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* LOCAL NEWS. % _FRUIT OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD arrival and de passenger trains at Mont time card. Below is the time of parture of pelier. ARRIVE DEPART West bound No. 1.1:25 West bound No. 5. 4:25 à. East bound No, 2. 3:00 East bound No. 6. 7:15 a. L30 p. m. 4:30 a. m. 3:05 p. rn. 7:25 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. p. m m. p. m. m D. E. Burley, G. V. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. O. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. ee Lyman s display of premium toi let preparations in his west window. 31 The Junior Christian Endeavor of the Presbyetrian Church had a social at Rev Madge's on Wednesday afternoon. Do not fail to examine my line of children's underwear, union suits, etc., at H. B. Whitmans. 30 Sam Rich has been nominated by the democrats of Bingham conntv for her of the lower house of legislat rTl41 - , - Children s underwear, good and heavy fleece lined, from 15c to 35c. It will pay you to see it, at H. B. W hitmans.30 A bouncing baby boy, theirfiret bom, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Miller last Tuesday. Mother and babe doing well. mem nre. Ledies' Underwiar, union suits and separate pieces at pri es never before heard of in this city, lined underwear 30 cents apiece at H. B. Whitmans. Mrs Annie Box of Brooklyn, N. Y. has just returned from an enjoyable trip to Yellowstone Park. After visit - ing a short time with her cousin Mrs F. W. Rose she will return to her home in the east. Try Grandma Shupe's Canker Medi cine. The Best in the world. For sale at Riter Bros. Drue Co. MONEY TO LOAN.—In any amonnt on long time at low interest. Apply to John A. Ragley. Lyman the druggist is giving away toilet preparations for the next two weeks. Notice his west wiudow and see how he does it. My line of tombstones, monuments etc., is the finest and best in the county My prices are lower than others can quote. Give me a call. J. H. Brown. Montpelier. During the next two weeks Lyman the druggist is giving away 25c worth of toilet goods with every $1 cash pur chase and 50c worth of toilet goods with every $2 cash purchase. Sam L. Lewis has received a beautiful line of Ladies Tailor made suits, are beauties, and are guaranteed to fit perfectly. Ladies fleeced 30 18 42 „ They 31 6 31 Uome in and try and ask for some- j thing I haven't got in toilet prépara tion. Lyman, the druggist. 31 If the stomach liver and bowels fail ! to perforin their func ions regularly and j naturally, the blood becomes contamin ted with impurities, and the whole sys- | tern is in consequence debilitated. HER- , BINE is remarkable for its efficacy in cuain* the ailments of summer, and the disorders prevalent during hot weather. Price, 50 cents at Biter Bros Drug Co. 28 A bouncing baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Vaterlaus last Thursday morning. STORE MOVED-Ed Duffin has moved hia f ™it and confection into the building adjoining Lyman's Drug store, where he will carry a full line of fresh fruits, fine candies and fancy groceries. Mr. and Mrs. Dune McLennan was in from their Thomas Fork ranch to-dav. ! There will be a social hop given by the Montpelier Dancing Club at the! , opera house next Friday night, Oct. 3rd. All are invited. dive him a call. * ! Miss Gertie Edwards of Granger, i voting relatives and friends in this IS LOST. Bundle of clothing, between Montpelier and Thomas Fork. Finder please leave at this office. 29! = I hear so much about Amole soap! j What is it? Amole soap is a soap that nature has P re P ared for us. It is made : * rotn the extract of the soap tree. 25c a box ' s. Lyman the dl '«KKist. n, _ TT Mrs. Chas.E. Harris and sister, Miss Florence Robinson, arrived home Thursday from their visit to Park city, Utah. 31 i Children often cry. not from pain,but j from hunger, although fed abundant ly. ! ? h ® tr0uhle ari8es from iDanitlon ! ^ j '°ud is not assimilated, but devoured by worms. A few doses of WHITE'. , CREAM VERMIFUGE will destroy ! worms, when the children will begin !° thri ™ at once. Price. 25c, rt Riter r ° S D ' Ug Co * Col Dewey's Candidacy Col. Dewey, the piide of Nampa, has announced his candidacy for the United States senate. The colonel comes out at a particularly oppor-1 tune time, for m the event of a dead lock between the other candidates he would be in a position to take the plum, for it is said he will have x „ at least the Canyon county delega # . i . , \ s tion behind him from the start;! xi i . . „ He has not antagonized any of the leaders, who have been ! struggling for the leadership of the slate, and in the present campaign he will be . j found using every endeavor to help the democratic party win out. Worse moves a great deal have been made by the democrats than the election of a rustler like Dewey. i, , , , ., J He has brought more outside money into the state for investment than any other man in Idaho. He has own in build,ng railroads, developing mines . , 3 . , 6 erecting buildings etc., all of which is taxed for the support of the state generally and several counties in particular. He pays one third of 'U tuvno .nPannon ~ * U -3 che taxes m Canyon county besides ,, . . , J big taxes in other counties. spent a few millions of his The colonel is a rustler for Idaho and if the democrats cannot unite on any one of the other candidates, lt cer tainly can on Col. Dewev, and hJg election to the 8enate would ! raean more for Idaho than any man J can g ue88 at piesent. About the only bad luck the Ex amine« ever wished the rest of Ida ho, was that every tewn in the state | had a Col for a cit ; zen j , , J I ,n S what he has done for ( ik m jjjwhy not get the best. m y t When you buy goods you want something fresh(?!l and up-to-date, especially if they don't cost any fÔ more than old stocu. Our goods are fresh and 5;OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. We carry a complete line of Staple and Fancy Gro-fl* Plain and Decorated Chinaware, Fresh W Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars, Tobaccos, Notions. m j i|^0UR NEWS DEPOT contains all the latest magazines, books. S ! j V© ©■ C3.ll. üj^BOntpeliet flbabO ' * * ih m * oeries i \è> Mrs. W. W. ChapmanS _ W j i ' Wanted By the Bear Lake Music Co., opposite Lyman's drug stör«, Montpelier, cows, calves, cash, horses, harness, hay and hogs in exchange for pianos, organs, ■ graphophones, 1 guitars. ' violins, banjos and J. M. Richardson, Prop. j j One Rachine 1* spring wagon. , Q ne pair Weber bobsled's light \\ ill be sold chean for cash 'innlv j a t this pffibe or of For Sale» Qdé' 10-year-old oliestnut-sorrel Weighs 1100. Cheap at |65. mare R. P. Ludwig Montpelier Ida. ! Clearance Sale* Sam L. Lewis wishes to announce are making at the Fair Goods are going regardless of eost8. to make room for their im mense stoek of Fall & Winter goods. Come quiek and get v „ • V, T T ! bargains. Sam L. Lewis, ,, fi r . n '. Jo 1 he rair. to the public that they a great clearance sale Store. some A Pointer About Pianos Reasons why you should patronize the Bear Lake Music House. Laying aride the fact that every business house and office, (especially the law offices) in !this town is or has been benefitted di ! rectly or lndireotl V by the presence of ! "'"T' " to » rwl > that it is to your interest to patronize j U8 . First, we are in the market with j instruments that enjoy a world wide ! reputation for workmanship, sweetness ' of fcone aud dura bility. Second, we oh ! " in °" r direct from the factory j at, cash and wholesale prices and being j practically under no expeme, as the houses in large cities are, to the satisfaction of all reasonable and j unbia8ed purchasers that we can under sell anyone West of Chicago. For fur L u .. , ,, , . ther particulars, call and investigate at ! the Hear Lake Parlor of Music. we can prove The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Copper King Mining ! company will be held on the 1st Mon October 1902, » 10o 't° Ck a ' m the office of Joe Fuller, in Montpelier Idaho. At said meeting a board of directors will he elected and such other business transacted as may come before | the meetin K j Dated this 10th duy of Sept. 1902. I J. W, WEDEL, ( Oct. 3 Sec'y. Annual Meeting. m. Announcement. I hereby announce candidate for sheriff subject the tion of the democratic convention. •L S. Hkugik. Take life as it comes, and make the most of all circumstances, but for a had cough or cold. take BaLLARD'S UOREUOUND SYRUP, known remedy for quick relief and sure cure. Price. 25 and 50c. Business men who lack the vim, snao and vigor they once had, should Hkhbine, it will purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the Price 50 cents. Drug Co. myself as a ae t he Best u^e system. f*old at Riter Brothers' Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Fair Store will he closed on Oct. 2 and Oct. 11 on account of holidays. Patrons please govern themselves accordingly. Sam L. Lewis, The Fair. If you are troubled with inodorous breath, heart burn, flatulency, head ache, acidity, pains after eating, loss of appetite, persistent melancholy, or low spirits. You need a tonic, a few doses HERBINE will give you the recupera lve force t remove these disorders. Price 60 cents. Stockholder's Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Independence Copp Mining and Smelting Company, of Montpelier, Idaho, for the election of Directors for the er ensuing year, and for the transaction of such oth er business as may properly come before the meeting, which will be held at the home of M. F. Whit man, Montpelier, Bear Lake Co.. Idaho October, 1902, at*8:00 o'clock, r . Transfer books will be closed the 30th day of September, and opened on the 7th day of October 1902. " -- " Dated Sept. 15, 1902. Monday the 0th day uno o* u.An i. J on of p.m. Oil re H. M. Holbrook, Secretary. notice to creditors. Estate of Thomas W. Jones, deceased. K 0 /. 1 « 3 !» hereby given by the ui.derstgn.jd ad ministrator of the Estate of Thomas W Joues de ceased, to the creditors of. and all persons hav îîîfm a i I oh"* , h lin8t the Htd<J deceased, to exhibit atea-irys !!ik, C < "uA:*';5 0 " Mom».,!,,, Bear Dtted at Montpelier Sept. 19th, 1»02. i , i i * , FRANK JONES, Administrator of Estate of Thomas W. Jones, Deoeased'