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Dr. J. D. Louis was down from
Victor last week. Only $1.25 to Idaho Falls and return on the 30th of May. W. W. Green was up at his ranch in Island Park last week. Attorney Caleb Jones went to Boise City the first of the week. Get prices on your grocery hills at Thompson's before buying anywhere. W. J. Steeley of Dubois, has been appointed county surveyor. School bonds, and legal blanks for probate and justice courts at the Pkak office. WANTED: A good fresh milch cow, must he gentle. Enquire of J. 8. DeWitt, jeweler. M. Henrichs & Son have the contract for pu inline the new Episcopal church. liny now! Tt will soon be gone. All that elegant line of ( bina and Japanese wareat. Watson A Moore's. O. P. Soule cm me up from Salt Lake City this week and quali fied as county attorney. Closing out that tine line of china and Japnnese ware at actual cost Watson w- Moore. Mrs. L. J. Maurer lias moved into the Seymour house recently vacated by Robert Osborn. Be"sure and arrange your busi ness so as to be able to go to Idaho Falls on the 30tli of Mav. J. F. Thomas, proprietor of the Riverside Hotel, was up from Salt Lake City hist week. Z. T. Clay is moving into his new residence on West Main street which has just been com pleted. F. W. Ross, who has been visiting in Denver and Salt Lake City, returned to St. Anthony yesterday. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society will meet with Mrs. ('. B. Davis next Thursdav aber noon, May 28. Prof. J oil n Blevins' face loolcs very familiar behind the coun ters of the Thompson Mercan tile Co. again. R. H. Sherman, the cattle king of Henry's Lake, was in St. Anthony a couple of days the first of the week. Dr. Harshbarger was sum moned to Squirrel Tuesday to attend Mrs. Chris Harrigfeld, who is very sick. David Owens of Teton, sold his fine big span of iron grays Tuesday to W. W. Humphries of , the Yellowstone Coach Line. j Rev. W. S. Wilson and W. H. I Caulderhead went to Island j 1 ark Monday where they will spend the week at Crow's Nest, Mr. Wilson s summer resort. Ruth Rebekah Lodge will give 1 a social at Masonic hall next i Thursday evening, May 28. j Everybody is cordially invited. | The, Thompson Mercantile Co. ! is pulling in a large stock of merchandise at Marysville w hich j will be under the management of O. H. Cusick. I .. . ; Geo Harris, step-son of J. G. | McCoHum, who lor the past two ; months has been working in Idaho I alls, came up tho first of the week to visit a few days with j hts parents. , Mr. and Mrs. John Ingleby ; arrived in the city Tuesday from ; Los Angeles, Cal.,and will spend thesummer with I heir daughters, Mrs. A. M. Boylen and Mrs. A. j J. and L. M. Lewis. Mr. Hughes, proprietor of the bowling alley, went up to Vic tor hist week, to examine the mining prospects, hut he says the snow was too deep to get around to see much. Rev. Pemberton j ! : was suin I j S I ......... : moned to Rexburg yesterday morning to conduct the funeral ! services over the remains of Mr. ; Wooden, whose death occurred j at his home in Rexburg on Tues- 1 I day. W. A. McBride of Iron county, j Utah, brother of the editor of j the Utah County Democrat, is 1 visiting his old school chum, i Dave Owens. He is also looking over the country with the inten tion of moving to Fremont ! county. Lee Borrows, Till Combs and 1 Ed Sheffield got in last week I from their bear hunt. We are I sorry to say tile boys were some- 1 what disgusted, it is not our i desire to give away any secrets : so we will leave our readers to 1 guess why. bined^ He was a visitor at Joe cauglit^Kv^ ' S, one of the most beautiful places he has seen for many years. j school district. The stale board purcehsed tho bonds for five per cent. Get your school bonds at the Pkak. We keep ttiem in stock. The Scliwitzer-Bowers Co. opened their general merchan dise store at Rigby last Satur day to an exccdlent business. B. C. Bowers of the Golden Rule store, went down on Friday afternoon's train to attend the opening. 's Misery for -Ôc Geo. Oberlmnsly, who has been shearing sheep at the Boise steam clipper plant, returned home Wednesday. Geo. hasn't much to say about that section ^ le country, but seems to be * n a ver y happy frame of mind ani ^ c . an on ly say, "that girl is cer tainly a hummer.'' ri ^^° Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co. has 76 subscribers on their St. Anthony exchange and new lines are being added daily. Manager Carey in forms us that the company intends to run another line from St. An thony to Pocatello, the toll busi ness being so heavy that it can n °t handled over one line, "Peg-leg'' Ellis has been held charged with the murder of Jos. Brown. Col. Thos R. Hamer lias been retained by the state to ,assist County Attorney Clark of rn,' n ^ lla ' n Lo ',' 1 inllte prosecution The Bell Telephone Co. have their tents pitched and a crew of twt nt\ ti\ t men is ready to stai o on the construction Of the Marys ville line. About 1000 poles are already on the line of construe tion. All of that beautiful china ware at cost. Watson & Moore. Hon. C. C. Moore visited Boise the first of the week on business , I, . , , , , t ? v\ Uli tue state school board m regard to tbe sale of the bonds of the St. Anthony Independent t) packages of I)nk at Thompson's. Assessor Z. T. Clay returned from the rural districts the first of last week, where he has been assisting his deputies in the work. He has four deputies in the field and informs us that the assessment roll will be finished up in about a week. Free sugar is the premium at Thump soli's. o. F. Ursenbach, manager of the \ ictor Mercantile Co., was in the city Tuesday enroute to Idaho Falls on business. Mr. 1 rsenhrch says things are boom ing at \ ictor, and he predicts a rush in liiere as soon as the snow leaves the mountain tops. Watson the Optician, Watson & Moore tile St. Anthony Druggists. A suspicious looking character arrived in St. Anthony Tuesday jiilternoon whom nobody seemed j to recognize, but after "having a ! hath and a shave, he was recog nized as Mr. V*'. \V. Curran, who had just returned from a week's stay at his ranch in Camas Mea : (lows. 11 cans of tomatoes or corn for $1.00 at Thompson's. A Book Social will be given at the Presbyterian church Friday evening May 24. Everybody is invited, and each should in some way represent the name of some well known book. A prize will be given to the one guessing the largest number of names repre sented. Buy your watches and jewelry at Ashcraft's Any one having20 foot polos to sell will do well to see the Teton Tele phone Co .Theca.se will come up at the next term ol the district court which convenes next Saturday at Black foot. Vienna Bread. Rye Bread. Graham mead and Pmnpinohol from the Royal Bakery received daily at the Hub Leave your ur,lers ' Soren Kelson and C. W Bettys, prominent ranchers and stockmen of Kilgore, were in town last week loading up their summer supplies, Mr. Kelson was a pleasant caller at this office and stated to us that the feed on the range was nearly as good as it is down this way and the stock in that section is doing tine. W w. Humphries, manager ». as „ 11 ln town several days. , 1 '' Humphries said to a Peak ,e P or t er: "Business has doubled year since we started in ,• su l ess ' Year before last we S( . )0 People,_and last year 1 this year we have listed 100 people per day from the opening put on fourteen new twelve fas S, : n - , ; r l '° !U ' hes ' th «* eighteen iïrre 'Ä uAdition 7o thiir™" ready large outfit .. V-' 1 ' ui;il 'itkvr Ol the lellowstone Coach Line, nils: »*»<.11 h-, i 1 Subscribe for the Peak. -, Dr. J. II. McPherson, Dentist, Wanted good steady woman cook for small hotel. Good wages Address at once J. a. Jacoby, Dubois, Idaho, A very neat job of paper hanging was done by Artist Roche last week in W. lir Bnrlau(Vs wholesale liquor house, which adds much to its appearance. Miss Maude Parry is showing the ,iew , est t st - vles , iu , !a,li 1 es ' tri " 1 and I ready-to-wear lmts, also a fine assort : ment of children's washing bonnets and ~ 1 " mull hats Neif Secrist, who has had charge of the Ecoles Cattle Co's, ranch in Island Park, has severed his connection with the firm and will live on his desert claim about four miles northeast of town, wheie lie lias a half section of good land under the Dewey Canal. E. 8 Bowler of Plano, Idaho, is now at C. S. Coxson's livery stable with his trotting stallion "Frank Jenson," bred by "Kader" by ' Woodford Wilks,"and will stand at C. 8. Coxson's livery stable Mondays for the coming season. Terms ♦ 10 cash, or|ir> for the season. Henry Schoal arrived in tho city from Butte Tuesday to re main in St. Anthony. He has accepted a position as butcher for the Fremont Meat & Pro vision Co., who will open their new meat, market next Monday. The company lias erected a brick building aud fitted it up with new fixtures and we don't hesitate to say that it is one of the neatest, if not, the neatest shop in Idaho. Mr. Moody, a miner and pros pectorof V ictor, was in St. An thony the first of the week on business. He said to a Peak reporter that the snow was yet too deep in the mountains for any one to make an intelligent re port in regard to the prospects of the Victor excitement, but that the mountains around Vic tor contain valuable lodges of copper, the like of which ho has not seen for many years. He bespeaks a great future for the Victor mining district, and thinks it will develop into one of the richest mining camps in the northwest within the next sixty days Chas. French, local editoi of the Rexburg Current and Jour nal, was in the county seat the first of the week oil business be fore the county commissioners. At the April board meet ing the commissioners awarded the publication of the delinquent tax list to the Current stipulat ing in their order that it was to be published at 15c per name. It appears that the manager of the Current discovered later that the type could scarcely be set tor that price consequently, Mr. French appeared before the board and asked that the order be changed from 15c per name to 15c for each description of delinquent property described, which was granted by the com missioners. * die H. C. Moore, from we don't know where, presented a bunch of recommendations at this office last Friday, repre senting himself to be a solicitor and collector. Being in need very badly of that sort of a per son, the management of this P a l ,er decided to give him a trial. He did very nicely for a couple of days, until his mind be came overburdened with pros perity at the accumulation of s t.50 a day and he began im bibing very freely in corn juice. Monday afternoon lie was dis covered to lie completely intoxicated, and having spent, all the money he had collected, his pay was stopped and his job came to ti sudden end. He will now pass along the lino and present his bunch of credentials to some other newspaper. We warn our brothers to look oui for him. Hase Hall Excursion. The St. Anthony Base Ball Team will run a special train to Idaho Falls and return on Mav ■luth, 1903. The fare for round trip will be $1.25. The train leaves at h o'clock a. m. and re turning leaves Idaho Falls at 6 o'clock p. m. This will be the cheapest excursion that has ever run from St. Anthony to Idaho Falls, only $1.25 for the round * «na, ot.-t) ior tne round trip. There will be a gun shoot ______ t> i — between Rexburg an( i Idaho Falls, also a game of ball be tween St. Anthony and Idaho halls, and other sports. Let everybody turn out and lay off work and enjoy a good time. Birthday Party. A very pleasant evening was partici pated in last week at the home of T. Richards on Fall River, the occasion being given in honor of Miss Minerva Richards birthday. Those present from 8t. Anthony were: Mrs. Brooks, Miss Pearl Richards, Mr. Chas. Ripley, Mr. Wright and "Bp." Leigh. A fine luncheon was participated in. A general good time is reported by all present. \ x \ \ \ \*\ \ wmm v m mm mm mmmmmm vvv* ft 4 r I /;:■ * ii s K' l()c. Boy's Knife, 10c. Rock Bottom Prices that can't lie beat Git the (]ASH RACKET STORE We will convince yon when you call and look over our large and complete stock. '20c. 3 Pipes, '2r>c I ®#v' : 50c. per pair. Cast) RacksiStore. - Al ea Kettle 1 I h, / r»c nk\\\\\\\\\\\\\\:\\\\\\\\\\\\ Estray Notice. To whom it may concern Notice is hereby «riven that I, Herbert A Buchenau, village marshal of the village or st. Anthom. county or Fremont, state of Maim, have, tins 14th day of Mav. unci, seized uiulcin pounded tin following described auiirals, to wil: One sorrel horse about four years-old. bald faced, four white feet, weight about -vi lbs branded thus e on left shoulder and thus! — m on left thigh: one chestnut sorrel mar** abouJ three years old, baldfaced, weight ab mi h.V) lbs sind branded \VF on right thigh: one bay horse about three years old branded thus! on left shoulder; one bay hor se about two years old branded thus - .m left shoulder;one bay year ling poll branded WF on r ght thigh. That I will sell the same ai public auction to tbe highest bidder for cash on the Jsth day of May* - o'clock p. m. of said day in front of 11. M. \ager& Son's livery and feed stable situated on .Main street or the village of st. Anthony, county of Fremont, state of M.idio. to satisfy the tine and charges of such seizure and empounding. Dated and posted this 11th day of May, U >j Herbert A. Buchenau. _ _ Village Marshal. Estray Notice. To whom it may concern: Notice is hereby given that i. Herbert A. Buchenau, village marshal of tb*.* village of St. Anthony, county of Fremont, state <-t Idaho have this nth day of «May. I'.MB. seized amd i m pounded the following described animals, towit: One bay horse, collar marks, branded thus - on left shoulder, slit in right ear; one bay horse bald faced, weight about 1 DM) lb*., branded thus IMou left shoulder and thus&j^uud H on left thigh: one dark brown hor^e, star in fore he a 1 weight about 1100 lbs, and branded V on left shoulder and thus^on left thigh; one brown yearling colt star in forehead and branded thus 1 on left thigh. .,^kat l will sell the same at public auction to the highest bidder for cash on the -j.'h'd day or 2 °>' lwck p w- or said day in front or H M. Yager s Son's Every and feed stable situated on Mam street, of the villag * of St Anthony, county of Fr cmonl, state of Idaho, to satisfy the line and charges of such seizure and empounding. Diileu and posted this 9th day of May. 1903. Herbert A. Uuchenau. Village Marshal. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. One light sorrel horse branded Ll'D oil left h Sü J f r; i? 1 "-' cl ! estnut »orrel branded H ,,n right shoulder and thigh; undone small orown maro branded XI „□ left thigh. Any person finding same will he paid for all trouble aiul expense. Hale Herndon. __St. Anthony, Idaho. Order to Show Cause. In idahS- 0bat ® cour ^°^ ^ reiIi oat county, state of In the matter of the l Order to show cause o Ä, d1ceST Cy r !e " f MinIn " h ,,er ests. da*y presented and diudhy i? ftÄ ministrator of the estate of Haney Brooke deceased, praying for an order of sale of th,' Mining Interests of said estate, that it is f.,r lute T r * st <>f estate aad that all of said Alining Interests should be sold - It is therefore ordered by the court that all persons Interested appear before this court ™ the 30th day of June. 19U3. at 10 o'clock a ai at the court room of said court in St Anthony' h rornoat county, Idaho, to showcase why ii, order should not be granted to said uuminis trator to sell all of said Minin'- Interests- ir i^ f urther ordered that a copy of this nrdor be pub - Ushed four successive weeks in the Toton t>S w couuty PaP " r p - mtoJ ilud Published in tins ..P? 1 ?* 1 ft 1 St.AutbOby, Idaho, tills 30th day of o-vaE ,UW ' John Donaldson, King & .MUisups, attorneys. Pr ° Ute JuJ,!e 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 city. Remember tho Place Fogg & Jacob's Building. South St. Anthony . New line of new aud stylish shirt waists at Thompson's. 17 lbs of sugar for |1 .00 at Thompson's. 1 Farm, Field and Garden See j of all Description, j Special attention cal let! Bulk Garden Seeds. I MILLER BROS., •<=> ip South St- Anthonl D. A. RiDEt P. Hi \ CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS 1 >o all kinds of Building and Shop \\ ork. I.stimates Euri'ttsh e d • All W o r k G u a r anted. St. Anthony, 1 - ■■ T - dif.!SWSk *.?- *8}. rj; gj, çjj, JT I l OVERLAN RYE A Whiskey of 1 iigh. Character and I In', less Pedigree. . . • AT BURLANU Short Horn Bulls For Sale 1 have forty head of young f„n blooded Short Horn bulls for sale at reasonable prices. These bulls were shipped in here last winter from the east and can hi- seen at mv ranch on }} ( , re, 'k »ear Shelton in Bingham Falis Idaho " a<ldress T mo Maho ms Idaho. James Buck, W ~ _ Idaho F alls. Idaho. clcan a irK a 7tc V °F th ° ' U - v ' cleaning etc. Enquire at Mrs sim» makers boardinghouse. U Speeiafsale. and Mrs. Walter, In Boston Store. — «...vu on ire. to nirtu . * you vvant anv tailor m a rel K i 8 ' ' ° n , t » et i° ur measure sent a ready made clothing firm outside J. B. Ripplinger. iXST™ ,r "'" « Memorial Ser\ Rev. Pom her to u has c arntnquimfntf, for a v" Gstinff sprvico at tln> X church.next Sundas May 24, at which tinn give a special lecture experience in Unci army, " and "What 1 Porto Rico." A speci. tion is extended to all diers, Spanish-Amern veterans and the Idaho Guards. Music will nished by a quartet con W. H. Jamison, Jas. M. M. Harshbaruer a Stronn. Dr. Middleton birth ; To the wife of M May 16, a buy.