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WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES CLOAKS, MENS OVERCOATS, OVERSHOES, BLANKETS, AND OTHER WINTER GOODS AND WILL SAVE YOU FROM 10 to 20 per cent ON YOUR PURCHASE. I 1 THE GOLDEN RULE STORE awuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuiuuuuuuuiuuuuuiiuuiuuiuiuuuuiauuuR NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Black foot, Idaho, J Not. 10th, 1903.1 Notiee is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make Anal proof in support of his claim, and that said preof will be made before DeMeade Aastin. U. 8, Commr. at Mdntpelier, Bear Lake County,Idaho, on Dec. 21st, 1903 vis: ALBERT T. PRICE. For the NE M of Sec. 10. Tp, 12, S R 46 E. B. M, He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Alfred T. Price, Edward L. Lashbrook and John Hirschi of Geneva, Idaho, James Francis, of Raymond, Idaho, 1st pub, nov.13 jast pub. dec. 18 pd LORENZO R. THOMAS. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States Land office, Blackfoot, Idaho, Dec. 1, 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in sup port of her claim, and that said proof will be made before James E. Hart, Clerk of the District Court at Parb, Idaho, on January 16, 1904, viz: JHOUN CHUGG, For the W* SE±, of Sec. 17, Tp. 11, S of R. 43, E. B. M. She names the following wtnesses to prove her continuous residence and cultivation of said land, viz: David Chugg, Charles Bartschi, Hy rum skinner and Phylis Chugg all of Nounan, Idaho, 42-47 pd. upon Lorenzo R. Thomas, Register. * MOSE LEWIS, THE LEADER. I have Thousands of Dollary of Merchandise to select from. must close out at greatly reduced The end of the season is approaching, therefore I prices. 200 $4.50 150 $4.50 Mena good Worsted Suits at 0Q Mens Ulsters 52 inches long Sizes 44 worth $8.00 Closing price $8.50 $1.25 $5.75 all Wool Clay Worsted at lOO Boys odd Coats all Wool at 5fritt 35 to &'ti> 50 =55 $3 Ladies last years Jackets 50 Ladies late style Jackets Walking Skirts worth $5.00 Suit, at $2.5o 50 All goods reduced to low price, will appreciate good bargai Price your goods in other Stores then come to our store and you ns. MOSE LEWIS, The Leader, Montpelier, Idaho. § ✓ftauuuatuuaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaauauuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauauuiaaaaaauaauaauaaaaaaaaii ESTRAYS. The following 1 estrays have been taken up by the respec tive parties and unless claimed will be sold according to the provisions of the estray law: 1 red Quw, dehornad, branded L on left ribs, crop off right ear, underbit in left. 1 red heifer calf, no brands or ear marks. 1 red heifer, white in forehead, branded with ace of clubs, % underbit in left ear, slit in right ear . 1 bröckle face steer calf, no brands cat marks. or 1 roan steer, about 2 years old, branded SL with o on top of L, on jeft ribs, no ear marks. Token up Nov. 18, 1903. DUNC MCLENNAN . 42-43 Border, Wyo. 1 red roan bvll about 3 years old, branded V on right hip. Right ear split. Taken up Nov. 26, 1 903. CHRIS TIA N HIRSCHI, Geneva, Idaho. 43 1 whit» face bull wattle on left side neck, branded P and R combined, on right side. Also dim brand on left. No ear marks. Taken up Nov. 26, 1903 at my Thomas Fork ranch. DUNC MCLENNAN . 43 Montpelier. Idaho. Wanted—Hides* The Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co., are ready for fall business. We buy all kinds of hides, furs and pelts, and as we sell direct to the tanners, we are able to pay the highest price. Send us your hipments. 32 W. B Bregman Manager. Fire and Lightning Insurance at cost price, rates before insuring. For particulars ; inquire of Mark F. Whitman, or write ; E. S. Whittier, 42tf Get our me. / Masonic Officers* At a regular meeting ot King Solomon lodge, A. F. & A. M., held last evening, the following officers were elected: H. Garrick, W. M. Jas. Redman, S. W. Joe Fuller, J. W. J. O. MeCart, Treas. Chas. E. Harris, Sec. The installation will take place Sunday afternoon, Dec. 27th. The same day in the forenoon at 11 o'clock, all the Masons in the city will attend divine services at the Episcopal church, from the hall in a body bers of the cratt are expected to be present. marching All mem W. G. PHELPS, TONSOL1AL artist Shampooing & Massage. Rasors Honed. Montpelier,-Idaho. Two Doors East of the Postoffie.