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Twice-Ä-Week
Wednesdays
and Saturdays
VOL. 15.
BLACK FOOT, BINGHAM COUNTY,
IDAHO, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1901.
NO. 04
Christmai at the Asylum.
(,'brUtiiiit* la probably the most wide- '
1 » observed and the mo.l enjoy «bl« of
JJL holiday», nod nowhere bit
•«U-utued with more eagerness than at
Ihes.ylum. Many of the Inmates nave
Itarccil to look forward to Christum«
st a tune of rejoicing and for weeks 1
before hand these grown-up children
anticipating the delights of the
I
»re
Christina» tic**
After« dinner of seasonable dulica
tir*. «II of the pattem« who were able
to leave the wards were gathered in
ike amusement ball where a fine fir
brut under the weight of tokens of
irw
lote for the afflicted ones sent from far
sad near.
Candy, nuts and fruits In gay colored
bp sere distributed to nil present anil
lhe tarions gifts were examined, ad
mired and compared with genu tse eo-j
jay trie til. Dull eyes brightened and
■«ary faces grew animated and it was
, - i , . ,,,
gooil hi «*< how this pleasant hour lift
ol. fur a sliort time, the cloud from
their lives and made them feel that
they were like other folks having a
;
'Yt»S Christmas. 1
Thi Pocatello Shops.
After « number of hitrhr» iiu) delay«
ttivt-iiotud htt* leea Id fur the tno«l
important |«ir| of the con »minion of
thuir« OrrifiNt Short Line »hop» at
IWatalio. Tbli lt»fo«**»»Uoö ha» been
fifco »Mit.
Th« SUV
essful bidders are Grace A
The figure» are not
■lie. The entire ahop» «III oust
The iuntract lei to the ( hi
i include» the car shop, ma
Hide ul Chicago.
fitjtf.tUI
e**o Ortt
Ckioe thor sf *t
-* ur> I In
Tb® wjtttmUir» «Ml lN?gln work a» '
aaua a* (••»•it«!«*, atxl |»a»tl U»»ard »
lt U
«*.{»>!-•»«* «■ tihlii tbo )var Iî«KÎ
: that a large lure«? «»f no*« will
be empL»>»*d on tbv «'ouitrurtiMti ou t»r
after the flr«l of the year-**-t'«|d*
tal Ne»«
I« j
Education ot tho Filipino*.
Klj it'on In the l*ht|l|»pit|t*i
treated at tenytli In lbs «eellott
Ptiilllppliin
iuin't report iu««l«? public this week.
It th<
Urn
CtMOMli««
, a widespread dclie f
It* is-ople ul itie island to lew» the
EngOsh iaiig-iage a. rapidly at laasth!«,
M»ir ..I * siiie aptinJo for .,-qulr-'
1»* It There «re over I50.0UU Filipino
pal- 1. enroiled ,he prim.., »chi..Is
among
The
«•liuii.tied by the govorument.
eon,no., mi recommend« that at leaat
3x> non- Am-irlcan teacher, sent
future «p|srintmeiii.
out «n i
»h«a!,l I».
•»Jr*
■-onflui-o |u yituug men. well
trained, id good character and willing
lu eadar« soma discomfort* and bard
Stop.,
The eommlosloa suggest» that when
Mw pdbiic school» in thoroughly or
(*ni/".| U may hr well to hold out the
Privileg» of some year» of re»ideni*e In
•n Aui-rw-an institution of Irarnlng *>
» reward for extraordinary achieve
•eot. •
!
Masguorads Ball.
The !Da**kfmit order of Mmlern Wisal
•»*« wilt give h grand masquerade l**ll
•« the
Order
Thom ;
•aki n ot «II |o attendance «I 11:30.
o|>er« lions**. Now Year'»
your cos I uni", from Miss Mari
eve,
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ill be
A flash light photo
A Good ( (High Medicine
? find Chamberlain'« Cough Remedy
•n "«'ellenl medicine. I have tie, n |
g from a revere rough for ;
1 months, and It hs* effected « j
the Uacette. TmiwismOis. Australis!
trm,
1,
•lie er
ls*t tWl
rur,-.
I hate great pleasure In
»"'"ling R.- W. C. WocKNKR
Hie opinion of one of our oldest and
•»"«t ! <■-peeled resident«, und has been ,
.. . «'*•>•• in gmal faith
'"her. may try the remedy and l«> »**'n -1
" h
This :

Eastern Tourist: "My gracimi« I j
^■ Mh " win,, , ' ,ow lhU W,, - V r ll p a rs I
Oenlal
Un
in lilaekfiKit?"
"Nope! Hometlmes
* r t>und. «nil blows the other way
it turns
!
!
Junes:
l*"lla Pringle company g«v
the best acting over seen
*nd their wealth of scenery' has novel
surpassed.-Inter Mountain.
us some
In Hutto
"
( '"l. Dewey lias laten advlnod by his
Physlelans to change climate for »
l| ine and will s|w*nd about si* week* In
^nrida or Los Angeles. He I» now In
Mich I
tfun.—N:iimm IjGildpr.
Christman In lllackfoot and vicinity,
**'»•> generally observed with the
l.y both
bored
staid
Jniing ami „( di , mi | will he
*' l h pleasute for years to come.
enjoyment
sheer and
•einem
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LOCAL CAMERA.
Brief „
Bn * f Para 9raphs About Mon, Women
and Events—Items Caught Here
and There.— Coming and Going of
People Who are Known in Black.
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A light rprinkle of " the beautiful"
came just in time to give us u
Christmas.
County Attorney Stevens
*'hristuia* iu Boise,
wliite
spent
Mr,. D R. Jones has returned from
r visit to parents in Salmon City.
James Gray came up from Pocatello
to spead ChriMtua*
friends.
he
Grove City lodge of Masons will in
«lall new officers this Friday evening.
« "bile school will open Thursday,
j #llUiUV sj *
'ith relatives ami
in
Young and brother, John,
; »lient Christina* iu Blackball
A. N,
Anderson and wife of laist
River were guests of Mrs. Hafer, sever«!
day» of the week.
W E
Five o'clock in lb« morning is usually
the coldest lime of the duy at all sea
«on« of the ji'iu*.
Kdtia I>avU t inted friend» in l\x*a
tetlu, Thursday.
!
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Number 18(105 draws the fine piano
at lllethan's.
Mrs Presto Burrell of Presto, was | _
, .j
re|»iitcd seriously III several days this I ,
• eek.
A large niutilier of young people at- j
■ml at James
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The «octal meeting of the Current |
' tended « Clin «Una#
Kinney'« Cliri»titm« evening ami bad a |
liirrry liait?.
Tb« Italy« of Mason» of l # «>cntello j
bave decided on plan« for a Ma««»ntc 1
temple, to be ihree*«lone» aud to «*4»»l j
|2a»,000.
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MU* Blanche Jones left on the morn- j r
ing train Tliut>day, f«»r an extended !
j visit to relatives anJ friend« in Ark an*
***d Viryiule.
Brent Club will tat held at l lie home j
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The Dead Utl.r Office ha« rcerlved
•* x ' ral "'««*«• «<'*
*>■' childish harn.» U, "Mr Santa Claus
slid "Mr. Kris» Ki iugle.
,,f Mrs.Miliick, this (Saturday)evening. ;
Dec. 28ih,
,i, tiuqueut January ttth.
date cost» and |ieiialtlu« will •«> added.
1901, become
After that
Taxes for the year
Thecoulrael for building the Poca
tello Academy «ill he lei next Tues
day.
y
A one-fare rate to Huntington i* of
fered teacher« whowi.il to attend llie
elation at Moscow, Dec. 31st
Hi «le a*
to January ,ilh.
Au Indian squaw 128 y ear, old, died
Wisconsin last Sunday.
• veral noted bucks.
Slie was
! the mother ol
Tlie Christina» hall given under the
of the Modern Woodman at
was a
auspict
•ra house, Christina» night,
, iMK'ially und financially.
"i"
»■e res
Pringle
*IO,tKH)
Jolly Della
excellent etmipauy
Don't forget
jand her
»dually invested to amuse you at the
I ()|H*ra House.one night, popular prices.
The pioneer« of Latah county. Ninth j
! Idaho, will hold mi minimi reunion on
The association has
„lauil 3<K) members. |
n | ^ number of young people from ;
; m„ckfiK>( attended the Chrlstnias ex
« j ( , r( ,j. |i4 „t tin* Preshy icrinn mission on
the reservation and'had an enjoyable |
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New Year's Day.
, -heist ma» cvr
„„s much enjoyed
-1 ««' l , the beat
h :S=r=^....
the »oImhh h
:
time.
The cun tut a given by members of tlie
WHH

,id one who was present.
reived the sad
i
I j Geo. de(t|h ,,f his aged
I fathi'Hli Carolina, Sunday.
wt one summer In Idaho a"' 1
of our
Mr. Hum
garner s|>>
! will lie remembered by many
! citizens.
The Sahlmth schools of Black foot
rtoinments ( 'hrlsttnus
» honored with crowded
gave pubic'
eve and
ente
ert
audiences. Appropriate programs were
.„dered after which presmts. cm.fee
distributed.
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Il,merles and fruit «ero
Much joy and caïd oheor was
children and parents.
miiiilfesl
»
ed «meng
A girl lodo general house
for a good
Wanted
work,
girl.
dence.
Good wages given
Inquire .it D. II. ...
i
the ponderous Coal Breaker In
fall operation In the Diamond lireak
.cod by Jolly Della Pringle
nt the opera house Jati.Sd.
S»>U
DOCTORS' BILLS $100,000.
Washington, D. C.—The question of
compensation for the surgeon« and
physicians who treated President Mc
Kinley during his fatal illness is now
delng mooted, on this case the legis
lative expert are looking up the prece
dents.
President Garfield lingered eighty
days. A board of audit finally agreed
to compensate the surgeons and physi
cians in the following propartions: Dr.
I ill»*,$K,500; Dr». Agnew and Hamilton,
$.»,000 each; Drs. Reyburn and Boynton
#4,000 each, and Dr. Susan B.
»3.000.
Ediddll,
The board h!m> allowed differ
cut parties »5929 for services and
piles, including #1,590 to the Central
railroad of New Jersey an 1 $2,192 to C.
Jones of Elheron. Extra compensation
was allowed to certain government em
ployes, and the total expenditure was
#57,000.
it is estimated here that an appro
priation of more than *100.000 will be
sup
asked from Congre»*. Vr. McBurnep's
bill is expected to be at least #25,000,
and the other phy.iciaus will file claims j
in proportion.—Philadelphia North
American.
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The following Chrlstm is program !
was rendered Christina« evening at tile
Presbyterian mission chapel, near Ro»»
Fork
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Christmas on the Reservation.
Alex Watson opened the services
! with prayer after which appropriate
j addresses were mafic by Agent Cald- I
| _ -, ., . , ,
well and Mrs. r tost president of tl
I , n ( 8 ,i 0 „
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After a song by the congregation,
j Citas. Tetohy, arose and spoke iu the
Shoshone language as follows; "I am
to-night. I cannot tell
! what w ill happen to morrow, none of
j U» cun tell that. Every morning that
we awake we thank our Maker. I lie
that Jesus makes us better. !
j When one tells us the truth always,
j we believe them, for we know they arc
I believe the Agent because he'
Thal L ali 1 have to
After a song by the quartette from
| Rl *' ok, ° o1 - > George spoke as fol
"\W believe w'iai we tell other*
timt we would Ilk«» for their to join n*.
| not xrsgry
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1 lieve uo
j r | tf |,t.
! tells the truth.
Huy.'*
j *°w«:
I hope you will all lik«Mhe church and
' •
I do hoi»«* xiu will appreciate Unbuilt*
1 11
i most of vou will receive. Many of you i,
• • *
will be welcome at Alex Y\ atson a
... w " n!,rrow for ,linm ' r - Al, * x w
for the Father, he heome a Christian
of his own accord and believes « ,
he "«vs in regwrd to i-cligtoii. Hedont
expect anything from you for the big
dinner he will g.ve you, he only wants
you to eall that he may talk with
He does not do this to mislead
, t
;
y
voll at all, hut for your good; this work
nml this church belongs lo every
, ,, tI .. !
Indian on the Fort Hall reservation
that will join us and be a worker with
ns.
Mr. Ulakeslle of Ross Fork, repre
sented Santa Clans and after amusing
tlie children for a short lime lie disup
pcared for another year, and the large
tree laden with presents were
i
The program closed with several Nez
Perea Indian song* which amused the ;
nou-church members from tlie rescr- ;
a
evergree
distributed to all present.
vallon. — Interpreted by P. E. L.
j |,, K , llUd | 0 Advance.
Big Suit Filed in Bannock County.
!
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Mr*. Mary A. Barrett, through her I
attorneys, Judge Reeves und S ('. Win
| tars, yesterday filed two suits in the j
; district court against H. O. Hnrkuew. |
One for $I00,(KKI against him as trustee ^
of the estate of Catherine Harkuess, j
| his deceased wife, and the other for |
various sums set out in eight ('" ,ls '' s i
j of complaint for money loaned l 'Y '
I plaintiff to defendant, amounting in all j
I ta several ihotiBund dollur», mostly uvl-j
dclicu liy notes.
The suit for $100,000 sets forth that
one, Murphy, gave a trust deed In cel
i
tain parties for the benefit of his wife,
Catherine, uf a toll road extondlng
through McCammon to Montana. This
wife, after Murphy's death, laseuine
the wife of Mr. Harkuess, who, it is
alleged, accepted the trust under the
deed for llie benefit of hi» wife. Mr».
Harkuess died, and Mrs. Barrett, who
is a sister, claims that no accounting
«vas ever made of the trust, and that h
1
profier account,lug would show the
property worth #100,000, her share of
which she claims under the law of the
state.
Judge W. A. Sample requests THE;
News to convey to friends and neigh
hors liis sincere and heiil'Uelt thanks
for many nets of kind lie»« und sym
pathy extended to Ills family during
their recent bereavement.
Sixteen pounds evaporated prunes for
#1.00 ut Holbrook's.
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In
I Pure ßrspe üicam ot Tartar Powder
•DR?
9
ful
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Highest Honors, World's Fair
Hold Modal, Mitu/infer Fair
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No price can lie quoted for an "assay j
of urf '" 1,8 everything in that line de- j
OD Individual requirements. j
j run fr,,m 50 cenls '« *>0.
not ** matter of competitive bids; belter
I
it , to,
( heap as- i
say eta are sometimes very dear. A I
I good assayer can t afford to do "cheap'' j
! 1« »etiding o.es lor assay U is I b
w, ' to sule " f llie 8an, P le8 arld
"eees-aty to tell the assayer for wbat
n,elal ° r metKls the sani P'es are to be
j uH-suyeu. A sample weighing eight j
jounces is usually enough. Assaying is j
an art in itself am) the artist earns !
It is
paya first-class assayer a good price
and get accurate results.
I
; what lie charges.—Mining aud Seien
! lilie Press.
The publisher of The News acknowl
edges with sincere thanks an annual
pass from F. W. Vogler, president aud
general manager of the Red Rock, Nal
mon and Gibbnnsviile stage' Co. We
hud the pleitsure of making a trip over
! Mr. Vogler's stage line and can say he
has one of the best lines «(»eraled in
the West. He ha- the Concord stages
anti drives the liest horses. He is now
making arrangements to carry passen
gers and traffic to Thunder Muunluin
goldfields.
of
I he lk)i«e CUy conoc'l has passed an
ordinance prohibitiny saloons within
. . f . . ..... Ä a»..
400 feet of any church or school. Any
. .
enemv of a pro|>erty owner In any
i, , . . . . , „ ... j
block where a saloon is located can, by
. . . ... I
-o|»eiiii)y u siiiyin^ school, or even a.
dancing school, com pel I the saloon to
„ vun|(x)se The lirilinMe , U s0 j
, ly drawll lhal U adm | ti of just this con
Blnll . li<mt Hnd the court8 would be so
wm )w lo pule .
DELINQUENT NOTICE.
'rHK HAST BRANCH lit. ACK FOOT I RBI- i
nation o.m.|«..y, a corporation>- location j
! of principal place* of business. 1) lark fool, ,
Hlll „ h » ln C)lullly . i dallo .
Notice ttîere (»delinquent u|*on the following
described sioek on account of assessment No. ,
tlie I2iii day ot October 1901. The
10 levied
amount sil opposite the respective stock- j
holder as follows :
M. S. Williams. Cert. No. i» shares 1. Amt
And in
trustees of Hie corporation made on said 12 th
day of October. 1901. So many shares of each j
i parcel of stock ns may be necessary will bo
Hold llt t „ Itl || C auction at the office of 11. W. ;
; rurtls lllackfoot. Idaho, at 2:00 p. in. Jan. ll>h
; b ,fi s. t° pay ri, 't nqn
advertising and expo
cordanoe with law and the hoard of
ult assessment, cost of
of sale.
HOBT. MACKIE.
Stsi'y mid Treas.
Now Time Card for the Branch Road, j
! The Short Line lias issued the new
i time curd for tlie Muokuy brunch, and j
trains leave Blackball at 10:40 a. tn.
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| yjnndnya, Wednesdays and Fridays,
^ ,^,„„^,.[ 1 ,,^, w m, train No. 9, which
j g a n Duke nt 10:50 p. m., and
| w „ h N) , , 0 fl . om |{„i U .. The train
i 0 |„, s M„ck:iv ut 4:30 |i. m. Return
' f| feaves 'Maeki.y tb" foluiwiug
j (il jo. jj 0 (i n) _ ul ',.iving nt Hlu
f( i ', |(t - ;; , 0 (l m j.,
id No8 south
a
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i w iili No. 7 north •«
if the
Tho. names
rtui ii.ll" 011
Moreland.
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branch
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j,*,.,.,.,, t j,. alldo< Po.vcll. -
j lyurUngton, and the two term- i
i()il|((i UUokf „ 1(l Hll( | Mueknv.
q IF YOU WANT
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GOOD WORK DONE
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InGncral Finishing
Count rs and Fancy
Bay Windows. S
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9 A. J. MEIER, V
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Contractor St Builder,
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All Kinds of Repair- f
ing Neatly Done.
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SHOP ON BRIDGE ST.. BLACKF00T.
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Too Late.
A professor in the medical school of j
;
■be Long Island College, in Brooklyn,
asked a student how much he would
prescribe us a dose of a certain power
ful poi-on.
reply.
"A teaspoonful," was the
The professor made no com
j meut, but the student, a quarter of an
hour Inter, realized that lie hud made a
mistake, and hurriedly said:
»or, I want to change ttiy answer to that
question.
"Profes
''It is too late, Bir,
sponded the professor, curtly, looking
at his watch. ''Your patient has been
dead fourteen minutes."
re
j Don't miss the grand street parade
j that will Ire given by the Dellu Pringle
! hand. A splendid concert will be ren
1 dered on the main street. Mists Pringle
carries a splendid company and it will
lie the dramatic event of the season.
a
They will uppear at the Opera-house
j one night only, January 2.
j - — . -
j No one
ean reasonably hope for good
health unless his bowels move ooee
I each day. When this is not utteiided
, to, disorders of the stomach arise,
i biliousness, headache dyspepsia and
I uile# S(Klt , f<J „ ow . i fyouwish to avoid
j lhe(ie lrouble8 keep vour ljowe , 8 reifula ,.
I b y taking Chamberiain's stomach and
Liver Tublets when required.
are g<) easJ , t<) take and gentle it
rtale bv Scolt & C()
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il you would have an appetite like a;
hear am! a relish for your meals take
Chamberlain's
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Stomach and liver
Tablets. They correct disorders of the
stomach am) regulate the liver and
bowel". Price.
free, at Scott & Co.'s drug »tore.
.Sample*
cenls.
Andrew ( 'nrnegie Inin offered the city
of Akron, O., $70,000 for a free library
the city to guarantee. $7000 annually to
keep it up. The offer wii} probably be
accepted.
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Stuffed dute* at Holbrook 1 «
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THE PRIDE
OF THE ROAD
Every railroad has its "pet" train.
The Burlington'* pet is the Chicago Speciul—No. 6—as
railroad men eall it.
To run on the Chicago Special is the ambition of every
conductor, hraketuun, engineer and fireman on the west end.
The C'hiengo Special is ns clean as a new pin. Spick and
span and radiant in the glory of its varnished ears. Fast ks
h whirlwind. As easy riding as a rubber-tired automobile
over an asphalt pavement.
Through sleepers for Omaha and Chicago via the Burling
ton leave the R. G. \V. depot daily at 3:15 p. m. Tourist
cars Wednesdays and Friday«.
Drop tn and let us quote you rates ami aive you full tnfor nstton
service: or. if you prefer, see your local ticket agent.
atsiut
Ticket: Office - 79 West: Second Sotath St.
R. F. NESLKN, General Agent, Salt Lake City.
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Onl^y Transcontmentil Line Passing Dire-tl/ Through Salt Lake City.
ContiK'iiotH made In Ogden Union i)e|>ot with
nil Oregon Short LI
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OFFERS; CHOICE OF
FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY
Leaving Ogden at 7.25 a. nt., 2.15 and 7.15 p. m.
Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars
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to Oenwp, CYnnh», Khiiahh Uiiy, St. Louin
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Mosb Magnißcant Scenery in America.
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•nr.» T.ok3tAgou\ »pcifying Kio Gmamix
, inquire oi
F.»r into». f<>Mf*r
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lloi'TK. or write
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GEO. If. HEISTZ,
A-st. Gen. Pa <s. Agent,
Salt Luke City.
it. r. Mr n in ns:,
General Agei
Butte, Mom.
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Thousand» suffer with torpid liver,
feat depression of spirits.
; indigestion, constipation, headache,
etc. HERB1NE will stimulate the
liver, keep the bowel« regular, and re
store a healthful buoyancy of spirits.
Price f>0 cents at Scott & Co.
Enough money is in circulating in
the United States to give each person
»28.78. The per capital lu 189ti
*21.10 and in 1860, *13.85.
was
Reports from Princton, N. J., say
ex-President Cleveland's poor health
has prevented him from leaving his
room for five weeks.
Licbty's Celery Nerve Compound is
a scientific combination of nature's
health restorers, celery, cocoa, cascara,
sagradu, hops, dandelion, buchu, man
drake, sarsaparilla and chamomile.
Sickly children, weary women and tir
ed and broken-down men find in this
great compound health, strength und
happiness. Sold by Scott & Co.
ôfr£
in signature is on every box of tbo genuine
.axative Bromo=Quinhie _ ablet*
' remedy that cures n cold in one day
ESTRAY NOTICE.
BJOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVES THAT J. B.
1 ' C'rawlord. residiiiK at Thomas. Idaho did
on fifth day of December. 1901. fite with the
County Auditor of Blmrliam County. Idaho, a
notice that he had taken up an estray. de
scribed as follows, to-wit- One roan cow. no
horns, branded 69 on left hip. square crop off
left ear, under «iope In right ear. wattle n»i
left aide of neck, aud wattle
hind shoulder.
The owner is entitled to the possession there
of upon the payment of all legal charges in
curred on or before forty days from the date
of filing said notice.
right side, be
Given under my hand and seal this fifth dMj
of December, 1901.
GaoKOa F. G agon.
Auditor.

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