Newspaper Page Text
Watson & Moore, The St. Anthony Druggists.
Circulation of this issue - - 1000 71 VOL. V. .© Official Paper of Fremont Countv - - ST. ANTHONY, FREMONT COUNTY *?.' r. r. IDAHO, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1903. NO. lO. r *?.' r. r. A. K. SteunciiberR, President. O I'., Howerman, Cashier. First National Bank ( Charter No. 57C4. ) We want your banking business and offer you every facility consistent with good business methods. Money to loan on approved security. Liberal advances made to those wish to pure has.' cattle or sheep. Office hours from !) o clock to 4. ;>/ THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN FREMONT COUNTY. UN , y;T.~ -y/u ypyr : BBHBSESWa» Fremont Meal and Pro vision Company PRICE LIST. Hams, Bacon, 5 lbs of Lard 6o ' ' ' Salt Cork 1 ne per lb. 1 ne " " 70c. $ 1 • 3 n. 23)0. 6.2 S. 1 2 Vi c per lb Watch Our Prices Evert Week. f \ g 1 f you enjoy a good cigar try P*u rland's BEST. * BURLAN I Burland's Rest Is guaranteed to give satis faction. Try one and you will smoke no other. I ry one after your dinner and you will .always smoke Rurland's BEST, S BEST £ Always call for this brand, l'he best in the market. W. II. Rurland Sole 1 listributor. 4th of JULY MONSTER Celebration Idaho Falls Will Eclipse in Splendor any Celebration ever \\ it nessed in Idaho Grand and Gorgeous. $2,000 in 1 hirses and Prizes. $1,000 Pyrotechnical Display. Magnificent Merchants Parade. hour Brass Bands, including'the Famous Indian Band of Fort Hall. 1 wo Ball Games—Championship Entertaining Exercises at the Bowery. Horse Racing and Contests of all kinds. Handicap Shooting Contest for purse of Sioo and MeKensie Trophy. ALL DAY AND NIGHT. There will be a continuous furore of Excitement and Fun. Come along, Boys, and witness the biggest time yet. EXCURSION Trains will leave St. Anthony and 1'oeatello at 7 o'clock a. m., returning at midnight. '!• 4 Green, a civil engineer, whose home is iu Denver, and who has been in the employ of the O. S L. at 'Pocatello for three years past, and recently em ployed by the American Falls Canal com pan}', ha* mysteriously disappear»*!}. He was in Blaekfoot Tuesday. His team was found in the evening on the opposite side of the river wandering around without an occupant in the vehicle, and it is apparent that lie has either met with fonl play or has fallen into the river. Boys ranging in age from 1'.' to 17 years are being gathered up in Utah to work in the sugar beet fields in Bing ham county. Boise is to have a new enterprise in the way of a Shetland pony farm to he operated by a Mr. Lou Caswell. This y par cutting of hay in the Boise valley is already being contracted for at $5 per ton in the stack. i International Stock Food—The best Condition Powder on earth for all stock and poultry. Watson & Moore, The St. Anthony Druggists. State Given Preference. The officials of the United States land office in Boise have been notified that by a recent decision of the secretary of the interior the state of Idaho is given a preference right of entry on all lands opened up for entry within the state for a period of (>0 days after the filing of the plats. This ruling applies whether the state made tho application for the survey or not. The plats of a number of townships are expected to be filed on July là, and under the new ruling, the state will have the right of entry for fit) days after the plats are filed, and the public can not file upon the land covered until approximately the middle of Septem ber. Heretofore the state has been granted this preference right of entry for (if) days after the plats are filed in the case of all lands for whose survey the appli cation had been made by the state. Under the recent decision, this privilege is extended to all lands, regardless of who made the application. The role set forth in the new ruling is applicable to only a limited number of the western states; Idaii > being one of the favored few. Sunday's States man. Fourth of Tulv. For this occasion a rate of one fare will be made to points within 300 miles of selling station. Tickets on sale J uly 3 and 4, limit July ti R. T. Drollinger, Agi. St. Anthony Wins. The base ball game between St. An thony and Idaho Falls held here last Sunday, resulted in a victory for the St. Anthony boys with a score of 0 to 13. About 100 people from tho Falls came up to witness the game and returned homo at about 7:30 on the sue cial. The game was very interesting from start to finish. Buy your Mason's fruit jars at Thom son's. A Good Chance for Roys The Sugar company is hiring every boy and girl that can be secured to thin beets. They have about seventy-five from Iona and half as many from Am mon, but have not half~-a»s many from Idaho Falls as they should have. At first they paid them $1 per day, hut there was some dissatisfaction over it, so they changed and now pay them by the row. In Utah they pay ten cents a row of forty rods, but they are paying lit cents here. A good smart boy can make $1.50 per day. They want lots moreof them. Boys from the surround ing towns can come in and get work. They will be furnished a good place to sleep, and get their board and good wages. If they can do so the company prefers that they bring a pair of blank ets with them, but if they cannot the company will furnish them. There are boys running the streets of this city that might be earning good wages. Why don't they go ont and do this work? Idaho Falls Register. The Thompson Mercantile Co. lias the exclusive sale of Hamilton Brown shoes. Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coming in, declaring Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequalled. A recent expression from T. J. McFarland Bentorville, Va. serves as example. He writes: "I had Bronchitis for three i >' e ? V8 " ud d 0 7°. red n ?, 11 th ® î ime "'ithout ! bei nt? benefitfced. Then I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few bottles wholly cured me. " Equally [ j effective in curing all Throat and Lung troubles, Consomption Pneumonia and Grip. Guaranteed by \\ atson cv Moore, - 1 - ----- - regular Druggists. Trial bottles free, 1 sizes 50c and $1 00. Covers Forty-Acre Areal at World's Fair Site Will Teem With Life and In dustry Factories at Work; Churches, .Markets, Etc. j I j I St. Louis.- Strange and wonderful things from the Philippine Islands will be shown in a grand exhibit covering forty acres in the western section of the World's Fair grounds at St Louis. The Insular government has made a liberal appropriation for this exhibit, and the sum will be still further in creased by individuals and commercial organizations in the American posses sions in the Pacific ( >cean. The large area set apart for the exhibits will teem with life and industry and the many phases of the Philippine life will bu accurately portrayed. All of the use ful and many of the curions products of the Islands will be shown, and the theory of the Exposition to show pro cesses along with the finished product is tenaciously adhered to. The forty acre exhibit of tho Philippine archi pelago is on a rolling piece of ground immediately west of the Palace of Ag riculture. A portion of Arrowhead Lake is included. The Filipinos will reproduce on the World's Fair grounds typical Filipino villages; for example, a lake dwelling built upon the woo Urn uprights A market square will be constructed, with-bnililings of varied architecture. Typical Filipino indus tries will bo illustrated in them. Churches will be reproduced, and the rites and ceremonies shown. Iu the market square a market will be held every day for the various tribes, rep resentatives ,-f which will make up the population to Hie villages. One building will be devoted to agriculture, in which will be shown sugar, coffee, rice, tobacco, etc. Another building will be devoted to forestry. This structure, 140 feet long and 10 feet wide, is to be built of timber and palms representative of the most important Philippine species. In the frame of the building, boards twenty-two leet long and the greatest possible width will be shown. Tall timber, bamboo, etc., will be shown in a rotunda, which will culminate in a tower 100 feet high. A part, ol' tho building will be devoted to minor products of flu-forest such as gutta percha, caoutchouc, the chief resin gums, oleaginous plants and seeds, oils, perfumes, tan barks, dye stuffs, medical plants, etc. Une pavilion will be devote-1 to illus tratingtlie work of the Filipino women, another will contain a war exhibit, con tributions to which will be made by native Filipinos and by Americans win have seen service iu tha archipelago. A pavilion will be devoted to a Filipino library and lecture hall. The fibre exhibit of the Philippines will embrace the Manilla plant, a banana tree bearing inedible fruit Its fibre produces the strongest ropes ami cables made. It will include ramie, and all tho fibre plants grown in the archipelago. The great un inborn of varieties shown, and the actual pro cess of transforming the fibrous plants into the finished product, will be an interesting revelation, and will show the islands' vast resources as regards this one industry There will be shown coarso nettings, cordage, threads, yarns, cords, lilies, twines, ropes and cables. And there will be a large collection of the dif ferent varieties of rattan and rattan products. All sortsof spinning products and brush making materials, baske t stuffs, hats, ramie stuffs, sandals, street sweeping rolls, and many similar articles will be shown. This section of the exhibit will em brace a large number of photographs, showing all the textile plants in growth, and the process of stripping the fibre and weaving. Most of these processes will be shown iu the space allotted to the fibre exhibit by Filipinos actually engaged in the work. Arrowhead Lake will abound with in terest for visiters. < in tie borders will be constructed typical fisher villages and all kinds of Philippine fishing ap paratus Pearl fisheries in operation will be shown In another section of the lake will be exhibited water trans | portation in all forms lio ns, canoes. , ferriea antl all the Philippine ' ° , j methods for crossing rive* In a '-reek | gold washing will be carried on by na- ; tive?-. j v 'reproduction of a section of the 1 , ,, , ,, ., , ,, . 1 city walls of Manila will mark the main entrance to the Philippine exhibit. All the buildings iu the Philippine I exhibit will be constructed of native j materials by native workmen, and I when completed one will have an uc j curate picture of what life really is in I thp Philippines. Found Guilty The state of Idaho vs Harvy Iv. Olid- : den, charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to commit murder upon the person of Caleb Jones, has been attracting the attention of the court all day. The vise went to the jury about 5 o clock and after being out a short time, brought in a verdict of guilty of assault with a deadly weapon. This verdict will mean a short term in the penitentiary for Mr. (Hidden. t to of Teton's Program. All are invited to join Teton City in a grand celebration the 4th of July. * The following program will be rendered: salute bv cannon at sun rise Jacob Johnston, John Briggs. Raising tiag John Richuuin. Serenade Rexbnrg Band. Parade to commence forming at s : ;io Meeting at the bowery at 10 o'clock. Music Rexbnrg Brass Baud. Prayer Chaplain \V. II. Cloward. Song, Columbia (Jem of the Ocean I hoir. Why We Celebrate, and reading Decla ration of Independence \V. U. Baird. Star Spangled Banner N. P. Hansen. I »ration—John Donaldson. Song by children—Conducted by Belle Naylor. Humorous recitation— B. F. füllet t. Recitation, Liberty Bell Win. Niebaur. Flag drill by little girls—Conducted by Clara and Cora Hansen Song—Ethel and Alta Williams. America ( hoir. Music- Band. AFTERNOON SPOUTS. Sports will take place on the Town Park, commencing at 2 o'clock. Suit able prizes will be given to the winners in the following sports: Foot race, free for all, 100 yards. Foot race, married ladies, 100 yards. Foot race, girls under 10 years, r»o yards. Foot race, boys under 10*years, no yards. Foot race, girls under 0 years, 25 yards. Footrace, boys under 6 years, 25 yards. Sack race 50 yards. Green gooseberry pie contest. Sweet cracker contest. Potato race, (i potatoes in a pile, 20 yards. Wheelbarrow race, blindfolded, 50 yds. Ball game at TOO. Bicycle races. Horse races. (Hand Ball in the evening. The Thompson Mercantile Co, has the exclusive sale of Swift's meats. BUNDLES IN THE CAPITAL. You May Take Them Into the Ti . ury Building, but Not Out of It Among all tho department Washington tho most strict is i treasury. A citizen may carry tiling he likes into tho treasury '. big, but when lie undertakes to ry anything bulky out of tho I itig he is apt to get into trouble if docs not explain with readiness A visitor to Washington tho ot.■ - day carried a fairly largo pad ; into tho building. Nobody said a v - to him about it when he was in, but, when ho started out with ; package he was held up, made to op it, and to explain all about him»- ! and tits business. Tho good sense of the rule is ap parent. At tho capitol it is again the rules to carry any sort of a bundle into tho building. The Mar is that somebody will carry in a bot The rule was never enforced in.til tho senate took up the Sherman re peal bill. At. that time the public mind became so influenced a; an i (h-- delay in the senate that viole, was feared, and the rule was put h a. ivo opera.ion and continued • - somo years. Then it dropped out of sight moi tiio Spanish war excitement came on, who!' it was again enforced, and it i stii! onion. d rather strongly, al though during the last session of cop nr- n few cameras were allowed in the building.- New York Mail aid Express. , na- the . MR. WALTON MUST BE DEAD, l__ Designer of an Angler's Retreat Did Not Know of the Esteemed Izaak. A gentleman who has spent part of »is vacation season in a Canadian town lias just returned homo for a rest before resuming his labors arid relates his experience thus: "1 went off the beaten path for a lev days' fishing. In a small village iifji a great v. ay from Quebec, I stop pod al a smal inn to get. a drink. The name of the inn was the Izaak Wal ton. I raid to the man who brought me tho drink: •"Docs Izaak Walton keep thi ; place?' ■No,' wii - the answer. 'Mr. Smith keeps it.' Till.n why does he have the name Walton tun g out. there?' 1 went on. The drink man looked at me as it 1 had said something derogatory to the establishment. •• Can't ray, sir,' he replied. 'Mr. Smith lias had the place only this season. I suppose he hast't had time to take tin former owner's name down yet. I'm a newcomer myself. but I think Mr. Walton died." liny yonr Thompson's. cream freezers u I AMERICAN FALLS CANAL. Work of Construction to Be Vigor ously Pushed. Blaekfoot, June 11). Work on one of the most important irrigation schemes : »hat has ever been launched in Mahn about, to begin. The parties furnishing the capital for the building of the great American Falls canal under the provi sions of the ( arey act,, whereby 05 000 acres of the most valuable agricultural lands in the state are to be reclaimed on tin' west side of the Snake river between this place and American Fails, a dis tance of 00 miles, are on the ground and a large number of teams and men are being assigned to the work of construct ing the immense canal Work will be pushed vigorously and the result will bo that thousands of acres of heretofore unavailable lands will lie thrown open to settlement. Driven to Desperation. Living; at an out of the way place, re mote from civilization, a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in Burns, i hits, Wounds, Bores Fleers, etc Lay in a supply of Bucldia s Arnica Salve. 1 t's the best on earth. 2oe at Watson X' Moore's Drug Store. The MRU AT BOISE. Loss is Placed S«125,<MK>. at About a a ; it to j I Boise, Idaho, June 22. Considerable difficulty has been experienced in se curing information relative to the losses sustained by the lire which Ihis morning wiped out a portion of Boise's wholesale district, completely destroy ing tlie buildings and stocks of the Northrop Hardware company. Annum <& * 'o . and John IDay A ( 'o., besides damaging the building and some of the stock of the Capital Commercial com pany and ruining a large number of stoves and ranges, belonging to tho Fletclier-Htccn company that were in part of the Armour building. Those who sustained loss for the most part, did not care to make any statement until they could open their safes and secure data from their books. The estimate of $liiO,<>()(> first placed on the loss is thought to he too high. The total loss is now estimated at $112,000, divided as follows: Fletcher-Steen company, $10,000; in surance $0,500. Armour & Co., $15,000, amount of insurance not known as it is handled by the eastern agency. John L. Day A ( \>. .$35,000; insurance $1-1,000 to $10,000 Coffin Hardware company, $00,000. No statement 11 st 1 insurance Capital Commercial company, $2,000; fully insured The daintiest, and prettiest patterns in summer dress goods arc here for yonr inspection The Ternes Furnishing Store. Lectu res. Rev. Will. Stephen Kress began a series of lectures in the south room of the Ross I lamer block last evening and will continue until Sunday evening. J 11 no3b. The following are tlie list, of Subjects: Wednesday eve, June 21. Christian marriage. Is divorce ever permitted? Thursday eve, June 25. How to find the truth. Christ's Way. Friday eve, June 20 -The pardon of sin. Auricular confession. Saturday eve, June 37 What becomes of our dead. Purgatory, Sunday eve, June l'-' Christ or Inger sollV The lectures begin each evening at s o'clock p m. (aits Bruises and Burns Quickly llcalcd. Chambcrlain's Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment, and when applied to cuts, bruises and burns, causes them to heal without maturating and much I more quickly than by tlie usual treat : mont . For sale by all druggists Horse Thieves Captured. TI E. Jinkens was deputized last Thursday by Sheriff Harrop to proceed to Montana and capture two horse thieves wlio have b- - 11 operating in the vicinity of Parker A telegram was re ceived this ev ening by the sheriff stating that they had been captured between Virgina City and Rcl •lock. They arc supposed to lie Bam ( *. >ll*-> and a fellow by th« name of Ireland They will be landed in jail at this place Licensed to Wed. John Hadden, ag-- 2-1, and Miss Rose Crapo, age 19, both of Rudy, were grunted licen-e to wed or. Friday , the 19th inst. Died Eland'.'* Md^neston. tho five- y ear-ohl daudiiur "i Mr. and Mrs. Mcijueston u t ,'hed at their homo in Ora about two 1 weeks ago.