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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - December 12, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoY a yol. 10.Blackfoot, Bingham county Idaho saturday december 12, 1890. No. 29 items of local interest there Are now 72 inmates in the soldiers Home at Boise. Butte Montana is to furnish a company to go to Cuba to Aid the insurgents sex president Harrison declines to be a candidate for the u. S. Senate from Indiana. Three four cases of pneumonia Are reported at the Indian school. Idaho Falls is arranging for a big leap year bail to come off on the evening of the 25th of december. A party of Hunters killed 550 rabbits near Shelley one Day last week. Drop $10 in the Slot in the news office and see us build Street Crossings. Miss Kehoe is coming up from Gentile Valley to spend Christmas in Blackfoot. Why is kissing a pretty girl like a Brand new sewing machine because it seems Good. Tom Holcomb after leaving Black foot immediately began experimenting with rheumatism at Pocatello. Rev. Kellerman bade Good Bye to Idaho wednesday evening for his new Home at Lapeer Michigan. A school has been opened at Presto with Scott Griffith principal. Regular monthly communication of Grove City Lodge no. 33, next tuesday. Cigars by the Box for Xmas. Finest candies in Blackfoot at Ben Fernish a. The news asks for a Christmas gift of $50.90 in its stocking to Pat in sidewalks and Street Crossings. Our Little Bird says a it is going to be a and that is All we Are authorized to Tell to Day. Elmore has paid her indebtedness to Blaine county As her part of the old Alturas debt. Misses Kehoe and Houck Are on the programme for papers at the state teachers association at Pocatello. If you want some Beautiful Christmas presents consult our Blackfoot merchants before placing your orders abroad. Just amp Hadley of Presto Are enlarging their flocks. They have recently made a Purchase of 1100 sheep from a Bannock county sheep Man. It is rumoured that the next term of District court will have a breach of Promise suit on it3 docket. The Case will come up from Iona. Rev. J. R. Yost will hold services at the Fairview school House next sunday at three of clock. All in that neighbourhood Are cordially invited. We Are glad to report commissioner Eric amp on mending nicely. . Greene Nephew of j. H. Greene of the firm of Hull amp Greene has accepted the position of pharmacist with the said firm. The incoming legislature will play havoc with salaries and fees of state and county officers at its meeting in january. A Missouri Farmer recently sold his wife to a st. Louis Motorman for $10. If the truth was known the Motorman paid $9.75 too much for her. Col. John. Fellows a leading politician of new York and a member of tammany died a few Days ago from cancer of the stomach. The Union Pacific offers special rates to parties attending the state association of teachers at Pocatello. Lazy Joe says that some of the applicants for appointment to the Indian Agency at Ross Fork will soon find out that . Mckinley Heap savvy. Married at the Home of the brides parents West Side tuesday evening december the 8th, by Justice Adams . Charles Merritt and miss Martha Wilson. Horton amp Spencer have opened a barrel of Eastern sour Kraut. Call and get some before it is All gone. Photographs at 99 cents at Anderson s gallery South of the flour Mill. Call and see his samples. . Sewall is a smarter Man than he was claimed to be in the Campaign. He was licked and he keeps quiet about it. Remember you get a ticket on every 50c. Purchase on our Large doll at Ben h. Fernish a. The Case of Thomas a. Sec Arr sex receiver of the Hailey land office for embezzlement is to be called in the u. S. Court at Boise to Day. Mountainhome town Council has adopted the curfew ordinance which Calls in the 18 year old boys after 8 00 o clock. The next legislature will not be delayed in its organization because of any Lack of applicants for its minor offices. The numbers wanting places will be Large enough for All purposes. The populists Are laying seige to governor Steunenberg for pie from his counter of state patronage. Ezra a. Burrell formerly of Blackfoot but now of Fremont county is reported to be an applicant for one of the offices of the Blackfoot land office. Miss Grace Bunting will deliver the address of Welcome at the episcopal Church at the Christmas eve enter Tahr ment Blaine Houck at the methodist Church. T. J. Matthews is a candidate for the appointment of Indian agent at Ross Fork and his friends say he expects to capture the prize. At the methodist Church sunday morning the subject will be a the Queens in the evening a what you cannot find All cordially invited. Mrs. Mitchell the state president of the w. C. T. U., will speak in the m. E. Church on tuesday evening december 15th. Everybody come and hear about the National convention. Every Parent in Blackfoot should see to it that the Little folks have the Best time possible during the holidays and a full enjoyment of a merry Christmas. Four years ago there were no pronounced applicants for Register and receiver in the Blackfoot land office until in april after the inauguration. 4th of March. Now there Are at least a half a dozen and it is 31 months to the inauguration. . Mcintosh now clerking for Hull amp Greene will leave for Malad Oneida county 1st of january. He will engage in the drug business with . Wilson formerly of Blackfoot. The supreme court of the state has adjourned. The amendment decision will not be handed Down until its meeting in january. The Case of Sid Lai Kins also goes Over to the january meeting. The suffrage amendment question has been argued before the supreme court Hawley Borah and Tate for the suffragists and attorney general Parsons and. A Johnson for the state Board and has been taken under advisement. It is wonderful How Many men Are engaged in making up Mckinley a Cabinet. If time is Money and the time spent in this business be $5.00 an hour Mckinley could pay off the Gold Bonds and have a Reserve left in the Treasury. One of the most pleasing recitations before the Public in Blackfoot for a Long time was that of Little Dona Harris at the woman a Christian Temperance Union tuesday evening at the Baptist Church. Her selection was a very Happy one and her delivery in style be stimulation Etc., was nearly perfect. The Little miss certainly acquitted herself in a manner that should make her and her parents proud of her attainments. Blackfoot will soon be clamorous for a City government to save the boys if for nothing More. The town is sorely in need of a curfew ordinance some Kindred Law to keep Little boys from the streets after Nightfall. The hideous noise of some of them on the streets in the dark hours of the night attracts the attention of visitors and Calls Forth some severe criticisms at times. Some of the boys Are going to extremes and Are so emboldened in their ways As to Pelt strangers with ice balls As they walk Down the streets. We mention these unpleasant facts because we have heard repeated complaints and in the absence of a Law in the matter we Appeal to those indulgent parents of town to keep their boys at Home after the darkness of the night comes. Proportionally an Exchange says there is no great town in the civilized world that has so few daily morning papers As London. This is due to the Large expenditure involved in starting one. Anyone contemplating starting a London paper must be ready to lose $150,000 to $200,000 per annul for the first two three years and then it is an open question whether he will have turned the Corner. Substantially the same May be said of the Large cities in the United states millions of dollars have been sunk in the Effort to establish new papers in cities already Well supplied. Every Man will get just credit for the work he does and the Good he accomplishes. It is believed that 5,000 Young men will enrol under the direction of the Bureau. In connection with the individual record a Roll of Honor will also be kept. The Roll of Honor will also be in the custody of no less a person than William j. Bryan. . Bryan is heartily in favor of the scheme and will lend it his personal Aid. His letter accepting the custody of the Roll of Honor is As follows Lncoln neb., nov. 28, 1896.�?to the National Bureau of Volunteer speakers waiter Vrooman chair maa 40 de Menil building st. Louis dear sir yours of novem Ber 15th, received. I note what you say in regard to the plan of the National Bureau of volunteers speakers. I shall be glad to receive the Honor Roll of Volunteer speakers who under the auspices of your Bureau labor to cultivate an interest in political questions and increase the Devotion to our government. You Are quite Correct in saying that the honors of Victory must be shared by the soldiers As Well As by the commanders. In fact it is much easier for soldiers to select commanders than it is for commanders soldiers. A your plan of keeping a records of the work done by each in this great contest enables Honor to be Given where Honor is most due. Very truly yours a a a. J. there is almost a Wood famine in Salmon City. The severe weather and Snow came so unexpectedly that it has been almost impossible to get Wood to town the last few Days and Many who had but a Small Supply of fuel on hand have been pinched to get City Republic. Compare Tive. Receipts from january 1 to Date inclusive at Omaha Are 550725 cattle 1,114,910 hogs 332,038 sheep an increase As compared with the same period of 1895, of 16,969 hogs and 135,� 457 sheep and a decrease of 3,017 cattle. A National Bureau. Girls remember that there Are Only about eighteen Days More of this leap year and there will not be another one until 1904. You had better talk fast and what you cannot say in person crowd it into a phonograph and give it out in broken doses later on. It will be difficult for some parties to make . Mckinley believe that their individual votes for him were Worth the appointment to a presidential office. And yet there Are some in Idaho who will attempt to do this very thing. But . Mckinley he Heap savvy. Judge Standrod has ordered that All the ballot boxes of the county be placed in the custody of the clerk for Safe keeping until the Spring term of his court when the contest of Garletz is. Coltman for the office of sheriff will be heard. Col. Budlong late candidate for governor is said to Haye been a much carried Man. It is claimed that he has three living divorced wives. Just think of it if the suffrage amendment had been in Force where would the Gallant colonel landed with three women on his Trail. One thing is sure col. Morrison would not Lave had him for a Campaign companion. The ladies Aid of the methodist Church will hold their fair and new England dinner next thursday afternoon and evening the 17th of december. The fair will be open All afternoon and evening. There will be a number of things both useful and ornamental for Sale. The dinner will be ready at three of clock. There will also be Home made Candy Popcorn balls and Taffy for Sale. Come one come All and see and taste the Good things. New York apples new Stork Sweet cider cranberries figs dates nuts seedless raisins Citron evaporated peaches nectarines apricots new York buckwheat flour Vermont Maple syrup strained Honey pop Corn at d. H. Biethan a. When you want toys remember the fair store has All kinds. You should see the Beautiful line of novelties in each department at the Idaho furniture co., Pocatello Volunteer speakers to Aid democracy in the restoration of Silver. One of the plans for the promulgation of the a new democracy on a platform demanding the restoration of Silver and opposing government by the trusts which were hatched during the recent Hunting trip in Taney county came to a head yesterday when Walter Vrooman returned from a two weeks visit to Washington and Baltimore. It is nothing less than a plan to promote sentiment favourable to these political propositions by creating and educating a Large corps of Volunteer orators who will go among the people and keep the issues warm for the next four years. The rejuvenated democracy is not a bit discouraged by its recent defeat but is confident that the foundation has been Laid for a Victory at the next general election. For this purpose Che National Bureau of Volunteer speakers has been organized. Walter Vrooman has been selected As its chairman and Lee Meriwether will be treasurer. It is intended to Hae the general Headquarters in st. Louis with a Branch in Washington. The st. Louis Headquarters will be at the Jefferson club for the present. From this Point will be conducted the scheme of organization and instruction. It is believed that there Are a Large number of Young men who Are ambitious to assume prominence in the movement by becoming its evangelists. Such will be Given an Opportunity to work in an organized Way under the supervision of the Bureau and they Are requested to communicate with . Vrooman at once. By working All together it is believed that a great Deal can be accomplished in the Way of educating a majority of the people up to the Point where they will demand economic Equality As Well As political. The plan upon which the Bureau proposes to operate has been copied after the methods of Early methodism and it Hopes to inculcate equal Zeal. In Short the movement will resemble a religious crusade in its Fervour and personal disinterestedness for the speakers will receive no pecuniary remuneration. They Are expected to give a portion of their time and Energy to the advancement of the cause of democracy. A record of the work of every Man will be kept at the Headquarters. It will include the number of speeches made by each speaker the number of Elbs organized and converts made. This record will be made up from monthly reports received from All parts of the country. By this system our line of Xmas perfumes Are Complete. Call and see them at Fernish a. The Asylum employees have new uniforms. A Large Stock of dolls. We Are Santa Claus. Fen h. Fernish. Will Schuyler came in from Utah this week to visit his parents. Testimony in the contest cases will be taken in Blackfoot next tuesday. Biggest line toys and dolls in the county at Hull amp Greene a. Teachers association 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 4. 5. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. is is a new departure w be received three weeks ago the largest Candle Ever transported Over the Union Pacific. Net weight 45 pounds. A record will be kept of the exact number of j fours and a minutes it will Burn. Each purchaser of More will be entitled to Register a a a guess of length of time Candle will Burn and to the lady and gentleman coming nearest we offer the following prizes to the lady her Choice of any jacket cafe in the House. To the gentleman his Choice of any overcoat in the House. To a girls her jacket cloak in the House. To a boy his Choice of any boys overcoat suit in the House. C. Bunting amp co. We Are Headquarters for Holiday goods souvenir Metal Box and trays children a picture and Story books bound books poems by Best authors chess checkers dominoes Tiddle winks game of authors albums bibles and toys Etc. Come and see us. One door North of Biethan a Benh Fernish druggist. Fifth annual meeting of the state at Pocatello december 28th, 29th and 3001.�?program. Monday. Forenoon�?9 30. 1. Music. 2. . A. H. Lyons quartet. Welcome ,�?�.,. Mayor w. F. Pasieka Welcome a a schools. Judge Standrod Cornet . W. Reed annual address. President h. H. Barton duet. 10. Minutes of last meeting Galloway afternoon�?1 30. 1. Music. 3. Appointment of committees. 3. Individuality in the school room a. A. A. Koontz the necessity for progressive teachers miss Delia t. Kehoe . B. Foresman apperception. J. A. Illume tuesday forenoon�?9 g0 music cultivation of memory,.r. A. Knott How can we cultivate a taste for literature?.miss Lottie Mccuskey psychology in , a. Mullin punishment As viewed by the child miss Ada f. Madden the teachers Cole afternoon�?1 3q 1. Music first two years in numbers. Miss Ethel Huckvale the modern teacher superintendent elect a. N. B. Anderson vocal music in the Public schools mrs. Agues e. Cook the child a. J. Allison wednesday. Music Osmond How to teach geography. Miss Mary Galloway interest psycho logic and pedagogic of. A. Swanger educational . B. Wells Reading in the third Grade. M ise Clara Houck afternoon 1 30 you did and you think of buying a stove either steel Range heating stove you want to Sec our prices. Having determined to t our entire line of stoves. Quot f t v 4 a f v 4 v 4 % sell stoves Lowe than anyone. T we did not conclude to do this until after a a t a 4 5 getting our Winter Supply consisting of about 50 stoves. This is a 6enuine and All we Ash is for you to come and see our prices. We also have a full Stock of Wash boilers Coffee boilers Tea Kettle pots griddles a a a 4 4 a a 4 4 a i. 4. 5. I. Music individual instruction Geo. E. Knepper University in its relation to the schools of the . B. Gault recapitulation �?obrickbats.report of committees. Election of officers and location of the next meeting. Come to the fair store and see our Christmas goods. It will pay anyone that is needing House furnishings to visit the Idaho furniture co., Pocatello. The largest doll Ever in Blackfoot is going to be Given away by Ben Fernish. 5 f f 4 % skillets stovepipe elbows and % 4 4 4 4 everything in the line As cheap cheaper than anyone Blackfoot Idaho

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