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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho                               JDUB t, tat te better today awt yea Aboat two boadred head of through morning euroate to tha raaasa as Qrays LaJt it fall _ Md ainit creek John Boyd and wife Henry Decoration day. Geo. H. Fisher a. business visitor from Oxford this week. A. A. Dewey was a bnsineas visitor from Grays last Monday. Joe Gish came in Monday from Amer- ican Falls and returned home Tuesday afternoon. Vera Merrell, who has been quite Ickthe part week, is reported as im- C. Alston WIM in this city last week representing the Faust Creamery Co. of Salt Lake. Warren J. C. Williams and W. H. Kroll were in. from Williainsburg yesterday. Thou. Alktop of Gentile Valtoy WM ib the city this week setUnf atock in the Utah-Mexican Rubber Company. This company has a plantation in Old Mexioo and expecta to reallce dividenda from the of ita product in a few vears. Fifteen double deck cars of sheep were :ue stock yards yesterday The rain of the paat few days is look- ed upon yery favorably by all the old settlers, as it will muke things grow in Ene shape. We're tacky, however, that we are not getting as much as has vis- ted Wyoming and Kansna during the past few days. unloaded at uiorniny. Josephs. Nelson and family are in the city from Draper. Utah, and will upend the summer here. J. H. Schmidt of Henry wasat Herman liwt Friday and bought the wool clip of that vicinity for a Louis flrm. Fred Rchison of Alexander is laid up with a'brokenleg, the renult of a horse falling on hiui last Friday afternoon. Tho oleomarjfariue law baa stood the test of the supremo court, which will be yratif.rinif fc> the faruiern and dairy- iueu. Mw. A. K IMbtr at Bancroft arrived the .city last Monday to visit K.w-kley. returning yester- day. A of drnnk iiud was U? Murt Ju.riiu yMterilay. to the titutiuf flye Joe Walberg, who has been night bar tender at the Stock Exchange hotel, is minus about half of the index finger of his left hand as the remit of moving a loaded gun last Satnrday morning. The gun was accidentally discharged, the bullet striking the finger in a way tha necessitated amputation. A beenttfnl Mw> of bonnets and ft. WhitaiaaVat from AW at K. tanfcet. Kortk of ton rim. MM yiw'U out oftaeVmypUoere- ftom ervlltaatlOB, a taaUly is often _ _ to desperation in diaiof aoddent wtu hUa'wWw hi. with washing in nicer., taeaw. wl ete. Uae atMnaerftia latlaMt MeatDnU'iMd a At 014 Matat hf tfc. MM i. M. UK m MTtr OatHatMaw ne, M The indications lire that will be a banner year for this dty and The winter waa light andtheiftflep came oat in fine shape and the Iambi ngseaaon has Ijpen good. Wool buyers who are working here say. tkat this year'M wool uhipment win be Uie largest in the history of the town. .rf M completed and E. J. Turner was up from Owe yer- with a supply of batter. Mr very anxious to a oream- err estnbliKlied at wime point that will le nouemable for his commnnity, nnd here are A number of other people in hat Tidnlty who wonld lilteto to realice mow from their cows than oaa be done under preaetit conditknu. Soda is not only dty that it a hard time to gat np a eelebratiMi for the Fonrth. as PooaMlo sevnw to in the i-nnw fli. They hate had a meet- ing there and bat not one oeut has It Hmmmt all Wkfla rwf an ud nmd And Ui poeUtfron ita trtm, Which yon mnito with _ open" tor Their sheep dip, condition nod they tion. H. Dreweryhaa graph Kilkry for the suaiuier ___ prepared to do all kinds oiwork hTibis line and gouajMeea It to be the beat Freah testimony ih gMft-qoantity ia couataatty ooming How Dr. -------CT cougba and to A And ererrbodr woadew when dipped. For when the Inspector Around Why ii imd, Timi tbe corernor commnon to proclaim Tkst herd In Male te ii their Or outnot upon fnrand. bar that did And the bit clip. The aet doe There U no one tbW will trait learned the icab wni btut an4 they all to tell ye. for to to. Tbra yon to feel taskefblof illp Wiws y0ttf fnctiidf ft'Vt jou tile tip That to DMll'i the for yea to to. rat the wwfc, it u wall f bottling in IMMUI. I from Va. mrvM M He "1 for years and Aodwwd the ttwi' without being Then I lafn taking Dr. King's Haw DiamvAjfc md a few Kitttee wlHMy cared Bqnally ef- fective in ongrtag all throat ronbtea, CoMMMtption, FVHiMonia and grip. Oaatsptwd by Drag Htore. Trial b ttlea frw. Hfjjlar tizet SOv, and 00. And HM raa tan. MB wtthilM Wonld qokkry leave yon, if yon used Dr. New Life Pills. Thousand of suffierers have proved thrtr matnlnai merit for fflck and Nervous They make para blood and boild up your health. Onlv 85 orate, money back if not cured. Sold by Andersons Drug Store. ABSTRACT US Pocacelto, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON AIS1.UCIS AMI J tj.fl Eatritt, CWTEYiHCHi f Otltaltv Elcw A swcuin. S it rn.Tnij. IT. CkankVttiaH. at Preabytor- next at ll a. m. and acbool at 10a.m. AD work to get pwple to take interest to start the thing going. Can w HWVp, v vaav wiuitg KU1HK. VfaU] ehMftaiii WIM raUitr bum. i it be tliat pfttrtotiam is oa the wane in but wban thiiipurt of ttie countryY iu a print as weli a.i other placets fciJ uwMsiuttiil bud k uaavvid- telephoned to thiedty but :v Slarardair of an earthquake which oc- _.__.. eurred at Henaan. Idaho, that uiorninc. T. 8. AVilliams attended the Demo- The Erst shook came at themorn- cratic c.muty at Pocatello ftodahookup the townin good shape, yvatenlay awl was aeleoted aa ooe of the there was a lighter shock at 4.li the state with The first shook left a hole about half a .W. JL'AoderMon. mile from the town that is twwnty-flve feet wide and loayiirde long. It ii said A. danw aanotinced for tomorrow to have been of wfflcient force to roll itiltht nt r Hall, The music will j Herman Workman out of bed, W furnished by tbu Eodelwk 6ros.. which ought to bu sofflcient to bring out a Urge The water plant is again numbered HIBOHK tbo and is shipping a large quantity of ita product. A uew unpply of WM received this week. Prof.C. B Bwkett formerly principal of Jng ntfcer tide wool, The inside of the school house has been badly defaced nince vcliovl closed by some body throwing ink on the walls and in the primary room it has deliberately pound "'on the floor! in the principal's room it haw been thrown on Jhe walls, making a very ugly mark and it cannot cleaned very The school board offers a suit- and convic- goilty of "St. of the Wizens of K7.m haebeen made from rings and return for the World's St. Loois, over direct routes and ted to return ninety day0 from date of sale, but in no OHM later than Decem- ber IS, 1MM. to be on sale on Tneaday of each week from May to h; going to bafin on date of sale. Uttb_Tdio. Fontela, ConideMe and rble reward for the w prisMtpal of the Soda echovl...... wxt year at a salary of fU per month. Pocattflo Adranea. tug 13 to W twits. There wen no sorvkwe tat the oOnitig- plawd npnnthe W rsettng place, of ttw de- parted ttwt they are still fresh of the Ba4le. the Cbleftala to r, ttMt Mbis w to ill her appoiatmntt the IViav church win sbajc tMt And now a sheep strike is Aa as the ChWtais has hen to gel at the it iaaefoUawt: The prica now being paid reported at six and ime-half eeate per head aad the ahearera want seven cents Md hoard. It la that the mm- ditton 
                            

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