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Blackfoot News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1896, Blackfoot, IdahoI Reading implement Minneapolis harvesters and binders Champion harvesters and binders dealers i r�0 san Plymouth red tag binding twine Tiger Woods Granger Gem and Buckeye rakes. Successft3x and progressive Farmers use the above implements which is the secret of their Success. They Are no experiments last longer do better work and Are therefore cheaper for the user than any other class of goods in inspect our Stock and get our prices before purchasing. L. M Capps Wagon amp machine go., it. Or tight or n. B genuine Plymouth binding twine bears a a red tags with our a a a name on one Side and sheaf of wheat Brand on the other is sold Only by us or authorized agents. If others offer this twine it is not genuine. Or. Capps our Only authorized Blackfoot agent will keep this twine on Sale at h. Curtis. G. G. W., mgr. Local happenings Para graphed the United states court begins monday. The Public schools of Pocatello opened monday the 31st ult., and Over 500 scholars were enrolled. Mrs. Thos. Clegg late of the Idaho House has gone to Logan Utah. Everybody praises the operetta of Friday night. Whatever Blackfoot Talent undertakes always ends Well or. Geo. Houck has secured the contract for building a residence at Albion. It is said that 800,000 men in ten states alone failed to vote in 1894. Miss Lulu Sill was called to her Post of duty As teacher of the Wear Yick school West Side tuesday. Parents who Are rude to their children need not be surprised if their children become rude to them. A Little boy at Preston Idaho had the ends of his fingers on both hands chewed nearly off by a hog last week. Or. C. E. Thum came Over from his Boise mines and spent saturday and sunday in Blackfoot. He left for Silver City sunday night. Edward Foster a representative of the Denver Republican spent labor Day in the City. While it is no mistake to say that by Yan made a speech at the Chicago convention nor is it one to say the speech made Bryan the nominee. There Are people who never accomplish anything because they undertake to do too much. Awarded highest honors worlds fair. A or most perfect made. A pure grape Cream of tartar powder. Free from ammonia Alum or any other adulterants. 40 years the Standard the Silver Republican county convention will be held at Blackfoot saturday september 19th, to nominate county officers. Or. Geo. Gorton at one time commissioner of Bingham now resident of Bannock and doing business at soda Springs was among the visitors to the Grove City last week. A a armies of tramps have been taking Possession of trains in Nebraska and Riding. The Railroad managers have been obliged to Appeal to the government for troops to drive them off. Something that brings a sense of Relief to the Mother of an Idle boy after vacation months the Call of the school Bell for the fall term. Some men would have better wives if they did no to growl so much whenever they give them a Little Money. Rev. R. V. Williams who occupied the pulpit at the methodist Church sunday morning and evening and delivered a lecture monday night showed himself to be a very Earnest and interesting speaker. He left for Idaho Falls tuesday. This is the season of the year when our Young nimrods Hie away with gun dog and fishing tackle to do valiant service to catch the wary Trout or waylay the mighty grizzly that the Long Winter evenings May hold something in store of deeds of might performed and Fame and glory won. Judge and mrs. C. E. Arney of Pocatello lost their Little four year old son by being acc Dently burned on thursday of last week. The Little fellow was pouring Coal Oil on a Bonfire which he and other children had built when the can exploded and set fire to his clothing and he was burned so badly that death came to his Relief within five hours afterwards. It is estimated that the bicycles causes an annual loss to the trades of $112,500,000. While the effect is perhaps most pronounced on the livery business and Carriage Trade it is claimed that a falling off has resulted in the demand for pianos jewelry watches and confectionery and also that a less whisky and lager Are drunk fewer cigars smoked and fewer books bought on account of contrary to general belief the Sahara is not a Barren and worthless waste. Some time ago there were nine million sheep in the Algeria Sahara alone be sides two million goats and 280,000 i camels. On the oases there Are i Mil lion Date Pitlos. Messes. Buckley amp son have made arrangements for the building of a Woolen Mill in the Canyon above the Quayle Mill. They have concluded to go into the Enterprise without assistance and we certainly Hope they will succeed beyond All expectation. The Plant is already Here and As soon As the building is finished it will be put in place and the wheels examiner. The Campaign now in Idaho will Cost less than any previous one. The nominees on the democratic and populist ticket All consider their nomination equal to election which it no doubt is and consequently have each but a Small assessment to pay. While the other two ticks the Republican and Silver Republican each regarding Success hopeless will not throw Money at the Birds. So that the Idaho Campaign is nearer a Money less one than Well Mark Hannah selection business to the East of democrats. A romantic Story is told of the wife of Thomas e. Watson populist nominee for vice president. After one of the Battles of our civil War a richly dressed baby was found among the dead and wounded. No parents came to claim the child. They say that father and Mother had perished in the strife. It is not known whether they were on the Northern or the Southern Side. But a Southern Soldier and his wife took the child they had found and cared for her As their own. The years passed and the Little girl grew to be a handsome and cultivated lady. Then Young Tom Watson a Farmer lawyer married her and they have lived happily Ever since. William j. Bryan the democratic nominee for president has very aptly said a a done to take what other men say but study for yourself a if these Days of Gold and Silver discussions every Man old enough to vote should educate himself on the great Issue now before the people. Arguments should be backed up by facts and in no work yet issued on Silver is that Side of the question More clearly and convincingly presented than in the Little Book of less than 100 pages published by r. T. Hayes publishing company no. 921 postal Telegraph building new York entitled a Silver the Money of the common the Price is 10 cents 12 cents by mail. In France there is a Law compelling physicians to write their prescriptions in the language of the country. Infidelity May publish car loads of books in trying to tear the Bible to pieces but it cannot explain a godly from Presto. We have a new mail Carrier Budd is the name. Posters Are out advertising for bids on a new school House at Basalt near or. Dyes. Another school House is projected near Here. Miss Edith Doud is spending a week at our Burg. A birthday party was Given at or. Presto Burrells last week it being the 14th anniversary of his son Prescott. Music dancing singing speaking supper and a Good time in general was had. Fort Hall Nevis. Threshing Oats and wheat this week. Or. Bridges and or Churchill were at Ross Fork last saturday. Mrs. Locke is very much better and is Able to move around again. The most of the children Are glad to come Back to school again. We have now forty five scholars enrolled so far. Messes. H. Locke and c. Bumgarner were in Blackfoot one Day last week. Or. Jno. Parker was at Pocatello Creek last week he acting As a policeman to follow the tracks of Lousia Pocatello one of the school girls who ran away from school a week ago last wednesday night. Miss Ida Zimmerman of Haskell Institute Lawrence Kansas has been transferred Here. She has already arrived and will take prof. G. G. Davis school room. We Welcome her in our work. K Agah a. Trial jurors. The following is the list of trial jurors drawn for the next term of the District court to Convene on sept. 21st Blackfoot David s. Morgan j. A. Anderson Joseph Warren Geo. Holbrook. Idaho Falls a. L. Nash Eugene Wright Albert Green Wall. Willow Creek Cobert h. Smith j. A. Buck Parley j. Davis. Iona Geo. P. Ward Saffel South Wick Miller Kenton Riverside Jas. H. Acoff Thomas Duncan. Fairview a. D. Rawson James Everetts. Taylor a. F. Shelley. Basalt we. Dye. Rose Jas. Bumgarner. Higham we. Shirtliff. Danilson Springs Joseph Watts Gray a. A Dewey. Sporting goods i 8ugh As i base balls and bats always in Stock and anything else to order the most Complete a a a mss ass tooth and shaving blushes co tabs perfumes and All toilet articles. Our Senoli Imp a ninth ready mixed and dry i Kyj Lviv 1/1 is Complete and prices right a a 5 Willow Glss size , Candy nuts stationery and in fact everything you need. Yoio a prescriptions k i will have our most careful attention at any hour p done to mistake the place Pioneer drug store Hull amp Greene Blackfoot Idaho. F c. Bunting amp co., Bankers in0orporated,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. An electric boat has been constructed for the inspection of the famous sewers of Paris. It pulls itself along by a Chala lying in the Bottom. Principal correspondents Chase National Bank first National Bank Omaha National Bank first National Bank Mccornick amp co., Bankers new York. Chicago. Omaha Ogden. Salt Lake City. San Francisco first National Bank associate Bank first National Bank Pocatello Idaho

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