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Report That the Line Is to Be Extended to the Coast. The toi lowing paragraph from the railroad column of an Eastern paper will be road with interest by Idaho people : "It reported that the Burlington rail way will soon commence work on its long projected extension to the Pacific coast. The road, it is said, is not to extend from the Billings terminus of the Burlington, but is to be built West ward from a point south of Sheridan, passing near the headwaters of the Lit tle Powder river, skirting the southern line of Yellowstone park, thence in a tolerably direct line to Boise, Idaho, and across the Snake into Oregon, whence two branches will be run to the coast, one south of the line of Oregon Railway A Navigation company to Portland, and the other north through Washington to Puget sound." If the Burlington has determined to build through this section, and at once, the news is the most important for Idaho that has been published in a long time. The Statesman has no direct in formation to add to the statement made, but some matters that have been called to its attention at different times are of interest in connection with the report. For instance, a gentleman who has close connections with railroad people has informed the Statesman that he was told some months ago that a rail road would be built through Washing ton county and that it would become a link in a transcontinental line. That gentleman believes that the proposed Seven Devils road is backed by trunk line interests. It will be observed that the report re published states that the Burlington has projected two branches, one north through Washington and the other south of the Oregon Navigation road to Portland. One of the reasons ad vanced at one time for moving the ter minus of the Seven Devils road from Weiser to Payette was that it would bring it nearer to the line of the Ore gon Pacific. It has always been sup posed that the latter line would event ually become a factor in the transcon tinental railroad problem. No expla nation of the statement respecting a connection between the Oregon Pacific ! and the Seven Devils road has ever been made, but if there is to be a fork in the new trunk line the fact might furnish sueh explanation.—Statesman. What He Thought of the Bridge. Secretary MeCreary. who presided over the War Department during the Hayes Administration, asked Chief Jos eph what impressed him most with the superiority of tne white man over the savage in all that he had seen and heard daring his journey. "The bridge over the Mississippi riv er," he said. "Don't you think the Capitol a fine building?" inquired the Secretary. "Yes. it is flue.'' answered the red man: "my people can pile stones one on top of the other, but they cannot make a cobweb of iron stand in the sky.— Washington Letter. Washington, May 9.— There is con siderable pressure for the office of As sistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, now held by Col. Thomas P. Smith of Arkansas. It was thought that Quay's Influence would secure the place for W. S. Field's of Oklahoma. The duties of this office are intricate and require peculiar fitness, which Col. Smith has shown to such a degree as to make it very unlikely that his services will be spared; anyhow not while some very important questions are pending before the interior office. Col. Smith is at present Acting Com missioner and this fact has greatly dis couraged the candidates for the office, as it shows the Administration's confi dence in him. Some of the applicants admit the Improbability of any opening being made for them thefo within the the near future, if at ail. A use has been found for the milk from which cream has been removed. It is strained and mixed with some in gredients, which are only known to the inventor, un Englishman, and then compressed. In three days the sub stance is as bard as celluloid, and may be shaped in any way. For seven years the inventor has been trying to produce this material of a uniform shade, and has only just succeeded. If coloring matter is introduced before it U hardened any desired color may be obtained. It forms a good eub»tiUite for ivory in the manufacture of billiard bails. For combs it is su perior to celluloid, being less brittle and not as liable to chip. It has a creamy, glossy surface. It is expected that it will be especially used iu the manufacture of buttons. " It Is the Best on Earth. " That I« what Edwards &. Parker, merchants of Plains, Ga., saysoftJhttin borlain's Pain Hulpt, for rheumatism, Janie back, deep seated and muscular pains. Hold by Hen H. Fernish. Ask your grocer for Perfect baking powder, Iti ounces for 35c one-third more than you get of any other reliable (yak! ng powder for 10 or 45 cents. Hislie*. \Vun#t on a time some boys wus goln' down to the creek to swim, An' there wuz one lil boy—his uiuther she wuz a-feared for him. He teased so hard to see the boys jump off the springboard plank At last she said he might go 'long an' jes' set on tne bank. But he forgot, when the fun began, he'd promised he wouldn't go in; Non. when he'd cum out an'started home he 'membered it agin. An' wen they reached t hothouse it made the fellers want to shout— His muther said "how did it eum his shirt wuz wrong side out!"' An' nen he choked down in his throat, and gived a kind o' cough, An' said he "guessed it got that way fum wishin' it wuz off.'' But wen she went an' got a switch, you bet.he duin.t snicker. Y' see hs eouldnt change his pants by wishm' they wuz thicker. —A. T. Saunders in Chicago Times Herald. ! We have just what you want in ti cleaning time, 25 different shades of paints and stains in 25 cent cans at Ben H. Fernish. > tse Ihe Best Remedy for Rheumatism. From the Fairhaven (S.YJ Register. Mr, James Rowland, of this village, states that for twenty-five years his wife has been a sufferer from rheuma tism. A few nights ago she was in such pain that she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. Rowland for the doctor, but he had read of Chamberlain's Pain Bairn and instead of going for the physician he went to the store and secured a bot tle of it. His wife did not approve of Mr. Rowlaud's purchase at first but nevertheless applied the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's time was able to go to sleep. She now applies it whenever she feels an ache or a pain and finds that it always gives relief. He say» that no' medicine which she has used ever did her as much good, the 25 and M cent sizes for sale by Ben H. Fernish. Ringling Bros. Excursions. Arrageraents have been completed by which all who wish to attend the performances of Ringling Bros. World's Greatest Shows in Idaho Falls, Satur day. May 2t>th, can secure special ex I cur-ion rates on all lines of travel. This j will be the only point in this vicinity where the great show will exhibit dar ing the present season, and those who fail to see it will miss the grandest amusement event of the year. Since last season Ringling Bros., famous ex hibition has been doubled in size and is now beyond ail question or doubt the largest and best combined circus, menagerie and hippodrome in the Unit ed States. The performance is given by over 300 high salaried specialists, in three rings, on two stages, in midair, and upon a huge quarter mile hippo drome track. The grand free street jiarad»: which takes place at 10 o'ctock on the morning of the exhibition is the most magnificent display ever seen. Don't miss it. Through Service. The through service to Denver. Kan sas City, Omaha, Chicago, St. Louis, ami other Eastern cities, via the UNION Pacific and connections, is unexcelled by any other line. The equipment consists of Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Chair Curs, Din ing Cars, Buffet, Library and Smoking Cars. For tickets, time tables and other in formation call on your nearest agent or address. Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt., Omaha. K. L. Lomax, >'olice. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, Philip Clifford, who was convicted of burglary, November 17th, 1M>2,'at Blackfoot, Bingham county, Idaho, will make application for pardon at the next regular meeting of the Board in July, 1897. Signed. Philip Clifford. Boise City, Idaho, April 24th, 1M97. Xotire for Publication. Land Office i»t Tiliiokfoot, Tdrtho, I May Ilth. IM/7. ( Notfco in hereby given that the following named wUlftr hu« fik*d notice of hi* intention to make final proof in support of hi« claim, and that said proof will he made before tbf? Register and Receiver at Illnckfoof, Idaho, Juno 2I«t, IHi 7 f viz: Kc*plcr .Sessions, of Chen tojflfjld, Idaho, for the HK* NB*. NB* i*ec. 30, HW* NW*. NW* riW*. Sec. 39, Twp. fi It. 99 K. B. M. He names the following witncss<*«i to prove his continuous residence u(Kjn and cultivation of said land, viz: Anson C. Loveland, Robert V. Call, Robert C. Ueddee, Ncphi Moss, of Cbcsterfleld, Idaho. JNO. G. BROWN, Register. Kotlcc for Itc-l'iiblicntlon. Land Office nt Halley, Idaho, I March 29th, 1*91. f Notice Is hereby *lvnn that the fnllnwlna named settler has died notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said prtKif will be matle ts.-fore the Realster und Receiver nt Halley, Idaho, oil May Iftth, 1*97, viz: John tt. Rodat rs. IL E. No, rn. for the 8!4 NB>*. N'A »Eli, S«.-c. 24. T. « N. R. 2SE. He ohiiicr tbe followln* witnesses to prove his continuous reside, me upon and eiiltlvn tltm of nf said land, viz: 7.111a Hcdlekor, E>l«ard A. lied Inker, Morton Hawley, Dewaln Hanley, all or Howe, Idaho. W. H BUODHEAD, Register. Every- Day Excursions To all parts of the world can be arrang ed for auy day in the year, for one or more persons, upon application to any principal ticket agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, itiner aries carefully prepared for excursions to California, Florida, Mexico, China, Japan, and to any part of Europe. Es timates furnished, including all ex penses. Tickets furnished for the com plete journey. It is necessary to wait for any so-called "Personally Conduct ed Excursions. In these days of pro gressive enlightenment, with the Eng lish language spoken iu every land un der the sun, one dues not need to depend upon the services of guides for sight seeing, but can go it alone or iu small family parties, with great comfort and security, and at one's own convenience. Write to Alex. Mitchell, Commercial Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, Sait Lake City, Utah, for de tails if you are contemplating a trip. To Chicago or St. Louis via Omaha or Kansas City. The service of the Union Pacific via either route is the very best. The equip ment consists of handsome day coaches, Chair Cars, Pullman Buffet and Draw ing Room Sleepers. Dining Cars and Buffet Smoking and Library Cars Fewer changes than via any other line. For time tables, rates, etc., call on J. A. Collins, Agent. Notice for Publication. Land Office at blackfoot. Idaho» April 5th. 1*V7 Notice is hereby given that the following» named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support of hts claim, and that proof will be made before the Register & Receiver at Blackfoot. Idaho, oil May SOth. 1SV7, vu: Fred J. Kohlhepp, on il E. No. 2887. for the B* of NE*. NB* SK*. Sec. 19, NW* of SW*. See. ai. Twp. s S„ H. il East. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vlat \ William Neeley. Chrlstnia Neeley. Pratt Diliey, Ella Kohlbepp. all uf American Falls, Oneida County, Idaho. JNO. G. BROWN. Register. Notice for I'uhliration. Land oSlcw at Blackfoot. Muho, • April lstb, IsPÎ. , Nutlco U hereby riven that the fotlowlmr rallied settler has dll-1 nutlceuf hi* Intention I to make Bnal pnmf In support of hi* claim j and that said proof will be made b»>fore the Uetrtoter nnd Kecelvt*r at Uluckfooe. Idaho, on June 9th, I*WT. viz: John T. Aston, for the N » NE*. S 4 *otlon », E'i SE*. Section «, Town ship S«iuth, Kantre 3» East. He names the foUowtnir wltne«*eM to prove hia continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of *aid land, viz: Jud«on A. Tolman, Chesterfield. Idaho: Jo seph H. Toltnan Jr.. Mitcbel It. Johnson, Jo seph II. Tolman, Bancroft. Idaho. JNO. 0 BROWN. Register. Notice for Publication. [Desert Land Proof.) Läu«! Office at Black font. Idaho. * May 4 th. I fan. Ç Notice Im hereby given that Met ta Maria Chriatensen.of Shelley, Bingham c ha* filed on her IH*M<*rt-l 4 ind Claim No. 1710. for the Unsurveyed W*i BW*. Hec.fi.and NW* NW*. Section 7, Twp. 1 8 , It. 3» E-. before the Reg ia ter and Receiver at Black foot, Idaho, on Wednesday, the Ifith day of June. 1^97. She name« the following wltne**«*» to prove the complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land Janiea Christenson, Anton© E. Chiiatenaen. Christian Anderson, Frank Mun«ice, all of Shelley, Idaho. I ty. Idaho ntice of intention to make proof JNO. O. BROWN, Kvtriiter. Notice to Creditors. Iu the Probat© Court of Bingham County, Htato of Idaho. I s TiiR Mattik <>w thk E«tat* or John R owi.ea, Dsckared. Notice in hereby given by the undersigned. äainiiei Loyd. Executor of the Edikte of John Kuwiee, Deceased, to the Creditors vt and all persons having claims ag>tin*t »«Id deccft**».*d, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months alter the first puiiiication of this notice, to the snld Executor at the former home of the Deceased In Black foot, Idaho. Dated. March 29th, 1A07. SAMUEL LOYD, Excciifor. F. 8 . Dierutcn, AUorncy ftvEinmlor. Notice for i'nbUrntion. Isinil Office at Blnckfnut Idnhn, I April l«t. IsiiT. I Notice Is hereby iriven that the follow In* named settler has died notlceof her intent!,m to make final protjf Insupisirt of her claim, aud that said proof will be made More the Register and Receiver at Blnekfoot, Idaho, on May 14th, 1SW, vtk: Tilda Friedman, widow of Moses Friedman, deceased, for the SEq, Stic. 19, Tp. 18.. K. ,IT E., Bi M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous rtsddcnco upon und cultiva tion of snld land, viz: John Amour, A. O. Inglestrom, James Byers, Milan D. Andrus, all of Basalt, Idaho. JNO. o. brown. Realster. American Biscuit and Manuf'g Co. Successor* to Utah Cracker Factory. Manufacturers of tho Colcbratcd SILVER BRAN!» OF FINE CRACKERS. These «nods ore seht by nil the wholesale Grocers In Utah. Horn! in your orders. ■142 Houth Hccorid West Htreot, HALT LAKE« itv, UTAH, PROFESSIONAL CARDS WILLIAM H. BEHLE, Physician and Surgeon. Office, second door south of C. Bunt ing & Co.'s building. BLACKFOOT, S ! " IDAHO. GEORGE L. WALL, Land AHorne\|. Real Estate anti Insurance Ayent. Contests a Specialty, fcgrOffice next door to U. S. Land Office. BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. H. GRIMMETT, ATTORNEY AT LAW * BLACKFOOT, IDAHO. I Stewart & Dietrich, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. plackfoob, Idaho. J. M. Stevens Stenographer, in UJIU-e. Insure Your Buildings Against Fire with F. W. VOGLER, Pioneer Insurance Agt. Of Bingham County. He represent» Five of the itest Fire Companies, also the New York Life Ins. Co JOHN A. QUILLIN, c/ihpeiMter 4» — AND— PVJlLPER. iarpLANS. SPEC!nCATIONS and KüTI MATEj» given ys APPLICATION. Blackfoot, - - Idaho. ASMÜS NIELSEN, -WILL DO ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING 5 crCfl AS HARNESS. firaiTH. SHOES, Ilf ! o ••yel't. ate. V» m aï?«.» upholatrr * hair- «»».i i Louiigek. and make Harne»*, Horw- CoSUir* an«l j 9ftddie«i. Try me with what y»m want repaired. VETERINARY SURGERY ALSO PRACTICED. Mhop in Fair Store llnlliliiig. y IS NOW k it ** £i Ha* been cleaned up and newly furnl.hed throu*h out ami will run a* a nr»t-cl«*» bouse. Hot cookln*. Everythin* neat and cleun. We will Ini plearunltomeet all of our old friend* t*t T. S. .MOURSON, Prop. liny For Sale. H. Fornler, of Wolverine, ha* 200 Tons of May for sale. Will sell in quan ties to suit buyers at hard times prices. Partie» writing to him will address Presto P. O. Notice for Re- Publication. Laml Office at Ilnlley. Mahn. I March 29th, wu. ( Nntlee Is höret, y elren that the fellow [up named settler has file,I notice uf her intention to make Anal proof in support of her claim, and that snld proor wllp tm made before the Realster und Receiver at Halley. Mahn, < May ISth, IWT. viz: /.Ilia IP-,linker, formerly widow nf Fletcher Ireland,deceased, If. K. No. I3T«. for the HEq, 8 ,»,. . 12 , Tp. « N . R, 2 p R. Hhe names the fnllnwlna wltne tier continuous residence »n ?s reprove upon and cultiva Hon of said land, viz: John K. Rodgers, Edward A. Rctlickcr, Morton Hawley, Dewaln Hawley, all of Howe, Idaho. W. H. BltODHEAD, Realster. Notice of Issue of Attachment IN THF. DISTRK.T COURT OF THE FIFTH Judicial District of Idaho, In anti for the County of lllnaham. J, A. Murray, Plaintiff, Vi. W. F. Mellick, nnd C. ! Buntltiv. 1 Défont lants. I Notice 1* hereby «Ivon that 0,1 the loth day of April, A. D..ISB7, attachment Issucl out hf the District Court of said ... In the nt»ive entitled rendants, W. F. Mellick and c. Hiintln«, Tor the sum of Twenty Thousand Dollars. Two Tho,.« and Dollars Attorney's rocs, Intercstand costs of suit. îtlon naalnst the property of snhl <p - In witness whereof, T have hei hand and affixed my official this April 12th, 1*97. [sr,.u.| canto set my enl at lllackloot, GEO. F. 0A0ON. Clerk of snhl Court. >j m Oreyon Short Line By. Time Card. • SOUTH BOUND No. ft. Mall aud Express, »* 2S, Through Freight, " 30, Local Freight, NORTH BOUND: 7 Mail and Express, 4:12, a. m. 8:35, a. in. 2:45, p. iu. j. A. Collins, Agent. 1:40, a. m. 1:55, a. m. 12:05, p. in. No. " 20, I-oral Freight, " 27, Through Freight, Tb« County IU rectory E. P. Cullman Sheriff Auditor and Recorder, Geo. r. G agon Probate Judge and Hupt. Schools, A. G.Whittier W. A. Woodln n Treasurer A^tWHor wut L'ollw*U)r, W, D. Itulfukur - Lester T. Mitchell • Cha». D. Chapin i J. L Bumgarner : ? Milen D. Audrus I Robert D. Smith I 'orouor Surveyor Commissioners United States Land Office. Office hour» : » I» a in. GU » 00 s>. m. John O llrown .. ..John W Jute. Be*Dler Receiver Pogtoffice Hours : ê DiJ » m. to !:<*) p to 10 . 1 ») lu li t*)«. m. Week Day» Suu*I»ys .. M »11 cluse» al : AW p m. C. tt Wnuema. p M I.,styes • Masonic. Regular communication, o f ! Grovet itv Lodge No. / \ 33. A F. k A. M will \m*»m- held at Mammie 'yN. Hail at 8:00 p. m., on Tuesd») beforv lull \V/ un«>n each month. Alt visiting broth er. In good »landing are cordially In vited. George E'. GaOON, W. M. N. C. Titus, Secretary. GoI.HKN IlUfiE No. 24, t. O. O. F meeta on Thunr day evening, every w.-«-k. at 8 o'clock, in Masonic Hail. VUiting brother»' are cordially invited. I • Ll > E Haflk. ! JNO. N. Downing, Sec'y. N. G. i Georgk it Thom ah I*o»rr I No. W. G. A. R., hold» regular meetings on the Fir»t Tue* day night of each month at the M as o nic Hali in Black !i»>t, at 7 ixdiR'k. AU com rades in good standing ar«' ! requested to be present. J. <' Fish Lit, Commander. J i'. Porter, Adjutant. IBCRCIt KK: METHODIST: !uv J K Ling «v**rjr Hit ml* y •I It j Uwk Pntjrr j «•»n fr i •FT I rut *l IfWMlâf "V 4, Mur»4»y A ft*' Kpwi.fth \a -nar*. U y «t <1 <• 5 'A * ■ Sunday «'ho*, tili 4 or lock, Mcvtiog h 1 1 Prayar ! i j BAPTIST Krt.LW.Sonii.ruN |-rr.,h uw i verr »uiMla, mumm« «t II » cluck «ml In nvcmn«»i T ku rk- k Crater mc-i In« WHiiruUf rvrnlngal « >*> »'dock, »ami«, .cht*,|, Sun-l*, (rutukuullU I». I«. Solle«. f. 8 . Laad um«-. UI.rkfnut, I I«Ihi, i Arm *1. Lvt No! loa t* hctrbjr «IT.U 1 that lb- fulm. In« j whole «ii*l (rarllonal Tuwn.hlp Fiai, hare Bled III tbe United Stole. Land OHva, BUw'kf'tftt. M«h<>: Towmhlp No. « South. Kature C Fj««t, Idaho •< eg.. *• " I •• - 8 « •• i;> •• " •* U •• " " 1» " " M 2 North. " •• » •• 11 " IS South. The.e plot* will he open U. tl*»' public at the United State, loud « MBoe. Black(uot, Idaho, for the puri-we of mäkln« entrie. and min* Identification« on Dmert Fntrie* already made, un ard after Tuawday, May Sltb. IW. J. G BROWN, lU-Bt.ter. . 41 J) JO M .13 •* M '* 33 ** •» - as •• as " Sol Ice fur riihliratlon. I.iml Office at lllnekfeot. Mahn, April IMh. PVT. I , Nntlee la hereby «Iren that the follnwln« ■tllerlia* filed nntlee of hi* Intention name« In make final proof In «Iippnrt nf hl« claim, nil« that said proof will Is- made bwfnre the Re«lsier nn.l He, »«rer ,,t Hlnekfnnt. Idnhn. June 9th. Pvt, vlk: Jnseph ll Tnlman Jr.. fur the N-; Mi>, and N'-j NWq. Seetlnn 2t. Town ship s Smith. Ilan«e ;*» Kn.t He names the followln* wltnesaes to prove hi. eniitlnnohs residene nf salfl land, rlr,: Judsun A. Tnlman.UheaterfleM, Idaho; Jnhn AsPm. Mltehel Johnaim, Jnseph H. Tnlman. Baneruft, Malm. oil u(Mai and Gtiltlvatioii JOHN 0. BROWN, Realster. Nolle* nf Assessment, I »LACK FOOT MlUHlAt'loN COMPANY ulïiTsîl!!' r 'tm! P* I Plane ,,r lluslnsas. Hliu kfooft. Hlnghrtui County, Idali«». Notice is here I, y «Iven timt, nt n tnec tin* of the Board of Trustee*, hold on Tuesday. April I Ith. IS9T. Assessment Nu. IS. of fifty (to, cents per share „»« levii -,1 \i|a,n the taipital stock nf their corporation, payable to John Mont*mn ery. Herretat y and Treasurer. East Main , im I Muho Ht rents. Illitekfnot, Idaho, i upon which this nssessiuent shall I* on Monday, the 17th tiny of May, IW. <lelln,| 0 ent and advertised fur sale nt it Ion. un, I n u It any stock unpaid will tie pjhllo pay,nett, |* made Istfore, ♦ hough of ♦•nob r>»m»| ,»r nOH-k will Im» «old on HiiturriMv. tho I2U» (iiijr of Juno, IMry. to pay snhl a««- «»meut, with nnd ez pense of sale. - costs of ndvortlsln« JDIIN MONTGOMERY, BeOretnryand Treasurer. Ithinkfont Irriantkjal Uo. Blackfoot, Idaho, April (;itIt. I 8 U 7 . TO TME East, West, North, Soitli, TAKE THE m Build Vestibule Trains kroe fh, lr Tb« Gn»I Tbfoofh Cm Um to Operatm« through eil Bluffs ■ -mud C. a N 'tffuj 1 *' 0w " h Chkaffo or 8i. Luuls vis. (Uns«. CJlj c a . PurUsud VL O R. a N. Ou., situ b. Hsi, V» oneV. Los Au«cle. sod Furl W.Jrtx""' n XI.* A SI PALACE 8LEEPEB8. ITLI.XAM I OI.IMIST SLEEPER« PILLMAX UIMNg uks. Pentarh U*ht. Hiram liest, p„ u ,„ , Plums Car* and Lunch l ouiur^X** akiiai I lie lute iiisnasnl by the Hotel lie (fartaient. Pur maps, time tables. i«m of territory trav.nrd Facts«- b> eternal J. A. UILLMA A«,. Iliackfuot. 1 . 1 . 1 ». D. K. HUHLEY.Geo. A*t., Hall LakstYty K liu ais.il», Omaha, Neb. ï. L Lis*» Gen. Manager, Gen. r * t s » I., The Blackfoot, Houston & Challis Stage Co. (LISI TED.) ! Tiw chewpaat. lb» mpirvaal aid weal ima rout» l.i.mi the Nur Ik Ba«t and » cat and I be point* aaw*d. Carrying Mall, fawwagrr* aad Etprtw I«*« Kla'-kfiM daily at * a m tar ik* ft* !,»t Rivet Mum. M-.u.toe i bain* hratuia, Urrli«. CUM«. IbibUMiM Vi '__ t-.«"-»*»» »»» cart led to Srsi-chu» lait kutM coacbea. Laon« bmwaa ott tbe Una at» -nn ( Fut fur» bet lurutmaltMi apply tu F. W. VOGLER. General Maas«w, biacuruui. laabc. T0 LOAN! We have Money to well Improved Earns ! Firmer» make your ap|iHcatlofwa» un a» (WMsible. p.'cBSy of I»«h uo i I ! LINDSAY & CO.. Idaho Falla. Idaho ALMA MARKER DIALER IS — V j j STRIN 6 S AND TRIUMIR 6 S. 1 orrhiHtft and Hand Mc««te, filwri firtlk »4 «ni Muai« Urv*at Hua*h la Idaka. AU.» »Ttw Watehra and Jew-dry. Wa tH>t>rrr, |bv»ka. Blank and mvhFHd |u«»aa. iYUtn. MWk t onfrrtk.na, T»d<wer»>. Ogmr*. Mac him» Nerdi««. Etc. Aient 1 er The Minus Brothers Orpn. Idalio Falls, - - Idaho j Herman A. Mondschein, Watchmaker & Jeweler, Doe* All Kinds of He pairing All Work Warranted. Price* ReiMMkH* OFFICE In Curti»' Hardware Store Tetter, Halt-Hhntim and !:»*««»■ The Inlonsc Itching nnd smartitn; wu dent to theMi dim-iuws I« Instantly hi»!" by applying Chamberlain i W Hliin Ointment. Many very bad have been permanently cowl by • j is equally cfflclent for Itching P« ■ . . a favorite remedy for PÇ chapped hands, onllblalns, fr< aud chre 'io sore eye#. 25 cts. per Dr. Cady's Conditlos ^4 just what a home needk Fhpn * j Tons. bk-Jg-JSSl %gi cundltloo. vermifuge. They medicine ami tho bent In «« horee In prime condition. cenU per package. DrUß «Ut For Halo by Bon II. Fernish, Drug* Job Printing honk at THE NEWS OFFICE. PHOMITLY