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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho                               S- The Soda Springs Chieftain. to TIM Ckteftala. VOLUME V. SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK COUNTY. IDAHO, AUGUST 11, 1904. 24. W 1 vf th. I AI w-k u I I I II fl I S i LtfWrLsU i Mdvietaur Watch for tens fop the Big Ball Game In a few days. M. T. Murphy was np from Alexander tixl.iy on business. George Sherrard and wife came in Monday from Ogden. K D. Robinson was business visitor 'tu Monday last from Grace. Last mg-lit's rain was accompanied by jjletity of thunder and lightning. Frank Cameron and wife eipect to e tomorrow for Denver, Colo. Several large trains of sheep hare fed at this station the past week. Miss Carrie Ruud is in the city from Oentile VjiHey visiting her cousin. Miss. Mattie fi'iud. The ball game at Eight Mile last Sun- day resulted in farorof Jnniors with score of to Ifl. Mrs Jnlui Ketley went to Montpelier last Prid'ar" morning on business, re- turning ia the afternoon. The mlphnr works started one retort yesterdar and expect t-n haw everything in full biatit in a day or two W. A Henderson lias the contract for the ore from the mine to the sulphur works and bpgsut' work yester- day. Mrs. J. P. Smith is enjoying a visit from her niotker. Mrs. Went, and mater, Mrs Oliver, aiwl Mrs Campbell, all of American F. M. Merrell aud daughters. Mrs Lock and Miss Veen, departed last Mou- d-ty tnoriuiig for Btadkfoat and Idaho going W. H Hillman, deptrty asseswr, and friend returned tn kis home at Lava lust Monday after n- few days spent hunting aud limbing in thin part of the John and David .Tones and their noun H. Audersou last Monday. Tkpy were here froia valley looking after their sheep interests Cbas. Miller, treasurer of Copper Mining Oouspany, and -trIftr'rf'erP'lU'Triwa teft that Afternoon for and Idaho A N, Salisbury, wife and lefttiis morning for New York Mills. N. Y., where they will visit relatives. They will take in the St. Louis exposition cnroute. A game of base haU WM played at Orays last Saturday between the sheep- men tui rauchiueu of that vicinity, re. milting in 3 of it to S in. favor ot Hie Mrs. W. A. Hendenon is enjoying a ARTtaiAH WILLS AT TBB OTLFBUK MIRS. Two ttw Flowing WelU Struck Witt Diamond Drilti at a Depth 200 FMt. For some time the Sulphur Company has had a diamond drill at work on their ground prospecting for ore at a depth and in two instances have encountered water at a depth of 300 feet that flowa to the surface. The water is perfectly pure and and in being used for do- mestic purposes. This discovery in or may prove of great importance to the people of this vicinity, as it would seem to indicate that like could be had throughout thp val- ley The sulphur mines arc much higher than the land surrounding this city and drilling here may produce wells with the same quality of -water and a greater flow. It is a matter that should be investigated by the citizens aud at loast one prospect well put down. Local Notes. Nineteen cars of wethers belonging to Wilson Bros, of Murphy were reloaded here last Tuesday after having been fed in transit. L P Johnson shipped five cars of lambs to Chicago last Thursday to be sold by Clay, Robinson Co. "Wiggles-worth ot Kansas City has been buying sheep for shipment to the eastern market and lust Monday loaded nineteen cuts as follows; 10 cars of winter lambs purchased of Johti Houtz; 4 cars purchased of Thus drivers, 3cars pnrchnsed of the Jensen Sheep Co., and 2 cars purchased of Mr Peterson of the Grays Luke Andrew Swenscu cmsiguert three cars of inixod stuff to Clay. Robmaoii Co. last Tuesday. C. P Groat purchased three cars of ewes and wethers from Jiw Nelson and the Stockings Bros shipping the same to market last Tuesday. H. F. Haskiut shipped five cars of winter with a very few old sheep on Saturday lasf. COMMUNICATED! The postpont-d picnic of the Presby- torwui Sunday School was held at the H-mf" OtouucU last Thursday, alteration. When upwards sixty children and gathered to continue the sportu, which wero i-nt short by the storm on the previous occasion. There was u nice programme of songs and rH'itaiioiis rendered, followed by foot raced for the boys nnd girls, which resulted in some t-.low contents and luts of amusement. The sports were ended by a spirited of basa ball between the boys and in which the girls catnc out winners with a score of fifteen to twenty. After thi- ball gnine the crowd gather- Tisit from her sister, HIM J. Steyeusou ed once more at the Matise Grounds aud 4it Logan. The youug lady is one of the partook of a bumptous repast the ladies Itlupuone operators Lu that city and ar- in Soda last Friday. Etv. Wm. Eadie will hold at Lago Suudjiy noniing at 11 o'rlm-k And in this city in the ereoiuK- Sunday achool at tke usual komr. Lwgil- Usre will sing at the evening service. W. B. Lewis, vke preHideiit aud maaager of the Western .Sulphur in >Mt Saturday froui Denver, Colo., aad is taking notes uf the work in progress at ttoo sulphur and will tterioiu railroad wrecks seldom oocnr j H in Mountaiiu, bat when aius doen i curae it up for Last time, an deticad ky Ulo trbicii occiurod on the Drarer 4e Bio Grande in last Monday I buuiij dejMirU'd on i for St tu in Cliarlty will rt-; a mwith, Imt Mrs. DeWitt'. had prepared. to their After which all retained tired and happy. PHOGHAM for tie Conjoint ot Y, L Y. X. M. I. A. For Sunday, August 14, 1904. i Address................T. A. Clawson ,-iong.................Samuel Hopkins Literary Rose Scientific Progress..........H. M Ltiu Duett.....Enraiii Bund aud SelmaFryar Heastou S ,C. E. Rose Superintendent Mat-key reports that reward of 110.00 offend for May information that wiB lead to the arrMt and conviction of aoy party or jMtrtlM gnilty of tampering with the Natural Mineral Water main. KATTTRAL MINKRAL WATXR Co. excursion to PocaUllo. A rate of one the round trip has been made to Pocatello and return for the following occasions; Street Fair and Carnival, Aug. 8 to 18 inclusive; Singling Bros'. Circus, Aug. 13, and the L. D. 8. District Conference, Aug. 18 and 14. Tickets will be on gale Aug. 13 and 13 with ftnal limit to return Aug ID.________________ World's Fair A rate of has been made from, Soda Springs and return for the World's Fair, St. Louis, over direct routes and limited to return ninety days from date of sale, but in no case later than Decem- ber 15, 1904. Tickets to be on sale on Tuesday of each week from May to September 19th; going passage to begin on date of sale 200 pairs of shoes, broken lino, mostly large sizes, at cost or less. Whittier Co. FOP Star Restaurant. For particulars inquire of Mrs. Emma Ruud 21tf Little Tom. Fontela, Confidence and Lillian Russell 5 cent cigars at Ander- son's Drug Store. Fine line of ladies' waists, skirts and wrappers at Whittier Co's The fimth Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch, insignifi- cant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penally. It is wise to have Buck- len's Arnica Salve ever handy. It's the best salve on earth and will prevent fatality, when burns, sores, ulcers and piles threaten. Only 23c at Anderson's Drug Store. Old newspapers for sale at this office 2-3 cents per hundred. Fishermen, call at EM. Merrells and see the fine line of fishing tackle If you -want a carload, wagonload or a bushpl of fresh very on the market for all kindf rit you can get it of Lundgreu St Anderson, Lund, Idaho Shipping station At Ban- croft. Idaho. Sulphur candles. Blue Vitrol, Wool, Tar. Toilet and Washing Soaps at An- derson's Drug Store. Our stock of new shown have arrived, i Call and see them. Star brand are better. End to It AIL A grevious wail of times comes as A result of unbearable pui u from overtaxed organs Dizziness, bnckache, liver com- plaint >ind cotwtipction. But thanks to Dr. King's New Life Pills they put an end to it all. They are gentje but thor- ough. Try them. Only 23r. Guaranteed by Anderson's Drug Store. Desk blotters at this office. H ELLOTCENTRAL" is the call for toilet soaps, stationery, candy, green vegetables, crepe and tissue paper, etc Pnreolivcoil at Anderson's DmgStore. Herbert Spencer and Tom Moore dgan :j for a quarter at Anderson's Drugstore. BisMll carpet and iron bed- at cost at the Williams Mercantile Co i End ot Bttttr FifhC "Two had a long and stub- born fight with an abcew ou my right IUDK'writes J, F. Hughes of DuPout. Ga. gave me up. Every body thought my tine had come. As a resort I tried Dr. New Discovery for Consump- tion. The benefit I received strik- ing and I was un my feet in a few flays. Now I've entirely regained my health." It conquers all coughs, colds and throat, and long trouble. Guaranteed by An-1 i rlereon's'Drnjr Store. j Trial free. I All summer dress good reduced from f 1 to 5 at C. Or. Full line of new gloves of every dee- cription at Whittier'g, One-fourth off on all vhirt at C. G. Rose's. C. G. ROSE General Merchandise Fresh Groceries Mtaek of .Summer Uvodi, Sfclrt Wiwh Oaodik Latent In IjnttoiT Crochet Silk In nil and Our line of dim- mer ffotxiii afi aud as ran be found, lie unrn to tbcm. t T. S. WILLIAMS. WIHIamsbdrg, Idaho. Our Steam Sheep Dip is in First- Class Condition; We Hare Wew Kiln of Lime, and are Prepared to Handle this Business to the Satisfaction of all. PLENTY OF GOOD FEED. We Keep a Complete Line of Stockmen'a Supplies Always on Hand. Everything First-Class C. C. He Witt tie tum in will stay itvat in Frod by win- and son were tin- of a stx- wtre of feet J. W. JjK-kwm. who tiM vinituif her T. S. aud wite. fora Tuw-   of f'jr a Mr tnp tt DfWiU vili io bom-; At i'. for Dr-ntct. irknr will "t Mercy h.nj. aud during ttte past week someone has been j Mineral W'awr Company and. as will be >y the reward elsewhere in it SUf- thu dAuiagu done. It would aud all utbcrH cnald (iii'l euipluymenl than that at destroying property. A. P. Lau. Misses Anna aiid Dr. T. Clawson and family M..L- trip to Grand Canvn on the Suake river. 'nfJTt m very pleasant trip with of '-kirkf ni fsh their rn-d- it. The Chieftain rfftnrni tf.i the party for trrat of each Word has been here Uitlir Johu llK-belscni. fornn-r PrcdbyU-'riaa cbunh rity, and family are to Silt Lake City in about two and will located in Virginia. Tbiir in Sudt wisb in DOW bouic. woo lu Snbwrilw for THE The W0t Hue at men clotbiug in town WUittiw'n. Hidct Highemt price paid, fur all kiudu j of pfltii and furs. Kattrben hav- for sale please ncml word to W. B. Bergman. Boi Montpelier, Idaho. ForFain Take a Pr. Anti-Pain Pill, and the Pain will dis- appear Lifte Magic. Not by parahzmz and eUnds. opium, morphine, cocaine, end other dangerous tiut In- creasing the natural secretions. This action is obtained es a rosult of modern discoveries in medicine, maklne it possible to palu bad after-cftccts. Tou can safely depend upon Br. Anti-Pain T.Us to relive tnd cure pucli paitts ad Ncursljjla, IlcaUacho, Stoinacli- ache, llcnntrual Toothache, etc. Tiioy niw, bj their t-almins net- Ion on tho r.crvca. rlmost rc- dtstrcanlng feelings On Dli- zlneas, Car-Sickness, Ind-seatjonj Irrt- tdbllity, eiccplCKinfjr, NcrvouKnci-s, etc, Kot merely do they relieve, but they alfo alwolgtcJy euro, becauxo by perse- vering in their vow da away with CIIUM. J5r. M.lr-i1 Anti-Pain Pills (ruar- that Orst paduco Will benefit, or j-oir money -tuck. Kcvcr sold In bulk. "I jam thnnkful ffit tho Anti-1'.iln Fills uni catng me. Ever since tl.e war 1 liai spclln fit tlimbLin; hcad- caused by cat rrh, urul c.'x yart ngf, I baton AsU-ra.n only th'it relief. nwn I have not li.-xl oi hart attack, fcecau-9 I t-k" J'lU nrm It Inl. to us for r-'o O of Dr. Milu' Antl- PUIt, tto UtJcnt f.c for Pain. Atoo Symptom OLT Cptclaiht vnur t'H jot what it wrons. -intl I tirfht It, DTC M1U53 MKUir.vi. CO STOCK EXCHANGE C. T. WOODALt, BOX, JTrcp First-Class Bar and Club Booms Livery. Feed and Sale StaMe for Stockmen, ToniftU CoBHaenrlm Tnntsra. fltaf for Chuh WHJAO, unit Homuw Hotel at 8 A X. Soda Springs, Idaho THKO. TUBXEK A' FRKO. U. CJ.LDWCIX. DANNOCK ABSTRACT Uo, Pocatello, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ABST1ACTS ANB Laid Entries, Rial Proofs, CONVEYANCING J Cmtests, Etc., Attended A SPECIALTY. Io PrMiptij. HKANCir OFFICE WU1 Annnut 1C. 13. Md ITT, Williams Hotel MRS. ANNA C. WETZEL, Best Arranged Family Hotel in the City. Mineral Springs on the Grounds. Two Blocks from Depot Rates Reasonable Soda Springs, Idaho CHRIS. A. LALLATIN FISH, BUTTER, POULTRY and CHBE8C Vegetables in Season of Cask OPPOSITE W. K. E. DErOT. HOIM. apMIHH. IDsUHD It's Up to Yon Now! BREWERY'S PHOTO STUDIO is open for several -weeks more. Come before the teoAon is over and ftt the best photograph to be had. DO HOT BE TOO LATE.. H. DRBWERY M.P.HANSON Blank aotM. mining bUnko. bwkcaad oflke. HAH A -SHEEP DIP In IUCPT OS HAKU. Fine conuBercial priBtiif atCtatvfMn offiee. Priow right on M'nulay SKIRTS! We have just received a shipment of Ladies' Walking Skirts in the Latest Styles and Patterns. Call and see them, They are Fine, Prices to time to ,.w Uj. tx-rau- of Idafco. M) Ofx far A at AurtcrwrnV drna; wu-r': will jr> t-ntimi to vitul cjcih 'ami woff of s Gorton's Supply Store Br.i. h INSURE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES SHEEP AND them Clay, Robinson Company StocK CommlMloa So. 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