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Blackfoot Idaho News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1891, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Idaho news fuck hid eve but Kate Bidav. Normal Juliws in Tih Lisher. Vol. 4. The Idaho news Blackfoot Idaho saturday May 30, 1891 the Idaho news the heft one year by mail. 43.00 . 1.75 three months. 1.00 no. 52 Danilson a bargains too note tie prices children s shoes from 75 cents to $1.50 per pair. Ladies shoes from $1.50 to $5,00 per pair. Children s Plush Caps 40 cents. Boys Skull Caps 50 cents. Gent s half Hose from 10 to g5 cents. Children a Long Hose 3 pans for 25 cents and upward gents shirts 75 cents $1.00 $1.25, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Silk shirts $4.u0 each. Gent s gloves of All grades and prices. Special bargains in embroideries from 2 to 12 cents per Yard. And Many other valuable bargains. Call Early and get first Choice. A improvement the order of the Smith Premier typewriter latest in p movements double ribbon movement. Most durable easiest Dunn tag. Best Man folding most silent running Fine work. All typewriters supplies always on hand. W Ralph t. Morgan Blackfoot Idaho. Stenographer for 5th judicial District agent for Idaho. Few write far information and catalogue. St full line of Vij Villej cd Stem clothing from qts on5/\ _bostorj./aa55 o in be found to Fred Vogler a. Insure your buildings against fire with f. W. Vogler Pioneer insurance at. Of Bingham county. He represents five of the Best fire companies also the new Wrork life ins. Co. Reduced prices. Intr furniture. Carpets window shades looking glasses bed Spiggs Etc. For next 60 Days. We have a Good line of bed loom suits parlor suits Patent rockers Caiu Aud Wood Bottom chairs office chairs and stools bed lounges. Extension tables cupboards and desks. If want anything in the furniture line Call on to Takk most Kkt. Way of lovers. Judge and mrs. Morgan returned to Boise tuesday morning. Oxford school District advertises Bonds for Sale in to Days news. Mrs. Stewart has so far recovered As to be Able to leave her room or g. A Thompson merchant at Arco spent wednesday in Blackfoot Montana methodist conference meets at great Falls 30th of july Bishop Bowman will preside. Sheep men particularly buyers should read judge Orris notice of a sheep for Sale and give him a Call. County scrip of Alturas county has been Selling for 50 cents on the Dollar. A g. Rand the big cattle Man is at Home again after a three month s visit to friends in Boston. A dime sociable will be Given at the residence of mrs. Sill this Friday evening. Everybody invited. Hon. N. A. Just Aud wife came Down from their Blackfoot ranch monday and spent the Day in town. W. F. Mellick Braskie has several contracts for supplying Indian agencies with bet. Whatever you do dont neglect to attend the school election next monday. Our editor and his better half Are taking in the attractive sights of sait Lake City this week. Preaching at the Baptist Church next sunday morning and evening. You Are cordially invited. Misses Mattie and Allie Hopkins left this week for a Mouths visit to their grand parents in Ogden. Parties from seven devils do not bring very encouraging news from those mines. A communication from Camas was received too late for this Issue but will appear next week. Senator Call of Florida called the legislature to time Aud was re elected United states senator tuesday born thursday afternoon. May 28th, to or and mrs. Wintle of the West Side a girl. California is not boasting of much summer weather this season. Private advices say fires Are still indispensable for bodily Comfort. Our Hig july baby show is the talk among Happy mothers. The prizes will be handsome reminders of the Honor won. Cassia county times says several of Albion a moneyed men Are hoarding up their dollars to invest in Pocatello town lots. The Mckinley Bill was to bring flush times everywhere seven months of trial is bringing failures of the biggest firms in the country. Herman Stuflebeam has returned from a two month s visit to his old Home in new York. He reports having had a housing Good time. Rev. Stull was absent on thursday having been called to american Falls to participate in the wedding service Sparks Franklin. Memorial services in the methodist Church sunday morning. Regular service at 8 of clock in the evening. Come Yoa will be Welcome. John Brown of Salina Utah is under arrest charged with the murder of his Young wife while the two were in the mountains a few Days ago Sam Swanner came Down thursday morning from Teton with four alleged horse thieves among whom is de. Harrington. Hon. W. H. Savidge general attorney for the Union Pacific at Pocatello was up on professional business last thursday. The Railroad company has erected a depot building at the booming town of Basalt and appointed John Drew agent e. R. Hawley of lost River went South thursday morning in route to California where his daughters Are at College. Three trustees for this school District Are to be elected at the june election. Hang this on a Peg in your memory and be on hand to vote. The w. C. T. U. Entertainment for next wednesday evening promises to be something better than usual. Encourage the ladies by your presence. Mrs al. Criswell is the Happy Mother of the latest competitor for the prize baby show of july. Last saturday she presented her husband with a bouncing girl. Mrs. Or. Beane of Pocatello has been suffering for weeks past from the effects of an injury to her foot received in a fall from a horse some months ago. The first of the new Orleans jury bribery cases was called wednesday and it was found that the principal witness had been spirited out of the state. Sheriff Smith is doing some Good work in the Sage Brush with a this boys and still there a much More to be done. The South Street from the court House needs a Nice dressing before court begins. Blackfoot should have a big Celebration july fourth. At other towns in the state meetings Are being held and arrangements made for a big time. Who will be the first to put the Ball in motion Here. Fifteen prisoners Praise the generosity of the county for feeding them every Day and at the same time thank sheriff Smith for the wholesome manner in which their meals Are served. Prof. Bonham came m last week from his tour through the Wood River country and Bis visit to Ogden and 1 Salt Lake during his pleasant stay away he found Many places duller by far than Blackfoot West Side ranchers who have been supplying town people with Wood should read the circular letter of the general land commissioners which we publish to Day. It is a hardship on the ranchers but to save trouble they should comply with the Law. Idaho Falls will observe memorial services to Day in befitting style. We Are in receipt of a Well selected Aud Well arranged program and have no doubt but our neighbors will be proud of their proceedings when the Day c loses. The news regrets to learn of the serious illness of mrs. Elizabeth Taylor Mother of mrs. De and al Criswell. This old lady is upwards of 76 years but has a mind that hitherto Las been Clear As a Bell but the indications Are she is simply wearing out gradually. A mormon immigrant from Germany was refused permission to land at new York sunday because she believed polygamy to be fundamental doctrine of the mormon religion and would practice it if she got an Opportunity the news is four years old to Day. It has escaped a Grippe and Many of the ills that Young journals Are heir to. The skies hanging Over its future Are Bright and promising and its 5th year will begin with the most flattering prospects known in its history. A most complicated state of affairs exists in Alturas and Logau counties without an extra session of the legislature they will become More complicated with one the governor will have to take care of himself in the complications. An increase of the tax Levy from 2.75 to 3.10 of the Dollar and a reduction of taxable Railroad property $550,000 to <600.000, do not awaken a pleasing reflection in the mind of the poor Man who pays on every Dollar he possesses. When a Man succeeds he will get Many expressions of congratulation and encouragement. But when he is engaged in a desperate struggle for Success and needs help not a word does he get. He gets the boobs when he does not need it. Great preparations Are going Forward in Butte in the ranks of the different labor organizations of the City for the great Celebration on june 13. The committee of arrangements is working industriously and from indications nothing so imposing As this Celebration has Ever yet been witnessed in Butte. Judge Orr administered to two cases of Plain but noisy drunks monday morning and the parties came to time with the fines Aud Cost. While in jail they furnished the other Birds a whole Pic Nic of amusements. It is a sad sight to see an old hardworking Man so drunk and noisy that he must be jailed to Shat off his obscene and profane language from the Street judge Orr threw a matrimonial noose Over the necks of Daniel m. Taylor and miss Arena griddle Friday morning May 22nd. The ceremony was Short and Sweet and or Taylor and miss griddle were As happily married As if the judge had worn clerical Robes and had followed the ceremony prescribed by Church of England. For neatness sweetness and dispatch we commend the judge to All who shudder at the solemnity and seriousness of the nuptial ordeal. Program of gospel Temperance meeting to be held in the methodist Church wednesday evening june 3rd. Hymn by choir. Reading crusade psalm mrs. Fisher. Prayer mrs. Holbrook. Song. Select Reading mrs. Bassett. Paper mrs. Rapp. Hymn. Select Reading mrs. Lyons. Congress of nations goddess miss Mattie Behle. China or. E. Lamb. Hindu miss Vesta Wright. Persian or. Harvey Fisher. Egypt miss Mabel Herman. Greece or. James Stevens. Rome mus Gertie Pierce. Germany or. Stevenson. England miss Ada Sill. American or. Robert Osborn. Collection speech Douglas Smith. Doxology. Everybody invited. The coming line. The Chicago Union Pacific amp Northwestern line offers the Best accommodations to the travelling Public in route to Chicago. Through trains fast time magnificent sleeping ears elegant dining ears colonist sleepers reclining chair cars and handsome Day coaches. H. M. Miller agent. Blackfoot. To the fiddles of Blackfoot. I take pleasure in saying to you that i Haye 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. I am. Respectfully mrs. H. Garlitz Idaho House. Blackfoot. Will the patriotism inspired by the first year of statehood permit us to allow the fourth of july to pass unobserved if not let steam be turned on the machinery. Eva Ray Hamilton wife of Robert Ray Hamilton who was drowned in Snake River last year is to go upon the stage. That was the inevitable result of her Lawless and sensational life. Her own life is to form the bases of the play which is decided v proper since she is determined to continue to afflict the Public. No character of human invention would be appropriate to her judge Hopkins is delayed in his Mill Enterprise by the Railroad company in not putting in the Side track to the grounds. Supt Calvin has promised to Send up his Engineer in a Short time and As soon As the Railroad work is done say by the Middle of june at the farther est the Mill work will be begun and pushed to j speedy completion. Billy Dineen is again shaking hands with old friends in Blackfoot. Since he left in january last he has twisted the Tail of the Bril Teh Hon in Canada inspected the world s fair grounds in Chicago climbed Over Lookout mountains where fighting Joe Hooker fought his famous Battle above the Clouds followed in the track of Sherman a March through Georgia plucked oranges from their native Groves caught big fish in st. John s River shot baby alligators in the swamps of Florida prompted for a dance a away Down on de Swanee Ribbert and returned Home through a May Snow storm from Cheyenne to Green River. But few men says the Tacoma Globe have Ever fallen into a pot of molten Metal and escaped with a few trifling Burns yet John Adams of Tacoma did it the other night. He is an employee in the Ryan smelter working on the night shift and it is ocly through great presence of mind that he was not burned Tode Aih. By some misstep he lost his balance and started to fall headlong into an immense pot of molten Metal. As he fell he caught the rim of the pot and although he was immersed almost to his armpits he Drew himself out and with almost superhuman Effort threw himself into an adjoining pot filled with cold water. Some of his fellow workmen saw him East Hin amp Elf into the second pot and Rushing to his assistance rescued him his hands were badly burned but otherwise he had hardly a scar on him. The secret of Bis escape was that he had on extra heavy Woolen underwear Aud outer clothing and before it was burned through Adams was in the pot of cold water. A i in ii ii a a 10 Yards of Calico $1. 12 yes. New Challies $1, 25 pieces of embroidery at Cost. Gents Congress shoes for Only $1.50. Ladies screw fastened Grain shoes for Only $1.50. Childrens seamless Back screw fastened Grain shoe sizes 9 to 12 for Only $1.25. Gents Good Cheviot shirts for Only 75 cents. Gents Good coloured seamless Hose 2 pair for 25c finest line of gents neckwear 25c to $1.00. Before purchasing give us a Call. C. Bunting amp company. Selling out at Cost for spot Cash my entire Stock of millinery consisting of Straw Felt hats ribbons feathers laces dry 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 Biethan a that Fine line of neckwear just received the line of stylish hats that have just arrived ? those Hoys shoes that Wear so Long and Well. Those French calf Morocco tip boots at $4.50. His menus calf boots at $3.35 his Fine line of clothing. That bed room set at $33.00 his Large and elegant line of Reed rockers. His Complete line of furniture and Wall paper. His line of hardware harness and saddles. Complete Lino of the Standard makes of corsets at mis. A e. Barnhart if you have not go and see them get his prices and save Money. A d. H. Biethan. Blackfoot Idaho

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