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   Idanha Chieftain, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1903, Soda Springs, Idaho                               Jf j f VOL. IV. JESSE R. 8. BUDGiy Proscculutf Attorney Bear Lake County, PARIS, IDAHO -FIRST. National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. A. MURRAY......... D. w. BTANDROD.....................viM-PrwUton WH. A. ANTHE8 .................................CMktW I. K. AMTHES Bannock National Bank POCATELLO, IDAHO. CAPITAL STOCK, I.VMAN FAROO......................President K. MAX80S..................Vice Prenldent !KO. E. FORD..........................CHDhler HOARD...................Amt. C. H. Jeweler Full Line of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. FINE WATCH REPA1R1HG Whitman 110 MBom Co. lerckant Tiitors fit fierton's Supply Store: ACENTa. 4ai and IsW are dlsaaaaeTbjr ideal Rooeevatt in his eanual message to ooagrets and the at titade of the toward these jprweri is defined. As this tt tttelaflttees sage before ptasatefctisl this latest ottelai statement of the president will no doubt be used for campaign The president Says, "We nise this to be an age of federa- tion and combination, in which great capitalistic corporations and labor unions have become factors of tremendous import ance in all industrial centers. Searty recognition is given the far-reaching, beneficent Work which has been accomplished trough both corporations and onions, and the line as between different corporations, as between different unions, is drawn as ic is between different individuals; 'hat is, it is drawn on conduct, he effort being to treat both jrganiaed capital and organized abor alike; asking nothing save hat the interest of each shall be brought into harmony with he interest of the general pub- ic, and that the conduct of each shall conform to the fundamental Hies of obedience to law, of in- livid ual freedom, and of justice and fair dealing towards all. Whenever either corporation; abor union, or individual disre- gards the law or acts in a spirit f arbitrary and tyrannous in- with the rights of thers, whether corporations or ndividuals, then, where the Fed- ral government has jurisdiction, t Will see to it that the misoon- net is stopped, paying not the slightest head to the position or i in one dlrtcekw a aa. aWi laW flaf bandllnge end tiiasalji meats, wtteh occur in mktag a sfngte Krnpp plate, take abewta aad between ancfa balidtaga ai the open-hearth structnrev wWeh te 111 feet wide by 1 feet ia length; the machine- 116} feet in width by feet in length; the armor forge, 860 feet in length; and a face ha ing department aad plate maehiae shop, which are bat little less in site, farther elements of expense are the large percentage of losses which is liaeto to occur, the first cost of the erteastve that dfht, and the fact that new aJat iKproved of may at any tine reader thtfplsBt more or less ob- solete. greater cost of the KrnppraHioria largely compen- sated for its atveh greater re1 sistinf qualities, whiefc- make it possible to give eqaal defensive qualities for 20 to 25 per cent ess weight of armor. Hardware Dry and Shoes Lloaccd Oil Grain C, G. RO85 frt" at in -nf Disease ___. union or the individual, but only to the one vital is, the Question whether or not the con duct of the individual or aggre- gate of individuals is in accord- ance with the law of the land. "Every man must be guaran- teed his liberty and his right to do as he likes with his property and his labor, so long as he does not infringe the rights of others. No roun is above the law or be- low it, nor do we ask any man's permission when we require him to obey it Obedience to the law is demanded as a right; not asked as a favor. It is believed that the pros ident's attitude toward capital and labor is indorsed by toe general public, and shows that be has no fear of the great cor- porations or the powerful labor unions, and la determined to up- hold the law. In hit annual report, just made raplic, Secretary Shaw of the treasury department, declared hat our currency system has ust passed through a serious risis, but that all cause for aa> irehension is over. Speakiag n currency reform, he said, 'One well .recognized weakness, lowever, has been strongly currency system s non-elastic. It doss not re- pond to the varying needs of seasons or of localities, or of hanging conditions of business. This admitted defect should be resaedied. Bat in remedying it no measure should be considered aav reefly. It to any address for It ia evrpristng how eaatly caa be eo cheaply. Mb pVajMten to ortfee storms r'tm lOAat _. in AVUvf luHt 'ol Hicks Almanac and Hicks splendid paper. Works, Both are sent one dollar a year. Word is among the best AjpHeen Like the Almanac, it is too well to need further common- Few men have labored faithfully for the public or found a warmer place in of Me people. Send Word and Works Pub- 2201 Locust St., St. i, Mo. frdleaw far StoeJtmem, CemmerrM RATES Soda Springs, Idaho. -JwsVJU. Tfcose who wffl persist in clos- ears against the con- tiaaal of Dr. 'sNew for Con- saatption, wilfluive a long bitter flgjft with their troubles, if not enaM earlier by fatal termina- Uoo. Read what T. R, Beall of Beatt, Mies., haa to say: -Last feUaiy wife hasV every symptom of eonsnmption. She took Dr. Klag's New Discovery after everything eisehad failed. Im- pffv came at once and bottles entirely cured her." teed by Anderson's drug i. Price 60c aad f Trial NATUttAt LITtHA WATBft tnt) ItoM Irresistible MMT-K-HrMSIMi 1 fat It fOAfMIA ta. NAIDiAl WBALf now no meat should be injected that will cause distrust or doubt. Fortun- ately, at time no re- cipient of any of our several forms of money stops to exam- ine its character. It is all known as gold, for the government is to maintain its parity with gold. No act should be passed authorising the issuance of anything less safe and secure." He estimates a decrease In the surplus to for the present fiscal year, and a deficit of for the year ending June This deficit will probably silence those who are now demanding tariff revision. ACA0BBY OF IBAM An going the to gettle onee and race problem, ago a colored maid of skin to be THWJ. TORHEa, Bannock Abstract Co, POCATELLO. IDAHO. MONBY TO LOAN ON LAND ENTWZS, FlltAI, PaOOVtt, COKTaWWl, Wttk ATTEirDJB tO PVOKPTLY. ABSTRACTS AND Baxamn BKAKQK Omnts Wffl beopoc Oseeiaaee 4.4, baalybur pbysiciaos are now greatly alarmed because the skin all around the burns is turning blsek. are afraid the lady will soon be entirely black skinned. Now of coarse, says this particular woman, but think of the great benefit to the world. The negro question could be once aad for all speedily and effectu- aliy solved. All we would have to do would be to give a little of our white skin to our colored brethren, and nature and time would do the rest. What an easy IP IwfCM paid Mr Adf M Nov. u. tWi. Titrr (tlflrrkwwl MM MMl I! nKt nt mi IM> M ekfiMlr, n M O. pNr MM nf AXHOR PIATX COtTtT. The geneYal public has always been mystified at the extremely high price paid for armor plate. According feUbe Iron and Stoel Number of the Scientific Ameri- can, the most important item is the great length of Uoo required for the successful manufacture of a phrte; for, on an average, every plate ia being constantly worked upon, either in furnace, forge, machine shop, or anneal- ing and tempering department, fora continuous period of nine months. Other causes of high cost are: the large number of separate operations, the fre- quency with which the great must be transported, aad the distances over which they must be carried in their Journey from one department to another. To illustrate the vast scale on which an armor and gun steel works is laid out and the distances to be covered f -om shop to shop, we may mention that the whole establishment of the Bethlehem Steel Works ex A Htenrr Jodety an bees Mi4 otkcn be formed before the clop of the yew, The MW ito fleet prilO' Mr. Hill ase oksife of the BtutcUu. Both foutbeJl sad buketbtll tessw visited the pbobifrnpfcer, aad we hope to good fronpe for our now ostelugiw. wwk-webai raaMWoe ABMBC UMMB were, ftrr. O. a of who gftve oe sa ooiOsat talk Mr. Hurry P. Hoai- ef LlatMia, JNsbrMka, wko re- rarv Mr. nee P, KJUM. ftueideat of Itw fioMd of Mn. PndeO ttw aMsen frow Si Jowpk's ecaooL A. Osllof SofeflDrtaeVsad Mr. Rfok- F. DojVi of PoceAelkx Tkte year we to AoeUe tail A Cfstiy Blunders are sometimes very expensive. Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake, but youH never be wrong If yon take Dr. King's Mew Life pills for dyspepsia, Airiness, head- ache, liver or bowel troubles. They are gentle yet thorough. S8c, at Anderson's drug store. fe% Gerraaoia Life M M ,r OP NEW BMSOM It hw gnttet per SjflOS OOIIIMAJ ia sad to BamoM jmokoaur WeHH aadaomOMan. Otemm ash loan valtxs nod prtd vf imataace two {MjiiMiito are made. In other aosqwatw UMM optfaef an Mi, for from Three to Five yean. AM IM IHqrtM m tha'jmripMHi grtttmn ta IT c Gcrmianla Life Insurance ef new voaav THOS. B. JKHEfira. VtaHtM XMMaw. M, B. WIULASMV S JCI 4 UtoMl tn mm M w ivtnMMMltM. for J. n H. O.i jMt Moon, V. G.: Jan taisrkiii. R. 8.; T, W. F. a J. O. aokauatr TMK wtn AfflMl Itar aow wMle prkw 4own tatr wttaf kwpm. S3.00. Stock ardw D. WoopAkU Dvpot. far UMls j W. B niTfmm, Bos it, Mmtetaer, V. Cj Bomtar. R. C.: like mad down the street danping tfee oecupaate, or a hand red other accidents, are every day It be- hooves everybody to have a re- liable salve handy acd there's BOM M good aa Bucklen's Arnica naive. Barns, cats, ec and piles disappear quickly aader Mmibing effect. Anderson's drag store. It will only cost one cent bay a postal sed wad to York TrlbwM Vtrmtr, Hew York dtr, for frsf IMctmctf copy. Tbe Jfew Tork Irfbeee DsreMr to s JMtsssf AKrioahenl tar sal tfehfiaT ettal aTTaJfT fAMV MtfarfeW alaaaMlV AflaA of leefiMMitf. .TOO It TOO MOU9 It wfik fovofitstaal atrmpseer. TaaOi srf fm ovnOfJaS HaaVDU M at CaWVaana. voar WL M isle this HI p0f swffaWffwIi'L Why Use a Rubber Stamp en <2 iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr   

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