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Watson & Moore, The St. Anthony Druggists.
I Circulation of j this issue - ■ 1000 Official Paper of Fremont County - - VOL. V. ST. ANTHONY, FREMONT COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1903. 5.' ::® 5®» SWSJr. ÎÏJ sVihtî&tstBx .}, A. K. Steuncnbcrg, 1 President. • *. Howernian. _ (Cashier. First National Bank I ( Clinrtw No. r,7<î I. ) I We want your banking business and otTer you j facility consistent with Rood business methods. £ j Money to loan on approved security. Liberal advances ft made to those wish to pm chase cattle or sheep. Office hours from !) o clock to 4. t j to THL-: ONLY NATIONAL. BANK IN FREMONT COUNTY. i' : G.I ^ • V oo ; ST5 ^ -çv^- -c/t.- ... ;,. 5; ^ .. ^ • *ve ry . ' ■>? r. iö),:. £ï.V. -I# ; ^ : The Si. fhMioijy Banking Co. Accounts of. H\i riiifM's, Sf,<ickiiK A! •l'elmnls A , , ,, ... , _ „ . Solicited, g A Genciul 1 milking and ( ollcction business trans- jt acted. Interest paid on time deposits. j£ l 1 'very accommodation extended, consistent with A Sound Hanking business. A portion of your business respectfully solicited. in G. C. Baker, President. jÿ '■ '- ' ' ' : rTi ; v 'r-. " " TF? ii\ X Ÿ:\ : &Ü wii v 7w i \â?i vTikJ t V)r b/llîr \Vïf w w wX^ Âûïf Âlÿ - 3 IQ BARGA INS!! Saturday, Bay 2nd. Monday May 411». % ■At tli H U B 3 cans string he; ns 2 5 K. C. bkV powder 3 cans corn 2 5 25c si/e 20 3 cans peas 2 5 1\. C. baking povvd 6 cans tomatoes 55 15c si/e two for 2 5 all table fruit ) un can 1 5 K. C. baking powd Alaska salmon . ,, 10 me si/e 3 for 2 5 Raisins 3 lb - 5 1 ). C. Soap 6 bars - 5 c Currants 3 lbs for 2 5 Wh t Russian Soap Curtis' jams per can 2 A (> bars for 2 5 c Schilling tea per pk 20 Silk Soap 6 bars 25c ( >rc:t t I lot In •t i< m i ! I )ry Goods I )t pH. All calicoes per yd 5 C Xapher Gingham All our 10 and 1 2C per yard 8c Rt i All amoskeag ( ling & Speoiol SI, One pair of hose and pair hose supporters free with every pair of childrens shoes One pair of ladies' hose free with every pair of ladies shoes. One pair men's fancy hose free with every pair men's shoes. One liât free with every suit of clothes. Remember we are doing a cash business, therefore we are in a position to give you these prices as we have no losses to figure on credit accounts. 6-: HARRY GESAS, Prop. j I j ) ! j ! ! I ; i ' The life of t) "John C. Fremont J \ well reminds us, 1 We may live oar lives the same I find by selling "Fremont" || Gather equal lame. j| For Sale ii H. D. BRAINARD, sitoihi Door i:<(st <>f Tin: ri:m oitu-e . On Meiglm Street St. Anthonfi. tie Honte Bakery 5 Confectionery Deals in Fancy Candies, Nuts, etc., hresh bruits, Vegetables, 1 iomestic and Imported Cigars. Also a Specialty of 1 C. Is C REAM Soda. «w^joe George - Prop. hst door South, of Post Office. 1 j ; I St. Anthony. i>JD , . I ,, and Ham J 4 <' ft nonwl at llf * Metropolitan Market A. Stone, Prop. Thoroughbred Toulouse geese for sate. C, l)CT 1 " il , Enquire of Mr- u. h Row, Teton. Idaho Sugar free at Thompson's Ends the Life Monier of j. R. HAD NO MONEY NOR FRIENDS. A man supposed lo be J. It. Monier came to SI Anthony on Monday. May I, and rented a room of Mrs. Btilmer in the William's building on Bridge street. There was nothing strange in t he man's appearance except that physic ally lie was in a. very b id con dition. On Friday of last week ho entered Watson & Moore's drug store and asked for an ounce and a half of laudanum which was given him after lie signed the poison record. He said he had sonic laudanum but wanted more to rub on for rh m mutism. This was about 3 0 'clock' Friday afternoon. Dr. Palmer, who rooms in the lodging house, noticed that the man was in a very peculiar con dition. The Doctor testified at the coroner's inquest dint on Wednesday he entered the man's room and asked him if he could Ido anything for him, and upon receiving the answer "no," told him that he had better have the county physician. He again re plied "no," saying that he had no money but was expecting some every mail. He requested the Dr. to call for his mail, stal ing that it would be registered. He stated voluntarily that he had married daughter iu Denver and another in Chicago. Again on Thursday Dr. Palmer insisted on calling a physician and be was again answered "no," and stated that lie felt better than he had for a long time and that in a few days he could go to work. "On Saturday morning," said the Dr., "I noticed him lying on the bed. arm over his face, ap parontly in a very deep slumber, and closed the door carefully and left the room. This was about 8:30 in the morning. No more attention was then paid to him until in the afternoon when the landlady and I walked into the room together and found him lying on his left side with his head thrown back. 1 touched ]i is pulse, closed the door and went after Dr. Blevins. This was abouta quarter of three." The Dr. stated that he knew nothing further of the case ex cept that on Tuesday the stranger said L could have his fur over coat to .pay for his room and trouble. Coroner Martin Harris of La 1 Belle was summoned Saturday afternoon by telephone and ar rived in tiie evening and held an inquest Sunday morning. The following were summoned on a jury: W. F. Jamison, W. W. Green, John W. Andrews, D. G. Blevins, C. H. Hopf and C. C. Bowerman, with H. G. Fuller as clerk. The following is the copy of the verdict: We, the undersigned jurors, summoned to investigate the cause of death over a body sup posed to be James Bowen, but believed by us to be J. Ii. Mon ier, find that his death was due to an overdose of laudanum, taken for the purpose of reliev ing pain. Dynamited Church. The Mosque at Kinprnit, Vienna, has been dynamited and 200 moslema at prayer were buried underneath the ruins. A Macedonian named Popff committed the on:race and afterwards committed smeide In his possession was found a note saying. "I am one of the Macedonian Knights of Death who are pledged to commit suicide after ex ecuting the commands of the general ommittee " Notice Do not turn your milch cows or other stock out in the morning until the herd boy comes for them, and save having them empounded. H. A. Buchenau. City Marshal. Thanks The St. Anthony Fire Department desires to thank through the columns of the Peak the proprietor of the St. Anthony opera house for his courtesy to the company in donating the use of the hall for their benefit ball on Mav 1st. K. i) Idaho Falls Knight sCon fer Degrees and In stall Officers. bast Saturday evening Snake River Lodge No. It. Knights of Pythias, was formally instituted in St. Anthony at Masonic hall, Deputy firand Chancellor A. T. Shane of the Falls, and his sialf having the work in charge. Tin; new lodge starts off with eighteen charter members consisting of I In* leading busi ness men of the town. The following members were elected and installed: A. J. Lewis. (' C : TIuh R. Hamer, V. C. : Wood D. Parker. Piel : Harry Gesas, M of \Y. Geo. Foulkman, K. of R. & S- : Chas W. Watson, M. of F. : Caleb .Tones, M. of E : E. A. Strong, M. of A.: Max Marotz. I G.: M. M Harsh burger, O. G. Marysville. A freak of nature was brought into town last. Saturday by Alma II Hide, in the shape of a pig having two well developed bodies, eight legs, two tails and only one head. .T. G. Wood took it to St Anthony to be mounted, and it can be seen at Fred W. Rising's, the Sr. Anthony taxidermist. Mrs. Harris returned Friday from Utah, where she has been visiting rela tives for the past month. Judge J. G. Wood united in marriage last Tuesday, Mr. Samuel Cherry and Miss Minnie Crandat and sent them off with his blessing and the good wishes of a boat of friends. They were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mi ami Mrs. John Johnson. Mrs. Nellie Fife of Grant, returned 1 home after a three week's visit with her ! aunt, Mrs H. Wood. Three of onr local nimrods were ont shooting squirrels last Sunday, hut not being satisfied with tnat kind of shoot ing, they turned their attention to somewhat larger game, but not so swift. Abe Hillman had a 250 lb. pig running at large and one of the great sports took a shot at it with a 22 rifle and killedit. The hunters have to "dig up" or replace the pig's equal. It was worth $25 How soon will they be tak ing shots at someone's horse or cow? Hucli conduct should be severely pun ished and people's stock will be pro tected. Restaurants and boarding houses are springing up at every corner and our town is putting on quite a business-like air. The large store of the Thompson Mercantile Co. will soon be ready tor the stock. Lumber is being piled on the Kelley lot for a saloon, so we under stand. The telephone line is an as sured fact and the railway is in the air, or at least on paper. Who can say that this little town under the mountains is not becoming metropolitan? Mr. Hans. Munson and J. G. Wood are taking dry herd stock for the sum mar. They also expect to commence making cheese in town in the course of ten days, or as soon as the machiueiy can be placed in their building Mr. Munson is an expert cheese maker of long experience, from ( 'ache valley, und the people can rest assured of a good price article. They will pay a good for milk delivered at the creamery. A few of onr people here turned out to beautify the ground around the ward house Saturday. The building is being white washed and cleaned throughout, and seats will be furnished in the near future. The ground will lie fenced and shade trees planted around, with a yard left for tying up teams. W G J Died CANNON—At Salt Lake City, May j 9. 190J, Mrs. Alma F. Cannon, wife of | Harry L. Cannon of Driggs, Fremont j county, Idaho. The funeral services | were held at the residence of A. P. Driggs. Forestdale; the remains were interred in the West Jordan cemetery at 5:20 o'clock on the ltth inst. H. L Cannon returned from Salt Lake i City the first of the week, where ho lias been for several weeks on account of the serious illness of his wife, lately deceased. Mrs. Cannon has been in a Salt Lake hospital for several months under treatment of the best medical aid in Salt Lake, but their efforts were of no avail. Mr- Cannon's many friends throughout the county will deeply sympathize with him in this the saddest experience in a man's life the loss of a kind and devoted wife. Shorthand Taught by Mail. Learn one of the best methods of shorthand known in from 4 to b months Tuition $5 per month or *'-0 for entire term. Full particulars on appli cation. . Salt Lake Typewriter Exchange P. O. Box 132 Salt Lake City, Utah. Mroild 1 by James C Hinsey, at Worden, ill ! Lut neither of these baloons is Baloon Worth $500 and 1 Bearing World's Fair Pass, Belongs to Whoever May Find It. Floating somewhere in the earth's atmosphere, free to wander whereso ever it may, is a baloon that is worth any man's time to capture. The bainon itself is a silk structure, VO feet in diameter, JO feet long, made of heavy yellow silk and covered viih a rope netting. This great airdlip is worth $500 on the market, and it be longs without any reservation whatever to the person who captures it. And tills is not all, for securely fastened to the bottom of the baloon, in a silk bag, oiled so as too keep out the moisture, is a document which gives to the captor of the airship a pass or season ticket to the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition, good for the entire season The haloou is one of several that as e-nded at Sr. Louis on Thursday night of I lie dedication period, Mr. Pain, who had charge of the pyrotechnics at the T'air dedication, had a number of ca] live baloons that were to figure in a spectacular aerial display, but several of them escaped and these baloons have been falling in different parts of the country. One was recovered by Oren Vollentine of Sorento, 111 . and another the prize-bearer This particular baloon which was dispatched on its journey, destination unknown, was sent up by Aeronaut Carl Meyer, after dark Thurs day. April JO. It's only cargo was a mes sage, written on official World's Fair stationery, and signed officially by Pres ident David R. Francis, conveying the information that the finder of the baloon upon presentation of the letter, and a written statement regarding its finding, would he supplied with a pass to the World's Fair from May 1, 11)04, to the close of the fair, Dec. 1, 1904 The great baloon was filled with hy drogen gas, more than 22,000 cubic feet being used ni a cost of about $200 This is sufficient to keep the baloou in the air from two to three weeks. It is at the mercy of every wind that blows, and may be found a thousand miles hence, or it may wander around and when the gas finally has leaked, full close to where the ascension was made. When the baloon arose it carried a huge light that burned possibly half an hour. It arose rapidly and was caught by a wind from the southeast. The breeze was strong and the light could be seen moving northeast through the 8kv It arose and struck another jSg To Oür Castomers. Those holding premium tickets will please present them as we have a new line of premium goods aw. To be Given fkilayT 9 One Ladies' High Grade Bicycle —We will give One Ticket w ith each $1.00 purchase. For further particulars call on undersegned THE GOLDEN RULE STORE : •Sf'.GItLt.V g The Best ii ice Is now Served at our Fountain. We use the Famous MONARCH Brand of Crushed Fruits only. (T* AMMANS' •WOiMFECl IONERY. The Knocker. When a forward move is made, cru See him knock it. When a progress garnets played. Tries to hloek It. Cry o' -'Onward" malt is him sick. Calls from him a hotly klolt. ■Cause lie fears he will tie a niek Out o* pocket. At industrious manktn d Ile s a mocker. Asked to pull, you'll always tlnd He's a tialker. Nothin' in creation could Set him sawing progress wood; Nothin' in his eyes is good. Dumnnoekee When tile lina! trump the last Echoes waken Arc hy (tahriel's ringing blast ffudely shaken. And the dead rise from tue ground In obedience to the sound, ' on will see himgoin' 'round llell-e-ukiken. Slateline Oracle. Protecting the Fish. Warden Richards is causing the darns of the county lo be equipped with the Montana fish ladder. This devise is inexpensive and it enables the fish to easily get over any dum. Another new scheme for preventing fish going out in ditches, is the building of a paddle wheel at the head of the ditch. The wheel allows all trash to pass through, bu I fish rarely go by it. Mr. Richards intends to have every stream in the county, where ditches are taken out, to be equipped with either wheels or screen headgn tes. He Ims already had nearly all the dams fixed up with fish ladders. The rest, will lie attended to very soon. Montpelier Examiner. Jessie Morrison Gets Twenty Years. Topeka, Kan . May 9. -The supreme court tola.- upheld the 20 year sentence imposed on Miss Jessie Morrison by the Butler county court, saying the mur der was a butchery of such savnge and vicious nature as was rarely equalled and never excelled in the criminal his tory of the civilized world. She had been tried three times on the charge of murdering Mrs. t Tara Castle, a success ful rival for the hand of Oliu Castle, of Eldorado, Kansas. She slashed her vie tim to death a week after the wedding. The first jury disagreed, the second gave her five years and oil appeal she got, 20 years. Olin Castle married a Kansas girl in California a few weeks »go _ Just received another new line of ladies' street hats, the most popular styles and prices, The Ternes Furnishing Store. current and struck off due east, rising higher and soon disappeared. The baloon will rise and fall with the temperature, until it finally descends As it strikes the colder strata of air the gas will condense and the airship will fall When it strikes the warm atmos phere near the earth it will expand and the baloon will again rise. This it will repeat many times. Then the baloon may be seen in scores of places before it comes near enough to earth to be made captive.