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SHOSHONE. J.INCOLN COUNTY, IDAHO, MAY 8,18«G.
NO. 19
PROFESSIONAL cards.
V. BIEKBOWER,
ATTORNEY & COUEELOR AT LAW
Collections made and promptly returned.
Shoshone
Idaho.
H. J. BY MS,
JUSTICE OF T1IE PEACE,
Shoshone Precinct.
Acknowledgments taken and papers
of every description drawn.
J. S. WATERS,
ATTOR N E Y-AT-LAW.
■General p'-actice. Land office a specialty.
Shoshone Falls, Idaho.
Residence:
Office at Shoshone and Hnilev.
Invites correspondence on professional
business. Address.
SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
VISIT
T, B. BECK'S
Shaving Parlors
FOR A FIRST CLASS
mi AYE or HAIR CUT.
I'rices reasonable.
Next door to Opera House.
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BOUGH and SURFACED,
Screen and common Doors, Sash,
Cedar Posts and Shingles.
Eyeryiliini in tiia BUILDING L'KE
HOSHONE
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Will continue to do business at the old
stand, and deal in
COAL, WATER and ICE.
GENERAL JOBBING WORK.
E. W. HORTON
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SHOSHONE, IDAHO.
HNll FE00F
AND
The Land Office Department having I
ordered that the Clerk of the District
Court may take final proofs for settlers 1
on Government lands, and make orig
inal entries for them also,
■ORIGINAL ENTEIES.
A. S. Senter, clerk of the court in and I
for Lincoln county, is now fully
equipped with all legal forms and land
office blanks, and can save money to
settlers by attending to their Land
Office business in Shoshone.
A. S. Senter.
E.J. ANDREWS.
Capta and—
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SAWS FILED AND SET.
fsheshone,
Idaho
A. J. MASH,
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Shop two doors north of
Pacific Hojel. _
ARE YOU DEAF?
Partial or Complete Deafness Can Be
Due to Catarrh.
A very large percentage of the
cases of total or partial deafness, is
due directly to catarrh.
The deafness begins with roaring
and buzzing noises, one of the first
symptoms of this disease.
Have you ever noticed how many
people incline one side of their head
| to you when you talk to them? Or
who changes positions with you
when walking, so as to have the
good ear towards yon? If ever you
have then you would know how
common this affliction is.
It is a sad thing to lose any of
the senses. Yet many persons, dv
neglecting to secure the right kind
of treatment which can be had by
specialists properly trained for the
purpose, bring upon themselves a
derangement and an impediment
of the sense of hearing which oper
ates to destroy every interest in
iife, and to rob them of all the
freshness of pleasure.
For Dr. Darrin's
fessional attention has been exclu
sively given to the study and in
vestigation of deafness, and it is
with pardonable pride that he re
fers to the success he has achieved
in his treatment; and permanent
cures are often affected in the most
stubborn and aggravated cases, as
is shown by the following open
carb:
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I am frank
JUDGE MASON'S OPIOION.
Dr.Darrin—Dear Sir: Your elec
trical treatment is most undoubted
ly a wonderful success. I have
been fora mumber of years grad
ually becoming deaf, particularly
so in my left ear. For the last few
years I have feared that I would
be compelled to give up my law
practice entirely as at times I could
not hear well enough to understand
what witnesses testified to, unless
they spoke in a high tone of voice.
A short time ago I commenced
treating with you, and now I can
hear as well as I could 20 vears
ago. In fact I find no difficulty at
ail in hearing any one speak in an
ordinary tone of voice
, ^ in ^ V0Uf f
ment was a success. I am only
sorry that I did not consult you
sooner. Refer any one to me.
I O P. MASON
Second and Tav]or St., Portland Or.
Dr. Darrin can be consulted at his
office in the Alturas, Hailey, free
from Juue 1st to 13th.
Dr. Darrin makes a specialty of
all diseases of the eye, ear, nose,
i throat, catarrh' deafness, bronehit
is, la grippe, consumption, dyspep
sia, constipation, heart, liver and
kidney diseases'
He permanently cures ail dis
eases of the geuito urinary organs
in either sex. All peculiar female
troubles are confidentially treated,
as well as all acute, chronic, private
and nervous diseases of whatever
nature, if curable.. No cases taken
if not.
Most cases can- be' treated at
home after one visit to the doctor's
office. AH business relations with
Dr. Darrin are str.ctiy confidential.
Wood River Times.
Dr. Darrin will be at the Colum
bia hotel, this citv, from Mav 17th
to May 23d, 1896.
Walt Mason, the "poet laureate,'
of Nebraska, thus tells why he
would like to be a boy again: I'd
like to be a boy again without a
woe or care, with freckles scattered
on my face and hayseed in my
hair. I'd like to rise at 4 o'clock
and do a hundred chores, and saw
the wood aud feed the hogs and
lock the stable doors; and herd the
hens and watch the bees and take
the mules to drink; and teach the
turkeys how to swim so that they
wouldn't sink: and milk about a
hundred cows and bring in wood
to burn, and stand out in the sun
all day and churn and churn;
and wear my brother's cast off
clothes and walk four miles to
school and get a licking every day
for breaking some old rule; and
then walk home again at night and
do the chores once more and milk
the cows and feed the hogs and cur
ry mules galore; and then crawl
wearily up stairs and seek my lit
tle bed, and hear dad say: "That
worthless boy! He doesn't earn his
bread! I'd like to be a boy again;
a boy has so much fun; his life is
just a round of mirth from rise to
set of sun; I guess there's nothing
pleasanter than closing stable doors
and herding bens and chasing bees
and doing evening chores.
What is a Sucker.
A sucker is a fisb, is not worth
the little worm that it takes to
catch him. but the human sucker
is generally caught on an empty
hook and hooked bv the gills too.
A sucker is a hoodoo that buys
packages of soap with ten dollar
bills in them, for $5.
A sucker is a man who signs a
receipt for a carload of grind stones
only to find out the next week that
it was a note for 8200.
A sucker is a vouth who stakes
his money on the pasteboards when
he doesn t know a bobtail flush
from a boiled owl.
A sucker is the farmer who buys
bis goods from the traveling ped
dler when he can buy them of bis
own home merchant for 25 per
. ,
cent less.
The sucker is the windbag who
sits around on the street and abuses
everybody behind their backs and
imagines people get
a
A sucker is a business man who
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sends his iob work to some snide
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house out ot town, and expects ins
home paper to blow up the town
and benefit him as much as bis
more enterprising neighbors.
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a sucker is the kicker who op
poses every improvement, and rails
at every hustler in the town, until
some other town springs up near
him and his property depreciates
95 per cent and he can't sell it at
that to get out of debt, until the
sheriff helps him out.
A sucker is a smart Alexander
at twenty who knows more than
his grandfather did at eighty.
The world and the water are full
of suckers and the shores are lined
with sharks. The current is prin
ci pally down stream and suckers
must swim against the current if
they don't want to get hooked.
SHORT CUT TO NEWS.
ITEMS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY.
A Brief Summary of the News Com
piled for Our Readers.
Cuba is still ahead of the game
Edward Patridge. the great "bear
of the Chicago Board of Trade, is
dead.
Kate Durkee of Omaha says that
she was not killed by Holmes or
any one else.
Bradley received Kentuckey's in
structions, but McKinley was
named as second choice.
Senator Hill is in favor of send
ing an uninstructed delegation
from New York to Chicago.
St. Louis has been selected at the
meeting place of the national con
vention of democratic league clubs.
Mr. Bland has consented to ac
cept the indorsement of the Sedalia
convention as a Presidential candi
date.
The appropriations passed and
contemplated for this session of
Congress aggregate over a half bill
ion dollars.
A summary of the last week
shows that the republicans have
elected 608 delegates, 31S of them
are for McKinley.
Reed is said to have concluded
that his presidential chances have
vanished and is becoming corres
pondingly sour.
An equestrian statue of Gen.
Grant in Brooklyn has been un
vailed,
The most skeptical Senator now
says that Congress will adjourn
about j uue L
odd Fellows celebrated their 77
aniversary through out thecountry
Monday,
Ibe Oklahoma statehood bill is
not expected to pass until the next
Congress,
,
The Pennsylvania republican
convention presented Senator Matt
Ex-Confederate
and
veterans
Daughters of tho confederacy are
raising a fund for the erection of a
onfederate Battle Abbey.
Quay as a presidential canidate.
It is now estimated that the
National Treasury deficiency will
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amount to $2o,000,000 for this
' ear '
Queen Victoria has established
another order of knighthood, and
Alfred Austin is to be premier
, , t
Ex-Governor Russell's boom for
presidential nomination is
looked on with amusement at
M ashington.
The program in the house from
n0 \v on, ail the appropriation bills
having been paesed, will consist
chiefly of political speeches,
Seven hundred Cuban insurgents
met s0 ° Spanish troops on April
Utb. 1 he tight lasted an hour. The j
Spanish lost a Laptian, two Ser-|
géants and 42 soldiers killed, and ^
wou "^ d * ^ insurgent loss.
was- Q Jailed, and 3- n ounded.
Hat« ia the latert spring styles at
Senter's.
Picture Frames made to order at W,
H. Baugh's drug store.
Fresh Oranges and Bananas received
every week,at R. J. McMahon's
Fresh oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, and '
maple sugar at Toyer's confectionery,
Drop in and see the new lines of boys
vici tan shoes, in needle toes at Senters.
Rough and dressed lumber, lath
shingles, ceiling and flooring at Horten's
lumber yard.
Subscribers to this paper, who fail to
receive tlieii paper regular, will please
notify the publisher.
Go to Baugh's drug store for your
fishing tackle—everything in this line
always on hand and all new stock
Go to the City meat Market for home
cured hams and bacon, as well as home
rendered lard. Any qnanity you wish.
This office does all kinds of job work,
printing of all kinds, done at shortest
notice, and we will appreciate all orders.
A full line of paints, oil, pure white
lead etc. Also mixed paints for house
painting or tor carriages, always on hand
at R. J. McMahon's.
Our spring lines are now full and com
plete, with prices to suit the times. We
invite inspection, with reference to the
quality and prices. A. S. Senter,
A\ anted—A reliable lady or gentleman
to distribute samples and make a house
to house canvass for our vegetable toilet
soaps and pure flavoring extracts, $40
to $75 a month easily made. Address
Crofts & Reed, Chicago, 111.
H. M. Thatcher, Justice ot the Peace,
for Shoshone pieeinct.
ments taken and papers of all descrip
tions drawn. Real Estate and Collection
Agency,
for Saie.
Columbia Hotel.
When the tacts are betöre you you
must be convinced.
The facts are tiiat the Union Pacific
Î3 leading all competitors, is the ac
knowledged dining car route, and great
through car line of the west.
The line via Denver and Kansas Citv
to Chicago, in connection with the
Chicago & Alton railroad, with its excel- •
lent equipment of free reclining chair
cars, Pullman palace sleepers anil Pull
man diners demands the attention of
every traveler to the east,
nearest agent for ticket via this route.
E. L. LojJax,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Acknowledge
Houses to Rent and Ranches
Office next door to the New
Ask your '
;31
REPUBLICAN CALL.
The Lincoln Countv Republican Con
vention, will he held at Hagerman, on
May 9th, 1896, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electing five (5) delegates to
attend the State Convention to be held
in a New England store,
Pulitzer once acted as a Et ok e=rr
^ j steamboat> ._,
Pocatello, May 20th, for the purpose
of electing delegates to attend the Na
tional Convention at St. Louis, Missouri, .
June 16th 1896.
F. R. Gooding, Chairman.
G. W. Bell, Secreiary.
Shoshone, Idaho, April 7th, 1896,
Another lot of men's slickers and '
mackintoshes just received to-day at-L
Senter's.
Fuondations of Fortunes.
Senator Farweii begun life as a ^
surveyor.
Cornelius Vanderbilt begun life •
as a farmer.
Wanamaker'c first salary was i
#1.25 a week.
A. T. Stewart made his.start as a
school teacher.
Jim Keen drove a milk wagon t
in a California town.
Cyrus Field began life as axlcrk- i

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