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STATE NEWS.
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fruits,
kept
tea
tight
cake,
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pair
the
met
to
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. TIMOTHY RYAN PARDONED.
Delegation go from Fremont
County to Boise—County
Lines to Remain as They
Are.
Last week the president par
doned Timothy Ryan of this state.
His sentence had expired.
R. S. Spence, the Bear Lake
county lawyer, here to argue a case
before the supreme court, was at
tacked by la grippe and in conse
quence was under treatment for
three days in St. Alphonsus hos
pital. He came out all right this
morning and started on his return
home this afternoon.—Democrat.
H. Dorein constable of Soda
Springs precinct, brought George
Horsely up Tuesday and turned
him over to Sheriff O'Malley.
Hobo" George as he is Known
was recently bound over to await
the action of the district court for
stealing.—Pocatello Advance. *
At the recent meeting of the
board of directors of the Idaho in
sane asylum, J. M. Bennett was
elected president and I. N. Coston
secretary.—Statesman.
► A delegation from Fremont
county went to Boise last Thurs
'day to oppose the proposed divi
sion of that county. Two com
mittees were appointed one from
Rexburg, the other from the coun
ty seat, St. Anthony. Ben. E.
Rich, Alma Hess and Judge French
were sent from Rexburg and M. J
Gray, -J. C. Brandon, Arnold Mil
ler, L. C. Rice and Attorney Av
ereth from St. Anthony. The bill
\ps lost.
Idaho Falls is making an effort
to secure the land oflice now locat
ed at Blackfoot.—News.
The court house site was defini
in
and
get
ing
the
tely located by the committee on
Monday evening, which the block
selected is 29, and is just north of
The
the post-office,
haqling rock will begin in a few
days.—Fremont County News.
work
of
Register Brown, of the Blackfoot
land office, has been granted a 30
days' leave of absence, and will
visit New York and Washington,
and then go south to bis old Ten
nessee home before returning and
taking up bis official duties.—
Blackfoot News.
So far there is only one aspirant
to the post office in Soda Springs
In fact McKinley republicans are
nearly as scarce as hen's teeth, but
in case none could be found, it is
not unreasonable to presume that
some of the silver. republicans
could be prevailed upon to accept
it.—Advance.
Mr. Merrit says the work on his
sulpher mine is progressing nicely.
Next summer be can supply' all
the sulpher needed in southeastern
Isn't it strange that this
mountain of pure sulpher should
have remained unknown foi
long. —Advance.
Idaho.
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Mails.
Mails arrive and dppart from
Montpelier as follows, those marked
with a * being daily except Sunday
and those marked with f Tuesdays
Wednesdays and Saturdays:
Arrive.
Depart
10 a. m.
8 a. m.
1 p in.
1 p. m.
in. From east,
12:13 a.m. Mail closes at 7:30 p. m.
Office closes at 7 p. m. Office open Sun
day's from 8 -30 to i) .30 a. m.
* Afton, 10 a. m.
* l'aris, It p. m.
* Georgetown. 11 a. m.
t Dingle, 12 a. m.
Mail from west, 7 a.
Chas. Hammond,
Postmaster.
The Art Amateur.
Beet and Largest Practical Magazine
The only Art Periodical awarded medal
at the World's Fair.
Invaluable to all who wish to make thier
living by art or to make their
homes beautiful.
For lO cents
We will send to anv one mentioning
this publication a specimen copy, with
superb color plates, for copying or fram
ing, and 8 supplementary pa es of de
si. ns, regular price 35 cents. Or we will
. fcjid also '•I'aliitluK *'«■* Ut'BÎis*
uer«*" 00 pages
For cents.
Ad drf 89
MONTAGUE MARKl
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A Kitchen Necessity.
The \^ry lates't and'to our mind
the handiest artifcle for the kitchen
is a Standard Cabinet. The.cabi.
net is composed of five bins, which
can be used for flour, meal, rice,
oatmeal, buckwheat, raisins, dried
fruits, or anything desired to b(
kept free from insects, dust 01
dampness. A system of air tigh'
tea and spice drawers; also an aii
tight coffee bin with a coffee mil
attached; an air tight bread and
cake, bin, and a receptacle To;
knives, forks, spoons extracts, 't
the side of which is attached r
pair of soring scales. In fact it i
the best and most conveniently ar
ranged contrivance • we have eve;
met with. It would take a column
to describe its many and varied
uses. During the next few weeks
Messrs. Badly and Hon will cab
on every housekeeper jir the coun
ty with a sample and the low
price means they will sell ever»
woman one who sees the article
It will mean less work no annoy
ance and clean food.
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Estreys in the Examine« $1.50.
Why go to Paris to make final
proof when it can be done properly
in my office R. S. Spence
Fred Hansen's store is head
quarters for fresh fruits, celery
cranberries, candies, bulk oysters
and all other delicacies. Call and
get prices.
S. P Emelle, the jeweler.
Fresh creamery butter, milK,
cream, eggs, new potatoes, etc., de
livered at your door every morn
ing by D. .Beard.
Compare Emelle's work with
work you had done before ar.d see
the difference.
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iDcsecet Hews, . .
on
of
Reduced To
$2.00 PER YEAR.
few
of
the Oldest and most reliable Newspaper
hi the State. The Ideal Paper lor
Address,
Deseret News,
the home circle.
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and
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A LL who are interested in furthering the sale cl tien.
^ W. J. Bryan's new book should correspond im
mediately with the publishers. The work will contain
An aocctT.t cf his campaign tour . . .
llis biogrephy, written b y his wife . .
His most important speeches . . . .
r
A The resets cf the campaign of ISS6.
A review of the poS itkgjjs itualSen . .
C> AGENTS WANTÎUd <2
Hr. Bryan has announced his intention or.ievcting
one-half of all royalties to furthering the Asse of
bimetallism. There are already indications of A enca
mous sale. Address I (
W. B. C0NKEY COMPANY, Publish
341-23! Ceu-.-bora St.-.ALCACO.
mm column.
Notices under this head will
he .$1.50 for cattle and $1.00 for
horses per head.
I hare it
leseribed a,
my possession the following
inial:
(hie two-year old. hull branded S~ on
eft hip, square crop off' right ear, under
at off left ear.
If not claimed at the expiration of 60
lays from date same will be sold according
o the S alute of Idaho.
Veter Hansen, Bennington.
Dated. Jan. 7, 1807.
I hare in my possession the following
lescribetl animal:
One red steer with some spots on Is
•oming two-year old. Branded T nilh S
ruder it combined. The T is blotched a tu I
V may be something else. Branded, on
'eft ribs. No ear marks. At lohn filer
•n's ranch on Thomas' Fork.
If not claimed at the expiration of 60
lays from date, same will be sold accord
ing to Statutes of Idaho.
Dated Jan. It), 1807.
I hare in my possession the following
described animal.
One 3-year did gelding, bi anded O with
quarter circle over iL
If not claimed at the expiration of 60
lays from date same will be sold accord
ing.to the Statute of Idaho.
F. II. Baron,
Georgetown, Ida.
Dated, Dec S3, '97.
I hare in my pozsessiou the following
described animal:
One red cow S years olq. Branded
V
on left ribs, swallow fork in eaeh ear.
If not claimed at the expiration of 60
days from date, same will be sold accord
ing to Estray law.
John Stone, Hanson, Ida.
Jan, 25, 1S97.
I have in my possession the following
described animal:
One S or 4-year-old light red spotted
steer branded 0 on left ribs, blotched brand
on left hip, under half crop in both ears.
If not claimed at the expiration of 60
days from date same will be sold according
to Etiray law.
At my ranch on Thomas's Fork Ida.
Dated, Feb. 1, 1897.
C. Webster.
, To Loan—Plenty of money to loan on
improved farm property. Xone -but
good loans desired. No commissions or
charges made until tire loan is secured.
Apply to T. L. Glenn.
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See the Latest Model.
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Singer Sewing Machines aie so simple
that the youngest-can understand them.
So easy that the oldest can work them.
Such pasy terms that anybody can pur
chase one.
The Singer Manufacturing Co. has
offices in every City in the world Head
quarters for Bear Lake Co. at Mont
pelier, Idaho.
ing Machines made and soli).
Sold annually. This proves the old say
ing, that the best is the cheapest and
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