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ttfjflk Forest Park to Be Cre-
iflfcriNfi DATA FOR
1 mY MAP 0P IDAH0
. Sshow New Surveys and
Ucryfhing Complete to
I S'to Tho Tribune.
?sRp., Ida., Dec. 30. The - Govern -JEc'r,s
lmvo re"ortc1 favorably on
! tjfcstfl purli at the Deer Flnt-reser-fBthe
people of Xamnn,- Caldwell
'lHLjndlng territory. The park land
'Rdiawn some time npo for forest.
'B since It was subject lo home-
'UtiBcitry It 's located about five
Ejt of Namna.
.jK' Indication that the Owyhee min
p, are again, coming to the front,
Erliec N'npget states that rlaim
'JK'have been unustinlly active this
Jim.jolnp the annual work on their
LfV'TSftalnis, and there are very few, If
, fcni3 pubject to relocation January
. Et district.
I Anita Trom Blood Poisoning.
Via Cox. who resides three miles
(lmk twn (,letl recently of blood
:aK a result of running- a nail Into
'I Kb; toes. The deceased was about
fJCof age and has lived in N'ampa
"frtat many years. He leaves a
i Kltfs bcen Prepared In the office
f-'viHstroyor General to be sent to the
nAHoncr of the General Land office
AAVHparpose of compiling n new map
tfiwving all tlie lalest surveys.
'i'Mlnp on and up to December It
lijKar on this new map as complete
t npbecn possible for tho Surveyor's
' collect the facts
i(B;,Bced and family have gone to
tlHreles, Cal.. to remain through the
KMr Reed sold his farm to J.
'iBresent postoffi.ee quarters are in
jifc anil the Postoffice department
riUBtL!lns for a new site. As Nam pa
LVlBr reached the second class, the
tjHill also provide the necessary fur
jBbdudlng; a tire proof safe and a
1 fjvfproof vault, and furnish light,
IiPECTOR DIES ALONE,
olfe Found Dead at His Mine
fear Clayton, Idaho.
S. Ida.. Dec. 30. Gustof Wolfe
dead in tho tunnel of his mine
i Brunea creek, a branch of
ek, west of Clayton, on Thurs
nber 21, by Conrad ICoeninger,
t ranch on Squaw creek. Ten
wo weeks ago Air. Wolfe had
! over to his mining claim to
avelopment work, and not hav
eanl from during that time Mr.
became uneasy and went over
im and found Mr. Wolfe dead.
Btated. It is supposed he was
i blast of powder, as his body,
Sled somewhat, would indicate,
le had been dead a week or
1 found but just how of when
lied no one will ever .know, for
ely end came In a lonely spot
n human habitation, the fate
overtaken many another pros
Ir. Wolfe was of German birth
powerful man of about 15 years
d was fi feet 4 inches In height,
c, about fifteen years ago. he
gTizzly bear on the trail above
ind the benr would not divide
0 Mr. Wolff attacked the nnl-i-handcd
with no other weapon
Si-knife They both rolled down
t sometimes the bear was un
ametlmes Mr. Wolfe was under
lly he killed tho bear, although
f was badly chewed up. That
nost daring encounter between
id bear ever on record. Mr.
1 been a resident of this county
twenty years, and was a peace
unassuming man and a good
'loakor has sold his ranch on
c to Tom Howell and expects
o Idaho Falls next spring.
t bath house at the Challis Hot
i completed. The bathing pool
i0 feet, and It Is n great im
l over the old plunge bntli. hi
? and enlarging the. old pool
hot springs 'were uncovered,
r Olsen and wife will move up
anch on East Fork as soon as
i's successor Is Installed into
Busier shipped two carloads
Smith of Clayton is attending
Challis is spending the winter
on S. D.
WEATHER AT SODA.
;rfc Stockmen Have Had to Peed
fl(lK KB Tlian Expected.
'JA' t to The Tribune.
AiEm SPRINGS. Ida.. Dec. 30. The
'.yuJmri .Poyer company Is putting in a
JMt, ltJPhonn line from their plant at
luior s place to Alexander, having
3K3e "se of tho Soda Sprlngs-Lago
ban been but very little necessity
-TfM7,m& ock thus far this season and
lifcriii lsa "w,1 prepared for a Ivird
M . , . have 8 lot of hay left for next
1 J5L?" inould a chid snap strike
-ilmthJ?' n(nv Most of the stockmen
-fifit i s".oul(i a hard season set in
55P&men s enough to do any seri
Pc'oinber 24. to Mr. and Mrs.
M Shipping Cattle.
'Bir 'aHcman of Herman shipped
aKSs da ?1 CatUe rrm thlfi Rtal,on
LK&J.nburg, who has been teach -Jwaa
I Bailey creek, was called r.o
,-jWT"" .." of Ills father.
iJ'Rnrha, Blor of this city and
tf IiL t 0,1 of Bbickfoot were mrir-
SK" B,an temple December 20.
tSTivXUkft fill LarSllllere is at home from
JaBCay to spend the holiday va-
p.S5ncdy ncvcr faI,s to
JHSS?a Constipation, Sick
i U B1ousneas
!1nLl'DISEASES ar,sin& frora 3
I BbBIma' Eesu,t Is SoocI appetite
K b ii atcd and eagy lo swallow.
MW No Substitute.
Sale of the Petit Mine Means
Much to the Old
Special to The Tribune.
MOUNTAIN HOME, Ida., Dec. 30.
The salo of the PelU mine tn the Bng.
uad-Chnso company means much to tho
future of Atlanta. Under the superin
tendent' of K. C. Stevens the company
will early next spring erect a fifty-ton
reduction plant, tramway, boarding and
bunk-houses. They have secured a fine
body of timber and will operate their own
sawmill. This winter a force of men un
mentXworklb0n carryl"B 0,1 develop-
R. B. Browii has bonded his West At
J5r0l,n to a 'syndicate of Salt. Lake
capitalists. A magnificent bodv of ore
has been opened up and a contract let
for several hundred feet of tunnel.
The registry business at the Mountain
Home postoffice this holiday season has
broken the record. Friday night before
Christmas the trains brought in fortv
nlno registered packages and tho next
dny there were seventy-two registries out.
h. B- Kennedy has returned from Knox
vllle, Iowa, his former homo.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mc
Laughlin: a daughter.
L. T. Wilcox Is putting up a wooden
building on Bennett street to contain two
office rooms, one of which he will occupy
H. K. Reckmeyer, Into of Saratoga,
Wyo., succeeds W. A. Reynolds as cashier
of the First National bank.
Firo Loss Adjusted.
A. Groxford of Salt Lake, adjuster of
the Hartford Insurance company, settled
L. A. Underwood's loss, paying him with
in a few dollars of his full claim.
There are several cases of typhoid fe
ver In and around Mountain Home.
Born To Mr, and Mrs. Roy Loveridgc,
December IS. a daughter.
TO MANUFACTURE ICE.
Caldwell Man to Invest S12,000 in
. Modem Ice-MaTjing Plant.
Special to The Tribune.
CALDWELL-. Ida.. Dec 30. Dr IS. E.
Dntton has about coinploted arrangements
for installing an Ice manufacturing plant
in Caldwell. The machinery to be in
stalled will be the finest to be had. The
plant will bo locnted on Main street,
just west of the Central Lumber com
pany's yards. Dr. Button will use his
present ice house for a cold storage plant
and will build a new building for the ice
manufacturing plant. The new building
will be 25x110 feel. The plnnt completed
will cost upwards of ?12.000 and will
be one of the finest of Its size in the
Big Fruit Shipments.
The report of J. R. Field, horticultural
inspector, shows that during the past
season apples to the number of 150 cars
were shipped from Payette. 120 cars of
prunes. 6 cars of pears, - cars of peaches
and 50 cars of melons, making a total of
32S cars. This represents estimated re
turns of $190,700. '
Charles Robinson fell and broke his
arm at tho skating rink one day last
Charles Paynter, deputy sheriff of Can
yop county, mot with a very bad acci
dent recently. He was skating at the
Auditorium when he fell, breaking his
right leg at the ankle.
New Bank at Valo.
The First National bank of Vale, Ore.,
was organized on the 20th Instant, with
a capital stock of ?2n,000 fully paid up.
The bank will open for business on or
before January 15. At the meeting of
tho stockholders, ex-Gov John T. Mor
rison of Boise was elected president:
Mr J. E. Lawrence, who was for eight
vcars Sheriff or Malheur county, was
elected active vice-president. The di
rectors elected arc John T. Morrison. J.
W, Graff, John Ennls, J. E. Lawrence.
J. S F. Dlven and S. D- Simpson. Mr.
Simpson is cashier of tho Western Na
tional bank of this city. '
Via D. & E. G., Dec. 24, 25, 31, Jan. 1.
Ono single faro for the round trip
between any two points within the
State of Utah onlv. Final limit re
turning January 7th. The Eio Grande
goes ever3'where in Utah.
CUTTING DOWN FARE
Cleveland Electric Railway Will Make
a Sweeping Reduction.
CLEVELAND. O.. Dec. 30. Tho Cleve
land Electric Railway company, In an of
ficial statement, announces a reduction
in fare from n cents for a single fare or
eleven tickets for 50 cents as now sold,
to seven tickets for 25 cents, or prac
tically 3J-cent fares.
The statement Is niaoe that this moe
Is made to lest the low fare offer made
by the Cleveland Electric Railway com
panv to this city in connection with Us
flght for a new franchise, lit which that
company made an offer to establish a
31-cent fare rate.
Special Train to Ogden Jan. 2
Special Train Via O. S. L. Wednesday,
O. S. L. will run special train to Og
ncn for accommodation of teachers and
others going to convention, leaving Salt
Lake S:30 a. m.. arriving Ogrlen 9:20
a. ra. JRound trip .fl.10. Limit Jan
EULOGY FOR RIZAL
Solemn Observance Anniversay of Ex
ecution Filipino Doctor Is Hold.
MANILA, Dec,. 30. The t?nth anniver
sary of the execution in 189fi by tho
Spaniards of Dr. Rlaal. who was charged
with fomenting a rebellion, was celebrat
ed here todnv. There was a parade and
addresses were made on the Luna, on the
snot where Dr. Rlzal was executed. The
native speakers expressed confidence In
the future independence of the Filipinos,
who wero urged to prepare themselves
for the full benefits of self-government.
Gov. Smith eulogize'! Rlzai.
SHAH VERY WEAK ,
Oriental Ruler Still Able to Sit Up;
Changes in Flans.
TFHF.RAN. Dec. 30. The Shah sat up
today, but was very weak He has taken
nA$?irn& Cror.t.ce signed
a Separate document In which he prom
ised lPnot to dissolve the present parlia-
"ftfe fcoUTu,tToen 'includes the estab,1Ph
mnt of a. portly elective Senate nnd
nnanclal control of the, Government by
the lower liouso of Parliament.
Message of Strong Sympathy Sent to
the Fopo by Order.
BOSTON, Dec 30 Matthews Cum
mlngs, national president of the A"clent
Order of Hibernians, has pent tho follow
ing cablegram to Pope Plux X;
"Ancient Order of Hibernians, repre
senting more than 250 000
In America, express deepest Indtgi a on
at atrocities of French Government and
express slncerest sympathy.
HIS LEG l CRUSHED
Bl 1EELUF TBAIN
Clyde Senter the Victim of Dis
tressing Accident, at
, Shoshone, Idaho.
Speclnl to Tho Tribune. ,
m.'V-H'"' laalt D?c- ao- In gettlnp oft
. roln nt Slio-shone, December 22.
'e Jsentcr fell under the moving car
ami one of the wheels pn3sed over bin
nli i5 , ho10' ,no The Injured
Imb had to be amputated. Mr. Senter
is the eldest son. of the late Gen. Senter
or Shoshone, who served two terms as
Commander of the Department of Idaho,
U. A. R
The dispute between the Idaho and the
Twin Falls Irrigation companies, involv
ing some GO.OOO acres of land, has been
settled t,o their mutual satisfaction, each
company prettinc: part of the land In dis
pute. James Campbell, the young man who
was shot through the lung by V.'illlam
Graham, near Corey recently, Is getting
along as well as could be expected. Gra
ham came in to Hailey and gave himself
Miss Minnie Wondersllck is at home
for tho holidays from the Agricultural
college at Logan. ltnh, and Miss Kath
arine Wormington from the Idaho acade
my at Pocntello.
Big Crops on the Frairio.
The crops on Camas prairie this vcar
wore very satisfactory, some vields being
record-breakers. Charles Trader or. Cow
creek had one of these crops, lie har
vested sixty-sevon bushels of California
Glory Spring wheat to the acre. It weighs
13 1 to 117 pounds to the sack and the
grains are largo and plump. Mr. Trader
only Irrigated it once. This was on the
lOtri of July after a hot spell.
TTj QUARTER SIZE COLLARITn
rfbl 15 cents each: two for 23 cents tsK
nil CLUTTT. PEMlOnY fc CO.
McCORNICK & CO.,
6alt Lake City, Utah.
J. E. COSGR1FF, H. P. CLARK,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents,
R. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Idaho. Nevada. Utah and Wyoming.
Office In Proctress bldg., Salt Lake City.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 130 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
NATIONAL BANK OF THE
A thoroughly modern savings depart
ment conducted In connection with thl3
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
U. S, DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
JAMES A. MURRAY. Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IM, 5300,000.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Pald-Up Capital, 510,000; Surplus,
$50,000. Special attention given to tho
collection of rents, payment of taxes,
and the care of property for non-resl-der.ts.
251 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG, President.
BYRON GROO, Cashier.
Commercial banking In all Its branches.
Four per cent Interest on savings deposits.
DESERET NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Capital, 5500,000; Surplus, $250,000.
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS,
Cashier. AcgL Caahlor.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
Absorbed the Salt Lake branch of Wells
Fargo & Co.'a bank.
Safetv Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Travelers Letters of Credit Issued,
available In all parts of the world.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT.
153 MAIN ST.
Eastern Office Grand Rapids, Mich.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT
From $500 to ?100,000 on Choice Insldo
City Real Estate, and on Improved
Farms In Vicinity.
Lowest Rates. Most Favorable Terms.
Real Estate Mortgages Bought and Sold;
Also high class Stocks and Dbndc.
Reporter, Commercial Sten
ographers and Advertising.
Scad for prospectus of our Troiuin D.
psrtaiont.. Stenogmpnio Boroftu,
2. S, PBKDBEOaASB. Manaaor.
224 Dooly Block.
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If your horse has on ail- In case a dairy man finds It may seem a little odd If you have an Injtuy, In the case of a Hum or Bumps, Bruises or Cuts
mcnt of any kind that can one of his cows "laid up" to recommend liniment for an'Achc, a Cut or Bruise, Scald there is nothing on on the tots as well as the J Bl
be cured by a liniment get with a caked and inflamed poultry ills, but all the big Lumbago, Rheumatism or earth more healing than a "grown-ups" are healed, I KH
the old, time-tried. udder, if he rubs it with breeders will testify that j a Stiff Joint,, better get soft cloth saturated with quickly if treated with, WM (
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itylisstamj Mustang MsMarag' Mustasig Mnasltaflg, SVkstang I H
I Liniment! Linimerel Liraisnegtt LsBiiment Liniment Liniment B
I It has been curing every- gently but thoroughly he is a positive cure for Roup, It cured aches and injuries and bound loosely on -tne this old-time remedy stop3.H flfR'
y thing in horses and cattle can depend upon a quick Frozen Combs, Rbcuma- of Man and Beast before wound. It drives away I any pain, and cures any rl
B that a good, honest pen- and complete cure. Sore tism, Leg Weakness, Scaly many of 3'ou were born, the inflammation at once hurt that a perfect lint- fl SI
H ctrnting liniment can cure teats also, arc soon healed Legs, etc. Try it before Yourgrandfather found it and is cooling and sooth- mcnt can stop or cure, jj UM
I for the past sixty years. by this reliable liniment. you use the hatchet. reliable and so will you. ing. Try it for an old sore. Also a sure cure for Piles. 't
ur nnua- 7$7 ClotLg Sale j j j
j j ys Oiiij monpay' tuesp'y j"n "j. I j I
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I Don't forget, after February 1st, 1907, I j t
j we will be in our New Home, 39 to 45 1 r j
West 2nd South, ready to j I
serve you better than ever ,v v j j
The resolution to make is to have a
ROYAL Tire Insurance Policy and start
tho now year right. If you have a
ROYAL Policy you have the best pro
tection bi the WORLD. In the recent
San Francisco firo tho ROYAL settled
its losses in full at 100 por cent. Don't;
delay, but bo ono of tho wiso and have
a ROYAL Policy, so that if you should
have a firo, and your house, furniture or
store should be destroyed, you will be
paid DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR without
THE LEADING TIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF THE WORLD.
ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF.
W. J. Halloran, Agent
Roal Estate, Loans and Insurance.
II West Third South St.,
Both Phonc3 823. i
fCar CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
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ia. CM.clK'.t!r'n I'liU In KedAN
SfPSjnil Uold mculllc boiei. scaledW
WTiwItli IllcicKlthoa, TiAc noollior.
s fu?Huy of your HtuKfc'Ut tiul nt for v
W OUI.OnK8.TEK' ENOMflH, tho
5 DIAMOND IIKAND PII.I.P, fur Bt
year' re?rd;i u Dcit. Sifeit, Al7&
r Unliable. SoM by Diupirl'.u cvry-lina.
... OkkhoHor Uliemlcal Co., i'lilludclrlilu, ('&
I!' JW V DRS. SHORES & SHOItES WILL TREAT ALL OATAIHAi DISBARS. IN- !
RV-&&&3r jrf ' OLDDINQ DEAFNESS. HAY FEYEBt A STHiLV AND LUKG TROUBLES. DURING J
fri3aV J$& 1 DEOBlfBER FOR TIIU LOW FEE Ol ONB DOLL.VB PER TREATMENT. OR915 ; W
W$fo. S fOK A 0U, MEDICINE PR EE. By mo of Dm stvarW ondorful C1V Troflt-
1 M0S5 JLsii 5 ment ther are 'neblod to euro many mild or icent caM in. a xttry few treutmenta ;
S i !' ev tho old "d chrnnlo cuaes mar ho cured for Slfi. Vihy suffer from CStarrti when J i
S .A. Xitf ,' yn en b: CUTED for $1 a treatment. .... , , . . . m I :1'
filjl. Rsu. i ' Drs. Shores alio treat und euro all ouraMe NorTOua Chronic and TrivaU Di. j ;
S A'5,. 1 ase of Men, iVomcn and Children of eTerr nnmo and nature. Dm. Shore Eye fci 11:
K Depnrtmont for tho quiols enre of all Eye Dltcaaey and for the proper fitting of t l
i fW rWV 3& bUm Is unwcoollod boinp In charge of a Specialist on Uo Eye of .7 ycaK ( Li,
358l jL itandlng. Consultation and Advice Frae and Confidential for any disease. CaJl or $ I 1
iSMHfi9l writC A Special DepaFtmenf lor Men, I
teA mkWT i coatalorl You mav consult Dcs Shores about tho moot delicate or omtarraBS- H IjiV
S : w mlid Pwho have cone to erooases-old man who find their oaxUnl g d3
f LjeSSSSaS v if SlSrru tt hav6 contracted dlooMC-tho victim of Blood j W
M PolaoTi-and all others ho need tho counsel and aid of experienced and kind- g.
3 TTAnr TTnno . ly phyolol:inn. are oordlftlly lnvllr.d .mba . - .wwv B'' !
1 HOME CURES BY MAIL avSeT6 grdGSb b li I
A IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN So ouro la the Cure under tms. S tfx i m i
i K27 Vim-sn Drs. Shores c Shore SHORES' JtfODICIlN: METHODS I Hfc 'S'
BW Jl&I I torn list and cot their JV rrunne to pav the fee for , J fin )
" ndv1c frco Cuvo In 3niall wceWy or monthly fc3 2si6W'iL ' fS i
- lnntallmonts. as the cure pro- i f . SnwS t U' '
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,, . ., , . . trouble is, or who hoa rtUlod to Hfi1 JPffiffiSlI V I 4
So-called wealcneso In men Is msres? 0Uro von. consult thetie Master jj. 'ffiaj v J i f
n Bymptom ;f chronic intlanunatiou In Speclo'llnts. fi"eb of oharse. and SiSfti S55SVk. ? fe i !"
the ptcatfiio sl.md. brought on by early joarn how von cm yet be cured. A? 4?5-sSi&5 C) I ' i
dlualpatlon or by the Improper treatment CALL OP. TV RITE. JMM vrStrS' I M
Jj of some contracted dlsoa3. A complolo 0 , iWljL&ff$&' S6S-WSsS.' I m 9
5 and radlcul euro la, thereforo, a question 8BlC SflSPfc7 (& hOF 1 s9T7-JSy -1
of reatorlnff tho prost.-xto eland to its 44 3 ,3iyi a t U r If f
normal otntc. and this we accomplish EX'PJJRT SPECIALISTS. J SS?32feSSKw S H h'i' '
p7ompUy and complotoly without tho us C',TT T h-tp cttv w$7ffi5y -KfWilSCT H J. !
i of Internal remedies. Our treatraont le a bAL1 At uij. ?t?cfeSPV 1 4 J'
5 local ono antlroly. It is original and Kouoton Bloclc, SW Main St.. op- y 1 m J
sciantific, and has been proved absolutely poslte Kolth-O'Bricn's Store, ( 'SsSFVV ' I 8
; offnctlve by thounandH of tests. We are Offlco Houra WccJ; dayn. 9 a. m. vft3i&Zi '3 7 I
convinced that by no other mothodn can to D p. 111. Evening, 7 to S p. m. ' &Z3'j(jVr 5 1 li 2' S
! full and purmancnt rcatorntion of flundaya and holidays, 10 a, m. to A aI
I Htrongth and viiror bo nccomplishod. 12 noon. , dr. g. W. SHORESj 9 J. j
bvtumiJUKnBM -gmmp. i i i ii iaoi'ymM anS97i pa j
SPECIAL CLOTHING SALE. I
000 Cults, S00 OvorcoaU, Raincoats:
latost atyles, beet nukes; your choice
Tho boot b&rgnhis in tho city.
THE HUB, BO East First Sonth.
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WAIiL PAPEK, PICTURES,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS, i
70 E. 3d flo. BoU Pom M70,
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