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A. K. Steunenbcrg, G. E. Buwcrman, |
President. Cashier. First National Bank ( Charter No. 5764. ) n We want your banking business and offer you ever\ r facility consistent with good business methods. Money to loan on approved security. Liberal advances made to those wish to purchase cattle or sheep. 2 Office hours from 9 o clock to 4. S I H250.00 IX PREMI UM V. e carry a Complete Line of Diamonds, Watches, (locks, Cut Class, Silverware, Optical Goods, Wed ding Rings. Set Rings, Kmhlcin Goods, Novelties, Souvenirs, Wateh chains, Charms, Loekets, Brace lets, Neckchains, Beads, Broaehes, Calf and Collar Buttons, Stick Pins, Shirt Studs, Waist Sets, Belt Buckles, Hal Pins, Mantle Ornaments, Sterling Silver Novelties, Thimbles, Etc., Etc. OCR PRICES ARE RIGHT. \\ e also give one chance in the S2.10 Prize Con test with every Dollar Spent with us. ASHCRAFT JEWELRY COMPANY. OVERLAND 3 fß I il ( ) ts; 'XMp 1 II m y kv K/.-l ^ P «I RYE Cures the Blues AT BURLAND'S. : *V. rL w >4 A.-' CtO Anthony e®ii)É Company, ST. ANTHONY, IDAHO Manufacturers and Bottlers of Lager Beer LOUIS BALSER, Solicitor. ('ll AS. ('. HOFFMANN, Brewer. Telephone, 50. P. (). Box, 129. 1 ? er Photography for the AMATEUR at ialf its Former Cost m TR. mericaii \M w **» JA, el AM. a* « i . ith Double late Holier « The famous Foco, BucK*Eye and American Cameras» Genuinely good in every detail. Film or Plates as you choose. Aba butoly new models. ûur facilities enable *Sf \ * us in furnish cameras F of th e highest grade at " P" ? s which cannot jj be met. I Send for illustrated g catMogue telling all our 27 styles and sizes. Free, 4.80 isisisif T*T\ Mi !S|1 fiä 4 ac 5 P OCQ AMERICAN CAMERA MFG. C ( 946 St. Paul 3t., Roche- 'e. M. Y, nuns« rL TWIN GROVES. The water has been out of the canal for four weeks while the new gates are being constructed but up to a few days ago we had a small sTeaui from the Chester canal, but since that supply has been shut off we are pretty dry. There are a few wells iu this neighborhood and aside from that we are trans porting water by various means. We hope the gates will he complet ed soon and the water turned in before freezing time. Mr. Dowdle has been called to Cache valley to see his father who is very ill. We are informed that the old gentleman is just living to see his son, after which he will be ready to cross the line. This part of the county is being opened up much more rapidly than at any other time in the history of its growth. The sub water is showing up iu many places which is an inducement to buyers also to the land owners to cultivate the land more extensively. The beet crop has yielded more abundantly than was anticipated before digging time owing to the cold season, and the beet industry is being looked upon with greater favor than a few months ago. Instead of being dis couraged some of the beet raisers are intending to increase their acre age for another season. Beet raising is sure of great success here in the future. salem" Mrs. Cherry passed away last week, after a long illness of ty phoid fever. The funeral services were held in the Salem meeting house Sunday, Nov. Sth. There was a large crowd present to pay their last respects to the departed one. The farmers in this vicinity are plowing their beet land to get ready for spring. The election all went Republican in .Salem. Ed Pugmire is working for Clem Ward. Wm. L. and A. L. Pugmire have gone to St. Anthony on a two or three days' business trip. The pipe line from the slieer at Parker to the sugar factory bursted last night. Some juice was lost, but they worked all night and fixed it. Jos. H. Pugmire, one of the pioneers of 1847, is 70 years old and he says he is good for 70 more years. He came across the plains with President Saylor and endured many hardships. He arrived in Salt Lake in 1847, and he wants the people to know he is enjoying good health as old as he is. On election day Mr. Decomey's team ran away and broke his fine buggy. j ■ I j I i : j ' I NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Probate Court of the County of Fremont, State of Idaho. Iu the matter of the estate of Gilman F\ Fletcher, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned administratrix of the estate of Gilman F. Fletcher, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, with in ten months after the first publi cation of this notice to the said ad ministratrix at her residence, in St. Anthouy, County of Fremont, State of Idaho. Dated at St. Anthony, Idaho, this 31st day of October, 1904. MARTHA S. FLETCHER. Hamer & McConnell, Attorneys for Administratrix. 4t 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 D1SB URSEM E X TS Paid on acct sch dists 4869.89 ' " " Court orders 8.25 " Ind sch No 2 14.5.99 red tax sales 34.70 _......Fees 66.00 Cash on hand 55408.68 Total $60833.51 Respectfully submitted, LEE S. BORROWS, Treasurer. THE ATTRACTIVE GIRL. Much has been written about "the Amer ica.: H r l " and her reasons for being pre eminently tile most attractive girl iu the world. In bringing up gbl* mothers » au *t be too cart ful to let At-,i • '•'V /, ';involves the whole f * . /M v \ body and manifests \Y: their daughters ue --TK A? 1 veiop all .^jeir nat -\w: ... - a : ; r tirai charms to the , tv e ' utmost. -aT L4's The crucial epoch '••ijv • «.*-• . ; of a woman's life if the change Vom t'VSat maidenhood to f jp womanhood. It v -•' ,v itself in the' nerv ous disposition at this time. X ivoiis or Mck women are afforded the* opportunity of a lifetime, for the* makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now offer ..Dor* rt-jard for women who cannot be cur el. Backed up by over ;i third of a century of remarkable and uniform cures, a record such no other remedy for the diseases and weaknesses peculiar to women ever attained, the proprietors oi Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel fully war ranted in offering to pav S,v\; in legal money of the United Stat-- for any case of Leu- j corrhea. Female W.akness Prolapsus, or! Failing of the Womb, which they cannot ; cure. All they ask F a fair and reasonable j trial of their means of cure. "1 cannot praise your medicine highly enough," writes Mrs. Jennie Hippenhnnier, of j Huit vrtowu, Indiana. " I began taking Dr. ( Pierce's Favorite Prescription and took ;t stead ily for six months. I \v;d not once sick at stom ach. never vomited once. Took the 'Favorite Prescription' three times a clay and when in severe pain took an extra leaspoonful of medi cine which checked the pain. 1 felt pleasant all the time and did not get nervous as I used to. When my baby girl came last August she was healthy. She is now eleven months old. Am thirty-eight years old and never got through so easily in all my life. Why should women suffer when they can get through so easily? I am able to do quite a washing and ironing which I could not do for eight years before." As a tonic for women who are nervous, sleepless, worn-out and run-down, "Fa vorite Prescription" is unequalcd. For constipation, the true, scientific cure is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Mild, harmless, yet sure. No other pill can compare with them. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Salem Union Canal Co., princi pal place of business, Salem, Fre mont County, Ida. NOTICE is hereby given, That at a meeting of the Directors, held on the 18th day of Oct. 1904, an assessment of One dollar ($1.00) per share was levied upon the cap ital stock of the corporation, all of which may be paid in labor, if paid to the Company's Foreman, j Fred Smith, between the 3rd day | of November and the 19th day of November, 1904, otherwise to be paid in cash. All cash to be paid to the secretary. Any stock upon which this assess ment remains unpaid on the 19th day of Nov. 1904, will he delin quent and advertised for sale at public auction. O. H. Anderson, Secretary. Oregon Short Line St. Anthony Branch & Connection TIME TAULE Northward Southward 1 Second First First Second Class Class Class Class , No. 53 No. 51 a. ml p. m. 1-2:30 10-33 10:43 STATIONS IDAHO FA !,LS . LINCOLN . EL VA RIGBY LORENZO TEXAS .REXBURG .....TETON. ST. ANTHONY 52 No :>J a. m p.:m >.3.) 4:40 S: ID 4:30 G 10 :15 i : V> 3:50 :i3 3:38 j 1:37 3:30 1:23 3:10 : 15 « A ) LUO . 2:30 Nos. 53 and 5), mixed, daily except Sunday. D. E. Burley, Gen. Pass & Tkt. Agt. Salt Lake City. D. S. Spencer. Ass t tien- Pass, and Tkt.Agt. For further information regarding ^ time and connection with all trains call on R. T. Drollinger, Agt. j IF YOU WANT A GOOD CLEAN SHAVE OR HAIR CUT, GO TO HOOPS Toijsorial Parlor. Bathroom in Connection. W. W. HOOPS, Prop. Estray Notice. Notice is hereby given, that there came to my ranch at Chester on or about Oct 15 i<hii the following described animal- ' To" wRh'bar abov'e! helfUr ' l ' eh ° rnC!<J Owner is requested to prove property, nav charges, and take the said property away, if n ? «h a wit ^ in ninety days from the date of filing this notiee, the said animal will be sold according to law. Filed Nov. 2, 11)04. GKO ' BUSBY Victor Hegsted, Auditor. THE KEMMERER COAL YARD KEMMEKEB, The Perfect Coal, lias been given First Place among Wyo ming; Coals by the Government of the United States. T. H. STURDEVANT, Manager OFFICE, South St. Anthony. W OULD you like to deal with the Bank that will allow you pay part or all of your loan any time and stop the interest at the time of payment, thereby saving you a deal of interest? if so, try the new National Bank, they will make you best terms. Example: Jones borrows $2,500 for three months (•< | j 1LT cent, interest $75, but one month after borrowing the sum lie dp, ! enough cattle, grain or hogs to pay the note in full or part. Ij e has the $2,500 to take up the note and at that time the inters - ; amounts to only $25. He is allowed to pay it off. The savin-» to him amounts to $50. Now, $50 saved is $50 earned. Would you like to do business with the Bank that allows you this privilege? Is it worth anything to you? Think it over ami see if die system don't appeal to you. We solicit your banking. THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK, The New National Bank. St. Anthony, Idaho, MURPHY & BARTLETT Carries such Brands of Case Goods as OLD CROW, KENTUCKY DEW, in Bond, and & RED TOP EYE, MOUNT VERNON RYE, YELLOWSTONE and HUNTER WHISKEY. We Keep the BEST BRAND OF CIGARS in the City. Give us a Call and be Convinced. S' NOTICE. Capping Parties Call at BURLANDS For your Wines, Whiskies, Beer and Cigars % Domestic b Imported. The Largest Stock in Fremont Gounty. It. Anthony, idahe. i"John C. Fremont" I \ Sour Mash Whisky And Milwaukee Beer, Leads the World. For Sale by 'THF m iv nv "PAP" BRAINARD, ► THF. MAN ON MAIN STREET." RlöGipfEWESiPfl _ " Beeide Line ol the Wo rld." The Direct Through Route to the World's Fair Via Salt Lake City, Colorado Sprigs, Denver, apd tfteiyiajpiJicei)! Scenery oi COLORADO. Stopover« Allowed^ Cheap Hates. Fast Time. For full particulars, call upon or address r i , G- W. FITZGERALD General Agent, 51 E. Broadway, Butte, Montana. 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