Newspaper Page Text
WHICH is the BEST Sulky Flow? Why bless your heart, don't you know that? Everybody else does. Don't you remember the time you were look ing at sulky plows at "the other shop, man told you his plow was *9 that the sales Qoob as tbe Gasahap? tt Even competitors use it as the Standard by which to compare their own. not get tbe Stanbarb? True they cost a trifle more than some other-but oh my I We have other kinds as well, also fcHand Plows, Havana Press Drills, another standard article, and all sorts of farm imple ments. It is a pleasure to show goods, a pleasure to explain them. =3 ^ Co-operative Wagon & Machine Co. LEADING IMPLEMENT DEALERS. TPEO, NYSTROM, Manager Montpelier branch. We Want VAI J To Come . . . In and see our New Stock of . . . ..FINE ... MEN'S, BOYS and CHILDRENS. kL j j & It is absolutely new and direct from the factory. It is: made up in the latest and best style and of the very ! best goods. We want you to come in and look it over and get our prices. satisfied that our values are the best in the county. We know you will be more than Un Cents' jfurntsblngs We are showing the finest and most stylish line in the city. We have the latest things in Silk and Linen Shirts, Neckwear. Handkerchiefs, Underwear, hosiery Hat and Caps, Jewelry and General Furnishings. HXIle bave Shoes, too. The finest you ever laid your eyes on for the money. No shoddy stock in our store. All new goods just in. Come in and see our stock and get prices. We will give you real bargains on good goods. Wedel & FjciQser) Next to Con. Imp. Co., store. MONTPELIER, IDAHO Special Rate Western Federation of Mines, Denver, COlo., May 14 to 24th in clusive. For the above occasion a rate of one and one fifth fare is authorised, subject to an attendance of fifty or more who have paid full fare goinp\ Will Rebuild Opera House. At last all doubt about the opera house has been dispelled. Mr. Murray of Butte, chief owner of the old opera house building the city Sunday and Monday, While here he made sfeveral offers to the citizens of Pocatello, regard ing the rebuilding on the old site. One of these was an offer to sell the old property outright and loan $10, 000 at five per cent interest, to apply on rebuilding the burned house, on condition that $5,000 was raised by citizens, proposition that Col. G. A. Hanna ford went to work on and we glad to inform the public that the entire amount of $5,000, has been subscribed and a meeting has been called to night of the subscribers to organize and form a stock company. It is understood that work will be begun at once.—Advance. new was m It was this are Church Gets it In the Neck. Dan Church, the old republican war horse, has been the victim of the moie recent prodigals, Ifft and Robethan. When Pocatello con tingent left last Sunday for Lewis ton, it was understood that Church would be sent as a delegate to Phil delphia without opposition, but Mr. Church who had as much as told his friends that he would be elected, counted his chickens before they Many of the eggs were hatched, were bad, and in the hands of Ifft and Robethan made things smell so uusavorv for Church that he had to retire to pick the shells out of his It is not necessary to add ears. that Robethan got the chickens, Ifft the feathers for his own nest, and That is Church just got the smell. Robethan will go as delegate and Church will stay at homo as alter nate.—Advance. Idaho Falls Gets Cheap Lights. A few days ago the city council let the contract for putting in the electric light plant for the sum of $4000 complete. It is a second hand plant but guaranteed to be in excellent order. It consists of two 350 light each dynamos making 700 16 candle power incandescent lights. One 35 light 120o candle power Arc dynamo with 10 arc lamps complete. Switch Board belting and other attachments complete for the same. Poles tobe set and wired and in good working order. The contract was lot to D. Swine heart, of Pocatello, who is already at work getting the material together and hopes to have it in good running order inside of two months. The council has already set the price for the lights which follows: are as First two incandescent lights 50 cents each per month. Next two lights 40 cents each. The next four lights after the first four 30 each. cents Arc lights to 12 o'clock $8 per month. To burn all night $15. The town will put in 10 arc lights for the streets.—Times. Reduced Railway Rates. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL Charleston, S. C. July 7 to 13th One fare pi us $2.00 for round association 1900. trip. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN St. Paul, Minn. league. July 17 to 19th . One fare for round trip plus Selling dates July 13th and 14th continuous direction. 1900 $2.00. passage in each Final limit July 24th. CONCLAOE KNIGHTS . PYTHIAS. Detroit, Mich. Aug. 27 to Sept. 1. One fare for round trip plus $2.00. Selling date Aug. 23rd and limited to Sept. 9th. passage. 24th Continuous national encampment Chicago, Ills. Aug. 27 to Sept. t 8t One fare round trip. Sellmg date Aug. 28rd and 24th limited Sept. 4th. to SCANDINAVIAN CELEBRATION. For the Scandinavian celebration in Salt Lake on June 15, the Short Line will make a rate of one fare for the round trip. Selling date, June 18 and 14, limited to June 50th Y - Hensley Agt.