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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - October 24, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoState Normal at Albion. Reports from the Albion state Normal school confirm the uniformly Good reputation of that institution. The enrolment has increased until at this time it is quite As Large As at the close of former years and in the new building the school has ample accommodations a condition that has not heretofore obtained. The boarding accommodations and terms together with free tuition and text books at a nominal rent make the Albion Normal one of the cheapest and Best schools in the West for protective teachers citizens or even those who wish to Lay the educational foundations for a practical business life. Tuition is free Only for teachers. The catalogue published last Biily makes a Clear exhibit of the plan and purposes of the school and it will pay those who have not seen it to write for one or desiring further information to write pres. P. A. Swanger Albion Ida. Three persons by self boarding and furnishing food stuffs except groceries from Home attended All last year at an expense of $38.00 a piece this included House rent and fuel. One Young lady attended from Washington county and her expenses for one year including r. Fare and stage fare were Only $85,00. This information comes from a reliable source and Markes this school notwithstanding its seeming disadvantageous location As meeting the conditions and needs of Idaho. What Bryan says. The Gold Standard Means half time in the factories and double time on the farms. If you ask me what the Campaign song ought to be this year i will Tell you there is no better than a Home Sweet we find against us those who will contribute liberally to the corruption fund we find those with us who have no m Mey to corrupt voters with. We have opposed to us every Man who has attempted to destroy labor organizations we have with us those who have aided labor to better its condition. If presidents of railroads will manipulate votes before election they will manipulate men after election. What is the use of opening the Mills unless you first make the people Able to buy what the Mills produce show me a Man who makes Money a out of legislation and i will show you a Man who abuses the people when they want legislation for themselves. A financial system that commends itself to the wealthy Only is a curse to the land. Show me a Man who has made Money out of unjust Laws and he will deny legislation can he of Benefit to anybody. Flight on yourself. We Are inclined to concede honesty to the masses and account for the diversity of opinion on the Money question to a biased judgment formed or warped by Early education. The great trouble is in the conclusion we form from a one sided View and a partial investigation. In this we Are reminded of the Blind men who went to see the elephant. The one who came to it on the Side said a it is very like a Wall the one who got hold of its leg said a it is very like a tree Quot a the one who approached in the rear got hold of its Tail and said a you Are both very much mistaken it is very like a this fable teaches that to correctly understand a question it must to viewed from All sides and this applies forcibly to the present financial question. In this Busy world every one has not the time nor the information at hand necessary to a full investigation of the subject and must necessary confide something to the invest gation of other. In whom shall this Confidence be placed surely not in the demagogue or those who reap All the Benefit. From the nature of the Case they would be incompetent to sit on a jury and the Law looks on them with suspicion As witnesses and directs that you should make allowance for self interest in arriving at a verdict. Get information from All the facts and know that they Are facts and not Mere Democrat. Pads about food. It has never been scientifically Demon grated that fish and other phosphoric foods can appreciably improve the brain and mind. Fishermen for example and fishmongers who May be supposed to live largely upon fish have never shown themselves to be in any measurable degree More intellectual than their neigh 1 0rs. Indeed it May be plausibly argued that they Are a Little less so. The truth is that Pari in blur food which Best agrees with the particular individual and which Best maintains his general health at High level is the Best for the brain and every other Organ of the body As Well As for the whole Man. Common experience has Long ago formulated the saying that a a what is one Man s meat is another Man s science now conies Forward to Tell us exactly the Iii Gaud to impress upon every one of us the necessity of finding out the diet Best suited to ourselves and sticking to it. London Hospital. Or a o Soo the Large and Fine Cihiy of ranges Cook a stoves and heating stoves before purchasing at Lethan s. Fort Hall news. Or. Chas. Bumgarner is Buck to his Post again As a Farmer. Miss d. Harvey and or. In cake took several of the big girls to Blackfoot last saturday. Mrs. L. Woodburn stayed Oyer sunday with her parents who live near the Ross Fork Creek. Hon. Thos. Teter of Ross Fork was on the ground one Day last week. The Little girls and boys had their monthly sociable last saturday evening. Or. Levi Levering was Over to Blackfoot last sunday. He also attended the Church services in the morning. Or. Peter Johnson the Blacksmith of Ross Fork was Here a week ago monday last. The school is not Well filled this year owing to late season of crops among the indians As it is claimed by the tribes. Kagaha at a meeting called by mrs. J. Whitman president of the i. E. S. A. The chairman of All the different political parties or. J. A. Mcgee or. P. H. Blake or. Jos. Perrault or. Patrie being present the following Resolution was passed a resolved a that we request All the speikers representing the various parties to Call attention to the several amendments to the Constitution to be voted upon at the coming election and where said amendments will appear on the ballot. Rising prices. The prospects of California have not been brighter in a Quarter of Century than they Are to Day. We seem to be upon the verge of a new Boom using that word to signify not speculation but the realization of a degree of Prosperity which will be in striking contrast to the depression of the last three years. The condition of the Rural industries of the state Are Good and the prospects of improvement Are exceptionally Bright. All the great Staple products with the sole exception of hops arc advancing Rasins which last year went begging at from 2 to 3 cents per Pound Are now in demand at from 4 to 5 cents. Wheat which several months ago sold for 90 cents per Cental is Worth to Day $1 45 and some sales were made yesterday at $1 50. The Price of leather has a laced 3 cents per Pound in the Eastern Market and while the Advance Here has been Only 1 cent it is question of time when California Market will follow that of the East and a further improvement will be made v t a the Rise in the Price wheat entails a corresponding Rise in the prices of All Grain crops. Corn Rye Oats and Barley follow wheat in its upward movement. All the commercial products of these grains will of course Rise also. The Price of flour has been already advanced $1 in this City. The effect of this upon the Rural industries of the state will be in the highest degree beneficial and a Torres coding Benefit will follow to the manufacturers inasmuch As the Farmers will now be better Able to Purchase manufactured goods and the consumption of All classes of articles will largely increase. As All industries Are affected More or less by the conditions of the farming Industry it is a foregone conclusion that business in All the channels of Trade will be improved. Banks which have hesitated to lend Money to Farmers on a falling wheat Market will now be willing to make Loans easy since it is Clear that the Farmer will be Able to repay them. Thus with a rising Mark for farm products there will be an easier Money Market and a larger circulation of Money in the cities. Out of this there cannot fail to come benefits to retail traders As Well As to the great producers and the entire commercial situation As Well As the Industrial will soon show signs of a Prosperity such As we have not known fora lung Call. Fine strained Honey 10 cents at w. A. Bulks. A new Illuminant a London correspondent of the Manchester courier publishes a remarkable account of a new Illuminant which if All that is said of it is True will push both Gas and electric Light very hard. For its production no machinery is required save that contained in a portable lamp neither larger nor heavier than is used with Coal Oil or paraffin. This lamp it is declared generates its own Gas. The substance employed is at present a secret jealously guarded by some inventive italians the Cost is declared to be at most Only one fifth of that of Ordinary Gas and the resultant Light is nearly As Bright As electric Light and much whiter. A single lamp floods a Large room with Light. The apparatus can be carried nearly As easily As a candlestick and seems both clean and odourless. Professional cards if your children arc subject to croup watch for the first symptom of the disease hoarseness. If chamberlains cough remedy i Given As soon As the child becomes hoarse it will prevent the attack. Even after the croup cough has appeared the attack can always be prevented by giving this remedy. It is also invaluable for colds and whooping cough. For Sale by Ben Fernish druggist. X the growth of the Post office business of the country has been amazing. At the close of the revolutionary War there were Only 75 Post offices in the United states. At the close of the War of 1812 there were 3,000. At the he ginning of the civil War there were 28,588, and five years after its close in 1870, there were 28,492, or about 100 fewer the Only step backward Durning the history of the Post office department. By 1880 the upward Rise had stated again in full Force and the number of Post offices in the country reached 42,000. There Are now 60,000 Post offices in the United states and the number is being constantly increased. Or. Butler. Chairman of National populist committee has this to say of Bryan s chances of election a Bryan s chances Are improving every Day. There has been a perceptible change in the last two weeks. One of the strongest factors in the Republican Campaign until recently is now one of its greatest weaknesses and that is the prodigal use of Money. There is a revolt among the workingmen especially against the apparent use of Money by the republicans. It would have been far More effective if they had depended More on the live issues of the Campaign. As it is now the Money that or. Hanna is using is. The party a greatest weak Ness. Ujj if troubled with rheumatism read this. Annapolis md.,apr. 16, 1896.�?i have used chamberlains pain Balm for rheumatism and found it to be All that is claimed for it. I believe it to be the Best preparation for rheumatism and deep seated muscular pains on the Market and cheerfully recommend it to to the Public. Jno. G. Brooks dealer in boots shoes Etc. No. 18 main tit. Also read this Mechanicville st. Mary county sold a bottle of chamberlains pain Balm to a Man who had been suffering with rheumatism for Many years. It made him a Well Man. A. J. Mcgill. For Sale at 50 cents per bottle by Ben Fernish druggist. American biscuit and manuf g co successors to Utah Cracker factory. J manufacturers of the celebrated Silver Brand of Fine crackers. These goods Are sold by All the wholesale grocers in Utah. Send in your orders. 442 South second West Street Salt Lake City Utah. William h. Behle physician and surgeon. Office at the residence two blocks East of u. P. Depot. Blackfoot Idaho. George l. Wall f a Lai i of a ors eight. Ileal estate and insurance agent. Contests a specially. Quot office next door to u. S. Land office. Blackfoot Idaho. H. Grimmett attorney at Law Blackfoot Idaho. Stewart amp Dietrich attorneys at Law. Place Kroot Idaho a m. Stevens stenographer in office. J h bean assistant surgeon u. P. Railway. Pocatello Idaho. A telegraphic communication promptly i tended 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 John a. Quillin Cap Enthis Holt i win a Wurfl it a t Wirtl t a Titi a a a a y a and Udo leu a plans specifications and estimates Given on application. Blackfoot Idaho. Frank e. Hellwig will take contracts for Dili Wells and will do Utah amp Northern time card South bound no. 8, mail and express 1 40, a. A a 28, through freight 1 55, a. A a 30, local freight 12 05, p. In. North bound no. 7, mail and express 4 12, a. A a 29, local freight 8 35, a. A a 27, through freight 2 45, p. J. A. Collins agent. County directory sheriff h. W. Keifer auditor and recorder Geo. F. Gagon probate judge and to supt. Schools Fred s. Tit evens treasurer g. G. Wright assessor and collector a g. Crowley Coroner George e. Hafer Surveyor Frank Martin c. W. Berryman commissioners a Isaac Ericson w. D. Huffaker lodges masonic. Regular communications o f Grove City Lodge no. 33, a. F. Amp a. Will a be held at masonic Hall at 7 30 p. M., on the first and third saturdays of each month. All visiting Brothers in Good standing Are cordially invited. George l. Wall w. N. C. Titus Sec a. Golden Rule no. 24,1. O. O. F. Meets on thursday evening every week at 8 of clock in masonic Hall. Visiting Brothers Are cordially invited. Geo. H Holbrook t. S. Morrison Sec a. N. G. George h. Thomas Post no. 9, g. A. R., holds regular meetings on the first tuesday night of each month at the masonic Hall in Black foot. At 7 Oclock. All comrades in Good standing Are requested to be present. J. C. Fisher commander. J. P. Porter adjutant. United states land office. Office hours 9 00 a. Till 400 p. g. Brown receiver John w. Jones Post office hours week Days. 8 00 a. In. To 7 00 p. Sundays.9 00 to 11 00a. In. E. S. Stevens p. Church methodist Rev. J. Yost pastor. Preaching every sunday morning at 11 of clock and a evening at 7 30 of clock. Prayer meeting wednesday evening at7 �80 of clock. Sunday school sunday afternoon from 3 till 4 of clock. Epworth league prayer meeting sunday at 6 of clock p. W. A. Bull has just received another Large Supply of our celebrated Fuji Tea new crop. Order to show cause. F Bingham county leave orders at the news office. When your liver is out of order take or. G. W. Shores anti constipation pills. Hull amp Greene sell them. # notice for publication. Timber culture a s. Land Olliee at Blackfoot Idaho 1 october 3d, 1896. F notice is is hereby Given that William Howard has filed notice of intention to make final proof before the Register and receiver at their office in Blackfoot Idaho on saturday the 14tb Day of november 1896, on Timber culture application no. 1327, tor these of 1 Section no. 17, in township no.2 South Range no. 36 East. Renames As witnesses George m. Locey. John m. Sheridan John Rowles John Cater allot Blackfoot Idaho. Jno. Yvo Jones receiver. Jewel stoves and ranges Are built to give the greatest satisfaction at the least expense for fuel and repairs. They pm stove construction and in body All the latest and Best features ornamentation. Their unmatched Merit has made them famous for Over 30 years and has created the largest stove Plant in the a. World. Largest stove Platin thew rep jewel stoves and sold by Idaho Forward to company. Notice desert entry. U. S. Land office Blackfoot. Idaho a october 2d, 1896. F complaint having been entered at this office by Michael Jensen against David me Ken for failure to comply with Law As to desert entry no. 1343, dated october 29th, 1890, upon the Section 7, township 2 South Range 37, b. M., in Bingham county Idaho with a View to the cancellation of said entry contestant alleging that David Mckeen has wholly failed to comply with Law in reclaiming said entry that he has not conducted water upon the same nor secured water for that purpose and that the statutory period allowed for compliance with Law has expired and that said Laud is in its native and arid condition the said parties Are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 30fh Day of november 1896, at 10 of clock a. Rn., to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged failure Jno. G. Brown Register. If you suffer from any of the various female ailments and want a sure cure try or g. favorite prescription. It is a local application easy Safe and pleasant to use and never fails. Write for special information to Box 1205, Salt Lake City. $1 a bottle at Hull amp Greene s. Wanted to know. The whereabouts of win. S. Stretch. He is about 60 years old. It May be of a Terete to him orto any acquaintance to give us the information. A do Ress the news Blackfoot. Idaho in the matter of the estate of Robert Kay deceased. In the probate court state of Idaho. Order to show cause Why order of Sale of real estate should not lit made Dewain b. Hawley the administrator of the estate of Robert Kay deceased has filed his petition herein duly verified praying for an order of Sale of the real estate of said decedent for the purposes therein set Forth it is therefore ordered by the said court that ail persons interested in the estate of said deceased be and appear before the probate court of said Bingham county at the courtroom thereof in the court House in Blackfoot in the said county on monday the 23rd, Day of november. 1896, at 30 of clock a. M., then and there to show cause Why an order should not be granted to the said Dewain b. Hawley to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased at Public Sale As shall be necessary and that a copy of this order be published at least five weeks in tue Blackfoot news a newspaper printed published and circulated in said Bingham county. Fred s. Stevens probate. Dated october 2nd, 1896, notice of assessment. The Blackfoot irrigation company location of principal place of business Blackfoot Bingham county Idaho. Notice is hereby Given that at a meeting of the Board of trustees held on saturday september 12th, 1896, there was levied assessment no 17, of $2.00 per share on the capital Stock of the company payable to John Montgomery Secretary and treasurer East main and Idaho streets Blackfoot Bingham county Idano. Any Stock upon which this assessment shall be unpaid 011 monday the 19th Day of october 1896, will be delinquent and advertised for Sale at Public auction and unless payment is made before enough of each parcel of Stock will be sold on saturday the 7th Day of november 3896, to pay said assessment with Cost of advertising and expense of Sale. John Montgomery Secretary and treasurer Blackfoot irrigation co. Blackfoot Idaho september 17th, 1896. Notice of Issue of attachment. In the District court of the fifth judicial District of Idaho in and for the county of Bingham. First National Bank of Ogden Utah 1 t is. V Union mining a milling company. J notice is hereby Given that attachment issued out of the above named court in the above entitled action in favor of the plaintiff and against the said defendant for the sum of twelve Hundred and ninety one and 69-100 dollars together with interest at the rate of eight per cent per annul from March 11th, 1896. Attest my hand and Seal this 12th Day of october a. D. 3896. Ueal Geo. F. Gagon clerk. To the East West North South taif the Union Pacific up to a solid Vestibule trains. Free chair cars the great through car line to Chicago operating through cars to Chicago via. Council Bluffs and c. Amp n. W. By. Chicago or st. Louis via. Kauska City c. Amp a. Portland via o. Amp n. Co., also to san Francisco los Angeles and fort Worth. Pullman Palace sleepers Pullman col1n1st sleepers Pullman dining cars. Zentsch Light steam heat Union depots dining cars and lunch counters All along the line managed by the hotel department. For maps time tables pamphlets descriptive of territory traversed by the Union Pacific so Stem apply to j. A. Collins at. Blackfoot Idaho. D. E. Burley Gen. Agt., Salt Lake City. E. Dickinson Omaha neb. E. L. Lomax Gen. Manager. Gen. P amp t at fast to me pest service to Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul and Minneapolis. Via Chicago Milwaukee amp st. Paul railway Alex Mitchell com. Agent. Saif Lake City Utah. Ajima Marker dealer in musical instruments strings and trimmings. Orchestra and band music Sheet music and and music books largest Stock in Idaho. Also Fine watches arid jowl by stationery books Blank books and school books cutlery notions. Confections tobacco cigars machine Needles Etc. Agent for the Newman Brothers organs. Idaho Falls Idaho s i x Salt Lake City Utah. Conducted by the Sisters of lie holy Cross. Studies for boarders and Day pupils will be resumed the first tuesday in september. Terms moderate. Send reference for catalogues Ete. Address the above. The Blackfoot Houston and Challis Powell amp Peah son fees the cheapest the shortest and most direct route Between the North East and West and the Points named. Carrying mail passengers and express leaves Blackfoot daily at 0a.m. For the big lost River mines Houston Challis Bonanza Clayton Custer Aetna and Bayhorse. Passengers Are carried in first class four horse coaches on mondays wednesdays and fridays. Their Small stages will roil As usual. The travelling Public and shippers May govern themselves accordingly. Eating houses on the line Are unsurpassed. For further information apply to f. W. Vogler agent Blackfoot. Tetter Salt Rheum and eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying chamberlains Eye and Tiki ointment. Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains Frost bites and Chr me sore eyes. 25 cts per Box. Or Cady a condition powders Are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic blood purifier and Verm Fuge. They Are not food but Medicine and the Best in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. For Sale by Ben h. Fernish druggist Job printing promptly done at the news office

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