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Ætacbine Company. Watch for our Announcement of Stewart Steel Ranges & Heaters. Will have the LARGEST DISPLAY Ever in the City; CO-OP W. & M. CO. Montpelier, Idaho J. D. FIFE, Mngr. jxpM r*r J ue'Mr*xr v x r MrjmrJWMF „x n .ss;yjfWA j» \- v...s, < i Fine Watch Repalrina; ' 8 ft * and ADJ. •t < .a BY . . f I y £1. Iherman, S / t MONTPELIER. ŸÆrjarjtrjtÊM* IDAHO-; Land Matters. Final proofs, land entries, contests and everything pertaining to land mat ters attended to by G. Spongberg. In quire at Bank of Montpelier, or at his résidence in Montpelier. All kinds of legal papers for conveyancing drawn. a I 17 LOCAL NEWS. D- B. McCoy, manager of the Con., Imp., Co., is in Salt Lake. Jelly Tumblers 40 cts dozen at H. B Whitman's. Tohn Brennan is repairing his cellar witjh a concrete floor and cement walks. The Bittner Theater Co., at the opera house Friday and Saturday evening. Cotton Blankets from 50 cents to $ 1.50 pair at H. B. Whitman's Father Thomas a well known Catholic priest of Iduho, has been adjudged insane and sent to Blackfoot. The celebrated Georgetown Creamery butter for sale at Fuller's Green Groc 26 26 31 ery. J. H. McBrayer (the original) and Franklin Co s. Rye at the Palace Sa loon. TO TRADE—A 2} Bain wagon near ly new for 3 or 31 wagon. Apply at this office. 17 The best butter in Idaho, Georgetown Creamery at Fuller's Green Grocery. 31 On the first page of to-day's Exami ER will be found a beautiful descrip i.ve article on Dewey Day in New York. Why use inferior beer when you can get yonr choice of leading brands at »fee Palace Saloon! A great many people will leave for alt Lake to-day and to-morrow to at tend conference and the Utah fair. See my 10-eent counter. I have lately ! added several good values Whitman. / Fred Cruikshank has arrived in / Chicago, and as soon as he is able, will resume his journey homeward jn search of health. y Qo to Hoover's Drug Store for Meverything you want in the medicine and notion line. H. B. 26 21 Dress and working shirts in endless variety and at bedrock prices at H. «YVhitmnn'e. • J a daughter of Anton Madsen, of /Bloomington, broke her left arm yester She was brought to this city and B 21 day. Dr. Hoover set the fracture. We have just received a fine line of watches, standard makes. We can money on time pieces. See new save yon them at Wedel & Hansen s. Why pay $40 to $60 for a Sewing Machine when yon can buy a Royal machine of Sam Lewis for »22.60. They are warranted for 10 years. Call 1 Th" Fair. 24 v f them. •eft Mrs. Lyons presented her husband with a bouncing boy Friday. Attorney General Hays says that all school districts in the state must use the books provided by the text book commission and none other. I Cotton batting and quilt lining, also an elegant line of outing flannel- at bed rock prices. H. B. IFliitman. John Jones, son of Jacob Jones, is the happy father of bouncing twin girls, born last Sunday morning. Mother and babies doing well. We are swamped with orders for the Champion Draw Cut Mower. They arc the best. Co op \V. & M. Co. /Marriage licenses were issued Sunday to Alonzo R. Lennington 25, and Susan I. Dixon. 18, both of Afton, Wyoming; John R. George 24, and Martha Folliek 19, both ol Dingle Idaho. ^ \V^ ><ve tin: finest line of table syrups ever brought to Montpelier, put up in fruit sealing cans. At H. B. Whit man's. Those who have failed to gather a lot of black haws and make jelly from them have missed a rare treat. The jelley from these berries is delicious, and the trees are loaded with fruit this year. Use gilt edge butter from the George town Creamery. For sale at Fuller's Green Grocery. George Moore, brother-in-law of Chas. E. Harris, and family arrived from Cassia county Sunday. Mr. Moore will locate in Bear Lake county if a favorable opening is found. , Every woman can be her own house 17 painter and decorator by using Queen Bee Ready Mixed Paints at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Several parties left Montpelier for Pocatello Thursday to meet the re turning volunteers. Among the pas sengers were Mrs. Jacob Smith and daughter. Mrs. Smith has a son in Company G of Pocatello. We have just put in a large line of dishes. These goods are all of first quality and will be sold cheap. Jones & Son. Dr. Lovejoy reports the arrival this morning of a new baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gesas. Mother and child doing well and Harry is kindly remembering his friends.— Kemmeier Camera Qo to Hoover's Drug Store for everything you want in the medicine and notion line. 26 21 21 31 31 at in for 29 B. 15 21 of B 21 21 of M. H Sacks, from Salt Lake city, the can well known buyer, has established the See Bear Lake hide and Jnnk house in Montpelier, in Dnnc. McLennan's old i store on Front street. He will be ready for businessfthe 1st of October. Will : buy hides of all kinds, and«junk of all Call descriptions and pay the highest prices 24 ' n c ' ul 'h b' r same. 30-2 The go vorn or hr..- a ted Joseph Clark of Idaho Falls & ; ms tea of the Albion Normal school in place of C'hes- j Call, resigned, and Benjamin F. | Mahoney of Cassia county, a member of same board vice J. E. Harronn, resigned. Pi>' ^ ou have furniture that noods paint and varnishing, ready mired paints for it at Riter Bros Drug Co. It you want to save from 76 to 26 see Dish pans, fruit preserving H. B. Whitman's. Get some of those 29 cent, on granite ware, call and stock, kettles, etc. 21 For reliable dental work and reason able prices, go to Dr. Holbrook, the specialist on seamless crown and bridge work. Office next to Hoover's Drag Store. I have a big lot of coats, of the latest styles and elegant goods, that must be closed out cheap to make room for new stock, gain. Miss Nellie Qnayle has opened Dress Making Parlors in Mrs. Ellen Donglas' Store, next door to Hoff's Butcher Shop, work, having learned the trade in Salt Lake and Logan. W. G. Shannon of Salt Lake City is repairing the baggage room this week the Short Line depot, taking up the space in the walls and ceiling caused shrinkage of lumber, was foreman of the force of workmen who built the depot last fall.— Küm merer Camera. Come m if you want a big bar Mose Lewis, The Leader. 30 She does excellent 30-tf Mr. Shannon Onr line of Gloves and Mits both for Fall & Winter is abso con with honest goods. H. B. BS ■ l M4 lutely complete. • Prices the lowest sistent Whitman. 82 We are headquarters for white lead, boiled oil. colors ground in oil, de colors, and the following ready mixed paints: Carriage varnish painty fur niture and house paints. In fact any thing in the paint line, and brushes too. Riter Bros. Drug Co. Our stock of glassware, water sets and berry sets was never more complete. All of the latest styles and handsomest patterns. At H. B. Whitman's. 29 21 It may be a little early but before you buy yonr men's or boy's caps for winter, give me a call. From 25 cents apiece, to $1.15. H. B. Whitman. 28 Thousands of pairs of shoes below cost at Mose Lewis. The Lender. They must be gotton out of the way for new goods. Come in and get a snap of a bargain. Our immense stock Underwear must be reduced to make room for new goods. Prices have been cut lower than ever on these goods. Now's your chance. Mose Lewis, The Leader. Dr. II. Bockstrom, D. D. S., is now located in Paris permanently. Will extract teeth absolutely without pain by the use of ODONTUNDER, leaving no bad effects. High grade dentistry in all branches of the proffession. Paris. Idaho WANTED—-We will pay $12.00 a week salary to either a man or woman to represent the Midland Monthly Magazine as a subscription solicitor. The Midland is the same size as Mc Clures or the Cosmopolitan. It is now in its sixth year and is tha only Maga zine of this kind published in the great Central West. A handsome Jpremium given to each subscriber. Send 10 cts. for a copy of the Midland and premium list to the Twentieth Century Publish-1 ing Co., St. Louis, Mo. 30 80 ! t You who are going to build and want a GOOD Quality of DOORS and SASH drop into the. , , I Sidney Stevens inclement company ; and see their stock of Builders Material. We intend to keep up our record for Good Goods and will duplicate prices asked by other concerns for inferior lines. We want all the trade if we can get it. Let us liflure on your order Prices are low SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT CO. J. S. Barrett, Manager. Montpelier, Idaho _ ceiveil a larir.- lin, the east, Saturday, •>iia.< .uid a i y pi t re. of Millinerv, from j ; Lv.v.n- bnililing Call fn the opposite Hoover s drug store. and ;c them next Onr stock of glass is complete any | size and strength, cut to order. Bros. Drug Co. a » I Judge Mayhew has grunted the writ - of habaes corpus sued for by H. M. I Wooley, and ordered him released from ! custody. Kit I r Wooley was convicted of ! violating the law that says notices ' must be posted on mining claims show- 1 ing that the necessary work has been done as provided by law. hew says he thinks the law unconsti tutional. Judge May Special Shirt Sale. This week I am offering a fine line of shirts at the low price of 60 cents each. These goods are worth more money, but I want to close them out. Call quick. 28 II. B. Whitman. EXAMINATION POSTPONED. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to instructions received from the Htnte superintendent of public instruction, the teachers examination called for October 6th, 1899, has been postponed till November. Respectfully, Annie Osmond, County Superintendent. (Xburcb Services. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thursday evening October 5tli month ly Missionary meeting at 7::i0 o'clock. Young peoples Christian association at 8:10 oclock. Sunday services October 8th. both school at worship at 11 I Lives as Rivers." Evening w-orship at 7:30, subject:— "God and Arithmetic." Rev. Charles O. Mudge. Pastor. Sab 10 o'clock. Morning clock, subject:—''Our CATHOLIC CHURCH. Oct. 8, twentieth Sunday after Pen Sermon I tecost. Holy mass at 10:30, oil the horrible crime of perjury. □ Christian doctrine at 2.-30 p. m. Daily service at 8:30 a. ni. Rev. W. J. A. Hf.ndrickx, President of Priests' League of Idaho. Remarkable Rescue Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111., makes the statement, that she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated tor a month by her family physician, but grew worse, her she was a hopeless victim of con I sumption and that no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. Kin . 's New Discovery for consumption, she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefit ted from first dose-, she continued its use and after taking six bottles, found herself sound and well ; now does her own housework, am! as well ns she ever bottle of this Great Discovery at Riter Bros. Dreg Co. large bottles 50 cents and U 00. v 11 to:d Lis stock two years ago.-—States as.—Free t rial 6 Didn't Exhibit C. H. Brown of Montpelier, who had a fine exhibit of slieep at the fair two years ago is a fair visitor. He states that ha had a very fine exhibit of animals for exhibition this year but, after waiting at Mont pelier two days for a car gave up tlie undertaking, very much pleased with the fair, lie says that he was much benefited by the advertisement that it gave Mr. Brown is man. y . .n P • %is •-» fâ-îù •->.:•§ -is>isii3 'ü ■ V» » - c- • ' saisine ! •/* *. - q ? i f.H ! III l Mi i ft'. * «» l!| m W m lie w Vif Ml fù\ ni w Û i w fi) • • iv My Stock is in and it will bo a pleasured $\for you to examine it. JjjLow Prices coupled with Big Values, (îMs the Combination that wins your Traded ^in my Elegant Assortment of Spring and (PSummer Novelties in m m W it* fié m w m fié it) w 0; m Ü) 2 Dry, Goods Groceries w ffi fié Slices, Hats, Gaos, ffi fi) ils d pr r iii 1 » fié m lié id 1 , ! i notions, Etc.® m fit ffi fi) 7 I offer a splendid line of Hi $\Goods at fairest figures. f fi If you want a little better article at aity (ft ijjl ^yiittle lower price than you expected toyji ffi pay, come to my store. ffi h Graded Ï-. ( fi W» fié (fi fit \J> A fié e 9 à m fis •î ffi fié ibliDi 1 ) ->9 uâr- w? tar sir «tr- «r «r <sr- tsr- ar ar. ss? Lf : Sk C.'i cr c 1 tctaebfniltsn lire ant totb street. -> K / I 4 HE . . b Palace Saloon. % /, / % t ' J. F. O'CONNOR. PROP. / < V / / i i m jfinest vaincs, liquors an& Cionvs. MONTPELIER. IDAHO. m S. Ii. THOMPSON, Prest. F. !.. La RUß. (1. C. UR AY. Cashier. Vice-Prest. BANK OF MONTPELIER. « MOYmil.IBK, IDAHO. Cnpitnl Paki-Up Stock - - - fÿüO.OOO Iaterest Paid on Time Dcpositn Incorporated in 1891 under the, Ians of the. State of Idaho, D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER — m ALL WORK KNOWN TO MON DEUX DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASON ADLE. MONTPELIER. Are ttandiino tîie lollowiiuj Goods ! fU Lowest Prices A full Line of . . À Fancy Groceries, Shillings Best Baking Powder, Coffees and Ex tracts, Tubs, Buckets and Wash Boards. A FULL LINE OF FISNING TACKLE, A full line of the best and most Stylish Jewelry in Town. Knives and Forks and Pocket Knives in any Number. Fruits and Green Vegetabias. TOBACCOS AXD SMOKERS' AKTICLIIS. Men's Fancy Shirts and Ties. Toilet Articles and many other Xotions. WEDEL & HANSEN.