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! October 3d, 1M>1. i I Ï. Norman June* of Blackfoot. Binghsm a oounrv. Tdahfi who made Dntert application No sät, nn the oth. day of March t#0/ for the •H ses section SS, Ir. township t aoutb. range w ! ftHit. Idaho, <hi t ie i*h day of November. lc«l. ; and I expect to prove that «aid land ha« been j ^r^iMîw^MIÂttoïSSri aW will be published one* a week Tor sU co.i*ecu-; HbE-ÏÏKiPfiLÎÏ wküîï ÄÄ il ÄÄÄÄÄiftn «tdappuoauon. I I ..... September »,1*1. , Notice 19 hereby given that the following niuned settler has bled notice of his lnteutH.u to maaeaiml proof m support ..fbta clam., «lid timt >«jJ prmf wttl tx.* mailc bofort* the J Ueifi«ter nad Keoeive r. at Ittacafuot. IUabo, on . Novvniber3d. JW1. viz : i'harie« G. Tt»on:p«on Desert Entry Xo. iaw. fur tbe S 1 , ofswt* and SS of SE*% of Sec. and and Lots 1 ,2 and 3 of Section AS, Tp. 1 South, Ban«e ft Eaat. t HenamestnefoUowing witne«#«« to prove hi-* complete irrigation and reclamation of «aid land, viz : , C. A Tush. E M Kobrbough. A. D. Morn- i ! •on, William Mathews, all of Idaho Fulls. | Jdkbo. I I t hereby given that the following ' named settler ha? Sled notice of her in ten tom Nul ice Fur Publication. Pekst J. ASSO*. Register. Notice for PaUeaUoa. Xaîcd Oma at Blackfoot, Idaho. * September 24. IÄI. \ Nats.«- is Usai «aw proof Will be made twfore Hegisier *Dd Reeeicerat Bla^cfoot.Iaa*o.cn November 3 d. iwL viz : IniM M. caaaoo Desert Kutir No. VCU. for tbe XWH and Vs of S#\ NWS of SE-, of See If. and NE » of SE See U. Twp J Suoth. Ran«« Jt East. tbe foilowlng witnesses to prove to mace Anal proof in su pport of ber daim .»nd ,i I S ot ■ • ewaplete irri^mtioo nod redAzutioo of land, viz : a ' C. A- Tash. E M Robrbougb, A. D. Morri •oc. WU1.Ü Motbews. ail of Idaho EaUs. Idaho. PebbtJ. Aksqs. Register. Dreert Lands.—Nstire *f latent!** t* Sake Pr**f. i BtACarooTr™ f ! 1. Rebecca HutchUoa. of Idaho Fall». Bin*- : baui Co . Idaho, Hiitn;Qlstr»itnx for aud in be bill of the heirs of James Hutchisoo deceas ed. who iiuifle desert land application No. K27, | 1^"'v«o? ^w* 1 Section 9an.l NE . N^v, See.* tp.î South liange : 37 east. B M . do hereby give notice of my in tention to make ünal proof to establish my! claim to tbe land above described, before the Register and Receiver, at BLackfoot, Idaho. Oil Saturday the 31 day of October. tAd. and; that I expect to prove that said land has been 1 SSSÄÄÄ" following i witnesroa : , n jÂ^w"ïu^flS iÄSqpwWalS ' W. H. Dasilsox. Receiver, j Beene k Kuokcl, Attorneys. j I C. Bunting, Jr, C.W.Ljimb, fi.Y.WilLc* C. BDDTIHG 4 C0„ BANKERS, Blackfoot, Idaho. TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS MONEY TO LOAN On Approved Security. J. S «ai, W. S Read, 0.1. Rul. J. a READ & BROS, • Manufacturers of and Dealers in Double and Single Buggy Harness. Leather and Saddlery Hardware, WHIPS, BLANKETS, ETC., ETC. Stock Saddles a Specialty Ageutfl for J. R. Hill's Concord Harness. 2448 Washington Aienue. OGDEN, : : : UTAH. Look For Something New in this Space from Danilson Next Week, Loit III« Gam«. RenjA.nin Hammond. one of tbs early settler« of Paris. Me., used to tell, A a sl<iry of ,|, e times when wolves were 7 à . . , . « .. ,i coiuuiot, in that neighborhood. One: w j I1(er „, ev W ore sneciallv numerous n and troul.leso.ue lie set traps und in ca.ml.rdve «I the brute. The pelts brought m fair prim, and then* wwalHJi n t» »*ui I 11»* v»i a o.'erouteï SÜJmlwLt cut to Inspect my xraps. and found the lifth wolf caught iu tbetu. » * M low and ugly enough. He showed Ins teeth and lea,as! dercely at me.com ing within three inches of m, lace I pr.smr.sl a club, and after « struggle . ams-eeded in laying the old fellow out I had hurt my right hand iu the seri.u «V mage, and decided to lug the .-areas, " ■* *» ui " • t - UUig . "I seized the animal by the hind leg«, Itiiu to luv shoul.ier and started swung mm to iu, suouiuer ana starten. J bad »ft » 11 ** about bulf a mile wlteu I 1,1 . , ,, , • , . . u ». » heanl a wolf MiarI behind me. I loosed an nmd. but couldn't see anythin« and ^ ätihiuo. um couiuntM** an>unn«« 1 went ou a^ain Pretty soon I heard , t he name marline noNe cl«*se liehu.d löe Kll " e «n.trun« t me 1 lumped ami turned quickly, for , tlb»* *»* . »nlf 4 t ! w.l« certain there was » wolf close at | U y heei»' } loitM anJ look<wi but th ,, r(> i-s wasn't a thing to be artu or heard. 1 waa puzzled. Put the next moment * the wolf V*, my back, which 1 had sup p»r* 4 -d dead, be^au to stphrm and « snarl in a wa, to leave no doubt where bi tin* oilier noises tmd come from, I I "I was taken completely unaware». „,J before I «Mild manage to gets .... . , , finuer hold the creature had squirmed right out of tu, hands to the ground. I turned and tried to grab him. but he wa» to» quirk f.w me. and I had the pleasure ol seeing my dead wolf make a clean run for freedom."—Youth » Companion. Job's Teal A seed much used for ornament is that which bear» the popular name of Job's Tear». Tiie old botanist (ierarde tlius d*-seril>(*s it "Every graine reseiu- i ! bietl. tl.e drop or tear that fulleth from : ^ **>* Thmun. however, **<»w (hr.*« or four well marked form» of thlf s . ... . » »• | s«>^d met With HI India, which dlffei ,r '' m *-aeli other in sliape. color and de : gree of hanlness. and in tiie presence i.hset.ne ..f ami.vM or furrow« »I., nr, or i.hs nre ol gnsjte» or lurn.ws along tile length of the hardened mvolueer. . ' W „ M ,. MW „„„ *»r Watt, ol t.aleiltta. tint« enu 1 ernte* tliem "Tliere are tliree types i Of shape a long cylindrical or tubular. normal jiear sha [»«I condition and a rtattenetl spheroidal form. The ey lia j drieal grain I« always «I a white color. j muooîli. polislunl. not furrowed, hut I constricted toward both extremities. This is collected for ornamental pur poses only, and not as au article foi food. Tiie pear shaped form varies in size and color, lieing pale and bluish | wliite. gray, yellow or hn.wti black. 1 Tile flattened spheroidal kinds are often yellow or even pink •Tl.e two principal fonus are-one ai ! most mund and either white or black ! Thi* fonu is sometime», though leî*s* fre qiiently. u«eij for ro«arieM and orna- i mental purpiaa-s. but chiefly for food among the lull tribes of India The second form is tubular, about half au inch long. Tl.i* isextensively employed for decorative pnrpiwes. tiie dresses won. I.y tl.e Kuren women being often completely covered with embroidered j The trees seem to grow Itetter in the heart of the city than in its outskirts, Those along the Thame* embankment are (s culiarly flourishing. In Trafalgar s'M.are they have dwindled a little, The tree in tl.e northeast corner seems dying, and another ..ear it on the east side want« a little looking to. Ol i course the source of delicacy Is not city smoke, hut sewer gas. Iu front of the Rational gallery well clipped buy trees, growing in roomy tubs -tl.e gift of the Metropolitan Hürden» association—give a little grateful color where it is most i designs of this grain." - Chum hers'Jour oui. • Tiw* Iu Lotulmi. ueeiled The success is so great—the gn-en looks so well next the gray stone—that it is enrio.is the experiment is not pushed a little farther The yard be tween the railing and the facade of the building might easily he sodded over. London is greener than most large cities, hut there is still room for much improvement. — Loudon News. A Flon« Drummer. President (i. Stanley Hall, of Clark university, tells the following storv •Some years ago John Warren, well known to old residents of Ashfleld, H1 .|l starred out as a 'drummer' to leather from Mr William Bryant's tannery Alsmt this time lie wn •converted.' and lie forthwith begun to carry ns samples a poorer q.mlity of leather than tl.e average product of the tannery, for fear the goods when delivered might not la* equal lo the sample. 'He wus so all fired lion est.' said one of the village worthies iu re lating the circumstance. That lie pretty nigh run tl.e old tannery clean out by selling from such darn«! poor sa.u ple».''' -Uor. New York Time*. A Min of lliisltis»». An incident is-ciirred. during the journey of tl.e Duke of Meiningen through the country about Hamburg, which gave his highness nilliil. merri meut. One of tl.e official» of a town was received by the duke, who spoke familiarly to him. On* of his que» tion* wa*. -I suppose you have not necessarily to return to the office to day?" ''No." answered the official; •'the day is anyhow spoiled ' -8;,n Francisco Argonaut PEGGOTTV BEACH M05SERS. ! - A N — •■-"a'**** imtu.try That PrwvM*»-| ,h * """"T'*" "'V* H '" m ' """f*' Pair old Seituate boi^ts an Industry . . * .7. V n winch. if ill no Other, It is tile lead in * to " n in th * country It has. as ^l'lr^u ^e^W'ri.ä; trul " r V CIL flmt carpet its harbor and make it» *liortw '-red by the sailor b gathered an In come every year that ma, not ttwufoT^S Lf . ^ 1 town aso «««** '"tones and strong «B^hng wharvea f . Wb< ? gathering industry a began in Sc.t.mte no one knows '^ ! «V 1 * ,he value the w '„ ,r>t discovered by accident by MM Usher ()r T,^:t : . I» *«" years ago It was nstsi pnueipally by d»* people of the south of Ireland, near | , Man. neonb havwmade I 1,1 eieOÄ - 1 ' atanv p*x»pic iia\© maue | r the claim that thev inti»! need the in- » ' ^ l,str y m l * llH country, but even the inhabitant« of Seituate are iu , " . J * doubt a* to who was the «ret nartieuUr li>c:tlitv where tlie P'lrucuiar looauiy wnere vue business is, carried ou U called "Pe#* B°*^y •»cacti. Little r epjjutty Milage i-s bunched here, and here the mosseri tl . ,elr fau,i,iw P«-» tlieir * here » no loaflug. Everybody U ex P^* *® Jo sl ' : ' r c of tl.e labor, « bile the father ia out in hi« boat rob bi "« ,he to P 11 » br,,,ul 1,11,i » I N I : ! . . . , .... « mouth anil blanc man^e And jellv into ! the mouth, of mankind, the wive« and ! daughter» are wading along the rock« I .a « an* *1 • . . near tiie shore filling theu- apron, witii , ^ the smaller pieces of the mon. -, . r . , Th« boys are At the saute time raking j ;>* i(i h , . and »""»a* the patelle» of moss that are laid out in regular Iota in front of each creel hou.«e. The veteran "moHS er" i* on the beach at sunrise. There i» much to do before the tide "will answer." and he must watch the tide* With garden rake lie levels off a pateii on tl,e K^'cled beach, always being careful not to leave a footprint. Then he carrie* the moss that his wife ai.d i f _ _ » s P t) ^ * w 0 many colors*, from flit* iiiuruOfi Durole black to ft delicate vel J"«™"». purp.r uwu w a umicntv ye« J""- a< ' cor d | iig to the washings and bleaching» it lias received. A ,ow bde In tile morning and a . hreeze-not » wind—Is win.t westerly oreeze nut a wmu is wnat the men pray for. Out by the rocks of • ' 1 . Third Cliff the double spirit» and dories. Were already Rationed and men were * ,and,D N "P I» *he boat poking around *o the water with long pole*. In order t° geta oearer view the reporter lured Ä topical small boy to take him out in b ' s dol 7 "How do you know when you are over moss ?" was asked of a man whom the guide railed "father." "Üb. I cun see it." was the answer. daughters hare washed out tiie night before and spread» it on the smooth | 1 ^ ,e BBinitiated could not distmguuh one r " c * t from another nt the bottom, but ll,e ex P erlerice of year* (for some of ! *' ,ese hav , e ^n here us many as ! B'irty years) makes their sight wouder * u |*^ fet ' en - i ra * ce Q5 ^ * n *cmping the roeks ha * n bandle fifteen feet long fitted into a heav y ,r,m l,ead - TlMf te * t,, nre ver ? close to e' ether " ,,d are slmr P pointed. Over the back part of this (lead there is a guard that keeps the load from falling hack into the water. ^ mucl ' as ,vvo P ou " <,, ' üf ,,,OÄÄ caM ^ tom off the ris-ks at one »hove of the j rake. A good day's work for one man is 125 pounds of moss. Tl.e cargo sei dom fall* below seventy pounds. Should the mosser lose rut. of a rock which offers a good yield, and tl.e ruffled waters interfere with his finding it. a bottle of oil is brought into requi sition and a little of it is thrown ou the water to quiet the ripples, Tl.e moss gatherers are met on the i beach by the young folks, und "creel*" holding a barrel each of the weed are filled to the brim nt the boats, and it is then spread to dry on the beach. To bleach tl.e mos» to tl.e desired color eight washings must be made; it Is housed, when perfectly dry, in tl.e i si.unties.—Cor. Boston Globe. A derer Retort. 8ir William Fraser record* a clever retort made by ls.nl Adolphus Fitz Clarence when in France in attendance on the F.nglisli queen. He met the Prince de .Joinville, who. as a French admiral, professed to be patriotically bellicose toward England in particular. He said to Is.rd Adolphus iu a friendly manner- "You. my laird, und I are seamen. I have had but one dream in life—to command a smart French j frigate and to lay my own alongside of ■" K, 'ff* M » »Wpof the same strength lor i twenty minutes." laird Adolphus re ! P lie<1 n Perfect spirit of courtesy, "1 think, sir. that ten would enough._ j j < j i Most Appear os n«r»et,ark. Feather bed soldiers will not do In Y'ili. the Turtar general of the Ilehlung-kian territory, being ordered by i.nperiul decree to nmke the annual ! military inspection, pleaded indisposi tion. and requested to be allowed to ride In a sedan chair instead of on horseback. Tl.e emperor replied that no military official is permitted to ride 1 In a clmir and that the request could : not be granted. In compliance with this edict, the Nanking viceroy Issued nu order that all the military officials in the provinces under his control must henceforth appear iu public ou horse back. —Loudon Newa .0 I)e Canter— Is there any sure way to ! tel) the fige of a horse J | A Mur« Rul«. He Trotter— \ es. Ask the dealer arid i.mitiply by one-half.—New York weftur. Wurth} of* Trl*l. you arc IrOU tiled with rheunitt- j i,| m l „„ ove r th. IWW IV » IHUW Dm.«, niiiu un d..... .1 at of pain a plcvv of tl illtul «Il ttl| .„„1 with CIuuuIh*.I nin s Puin Balm. | '*»« «ill la- surprix, at the prod.,, .. f , *«Iiei II «noms. ale t.v W. II. Behle & Sou Druggi Is. be--- - A FatwriteKenaedy. ... . „ . . Ohiunlierlaitl s tough Remedy Is a f .vorite durit* the winter ....mills on CO a wullt of its. g.ei.t sU.vrss in lie c-re of elds. T er ■ is nothing ll.M wiil loosen a aevcie cold so quicklv, ()r u |l|(ini ,„ lv relieve the lut.^-, t.«» »... ..«j ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and ..take and fullv wortl.V of its __ sa[l V K ' ' popularity. For sale by W. H Bthle r '1 « » SOD Urugglàts. 50 rent I Kittles foi Application for Patent. Not ict -Vo. MU. i I'sn ki> Statm LASuOrrira. < | IiLACKUMiT, Idaho, Sicpr. Ist. 1MU. ♦ . N oticv i* hereby yiven that Pn*«*lt*y It F s. ! who»»* re»»Lienee uiul |»»»t oftw a<l« n-»M r i» H luck foot. Uiiitfhain inunty, Idaho, and | I aines M. Fox, w ho«« retldenc« am! |M»«t ollice uldrvN i» Black foot. Hnuiium county, blaho. ( i*vv made application f«»r a t'nitiw! State» j 'atent tor the "Eat« rpriae" itilnin« ckaim. i situated in an un»>ripiiti 2 «'d nilnin* ditvricr, J -Unahaiu county. Idaho, con* latin« of the tob »iw-tnjr d«-»criUHt placer mininir trround am! Sf fÂ«".' n I plat i.i the »«dal »urrey un nie in thl. tB V, writh inu«iu tk* variation at decree«, ^ U „ nutr , , aft . -9 ( „n. >wl : Th. k.i iv... ,»-i In «cth.n nine ,».i (nwn.lilp two i*i w.uth of I r«iiM thlrt> -all A rad uf th<* Rnlie meridltn, ! ..utainimr tl»trty-ci«lit ami four hundredth» ;>* if4-l«4i* acre«, more t»r les*, ae»*» »rdinir ti» t' ; Government Survey. The »aid r.ilimiir ke atl**n beinif of rrcurtl In the «»thee ot the i i(i confer of said mininir dltrncf at lllaekfoot, ! h Hinirhi m •'». Id«*ho The nearest known Olll» , cation» uvinjr the "Kumia Placer Minime . daim, adjoining I dirt et that thl» notice ta» publish«! In the pap**r publish«! near- n tm. for the |M*ri«»d of O : Ipaho Nr ws. th»- new. st Ibe Haiti .pining els •lit}- U»jr» or leu weeks l*«SKKV J. ANSON. K. gtstrr. n - |mre» XXwl w _ _ _, _ w f* I I U IV 1 I I J Ir ft* _ JT U I\lll A W A\ A-S » Ca>rT3etS, * ITT* 1 QViojIaC ! \\ IIKKJW lOlltlUln, Hot k Kcsmu Attorney» fur Applicant. «► Lucking (»lasse«. Brd Sping«, Elr. We have a good line of Bed Room Suits, Parlor Suits. Patent Bis-k.-rs, Cain and Wood bottom Chairs, Office Chairs and Stools, Beil Lounges. Extension Table», Cupboards and Desks. If want anything in the Furniture Line call on ! HAFER $ MES TER. Improvement Fhe Order of the Age." .. \: in \ 5 1 An 2H îJRgTi WiA Smith Premier Typewriter LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, UOt'IILK muBON MOVEMENT MOST DL'KA BI.E. EASIEST KCNNINO BEST MAN frOf.OINO. MOST SIL ENT KCNNINO FINK WORK. All Typewriters Supplies Always on Hand. Ralph T. Morgan Blackfoot, Idaho. Stenographer for 5th Judicial District Agent for Idaho. » I j Write for Information ai d Catalofun s uceess At Last Has Come By Using the Scientific Washer MANUFACTURED AT IILACKFIXIT. Mr.« Ik-njutnln will take plcnsurn to Intro loco this nnvi I »ml powerful ll.tlr niHi-hlu« .0 the lnt.-lllg.-nt ImHIi-s of lllsekfoo. Hrul »nr- ! round.ng country. O. W BENJAMIN Owner «if riiclit to ttinmifncttirc him! m«<|) In ritutoft Of lflaho nnd MontHnu. Blackfoot, Idaho. A tiff tint 17 th. IH!»I. Job Printing! FROMPTLY DOM: i THE NEWS.' OFFICE * 1 OZMANLIS ORIENTU SEXUAL BILLS! 01011 Ç Ä-ÄÄ D| CJE trl;ln , WM-. ! CO fl 11 fl^-£? I «I* S^r:JS-S^atLS?rSSÄ ; -*ÎÂ» 'i ««ata» tcw-KSÄia» --resumed __ ...... TTp-w-e« A HenHäU A. ÄUÜUiaWiUU, Ï m ■ »/ «we,.», mm • r» « ST*o«e. n#w Mam Mm|i4« ftoo , tamuaeteiftSi tWwHw. À M ra u laiUit fatüTtalattt Ct, ••«• LuoiUiAv«. ST. tout*. • na m Ir ffi Wr. i; e '*•> 'i. v k', . gi . t . Olll» e in 1 lit* Pioneer Druj? Slore — -— n O vVkV, t o ■i,. ! ! : j ' sers .. ryflHiK 1 '* /»»tt ■» ■■A»niHC' , w, V— r» w- —» •«..« ■jo—B.-linl.l. *aa I« B ^ y Watchmaker & Jeweler. Dm*» Alt Kind» of Repairing ALL WOltK WORK WARRANTF.Ü. PRICES REASONABLE a n «► A? «we* ftwtug II ■w Bib. I m •ft* gwl r% a. FM «ri r. »y ta.« ■<. w* -ft. f'*4 *A «w* f wiu.iavh * ro. 113 S. IUIi»t«d 91. I hlcmcm ASHBY BROS. Wholesale and Ih tail Boots, Siloes —AND— Shoemaker's Tools, Leather and Findings ! Mail Orders Promptly Filled. JIAAtrACTORV: NORTH MAIN STRKKT. UTAH (KJ DEN TXT y» -j 4- TT i-.«! rs « i-1-A.wU -LxUvlDc/, [UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ] Salt Lake City. Location unsurpassed, being in proxi mity to lending wholesale nnd retail houses nnd places of interest. Pullman Car and Union Ticket office* in the hotel. Ratk.» : $1.60 and $2.00 Per Day. H. L. HALL, PROPRIETOR. UTAH CRACKER-:-FACTORY Manufacturers of tl.e Crlcl.rated Thour* poo*!* «rf told l*y Nil tint wholimiile Grocur» In L'hih. Bond In jrutirordor«. 27 E. Third St. SALT LAKE, UTAH Idaho Stase Co. Ö Thochcnpput. the fthf>rtc*Rt find mcinl do roiito between thr North. Rmt hmiI W«*«t nnd the |>oinlB nam«*d. Cnrryng Mali, Passengers nnd Kxpr . . fs'nves lllnckfrsit Dully st s ». for the V Gist Blvi-r Mini-». Il<iii»t»m. < ..Hills llonnn/ I lay ton. « lister Llty. ACtnsnnit llay llor».' l*H»».-nK.-r» ure rarrled In flr.i class comi! <lrlv<-n by isreful an<. es|H>i|i-nor<t ilrlv. Fating Il.sjs.-s «n the line are u nsi i r ya, - io*"n.» whonn-rrs.l) ■■ I time» to furnl.h iMiti"..« wtfh fni. lnv. r ,., . rev»r<tln»tow ■ try. For further tnformstlon apply to j FRED VOGLKH, Agent »tlllackfoot. Idaho ! w ,V s ■ 'Vv, r n r , I i LwiilJ liv-s- -,nt*r, if.'"» Thf-r*!, / 'V$, unrl j * y sEntion c. ; ( pr♦. ln.'1-.isitjz C onenmrt'" »c-.c, CJ, Alla UifiMt, !.!inqs * 1 !(y««ly an: pig«* ■*— ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, ^f&ë^SSS^ËX^ V.ISl .fssonJ *1» els»» KhS? iiuYi d«> T.1 ! K.wH.5rÂ"lr^ÏÏfr.'?ÂÎ^ I ÄulVÄÄXt H .fc"J «I* "«"'«b wKoiu.f"Jdi&ttf&£ ; The l.upUsot All HaUowa OoUjie are per "hÏh r'iuÄ' "sus sseae . ... * Tuwalav Septeudwr l.t. lrtll. tchms aooaatr*. Send reference, koreat«l.wuea,eta.a 4 - Mr«.«, above Sail Lake Git?. Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Cross. THE ODELL Ir PYPE WRITER. S20 wm buy tbe ODELL TYPE WRITER will» 78 chan*. 1er», and $15 for the S1N0LE CASE ODELL, wamiutcl to do ! la-llcr work than any machine made. It combine* »iMPucinr with dcra mun, »i*Kki», ease or upuation, ! wear, longer without coat of repail* limn any other uiachiiie. ilaa no ink : rilila.u to l.tiher the o|M-mtor. It i* skat, hi mstastiau, nickel plated, j perfect ..nd kind. ' print iitg '■I"" 1 - P' • ■ manuscript* Two or , r „ h I», made alone writing Anyii . I . nt per-ou can lie-..me a op.., „ wo dart. W e offer $!,• OOO " oo operator who can npial il,.- »... o f the DOUBLE CASE ODELL. ■jo—B.-linl.l.- Agent« and Sale, men wanlefl. ÿjjccial inducements to Ib-alera. For 1'nn.phlct giving IndureeinenU, I« etc . «ililre«. B ODELL TYPE WRITER CO., ^ 85 * 87 5th Avc. CHICAGO, ILL. adapted f type writing pi*«a, It produce* »Imrp, al to Like • II O-4-b..l »Wf I .< Lft y-w^»*.fti, ft II* • -*• i ft. ft*l *«.««4 ; u Mi pan 4 «ri UM CreriMM I A BUY, tltBSfiVftaS l-ftu I- i I A urn fair MUNHiftMi •llftftftft A 4«.. INIUM. filM *% k MONEYiss^"-" » .»4 .n-, . IM.M ..ISMS.. WiM. *MHt CüïIîLl* J . Lo.* '-riYV: Ak tatJUVSrTZmmS! • r«. wt «II ». THE ONLY ÜAE. The Chicago, Milwaukee A RL Paul Railway i* (he only line running nulid ] Vestlhuled, Kleetru. Lighted and Steam Heated trains la-tween Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis. The Chicago, Milwaukee A 8t. Paul Railway Is the only line running Solid Vestihuled. Kleetrio Lighted *od Steam Heated trains la-tween Chicago, Connell Blufl» and Omaha. The berth rending lamp feature in the Pull.ns. i Sleeping Curs run on these lilies is pulei.led, and eaunot be used by miy other Railway Company. It is the great improvement of th* age. Try it and lie convinced. For further particular* upply to the ueitreHt coupon ticket agent, or ad dress J. W. Caskt. Trav. Pu«» r Agent, No, 33 Stark St., Portland, Or*. Day. .NOTICE» Odd Fellows Cemetery I* now in lie Immls of the Trustee* of Golden Utile Lodge No. 24 ami all parti** loldlng receipts for lots present them » L. \V. West, and get a deed for ne sinne. By nnler of Trustees R. J. Osborn, \ II. W. Crans. * Trustee* Out E. Hafkh. ) I .pplicul ions for lots must lie pre d to M. .Rester, Fnnti.clHl Seo •. who Ima the plots in charge. . . V - I . Idaho ARL J. CANNON, Merchant Tailor, 5><>';ATEl»LO, IDAHO. uq.lc.v UKsnrUucllt of flue Cloth*, .Suiting*, etc., constantly on hand A ftr»l class line of Full and Wittier goods ot. hand. O.mkI wot kumnsl.ip and perfect Fit guaranteed. All orders from •road will lie promptly at tended to. Hill# A»rtnn«*ftftvf 5*«* "*••••• f»r u«, h» Aim« , «t»»l Jim». It • ». Other, «fr X 5951* . .:r;«: »tontI» . Von can fin the tv®»ft «nd ll»$ m r u/7 sa mp i u> t; I.sf- tl»B« A»f «u«B ■SRW ,a:**4u« • •»k Hi i.r alt tlf tlm«. Iilr »•»•**•••» fra. Failure unknown n.la.fo! 1 IX. kliillott •',* * o.,»Yvx lVlU.a0 •i t.r