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THE TETON PEAK-CHRONICLE
Published by The Peak-Chronicle Publishing Co. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FREMONT COUNTY. THURSDAY NOV. 17. 1904. Entered at the Postoftlce at St. An thony, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Y ear $2 OO Six Months 1 OO Three Months : 30 Advertising Rates on application. TETON PEAK-CHRONICLE. The Teton Peak and the Chroni cle have been consolidated. This announcement will no doubt be a surprise to many, and possibly a disappointment to some. Business reasons have prompted this action, believing that it would be best for the parties most directly concerned, and for the public at large. It costs but little more than half as much more to issue one good paper as it does to produce two passably fair ones. All enterprising pub lishers have a desire to go forward, and to produce a paper that will improve with each issue. Finan cial reasons often prevent this, because a business must necessarily be limited by its income. With the consolidation it is possible to both reduce expenses and increase the income, and a better paper than has ever been published in the county will be the result. The Chronicle was established two years ago. As a small paper it succeeded very well. But when the attempt was made to enlarge and improvg it, it at once became apparent that a large outlay for necessary material was inevitable, and that the business when estab lished firmly, would have been an expense to the investor, because the field would not permit of more than one expensive and thoroughly equipped office. The Teton Peak has the desired equipment, being the best equipped office in eastern Idaho. It has a good thrifty business, and with the energies of the two papers combin ed, the public should reap a benefit. Mr. Parker will be manager of the consolidated papers, while Mr. Barber will be the editor, each having full control of his own department. The public is promised a clean, progressive and aggressive paper, having the interests of the whole people at heart, with neither favors to bestow nor discriminations to inflict, and hopes to become a more potent factor toward the upbuilding of the county than would have been possible with the divided energies of the two. The Peak-Chronicle thanks pat rons for past favors, solicits their continuance, and promises that the public shall reap a large portion of accruing benefits. The three Democrats in the Ida ho legislature are Senator Macbeth of Custer county, Senator Russell of Elmore and Representative Gor by of Elmore. The three members of the last house of representatives who were reelected to the next house are C. C. Moore of Fremont, Denmark Jensen of Oneida and J. Frank Hunt of Bannock. W. L. Douglas, the shoe man, whose picture is seen in nearly every newspaper, was elected gover nor of Massachusetts on the Dem ocratic ticket, although the state went Republican by 100,000 ma jority. __ Capital News: Ingersoll used to say that when Missouri went Re publican he might be convinced there was a hell. Well,- Missouri has gone Republican, and it is Bob's turn to rap up some spirit medium and send an anxious public the latest returns from his present place of abode. If Robert Ingersoll isn't already convinced there is a hell, some one should send him a message. According to the latest figures received the Republican majorities are showing heavy increases. The Globe-Democrat now figures out a plurality for the national ticket of 30, m DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS. No Important Cases Tried—Water Use for Special Term. District court adjourned Tuesday af ter a short session. No important cases came to trial. The Farmers' Progress water case, which will be a long and iedious one, will be tried at a special session. The docket was dis posed of as follows: James C. Nord vs Mary E. Nord; Mill saps & Rich attorneys for plaintiff. Di vorce. granted. Perry Liston vs Sarah J. Liston; O.P. Soule attorney for plaintiff Divorce, granted. Abbie Crabb vs \V. S. Crabb; 1'. Aver itt attorney for plaintiff. Divorce, granted. Samuel Swanner vs Elleanor B. Swanner; J. U. King plaintiff's att'y. Divorce, granted. Jordan Bartagnolle vs Sylvia Bartag nolle; D. Worth Clark attorney for plaintiff. O. IV Soule attorney for de fendant. Submitted to the court with out fury; children temporarily award ed to defendant, at plaintiff's expense. Bertha Bavin vs William Gavin; J. Ed. Smith attorney for plaintiff. Di vorce. granted. Eliza Walz vs Conrad Walz; Douglas Hix attorney for plaintiff. Divorce, granted. Mahala J. Alldredge vs C. W. & M. Co.: Allen Miller. Wallis & French, Holden A- Holden attorneys for plain tiff. Dismissed by agreement. F. W. Ross vs H. M. Thornton: Ham er & McConnell attorneys for plaintiff. Settled out of court. L. II. MeDermot, vs Lewis H Patrie; Hasbrouck & St. Clair attorneys for plaintiff. Settled and dismissed. Pacific Collection Bureau vs Jed Earl, Jerome Ellsworth, and D. S. Clement, J. G. Morgan et al, A. R. Nichols et al: Hasbrouck & St. Glair attorneys for plaintiff. Settled and dismissed as against Earl; judgment for 9847 against Ellsworth and Clement: against Mor gan. stricken from the calendar: at tachment reinstated against Nichols. Farmers' Progress Canal Co., vs Geo. Smith and Robt. Smith; Briggs & Me Cutcheon attorneys for plaintiff. De murrer overruled and twenty days al lowed to answer. Anderson Bros, vs C). H. Olive; D Worth Clark attorney for plaintiff. Holden A Holden. E. M. Holden attor neys for defendant. Motion to strike out denied and thirty days to answer. Jane A. Chase vs Chas E. Chase; Mill saps & Rich attorneys for plaintiff. Submitted on demurrer and taken un der advisement. Margaret M. Caldwell vs Columbus Nickerson et al: Jas. G. Gwinn attor ney for plaintiff. Default of defendants entered. Rexburg Drug Co. et al vs Brigham City M A M Association; O. P. Soule attorney for plaintiff. Default of de fendant entered. Later Bros, it Martha Haywood; C. Jones attorney for plaintiff. Dismissed without prejudice at plaintiff's cost. D. M. Shields vs P. J. Owen; Briggs <t McCutcheon. attorneys for plaintiff. Submitted on demurrer. Phebe J. Armstrong vs Jens. Ander son and Edward Wheeler; F. S. Deitrich attorney for plaintiff. Judgment for plaintiff. Lewis M. Nebeker vs S. G. Marler and John Lee; Douglas Hix attorney for plaintiff. Continued. John L. Adams vs Lovina Cutshaw et al; Millsaps it Rieh attorneys for plain tiff. Decree quietingtitle for plaintiff ordered. Larson vs. Larson. Divorce.granted. Sliultz vs. Thornton, continued. CRIMINAL State of Idaho vs Ezra Chase and Perry Burr; O. P. Soule prosecuting attorney. Dismissed. State of Idaho vs Jesse C. Brandon; King & Millsaps attorneys for defen dant. Dismissed. State of Idaho vs William Colson; F. S. Deitrich attorney for defendant. Plea of not guilty and continued. Public Invited to Sugar Factory. The sugar factory at Sugar city will be thrown open to the public next Saturday from 1 to 4 o'clock p. m. The public is cordially in vited to inspect the factory and view the process of manufacturing sugar from the crude beet to the refined and faultless essence, and all who attend will be amply re paid. The sugar industry is an important factor in the develope nient of the country and should be appreciated. It is drawing near the close of the year and we have a great many accounts standing out since the first of January. We can not do business with our money all on the books, so we ask those who are in arrears on subscription also for job work and advertising to send in the amount of their bill before the loth of December that we may have time to close our books before the New Year. PROBATE NOTICE. In the Probate Court of Fremont County, State of Idaho.— In the Mat ter of the Estate of Abner B. Antes, Deceased. Notice of Hearing of Petition for Pro bate of Will. Notice is hereby given, that Satur day the 3rd day of December, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, and the courtroom of said Court, at the courthouse in the Village of St. An thony. County of Fremont, State of Idaho, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Abner B. Antes, deceased, and for the hearing of the application of E. J. Warner for the issuance to himself of Letters Testamentary thereon. Witness ray hand and the seal of said Court this 10th day of November. A. I). 1904. John Donaldson, [seal] Probate Judge. KSTRAY NOTICE. Nov. 7, 1004. Notice is hereby given, that there came to my ranch at Wilford, Fremont County, Idaho, on or about i\ov. 3rd. 1004. the following described animal: One gray horse, weight about 1300 pounds, about 0 years old, branded on right shoulder. Owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. If not claimed within forty days from the date of fil ing this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. L. C. Rice. Filed Nov. 7, 1004. Victor Heostkd, Auditor. KSTRAY NOTICE Wilford, Nov. 7. 1004. Notice is hereby given, that there came to my ranch at Wilford, Idaho, on'or about October 24, 1004. the fol lowing descr ibed animals: One black NS steer two years old. brande d on left side; one red yearling steer, branded 8 on left hip; one red bull, with white face, bra nded H on left side; one two-year old red steer branded on left side. The owner is requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away. If not claimed within ninety days from the date of filing this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. Geo. Caldwell. Filed Nov. 7, 1904. Victor Hegsted. Auditor. Desert Land, F ini Proof. — Notice lor Publication. TJ. S. Land Office, Blackfoot, Idaho, November 3. 1904. Notice is hereby given that Henry W. Curtis of Blackfoot. Idaho, has filed notice ot inten tion to make proof on his desert land claim No. 2978, for the sw^ sec 2t>. twp 13 It 43 E B M before Register and Receiver at Black foot, Idaho, on Monday, the 19th day of De cember, 1904. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Henry Simmons, Charles C. Simmons, Geo. L. Wail and Frank Wall,all ot Blackfoot, Idaho. _LORENZO R. THOMAS. Register. Ordinance No. 23. An ordiuauce entitled an Ordinance to repeal Section 13 of Ordinance No. 7 of the Ordinances of the Village of Teton City, to provide for the Collection of the Village Sexton's fees, stating what Sex ton's fee shall be, and to whom such fee shall be paid, and pre scribing duties of Village Clerk in relation to same. Be it ordained by the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Vil läge of Teton City, Idaho, that; Sec. 1. That Section 13 Ordi nance No. 7 be and is hereby re pealed. Sec. 2. That any person desir ing to have an interment made in the Teton Cemetery, shall apply to Village Clerk, and shall accompany such application with the sum of Three ($3) Dollars, which sum shall be reserved as a fee for the Village Sexton, which fee shall be his compensation in full for ser vices rendered as sexton, and no permit shall be issued by Village until such fee has been paid. Passed at a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees held Novem-: ber 1, 1904. JAMES SIDDOWAY, Chairman. BEN F. GILLETT, Clerk. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Dewey Canal Company, Ltd. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors of the above named corporation held on the 1st day of November, 1904, an assessment in cash of 91.25 per share was levied on the I apital Stock, payable to the treas urer, C. D. Stevens, at St. Anthonv, Fremont county. Idaho, payable by December 17, 1904. Any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid on the 17th dav of December, 1904, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auc tion, and unless payment is made by January 17, 1905, will be sold to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, to gether with cost of advertising and ex pense of sale. Dated at St. Anthony, Idaho, this 15th day of November, 1904. C. D. Stevens, Sec'y. Office at residence east of sehoolhouse. NOTICE. To who it may concern: I, Ira N. Corey, sheriff elect of Fremont county, Idaho, hereby give notice of my intention, as such sheriff, to make application to the Board of County Commissioners of said County, at their regular Janu ary meeting, 1905, to-wit: at ten o'clock a. m., on the 9th day of Januarj, 190o, or as soon thereaf ter as hearing can be had the ap pointment by said board of such deputy sheriffs and such clerical assistance as the needs of the sher iff's office of said county may re quire for the next two years. Ira N. Corey, Sheriff Elect of Fremont County Idaho. jjAMER & McConnell, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, St. Anthony ... Idaho. J B. JENNINGS, LAWYER, Youinan's Block. St. Anthony, Idaho. M ILLSAPS & RICH ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Practice in State, Laud and United States Courts. Ross-Hamer Block, St. Anthonv. - - - Idaho. Q 1*. SOULE LAWYER County Attorney of Fremont Co. ROSS-HAMER BLOCK St. Anthony - - - Idaho Dr. j. n. McPherson. Dentist. St. Anthony Idaho, W. J. Middleton, Physician Surgeon, Office................Opposite Post Office Building Bell 'Phone No. C6. St. Anthony, Tdahc M ILLER M. HARSHBARGER, M. D. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR. Opposite Post Office. In office nights. 'Phone No. 60. St. Anthony, - - - Idaho. [AMES G. GWINN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, St. Anthony, Idaho D L. BLEVINS, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, St. Anthony. Idaho. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In tlie Probate Court of the County of Fremont. State of Idaho.—In the Matter of the Estate of John Row berry. Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix of the estate of John Rowberry, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix at her residence in Hibbard, County of Fremont, State of Idaho. Dated at St. Anthony, Idaho, this 15th day of October, 1904. Martha A. Rowiierrv, ___________Administratrix. PROBATE NOTICE. In the Probate Court of Fremont Coun ty, State of Idaho.—In the Matter of the Estate of Peter Medwed. De ceased. Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Private Sale. Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of an order of the Probate Court of Fremont County, State of Idaho, made on the 15th day of Novem ber, 1904, in the matter of the estate of Peter Medwed, deceased, the under signed, Mary J. Medwed, will sell at /private sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash or one-half cash and balance on time not exceeding one year, and sub ject to confirmation by said Probate Court on or after the 10th dav of De cember, 1904. at her residence in St. Anthony, Idaho, where sealed bids in writing will be received, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said Peter Medwed at the time of his death, and all the right, title and interest that the said estate has, by operation of law or otherwise acquired, other than or in addition to that of the said Peter Medwed at the time of his death, in and to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in Fremont County, State of Idaho, and bounded and described as follows to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2) in Section Eleven ((11). Township Seven (7) North Range Forty-three (43) East of Boise Meridian, and its appurten ances and improvements thereon. Dated this 15th day of November ****'1- Mary j. Medwed, Administratrix of the Estate of O I' sortir P« 1 « Med *ed. Deceased. U. I . i Ol- LE. Any tor Administratrix. Patents Trade Marks Designs ... Copyrights Ac. qifimUy^isr-ormfn* ouV I iilMni?,n f1 fre^wiiet r her 0 «in Patjiu taken through Uunn A Co reçoive tptcUU notice, without charge, la tho 1 Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated wecklT. dilation of any soient ittc Journal. Terms . ÜYiâ ïïW*' * L S®« Gyail new.doeiVr, MÏIU1Î o n cyan newsdealers. IHUNN aCc^ 6 '^-), New Branch Office. 625 F St* WasMiJtXk D . R Notice for Publication. U. 8. Land Office at Blackf.mL Idaho. October 19,1904. Notice la hereby Riven that the followlng named settler hits filed notice of his Intention to make final proof In support of Ills claim, and that said proot will bo made before Thomas Elliott, U. S. Com,nil» oner, at 8t. Anthony, Idaho, on December 5. 1904. vit,. Charles W. Thompson of t>t. Anthony, Idaho, for the eWswq, seqnwq. swqneq. sec 21, twp 7 N K 42 E. He names tho following witnesses to prove hli continuous residence upon, »na cultiva tion of »aid Und. viz: M. L. Thompson. Charles Thompson. M. J. Thompson and L. 8. Borrows, all of 8t. An thony, Idaho. „ . Lorenzo R. Tbomas. Hcglster. Notice lor Publication Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, October 12, 11104 Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will bo made bo fore John Donaldson. Probate Judge at St. Anthony. Idaho, on November-8th. 11104, 'jasper M. Hammond for the sw* of sec 14, In twp s N K 42 E. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of said land, viz: .... , .. Thomas 1 Allen and Adolph A. Marler, both of Marysville. Idaho; Daniel G. Miller. Jr of Parker. Idaho; M. M. Hammond of St. An thony, Idaho. LORENZO K. THOMAS. Register. Notice tor Publication. U. S. Land Of lice at Blackfoot. Idaho, October 22, 1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that, said proof will be made be fore Thomas Elliott, 17. 8. Commissioner at St. Anthonv, Idaho, on December 8.1904, viz : James W. McKinlav of Teton, Idaho, for the NE Si sec 7, twp 0, N U 41 E. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: George McKinlay, Samuel Henderson, Peter Anderson and Archie McKInlay, all of Teton, Idaho. LOHENZO R. THOMAS. Register. Notice For Publication U. 8. Land Office, Blackf »of. Idaho. October 17,1904 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his In tention to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before Register and Receiver at Blackfoot, Idaho, on November 28, 1904, viz: James H. Cochran for the wS4nwS4, sec 28; e'/*neS4, sec 27, twp 13 N R 39 E. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz ' Chas. Pettys.Wm. McGovern, Fred Schuller and Chas. Set aller, all of Kilgore, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS. Reulster. Timber I,anti. Act June 3. 1873—Con solidated Notice tor Publication. U.S. Land Office. Blackfoot. Idaho. Sept. 24. 1904. Notice is hereby given that incompliance with the provisions of the act of Con gress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, Mark Austin, of Sugar City. County of Fremont, State of Idaho, has this day Hied in this office his sworn statement No. 7i. for tho purchase of the Lots 4 and 7. sec 4; Lots 6, 7, 11 and 12 of sec 5 in Township No. 13 N, Range No. 43 E. B M, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur poses. and to establish his claim to said land before Tbomas Elliott, U.S. Commissioner, at his office at St. Anthony. Idaho, on Monday, the 5th day of December. 1904. Hu names as witnesses: John 11. Crapo, D. H. Crapo and Leon Taylor, all of Parker, Idaho; and Thomas R. Cutler, Jr., of Sugar City, Idaho. AND Thomas R. Cutler. Jr ,of Sugar City, county of Fremont, State of Idaho, has this day Hied iu this office his sworn statement No. 72 for the purchase of the Lot 2, sec 82. twp 14 N R 44 E ; Lots 5 and 6. sec 4; and Lots 1, 5 and 8 of sec 5. twp 13 N R 43 E B M, and will offer procf to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before Thomas Elliott, U.S.Com missioner at ids office at St. Anthony, Idaho, on Monday the 5th day of December. 1904. He names as witnesses: John B. Crapo. D. H. Crapo and Leon Taylor, all of Parker. Idaho; and Mark Austin of Sugar City, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely tlie above described lands are requested to Hie their claims in this office on or before said 5tb day of December, 1904. Lokknzo R. Thomas, Register. Consolidated Notice fop Publication. U.S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho. ... October 8,1904. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlers have Hied notice of their inten tion to make Hnal proofs in support of their claims, and that said proofs will be made before Thomas Elliott. U S Commissioner, at St. Anthony. Idaho,on November 23. 1904, viz: I.» Teton, Fremont county, ii^ 0 / ,he „ Lot «■ SWKNWUsecl; Lot i SEKNEVL Bee 2. twp fl N K 41 Ell M. He names the following witnessea to prove of saîd laiu? U vi^ 8idenCe UP ° n and cultIvution <hL Bar i , f ti ' n- Ç o RlC A®» a T -Rlce and Chas. Shoemaker, all of 8t. Anthony. Idaho. .... —AND— John Newby of Farniim, Fremont county, Idaho, for the HE'< of sec 21, twp 8 N K 43 E. He names the following witnesses to prove o f S s al d* ! a nd' 1 v U S U r *' Up ° n and cultivation vJl e " ry Newby, Robert Newby. James Newby and Iver Hendrickson, all of Farnum, Idaho. LOHENZO H. THOMAS, Register. Yager's, the Undertakers PHONE 15. ST. ANTHONY. Parlors on Main Street. A Complete Line of Caskets and Trimmin A Boaut ifui New Hears Furnished at Keasonable Kates. CASH PAID FOR Grain, Potatoes and Hi Miller Brothers, St. Anthony, Rexburg and Sugar Ci Warehouse and Scales near Depot, seed Rye and Fall Wheat for Sale. Notice lor Publican,,, U. 8. Land Office at Ula.-kf,,,,, I() Notice 1, hereby given tha^timV.F' *»!' named settler has filed notice of k r ? llo *5i tion to make final proof l„ N1 „ " " '"Itn olaim, and thst said proof v»nV p 7 rt 01 hi, before John Donaldson, Probate i' "i«, Anthony, Idaho, on December ' i^' »Mit Samuel A. Jacks n for the ' v b: and wKneM sec 8, twp 8 N H 44 p '* "s sec,. lie names the following witno«.. . his continuous residence upon ana ,!! P rt "t lion of »aid land L vlz: 1 ""dcultl,^ lull U» BUIU inuu, VIA. James Jessen, Lorln Loomis, u,„„, tnd George Saunders, ull of Snulrr i 5 .",'««i LOHENZO K. THOtfAs ,^^' Timber Lund. Act June 3 ,1»7« solidated Notice for Piihli,. atioi| 0n ' Ü. 8. Land Office, Blackfoot. I„ a0(j Notice Is hereby given that In JiJJ.V..!:; i, l/VIVV #< u I- 1 O M J SI 1 III VII 1% L ill . *. . , ] , ^ with the provisions of the net „f r .Munc June 3, 1878, entitled "An set f,I,"* 1 '*'«, timber lands In the States of Oaiif.1. s " ls ' gon, Nevada, and Washington" 'i 1 ' 0 * to all the public land states bv'iu'i «V * 4.1892. Alma O. Hess of Kexbwr- ?. f „ Au Froiiiont utuln nf l/t.il.n t......' *111111 s hiblig(, s Elliott. .|'' t • An - ls t day 0 j ' '' ■*[ Ule*, ■ 1 dabo; I »avid Fremont, state of Idaho, has 1 1, i -~,i. S'lS'D this offleo his sworn statement v -- ! eJI purchase of the K'JSWb, NU'ilitt i" M, I and NE USE 14 see 9, twp 11 N, |; j) j .<• *W| will offer proof to show that the iV, 1 ''W Is more valuable lor Its timber S|JI '"I for agricultural purposes, ami .."'."'.'V Ills claim to said lurnl before Tin,,, U. 8. Commissioner, at his n'fir, thony, Idaho, on Monday, tic November, 11)04. He names as witnesses: [, st, , Idaho; George Porter of St. Am Hans C. Jensen of Salem, | Larsen of Rexburg. Idaho. AND Helena Jensen of Salem, count \ ,,r KtHteof Idaho, has this dav fll.-.l i„ . I'"""* his sworn statement No. 57 f !t .' «* of the N'jSE'4. NEMSWg, S\V.\ *" v|, »-t twp 11 N, It 41 E, and will offer prour'tn s'* U that the land sought Is more vn ,,' ho¥ timber or stone than for agi i, u ip,..., ritl poses, and to establish his claim t,, .J,\f ur ' before Thomas Elliott, U.S la nd at his office at St. Anthony, Idaho «i? 1, day. the 21st day of November, mm ' ,,|on - He names as witnesses: L. steel..,, », Idaho; George Porter of St. Aml„,nv j, Hans C. Jensen of Salem. Idaho-' uÄS Larsen of Rexburg, Idaho. AND UnusC. Jensen of Salem couru- u mont, state of Idaho, has this d«v tilc.l „m office his sworn statement No. ;,s r, „■ u..., h | chase of the WÇ.NIY U of see 8; see5; and NEqNEq of see 7. twnii'x JÏ E. ami will offer proof to show that the l-.nS sought Is more valuable for Its t imbero stone than for agricultural pnrpi.s,-, establish his claim to said land Thomas Elliott, U. S. Commissioner,«!! office at St. Anthony, Idaho, on M,, 21st day of November, 1901. He names as witnesses: L. si....... n (p ir , Idniio! George Porter of St. Amhonv, hffi AlmaC.Hess.ua David Larsen of iiexburj; Any and all persons claiming adu r-iivth. above-described land» are renm-itctoi! their claims in this office on nr betöre,»« 21st day of November, 1904. * LORENZO It. THOMAS. Register, Consolidated Notice lor Publication, U. S. Land Office at Blackfool. Ijsk .. , . October 3 Notice is hereby given that the folio of his mimed settler has tiled noli. I'.ivin;. tention to make final proof in »upp.iru.fiii, claim, and that said proof will he nude Before Thomas Elliott, U. S. Conniiiision« at Ills office at St. Anthonv. Idaho on \V vember 22.1904, viz: Charles E. Ripley of Rea, Fremont connu Idaho, for the nw'fseq. nj.sw, si-.-5 inn'e NR42EBM P ' He names the following witnesses to pro his continuous residence upon and -uitiv t Ion of said land, viz: L. F. Beckheart, Thomas J. Bishop, Hon Ritchey and James Campbol., all of lis Idaho. -AND Charles H. Smith of Kilgore, Idaho, hu filed notice of Intention to make proof c desert-land claim No. 3009. for the un»«t veyed eHnwg. oHiwU. sec ». twp 11 N R siE B M, before Thomas Elliott. I'. 8. Commit sloner, at St. Anthony. Idaho, on Tuesday, the22nd day of November. 1904 He names the following witnesses to provt the complete Irrigation and reclamation oi said land, viz Roy A. Smith. G. F. Shaller, Tlios. Spurlls and Hiram Spurlln, all of Kilgore, Idaho. Lohenzo U. Thomas. Register. Desert Land, Final Proof.— r.insnll dated Notice for Publication V. S. Land Office at Blackfoot. Id November l'. Notice Is hereby given that John T. guson of Driggs, Fremont county. Idaho filed notice of intention to make proof o desert-land claim No. 2982 for the .se#i nH»w!4 sec 29, and ne^se*^ sec 30 twp; 45EBM, before Thomas Elliott l\S.( missioner. at St. Anthony. Idaho, on 1 day. the 20th day of December. 1904. He names the following witnesses to j the complete irrigation and reclumath said land: Henry Berger. Art Buckner. Fritz Ni and David Garliek, all of Driggs. Idaho. —AND— Farmer Fenton for the e4nw**. »'i sec 28, twp 4 N, R 45 E B M. lie names the following witnesses top his continuous residence upon and cui tlon of said land, viz: James Elliott of 8t. Anthony, Idaho: . Bates and M. S. Spencer of Chapin, Id R. Hears ley of Victor, Idaho* LORENZO K. THOMAS. Rcgisl Shoes! When in need of a pair of Sli try a pair from St. Anthony S! Store. H. UDYARD, the Shoe Man Main Street.