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Physicians and Surgeons for Sick GRATES Etc., Removed without Pain. Also prepared to do all kinds of ROOF GUTTERING. STOVE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Montpelier, Idaho. Bank of Montpelier ESTABLISHED 1891. Paid up Capital, $20,000 Transacts a General Banking Business. 1 ■OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: J. W. STONER, Vice Pres. 6. SPONQBERG, Asst. Gasifier. 0. G. GRAY. Cashier. G. E. WHEELAND. Pres. G. WEBSTER. Idaho. Montpelier, 'to * i Corner of Waobinaton Bvc •anO lotB street. I 2 • ? i & V HE . . & / Palace Saloon. J. F. O'CONNOR, Prop. / a § » : / * I \ % A 0 si A I 2 I finest TOtnee, Xtquors anî> Cigare. MONTPELIER, A 'i IDAHO. We do Transcript and Brief work at this office GOOD flGGommodatians FOR Travelers and Teams . . Can be had at GflMP G1VE0UT /WORE 3 HARRIS, PROP, : ! 1 kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds of! food. It gives instant relief and never j fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. Themost sensitive rtonKKU« c m tafcelt. Byltanaemwiy thousands of (tyspßptrics havo docq cured after everything else failed. It prevents formation ofgason the stom* ach, relieving all distress after eating. ; Dletlng unnecessary. Pleasant to take.' ! J ft oau't help but do you good Pmaradonly by E. O. DaWrr* A Oo., Chicago The ». bottle contains Stt t mesthefiOc. ate«. Slabs tor Sale. / I Slabs sawed into firewood lengths, or sale in any quantity. Leave orders at J. A. Bagley's office or at the Examiner. 18 Monti'elier Lumber Co. Fossil Strictly In it. Senator C. D. Clark of Evanston, Wyo., is a guest of the Ivnutsford. Senator Clark has been spending the last few weeks in hard work in the oil fields and is enthusiastic over the prospects, on the way and we will soon begin boring," he said. "The necessary supplies have been shipped from Pittsburgh and upon arrival we will be ready for business. The Inter mountain property, some 80,000 acres, is in the right belt for produc tion. Our first work will be about thirteen miles from Evanston. The tract extends from Piedmont to Fossil and we will give it all a thor ough test. We are more than sat isfied with the outlook. W. A. Clark, Thomas Kearns and Senator Elkins are interested in the oil ventures and the results from the borings about to begin will be watched as the signal for important developments.—Tribune. Our machinery is 6 i ( Lack Intpreat In Science. With all the efforts to get into the various bureaus of the government, it is a fact that for the $1,200 and $1,400 positions offered laboratory assistants at the National Bureau of Standards, the examinations for which was to take place on a certain day recently, not a single applicant appeared. The civil service commission is unable to account for this. This examination opened up two positions with excel lent salaries to young scientists and the lack of interest can not be ac -Feounted for. Bannock Indians Will Get Honey. United States Indian Agent A. F. Caldwell has received funds for making the $50,000 payment to the Bannock and Shoshone Indians, and will begin this work in a few days and complete it as rapidly as possible. A Fiendish Attack. An attack was lately made on C. F . Collier ot Cherokee. Iowa, that nearly proved fatal, It came through his kid neys. His back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain, nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions. No remedy helped him until he tried Elec tric Bitters which effected such a won derful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble, purifies the blood and builds up your health. Only 50c at Riter Bros. Drug Store. the memory of Heine. Several;German towns have refused legacies left with the object of commemorating the po 9 t. The last instance comes from Erlan gen . „here . gentleman »ho died re pantiv um •taaa _ . . ... tly ? ft * 7,000 t0 "unidpality for 8UC " a purpose. The members of the clt y government, however, de nounced the "antlpatriotic" character of the poet's works and rejected the gift, which will now, accord* to the terms of the will, be offered to Buda pest. 8*iy Toft Wm UnpaMotfc In Germany there seems to pe a reg ular movement against keepipg green To Carry Mails. The government is calling for bids to carry mails on the following lines: From Montpelier To Afton, Wyo., and back six times a week, distance 50 miles. Present contract price $1461. Bond required with bid $6,000. v To Dingle, six times a week, dis tance 8 miles. Present contract price $204; bond, $900. To Nounan, six times a week, 19 miles. Present price $408; bond $2,000. From Paris to Montpelier, six times a week, 9 miles. Present price $394; bond $1,100. From Bern to Ovid, twice a week, 4 miles. Bond required $200; new service. From Ovid to Liberty, six times a week, 4 miles. Present price $175.98; bond required $500. From Border to Geneva, three times a week, 15 miles. Bond re quired $1,000; new service. From Randolph to Montpelier 59^ miles, s'x times a week. Bond required $7,000. New service. All bidders must furnish the amount of the bond named with their bids. All bidders must live on or contiguous to the route on which they bid and must give the service their personal attention. This shuts out practically all sub letting and bids from people who live in other states. It will be noticed in the above that some changes are made in lines out of Montpelier. For instance the Geneva mail used to be carried from Montpelier. Now it'will go from Border and will supply Ray mond also. There is no call for bids to carry mails between Evans ton and Montpelier. Further information and blanks can be had of Postmaster Under wood or any postmaster living along the routes. What'» Your Face Worth? Sometimes a fortune, but never, if you have a sallow complexion, a jaun diced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin.-all signs of Liver Trouble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills give Clear Skin, Rosy Cheeks, Rich Com plexion. Only 25 cents at Riter Bros Drug Store. --- - A Fearful Slaughter. A company of American soldiers in the Philippines were ambushed and 48 killed last Sunday. The company were eating breakfast and this leads to the belief that the of ficers did not exercise the care nee men. The essary to protect their Filipinos have worked this trick so many times that it would s^em that the officers of Uncle Sam's tyoops over there, would be on the look- / out for them. Eastern Stars, Attention. Beginning wîtïT the first meeting in October the Eastern vStar lodge will meet at 7:30 p. m. Members please take notice. By Worthy Matr order of on.