Blackfoot Bingham County News in Blackfoot, Idaho 5 May 1903
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Blackfoot Bingham County News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1903, Blackfoot, Idaho
Tuesday morn cd g. Handsome Linen waists trimmed with Beautiful four Inch Cluny lace inserting in front and sleeves and cuffs fucked in Back Hemstitch de turnover on Collar exc client $5. 0 values this Wook $3.50 every lady invited \ i to come in and get her Correct weight. We have put in a pair of Fairbanks of Scales for the convenience of our customers and would be glad for you to use them. . Butt druggist agent for Hoyle so candies. � � just get 111 the push and follow the crowd. I u a Al. When you ret thirty Hue lie. Him to Vio Hgan i hug Stottle i will Ell my Outeiro Stock coi listing of. Jeffi to millinery goods shc3wc ases fixtures Etc. In to dealers at a sacrifice. Call and Amine. Must he disposed of Nee. 1 i m Earle i. G. Gnon your Winter clothes Haw i. A t it to imply cleaned and pressed y lieu Garter before Pul ing them away. The Henson Why. Hancock s liquid Sulphur should be in every Homo it is endorsed and pre scribed by Many leading physicians for neb diseases As eczema pimples ring Worms. Salt Rheum Dandruff diphtheria. Sure Throat outs Burns open sores and All mood and Kin troubles. No household should he without it. Ask your druggists for a Book on liquid Sulphur ind see Whu the doctors say regarding this wonderful remedy. For Sale it Smiths pharmacy. $ keeps Well posted. Tlbr1 latest and improved methods Are he kind used he Jim Carter. Oulu the finest chemicals and safest methods used. Just received a now line of he following Nii in silk a Lull. All tin new Sadi s also a handsome line of White end Black silk mits in Elbow lengths 5 � l Al i. M or summer Wear. A new swell line of ladies walking skirts in Black tan and Grey. Are. Iso not re. Up to Date Cadies shirt waists Ever shown in join City be do not a. I you to buy. Just Call and see them. Elk ans see window display. Something new. 1 am now bottling the Genu Ine Coco cola which is being generally introduced in Brunswick and Vicinity. Am prepared to fill All orders from one Case up at 70 c per Case of two dozen Bot a ties. Send us your order on phone 185 Ludwig 306 Bay Street. Personal menu 1. Notes about people who come and go in and out of the Dart is in Douglas for a few i. E Morgan. Of Everett was Here yesterday. % a. L Atwood of Tifton was in the City yesterday. W. It. Dart has returned from a trip to Savannah. R. W. Mathews of fancy Bluff was in the Etty yesterday. O. W. Wright of Sterling spoilt yesterday in the City. J. It. Wilson of Way Cross spent yesterday in the City Polit Ratcliff of fancy Bluff was in the City yesterday. Capt. D. O Brien of Darien is in tile City for a few Days. J e. T. Bowden of Jacksonville spent sunday in the City. D. K. Moore of Cordele. Was Reg 3 Herod at the Oglethorpe yesterday. Alex Livingston of . Was among tie visitors to the City yester Day. E f. Latimer of Valdosta was among the visitors to the City yesterday. Manager Jacobi of the hotel cum Berland came up yesterday. He re ports that indications Point to a big season on the Island. One of the stunning new hats is of chrysanthemum Straw trimmed in for get me nets at miss Kate slaters. Pretty Cheeks. A food that makes girls Sweet to look upon. The right food for Young ladies is of the greatest importance to their looks to say nothing of the health. Thin Sallow girls dont gel the right food you May be absolutely certain. A Brooklyn girl says for a Long time in spite of All i could do i was thin Skinny and nervous. My Cheeks were so sunken my friends used to re Mark on Liow 1 looked. I seem to get strength from my food meat potatoes bread Etc. So 1 tried various medicines without fun often read about grape nuts but never tried the food until one Day something impressed lie that perhaps if i would eat rape null for my nerves and brain 1 could digest and get the Good of my food. So i started in. The food with Cream was fascinating to my taste and 1 went in for it regularly twice a Day. Well i began to improve and now while on my third package i Travo changed so my friends congratulate me warmly ask me what in the world 1 have taken a. A. My Cheeks Are plump and Rosy and 1 feel so Strong and Well. I sleep sound and it seems As though 1 get enough to eat. Thank you sincerely for making grape nuts. Nome Given by Postum cos., Battle Creek Mich. Theress a reason for grape nuts the Brunswick daily new. Regular sales Day. Sheriff Berrie and marshal Burney will both sell. This is the regular sales Day with sheriff Berrie and chief of police Turnev and Noth of the officials will sell considerable property at Public outcry. The notices and description of the property which is to he sold for taxes appeared in the news during april. Among the list is to to found some very desirable property both in the City and county. Sunday excursions begin. Many tick advantage of the Low rates and spent Day away. The different railroads is Well As the Steamboat lines inaugurated the summer excursions sunday and they were taken advantage of generally. A unusually Large crowd came Over from Savannah and spent the Day with friends in the City while a number of Bruns wilkians also visited that City. The Hessie nude her first sunday trip to st Sinunu pier and quite a Large l crowd advantage of it. 11l in Atlanta. Or. And mrs. Toll Mas Fuller left sunday right for Atlanta where they went to attend the bedside of their son Tom. Who is quite ill in that City where he is attending the text. A Telegram was received by the parents of the Young Man saturday afternoon stating that he was quite ill suffering from appendicitis and that it would he necessary " to perform an operation sunday. Nothing Lias been Board of his condition since the departure of Iii parents. May week Sale of Fine hats at miss kale Slater s Parlours. Removal notice. 1 have removed my plumbing and Gas fitting business from my old stand 315, Newcastle to 125 Newcastle Street in the store opposite w. H. Devoe s grocery where i will lie glad to Wel come my friends and the Public generally Moses Daniels. Wedding j ? presents ? s we have a Nice line in j 1? silverware Cut Glass -51sand Fine China. Call and 1 la. Kennon Mott ? and Eye specialist. T215 Newcastle Street. A keeper of the City clock. Time by wire from Washington daily 1 at 11 a. M. 99 reasons Why you should use a Gas Cook inc stove find a electric fan is. I makes Tho Hong sum. Suer Days endurable. My. It makes life Worth living. 3rd. It does away with the x expense of going to the mountains Ort islands. Ithe other ninety six reasons will he discovered after a Short 1 trial of them. Get the benefits. I at Onck. See us to Day. Mutual Light & water co. For groceries and fresh meats remember Durden & cos Wolf and l Street sell it less. Phone 352. And what you order will be delivered dead these prices. Stew meats from 5 to 7 1-2. Pound Steak from 10c Pound to 12 1-2. Groceries just As cheap. For Sale geraniums begonias. And potted plants 025 b st. Mrs. W. K Dempster see the latest in Outing headgear the pretty new Linen hats at miss Kate slaters. The latest novelties in tailor made clothing can be had at Jim Carter s he represents the leading tailoring i i Corn is in country. A White Chiffon trimmed in or types and i ape applique Crown. One of miss Slater s new hats. I time Tiee Ial ? Tiews 51 etes. Miss Tom Barkuloo will leave this week for a visit to Savannah. Mrs. T. R. Lamar is the guest of mrs. Irving Proctor at Southern Pine i miss Sheridan of Johnstown a. I is the guest of mrs. J. B Dart for a week. 6 master William Montgomery will entertain Bis Little friends today from 4 to 6. T miss Ella Symons of Savannah spent sunday Here Tho guest of mrs w. F. Symons. Miss Christine Winter has returned to Savannah after a visit to mrs. T. F. Winter. Noil Coney of Savannah spout Sun Day in this City the guest of or. And mrs. A. V. Wood. M mrs. F. D. Aiken gives a reception this afternoon in Honor of mrs. I. M. Aiken of Pensacola. Miss Marie Devoo will entertain the Zinnia club wednesday at 4 Oclock instead of Oil Friday. Miss Ada Gould arrived from new York yesterday and is the guest of her Mother mrs. H. S. Gould at Avoca Villa. The friends of mrs. C. E. Stewart of Mcdonald who was formerly miss Hettie Burns will regret to know that her Little child is seriously ill at Way Cross. Alfred Crovatt was one of the Emory Ball team that was prominently mentioned in sundays journal. A photograph of the Emory men appeared Iri the journal. A handsome portrait of miss Evila Webster appeared in sunday s Atlanta Journ a. Miss Webster who now resides in Atlanta formerly lived Here and was one of this Cit yes prettiest and most popular Young girls. Circle no. % of the methodist Aid society will give a Lawn party at the Home of mrs. William r. Dart in str Bana next Friday afternoon from 3 to 6, and Friday evening from s toll. Refreshments will be served and As it will he a. Moonlight night and High tide those who attend will enjoy a delightful evening. The civic league is devoting its energies for the present to the task of improving the Western Hail of Jokl place near the court House. Be cause of the lateness of the season the league has decided to concentrate upon this Square and not attempt to Plant any further this season. The next thing taken up by the society will be keeping clean the streets and squares. There is need in the line for strenuous Effort. Every lady in Brunswick is invited to attend miss Slater s May week Sale of Fine millinery. Excursion lists fought. The first coloured excursion of the season went to st. Simon yesterday being Given by one of the churches of tie City. While the crowd was a Largo and very orderly one a number of the toughs went along and Sev eral of them engaged in a general free for All fight during the Day hut no damage was done. Tho sweat shop method is strictly avoided at Jim Carter s clothes clean no establishment. Evelyth a is Well ventilated and lighted and pure chem cals Are used. Attention smokers. I handle a Fine line of genuine Merse Haum pipes they Are beauties. Cali and look at them. Sig lev Ison 310 Bay Street. The new Linen shirt Waist hats Are All the rage. See them at miss Kate slaters May week Sale. Putnam farm. For Sale at. Pel Canville 17 acres under Good wire Fence 15 acres cleared Price a Loo. Camp Walker acres Rich land to acres under plow Good houses and barn. One of the Best improved places in the county near she Lii Omi near Railroad. Price a Loo. Apply m . Fendig & co. White goods ribbons and embroidery Sale this week mrs. Isaac watch this space. Pc. To women f the a i Cera
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