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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho                               VOLOMJC V. SODA m m LOCALl-s i "IfcBsBjr" Sullivan of U in the vtUsfe OB Nam Rose returned, Sunday, from two wetln visit in Salt Lake. Lewis and wife of Wayan were botdnew visitors in town, Tuesday. MiM dire Hale of Gentile Valley is spending a few daja in Soda, visiting friends. B. W. Daneie and family came np from Salt Lake to visit with her hatband. O. F. Dae goes to Salt Lake City today to Tint his parents and attend to some business matters. T 8 Williams went out to Wiffiams- trarg, Monday morning, to look over his tatereste at that place All of tine hand shearing corrals hare closed for the season and the steam }4anto will finish this week. Misses Hodge and Hart of Paris came op last Saturday to visit the Misses Lau, and returned home Tuesday. Mrs. H. J DeWitt of Logan, a sister of M esdames Djaii Woodall and Manass Williams is visiting in the village. W. L. Hulbert who has been visiting her husband here left for their borne at Bancroft on Tuesday last Julius Rosenberg of the Pocatello Mercantile Co the best in the west) is today, "just looking Miss Mabel Mocney of in risrttng Mrs. Wetid of HoM and will remain in for mil weeks. Sheriff Griffith spent a port of Tuesday ia this city on his return to Pocatello from a trip to Chnb Springs and Moatpelier. Miss Carrie Hslvsreon came in from Grays, yesterday to prepare a dress in which to dance the serpantine dance at that place on the Fourth. Manass Williams and family came in from Williamsburg, Saturday, Manasw has been under the weather and came in for medical attendance. A little matter that should receive the attention of the police- A person can- not ride a bicycle on the sidwalks of Soda without bumping into cattle, we have seen it tried. Warren Williams has recaptured his pet monkey. The little fellow had taken np his abode in a magpie's nest near Novel's divide Joco was pretty hun- gry and was raiher willing to be captured. The Sunday school choir will sing nert Sunday at the Presbyterian church and Mr Strachan will give a report of the proceedings of the General Assembly in Buffalo. All are cordially invited to attend. Foil HIM of EL D. WHHitair. MM .id dance firm FryarYttsfl, day V" sncecrn every respect. A food crowd attendance, tfcfc floor was in to asusd fine condition and the music which furnished by Bros.' inented orchestra was receded wi many The mwiy OM bridse. tripped the light fantastic until the is tnt bu and we twelve th. mfcim dip with sma hours notwithstanding the heat of M> wcn, M ,M to .bake your the evening. STOCK EXG O. T. W06BAU. Flrtt-CttM Btf ifld CltttJ R0MM trrm- Will have in a line of children's toed hats the flrst of next BL D. WHITMAN. Desk blotters at this office. Subscribe for THE CHMFTAEW fcuright TMMfcy t ay to Bate the George cashier the ttock National Bank of Pocatello Monday and Tuesday iu Soda, health resort on a vacation. MUM Louiae Wo Anil returned thin morning to ppend ths aummar cation. She hat been iittetiding fttcrsd Heart Acaduuiy at Ogdeu, Joa. Cuhn, Kahn Bros, of te aprasding his generous mite oar and incidentally selliiif sottie goodo. Joe ia one of the ta- datf photugrapher, is patting op new gallery north of E. D. Whitman's store. jit will ha provided with modem equip- namtmd on a scale large enough to malu picture taking a pleasure, both ithc subject and the man behind We hare traveled from Maine to Mex- ico aad from York to 'Frisco, have reax Signs and ads about denistrj thought they were all a huge jofce until we were LbT fa tB> _ CUy, Eobinson Co of Chicago fav- .QSVdTBBCBIBFTAIN With the report on sheep sales for this season, cad to be able to give our wsshly npott the same tariaf the balance of the season. ftrst range wore on the wnket 80th wen sold Uy as for tbe prices shown below. We also of tbe range sheep since that Itoflt-lOtt ton welbcff Ottntt IM Wublurton !M (tnlcrt i- m t- m WMhlnston welbiri 9M MS VTwb'ti wclii UO wrltivn 1M 100 M no W JJO IDS HO KM Ml 1G2 M W Ti Wtrldtif las FWCII S7i 4 to UO 4JU 4 71 i U W 4.CO I TO 4 7S 4Jt 4 7 Jlft The new time card ia very satisfactory to people on this part of the line, as if does away with the layover heretofore encountered in going to or returning from Salt Lake. The new card appears on the last page of THE CHIEFTAIN The upper story of Jesae Tye's shoe shop caught fire yesterday afternoon, bat quick work saved the building. It was started by a little girl playing with The canvass and paper on the and HM bwld.iig were destroyed. hhiit WKirt has pat ia Us ay- f-wmuce, and tram an ia tvM meadow Wk is chirB- mg. bushicae is fioadshinff and Soda his plunged head-first into the Stnwner with all its glory. Kate franklin of the American Brew ing Go. of Pocatello stopped over in Soda Tuesday on his way home from Coke ville Wyo. Nate that business in his line on this end of the road is pick ids; up. Why shouldn't it with the ggnsjiMingter at 100 in the shade? Ootsnty Surveyor Sonnenkalb was in the Tuesday, making a surrey 01 the graveyard. It is the intention to have the cemetery platted, fenced atx in shape so that the graves can re- woper care. Several acres of wIH be added to the present site interest is being taken in the New line of ladies' dress and trimnwd hats received this week. K D. WHITMAN. Little Tom, Fontela, Confidence Eftfl- Lillian Russell 5 cent cigars at Afitor- son's Drug Store. loe" h ol town on Blackfoot riTcr, there you'll Had homely dnrter will know him when MM him wlthj tbe hoe, while going along the line be and dip in time; Wp DouU's and liaye a gtxxj old, food old Limy, Feed and Wt fw Henry, Nprinft, Wmfmu. i Notol at S A M. tMflr Chores Hottcts. Preaching services at the Presbyter- ian church next Sunday at II a. m, and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. All are cordially invited. W EADIB. Pastor. The best line of men's clothing in town at Wbittier's The special attention of the ladies is called to our new stock of etnbioidery silks, linen doilieo and center pieces at E D, Whitman's Miss Ollie Hale of Gentile Valley iaj preparing to do all kinds of dress niak- mg at Harry Horsley's residence. Wluttier's ia headquarters for shoes, fowrth July celebration at Soda, and gathering of peopto tmm the out- exftMedk tesvuspeople to it sfraeta and will look bsrpreMMt that far the National Republican convention has passed very harmon- iously and all factional fights have been The work af completing the ia finished and the nominations wiH be made today There seems to be no Arabt that it will be Roosevelt and Fairbanks, with George B. Corelj-ou as chairman. Annie Mabel Wilson, aged fifteen rears, daughter of Dr. Wilton, died at the of her father near Henry, Idaho, on Saturday last of heart trouble. The altitude was too high for tbe young lady and several trips to Salt Lake failed to produce any permanent good. Tbe nneral was held last Monday nod in- tanwntnade.it the ctfoe. ei! It pleawnt all und lound Attd there's money in your pocket from the clip market gtutf they topped the prize, makes you smile with foo-goo eyei jtod ercrrttodr wonacri where you dipped. when tbe Inspector comes around tbe scab In rarely lound, the govertior comraenoet to proclaim that every sheep herd h- the state ll be dipped-twlce their Vi they cannot range upon the ground Jo the boy that did not dip the ate up his clip, Btoremnti comei around to get his doe there is no one Hint will trust for learned the will bunt you f nd they all begin to tell you 'or to go. then you begin to feel something slip JVhen jour fricnas all give you the tip That to Doull'E Is the piece for yon to go. tor the work, it Is welldonc, ths sheep, thpy ran like fun Oo to him, "the man with the hoe _ ____________HTSTY GEOBOK That Throbbing Hssdacbe Would quickly leave yon, if you used King's New Life Pills. Thousand snffieren have proved their matclcss it for Sick and Nervous Headaches make pure blood and build up your th. Only 25 cento, money back if cured. Sold by Andersons Drug RATES KEASONABLE Soda Springs, THEO. TUR5KR AKTRACT Cf Pocatello, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED AISTltfTS AMI LtW Eitrte, Rial ftvtb, A srccuin. 1 nRAKOM OmCK WIM 09M tm i S. V 17 of white shirtti-ftistsi tm f.75to Ladies dress skirts, black white mnalin underwear, belts and gloves. Baby Pillow shams and dresser scorfa. C W. PRYAK. Fine line of ladiea' vauts, ekuta and j World's Fair St Loais. A rslc of 50 has been made from Spring? and return for the World's St Louis, over direct routes and to return days from date sate, but in no case later than Decem- Tickets to be on sale on luesday of each week from May to j tetember going paiaago to begin Fos Tho Collett Cc-ttage near Woodruff spring Must sell at once to Sirs. Collett at Cottage. Fresh eggs by the dozen at Whittler Oid newspapetalor aale at this 3 canto per hundred office AH kiudd of fireworks and 4th of July foods at Anderson's Drug Store. Misses' aid Street Pure olive oil at Anderson s Drugstore H. Drewery has re-opened the photo- graph galkiy for the eumioer .and is prepared to do nil kinds of work in bis line Hud guarantees it to be the beat. Williams Hotel AMU C. WBTML, Best Arranged Family Hotel in the City, Sprlngt on the Two Jrem Dejot to at E. D. nice line. Whitman's. Fishermen, call at Ed. Merrellaand see fine of fishing tackle. Stsrtliag Evidence. testimooy in great quantity is Fresh butter always ouhaud at Whit- ;ier Co.'s. Skinner Beatler are prepared to do my kind of soldering and stove repair- ng and guarantee good work. The Williams Mercantile Co. is HOT? open for business at Williamsburg, Tbeir sheep dip, etc, oudttion and tion. An es- f constantly coming in, declaring Dr. Bang's New Discovery fur Consumption coughs and colds to be A recent expression from T.J McFarland Bentorville, Va. serves as example. He writes. "I had Bronchitia for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited. Then J began taking Dr. King s New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me." Equally ef- in first-Haas 'ective in curing all lung and throat they guarantee sadsfac- ptivea To XtoperstMUL Living at an out of the way place re- mote from d is often riven to desperation in cass of accident in burns, cuts, wounds ulcers, tc. Lay in a supply of Cacklcn's Arnica alve. It's the best on earth, at Vudersoua Drag Store. C. G. ROSE Ahrayt on Consumption, Penumouia and grip. Guaranteed by Anderson's Drug Store, Triul bottles }rce. KegnUtr sizes oCc, and 00. Herbert Spencer and Tom Moore 3 for a quarter at Anderson's Drug Store. Sulphur candles, Blue 9ml, Tar, Toilet and Washing Soaps at An- derson's Drug Store. Wanted. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of bittes, pelts andfurs. Ranchers hav log hides for sale pkasc scud word to W. B. Bergmsa. Box 3L Montpcher, Idaho. FISHING TACKLE nufh'ii wi MT flab H 4 SM Cub 4 W Ctsb (pnlltis 14 179 M 4Sfl JCMU-VT VMhtmtoHjrcttrn ui WublnftM IT 4 Ci Ml WuBIOfttm >l 3f CHICAGO. Jane 90th IttOI tH irf Sherp And Uuultt today were 90.000 and with lust week Out salM four dimbtpn of 101 lit. Washington at (M W. with onn donbU-deck of rulU (Hit at f-t 40. AUw dotiWen M IV at f4 with KX) out at .V) bMt Unta unl.l at with the 4tu'V at to 43 Bathed W. with the bulk of ttiotn nt We have opened a Co ml pete Line of Joint Fishing Rods, Silk Fish Lines, Trout Flies, Fishing Fly Books, --------S3-In Fact EVERVTfflNfi Used By Hshermeo. ss-------- Gorton's Supply Store Branch utorc Herman, Idaho, north of INSURE HIGHEST MARKET PRICKS SHEEP AND CATTLE Br Clay, Robinsoa Company Live Stock CottumiMlon tv OUcojn Sioux City __ Ltl M bm sn4 will kssp you MbrsMl AS 'ST-4PFRI 'SPAPFRJ   

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