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For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have _ • •. •. ÄVegctable Preparation for As - slmilating lltcFood and Regula ting the Stomachs and Dowels of (HlLU'g ItWTT 3 Promotes Digest ion,Cheerful' ness and Pest Contains neither ium,Morphine norMincraL OïTiAHCOTIC. Doit No rim'pt afOldDrSAMCELPtTCHKR flmyjtin Seat * Mx.Smuut * RnektUe SnUt - dnier Seed f tosæte».* »Seat A perfect Remedy forConslipa tlon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish' ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of dL&ï. NEW YORK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years ITORIA , NEW VORN CITY. W. ,). MIDDLETON, Physician and Surgeon, Opi>osito Post Offltf Bell 'Phono No. <16. St. Anthony, Idaho n, McPherson. Dentist St. Anthony M II,HER M. IIARSHBARGER. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, ACCOUCHEIH. Hour Opposite 10 11 A. M. 1 SiHOP.M. Sundays In office nights St. Anthony, :s r. M. 'Phone No. 00. Ida in D I,. BLEVINS, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SUHL EON. St, Anthony. T HOMAS U. HAMER, ATTORNEY-AT HA" . at. Anthony j ! ! I ( [ j j ! I 1 ! ■ I j ' j j ; [AMES G. GWINN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, St. Anthony, U. KING. KING & J. D. MILLS A PS MILLSAPS, attorneys at law. Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Rooms 14 and 15 Ross Hamer Building St. Anthonyldaho. CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Church.......St. Anthony. Morning Servit o.................1! :dd a. in. Sabbath School ................12:00 in Epworth League........ iSundae) 7:00 p. m Junior League.......... *' 1 :00 p.m. Evening Service................H:oo i» m. frayer Meeting Wed. eve........7::<U p. in. Ail are cordially invited to attend. Geo. F. i'i MPKttTON. First Presbyterian Church..........St. Anthony Morning Service.................O -00 a. m. Sabbatli School ................ 12:00 >»■ Junior Endeavor .............. a:i>o j>- m. Senior Endeavor ............ ... 0 : 1 ., p. in. Evening Service.......... ... »■ "> Prayer Meeting Wed. eve lit. Jo any and all of 1 lie St! servir cordially invited This means you friend. Wil l. STUART Wins, >N. of a a * I ! I I 1 1 ! 1 1 '/ I II I ;; is i L. D. S. Latter Day Saints hold regular meet ogs at the opera house every Sunday evening at 6-.30 o'clock Everybody is cordially invited to attend. Notice to Taxpayers. Any property wilfully coneoaled, remove.!, transferred or misrepresented ny tl"' owner " r agent thereof to e vade taxation, upon dis covery, must be assessed at not exceeding leu lUnes its value and the assessment so imme •uust not be reduced bv i be board of cornu .1 toners. (Seclion61 dr an net rehitint: t > * Ven ue, Session Laws l'J 0 l.) '&■ T. ÇbAY. Assessor and Collector. — I Ordinance No. 14 . An ordinance repealing ordinance No. 1 and to provide the time, place and manner of holding regular meetings, and the rules governing all special and regular meetings, and to estab lish the order of business at such meetings, and to provide for the ap poiutnieut of ftanding committees. Be it ■ nbtined by the chairman and board of trustees of the village of Teton ( 'ii y. Section I That ordinance No. 1, and 'litiihd An ordinance to fix the time and place of meeting of the board of trustees of the village of Teton City," lie ami is hereby repealed. See 7 That the regular meetings of the board of trustees of the village of Teton l ily shall be held in Fred Schwendiman's place of business, upon the firsi Tuesday in each month at 7 p in . until such time as the city shall be provid. 1 with a suitable building that I ■ p.. ; illy provided for such meetings Sc ", All special meetings shall be called by the chairman of the board of trustees or, in case of his absence or refusal to do so, on the request of any memli! r of said board: then by any two members of the said board of trustees. j Said call shall be in writing and shall be signed by the chairman, or the call ' tng members and shall be personally served bv the village marshal, and shall j slate fully and specifically the time, place and the business to be transacted, j and no other business except that men tioned in the call shall be transacted at ; a special meeting. See. 1 A copy of the call for each sp. rial meeting must he (ranscribed in the journal of its proceedings, so as to become a part of the minutes of such special meeting. See. 5. The rules of procedure, and order id' business as prescribed in the sne sn< reeding, shall be adhered to by the board of trustees, unless they shall be temporarily suspended by a threo i'onrths vote; and on such vote the yeas and navs shall be recorded. Knie t. Any member desiring to cre ate an ordinance shall prepare the same in writing, and present to the board for of in writing, and present to action. Rule 2. On the passage or adoption of every by-law or ordinance, and every resolution or order to enter into a con tract by the board of trustees, the yeas and nays shall be called and recorded; and to pass or adopt any by-law, ordi nance or any such resolution or order, a concurrence of the majority of the whole number of members elected to the board of trustees, shall be required; all appointments of offices by the board of trustees shall bo made viva voca, and a concurrence of a like majority shall be required, and the names of those, and for whom they voted, on the vote resulting hi an appointment shall be re corded. Rule :!. All ordinances and résolu lions or on,-rs for the appropriation or payment of money, shall require for their passage or adoption the concur nan- ■ of a majority of all members elected to the board of trustees; ordi mn-vs of a general or permanent nature shail be fully and distinctly read on tin:'-' dillcreut da vs unless three-fourths shall temporarily suspend the rule Ordinances shall contain no subject which shall not be clearly expressed in iis title, and no ordinance or section thereof shall be revised or amended un less the ordinance, or section, so amend od shall be repealed .... , Rule ! At all meetings of the board majority of the trustees shall consti I quorum to do business; a smaller I number mav adjourn from day to day, land min compel the attendance of i absent members as by ordinance provid 61 Rule 5. The village clerk ing B. shall I attend on all regular and special meet ing' oi the board of trustees and keep a true record of the proceedings thereof, and enter in full all ordinances and resolutions, orders, etc., in the journal of proceedings of said meetings. In his absence the chairman of the board 'hall appoint from among the members of the board of trustees then present, a clerk pro tempore who shall have the same lights, privileges, powers and duties as the clerk would have if pres sent. . , . . » i Killed. At the hour herein provided for the meetings, the board shall b« called to order by the chairman, or in Children's Individuality ro In '! le July Delineator Mrs Theodore W. Birney lias Home noteworthy re marks on the development of individu ality in children She takes a very radical view, from which some mothers may differ, but there in much whole some advice in the paper Mrs Birney is opposed to the «lightest repiession of individuality. Every evidence of origi nality in a child's character, even though expressed in od 1 ways and mannerisms, should b noted ' by the parent and made use ot in the child's training. A child should he encourage'! to be himself, and not a temporary representation of prim-iplas that are impressed upon him from day to day In the light of the mechanical nature of modern life, a plea for individuality should be welcomed universally. teacher's Excursion East Hound. For this occasion a rate of one fare plus *2 will be made for the round trip, tickets on sale June 0. 7, 12, 111 and 15, final limit Kept. 15. For further infor mation call on the undersigned. K. T. Drollingor, Atg. his absence by some member thereof, who shall act as chairman pro tempore and who shall have the same lights, privileges, powers and duties as the regularly elected chairman would have if he were present; the clerk shall then proceed to call the roll and note the ab sentees, whereupon the chairman shall announce whether or not a quorum is pjesent. Rule 7. If it shall appear that a quorum is present, the board shall pro ceed to business which shall he con ducted in the following manner: 1st. Roll call. 2nd. Reading of the minutes of last ; meeting. 3rd Reading petitions, memorials, i remonstrances or other communications. 4th. Report of officers. 5th. Report of standing committees I 6th. Reports of special committees ' 7tli. Unfinished business and allow ance of bills. 8th. Introduction and first reading 1 of billH for ordinances Dth. Second reading, consideration and amendment of bills for ordinances ; 10th. Third reading and final vote . on bills for ordinances. 11th. Motions, resolutions and mis- j cellaneous business. 12th. Reading, correcting and ap proving the minutes of the meeting. 13th. Adjournment. Rule 8. All questions relating to the priority of business shall he settled by the chairman, without debate by the members of the board. Rule 9. All committees shall be ap pointed by the chairman. Rule 10. Standing committees shall hereafter be appointed annually at the first regular meeting in May of each! in , of year and shall consist of two members, ! and they shall have charge of the affairs ! of the village as the name of the com- ] mitte« indicates should come within its | jurisdiction and shall be ns follows, to wit: 1st. Finance and appropriation. 2nd. Streets, bridges, sidewalks and public grounds. 3rd. Licenses. 4th. Water and Light. 5th. Sanitary conditions and public health. 0th. Public welfare. Which last committee shall consist of the entire board, and the chairman of said board shall be ex-officio chairman ! of said committee. With the exception \ of the committee last above named, the held to the first person mentioned as a member of a ! " standing committee shall be its chair man - . . .. ! Rule 11. All claims against the vil lage shall be itemized, the day and date that such labor was performed or ma terial furnished must be given. All claims must be presented in writing, verified by the oath of the claimant or his agent thrt the same is correct, rea sonable and just and that no part of the same has been paid, and no claim or de mand shall be audited or allowed, unless presented and verified, as herein pro vided. . Rule 12, In all cases not provided for in the rules and by-laws, the business of the board of trustees shall be conducted according to "Robert's rules of order." These rules may bo amended at any regular meeting of the board of trustees by the consent of three-fourths of the members present, provided notice of such intended amendment shall have been given at the previous regular meet ing W. G. Baird, B. F. GlLLETT, Chairman. Clerk. IrfflEDFORD'si a and In a the and i b« in * A sallow complexion, dizziness, biliousness and a coated tongue are common indications of liver anil kidney diseases. Stomach and bcwel troubles, severe as they arc. give immediate warning by pain, but liver and kidney troubles, though less painful at the start, are much harder to cure. Thodford's Black-Draught never fails to bene fit diseased fiver and weakened kid neys. It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever ami ague. It is a certain preventive of cholera and Bright's disease of the kidneys. With kidneys inforeed liy Thodford's Black Draught thousands of persons 1 dwelt immune in the midst of yel low fever. Many families live perfect health and have no other doctor than Thodford's Black Draught. It is always on hand for use in an emergency and save manv expensive calls of a doctor. Mullins, S. C.. March 10, 1901. I have used Thedford's Black-Draught for three years and I have not had to go to a doctor since I have been taking it. It is the best medicine frr me that is on the market for live! and kidney * troubles and dyspepsia and other complaints. Rev. A. 0. LEWIS. the in of ; B Work 4 WM ; i I ' 1 ; . j i ! ! ! ] | m m *>«» --.ac"--. V. - and alco the I persist. holic are We sat at the 'table alderman, the doctor and I. Ritters medicines The subject of dieting was means for stimulatin brought up in conversation, j stomach to perform a larger "No man," said the alder- share of man, "can tell me what I ought. ought to eat without know- the ing my habits of life, my spur to the weary horse temperament and all work than it The effect on stomach is like the but it simply goes to in the right way coriect ing the liver, purifying the blood and assimilating the food so that the storhach takes up its labors with ac tivity and refreshed powers It fills the arteries witfi rich, red blood health. It tears down, and carries off old, inert and half-dead tissues an places them by new builds firm, healthy It makes the muscles s and clastic and steadic tones the nerves. It debility and weakness every description." W. Walter McGloslien, of Reinheck, Iowa, writes : *' I took only four bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery and two vials of his ' Pleasant Pellets,' and these remedies did me a world of good. I am thankful for your kind advice and praise the medi the of re it flesh, trong s and cures of it weakens him and shortens that not so, doctor ?" "Per- his life. A rational treat- fectly right" said he "what ment," continued the doctor, cities highly. Will recommend suits your stomach may not " is moderate eating of whole- Dr. Pierce's medicines to all my -■ ' ' ■ ' - ------ some foods, and only those fneilds as the best ernes which the person likes. fit mine, and yet nine men out of ten are presumptuous ever made for the troubles for which they are recommended. enough to tell you what you Occasionally, say once a There is nothing equal to them eek, a dinner pill should , for stomach troubles." be taken which should be ' ought to eat." "Yes," said i, "they don't appreciate; that there is just as great entirely of vegetable ingre- a difference between two dients like Dr. Pierce's men's stomachs as there is Pleasant Pellets - that will between their brains, not purge, but act gently on Overwork some men's the liver, stomach and bow- stomachs and they will eas- els. I o my mind the main take care of endless details, but the majority will break down with the overload." " Indigestion," said the doc- tor, "is not a disease but an admonition — it is the red light that signifies danger. It is the language of the stomach to prepare for seri- ous trouble if allowed to C. P. Spencer, of Plant wrote : " I can hardly my thanks for the belief received from taking Dr. Golden Medical Discovi ' Pleasant Pellets.' Tin ed like a charm in my Am in better health now than for some time, and will not fail dicines to I hope lias become chronic 1 you will receive my thanks for heart-burn,' the sour the good your medicine has done me. " J 9 . . £• • il'M riv/lilC 1.1 Hiv y cil ICI V? 11 ily respond to the task, just dependence tor cui mg per- 1 to recommend your me; as some men's brains can manently the indigestion ul y suffering friends. ), Okla., express t I have Pierce's ery and y work- case. which tl eructations, the worst cases of dyspepsia — is that al- terative extract made from ! medicinal herbs that Doctor Pierce calls his 'Golden Medical Discovery,' for it ! contains I stimulate ibe READ all about yourself, your system, the physiology of life, anate my, hygiene, simple home] eures, etc., in that standard family doctor booh, Ehe Common Sense Medical Adviser, a book of looo pages. Ear cloth-bound i _ i i \ copy send it cents in one-ccnt stamps, no alcohol to over- J- f)r J. covers 21 stamps. Ad tomach, I dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Ruffato, N. V. StB» Wilford. Wilforrt, Fremont Co., Ida., June I. A meeting of the male members of the Salem ward of the Fremont stake was held in the meeting house Sunday after noon, May 31, after the general service, to consider the propriety of getting the sugar factory located somewhere in the neighborhood of the Teton switch of the railroad in this county " j Ia nv parties are already engaged in raisinf ; angar beets, and some 600 acres have been contracted for this year, with the prospect of that amount being doubled for the year 1004, by the mem bers of the Salem ward alone. It is also expected that Rexburg, Teton and Wil ford will contribute their mite in the right direction to induce the sugar company to locate an auxiliary plant at the place above named. Much interest was manifested, and it wao unanimously resolved as the sense of the meeting that every owner of land in this vicinity contract for the raising of sugar beets on as large a scale as his circumstances will permit. All pledged themselves to do their utmost in this direction, so far as consistent with their means and capabilities. Deseret News International Stock Food The best Condition powder on earth for all stock mid poultry. Watson & Moore, The St. Anthony Druggists. Lo, the Pool Indian! A writer in the June Woman's Home Companion gives some facts about the residents of Indian Territory which are startling. He says: "The Choctaws, by the way, arc the wealthiest, and in most respects the most progressive tribe of ail. Purcell, their chief town, is a thoroughly mod ern little city, and the visitor who walks its streets for the first time can hardly believe be is in 'the Indian country.' The leading doctors, lawyers, bankers, preachers and business men all Choctaws, and all men who would be a credit to any community. While sitting iu front of a hotel there one evening recently, 1 watched \\ ith a „reat deal of interest the handsome and fashionably attired couples of young folks who were on their way to some entertainment, and I must confess that 1 never saw anywhere more prepossess ing specimens of high civilization An extremely pretty and stylish young woman was of the party, and J \sa sured upon competent authority she was a typical Choctaw maiden G that Notice. 1 1 aimeaving to Geo. A. Cordon anil It. J ■ C<>s tlcv that a special meeting of the coanl of county commissioners of Fremont Co. is ik-ce-y sary to take some action in regard to the rod i IISUier<-Vort' C orilnri-dthat a sp ;cul n>e.;Hi>j-j of said hoard be called for June 1 Jth, Ln ! at ■J o'clock p. in., for the purpose of Liking a, non upon thee * arc! in rclatio _ _ _ their April m* ' ay bo necessary in re: der of said I .mti made end entei and doing whatever to said ©rdei. , , The clerk is hereby ordered to ;;t said meeting as required by law St. Anthony, Idaho, June ... I>i-l U. J. Costley. ,,e<: Notice for Bids. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will j lie received for the construction of I MdewX tathe Village of St. Anthony. Iw the clerk of the Vlitape Hoard the foot, said sidewalk t width, a stringers inch lumber to be ith tw aid bids to be by i feet s inches in j dank, to he of No. I one • , all boards to be nailed , ails lo the stringer. All bids . must be in by the 12th day , o[ '* P 1 *,", ,^ ''Î'îm'"w iU 1 reserved to reject any .and all bids. I n. « be received by tb- undersigned at the . îr. I National bank. ,, c BO WEUMAN. | Village Clerk, ST. ANTHONY TRANSFER LINE, - fs All Ylephoni kinds of light and heavy hauling. No. _Mi II. II. Smith, Mgr ; tH£ ojCUlNt ano Salt k akk IMs ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE PASSING THROUGH SALT LAKE CITY. Connections made in Ogden Union Depot, with All Trains of Tho Oregon ort Lino fiai iway. OFFERS CHOICE OF O FAST THROUGH TRAINSDAILYQ s caving <>gdeii at 7:25 a. in., 2:1 5 p in., ami 7:15 p m. AND THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES. Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Lpuis, Chicago, WITHOUTCHANGE Free Reclining ( 'hair ( ars. 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. Fitzgerald, General Agent, Butte, Montana. Union Pacific and Chicaigo Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Through Line j I j • , . 1 I | F. ( ien A. MILL Passen gc Chicago. The Union Pacific and Chicago, Milwau kee & St. Paul Railways are now running first-class sleepers, tourist sleepers and free reclining chair cars 1|hrough to Chi cago. For tickets, sleeping car reserva tions and further information apply to CLAUDF: St. WILLIAMS g,* Commercial Agent. y \,rt. 106 West Second South St. Salt Lake.