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«NAT TOO WANT TO KNOW.
uquoted this week In Moscow
cat
JIJUU«
Hicks promises unsettled weather
mai oder of October and No
•r.
tb Idaho did patriotically by re
lg tidier hoys. In some towus
ilcbrstlon lasted two days.
meeting of the medical board
istoo »1* applicant« were irrnnt
i tirâtes to practice medicine.
has moved his office to
be
Puynter
»lace Drug "store.
A Gubeen lost heavily In
J and office furniture at the Opera
ters
ttl*.
„mberof new pupil, »ere enrolled
^kfool school at tbe beginning
I week
g. Wbittiogtoo, of the returning
„I l'ucslallo, hs» decided to
t*er.
in the »heep bu.inca».
residences nearly completed
jluiu avenue.
things to look after coat bln,
pile and fire Insurance,
lur to give attention to l.,eui.
thing about the yacht race for
rst two trials was very noticeable:
no wind and no blowing
no*
Now it
fit
it
lierais shipped last season 2,500
lad. u( lemons to the ea»L Now,
IUan industry for you.
Kffle Warner, matron at the
I, sriii leave lor the cast Monday,
absrot 30 day a
|gc J. T. Morgan, of llulse, sjwul
lay visiting with bis daughter,
J. M. Stevens, of Blackfoot.
s Hatumood U »pending the week
will
of
Short
! hitch
r; 'indy a ant* to do something for ■
y. The latest at the front am j
wl»u a ant to select a wife for
*-».<■
I i .a*, aged nine years, wa
ned in the electric light race at
:lio last Saturday afternoon.
hstur Shoup bas returned from
I*
bool hoy saya he had rather he a
railed mau than a woman ttUh j
j
budget Of Hum Fork ha. gone rled
tsr*.
py
the
to h«t River to gel a lew rifle
staotclopr and other big game
igm-man Wll»n Is vi.ilrag his
kr la Colorado, but will return to
I lor a few day» before going to
liagtoo lor the »later.
B. IU* ley. one of the guards at
Ur penitentiary, was In Rlarkloot
ty enroule to l ball!* for a COO
the
tells
In
to
torosy S. J. Rich ha» rented the
kd rettdroc« and I* moving his
i; Into it
Imor tell* that Presto Is toon to
I s «Milling ami maybe a double
I* 0 «- That's what rumor tell*.
»• H. Hanson returned from a
h*** trip to Butte, Monday. He
with the activity and busi
Hfe of that great mining city.
r Nrls Christenson baa returned
I » trip to Utah mod reporta very
* crops along the rtmd and In Cache
done
it
the
tbe
fora
at
the
lw»
the
tho
It
« biggest thing on wheels It the
bonne** at Butte and Anaconda,
»»(tor train, and train after train
Ikth every day.
-•'ostmaster Gen'l Wilson, author
eWiliHJu tariff bill and -
tof the Washington A law Unlver
v trginia, Is seriously III with lung
now pros
f».
ass been
Iw train un the Oregon Short Line
I Oraoger to Portland.
pnce*thc*c latter days are bringing
practically nettled to put
W'hat <x»n
* * r e»tnonti in the cases of Ding
' u.tcr and Fremont counties
1,1 * • K. Tbum, receiver for Bunt
* ,Hn k. will be made before Judge
' * l I'ocatello, Friday evening.
* typhoon can kill over 300
rnmont mules at one breath, It
lbe * terrible thing. Ills good for
eouotry that all typhoona are on
tthar side of the globe.
IW|, y ha* gone to bi* Vermont home,
Perhaps, is singing today:
my heart are the scenes of my
A* fond
•them to view."
•jtlh Rider stockings for bovs
a

hen
'How
recolleotlon pro
At
want a F» rm Loan write Lind
L* Idaho Falls, or see J. M.
' en ', Hlackfoot.
y soino home cured ham and bacon
lh « Pulton markot.
* 1 * 1 '* l hn difference In the meaning
« two
expressions: It Is a woman's
suffer In silence and a silent
Kn »uffors a lot.
wey
enough in New York to stop
^ for two day«.
* big man at Manila and
hig
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im
BAKING
POWDER
Made from Grape Cream of
Tartar, and Absolutely Pure
Highest award, Chicago World's Fair.
Highest tests by U. S. Gov't Chemists.
1
mutton link In* powders are mostly ou do
I slum. They may cost less per pouted,
ÜacU UN b it lU cost of bcaiUk
iAKIMQ POWDCR Ca,
CHICAGO.

Back Fisa Europe.
lion. J. K. Jones chairman of the
National Democratic Committee, hu
returned from a summer'« visit to
Europe, much Improved in health.
Mr. Jonee returns with unshaken
confidence in Bry an'« renom I nation and
election In 1000.
their
four
the
those
and
in
six
Iowa,
sre
slate
or
■ the
al«o
Cwwlag This Way.
The Montana regiment of volunteer*
will be mustered out of serviee next
Tuesday and will return home by way
of the Southern Pacifie and Oregon
Short line railway*.
hitch the regimrnt should i**»* through
Blackfoot on the I Will or M of the
month.
Without auv
I log
ginia
Private Thoma*. of Co. K. First Idaho °f
First to Marry.
tolnnteer«. sis the Ural one of Idaho*«! ,!,ect
tvturning -olilior* to marry. He tnur- i
rled "the girl he left behind." at St. tbne
a
the
Anthony. Ia*l Wednesday. May a hap
py married life be the good fortune of
the brave ooldier hoy and hi* bride who '
waited and wab-hed for bUconilug from J
the far-off battle field.
test
Fr«a Manila
Now• from Manila flr«t of th«* week
tells of great activity in I-awton's com
marnl south of the city and at Cavil«,
In truth, all along the bay from Manila |
to Cavite.
a
and
All the place* at which fighting was
done have been In our possession, but,
it *eem*. were abandoned for lack of
troop* to hold them. One of the skirm
Ishea took place within four mile* of
the heart of Manila, and the enemy's
bullets fell among the tent* of one of
tbe regiments of regulars. In every
skirmish our boys droro tbe cm.ray bo
fora them.
the
the
Capt- Mills NtM F*f Mardsr.
Capt. Frvd J. Mills was formally held
at Monday's preliminary hearing to
answer for the crime of murder In the
first degree for the killing of Engineer
O'Melvcney.
the l<ars until hi* trial In the district
court. It was hinted at the preliminary
that some startling developments will
lw» made at the trial and that other
prominent men will bo Involved.
The Mills trial promise* to bo one of
the most noted known In the OOurU of
Salt l-ako City. The prominence of
tho men, the suddenness of the killing
and tho motives which led to It make
It more than an ordinary cose and the
trial will bo watched with as much In
terest In Idaho as In tho state of Utah.
Ho will remain behind
for
It
Moscow will celobrate tho return of
volunteers next Monday. One of
the features of the celebration will be
a tournament of Knights Errant. In
the evening a grand ball and cake walk
wilt be given.
Her. W. C. Price officiated at tho
marriage of Louis Oardnor and Janie
Ivle, Sunday afternoon, 8th of October.
The marriage was colebratod at the
homo of the bride.

A man whoso name Is Charles Mostyn
contract for
Owen seems to have a
hunting up oo-babs In Utah. The latest
one reported and against whom ho has
filed a complaint Is President Snow, of
the Monooo church.
Tho railroads running Into Salt Lake
City took In over 15,000 visitors to the
conforonoo and fair.
Drink Victor ooffee, sold only In 1-lb.
hy G. H. Holbrook.
LADIF.H, doa't fall to *eo Bicthan's
of fine shoes, just received.
can*
Fall line
Politeness is tbe flower of humanity
Whoever is not polite enough, Is not
human enough.
but
an'
a
Th« Fall Election«.
Most of the state« of the Union elect
their governor* for a two years' or a
four years' term, aud in order to bring
the elections on the same date* with
those for the choice of congressmen
and presidential electors, they arc held
in the even numbered years.
This it how It comes to pass that only
six states. Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio,
Iowa, Mississippi and Massachusetts,
sre to elect governors this fall. Penn
sylvania and Nebraska elect minor
slate officer-, and legislatures in whole
or in |wrt, are to be chosen in most of
the states which elect governors, and
al«o in New York, New Jersey and Vir
ginia. There are only three states in
which tbe election» have a direct bear
of
by
I log on nnlionul questions Iowa, Vir
ginia and Mi-sisslppi. The legislatures
°f 'heae slate* soon to be chosen will
,!,ect United States senator*.
i Much a* a -quad of soldiers mark
tbne with their feet before starting on
a march, an the polilicul parties use
the stale conventions iu "off years" in
' gelling under way for the national rum
J °f '1 |C following year. 1 he plat
forms contain declaration* which have
by
of
nothing to do with slate affairs, but
they give a chance for a preliminary
test of popular feeling.
Five of the six slate* which are to
choose governors have now Republican
governors, but In two of these, Mary
| Knt ] a0< j Kentucky, tbe Republican
victory of four years ago which elected
these governors was an interruption in
a long |a»rlod of Democratic supremacy,
and it is doubtful whether it will be re
in Kentucky, however, the
!>calod.
Republican* are bol|>ed by a bitter feud
among the Democrats, which has re
sulted in the putting of two Democratic
ticket* in tbe field.
So far as state issues are concerned,
the contest in Kentucky Is the most in
teresting; but the results in other states
will be eagerly watched, especially in
Ohio and Nebraska, tho home states of
the President and Ills probable oppo
nent, Mr. Bryan.—'Youth's Companion.
Some men will »(lend money for office.
Some men will upend money and sac
rifice friends for office.
Some men will spend money, sacrifice
friends and make themselves miserable
for office.
Some men will spend money, sacrifice
friends, make themselves miserable,
get office and get out again without
money, friends, honor or self-respect.
Hull A- Woodruff guarantee every
bottle of Chamberlain'» Cough Remedy
aud will refund the money to any one
who I* not satisfied after using two
thirds of tho contents. This is the best
remedy In the world for la grippe,
coughs, colds, croup aud whooping
cough and Is pleasant and safe to take.
It prevents any tendency of a cold to
rosult in pneumonia.
of
Bismarck'« Iren Ntrvt
Was tho result of his splendid lioalth.
Indomitable will and tremendous ener
uot found where stomach, liver,
gy are
kidneys and bowels arc out of order.
If you want those qualities and the sue
they bring, use Dr. King'» New
Life Pills They develop every power
Only 25c at Hull A.
for
of
0088
of brain and body.
Woodruff's drug Blorc.
the
That hat I had had had had a holo In
It.
Try some imported Swiss cheese or
"tniino Llmborgor, at tho Fulton
F. E. Df.Kay.
B c
Market.
Mothers! Your hoys stockings wear
out too fast, don't they? They wont if
buy tho Rough Rider b-and. Extra
not
you
price but extra tfood,
A Los« Talk.
A Black foot party, Tuesday morning,
called up u friend in Hpokune by lele
piione soil bad a business talk with him.
Kacb party understood the other per
fectly.
This talk may be classed In the Ions'
distance service, as the conversation
was carried on over the line from Black
foot to Butts», thenee to Wallace and
theace to Spokane, a distance of over
500 miles.
Pocatello Opera House Burned.
Pocatello sustained a great loss, Sat
urday, in the destruction of its Opera
(louse hy lire. It was one of the liest
equipped buildings of its kind In the
state. The origin of the fire is a mys
tery. Nothing was left but four totter
ing walls. It was insured for 111,500,
which was only about one-third of its
cost and furnishings. Blsekfootregrets
the loss because Blackfoot pleasure
seekers had enjoyed many of the popu
lar plays of the seasons in that elegant
building.
The Old Han't Occupation.
"It's a queer world," said the old
man, "when you come to think it over.
Yon know I eddieated Jim fer a
lawyer?"
"Yes."
"An' Bill fer a preacher?"
"Exactly."
"An' Tom fer one o' these here liter
ary fellers?"
"I've heard so."
"An 1 Dick fer a doctor?''
"Yes."
"Well, now, what do you reckon Cm
a-doiu' of?"
"Can't say."
"Well, sir, you mout not believe it,
but Pm a-supportin'of Jim. an' Bill,
an' Tom, an' Dick, an' it keeps me
a goln' Iroin daylight to dark!"—At
lanta Constitution.
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The first Mormon Sunday sehool in
Utah was organized in December, 1849,
with 5(1 members. Now the schools
number 1,100 and have 120,000
member*.
ft
"1 wish to express tny thanks to the
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, for
haviug put ou the market such a wond
erful medicine," says W. W. Massin
gill, of Beaumont, Texas. There are
many thou-auds of mothers whose
children have been saved from attacks
of dysentery und cholera infantum who
must also feel thankful. It Is for sale
by Hull A Woodruff.
on
in
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Story of a Slave.
To lie bound hand and foot for years
by tho chains of disease is the ivorst
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wife has been so hopeless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed
alone. After using two bottles of Elec
tric Bitter*, she is wonderfully im
proved ami able to do her own work."
This supreme remedy for female dis
eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep
lessness, melancholy, headache, back
ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This
miracle working medicine is a godsend
to weak, sickly, run-down people.
Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cts.
Sold by Hull & Woodruff, druggists.
to
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the
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of
Pul your
Vhand in
sac
a Lswls »bos bsfors you buy
ft. Hee bow smoothly It'«
flnUhed. No aeama nor
wrinkle* to chute or bllator.
No nulla nor n«»r« to worry
tbe wearer. Kvery part of
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J. B. LEWIS CO'S
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Wear-Resisters
I* perfect. Th» sot*, tbe urpsr. th* llnlnr th»
Antah —«T#*ythln# ahowa tha okllftit touch of
L*wta—th« rviiult of 40 ypara' ahue>maklng ik*
partenc«. Look for ou «vary »hoe.
If ad« only by
one
two
best
to
J. B. LEWIS CO., Bestow, Moss.
Low Is "W*sr Resist* rs " (Ur sal* hy
WOODIN & HOUCK
Save Your Eyesight.
ener
liver,
Mondschein, the jeweler, has received
a full stock of spectacles and evo ghiss
If you uoed anything In that line
he will test your eyes and (It the glosses
to them. No charge is made for testing
the eyes.
sue
New
power
A.
08.
Volcanic Eruptions
Are grand, but skiu eruptions rob life
of Joy, Bucklen's Arnica salvo cures
them, also old running nnd fever sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, corns, warts, cuts,
bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands,
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 25e
a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Hull
& Woodruff, druggists,
In
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Fulton
wear
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Extra
Every
Piece
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EVVEL Stoves and Ranges
are most economical in
operation — they generate the
most heat from the least fuel.
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Are identified the world
over by this great trade-mark.
Ask vour dealer for JEWEL
STOVES and RANGES.
JckVtl blwvtf arts awiu *-</'
IDAHO FORWARDING COMPANY.
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Long Distance-Fast Running.*
1025 MILES IN 1047 MINUTES. *
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Two Trains each way daily Is-twoen
Denver. Omaha. (Iiicfi;-". Kansas
City. 8t. Joseph. Atchison aud St.
Louis and all Eastern jaiints.
No trains has better sleeping curs than the Burlington Route, ft
Not even on the famous limited trains between (Chicago and New
York, are the xleepets brighter, cleaner or of more mislern design.
The cars on main line trains are equipped with wide vestibules, f;
They are lighted by gas. Their smoking ami toilet compartments ft
are untisuuliy roomy. From end to etui they are thoroughly up to date, n
Drawing room has one full section aud a single lower berth, ft
with toilet anuox.
Berths may Is- reserved on application to any Burlington Route .
Ticket Agent. Sleeping Car Conductors will, ou request, telegraph ft
ahead for accommodations on connecting lines.
A MAP OF THE UNITED STATES.—Three feet, four inches '±
w ide by four feet long, printed in six color-: mounted on rollers: ft
shows every state, county, important town and railroad in the Union, ft
A very desirable and useful adjunct to any household or business
establishment. Sent on receipt of 15 cents in stamps less than cost, ft
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THE BEST LINE OF
LACE CURTAINS, »
IN THE TOWN FOR THE FRIGE.
75c., 1.00,1.25,1.35,1.50,175,
2.00, 2.50, 3.00, and 4-00 a Pair.
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« BED SPREADS,
* 75c., 1.00,1.25,1.50,1.75, Each.
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