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Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho '.iji-v- H; VOL. IV. CARDS. JESSE R. 8. BUDGE, Prosecuting Attorney Bear Lake County, PARIS, IDAHO FIRST. POCATELLO, IDAHO, J. A. W. A. ANTHBS..................................Cashier I. N, ANTHKS........................AKKiNUnt Caatiior Bannock National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, K. C. CJICO. f.. KOItn.-.........................Cashier T10AHD...................Ai-M. Cashier C. H. GASSER Jeweler Full Line of Watchec, Clocks and Jewelry. LAW. Now that the Idrto Falls sugar factory is in openritan and some two thousand bags of sugar hive been out, upon which the state pays a bounty of fl a bag, the question of the validity of the bounty law enacted at the last legislature is being raised, and State Auditor Turner has given notice that ho will refuse payment on the warrants until the matter is decided in 'the courts. Upon this subject the Boise Statesman says: Ever since the enactment of FINE WATCH Whltmnn HuiMing, SODA SI'RtXdS, IDAHO Chicago Lea iiag Merchant Tailors i Fir Uuaru.iteed. Supply Store; Groceries Hardware Dry Goods and Shoee Linseed Oil Grain Salt C. G. ROSE tanl lerctaaf inS6aS6 ;ho beet sugar bounty law there has bien much talk of institp- ;ion of at the proper imB toi test the validity of the act. That time has come, and if any of Air people desire to have .uch a.'itest made they should ake action. This is a very important ques- ion and it should be threshed ut at this time so that we muy now what tbe powers, of the legis lature'are in connection with such a matter. If bounties of this character are legal, the peo- ple want to know it, and the point should be settled. There are two sections of the constitution which are claimed by many persons to inhibit such such legislation. One of these is section VIII, which is as follows: The credit of the state shall not in any manner, be given, or "loaned to, or iri.'a-id of any indi- vidual, municipality or corporation; nor shall the state directly or indirectly, be- come a .stockholder in any such asfciucuitioB or corporation. other Heetioo relied upon by those who maintain -the lav; is uncotistituttoaal is section 2 article VII, which reads: No appropriation shall be m.'vde, -nor any' expenditure uuthorized by the legislature, ".whereby the ].t.'xpenditure of the state during any liKcal shall exceed the total tax then provided for by law, and appljcablb. to which ap- propritttion or expenditu re unless the legislature making such ap propriation shall provide for levying sulScient tax. not ex- ceeding the ratos allowed in sec- tion nine of. this (irticlf, to. pay such appropriation or ex- within -suchlis'ciil jrGar. i This provision shall not apply to I appropriations or expend i Lures to BuppresH insurrection, defend the assist tho United States in time of war With to section -2 ar- tielo VIII. it "is ;claimed-.It pro- I hibits tho pledging of bounties jauc'h HH this. The other ui apply thu tii ade for the bounty i, lnw provitlifjjf for tho .tiiiikuK liiH appropriation language: "That hereby nppro priated the nufficicut toj Tho Htatwman will meet ilio thiKlncvor beloved the theory of art. from any mwufy -nut otht-rwiHe appro product WM If the priated. people want it, and it is constl-, lite reasoning .fallowed byItutkmal should have it; but! ihosw who hold the appropriation -'the question its validity should invalid U very plain. It is a j not go by default. Tho point blanket appropriation and in the'..should bo now it U nature of things the tax 'frtsii; we should not wait until 80DA8PSIN06, printouts entirely the coBtpany BOW making had plant oompletad It wtintd have beea to get 1 Bootst Uwy. nf CommercM Tftvctert. RATES REASONABLE. Soda jft 4 Ida Makect the Ulgft Irresistible Gln-Rfckeys and Dellctoue rhtewt fotttil good practice to limit the be needed to pay this bounty. There is no other department in which the amount is left in- definite, even for the peniten- tiary, tho expenses of which can- not be determined exactly, the appropriation fixes a definite sum. With respect to all other institutions the same method followed; but the only- limit the sugar bounty is "the the require- lijg. and that they believe good business judg- to prohibit it entirely. AFriffctencdHowe. like mad down the dumping the occupants, or affcondred other accidents, are day occurrences. It teJi.yHteA.irft, >le salve bandy 'and (here's IftAM-tM i NATURAL SINEIAL Safe THEO. TURNER. none an good as Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Burns, cuts, sores, ec- on sum sufficient mebts." ia to and plies disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25c, at Auderson's drug store. Bannock Aba POCATELLO, IDAHO. MONEY TO LOAN ON I ABSTMACTS Win be OPM 4, i 19 PttOOW, TO that an appropria- tion involving such indefinite- ness is invalid because the future could not make provision for its payment with any exact' in and in this particular case it is pointed out that the tax levy not largo.enough to cover the 9100.GDQ or more that will be re- required to pay bounties to tbe present factory and the one ing erected at RcjEbnrg. If the legislature can make such blanket appropriations for it cai to wheat or There is no limit to j application of the principle if WciMr Sigua; A special Bhart Line cwMtettnj of engine three W, to CooncU orer PA L N. Mitoft.id Oa bcwfd Vlcfe-Prwidrot and Grooml Bwncroft, doit E, E. CalYin and Division C, E, HAnma. Tliere are oiu rowan afloat M to to pnrpww of this TWt of the Snort Line oflfcialx, bat the newt penistait ouc fa that tho littk road wilt to token under the motherly wing of Oregon Sunrt Line, re- pftired K> thmt It won't toe train cm wkbvdc and tvtth. and to U A Few i'. quite -B fkomc ttwt the of tirit to M oatUiwd._____ not thought the Short lint wUl ewrr esi toe propowd two-foot grage to Thunder Mountain. ______ KUtu. Far tbe ttw Oregon Short Lfae railway an opwn rate at om fniw ftir tbe ronnd trip for tfee loJe ot fxcaniutt ticket! from all on line to any point within re- ate) to in juurfewr -MitooiitkeOrcKQs 8hOTt Line, TTnkw other eoppMir in Aamtoa Beouue it fe practically WMtara company. Became cootncta "jij -ViJ two fMtyiovBte nude. ._ for frmn Tbne to flw ywan, ftti M. Ufcmi tor aiir e? fldtt PMc tWt MWBM. ottht DntU, 'Pa- cine wttUn nditu ttO CMH point If. li04 be made to state ronfiunted with 1 brefcra
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