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Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho The Soa SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK COUNTY. IDAHO. AUGUST 25, 1904. I LOCAL I tote Kprtagn 5 udVletaltr Agent Stractmn has been on the nick IM port of thin week. Thu latest joke In Soda in: "Did the tiiUlioimire buy you outV DKU MniliuK countenance VM Men in Soda laat Monday. Caw haw been wftrcc the and have hud to wait their of who been attending the iustitate. departed yester- day for thHr hoinwi. W. Alexander and wifr aro in the t-ity from Independence. Mo., visiting C. T. WoocUll and family Chieftain pnah is drinking Idaiiha mineral water, a treat from Xackey of the bottling worlcs. Edna Bell, who has visit Inn friends In Pocatello for BOIUO time part, returned home yesterday. Tbfe Sodit and a teain from 'Eight Mile played ball liere last SuiuHy afternoon, the fanner winning. Last Satnrday and Sunday nights rather ice appearing on tubs, etc-., that wore out doors Snndny moni- W. C. Davia and wife and son. "W. J. Davis, itnd family returned Satur- day from a mouth's cutting in Yellow- park. The Nettie, Dora and Virginia Pratt and Mwy and Cofcu the KiieeU of Miss Etutua Davis Ust t. T. Williams is the proud father of ft new girl, who arrired yesterday morn- tatf at 4 o'clock. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. Grandma Cross. Mrs.- William's mother, in here from Wyom- ing looking after the welfare of the [Other aud baby. John Q. Critchlow of Salt Lake City, who has purchased the stock of the Willianw Mercantile Co.. is here ar- ranging for the closing out of the entire stock, us this fiitn it going out of busi- ness. Their ud appeari elsewhere in thin issue and they expect to dispose of tins stock within two weeks. The ball game of last Wednesday was being discussed on the street the other day and when the score was mentioned, one of our from the conutry re- moved the oat straw from between his molars and said: I don't think that was a Rood game at nil! Why, when play out at Mink Creek we make from twenty-five to thirty on each A partj' composed of J. J. and Lillie Call, Abe C. A'iderson, wife and sister, Mrs. Louis Westrom. Peter and Neils Anderson visited Mt. Sherman last Sun- day and succeeded in driving to the top. This is thought to be the first time any one has ever succeeded in driving teams to the top of th.it peak, but since they discovered a pretty good route, others will follow. Another blacksmith blew into this city H few days ugo, got :i job and last Saturday smewoded in getting the price of ;i new suit of clothes advanced. The clothes were bought aud he proceeded to fill up on bug jniw and when told on Monday morning that be would have to go i.'j work, hit the trail for ww fields of WHS overtjken and made to hnnd over tbe It is ;i corunua thing ii hear visitors from the otitoido say. "My1 nuat fine place c v.tld 1w mnde of Soda if the town only fcred up a little and tlio springs made It seems with thefcrmPrN rather tiiat lhoM from tbf si do can what would come m trie fu- Hubwoi. and wife, at tnfe froin ft p in fch-j righi. direction, mid homu fuller will stay here j ear cju- and lot things no on wr.auat any effort wiird .id CLOSING OUT SALE The Entire Stock of Merchandise, Store Fixtures, Etc., of THE WILLIAMS MERCANTILE CO., of Soda Springs and Willlamtburg, Idaho, will be sold AT ONCE, Regardless of Cost. The Sale Will Commence on Saturday, August 2T, 1904, AT THE OLD EQCKj STORE. The Stock Consists of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE, and GENT'S FUR- NISHINGS. Come Early and Set Your Choice! The stock and fixtures MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE, as they are Positively Going Out of Mww Dnynes retnrnod to lirr liouw nt Salt Luke Cil> taut Tuesday, after sin extended -sojourn ifi llii" city. and tvifu of KaltLilte City wife, Alexander. Mr. eA-attonify funeral of ftate, npiMit rt jwrt of the wcvkhere, mineral fur the fit i if health. C. district manner for Che telepliuiw and Mr. were fttitu afternoon. (-IHK- xhnji hero for thefiimt t-iirh' left thif, moruiiig Halt Luke will luok up A new location. A IKIV by name of 1o s ana act. C. E. Sraiabrook and wife CIHUC in yustc-rd: y fpim the e.ist tbu Jioue of the Uitcr'n piirciita, CJ. H. QtuHv.it and Tfifr, Iwigin. M P. H.mc'-a v'.ti- were inrii.fur- idsy from Mhig-cra-k and tln.'ir II wlint I'll. will your till ts wrfinc. ti >w rltfht It, of t Whltf uku'.i alnl i CoV. 'I'I A OV.T Art. J Ihuitul to tiljut th, t on in Dr lo wirt 2' yt Kw d t hKwwn T A th- Kt-rrctlV Tlw Dwth 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 J) B in4fH will jHii Hm-k- in Gorton's Supply Store T1IEO. TfKWKR n FKBU. G. CAL0WBIJU A C DANNOCK ABSTRACT uo. Pocatello, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ABSTRACTS AND I Laid Entries, Fiial torts, CONVEYANCING J Contests, Etc., AttetW A SPECIALTY. J to Promptly. MKAXCH OPPICK Will He Open 13, Williams Hotel MRS. ANNA C. WETZBL, Proprl.tw Best Arranged Family Hotel in the City. Mineral Springs on the Grounds. Two Blocks from Depot t Bates Reasonable Soda Springs, Idaho CHRIS. A, LALLATIN Fresh and Salt Meats BUTTER, BGG6, POULTRY CHfiEBfi Vegetables in fir A Portln t O. K. OKI'OT, MODA STltlXaM, IDAHO It's Up to Yon New! I P. HANSON DREWERY'S PHOTO STUDIO is open for several j weeks more. Come before i the season is over and get j the beat photograph workj to be had. DO HOT BEj TOO j H. DRBWBBY i Of Muff 1L4J) A FlttMT-CUUV 'SHEEP DIP 13 Ixiiui JUlM EMt MKO1CIXK KEPT OX Blank rswipt and wurraty dwU ftt office. Fine commercial printing at CUMMhi office. am nghL STOCKWEN1 INSURE; HIGHEST MARKET PRICES For Your V SHEEP AND CATTLE Clay, Robinson Company Chicago Sioux City Kansas City StocK CommlMion South Omaha So. St. Joteph Denver C.
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