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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho Soda -v> VOLUME V. SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK OO0NTY, IDAHO, AUGUST 18, 1994. His Millions Exist Only In His Imagination. CONFESS TO ALL IN DENVER, Was Capable of Writing n. Fine Hand and Wanted Money. Frank Cameron, the erstwhile multi-millionaire, who blew into this city last May looking for a j repre-vntiiiK Herman was made up of plaj PM from Idaho F.ills and Herman and tliut ivprfseutiiig Soda of players from SuiitbfleM anil Soda Springs Hornet hiiisj over changed hands on The scoro v, as t to 7 in or of the Soda team and the line-up and score 05 is (riven below The periods and cipher represent tlio'i- put out on bases And periods tilone those left tin THE BALL GAMES. Two Unusually Interesting Games Delight the Crowds. THE SECOND GAMK A MARVEL For Correct Playing end Closeness, n flgs With a Score of Only Two to One. Rer. Eadie will conduct the vwual ser- vice at thv Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening and trill preach at Eight Mile in the afternoon. 110.00 ii offered fur information that will lead to the arrest uud conviction of any party or nartiw jrailty of tampering the Natnral Mineral Watw Go's, main NATURAL MINERAL WATER Co. New nncl up-to-date of Idaho, L'.'I cti. at Anderson's drug store. Whittier Co. wish to call your at- job and who recently papers to show that he hud fallen hi-ir to iv fortune of several mil- Hun dollars from a rich uncle in Scotland, has come to grief and is now in jail at Denver. Colo Ileibert Horsley. who wont to Dent er with Cameron, returned today with Mrs. Cameron, and st'ys that when pinned down to the scratch Cameron confessed that the whole thing was a fraud from to end. that he wrote the whole correspondence ho uus showing while heie. us well as the checks, cubit-grams, etc. Cameron's writing, when done in public while here, was very poor and laborious, but that ho was capable writing a fine hand and. in fact, the one in letter.-, lie had wore vntten, w.i-5 demonstrated in Denver. buicrul peoi'lu here are minus "v ii ious sums a icsult of ruis jilac-ed confidence, and it is uo.v up to them to have him brought b.tcli and sent over tin- fund lor a it-mi of years, as he richly tie- Stl Laat Tuesday's ball jcnim- brought a teution to a fine new line of men H and crowd to Soda and till took ft lively 'boys' clothing they have just received und are offering at very low prices. World's Fair LowU. A rate of 50 has been iniirtp from Soda Springs und return for the World's Fair, St Louis, over direct routes and limited to returu ninety davs from date of sale, but in no case later than Decem- ber IB. 1W1. Tickets to be ou sale on Tuesday of each week from May to September 19th, going passage to begin on date of sale. interest in the game, which win closely contested by both sides. Some pretty plays were made by both teams and the game was well worth seeing. The team F.ilK-Hf-rui m Wilson, ss Do.in, ind b VVtuly. c Hall, pitcher Knijrh! rf Clapp, If 1st b Tingey. 1 Hai.sou. i-t "Total-. SuutUJii'ld-Sod.i Nelson, sw Hansey. Hrd b Dona, cntuhttr Wolf. Ut b Ewiujc. her i 0 U I) A -1 0 I) I 0 tt 0 J 4 .1.0 789 10! i! l, 6, lit If "i cl it ,1, 0 i u u 0 ,0 I) 1 a o i i 200 pairs of shoes, broken line, mostly large sizes, at cost or less. Whittier Co. FOR SAM TV Stnr llestanr.int For purticnliira inquire of Mrs. Emma Ruud attf Little Tom. Fontela. Confidence and Lillian Russell o cent cigars at Auder- sou's Druir Store. uho lun -.ciMiut '.Vest. und u a UMUUMI visitor from Henry lant I'lu.'ii Allftop 'A.tH a 'iLuuhtr hint Mou'lnj. H. W.JtcaUfi. who itf Mork'iiu; iit tho Co ntuit., ii.tt, been 1 nick with (juniHy. J.il.n the gonUeami bwu nick ttt the iduuim w itu pi, if I in punt UK uud will utiu will bu A xuud tiling for nijitty, uud tli.Miti wbu hiivu tat Mli.nild rtsui'UiUttr thttt Ml'ii un ill wind etc i-fiivge lltireinoji Mid ri-turneil liiot uitir.iiikK fmiu their iryj l-n tliB YelloW'-liJi.i1 ivik mid I'-jHirt Jijiou "tlUti1 A mini who i.i working fur Irv lillil U.i; luiifaj I Iv fc'ei lnuuit with the buy fork uuU A cut (lit- cliin. The rrowil tliwl went U> Ix.Ht Sanduy ufturiKxin tlnl nn! to gu in bittli, UM tin flirt worl: very Cameron nud wife auil tferliiTt Jiift lu.st Friday uftcnionii fur vtiioru Mr. C'.iuieroii wriit i4> Imik into the jmrticulunt nf Vhc rucmitly ivft t-i yui, hiu Wolt.'tut b it U referring ''lf nc.t wbcu Jic Sevwr.il nt the were slightly hurt uniiK and L H Mwriott wi 1 i c irrv a hand lor tuttiu tiiuu us the rettult nf r.itchniK H Itull wLile playing His lutnd wns split ulmufc Kit inch ftrst and tiih, pinup wtu tnkmi by A twwwl KHtno was plnywl yesterday tx-tweeu (he sajjie teaus resulting sn of Mrriuiin by u score of 1, btiibbornly c mid not have Itevn pUyi-d leagut pluyera. TAw H'-nainu Uuim secured one run in fourlh and one in the sc jrj uluiulius at tli.it point until the luitt half of the tweittii, Heruiftii ajfurwl another ran. Every wlajer on Iwith siiles entitled to the prniM! and nil have good to tic proud of thtir woik. H be a loittf tiuie bi fort1 two intir- ar.- pl.iyed in fe Following; it tJu- wore ot Fine line of ladies' waists, skirts and wrappers at Whittier Co s The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Thus .1 mere scratch. insifrniS- CM ut or punv Ixjils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Buok- len's ArniCii Halve ever handy. It's the salve on earth und tvill prevent t'atHhty. bjirns, ulcers and piles threaten. Only 2Jc at Anderson's Store. __ _ _ Old for sale nt this ofSce M cents per huntlivd Fishermen, call nt E4l, Merrclls see the fine line of fishing tackle. If you want u carload, WHgonload or a bushel ot fresh lime --The very test or. the market for all kiudf of work- viii can it of Lundgren 4 Anderson, Lund. Idaho, Shipping .station at 1 1 oft. Idaho. __ Snlphnr candli-x. Blni; Vitrol, Wool. Tar. Toilifc aud Wosluiig yoaps at An- derson's Drug; Storo. All mmmer drew food reduced from O. RotHfi. Fall Bae of new gloves evwrr den- crtptionatWhittier's. Oae-fotuth off on all shirt wairta at C. a C. G. ROSE General Merchandise of stUHturr Wtwk Latent Mtylw In CTorllrt Mlk In nil uud line of Hum- mer Kooda BH and nottt an fun be found. 15r J to tff them, t T. H. WILLIAMS, Oar Sheep Dip is in First- Clan Condition; We Have New Xfla 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's Supplies Always en Hand. EverytUqg First-lass Onr Call and nee the of ntwr have on End to It All. A previous siftiuifs comes ni 11 ble piiiu overtaxwl organs Imctache. liver cotu- plaitit and constipation. But thanks to Dr King's New Pills they put HI; end to it nit. are gentle but thor- outh. Try th-m. Only SMe. Uutirautvud liy Andcrb'ju'o Drug Store.; Disk blotters trt thu "HELLO CENTRAL" is the for toilet no.ips, Htationery, cuudv, ffrct-n and IHSIIC pnper. eh Pure olrve oil tit Anderson s Di a Id.iliu Hi rruun 1 i 1 u! I .0 ,01 Kt b 0 Winou, Slid Hull, Alilln, HI in 8 W j 0 I VVYst, cf Ivunrlil, rf UiHIHt'U, If Total (I ti I 0 U' L II' 0 Si' -nd b .tril b I hi IJjJS 11 M i-w tbt-i rf iiUl fmir uv" ii, ..ii (i i 'I'd1 l> O it! in i IL.Ul' I I i Kpencur and Tom tor u qiiitrtec at Auilerinn Dru ;biori' carpet and iron Vicd- sit cost the WilliHiii'tMiircaiitiL' Co.________________ En4 of Bttter Pigbt. "Two had a anrttiftib-' bom light with un iilK-OHH OH niy lunic" writm J F.HuKhfNuf Dnl'nnt. "mid KHV.- uieup.Everyixxly thtintrhtmy liuii- luid come. An a jiwt I trieil Dr for Coti'iiimp-' tiuii. The tN'ticii I n-c'eintl wan nl-rik-] iiijt and I oti my twt in n days I Now I've ttitirely my health It wnqniTH mid throat t limy Onnfrtitteeil by An- No One But Yourself if You Don't Get Well When SicH. All we cnn do U five Of rourtd cany. But our adilce In really worth a lltUa wore to rau .Tl.au most for ctltT to (Ive you the first bottle of OUT UiiHlirino froo, It it falla to help you. We could not to do- our mcJlcino eootl. Kiioh an on tlio wrong kind ul mtdli.lne, would put a merchant prince in the poor houftc. Dr. Kllco' liowc-vcr, us of experience jirovuJ. li< A -medi- cine that cures tho sink. Thoiio whom ii one In ten o ftuttir to r< fund money. All wo o.'k ot yon lit to try Dr, HcntoratlVc JCcnlne for ynur compLiint. If you Buffer (rum UITVOUB txlicuntlun, dlizlncf.H. l.railut.ho, mus- culcr twitohlagj, IOXH uf im-mory, weak itumai'ii, blobd. bilious trouliloti, y, t'l. Yitus' etc., wo eu.u-uitoo to bor.eCt you or refund your money. You doctor. "Mr In 17lh kilbjput to attacks of 5 A STOCK EXCHANGE V. T. WOOUALI, Livery. Feed and Sale stable fur HtocknMn. Tourlnto mill CnmMrrrUl fur llrnrr. <'hnh Hpring-R, Wa.ran. Hvttnmm InVn Motel at t) A M. Onlly Kxrvpt IsutwUf. RATES REASONABLE Soda Springs, Idaho TMEU. Tl I'. A NNOCK ABSTRACT uo. Pocatello, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ABSTRACTS AM I Entries, Ftat hvofs, i Coitesls, Etc, Attended A SPECIALTY. to PrMptly. HFFIl'K Will OIMA) AuJrnM Williams Hotel C. WETZBU. Best Arranged f amity Hotel In the Ctty. Whwnfl Springs on the Two Blocks from JOtyxtt. Rates Reasonable Soda CHRIS. A. LALUT1N ifinlk for JVmluoe. V. N. Tnul I kfti at Whittior'a for Tui: I'rnKPTAiN. i i in town I liliXiriclnnit lind fulli-d lu rolitvii him, tv, UllW n trial. Tt-ii treatment wltii pnd IJvpr our In JOHN a r Co. Clerk, trillion Co., Mo, It's Up to Yen Now! DUEWERY'S PHOTOl STUDIO is open for several j weeks more. Come before the season is over and get' the best photograph work! to be had. DO NOT BEJ TOO DRRWGRY Of ft FIKttT-CLAHft -8HE5P MP- In I. tt rv Kl SI rrry 1T. '.i fit i.'. ts-lf- nnJ U .n au-J ir rt v Thi- HI wly '-mfiU li- h-.Mui in in i.T-it fcM j. Jiii -if J; j -k< u 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 ii.il i rj: th tit'iui' -Ij
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