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LOCAL HAPPENINGS. J. H. McPherson. Dentist. ASHCRAFT, the jeweler. Free, $250 in prizes at Ashcrafts. Twenty pounds California prunes for $1 at Thompsons. Assessor Clay went down to Archer election day to vote. —Skirt linings 5 cents at THOMP SON'S. An 11 1 _• pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Woodfield, of Twin Groves, on November 7. —Best 16 oz. seeded raisins 10 cts. at THOMPSON'S. Ross J. Comstock, the Rexburg banker, was a business visitor at the county seat last Friday. raisins 8 cents at —Best 8 crown THOMPSON'S The Peak always has a good excuse for being late ; this time it is the election returns. —L. L. Muslin 5 cents at Thomp son's, cash only. Redman Moon came home from the Pocatello Academy to cast his first vote. —New packed Tomatoes 10 cts. a can at Thompsons. M. J. Walter has moved to town and is living in the Peil tesideuce north of town. Silk Soap 4 cents a bar at THOMPSON'S. Tlios. R. Hamer returned the first of the week from 1 a campaign tour of the north part of the state. - Largest stock of dry eoods in town is at THOMPSON'S" FOR SALE.-—A good work team. SKALET & SHELL. ......Silver gloss starch 10 cents at THOMPSON'S. The county seat is still at St. Anthony, and always will be Wrecksburg to the contrary not withstanding. Don't fail to see those French flannel waist patterns at Thomp sons. Dr. Harshbarger left Tuesday afternoon for Salt Lake on import ant medical business. He will re turn the latter part of the week. —rrovo yarns and blankets for sale at Thompsons. Mrs. Redman and Mrs. Simpson of Jackson, came through town Tuesday en route to California, where they will spend the winter. —New goods arriving daily at THOMPSON'S. Beef by the quarter at Andy Stone's meat market only 4j4 cents per pound, cut up if desired. —All the new popular shades in dress goods at THOMPSON'S. The traveling men are rolling in thick since election, showing holi day goods galore. A new and exclusive line of jet and fancy beaded ladies' collars at THOMPSON'S. Once more the city is thronged with outside attorneys who have come in to take part in district court. —Maryland packed String Beaus 10 cts. per can at Thompsons. Judge J. M. Stevens and his sten ographer, C. C. Deitrich, came up Tuesday night to hold court. —The latest designs in wool plaids at THOMPSON'S. Dr. Clark returned from his east ern trip Monday after spending a couple of weeks in visiting his old home and seeing the sights at the big fair. Regular 10 cent cotton sox, - per at is in lieavy ribbed tops, sale price 5 cts. at Thompsons. FOR SALE) :—80 head of Cots wold rams for sale at my ranch at Flano. W. H. GESS. 6-v b ©vi Strauss&Ce. : : Copper Riveted Overalls r\ made in out* own factories where only women and cirG _are employed. J Souvenir spoons at Ashcrafts. - Pure Sugar Stick Candy 10 cts. per pound at Thompsons. Cheapest place to buy Watches at Ashcrafts. Wrecksbergites should not lose sight of the fact that St. Anthony is the county seat of Fremont county, and always will be. —Amoskeag standard check ging hams, 7 ' j cents at THOMPSON'S. Now that the excitement (?) of election is over it is time to buy space for your holiday ads. Be gin in time and let the people know what you have. A good cotton towel, 5 cents at THOMPSON'S. The ladies of the Methodist church gave a dinner election day and were quite handsomely reim bursed for their trouble. L. D. S. garments, approved by the proper authorities, at Thomp sons. W. H. Gibson and family came over from Boise the first of the week to be present and participate in election. They left for the capi tal city yesterday morning. Pavette, Idaho, apples at THOMPSON'S. It is surprising the interest Wrecksburgites took in the "bond" question, and how surprisingly little interest was taken by the townsite company of this city. —New Iowa Sweet Corn 10 cts. per can at Thompsons. The Peak lias nearly double the circulation of any paper in the county. If you want your ads to reach the people put them in the Peak. The finest line of Ladies, Men's Boys and little folks sweaters in Fremont county is at Thompsons. J. ' S. Gilston and wife were guests at the Hotel Riverside Sat urday, having come up from Ed munds to spend the day shopping in the county seat. Twenty lbs Rice for $1 at Thompsons. Ed. Stiuemates, formerly a Ere. mont county boy, but now of Sho shone, was in the city the latter part of last week, having come up to attend to business matters and incidentally to see his best girl up at Squirrel. —Have you seen that $1.50 fleeced lined men's underwear at the Hub for 95 cents? 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, Ida. —New patterns in outing flannel, 5 cents at THOMPSON'S. Notice to teamsters:—All tennis hauling lumber from the Snake River Lumber Co., saw mill at Island Park must have an order issued since the first day of Novem ber, 1904. C. C. BOWERMAN, Manager. —M. Levy,proprietor of the"Big I Boston Store" is having a clearing j out sale. He desires'to dispose of | his stock by January 1. I j j . ! F. W. Ross came up Egin ranch Tuesday to cast his vote. Mr. Ross is a very ardent old line Democrat, and was very _ ,„uch i„ LST'tte mT would;wip, but he says now as a form of conciliation that things I will be all right as tliev are. -Glidden's steel barbed wir* - d '~ C * S- a ' Thompsons. The Saratoga Buffett is the latest addition to the city. It is under the proprietorship of Mr. E. F'rok, who from the looks of things must understand his business. The new restaurant will keep open day and night. Short oiders can be had any time. The largest line of waist sets, belt buckles and tortoise shell hair ornaments at THOMPSON'S. —FOUND: A pocketbook con money and other valuables. ; tamin' 77...... « """ vaiuauics. | Owner can have same by calling on , L. I). Roberts at the Creamery and describing same and paying for ! : this "ad." I \ j,- , , . ! I-A good line standard nriuts m- ; eluding indigo blues, o ceuts at THOMPSON'S. ! MONEY TO LOAN Low rates on Karins) Ranches and Canal Stock. Pay back any part any day and stop interest. Do you fully appreciate the value of this privilege? We invest Idaho Utah money only. 1 hat signifies something too. The Salisbury Companv, L. M. Earl, Ägt. Ross-Hamer Blk. St. Anthony, Ida. suit. —Banner oats 29 cents at THOMP SON'S. Six quart milk pans, three for 25 cts. at Thompsons. Buy your collar and cuff buttons of Aschraft. —All sizes of nails at 4 cts. perl can at Thompsons. —LOST : Ladies' jacket, brown, belongs to a walking Leave at Skalet & .Shell's and re ceive reward. MISS VIOLA BUSBY, Chester, Ida. George Swartz is the proud fath er of a baby girl. Mr. Swartz is so elated over the new comer that he has forgotten to give the papers the date of its arrival. —llie entire stock of the Big Boston store will be sold between now and January,regardless of cost. Everything must go. Postmaster M. J. Gray returned from the Teton Basin the first of the week where he has been for a couple of weeks buying beef cattle. He informed a Peak representative tliat lie had purchased 250 head of very fine bee'f cattle'-vvhich he will ship as soon as cars can be had. Several other cattle men will ship with Mr. Gray and a train load of Fremont county beef will leave here some time next week. A large line of colored velvet ribbons at THOMSPON'S. Shoes! When in need of a pair of try a pair from St. Authonj Store. H. LIDYARD, the Shoe Man on Main Street. Shoes Shoe The Marysville Republican suspended publication. It was a newsy little sheet and the merchants and citizens of Marysville made a serious mistake in not giving the paper the support it deserved, great many people think that if they give a newspaper man 50 cents every two or three years he should not complain about "money." But the expense of a newspaper is be yond the comprehension of the average man. has The Thompson .Mercan tile Company believe in patronizing home indus try and I will give to each baby born in Fremont County, after this date, its first pair of shoes, pro vided it is brought into the store and it's mother makes a pu rchase, no ma t ter how small, Free■ STRAY. yssinia o President Roosevelt ar rived in the New York on the 7th, on the Atlantic transport line steamer Minneapolis from London. One lioness died during the voy STRAY. Bay horse, branded D B on left hind quarter, fistula on right shoul der,owner can have same by prov ing property and paying for board and advertisement. Address E. F. F., Box 575, Pocatello, Idaho. «... , r.wo lionesses, two monkeys, two j ostriches and a zebra, which were | presented by King Menelik of Ab- j age. All the resources of science and the entire range of the pharmaco cover a remedy for the "blues, but if there are any people in this city who are subject to attacks of melancholy, they may proceed to lift Up the . ir voices in a S lad H ° sauna of thankfulness that at last an infallible panacea has been found, a pantamorhpis cure, which never fails to banish dull care, and this sovereign specific is that merry melange of mirth and melody, com iug in all its effulgent complete ness, the bright and diverting farce comedy, "Maloney's Wedding Day," at the opera house, Nov. 16th, is the date set for this laugh ing carnival. WANTED.—Butter and Eggs. SKALET & SHELL. No one seems to know who "Ben Davis" was, or where he lived or died, yet the apple has given pleasure and collar:, to thousands. It came into fat °r with farmers and orchard planters in the Southwest, and the -~rno went along with the tree The Qurli-j is not good, lut it is pretty a good ■ er a id y ' ,:,ro „inker. ' therefore The Christmas Delineator. The December Delineator, with its message of good cheer and help fulness, will be welcomed in every home. The fashion pages are un usually attractive illustrating and describing the very latest modes in a way to make their construction during the busy festive season a pleasure instead of a task and the literary and pictorial features are of rare excellence. A selection of Love Songs from the Wagner Operas, rendered into English by Richard de Gallieune and beauti fully illustrated in colors by J. C. Leyeudecker, occupies a prominent place, and a chapter in the Com nosers' Series, relating the Ro MacGowan Cooke hold the atten ; lion of the children. Many Christ mas suggestions are given in need lework and the Cookery pages are redolent of the Christmas feast. In : addition, there are the regular de ; partments of the magazine, with many special articles on topics re posers' Series, mauce of Wagner and Cosima, is an interesting supplement to the lyrics. A very clever paper entit led "The Court Circles of the Re public," describes some unique phases of Washington social life is from an unnamed contributor, who is said to write from the inner cir cles of society. There are short stories from the pens of F. Hop kinson Smith, Robert Grant, Alice Brown, Mary Sewart Cutting and Elmore Elliott Peake, and such interesting writers as Tulia Ma gruder, L- Frank Baum and Grace lating to woman's interests within and without the home. The big musical farce comedy, "Maloney's Wedding Day," now in its 6th successful season will be the attraction at the opera house on Wednesday, Nov. 16th. Countless thousands have laughed themselves into hysterics at its funny situa tions, ludricrous happenings and the comical actions of famous Dan I Maloney. The skit is one jumble of genuine jokes, fine scenery, beautiful costumes, calcium lights and surprises brought forward without any attempt or excuse. The I piece is totally lacking in anything like a complicated plot, but who cares. It is a premium laughing carnival, an excellent evening's entertainment, a dispeller of the blues and the worries of every day life and has been stamped a success as such. Three crown raisins 12 pounds for $1 at Thompsons. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. N<5 one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents these diseases from resulting in pneumo nia. It also is a certain cure for croup. Whooping cough is not dangerous when this remedy is given. It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. It is also pleasant to take. When all of these facts are taken into consideration it is not surprising that people in foreign lands, as well as at home, esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after havinR once used it- p or sale a p druggists -• Best Utah keg pickels 85 cM Thompsons. ' j ! i i ! The Only Double-Track Railway between the Missouri River and Chicago. The Overland Limited i'h: Most Luxurious Train lath: World Compartment and drawing - room I sleeping cars, observation cars, din ing cars. buffet-smoking and library ! cars, with barber, hath and Book lovers Library; entire train electric j lighted, through to Chicago without I cliang-. Direct connection for j St. Paul and Minneapolis j Tickets, reservat ityr.s. and full In formation can be obtaineJ from C.. A. Walker. General Agent, j Chicago & North Western Ry. 206 South Main Street, >o Salt Lake City, Utah. How to Make Ends Meet is the difficult question that even one is asking. We know that we can help you if you will allow us. N IT IS A POSITIVE FACT /That WE are selling Dry v Goods at lower Prices than any one else in Fremont County. In »some eases there is a dead loss, but we are will, ing to make the sacrifice in order to gain a larger share of your trade. WE ARE SELLINCi A big line of the Best Prints at 5c. A big line of good Outings at 5c. A big line of better Outings at (i 1 -4c. A big line of 10c Flanneletts at <> l-4c. A big line of Children's Underwear at 1 5c and up. A big line of Ladies' Underwear at 85c. A big line of Men's Sanitary Fleeced Underwear at A big line of Men's all-Wool Underwear at 75c. Dress Goods, Hosiery, Uiulerweary Blanket s, < forts, Hats, Caps ami Notions, Always at the Lowest Figures. ! KIRK & HOWARD, ST. ANTHONY, IDAHO. A31OTHER WEEK OF BARGAIN'S AT The Ternes Furnishing Store. The Biggest Sale Ever Held in St. Anthony. Everything must be sold before the Holidays. Watch for our prices every week on goods that we are almost giving away. 5 dozen Fascinators, worth 75c each, now 50 c 6 11 ", " 60c " " 7 " " " 40c " " 25 c Better grades,*marked below cost. Children's Hoods 25c and up. 15 dozen pairs Ladies' and Childrens' double Wool Mittens, 15 and 20 c Golf Gloves, 25 to 60 c Wool and Cotton Hosiery at half price. 2 Cards Hooks and Eyes, for Remember we are leaders in Millinery ond our stock is yet complete. Come in. We know we can suit you in a Hat and at a much lower price than you can buy for elsewhere. Yager's, the. Under takers. PHOfiE 15. ST. ANTHONY. Parlors on Main Street. A Complete Line of Caskets and Trimmings. A Beautiful New Hears Furnished at Reasonable Rates. rS Uhe Man and the Machine Mr. Alexander T. Brown, inventor of the Smith Premier Typewriter, is unquestionably the foremost writing machine expert of the world. Besides, he is a practical and successful business man. He built the first Smith Premier Typewriter not only for handsome and speedy work, but to endure under the severest demands of actual business. The Smith Premier is free from the weaknesses of eccentric, impractical con struction, and to-day embodies the latest demonstrated improvements of this typewriter expert. Mr. Brown, as \ ice-President of this Company, will continue to devote his entire time and inventive genius to maintain the Smith Premier where it now stands as the World's Best Typewriter Send to-day for our little book ex plaining exactly why the Smith Premier 13 best. Smith Sereiniçîr* Typewrit ax* Company Salt Cake City, Milking -u five o'clock in the after noon of oil* day and seven of another is the- sures way to ser notie on the cow th you do not are wh ther she does r host or not. If v„ fail on your . art, she will certain' not work hard to keep up her part .. the bargain. There are still men who thi fattening cattle need no gra 11 ; any man wiii feed nothing llUt c ° to a bunch of steers is ast . Dut. Even wheat straw is better! nothing a.*d alfalfa hry will about a third of the c . 1 . 3ut are "wPEtical" feeder« -O 1 ' a '° use for , 'l'ook-Iear ri r>'