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So Soft So Palatable It's a Pleasure to Drink It. W. H. BURLAND, ST. ANTHONY, IDAHO, ASHCRAFT JEWELRY COMPANY Watch Makers, Jewelers and Opticians j* Watch Repairing a Specialty. ST. ANTHONY, At the St. Anthony Drug Store, IDAHO. "Scenic Line of the World," is the Popular Winter Route to the EAST. The scenery through Colorado is beautiful in summer, but winter adds and"*beauty deUr * leDdS * " ew charm and intu ^ * new element of variety If you are going East this winter Tell the Ticket Agent to Route You via the "Rio Grande" And see this wonderful scenery in the winter time. No danser of delays Write for interesting booklet. K elaj _ , G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agent, 51 E. Broadway, Butte, Montana. Yager's, the Undertakers. PHONE 15. ST. ANTHONY. Parlors on Main Street. A Complete Line of Caskets and Trimmings. A Beautiful New Hearse Furnished at Reasonable Rates. - ■ - —I........................ NNNNNNNNNNN NI BURLAND, We Wholesale and R^etail Liquor Dealer BOTTLED GOODS Of All Varieties for the HOLIDAY TRADE. I I MURPHY & BARTLETT | ê Carries such Brands of Case Goods as g OLD CROW, KENTUCKY DEW, in Bond, and j RED TOP RYE, MOUNT VERNON RYE, jg YELLOWSTONE and HUNTER ^ WHISKEY. J We Keep the BEST BRAND OF CIGARS ê in the City. Give us a (.all and ^ be Convinced- g \ ^IR j j I , I Notice of Election in Enterprise Irrigation District. Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of County Commissioners of Fremont County, Idaho, has made an order that the lands and territo ry hereinafter described be organiz ed into an irrigation district, to be known as The Enterprise Irrigation District, and that an election he had and held in said district on February 20, 1905, for ihe purpose of determining whether or not said proposed district shall be organized under the provisions of an act relating to irrigation districts, etc., found at page 150 of the Session Laws of Idaho for 1903, and also for the purpose of electing three qualified persons to serve as the first board of directors of said dis trict in case the same be organized, one of such persons to be chosen from each of the divisions into which said district has been divid ed by said order, viz: The first division to be all that part of said district lying north of the south line of sections 26,27 and '2.3, twp 7 north, range 41 east; the second division to be all that part of said district lvine between the s°uth line of sections 26, 27 and 28, last aforesaid, and the south line of section 4 in twp 6 north, range 41 east; the third division tobe all that part of said district lying south of the south line of section 4 last aforesaid. 1 hat said district be constituted into one election precinct; that officers for said election be and ; they are hereby appointed as fol lows: Registrar, William Neibaur : judges, John R. Allen, Hvrum Leavitt, John Crawley; that the polling place for said election be at the residence of John R. Allen in said district; and that at said elec tion the voters cast written printed ballots containing the fol iowing words: "Irrigation District Yes,'' or "Irrigation District No, as the case may be, and also the names of three qualified persons to compose the first Board of Directors for said district one of whom shall be chosen from each of the divisions of said district herein before established, and that the Clerk of said board give notice of said election as required by law. Such election will be conducted as nearly as practicable as a general state election the polls thereof to be open from 8 o'clock in the forenoon until 7 o'clock in the afternoon. The boundaries of said [proposed district are as follows: All lines running parallel with section lines and commencing at the center of section 15, in twp 7 north, range 41 east, b m, and run ning thence east 4620 feet, south 660 feet, east 660 feet, south 660 660 feet, west 1320 feet, south 660 feet, west 660 feet south 1980 feet, Sf 5 !"!^ feCt ; fecn fCet ' 1820 fCet ' east 1660 teet, south 1320 east 660 i feet, south 1320 feet, east 660 feet, ls0U S ( !™V ee " "'est 660 feet, SOUtll ()t)U teet, west 1820 feet. south 660 feet, west 660 feet, south ' " a--- - * south 660 feet, west 660 feet, south 1320 feet, west 660 feet, south 1960 feet, east 660 feet, south 660 feet, west 660 feet, south 660 feet, 060 feet, south 660 feet, west 6(50 feet, south 660 feet, west 1320 feet, south (560 feet west 1320 feet, south 1320 feet, east 1320 feet, south 5940 feet, west 5280 feet, south (itiO "tien I , , ., }0n , . : feet, west 1320 fee , nor• h hhO feet, west 6.0 feet, northi 660 teet, west 1980 feet, south 1930 feet, west 2640 feet, south 660 feet, west 1320 feet, south 660 feet, west 1320 feet, south 1320 feet, west 1320 feet.to the S\V cor. of XW'j of section 18 in twp 6 north, range 41 east. Boise Meridian : thence north 1320 feet, east (560 feet, north 1320 feet, east 660 feet north 1320 feet,east (560 feet north 1320 feet, east 1320 feet,north 3960 feet, east 660 feet, north 660 teet, east 1320 feet, north (560 feet, east 5280 feet, north 1320 feet, west 660 feet, north 2640 feet, east (5(50 feet, north 660 feet, east (560 feet, north 1980 feet, west 660 feet, north 660 feet, east 660 feet, north 6(50 feet, east 660 feet, north 660 feet, east (5(50 feet, north 660 feet, east 330 feet, north 1320 feet, east 330 feet, north 1980 feet, east 6(50 feet, north 660 feet east 1320 feet, north 660 feet, east 660 feet, north 1980 feet, to the north-west corner of section 27, twp 7 north, range 41 east, b. m., thence east (560 feet, north 2640 feet, west 330 feet, north 1320 feet, west 330 feet, north 1320 feet, east 660 feet, north 1320 feet, east 660 feet, north 660 feet, east 1320 feet, north 660 feet, to the place of beginning, it being understood that each measurement is from the last preceeding one; reference being had to the amended map of said district, or file with the Clerk of said Board. Dated January 10, 1905. By order of the Board County Commissioners of Fremont County Victor Hegsted. County Recorder and Cletk of tin Board ol Countv Commissioners. ESTRAY NOTICES. Non I i? 1, Anthony, Idaho. Jan. 24. 1905. v^ is ^ e ^ * l Y en that there came to f ranch at North Leigh Creek, on or about -t. ~otii, 1004, the following described mal: One sembling | quested I ges and 1 der. ling colt Owner I r °] lowinK described unlmal: - : Slü"" ck: . h >' s a hBitfi- eaifVith5ier Vrumied IB X» I lf not claimed Within ninety days from thedate of tbLS notice, the said animal tv ill be sold according to law, ----------- uiii earll ng heifer, branded re on If ft ribs. The owner is re to prove property, pay char I T n m , e il \ e sa,d property away. 1 claimed within ninety days îiï£Piîo?i dat,<î i < ? rilin,kr this nolice, the said an imal will be sold according to law. Filed Jan. 24th, 1905. KOCECHE. 41-44 _ Victor Hegsted. Auditor. XT . S f Anthony. Idaho, .Jan. 28rd. IMS. , bojeby given that there came to in.\ ranch at Market Lake. Idaho, on or about öec 1st. 1904. the following described animal; One Sorrel mare, abont nine years old w eujhs about 1000pounds.branded ■■■ on left shoulder, also wire mark on left s houl white spot in forehead, has year - ith her. requested to prove property, pay charges, and take the said property away, if i D °^ aimed within days from the date of til ing this notice, the said animal will be sold ac cording to law. T V Lowrier Witness. M.|J. Hathaway. Filed .Jan "5th. 1905. I 1 : 44 ________ Victo r Hegsted. Auditor. V , Jan. 30th, 1905. Notice is hereby given that there came to my ranch at Parker, on or about Nov. 1st 1904 the tollowing described animal - One red 8-yr- old br aekled face, long horn , b . ninded GEH on left hi P- »nd rikht hip, up- per half crop left The owner is requested to prove proiSff pay charges and take the said property away it not claimed within ninety days from ihe date 131 Lling this notice, the said animal will be sold : to lav hereby given that there Driggs, on or about Jan. C. H. Karl son. Victor Hegsted, ______ Audit or. 20. 1905. came to . 1905, the imr uwucris requested to prove property, pay charges and take the said property away. It not claimed within ninety days from the date of tiling this notice, the said animal will be sold according to la w. Witness: L. M. Drl^s. R M M ° le "' Filed Dee. 21). 1905. Victor Heusted, Auditor. 41-44 I.- , • . . Driggs, Idaho. Jan. 24th, 190 d. Notice is hereby given that there came to m'ti ,a iu t r 1 H 1 n trs '• Idabo - °n or about Jan. loth. 190a. the following descri bed animal: One red cow branded EJ on right ribs,also R vvh fl 1 h p * ) vhlte KV spot 111 forehead, vVo '. e sp « oL , on KJlcft side,of body. W lute in Hanks and under belly, de whin •k; has «.«if u. , . , % Filed Jan. 21, 19u5. 41-44 John Borrow man. Victor Hegsted, Auditor . . January 2«t, 1905. Notice ls hereby given that there came to my ranch at St. Anthony, Idaho, on or about Dec. 1st. 11*44, the following described animal One 2-yr. old red heifer gM on left ribs upper bit iu left ear, up- per and un der slope in right ear. — One red white faced left ear, F on left ribs B" ribs. Owner is requested to prove property pav charges and take the said property away. If not claimed within 90 days from the date of tiling this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. „ , „ J. C. BRANDON. Witness: E L Cox. VICTOR HEGSTED, Auditor. Filed Jan. 28, 1906. 43_I0 TETON'ESTRAY NOTICE. Teton City, Idaho, Peb. 10, 1905. I have in my possession the following de scribed estray: One black mare about ten years old. both hind feet white, white star in forehead, brand resembling M on left thigh weight about 1000 lbs. If this animal Ls not claimed, all charges paid and taken away, same will he sold to highest cash bidder on February 27. 1905, at 1 o'clock p. m. WM. CLOWARD, Marshal. Notiee is hereby given that the following de scribed animals were Impounded in the estray pound in the ullage of Teton City, Idaho. One 12-year-old brown mare iaipounded Feb KSSÄ of «ÄToraÄ i lh 'kh ySîÿaTon"^ SÄ p ~Th^riÄd animais -are not Cluimed and taken away before February 27. In SS Village of Teton City. W. H. Cloward, Marshal. RESOLUTION NO. 101. Declaring the Municipal corpor ation of the Village of St. Anthony to be a City of the Second Class, and Changing the Corporate name °f t * 1L ' sa ' tl tillage of St. Anthony to the City of St. Anthony. lie It Ordained by the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Vil lage of St. Anthony : WHEREAS; The said Village of St . Anthony is a municipal cor tioil orgailizcd and listing under and bv virtue of the laws ol tile State of Idaho, AND WHEREAS, the Village of St. Anthony contains more than one thousand inhabitants, and a number of qualified Hectors of said Village equal to three-fifths of the total vote as shown by the last pre ceding general Village election, held iu said Village, have petition ed the Chairman and Board of Trustees of said Village, praying the said board to declare said Vil lage of St. Anthony to be a City of the Second Class, and its corporate name changed from the Village of St. Anthony to the City of St. Anthony. ^THEREFORE, Be It Resolved: That the prayer of said petitioners be granted, and we hereby declare the said municipal organization of the Village ot St. Anthony, a City of the Second class, and hereby change the name of said Village of St. Anthony to the City of St. An thony. Passed and approved at a regular meeting of said Chairman and Board of Trustees held on the 6th day of February, A. D., 1905. W. W. Youmans, Chairman. Attest : Chas. C. Bowerman, Clerk. John McCullom returned Sunday night from Tonopah, Nev.. where he has lieen for about two weeks on a trip of inspection. He is well pleased with the outlook for the new mining camp, and says if he did not have such a good business here he would go there. to of, of U. on in as 42 fJf you desire a /Joan, ena/ling you to /old your Strain for the Spring ^Market\ we will le pleased to serve you. Commercial J\fat'l SlBank, The New National Bank. St. Anthony, Idaho, oastotiiA.7 oastotiiA.7 Bears the /? The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature " of v ,, . . , Jan. 25, 1905 Notice is hereby given that there cam«; to my ranch at Egin on or about Nov. 1st. 19U4, the following described animal: One dark red, spotted white. 2-year-old steer branded U and n on left side and C on right side of t The ck. ner is requested to prove property, •» charges, and take the said property awav. It not claimed within ninety days from the date of tiling this notice, the said animal will be sold according to law. , Hobt. Cox. '■ tied Jan. 35, 1905. Victor Hegsted, A ud i to r. 11-44 St. Anthony, Idaho. Feb. 7. 1905 Notice is hereby given that there came to mv_ ranch at Egin. Ida., on or about i)ee. I. !'.»9;», the following described animal: One red ami white sppotted steel-, two years old, xival °m. r " r i 111 , ' IK 1 ht oar - blotch briiiul on rittht ribs. ner ,s . requested to prove property, I'; 1 -' dbaraes and take the said property away II not claimed within !>0 days from the date Idll.t: this notice, the said anim wiîuètkl ss - ' as- ' V,LI A;' M fowiole lit hi * Victor Hegsted, _________ Auditor. Notice lor Publication. U.S. Laud Office at, Blackfoot, Idaho. January in, lvtOtt. Notice is hereby given that the following named set 1 er has filed notice ofhisinten " ; l ll> '»ake Until.proof in support of his ( hum. and that said proof will be made he fore Register and Receiver, at Blackfoot, Idaho, on March 8. 19u5, viz: William H. Robson, for the s*h see 32, two il N, r 35 E.. B, M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation or said land, viz: W,F. Hobson. Ralph Robson. S. K. Clark, und J. D. Ellis, all of Dubois, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. Notice for Publication. U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot. Idaho. ,, , January 14, 1905 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has Hied notice of his inten tion to make Hnal proof In support of his elann. and that said proof will be made betöre John Donaldson. Probate Judge, at Ht Anthony, Idaho, on Maroh I. 1905, viz: Hl'ida Hrown, for the swK see 33, twp 8 N, K 4»; E. H. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Joseph Brown, of Rigby, Idaho; John W. Hathaway, John E. Hathaway, and Thomas J. Brown, of Chester, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. Notice tor Publication. U. S. LandOftlee at Blackfoot. Idaho, , February 13.1905. Notice is hereby glveu that the following named settler has Hied notice of his inten tion to make Anal proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore John Donaldson, probate Judge, at St Anthony, Idaho, on April 4. 1905, viz: John G . Sautter, of Huden, Idaho, for the N Wi-4 see 29. in twp « N, R 45, F,. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove ills continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of, said land, viz: Almond Fulmer,tUeor B e Raimnell. Hyrum Hill and Alma Rammell, all ol Haden, Idaho LORENZO R. THOMAS. Register. Notiee tor Publication. U. S. Laud Office at Blackfoot, Idaho. „ .. , , , February, 8. 1905. Notice Is hereby given that tue following named settler 1ms tiled notice of his in tentlon to make final proof in support of ids and Huit said proof will he made before Iboinas Elliott. U. S. Uoinmissioiior at St. An thony, Idaho, on April 4, I90n, viz: of Tfton, Idaho, for the 4HE * N' v l i, N\N '1 SVV'L sec. L'4, twp. 7 N, R • names the following witnesses m prove onlinuous residence upon ami cultiva tion of said land, viz. : Jones, John Cowley. Jeff llnff und S. Rawlins, all of Teton. Idaho. LORENZO K. THOMAS. Register. No!in» for Publication. U S Land OfHco al Blackfoot, Idaho, v . February, 9. 1U05. Notice is hereby given that the following Juts tiled notice of his intention proof iu support of nis claim I proof will be made before at. Blackfoot, Idaho, on named settle! to make iinai and that sai Register and March :.*1, i9(i: lames i*. G< S\Y'„, see 11c names t his < viz: Jib; N \V 1 E 1 n t in « I)I 1 S Notice K hn Newby, Siii . all of Furuum, V. 'CHOMAS. R« rubiicatioii ot : J ^ : j i or is ! ; ; , Land Offic nam tion t(. Blackf iot. Idaho, Feb. 9, 1905 hereby given that the following 1er lias fih»d notice of her in make final proof in support of his claim, and that, said proof will be made before John Donaldson, probate judge at St. Anthony. Idaho, on April 4, 1905. viz: Annie E. Johnston, sole heir of John Mahn kin, deceased, for the S'.. SW'4, sec. 20 and M* XW?< see. 35. twp. UN', It 13 K. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resiuence upon and cultivation of, said laud, viz: J. E. Johnston. Bruce Uattlet, John Atehley and Thomas Bituell. all of Marysville, Idaho. LORENZO iL THOMAS. Register. m to Desert Lund. Final Front'.—Notice lor Pu1)lication. U. S. Land Office Blackfoot. Idaho Feb. 9 1905. Notice is hereby given that Albert II. Dahle, of Teton Idaho, bus filed notice of inten tion to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 355H, for the Sv, NW!,. K 1 ;. SW^.sec aß, twp 7 N K il K. B. M. I). fore Thomas Elliott, U. H. Commissioner at St Anthony. Idaho, on Tuesday, the 4lh day of April, 1905. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said laud : John Crowley. Roe Bright. SamSehwendi man and Tom Smith, all of Teton, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS. Register. Notice for Publiulioa (Isolated Tract.) Public Land Sale. Notice i« hereby given that in pursuance of instructions from the ('ommi^.-duner of tfcm General Lund Office, under author.ty vested in him by section 2455. U. S. Revised Statutes, as amended by the act ol Congress approved February 2ft, 1*95. w*- will proce«*d to offer at public siii«* on the 25th day of March, n ex l, at lids office, the following tract ot land, to wit . The lot 7, section 19, u#wnship ft north, range east. Boise Meridian. Any and ;d 1 per»*.ns claimiug adversely the above described lands arc advised to file their claims in this office on or before the day abo\ e designated for tin* commencement of said sale, otherwise their rights will be torfeited. LimBfizo U. Thomas. Register George A. Robe thin. Receiver. K«.*bruary 9. 1905. OASTOni A. Bear, the si The Kind Yüu Ha re Always Bought Biea :r is as Cons >li<latM Notice for Publication. U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, v . . . February 13. 1905. Nutt • hereby given that the following natne lets have filed notice of their in tention to make final proof in support of his c.jitm. and that said proof will be made before John Donaldson " probate judge at St a.,,». .... on April 4. 1905, viz: rtnimell. for the NWL SWk, l SL'« NWX. sec. 24, twp. ii N, y, Idalir George F. Rh NK >4 sW 1 4 at K 14 E. B. M. lit' na - tie his oontin tion of »aid land George Sautter, Alnion Hyrum _S. Hill and Edwlu witnesses to prove upon and cultiva Fullmer. Jr.. Little, all of Huden» Idaho, —AND— and l lot°Siniï l,llm,,r - Jr " f,,r thc EW SW-, and Jot A and 4, s.*r. 19. twp. t> N. R 45. ß. R. M, hi - 'ïf 8 1 U! f(> LowiiiK witnesses to prove cultiv,ul °n « M 1 ;lll , It,T - Edwin S. Little. Hvrum Idaho. d " eor « e Bammeli, all -,r Ilfide™ —AND— '.Hill, for the W'/, SVV'i, sec ->9 K'r. see W, twp.il N, u 45 l-h il. M. Mowing witnesses to prove of said land, vEV eUPOn a " U cultivutiuu George >autter, Hyrum and SICvi : He names tinuous résidence Kan Almou L. Fulliu(>r. Jr., Iladen, Idaho LORENZO R meil and Edwin 9. Little, all of rilOMAS. Register. Notice of Attachment. n,l?H iae „?l S i r L ct V our ' tlle slxth Judicial iniln<1 ,or Fremont County \ ictot L. Hegsted and Chris Jensen, oo-parL tiers under the firm name of Hegsted & Ten se Ji' V- a n « 4 ^ k 8, vs ' ^ ( ' Glson, Defendant. Notice is hereby given Unit a writ of at tachment lias been issued out of the above en nam2d C defenTnL ' * to Pr ° PertJ ° f the abOTe January "SÄST "Vi^, )R HEGriTEo! a«k By Rose D. Miller, Deputy. * NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Boar dot County Commissioners of Fremont County. Idaho, will receive sealed bids, to be opened March 8, 1906, tor the construction of the fol lowing bridges: ?t, ne ri C 1? ss E, a|1 r . lver . " ear wh'ri ls known as the Darling Flouring Mill. ranch acro ' -s0Dake rtver at H. P. Sprat ling's One aeross Snake river at what Is known as Wilson s ford. Separate plans and specifications are to be [*l ed , with each bid, the said plans to become the become the property of Fremont County, upon the filing thereof. ' an^ul/bld"' reserves the right to reject any By order of the Board. Dated Feb. 6th, 1905. Victor Hegsted. Clerk of suld Board SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial Dis trict. County of Fremont. State of Idaho. Daniel F. Harding, Plaintiff, vs. Jacob R Spori, guardian of the person and estate of the minor heirs of Jacob Spori, deceased, and son °De?emiants LouLse Spori und Perry J. An The State of Idaho SendaGreetings: To Jacob R. Spori, guardian of the person and estate of the minor heirs of Jacob Hpori deceased, and Jacob R. Spori, Louise Spori and Perry J. Anson, Defendants. You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff, in the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Ida ho, in and for the County of Fremont, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons. If served with in this county; or if served out of this countv but in this district, within 20 days; or if served elsewhere, within 40 days. The said action is brought to quiet the title to the plaintiff to the following described land situate, lying and being in the County of FYe mont. State of Idaho, and bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wit: The southeast quarter (se'4) of tin* northwest quarter inwid ot section thirteen (13), township six (rt) north of range thirty-nine (30), east of Boise Merid lan. And to require you and each of you to set forth the nature of your right, title or claim you and each of you have in und to the said described land and fo;- a decree of said court declaring and adjudging that you and each of you defendants have no estate, right, title or interest in or to the said d«'scribed land or premises und that the title of the plaintiff is good and valid, and that you and each of you said defendants i,c enjoined and debarred from asserting any right, title, interest or es täte in or to the said lands or premises: and to cancel and annul one certain mortgage, exe cuted and deli vered by said Jacob Spori do sed to ihe defendant. Perry J. Anson, on 11 tu da.\ of December. |H9:.\ covering the ribed land, and recorded on the 80th ok "C" oi mort lOIlt day of Dec«; gages, page 9; County, Idaho; ellef : » tie* id for urt in eh ot In seem just and for their more fully appears in plaintiff s lib* herein which is hereby n m ale a part of this summons d upon you. hereby notified that if you fail plaint, as aid plaintiff will apply to 1 and further •qultuble and all of which •omphiint on l 'i'*'ed to and and herewith And ; to appear and ans above required, the .________ ______ # said court for the relief defnanded in the said comp.; Witn trict t s my hand and the seal of the Dis irt of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Fremont, this Nth day of February. 1905. I seal] victor hegsted. clerk. By Rose D. Miller, Deputy. I • Motile, Attorney for Plaintiff. 43-lb. Do Not Suppress a Cough. When you have a cough do not try to suppress it, but remove the cause. The cough is only a symp tom of some disease, and the disease is what vou should cure, then the cough will stop of itself. The most common cause of coughing is a cold. Anodynes will promptly suppress the cough, and prepara tions containing chloroform, opium etc., are used for that purpose, but they do not cure the cold. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy on the other hand does not suppress the cough, hut relieves it by removing from the throat and lungs the mu cus which obstructed the breathing aud allaying the irritation and tick ling in the throat. It also opens the secretions and effectually and permanently cures the cold as well as the cough. For sale by all drug gists. SEE HERE. We have this week two special bargains in land near Sugar Fac ory. C. C. Moore, Real Estate Co.