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Dished lip hy the 1* , Corresponden , I'AR KICK. Our Christinas entui : were first-class. There u : iirugnufi of specche -, m recitations in the tneeti .g 1 m: the morning and a dance and i, ; , gram for the little folks in the ift a uoon. There wen oOdehifilren in attendance which shows tluse is no dangei of race sunnle ni Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Il \V. Jacl m have gone to Paradise, Utah, to visit relatives during the liolidav... Mrs. W. A. Richardson of Sl.it erville, 1'tali, is here visiting In-j son, A. \\'. Richardson and dam li ter Mrs. D. \V. Chase. Mr. J. '1'. B. Mason who lue been sick is now better. Miss Ida Wakeley, the jiritnarv teacher in the district school, vont to her home in Mash Valiev to spend the holidays with her parents and other relatives. Mr. J. J. Anderson, second teacher of Salem, goes home after school every day. Mr. Jed Karl, manager of the Fremont County Wagon & Machine Co., of Rexburg, has been kept at home for several weeks because of ill health. Mr. George- S. Winegar, who has been away at work in Montana and Washington for several years, has come home with his right inn broken in two places, lie says the train juinjied the track somewhere was the cause. and WIKFORI). Bp. Orme had his sheep brought in the first of the week, as the late snow deprived them of tlic-ir range. The "Old Folks" party tock place in the hall last, Tuesday, Dec. 22. Kllen Mun i has come home from Grant to spend the holidays and incidently is preparing to take the spring school at Farnum when she is through at Grant. Married at the M. K. church cn Saturday, Dec. 12. 190b, Mr. William Moore cf Arcadia, Ne braska and Miss Sadie Collins of St. Anthony, Idaho. Rev. Starlev j. Adams preforming the ceremony. The married couple will leave for Nebraska where they will make their future home. Miss Collins is a highly respected and enter prising young lady and will be greatly missed by her many friends in this vicinity. FARNUM. Married—Sunday, Dec. 27. 190b Mr. N. C. Hanson and Mrs. Alice W. Guthrie at Marysville, Bishop Wilson officiating. Their friends wish them happiness. Clinton Burnham returned to the Ross & Wyatt ranch after a short visit with his family. Mrs. Clinton Burnham Christmas in Marysville. Geo. F. L. Merrick made a to Kilgore last week. John Wade spent Christmas several days following at the home of Alma Blanchard in Chester. N. C. Hanson was up for Christ mas from Chester. The Strong Brothers and com pany made another hunting trip to the timber. We understand no game was captured. On Christmas afternoon a pro gram was given at the school house which was very enjoyable. The evening was devoted to music and dancing. All report a good time. The program was as follows. Song hy Choir ; Prayer, S. S. Green ; song, Choir; Remarks, Philip Per ron ; Recitation, Leo Stephenson: S mg, Mrs. O. F. Wade; Recita tion. Naomi Green; Song. Pearl Maggie Van Sickle; Recita Mrs. Geo. Merrick; Song. 1 -ndrickscn Brothers ; Song. L' - ,-ii Southall! ; Recitation, Ralph ferron ; Song, Mr. and Mrs. Philip f erron; Song, Mr. 1 nmk -u fickle; Song. Mr. and Mrs. olin r..„ Sickle; Recitation, Richard ; Song, Mr- Stephenson lv ; Recitation, W allace ong, Mr. and Mrs. H. sc.vtiy; Closing Song, Choir. spent trip and i id :i in, KILGORH. h^-r^r , dav , celebrated • s nas ,j , ,,i.. , I ' ' -c maned down with ' nts t"i the young folks in the ,K,on «t the school house, the ' ' a very nice appear i was wrv nicd\ trimmed an : am 111 -THaiiicnts and was lighted! ''■as :, source of much jov to. the enddreu. There was a dance 1 un<l Sll l>l*i at night. The crowd ! w:,h l,K ' '''Rkcst on record ami! : joyable time was had. ' cry serious accident liapnen-| cd here on Sunday morning while j ,l1 ' j ' ■' Owens was leading a: stallion out to water. The horse i became iTightened at a team going by and plunged past Mr. Owens | ' nul kicked as he went bv strikin'' ! nm between the eyes, knocking 1,111 '"to insensibility. Louis Mortenson who was driving hy looked hark just in time to see the lioisc kick Owen down and he at once went to his assistance and helped him onto his horse, he went toi help and when the neighbors i espouded thev iound Owens in a horrible plight. The horse struck bun over the right eye and across the nose. 11 i s nose was broken and fi'cc was split from above the right eve down to the mouth on the left side. Ivvery thing possible was done to relieve him. A doctor was summoned lmt did not respond, Mr. Owens lives alone and is an oh! man past lid and has been very feeble of laet. The neighbors were very fortunate in having the neces sary remedies at hand to dress the wound. If Mr. Owens gels worse he will be taken to the Salt Lake hospital for treatment. L <>. O. lb RESOLUTIONS. i\ liereas: Death has entered the family circle of our Brother, and taken from them their beloved daughter : Therefore he it Resolved: That the example of innocence she lias set while dwelling among us will live in cur hearty in the years to come and forever he- present in our memory ; Flint the loss sustained by our Brother is felt by every member of our order and that we submit with humble obedience to the will of the- Great Spirit ; Resolved: That we the members of Fremont Lodge No. (ill, I. O. O. F. express our deep sympathy for Brother Fultz and family in their sad bereavement. That a »copy of these resolutions be forwarded to Brother Fultz, a copy presented to the press of our city for publication and that a copy be spread upon the minutes of this lodge. Committee : Will Stuart Wilson, I). L. Blevens, H. A. Buchenau. After WoolejE Butte, Dec. 27.- -B. W. Bell spe cial agent of the secret service department, is in the city for the purpose, it is said of investigating the charges against H. Smith Wooley, who was recently appoint ed assayer in chief of the Boise office and against whom serious accusa tions were made. It is said to be Mr. Bell's purpose to look into all features of the Wooley case with the view of making a comprehen sive report to the treasury depart ment. Depository Law Uncon stitutional. Boise, Ida. Dec. 27. The state supreme court yesterday handed down an opinion holding the State depository law- unconstitutional. The act was passed at the last ses sion of the legislature and provides that the balances carried by tlie state treasurer should be deposited in banks designated by a state Ixiard of deposits consisting of the Governor, Auditor, and Attorney General, such banks to give securi ty and to pay interest on daily bal ances. State iirea.surer Coffin con tested the law and won the case. The court finds the title of the act is insufficient, no other point being passed on. This case has attracted more attention than any other case before the court in several years. The passage of the law was bitterly opposed, and its validity lias been stubbornly c ontested. The famous Royal Worchester corsets are the best for stout or thin. Sold exclusively by Skalet & Shell FOR SALE—One good second-hau l flre-proof safe iu good condition. In quire of St. Anthony Banking Co. WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman toiuariua business in this County and adjoining territory for house ( t solid financial standing. jt-iiMio j straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters. Expense money advanced: position permanent Address Manager, 005 Motion Bldg., Chicago. 1 ! j a: i | ! | ! notice to i m aim ms. Tr.K I'kohati: • wht oi Tiib Cm ntv I'BRMOKT. S i'ATB OF IDAHO. iii the Matter of the Estate of , J;i mes Jolmsto: Deceased. 1 a" tn;e 1 herele, given. bv the under-h'iied odiiimistrutor or the estate of .lame, .lohn ,oil lieoenseil. to the ereilitors of um 1 all) runs :i 'i "a! 1u - '-loti!» , against the said deeeus.-a. to exlrilm thetu. with the nec-essarv voeeiu-i " 1 ' hin ten months after the Hist publican,m of t.i snotiee to the saio adininiMrator. a hi resideuee. in Teton, i'ounty of 1-remom sta t or Idaho. "a fed :t i St. A nti ion.v. I (lain), tills Ihth a . v oi December ilK',:!. jAVtill .It lit NSTt iff. Administrator. NOTICK TO » UEDITOKS. I . Tin: I'linitAi-K i of kt or Tub Cor !i;.Mo.sT, St.vi m Idaho. in tin* .Matter of the Estate of j H tilth Sinclair Johnston. Deceased. 1 Notice Is hereby given, by the undersigned administratrix of the estate of Hugh Sinclair Johnston, deceased, to the creditors of and ail persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said aduduis :n nx. at her residence, in Wilford, Count v of in -moi,: . State of Idaii >. : sited at St. Anthony. Idaho, this iMh day of ASSESS M E S T N OTICK. < anyon Creek Irrigating <fc Mfg. Co. Teton City. Fremont-Co. Idaho. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held Dee. 8th 1963 an assessment of one dollar per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation pay able now, in cash to the secretary at Teton City, and to be delinquent on jan. 8ih 1904. Any stock upon which this assessment re mains unpaid after Jan 8th 1004, will be delin quent and advertised for sale according to law. Dated Dec. 8th. 1903, FRED SCHWENDIMAN. Sec y, NOTICE OF ESTRAY. North Salem. Dec. 21st, 1903. Notice is hereby given, that there came to my ranch at North Salem, Fremont Co., Idaho, on or about Oct. 15th, 1903, the following described animal: One red heifer about J years old branded B on left ribs..crop of right ear underbit of left ear. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. 11 not claimed within forty days from the date of tiling this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. JAMES P. MORTEN SEN. Filed Dec. 31st. 1903. VICTOR HECSTED. Auditor SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF IDAHO, County of Fremont. j By virtue of au Execution and decree issued out of the Honorable District Court for Fre mont County, in said State, on the 14th day of December 1903 by the clerk thereof, in the case of Spencer Clawson and Company a corpora tion versus W. E. McDonald, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I will proceed to sell for cash to the highest and best bidder at the hour of 10 a. m.. on Friday the 8th day of January A. D. 1994. at Public auction in Fre mont County, in front of the Sheriffs ottice in the village of St. Anthony. Idaho the following described property, to wit: the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the south half of the north east quarter, the north east quarter of the north east quarter, north half of the south east quarter, the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section twenty-six C26). tlie south east quarter of the south east quarter of section twenty-three (*-*3) the south half of the south west quarter, the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section twenty-four (J4) the north west quarter, the west half of the north east quarter, the north half of the south west quarter, the north west quarter of the south east quarter of section twenty-live CÎ5) all in township six (6) north range forty-four t44) East Boise Meridian to gether with all and singular the tenements perediaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining levied on as the property of W. E. McDonald, to satisfy a judgment amounting to $4,879.84 iu favor of Spencer Clawson and Company a Corporation and costs of suit. Given under my hand, this 16th day of Decem ber KW3. Samuel Hakuop, Sheriff. By I. N. Corey. Deputy. First date of publication Dec. 17. ALIAS SUMMONS. John Scowcroft & Sons Company, a Corporation i Plaintiffs. / VS. :• SUMMONS. John Oldham and Charles v Pettit Defendants. The State of Idaho Sends Greeting: To John Oldham and Charles Pettit De defendants. You are hereby summoned to appear before me. at my office'in St. Anthony, in the County of Fremont, on the L*9th day of February 1904, at ten o'clock a. in., in an action brought against you by said plaintiffs to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff. Said action is brought to recover from you tin* sum of One Hundred Twenty-four dollars and 32 cents ( 124.23) together with interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from Sept. 4th, 1900 and for 10 per cent attorneys fees, the same being the balance due from you and each of you upon a certain promissory note executed and delivered by you to plaintiff at Rexburg, Fremont County, Idaho. Sept, 4th. 1900, or judgment will be taken against you for the said amount, together with costs of this suit, if you fail to appear and answer. ' To the Sheriff or an.\ Constable of said County, Greeting: Make legal service and due returns thereof, , , •Given under my hand tt.is Lth day of I seal) December 1903 JOHN DON A LI 'SON, Probate Judge, Hyrum Ricks «St O, P. Soule, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First date of publication Dec. 17 th. fit TREASURER S REPORT. 8t. Anthony. Ida., Dec. 1st. 1908. r. Y. C. Hegsted. Auditor. I have the honor of reporting to you the following Receipts and Disbursements for the month November 1903. receipts. Cash on hand last month.............. $34317» 55 Received on account Z. T. Clay....... 751.03 •* •• state of Idaho 291 60 " *• " Red. tax sales— 273 37 j " Fish and game 28 80 > " " " School dist No. 27 sale bonds...... 9 97» • " Fees................... 2128 40 , 537798 69 DISBURSEMENTS. Paid on account School districts $ 4272 98 *• •• Court orders------------- 953 27» Cash on hand .................................... 32572 46 $37798 69 Respectfully submitted. Lee 8. Burrows, Co. Treas. Arrival and Departure of Mail Both trains take out and brihg in mail. Mail for all points is despatched from the post office on local train No. 53 at - p. in Mail on through train No. 10 leaves me post offices! 8:30 a. m. for all points, xi-ept Mom i i und points uortk of ho Falls in Idaho. .VI whIkh ud dress skirts to lie • • -ed out li r* we t ike inventory at <•0 to $13 -skillet & She 1 or ! ! t Oregon Short Line Anthony Buak-.ti .. connection TIME TABLE K I>. m ST vriONS a. m d m 1 *:15 HIAIKl FILLS . i r .hi . ! :, ...........SI.T-.Aii SITK ' r ™< .....KEY A . |:(5 i TMII..........HKSIIY t VI I .K:«3 LOUENZO nil )7v • . Raw .........TEXAS .. j > ■ .KEXlllHC ;......ws ' a-l.t 1 ■ Ml .... TK I'ON. ..'Ill :irj, ' - :5 ST. ANTHONY . :t;mi it;..'. D. E. Burley, Gen. Pass & Tkt Salt Lake City. Act. D. S. Spencer. Ass t, Gen* Pa; and Tkt.Agt. For further information regarding time and connection with all trains can ■ *ii K. T. Duo Lgt. NOTICE OF ESTRAY, December nth. 1903 , Notice is hereby given that there 'Mine to my ranch a'. Salem. Idaho on or about No,, ist. 191*3 ilic lollow.mrdi atrilred animal: One Itrockled f:nv red cow. with white belly, branded , , n h-a ribs, dehorned. .... ©3N 1 lie owner is requested lo prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. If not claimed within forty da vs from the dale of tiling this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. . PETER ELLIOTT. Filed Dec. lltli 1903. VICTOR II POSTED. Auditor. Farmers Take Notice. If yon bave a team that will lx- idle this winter. Call on the Snake River Lumber Co., and they can give you steady employment. Put your team to work. Don't Forget The 24-Page Holiday Num ber of the Peak. Wi. Lewis, SiSfl ai?d Carriage Painter. ST. ANTHONY. W '!■ E. WH1TLATCH, Notary Public. Con re!/(tnciiu/ an<l Ileal Estate Collcetions. LOANS made on improved Read Estate with partial pay, ment options. MARKET LAKE, IDAHO. W. O. A. Hall tnt; first and third Tuesdays of eaek month. J. G. Lewis, Clerk. E. E. Carey, C. C. I O O. F 17 REMONT LODGE. No. 66, meets every A Friday evening in Woodmen Hall. All Odd Fellows are welcome. L. J Piiatt. N. G. Fhed.W. Rising, Rcc. Sec. L. 1). S. Latter Day Saints hold regular ineet ngs at the opera house every Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock Everybody is cordially invited to attend. & r- mature is on every box of the genuine native Bromo=Quinine Tablets 'J.i remedy that cure* n cold In one dsj WANTED. Loggers, skidder and choppers at once, good timber and close to the mill. Address Stinemates & Fry, Prop's, of Wilson Mill. j > , ! HEALTH •*1 don't think we could keep house without Thedford'a Black Draught. Wc have used it in the family for over two years with the best of results. 1 have not had a doctor in the house for that length of time. It is a doctor in itself and always r»ady to make a person well and happy."—JAMES HALL, Jack sonville, 111. Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains, frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid iiver and weak ened kidneys Mo Doctor is necessary in the homo where Thedford's Black-Draught is kept. Families living in the country, miles from any physi cian, have been kept in health for years with this medicine as their only doctor. Thedford's Black-Draught cures bilious ness, dyspepsia, colds, chilis and fever, bad blood, headaches, diarrhoea, constipation, colic and almost every other ailment because the stomach, boweis liver and kidneys so nearly con trol the health. THEDFORD'S t (T9 Finn____ Vegetable Preparation fir As similaiing the Food anilRegufct - ling Site Stomachs and Bowels of NFAN f sy< H1LDKF.N Promotes Digestion Cheerful ness and Rest.Contains neillier Opium, >lorphine no r Minera 1, Not Narc otic . /J.v/r of fit,: Dr SAMI TL mVUSf! M 'mp/an Seed ~ Mx. Senna. * RoehtiU Salts - Anise Seed e JifiyienruHt - III Cu /h ttittle Seda Mam Seed - Cl wilted Sugar hihtei\/feen Clover: Aperfecl Remedy for Tonslina lion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms ,1 Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Sifinnlure of NEW VOIÎK. EX/5CT COPY OF WRAPPER. For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years DASTORIA TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. I THE RIVERSIDE BAIL I. c LA.'iîllFRT, Prop. I I FISCHER'S BOTTLE and I KEG- BEER. I. W. HARPER Tji%r a « » -i i Main Street, - - St. Anthony, Idaho.[ The ! Palace Cafe. JOE GEORGE, Proprietor. Up-to-Uate Meals at all Hours from 6:30 a. in. to 9:00 p. in. Choice Candies, Nuts apd Fruits. Domestic and Imported Cigars. Regular Meals, 25e. FARMERS, IT IS UP TO YOU. SEE STURDEVANT The C nain Dealer, before you sell your grain. Grain Sacks in Stock. Office and Scales a blocks south of River Bridge, St. Anthony. Ç TH and ONLY TRANSCONTINENTAL LINE PASSI NG THROUGH SALT LAKE CITY. Connections made in Ogden Union Depot with All Trains of The Oregon ort Line Railway. OFFERS CHOICE OF THREE DISTINCT SCENIC ROUTES. Pullman Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars to Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, WITHOUT CHANGE Free Reclining Chair < iirs 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. Take THE BEAK and get the NEWS.