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in and for the county of Bear Lake.
Frederick B. Webber, Kxparfce, peti
tion for change of name,
Comes now the petitioner and by this
petition, most respectively represents
mid shows to the Court.
That he was born at Columbus, in
the state of Nebraska, and is now oyer
twenty-one years of age.
That he now resides at the City of
Montpelier in the county of Bear Lake
and state of Idaho.
That his present name is Frederick
B. Webber.
That the name to which he proposes
to change his name is, Frederick B.
McCart.
That his reason for desiring to change
his name is, as follows, to-wit.
that his own father, Eli. Webber,
«when he the petitioner was three years
of age and for some time prior thereto,
neglected and failed to care for him,
and that afterwards his mother mar
ried one Samuel li. McCart, who took
great interest in him, the petitioner,
and educated and clothed him, and in
every way and nt all times showed a
deep solicitude for his then present and
future Interests, whloh naturally oaus
ed thé affections of your petitioner to
go ont to and entwine themselves
about the said Samuel B. McCart, in
his lifetime, and in consequence of said
treatment, he has become attached to
the name of his deceased step-father,
and desires to adopt the same as his
future name.
That the residence of said Eli Web
ber, is unknown to this petitiones, and
he has no knowledge as to the resi
dence of any of the relatives of the
said Eli Webber.
Wherefore, Your petitioner prays
that the Court may grant him a decree
«■hanging his. name from Frederick B.
Webber to Fiederiok B. MoCart, and as
in duty bound he will eyer pray ect.
T. L. Glenn.
A tty. for Frederick B. Webber
Slabs Given Away.
Anyone who wants slabs can have
them free if they will take them
away before June 1st.
John Mining
Nounan Sawmill.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of MARY GRUNIG Deceased:
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Administrator of the Estate of
Mary Grunig deceased, to the creditors
of. end all persons having claims against
the said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the fiast publication
of this notice, to the said Administrator
at Montpelier, in the County of Bear
Lake, Idaho.
Dated at Montpelier, April 30, 1900
Godfrey Grunig.
Administrator of the Estate of Mary
Grunig, deceased.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
United States Land .»ftioe. |
lllackfoot, Idaho, May lnb.lMW.»
Notiee Is Hereby Riven that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to mak" final proof in support of Ills olaiin and
that said prpof will be made before the Clerk
of the District Court at Paris, Idaho, on June
31,1900, via;
CEORGE A, WILLIAMS
For the NWWNWU,
NK 1 ^ See. 28 f Tp 11 S. R.
He names the following witnesses to proro
his continuous residence upon jand cultivation
of said land, viz;
Alex StoWell of Xounnn, Idaho William M. I
Williams of Paris, Idaho. Briebara Skinner, of
Nouuan, William Mormeu Williams of Xounan
Idaho.
Sec. "7, Ni 4 NEVi SEVi
415 E,
Lorkkso R. Thomas,
Register.
may 18-june 23
APPLICATION FOR CHANGE ç>P
NAME.
In the District Court, of the Fifth
Judicial District of the State of Idaho.
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Death of Mrs. Stewart.
Mrs. Mary Stewart died at five
o'clock Thursday morning after an
illness of several weeks, and was
buried from St. Joseph's Catholic
church at 9 o'clock this mornifi
Rev. Father Ternes delivering a
feeling tribute to the dead.
The sacred edifice was packed to
the doors with sorrowing friends,
■who gathered to pay a last tribute
of respect to the departed.
The pallbearers were P. J. Mur
phy, J. J. Hickey, P. J. Byrnes, H.
Evans, Ed Wallace and Jas. Hayes,
Mrs. Stewart was the daughter of
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Finley, and :
was born in this city February 10, j
1880. She became Mrs. Stewart)
February 10, 1898* and two child
ren came to bless their union. The
eldest is 1Ç months of age, while
the other is an infant of three weeks.
When it became apparent that
her illness would prove fatal her re
latives were telegraphed for, but
her father,-who now resides in Ana
conda, was too ill to come to the
funeral.. Her brothers Thomas and
Joseph arrived in the city shortly
before her death, and her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Owen McEntee,
arrived yesterday.
Death is always sad, but in this
case it is especially pathetic, and
the sympathy of everyone is extend
ed to the sorrowing husband in his
great loss.—Rawlins Journal
J. M. RICHAKDSON
Teacher of music.
8 lessons for $4.00.
Terms:
Rapid and correct advancement
guaranteed.
Eastward Œbrougb tbe IRocK*
ies.
The traveler, tourist or business man
is wise when he selects the Rio Grande
Western Railway "Great Salt Lake
Route" for his route to the East. It is
the only trans-continental line passing
directly through Salt Lake City, and in
1 addition to the glimpse it affords of
the Temple City, the Great Salt Lake
and the picturesque Salt Lake and Utah
Valleys, it offers the choice of three
distinct routes through the mountains
and the most magnificent scenery in
the world. Double daily train service
and through Pullman and Tourist
sleeping cars between Los Angeles,
San Francisco, Denver and Chicago.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, of
each week, Pullman Tourist cars are
run from Los Angeles to Boston via
Chicago without change.
For pamphlets descriptive of the
"Great Salt Lake Route, write F. A.
Wadleigh, General Passenger Agent,
Salt Lake City.
HORSES
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are Advancing in value.
St, LEDGER,
The Black Percheron Stallion
will sfcaud this season at iny
Ranch on Thomas Fork.
X ■wilt pasture and
breed for S0.OO.
GOTTFRIED ESCHLER,
P. O. Thomas Fork, Idaho,
Additional Locals.
WHY BAKE BREAD, when we
out tarais» y oar w*nN. Fresh Breil.
Bans. Pies and CV«t always on hand.
Meals at lowest rates Give us a ivui
opposite depot French Bakery- i
Grading up Washington Avenue.
Roadraaster Barrett has started
teams to work grading up Washing
ton avenue. The material used is
gravel taken from the mouth oi the
canyon, and at least six inches of it
will be put on the thorougfare.
The gravel will make an excellent
roadbed and the street neçds it too,
for almost every team that comes
the city travels along this
into
street.
yapid rate the v oik is b^,
ing done it will only take a couple
WBcks t0 ^ ver the eiui ,. 0
street.
Decoration Day.
The lodges have taken up the
matter of observing Decoration
Day. Committees have been ap
pointed to take charge of the mat
ter and they will meet to night at
the Hunter House to perfect ar
rangements.
Next Wednesday is the day and
whatever is done will have to be
acted on promptly.
Summer Excursions
via
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
Rate of one fare for the round trip,
plus $2.00, has been authorized from fill
points in Idaho to the points and on the
dates shown below:
Sioux City, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago. St. Louis, &ret. June
4-5.
Charleston & ret. July 1-2.
St. Paul & ret. July 13-14.
Detroit & ret. Aug. 23-21.
Chicago à ret. Aug. 23-24.
Three trains daily with many hour
quickest time, best service and most
elegantly appointed equipment. All
tickets good via Salt Lake and Denver.
The sublime scenery of Echo and Weber
Canons, the famous "Witches Rocks, "
••Devil's Slide." "Green River Bluffs,"
"Pulpit Rock" and "Devil's Gate," are
a source of enchanting interest to all
Overland travelers Sleeping, Dining,
Buffet Smoking & Library and free
dining Chair Cars through to Omaha
and Chicago without change. For fur
ther information apply to nearest Ore
gon Snort Line ticket agent or write K.
M. Clay, Gen'l Agent. Salt Lake City.
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