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TELEPHONE Is in firstcla&s order. Offices at J. R. Brennan's, MontpeKer. 34. Rosenbaum's, Ovid. J. R. Shepherd's, Paris. Rates Reasonable. For a Firstclass HAIRCUT or SHAVE Go to Pete Fuller's Shop FINE BATHS. PitOFESSIONAL CARDS. j£ E. CHALMERS, Attorney at Law. Blackfoot Idaho A. HOOVER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, MONTPELIER, : : : : IDAHC R. E. F. GUYON, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Office, over Riter Bros. Drug store. Montpelier. Idaho. J A. BAG LEY, Attorney at Lavr. Defenses in Criminal Cases a .S peciality. MONTPELIER IDAHO rp L. GLENN, Attorney X^aw* Practices in all tho Courts of Idaho. MONTPELIER. : : : IDAHO Denver & Rio Grande RAILWAY. Three personally conducted tourist or family weekly excursions to New York City ami Boston via Chicago or st Louis. ! For rates, descriptive pamphlet, and all Information applv to nnr Ticket Agent or to, 8. K. Hooper, G. P. * T P "Scenic Line of the World:" Ihe best line to Glenwood Springs, Lead ville, Cripple Creek, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver and all points East. TIME CARD Between Grand Junction and Denver. Effective February, aï, 1900. Train No.6 Train No. 2 | Train No 4 ChicftKo Limited Denver | At Ian tie Express ; Express 1:15 pm I 2 20" I 8 35 12 2T»aiH :t 22 " I 7 0i) " 4 05 pm ] 12 40 I Lv. Oiptei» .. .7~I3am ** Halt Lake.. S TU " ... 9 1.H " 7'i)0 pm 8 05 - !) 15 551 nta 8 47 " • l*ri)*o ArGrnnd June. 3.20pm " (Jlenn wuod.. S Oil " " Lead ville It 55 " ipplolk. *50 « " Pueblo. 4 41" - Coin. Spy».. 0 OH " '• Denver ! I < n 5 22 pm 7 • 4R 8 r> eo '> 1 » New and elegant, dining ears on all through trains, service a la carte. Thron tfh Pullman tuie family sleeping ears ta Chicago. . A. Denver, Colo,, B. F. Kevin», General Atrent, Halt Lake City Utah, If. M. Cnehing, Trav. Pass. Agent, Salt Lake City Uta! . I 6ftLL FOR WARRANTS. Current Expensi» warrants to and in cluding No 741 of Series 1899 end 1900 are redeemable Interest on said war rants cease on April Oti*, 1900. L. T. Sheptierde. County Treasurer. "OUR NATIVE HERB TAB LETS." Tbe Great Blood Purifier. Kidney and Liver Regulator. Guaranteed bj our REGISTERED GUARAN TEE to cure all diseases arising from Impure Btood and inactive Liver or Kidnevs. 200 DAY'S TREATMENT $1.00 The dollar back it cured. you are not H. B. Latham, Agent, Geogetown, Idaho. ffl c J' =9 Aiter the Sun and wind have made their marks on your face you'll ap predate our fLORflL CREAM We pride ourselves on our selec tion of the very beat in all the lied lines of exquisite lotions*soaps, perfumes, toilet waters, brashes, etc Price* of all are very moderate RITER BROS. DRUG 60. Logan, Utah, FrankliR, Preston and MONTPELIER. lDfUIO. va I The •F People'* il M. Favorite * ° * PlCTOBVh V The Great Overland Route, the IJniou Pacific R £, is a strictly Up to date" transportation line and it offers its patrons unequaled service. Please bear in mind the follow ing undisputed facts: That by using the Union Pacific you will save many hours time to all eastern points; therefore the time you save is equal to money earned. The Pioneer Dining Car line of tbe west, and the only line east from Ogden with buffet, Snook and Library ears, through Pulling man vestibufed palace and ordinary Sleeping cars. Free reclining chair cars with no change to the Mis souri river and Chicago and only one change to New York. As the lowest rates to all points . T * a Union Pacific why not ^ preference to any other Detailed^ information of eve T ^. relating to railroad and m transportation will be P rom P t J^ r and cheerfully furuisbedmhem on application to H. M. Clay, General Agent. 201 Main Street Salt Lake Citv,Utah. a » % T. er yet «1 Awfal A W < There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an opera tive startling words heard <t tion. by Mrs. I. B. Hunt of Lima Ridge, Wis. irons her doctor after he had vainlv tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice. Gall stones had formed and she con it ware stantly grew worse. Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her. Its a wondertnl Stomach, Liver and Kidney remedy. Cures Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite. Try it. OnlyöOcts. Guaranteed. For sale by Riter Bros. Drug Co. Teachers Examination The next examination of teachers for county certificates, will be held Thursday, May 31st, 1900, at the Court House, Paris, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Questions in School Law will be taken from Chapter 8. Questions in State Constitution from Article 9. Annie Osmond. Be war« of a Cough. A cough is not a disease, but a symp Consumption and bronchstis, tom. which are the most dangerous and fatal diseases, have for their first indication a persistent cough, and ii properly treated as soon as this cough appears ara easily cured. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully suc cessful, and gained its wide reputation and extensive sale by its success in cur ing the diseases which cause coughing. If it is not beneficial it will not cost a eent. For Sale by Hoover's Drug Store. yon The Lodges Suffer. At the Schofield mine disaster the lodges lost heavily. The following is the list: PYTHIAN DKAl>. The dead of the Knights of Pythias arc Robert Ferrish, James Jenkins, John Hunter, John X. Lloyd, Dan iel Pitmann, John Pitmann, John R. Price, William Parmley, Wil liam C. Reese, Frank Straug, Joseph S. Thomas, John Webber, James Ferrins. Webber, Hunter, Reese and Jenkins each had $1,GU0 insurance in the endowment rank. Ratbhone lodge had fourty-four members, of which there are thirtv left. m . /OAn , onn fellows' dead. The Odd Fellows killed Wm. Parmley, John James, C. Ed wards, S. Pacific Id, J. T. Hardy, T. Padfield, Joe Sutherland, Padfield, Wm. Pugh, Ed Streeh, Lee Gordon, Alex Wilson, George Wilson, J. DellcUf, T. II. Reilly, Ben Lloyd, D. Illings worth, T. Braden, W illiani Goode, and broth er given name unknown. In addition to these there several Masons, Workmen Woodmen, whose names have not. naiven. were D. were and yet / ^y^ètabs Given A way. îyone who wants slabs can have free if they will take them away before June 1st. j _^i>hn Mïunîg / ^—Nomian S&wmilL ' A New Appointment. Hou. James A. McGee of this, place has been appointed to repre sent the national democratic execu tive committee in this state with the authority to solicit funds for it* fund of 1900. of national campaign Mr. McGee lias accepted the apjmint ment and will at onec begin the to work. He has also the power select whatever assistants tbrough the state that he may deem necessary.—Nampa Leader. out DEMOCRATIC CALL Democratic Primaries will be held in the various Precincts of Bear Lake Co on Saturday evening the 19th of May, for the purpose of electing delegates to> aOounty Convention tobe held in Mont pelier opera house on Monday May âlst. at It a. m. 1 he object of this Conven tion is to elect sixteen delegates to the Lewiston State Convention which will be held on the 5th of June 1900. At this Convention six delegates will be elacted to attend the National nominal* ing Convention at Kansae City on July 4, 1900. Also at the County Convention above referred to, sixteen delegates will be elected to attend the State Nominat ing Convention to be held in Pocatello, July 17,1900. DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENT««:. East Montpelier_ West Montpelier_ Bennington.. Georgetown.___ Dingle. , Thomas Fork.. Nttphur..... Fish Hawn. Ovid.. Liberty.. Noonan . St. Charles,___ Bloomington.... Paris ... Eight-Mile__ Wardboro.. Berne... Lanark.... Crow Creek_ .. .* _4 4 4 5 ...4 . .8 «V 1 O» •» t I . .î At the above primaries members for the new county central committee will be chosen, under the *nei)t, as follows : new apportimv FOa CENTRAL COMMITTEE Fish Haven. St Chartes^. .. Bloomington,_ Paris. Liberty... Lanark.. Ovid.. East Mon tpefier tV est Montpelier Dingle..* Thomas Fork. Ni^phttir. Benufoyton. Georgetown__ NoiToan. Eight-Mile_ V\ arilboro..... N... Liberty_ ■* . 4 ..J* 5 ..Ï ..1 .5. .d . .> O* 1 . 2 i • • » —i t C.. A'al -I. ANTI NR, Chairraan. L- T. Shepherd, Secy A K<; * M t u *»r Ilvuln. 4 oor best feelings, yrnir <»> tW perfect «tie» .,f J m . s "!"* Liv,,r - I>r-Kh«. a N«, Lite ral "*«•««» strength. . P,l >* bram, high ambition, a 2 r > «'ll make clear con t box being.. vou feel l ike ^ at R:t er Bros. a new Dm * Co. Pute Job Work at this office.