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Selling Out At Cost. OUR ENTIRE' STOVE DEPARTMENT ____ ^---- Stoves, Hot Blasts and Ranges. I WINN FURNITURE COMPANY. 8ß2^BBBflM2flB3nS!SBS2£Hff£72l 'SOK^T'SEsna Down Go Prices. We are just through taking inventory, and finding our stock considerably larger than we expected, we must reduce it. The following prices: Tomatoes 8 cans for String Beans 8 cans for -DC ; l Table Peaches per can O : Apricots n 1 2 I'kg Pioneer Tea D) | I "» Li Tree Tea pk •o 2 1 _• 11> Can Price's B. Powder ■S.~) 5 1 7 E lbs Sugar i oo i Oatmeal peril) ;; i ,q First class hulk Coffee Banner Oats 2 pkg - Union Oats 55 j Grape-nuts per pkg 1 r> / Force pkg ; ; S AH °« r 1-'- NP) c Outing Flannels per vd >* * -C C All our Calicoes go now at 1 ()C jj Great reduction in our Shoe Department. -I »>■> per cent off on all our ladies', gentlemen's and children's Shoes. | 40 per cent off on our entire stock of mens' « and s children's Clothing. 85 per cent off on our stock of Men's Furnh hing J Goods. 1 \ ou are aware that we carry the nost r -te .kite stock in St. Anthony. Everything guaranteed or tour Monet hack. THE HUB. rv 1 1 BUR LAND'S. ■ *i--------------i ^ YOU C AN ALWAYS GET ® THE BEST Wines, Whiskies, Beer and Cigars — AT — BURLAN D'S, See Burland's Handsome Rustic Souvenirs. Murphy & Bartlett. History repeats itself. We intended going to Canada but thought better of it. We are at the old stand again. Will receive our old-time friends and treat them as of yore. Respectfully, C. P. BARTLETT, Mgr, Head The .PEAK and you Get the News THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS 1 ransacted at Their Regular January Meeting. St. Anthony, Idaho, Jan. tin, 1904. On this day as per adjournment of January Hi, 1004, the Honorable Hoard of County Commissioners convened. Present: Geo. A Cordon chairman, and Commissioners k. J. Costlev and Ed. S. Little and Clerk t ictor Hegsted. Mie following proceedings were had, to wit: 1 he application of M. K. Jamison and the Board of Village Trus tces of ,t. Anthony for the revocation of the County Liquor License of Brandon Bros of St. Anthony, Idaho, coming on regularly to he heard tills day Caleb Jones Esq., appearing as counsel for petitioners and King and .Iillsaps appearing as counsel for Brandon Bros., and after hearing a portion of the evidence, the hearing was continued till tomor row at II o'clock a. m. Ordered iliat this hoard do now adjourn till tomorrow morning at 1) o clock. Attest: Victor Hegsted, Clerk. Geo. A. Cordon, Chairman. St. Anthony, Idaho, Jan. 2(1, 11)04. , ° n '•his day, the Board met, all being present, and continued the hearing of the application for the Revocation of the Countv Liquor License of Brandon Bros., of St. Anthony. The hearing was conducted thioughout d )e day: \\ hereupon the Board adjourned till tomorrow morning at 1) o'clock. Attest : Victor Hegsted Clerk. Geo. A. Cordon, Chairman. St. Anhony .Idaho, Jan. 27, 1904. On this day, as per adjournment of yesterday, the Honorable Board of Count) Commissioners convened. All present, when he following pro ceedings were had to wit : The hearing of the application of M. K. Jamison, et al for the revocation of the County Liquor License of Bran don Bros., of St. Anthony coming on from yesterday to be heard, was this day resumed and concluded: Whereupon the evidence closed and litei argument of respective Counsel, the Board took the matter under advisement. Ordered that this board do now adjourn till tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. West: Victor Hegsted, Clerk. Geo. A. Cordon, Chairman. St. Anthony, Idaho, Jan. 28, 1904. On this day, as per adjournment of yesterday the Honorable Board o County Commissioners convened. Present: Geo. A. Cordon, Chair man,Commissioners R. J. Costlev and Ed. S. Little, and Clerk Hegsted. The following proceedings were had to wit: Now on this day, the Board having taken the matter of the application of VI. K. Jamison ■ ui() tile Board of 1 rustees of the V illage of St. Anthony for the Revoca io;i of the County Liquor License of Brandon Bros., under advisement, and having duly considered the same, Commissioner Ed. S. Little mov ed that the application be denied. The vote on the motion stood as fol lows: Commissioner Ed. S. Little and Chairman Cordon voting to deny the application ; Commissioner R. J. Costlev voting to grant the application. The said application was thereupon denied. The application of M. E. Jamison, Chairman, and the Board of rustees of the \ illage of St. Anthony, for the Revocation of tile Coun ty Liquor License of Murphy and McGoogan of St. Anthony, was duly considered, and the Board being fully advised in the premises Commis sioner ltd. S. Little moved that said application he denied. Thereup on the motion stood as follows: Commissioner Ed. S. Little and Chair man Geo. A. Cordon voting to deny the application; Commissioner R. J. Costlev coting to grant the application. The said application was thereupon denied. The application of J. C. Brandon and Thos. J. Brandon Jr, for the Revocation of the Count)' Liquor License of W. H. Borland of St. An thony is hereby denied. The application of j. C. Brandon and Thos. J. Bandon Jr., for the Revocation of the County Liquor License of , D. Brainard of St. An thony is hereby denied. The application of J. C. Bandon Jr., for the Revocation of the Count) Liquor License of J. C. Lambert of St. Anthony is hereby denied. The taxers of the SWQ SVJA of Section 14, NjJ NWQ of .Sec tion 2.!. and the NEE NE Q of Section 22, in Twp. 5 North of Range •'!'.) East B. VI., assessed at $809, for the year 1903, to Vlaria L. Hawley, a widow, are hereby cancelled. It appearing that the assessment of the tax of C. P. Brizzee for the year 1893 on the improvements of Lots 1, 2, and 3 of Section 3, and Lot 4 of Section 2, all in Township 5, North of Range 39 East B. VI. was not a legal tax against the said above described land, the said tax for said year 1893 is hereby cancelled in so far as it relates to the said de scribed land. Petition of Joseph VI. Murphy anil C. P. Bartlett for transfer of County Liquor License, now remaining unexpired, from the firm of Murphy & McGoogan to Petitioners, successors in said business of said Murphy and McGoogan, is hereby denied. It appearing to the Board that, in 189(1, Frederick Peterson was doubly assessed for the NE % of Section 24, in Twp. I North of Range 38 East B. VI. said double assessment is ordered cancelled and stricken from the records. It appearing to the Board that, in 1900 and 1901, the improvements of Thos. J. Campbell, assessed in the name of Levi Sorensen, were wrongfully and doubly assessed, the Board orders that such erroneous assessment is hereby cancelled upon the payment of the sum of $ the same being the total charge against the land of said Campbell. The petition of Charles Shurtliff and VIr. Hunter for change in boundaries §f the "Village of Lewisville" is hereby denied. In the matter of changing the boundaries of School districts Nos. 28, and 36 (now consolidated.) The hoard of County Commissioners having heretofore established said boundaries, namely April 24, 1902, and the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of Idaho, in and for Fremont County, having ordered said boundaries modified and changed ; It is therefore ordered that the boundaries of the said Districts (now consolidated) he and they are hereby changed and established as follows: in conformity with the Judgment of the said District Court. Beginning at a point one half mile East of the Southwest corner of Section 17, in twp. seven(7) North of Range forty (40) East of the Boise Meridian and running thence North one mile ; thence East eleven (11) miles; thence North five (5) miles; thence West about nine (9) miles to the Easterly boundary line of the right of way of the Oregon Short Line Railroad Co. ; thence in a Northerly direction along said Easterly boundary line of said right of way four (4) miles; thence East about twenty five (25) miles; thence South to the North Bank of the North Fork of Snake River; thence in a Southwesterly direction along the North Bank of said River to the place of beginning. Whereas, in in 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896 and 1897, Samuel W. Staver was assessed for the SE SEX, SX SW.X» section 20, and N}4 NE 'J and N NEjq of section 29, in township 4, north of range 89 east of Boise meridian ; and whereas, said Staver, finding that above described I lands, for which he had received U. S. Final Certificate, did not cover, the lands intended to he entered, relinquished said above described ' lands to the United States and, whereas, such taxes are uncollectable, and not a valid, subsisting lien upon the lands hereinbefore described, It is hereby ordered that the said taxes of Samuel W. Staver for said i years he and they are hereby cancelled and ordered striken from the I records. Bills allowed. J. E. Morgan, quarantine, 3 00: Z. T. Clay, expenses, 45 001 Thomas H. Ellis, road work, 23 50 J. T. Workman, overseer, 78 25 allil for 75 00 Official bonds approved. O. C. Ormsby, county physician, Thomas H. Ellis, overseer Eabelle road district. D. J. Whitlatch, " Market Lake road distirct. Upon petition of Samuel W. Stoddard et als. It is hereby ordered that F S. Robbins he appointed overseer of the Spencer mud district, j It 's ordered that all private seals, and all other seals other than ; ;iio-'e used by the Clerk in his official capacity, he excluded from the j office of the Clerk of the District Court and Ex-officio Uiditor and of this Rccoidei and Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners hremont County. Ordered that VIrs. Ethel Collier be allowed $10 00 out of the Cur rent Expense Fund, for her support during the month of Januarv. Ordered that this Board do now adjourn sine die. Attest. Victor Hegsted, Clerk. George A. Cordon, Chairman. St. Anthony, Idaho, Januarv 29, 1904. „ 0,1 this - Sth day of January, 1904, the Honorable Board of County Commissioners convened as a Board of Health. Said Board organized by selecting Geo. A. Cordon as Chairman and Victor Hegsted as Clerk together with Dr. O. C. Ormsby as County Physician. The following proceedings were had, towit: Rules and Regulations Board of Health of Fremont Count)'. Idaho. 1 lie uoaid of health adopted the following rules and regulations for government of all quarantine cases: 1. 1 here shall be displayed at the front entrance of the house tent store building or structure where any patient afflicted with contagious disease is confined, one suitable flag not less than ten inches square, in all case,-, to he displayed in a conspicuous place near the main or otln r entrance as. the attendant oi quarantine officer may direct 2. The premises in which said patient is confined shall be isolated as much as it is possible so to do under the circumstances. No one shall he allowed to enter or come away from said premises (except the attending physician ot physicians) without the written permission of the quarantine officer and lie shall permit only such persons ingress or egress to such infected premises as is actually necessarv under the cir cumstances, which permission shall in all cases be written. • ). All persons who are known to have been exposed to any contag ious disease in such a manner that they mav come down with it, shall lie quarantined for the period of 15 days after such exposure. 4 . Any person who shall tear down a quarantine flag, leave quar antined house, tent, building or any way disobev the quarantine regu lations, is guilty of a misdemeanor under the state laws of Idaho, and is subject to punishment for such offense. 5. Quarantined persons are not allowed to go on the highways or to mingle with other people who are not quarantined in the same build ing with them, or to hold communication of any kind with any one except the physician or attendant without the written permission iff the quarantine officer. (i. I lie duties cf the quarantine physician as site'll do nor e'xteuid to the medical care of the patient, except indigents, hut just to seeing that the proper persons are quarantined and properly disinfected when re leased, and all persons with any contagious disease mav employ him or any physician they may desire. 7. Provisons, groceries, and medicines are not furnished by the county except to persons who are indigents and take the paupers' oath. S. Should any person or persons by and with the written consent of the quarantine officer, enter or come away from said infected premises, they shall thoroughly disinfect hemselves in such manner as shall be prescribed hv the quarantine officer. '.). The patients and attendants shall in all cases he under the direct supervision of the quarantine officer as to what disinfectants to use, and how, when and in what manner the same are to be used, and all persons exposed to such contagion and all premises and effects so exposed shall he thoroughly disinfected, for such persons, property or premises are in any way allowed to come in contact with disinfected persons or prop erty. 10. All bedding, linens, underclothing or clothing worn next to the body shall be disinfected by boiling in one to two thousand bichloride of mercury sol. one hour, and all dwelling rooms, drapery, carpets, curtains and bed clothing not worn next to the body shall be disinfected by the fumes of formaldehyde under the direction of the quarantine officer. 11. An attendant will be sent once or twice a week as the quarantine officer may direct, to look after the wants of the quarantined people whofi duty it will be to take orders for groceries, deliver mail, or con vex y message to the quarantine officer that may be necessary. 12. The quarantine marshal shall have the power and it shall be his , quarantine any person supposed to he suffering with contagious,disease and to hold same under quarantine ti tion is made by the count) physician. 13. Cases of Small-pox shall be fever and diphtheria fourteen days. 14. Dr. O. C. Ormsby is designated Fremont county, Idaho. 15. The County Physician shall have power to close schools, dance halls and churches and to forbid all public gatherings in anv locality where there is any contagious diseases. Ordered that this hoard do now adjourn sine die. \ ictor Hegsted, Clerk. Geo. A. Cordon, Chairman. held twetitv-one as quarantine my an investiga : scarlet ieian for Boarder. Why in creation did you ring the breakfast hell at four o'clock this morning? Cook. The missus heard it thundering and told me to hurry up and serve breakfast before the milk soured.— N. V. Weekly. "Don't hide yoh light under a bushel,'' said Uncle Ehen; "an' at de same time, if yoh was cut out fob a ordinary, useful sulphur match, don't was'e yoh time tryin' to he a calcium.''-Washington Star. HEALTH '*1 don't think wo could keep house without Thedford's Black Draught. We have used it in the family for over two years with the best of results. I havo 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 weil and nappy."—JAMES HALE, Jack sonville, 111._ Because this preat medicine relieves stomach pains, frees the constipated bowels and invigor ates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No Doctor is nwp.ssary in the homo where Thedford'g 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, chills and fever, had blood, headaches, diarrhcea, constipation, colic and almost every other ailment because the stomach, bowels liver and kidneys so nearly con trol the health. THEDFOHD'S 1 3 IJ JpyW i- ' 51 ., A , No. 57<>'4. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST N A TI ( ) N A L BA X K AT ST. ANTHONY, In the State of Idaho at the close of business, Jan. 22. limit. RESOURCES, Loans and discounts ............ Overdrafts, secured and unsecured r. S. Bonds to secure circulation Premiums on U. K Bonds........ Stocks, securities, etc Banking house, furniture and fixtures Due from National Banks < not reserve agent 3). Due from state hanks and hankers Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Speele 116780 00 Legal-tender notes....... 2000 00 Redemption fund with U.iS. Treasur er (5 per cent of circulation) Due from U. S. Treasurer, other than 5 per cent redemption fund 184,252 j 10.86« 2.1.000 i 1.850 i 1.08s i :i. loo ( 10,562 : 4.833 : 04.880 j Total.................... LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus f und ............................ Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid............................ National Bank notes outstanding Due to State Banks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to cheek Time certificates of deposit Cashier s checks outstanding . Bills payable, including certificates of deposit for money borrowed 600 00 $806,101 «I $25,000 00 12.500 or) 4.033 J1 25.000 00 855 «8 551.557 08 14.416 67 2.738 47 £#«.101 81 Total State of Idaho. i County of Fremont. . ss - I. (J. K. Bowermun. cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (i. E. Bowekman, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of January. 1903. W. A Davis. Notary Public. Cor rect— Attest: A. K. Steu NES berg j Collector. —I've brought this oil! to you until it is actually worn out! Editor. Don't let that worry you; 1 11 give you an order for a bottle of ink and a dozen tiens!— Atlanta Constitution.