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J. H. McPherson, Dentist. Watson the Optician, Watson A. Moore the St. Anthony Druggists. Miss Cartier of Rexlmrg, was at the Riverside Hotel over Smidav. S. S. Loomis arrived in St. Anthony last Saturday from Bradshaw, Neb A. J. Lewis, proprietor of the ( 'ash Racket Store is in Bntte on business. Mrs. C. C. Moore, wife of Represen tative Moore, is visiting him at the cap ital. The orchestra under the direction of Mr. Canlderhead is making very rapid progress. Leland M. Driggs. of the Drigg-. Mer cantile Co., has been in the city for sev eral days. ,, T , , . . . C. F. Belmont of Silver City, was a , St. Anthony visitor Friday and Satur day of last week. Cull in at \Y If. Bnrland's and set sign just re that fancy "( fverland Rye eeived from Butte. Dr. Blevins is busily engaged in fitting np his rooms in the Ross-Haine» block and may be found there next Monday. The Ladies' Aid Society -.J the Pres byterian church will imeefc at tile resi dence of Mrs Millsays next Thursday. Feb. 19. W. S. Staken who came here recently from Chaeku valley and located two miles east of town was a Peak caller the Gist of the week Abner McPherson, of Leigh, Idaho, was in the city the. first of the week and called at this office and renewed his sub scription lor a year. S. M. Man pin was up from Idaho Falls the first of the week on business. Mr Man pin is foreman for the Rico & Cess sheep company. Dr. J. D. Louis was down from Vic tor the first of the week with his sister. Mrs. Worley, who left on Monday's train for her old home in Pennsylvania. H. G. King, formerly one of the lead ing merchants of Si. Anthony, but now a resident, of Boise. is in the city, thognost , . of G. t. Bowerman. cashier of the First National Bank. R. C. Heise, proprietor of the H«foe Hot Swings, was in the city the for.« part of the week. He says he wiU make many valuable improvements >xt his r< - t »Ci 1 tis sort this year. Paul Miller was in St cntliony I *st Friday on business. Paul Says IdJÙo „ 1ImIU " r alls is a booming town tor the ba rber business, but he would much rather live in St. Anthony. \\ m. \\ ank.e, the store kee.per at Squirrel, and Carl F. L.-nz, rancher, were in the city last Saturday. They reported that the snow in th«*ir section was getting pretty deep. The Peak has jnst recei ve 1 a large shipment of new type including a series of Tiffany Text, which is. something new and just the thing for visiting cards and invitations. The Chronicle and Freraort County News are extremely sv/eet on each other, so much so that they Exchange type set foi each other s panov, so wlien you read one you have read, the othor ,Mt. and Mrs. R.. J, Cost ley who have been visiting ia Boise and Payette, re turned homo today very much pleased with their trip. Mr. Costlev says they have a very fine country over there. C. B. Wheeler, of Focatello. who re presents the New York Life Insurance Co., arrived in the. city last Saturday and will remain several days looking up the interests of the company in this vi cinity. II. S, Po.«reH. traveling representa tive of t'sc Illinois ( entrai Railway, was in the city Tuesday on business for that railroad. Mr. Powell was ;i very pleasant caller tit this office before leaving the city. Win. Burton, wbo has acted in the capacity of stenographer at the First ,, . , ,, , ' 1 National Bank since election, left last Friday for Salt Lake ( 'ity. waere he has accepted a more lucrative position in the National Bank of the Republic. The Teton Telephone Co. have rented a suite of rooms in the Ross-Ham.-r block where they will have their ex change and office. Mr. Hays, the superintendent was in the city over Sun day and reported the work progressing rapidly. R. K- Nedrow, sou of S. Nedrow, here on a visit with his father and mother and will remain a roupie of weeks. Mr. Nedrow, Jr., lias just re turned from a few week's visit with friends und relatives in Nebraska. He is engaged in 1 he butcher business in Jackson, Wyo. Mr. L. S. Loonier of Bradshaw. York county Nebr., arrived in St. Anthony the first of the week and is out among our ranchers buying np cattle and hogs which he will ship to his feed vanls Tn Nebraska next Monday. He expects to purchase two car loads of each. Mr. Loonier says feed is very plentiful and cheap in his section of the -tale, partic ularly the corn crop, of which a very heavy yield was harvested last tear The gentleman is stopping at the St Anthony hotel. A. S. Worsick, representing the Fair hanks-Morse Gas Engine Co., was in the city over Sunday. There are several Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engines in use in and about St Anthony which are all giving good satisfaction. The Peak has been using a Fairbanks-Morse en gine for a year. We have operated see eral different makes of gasoline engines, but we can say that the Fairbanks Morse engine has been the first gasoline engine to give thorough satisfaction. The cost of operating our engine very rarely exceeds '45 cents per day. ^ **<11 i > ui-SiMS }'<'lVin>f SÜ. , nules, also (iOc for sheep pelts Nigh- Marshal Claronc- Oakderi i n fp ' v days in Island i irk thi week. Dr. Middleton theattendimrphvsieinn, , ... , ,, repoi'isait getting along well. . oin to tne wife of II. ;I Smith of St Anthopy, Feb. 7, as 1 pound girl. Dio vm, ; l).d yon roe the cartoon in ta- 1 .,-e | <1 esniiin oi Kopres 111 ; 1 1 i v c * ( ( Moore lying in a lumnnock hot v. < cn i two banana trees with his banana in itis hand, jnst after the Reform School Bill passed the senate? ut: Born. To the wife of R If. Pembl Imnnds, Feb. <». 190:1, a girl, To the wile of John M t fatt. South St. Anthony. Feb. N, 19::::, a daughter Won! j"vents A Most l-'atal Gift be the power of This would destr son & Moore. Dm Tragedy A verted. lust in the nick of time onr little foreseeing ! lev,, "v * knowledge of the future woiild unmake! happiness. There arc, of course, some ! things about the future w - d< > know 1 f i for instance, a lack of energy, ambition ! and loss oi appétit« shows' nsëlf'wë' know i! will ho followed b\ sew-ms com- I plaints it not cheeked Often liver and ! kidney trouble follow quiekiv. In : , 1; y | event Electric Bitten will restore von i to health. It strengthen:-. builds up ami ! invigorates rundown -vsteins. Onlv ! 50c. Satisfaction gnavatiteed bv Wat ,'ISts. hoy was saved" writes Mrs. W. Wat kins of Pleasant ( ity. Ohio. _ "Pnen- [ înonm had played_ sad havoc with him | and a bad cough had set in beside. Doctors treated him. but he grew worse every day. At length we tried Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption and our darling was saved He's now sound, and well, Everybody ought to know it s the only sure cure for Co ighs, ( olds and all Lung diseases. Guaran teed by Matson iV Moore. Druggists. Price 50c and $1.0». Trial bottles free The scratch of a pin may cause the los» "f a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the injury All danger of this may be avoided, how over, by promply applying Chamber fain's Pain Balm. It is an antiseptic and quick healing liniment for «■ut bruises and burns. For sale by all drug ------- *or biab.-. - Tfl < kson saw mill in Pint Canyon "„"'l H H î ilts u, \ rth of - Uwu - h , 01 ' s " power bailor mi l ein-inu. and fixture" axe: complete outfit for lagging, also two city lots in South St. Anthony with fence, plank walk in front, new four room house, finished, and a small barn. Machinery all under ycood cover. Call on or address H. \V. Jackson, St. Anthony. Ida Nghgo is be I-Is tray Notices. n br -given. that there ciunc !o jrinonor iiltout Nov. 1. the rilicd nii.'iiui] one red voar-oL: left bip. two underbits of Owner s retiuesicd to prove propcr'.y.pay charges, imcl t ake U.i - said property if not elaimrd within forty days from UpmL ir oi tiling this uotiee. the said animal will be sold irdinpr to la w. Sam smith 190 i. Victor lie-si cd. Auditor. Notice is hereby-riven, that there came to my ranch at Chesiei. Idaho, on or about .Ian. :ii). l!«'.i. the following- d,escribed animal: One bay hörst; about l(j years old. wei.rht i«T,0 pounds, white spot in forehead. noth Id id feel white, collai- ui'vrhod. no brands •. is'.bJe. Owner is re«,iu*.-:i ».-<•. to prove prone", y . .... ■ charges, and i ako the said proper: y away.' It not claimed within fortv tlavs from the date of filin- this noti -e. tiie said animals will be void aeeordin- to law. William Da w. Witness: otto l). c îarrett. Filed January Vi i - complete, plainer, matcher and mould ** r sizin K 3111(1 l»th saw. shimxlc two 1 ;.Ä ,1K - tWO ^1 '""'T' tu.i pair No. J bobs, two pair F trucks with chains ami skidding ton l ,k ' l :u "" ul Dm- sivri ! Vi Notice is hereby given. tli:u 1 in- 1 my much ni K il /mr on tv- u mui; the follow in- desF*.riiH;»l unirniiK: One bay horv vi-i-b.; aboui years old In amhniî^on left thi-h a rel horse, bla/.c fa,<*e. white hind f about pounds', b yen?' <>id. : vi left shoulder, "7-2 ' -i li-nt : S'WI i-iit thigh. Owner is if not claimed within forty of lilin- this m\f it*»;, the -, sold aeeordin;» to law. Filed Jamiun, sr, !■.«>:' Notice is hereby uiy ranch about one about .fanuai \ XkM. , two i iwner isreo.ut char;- r es. and ia!;e said projieri elaimcd within forty «lays fro a, tne this notice, the said animai cording to law. Filed .ta unary : i. Mi:}. Notice is hcr: b auch 1 1 o miles n or about Nov cribcdanimal: One red y earl a ' this me •••. t .,- ;1 ;,• . UJi>;; - ray ranch at k '' " H! r hurles Muck« iiitf to I Filed January 'J*, I Victor Hegst c«-. Notice is hereby -iyon, tli.it ;Lion my ranch ;.t Marysville, Idaho, «»;: Nov. 1. IDO*:, the folio wir one red and white spot blotcht about 12 yea Owner j> r. charges, am 1 not claimed of iilinmhis! accdrcbit- : t iquostcd to prove said pro pc : 1 , ; j i j i ' : j ; ■ : ; j ' l I i j I , i • I , v - ; . , - ; ! ...... j • ■ lieg unit ; l to prove propel Jamiary :?!. I:' si. lie-re i-iiuie t!i " St. An: !l >r il.«* fotimvinv .! ■open y. rop in left pro pc ai. l p»-op! rty a id ou ri-ht riIp. slit in A; lit s old. Glu-'!* ! to prove property, pav taue tne sriicl property ;*.;vay. If • about .In esembiiiG properl \ Filed J mu l.i i * ■ iiep . A Hi - lo ft ribs both tin Owuei «-har-»-'. and »al iti proper t. i; " " ....... : acdbcljn .1 \ -.i,,, - - Notice is hereby give my ranch in i i ■ - ,■ Vm ùie ' ivioîi 1 on or aboui Nov. 15, r.*i_v the following scribed annual, one steel gr;:\ n ire h**iw< ami ü years old »vith blotch brand on shoulder. Owner is request sled. <» Sermon. 1' iiv i d I.;. :!•,(' Rev. Will Stuart Wil son. Jan. itlti:!. at the First Pres b. . riant 'huroli. from II Timothy 4:7. Our estimate of life is conditioned largely by our experience. Words have their passing phases, and life, its epi sodes. Both have their influence in (>uv vtew „fiitV as a whole. ft > one pissing along the dark valley, mourning perchance, the loss of some angel face ' which "lie has loved liai; since, and lost awhile," life seems one drear expanse of endless gray, monoton ous in its continuity. To such a one life scons in truth a "valeof tears. " To another having achieved much of life s vast possibilities and being crowned with glorious wealth of a lovely woman's loves with i-x President Cleveland he might well exclaim that "life was one grand, sweet song." Or. with Sir Edwin Arnold, viewing life from :t swiftly moving palace car, might well be pardoned for sounding his optoiuistie, if somewhat superficial tmte. of "all s well along the Potomac." To the sheltered and to the superficial. die with its swiftly passing, kaleidos changes, may partake solely of the pleasurable. t Ho' tlie actuality may more '•early threaten an engulfing cataclysm To the "strenuous" one. life may fit Dngly bo ilcsciibcd by the great apostle, as a ""»' d fight . " It is a warfare, good or evil, as victory or defeat, may «wait its end. As our experience deep '' !ls we realize that the whole world is a vast encampment. In national armies the recruits are vigorously tested. Vet in this larger warfare', and ah. the pity of it, the recruits are thrust upon the firing line, infirm, feeble-, and many times utterly incompetent. Or, again, within the armies of the republic are two "establishments," that of the regulars and that of the volun ten's. To tiles.' may be added a possible third division, rlu conscript, subject to draft. I have a father wbo is proud of the past and of his regiment, the ''Stli Indiana Volunteers. But not the least cause for pride, lies in the last significant word "volunteers." Tltey were not laggards, these saviors of the best land on earth. They were not deaf, when the republic cried out in the an guish of an almost mortal wound. A mightier anthem and a sweeter, was never beard than that inspiring chant, We are coming Father Abraham, three thousand strong." G-o.l bless these volunteers of the great republic, of all time, for every war has seen its quota. Never has the republic called in vain and God forbid that she ever should. But. while tiiis is true, how goes the battle, upon our "far-flung battle line," upon the larger stage of life, within whose scarred anil embattled ranks there is no place for the volunteer. We are all conscripts here. Drafted! and the wealth of the Klondike could not purchase a substitute. Drafted! and death aim; • can end this conscription or bring this enlistment to an end. Drafted God pity the conscript in life's great contest , fore doomed to defeat, thro' the fearful handicap of an evil heritage or environment. On every side there lies the tragic • videnco of these stricken ones against whom the battle has gone. The press teems with reports, daily, of life's tra gic failures. There is no sanitoriuin, no hospital, no tenement, no house of re fuge, no morgue in till our broad land, that might not add its quota, and no "potter's-fiold" that does not eloquently testify of lli.-se nameless ones, who have fought their last fight and have lost the race. Take them up tenderly, for only ( rod can know the anguish oi' the brok "ii in heart and comfort them that mourn. H< alone can measure the bitterness of the defeat or know the heroism of the fight. Suspend your finite judgment, in the interim, for possibly "the publican and the harlot, go unto the kingdom of God before you. oh. thou carping, self righteous pharasitc, thou bird of most wondrous plumage. Lean» this, that "not every one that sayeth, Lord. Lord," shall en ter into the kingdom of heaven, but him that, "doetli the will of my father which is in heaven. As the army corps wends its way thro' tim blinding glare of the mid-day sun. here one and there another, falls from the ranks exhausted. Comrades arc told off, by the officer in charge, to ' at-' fur. and bring in these stricken one , unable of themselves to keep their place in the li'ie. Or, perchance, it is after some actual time of conflict, and the red cross legions, with corporals and guard, bring in their less fortunate com rades from the front. T'Uirist and guide, in their dangerous quest amidst the dizzy heights, and the precipitous steeps, the yawning crevasse or threatening avalanche of the lordly Alps, secure themselves with a rope ied to tin waist of each. Then step by -top, each bracing and each braced they pursue their hazardous adventure. If ai' should fall the connecting rope se cures the lallen one from death on the rocks below. Comrades in life's battle, what the ambulance and stretcher are to the hricken soldier, the rope to the luoun- - aui. c, friends are to friends, in ltd . file giva, ( ommander tells oft' his guards, and friends were born for ad- .'ersities hour. God pity them who are •-mi idle-.-, or friendless in this nniver- .-■ ! war, God pity us, with a profounder ;-i:y. it wc prove ourselves unfriendly in this war. A comrade and your fel lownmn is your comrade in tiiis case has been beaten iu life's course. He falls, defeated in the contest. Tempta veakened him, that you per* chance are a stranger to. Instantly jrienils step in and reach out helping • 'anus. Again and again they assist and m '.- id him with their brotherly regard, i hank < iod for a friend in need for he i friend indeed for, "you have but to : : -H by the wayside in life, to find nine "Uth- ..I the w-.rld good Samaritan " Ii-_ the haven of the blessed Nazarine. \iuny engagements are won or lost in ' ids .-aine "far filing battle line" of ours. 111 the gar; t. upon the street, in public ,'o-ni u. within the home, the ceaseless '"-'id- '' rages. Here a young girl, >vphaii" 1 , battles for her chastity, upon 1 .......' *''*v iV " »»oi vuttatuy, upuu crust, and dies, it may be. rather than i.'file theta npl, of her God. There, a yuuii*; niiin struggles against "sin's se ductive art. and "the life that sin has stricken never soars as high again." Vguin. young manhood is pitted, almost singl" hr.ndci: against intrienclied wrong in nigh places, and victoriously purges H . cger.n staide of its rottenness. The ■ sidency is his reward but the higher ..■m of righteousoMBs" '.'iAaitst.il! nd ot hiH enlistment. Paul ■ "Ughl. a "go. 1 fight." lie "kept the I ait ii assured at life's erul of tiiis same \V \ \ \ \.\ \ N N \ \ N \ VN S V1N \ \ A V \ N \ MRS \ \ At the Wooleif Goods C a s 1 ) Ja cite t_S tore Only a few of the following articles left which must go as we do not believe it / keeping woolens or winter goods over. A few $2.50 Comforters / got to sell 'em for $ 1 , 19 . A few Si.00 Comforts for 59 c. One only all wool S6.25 / Shawl for $ 2.93 / A few snaps, and a few / / only, in the way of Coats ^ for men and boys. / A S5.00 fur lined Duck / Coat for $ 2 . 51 . ^ .A long Duck Ulster $5.00 z coat, just the thing for hard / wear and warmth, for $ 2-51 / A few pair of men 's $1.25 / leggins for 50 c. Boy 's splendid value Leg gins for 37c a pair. Men's and boy 's Overalls got to sell 'em, 42 c a pair. Boy's 65c heavy llannel waists for 27 c each. Ladies' splendid long all wool Hose, got to sell 'em, 20 c per pair. Boy's leather covered wool-lined 65c Mitts and Gloves, sell 'em at 31 C a pair. Ladies' 50c Wool Mitts for 20 C a pair. Men's 65c heavy Wool , Sox, got to sell 'em, 2 3 c , per pair. / Men's S3.00 lambs' wool ') Sweaters, got to sell 'em, , $ 1.95 each. / Men's all wool S 3.50 per ') suit Underwear, got to sell / 'em, $ 1.40 per suit. /. All ladies' and children's / wool Underwear to be sold / just one-half of original cost. / / Ladies' and children's / fleece-lined Hose at one half original cost. It will be to your interest to take advantage > of these prices. Remember the place, CASH i RACKET STORE, headquarters for House > hold Furnishings, Hardware, Tinware.Granite ware, Rugs, Carpets, Silverware, Jewelry. ' Gents' Furnishings, Dry Goods, Cigars, Candy, ; Etc. Opposite Teton Peak Office. A>' \ \ \ \ \ n \ \v\ v:v \ \ \;\ \ \ \:v \ n v:x \ \ \ s \ \ \ \ \ \ \ v-v\ jewelled crown whose lustre pales the glory of any earthly coronet. Savan arolia "kept the faith," and within the fiery embrace of the flame of martyr dom. won the imperishable reward. Booth, has "kept the faith, " and jeweled indeed will be the crown of this apostle of the 19th century. There is hardly a slum or a village, byway or hedge, in life's great thoroughfare, that does not ring with the name of fame of Gen, Wm. Booth. With one of old, what shall I say. for time would fail to enu merate all, in isolated circumstance, these victors over life. The world may not be worthy, but the world receives encouragement from such as they, these world conquerers. * * * The Douglass Meat MARKET Is the place to go when you want to get the Choicest of Fresh Meats at the lowest liv ing prices. Goods delivered to any part of eitv. Remember the Place Fogg & Jacob's Building, South St. Anthony. DON'T FORGET To place your orders for coal with T. H. Sturdevant. Burland & Herndon pay the highest price for hides, pelts and furs. Inquire at Burland's Liquor House. Bale Herndon, Buyer :Û mn 15 MADE RACTICAU.Y 5 UNLE 55 BYTHKU 5 E OF PIEROÖ FAVORITE KE 5 CRIPT 10 N IT'CURES lUSEA, SV! W „ AN 0 tT* ", f\ H Ft® p ;J V W/f'm I u - V fi- I'"' j *$\ J I • W 5 ' ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE PASS I N G TH ROUGH SALT LAKE CITY. Connections made in Ogden Union Depot, will. All Trains of The Oregon ort Line liai lwuy. OFFERS CHOICE OF THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES. Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, „ 0 .. . , WITHOUTCHANGE Free Reclining Chair Cars. Personally Conducted Excursions. A Perfect Dining Car Service. For rates, folders, etc., inquire of nearest Ticket Agent specifying the Rio Grande Route, or write G. W. FiTZUERALD, General Agent, Butte, Montana. jst. Anthony j Harness Company. 11 CL.,1 Come in and look at our Harness, udj • We manufacture everything. The liest Sadis in the Market ! Bridles, Collars, Sweat Pads, Whips, Bits etc. \ WINES & LIQUORS In Splendid Variety and the Lowest Prices, in Bottles,jFlasks, D emij ohns or Kegs. We cater in particula r to those who want a drop of s omething pure for home use. . * .... Fine Sample Room in Connection The Largest stock in the County W. H. Burland Williams Building.