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   Soda Springs Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1904, Soda Springs, Idaho                               WMSS v da ta 1.M tduka Chtoftaia. VOLUME V. SODA SPRINGS, BANNOCK COUNTS. IDAHO, SEPTEMBER 8, 1904. LOCAL Nciwioftbc u and Vicinity AVm Bjt'rly :UK] -wife -were isitoi-, Irmu Cliub Springs on Saturday list _ J H Sdmiidt was in from Henry Si't.inhj to attend to tniHitiu-i jii.it-tei and t.ike in lodge L in v.ill loavp itur- foi Lii-v.i, she will begin teaching Kfhool oil Monduv. Dout day) night The big ball games, which L. 6. Mar- riott find others worked so hard to bring to Soda, u-e played at Idaho Falls last Sunday and Mouduj Idaho Falls 011 the Sunday pame with a score of to Simthfield'B 2 Monday's (jaine also re- sulted in furor of Idaho Fulls with a .scoie of (5 to Z. Chris Pantinj? ratnrnod last Sunday from Dempsey. whero he was culled by the death of bib Orriu Bell. The youiijj ui in ami his brother wore 1-uttiug tiinber and he caught under one of tilt1 trees, di-uth hiDK Thef-ioeiul held from las t.ithc: s residence last They're ttg Fast! Scmc'S Merrill. bud nuin from Af- i i iiu ilULIl ITQul t forget the dance tomorrow (Fii- 'tou- Carted in Tmwluy evening ioclpaii iglit at Frynt s Hall. Music bf out the ton n and stinck the fitst Oicheitra ''Jfuff _edt breiik lis ai.idc. HP laid m i.ul that (George E Ford, of the Ban- nock Natitniul Bank of Pocatello was a visitor ui this city 3.11! grin n u night itli a soie hsiul and iniiiiiiiatli fine and srnt out of town on j No C It leported that he has prom- ised to rotnrn with his partner and do the -job up A tf lephrae atation has been put at L -sissa; MrKellav. traveling freight tolleywiiiff vounjc incm tor flic Chicago -Milwauicpp d-rit Geoige Goiroit Slraeban, r.iui ivwhoad caric in Tiiesmn Jiom E'shuan C' Oiutitll and I Chi is V, u  itj rv> Fi.ink Hwjhey v iUlilY J.J.l-1-.nf ILir 1-11 J ue-Sda> are ne rw'lll( ,-ltended lift wint'i, but ill fie other) Come Early and Get Your Choice! loi Another fcolici'oi of Guillen Souu 1 is: tieia and (Ait la- juire, ;ii took no uu tl, 3 011CJ 111 Mrs ,7a-j Bell wap a tfpr on tlii1 bound tuin TUPMI.JV ,it- i-i noon ami will mends m that y hn a leu d us Reso'uticcs. h.i' rome Anun-- Harrison through the recc.it duith ol hit brother, Jose Ihuretot" b Md nnd inonru in in their lom and be ii further ._.------ It I Intioii'j bo si'nt to Soda Spriiifs largp sizes, Chiffrain for pnWicanoii n j------------- tent to Bintler ;uid sjsttr Hmrisitil Sulphur candles, Bine Vitrol, WtwL ---___ f 41 _ i. .1 The 11 -w i.-.mi of t'ui u.i 200 tjftir. of brokeri.lino, eMTIjr New and up-to-date maps o cts at Anderson's elms store Fall line of now urinal, I'lnr-h Likes w.itei K iao iu die I'.niAi ''M 1 K mi Jftioii Kr.'.r: c i Tnr, Toilet und Washing Hoaps at d in FneurHnr, dwion s Dniff Store. Conjiiittec Ii. Tjiuiu m ooda ra- hoiai Jruui a trip to J j Iho J1 uatolio ince of inst Tnur He io (HKc Lhc u, .'di- Miirrivof' Our stiyte of shoes have arrirflfl. Ctill .uid see bitter Star bran BoyU Wild Ejde For Lite, Witli f.umly around son riding tor hfe. 18 io itiKc Lhc L. ml, u, di- s tliHi .1 Miirriv of lintip f.umly around expfotibK hhft In boiue Is i'd ln-t i ilfi-q-u "in Ku-st NaMonnl A rwlnig tor hfe. 18 ffliletto T Cukill i-m FrHiMvo to D L ami L L Df i New DJW mry for .Ts 'IJwins D w s  L ''Ut this woadt-iful inedi- J N Trt-l.iuft, ivlief and won otrrcd Ifilllll'll to UttL IHJLIL r.Jief and  d ['fove its Idaho, bank if jil.uktoof thf ]J W tl'jua' arid (Toublf, Kl M and bank thf W l "ijua' ,ma trDUhlo. t Sfi H i iMnk M yue, And oo T- n nt A'buri., DnijtStods _ 1 i L i i "r- i __ in the wHH Jrieu. H UiVf i tf unic V il an J T P il fo infiiu'- tp i i.iLf LI.J nt cu ij le if hfttiV t i uui.c I'-'Kat.'li) b.mk th viiti. mi -1 in1 of ihc i j Little'J'oui, Fniiteift. (Jouhdc'iicf1 ,i. iiii-v. ,.r T I ,Lii'ian (nut n turs at AJ f i u .'i, 1-'" "Vi.'x Moud.r and Andr-i m Store lu fV, "'Vi t. f'inijhh all i VMM tin Uic lui-iil.n I a; plit-, I Tlif IW'jtlllK of M'lotlilllg 'at Whittitr- The -will rs-ccnc Indi for I S4JVS. for ee otc of everv des- cnption at Whithcr's. Fisliermeu, cull nt Ed. Mcrrelld and the fane lino or fishing tackle. Co wich to rail your at- tention to a fane new lino of tnon's und bets'clothing thpy have jast receiicfl and aic offering ,it very low prices. Hprbert Spent b-r and Tom Moore cigars 3 for a (itnuiHra! If you M-ant n cdrloiiu, or a of trc'h very bptrt Ottthe inarkft to? ,i41 kindf ot work- tan it ot Lutidjtren Anderson. Lund, Iditbo. Hlujmi station jit B _____ w, m; ANNOCK ATTRACT Co. Pocatelio, Idaho MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS ABSTRACTS AND LaH Eatries, F2aaf7n.fi, CONVEYANCING Contests, Etc, AtteaM A SPECIALTY. HAXCItOFT BRAXCII OPFICli Will Hf OJM.O iJkL cj.il' _ '1 in: jf. b; the i In n i M' t to Iii 'ind ,ilyr> EVA (JA'IKUON 'li w ire 4Jj.it Mru iK 'J la- ji ,1 1 ;irs r t ;it-. U Alt-sunder unJ v.ift I -ft fur Ibi-i 1 Uif iiKll.il luiiM fu, ;n-i'i.1-ii ir waj tiioiuu-Jil, ,d K TJ Wlni :i.u i i iTt 4i 1 'tV 1 ''J ik'i SIO.IM i rl (t i J ITW rt-ji-.ii.d .jiiii ti' .t .11 Uunr.v mrh j. IIO-HU ..it-r ft- 'tr iinpf tlia' Die hrili r-Mivfi 11 ,t UiiH 'th" Call For Bidt, ,01 J ..ij Bids i1) V 'M-ir. r-d by thfl llwdw- -'_' l.'Ot. io n '-r p'osta and put up H win.- lor J i) i ot.fi uioreor 'v leu f'usui fo b jfiind fret lonff. net rtv-i) ff-i', ID UK- iiml ton win4 ,'ui'l I's f'rniirhcd tbf bn.in! 1 oj.-d n lu by orrI -r'nf tl.i- of thf- Si.dii Idaho K O. VN Ork. M-i IWH. Tf You Waste Your Energy, Xiwhlle You Will :cffer Tor It. iixi Williams Hotel ANNA C. WETZBL, Best Arranged Family Hotel In the City, Mineral Springs en the Grounds. Two Blocks from Depot Rates Reasonable Soda Springs, Idaho CHRIS. A, LALLATIN i rcr.o force by J ftvt I on clf b> hot c.itlnff wni'In-Witlc faliii; lor luarvc.ntn   Whiltifii> d-'-iiifi inuioiircc in laor.'- tb.u Jn-) biit 11 now u-d nig w n-in'W hii he n j.rcjM.r-rt ti h.i.idli all ilia: (tii.'.lli ifr. vt'Linu Ui' bat, nut H >i Ini c oui'f iilt i i ibmy vnwi T '.'ir IwN for' iVfl nwl imnj, i T-. n u Kl! I' It'll ii'H' iiVif n MI 'tin' ,y liii'ln jiii.) c.ti ,iliur j.iniiif All 'Mt'JU.') ll.uV'fli' of W i' Ut'il' "ll' I III tVj'l lllli.l SS ii; J, (tint r Io ih- in C. G. ROSE Genera J Merchandise it' 'i! i .1 ,'n f 'ii] i I'm iid enicl (x.- i ''ji-u i tirnA.li] nnil ton" ilrt n. I i. to iii ikcrx   in if I'M1; iTinti fiflr U.ilf of Hmh In Ibtlti. t.rmilii-t Mlh In nil 4 nl'ir. Oaf Ilif of nr.tn' rurr Jlli IH- 4 ttu-m f tlis I-..IH' j U t It ll IV hLj'ltllt I Jj( j lr, N..IH; '.f AniLi.t.m huincM Tl i i'r'il .'.'u.r niifd f h ;-ri tl ntu.iiii Juil. rr.on j J tirj''.'l.l t', ''M. 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