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WfllNYflTES STORE * ♦ * ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ * Another shipment of Latest Styles of ♦ ♦ ♦ * * COATS, SUITS, WAISTS & DRESS SKIRTS * ♦ ♦ ♦ has just arrived. ♦ ♦ * * ♦ Have a beautiful line of ♦ ♦ MILLINERY ♦ + ♦ + ♦ ♦ FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + * Our first lot of Holiday Goods now here. * GLOVES, SHAWLS, FASCINATORS, ETC. GOOD GOODS, GOOD VALUES ♦ + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + + * ♦ + Î Montpelier, $**** + + ***♦**+*********++ + ♦ + ** + * Idaho. * FURNITURE. See our Line of DINING GflflIRS and EXTENTION TABLES Burooune furniture 60. We sell on the installment plan. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office, Black foot Idaho, Sept. 24,1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his iutention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that saidproot will be made before De Meade Austin. U. S. Commissioner at his office, Mont pelier Idaho, on November 10, 1904, viz BRIGHAM H. BOWEN For the SEX NWw.SWM NEW, NE*SW^, NWM SEJi Sec. 23, Tp. 12 S. R. 41 E. B. M. ' He names the following witnesses to prove I his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz; Morris C Holme* Luoious Rimrliam William R. Hoîmeai Idaht> ' LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. First pub Sept 30, Last pub Nov. 4. pd. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, 8ept. 12,1904. 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, 6. Commissioner, at his office, Mont pelier, Idaho, on October 31,1904, viz: ALBERT WILLIAM D1MICK 'or the SWk NW«, NW* SW^, Sec. 23, SE* MEM, NEMSEM Sec. 26, Tp 18 S. R. 44 E. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove lis continuous residence upon and cultivation * >f said laud, viz: George Haddock, John C. Stewart, Louis 4tuart and Frank A. Dimick, all of Wardboro, daho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, ?ir»t pub Sept. 16 ' Register. -.ast Oct. 21. pd. V given that the following filed notice ol his intention to 1 4 Take your Land Proofs and filings to [). M. Austin, U. 8. Commissioner, Vionfpelier, Idaho. Notice . of Special Stockholder's Meeting. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Montpelier Elec tric Light Company, Limited, held at Mont pelier. Idaho, on the 19th day of September, 1904, a meeting of the stockholders of said com pany was called to meet at the company's of fice at Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, the 29th day of October, 1904. at eight o'clook. p. m„ for the purpose of considering the advisabil ity of, and deoming whether or not, the capital ncreased from shares of the on stock of said company shall bel present capitalization of 28,000 par value of 91 00 each to a capitalization of 40,000 shares of the par value or f 1.00, for the Purpose of realizing funds with which to erect milsioï liX' P a Water P ° WBr pla,U * nd tP "" A full meeting of the stockholders is desired. JOHN R. BRENNAN, MILFORD WILLIAMS, President. Secretary. Dated Sept. 28rd, 1904. First pub 9-23 Notice to Creditors In the District-Court of the United States for the District of Idaho, in the State of Idaho. Ill the matter of ERASTUS M. COLE, Vol untary Bankrupt, In Bankruptcy. Erastus M. Cole huvihg filed his petition in above matter, for a full and complete discharge from all his debts and liabilities, and it appear ing to the undersigned referee, that the same is in due form as required by the Act of Congress, relating to Bankruptcy, and the same having been referred to said referee for hearing and ad judication, and an order of notioe thereon hav ing been entered in said matter, it is hereby ordered thut each and all persons holding elaims against the said Bankrupt, or having any interest therein, may appeur before the sal referee on the7th dav of November. A. D. 1904 at 3. p. m. of said day, at the office of T. L. Glenn. Esq. in the City of Montpelier in the County of Bear Lake and State of Idaho, in said District, to show cause if any they have, why the prayer of said petitton should not be granted. Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, this 7th day of October 1904. l LORENZO T. SHEFHERD, Referee 10 7 The Catholics of Lewiston are build ing a new church. It is announced that the Short Line company will at once begin construction of the Minidoka and Southwestern branch. This branch is projected to run through the tract of land being reclaim ed by the government near Minidoka and through the heart of the greater tract being developed under the Twin Falls Irrigation system. Louis J. Herz, a young man, formerly secretary of Chas- R. Kelsey & Co., was arrested at Mountainhome last Friday on the charge of having em bezzled $800 of the company's funds, his speculations, it is alleged, having covered a period of a year and a half and being characterized by gross man ipulation of the books. Democratic National Ticket* For President ALTON B. PARKER For Vice President HENRY G. DAVIS Foj Presidential Electors A. F. PARKER W. W. WOODS JOHN G. BROWN Democratic County Ticket For State Senator JOSEPH C. RICH For Representatives GEORGE C. HILLIER CHRIS WALLENTINE For Sheriff HENRY H. DALRYMPLE For Assessor and Collector AMASAM. RICH For Treasurer • H. ROBT. SHEPHERD For Probate Judge GEORGE B. SPENCER For County Attorney THOS. L. GLENN For Supt. of Schools EUGENE S. HART For Surveyor EDWARD J. HADDOCK For Coroner DAVID G. STUART For COmSnissloners EDWARD M. PUGMIRE ALFRED W. SPARKS M. JEFF DAVIS a Notice to Creditors* In the District Court of the United States for the District of Idaho, in the State of Idaho. In the matter of J. S. KALLENBERGER, Voluntary Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy. J. S. Kallenberger having tiled her petition in above matter, for a full and complete discharge from all her debts and Habilites, and it appear ing to the undersigned referee, that the same is in due form as required by the Act of Congress, relating to Bankruptcy, and the same having been referred to said referee for hearing an ad judication, and an order of notice thereon hav ing been entered in said matter, it is hereby ordered that each and all persons holding claims against the said Bankrupt, or having any interest therein, may appear before the said referee on the 7th day of November, A. D. 1904. at 3 o'clock p, m. of said day, at the office of T. L. Glenn Esq. in the City of Montpelier, in the County of Bear Lake and State of Idaho, in said District, to show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petition should not he granted. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller i wSSa'c. August 29th, 1904. WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence present ed to the undersigned, it has been made to ap pear FIRST national bank, of Montpelier, located in the town of Montpelier in the County of Bear Lake, and State of Idaho, has complied with all the provi sions of the Statutes of the United States, re qutred to be complied with before an associa turn shall be authorized to commence the busi ness Of banking; NOW therefore I, William B. Ridgely, Camptron.r ol tb. Currency, do hereby certify THE FIRST NATIONAL. BANK | of Montpelier, located in the town of Montpe- , Her, in the county of Bear Lake, and I state of Idaho, is authorized to commence ttc business of banking as provided in section Fifty I S,Â"Î.S'Â °' ,h ' Revlsea ! in testimony whereof witness ! SÄSnw-ÄÄ : * ■ ! ot j Dated at Montpelier. Idaho, this 7th dav of October 1904. LORENZO T. SHEPHERD, Referee. 10 7 NOTICE* No 7381 (Seal] August. 1904. Wm. B. Ridgely. Comptroller of the Currency. Sept. 2-Nov. 2 Fifty Years the Standard ryT-y 4 t m wmm vmm Hade from pure cream ef tartar derived frem grapes. PRIOE BAKING POWDER OO. CHICAGO. PICKINGS FROH THE PRESS. Interesting Items Gleaned from Our State Exchanges* The enrollment at the Ricks Acad emy in Rexbursr now numbers 175. In the family of C. Christainsen of Rigby, seven members are down with typhoid fever. Mrs. Morgan Knapp of Rexburg, com mitted suicide on the night of October 13 by hanging herself. The Caldwell schools are so crowded that that school board was compelled ' to employ another teacher. The citizens of Nampa have donated a site and will have a brewery built at a cost of $4000 with equipment costing about $30,000. Up to last Saturday 753 carloads of sheep have been shipped east from Hailey. It is thought that enough more will be shipped to increase the number to 800. The town of Sugar Cit., has started out on the "dry town'' plan. All lots sold there are deeded to the purchaser with the stipulation that no intoxicants will ever be sold on the premises. A group of five mining claims, situat ed on the Custer side of Stanley Rasin, was recently sold for $16,000 to a pany of Union Pacific officials. The claims were located last summer by Hailey parties. The new town of Sugar City is forg ing right to the front. It already has an electric light system, a new bank be gan business last week, and a number of new business bouses and residences are being constructed. The Caldwell Power company has „j F J i •l* 18 *' placed a new 100-horse power Cor ,i8s er)gine in the P° wer house. This became necessary, owing to nlacino t V Placing tin tne streets and installing of many more incandescent lamps, Mr .1 (4 Woloh " elch recently found the tooth of a mammoth in the river hod Bo nver Dea De ' low Diackroot ths snnni nf a _ , . , t ne snout of a rhinoceros and is about Slx inches in depth, six inches from front to back and an(J ha , f inchœ | in width, , m, , I 1 nere are about 300 saloons in north oni Tdahn \ v „n„ . 0 , , I r J-uano. allace, m Shoshone conn ! '- V ' h " the ™">ber of saloons i ! proportion to population. There are 32 : f? 1 "? 8 ÿe town and the population 18 estimated at 8,200 to8,400. Lewiston j comes ilex': with 22 saloons for the esti mated population of 6.250. has 8 saloons and Orangeville com arc It looks somewhat like in Moscow nas 7.