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Notice To Farmers. [ONEY SLOAN to are On I in proved Lende by LINDSAY & LINDSAY, n*MLB ROGK. • • IDAHO M* CorrMpurulent et Hleokfoot. Idaho, GSeeves. Attorney-st-Law. rupraaeut U>uib*rU Juvu.tmunl Company Kanaan City, Mlsaourl 1 SIMMONS. latrlet Court of the Third District of (or Utnglan county: Waddel. Plaintiff. 1 V .. ddel, Itafeodaut s. Wadded, Defendant: name of the people of tba U- 8. irrllory of Idaho: it. notified that there la now on file In » of the Clerk of the DUtrlot Court of d Judicial In«tritt of «aid Territory iu I oouuty, the complaint of Uiulaa A. demanding ludirment amhuityou for otutlon of the bonds of matrimony tune between you and plaintiff, the tntii allere« aa uau«e of action abend non-aupport and cruel treat* that unies« you appear and 6*«»«* ««id complaint wlthlu ten day« of the »yvtt* ti.rieof. If «erred within llinahain Snnty-fcad within twenty day« if served out of said fsuntv hut within said district, and in forty day« if "«erred out of «aid dl»triot exclu ait* ut i he day of «ervlce, Judgmeot wUi tie t«ke<t 'Affamai you by default and plaintiff wit! apply to the court for the relief demaud ert to plai iufa complaint herein. In leetuix oy whereof. I, A I. Ulcbardaun, cierk .if the aaid dial riet court, have anal hereunto set my hand and affixed Ib.- Seal of «aid court at Ulackfuui, Me*», »1« l*lh day of May ISW A. L Ktcaxaneo*. .'lerh. is au I R. H Bora I »a. Deputy. Hl'MMONK. !« IhaDDt-t.i court. Third Judk-lal District, Tvosaury uf Idaho, county of ilmghatti, •« Heaetlah Moire. Julia Teeny and Herbert ttuc®-#ty, parin.-r. uu-lt-r tlie firm name of Hn^^rarea co. pin.ino.. I tf MiS»■•aJ<>.t. iWMwlant. i To Mike Motion. In lb* name of tbe People fit ifeefSrrlloo of Dial»: Tew are »wr«b, notiawl that there la ao« on - doit, count« u« Mngham.ro——aini of h Moore. John Teeny «tut Herlien ÄÄ'räin1.!)»iWj«« issr (Käväts; I .^i.^rX ^.i" U r« i undred awl Pitty Dollar« and coat of t unless rou appear and an«w*r to — ,'Ä i ?fHS , :iu, 0 o7ni'*d , Ä n ^?iÄf ,I T£: XÄ damaaded la plaintiff«' KS^MiT^l.ii^rt.om^'lr.Te! Kg.. boveuolo *et my hand an>t alhird K thv aeai of «akl ooort at Miachfoox, B* * 1 * ftth day of o»rk. Soda'^pr'n««. Attorney for *i : it if «ma. Amt u - 1< • NOW IS THE TIME •d or ve orders for Kalsomiuing, Hanging, Fainting Ac Car ; and General Jobiog on Short otice. Leave orders with J. H. Warren. ry Store next door to D. H. at ANE & KUNKEL, AND ATTORNEYS, LCKFOOT, I i IDAHO. o:— at ait-ntlnn given to all matters p*n»ln lo 1'uIdle Land» «m h aa Rnlrlr* un it Hnnumtcad. Timber Cultur*. Pra K nipt ton and D***rt Acta, alta and Mineral foiirlr. I'-rfcrtcd andmrnt Applications prepsr*«l In irmalion chccvfully and promptly given upon application. MONEY TO LOAN. rv Agvnts for Brumhack k Iamb, who a Million Dollars to loan on Farming land 1 ■ : CUT là «y PRICE > IN SCALES. . $40.00 . 45.00 . 50.00 se Ton. ar Ton. Yon. mtier sixes in proportion delivered your 1 nearest R. R. station, tfeud for Stalogue and price list to Salt Lake Hardware Co. Salt Lake Citt, Utah. at jH I LOUIS WIRTH, —DEALER II» — amonds and Jewelry, WATCHES, CLOCKS in Sllfirviri, Optical Goods, Etc. tecial attention given to fine Watch and Clock Repairing. 'ooatello, Idaho. m I ■ Baeklen's Armes Salve. I The best salve In the world for Jots, Bnjiscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt aheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Sands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures [Mies, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to give perfect sntlsfac [lon, or money refunded. Priee 25 Sent* per hox. For sale by fjejile A on. that I un Frank Bucklauil used to say he found eating onions at supper the j I surest help to sound sleep. We used to think this a fancy of Ida, hut w are reminded of it by reading a stab ment by an American magistrate, Mi Clywer, of Reading, Pa., who aaya: "Onions inhaled cause sleep, rest and repose. The soldier on bis march and the exhausted iron-worker get great strength from eating onions. Tie a fresh onion around the neck; and bruise it to make its odor thorough, and you secure sound sleep from it* nightly inhalation. Washington, May 30.—An effort is being made by the senators inter ested in the bills for the admission of Wyoming and Idaho to secure an or der of business that will allow their consideration as soon as possible. These were two of tbe bills urged for iinmediute action at the republican caucus last night The work of the senate has gotteu a good deal behind within a mouth. There is vet no date fixed for the end ing of the silver debate, and Senator Platt, chairman of the committee on territories, is afraid that the Wyom ing and Idaho bills may be delayed until the tariff talk begins, and that would mean a postponement of weeks, lie wants his bills considered in ad vance of any measures not now pend ing. Many of tbe senators are with him, slUiougb no final action has be. n taken. Am '*°K the ">»<* sre to , aakerl by the census euutnerators w 3 . .... *«"• indlvtduala to d '* cloê * whclh « r lhe > pbvaicallv defective or dependent, or w |x ( -t|x«r they belong U» the criminal *]*, whether their homes v»"**«* '* r0< * L T, ' e P ubli( * of these question. ha. led to the di^losure of the fact that there ex i(>u a „jdeopre—i objection to answer i«g. In «»>** Of tbe fact that a flue i. The imposed for refusal to answer, ground is taken by the objectors, and apparently well taken, that tbe gov ernment has no right to compel in dividuals to make disclosures requir •d uutler the provision for a census or actual enumeration of the popula tion. Be that as it may, the objec tion to aaswering the questions is so widespread that it is probable that the results of the census investigation into the matters referred to will lie practically valueless. The govern ment has evidently attempted too much in requiring answers to those questions, and the attempt has broken down of its own weight. Tbe Super intendent of the Census, while reliev ing the enumerators (mm the burden some duty of endeavoring to compel answers to the obnoxious questions, announces that legal proceedings to enforce the law will be instituted by tbe Washington office through tbe Department of Justice. It is not likely, however, that proceedings will be instituted by the Attorney-General in case the refusals to snswer are, as they promise to be numerous.—Brad street. A BALK WOODS WONDER. A We«» Vlirlnlan Wh» lias a Secret that Raffles the Greatest Scientist*. Philippi, W. Va., May 31. —Three miles away, over the mountains, is the house of G. W. Haunick. It is a flvc-rooiu Jog house, the exterior mat ter board«!, but not painted. The front wiudows face a narrow valley that is bounded by hills »0 high they shut out the sun after 4 o'clock. There Is nothing about the house and its unpretentious yard to attract more than n passing glance from anyone who may chance to travel the unfre quented country wood that winds Its way lonesomely into the hills beyond, yet it ia full of curiosities that have puzzled the nations and set some of the brightest minds in the country thinking. That plain old house is full of mummies, both of brute and huinau beings. Here are mummies that out rival any that Egypt ever knew. The Egyptian einbalmers wound braina aud blood aud viscera, and wrapped the clay shell that was left in band ages, saturated with oil» and eint ment*. In this house He the bodies of two adults, natural almost aa in life, every particle of the skin exposed to the air, brains, blood and viscera remaining. In the veins and arteries the blue nud black blood stands out un clear and natural as »»hep these people Heed and walked and knew I he passion« and emotions of being*. I'lie Huger and toe nails show the pink ,esh of life, anil on the cheek of one rho died of consumption the scarlet nark of that disease remained clear and distinct. For two years exposed to the air, without decay or odor, these bodies have lain iu this man's Hi house Just above hia bed room. is a discovery of his own, but process it is so simple, he says, that a boy of 15, after a single lesson, can do the work as effectively as the inventor himself. The rooms of Mr. Hnuniek, the io iD veutor, are minature museums, tbe door that leads to his laid room a huge white cat sits guard, its tongue utidecayed lolling out a« if it were about to lap milk. that cat has been the sole guard On a mantle, For four years of that lonesome door. iu un attitude of listening, is a young Rabbits, pigs, squirrels, chick and even a calf, are to be seen, alt us Datura! as in life, and all pie secret. deer. fin-: Mr nerved by this wonderful Haunick claims that in au body without tnukiqg hour he can prepare a incision of any tort, or removing that it an any portion of the body, to mav I* takeu around the world wiiti out ice or arsenical fluids. These two bodies which He in modest state iu this humble house have turned parch ment color with the hurrying of time, and the eyes have become much sunk There is no odor, no puffing tip of the flesh. The ghostly look is want ing. and one almost feels that it is tbe solidified clay of some lone one, hut a wonderful likeness carved by a divine sculptor from some wood. en. imt ran Think of sleeping with these dead Rut this is not arid petrified bodies, all that this old wonder-worker of tbe He cam stop decay mountains does. Cures ulcers of long at any point, standing by an external application By tbe same p ro he keeps flesh with ice, salt or of this discovery. cess brine, all bis meat, butter and eggs, and does the same for his neighbors. Fruits of all sorts, vegetables, etc., are kept Just as easily without decay, and watermelons, strawlerries anti now assured peaches and cream are for the CbrUtmas dinner. Mr. Haun iek has made little or no effort to put his process, which such lea mot men Dr. Cilley aud Freman of this city, White of Washington, Doormus of New York and Hordcsly of Wheeling, W. Va, pronunce one of the greatest discoveries ot the age, far ahead of what tbe Egyptians knew, to account. Indeed Haunick seems to regard it rather as a curious experiment than otherwise.—St Louis Republic. as Spring Fever. At this scaaou of the ydar the moat igorous and hearty people often have a feeling of weariuess, tired and out. without ambition to do anything, and many break out in pimples ami boils. What you require is a i_" ' tonic medicine that will act gently on the liver and blood, and for this, noth ing equals Dr Gulin's Improved Lit Fills. They give au activity to the liver, purify the blood ami by their mild tome action, new vitality and strength to the entire system at 25 cents » 1h>x by Beide & Bon. v mild « I a Sold A Rare Care for Piles. Itching Piles are known by mois ture like perspiration, cauking intense This form a* itching when warm well as Blind, Bleeding and protrud ing, yield at 'once to Dr. Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly on the Darts affects a permanent cure, 50c. Druggists or mail; treatise free. Dr. Bosanko, Piqua, 0. Sold by Behle &. Son. THE BURGESS HOUSE, B. A. JESNE, Pro EAGLE ROCK, I. T. First Glass sample Room Good Accommodations. Chaigea Reasonable. First Clnss BAR AND BILLIARD ROOM. The Depot Drug Store, POGATELLaL^O Prescriptions and mail orders prompt ly attended to. Give us a trial. R. P. SJMS a CO, EACLE ROCK, IDAHO. 0-.0-. ■^:æia-:E33 , ,:hÆgrx. Our line of Oliver and John Deere Plow?, Harrows and Cultivators, in cluding Gang, Gilpin and Cassady Bulky Plows, Hay Presses and Monarch Drills arc now to be seen at our yards. S. E . E . D We can turnisb you seed wheat. Oats, Potatoes, Barley, Corn, Alfalfa, Timothy. Red Top, Millet, and all other kinds of Garden Seed you may need at prices that defy competition. Get our prices on Scrapers, Grading Plows, Huruess. Saddle.-, Bridles, Barb and Baling Wire, Hardware, etc., etc., and above all ou garden tools such as shovels, spades, picks, hoes, pont hole diggers, hav fork All we ask is a chance to show you these good*, our prices are guaranteed. HOSOM, ANDERSON & CO. - MONTANA HELENA i Church, School, Court House -AND îank Furniture and Fittings, Agents For Hoffman Vault Furniture I For Court Houses and Banks, Steel Filing Cases. Steel Roller Book Cases, The only perfect and safe way to File Papers. Also Fire and Burglar Proof I* Manufactures Agents for School Furniture and Supplies. Agent* Wanted to sell School Furniture and Supplies. Send for Prices and Circulars ro WM. DRIVER & SON WHOLESALE DRUGS AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Ogden, TJta-T" £gr*Mail order* solicited and filled the day rec*ived_j^ THE PIONEER DRUG STORE, Wm H BB.HL.B, & SON. 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NTIRE Threshing Expenses (often 3 to $ times that amount) made by extra drain Saved. ORKMANSHIP, Materiel, and Finish beyond all com parison. B w a IBRATOR owners get the best job# and make tbs most Money. 0 NCOMPA RABLE for Sim. plicrty. Efficiency, and Ours bility. EYOND all rivalry for Rapid Work, Perfect Cleaning, and for Saving Grain. B EQU1RE8 no attachments or j rebuilding to change from R Grain to l oad s . |gl BROAD and ample Warranty Ira given ce all our m ac hin ery. RACTION Engine» UnrivaUd in Material, Safety, Power and Durability. UR Pamphlet giving foil in formation, sent Free. It tells about this gnat EVOLUTION in Thnshing Machinery. Send for pam phlet. Address □ 0 R © [v Or to Consolidated Implement l timpani, Agents for Utah and Souther» Idaho. Houses at Salt Lake City, Ogden, Logan and Milford, Ctah. Thomas & Thomas TÜILOBS 1 B.aglxK Rock. Hare on hand the largeet and beat aelectaS stock of soring goods for suits ever brought to Eagle Rock. Orders solicited and sattsfaettoa guaranteed. Give us a trial and be convinced Idaho Stage Co. The cheapest, the «hortest and moet dirent route between the North, East and West and the points named. Carryng: Mail, Passengers and Exprès*. Leaves Blackfoot Daily at 8 a. m. for the Big Lost Elver Mines. Houston. ChaUis. Bonaaxa, Clayton, Custer City. Ætna and Bay Horae. Passengers are carried in first class cachas, driven by careful and experienced drive»». Eating House* on the line are unsurpassed Accommodating agents who are ready at ai, time« to furnish patrons with full Information rewarding towns, mine* and surrounding ooun. try. For further ioformstion apply to J. P. DICKET. Superintendent. FRED VOGLER. Agent atBlaokfoot. Idaha O. J. SAULSBERT General Manager, or 8 ns, Pimpt, Posant ÖZMANLIS ORIENTAL SEXUAL PILLS fm I wa nts— » . ta— Mntootf if i«s/ I «•rmiiMM. UlfOlrtrvrt* a STROHS, »laor St oik • mOmmi mi mom. Box—. $$00. 8o—tal Direct font mit* Net Bex. 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