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21 Mar 1896

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21 Mar 1896

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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - March 21, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoMunmun a Mother s lots. It is said that the Hon. Samuel Gal noway of Columbus 0., was one of the plainest men Ever known in the state. He told Many stories relative to his own personal ugliness of face with great Good humor. One which he often related with much relish was that of the remark made by the Little daughter of a Friend in another City with whom be was dining. A Mamma a he heard the child say in an Awe struck whisper after a prolonged Survey of the Peculiar features of the guest ,4that gentleman s Mamma must have loved children mighty Well a Why so my dear Quot inquired the unsuspecting Parent a ooh Quot returned the child in the same audible whisper Quot cause she raised him a a youths companion. Rage against sub fire Iloo of Lward 91qo. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been Able to cure in All its stages and that is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh cure is the Only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the Constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much Faith in its curative Powers that they offer one Hundred dollars for any Case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address p. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Sold by druggists 75c. Halls family pills 25c. The fattest Man we Ever saw a heart s desire Quot by his wife. Is Calleo earliest radishes and peas the editor urges All readers to grow the earliest vegetables. They pay. Weil Balzer s seeds Are bred to earliness they grow and produce every time. None to Early so Fine As Salzer a. Try Hla radishes cabbage peas beets cucumbers lettuce Corn Etc Money in it for you. Salzer is the largest grower of vegetables farm seeds grasses clovers potatoes Etc. If you will Cut this oat and Sand to the John a. Salzer seed co., la Crosse wis., with 10c postage you will get Sample package of Early Bird radish ready in 16 Days and their great catalogue. Catalogue alone 6c postage. . Tride in Prosperity turns to misery in adversity. A thirty years ago 1 was a Stockman on the a Iraa Gulla run a said my Host As he slowly sipped his Glass of the famous wine from his own Vineyard. My Eye glances almost involuntarily Over the wide Prospect of rolling a Din and Distant wooded Range which in its variety and wealth went far to make the View from the Broad veranda of Maroon Home station one of the most attractive i had Ever seen in Australia. Then my eyes came Back to its owner looking in his Stalwart Middle age every Inch the owner and master of it All. A Stockman a 1 said interrogative by. Or Leslie smiled. A yes he said. A thirty one years ago i began in this country As Many a better Man has done with youth and strength a fair education and a determination to succeed for my Stock in Trade. It looks a longish step from Stockman at Ginna Gulla to owner of Maroon i admit and the question you asked me five minutes ago brought Back to my mind the first step was a Bush fire. A a i had been fully a year in Australia and nearly All the time at Ginna Gulla run. It was known pretty nearly As often by the name of Morrison a run As anything else in those Days because George Morrison the owner was As Well known a Man As any in new South Wales and the run had got its name for sheep and Wool from him. A it was on the 26th of january and the hottest Day we had yet Felt i was off Early to the Western Boundary to eee that our next neighbors sheep were not on our run and both my horse and i Felt pretty Well baked before we got Back. It was nearly 12 of clock by that time and a Breeze had just begun to come up from the Northeast As i Rode up to the Home station and jumped off glad of the Chance to get out of the Sun for a bit. T was barely settled with a pipe a Mannikin of cold Tea by Ray Side and a month old Sydney paper in my hand when 1 heard old Saunders shouting to one of the stable hands asking if any one of let the Earth rejoice and Farmers sing. With our new Hardy grasses clovers and fodder plants the poorest most worn out toughest worst piece of land can be made As Fertile As the Valley of the Nile. Only takes a year or so to do so at the same time smoke was rolling Down you will be getting big crops Teosinte giant Spurry Macaline Lathy rus what a variety of names catalogue tells you if you will cat Titi out anti of it to the John a. Salzer seed co., la Crosse wis., with 10c. Postage you will surely be nearing lie wooded Range that ran East and West across the run. The Range i had crossed a 11 Trie More than an hour or two ago on my Way out. T opened my eyes at the Toiv it. And strained them in the Effort to look around. Yes there was a Shadow on the left. Then i tried to look the other Way. Tin upon us in great dense Billows and even in the momentary glance 1 was Able to give i could see that they began to be tinged with a strange glow. A it was growing hotter too each moment these Crimson Clouds came rolling on like the Mast out of some bronchitis. Sudden changes of the weather cause bronchial troubles. A Brown s bronchial 1 Roches Quot will give effective Relief. A deceitful woman leaves tracks that will expose her. He a my no a camphor Lri with Glycerine. Cure Cha Preti hands and face Teodor or sore fee chilblains a. C. G. Clark co., new a amp Ven cd How a Little girl likes to say to a boy a ooh you re going to catch it Quot who Ever would learn How to talk Well must first learn How to keep still. R it a i better walk a mile than fail to get a 5cent package of Cut and slash smoking tobacco if you want to enjoy a real Good smoke. Cut and slash Che roots Are As Good As Many 5-cent cigars and you get three for pc cents. Sure to please. The admirers of a new Atchison doctor say he can raise the dead. Vast Furnace it scorched and burned get free their Mammoth catalogue and suddenly whalebone swerved to he ten grass and Grain fodder samples left once More and in another moment world ,10.oo to get a Start. with a bound he had cleared the a amp Tero Ourse and i knew we were mount a never out of work. In the Range. On we went Between the tall straight stems of the Gray eucalyptus Trees that flitted past us in an endless and Ghostlike procession the dense Clouds of smoke careering in Billows overhead the dark wreaths Curling and twisting snakelike along the ground the Dull Crimson glow spreading a wild unearthly Light on every Side. At that moment a shrill scream reached my ears it was a woman a voice. I started and in calling a dog by Telephone. An intelligent Hunting dog who had strayed away was found in new Hartford conn., recently and the tinder notified the dogs owner in Winsted. The new Hartford Man called up the owner by Telephone to arrange for returning the dog and while talking asked the owner the dogs name a hold him up to the Telephone a was the reply. The part of the instrument was put against the dog s ear and the owner called the dog rec never Idle in a search for those who suffer most from pains and cannot work. St. Jacobs Oil will cure and tit them for work when the Chance comes. A it nil cd the voice and setup a bark Colorado Gold minks., ,. 4.a. J the hands had come in. A a is a�si5bx� i a my thoughts Werc not Vevy cd i i a a Centary As i Beard the answer and a minute after Saunders heavy tread. Wonderful strides being made in Colorado it will pay you to Send fifty cents for Quot a years subscription to the Gold Miner an illustrated monthly paper published at Denver you can to stuff some people so much that they will be grateful. It. A a i a a health once a impaired is not easily refs sed yet Parker a Fig r tonic has attained these results in not by Case. Good fare very weakness and distress no Mother is so wicked but desires to have Good children. It is More than wonderful How patiently people suffer with corns. Get peace and Comfort by removing them with lode Scoras. The hero does not Breed quarrels but be defends himself. It the baby of cutting teem is fare and use that old and Well tried remedy and lows soothing strut for children teething six feet of Earth makes All men equal. As he came around the end of the quarters looking for inc. A Shillo Dick a he shouted. Back Early i see. As usual. Well its Lucky for or. Morrison left a letter to go Over to Radcliffe a station to Day. Miss Margaret was going to take it but it s too far for her on a Day like this. You wont mind going like a Good fellow a this was just Saunders All Over putting it like that so that a fellow object without feeling like a brute. A fall right Quot 1 replied sulkily enough i dare say. A a Wallaby a pumped out clean though and there a not another horse in the stable but whalebone. This was satisfactory to my feelings for whalebone was old Saunders favorite mount and had Good times and Little work and i knew head have almost As soon gone himself As let anybody else ride him he did no to like it a bit either but after a minute he said. A Well Dick it can to be helped. Mind you take care of him for i mean to run him at Bathurst in March. That letter has got to go a in another ten minutes i Lead finished my Tea. Stowed away my newspaper to wait for better times and started on my second ride a matter of a Good Twenty five Miles there and Back to Rad gift eds Home station. It was a satisfaction to have got hold of such a mount As whalebone anyhow for he was As free As paint and As Strong As a lion. The first thing that i noticed was that the Breeze was blowing no uncommonly fresh. It was from the Northeast too and so blew nearly at right angles to my track going to Radcliffe a. It Wasny Tith a better understanding of the Cool but one did t expect that and transient nature of the Many pays it was much better than the Stagna real ius which vanish before proper of a Tion of the morning. You could breathe in the Good horse obeyed the rein and in another moment wre had reached the spot. There standing helplessly beside her fallen horse stood miss Morrison trying vainly to raise him from where he had fallen across a log. A in a. Moment we were at her Side a whereas Jaekley a i shouted As i leaped off my horse his horse can carry she looked bravely in my face though she was deadly Pale As she replied a gone saved himself poor fellow it was his Only a the brute a f exclaimed Between my Teeth j a come then. Miss Margaret we be Nota moment to spare a As i spoke i mounted again and held out my hand she shrank Back. A no she cried 1 a its Only sacrificing you a come j i say a she grasped Ray outstretched 1 hand and somehow i had in a to 1 rent swung her before me. It was rime. A with a Roar and yell sometimes i can hear it now in my dreams the tempest of fire was upon us. Darting from tree to tree shr Veling myriads a of leaves from its fiery grasp rolling 1 along the ground and Licking up the dry leaves and Flowers with its thous a and Crimson tongues it came Rushing on. I clasped miss Margaret More closely with my army i Bent Forward to Ward off the showers of falling a leaves i let Loose the rein and trusted to the instinct of the horse. That in 1 a Tinct saved us. By some strange1 knowledge of his own whalebone saw j the Only path to safety and took it. At a Long Angle As we found out after \ Ward he must have crossed the line of the lire and brought us safely out of the death trap a Little burned a Good Deal frightened and thank god with a a Good Deal to remember in a a i said after a moments pause. A yes but you Haven to told me How Hie Bush fire affected your Success in life or. Leslie smiled a quiet smile and my the direction from which it came which showed his Joy Boston Herald. We Are poisoned by air in Ltd water when they contain the germs of malaria to annihilate these and avoid and conquer chills and fever Billous remit tent or dumb ague use persistently and regularly Hostet a term stomach bitters which also remedies dyspepsia liver trouble const a Pat ion loss of strength nervousness rheumatism and kidney complaint. Appetite and sleep Are improved by this thorough medicinal agent and the infirmities of age mitigated by it. A wineglass Ful three times u Dav. When bathing the baby. The Best kind of apron to use when bathing the baby is made of two thicknesses of flannel with a piece of rubber cloth Laid Between. The rubber prevents All possibility of the dress getting wet and can easily be removed when the apron is laundries. Walter Baker a co., limited Dor Chester mass., the Well known manufacturers of breakfast Cocoa and other Cocoa and chocolate preparations have an extraordinary collection of medals and diplomas awarded at the great International and other exhibitions in Europe and America. The House has had uninterrupted Prosperity for nearly a Century and a Quarter and is now not Only the oldest but the largest establishment of the kind on this continent. The High degree of perfection which the company has attained in its manufactured products is the result of Long experience combined with an intelligent use of the new forces which Are constantly being introduced to increase the Power and improve the Quality of production and cheapen the Cort to the consumer. A the full strength and the exquisite natural flavor of the raw material Are preserved unimpaired in All of Walter Baker a company a preparations so that their products May truly be said to form the Standard for purity and excellence. In View of the Many imitations of the name labels and wrappers on their goods Consumers should ask for and be sure that they get the genuine articles made at Dorchester mass. Quot your Battle tor or at the same moment one of the French windows opened and a Gray haired but still very handsome woman stepped out on the veranda. A Maggie my dear Quot he said with a laugh a can you Tell or. Johnstone what the Bush fire had to do with my Good Fortune Quot a Pitts town Leader. A remark Hole women. A new Book that is interesting liter the passing of the outlaw. The wonderful strides of development in Oklahoma and Indian territories during the past three years and the rapid advancement of civilization and christianity in those territories during that time leave the outlaw no longer a resting place on this continent. Beautiful cities Rich valleys and the rolling Prairies of that country now teeming with an industrious and enter a a ,. _ _ prising class of people take the place a l v Peop e in England is Frances where such bands were roaming at will Leanore mrs. Adolphus Trollope s Only a few Short years ago. The peo life of her Mother in Law Frances pie of that territory have As Little to fear Trollope. This famous woman did not from any further outrages from such a the largest piece of Good tobacco Ever sold for 10 cents _ _ an the 5 cent piece is nearly As Large As you get of other High grades for to cents a of. Yet gladness comes w forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is Comfort in the knowledge that so Many forms of sickness Are not due to any actual disease but simply to a constipated condition of the system which the pleasant family laxative syrup of figs promptly removes. That is Why it is the Only remedy with millions of families and is everywhere esteemed so highly by All who value Good health. Its beneficial effects Are due to the fact that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore All important in order to get its beneficial effects to note when you Purchase that you have the genuine article which is manufactured by the California Fig syrup co. Only and sold by All reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of Good health j and the system is regular then Laxa j f Ives or other remedies Are not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease one May be commended to the most skillful physicians but if in need of a laxative then one should have the Best and with the Well informed everywhere syrup of figs stands highest and is Moet largely used and gives most general satisfaction. A Fortune for Market gardeners the wonderful new african Bunch Yam Early Sweet potato As yellow As Gold Auto Sweet As Honey earliest and most prolific known a Bonanza for tire North on account of its rapid growth and Early maturity matures in the extreme North Long before Frost easily f Ali Ina it Wilri Fantom tue .,.,_. _ cultivated As it grows right up with no vines a cna8m� us a qua fantastic curls now to bother with an immense Lelder. It amp a and now Brown but growing Large Pree catalogue containing Oyer fifty Darker and More dense each moment freely in this wind and if it was a bit hot Why we were used to that. As i i was crossing the first Ridge 1 no a tired on looking Back Liat miss Mori risen was going out for her usual ride for i saw Jackey her Black boy Lead ing her horse up to the House. Quot i suddenly noticed a strange and a very pungent smell. A of looked ahead and saw at the end of the hollow what looked like a thin i film of smoke blowing across the track. Nobody had Ever been Long in Australia without hearing of a Bush tire and although i had never seen anything of the sort i Felt certain in a moment that i was about to see it now. I was right. We Hadnot been a Quarter of a mile from the end of the hollow when i first noticed the smell of smoke but although whalebone had instantly broken into a steady Gallop at the first alarm the wreaths of smoke were growing dark by the time we had reached the open ground and found ourselves exposed to the full Force of the wind by this time blowing an unmistakable Gale. A it was not whalebone a first experience of a Bush fire and the moment we reached the open ground he gave one Short uneasy sniff to Windward i and instantly swerved off to the left i Felt instinctively that he was probably the Best judge of a course under the unusual circumstances in which i found myself and i let him have his head. In a moment he had quickened his Pace to the Long stretching Gallop of the race horse and 1 found that we were dashing across the open land with the Gale whistling shrilly in my ears and blowing rather in our favor As we went. Away at racing Speed i across the Plain the smoke wreaths begin to write for publication until she was Over fifty. Then she began a literary career of amazing Fertility and inexhaustible Industry in the course of which she produced 115 volumes. She wrote for Money for Money to smooth the Asperities of the life Patli which Adolphus and Anthony Lead to tread and to minimize the sufferings of the children who died after tedious illnesses. She was too Happy natured and too unambitious to write for name or Fame. This want of ambition we must in her own interest regret. It is characteristic of her Quot hat wherever she might be staying and she travelled much in the course of her later life she Rose at 4 to do her writing in order that by breakfast time she might be free to take her part in the Days arrangements As though she had no pro j fess ional distractions. Like her Eon Authony Well or ill in the mood or not she always wrote her portion. It1 followed that the portion was not always when written a specimen of very finished workmanship. But at her worst mrs. Trollope almost always continued to be readable for it was As natural to her to touch existence at its More entertaining Points As it is for others to Deal with it on its Dull ones. She showed a veritably journalistic prescience for the subject that would arouse Public feeling a prescience that she exhibited in a marked Way when in 1840, she made the labor of children in factories the foundation for her a life and adventures of Michael Armstrong a and the same Talent is Only less conspicuous in the amusing Story of a mrs. Mathews Quot which turns on the masculine notion that women must never have their own Money in their Queen source As those in the East and such is the result of favourable legislation backed up by the courage push and Enterprise of the american people. How to buy a Carriage. The great need of the times is a condition whereby the producer and consumer May Deal with each other without the intervention of the middleman. The common Carrier should be the Only Middle Man. The Elkhart Carriage and harness co., of Elkhart ind., deals directly with the consumer. Thir goods Are shipped anywhere for examination before Sale. Every Carriage every set of harness every article sold warranted. One Hundred styles of carriages ninety styles of harness and forty one styles of Riding saddles. Send for their 112 Page catalogue. This concern does an extensive business throughout the United states a my Hurrah Farmers shout for Joyell i in luxuriant pasture and Rich ?. Producing tremendous Hay yields 4 ton per acreage a made to Stiblo on every Coil. In every clime by sowing our extra graft 03. You won t need to wait a lifetime for a Good Start of grass for Eif sown in april will produce a rousing crop in july. Pamphlet of m and Clover mixtures have grasses w hich grate culture Etc., 2 cents postage. We pay �40 5 in cold prizes on Oats Barley and Coral the b goes pc yield on Silver mine a melt Beauty oath 1a 1895 was 207 bushels the next 2>if> per a re. You can beat that in 1s96 Aad win our new tested Barley Oats Cru and potatoes will revolutionise farming we Are the largest growers of farm seeds in the world our seeds produced As the editor the Rural new yorker says Salzer a parly Wise Onnin potato welded a or me 736 bushels per acre. If an Early sort yields736 bushels what will a late do potatoes Only $1.50 per barrel. Earliest vegetables in the world. Ndia Iez seed Only 90o. Per la. 35 pkg. Earliest vegetables 81 do postpaid. 10 pkg. I lower seeds 25o. Everything at hard time prices. A weal Market Gardener list 4c, postage. Please Cut the following out and Send it Ith 12 cents in stamp and get our big catalogue and Sample of the pumpkin yellow Watermelon sensation catalogue alone 5e. Postage. A to what the fool does in the end the Wise Man does in the beginning. Two bottles of Piso s cure for consumption cured me of a bad lung Troub . J. Nichols Princeton ind. Mar. 26, 1895. Young Man. Don t be afraid to soil your hands at honest toil. Fits a fits stopped fre lint1� great serve restorer. No fits after the tirs Tiia s i marvelous cures. Treatise am 92trial bottle a it cases Facenti to l r. Kline,931 Arch tit., puiia., a that is but an empty purse that is full of other men s Money. 1st to or Quot v a it to a to my 5 i is it a Ait new varieties seeds including my new Home grow Coffee with testimonials from patrons All Over the Union who have tried it. It costs univ 2 cents per Pound to raise this Coffee. Potato seed Post paid 35 a cents per Pound by c. Al Cole seedsman Buckner to. Free Sample of Coffee and Large catalogue for 5 cts. Stamps. _. _ r m Fine army Duck with Side spying �1.410. Good heavy Duck with buckles 65c. Sent prepaid on or opt or Price. Send --10 of shoe an<1 Mensure of a Alf file l c. Huntington amp son Omaha. Morphine habit cured in 10 a May till cured. As we swept on before them toward a place of safety. A away the soft springy mat of grass under foot giving no sound of hoofs the undulations of the Plain sweeping past us with a monotonous Rise and fall which grew less and less distinct As the smoke wreaths crept More thickly along the ground. I tried to make out where we wore but the thickening smoke confused my senses and made my eyes smart and Burn so that i was glad to c Ose them and Trust to the horse . We must in parse Lodies in Washington. The native ladies of the japanese legation in Washington Are a most polite and Friendly coterie and hospitable to a degree with quaint and gentle manners. Sometimes at their afternoon entertainments they serve Tea grown in their own gardens in their own far away land the Tea being gathered. Dried and brought or sent to this country. These kindly foreigners have their particular Mode of brewing their favorite beverage. From a Kettle of boiling water they pour into an earthen or China Teapot enough to heat the pot thoroughly then they empty out the water and put in the Tea Over which they pour boiling water let stand for five minutes and serve. The Teapot must not touch the stove. A Little Tea cozy of japanese paper is clapped Over the Teapot the moment the water is poured on and a delicious cup of Tea is thus secured without having extracted the injurious Ingre Dit nth Tannin. The japanese Are very generous with their material using twice As much Tea As the americans to the same Quantity of w Ater. Field and hoc Fence wire. 20, 33, -42, 30, or is inches High. Quality and workmanship the by st nothing on the Market to compare with it. Write for full information. Union Fence company de Kalb ill and. ? Washington Irving said he supposed a certain Hill was called a Rattlesnake Hill Quot because it abounded in a butterflies. The a Rule of contrary a governs other names. Some bottles Are supposedly labelled a a Sarsaparilla a because they Are full of. Well we Don t know what they Are full of but we know its not Sarsaparilla except perhaps enough for a flavor. There a Only one make of Sarsaparilla that can be relied on to be All it claims. Its Ayers. It has no secret to keep. Its formula is open to All physicians. This formula was examined by the medical committee at the worlds fair with the result that while every other make of Sarsaparilla was excluded from the fair Ayer s Sarsaparilla was admitted and honoured by awards. It was admitted because it was the Best Sarsaparilla. It received the medal As the Best. No other Sarsaparilla has been so tested or so honoured. Good motto for the family As Well As the fair admit the Best exclude the rest. Any doubt about it ? Send for the a a it kill doubts and cures doubters. Address j. C. Ayer co., Lowell mass. co Biccs halt Tio world a i kill bus loss of cause it has reduced tho Cost of wind Power to 1,6 when. U was. A it has Many by amp Nek Lioumes and supplies its courts and repair fat your Rotor. It can and does fair nah belter article for ?8 Money that others. It makes Pumplun a ult geared Stoel galvanised after completion windmills to Lulu and fixed steel towers steel Pax saw frames steel feed cutters and feed Grinders. On application it will name on of these articles that it will furnish until january 1st at 1 /3 the usual Price. It also makes tanks and pumps of All kinds. Bend for catalogue. Factory 13th, Rockwell and Fillmore streets cd thai the land or the big red Apple the lat flee lu4 to tit i of cd a Fra of a us frite. Tor inform Ati of Roe arding land a Berry cd. B w. M1mokri, writ to out. A a a Cmor Hera City to. J. A. Xau Ott. Furay Towata of 4 Piedt t. S. Moor Cav Lyle mo., or left 4 9 to Badnock bid. Chie Oul r if a jes aii Abs ii Stet syr a last War 15 adjudicating claims at to since w. N. Utomaha-71896. When writing to advertisers kindly mention this paper. Piso a cure for taste Good. Uso m my my a fails. M beat Longn syrup taste Good. Flo w in time. Sold by druggists. Tyr a a f v a m f my

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