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All ef forts to kill the.beast, have'failedlas it seems to bear a charmed life, and the citizens are organizing.to patrol the streets and slay t e Hr ci In the meantime the ladies fee venture out at night and the si . as are deserted save in the bus! ess portion of the town. The above has been going the rounds of the inter-mountain press for some tnne past. The lion has been there alright, but the funny part of it all is the evident size of the city of Fossil. As a matter of fact, there are only a half a dozen houses m Die place, and the talk about the "resident portion" aid "business portion sound very queer. Fossil is a busy little place, but it hasn't attained sufficient size yet to bo classed as a| city. to T m More ltlotM. Disturoances of strikers are not near ly as grave as an individual disorder of the system. Overwork, loss of sleep, nervous tension wall be followed by utter collapse, unless a reliable remedy is immediately employed. 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The Woman's Hospital and In fants' Home has seemed thee 44 opening opera composer "Public penormarices of the brilliant written by the talented Harold Orlob, Workers." This to entitled young men, not yet 21 , has already an has met with success, and this production, in the opinion of somb of the best musicians who have heard parts of it, more than fulfills the promises of his earlier The opening performa uses will be given in Del oil for the benefit of a Detroit obaiity. Detroiters in the opera which new work. Tho in.erest of production will m be much iucre.t sed by the knowledge that thi' libretto is the work E. L. Shirly, direction is of Dr. whose talent in this well-known to his abounds in songs, comic fi lends, beautiful music and bright with some exceedingly good parts." The opera Miss 1 lorence Underwood, to have a part in the who is opera, sang it before the Committee of Ladies, and was presented with a bouquet of Jonquils am' Ferns, by Mrs. Baies; A niece of Dr. Shirley, the Liluei She is now studing the Se tist. f the Grand Opera I and the Oratoria, "The ! j prans parts, Faust," Messiah. o 4 4 » I * , <T ..... , . Justin the nick of time our little ! boy was 8aved " writes Mrs. W. Watkins ■ Pleas ant City, Ohio. "Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible eough set in beside?. Doctors treated him, but he grew worse every day - At leu g th we tried Dr. King's ^ ew Discovery for Consumption, and our darling was saved. He's now sound and well." Everybody ought to know, it's the only sure cure for Coughs, Colds and Lung Diseases. Riter Bros. Druggists. U .00. Trial bottles free. Tragedy Averted. Guaranteed by Importaut Decision. The supreme court has decided that an appellant from an order of a board of county commissioners must file an undertaking on appeal as quired by the statute when the t peal is not taken for the re au purpose of ! conn protecting the interests of the ty and people. appeal is ineffectual for any purpose and will be dismissed If lie does so his on raotionr This decision was announced i an opinion in the case of Wdlia Davis, appellant, in in IT. Elmo, e vs. my, appealed from the district cou t of Elmore co P county,« wherein judgment was given for the county. J he county commissioners disal lowed the claims of Davis for ser coniractor for the quarters ending April 1 and July ], 1903. I« his appeal Davis failed to file the undertaking required by sec tion 1777, .revised statutes, and acts I amendatory thereof, claiming it was unnecessary. where individual rights only are in volved an undertaking for appeal must be tiled. vices as road The court holds that costs on Did Noi Return, It is reported that ten years ago a ranchman near town put an X mark on a five dollar bill and spent it with localraerchant - Four times in six I**™ that b,n came h( ™e to him for produce and once he heard of it at a neigt) bor's. The lost time lie I . 1 g°t it was four years a^o. • • , , ° a re S 18tere d letter to a Chi< ! maiI order house, and lias not a n since—and never will till the crack of doom. bill will never neighbor, He sent no seen That five dolla.i pay any rabre road never help nr county—never of his or school tax for him, build up the town bless or b, ighten the home He sent n entirely out ( of its circles of usefulness to him. I be moral of this little story is that the man who has a dollar to spend should spend it at home._Ex. ïoe Wasn't Hurt at All. Word was received in this city Monday that Joe Fuller, who was in Rock Springs on business, had fallen under a train and had a foot crushed and was otherwise injured, grams to that point failed to elicit ■ y infounation of the accident, and there seemed to be Tele ar nothing definatc matter, until Joe came in Wednesday, when it was found he hadn't been hurt at all. about the The whole report was a fake. What Bear Lake Owes. Several counties in the state are in arrears on what they owe at the State Auditor ] urner is sending duns to the various treasurers urging them to square up. County Auditor Hart stales that Bear Lake state house. and b,lt tb is will be owes $437.50 for promp ly paid when 1003, the delinquent tax. s are collected. An old indebtedness has been dragging along since 1895 , and this too will be paid and then the county will be square with the stale. of $44.20 Some of the counties are i n rears many thousands of dollars, and when the state gets it all coll etéd the treasury will have a bi its credit. ar in g «inn to The Smoot inquiring j s the Jap war for for i the news col; crowding J'ist place in mins.