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   Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho                               liflfrViJWy; VOL. IV. SODA 8PBISGS. 5 JKSfiE R. 8. BtJDGlE, Prosecuting Attorney Dear Lake County, PARIS. IDAHO National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. J, A. D. W. 8TANDBOD '.................Vlce-Piwildent WM. A. AHTHES _ Cwhier I. N. ANTHES........................Ads'iiiiMt Ctuibler Banwck National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, LYMAS FARfiO......................President K. C. OKO. K. PORH..........................fMhler FRANK HOARD...................Asst. C. H. GA66ER Jeweler Full Line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. FINE WATCH REPAIRING SODA SPP.rSHU, IDAHO Tfflt XAjn or IDAHO. The last issue of the Pacific Coast Miner, published at San Francisco, is devoted largely to Idaho. Many of the mining dis- are described faithfully, the articles being accompanied by fine illustrations. The. num- ber is one that should be of great value to the mining industry of Idaho, since there is nothing in it indicating that any of the mat- ter has been published for ad- vertising purposes. Perhaps the mos.t interesting feature to Idaho readers con- tribution to the literature of the subject of the naming of the state. On this point the Miner says: A considerable amount of con- troversy has been indulged in regarding the naming of the state, and as the question is in- teresting, and is intimately con- nected with the exploits of the early miners, we will cursorily refer to it. The white men who vis- ited the country now embraced by Idaho were the members of on two dnsters of that bear away under the dondi fifty mUes distant. called Col. Craig's attention to this singular and beautiful arched light. said he, what the Indians call E-dah-hoe, which means the light or diadem on the line of the mountains "That was the first time I ever heard of the name. Later, in September, when I rode into the newly discovered camp to es- tablish an express office I took with me an Indian from Lapwal. We an Indian trail, crossed Craig's mountain, thon not A ED. M. MERRELL'S CANDY STORE gft at tltUft WHCfW. Born Co. Tailors Pit Cuju-M Iwlw's Supply Aceirrs. CLIPPER CAMP DIP Wmgmtv, 14 the Lewis and Clark exploring expedition, who crossed the mountains from the Horse Plains to the Lsmhi valley on August 18, 1805. Five years later, the Missouri Pur company estab- lished a trading post on the Snake river. In P. Hunt, with 60 men engaged by the Pacific Pur company, passed through to the coast. In 1834 Captttin. Bonneville with 100 men visited the Portneuf river, and in the same year Na- than-cl J. Wythe established a trading station at Fort Hall, near the Snake river. BMeeionttL ___ busy at the time und formed a nomber of mission stations, but whenever they referred to the scenes'of the operations and ex- ploits they described them as being at, or near, one of the riv- ers, or one of the trading or mis- sionary stations, hone of them used the word Idaho. It has been said that the name was first mentioned in Congress when it was proposed for one of the neighboring states; but it seems probable that the term was first used by the Indians und afterwards by the early miners. It was apparently com- {founded of two Indian words, Bo, which meant gem of the mountains, bright moun- tain or shining mountain. Joaquin MUter, the' poet, was one of the pioneers and he has Camas prairie, and had E da-hoe mountain all the time in view as an objective point. "On my return to Lewiaton I wrote a letter containing a brief account of our trip to the mines, and it was published in one ot the Oregon papers. In that ac- count I often mentioned E-da- hoe, but spelt it Idaho, leaving the pronunciation unmarked by any diacritical signs. So that, perhaps I may have been the first to to give it the present all the ill-advised, wronj- undertaken leadersdurlng the year, surprising was the de that none bat union labor- should be employed in the itcal departments of the With amazing the leaders of demanded that the pres- ident should shut the door of employment against the other citizens. It was to be expected that cer- tain politicians would seize upon tbjfr occasion the labor in politics. If the dem- ocratic national leaders could gtfn a million union-labor votes for their next nominee, it spelling, but I certainly did hot originate the The President's remarks at the unveiling ceremony of Gen- eral Sherman's equestrian statue in front of the treasury at Wash- ington, were as usual on such occasions, brimful of patriotism, coupled with sound common sense. He paid a high tribute -to the leaders and to the men of the greatest war in modern his- tory. The Sherman monument is a splendid work of bronze and the stern soldier statesman over- looks the seat of operations. the politicians point of view playing for. But those politicians who wish to use the onions will almost certainly get failed. The unions have every- to lose and nothing to gain by? going into national politics With a demand that they be al loi fed to monopolize public as 'WW las private employment: In of the organization and rafid growth of the employers na tonal union, formed this year mutual protection against un strikes, the labor unions wil; prebably have all they can do to held; the ground they have gained in Monopolizing private employ ment. From "The Year with the Labor by Frank Putnam, in November National Magazine. Diwtrow Wrtdu. is responsible for railroad wreck and the c. WOODAU. MM, tr- f "i FVtFr T7 Flrrt-CHtM Bar and Club Roomy Livery, Feed and Sttttt Headquarters for Stockmen, Tmristt and Commercial Trttwlert. RATES REASONABLE, Soda Springs, Idaho, brother as the of the treasury, given CHUB SPRINGS DIP Hotb pfcoM ttferf with era. All kiatto of onksai. flfew TKHoMblf. boil- if not altogether trust worthy occoant of the origin of the word. "The distinction ot naming he said, "cer- tainly belongs to my old friend Col. Craig, of Craig's mountain, Nez Perce county. As to some fellow oarning it in bah! Too name was familiar in MOO men's mouths as they wnl- flowed through .the snow in 1861 on their way to the Ore Pino dig Lieutenant Peary that the North Pole can be discovered for a quarter of the in- curred in defending the Ameri- yacht cup. Secretary of the Wavy. Moody, lias granted Peary leave of absence in order that he may make the attempt once more. In view of the scientific methods pursued it is safe to expect that the scientific world will profit from his attempt, even if he is not successful. The Maryland say that this is the white country and the Massachusetts condemn lynching In the soutbL, The party are trying to find an issue ____ will make these two for- get each other. paper that a man may amass a fortune without being a plutocrat. It former Governor Hogg of Texas, an example, but it doubtless refers to its own editor. The sum 01 spent in Germany for alcoholic This is an irnft and lung troubles. Bat since tbf advent of Dr. New JQiaeovery for Consumption, and even the worst can be cured, and resignation is no longer nccewary, Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dorchester, is one of the many whose life was saved by Dr. King's New Discovery, This great remedy is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by all Price 50c and f Trial bottles free. In 1893 Governor Campbell at the White Souse and asked President Cleveland fora federalappointinent for one Mnchen. '-There i position superintendent fwe deMvery in the Postvffice JVM MICH tue vro rmo uia- jgings, long before congress had SLT r T over fifteen of age. 1 Where is the German W. C. T. UT _ j Lord rcpresen- reached through the tative of Great Britain who voted __ jk [ever of the discovery, facts art these: 1 was riding pony express at the time a of which Mr. Cleveland, "will he teke -He will take anything ,he can replied Governor Campbell, and Machen been for ten years living up to the twn, A Ivamr Terminated with an ugly cut Oft the kjy of J, B. Orner. tin Orore, Hi, It developed stubborn unyielding to doc and remedies for four Then BocUmV Arnica fWve cured. as good for skin and at dealen. Porto Rteo b being Peree that gold was; for the United in the j tubs fonnd on the head waters; Alaskan boundary would______________m and tributaries of the .Salnohjaake a good ambMsador to this I fortHUd by our government It river. IbadHvedwitb the In-jcountfjr. 'will M "Xo the Uon- C. G. ROSE and Col. Cmig, who had spent most of bis life with them, often talked with me about of gold In the to the right, we rode to Oro Kino, and of what, the Indians had said of the then j unknown regions. Gallop a It Is reported that Mr Hearst is Bryan's ocrslic nominatkin. If it is had better koep it a until after the flection roe doctrine. A pabJk may be j trust, hut that not 1 that a public oflciel the right i The been ia every trast con _. L i j._ rising "B. you climb the ftweetwater atHra- to ytmr right, you II that Benator_______ will see a pWume And benuttfu! already pUnnim for a second Uf bt at of dtedea tenn in the WLlte that il -cMh balance on f flkpwmber 80th was i 417.181 OM Idan-ha I LITIttA WATBtt the Irresistible HIN! Delicious rteto f THEO. TURNER, JPKED. Bannock AbstractCo, POCATELLO, IDAHO. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED LAND ENTBOM, F11TAL PttOOVW, ATTENDED TO PBOMI ABSTRACTS AND 4 ME, A Few GermamaLife other wtniwnjr in America te omMqtMotfy Xntget. it to pwctkainy m WMtera compwiy. Because aodcondittoo. Becsaw etuh so4 kwa vohiw sod psU 19 inMnwcv for from Time to Fire yewi, AMttohvi Germante Lite It will only cost one Fwwer, Ovy. i copy, Th. Krw TritMM 1 AKrtoiltanii vMfcfy fcwtrertlve u4 rm ttkf it ftm st ?Mr oefe w' ,1 1 Why Use a j __ fj jL .uj Om m 'a OCaHIp fl pay NEWSPAPER! X,   

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