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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho                               -.A i The Soda Springs fUmwMmrtii The VOLUME V. SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK COUNTY. IDAHO, MAY 20, 1904. V AY i LOCAL IB C. W. Pryar is loading a car of oats for shipment to Twin Falls. P. Christenspn was a business visitor from Core on Tuesday Ust. G. W. Tarr and familv will today for Milner in the automobile. Beaty Bros.' moving picture jow ffave an exhibition hero last Tuesday evening. first of this year's wool madp its appearance in this city list Tuesday. H. Drewerv and familv return- ed from Salt Lnke last Thursday are now at the phothgraph BOUND OVER. John Swick Gives Bond for for His Appearance at Next Term of the District Couit, ITI, ,.......__J C. and Warren 'Wiiiiflma came in Tuesday from Piwalello and will spend the summer hero. Horlsfps r'nmo in pvpitTvr from i with friends hero un- TuPsclav inorninjr. E. Whitman rocfivod n new of e-nncls and under skjrts, this tnorn- Don't to see them. Some of th" r-vvls in The preliminary hearing of John Swank, charged with sault with intent to commit mur- der, was held here last Saturday morning at the town hall before Justice Ferebauer, Swank wan- ing examination and was bound over to the district court, his bond being placed at which was furnished by C. T. and D. Woodall. George Drake, the man shot, testified positively as to the identity of the man who did the shooting and George Story, who was with Drake, testified to see- ing Swank shooting at tho sheer. John Cherrett, for whom Drake was working, employed P. S. Dietrich, of Pocatello. to conduct the prosecution in the absence of the district attorney, who was for some reason unwilling to at- tend to the case. A tent of of cabecs institute 1 i last evening by Stutj C er W. P. Gray. The rnSnTb'er ship is sciall. but it is hoped that a small DIED. Mrs. Annie M. Salt, wife of C. W. Salt, died at Dempsey last Saturday, May at p. ci. after an illness of several months with dropsy resulting from childbirth. Every effort was put forth to her and to that end she was taken to the springs near where she died and for a time seemed to be iraprov ing, but last Saturday morning she was taken much worse, pass- ing away that crening. Besides a husband she lea-res five child- ren, the youngest being a baby five months old and the eldest eight years. Mrs. Salt was boi n in Wellfeville, Cash Vallfy, Utah, and was thirty-nine years of tge. The family mored from Benton. Utah, last October to their ranch about thirteen miles east of this city. The funeral was held last Sunday evening at 5 o'clock acd burial made in the Dempsey cemetery. A. E. Hyde returned to his homo at Salt Late last Thursday ovwnintr after several clays spent examining tho mines in the Car- riboo district, accompanied by T. S. Wiiliarns. Mr. Hyde is a b'esrimiinff" will make aipraclionl mining man and ex- The Williams Mercantile Co. is now open for business at Wil- liamsburg. Their sheep dip, etc., in first-class condition and they guarantee satisfaction. ll. Drewery has re-opened the photograph gallery for the sum- in of and is prepared to give you satisfaction in his line. Cane fishing poles at cost. Williams Mercantile Co. Fou SALE. Jtestsuirnnt. Bakery and Rooming HOU.-JU. Address Box :Jo, Idaho. Chuich Notices, services at the Presbyter- ian-church next Sunday at 1I a. in. and i i> in. Sunday school at 10 a. in. All are cordially invited. W. EADIE. -Pa'-lor. A choice line of ladies belts are for sal- at E. D. Whitmans at from 25 to ?o cents each. 3. A. Quick Arrest. of Verbena, Ata., the hospital from a severe case of piles causing 1 tumors. After doctors uiH all Arnica Salve quickly arrested, further infla7ii- taVnun and eurfcflhiin. It, conquers ueiies in. al. Drug a small beginning will make a practca mnng man large ending. The ladies of the passed himself well pleased 8TOCKEXCHANGE C. T. SON, First-Ciass3arand Livery, Feed and Sale Stable for stuiikinm. Timrltrta and Commercial for Hciiry, Spring, M'aj-an, Orayn Hotel at 8 A. M. Kxt'tspt Sunday. RATES REASONABLE Soda Springs, Idaho Special Over Carefally.- Idaho Fails flour, "THE BEST FLOTJE ON High patent, per Straight grade, Union oats and Banner oats with dishes enclosed, per 5 lb. White Eose Bock Candy syrnp, per Golden Eagle syrup, per gallon.......................................... American sardines in oil. 'A cans for............................... Imported sardines iu oil. one-fourth size, 3.W .80 .74 .16 Alaska salmon, 8 cans ,-TT Verv best Japan tpa, full weight, one-half pounds, nve packages for........l.W Slade's Boston Baking Powder, absolutely pure, sixteen five 1.25 lorn meal, per ten pound sack, white or yellow............................ tent's latest style Negligee shirts, each, could well be nnd still HP awl. loci-re wwrk and served re- Ronx.-On Friday. Mnr freshmcnls. A very pleasant of Trn fall. Jr.. at time was hud by all. ahoy. TVith mnthpr o. J. Rackraan passed through tn At tho Democratic primaries held in this city last Monday T. Vuliiams iind C. T. Wood all baby are reported as doing last Tacsdsiv were electee! as delegates to the envoute to his ranch with a large county convention, which meets MfR. an.1 p !rr7i I bunch of rattle, which he will j in Pocatello June 1st. with C. W. summer. He I Fryar and Herbert Horsley as Hortiley. Pnp OnodHart says we got off on the wrong a mwn wpck bv hi' sand hw.ad when his list is com-1 E. S. Department j the G. A. R. of i DCQXL. THE DIPPER. Oouit, nliirjj ir.nl get you ready ft Herbert, Spencer arA Torn. Moore cigars i.ir a finartcr at Anderson's Drugstore. 3. "D. Whitman ua-, just received sm- other c'OJiiignr.iPiit 01 wall paper isg ia pric'1 Oy c ..tits to id cents per double roll. WorlS'i Fair Louis. Aratc of luisliepii made from r.nd r-'tnra i'ui1 thu World's Fair, Ht. LimH ov-r direct routes and Ibftitul to rf-tsi-ri r.iri'jly davd from 'late of sale, but in tio than IJT 1904. fs on salu   Horne Shoe tobacco, per .41 Star tobacco, .75 Duke's mixture tobacco, 6 .99 .75 I Gate, per 100 1.15 .05 .10 Wool bags, ,91 Wool twine, per r.........00 Barb wire, painted, per Barb wire, galvanized, per 4.00 name iwiywsiy. morrow to for .1. C, Williams fwm of T. S. i En camp in ---nr, v.-iiicl) i Williams came in from -.vili hiil-i ut last Monday and will ppend j ut HP C. W. Kinulson spea.t a p-irt of i -will move his family later. j iapt Wcel: in C.u-ribjjo .seniion W. Jackson canxnnyos-! lookinz-it tliG miubs. tcrdiy from will to his at briifliam. Grab j it her T, S. Williams and [jast Friday, llr: j wife for short time after uhichf pleased with what lie-saw ndraay shew'.ll atHiiipy.rinvi.-3t lator. A. N. Saulsberry is now filling; The postnlncrs at, flanna in this j the position of night operator at; county will hereafter bo presid- this station and will probably be ed.over by John M. Sharp, who to {.il wlion yfiu'ce U 111- Old Ki'lmb'.u '.It' ij .ffinrt jrk h L "Subsf-ribf ffiv Tin; .i..k )oti Again. of jiig'.ii t.tr two v-ffks has put utu in my writes D. IL Tamer of They're the in the j liver, stomach nnd B, our I Purely t-r taipe. i U Siorf. B you''! I i, th- call for oiiij-. ry. iilik-f, papfr, tc, i! two cans We have a full line oi Gent's and Boys, clothing that we coaaidw U-irgaius. It, will pay you to look ths Hue over before purchasing eUewMffc, We have o-ar hjjrins; stock of Ladies' huts jusfc in, and they hare been for rale at prices that will retain for us oar past reputation for sellinf the the T'rica ever offered iu Idaho. We have fine lice of which we are selling at 3 and onto par yard. These wibjwt to change withont notite. CO- cash plan. Kyp it up OB tteJ r.Jil If yj tip in years, keep yonr on V'JU OuIiK. Ai JiJ ,liu g siuii of lite smd up to moment, and with our bargains ttpriuktedOK yow .._.-------you wm actually grow yonngar aa you grow older. ENRIGHT-LARGILLIERE COMPANY I.IMITKU General Merchandise and Stock Soda Springs, Idaho "I- in I.--; here permanently. His old has been appointed to thfe posi- tion tw till thu vacancy caused by the resignation of John A. Dal- ,..7 ,-ui'l i. ut Anf.f-r.-nu mininir i' ;r 5 O, ton. friende areglad to have him with them once more. Through rates h ive been es-1 tablishcd over the Soda Surir-jrsj Miss Evelyn Lurfillierc. who and Grays Lake telephone line. returned fron lak'ma a Bourse that the will Blijrhtly of musical Bait rSake will reduced to parties usinjj tiie Presbyterian church next. -J'-i. 'r'' i fir nr It i for A Sure Tsing. j iu.it i.s xr-pt j ,-itij taxt--, but Jh.'it "'Vi altij- j r true. Dr. X-w Diwuvt-ry r if.. i-.ii'i b..> unit -.fl tl..- r- rau .''r JR. The Cosgrove Concert tra entertained ftfair sizftd and! Tl.o attention ladies "I' I' no oi." tli-' i .11 tni-t rn-1 1 .vii. Vt'. B. VunMctre "i ft '-t hit tailed tr, ad vertirt'.-rneat th jtrir-: i but .rf.-iicf, N-..VVV '111 II r'UUll .V A ANNOCK ABSTRACT U. Pocutello, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ABSTRACTS AND Laad Entries, Fnul J Contests, Etc, Attend A SPECIALTY. to Prwptly. win T. it. cnce mt Hall last MOD- Supply Sioro this night. company is opportunity isolTi-r of the best and (rives nnivc-rsa! to a ihai Jit.-, ami val wberuver it gws. -in; i SKI C. N. SENIOR, representing the Bell Skin f: fnd Waist Co. of Kansas City, %ill be al GORTON'S SUPPLY STORE, on or about May 2oth; for the nvrpcse of UkiQg nwuuicnients and for Lcdies' Skirts. He have a fuU line of tamples of SiORTS, ranging from 34-co to and if you desire a perfect fitting skirt, do not overlook this opportunity. We Have Just Received a Ncv, Line or Ladies' and Underwear; Eclta ond Shirt Waist Sets. Gorton's Suppiy Store strife nt Wcrmnr, Irirho, 1 ortA-cit'-1 rt Scuta Springs Market, Aug. G. Llebmann, Prop. ED, M. MERRELL SfalXncry, I-rcsfc frsiis, Sals, C. G. ROSE That'- Flwec to Gel Your Money's Worth j i i Hardware Dry i Kootn and Shoes Cigars. Till. I.ATI.fcT ANt> J'LMIOUiwAl.H jOur SUMI SlMCp Dte to ti Kila of Lime, aad an Pfffvirt rut Grain and Salt. .111.1 TbMCii C. G. ROSE Ma ho. PLEMTY Of 0000 TUB. We Keep a of oo SPA PER IN SPA PERI   

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