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/ T A Nc * store - '"'^jcntion / ' am Wl3 an ^ Jacob Lock» bave < p ii(d a store at Idaho Falls, and *' ul * Locks who will have charge of it, left Monday for that place open up the business. The" Ms l< alls people will find / I to in Mr. Locks a most pleasant and wide-a-wake citizen, and likewise a hustler for trade. Jake's many friende here predict success for him in the Falls city. Tortured a Witness. Intense suffering was endured by wit ness T. L. Martin, of Dixie, Ivy., before he gave this evidence: "I coughed every Jihdit until my throat then tried Dr. King's New Discovery which gave instant relief, it in my family for four years and re commend it as the greatest remedy for Coughs, Co ds, and nil Throaf, Chest and Lung troubles, worst rough, and not only prevents but absolutely cures Consumption. hOe and $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at Riter Bros. Drug Co. nearly raw; was I have used It will stop the Pi ice Girl Wanted. Wanted a good girl for general housework. Good wages to right party. Apply to M. H. Sachs, Bear Lake Hide & Junk House. 13 Ought to Take a Tumble. The Moscow Mirror says that politics have been injected into the management of the University, and it cites the fight at Moscow primar ies as evidence of this fact. Wpll. all we have to say is, that if there is any politics in the manage ment of the University it has been injected by the people of Moscow, and it effects only those who live there. It cuts no figure with the rest of the board. They will not al low, and have not, any politics in the management of the institution. However, the matter only shows the pure cussedness of some of the people in Moscow". They seem de termined to bring the Universiry in to disrepute by tangling it up in all kinds of local scraps. The-only re lief will be found when no regent» are appointed from Moscow. As far as we know the two from there now are capable, honest men, but in spite of all they can do, local fights are engendered m which the Univer sity is always made to suffer. In conclusion, w r e want to sound a note of warning to Moscow resi dents, and that is that, unless- they leave the University out of their local scraps, representation on the board, in the future. of the way things are stirred up there and the people of the University city had better take a tumble t© themselves. I Moscow will have no The people are getting tired The E. W . Beckwith Case. On Wednesday afternoon the pre liminary examination of Erwin W. Beckwith on tlte charge of grand held before Justice John larceny was Snowball. Prosecuting Attorney L. N. French appeared for tlte prose '"'^jcntion and Attorney John A. Bag *b?v> of Montpelier, for the defend e, V John A- Beckwith and Wm, Lauder were placed on the witness stjïnd for the prosecution. They "testified that the défendent came to them and said he had not done the right thing by them but had stolen some of their cattle. When asked as to how many, he stated he thought the numbei would not exceed 40 head. They then came to an under standing as to the value of the cattle and Mr. Beckwith made a partial payment for the value of the cattle, but failed to make a final payment. Much of this was brought out in the cross examination. The complaint in the case charges that he stole 10 head of cattle and no connection was shown to exist between this 10 head and 40 for which partial pay ment was made. Then again the interested parties claim that at no time was Mr. Beckwith given to understand that there would be no I prosecution. After hearing the evidence and the arguments by the attorneys, Justice Snowball held Mr. Beckwith for trial before the District Court. Bail was set at $2,500 and O. J. Spencer, Robert McKinnon, Alex. Brown, Walter Norris and Thomas Wilson went his security.—Randolph News. Work on Idaho Midland. Active work was begun on the Idaho Midland's railroad today. This is the line that is projected from Boise to Butte. A crowd from Boise witnessed the initial ceremony. The first shovelful of dirt was thrown by Mrs. Thomas W. Bates, wife of the promoter of the enterprise. Mr. Bates, in an interview, said: The Idaho Mid land will be built, the money neces sary for its-construction having been I arranged for. We will drive the golden spike in Butte, signalizing the completion of the road, inside of three years. i i » Pretty Tough. The Shorapites endeavor to stir up a little enthusiasm "for the grand old man of Idaho' T at every oppor tunity, but behind it all can be seen the desire for spoils and not real enthasiasm. Senator Shoup and Senator Ueitfeldt have both served the state tt> the extent of their capac ity, but the people of the state want more capacity and les» pie distribut ing.—Moscow Mirror, (Rep.) Yes, But It Won't. Secretary Snow says that Wyoming yrill take rank as the greatest! wool pro ducing state in the Union-. The num ber of sheep in the state he estimated at 3,600,000, with an average dip of 7.75 pounds. Montana comes next with 3,186,000 sheep, with an average clip off 6.8 pounds. Mr. Snow sa ys our greatest need now is large wool* warehouses where the clip can be stored to- protect the grower from the commission This years clip ought to- bring 20 cents, — DiamonâviU© News. \ es, indeed. Wool ought to 20 cents, but it w©n r t this year nor uext man. bT j ng ^11^44:44444444444444444444^. f|\ ^ ** ^•* , * > **5**«^*^*Sl^ Spring Arrival 4> y 41 . . OF THE $ i FINEST goods and 41 w 41 w .. BEST VALUES. 41 * 41 & 41 w 41 pleasure^ My Stock is in and it will be ipfor you to examine it. jjLow Prices coupled with Big Values, ®Js the Combination that wins your Traded jLin my Elegant Assortment of Spring andl^f ^Summer Novelties in W a 41 * ' w * 41 $ Dry, Goods Groceries, Slioes, Hats, Gaps, FHrnistiing Goods, Carpets, Notions, Etc.* * & 41 Yfe 41 * 41 it* 41 41 41 iff » ib I offer a splendid line of High Graded WGoods at fairest figures. •jj If you want a little better article at a^ Xlittle lower price than you expected to^ . ^pay, come to my store. w w John R. Brennan. * Montpelier, idatiol ib ib \ to 41 To Sheep and Game Men fl»UH—^ Be sure and call at the Bear Lake Hide and Junk House, in Montpelier, for SALT, SUL PHUR and LIME^ which we are selling at the Lowest Prices. We are paying the high est market price for Hides, Pelts and Furs. M. H. SACHS, Manager We are also buying old rubber, copper, iron, etc. Cornet of mta»binaton Ävc —nn& loti) street. m % W V Ê ä Sv J HE . . w y ff '%>. * Palace Saloon. *• SI «I» * y A. V % 5 $ 6 % F. O'CONNOR, PROP. 4 A w,i v'; 4 A s i tb'. *.:* %/ fine&t Miriez, Xtquor* anfc Cigars MONTRE LFER. IDAHO. h: % 2* & A. ■ V Ban^ of Montpelier CAPITAL,-Fully Pa»d, $20,000 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. -OFFICERS amd DIRECTORS : J. W. STONER, VlceTres. 6. 5PÖNGBEBG* fUsL Gasikc. G. 6. GRAY. Gastëer. iG. E, SHETLAND. Pres. G. WEBSTER. IDAHO. MONTPELIER!