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ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium.Morpliine nor Mineral,
Not Harcotic .
JèÊUft afOléiJlr SAMVEL P/TOOSH
À perfect Remedy forConslipa
lion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
gor Infants and ChildrAn
The Kind You Have
Alb mon llts old
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK 017V.
W. J. MIDDLETON,
Physician and Surgeon,
Untre Opposite Post Office Building
Bell 'Phone No. lift.
St. Anthony, Idaho
Dr. J. II. MCPHERSON.
St. Anthony - - - Idaho.
jyjlLLER M. HARSH BARGER.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON, &
Opposite Post Office.
Hour ' 11 A M.
our ( 1-2:80 P.M.
Sundays 2—3 P. M.
In office nights. ^'Phone No. 00.
Sr. Anthony, - - - Idaho,
ß L. BLEVINS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
yHOMAS R. HAMER,
St. Anthony ... Idul
JAMES G. G WINN
J R. KING. J. D. MILLSAP8.
KING & MILLSAPS,
attorneys at law.
Practice in all State
and Federal Courts.
Rooms 14 and 15 Ross-Hamer Building.
Methodist Episcopal Church.......St. Anthony.
Morning Service.................11:00 a. in.
Sabbath School ................12:00 m
Kpworth League....... (Sunday) 7:00p. in
Junior League.......... " 4:00p. m.
Evening Servico.................8:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wed. eve........7:30 p. in.
All are cordially invited to attend.
UK U. 1». PKMUEUTON,
Firat Presbyterian Church..........St. Anthony
Morning Service................11:00 a. in.
Sabbath School................12:00 in.
Junior Endeavor .. ............ 3:30p. m,
Senior Endeavor ............... 0:45 p.m.
Evening Service............... 7:30 p.m
Prayer Meeting Wed. eve....... 7:30 p. m.
lo any and all of these services the public is
cordially invited. This means you friend.
Will Stuart Wii-son.
l. d. s.
Latter Day Saints hold regular meet
Hgs at the opera house every Sunday
evening at 0.30 o'clock Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Any property wilfully concealed, removed,
transferred or misrepresented by the owner
ür agent thereof to evade taxation, upon dis
covery, must be assessed at not exceeding ten
unies its value and the assessment so matte
(Section 51 of an act relating
v enue, Session Laws 1001.) Z. 7. CLAY,
Assessor and Collector.
fflUbt not lie reduced by the board of commis j
"loners. (Section51 of an act relating to re
H F. JONES, M. D.
IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO
Physician & Sargeou.
Diseases of the
Ear, Nose and
fully treated. Glasses fitted.
W O W Meet3 in M - w '
VV ; V V * A. Hall the first
and third Tuesdays of each month.
J. G. Lewis, Clerk.
E. E. G a KEY, C. G.
! O O. F.
C'KriMONT LODGE, No. Bö, meets every
1 Friiluy evening in Woodmen Ilall. All
Odd Fellows are welcome.
L. J Phatt, N. G.
Fred W. Rising, Roe. See.
Anrono sending a Pketrh rtkI description may
quickly p.seerfîiin our opinion freo whether an
iiG. tMif'ion is prohahly putentahle. Communica
tions strirtly rontidcntlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent freo. oldest iiL'eney for seen ring patents.
I*;itelite taken through Munn & Co. receive
Fjtcrial notice, without c harg e, lntho
A hands. meir illustrated weekly. Largest cir
t nipt ion of any selentlfle Journal. TcrniB, |3 a
. ......months, $1. Hold by all newsdealers.
j 361 Broadway, New York
•Tl office. G2 j K St« Washiiitfton. D. C
MRS. L. S. ADAMS,
Of «Blvesloii, Texas.
"Wir.: of r irdui is indeed a blessing
to tired wo:. .en. having suffered for
seven years with weakness and bear
ing-down pains, and having tried sev
eral doctors and different remedies
w ith no success, your Wine of Cardui
was the only thing which helped me,
and eventually cured me It seemed to
build up the weak parts, strengthen
the system and correct irregularities."
By "tired women" Mrs. Adams
moans nervous wouion who have
disordered menses, falling of the
womb, ovarian troubles or any of
those ailments that women have.
You can cure yourself at home with
this great women's remedy, Wine
of ( ardui. Wine of Cardui has
oured thousands' of ease's which
do, l. is have failed to benefit. W hv
not begin to get well today? All
druggists have 81.00 bottles. For
■nr, -tomaeh. liver or bowel disor
ji ... Thedford's Black-Draught
s mid )hj used.
V n II Hitt r:Uurt\address. giving
>. l 1 .m<!.•' i* Vuvisovy l***p:**"
, , [■(.,* UM iif••no.ig i Medicine •
I • . • ■ Tfilil. O
Bacon and Ham Hie a pound at
j , Upl|.Ai l n|jtgn Market.
TIM JIPTI opoiUKll maiivci
A. Stone, Prop.
Last Friday Mr. Atari:
Sugar Boot Go., took a
Egin hunch with John <
stm\ Ho was.
fho looks of tin*inn try and the »pp
anco of our beet crop lb ,i„.
statement that Parker has th. vm
acreage of beets of ana ■■<■', l lenient w,
have in 450 acres of i„ , ff, , , iV .. ,p ,
Egin bench muet ceilr: •: i..,. . j
than 3,000 acres of 1».,.:,.. f 01 - the : .jfi
road company will not build the road
here for a less acreage, and all commets
will ho awarded in the spring. This
means no railroad and no sugar factory.
He further said that if the contracts
for this amount were ,-ie, we were
sure of the railroad and would have j us(
as good a show for Urn factory ns .any
place in Lhe county, as il» location m
The sugar company ha three gang»
of youngsters in the fields and they avi .
earning from 50c to $1.50 p C1 . q a y.
Parker is going to have a grand cele
bration on the Fourth of July. The
executive committee has selected its
sub-committees and all are working
with a will.
Mr. John T. Brower left for his homo
in Canada on the 15th.
Mr. J. Cl. Remington is very low with
Mr. Walter Mooso was brought home
from Spencer in a very critical condi
tion with stomach trouble, but is gel
Mr R. D. Rice went to
Monday to make hay contra
Some of the cemetery committee are
in favor of selling a part of the ceme
tery grounds that properly belong to
the people, and they had better he con
sulted before any bargains aie entered!
Darby, Idaho, June 12. -The hot
weather of the past few days has made
the crops grow very fast.
Hay seems to grow by jumps.
The farmers here have in large crops !
and it looks as though they will reap a
The townsite here is now laid out and
lots are for salo.
The Teton Telephone Co. will run n !
branch line up here as soon as possible,
which will be a great benefit to ns.
A store would do well here, as there
are hundreds of dollars that leave lure i
that would remain if some good busi
ness man would locate here and handle ;
The people of Leigh ward met Wedues- j
day, the 10th, in honor of the old folks ■
and a good enjoyable time was had A
ball game was played in the afternoon j
between the Leigh and Darby teams. '
The score was 11 to 12 in favor of Leigh.
The Leigh hoys, with a little practice,
will have a good team
A very pleasant, surprise was given to
Miss Effie Sharp at the home of Grant
Hopkins by the young people the eve
before she left for her home in St. An
thony. Ice cream and cake were served
and a very enjoyable time was partici
pated in by all.
Quite a number of our .voting men
left last Monday to work in the Nation
al Park, leaving the streetsiinite lonely,
and the cry is now, where can I get. a
man to work.
Bishop Wilson and his better half
went to the county seat on business
Mr. Wood and wife have returned
from a visit on the Egin bench. While
there they were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. I). Davis. They report that crops
look fairly well, hut the sub is late and
grave fears are entertained that some
grain will burn up. They had the
pleasure while there, of talking to a few
of their friends over the new 'phone.
The cheese factory recently started
here has closed for a season as least, as
the milk supply is not adequate to pay
running expenses. The people do not
seem willing to foster the enterprise
while they were receiving 75c per 100
lbs. for their milk. This is a good
price, still the people could not see
where it would pay them. It is the b; st
paying business on the farm, under
these conditions, as there is less work in
the handling of milk and ttie money
comes every month in a bulk, and not
in trade from the store as in the case of
selling a pound of butter when you cun.
Worst of All Experiences.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will lie your last':
Such was the experience of Mrs. S 11
Newson, Decatur, Aba "For three
years" she writes, "I endured insnft'nr
.......... - .................. -
able pain from indigestion, stomach and
bowel trouble. Death seemed inevitable
when doctors and all remedies failed
At length I was induced to try Electric
Bitters and the result was miraculous 1
improved at once and now I'm complete
ly recovered.'' For Liver, Kidney, Stom-j
aeh and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters
is the only medicine. Only 50c. it's
guaranteed by Watson cV Moore, Drug
FOR SALE 40 acres of good land out
mile west of Parker. Enquire of H. W.
Jackson, Parker. Idaho.
Fire Bell Signals.
The signal for meetings of the fire de
partment is three slow taps repeated
together three times and one tap for
eachhourof the time of meeting. In
case of fire ring as hard and fast as pos
sible and at the last give three sharp
taps if the fire is on this side of the river,
and two taps if on the south side.
M ■ . 5
V*' ?i;i G
A fammts physician , in speaking of health, beauty, and a good
figure, said :
■ f In my experience many American women have not the
strength to take up outdoor sports, many lack the inclination
for active physical exertion, household cares or office work—
they led languid, tired and worn-out by the weaknesses so
common to their sex. Some women have household duties
which keep them shut up at home. For all such persons
1 should advise a few simple daily exercises, with light dumb
bells, devoting only ten minutes of the day to it at first, and
gradually increasing it until they find that their whole being
is stimulated and strengthened by it. If the young girl — or
the matron is troubled at certain periods with irregularity,
weakening drains, and backache -perhaps faint and dizzy
spells then she should take something medicinally to cor
rect these faults. Nothing could be better than a prescription which Dr. R. V. Pierce
used in his large practice for many wars, in the diseases of women. This "Favorite
Prescription " of Dr. Pierce has had an imnu nso sale for the past thirty-six years, because
ol its un Bonn success in the cure of wo.wn s diseases, and because of the many thousand
women who have attested to its menu being made enti ely of extracts of roots and
herbs, without alcohol, it is perfectly harmless to the most delicate system, and the best
ready-to-hand remedy in the market."
i o insure perfect health, every tissue, bone, nerve, tendon, or muscle should take
from the blood certain materials for its nourishment and growth. Every organ must
have its period of activity and of rest, so as to circulate the vital fluid in a proper
manner to nourish every part. This is why 1 believe in advising every woman to take
gentle exercise out of doors or indoors. If the functions are not regular or the pains
are severe then she should at once use a reliable remedy."
Mrs A. BELYEA , of Rockland, Slew Brunswick, said:
*'I suffered more than a year from nervousness and functional derangement. Had pains in the
left side of abdomen all the time. Some days could hardly get around. Kept my bed about half the
time. I wrote to Dr. R. V. Fierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., and got his advice for which I have ever been
thankful. I began taking ' Favorite Prescription ' right away as he dvis d. It makes me sleep well
at night which I never did before, and I feel rested. Can truthfully say Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription has cured me."
Mrs. O. O. SCRIPTURE, of Prescott, Arizona, said:
'Words cannot express how grateful I am for what Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has done
ic. For nearly ten years I was a gre.ii sufferer with ulceration and sickness peculiar to women
I doctored for several years : got no better until I began taking the 1 Prescription.'* Now I can stand
on, my feet and work hard all day. i feel that life is worth living, and shall a
Dr. Pierce's medicines.
peculiar to women.
Now I can stand
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. . ™ womanly oymtem; irrita fully of Phyalolooy anil
Anaf> -y; wfehood anti tnuihcrho&a, .. r-„ I'torco's Oomman S-nan Medical Adviaaa. It contains
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TACT OF A GENTLEMAN.
How Frank CtoektoH Relieved Feel
ings of a Frirr.rl.
Last winter, '"hile Will N. Jlarben
j was writing Aimer Daniel (PaipenO,
he often met Frank R. SUxkten at
the Author's c-Iun. On afternoon
Harhen tolil Hr. Stock!on of his ro w
book, and added that he h.id been
trying to got up hi? eouwi.se ; .• d;
(o be allowed to send it to him when
it was published. Stockton assured
Mr. Harhen that he would be glad to
see it, but just thon another novelist
sauntered across the room and raid :
"Frank D----- has ju«t s: lit me- a
copy of his last hook and ml.: mo
to review it. 1 suppose y. u , .• ft en
bored with similar requi
It was an awkward .... ment for
Stockton and Harhen. : o lb ■ form''!'
wa? equal to lhe em .'<■ 1 y.
"Well," he said, c:. ly. "u is
rather hard to writ: ; fi
le r friends when r : y v .
novels, but 1 do ceital«';. : 1 r to i i
books written by mon I 'c .v.
The conversation tool; ;i (urn and
Halben walked away. I. • ' • !.' ,:ie
matter had pass 'd out oi the u-ii.d of
the genial humor'st, but a few min
utes Inter Stockton i sm lo hitu and
"1 don't want, you to for. et to send
mo that hook. ! am greatly in! a-- -led
in it." But Mr. Stool v< lived
to receive the promised mirst copy."
He died while Mr. Hal ben \. as n ndiug
the proofs of tlm novel.
ally walking the
railroad ties fie
tween Utica and IP
une, in Now Yoi i:
were arrested as "
tors" on Monday, s:
ivr, iho New Vor!
World. Those v.l
::n would r" 'an
stranded actors as
tors are themsclve:
s guilty, for " •; :
picion ever haunts
the guilty mind.'
One who could not
tell that an acto
was an actor could
hardly toll any
thing. The spectacle of e eompni : of
them walking railroad ties was sue ! u
vindication of satirical parac.rapas
and of comic journalism that for a
country constable not to realize t'-,e
fact was both strange and Inox us
. ai.'" li either indicate! the decline
0 ; comic journalism ot its failure to
: t] 1( . tI . atc the veerscs of tlm mil h
: of darkest Oneida.
Good Old Texas.
are no vacant houses or baby
in grand old Texas.—Dallas
if man had no curiosity private dé
motive offices would shut up busl
A Trenton (N. J.) man recently
first the gold cure and then a sleep.
He did nnt wake up for ten days.
It is a waste of energy to try to
look like a dollar when you arc put
ting a dime into the plate.
New line of summer hat:
ta "" d ""»»«
ST - ANTHONY TRANSFER LINE,
All 1 -tinds of liglit and heavy hauling,
'elephonc No. 2 <i H. H. Smith, Mgr
ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE PASSING THROUGH SALT LAKE CITY.
< < m n riions made in Ogden Union Depot with
AU l' Mins of The Oregon ort Lino Hallway.
OFFERS CHOICE OF
>ttdcn at 7:25 a. in., 2:15 p in., and 7:15 p. in.
THit I F DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES.
Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to
Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago,
Free Reclining ( 'luiir < 'ars. Personally Gonducted Excursions.
A Perfect Dining Gar Service.
For rates, folders, etc., inquire of nearest Ticket Agent specifying the Rio
Grande Route, or write
G. W. Fitzuekald, General Agent, Butte, Montana.
Three Through Trains to
Chicago Every Day Via the
Union Pacific and Chicago
! Milwaukee & St. Paul
Ry. Through Line
CLAUDE S. WILLIAMS,
Commercial Agent. lOii W. 2d S. St.. Salt Lake City.
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