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THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 11)04. Entered at the Poetoffice at St. An thony, for transmission through the maile, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION ft AT ES One Year SB OO Six Months : ^ qq Til row Months : ; qq AclvortiHJiici Kate« on application. MARYSVILLE ITEMS. (Marysville Republican.) The? ladies' dance on Monday niglit was well attended. \V. Ö. Dockstader lias been on the sick list for the past few day s. Miss Nell Price lias been so journing at home for the past ten days. D. VV. Chase of St. Anthony visited his sheep camp the middle of the week. The continued hot weather has ripened the grain very fast, and the propects for a heavy yield of grain is good. Mr. Frank Van Sickle, wife and family of Lyman, have been visit ing friends and relatives here for the past week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Merrick of F'arnum, a girl. The event took place on the (>th, inst. All doing well. We are informed that Milton Humphries is building a neat two room house, hut he says it is only lor the chickens. Miss Ailie Weatherman of Poca tello, sister of Mrs. W. A. Barrett has accepted a position in" W. A. Barrett's store. Mrs. W. L. P'uller and daughter of Cripple Creek, - arrived in the village Saturday night to join Mr. Fuller who came here last spring. Born to the wife of Zack Hardy on the 7th inst., a bouncing big baby boy. Mother and child do ing well, and Zack is able to work. Get your guns ready for the duck law will be out on next Thursday. But be sure that you do not kill more than the law allows. Z. Hardy has a broader smile than anyone at present just because lie's dad. The young man arrived on the 7th. Mother and boy are all o. k. Jas. Lamborn lost a valuable horse on Wednesday, lung fever being the cause. Last week F. M. Crouch lost one with the same disease. We are informed that the grist mill on P'ajll river will be ready to run in about two weeks. This will be a great help to people of this section. There are threshing machines running close to town and at the rate the ranchers are pushing work, grain will he out of the way liefore snow flies this vear. W. G. Hutchison will have charge of the Christensen, Cole man & Co.'s threshing machine this season, Mr. Hutchison is an experienced thresher and they have a fine outfit. Alma Hale is making good headway on the new school house, and when complete Marysville will have a school house that will be bard to beat and the trustees have engaged a first class corps of teachers. The railroad companies have granted a one-half fare rate to Lo gan to students who contemplate attending the Agricultural College. Agents in Utah will sell tickets on September 18th, and all other sta tions on September 17tli. Mr. and Mrs.Seward of Chicago, v ho have been rusticating in the mountains for the past two weeks, started home on Sunday. Mr. Se ward is secretary and treasurer of the Chicago & Milwaukee Electric R. R. Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Rosen lof, of St. Anthony, were in town on Monday. All persons kuowiug themselves indebted to the undersigned firm must call and settle as the St. An thony business must be closed by October 1 st. Thompson mercantile co. FARNUM. Mr. and Mrs. Van Sickle, Jr., have returned to their old home after an adsence of more than two years. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar vid Anderson was gladdened by a baby son, Aug. 27th, but the little one was spared to them only nine days, when the all-wise leather took him to Himself. Their many friends feel the deepest sympathy for them in their tjereavement. Mrs. Strong, who has been quite ill is improving. 1'ete and Jimmy Whitmore have returned from Montana. Pete was sick when he came home, but is now recovered and expects to make his home in our midst again. John \ an Sickle has also returned from Montana. When he reached here he was greeted by the sad news that his only sister, living in Ogden, had been killed in an acci dent. We extend our heartfelt sympathy. There is to be a Leap Year dance here Friday night, .Sept. Kith. The young people are anticipating a fine time. Farmers Attention. We wish to notify you that we are buying grain and will ship all along the St. Anthony Branch of the O. S. L.. St. Anthony office at the Snake River Lumber company; grain stored at the Thornton ware house. S. E. Rigby local manager. JÉD EARL, Buyer. Wheat Goes Up. „ Chicage, Sept. 12. — Wheat at two dollarS'a bushel before May 1 st, was the cry raised by the bulls today in the wheat pit. There was an excited demand for wheat, many bidding two cents a bushel over Saturday's close, but there was little for sale. In the minds of the traders Saturday's govern ment report confirmed the worst fears regarding the lamentable loss of the spring wheat crop by rust. Of the winter and spring wheat produced this year, the United States contends that there is barely enough for seed and bread, if every bushel was available, which it is not, and the country must therefore face the necessity of importing wheat until the next harvest. Close cash, $1.13; December, $1. 12 H I : j I \ I Deluded Protectionists. The term reciprocity' has many meanings for many people, and this is the way it strikes Andrew J. Hamilton, a prominent and stur dy Republican of Athol: "Reci procity is a natural or logical off shoot of Protection, and may he so trimmed and trained as to add to the spread and symmetry of the parent tree. To attempt to graft it on a Free-Trade stalk is a violation of common sense and natural law. It is like grafting figs upon thistles. Like sweet hut sticky fly paper are the blandishments of the Free Trade advocates of reciprocity, and it is remarkable how many reputed Protectionists are now fluttering in the honeyed delusion. "This is cer tainly graphic and original if not conclusive. ''—Boston Transcript. NOTICE TO ELECTORS. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, Registrar of Election for St. Anthony Precinct, County and State aforesaid, will, at the office of the C. C. Moore Real Estate Company in said Precinct, County and State, every Saturday from and after the first day of September, 1904, between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a. m. and 5:00 o'colck p .in. of said says, until and including Saturday, November 5, 1904, receive application for regis tration of qualified electors of said Precinct for the general election to be held in said Precinct, County and State on Tuesday, November 8 , 1904. H. G. FULLER, Registrar. H. F. Buttner is well pleased with his business while in St. An thony. Those wishing dental work done can have it by waiting for his return about the middle of Septem ber. S15 WANTED :—A good hustler to install Creamery Separators for the Roberts & Hubbard Creamery at St. Anthony : must be sober and industrious. Reference w anted. work FOR team. SALE.—A good SKALET & SHELL. ' 'iC Sammotli and the Mosq;:!lo . - _ Tt , "sleenÄ# year: taaii. a weakling in comparison to modern man, was able to conquer the huge mon sters of thousands of years ago. such as the Mammoth, and to-day they are de: J forever; yet the mosquito anil fly ha ■ never been conquered. It is now tir.e for the scientist to devise methods for hill ing the mosquito and fly, so that tli-v will ?0 to join the mammoth and the in , . u.r lizards. The mosquitoes and fli gcrous enemies of man because tlicv .»read ! SÄ wUhSn-rwtc en Th»!i' i fly spreads germs of disease over otir food These bacterial germs, ever limiting for tlr- weal: spot, find a place in our blood, and then we suiter from grip, catarrh con sumptionI, or malaria. ! Dr. H. V. Pierce, chief consulting i In-si- ■ eiau to the Invalids' Hotel and Kutgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y.,savs: "There would be no grip epidemics, tile genus of consumption, or malaria would find no place in the human economy, if the blood I were pure, if the lungs, heart and other organs were fed on good blood. Poisons \ should not he allowed to accumulate in the I body; to be safe it is best to take a gentle laxative at least once a week." Such a vegetable laxative as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets contains nothing which could harm the system. • For putting the blood in order, and as a tissue-builder and tonic for those weakened by coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, nothing will build one up quicker than Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This is a med icine made entirely of roots and herbs, without the use of alcohol. Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for paper covered, or 31 stamps for cloth binding, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. V Republican County Convention. Pursuant to tile action ot the Re publican County Central Committee and in accordance thereof, a conven tion will be held at St. Anthony, Idaho, on Friday, Sept. 30, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of nominating the following officers : Senator, four (4) representatives, sheriff, assessor and collector, county attorney', treasurer, probate judge, superintendent of schools, three (3) commissioners, surveyor and coroner. Primaries for the election ot dele gates to said convention and the nomination of precinct officers, will he held in the various precincts 011 Monday, Sept. 19, during the hours of 3 o'clock p. tn., to 6 o'clock p. m. in the country precincts, and from 2 o'clock p. m. to 7 o'clock p; m. in the town precincts. The various precincts are entitled to delegate repn. e itrtion as follows : Arangee 3 Archer . 5 Bates Birch Greek 3 Camas 3 Chapin 4 Driggs 7 Leigh Driggs Dubois 5 Edmunds 7 Fall River 7 Grant 4 Haden 7 Henry î Highland l Howe 4 Independence 14 Island Ward • Kilgore > Labelle * 19 Lewisville Lyman Market Lake Marysville Medicine Lodge Menan Ora Parker Rice Rigby Rexburg Rudy Salem Spencer -s St. Anthony Teton Vernon Wilford Total 254 Notice is also hereby given that there will be a meeting of the County Central Committee at St. Anthony, Sept. 29th, at 7:30 p. in., for the purpose of transacting such business as may be brought before it. John Donaldson, Chairman. H. G. Fuller, Secretary. Have you seen Premium List? ASHCRAFTS' Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for more than twenty years and it has given entire satisfac tion. I have sold a pile of it and can recommend it highly.—Joseph McElhiney, Linton, Iowa. You will find this remedy a good friend when troubled with a cough or cold. It always affords quick relief and is pleasant to take. For sale by all druggists. Insure your houses, barns, etc., with Fuller & Moore. They re present the best companies in the world. .Notice of Sheriffs Sale Under Fore closure of Chattle Mortgage. International Harvester Company of America, vs. K. L. Rice and M. A. Rice. ss. To WHOM IT MAY CON CERN, and particularly K. L. Rice and M. A. Rice: You will please take notice that under and by virtue of an Affidavit of Benjamin L. Rich, an Attorney for the International Harvester Com pany of America, and a notice to roe as such Sheriff directing and commanding me to take into my possession and sell the mortgaged property hereinafter described. Public notice is hereby given that I have this day levied upon and J ■ ! taken into my possession the i toUwmg described personal pro pert y , to-wit: One 'rav Ikk v eicht v -irs old , A , inn i > m ' weighs 1,001) pounds, named Eagle ! One three and one-half (3 ■ 1. lvl wagon gear. a a of : Please take further notice that I will in obedience to said affidavit and notice on Saturday, the 17tli day of September, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. iu front of the Sheriff's office in .St. Anthony, Fre mont County, Idaho, sell the above described property for cash in hand, lawful money of the United States, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said mortgage in debtedness. The amount claimed to be due and unpaid is Seventy Three Dollars and Twenty-Five Cents, principal, interest and At torney Fees, besides costs. Dated this 7tli dav of September, A. D. 1904. SAMUEL HARROP, Sheriff of Fremont County, State of Idaho. By I. N. Corev, Deputy Sheriff. Crops in the Eastern and Central States practically a Failure. Reports show that rains have ruined 80 per cent of crops in many places. These people are leaving there and coming West. Let's do business while they come. Have you seen our new price list and maps showing lands and prices? C. C. Moore Real Estate Co. $ 50 , 000.00 Cash Given Away to Users of LION COFFEE We are going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Ieion Coffee. Not only will the Lion-Heads, cut from the packages, be good, as heretofore, for the valuable premiums we have always given our customers, but In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums the same Lion-Heads will entitle you to estimates in our $ 50 , 000.00 Grand Prize Contests, which will make some of our patrons rich men and women. You can send in as many estimates as desired. There will be TWO CRÉÂT CONTESTS The first contest will tie on the July 4th attendance at the St. TsOtiis World's Fair ; the second relates to Total Vote For President to be cast Nov. 8 , 1904. $ 30 , 000.00 will be distributed in each of these contests, making $ 40 , 000.00 on the two, and, to make it still more interesting, in addition to this amount, we will give a grand F m \ Prase of $5,000.00 contests, and thus your estimates have two -------------------- y taag i a g— g— —— » opportunities of wianingabig cash prize. Five Lion-Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2 cent stamp entitle you (in addition to the reg ular free premiums) to one vote in either contest: Hi WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST What will bo the total July 4th attendance at the St. Louis World's Fair? At Chicago, July 4,1893, the attendance was 283,273. For nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Com pany's office, Toledo, Ohio, on or before June 30th. 1904, we will gi.e first prize for the nearest correct estimate, second prize to the next nearest, etc., etc., as follows: 1 First Prize ............................*2,500.00 Second Prize .......................... 1,000.00 ------ - ............... 1 , 000.00 ............... 1 . 000.00 .............. 1 , 000.00 ............... 1 , 000.00 ...............1,000.00 ...............2,500.00 ...............9,000.00 TOTAL, *20,000.00 2 Prizes -$500.00 each 5 Prizes— 200.00 " 10 Prizes— 100.00 20 Prizes— 50.00 " 50 Prizes— 20.00 250 Prizes— 10.00 1800 Prises— 5.00 2189 P.aia£B, Sttfl Printed blanks to vote on found in every Lion Coffee Pack age. The 2 cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es= timate is recorded. PRESIDENTIAL -VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cast for President (votes for all candidates combined) at the election November H. 1904? tn 1300 election. 13.959.653 people voted for President For nearest cor rect estimates received In Woolson Spice Co.'s, office, Toledo, O., on or before Nov. 5.1904, we will give first prize for the nearest cor rect estimate, second prize to the next nea'est,ete..etc., as follows: 1 First Prlzo ............... d *2,500.00 1 Second Prise .............•*....... 1,000.00 2 Prize«-*500.00 each ................1.000.00 5 Prises— 200 no " 1.000.00 lO Prizes— lOOOO " LSRS'SR 20 Prises— 50.00 " ..................1.000.00 60 Prizes— 20.00 " 1.000-00 250 Prizes— 10.00 2,500.00 1800 Prizes— 5.00 " 9,000.00 2139 PRIZES. TOTAL, *20.000.00 4279 — PRIZES—4279 Distributed to the Public—aggregating $45,000.00—in addition to which wo shall give $5,000 to 6rooers' Clailts (sea particulars in LION COFFEE cases) making a grand totale! $50,000.00. COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEP'T.) TOLEDO, OHIO. If You Want to Reach the People ADVERTISE IN THE PEAK. A. K. Steunenberg, <;. e. Bowernian. ' ent - Cashier. First National Bank \ ( Charter No. 5764. ) J We your banking business and offer you every ^ facility consistent with good business methods. ÿj Money to loan on approved security. Liberal advances made to those wish to purchase cattle or sheep. J Office hours from 9 o clock to 4. 5°®P^ sl! îS**îS* , Œ? ,! œî*»î3E? î: BÎF â!! îS a£ ®î s, ^ïy î:: t^ S! ÎS?n2^ -"CT- ■ ^s '*s is ■XX -KS vs v.sy/ Ho! Everybody Who hits a Buggy or Whirl«' of any kind, g«*t your Tiros lîrsH on on«* of Henderson's Tire Setting Machines. ij Pa teiltet! August 13tli, 1901. Patented March 11 th, 1901. It sets them Cold and does the work in a few minutes time. It keeps the dish of wheels just right. • It does the work perfectly. It is a wonderful improvement over the old method. No more guess work. Tires reset accurately and quickly without any chance of giving too much dish to the wheel or in any way injuring it. Have your tires set by this machine. All Work Guaranteed. JAS. SMITH. St. Anthony.