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NOVELTY REPAIR SHOP
We Sell The NATIONAL HOT BLAST AND RED OAK HEATER The best heaters on the market. Second hand Stoves Bought Sold and Exchanged. We also make a business of Cleaning and Setting up stoves Sï55555ïï555S$5S55 STOVE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY TiNster & son MONTPELIER, IDAHO. IF YOU THINK Of going east, investigate the advantages offered by the Union Pacific before definitely deciding on your route of travel. You will fimi that its equipment, service and road l>ed are as nearly perfect as can be found, and in addition thereto you reach your destination many hours quicker than via other lines. We can prove this to your entire satisfaction and invite your correspondence. We will giye all inquiries prompt and careful at tention. On August 23-24 we have excursions to Detroit and return at rate of one fare plus $2.00 and to Chicago at one fare for the round 'trip. Call on your nearest O. S. L. agent for further information, or address H.M. Clay, General Agent. Salt Lake City, Utah. Thomson & son. PAINTERS and . . PAPERHANGERS We have recently opened a new shup in Montpelier, two doors east of Jones Meat Market where ' have a fine line of Paints, oils, and Painters Sundries. Wall Papers from 4 cents up. If you have any work in our line call and let us figure on it. We save you money. Montpelier, Idaho. we can THE HOWIE INSURANCE C _ J > CTF UTAH. . Fire and Ctjclo lieber «I. tirffiti, l»jg fiffk * // / v ' Insur^ novy^rfe i£jj& too late. Jfte£Ïhe Lowest. R • Aiso Agent 1er Salt Lake Heraid and" the Juvenile Instructor. - • 4. 3. Barrett, Agent. Won (pelier Ida b» Lost. Lost, strayed or stolen, one bay horse branded quarter circle R on i thigh, one sorrel horse with ! m &ne. Ihe bay horse is ; known as the "Rowley" horse and the other as the "Holmes" horse. Return to J. A. Bagley and ceive reward. re eastward The Great Salt Lake Route. The traveler, tourist or business man is wise when ha selects th Rio Grande Western Railway, "Great Salt Lake Route," for his route to the East, transcontinental line passing di rectly through Salt Lake City, and in addition to the glimpse it affords of the Temple City, the Great Salt Lake and the picturesque Salt Lake and Utah valleys, it offers the choice of three distinct through the mountains and the most magnificent scenery in the world. Treble daily train service and through Pullman and Tourist sleeping cars between Los Angeles San Francisco, Denver and Chica go, in connection with the Ogden line of the Southern Pacific Co. For pamphlets descriptive of the "Great Salt Lake Route," write F. W. Thompson, General Agent, C25 Market St., San Francisco or Geo. W. Heintz, General Passenger Agt. Salt Lake City. e It is the only routes Notice. Business is business. I>ry Goods oM r Lr d "'-r,! Ii 1r talks. The Bear Lake Hide Junk house opposite depot, is not trading in dry goods but we will pay SPOT CASH on every day's market quotations for Hides, Petls, Wool and Furs. M. II. Sacks, Manager. Nov. For Sale Cheap. Three shorthorn bulls and two heifers all coming 2 years old These animals are good ones, and must lie sold. For prices write C. IÏ. Brown, Liberty, Ida 26 ' Thanksgiving Proclamation. Governor Steunenberg has issued his Thanksgiving proclamation. It is as follows: Thanksgiving, 1900.—State of Idaho, executive office.—Iu conformity with a beautiful custom and in grateful recog nition and acknowledgment to Al mighty God of the favors and blessings which He, in His bountifulness, has conferred upon our state during the past year, I hereby appoint and desig nate Thursday, the 29th day of Novem ber A. D. 1900, as a day of prayer and thanksgiving. Peaefe and order have reigned in our fair commonwealth, on every hand are evidences of progress and material development and we have great cause to be thankful to Him "from whom all blessings flow." I, therefore, earnestly request and recommend that this day be appropriately observed throughout our state. Done at Boise, the capital, this 9th day of November, A. D. 1900. Frank Steunenberg. By the governor. Mart Patrie, secretary of state. A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's Life. Mr. H. H. Black, the well known villiage blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sullivan Co., N, Y., says: "Our little son, five years old, has always been sub ject to croup, and so bad have the at umnv \ tacks been that we have feared times that he would die. We have had the doctor and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. It seems to dis solve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symp toms appear we hkve found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets There is no danger in givfng this remdy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Hoover's Drug Store. settled. tf Wlnter Course In the B. Y . College, Logan. Opens November 12, 1900. Thorough work offered in Theology, Grammar, Reading, Geography, U. S. History and Pen manship. An experienced teacher in charge. Entrance fee $10.00. Yours truly, Brigham Young College, by H. Bullrn, Jb., Secretary. Arithmetic, Plose Lewis, worthy A * Ancient Sage, /^ffera here a story to write on hiatory 's '-'page: perfect ia hia atock of General ^ Merchandise, pjach man and woman ■-^according to their size: I eader, he ia ia thia, hia chosen occupation; E very tribe he pleases, of l>oth State and Nation : VVfhatever place you migrate whithersoever go, I t'a very plr.in you'll not forget Mont ■pelier, Idaho, C° well do all, The Leader, Moae ^Lewi8, know. son of the he can suit , or Dressmaking Parlors. Miss Anna Michel will Monday open dressmaking parlors in the building opposite Mose Lewis' store, where she will be glad to have ladies who wish anything in this line to call on her. Only lat ent styles and best work. next ♦ The Boss Liar. While strolling in the woods near Maywood, Illinois Charles Westcott, president of the villiage, found a re markable work of nature. Upon the white surface of a large piece of fungus at the foot of an old dead tree there was drawn an artistic pastoral scene, close examination bv the aid of a powerful glaas, Mr. Westcott says, proves beyond a doubt that the draw ing is the work of nature. The picture represents a comfortable farmhouse and grounds. The barn doors stand open, displaying the well filled granaries and haymow, fat stock stand in the fields and the farmer, pros perous looking, is at the t-ate ready to mount a well laden farm wagon filled with the fruits of his industry. If the professor was a McKinley man, the chances are that, by listen ing closely, he could have heard the farmer yelling, "Hurrah for Mc Kinley." Why not. make up a first class lie while you are about it. A Must be Slightly Off. The United States has gone republi can—overwhelmingly so. Mr. McKin ley is again elected president. This means much for the laboring man. It means that he can secure employment everywhere and at anv time. But it means much more to the state of Idaho It means the investment of no less than $20,000,000 in the state—all of it eastern capital. It means the building of the Midland railroad and the consequent development of our mines in that tion trayersed by the railroad, most fortunate for Idaho that the tion went republican, but a trifle un fortunate that the state went for the fusionists.—Siftings. see It in na Brother Wheeler must be suffer ing a slight mental aberration. The Pocatello Tribune, that divinely i spired sheet in the Gate City, Idaho has been set baok ui says ten years by electing a fusion administration to conduct affairs. Wheeler jmd Ifft ought to get gether and compare notes befo advertizing the election results Idaho. to re on SIX MILLION f DOLLARS SPENT By the e UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. In improving what was originally the finest track in the west. RESULT A comparatively straight and ieyel roadbed ballasted with dustless Sherman Granite rendering ble the highest rate of speed gether with the greatest degree of safety. The magnitude of the work must be seen to be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleas ure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so you cannot afford to any other than this ROYAL HIGH WAY. Further information application personally or by letter ' to F. B. Choate, General Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. 's posai - to go yia on Two years more of an economical people state administration. The can stand it.