Soda Springs Idanha Chieftain, November 26, 1903

Soda Springs Idanha Chieftain

November 26, 1903

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Issue date: Thursday, November 26, 1903

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Location: Soda Springs, Idaho

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Years available: 1903 - 1904

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Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho JESSE R. 8. BUDGE, Proucttttng Attorney Bear Lake Grimly, PABtS, IDAHO -FIRST. National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. tinee for j A, MURRAY D. W BTANDROD. WM. A ANTHES I N ANTHES President Vice Prenldent CMhler Bainock National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, the Chieftain WM etttbftrii the school trustees of this trict and several other distriett in this end of the county to pro- cure their report cards at this office, but this year the usual orders were not forthcoming, and it hat been a matter no little speculation for some time as to what means were used to shut us out of the business. It was explained by the trustees that the cards are now furnished by over the the third brought hit gold For eleven yeart, most incredible toiled on. Then hie lung was ended; with the gold" which he had spent bit life K MAN'bOX enterprite fef thoeewhoare kaoait to bntinett ability anfrt ity of purpote. and that results will follow the notation 'of the purposed plan k foregone iMail. iWtt wm sitter. Those who will persist 4n their ears against the 4tjn- recommendation of r'sNew Discovery for Ooa- aption, will have a long bitter tit with their troubles, if aet tied earlier by fatal Head what T. R. Beatl of ill, Miss., hat to say: I my wife had every symptom Dsamption. She took Dr. r's New Discovery after cite bad faded. Im came at once and entirely cured her." by Anderson's drug ftwt ?k POCATBUJO, MONEY TO LOAM ON for far ftf IV otirwtl irltrf it trot qb bf potUKC ifcrw cMM Oft MM IfMM rt w Otf M T p wi A HtC A few yeart there died In Sw Francisco a man who, after a lifetime of toil and daugcr, finally made hit fortune in tho j gold-Holds. His story is totd by Mr. Jack London in the Atlantic Monthly. Born in Maine, he was only ftlxteen when he tagan wan- derings, to Montana first, then U> the Alatkan Panhandle, tbe north still calling terrible Chiiooot tod down the "Mytteriom aet applicable to the What about the Italians, Hungarians and Ftnlandert f They are just now occupying tbe center of the stage in Colorado and Utah, causing the shutting down of scores of mines and manufacturing concerns through- out the west, depriving of people of the means of earn- ing tbe necessaries of life at a time when they are most needed, and causing no end of trouble to the authorities and expense to the people. The west is dependent almost entirely upon foreign laborers for operating mines and for rail- road construction work. Of the classes mentioned the Japs are acknowledged by all fair rnindet overseers to be tbe best of laborers. They are peaceable, law abiding and not easily influenced by strike agi tatora. And what it ttlll more in their favor, they spend the greater part of their earnlngt with tbe local merchantt where they may be employed. This cannot be taid of the other for eign If the laboring classes must be weeded out, save at the We can spare MveraJ thousand trouble breeders snch are making obnoxious in tbe Utah and Colorado mining districts. of I kf MI M., OB BecaoM it to ftartlrtiHf a Wsstsra ijMyauy. T rTT1tr nninigii jp m jm and condition. cadi mid lou Talon aa4 inmrMM aflsr la otbar I for from to IM it Beamingly a revolt against tbe pfttent-day creeds. Apparently the tbne it ripe for something new in the religious line that can be bettor adapted to our peculiar needt. Gcrmanla Lift Ii R. 4BXBIWS. The story going rounds of tbe of a man who had a pimple on hit note and who got medicine to reduce it. But the pimple continued to grow with every application, until it teacup. A roar to his wife that tbe liniment was doing no good developed tho fact tt he wot uting tho wrong Mtlle, and bad been applying wife's butt developer. It will only cost one c to portal ctrt md wad to ttw Ktw Triban. TteiBW. Mew Tvrit GMj, fcr copy. The Tort TtfbaM fWmtff ou w bnndml for Blandort are tometimet very Oocatloaally Ufa iteett t the price of mistake, bat you'll never be wrong If you Or. King's New Life Pills or dyspepsia, dittinean. heed- M, liver or bowel troubles. They are gentle yet thorough, SSc, at Anderson's drug store. 'tat Md M_ TM It TOW am MOM tt s Why a Rubber Stamp V VI "Jl ;