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Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho 1 VOL. IV. SODA SPRINGS. ifcABXX to. net a. a. Bear Lmkt PAKtS, .FIRST. National POCATELL0, IDAHO. 4. A. MUBKAY, D. w. ftTANOBOD A. AlfTHBH I. N. ANTHC8 PrarfMt AwtMMtCMMor POCATCLLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, FAROO K. r. MAX80X fUAXK HOARD.. H. HORSLEY General Merchandise. We hear numerous complaints that the cost of living has tn- creased to such an extent that the liberal salaries and wages now being paid in nearly all employments are insufficient to meet the family expenses and leave even a small surplus to put bv for support when old age or sickness stops the ability to earn. These com plaints are true only in a comparative sense. If we were willing to live as our fathers or grandfathers did, tbe present salary or wages would be more than adequate for our wants. The trouble is that it is not so much tbe cost of the articles of food and clothing and other actual necessities that eat up their income, as the increase in the number of what was once thought to be luxuries, that are now considered to be necessaries. It Is the improvement in the manner of living that is really at the bottom of tbe trouble. The purchasing power of a dol nished with for pflng to fit the particular, hand. This procedure w____ quently save express chargM the sender, as all samples mi prepaid; and the station not examine materials haw been pronerljr pled and are accompanied by ftnt particulars to be used in the ia> terpretation of results. JOHN 8. BJRD, Chemist. Director." Approved: H.T. The widely circulated report that the Postmaster General has made a new regulation where- by all baggage masters on cafiway trains become mail clerks is wholly erroneous and is believed to have been circulated with the the intent of creatingantagonlsm between the administration Soda Springs Saw Mill Lumber of all cut to order. M. P. HANSON Mmg ctvrfc. A SHEEP DIP W 9f HtpsTHHlPk AM. KflMH MMHCfKK KKKT on MAX n, f Jar is greater than ever before, and the average of salaries and wages higher, but the progress of civilisation and intelligence has so improved the manner of living that we are not satisfied to go without what are now con- sidered the ordinary comforts of home and simply struggle for an existence. This is as it should be, so far as the improvement in the condition of living is con- cerned In this age. with all the great advances in invention and progress along all lines tending to increase human comfort, every man is entitled to some share in the added sum of general ad vancement. The remedy must come from increased capacity to earn and higher remuneration for better work. The problem is easily solved. Would you today invite your friends to take dinner with yon, consisting of bacon from the smoke bouse, cabbage from the cellar and ie from the ai the labor organisations. The facts are merely that the Post- master General is about to swear in as clerks only the baggage masters on trains which now carry mail so that they may be empowered to hand to news _ parade has been on the streets for along time. The different trades and unions all had fine displays. The carpenters had a beautiful aoach made for the occasion and filled with yonng girls singing tofotic songs. The machinists an engine undergoing re- rs while the boilermakers were at work riveting some iron The blacksmiths also at their usual occnpa- The electricians of the etty bad a float composed cf two wagons. On the first was iral" with the "hello" girl, i i STOCK v. W000AU sew, Flnt-Cisji Bar and Club Room Lhrery, Ftetf art for Stockmen, Commercial RATES REASON ABLE, agents along the line packages of newspapers, so designated, with a view to saving the time re- quired to send papers to the postoffice and distribute them there. _ According Corp Tanner, all that the democratic party will do is to is to nominate a ticket in 1904 so as to keep op their organ- ization. It looks that way. No democrat of any sense believes that his party will win next year, but many democrats look for their party to win some time. It is necessary for the party to keep its machinery in operation aU the time, however dark the oat- look. It would Mem, however, expect to that democrats who have a future should take care to keep their names of the convention of 1004. In 1600 the valoe tared in Herman Wakeman, General Merchandise CHUB SPRINGS DIP delicacies of tbe season, bought fbe expansive prices, must be bad for yoar friends to regale themselves upon. The ways of our grandfathers, and good old ways have gone. money than they did and you spend it in larger of maanfac- tbe United 'cen- who acted her part ap to life and de- serves special mention. On this float were the electric Wires which would have given but the spoilt that feature. It is a pleas- ant fact to say that the finest float was done by one class of workingmen and that was the electricians. Everybody con- tbem tohave had the finest. A large number of merchants had very handsome floats. Among the finest, however, of the dis- play in this class was the six wagons of the Troy laundry. Their first wagon had the old fashioned washing tub presided over by a lady of color. She certainly attracted attention. The first wagon was followed by finer work. The day was cold and raining up to dinner time. After dinner the rain stopped falling but the wfnsl blew and it was cold. Ac the fair grounds over a people gathered and to some speeches, ate henf that had been barbecued a name of ball Soda Springs, Idan-ha I SSs Gem of Table and Medicinal Witem. Bottled only by the Natural Mineral Water Soda Spring, Idaho ------------f thirteen bUHons Tnenote- worthy feature of this tremen- dous growth is that it occurred in defiance of the prediction of the-; from American the Cobdenites. that our efforts who declared a great w crania a srnssti Yon receive irore maniifactoricg industry in de tney did and yon fiance of thev CMfMICAi AVALTtM. The following press bulletin containing information concern ing chemical analyses has been by the University of sent out Idaho Agricultn i, Moscow ricultural Experiment Station. Moscow. Idaho-: "Owing to tbe number of anal- yses constantly required of this station and to the apparent lack of general information on this subject, the Departnientof Chen- etrf fasaca this statement. We are prepared to continue our co- with the farmers of n4 to undertake the of soils, fcrtil- ------naticMaa. plettte poison- to stock and agrienltnral pro- dneta. In thw ofcr we hevalne of always de> flanoe of what they were to call natural laws, must in- evitably result in failore. An American naval officer re- ports from Hbog Kong that the only naval vessels In Asiatic waters which are not fitted with wfrelesa telegraph appartns are the Amartatnjuid Chinese ships. The London Spectator ranks Secretary of Bay, anoos: the most snceMSfol of livingdiploaMtiaU." What is the matter with rastitsslin a victory for being 8toA f races between aome boys was about the extent of performance. The man who -r to dive failed to dive and some other things on the program thct had been billed did not come off. It is all biameable on the weather and as it still keeps nasty no one has an opportunity to fight with it. The HOB. Toss L. Jobosoa was analysis is nojniaated for governor of by dessoerau, tbe Ohio and .that la fall ssaierial upon which ig Witt not only remit muring of time to ia essential to of his are nnnatfjr abeoieiety ig by those aekisw analytical are fre- m _ _, by aedasutkin. probably be equally twasitiatli century baa diaonM UM hawk for an waata to avnUr and still within UM of tU law, Ba Tbe earnest insist for fair play tbreecbeot the mmcnt service will inenre tbe snpnvrt of the "UNrty fen" WxU'i Wtit. "Liberty Pennsylvania's most treasured historic relic, will occupy the place of honor in the rounds of tbe splendid pa- vilion on thejriatoan of stetea at the World's Air at St. Louis. Tbe Liberty Bell, which on July a, 1776. proctaimed the Dec- of is at ito patriotic Ameri' .__ will attract many vis- itors to tbe Pennsylvania build TOw hatt la 13 feat in dream- ferenen aronnd tbe lips, and 7 fsetftinchtaaronnd the crown. It ia feet following the line of the hnH from the to the crown and t feet 8 inches UMcc ry not (rials about ia desired. fetch may have sampled are re- 'peaied by any that a analyaia Tbto ia parUcalarJy anforUinaie in tfcaMae of waters and soda, j Bedridden, alone and desUtnto. Hoch, in brief wae the condition of an old soldier by name of J. J. Havene. VeraMlita. O. Pw years he waa troubled kid- ney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave bin relief. At length be tried Bectrte BH urs. It on bis feet In short ofder and now be testifies: "I'm on the rand to complete re- Best on earth for iiver tbe station, explain what I to nare cone and also _.------__ _ __ j i n i w tmm wvm them Is at, and kidney troeMea and all forms of ttomacband bowel eompminta. Only 50e Guaranteed anteate feet 3 iocbes over the It is 8 inches thick in part near tbe lip, in the thinnest part toward the crown, Tbe iength of the clapper is 9 feet 2 inches. The total weigbtia28.000 pounds, words in capitals, from JJtV, verse 10, encircle! the crown: "Proclaim Liberty thrvswtwnt nil the land unto all tbe fsjhnhftanta thereof." The bell was originally In London, and was received in Philadelphia, in Angnat. 1752. In lees than a numth tbe bell cracked and was recast by workmen. The beU crntmtd again, and was silenced for att time while toiling the faneral of John Marahall. Chief Jantice of tha Snpveme Coert at the United 8tateat on July low In the lant analyata nahedf knows, we de know that H ia under strict law. Abnat that pain reanlta thev waot what to ind out the reanNa soohlnisMd. Tkeap ptteant Witt then be will he of hetieit to him an4 also fnr SMI he or Hr Hew Life It's genthj.yet thetwnjh. Only Williams AND CONVEYANCING
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