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Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho 3J7 w-jr PROPCMIONAL SODA SPRtKGS. HOVBMBKB 19, JESSE R. 8. BUDGE, Prosecuting Attorney Bear LaAe County, PARIS, IDAHO National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. J A. MURRAY D W STANDROIJ WM A ANTHES 1 N ANTHES President Vice Cashier AwlHtaat Cuhuiei Bannock National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, LYMAX FXRHO K M r.fcO K KOHD HOARD Vue 1'icMc.luit Fair C. H. GASSER Watchmaker Jeweler Full Line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. FINE WATCH REPAIRING tfulMlnr, M'KIN'CiS, CLIPPER CAMP Off I.PI 14 Miles North of Soda Springs. CHUB SPRINGS DIP 39 Rites Nortb ef Soda SpriagJ. Somewhat different from the other state buildings UJhestruc- tv re that Idaho is erecting at the World's Fair. It is unique, hand- some, comfortable and attractive. It is an original design by J. Flood Walker, a Boise aribitect, and it will stand on the hill over- looking the Agriculture and Hor- ticulture Palaces. It has for neighbors the California and Illi nois state buildings. The building, work on which was bcjrun early in November, is sixty feet square and one story high. It is designed along the lines of a bungalow, with clean cut, plain outlines. The exterior walls will be of creum colored staff and the roof red Spanish tiling. The arrangement of the in- tenor is that of a Spanish ha- cienda, the ten rooms being ar- ranged on the four sides open court or patio. Ifl the cen ter of the court will be a beuuti- ful fountain, surrounded by in- viting flower gardens. It is the interior that will prove the most interesting and attrac- tive Tho entrance is in the middle of the main facade, through massive iron gates ten tuethigh and eight feet bnud. The passageway extends through to the court, and like the cloister is p.ived with red brick. Over Ihu entrance is a big pine plank. TWO inches thick, in which the. word Idaho" in large letters, is bui-ned deep into the wood. It is bolted above the entrance and i lie six iron bolts that secure it are exposed to view. Opening front the passageway j is a door to a commodious room fitted up as a ILOII'S smoking room, fhoreia a large mantel in this room and big eatsy chairs The room is finished in imtiual wood from Idaho, and tho beams, rafters and all wood lisish have a smoky appearance. Cosy cor- ners and rest spots abound. The electric are enclu0ed sources at the concentrate her Department of ticultureand Mines and lurgy. Executive CommiS Hurtt has scoured the he promises to have a show that will be a revelation. Several car loads of apples are now in JSolU storage and these will be Dis- played when the exposition on April 30. He says he has Winesap apples so large that the Winesap of the East appears as a pigmy, and the flavor is un surpasbable Then hehasGrirrVs golden, Jonathan and all the other standard varieties. Other fruits will be shown as they ripen. There will be compre hensive exhibits of the cereals and grasses and all other agri- cultural products. The sweetest and fairest ex- hibit will be honey made by bees that pasture on Idaho alfalfa The honey will be shown in u case 9x12 feet in which the words "Idaho Honey'' have been worked 111 a honey comb of darker shade. The main part of the honey ex- hibit is behind glass and although the honey is nearly three inches thick it is so transparent that one may recognize the features of an acquaintance through it. In the mines department Idaho will exhibit the largest and rich- est nugget ever mined. This was taken in August, 1903, from the Coenr d'Alone mines, and weighs ten tons It contains 30 per cent pure silver and o'O per cent lead. It placed on the market the great nugget would bring for its metal value alone many thousand dol- lars. Idaho produces large quanti- ties of beautiful and valuable This will be a basis for a. WOOUIUTIOir. The following- Thanksgiving day proclamation.hU been issued by Governor Morrison: State of Idaho. Executive De- partment Thanksgiving procla- mation. The President has designated C. T. WOODAtJL Both are I with ateam boil- H of tiiedmur ruiMtnntl? era. Ail on tuMul Pricw reusouitWc. unique exhibit. mines will be shown in miniature, and the method of dressing and polishing the gems will be practically dem- onstrated. There will also be> shown the Idaho method of ex- tracting gold, silver and from the ores. and brackets designed especially for the building. Back of the men's reception room is a private room for t he couimiasiouer and back ot this is Executive Commissioner C B. Hurtt's private' room and office, bull further in the rear are toilet rooms. Sleeping arc provided on the side, and M.Born Co. also u large store room designed Chicago Leading Merchant Tailors be decorated with the brush colors. The walls will be in i yellow, wriud in sage -green flemish, the Jlnor of a dark Pit fitrtwi's Supply Store contain perishable exhibits. The north side of the building MAT OT SOLO.' Those who cannot afford to Thursday, November 26, 1908, as a day of thanksgiving in the United States. The people of Idaho have a deep respect for tho hallowed customs of the fathers recog- nized by the annual Thanksgiving day. During the year now draw- ing to a close they have been blessed in many ways. They have gathered an abundant har- vest from the field, vineyard and orchard have added their store of good things, mines have pro- duced a rich treasure and flocks and herds returned gratifying profits We have been free from tho visitations of fire, llood and pestilence. Enterprises looking to the development of our vast resources and the establishment of profitable business among our people have been attended with success Tranquil.relations be- tween the employer and em- ployed have prevailed Those- movements which have for their object and redemp- tion of men have been advanced. Church, school, social and civic progress mark higher and better than ever in the past. We have contributed to and bhircd in the nation's increasing strength and greatness. To the God of nations, the maker of heaven and earth and all tViat therein is, the Suvior cf Men, the Father Almighty, v.e owe all. In gratitude commensurate with the great blessings enjoyed and in full harmony with the proclamation of the president, let the people of this common- wealth celebrate the said 20th day of November us u day of bunksgiving and worship, de- ting from the usual avoca- and assembling, in detained places of worship there to unitedly give thanks to Almighty God for His boundless First-Class Bar and Club Rooms Livery. Feed and Sale StaMe Headquarters for Twritlt and Commercial Travelers. BATES REASONABLE. Soda Springs, Idahfc Idan-ha NATURAL LITHIA WATER Makes the Best High Balls Irresistible Gln-Rickeye and Whiskey Souro Delicious Lemonades everything It In It IDAN'HA In, Good." I i h NATURAL MINERAL WATER CO. Soda Springs, THEO. TURNER. FBKD. O. Bannock Abstract POCATBLLO. IDAHO. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS LAND ENTRIES, FINAL PROOFS, CONTESTS, WWS. ATTENDED TO PHOMPTLV. ABSTRACTS AND CQNVEYANCING A BANCROFT BRANCH OrwoR! 'Will be open November 0, 7, 30 is giveu over to the women of Idaho, and this will be furnished of the bill broader and more ____ plicit. As it btands the measure rather doudyin the particular I Man Club. There will be a Li- section referring to the selling !d reception room the same or exposing fur sale of iish and wzo as as the men's room abvudy j game. This section makes it un- 'described. This room will be iltiwlul to sell or ulfer to soil "uny 'marvvlousJy beautiful, und will species of lish protected by this hunt wild game for themselves goodness to us as a peopl or who are not fortunate enough let there be that home1 coming, to number sportsmen among family and socul union, which j their friends, will be interested to learn that the construction of the Iish and game law is such as to permit the sale of game birds iti the open mai ket. Possibly those who framed the law intended to prohibit the mar- keting of wild lou'l. If so they should have made the provisions suge green. Tho purtiaiiy covered will with dark rich green rug v. ith u biuck bordur. Hack of the parlor will be n Indies' retiring and dresning room. Still further back will be the kitchen equip) KM! with and uJI culinary uUjntnls. At tho mir of kitchen will bo pro act, or tiny part of it or any of the animal-? mentioned in this :iH at ony time of tho year." No mention whatever is made of birds. State Game Warden lorns re- cently inquired of Attorney Gen- oral Bfljrley if that sevt.ion of the law cuuld be construed to cludo birds. Iti IIJK reply the attorney gen- eral, after quoting the section of beautifies and life, In witness whereof. I have hereunto set my hand und caused the great seal of tho state of Idaho to be affixed, this llth uay of November. A, D. 1903. JOHN T. MOHUISON. [Seal] Governor. Jtiy the Governor: WILL H. Grosox, Secretary of State. A Few Reasons Why One Germania Life Insurance Co. ACADEMY OF IDAHO ROTES. The thu broadest conception of room for lh, 'will havo olmriro of department. Mimy plannfui who women for iho c by Sheepmen's Supplies Tli" building will Kliiiiii showing this r for all the will in tin; and room will jtlofn vegetable kingdom iufhiduh birds, but it is f-vi th.it lh" Ipgitihituro Misyd tli'.1 torn: 'miiroai' in Ihit in a limited ink-nil it >hould embrace only rlk ,0 C'hluftnin at the Acadrtuy on Snturdav, lir.v 7 ww o the c. Tin- tint football team had A j.nw tir- itsrai-, htttnrday. 14. t ho i lj at It will only cost one cent Iniy a pfxital card and wnd Uui New Yock Farmer. New York wdawn Ntw York Tribune furua M a Oroccrlcs Or> nnd Unseed Oil Grain C. C. ROSE tncnri inj( will n where each lotlie World's Knir that nUtf- may tw finding a wHconi'i un ideal rt'Ktit if (ilacv. Tho outsidfj Idaho'K will be ground. t row ivmnot Jn Inside wiUtx- five thf and within may nit. In to Tin in no phicu in the m-f a bird to fined to an an j BNwkfoot. in t hit. ion. I hold that the preit and (fame law nt or prohibit thcM-liing or for sale uny Uainc bird hfi! is d by pmvin of tin- law. that ti.'O ojH'n and not in of in their fawiltem s for tone U The II. W like U jm an H with fow own OKncrrAW. at btntain. Bwth crtw A Buaaway Btcyck with an of J. If- 'jin llrwve, 111 It dcvi'Jojnd ulri-r tors und for Arnica yc-nrs- cntttMii where in lh" sbuwo in-mUt-r of if nixl JIMy m Idaho in of her re tlr's rulnitf tliC thf surciilrnt j'.ii. v in illard by hui.i'ulr ojn'ti market hoio- to tin un Jr -d It' for "kin '-T uptioJis und ail (UviVrs D. i.Mit J'tr 1) Why Use a Rubber Stamp tkan yom r5, In ffltt
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