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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho f r A I The Soda Springs Cht SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK COtfWTY, IDAHO, JULY 7, 1904. 19. I LOCAL! of the VU'ialtr in Poeatello. Tuesday afternoon Mrs E S Whittier Pap Goodheart can ftt you out when it comes to it liverj rig und make you happy Mrs., T. S Williams cauie in from last Friday uud has been sick since. Call Jpeiit Fourth with returning homo <--ul to Poeatello yesterday to visit friends and attend to some business matters Tn is talk of u calibration here ou the 21th, and if it is to come off prepa- ration1! should begin at once. Jnrurs Heatloy of Portland, Ore- is visitimr her friend, MM A-nuaC. Wetzd at the Williams HoteL Win Winschell m tbo city today from Hear) on bmiui'iw be-fore the dis- trict court Tribune W. W Srerrett up from Cove Last Friday viaitnip sou, T- A Stt-rrett. and slmkinK with fnenda Tlieo. Enrijrht of Springs Soda's Fourth. The Fourth paastd very satisfactorily hi this city and nothing happened to mar the pleasures of the day in any way. The ruoruing program consisted of Hing- ing, music by the band, reading the Declaration of Independence and speak- ing at the Bowery. The music was fui- nished by the Georgetown band an J was good The addrens wan delivered by Kev. Wm Eadic, who touched upon subjects of interest to (ill und held his audience for about forty minutcH In the afternoon a game of ball was played between the Deinpapy and Soda Springs ball teams, resulting in an easy yictory for the latter, the score ujing 27 to 7. This was followed by a game between Dempsev and a picked nine and was roally more interesting game than the first one, the score being 3 to 1 in favor of Dempsev A nice display of flraworks was given m the evening und then came the dances which were enjoyed by a Urge number until the small hours of morning were beginning to Urge A Challenge. Herman, Idaho, is goiii' ref wed to do all kinds of work in big ine and guarantees it to he the beat. C. G. ROSE General Merchandise Fresh Groceries Now Stock of s uiiiiin-r Drum GooilH, Shirt tent Stylet In I.adloi' Helta. silk In ull mid Our line of rorr In ami neat an ran be found. i to them T. S. WJLLrwH, WHIiomsburg, Idaho 3 Q 8TOCKEXCTAHGE 0. T. WOODALL S0K, First-Class Bar and Club Booms llMdquartm for fttofikmon, aud Commercial Henry, Chub Hprlngf, IMTM l at A. St. Bicept Soda Springs, Idaho THKO, FEED. a. CA.LPWBIX next '1 in i'lii Hty f roiii UoweNville, Utah, and n with liu old friend. Dr W, FL Aa lerioiL Huhne a vmtor i the Blarkfoot nver Sdttirday reports fbiiign looking good iu that neighborhood Hoopt-r Hpring ha< bwn the ritf of a fair Mzed fftnt city since Tou -th aiwl the campers faj jny A.H frrigfct train due to the hcrw yesterday broke in two near tho iitnck and hiul work getting 111 dear. ........David Ww Gheater win in Ifatn the Blafk- j Dr-icriptnn of the teuiplea built by foot riff.r last Tuwdaf cullpd at the church in thin age...Harry Horslrr Wo Pity Shown. "For yeais f.ite w.is after me continn onslj, writes F, A Oulledge, Verbena "T had a terrible case of piles cans ing tuiuorh. When .ill failed Bucklen's for limns and all acues an'l paiiH Only 25c- at Aiulevsons Dnig Store. .Tv.at received another consignment of nkirls and abirt at C. W. A' Mr. one of the old iu wictioii arid known to all T. P Roa ittid btmtlng and tiabiut; inj bo Eluic Burnle. 3. ,-W p to c.ire irotu.llwtiind.n5 v.hat many tana nay, licart dlsctso can bo cured. Er. ini'js' Heart Cure per- restored to health many thousands foun'l va relief to the nicUlclncs (allopathic or liomoco- Rates Reasonable Soda Springs, Idaho CHRIS, A, LALLAT1N Fresh and Salt E1SH, BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY and C Vegetables In B today M. S Pillar ___Mattie Ruurl. at Subscribe for TH2 C The I to town I the ofUfcr fellows were here with their their or of lira-it, broken li'ie, f.t, at orleim. an haud at J. H. ttiJ wife "f Utah, thr Ftinrt-h in city aud j Tom. Fontelft, and left for Btar valley. Jlri [Ljlbaii Ru-well 5 cc-ut cigars at Ander- awK.iopa.iiwd tb.ia. fmj )uift nkirts ,n.d i wrapjitrn at Whittier Co'.s. I Will hitve iti ft line of chil'leuu'a trim- taken. The )Mt tin- mud to the lirirt of ueit week. K, U. From July ist until July ioth I will Mil JEWELRY AT COST, and Candy from from isc a pound up FIREWORKS AT COST I am CLOSING OUT thia line of and want the room. MUST bE SOLDI Wow your chance for at of i th but yet nuth-1 that iuu Uic tic unique tory of mutlicme. by Ix'ine BO uniformly ruccc-ssful In caring thone dUeascs. cno of tlis of trouble uljofXnesa of breath. Wheth- er It r-anoi '-1 n. result of wall.Ins or runn.nB up j'ttiir'. nt otlif-r If the l.cnrt unabU tr, meet this exlr.1 dolna ,d i.p'in i'i 'jnipl.iK 1.1 T.ita it. Ti'.fi i you <1o, tr- to taLc Dr. Kuw Heart It v.i.I go to the founiJaLIrif. of tl.e trou- tjlL-, r.nil make ft. wsnaot cure by fit cngtlioninK nvl rcncAi.ij the nfrvt? U'jow NPW dirij H a fjie Tor it nuniln-r of finfn i ruitciinl fiom "I IH, ami pains tnv I'll rnuritliH .it a tlmn I voul'l unible 1" I.-. r-n my nnn if 1 liy ri.u "i M'Jt i.ould ciriijllicr A frl nd JJr. Miltx II'irt In inrirtKrtiHfX Sh- tmit awl r.if- at ww k Mr. t Mr k at thw il mil a btit Screen Doors! Lallattn in Uii I' >.y A -1 tb'- j-nl'lu in Mr ao an1 will K f'n.r.'l at Inn at all i.j CH yonr tew tout >X >rc ia (Mi We have received a Ship- ment of attractive screen In different Let fit you out. The arc right. SHEEP AND Gorton's Supply Store Brunch nt north f 'r Robinson ompany JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI
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