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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, j MoKTPELIER. : : : : IDAHC J^B. E. F. GUYON, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. ■ / Office, over ltiter Bros. Drug store. Montpelier. Idaho. A. BAG LEY, Attorney at Law. * Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. MONTTEUER IDAHO IJ L. GLENN, Attorney fit L,nw. Practices in all the Courts ol Idaho. MONTPELIER, : : : IDAHO |)0UGLA8 1I1X, Attorney -fit - L,a\v Land Matters a Specialty. ©EORGETO VN, Idaho S. SPENCE, Attorney-at-Law. MONTPELIER, : : : IDAHO > V H1US SORENSEN. € Contractor & Builder. Estimates given on all Glasses of work. Houic Moving a Specialty. Montpelier, Idaho. ■g E. CHALMERS, Attorney at Law. BL\KF 0 ) IDAHO. —tv—-- Altkkd Bodge, County Attorney ol Bear Lake County. Jcuuk C. M. White. BUDGE & WHITE. Attorney« otI<aw. Paris, Idaho. pETER FUJ LKR. BARBQK. IDA1IC MONT LIER, : : g J Midi, Attorney-at-Law. Wil Practice in all Courts. pari«, Idaho. ^JHAS. SCHMID, THE TAILOR. MONTPELIER, IDAHO Imported and Domestic Suitings on hand. der« promptly attended to. trial. Good fits guaranteed. All or DAVID F0LLICK, Contractor & Builder > Estimates furnished on all classes of of work. All work promptly executed. Montpelier, Idaho. HELLO CENTRAL! jThe Dow telephone line be tween this city and Paris is now in working order. Connection at Ovid. Kates Reasonable. Offices: Co-op C°- Burg°yn & M. Rosenbaum Ovid! Paris Her. Co- Paris j : • V« £ 14 I I f i t „v s' r, ■ * r. (if Ï i 'vJ k Ö 'W W A» k if L • Ü0 FOR BRIGHT. NEW GOODS £H t Xowest Iftrices? IIMB—BFM—BaBM———■ If so, call and examin our stock of Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, Crock ery, Glassware, Woodenware, Etc. ^3 Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gents' Furnishings of all kinds, Etc. Millinery, Dry Goods, Ladies' Wraps, Waists, Novelties in Dress, Goods, Etc. il ZS IN FACT A General Line of All Classes of SEASONABLE GOODS.! T—HI I Mi am Ed. Buraoune, ^3 THE OLD RELIABLE STORE MONTPELIER Something to Read "Choir Invisible," "Folks from 1V . „ ( c . « t *f i \r* ixie, » oci i a t in ( h g i n l <i, With a Pesfimi.t in Spain, "Joseph Jefferson at Home" ; in "David llarrum," "A Days Work" j and a hundred others, all found in j fo.* the luxurious Library Car on the I Overland Limited of the Union j Pacific. Provided gratis for the entertainment of our friends and ° patrons. Address H. M. Clav, j , General Agent, Sait Lake City, Utah. on Livery & Feed Stable. Fuller & Joneley, Prop. I We are now reatfy, for busi „ I ness, and can accomo date all. Drauino to all parts of theCitu at Reason able Rates. Single and Double. Ready at all hours. Everything Firstclass. Prices the Lowest. RIOS; Idaho. Montpelier, Corner of Depot Street. Anderson Creamery flNDERSOH & BERNARD, Proprietors. GEORGETOWN IDAHO First-Glass Creamer Butter ALWAYS ON HAND. Cream for parties can be furnished on short notice. Send orders to Georgetown. Give the home product a chance. Goods guaranteed to be eqnal to eastern creamery products. I I TAILORING CO , i BEAR LAKE Carl A. Schmid. Win. Mc C. Thompson, / Proprietors? Cl-jas. Schrriid, Mgr. Suits to order at the usual Low Prices. vvWWXVwBt Finest Line of fall anD Winter Samples. The above firm having the 2/st day of Nov. 1898, bought out Chas. Schmid, \ Merchant Tailor, ask your patronage in j the future. ; ! Repairing and Cleaning a Specialty, Good Work and good Fit Guarani , / Miss Irene Douglas is home from hef ' visit to Green River. \jJtfo\e. Blank notes for sale at this office!] in tabs 50 for 50 cents. i J. a. Rostan left Thursday morning : ^ fo.* a trip to Ogden. Local News. Poison and sticky fly paper at Riter Brot! . Drug Co. 21 Read the new ad of Dr. Beokstrom, ° Paris ' in t0 day s paper. Edward Taylor was iu Kammer a few 1 , , ay * st Wee Carriage paints in large variety at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Justice A1 Jones, of Pocatello, was in town Saturday to visit) his daughter. When in Salt Lake he sure and call on Molntosh, the Candy Man, 44 Main street. » Mrs. McGilvary isspending the snm mer at her father'sboU in Cora, Wyo. Ladies calling cards at this office, 50jcent8 for .70. No less number printed D C. Stuart, Jr., returned from a trip to the west Monday morning. „ The Odd Fellows hdld their first meet ing m tlyeir new hall last Wednesday. LOST.-^-Three-inch bras» hub band | off fire engine. Finder leave with | Chief of Police Gee. I -Just in, another lot of these fine I L. syringes and hot Water bottles. At Riter Pros. Drug Co. Be sure and attend the farmer's in stitutes August 21-1Î3. another column. 21 Go to Hoover's Drug Store for everything you want In the medicine j id notion line. 21 See dates in Mja^iirown, of Logan, mother of J*fs. James Suieath, is visiting the lat ter in this city. We are handling the M. D. Wells shoes, the best on earth, and at the low est prices. Jones <S[, Son. 15 FOUND—A parasol. Same can be had by calling at this office proving property and paying for this notice A sister-in-law of Pete Larson, on Thomas Fork ws|3 thrown from a buggy over there and severely hurt Thursday. Our line of Laces has never been equalled in this county. Call and in spect them. Jones & Son. The rains still continue ant^ as a re- i suit much hay is being damaged, ' pecially the tame product that is down I Bros. Drug Co. VVe buy in carload lots j and save sheepmen money on this ) 18 j The Idaho regiment will return to San Francisco with less than 500 officers and men. It left San Francisco for 15 I Go to Hoover's Drug Store foi» I everything you want In the medicine i and notion line. 31 Thp home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. arfkshank was made happy by the ar (val of a fine girl last Thursday. Mother and babe doing well. : - C] Sulphnr in any quantity at Riter art Lola. Manila with 5841 Although prices on wall paper has nearly doubled this season, we have yet 3ooo rolls selling at the old low \ prices. Nie lseii'a. j Joe Fuller has| opened up a new bar ! bejvéhop in the Reception building. He ka* put in a fine chair and plate glass mirrors. 20 been its it MayojrTtedman, Alex Beckman and Attoprfgy Bagley left Monday for a trip to/vellowstone Park and Jackson's \jJtfo\e. They will pd gone some weeks, Paint vour house with ready mixed paints. Anj^olor at Riter Bros. Drug ^ °* and 9 he pother of Shelbert Cleveland, of tries, arrived from California a 'feVclavs ago. The lady is 70 years of >Re, and hadn't seen her son ior ten years. it. y day the , Asnln on deck! 1 have °I ,ened a new barber shop in the "Reception" building and invite all my old friends to give me a call. Joe Fuller. 24 The heavy rains of the past week have interfered with haying, but the grain fields and the ranges needed it badly. Its only another case of an ill wind, etc. A. J. and Richard Cruikshank was over from Thomas Fork Saturday. They are in the midst of haying, hut the heavy rains caused them to take a lay off. Get your brand into the new Bear Lake stock association brand book. It will be worth many times its cost to you. Only members of the association are entitle;!'to this protection. t Fred Oruikshank left Sunday for Salt take tj/om where he goes on a mission Mew York state. Fred will be iaded by scores of friends in this coun ty; but they all wish him well during his stay. the to as to L. tles her The new tax law regarding the as sessment of live stock is working hand somely. Assessor Bassett has already gathered in $3,000 from the owners of j transient bands of sheep, cattle and horses.—Advance. Monday the "boys brigade" of the Presbyterian church went to Fish Hav en for a)week's outing. Rev. Mudge had charge of the youngsters and they are no*doubt having a glorious time. The Examiner this weok publishes a communication from the Btate univers ity. These communications will ap pear regularly hereafter and our people will have a chance to keep posted on the workings of this great institution, The brand committee of the Boar Lnke stock association are getting up the'new brand book. Those who have not yet handed in their brands had bet ter do so as quickly as possible. Give vourFirand description to J. R. Bren nan 6r G. C. Gray. Gns Spongberg has received a letter from his brother in Alaska, and also no Je good looking quartz. The ore icofttains gold, silver and copper. The Witer also stated that he has seen Sam G roo and Clancey recently, and they were well. on i ' ' The other day there was pulled into the Pocatello yard a new steam steel t I wrecking crane, for use on the Idaho!. j and Montana divisions. The crane has ) an immense lifting capacity and a ra j ffius of 20 feet, and the entire mechan- j ism is placed on one center, permitting ; it to describe a complete circle in its sweep —Advance. A section boss was arrested at King Hill in Elmore county last week, for violating the anti alien law, he having Japs at work on the section. The boss was taken before a justice of the peace and found guilty. The case will be ap- J pealed to the district court and from there to the state supreme court. This , is the second county to enforce this law. i - IVB f sai" [irjli'Qct M among ns, a bur !o t :ie good people Msiili U uh <iy ,.er ■i vv NOTICE. My wife, Mary Lashbrookr, having left rav bed and board, all persons are warned not to give her credit on my account, as I will not bs responsible ftr any debts of her contraction. E. L. Lasabrooke. Thomas Fork. Ida., August 5th, 1899. , In the Haute Condition. The other night two of Mont- : pelier's citizens were strolling home at a late hour, when one of them looking up at the rçjoon, said "shay why am I like that (hie) moon?" "(■Jive it up" replied the other. "Cause we both three-quarters full," answered the lirst one. day visit St. l>e from his not his her and Co., Shotgun*, Kille» and Ammunition. We are prepared to show you the best stock and best assortment ever brought to Bear Lake county. We can make you prices that will pay you to trade at home and you can sec the goods before buying. Consolidated Implement Co. „ (Of Course.) New S 1 io|>h. From high official authority it is learned that the Oregon Short Line will this year commence the con struction of new and permanent j cost locomotive and car shops at Poca tello. The point of location has been settled upon definitely, and its selection is due to the fact. that it is the central point, geographi cally, of the system; and the point where the Salt Lake—Butte line sity in also will the In will be ing ing to ing in in will and the Granger-Huntingtou line cross. —Pocatello Tribune. Did Not Open. It was currently reported yester day that gambling games would be running in full blast last night in the city, but they were not. Two licenses for slot machines and one general gambling license were is sued by City Marshal Denny, under the terms of the ordinance regulat ing gambling, but it appears Sheriff Roxcn visited 'those who intended to open the games and advised them that prosecution might follow as a result of a violation of the state law. This advice appeared to have been recognized, for no games were opened last night.—Lewiston Tribune. Olorioui Neici Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four bot tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs, Brewer of scrofula, which hail caused her great suffering for years. Terrible sores would break ont on her bead ami face, Bnd the best doctors could give no help-, but Iter cure is complete and her health is excellent.. Tills shows w-hut thousands have proven,—that Electric Bitters is the be-t blood purifier known, it's the supremo remedy for eczema, teller, salt rheum, ulcers, boils an I run ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys anti bowels, expels poisons, helps digês inn. build up the strength. OnlvfiOcts. Sold by Riter Bros. Drug Co- Guaran teed. v as ed the 4 Th« Wilson Cbm Kntled. Last.Friday Judge Rich made an order in the Wilson ease in -which judgment entered up for $14,000 together with about $500 for costs was entered up in favor of Dr. Wil son. The mortgages held by him on the Fish Haven and Blackfoot ranphes and the live stock will be too J N T It be foreclosed, and the entire property sold. It is doubtful if the property will bring sufficient now to cover the judgment and costs. This brings to an end a famous case in this county one which has been . the means of many a hard fought legal battle. The case was first tried before Judge Standrod and he rendered judgment in favor of the défendent. It was carried t 0 the supreme court and the dis - , . 1 n< C j put the finishing touch on as above ; stated. Dr. King.s New Life Fills, of sufferers have ptovtuj their matcli less merit for Sick and Nervous Head "' lie. They make pure blood and strong J nerves and builtTT.p your health. Easy J 1° take. Iry them. Only 25 cents, j , Money back if not cured. Sold by < i r B ros - Drug Co. Then it Thai Throbbing Headache o Wool 1 quickly leave you, if von used ! H camc back to Judge Rich and lie Thousand» 1 ■ l « t t M. ■ I. £ . % W Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safguards the food against alum* baking powders are the greatest •jtn to health of the present day. Alum Kemmerer Camera Squib,-. Mrs. Tony Hagen returned Tues day morning from a two week's visit with friends ahd relatives at St. Charles Idaho. Work has been begun by the Kemmerer Coal company on the fencing of their extensive coal lands. About fifteen miles of fencing will l>e used. S. II. Cutler received a telegram from Montpelier which stated 'that his mother was much worse and not expected to live. He took the Montpelier train, accompanied by his son, Joe, for that place to be at her bedside. Kemmerer is to have a new bank and the building it will occupy will The Kemmerer Coal Co., owns the new institution. cost $5000. lufltltnt* Dut «H. Prof. French of the state univer sity writes the Examiner that he, in company with Pres. Blanton and Prof. Miller, will be in Bear Lake county on August 21st to hold farmer's institutes. The first meeting will be held in Pasis on the afternoon of the 21st, also in the evening. Two sessions will be held in the same town on the 22nd, morning and afternoon. In the evening of the 22nd a session will be held in Montpelier. On the 23rd two meetings will be held in St. Charles in the morn ing and afternoon. In the even ing of the 23rd a meeting will bo held in Montpelier. This will give the farmers and stoekraisors of tile valley a chance to attend at least one session. These institutes are fast becom ing a popular institution in the state and everywhere they are largely attended. We hope that in Bear Lake large audiences will greet these professors, as they come prepared to assist the farmers in every way. Further particulars will be given later. SESSION OF THÊ BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Thp Board of Comity Commissioners as a Board of Equalization met pur suant to law on the 24th dsv of July, 1899 at 10 o'clock a. tn. Present Ole Transtrmn. Jr., chairman. Constant Webster and Philemon Lindsay, com missioners and James E. Hart. County Auditor, acting as clerk, when the fol lowing proceedings were had to-wit: The following named citizens appear ed before the Board and claimed that their property had been assessed too high and asked that a reduction be mad?, the affida I Imppearing to the Board upon aws of the respective parties that theirxproperty had been assessed too high ordered that the reduction set opposite each name be made upon the assessment book, Viz: J A Skinner . N M Williams . Charles Bartschi .. Bartschi Brothers .. T C Wallentine. J.TRhoner. .. .... Peter Krogne appeared before the Board and asked that his taxes be re mitted on account of his advanced age. It appearing to the Board that It has no authority, ordered that the application be and the same is hereby denied. Or dered that this board do now adjourn until Monday July 81st. 1RÖ9. Ole Transtrum, Jr., Chairman Co. Comr's : $ 84 00 75 00 50 00 80 00 140 00 42 00 dereä that this board do now adjourn J Ole TraWSTcum j Chairman, < Attest, Attest: James E. Hart, Clerk. The Board of Equalization met pur suant to adjournment at 10 o'clock a. m. July 31st. 1899. All present. The following were the proceedings had to wit: Upon the affidavit of James P. Nowland to the effect that ! his property had been assess ed too high ordered that the same be and it is hereby re duced .. There being no further business, or $89 00 .Tamer E. Fart ■ Clark. l