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MARYSVILLE Ami Vicinity. Marysville Department. A. J. WOOD, Local Editor. ^ ------ < The Marysville Drug Store. A Carries a Full Stock of \ Drugs Patent Medicines J Notions and Stationery j At Railroad Prices. 4 Office of Dr. W. E. Youne at the Store 4 ______ STOCKMEN ! INSURE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES For Your CATTLE AND SHEEP By Consigning them to Clay, Robinson & Company Live Stock Commission Chicago Sioux City Kansas City South Omaha So. St. Joseph Denver Let us know what you have and when you expect to ship and we will keep you well informed on the markets. , 000.00 Cash liven Away io Users of LION COFFEE We are going to be mort; liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Z/ion 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 CREAT CONTESTS The first contest will be on the July 4th attendance at tho St . Loin's World's Fair; the second relates to Total Vote For President to bo 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 FM Prisa ef SEJB SLflO contests, and thus your estimates have two — " -----------opportunities of winning a big cash prize. « aga Printed blanks to vote on found In every Lion Coffee Pack age. The a cent stamp covers the expense of our acknowledgment to you that your es= 00 timate is recorded. PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST What will be the total Popular Vote cast for for all candidates combined) at the election November 8,1904? In Five Lion» Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a a cent stamp entitle you (in addition to the reg ular free premiums) to one vote in either contest: M WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST What wfll be the total July 4th attendance at the St. Louis World'« Fair? At Chicago. July 4.1893. the attendance was 283,.73. For nearest correct estimates received In pany's office, Toledo. Ohio, on or before June 30th. 1904. we give first prize for the nearest correct estimate, second prize to tne next nearest, etc., etc., as follows: __ 2 Prize«-*500.00 eaoh ..................LRonon § pme»- 200.00 .............1:888:88 .................. 1 , 000.00 20 00 •• 1111 ! 11 . ;........ 1 . 000.00 lOOO " ..........3.500.00 *0 00 " .....•••• ft nno nfl IO Prizes— 100.00 20 Prizes— 60.00 50 Prize*— 250 Prize«— 1(300 Prlzoa— 2139 PRISES, TOTAL, 9,000.00 * 20 , 000.00 rect estimate, second prize to the next nearest, etc., etc., as follows. 1 First Prize ............................ *?-ÇOO.OO 1 Second Prize ........ • 2 Prizes—*600.00 ezeh 5 Prizes— 200.00 10 Prizes— 100.00 20 Prizes— 60.00 60 Prizes— 20.00 • 260 Prizes— 10.00 tt 1800 Prizes— 6.00 * ...... 1 , 000.00 ........1.000.00 ......... 1 , 000.00 ......... 1 , 000.00 .......... 1 , 000.00 .......... 1 , 000.00 ..........2,600.00 ..........9,000.00 2139 PRIZES, TOTAL, *20,000.00 4279—PRIZES—4279 rtisMiniiaii (a the Pnhiis S 45 . 090 i 00 — in Addition to whioh wo shall flw $ 5)000 S55S Üff. n,g'nUOKiof FK cam, . rut total ol «M00.00. COMPLETE DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE OF LION COFFEE _________, Trtl KTPI WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST DEP'T.) TOLEDO, OHIO. i.ause of Lockjaw. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a bacillus or germ wlicih exists plentifully in street dirt. It is in active so long as exposed to the air but when carried beneath the skin, as in the wounds caused by percus sion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most virulent poison known. These germs may be destroyed and all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the injury is re ceived. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts, bruises and like injuries to heal without maturation and in one-third the time required by the usual treatment. Sold by all druggists. Wanted. Special Representative in this county and adjoining territories, to represent and advertise an old established business house of solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly, with Ex penses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters. Horse and buggy furnished when necessary ; position permanent. Address Blew Bros, and Co., Dept. A. Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111. 9-20-'04 Special sale of sofa pillow tops, pillow ribbons, embroidery silks and linens and embroidery hoops at THOMSPON'S. 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. JED EARL, Buyer. No matter how unimportant you may think your business favors might be to us we shall be pleased to have you deal with us. Commercial Nat'l Bank, The new Nat'l Bank, St. Anthony, Idaho. Local Happenings. G. H. B. Harris was in Marys ville Friday. The city council met Monday and adjourned until next Wednes day. A. D. Miller and Howard Hale were visaing arpund among the voters Friday. Did you see the grand display of millinery at the Barrett-McHend ricks new store? Hou. C. C. Moore, of St. Antho ny expounded the principles of Re publicanism at the Ward hause last night, Nov. 7th, to an atten tive audience. His talk was clean, manly and convincing. J. G. Wood and J. Hendricks went to Parker Saturday returning the same day. On their return they stopped at Vernon and called on Bishop Roy Cuttler. They were shocked Monday to hear of his death. A petition was circulated here Monday asking the city dads to impose a license on all livery and feed stables, and all hotels, lodg ing bouses and restaurants. It will probably be acted upon at their next meeting. Word reached here early Monday morning to the effect thar Bishop Roy Cuttler had passed away after a few days' illness. He took sick on the preceding Tuesday with ; typhoid-pneumonia. He leaves a ! loviug wife and five little ones, also j a father and mother, and a host of people who had become endeared to him by bis good and amiable disnosition. Tested Recipesr SOFT GINGERBREAD—One cupful of sugar, one cupful of New Orleans molasses, one half cupful of butter, one half cupful of lard, three eggs, three cupfuls of sifted flour, one cupful of boiling water iu which two level teaspoonfuls of soda have been dissolved, one tea spoonful of ginger and one tea spoonful of cinnamon. This mix ture is very thin. CHOCOLATE PIE—First line a deep pie pan with rich pie crust, and bake in a quick oven. After your crust is baked, grate one half cupful of chocolate, and put into a pan with one cupful of hot water, butter the size of au egg, one table spoonful of vanilla, one cupful of sugar, the beaten yolks of two eggs, j and two tablespoons of corn starch dissolved in a little water; mix J well, and cook in a double boiler until thick, stirring constantly. Pour into the pie shell, and let cool ; beat the whites of two eggs to a stiff froth, add two tablespoon fuls of powdered sugar, spread on top of pie, and brown in the oven. If prepared correctly it will be thick and firm, like jelly when cool, and will not run when cut. MAPLE FILLING—A delicious maple filling for a layer cake is made with the whites of eggs beat en stiff, with enough grated maple sugar to make it of the proper con sistency. Just before it is spread between the layers add about a tea spoonful of melted butter. Maple frosting for any loaf is made by mixing a gill each of rich cream and grated maple sugar. Cook in a double boiler and thicken as it touches the boiling point with the beaten white of an egg. Spread on cake when it begins to coolr TOMATO SALAD—Take six good-sized tomatoes; skin them whole and cut a hole in the top of each ; fill this with chopped celery and mayonnaise dressing. Arrange each tomato on a leaf of lettuce and serve. This makes a dainty look ing dish for lunch or tea, the green of the lettuce contrasting well with the red of the tomato and the yel low mayonnaise dressing. CHOCOLATE SAUCE FOR ICE CREAM—Grate four table spoonfuls of sweet chocolate into six tablespoonfuls of cream and rub to a smooth paste. Add two cups of lioiling water and cook in a double boiler, stirring steadily for ten minutes after the mixture i begins to boil. Remove from the Mrs. Lundy Loosli presented her liege lord with a very pretty Democratic girl Sunday morning, but Lundy don't get excited like Jim as he is used to these things. This is his—-well we will have to call the roll. The marshal was called out Mon day morning to see what was the matter at Jim Harris'. When he arrived he was quietly informed that it was only Jim celebrating the advent of a young lady's arrival at his home and Jim says she is a Democrat too. Mr. K. Sellars of Idaho Falls ar.d Miss Rachel Arizona Shultz were quietly married by Judge Wood Sunday at the home of the bride's parents, where a few friends had met to witness the ceremony. They left for their home in Idaho Falls Monday, where they will be at home to their friends after Nov ember 10th. The best wishes of their friends here go with them to their new home. A few ladies from Rexburg, Chester and Vernon met with Miss Lucy Harris Saturday night. There was so much laughter and noise that James Harris went over to Justice Wood's to inquire if it was a Republican or Democratic rally, or if there was a bond meet ; ing or a county seat fight on. He ! was informed that" a few of the j "Old Maids" had met. He went home but not to sleep, for tlie next morning his ear was quite red and carried tlie impression of a key hole. fire and, when cold, flavor with vanilla. Just before pouring over the cream beat bard. CHICKEN AND-NUT SALAD —Cut the white meat of a chicken into small pieces, and add to it a half cup of English walnut meat chopped rather coarsely, and a cup of finely cut celery or four or five lettuce leaves torn in shreds. If the latter sprinkle with celery salt, dust lightly with pepper, marinate with just a little vinegar or lemon juice, and add half a cupful of chicken stock or gravy and the same amount of mayonnaise. Toss lightly with a fork. Line a salad bowl—or tlie little individual paper cases—with the white leaves of lettuce, curling each one to form a j cup or nest. Pill these with a [salad mixture and crown each with J a teaspoonful of mayonnaise, -- a JELLIED CHICKEN—Boil a chicken as for soup, putting with it an onion, a few stalks of celery, a bay leaf and several sprigs of parsley. Cook a well crushed knuckle of veal in the same way. Let the soup cool on the bones. When it is cold enough to take the fat from the top, do this, and put back over the fire as much of the soup as you will need for your jel ly, with one tablespoonful of gela tine, which has been soaked in a little cold water, to every quart of the stock. When it comes to a boil, throw in the white and crushed shell of an egg, skim off the scum that rises to the surface, and strain the soup. Season it to taste if the seasoning with which it has been cooked leaves it insipid. A few drops of onion juice, a little celery salt, one tablespoonful of white wine vinegar and twice as much sherry can usually be added to advantage. Wet small molds, and pour a little of the jelly into them. When the jelly begins to form, put into it some of the chicken cut into dice, a slice or two of hard boiled egg in each mold, and a little minced olive. Ijill the mold with jelly, and set the forms aside to be come cold and hard. While east purchasing goods, Mr. Thompson selected the largest line of men's and boy's hats and children's caps and toques ever brought to town. —Andv Stone, proprietor of the Metropolitan Market, makes the announcement that he will sell quarter of beef at the low rate of 4 y 2 cents per pound and cut it up if desired by the purchaser. Strayed. Lost, strayed or stolen from Ar buckle field at Marysville, one brown mare colt, branded HC with half circle above on left shoulder, yearling past. One dark bay mare colt branded HC with half circle above on left shoulder, white stripe In face. A suitable reward will be paid by returning above toj. G. Wood at Marysville. 3tl1-10 A large line of double width goods for ladies' tailor made suits in uew and desirable shades and fabrics at THOMPSON'S. Idaho Apples. A. Stone has a cat load of Idaho apples which will arrive next week. Get prices before / you buy elsewhere. Every box guaranteed full weight with six pounds more to the box than Oregon boxed ap ples. Apples are carefully selected before being boxed and are bought to be absolutely free from insects. —M. J.B. Coffee 3 pounds for $1 at THOMPSON'S. —The Big Boston store pays the highest cash prices for bides, pelts and furs. The Thompson Mercan tile Company are in favor of settling Fremont Coun ty and will give a White Bed Spread'■ io each newly wedded couple who will apply at the store and make a purchase, no mat ter how small. MILLINERY. I wish to announce to the public that I have opened up a millinery store and have in stock a complete line of Fall and Winter hats for ladies and children. My prices are Reasonable and Goods are the Very Best and Latest Styles. Give me a call before buying elsewhere. Next door to the Barrett store, Main St. Mrs. A. Barrett. Marysville, Idaho. —An elegant line of silk waist pat terns at THOMPSON'S. —Gregory's bakery of Idaho Falls, lias established a branch at A. Stone's Metropolitan market, who will have a good line of first class bakery goods and will take orders for anything in the bakery line. 08. 4t I | No matter how unimportant you may think your business favors might be to us we shall be pleased to have you deal with us. Commercial Nat'l Bank, The New Nat'l Bank, St. Anthony, Idaho. The largest lot of shoes. Men's heavy, men's light, men's sporting, men's slippers, cow boy boots, lace boots, boy's boots. Dancing pumps for $1.25. Ladies' low heel, common sense. Ladies' pat ent with French heels, Ladies' fur trimmed slippers, Ladies patent tips, Ladies' turned shoes, and the largest line Boys shoes. Little Gents' shoes, Misses' dress shoes, School shoes, Toe slippers and shoes for little ones at Thompsons. TREASURER'S REPORT. St. Anthony, Ida., Nov 1., '04. Victor Hegsted, Auditor, I have tlie honor of reporting to you the following receipts and dis bursements for the month of Octo ber, 1904 : RECEIPTS. Cash on hand last mo. $50,160.14 Reed on acct Fees 158.45 " " " Fines 17.50 " " " Licenses 4039.40 " " " Red tax sales 710.57 ......Fish & Game '04 179.10 " " " sch dist No 32 2800.00 " " " State of Ida 2768.35 Total $60833.51 DISBURSEMENTS Paid on acct sch dists 4869.89 " " " Court orders 8.25 " " " Ind sch No 2 445.*99 " " " red tax sales 34.70 " " " Fees 66.00 Cash on hand 55408.68 Total $60833.51 Respectfully submitted, LEE S. BORROWS, Treasurer. —The Big Boston store building the most popular and extensive ad vertised business place in the coun ty offered for sale at a ridiculously low price.