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THE TETON PEAK-CHRONICLE
Published by The Peak-Chronicle Publishing Co. OFFICIAL PAPIR OF FREMONT COUNTY. THURSDAY APRIL-0. 1905. Entered at th thony, for e Postoffice at St. An remission through th< mails as seco td-class matter. SUBSCIUPTION KATES One Year : : Six Months 1 Three Months : : Advertising Rates on application. The Peak nice large but there names do not We wish to fact that the official pape through its commissioners -Chronicle enjoys i subscription patronage ■ many people whose ! appear on our list.. ; call attention to the Peak-Chronicle is the i r of the county, and j columns the county ' aud other county officials publish their legal matter. The county agents of quarterly, hi a public report transacted, issue a report of the Boa should have for reference better able t on the cond otherwise. commissioners are the the taxpayers, and law, they must make of the business We publish in this of the last meeting rd. Every taxpayer copy of that report Those who keep in touch with the county business are ) converse intelligently itions politically and The comjty commissioners are called upon some times to decide upon very important questions. Sometimes these questions are brought to an issue by most inti mate friends, sometimes by strang ers. But the board is called upon to act, and, in accordance with the law. During the session of the board just closed, several bills were presented to the board for the re funding of double assessments which the claimants bad paid twice. Tint claims were just and should he lefunded, but the law specifically states that the board of commissioners cannot refund mon eys for taxes. They promptly and rightly disallowed these bills. There will naturally be some who will severely criticize the board for not allowing these claims, but it is entirely >eyond their power. A meeting of farmers and some of the business men was held in the St. Anthony opera house last Saturday afternoon to discuss ways and means ^or relieving the farmer of furnishing him an of purchasing farm and fixtures at more prices and also giving him at all times the highest prices for his products. In other words, proposed to organize a co concern in which the : the principal stock through which they the benefits of pract in the way opportunity implement reasonable it is operative farmers : holders and can obtain I ot I j of i ] ically wholesale 'prices on their implements and at the same time eliminate the enormous profits of middlemer products. disposing of their The meeting by represe Houghton and W. D Those who ing were Mr mont Imp! Houghtop Jones, G. Mackert, was natives citizens. 1. E. was elected chairman Parker secretary. addressed the meet Keller, of the Fre enient Co., Messrs. I. E. I , C. C. Moore, Caleb E. Bowerman. Clias. Mr. Fernev, A. M. Slaterv and James Mason. A com mittee was appointed to investigate the feasibility of the proposition and report at another meeting to he held in the St. Anthony opera house on Saturday atfernoon, April 22nd, at 2 o'clock. It is hoped that ever> farmer who is interested in this proposition will lie present at the meeting next Saturday. State Several Land Sale Postponed. I tracts of land having been applied fer within the last few days, and in order to hold the sale of all lands at the same time, the sale ad vertised ill the last issue for the 2fith inst lias lieeu postponed until further notice. C. C. Moore Real Estate- Co., Agents for State. Brahanj Pens gain in favor. Get 'urn at drjig stores. p4 t. We logn money on Improved Farms. C. C. Moore Real FJstate Co. j j 1 ! j ; j RICKS ACADEMY NOTES. Rexburg, April 18.—Brother Porter's botany class took a field trip on Thursday. The members of the class collected specimens of the violet family. Instruction was also given by the teacher concern ing buds and bulbs. The second vear students have been receiving the principles of arithmetic since they completed the work in plane geometry to The general snperimend.m of church schools, Dr. J. M. Tauner, is expected here this week to visit the Academy. It is likely that | the gentleman will deliver a lecture I teachers are I while here. Both students and working hard to complete the re ork hv the end ! quired amount of ; of the school year, Elder Tames Ricks, who has just i returned from Samoa, will address j the students next Friday evening, ' Bro. Ricks brought a very interest ing collection from the Islands. will be an interesting Some of the classes are prepar ing original plays to be given 1 during commencement week. These class programs will be un- j I The lecture one. ique in arrangement. Bro. Bond, our manual training teacher, has invented a new kind of banjo. He intends to construct a violin upon the same principle. His plan will do away with the I sounding box of the violin. MARYSVILLE. April 16. -We have had plenty ot rain, it has retarded seeding, but plowing goes merrily on. George Barzee. of the Wakefield I'iano bouse of Pocatello, came up Friday looking after the interests of his house. He was the guest of J. G. Wood while here. He went to St. Anthony Sunday but has returned with his brother Clark and will remain here. Mr. and Mrs. Airhart came up from St. Anthony to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wood the past week, and also to look after their ranch on Porcupine creek. Mr. Airhart has been laid up with a fractured leg caused by a kick from a horse while out on Camas creek with his sheep. He is getting along fine now. judge Kelly has been teaching i school the past week on account of the teacher being sick. She ] returned to her post of duty Mon day and the Judge returned to his ranch at Squirrel. James G. Stewart, of Rexburg, was here Saturday writin ance. insur Noah Williams, of Chester, at-, tended the meeting of the Yellow stone Ditch Co., held here Satur day. It was decided that the dich should he finished during the com ing summer in time for next year's crops. Dr. W. E. Voting lias been slightly indisposed during the past week, but at this time is able to atte-nd to business. The Chester ball team came Fri- 1 day to cross hats with our boys, but-that was all. They were an easy prey for the Invincibles of Marysville. A free dance was the result, paid for by the Chesterites. Lodi came up Saturday for the same purpose, hut it failed to materialize into a good game. ! Some unpleasantness resulted after j the game, but they left the limits ; of the town before anything definite j was done. The crack team from the metro polis. St. Anthony, is expected to come and teach our hoys a lesson in base hall the end of the present week. Our lads are getting quite confi dent of their ability in the hall game, and they play well and have : as good field for the sport as any in Fremont county. They invite outside towns to come and try their ability in a friendly way with them. Dr. Young was hastily called to \ eruon last week to attend the little daughter of Lars Fransen. She had been playing with some dope made of strychnine for squirrels and had got some in her mouth causing her to be. quite sick but she did not get enough to seriously poison her, and when the doctor arrived he found her getting along very well but sleepy. The doctor found that in some way the water pail had got some of the deadly drug into it but not enough to cause serious harm. H. B. Smith, of Idaho Falls, was doing business here for his firm. Miller & Veile, of Salt Lake City, the past week. He registered at the Reynolds Hotel. GROVES About a week ago while Bishop J- J- Wellard was spending a few pleasant days at the Salt Lake conference and Mrs. Wellard was calling on a neighbor, two of the small children took some matches and going to tile shed against tue barn started a fire and before assistance could arrive, the fire had such a start that help was of no avail, except to remove what was in the barn. The barn and other buildings adjoining it, were de stroyed and were a total loss as there was no insurance on them. With the exception of a new tongue scraper, nothing else was burned, ^ r - atl ^ Mrs. Burt are the happy j parents of a two weeks' old boy. I Both mother and baby are doing well. FARNUM. Estes and Peicy Hawkes have come up to look after their father's ranch. Hvdn Rankin was a visitor the first of last week. His younger brother has come to look after the property left by Joseph Rankiu. Alvin Johnson and family and his brother-in-law, Mr. Staker and family, have come down from the asw mill where they have been the; past winter and will engage in farming this summer. Mrs. Will Van Sickle and family have returned from Marysville where they spent the winter. Mr. Van Sickle is well .enough to be at work again. Geo. Merrick has bought Willie Green's interest in the threshing machine, and Wm. Stephenson has bought out J. W. Green. 1'he company now consists of Robt. and | James Newby, Mr. Stephenson and George Merrick. J , , . , , Word has been received from Alfred Ljungman that he will not be up here this spring owing to the severe illness of his mother. School will open very soon with Miss Hattie Staley as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Bainbridge, of Marysville, were visitors at j Mrs. Bovlan's April 2nd and 3rd. j Mr. J. P. Gebhardt has sold his interest in the Flag Railch to one of the other members of the com pany. FOR SALE. 500 cords dry slab 1 wood, east of St. Anthony, at $2 ; per cord (128.) Fogg and Jacobs. Miss Mattie Martin Will open a Studio at St. Anthony, May 15, for Piano Instruction. Holding testimonials and endorsements from the fol fowing, viz: I take pleasure in giving Miss Mattie Martin my un qualified endorsement. Per sonally, site is a fine charac ter and a fine mental poise. She is a fine pianist and thoroughly familiar with the best modern methods of n struction. I consider her thoroughly competent to take charge of a position which in volves responsibility of high order. (Signed) EMIL LEIBLING, Kimball Hall, Chicago. Wm. II. Sherwood, New York City, N. Y. Mrs. P. S. Dresser, N. E. Conservatory, Boston, Mass. Z. K. Griffin, Pres. Howard Female College Gallatin, Tenn. Jas. W. Blackmore, Pres. Board of H. F. College, Gallatin, Tenn. Miss Hattie Morton, Prin. Birmingham School for Girls, Birmingham, Ala. E. W. Carmack, U. S. Senator, Tenn. j I ! I m B 9 m CREDITORS BANKRUPT SALE g i Ö2 The HUB Stock of General Merchandise is now on Sale at St. Anthony, and Must be Sold at Once. 1 Doors Open, 8 a. m., to 6 p. m. BY ORDER United States Court. —— '»«.^**«***** 4*1 ^ _ y amer & McConnell, n &***». ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, St. Anthony J B. JENNINGS, LAWYER, Y on man's Block. St. Anthony, jyjILLEAPS & RICH ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Land and]United Practice in State States Courts. Ross-Hamer Block. St. Anthony, - 0. SOLLE LAWYER County Attorney of Fremont Co. ROSS-IIAMER BLOCK St. Anthony - - Idaho Idaho. J D. LOUIS, M. D., PHYSICIAN Residence one mile southeast of Post Office, j Telephone No. 80. JAMES G. GWINN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I ! St. Anthony, - Idaho L. BLEVINS, M. D. D I PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, St. Anthony. Idaho. jyj ILLER M. HARSH BARG ER, PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR. Opposite Post Office. In office nights. 'Phone No. 60. St. Anthony, - - - Idaho. j)R. j. h. McPherson, DENTIST. St. Anthony, - Idaho. W. J. Middleton, Physician Surgeon. Office ..... _ ... ... Opposite Post Office Building Bell 'Phone No. 66. St. Anthony, Idaho Thomas Elliott, NOTARY PUBLIC & V. S. COMMISSIONER St. Anthony & Rexburg, Snake River Lodge No. 41. K.ofP Meets every Tuesday night in .Ma sonic hall. Ross-Hamer'block. Visiting members invited. E. A. Stkonu, (' A. M. 11 iituA.it!>, K. It s. Fremont Lodge No. fid. l.O. O. F. Meets every Monday evening in Ma sonic hall. Koss Hamer block. D. L. Blevins. N. g. A. H. Buchaneau, Secy. A. F. and A. M. Meets the first and third Wednesdays in each month in Masonic hall, Ross Hamer block. Wood L. Miller, M Dyke Millsaps, Secv St. Anthony Camp, M. W. A. Meets every first and third Thursday nights at 8:00 p. m. in Masonic hall in Ross-Hamer block. Wm. Vandkkvkkr, V. (J. Will Youmaxh. Clerk. Oregon Short Line Anthony Branch & Connection T I M E TABLE Northward Second First Class Class No. 53 No. 51 a. rn. p. m. STATIONS 9:30 7:15 IDAHO FALLS . LINCOLN ..EL VA RIGBY LORENZO TEXAS . REXBURG TETON. ST. ANTHONY Nos. & and Si, milted, dally except Sunday. D. E. Burley, D. S. Spencer, (Jen. Pass*Tkt. Agi. Ass t tien- Pass. Hall Lake City. and Tkt.Agt. For further information regarding time and connection with all traiffs call on R T. Drollinger, Agt. In The an Sixth in swer days the ment, I you for ter. . this : to the I O. I j j of of i ed In of Id of on a Si' 9:40 7:23 9:55 7:35 12:20 7:50. 11 '33 8:02 10:43 8:08 10:15 8:22 11:35 8:30 12:01 8:45 ____ 8:10 4:i5 7:55 3:50 | 7:43 3248 ; 7:37 3:30 7:23 3:10 i 7:15 2:50 ! Southward First Second Class Class No. 52 No 54 a. m p.:m .8:30 4:40 8:19 4:30 •:U0 2:30 1 ~ Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial l triet. County of Freinent. State of Idaho Sarah K Beecroft,, plaintiff, v-s. Joseph Beecroft. defendant. The State of Idaho Sends Greèting To Joseph G. Beecroft. defendant. You .hereby summoned and required to appeal an action brought against you ny the a no named plaintiff, in the District Court of • Sixth Judicial District of the State of Ida in and for the County of Fremont, and to swer the complaints tiled therein, within t' days (exclusive of the day of service the service on you of this summons, if withiti this county, or if served oui of tl: county, but in this district, within tu days, or if served elsewhere, within forty da The said action is brought to obtain ment, of this court dissolving the bonds of Mb' 1 rimony between the plaintiff and you upon u grounds that on the 30th day of January, H you wilfully and without cause deserted a abandoned the plaintiff and ever since lia continued to live separate and apart from h without cause and without her consent, a for the care and custody of said minor davit ter. Ella M. Beecroft. all of which more fu appears in plaintiff s complaint on tile here which is hereby referred to and made a part this summons. And you are hereby notified that it you : to appear and answer the said complain:, above required, the said plaintiff will app ■ the court for the relief demanded in pi complaint on Hie herein. Witness my band and the seal of the Court of the Sixtli Judicial District of i State ot Idaho, in and for the County 1)1 1' mont, the 5th day of April, 1905. (Seal't VICTOR HKGSTKD. « « ROHE l). MILLER. l»cp . O. I* Soule. Attorney for Plaintiff. Sheriff's Sale. State of Idaho. i County or Fremont. > ss * By virtue of a writ of execution issued < of the Honorable District Court for r'i em Coutriy. in said state, on theS'Jth day of Mar 1905, by the « lern thereof, in the ease of of Idaho vs. M. .1. Weaver and J. C. Brandi: and to me. as sheriff directed and delivt i will proceed to sell for cash, gold coin o' t United States, at the hour of 10 a. ni.. on h day. the 5th day of May, A. I) , 1995. office of said sheriff in St. Anthoru Hi County. Idaho, the following described pr< erty to-wit: The lots sixteen (Id), seveni (17), eighteen GH). nineteen (19) and twe (20>), or block six (Hi. in the town of Si. thony. as per recorded plat thereof, in Ft mont County, Idaho. Lots six <H) und sew block twenty-six (3H>. in the town of St. thony. Fremont County, Idaho, as pet ,-cc ed plat thereof. Commencing at a point feet south of the northeast corner of block In the town of St. Anthony. Fremont <' Idaho, as per recorded plat thereof and ning thence west 125 feet, thence south 25 f thence east 125 feet, thence north 25 fei the place of beginning. Lot 2 of block 25. Id of block 29. und commencing at a point " t east of the northwest corner of lot 2 of bl 3h, and running thence east 3 rods, the south 13 rods, thence west 3 rods, thence n< Id reds to the place of beginning in the 'o of Rexburg, as per recorded plat there« ' the County of Fremont. State of Idaho, It on as the property of ). C . Brandon, to sati: a judgment amounting to $753.25 and $53. r terest. in favor of the State or Idaho, costs of suit. Given under my hand this 30th day of Ma 1905. Notice to Creditors. In the Probate Court of the County mont. State of Idaho. In tne matter of the estate of Adds ■»:: Nolan, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the und* r> ' administratrix, of the estate of Addu Nolan, deceased, to the creditors of a id persons having claims against the said | ceased, to exhibit them, with the nec. ; touchers, within four months after the t Publication of this notice to the said admu i it'atrix. at her residence in Salem. Count) ! Fremont, State of Idaho. St. Anthony, Idaho, this loth «1 1 April, 1005. ~ Q ,, , CAROLINA KOLA: O. P. Soule. Administrai Attorney for Administratrix. ATTENTION. TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS LAND near Sugar Factory. C. C. Moore Real Estate Co.