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Fall and Winter Goods
WE RECEIVED LAST WEEK Large fetock of Dry Goods. Large ßtock of Boots and Shoes. Large Stock of Men's Fur Coats. Large Stock of Ladies' Fur Scarfs. Large Stock of Newest Styles in Men's Hats Large Stock of Palmer's Cloaks and Skirts. One Car Load of Garland Stoves and Ranges It will pay you to buy Your Fall Goods Early while the Stock is Complete and get best styles Skalet & Shell. ST. ANTHONY, IDAHO, * I Î^S-45 LOCAL HAPPENINGS. -4» C K »2®=®=®=®^ Dentist, raimuan 's, opens today, stein is visiting alls this week, fe of Geo. Bell 0, a 10 pound in Teton Basin after his farm Harrop "build J. H. McPhersoi Fresh oysters at The duck season Mrs. Ben E. Orn relatives in Idaho I Born.—To the w of Egin, on Sept, girl. Clerk Hegsted is this week looking there. Z. T. Clay and Sam'l are in the Basin this week ing fence. ' ' A daughter was born to the wife of Sam Smith, of Egin, on Sep tember 14. Roy Baker ha|» contributed a pair of twin plum^ to the Burland Liquor house. Born to the wife bine, Wednesday, a ten pound girl. E. D. Morris came Teton Basin yes and winter suppilës Miss Maud Pat view some of the t of W. H. Car September 17th, down from erday after fall in ready-to-wear hats. Mrs. Chas. French was in town from the Burg jhis morning on business at the court house. Fred Sturdevant and Roy Drol linger are in Island Park this week on a fishing and Ifnting trip. O. E. Wilcomj), brother-in-law of Geo. Swartz, is in the city from Montana and will remain a few days visiting. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. W. F. Jamison Thursday, September 22. Judge Donaldson was under the weather a few days the fore part of the week, but is reported able to be out again. H. M. Yager], who has been months in home Tuesday much improved. Ihe "merry-gfi-round" did not leave town with the Dixie carnival company, but remained in St. An thony where t|iey say it is good enough for them. Ü. H. Barber, the new editor and manager If the Chronicle, came up Tuesday afternoon from Salt Lake City to take charge. Mr. Barber was a pleasant cailler yester day at the Peak office. Mrs. T. D. Roberts, of Logan, Utah, has opened a millinery stock in the building next door to the post office. A fine line of capes, jackets and Ladies wear. away for the lasjt quest of health, returned a I ry has now on ; arl> fall designs. Mrs. S. M. Garner, Mgr. rj Levi Strau33&Cc: Copper Riveted Overalls made in our own f&tories where only women and girls are employed. GWc. Ric&i of the Burg was a city Victor this morning. Douglas Hix is over from Rex burg today on probate business. Editor Bramwell of the Current Journal was in town yesterday looking for typos. Lem Steel of Ora moved his fam ily down to this week^to send the his children to school. John Fix of Lyman, was up on a short business trip this week returning on this morning's train. H. L. Cannon, postmaster and merchant of Driggs, was in town yesterday and felt on the morning train for Salt Lake city on a short buisness trip. C. S. Watson is having ä Con crete walk made in front Pf his drug store. This is sttffiething every business house Ul the city should take up. H. B. Adams of Rigby and H. C. Sornson of Lewisville were in the city today in attendance at thfe probate court in the matter of the estate of Rrig. Adams deceased. vVm.Vanderveer and -fonfe, Caleb Jones and wife, and W. W. 'C'urran, left the first of the week for St. Louis, where they will spend a couple of weeks taking in the sights at the Worl's Fair. We were misinformed last wéèk in regard to the death of Miss May Black of La Grande, Oregon, Our informant getting the name confin ed with Miss Grace Black who died at Sugar City about three 'toëdks ago, of typhoid fever. Politics are warming up ''lithe around town, at least betWeéh "Fer tain individuals. A "wàrtn" pol itical fistic combat took plate oü the street in front of the restaurant yesterday, our locdl'tôWnérhan, L. H. Kuhlman, cotdihg off Vîntiër in the first round, free-ä'tid'-eafey go-as-you-pleaSe. The Dixie ' CàïèWkl ' company has gone and'ifte'beets' aré bleitféd of all amtfsëtficnts. Their " ishöws did not aMcrinf to Aery mtildh, "and neither did ' the psftfbnafee''thihieh they received*at''this'^ioint. 'Their shows Acre for 'cfai'dfen änd' the average St.' Auth'ohy boÿ or" girl is too bright 'to' be h'aÀibôôzelëd by such Cheap' 'àmiisëfhènts. T.'WLKàffen, of Maryville was in totori the 1 fdrdpart of the week and informed a Peak news-gatherer that he had just completed drilling a well on his farm. Fine water was struck at a depth of 135 feet which raised 25 teet in the well. Mr. Nesbit is running the well bor ing outfit and since he has struck water on the Marysville hill he will be a very busy man the rest of the fall. T. D. Roberts and son David, arrived in the city Monday, from Logan, and have rented the vacant store room next door to the post office, where they will put in a very fine line of millinery, and ladies' furnishings. Mr. Roberts has been in business in Logan for 20 years, and he has many old acquaintances who used to know j him in Ltah, who will be glad to ! know that he is going into busi ness in St. Anthony. MONEY TO LOAM Low rates öil LÄtuls, Ranches and Canal Stock . Pay back any part any dar and stop interest. Do you fully appreciate the value of this 'privilege? We invest Idaho Utah money only. That signifies sôtetething too. The Salisbury Company, L. M. Earl, Agt. Ross-Hamer Blk St. Anthony, Ida. BUSINESS LOCALS. ASHCRAFT,, the .jeweler. Fresh oystt-Vs at Camman's WANTED.—Butter and Eggs. SEÀLET & SHELL. WANTED :—To trade cheese for pigs and egg's. ROBERTS & HUBBARD, St. Anthony Creamery. Diamond rings to be given at^ay at ASHCRAFT'S. C. C. Sorenson of Lewisville was a caller at this office this morn ing and ordered the Peak for a year. The Nampa Herald has installed a Simple* Typesetting machine the same as the one in the Peak office» Bèft OVUstein spent several days làst wéek riding the range after ■Some fat steers for the Metropolitan Market. The county commissioners met Mdm da y '6'f this week and fixed the ta* léVy fbr'sthftè'and county ipur posès at ! $ 2 . 7Ô. T. 'RbyTan&'tif 'Sprihgville, Utah cal the Up the ''bafly part of week tô'spëhd a fëW days visiting VfthVhréÔttSih, fa'arty j Rojifti nee, â Tarkdr. Yagér fs éf'ectitig'iindertak ihg'Jjarlbfs Oh the lot 'hext to the TfèhWnt Colinty 'Nè\vs office, he 'h'äVrng' pürèhaSed the undertaking büàihêès' bf'the JäMson estate. Ul. 'j.'Gfày, postmaster, informs Us that he has finished his thresh ing, ànd' that his grain turned out uhûStiâlly well, the yield being heavier than he expected owing to the unfavorable season. • C. f C. Moore and H. G. Fuller returned from Squirrel yesterday where they went several days ago to finish their ditches and get the water out on Mr. Fuller's desert land entry to make final proof. A movement is on foot to make St. Anthony a city of the second class. There are many advantages which furnish strong argument in favor of this action and it is hoped the Village Board will lose no time in putting the matter through. St. Anthony has had the nceessary population required to become a city of the second calss for over a year. Geo. Bush, wife and daughter, and a little neice, Joich Adams, returned yesterday from the World's Fair, 'he little neice com ing out on a visit with her uncle. Mr. Bush says the "big fair" is the finest thing he ever saw. They spent six days on the grounds and didn't see half there was to be seen, but tired out and longing for the fresh breeze from the Great Tetons under the shadow of which their farm lays, they concluded to visit their friends in Wisconsin, whom ! Mr. Bush had not seen for twenty I years, and hufry home. Speaking I of politics, Mr. Bush says: "Every 'thing back there is red hot for 'Teddy,' and there is no use talk ing they can't beat him." FARNUM. Our district school will close next week. Mrs Ellen Murri as teacher has given universal satis faction. Mr. FT. Boylan has gone below to work. J. H. Rankin, Jr., has gone to Boise to look around the country a little. We understand that several of our men have invested in a thresh ing machine. It will certainly be a great help to the community. On Friday, Sept. 2nd., a child rens' dance and program was given for the Primary of this ward. The little ones were treated to ice cream and cake, and all seemed to enjoy themselves. In the evening the older people tripped the light fan tastic, SAVERS. Edit- Weather is with Us again. ! Hayiilg is going on nicely and j most of Ihe grain is stacked, the threshers are busy and straw stacks can be seen ali ?tround. The grain is turning OUt good. There are a. few in our vicinity who are boasting over the amount of fish they can catch without a lietbse, and they seem to think that a man who procures a license is a fool. Too bad an example can not be made of some of them which would encourage those who are manly enough to take out a license. The ejerk of the school district has been taking the school census of the district the past two days. School started on the 5th inst. with a very good attendance owing to the fact that the larger ones will not be able to start for a couple of weeks yet as they are helping to gather the crops. It seems as though the "summer complaint" has getten hold of nearly all the babies in the country and some of the older ones. Mrs. Mary A. Boram received word on the 6th wirt., that her mother, who lives at Poplar, was very ill, and she left at once for her bedside. The si* 'months' old baby of Mr. and Mrs. John Cuthbert Jr. died at fottfr o'clock Thursday morning of last Vvëèk of cholera infantum. The Tittle one had suffered for sev tirfi'l weeks with the complaint and had shown marked signes of im provement. About one week before his death he took a relapse and continued to grow gradually worse until Thursday morning when the end came. The funeral was con ducted from the L. D. S. chapel, Friday afternoon,at 1:30 o'clock. John Diltz accidentally broke the traction gearing on his engine Monday and has been moving it with horses while waiting for the extra part to arrive from Salt Lake City. The fire at Idaho Falls Sunday night could be plainly seen here and quite a number went down Monday to view the ruins. Misses Pgarl and Ida Kimball, of Rigby, were calling on friends at Sayers Sunday. This office is in receipt of a sea son ticket to the Idaho Inter-Moun tain Fair at Boise October 17th to 22nd incluisve. C. W. Orton and wife of Fre mont were in town doing some shopping yesterday, and were guests at the Riverside. E. B. Caple, special timber agent, was in town front Blackfoot the forepart of the week looking after "Uncle Sam's" interests and some others. W. W. Wagner of Philadelphia arrived in the city yesterday and proceeded to the Jackson Hole big game hunting grounds, where he will spend several weeks. John Spargo of New York will speak upon the subject of Socialism at the St. Anthony opera house Thursday evening, Sept. 22. Everybody is invited to come out adn hear Mr. Spargo, as he is one of the able speakers of the day. Lost A black morocco pocketbook in St. Anthony or on road to Fogg's mill east of town, containing $15 in gold, a few nickles and visiting card with Mrs. M. J. Fitzpatrick's name on it. Please return to this office or to the home of Jacob Hel ler, father of Mrs. Fitzpatrick, east of town. I Us Talk It Ove IF you are needing; anything; in Calicoes, Percales, Ginghams or Woolen Dress Goods, it would l><< MONEY IN YOUR PURSE to examine our goods and to got our prices. After you have bought elsewhere and paid 525 to 40 per cent more than we charge you, it is too late. No house in Idaho will give you more for the money than KIRK & HOWARD Leaders in Dry Goods, burnishings, Hats, Caps \ ot ; 0 St. Anthony, Idaho. Closing Out Entire Stock Goods sold at a Money-saving Bargain. Do you fall buying early and get the best goods for the lea money. We still have a few Ladies' Tailor-mad Suits on hand and will quote you a few prices ; All $10.50 Suits, now ST 50. All 114.50and $17.00 Suits, now S9 75. All $22.00 and $25.00 Suits, now S 1 5 OO. Ladies' Silk Eaton Jackets way below cost. All 75 and 85c Heavy Fleeced Blankets, now tPOc; All $2.00 and $2.25 Heavy Wool Blankets, S I •><>, Good Comforters, 81 OO. The Best, 81 tfj», 2 Cards Hooks and Eyes, 5c. THE TERNES FURNISHING STORE' ASHCRAFT JEWELRY COMPANY ARE GIVING AWAY $ 150.00 IN PREMIUMS, lO IN NUMBER Ticket With Every Dollar Purchase. The Big Boston Store Will have some rare Bargains to offer in this space next week Watch for particul* ars and give us a call. —' M e are Manufacturing au A 1 Gra A\ hite Pine Lath which we will Gw tee to give Satisfaction. Before yoi your Lath it will pay you to call an vestigate. The price of the Lath is * for Cash and 85.50 on time. Snake River Lumber Office South St. Anthony, near Miller Bros. M e Hell as Cheap as Anybody.