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at ai 4 -u Don't forget that we still handle the Kirkendall shoes, and cur stock this snrin" is larger than ever. These are the shoes you get your money's worth H. B N'hitman 51 S&f: **•*% LOCAL NEWS. , GftfGt f» ( * The public schools are closed to-day honor of Washington's birthday. W For tbe purest of drugs and toilet preparations goto Riter Bros. Drug I Cc 52 / Both Moso Lewis and his baby boy * have been on the sick list this week. Justin, a lovely assortment of toilet soaps, Sweet's New Store. à Raymond Baker, of Ogden, expert piano and organ tuner and repairer is in town. Watch for our vegetable window next at Sweet's New Store. 52 52 w /Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gray returned 'from their visit to Boise Tuesday morn ing. Weltave some elegant Cod Fish that will arrive in a few days. Sweet's New Store. 52 Attorney Chalmers was in town Monday on court business before Judge Rich. Our stock of liquors for family and adicinal use is unexcelled in Idaho. iter Bros. Drug Co. m 52 Judging by recent events it is be coming unpopular to take, steal and carry away hay stacks in the bottoms. Our prescription department is our specialty. Prescriptions compounded Riter Bros. Drug Co. 52 day or night. . Miss Gracie Malone, niece of Michael ) Alalone, died last week in Omaha, and j /was buried from St. Patrick's church I j in Kansas City. The young lady was here on a visit in the fall of 189*9. TAULER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT is no panacea,but is recommend These it will cure. cd for Piles only. Price 50cents in bottler; Tubee, 75 cts r at Riter Bros. Drug Co. A heavy snow fall took place Tuesday night and all day Wednesday the was one lake of slush. However, the fall did thousands of dol tora worth of good to old Bear Lake. in wear. Lent began on the 20th of this month, It will continue nn Servieos were held Asb Wednesday. * til Easter Sunday. ^ in the Catholic church last Wednesday. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—I Lave lost a steer calf, 14-months old. Red and white spotted, full horns, branded T 8 on left ribs, to Ernest Bl&ser and be rewarded. Montpelier, Idaho. Please return A'rumor was current thi3 week that alt 'the Jape employed by tbe Short Line were te be discharged and white men put in their places. It ia doubtful if the rumor is true. Frequently accidents occnr in the household, which cause burns, cuts, sprains ami braises. For use in euch BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT been the constant cases has for many years favorite family remedy, and 50 cents. Riter Bros. Drug Co. Priee 25 cents Ovrr hats are .the latest and nobbiest brought to Montpelier. They are absolutely correct in style and up*to And the Look at the ever date in every particular, prices are $1.25 and up. H. B. Whitman. 51 stock. Children who troubled with Worms are pale in tlie face, fretful^ by spells, restless in sleep, have blue rings around their eye», bad dreams, variable appetite, and pick the nose. V\ HITE > fVREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and éxpel these | a rast tes. For sate by Riter Bros. Drug Co. * are price 25 cents. State Commissioner Barfett treat to Boise yesterday morning. Beautiful new line of working shirts at 50 to 86 cents at H. B. W hitmans. 51 FOR SALE—Partridge cochin and Light Brahmas. Call quick if you want some thoroughbred chickens. Geo. Dana. Hyma Lewis was the guest of Mose Lewis, from Pocatello, this week. Eastlake cheviats the very best that money can buy all the latest patterns, at H B. Whitmans. Don't fail to see that new line of p r cales at H. B Whitmans, in stripes and dots. These are the latest things out. A general thaw has been on all over the valley this week When you want a physic that is mild and gentle, easy to take and pleasant in effect nee Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sample iree. Every box guaranteed. For sale by Hoover's drug store. WANTED—To rent, a dwelling honse, any place in the city. Apply to W. J. Bryan at blacksmith shop. Don't iiritateyour lungs what stubi born cough when a pleasant and effec tive remedy 1 may be found in BAL LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP, price 25 and 50 cents, at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Mr. Baker is in Montpelier for a few days. Orders for tuning may be left at the Hunter House. All work guaran teed. We have a most elegant line of neg ligee shirts latest stripes and patterns, at rock bottom prices. Call and see this line at H. B. Whitman. The McMillan vaccination bill was passed over Governor Wells' veto by the Honse at a late hour Monday after noon by a vote of 33 to 12. The bill thus becomes a law. Lyman, the druggist, will refund j'OU your money if you are not satisfied after using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness, constipation and headache. Price 25 cents. Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver, and the w hole system becomes d*ranged. 1IERBINE perfects the process of digestion and assimilation, and thus makes pure blood, price 25cts and 50cts. At Riter Broe. Drug Co, 50 51 61 To-night the Rebekahs of this city It will be one give their cake carnival, of the most novel and entertaining dances ever given in this city, audience will guess the names of cakes that the dancers will represent, grand march begins at ^o'clock prompt. The The Are you restless at night, and haras serf by a bad cough ? * Use BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP, it will secure you sound sleep, and effect a prompt and radical cure, at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Price 25 and50 cents The claim of other cough medîeines to be as good as Cham beldams are effect u aUr pct Bt ref ,t in the following testimon ial of Mr. C. D. Glass, an employe cf Bartlett & Dennis Co., Gardiner, Me "I had kept adding to a cold He says: and cough in the winter of 1897, trying cough medicine I heard of with every out permanent help, until one day I was in the drug store of Mr. HouTehan, and be advised me to try Chamberlain'» Cough Remedy and offered to pay back if I was not cured. My my money lungs and bronchial tubes were sore at this time, but I was completely cured by this remedy, and have since turned to it when I got a eolit. I also recommend very by > always and poor find relief. __ _ friends and am glad to say ft is For it to my _ # „ thebest of all cough mediemes. sale by Hoover s Drug store. * f The Rebekahs dance to-night at the Opera House. District Court was not in session to day owing to it being a holiday. Mrs. Dennings, one of the pioneers of Bear Lake valley, but who has recently been living in Idaho Falls, is visiting in this city. "Bud" McIntosh is home from Salt Lake where he has been temporarily in the employ of the Con. Imp. Co, He will go back to his old job with tbe company at this point. Cburcb Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday Feb. 24. Text of sermon: services at 10:30. Father, if this chalice may not pass away,but I must drink it, thy will be done." Matt. 26, 43. Stations of the cross followed by Benediction with the Blessed Sacra ment. at 3.30 p. m. Catechism at 2:30 M p- m. The 40 days fast lasts from Ash Wed nesday Feb, 20 until Holy Saturday April 6th. Rev. W. J. A. Hendrictkx. President af Prieat'6 League of Idaho. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday Services February 24th. Sabbath School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock subject: "God pleasers and man pleasers. Evening worship 7:30 o'clock, subject: Lesson from one of another genera tion. ft >* Rev. Charles O. Mudoe. Pastor. Knights of Pythias Anniversary. Last Tuesday the Knights of Pythias of this city, and many in vited guests, assembled in tbe opera house to listen to a splendid pro gram of music, recitations and speeches in honor of their anniver sary. The method of extending in vitations, [each member inviting a gentleman friend and lady} was all that kept the ball from being packed. After a selection by the orchestra Past Chancellor Harris stepped to the platform and on behalf of the Knights, extended a cordial and chivalric welcome to all those pres ent, stating tbe reason for their as sembling and inviting one and all to make the most of the evening's enjoyment. Then the Montpelier orchestra gave another of it* splendid selec tions and the program was begun. The next was the rendition of My Old Kentucky Home," by Knights Sraeatb, Hughes, Joe and Pete Fuller and Bcckstrora. The boys were encored and sang "The Old Oaken Bucket." Then Mrs. Pete Fuller sang, in her best voice, a beautiful selection, accompanied by Miss Irene Douglas on the piano. Following this Past Chancellor J. F. O'Connor gave one of tbe best addresses the poople of this city ever heard. His subject was "Pytbian ism," and while he spoke only a short time, he noted tbe cardinal teachings of the order in a way that elicited great applause. Miss Irene Douglas next gave « piano selection in her well known 4 4 -finished style. Past Chancellor Hoover came next with one of the happie&t and most appropriate addresses wo have ever heard him deliver. Hts sub In tbe ject was ''Other Orders, brief time he spoke he took the his tory of the establishing of the dif ferent lodges in this city, rendering to them all a full share of the credit due them in the upbuilding of city. 1* our Another rendition by the orche» tra was given, and then Mrs. Fuller and Mr. Hughes sang one of their best selections eliciting a hearty eu core. Following this came one of tbe surprises of the evening. Few peo pic in Montpelier knew Miss Selma Nielsen's ability in the lipe of recit ing, but her effort at once proved her an adept in the art of deelaiui mg. Mr. Hughes, accompanied by the orchestra, gave the nudieneo a solo, the singing of which could not b equalled in Idaho. J. M. Richardson wound up the program with several appropriate "records" from bis new grapho phone, which like all the program, was greatly enjoyed by everyone. J. N. Downing, who had spread a banquet on the stage, during the rendition of the program*theu an nounced that he was ready for bis "number. Tbe spread was a mag nificent one and splendidly served. While the assemblage weré at supper the floor of the main building was cleared of chairs and immédi at ately after the repast dancing «a» begun and kept up till 1:80 a. tu. The event was success! ul from every point of view and will always remain as one of tbe bright marks of Montpelier Pythian history. District Court. District Court in and for tfio county of Bear Lake, opened in regular session in Paria last Mon day, Judge Rich presiding. The first day was taken up in set ting teases for trial and arguing: motions. Tuesday the Ovid-Liberty water case was taken up, where it waa left off with last term. Moat ot the week was consumed m trying this suit. Next Monday the jury ia called to be in attendance at court. It i* believed all the business of the term will be finished by a week from to morrow. Uml toCiuniiM-r or Die. "I « as just a bom gt mp,7 write* Mr*. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Spring*. N C., "I had Consumption so bail *hwt the licet doctors ewiil l cwM not tfve mere-, than a month, but I^bettan 4» use Dr. King's-^ew DDwwery *fc<t wnn wholly cured by seven hot tie» nn 4 an» now »tout and well." It'* un unrivukvWlfû tovir m Consumption, Pneuruoivw*. latirippr and Branchitie; infallible for Couvh-r. Colde. Asthma, bay Fever. Croup or Whopping Cough. Guaranteed botlhra SOU and fl.OO. Trrnl battis* fra« a* ' Riter Bros, drug store.