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   Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho                               r IV. V1 f JESSE E. 8. BODGE, Proucvttng Attorney Bear Lake Cutnfy, PARIS, IDAHO -FIRST. National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. I A U V.' Sf ANDBOD JVM A ANTHfcS 1 N ANtUBS Vice Prmldeot Cwhier ssistant Cu ihier Bannock National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, 1 I MANSOV K IORW FiMNK HOARD xt t nsnitr H. HORSLEY General Merchandise. Saw M-ll cr of all kiudH cu Public Cotive> CHANSON 1 9 A FIKVT-CI. EPDIP! There is one thtff that adds more to the- value Mfoifan wealth or fame, for wakfo we do not sufficiently strive, and upon which health and happiness of man almost exclusively depends. That is cheerfulness. A sunny temper is better than a gold mine, snd a jovial disposition than great estates. Cheerfulness is the highest wisdom. "Why should a man whose blood is warm within creejp into the jaundice by being Cheerful people are always refreshing. They scin- tillate joy. The wickedness of the world is largely due to gloominess and sourness of temper. To murder the sunshine of the day is a cap- ital offense. "Count your bless- ings." Appreciate what you have instead of sighing for What you have not. With health and cheerful temper you need envy no one on earth. Gloominess means bad health or unwhole- some thoughts. Cheerfulness is therefore, not only a virtue in itself, but is the outward sign of goodness. "Efforts to be per manently useful must be uni- formly says "A spirit all sunshine, graceful from very gladness, beautiful because bright -Of course there are times when all rightly constituted human beings must feel sad. He would be a cold and cruel man, indeed, and without sympathy, who could look upon the sorrows of the world and feel no pangs nt pain But we cannot better aid in driving away the clouds of caip mid grief than by radiating joy and kindness ar.d hope It is that makes us peevish. We whine and fret about the putty annoyances that come into our lives, and arc not oppressed by the great sorrows of, others, it is this aspect of and indifference that drives people to suicide. By bearing ourawnofflielions lightly we have health" and strength, to there are in tfw tery air ira that know not of tad to come in the aext ton that men think not of. Electricity will cook the meals, warm the house in winter and the in summer, tt will take the place of heat and steam and par- form wonders aa yet unthoagbt of by man. The air we breathe will do wonders that man can not as yet conceive. We are living in a day and generation the great- est the world has ever seen and thft man whodisputesthe coming event is the fool. Mr. Cleveland, in bis letter to tarn many expressing his regrets at not being able to be present at the Fourth of July mass meet- ing of that sopiety, said that the wigwam, "as a political factor of vast influence, cannot escape the responsibility which its power and its glorious traditions cre- ate." TOis looks like sarcasm. The ex-president is about the only man alive who ever heard that Tammany had "glorious traditions." This is certainly new to the men who have been running it in the past thirty or forty years. That sort of tra- ditions were never heard of by Tweed, Kelly or Croker. What kind of traditions were influenc- ing Tammany in 1884, 1888 and and 1892. when it was opposing Cleveland for president y UK IT J ft I ian Wakctnan, fn feral Merchandise The best remedy for lynching is quick justice. The American people are quick at everything but in executing justice, in some cases we are too slow. We could Jearn much our English brethren in this respect. Rep- resentative Landis has a new remedy for lynching. It is to have every state pass a law mak> ing a sheriff from custody a prisoner is taken, lose his posi tioa and thereafter become in- eligible to any other office. He would further make the county and tbtu make all Brighter Jai1i better. By oil means Jet us KEEP YO0S XOOTB SHUT, "Help me catch him. said the small boy, as he dashed by in panting pursuit of his ju venile enemy. able by the man's from to There is a story going the rounds of the papers to the effect that one of twin brothers was demented and ordered committed to an institution for his care. The other brother accompanied In tiarr, HERMAN. IDAHO. CAMP IMP .-Miftiut your month shut to the asylum. after m'll catch him" tt.o i the twin brothers had arrived at the asylum, the sheriff of the county they were from, received a telfgnim from the the physician in charge saying that there were twin brothers at the one of whom was catch advised the man, and the boy understood in an' instant and understanding. mouth and van oi. running down the object of pursuit, who had been running open tnoutbed and was! doubted up with a stitch in There is good deal in keeping your mouth shut. There are more people in the world wbo never open mouth without put- ting s foot in ft than yea have an idee of You may he A fool bat if you keep your month shut who's to know It? GvneraJTjr you CM sfee np the who will get there. getting there or cot there by the their Jaw You occasionally nest a wise UB SPRINGS DIP All of Parasols will} be exhibited .it thfi fair mi St. Lnvis nest air factory where IP Whtu M4 ln4U RO8B wW praaptlr tt. will br st of MBVuV stftted thai it the disease. While a should always [anyone has the is there can be' no taking the simple prep- la preventive. Dissolve of the cream of tarter water and after it has take a spoonful or two of "ij at intervals. In this the following clip- les frequently under the Of the writer: willing to risk my repu a public man." writes Hines to the Liverpool "if the worst case of cannot be cured in by the use of cream of tartar, "One ounce of cream of tartar, in a pint of hot water, anddfmakat intervals when cold, is a certain, never failing remedy. It has cured thousands, never leaveih a mark, never causes is and avoids tedious lin- Post, Dec. 16. I Suicide PreTentod. startling announcement of suicide had iscovered will interest matrjfr A run down stystem, or invariable precede suicna and something has been fouBfl that will prevent that con- ditlrttt which makes suicide likely. At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bit- ters, being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system It'ssfsoa great stomach, liver and Itidney regulator Only lOc Satisfaction guaranteed by all dealers. 9be editor of the Commoner _jnwOBees that the prospects of party next year largely on crop condi- impossible to forecast, was a time-when Cel. this. It must bean encouraging and satisfactory thing to belong tea party whose only hope of success lies in poor crops and consequent hard times. C. t. WOODAJU, First-Class Bar and Club Booms Livery, Feed and Sale StahU Headqttarters for Stockmen, Ttruruti and Commercial Travelers. RATES REASONABLE. Soda Springs, Idaho. Idan-ha NATURAL LITtflA Gem of Table and Medicinal Waters. Bottled only by tha Water Soda Idaho, Williams Mia. fwrt at j. committed tohia care; that one wanted to build railrottd to the moon and the other believed that Cleveland would be elected president in 1004 and wanted to know which was the crazy man The UcKinle? monument fond has been a great success, 000 hue been raised by popular subscription for the erestisa of a suitable monument CattUm. to the memory of the great martyred president. The asso- ------------ciution has however. wandering sruood with bis mouth j the farther sum of open, bat not AS sttsusl thing. Ubpuld be raised for a fund to It's what people and drink provide for cure and nreser obu-fly ewnse tbealoappear v.tioa of the monument. befow police If som they hna kept their months shut, they have drmekit, Conmtf, to the saaUntt in- of JWMK BOWQM AretmnA at PfcUtfam of Ptotwicof Will Ndticvtt tenth; gIT-CO that Kooamj tbc I7th of M im o clock m of >Mi the court meat nf told wmn, ut wtort toww tm rIMT of ncintf iK-f-n for pmvlmd'i- wlllwf for uf (be HHVW ui ffCWnmC Mitlt Aodtsmtm (or ilv- __, mmtmt tllC Old cmilt tfc'n VA Cat imtt. KM. _i, T K PnrtwM Jtfdffe monem mm. TUBIXCATUUI. [be Interior M IHufUUxH, J HM. i Illfc foUO'li Intalfoa bm- s Best Arranged Family Hotel in the City. Mhwnl Grottods. Two Moris from v I RstM BcaMMBfe, ...Jj TMflttflaaVi POOATELLO. IDAHO, 
                            

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