. Oral Faul, net* Brooks, former it a teacher in the Blackfoot ■chool, «* the happy mol her of a g«rl, so the «Win, Iliiiiora, 4ih of Octolier. W* F u || term of United State» Wirt at Boise lias adjourned »ine die Why wouldn't Judge Beatty be «he man to Be would fill *®tl ease. succeed Judge Sawyer»? tbu office with dignity The people look for something grand, gloomy and peculiar" when J * °*t>iteiitlary investigation rt*|Hiri ««ne» from behind the Mind» of lhe * l «*r chamber. The remains of a wealthy Londoner , Î 8 Ponced in a glas» cask**, deposited on the top of* one of * QtMaf house» in lhe city A good .l**'.!' f r,, ' n which "dese dry «kjiii'h v|s« agin." With gruiu at 40 cent* per bushel am) potatoes anywhere from 8 cents to 26 cents per bushel it doesn't ap pear that McKinley's bill is helping furiners very much. j "B right in Ohio and New York." McKiulev's personal popularity may carry him through iu Ohio, hut Me Kiuleyistu is not "in it" in New York. Judge Stevens has heard from Mc Kinley and the message was—"I'm ! The old cow crossed the road, the ! old crossed the road, aud the why she crossed the road was—kase »he wanted to cross, why the Slat«; Board of Equalization reduced railroad assessments was— kase it wuuted to reduce them. reason And the reason News from Butte City now has it that the Anaconda mines will open up in the next 30 days. Then there will lie activity iu that city as well as iu Anaconda and along tile Utah aud Northen» "brauch" railroad. Some one has jokingly said that j the meeting Tuesday «muting at the ■» » «. T. U •'»•l** 1 •* «' ■ C. T. U. meeting. Will, ' it was both; and the combined forces of the two will «orne .lav be as strong the ruck. that bind the bills to J nsi before going to press we learn that John Prichett, living in Cedar Hollow, this county , about 15 miles as get her. many mon- cluUlreu of that family •> I uortli east of Blackfoot, was thrown from a wagon by a run away Irani, and hud oue of his legs broken. No particulars obtained. It is so comical and funny to call the Utah A Northern Hy. a "branch" ! road; but that's the name givcu the liativ by the stale liourd of cquulizu lion and so let it lie christened aud cwlled. The same Isatrd wont name so lhe people sav. Dr. (licks, the weather prophet, warned "tlio«e who go down to sea to guard against storm» from the 10th of October, aud sure lo tbe 13th enough the »bums ou the A Liutic came in all their fury. For three da> , tbu ablpa grtMUe d in continuous rage of the billows The Blackfiwt U.y. were victorious : in tlieir game of base ball with the Pocatello nine lust Sunday. A Sale bath victory is a dear bought victory it in .it 1er» not which side wins, and we trust the game will not Ik* tried again on the Sabbulh. Better take d;(J . b ,diday from •chool, yes, two ! John A. Logan dub, of Idaho * ...... Falls, may la* the only Republican club in the State to Whereas and Re ^ |n l|u , ((f lb „ StuUj , loiin , j _ days, if guinea must be played. , |,,,MlmU * ,4 ' r ' K K ««»Pf, of A r ang«*e ' u,rlhl ' r " c mnty, was a pleasant caller ai l i t. N KWB office Wednesday. Since hjs, ! " , * 1 V,#,t ,U JU, ' V " e haS ta ". BÂh ,I,P " b «W ' >f Haiiifhti.r Ihm first H.ilii in Idaho. auugnitr, iiw nm u im iu n,, ' liUlu ,mo m,,U,ur "'«fl.v* •>'*<« «he father is cor, es pond Ingly Irappv. 0c(K . ril , 0 0. Howard of the Uni ted States Army contrihntes a five lH ,| lltn ii article to the Youth s Coinpan Octolier 15ih ,»n 3. 0. Fisher, the i'lienomouul Scout. Mr. Usher is In dl.tn Agent of the Fort Hall reservu lion, and all who are closest to him uiid who know him Itest attest the complimentary sayiugs of General Howard about him. if Equalization, but "dont you forget it," buiidreda of voters will |KTsoi,ally aud individually do the same thing « if word» mean anything in the open ; a j r C. B. Wheeler cun sell more goods and talk more polities pleasunlh in 1(1 minutes time than auy businMs of He cun blend the two buvlng. H>* understands the whole Iowa, Massachusetts, •*it will man in Idaho so harmoniously that- It is a treat for one to stand at the counter hikI keep on situation iu N w York and Ohio, and prove Just that wav*" It is not long off now when the people of this school district will be culled on to vote bonds to build a school house. We need it now, and we need it bad. The old building is too crowded for the teachers to do the best work that could be done with more room. When the time comes we must vote liberally and build a build ing with all the needful rooms for school purposes, for the public library, teuchers conference room etc. A new and larger building is a positive necessity. Didn't Care to Hove. It has leaked out that tbe railroad ; company wanted to promote a certain efficient young man and move him to a di staut station from where he is working. He answered back : "No, I thank you, I dont care to move; my prospective father-in-law lives in this town." He is sti.l doing business at the old staud. , j Merit! M inn. | - j There is a trite old saying but true as old that merit wins, always wtas.j It has been exemplified of late in Idaho Journalism. The Meritt of the ! Saimou City Recorder bas won the j Shoshone Journal even down to its ' M,u, ' tn ,ufM ' its Ia-es. There was n w ' 11 of balo almut the mail car when train paaaed Blackfoot the other eveuing. The photos must have been in trarsit for exchange. ... .... ascertain, if possible, the true cause , . , .an of his death, reached its objective , .... , , iHitut and did its unpleasant work 1 ... * I mapped out before starling. The re . , , , ", ., mums wert» exhumed and thoroughly * » It >F<m Hamilton, ! source that the parly who left Black foot two weeks ago for the Sargen l Hamilton ranebe to exhume the mains of the late Hubert Ray Uamil ton for proper identification, aud to It lias been learned from a reliable re ••««'n'n" 1 - tlle Coroner was satis (list that they were beyond any ques li,m lhe of H * m,l,on Bml that lie came to Iiis death by drown The News lias Imd information in« all the tirni that could bo tclicd on : llwt |||tnij|u>0 drowned and it bM aud again so statod, but now it is provcil beyond doubt aud it is to lie hoped that the remains of this un fortunate man will Ik* allowed to rest ill quiet until ail graves give up their dead. lioein-l Temperance Meeting. About once a year the Iadie9 Of the \V. C. T. U. generously let the gentle men have charge of a gospel temper I mice meeting and it is needless to say that I hem occasions are very enjoya , ble ones, such a one on Tuesday evening last filled the M. E. Church : with an appreciative audience which listened to the programme throughout wjth evid , nL ,. of interest and '«flight. After Hie usual opening ex aWv „^ducted by Mr. Stew ^ j, r> Dietrich gave a splendid ren dit.«., of the "Chariot Race, ' from "Ben Hur," which was warmly ap ... . # t ; p| tta( | e( j aui | A f ter a charming inatru mental duet Mr Fust entertained the w|tl| a graphic alld , ifelike account of the woes of an honest gr „, lgt . r a, the hands of a smooth utngued''Lightning Rral Dispenser," mid evoked much merriment from tbe uud j t ., K , e some of whom have prestim •bly "been there" themselves, jt.,pj> came next with a stirring and spirited speech on temperance ques (j,m and convinced his audience that Mr. all had not yet been said on that much talked subject Mr. Stewart added a few words of earnest exhor tation in the same line and then came ; | a solo: "Dese dry bones sball rise ! agiu," beautifully sung by Mr. Steven son with Messrs Vogler, Beul and Stull in the chorus. This Bong was sung by especial request of Col. Joue*, ii being a favorite of his The Col. then gave a wise and witty discourse on the text, "Times aim what they used to be," which occasioned much laughter as he successively contrasted the boy that used to be with the Imy that is, the old-time boy, studious, diligent and respectful with the boy that pluys base-ball on Sunday; the ruby-lipped, rosy cheeked girl of long ago and the pale fashionable creature of to-day—the good old mother with the caraway cookies at hand and the mother of to-day, but he failed to bring the fathers in. The audience dispersed well-pleased with the exer cises and the ladies wish to thank all who so kindly and ably asristed them. * * * _ „ „ „ ; TWO HEARTS NOW BEAT AS O NE. One of the prettiest weddings ever , witnessed in the vicinity of Blackfoot was the wedding Thursday evening at 6 o'clock, Octolier 15th, of Robert M. Shannon and Lizzie Dunn at the | residence of the bride's father on j Blackfoot river. Rev. G. C. Stull. pasl<)r of lhe j, E . Church, Blackfoot, omcla|ed The ceremony prescribed iu tbe ritual of tbe Methodist Church ! u tjeuul jf ul ag wei | ^ impressive, j aud tbe groom and bride e]egaDt | v and tustily allired tor the occasion. glo<(d the ordeal and interested gaze of the guests heroically to its close. _\f u . r congratulations, earnest, sin cere and cordial, an elegant wedding supper was the next on programme and at which the guests did full duty to themselves and to the occasion. At eight o'clock the entire party left for the home of tbe groom near the ! town of Blackfoot. Here they were ' reinforced by a large party of friends of tbe contracting parties from town and vicinity and the evening was spent in the fullest enjoyment of such . . auspicious occasion. At llo clock , . ,, . . an elegant collation was spread and 1 .. . ... , the guests proved themselves as ear- ; . ... ... nest as at the wedding supper. At a ... ...... late hour, the friends, one by one, ] with hearty expressions of good w ishes for a long and happy married life bade the groom and bride good night and left them to the enjoyment of I be quiet pleasure of "at home.' The bridal presents were many, costly and some of them elegant. The News scatters rice from its taiumanic bot tle of good luck over the pathway of j the happy couple, and joins the r friends in every expression of good ! will and good wishes. Short Hctre Dialogue. (Beak Lake.) We never raised a winsome star. Or shoal to hreert content, Bui that the Bonn! of Stale would growl And Jerk 'em ten per cent. (Rinoham.) Our mavericks, too, and runt.v calves. Old not escape those gentry; Rut instead of only ten per cent They elevated twenty. (Oneida.) Hush. hush, kind friends, why thus com plain. Your fate Is truly happy. Our sage brush groves and stink weed plains Wert* raised at even forty. (IUii.koad.I Te, he, ye fools, you *r* not In it. We wore lowered several pegs; Hut then you know, wc let tbe board Pull gently st our legs. (Mobal.I Extend your leg and Presto. It Is done. —Idaho Enterprise. Call off your dogs. It's no use now ; Oh Keese, put up your gun. The Statesman's flopped, O. K.'s the act It's the Board's Great Champion. Ladies trimmed hats, the model of fashion both in style and color At Mrs. Barnhart's. County commissioners earned their per diem aud mileage over bills and roads, principally, this October term. Good roads and the proceeds of bills allowed iu one's pocket makes a trav ; e ^ er «'«t?* 1 «' 0,1 h* 8 journey. For the latest styles in dress pat terns eall at the Ladies emporium at Mrs. Buruhart's. est. If you are iu need of any millinery in the latest designs call at Mrs. Barnhart's as she deals only in first class goods. Prices low us tho low N ew good S consisting of Dry Goods, latest styles, Notions, Undenvear , Boots , Shoes, •Clothing, Blankets, Hats, Rubber Goods, Etc. We call your special atten tion to our line of Dress Goods and Clothing. C. BUNTING & CO. m m m FALL AND WINTER TRADE. Just received a full line of Dress Goods, consisting of Suitings, Bannockburn Plaids, Cashmeres, Flannels Etc., also Ladies and Children's Wool and Merino Underwear. A full line of Millinery, newest styles and good goods, prices low to suit everybody, also just received a full line of Ladies and Chil dren's Shoes, Hosiery, and indeed anything usually found in a La dies Dry Goods Store, give me a call and be convinced. ! ' ; ] j ! Mrs. s. e. Molproor. tit +++ +t+ Make a mistake once, and bought a Cheap Stove for the sole reason that it was cheaper than some other stove. Now if you contem plate buying a stove do not make the same mistake again. Remember that I'm selling the very best stoves on earth, both for cook ing and heiting. A Car |ra Load gf Just re * ceived Is what I i i want to ! Show you o i*n * I can and will sell you stoves, (quality con sidered) cheaper than any one in Idaho. Five or even ten dollars is no consideration when you are buying a stove, for the differ ence in the fuel bill or poor baking for three months will make the difference to you. + Grarland Stoves **• are no experience in Blackfoot and Vicinity but 50 people will speak well of them. If you want to know who uses them I can give you 50 references in and around Blackfoot But if you must have a CHEAP stove; I also have a few of them which I sell cheaper than anyone. I also have a large stock of Stove Boards, Coal Hods, Pipe Elbows, Shov els, Tinware, Hardware, Crockeiy, Lamps, Woodenware, Etc. Please call and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. Yours Truly, D. H. BIETHAN, Blackfoot, Idaho.