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O.oe. Bush of Driggs, came down yesterday to save his taxes going delinquent. We cordially invite all to call at the Peak office and see the new typesetting machine in operation. This is the last day of the year and still there are those who have failed to pay their subscription. The Big Boston store has a new ad in this issue of the Peak. A. L. Mitchell, representing the Salt Lake Tribune is in the city in the interest of that great daily. The Parker Dramatic company gave an entertainment at the opera house on Christmas eve. Owing to main other amusements in the city at the same time the attendance was not very good. Harry Gesas, proprietor of the Hub, has been confined to his room for several days with a severe at tack of rhumatism. Ray McOmber, who has been working at the harness trade at Idaho Falls for the past year re turned to St. Anthony the first of the week, and has accepted a posi tion with the St. Anthony Harness company. J. K. Whitney, the Rexburg liv eryman, was in town this morning settling up with the county asses sor. Walt Woodvine, of the Idaho Collecting Agency at the Burg, was a county seat caller today. The Utah coal strike has been called off, and the governor has released two companies of the Nat ional guards. C. D. Roberts, of Driggs, was in the city the first of the week in the interest of a creamery association that has recently been organized in the Basin. T. F. Rouclie, a leading ranch man of Wilford, returned the first of the week from the Basin, where he has been for several days on business. He says there is more snow at St. Anthony than there in the Basm. S. S. Sadorus, the postmaster at Sarilda, was a Peak visitor Tues day. F. H. Wilkins and wife -of Port land registered at the Riverside Saturday. Mr. Wilkins is selling musical instruments and .will be in the city for several days. A. C. Langley, manager of the Yellowstone Ranch at Squirrel came down Saturday to bring his daughter] to the train who has been here from Salt Lake city on a visit during the holidays. Wm. and Dan Sweeney, whole sale liquor dealers and contractors at the Falls were in the city the first of the week. J. J. Murphy of Pocatello, one of the proprietors of the Brewery saloon of this place, and William Nelson an attorney of Pocatello, recently located there from Butte, were in the city a couple of days this week on business. Mr. Nelson is thinking of locating here. Verily, Dad and Mrs. Youmans are the good Samaritans of these later days. Christmas day they went out into the by-ways and hedges and gathered in "Fess" Fuller and Jim Gwinn and warmed their hearts through their stomachs ; even sat at meat with a (Republi can and a sinner. Electric lights have been install ed in the Boston store on the South side. George Harrigfeld, of Harrigfeld Brothers, ranchers and stock grow ers at Squirrel, was in the city yesterday. M. J. Walter, the Peak foreman, and B. C. Bowers, yestsrday pur chased the Youmans- Holcomb block. The consideration was •15000. Walt Green the head salesman at Skalet & Shell's, returned from Butte Monday where he went to meet Mrs. Green on her return home from an extended visit with friends in Canada. After leaving Butte "Walt" discovered that some one had quietly slipped a Christmas present into his grip and b -» is now trying to figure out who it was, in fact he offers a re ward for the guilty one. Mr. Peterson, the Sand Creek socialist, was a town caller the first of the week. from I ! ; MONEY TO LOAN On Farms, Ranches, Cattle, etc. Ko red tape. Ko delay. Money the day you want It. Pay back any part at any I time and stop interest. Ko third party ! to deal with. All business done at home. tiii: sai.isih m co., . LARI., Agent Koss-Hamer Block, St. Anthony Frank Rose, a barber in Salt Lake city, surrendered himself Tuesday J at police headquarters and confessed to the murder of his wife at 48 West Third South. The corpse of the woman was found and a 2-year-old child that had been in bed with the ilead mother for two days and nights. Rose had told several people that lie had committed the crime but bis story was discredited. Professor Levi Lovering, of the F'ort Hall school, was a St, Aiitho it hi ny visitor over Sunday, the guest ! of William Hague. The Professor i was a Peak caller Monday before leaving tlie city. He says they have 185 Indian boys and girls in the school and can accommodate more. The goverment has made an appropriation of $75,000 for a new building which is to be built at Ross Fork, on the railway. The present site is eight miles from the railroad and the change of location will be of great benefit to the school. Roy Porter who has been run ning a halfway house at the Os born ford in Island Park, came down last week to accept a position on the Orogon Short Line construc tion gang. H. Layman, the wet goods mer chant was up on today's train. G. C. Baker, formerly of this place and a prominent citizen of Fremont county but now a Black foot citizen run in on us just as we were going to press. He is looking well and says the family is all well and pleased with their new home. The Rev. Will Stuart Wilson will preach in the First Presbyter ian church on next Sabbath morn ing, Jan. 3rd, at 11 a. m., from the theme, "The Church And Its Outlook. ' ' In the evening, at 7:30 the theme, "The New Year." Mr. John T. Ferguson ancf Miss Turner, of Victor, were quietly married at the home of Rev. Will Stuart Wilson on Christmas eve. NO. 590 wins the Doll. Bring it to Cammans Candy store. We pay the highest prices for hides and pelts. Why not bring them to the Big Boston store. If any person holding one of the following numbers on the dolls that were in the window at the Winn Furniture store will call at the Cash Racket store and bring their ticket thev will receive their doll.—300, 233, 51, 313, 363, 192, 50, 298, 48. Ladies of St. Katherine's Guild. "Just one girl," born to the wife of Ray McOmber, Tuesday morn ing, Mr. McOmber returning from Idaho Falls just in time for the occasion. To the wife of F. L McQuiton, a girl, Tuesday morning. Secretary of State W. H. Gibson and family arrived on yesterday's train for a short visit with friends. It is possible to pay more for your goods but it is impossible to get the same goods for the money as you get at the Big Boston store. i BURLAND'S. TO ENJOY A MERRY X'MAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR, BUY YOUR Wines, Whiskies, Beer and Cigars — AT — BURLAND'S, See Burland's Handsome Rustic Souvenirs. BU SIN ESS LOCALS. Dr. J. II. McPherson, Dentist. If you owe us, pay up; we are needing the money. The Tkton Peak. Don't forget that your taxes become delinquent on the first Monday in Jan uary. Take your Sunday dinner at the Hotel Riverside. Kew line of ladies waists just received at Thompson's. A fine line of gloves at the St. An thony Harness Co. Elegant line of fancy waistings just in at Thompson's. I have hay to sell, come quick while it is cheap. J. S. RUDD, 3 miles west of St. Anthony. If you are thinking of buying a piano call on Mr. Beesley the musician. He also furnishes music for dances. Drop hi hi a card. St. Anthony. The famous Bishop fur coat for sale on b' at Thompson s. A fine dinner every Sunday at the Riverside for 50 cents. The St. Anthony Harness Co. is clos ing out their gloves at cost. Big invoice of the celebrated Peters shoes in this week at Thompson's. Don't forget the Sunday dinners at the Riverside, 50 cents. Large line of stylish and correct dress goods just received at Thompson's. 28 men's suits that were $7.00 to $10. and $12.00, reduced to $4.50, $0.50 and $7.50 at Skalet & Shell. Very large line of new and stylish ladies Bkirts just in at Thompson's. Brin your prescriptions to me Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist. "Thompson's" has exclusive sale in St. Anthony for the celebrated Ball Band Rubbers. We are giving 20 to 40 per cent dis count on our fine and stylish ladies, misses and children cloaks. Skalet & Shell. Bacon and Ham 16 c a pound at the Metropolitan Market. A. Stone, Prop. All hats now left will be sold at a reduction. Miss Maud Parry, Milliner. Mormon church publications for sale at Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist. Unless a suit of clothes is cut and fitted to the body before it is made up it is sure to look and fit like a hand-me down, no matter to what big city your measure has been sent. Call at J. B. Ripplinger's, he is the Tailor. * Your prescriptions carefully com pounded at Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist. You can get the best 5 cent cigar in town at The Hotel Riverside. The wife of a prominent Salt Lake City business man says the Menan Flour is the best. She used the Menan Floor while at her summer resort at Island Park and bought her winter supply of Menan Flour of Skalet & Shell, and shipped it to Salt Lake City. Watson the optician Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist Just arrived at the High Quality store 50 of the latest Parisian novelties in ladies' coats. Come and pay me your old account. Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist, Everything in school supplies. Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist. Gold Seal Articles are the best. Said exclusively by Skalet & Shell. I will winter yonr horses. Will feed until April 1st. J. S. RUDD, 8 miles west of St. Anthony. Books, stationery and news stand. Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist. Good Calico 5 cents and onting flannel 4 cents at Skalet & Shell. Yeur eyes tested free at Chas. Watson, The St. Anthony Druggist Well Skany Muncher so yon have been blowing yourself for another swell suit. Yes, Gundleson yon knowthe Hign Quality sto'-e have the exclusive agency for Crouse & Brandiges clothing; ent prices for the holidays, / CHRISTMAS GOODS Of Every Description now 0 a Exhibition at the ——---------- Cash Racket Store OPPOSITE TETON PEAK OFFICE. / X X X X XX X X X X X XXX N s \ ; X X X XX x X XXX X XXX \ XX \ * * \ w The Big Boston Store WINTER Offers to the Public 35 to 50 per cent Off on all GOODS. The reason for this is that we want the room for our large new Spring Stock. All Our large line of GOODYEAR Overshoes and Rubbers at Cost. Bargain Sample: Hi£t) Qaalily Store Neuis. \ i XI« 1 a tourna uncX/M The Only Clothing House in St. Anthony Cutting Prices in Every Department. Never in the history of St. Anthony has there been such a phenomenal sale or such values at this season of the year. The great bargains have at tracted the young and old and the store to store shopper has rendered us the Palm every day 'till Xmas will see us ready and alive for the fray. Men's and Boy's Overcoats are all working over- • time in their wish to supply the demand that this cold weather has called forth. Mens Suits and Overcoats that sold for $12.50, now $10. Mens Suits and Overcoats that sold for $15 00, now $11.50. Mens Suits and Overcoats that sold for $20.00, now $14.95. Mens Suits and Overcoats that sold for $25.00, now $18-65. Give the children a chance with Suits and Over coats reduced more than 25 per cent. Many varieties in underwear that sold for $1.25 per garment, now 85 cents. Nobody needs to go without a Shirt with $i ; oo values selling at 45 cents Prices of Gloves, Smoking Jackets, Handker chiefs, Hosiery, Shoes, Sweaters, Hats all reduc ed. We also carry the latest novelties in Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings- 25 per cent off on all Ladies and Childrens Jackets. Remember we are headquarters' for Ladies, Misses and Childrens furnishings. Ask for premium coupons with all cash chases. pur High Quality Store, JAMES HUGHES, Prop. St. Anthony, - Idaho. \ x v . x x \ \ isxe x.n ,v*ssr \ x \ / I If You Want a ^ If First-Class ) ' SHAVE or ' / HAIR CUT, I \ Call at |j I Mack's Barber Shop | d In the basement of the H Ross-Hamer Block. I |f H In connection with the barber p " shop, I do all kinds of Watch, /+ Clock and Jewelry Repairing. it All work strictly guaranteed. I J. W. MACK, Prop. J Quality motto. good, prices right; is our Ashcraft Jewelry Co. I ST. ANTHONY I I HARNESS CO. | I 2 U Manufacturers of y Harness, Saddles&c. \ Pine line of Collars, Bits, % Whips, Sweat Pads, Har- p ness Oil, Wagon Grease. é THE BEST SADDLES IN THE MARKET. % GREAT REDUCTION IN GROCERIES. 7 Cans Tomatoes, 60c. 7 Cans Peas, - 60c. 7 Cans String Beans, 60c. All kinds of Table Fruit per Can, 15c. Sugar, 16 pounds - - - $1 OO i S a V ^ an Canada Sap Maple Syrup, 125 1A p ' -class Table Syrup, 1 OO lO Pounds Navy Beans, . 50c. \ ,, Tapioca, 25c. 4- lbs Sago, 25c 4-Crown Raisins per pound, - 09c. 3 Gallon Keg Pickles, . « g&c. Evaporated Peaches per pound, 09c. Salt Bacon per pound, _ . 09c. 1-3 off on entire stock of Gordon & Fe'rguson Fur Overcoats and the Summit Sheep Skin Lined Coats and the "Banner" Flannel and Silk Waists. THE »ü« HARRY GESAS Proprietor.