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I Sy " Even our I
Grandfather? knew what I
: " BALLARD'S SNOW 1
will do. I
! I A CONVINCING PROOF 1
I H of tho worth of a niedlelu Is the pure i it can effect. Every I
W oiio who Iiiih imed Ballard's Snow Liniment known that It will m
1 r'lTDC UHt-UAlATIBftl, CUTS, SPRAINS, STIFF JOINTS,
I LUKC IJURNSJ MitlRALQIA, CONTRACTUD MUSCLUS
B 1 AND ALL PAINS.
I USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS. 1
. I V. I,. Srtlli), Itlchino'id. Mo., write:- "This is to
certify tlmt t have used your Know Liniment for ten
M yearn for rlieuinull.on, neiirnli'in, I.uun bark, etc..
' H "nil In every cusn 1L hua reuderjd immediate relief
I and satisfaction."
I I Avoid all Substitutes. Three Sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00 I
I I BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. I
I I 500-503 North Second Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. I
I Sold and Pornmonded by
I T. J. Wadsworth
1 iniMmiHnnMi mmowmm - -
I IDAHO STATE NEWS
I. Iloiso Klks nic planning to erect a
$25,000 Kills' temple in the capital
H, A farmer living near Caldwell Inst
H week bronchi Into town a watermelon
H . that weighed 15 1-1 pounds.
H Itobcit Drain!, foreman, and Jack
H Qiilnn, Inboicr, were killed by an ox-
H ploalon In the National mine at Mill-
H ' bavin;; been demonstrated thnt
l.."-crj our:) run hi successfully grown '
in that vicinity, a broom lactor;- Is to
bo established at Hurley.
Wheat 1h selling at Caldwell at $1.15
H per ewt. a ainiiiHt POc last year,
H whllo oats that brought 90c twelve
months ago is today bringing $1.05,
H It cost the Htite of Idaho $90,000 to
B prosecute the case against William
H llnywtmd. Of this amount the Plnker
H ton dptocllo ngoncy got $20,838.71.
H Whllo tho rcrent frost did soma
damage to firaln In Long valley, them
H win" lie a fair crop and plenty of work
for the geven threshers now In tho
W The town of Kwoot Is having is
- B boom., A big new general store and
I a bank are to bu added to tho other
B ' ' huglpo houses of the town at an
H early date.
Two supposed cases of glandcrft,
one at Mountain Homo and the other
at Grand View, turned out to bo ca
tarrh in one hiHtanco and mountain
fovor in the other.
The laundries of Poise are having a
hard ttnie securing help those dnvs,
the higher wages offered tho girls for
fruit picking causing them to refiiKe
work in tho laundries.
In the Hat of fo;irth-class postorricos
advanced to presidential, by oidors oi
the p03tniattor c'jnoral, are the follow
I Ing: Mackey, salary $1.00; Merldan.
salary fl.ono; Potlutch. Hilary $1,100
Aaron Hoirnp, whiiu hunting uoui
Matkot lake, wirs accidentally shot
anil killed.. Mr. liorrup way a brother
of Ham Morrill), Hherlff of Fremont
comity, and leaven a wlfo and two chil
dren. Tho opera hoiiio at Caldwell la bo
lug nlteied and Improved so as to a-;-
coiumndatn tho bugest scenery, and
thf Culdwoll people expect to wllnos
' flrat-rlass thratrleal piodiictionB in
j t Scarcity of cant is working a hard-
, ' olilp on Hlocknirn In the Wood rlvm
I country. It is ssld that over fi.OOO
head of rntllo aro awaiting shipment
In Malloy, and no pmsppcts or the I in
lliedlato dellve-y of earn.
Judge Wood has Hnt tho trial of
(icorgo Pottlbone for October 10. Pel
tlbono was unahlo to be In court and
Is jot sorlously 111 at a hospital. It is
"'. believed that ho will not bo able to
proceed with the trial Ortober 15.
t - Oeorgo McConnel, an old resident o.
- Wood river, was kicked by a horse
very severely a few nights ago. One
of Ills ribs was broken and he was so
m. badlv hurt that be could not movo and
1 had to lie on In the open all nhjht.
Thomaa Eagan was convicted at
Lewiston of attempted murder of Mil
.da Carlson. Eagin shot hl prettj
,.,!'.- , sweetheart. Hilda CarlEQii, and , hei
' -3-yoar-old bother, June 20. aftr
-;A pleading with her to effect a reconcll-
1 ,v,4 Stoiiuu'li tiiiuliluM, Heart ntiil JCIdney
' , lUllniuiUs, uini bo iiili'kly loru-ulud
i with n nu'suili lion know u to druggista
I ' uvurywlieiuiw Mr. Hlioon' Htwtorutlvr.
' ,V- " llie lllilllt lllltl Rlirl lnlliK li.'ll;f xvlilull
' 'j- UiIh uuiiedy liiiiiii'dhiteh hiings U on-
. tlfDly duo to lt Hesloiatlvoaelion upon
tliocoiilrollliitf lieitrfcuf tho Stollincll,
' '.uto. A weak SIhjiihcIi, eaiislnjc lja-
ifj- , j)owln,i wriik heait Willi palpitation
r' . ,tr iniorinllt' nt pul-is nhvio iiiemis
r weak Sioiiiucli uorveu or weak ileal l
-v uurveti. BtreliKtheii thene liinlde or
1 ' . . controlling iiervnb s Itli Dr. (jlioop1
,.) ' KuHtomtlveniidH.fe how ipilckly lhit;
idliiiuiiti dhHippwir. I)r. SIukiii ol
I1 llaulnu, VU., Hl iimll wiiiipliM fne.
J; Write for tlium. A ttwt will lull. Vhiii
lieultli In aerlidnly woitli thin slmpk
vr . trial, Kohl by T, J. Wndsworth.
The county assessment this year foi
Kootenai will reach fully $1,600,000.
Last year Kootenai county naueas
ment reached JG.noo.ooo. This l an
excellent showing, Inasmuch as Bon
ner rounty liua beep cut off from tho
As tho rcbiilt of th brake glvtug
way while driving a heavily loaded
wagoa down hill, .Icbso Beamls, of Ila
sin, was thrown from the wagon ana
one of the wheels paarod over Pl
head. Whllo llcamis sustained pain
ful injuries, he will iccove".
Farmers In the 'Jol3P vallov naicaii
eelllns their opN at Roc end expected
to dispose of the estlra (tz at thai
price. Instead, they aro now asking
$1 In tho bin and will havo no troohlt
In getting that flsure. The yield Is 'J"
per cent greater than last year.
i In a baseball game played bo
tween a team of single men and one
of married men In Ilallcy,. the
single men won. The stake for which
they plnyed was a chicken supper, at
which about 50 hungry people wen
preeent, the married men footing the
James Sharkey, a Butte 'man, ha?
been arrested at Baiifylr's Kerry
charged with belns Implicated In tin
Oreat Northern. hold-Up, , which be
cuirrd wes,t of Ilexford, Mont. Slin'
key has been In tho employ of the
Bonner's Forry Lumber company. In
The KcCamnion Investment com
pany has secured rlghta tp tho Port
N'euf river which will result In a hip
power plant bolng built near McCnni
mon. Electric power can be goner
jted to tho amount of . about 4,001
hoisn powrr whon tho plana aro rar
Present Indications are that the
aBe of George Pettlbono. who is hold
at BoIbo on n charge connected w.lth
he murder of ex-Governor 8tcuneji
berg, will be continued lnd!lh!tbfj "
Mr. Pettlbone Is now In tho hospital
ind It appears that an npeialion it
J. J. Price. whoio homo Is at LewlS)'
ton, I'tah, whllo driving across the
nek near Merrill station, was run
own by tho paaaengcr train and In
Uantlv killed. One or his homes wab
terribly mangled and tho oihnr badl
itlpplrd. whllo the wagon was totall
Burglars blow open tho, SRfe of tin.
armers' Elevator e.chnncv at
"aiysalo. Tlicy secured no" cash, n
s Bald, but destiojed a number ot
Mtpnrs. They also culcicd .the Btatt
link and blew ofT the outer door of
lie vault, but were scared away ann
BoBtTroatmont-for a Burn. v
If for iiootlieriutiMiiij Cluuiilioi IhIii'h
halve kIioiiIiI bu kept In every lululto
hold on account of lit great value I
the tieatiueiil of liiirns. It iillnvn Hie
pain aluiiHt lu'liiutly, unit unlo the
Injury Is a severe one, IiciiIh the parts
without leaving a Miir. 'I'IiIh nilve Is
iiIm) iiueiUtilled forehiipped liaiuU, sole
nipples and diseases of theskinl Pike
fiiunts For sale liy T. .1. Wadsworth.
Criticism of Women of Fashion,.
Bishop Williams, qf .Michigan, Speak
ing to a New York cnngrognllon. Bald:
'Tho body of many a woman of fash
ion is often no mgrp tohpr than the
dummy in tho milliner's window
meiely the lay figure on which to dla
play her gowns, fashioned after the
latest lea!gtR act lor tho demlmond
alne of PaiU."
Good for Bllloushoas
"I took twoof Cliiilllbel lulu's Sloiu-
, auh and Liver TalileU Inst nllitjuiil
i feel llfty per cent heltur than I (W
fiir wt'uks, wij'H .1. J. FlRMt'oiie M Alio-
; kiiii, Jllcli. "They nro eurtalnly IWif
, nil lulu for bllloiuiienb'." For iU& by
T, J. WinUworlh. Butnplw freo. ,
FROM JOHN A.
Anniston, Ala., Sept. ardflOT.
Sir. Jus. JL Kiiklmni,
Deur liio: 1 tako pleasure In
writing ynn a low lines to show' niy
apprecialioti for your kindness, i"
si'iiding me "Tin; H.VNXi:u" and
otheil'avons shown towaul tin'. . 1
receive "Tin-: Hasnku" nil right
and enjoy leading its contuiila.
M'hen 1 gel it and begin to read it,
I think ol' the pioverl) of Solomon,
25th vete; 25th chapter; via: 'As
eold wateis to a thiihty, so is gooil
news from a far country."
No dotiht you ate by tills time
beginning to wouder within your
self how I tun getting on and en
joying missionary life. 1 am Well,
and strivng to roll tliw Work the
best I can in my weak way, and
the more one workv, the more he
or she enjoys working. My com
panion and I ate canvassing this
city with a population of about
tweiily-llve thousand. We lmvu
been here about two months and
have just .stalled, as you might
say. We lind Hie people, as n
rule, very friendly in places, where
we liae canvassed. They want to
know something for themselves,
and not place theii lives for the
rutin o alone upon what the
pnacher say. And I think if they
would have a little mote of that
spirit, the world would be better
oil. Too many people lisk too
much of their lives with- the
preacher and not with themselves.
I suppose such people aru.to.be
pitied, while ptobably a censure
would do them more good. Theio
is not enough of the admonition of
Paul followed, wherein lie says:
"The harvest is great and the la
bors are lew." I think of it more
than ever at present, for thu reason
that this morning v recefved
word from our Confeience Presi
dent, that two of the Kldurs hud
been released to return homo. AVe
need their help, but as they havo
seeti lit to relieve them of their
work1 lieie, we will have to con
tinue in our weak way with the
assistance of God and his spirit-.
Now, changing the subject a
little, 1 think likely a shoit ex
planation of our celebration yester
day would interest you, it buing a
little different order to that follow-
cd at home. The day being La
lKirDay, was given due' consilium
lioirbyr thet JUnal lfre Delivery
CaTrieis, who "arranged ,and had
ehaigoof thu program. The cele
bration was held at Oxford. Lake
I'aik. Between 12 and 2 p. in.
biiibaniie lunch was served, after
which ashoit program was carried
out, but myself and companion
were too late for those. The fam
ily of Saints, with whom we rue
boarding, gave us an explanation
as to how the burb;yiuo was pro
pared. A hole is made in the
gioitud and tilled with hickory
wood, set nliro, burning down to
red hot coals. A grate is then
placed over the coals, upon which
lie ' meat V placed to cook; and
while cooking, persons stand
mound with swabs, with which
they keep swabbing thu meat.
The preparation used lor swabbing
is composed of vinegar, butter,
UnVwl wcm applM. ttlth tome ix-ople, brlru
prompt r lli'f Inr ronttitmtinn With others,
roflrwmll whent broaii win hmv the SAtnoifTect.
Nature wi'touMoilly lm a veg-talj ruincdy to
relieve merr.Hllmeut V uiVn toinun. If phyilclani
mi) hut lln.l Nature'i w7 to limltli. And thU It
trkliiKl treo with rtirard to (mMliilon.
The Imrk of a certain tri-e Id fiillfornta Ciu.
mm Pn (frailrt offer s mot excellent aid to this
eii'l Ilut. lomliliuil lth Kftyi'tian Feiiiia, flip.
pery Kim nnrl.. Solid Kxtraet of ITuni-t, etr , this
uniiet'iifraiutark li si v. mi lu greatett llbo
pewer to corrftt jniirtlPAllon. A toothsomo
"niKly lMet. oalle.rux., t. I now made at th
Pr. Khoop Idlioratorli'. from tills IniHiuomand
HHMt e(Ietle preMrlpiton lt rfTeet on Conitl.
rotton, lllllniKhi .. Buur Momarli, Itail Breath,
Hillnw Complexion, etc , It IikKhhI prompt ana
No Krinlnit. no unpteant after effwtn are ex.
portaicwl, and Ijiv-tm ar put up l.i hmutlful
llthoampheit metal Iioxm at 6 cunta ami 36 cwiti
Kor wmethlnu new, nice, economical and
l efTeetyf , tr a txw of
T. J. WADSWORTH.
'Shit aifU pepper, It being used to
flavor tho moat. We wont to O.
ford Lake on the electric e.irs, en
joying the ride very much, it be
ing islx inilus. Tho -ainuseiiienls
we witnessed was thu shooting
club, the lirst of the kind I hud
ever seen and it was much enjoyed
by inysulfaud companion; ami the
lire-works at dusk, alter which we
Thanking you again and wishing
you suet-ess, I will close, and u
tnain your Gospel Hi other,
Joiix A. 1'o.v.
If real coll'eo di-eurbtyoiir Stomach
your Heart or Kidneys, then try thlx
clever Collco iniitation Dr. .Shoop'rt
Health Collee. Dr. Shoop Iiiih vlocly
matched Uld Java or MocIki Coflto
in llavor anil tasie, yet H has not n
a singlu grain of real Collee In It Dr.
Shoop's Health Cotleu Imitation la
uititlu from pure tbated grains or
cereals, with Mult, Nuih, eto. Made
lu one minute. No tedious joni; wait.
You will surely like it. (Jet it free sum
pleat our store. T.J. Wadsworth.
A shipment of 12,000 sheep, most of
the animals being consigned to Swift
' Co., at Chicago, wns held In quaran
tine at the stock yards at Laramie,
ind dipped before being moved. A fed
oral Inspector found one bunch of
dieop affected with scabies, and as tho
ithors had been exposed, It was decid
ed to order tho wholo lot dipped.
Laurel, Mont., was practically wiped
;'iit on the 18th by lire which tleBtniyeil
to business center and which would
'iao destroyed tho entire city hud not
dynamite boon used. Tho loss Is
placed at botweon $150,000 and $3S0,
net) and tho buildings destroyed lu
lid1 t'.io bank, posiofflce and two
lirge general merchandise stores.
. hold-up, which for boldness an
nerve has never been equalled, oc
curred In Butte one night last wec-k
A lone marked man walked Into n
'Plrcn, gun In band, and In tho pres
' '.cc cf some fwjtv customers rohbt'
tho till of about $3D. At th tlmr
there wore dozens of peoplo on the
street and less than half a block away
a pollccnnyi was on duty.
Tho Ely, Nevada, police, postal au
thorities and offlclals of tho Glroux
Consolidated Mining company, are try
Ing to explain the mystorlous dlsap
pearance of pay checks aggregating
ll.COO, which were sent to the post
ofllco for shipment. Tho letters were
sent by a drayman to be posted, who In
'turn entrusted them to a stranger
-Neither tho letters or the stranger
have since been seon.
Whon about to board tho overland
limited, bonnd for Philadelphia, and ul
tlmately destined for Oxford unlver
alty. England, Arthur St. Clair ol
Deoth, a student of the state unlver
slty, tho only Rhodes scholarship man
ever sent from Nevada,, was made th
victim of tho theft of a suitcase con
mining bis clothing, credentials and
personnt belongings ,
Ely, Nevada, papers are rather proud
of the. llceiiBo collections for tho quar
tor ending Scptcmbor 1. This la In
erestlng tho tenderfoot population be
sniiMi of $10,400 collected $0,510 was
collected from gambling houses, $000
from saloons and $1,550 from dance
A flock of mallard ducks flew against
high tension electric wires fifteen mllet
from Vancouver, 11. ('. The current
was short circuited and $2,000 dam
ano was done In tho Vancouver power
hmrnc. Street cars and electric light
wo.ro put out of commission for tVentj
Thu eighteen mouths old son of Mr
and Mrs. Thomas Lynch, of Virginia
City, Mont, fell headfoiemobt Into a
live-gallon keg and was drowned lu six
nchos of water. The father had left
tho child but a few minutes before and
whon the mother found the baby life
.Mtd disfiguring skin eruptions
Mimiulit, pimples, rushes', eli, tiro due
to impute- blood. Ktirdook Blood Hit
ters is h eleaiislug blood toslu. Milken
you elesu-pyed, elear-hnilned, elear-bkluued.
Duty of Hopefulness,
Tho politician, Hko tho doctor,
should bo obliged to take an oath
nevor to givo up hopo till the last
minute. St. Petersburg notch.
Short Lived Coffee Blossoms.
Coffee plantations In bloom are
snow whlto, and exhalo n delicious
odor, hut tho blossoms die In a day.
Too many of the peoplo who aro
trylngtoestabjlsh tho brotherhood of
man Wane to bo tho older brothers.
Diffused knowledge Immortalizes it
Great Truth In Few Words,
Mo Upmost powerful who governs
Wisdom from the German,
Do not hnng all on ono nail. Oer
i t ',...-,"-' .' .... j. '.' ''.' ' .. "-"v. ',i 'jj.hj 'iin
Tho Kind Yott llnvo Alwajtt Bought, and which lins been
iu uso Ibr over 30 years, lias bomo tho filgnaturo ot"
jS9 ii- on it has been mado under ids per- H
C&jC&TZttfa fional BtiporIsion (tlnco Its Inniney. H
uzr7A MUCSUU Allow no ono to tlccclvo you In this. H
All Gounterfells, Imttntlons mid " Just-nN-good" nro but H
Kxperliuents that trlllo with mid ondnnger tho health of
Infants mid Children Exporlcuco ngulnst Kxperltuunt.
What is CASTORIA
Custorlu Is a linrinlcss Hubstltulo for Castor Oil, Paro H
gorle, DropH mid Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It .H
contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Nurcotio
siibstaiico. Its ngo Is its guarantee. It destroys Won.w H
mid nlhtys FoverlshncHS. It cures Dhirrheeiv and "Wind ,H
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation iH
and riutuloiicy. It RHsliulluteH tho Pood, regulates Hie, H
Btoiiuieh mid Bowels, giving houlthy mid natural bleep. jH
Tho Children's Panacciv Tlio Mother's I'rlend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS H
y Boars tho Signaturo of M
The Kind You Have Always Bought I
In Use For Over 30 Years, M
tMHHtlim,,.,.,,,, TT U WHIT, WYOHCIT. H
i IS SOAP 1 I
I A Liquid Toilet Soap I
T, USCD FOR THE X H
Toilet, the Bath and Shampooing
V Koops tho skin smootli and delicate $' H
fr A l'arfect Hair Glcausur. "tV H
Y Every uursory should uso it. M
Tor travel ors uso, has uo oquul. fh. H
X, Delicately porfuuiud in delightful odors. J, .H
H- Bottles snlllcleut for !!()() nslngs, 50e. T B
k- lluttlea slifllcient for 150 lisliipn, -J 5c. . f H
I T. J. WADSWORTH I
J Drug-gist J
L Agent for Lehi. 9
tlL-.V jSv We recently collected $2W).()i for j fl
W?Mr W tnoS- p. Teasdel Kstate. We have
' 5'iS r collected so vera I good bntolie- of 9
Wuiued&X uoldon dollars from tho old aciotims of fl
ia'yX this estate. Borne of the claims weie fl
'JtBflawnl &nv. tl4,r,y )'ca,'s "hi- So hl the heirs fl
sSwmJr&f gy could not reuiembcr them. Wo will D I
nty r eollccl winie for you if you turn lu I V
C ff g& our claims. M
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I MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION,
(SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF HONEST DEBTS
Francis G. Luko, Con'l. Nlgr. 8
Silt Luko City. 8
"SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." B
j BLACKSMITH 1
I Buggies or Wagons 1
J Made and Repaired i I
HORSESHOEING I 1
I Main Street - Lehl, Utah. 2 S