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   Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho                               The Idanha Chieftain Brmr THCBSDAY nr L. M, WILLKTT. OPPOSITE RAILWAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: t 8u months...................................._ Three so Entered the postoBce at Sodm Springs Idaho, for truwnaJHsion tUrotft) the ma) Is, at er. THUHSBAY. JtrxE IR. 1903. "HAWDS GUARD.' Senator Hanna of Ohio, has a happy faculty of condensing in a few -words the whole import of a political campaign. By the use of this talent ha has been able to furnish the Ohio repub- licans with campaign slogans which have done much to crys- lalize public opinions and inspire the party ranks and so pave the way to victory. In the Ohio State Convention of 1902, his advice to the party to "stand pat" on the tariff at once recognized as summing up in the fewest words the at- titude the republicans should occupy on that question, and it was adopted with enthusiasm and "repeated hundreds of times on the-ciumpand in the newspapers. And it doubtless contributed as much as anything else to se- active in the affairs of the church, ought to be visited with the se- verest penalty of the law. He must be an essential there is need for radical revision of the opinions of many good people regarding the causes of crime. Have not reformers asserted time and again that drinking is the incentive to most of the evil- doing in the world? Have not other good people said thai the tobacco habit is largely respon sible Have for the drinking habit? not still others affirmed that the underlying cause of all crime is irreligion? He is a man asserting himself free from the incentives to criminality which besot the generality of criminals, yet owning to the commission of i criminal act, and endeavoring o make bis exemption from bad labits a reason why he should be tenderly dealt with. The case recalls Abraham Lin- coln's story of the driver who ered him a quid, and to whom he replied, "I never use vhereupon the driver dryly re- )lied: "I've noticed that folks Two hundred and seventy in excess of the number required to nominate are already t pledged to President Roosevelt, in the next National Convention. Because of an error of the en- rolling clerk Arkansas is to lose the benefit of about one hundred new laws. Arkansas ought to! pension that enrolling clerk. Most of the postoffice seekers who have interviewed President Roosevelt have a yellow, bilious, anti-administration taste in their mouths. IN who have no small r have vices gener- -d big ones.'' There is a-possibility that the Indiana man is nut speaking the truth when he claims impecca- bility in so many directions, while admitting that he is a for- Worst of All Experiences. Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will bo your last? Such was the exper- ience of Mrs. S. H. Kewson, De- catur, Ala. "For three she writes, "I endured insuffer- able pain from indigestion, stom- ach and bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed. At length I- was induced to try Elec- tric bitters and the result was miraculous I improved at once and now I'm completely recov- ered." For liver, kidney, stom- ach and bowel troubles Electric Bitters is the only medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed by all deal- ers. curing the 90-165 plurality which _ the republican-ticket receiveTiVftf' rre-adds 16 T-rtTlntww 1-. A 4> C l_ _ Ohio last year. This year Senator Hanna comes forward with a new slogan for his party. In his speech before the Ohio State Convention he ad- Vised the republicans to cry "hands off" to every one who attempted to disturb the present protective policy, the foundation stone of American industrial policy, and upon the republicans themselves he urged as a that they duty the edifice of prosperity which has been erected by time and patience by the blood and sweat of American workingmen. These slogans are already ac cepted in Ohio as the "battle cry" for the immediate campaign of 1903, and "hands off" and "stand guard" will echo from every stump and newspaper in the state during the next five months. "Give us a good cry to go said a government whip to Tiis chief when the English Parlia- ment was dissolved and the "bis I other villainy that of being a Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin. elections were about to begin. Senator Hanna gave the Ohio republicans a good cry when he warned all meddlers with the tariff to keep -hands off" and ad to "stand guard" over that policy. Political forces are readjusted to a greater a lesser extent on the eve of each presidential election. The new alignment of the campaign of 1806 took from the republican party many ad- vocates of the free coinage of silver throughout the west and the issues of the same campaign iato.the-republican'lines many of the gold standard dem- ocrats. At this time the demo- cratic party is being depleted ic the west by the return to the re- publican party of the men who embraced its populistic doctrines, but there are no indications of a return to the democratic party of the man who left that organ- ization upon its surrender to pop- ulistic forces with which they would not affiliate. In other United States Land Oftlce. i Blackfoot. rdabo. May Sfi, 1303.3 N'oticp Is, hereby that Alexander Cunip- bull, of rountv, Idaho, has filed notice of intention to I'mke proof on i his desert-lnnd claim for Lot 3 jinrf fEJiVVf M, Pec. -t, Tp S. S K K bufure Kreri U. CuM-well, t' S rommi'-nH-ner Bunerofi. Idaho, on Suturdiiy. Tlie nth Any of July. 1SC3. He names the following w to piovo the complete Irrlgntion HII.I rerlnmntlon of Innrt: Hopkins John Munts. Edwin M. Merrell, Churls Frvnr, nil of S Idaho. Also, and for Men; and for Boys; and 1.75 for Youths. Ths reputation of L. Douglas shoes for stvlc, comfort, and wear U known everywhere tiiro-jg'.iout Ti ey luve to g.va Uit'.cr satisfaction than oilier demise t'.e stanchrj has s p! ced so high that the wear- ers expect more for their money than they con got elsev.'here. We carry a full line, and can Insure a perfect fit. Inspection invited. P. O. CHRISTENSEN Sole Agent, 233 So. 2nd Ave., Pocatelio. LOKESZO K. THOMAS, Register. OCO1> KABITS BAD man who pleaded to forgery and seeks to ia baa words, the acquisitions of recent years have been so decidedly upon the republican side of the political lines as to leave the democratic party but a weak and vacillating organization, de- pendent almost wholly upon the unreconciled spirit which still dominates politics in tbo south- ern states, for its votes in the electoral college. There are people whose brain fiber is course enough to permit FOB PUBLICATION. Bcpartmoir of the Interior, i Lund Office a: Idaho, Maj Ij, IUU3.J Xotice Is hereby pivcji thst -iliu foDowing- numcd wttlw hn" Ilied notice, of intuiitkm to mote lltr roof (.npjiorl of MM rUirji, tit 'be nAirie Fryd G ('aidweII, 1 K Ciunmi'-siocer (it Unncroft, Idaho, ci> July j WILLIAM i for the SE S, Tf> 6, S R 4-i E. Itc mtmvs the following to his couilnuouc residence upon iind cultivntion of mid Und. viz: Lnrt Hnmen, Hutu-en, i John Henry John W. Hurrii., all of j Henry, iMBXKT.o E. THONAS, Register. NOTICE t'nitc'l Suttee MtrsA April Notice i-, hrreby that fn of Turner. U.mnock county. Idaho, boo notice of iriuatiou to make proof on hii Afti claim for SV.' '4. 5 Tp Jv JOE, before Frud G. Caldwell. T; b Com-; musioD'-r ,v Idubo. oa Fridfcr the 1 Wlh day of 1803. j He names- me. Jollowlnjr witneiso-i to prove Williams Mercantile Co. T. S. WILLIAMS, Manager, i Dry fioods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, HATS, CAPS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ETC. n S Would respectfully invite an cxaminatron of stock, bo- lieving all can be satisfied thut it is for thoir to make purchases here. Arrangements have been in ado U) keep constantly supplied with all the neweat styles of HEADQUARTERS FOR TOILE1 AND LAUNDRY SOAPS. the eornplHt'iIrrigation I- nd: Ocoricc A- Toolson, Jjsepn P. Greea, ChrtMmu Acdreanon, all of I n'llVYIA. i THEO. FRED. C. CALDWELL. Turner, R. TUOMJIS, Register. KOTICJ3 FOB PFBUCATIOW. Dcpannicatoi' the fotrrior. -LssO. DlOce f t ack.'oo t III nfon Bannock Abstract Co, hereto; irtMo that th? following- m iwtlltr flied notice of bin MOIVRV to final jwwf wpport of hit. clnltn. t that wtll be made b-foc.- Fn-d u. U. 8. CouslwloMir nt Baneroft, OB ]j. POCATELLO. IDAHO. TO FARMS for tlrf NK rfflc W. aaowa tlK fotlOwlaR in provr; his titittiHjaii upon HIM cultU'Htiou vU- SMwrt B O LAND ENTRIES. FINAL PROOFS, CONTESTS, ATTENDED TO PUCMPTLY. ETC. It, thorn to assume that culture Is moral man. using neither ot liquor nor tobacco, and being letter "r" from the alPhVjet. is not to enlarge your mental horizon by education or travel, or by associating with teUwjtual people. Not at all. All you havo to do is to abolish the j j letter -r." That is excusable in persona who come from sections' the country where the omis of the "r" habitual and; natural, and "r" cannot be sounded without a risk of incur- j ring lockjaw. But with people1 who have been in the habit of J pronouncing words correctly from UMir infamy to suddenly discover that hare lust power to articulate native la a piece c' affectation tbat OMMM the unskiUlttl tolaogb and makes the judiciouu grieve. The might hope for sncoeM in 1904 if tlw-y only had a candidate a splitleas party. Simon- ABSTRACTS AND CONVEYANCING A SrECtALTY, BANCROFT BRANCH OFFICE; Will be open June 5, G, 19 and 20. If fUmMtt o (MHl MUM .ml U. Vmm wUI ttr to It wtH f> Many homes want pianos Many pianos want homes Our store supplies both in the most satisfactory wanner. Our instruments are the finest made and our prices so low as to render it possible for every homo to a fine piano or organ. WRITE U8 FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES. EILERS PIANO HOUSE Street, Cor. Park, PORTLAND, OREGON. Sacramento, I Ik. SPAPFRf SEWSPAPF.nl   

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