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Would only bring health to me—says many a man or woman afflicted with stomach troubles, blood disorders, 01 liver complaint. In many cases Dr. Pierce's Golden eum.il Discovery is the good fairy which brings back good health, a strong stomach, pure blood and an active liver. Most diseases begin with some trouble of the digestive ,)r (,aiij or of the liver. Troubles of this nature starve t ie body, because they prevent it from receiving its proper supply of nourishment. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gives a man an appetite and a good digestion. Its great work is upon the stomach, large intestines and liver. These are the organs that nourish a man's body. This medicine makes them strong, vig orous and healthy. It fills the blood with the iiour i ishment that builds new, solid and healthy flesh, muscle and nerves. Will be cheerfully paid in lawful money of the United Stales, by the undersigned, proprietors of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, if they cannot show the original signature of the individual volunteering the testimonial published below, and also of every testi monial among the thousands which they are con stantly publishing attesting the superior curative properties of their several medicines, and thus proving the genuineness and reliability of all the multitude of testimonials volunteered by grateful people, in their behalf. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, Here it ihe experience of only one amon/r ttffmyf ** J ' FALO ' A> Y ' wa I s7•x^twto■X r a^^lmo^ a ^. tr ' il: • , ■■ '' "'V' ' ,y 1 8 P e " s ' a : r ' :01 f ht at . tht> ti,,!e t,iat 1 had heart trouble and " . 1 \ a * In °~7 ' I R 1 die u.u inv ini t -1 to write to I'**. R. V. Pieroe, which I did n I1( i tmthfuffv fv th^ iT y ' ad Y lsl "S ,ne to take his "Golden Medical Discovery.» I took six bottles, and can towrileto Ä ir;tf 1UUe ' i,0r dy3pel '" a advise "» are suffering from \ou have my permission to publish this letter wherever you wish. Thanking you for your kindness, I am, Very gratefully yours, " r ..... T VV "v, À To Dr. R. V. PiEUCK, Buffalo, V. y Tue Discovery" is purely vegetable and contains no alcohol or narcotics Mrs. Lois hooper, Red Bluff, Norris P. O., Mont. a ®, s ' m ^ 0,, " e 's Gammon Sense Hf&dlvaf Advisory containing more G'.'ixi JCt-.T large pages, is son' FirS.EE on rooelpit at! stamps to pay expense of mailing CCI Y, Send 21 one-eart stamps far ilia hook in paper covers, or 31 siatups for the Gloth^isound vtj&ji-tse* Address . Dm Hr Vt PIEÜQEf Huffaic? IS. S'. Quick lay To save many hours' time and more miles, i|j take advantage of this new east-bound j; service via the Union Pacific and Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. 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I ; ive endorse ments from the U . S. Government. Endorsements from 30 of Americas leading colleges. Our language system installed in the U. S. Navel Academy. By special ar rangement with Pres. Foster all who enrol during this visit of the representatives will be entitled to the MOST WONDERFUL DISCOUNT ever offered by the I. C S. and which you can never secure after tomorrow, Friday Call and get a free circular on the course in which you are interested and ask for a free phonograph language lesson. R. T. Petty, Jr, J- E. Hartvigsen, I . BETTY, Asst. Superintendent, P. O. Box 851, Salt Lake City. State Representative. P. O. Box 142, Pocatello, Ida. iT TAKES THE TO MAKE THE AND PAYS THE TO SELL THE LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES, All Kinds of Hot Drinks » sivcuiwimfiw-'J* • PROF. WILL H. CARTER, Teacher—Piano A Organ. Terms Moderate. Address Hotel Riverside. CANYON CREEK ROAD HOUSE WILSON HARRIS Prop. Meals at all hoars dan or ninth. Good beds. Good Stabling. S-S-S-S-8 4U S-4C-S-S . I A. J. W1PPERMAN :■DEALER IN Diamonds, hatches, Jewelry, •i Sit rent-arc. Cat Glass and ! Elegant China Goods. » q Fine Watch Repairing a fy Specialty and Satisfae ff tion Guaranteed ......... fj> IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO Next door to Anderson Pros Block s-, a sy q ~q- $- £ -fc HOTEL RIVERSIDE. On and after Oct. 1st. services will be as follows: Breakfast 7 to 9 a. m. Luncheon 12 noon to 2p.m. Dinner 5 to 7 p.m. Special Sunday Dinner 5 to7. Wii. Lewis, Sign and Carriage Painter. ST. ANTHONY. VV^ M - E. WHITLATCM, Notary Public. Conrcnaneiuif and Real Estate Collections. LOANS made cui improved Real Estate with partial pay, ment options. MARKET LAKE, IDAHO. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Chester Canal and Irrigation Co. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of directors held Jan. •>, 1904, an assessment of 2Ö cents jx - r share was levied upon the capital stock of the company payable now in cash to the secre tary at Chester, and to be delin quent on February 5, 1904. Any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid after Feb. • ), will be delinquent and adver tised for sale according to law. J. E. Hathaway, Sec. Dated Jan. 9, 1904. ALIAS SUMMONS. In The Pit »hate C< >r kt < >k Them* State ok Idaho. croft & Sons 1 Corporation Plainin'; s Sl'MMnN - .John Oldham and ( 'hurle' Pettit Defendants. The State of Idaho Sends Greet inc: To «lohn Oldham and Charles Pettit Do defendants. You are hereby summoned to appear Before me. at my office in St . Anthony, in the Count \ 01 Fremont outlie 29th day of FVi'ruar.\ uni. at ten o'clock a. in., in an action brought against you by said plaintiff' to answer the complaint of the above named plaint in Said action is brought to recover from vou the sum of One Hundred Twenty-four dollars and T-i cents i 124.23) together with interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from Sept, it h, HUH) and for 10 per cent atiorne\s fees, the same being the balance due from von and each of you upon a certain promi>sor\ notemxoeuted and delivered by you to plaint in at K.-xburg. F'remont County, Idaho, sept, itii. 1900. or judgment will be taken against urn lor the said amount, together with costs of thm >tdt. if you fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or an\ Constable of said < 'ounty. Greeting: Make legal service and due returns thereof. Given under my hand tt.is 17th day of I seal) December l9o;i JOHN DONALDSON, Probate Judge. H vit cm Ricks & o. p. Soule. Attorneys for Plaintiff. First date of publication Dee. 17th. O estkay notick Chester. Idaho. Dee. 21. ! SHE Notice is hereby given, that there .Mine l. my ranch at Chester, on or about Nov. •.'«». 1 9a; the following desorbed animals: One red steer coming two year old brandet . • on right hip slit m left ear. One white fa on left ribs •ed yearling 'leer branded left hip. id it m both ears. branded < old. one spotted steer coining two years old J \V on left hip crop of lefi ear. slit in right ear. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. II not claimed within forty day -, from the dale of tiling this notice, the said animals will in* sold according to law. JOHN L. HOWARD Filed Dec. 24. litt«. VICTOR HHGSTKD Clerk "WANTED- Trustworthy lady or •. ' ntlermm to manage business in this u.iM and adjoining territory for lion«., r solid financial standing. *20 00 • i !. . cash salary and expenses paid each Monday direct from headquarters. Expense money advanced: position permanent. Address Manager, 000 Monon Bldg., Chicago. SHERIFFS SALE. STATE OF IDAHO. ) County of Fremont. ) Hy virtue of an Execution and decree issued out of the Honorable District Court for Fre mont County, in said Stuff \ on the Nth day of December 1903 by the clerk thereof, in the case of Siumcer Clawson and Company a corpora tion versus W. E. McDonald, anil to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. 1 will proceed to sell for cash, to the highest and best bidder at the hour of 10 a. m . on Friday the sth day of January A. 1). lint, at Public auction in Fre mont. County, in front of the sheriffs office in the village of Si. Anthony. Idaho tint following described property, to wit: the south east quarter of the northwest quarter, tin* south half of the north east quarter, the north euM quarter of the north east quarter, north half of Lite south east quarter, the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section t went y six UJÖ). the south east quarter of the south cast quarter of section twenty-three crib the south half of the south west quarter, the south west quarter of the south east quarter of section twenty-four (24) the north west quarter, the west half of the north east qiuy ter, the north half of the south west q uurler. tue north west quarter of the south east quarter of section 1 went \-live (20) till in township six pi) north range forty-four <4!i East Hoise 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 |l,s7u.M in favorof Spencer Clawson and Company a Corporation and costs of suit. ( liven under my hand, this lffth day of Decem ber lDt)2. Samuel Hah imp, sheriff. Hy I. N. Cokev. Deputy. First date of publication Dec. 17. ASSK.SSM K N T NOT IC K. Canyon Crook Irrifrutimr «N Ml'ff. Co. Teton City. Fremont Co. Idaho. Notice is hereby Kiven that at a meeting of the board of directors held Dec. sth l.xiff 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 lie delinqueut on Jan 8th 1904. Any stock upon which this assessment re mains unpaid after Jan 8th U.DI. will be delin quent and advertised for sale according to law. Dated Dec. sth. HJQB, FRED SCHWENDIMAN NOTICK OK KSTKAY Jlst. 1903. North Salem De« Notice is hereby Kiven, that the my ranch at North Salem. Fremont Co., Idaho, on or about Oct. lath. 1902, the following described animal: One red heifer about J years old branded H on left ribs, crop of right ear underbit of left Sec y. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said properly away. If not claimed within forty days from the date of filing this notice, the said animal will lie sold according to law. J A M ES « ». MORTE N S EN Filed Dec. fflst. ]»«. vfi'Tor iiEuKTi,'n viwUto» \ U I OR II iff «S i El). Auditor. ** h ■ — NOTICE TO CREDITORS iUSTV In the Matter of the Estate of j Hugh Sinclair Johnston, Deceased. 1 Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned j administratrix of the estate of Hugh Sinclair 1 Johnston, deceased, to the creditors of and ail j persons having claims again't the said the ne cessa r> 1 vouchers, within ten month' after the first j publication of thi' notice to tie* said udminis trutrix, at her resident Fremont. State of I l.»ao Dated at S: Anthouid .ri Dec. closed ï * 1.00 0 of in Wilford. <'ount;> l-th day of . i i ts to be ventory at el! MARKET LAKE. A. A. Adatns returned home Thursday from a business trip to the northwestern part of the state. He also visited the state capital. Mr. Adams reports the snow two feet deep at Meadows, Idaho The leap year ball given at Har woods' hall Friday evening, though not very largely attended, proved to be an enjoyable event. The hall was brightly illuminated and music was furnished by Prof. Han sen, better known as Fiddler Dick, whose execution of his famous mas terpiece, "The Irish Washerwo man," is worthy of comment. Mr. Win. Adams, who has been very low for some days past, was taken to Idaho Falls last evening, where he will receive medical treat ment. He was accompanied by his son, Newton. His many friends here wish for him a speedy recov ery. The Husbands Union, which was organized here last fall, is do ing much good. But one member has violated ordinance 197 which reads "any member found guilty of chopping wood or carrying water shall pay a fine of not less than .fl and not to exceed $•">•' He was arraigned before the regular officers and found guilty, but was able to show sufficient cause for said offence, pleading that his wife was cut visiting a neighbor and he was very hungry, and as there was no food cooked and no wood with which to cook any was compelled to chop some. He was turned loose after promising to he more careful in the future. Market Fake M osqliito. EST RAYS. The following is a list of "es trays'' advertised according to law in the various newspapers in the county. Right Star: One black mare brand, la/.y J on left thigh and also thus 7, age (> weight 900 One bkl mare colt, no brands vis. J. S. McLiman. One spotted 2 year old steer brand ( on right hip, wattle on right jaw hole and swallow fork in both ears. Henry Coles. One brown and white yearling steer brand 7 with on top, on the left shoulder, crop off left ear, underbit on right. E. Ellsworth, Sr. One gray horse 10 years old brand I E on right shoulder. Thos H. Hall, Village Marshal. Fremont County News: One gray horse about I 1 years old, brandi) on left hip, weight 900. W. J. Eavery, Salem. One blk horse 2 year old, white spot ill forehead brand V on left thigh. \V. P. Drake, Vernon. j . I VHVJii OF STOCKHOLDER MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Farmers Friend Cannai Co., Ltd., of Wilford, Ida ho, will be held in Wilford at 1 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, January 12, 1904, for the purpose of electing directors and the transaction of such other business as may legally come before the meeting. J. E. Houghton, Sec. Dated at .St. Anthonv, Idaho, this Dec. 31, 1903. Estray Notice. De< , 1903. H « Notice is hereby given that there came to my ranch at Ora, Fremont county. Idaho, on or about Sept. 1st. 19«. the following described animal: One red cow branded on the left ; side, crop off right ear. slit in left ear. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. If not claimed within forty days from the date of tiling this notice, the said animal will he sold according to law. W. H. Hill. Filed Dec. 7th. 190J. Victor Hegsted. Auditor. ASS ES SM E N T N( ï TI C E. Last Chance ( anal Company. Principal place of business at Parker. Idaho. Notice is hereoy given that. at a meeting of the directors held on Jan Dth. 1904. a cash assessment of fl uoin cash persbare was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation. Said assessment is m»w «lu«* and puvable to the secretary on or before Feb. 9th. 1901. Any "tock upon which .-«aid assessment remains UL p ai „ u ' fte r Feb. 9th. 1904. will be delinquent and advertised for sale and unless payment N made on or before Fen. 29th, 1904 will be sold t«> pay said delinquent usse'srnenl together with costs of advertising and **xperise of sale. A D MILLER. Jr Sec'y. Di. ■ l this It. day of Jan 19>1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In Ti»k Pkobatk Couar of Thk County or Fremont. State of Idah .. of of Iva'. inz be at Dec« a*ed. ) give a. bj .• th un dersigned ' t*Nt i| He ot kirne« J«>hnston. redit ors « »f and a .I per'ori' the said de« •eased, to ! th< * nei '*«_• ".n .• voucher. i **rt he li •xî publ cuiitm of Mid udoii iti'.'!. rat< >r. at his inty « 1 *f Frem ». ik.s 1 ' it state ui day of J-! \dmir li-irator.