Read an issue on 4 Apr 1896 in Blackfoot, Idaho and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Blackfoot News.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 4 Apr 1896 Blackfoot News in Blackfoot, Idaho. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoThe Blackfoot Olevas published every saturday. Percy Jones publisher. Terms of subscription one year.$3.00 six months. 1.50 three months75 advertising rates furnished on application entered at the Post office at Blackfoot Idaho for transmission a second class mail matter Blackfoot Idaho april 4, 1896. Professional cards h. Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho. F. W. Beane. Late Reg. Of u. S. Land office. Geo. L. Wall late special cart Gen. Land office amp land attorneys. Blackfoot Idaho. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law Plack fool Idaho. J. M. Stevens stenographer in office. J h bean assistant surgeon u. I. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. Quot telegraphic communication promptly a ended to. 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 York life ins. Co Coal Lump $6.25 nut 5.75 full weight guaranteed the Diamond Coal makes a better fire and lasts fully one third longer than any other Coal in the Market. No trouble to keep fire All night with it. John Montgomery agent. Blackfoot Idaho. Busy people have no time and sensible people have no inclination to use a slow remedy. One minute cough cure acts promptly and gives permanent amp Greene. Silver Moon restaurant second door South of Bunting s. A. H. Simmo Inis proprietor. This new restaurant has just been completely re fitted. Meals at All hours. Ice Cream oysters Aud game in season. To be convinced give us a trial sunday dinners a specially. Fresh bread five cents Fer loaf. A Little ill then a Little Pill. The ill is gone the Pill has won. Dewitt a Little Early risers the Little pills that cure great amp Greene. To tvs to a we have at present plenty of e Oney to loan on Wellov improve d farms. Farmers make a your applications As soon As possible. Lind t by a say amp co., Idaho Falls Ida. A biscuit and manuf a co. Successors to Utah Cracker factory. Manufacturers of the celebrated these goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers in Utah. Send in your orders. 44f South second West Street Salt Lake City Utah. Our weekly budget. Thanks. There is but one March in the year. Omaha live Stock Market was not encouraging last week. County commissioner Ericson is Home again from his business trip to Colorado. Don t wait for Arbor Day to Plant Trees Plant As soon As you can and All you can. Sex congressman Sweet is in the East and will visit Washington before returning Home. Next tuesday our neighbouring towns incorporated will hold elections for town officers a Rumor is going the rounds that governor Mcconnell belongs to the a. P. A a. E. A. Readicker makes the first move in Home improvements. He begins Spring work by painting his residence in West Blackfoot. A Little girl closing her evening prayer said a lord make me a Good Little girl and if you do not first succeed try try,again.�?� col. Hannaford is expected Home from his business trip to Washington sunday or monday. Land office business in the Blackfoot office was better in february than in january and better in March than in february. The song service sunday evening at the m. E. Church was extra Good some of the selections were equal to the Best of the Best choirs. Capt. Wells was loaded with hot shot when the governor fired off his feeler at him and he turned them Loose from every gun in his Battery. Rev. Or. Yost will preach a Sermon to the children sunday morning at 11 of clock. The Church ought to be crowded with Little folks and parents. Pocatello is having a Lively week Over its local tickets but the democrats will walk off with the plums next tuesday. An old time conductor on the Hailey Branch was let out last week. Spotter work. Montpelier has two municipal tickets in the Field a citizens and the Peoples ticket. Or. De Keifer will sing a Solo at the episcopal Church at sunday morning services. A Resolution for the adjournment of Congress May 2d, has been offered but it is not Likely an adjournment can be reached before the 15th or 20th of May. Mrs. De Hamilton who was a resident of Blackfoot when her husband was clerk in the land office died a few Days ago of consumption at los Angeles California whither she had gone for her health. A my pass an Odd fellow a boasted a Little a my pass a Freemason a replied the other a an that a higher for the Hod fellow Waits on the masons a in. Y. World. Fresh soda Pearl Oyster Lemon snap lady Finger fruit biscuit Cracker. Full Cream cheese horse radish strained Honey at Biethan a. A Little fellow who sat in Church by his Mother and saw her put a cent in the contribution Box said to her on the Way Home when she complained of the Sermon a Well Mother what could you expect for a cent a Captain Wells in a recent letter to the Payette Independent has this to say on the lines and Between the lines about Idaho a governor a i have not the prestige of a High office and cannot Call around me a horde of sycophants and time servers ready to do my bidding whatever that May be. I cannot use the Telegraph wires at the expense of the state to give More rapid and wider circulation to my Ful a nations nor have i the Means of subsidizing newspapers at Home or abroad. But unequal As the contest May seem to be there Are two things largely in my favor and entirely beyond the reach of the governor. I have a just cause and a tolerably Good character to begin with and before this controversy is ended if i mistake not his excellency will find there Are blows to take As Well As blows to give and i commend him to a careful husbandry of his resources. The Southeastern Idaho teachers association a t. Ida h o a 11s. Despite the i clemency of the weather a Large number of teachers assembled at the school building for the Forenoon session on Friday which consisted of an address of Welcome by attorney w. To Smith and responses by different members of the association and by supt. C. E. new and special feature of interest was the display of written work from the different schools. The larger exhibits being from the schools of Pocatello Idaho Falls and Blackfoot. On Friday evening a Large audience at the presbyterian Church was delighted with the address a the Beautiful the True and the Good a of t. H. Paul president of agricultural College of Utah. His manner is pleasing and he is evidently both poet and philosopher. President Paul attended the sessions on saturday and gave an Able exposition of the methods of teaching English grammar. The paper on vertical writing by miss May Kavanaugh supervisor of penmanship. Salt Lake City contained much information and practical instruction. Her exhibit of writing done in the grades of Salt Lake schools fully justifies her claim for the superiority of the vertical system of writing. At the business meeting saturday morning officers for the next year were elected As follows president n. C. Titus Blackfoot. Vice pres., mrs. Saddler Pocatello. 2d vice pres., miss Moon st. Anthony. Secretary e. F. Allen soda Springs. Treasurer miss Hadley Idaho Falls. A Constitution was adopted it provides for annual meetings and for the installation of the officers elect before the close of the meeting at which they Are chosen and for the appointment of an executive committee by the president. Resolutions were passed favouring the segregation of the offices of county superintendent and judge of probate and the establishment of the state agricultural College in Southeastern Idaho. The interesting program attracted a Large attendance of teachers and �?�5 citizens. Miss Clara Houck Blackfoot miss Susie Clark Idaho Falls and miss Van Derbeck Pocatello Are the members of the executive committee. Blackfoot is the place of meeting april 1897. To the teachers of the association the citizens of Idaho Falls extended the most generous entertainment and hospitality. On saturday evening a musical and literary entertainment was Given in the presbyterian Church after which lunch was served at the hotel Barry to one Hundred and fifty persons then when the time of departure arrived the Idaho Falls Junior band of musicians were at the railway station to enliven our parting by strains of Sweet music. The social Intercourse and interchange of thought with hosts co labourers and friends not Only makes plainer the Way of duty and life but the recollections of these pleasures will Long remain on memory a fair Page. A teacher. Sheep shearing machine. Geo. W. Gorton and Frank Merrill of soda Springs have purchased a sheep shearing machine. It will be in readiness at the opening of the shearing season. The location selected for its operation is 15 Miles North of the Springs. These enterprising gentlemen will have the credit of introducing the first machine of the kind in the state of Idaho. The capacity of their Purchase is 25 shears and will give employment to 25 shearers. In addition to the rapidity with which the work is done it is claimed that the machines save from one to two pounds of Wool to the sheep Over the old Way of shearing and that the sheep Are never Cut or scarred by the clipping Blades. Their Purchase was made in England none of the machines being manufactured in this country. An apostle of physical culture says that an excellent and never failing cure for nervous headache is the simple act of walking backward. Ten minutes is As Long As is usually necessary to promenade it sometimes however requires More than ten minutes to walk it off if one is very but it is not necessary to walk a Chalk line. Any kind of walking will do providing it is backward. It is Well to get in a Long narrow room where the windows Are High and walk very slowly placing first the Ball of the foot on the floor and then the Heel. Besides curing the headache this exercise promotes a Graceful Carriage. A half hours walk backward every Day will do wonders toward producing a Graceful record. It May do As much for you. Or. Fred Miller of Irving 111., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for Many years with severe pains in his Back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried Many so called kidney cures but without any Good result. About a year ago he began use of electric bitters and found Relief at once. Electric bitters is especially adapted to cure of All kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant Relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price Only 50c. At Ben h. Fernish a drug store. See the new line of Spring capes examine the dutchess of Marlborough Corset 65c., elegant Globe Corset $1.25, at Biethan s. When the the pensions for 1896 Are paid the government will have distributed $2,000,000,000 among the survivors of the Union army and their families. Eight easter egg colors for 5 cents. Ben h. Fernish druggist. The 16 to 1 Contention is exemplified in Idaho by there being 16 candidates to every Tribune. Awarded highest honors worlds fair. Or 11� w Cream baking off hot most perfect Madea pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free from ammonia Alum or any other adulterants 40 years the Standard. Parkersburg w. Va., March 27.�? a new bunco game new at least in the neighbourhood where it is being successfully worked is costing the Farmers and country storekeepers in several parts of this state a Good Deal of Money. The Swidler claims to be a Treasury detective looking for counterfeit Coin. He asks the Farmers and storekeepers to submit their Coin for his inspection. He puts on the Silver Dollar a chemical solution which turns them Black declares them spurious and takes them with him. He also impressively warns his victims that they Are liable to arrest for having counterfeit Money in their Possession and causes them to keep very quiet about the matter thus helping him along in his work of bunco. The Blackfoot lumber co. Has now a Complete Stock of lumber doors Sash paints oils mouldings Etc., and can furnish anyone any materal needed in building their Homes and will sell As cheap As possible so As to encourage the people in building try the Diamond a Home cured hams and Bacon at the Fulton meat Market. One thousand tablets at All prices at Ben h. Fernish a just received. This Means you. A lady is known by the shoes she wears. A proof of her ability to buy Good shoes is shown when she buys Stern Auer amp cons $2.50 shoes manufactured in Cincinnati Ohio and Are for Sale by d. H. Biethan Only. These shoes Cost no More than Ordinary kinds. But will outwear several pair of cheap ones for All cleaning purposes Domestic or mechanical removing scale from steam boilers making soap deodorizing the Kitchen sink or spraying purposes red Seal Lye. Being strictly pure it requires less than other kinds contains no Salt and packed in sifting top cans ask d. H. Biethan. Green apples $1.25 per Box at bulls. Good dried peaches apples or raisins 5 cents per Pound at Bull s. John Dudley dealer in ii one by one evils Are being closed out by the Strong Arm of the Law. Lotteries Are no More prize fighting has been stopped polygamy is a thing of the past obscene literature is shut off from the mails and what next. It s All the same a slight cold congested lungs or severe cough. One minute cough cure banishes Hull amp Greene. Buy your Blue Stone at Ben Fernish s. Building material. Prompt attention Given to All orders outside of town. Lumber Yard on main Street ack fool Idaho a or co to q. Malm c. Bunting amp co., Bankers incorporated i Blackfoot Idaho. Transacts a general banking business. Interest allowed on time deposits. Issue drafts direct on All principal cities of Europe. Active responsible accounts solicited. Principal correspondents. Chase National Bank new York. First National Bank Chicago. Omaha National Bank 1 Omaha. First National Bank 1 Ogden. Mccornick amp co., Bankers Salt Lake City. First National Bank Sai Francisco. Associate Bank first National Bank Pocatello Idaho. A few of the articles Ive Are prepared to sell at prices that cd Augot it got under by our. Co amp per farm wagons9 fish farm and Spring wagons j. /. Pm sulky plows Utah sulky Plo ivs tricycle sulky plows bed Bird sulky plows Canton clipped hand plows Case chilled plows six horse Road flows four horse Road plows Western drag steel scrapers columbian steel scrapers four horse Frisi Nole scrapers columbian Tongue scrapers Western reversible Road grader harness blankets and Robes. W. 33. Tatego at bulls store the prices Are the lowest in the Valley while our goods they Are of the very Best. Read our prices White Bongai 15 pounds for. $1.00 currants 14 pounds.1.00 raisins 18 a a .1.00 Beans 21 a a .1.00 Fuji Tea 35c., 3 pounds.1.00 Green Tea 25c. 4 a a 1.00 Arbuckle Coffee 4 pounds .1.00 chewing tobaccos from 25 to 45 cts. Light Brown Svir 17 li1 matches 16 boxes for 25 cents. Oat meal 25 pounds for one Dollar. Best laundry soap 21 bars for , syrup in one gallon cans 70 cents. Syrup in kegs 1.50. Candy 15 cts. Or 2 lbs. For 25 events All other goods just As cheap. Do you see any Reasol Why you should not Trade where you can get the most goods for your Money. Nobody kicks at the Low prices found Only at w. A. Bulls store. He Logan make a specially of Tehi sar0lina Poplar because it is the Quick growing handsome Shade tree for this Region. They also grow the Lombardy Box elder Ash and other Shade Trees. An immense Stock of Apple and other fruit Trees. Ornamental stabs evergreens Etc. Located on North main Street p Lack foot a Patio. Gleaning Ami repairing done with neatness Aud dispatch., ase Arais and Marl plaits. Privet for la cd Ges. Orders by mail receive prompt attention John g. Carlisle Logan Utah. Send to the Blackfoot news letter Heads special line in Stock Lor ladies visiting cards. Bill Heads business cards visiting cards a thu Send for samples and prices on work. Fancy stationery. I new Stock and material our work Gomes up to Date
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.
Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.
Why are newspaper sites important?
Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
What is the best way to search newspaper archives?
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
Why should I get a NewspaperArchive subscription?
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!