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<# •> ♦ HRS. WHINYATES * ♦ ♦ ❖ « ♦ has received a consignment of the Latest Styles, in + ♦ ♦ ♦ SUMMER MIUUINERV. t ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ ^ Ladies call and see the beautiful goods and very moderate prices. * ♦ I ♦ * * Waists, Corsets, Boys' Suits, * Baby Coats * ♦ * + ♦ Skirts, Hose, Suits, Underwear, Fancy Work. * ♦ ' * ♦ 4* * + * + * 4* BOOKS, STATIONERY, TOYS, NOVELTIES. 4* '4* 4* Wednesday afternoon Free Lessons in Kensington Embroidery. 4 , * Montpelier, $4-4>4>4*4'4>*+4>4>**4>++****4>4>*+** + *4'4>4> + 4» 4* 4* 4* Idaho. + 4* NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Landofflce at Blackfoot, Idaho, June 17 1004. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before Register £find Receiver at Blackfoot, Idaho, on August S, 11904, viz: CHARLES W. LYON tor the W!* NE!*, and Wy, SEJ* Sec 19 Tp 12 S. R. 43 He na his cont of said U B. M. . the following witnesses to prove us residence upon and cultivation viz: Moroni Meecham of Blackfoot, Idaho, Hans Johnson of Goshen, Idaho, John Prescott of Sharon, Idaho and James Prescott of Basalt. | I LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. First pub June 24 Last Julv 29 ud. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, July 5,1904. Notice is hereb named settler has make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before DeMeade Austin, U, 8. Commissioner, at his office, Mont pelier, Idaho, on August 22, 1904, viz: JAMES L. SIZEMORE, for the Lots 3 and 4 Sec. 6, and Lots 1 and 2 Sec. 8, Tp. 11,8. R. 44 E B M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Louis B. Leverich, George King, J. R. Size more and Orson Freeman all of Georgetown, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, First pub July 8 Register Last Aug 19th pd. îv given that the following filed notice ot his intention to* Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an execution Issued out of the Justice Court of Thomas Fork Precinct and to me directed and delivered, for a judgment rendered and entered in said court, on the 18th day of June, 1904, in favor of John W. Stoner, plaintiff, and against H. J. Faust. Jr. defendant. I have levied on and taken into my possession the following property, towit: Twenty  mllfc cans, Five 5 sacks ot salt. One 1 barrel of salt. On» 1 box of soda. One 1 box of oil, Six 6 butter tubs, One 1 bale of butter wraps. One 1 lot of coal, estimated One 1 lot of cheese and butter boxing. Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day of July, 1904, at 2 o'clock p. m., of that day, in front of the Raymond Creamery on Thomas Fork in the county of Bear Lake, I will sell all the right, title and interest of said H. J. Fahst. Jr., in and to the above described property, at said Raymond Creamery Building at Public Auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, to satisfy said Execution and ail costs. Dated the 5th day of July, 1904, John Olsen, Sheriff. Joan s. Heggie, Deputy Sheriff, 8 tons, Notice of First Meeting of Creditors In the District Court of the United States for the Southern Division, Dis trict of Idaho in Bankruptcy, j In the matter of I, S. Kallenberger I Bankrupt. ^ To the creditors of J. S. Kelleuberger r ,of Montpelie, in the connty of Bear Lake, and District aforesaid, bankrupt Notice is ^hereby Riven that on the 8th day of July A. D. 1904, the said J. S. Kellen berger was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of her creditors will be held at the law of fice of T, L. Glenn, in Montpelier, Idaho on the 80th day of July. A. D. 1904, at 8 o'clock p. m. at which time the said creditors may attend, examine the bank rupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meet ing Lorenzo T. Shepherd, Referee in Bankruptcy. Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, this 8th day of July, A. IX, 1904. „ T. L. Glenn, Attorneys sor Bankrupt. For Sale Cheap. 1 dresser 1 wash stand. 1 dining table. 2 iron beds. 2 heating stoves. 1 steal range. Ö dining chairs. 2 rockers. 1 side board. 1 Davenport-Conch. 1 book case. 1 center table. 4 carpets. 1 kitchen-cabnet-table. Will be sold cheap for cash, apply to Pete Fnller. street to make the thoroughfare 45 I . . . , ° i feet in width. As the committee j could get no dennate agreement with the owners, it was moved and carried that an appraisement board be appointed to fix the damage» to abutting property. The chief of police and night policeman asked tor ati increase of pay to 175 and $05. next meeting. 21 To Widen llth Avenue. The council met in regular session last night with all councilmen pres ent. The street committee reported on the widening of 11 th street, and feobmmended" that enough land be condemned on the east side of the j Laid over till I SOMETHING INTERESTING. We are unloading TWO CARS of the OLD RELIABLE STEWART STOVES and RANGES and have in the MAL something new LEABLE Range. We can supply any kind or size of Range from the CHEAPEST to the VERY BEST made. Don't overlook the fact that we are HEADQUARTERS for ah kinds of HAY TOOLS, McCormick and Champion Mowers are unequaled in this market, as attested by the fact that NINE TENTHS of the RANCHERS are US ING THEM. IF YOU CAN'T GET WHAT YOU WANT FROM US, it will not be found elsewhere, as WE HAVE THE STOCK to Select from. CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE CO. < E. A. BURRELL» Local Manager. Several bills were presented and s allowed. Ordinance No. 58, the tax levy, was read a second time. A communication was sent to Supt. Manson asking that the cross ing in this city be kept freer of ob struction to travel. The council thereupon adjourned. j , For Rent. the lower floor of Possession East half of Oakley & Hess hall. 1 about August 15th. t Apply to B. F. Oakley. 21 22-pd. May Affect the West The big strike, now on in the big meat packing plants in Chicago, 1 Omaha, Kansas City and other east ern cities, may seriouslv affect, the west cattle and sheep owner of the unless it is settled quickly. At this time of year thousands of head of stock are being rushed to market, but there will be no demaud for them if the packing houst operate. contemplating shipping their fat stuff had better be careful lest they strike a ruinous markt t s cannot Therefore those who are Cattle are already low enough without taking any further chances. The Rtrike is an unfortunate tunc, but it is on so the stock shipper inglv.' one at the present must he governed accord* fishing is good in the mountain streams, but the mosqnitoes make life burdensome to the camper.