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I I I Going to Start a Slaughter Sale at the ! CASH RACKET STORE. Commencing May 14 . WE are going to sell at COST our entire stock of Hardware. Dishes, Glassware Dry goods, Notions Fishing Tackle, Guns and Sporting Goods. We have the largest and best assortment of these goods in Fremont county and all must go regardless of cost. We also guarantee while these goods last to give our customers more value for their money than they ever got before at any sale. This will be a rare opportunity to beautify and make you? home comfortable from the kitchen to the parlor. Of our 1300 different lines of goods there is not one but what is useful in the home or on the ranch. Remember: This sale is bonefide and everything will be sold regardless of cost. We must make room for new goods. Our loss is your gain. THE CASH RACKET STORE Opposite The Teton Peak Office. 4 Main Street, St. Anthony Hie Teton Peak Official Paper of Fremont County Wood V» PARKER, Publisher THl HSDAY. MAY 1'2, 1004. NOTICK. Ï" Fremont County Teachers: lti ( State Superintendent notifies 'e lliat there will be three sets of mu. filiation questions issued for " eighth (bade Certificates. The Ues will lie as follows: March •U and .",1 ; April 27, 2N and 21) : 1 v 25, 2<i and 27. Teachers y uig classes ready to complete ightli (bade work will please T n, 't promptly the number of l, l'ils expected to write for certifi ées and at which of the three laminations. G RACK M. TAYLOR, County Supt. of Schools. (• Authonv, Idaho. Mar. 14, 414. he North-Western Line Kussia-Japan Atlas. Russo-Japanese War Atlas is been issued by the Chicago & orthwestern R'v. Three fine col <i niaps, each 14x20, bound in mvenient form for reference. The astern situation shown in detail, •th tables showing relative mili l v and naval strength and finan al resources of Russia and Japan, hope mailed to any address on veipt of ten (10) cents in postage, k ■ A. WALKER, Gen. Agt. C. & N. W. Ry., 20(4 South Main St., Satt Lake City, Uatli. 0't'il His Mother ot klieuiiiatisin My mother has lieen a sufferer many rears with rheumatism," W . H. Howard, of Husband, "At times she was unable to v e at all, while at all times laing was painful. I presented with a bottle of Chamberlain's n balm and after a few applica is she decided it was the most nderful pain reliever she had r tried, in fact, she is never bout it now and is at all times to walk. An occasional ap :ation of Pain Balm keeps away pain that she was formerly (bled with." For sale by all POgsts. |has. \\ atson, The St. Anthony gtfist. NOTICK OF ASSKSSMKNT. Wilford, Idaho, May 2, 11)04. Wilford Irrigation and Manu- 1 faeturing Co., L't'd. Notice is hereby given, that at a meeting of the directors held on the 2ôth day of April, 11)04, an assess ment of if 1.20 per share was levied upon the capital stock of the cor poration, $1.00 of same payable in labor to the company's foreman, (). k. Meservy, between May IB and 25, 1904, (otherw ise to be paid in cash), and 20 cents cash to he paid same time. All cash to be paid to the secretary. Any stock upon which this as sessnient remains unpaid upon the 2öth day of May, 1904, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment is made before, to be sold on the 25th day of June, 1904, to pay the delinquent assessment together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. ( ). k. Meservy, Secy. First publication May 5. Good baled hav for sale. SN AkK RIYKR LUMBER CO. The Only Double -Track Railway between the Missouri River and Chicago. The Overland Limited The Most Luxurious Train in the World Compartment and drawing - room sleeping cars, observation cars, din ing cars, buffet-smoking and library cars, with barber, bath and Book lovers Library; entire train electric lighted, through to Chicago without charge. Direct connection (or St Paul and Minneapolis Tickets, reservations, and full In formation can be obtained from C. A. Walker. General Agent. Chicago & North-Western Ry. 206 South Main Street. NW140 Salt Laic* City, Utah. ! I j ! ! ■ ! I Whooping Cough. "lu the spring of 1901 iny chil dren had whooping cough," says Mrs. i). VY. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results. I think this is the best remedy I have ever seen for w hoop ing cough. " This remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens the severity and frequency of coughing spells and comité racts any tendency toward pnuemonia. Forsale by all druggists. !• armors Improve Your Stock. The time lias arrived when to compete with the east in the cattle markets you must raise better stock. We have a limited number of registered Hereford hulls forsale this spring. Service guaranteed. For particulars call on or address, The Highland Improvement Co. Squirrel, Ida. If you want to drink a genuine Bock, try a St. Anthony Bock. PATENTS Guaranteed at Cut Prices We promptly obtain U. S. and foreign Patents, Trade-Marks, Etc. We report free on patentability, immediately on receipt of model, drawing or photo of invention. We return entire attorney's fee if we fail to get patent. Best hank reference. SAY I K P A ( ()., PATKVr I.AWVl-KS Opposite U. S. Patent Office. Washington, D. C. Why Not l"se Good Butter, Butter that is free from impuri ties? Remember your health de pends on the food you eat. The Teton Valley Creamery Butter is guaranteed to be pure. Ask your groceryman for it. Factory at Driggs, Ida. jSeed Wheat for Sale Cheap. Silver chaff seed wheat. A No 1, at H. M. Thornton's warehouse. See T. H. Sturdevant at warehouse or H. M. Thornton at ranch west of town. 1* Oregon Short Line St. Anthony Branch & Connection TIM /; TA n L K u. iu. p. in. STATIONS ;i. m p. Hi UCM' 7:10 IDAHO KALES......1U:H0 7.: 17, .....SUGAR.SPUR ...... ELYA ......lu:ii> t:>5 11:0» 7:50. .. RIO BY .. .,0:5.5 l :Jo 11-Ä1 *:02 LORENZO......0.4H 4:'^ U:H> s;i>s TEXAS ■>.:]: 4.:U 12:10S:22 ...... KEXHURG.......9:23 3:4:! 12:40 kill TETON. 0:11 :i; 2 o 1:00 s;|5 ST. ANTHONY our ;i : «jo D. E. Burley. D. S. Spencer. Gen. Pass a Tlu. Agt. Ass t Geir Pass Salt Lake City. ami Tlu.Agt. For further information regarding time ond connection with all trains call on K. T. Drolling er. Agt. j®- i $2.50 Shoe For style and service always choose A pair of Brown's $2.50 shoes. Dollar for Dollar you'll receive By always purchasing a pair ot these. .50 Never pur chased as stylish, dur able and elegant a *4* *4* *4* Ladies' I 4 . 4 . 4 . Shoe. EOR SALE BY BAKER ff» SONS. You want these Shoes and we want your money. We'll swap right. Come and see us. Ask your Hatter For Sale by Skalet & Shell \\\\\\\\\\ \\\ \ v\ \ N X \ X x*\ Xi.X/' ; i O NSORIAL : - P arlors ; ' W. HOOPS, PROP. ' / Clean easy Shave : : Good Hair Cutting ✓ ^ Bathroom in Connection ' ' / / \ , \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ . \ \ \ N \ \ \ \ v C-v':v>:• l; va* .r.&: C&dSfr.. v&d&rvv • v© -.V -i&y OVERLAND I RYE ! Cures the Blues W AT $ BURLAND'^ I First Class Mixed Paint $1.50 per gallon at Chas. Watson's. The St. Anthony Druggist. If you want a good SUNDAY DINNER, go to the HOTEL RIVERSIDE.