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ED SCENE THAT HAD A ; IRLD OF MEANING. I 1 Man Was Willing to Call j ing Square if His Former | i Love Could Be Made to | ! please the Widow. - iver knew Jack Ciancy? No? in row, and I'll tell ycu hew > the saints," said the quarry ;dent. "He was a fine, big ; liked by the boys. He had e living, barring an occa- ou »erier.ce at home, and when j 0 Berybody regretted it, except, ibis wife, Mrs. Honoriah Era Maxicy, who was Miss Norai |»dy before she took up with Ifwas a great courtship, but j >h 9 "t in the end, and money j ||rds on the outcome. Claa fitié years after his marriaco, Or woman ever heard oim . at u . One day Clancy crept bacK 1 ir a (use hadn't reached, aud j tta^thlc ribs In. Tae doctor hjt^d to die, and he took it I f t switch to his eyes. He lay ln.ut'3, and then he called his idf^led Shaughnessy, to him. me afterward how it went, in I Bai l he, weak as a kitten, Lg, '»I'm goin to doi.' eeid Red, 'ye are.' said Clancy, to üst fried. Will ye promise iing thav: ye"l do fer me tor.eV' >u : I i ds for and i will,' answered Shaugh ' 'ye've alius i ice W Sec. ge; f a weep in his voice. ancy said: There's a long been layin' hivy^on ed. Do ye moind :hsf a 6 , Tim W : I of Sec ft-. 1 of 'He put thé T/ said Red. : <i av spite upon ye whin n him the prisint Mrs. j married her.' j i chs to and chs, be ge; thot, Red, said Clancy, | ;\yeaker. 'Norah is visitin' j inthractin' brother in too j y id perhaps 'tis betther so. ! S(ec Ktrh v/ord, nor did I aven ice E «iis orner e 23. E dien Crinnian put the 3,v spite upon me. Ye may d Jhot I did -_ot break the t Shaughnessy, I hild off, jtime is come.' incy, r:.me me what yt idb to the divil, and be it k off av his block, 'tis lé' it as a sacred juty to ange:« hence I iaiter j the J 44 EVjI Sec I ebe, j hence 17 and chs, thence stween mce S 100 aod 40 chs corner 45 E; 2 U. dace of •, ; t hen close now, Red,' said and straight in no, knockin' off av bioc g J requirin' ye to do to aven Hist see to it, Red, as e T whin I livei.—see to it irho I bate him out av, o him whin 1 n dead.' 1, so blip me the sa nessy. issed raised,' ;her I.eddy. Lork Trioune. his ts!' 'The his har.d. he whispered. I doi con jyH Hapless Girl, irtfle ahead of the sea girl, but there she at the corner of Tre .no Temple place, itin bow and an orna in ehe place of the ac The her a ss a \ headgear. in '.ne passing gave Was this specimen shop maiden A. . or some o the sidewalk for No, for there ■her hands and a Boston #h parcels dangling a suburban s Ti op a * ■ i air? on was Ith» nt her hat.—Boston -j ;G friend: of y<nr f your ;wpU nor il'.. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS j | | overcoat, October 4th ! please return to this office. LOST—In Montpelier Canyon, black Finder 88 FOR SALE—House, barn and lot. Tnquir^ of (. harles O. Mudge. 33 CFOR RENT. Oakley Furniture Co., Montpelier. 33 MONEY TO LOAN -5 room house. Inquire In any amount ou j on g tJ me j ow interest. Apply to j 0 h n a Barley j One Rachine H spring wagon. j One pair Weber bobsled's light. ^ ^ 42 For Sale* . 'v ill be sold cheap for cash. Apply at this office or of One 10-year-old chestnut-sorrel mare 1 . j "«*■» »"»• che "l' . ITnwm RP. LUDWIG I 26 Montpelier Ida. « Notice to Electors* : STATE OF IDAHO, ^ I h i County of Bear Lake ' - ss Notice is hereby given that Registrars for all election precincts in the county and state aforesaid, will be in their res i pectivo precincts on every Saturday, from and after the first day of August, ' 1902, between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m i and 5 o'cock p m., and 7 o'clock p. in., and 9 o'clock p. in. of said days, until : and including Saturday, November 1st, I 1902. receive application for registration of qualified electors of said precincts for . . . , . ., , j the general election to be li^ld m said ! ß j precincts, county and sta.e on Tuesday. i | November 4th. Î9-/2. j j y ov i ! James E. Hart, Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. ( Blackioot, Idaho, Oct. 3, 1902. \ Notice is hereby given that the fol- j lowing named s îttler has filed notice of j his intention to make final proof in sup S 5 f ^iXlrTLS? f'wS u. S. Commissiouer. at Montpelier, Id abo. on November 8th, 1902. viz: it to ! as it av, GEORGE MOORE. For the Si of SE^. Sec. 35. Tp. 11 S. R. and lots I and.2, Sec. 2. Tp. 12, S. R. ! 45 , e. b. m. He names the following witnesses to prove hi^ continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: HeSc - Ä'Ä'hS ! ail of Ee ir Lake Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land office »tBlaekfoot Wahn ,) Notice is hereby given tae o i lowing naihed settler lias hied notice or , hirintention to make final proof in sup-i port of his claim, and that said proof j will be made before James H-_Wallis, U.S.Com m i™ioner,atl-ana.Idaho.on|# November 8, 1902. viz: WILLIAM P.* FREEBAIRN For the SWÎ* ^c. 3; NWi NWJ. ElNWi, Sec. 10. Tp. U, S. R. j 43 E. i ts!' Lorenzo R. Thomas, Register. 32 she ac The a a > there op a He names the following witnesses to | prove his continuous residence upon j and cultivation of said land, viz: i David R. Cbugg, James Lindsay, John \ H. Freebairn and John Lewis, all of , Bear Lake County, Idaho. LortENZo R. Thomas. Register. on ! y<nr 32 i To the People of Bear Lake County and vicinity:^ r§We are better prepared than ever to supply your wants«* rjgin Implements, Machinery, Vehicles, Hardware, etc.5** ;-gWe do not handle cheap or bogus named gfoods * e 3WE CARRY THE Genuine Ludlow Spring Wagon,| Genuine Fish Brothers Wagon,| Michigan Buggies and Carriages,^ Utah State Sulky Plow, Harrows,? Spading and Disc Harrows, Hoosier? Drills, |WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR „ Building Material, Comprising Doors, Windows, Oregon I Inor-#» ^ ing and Shingles, Building Paper, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Nui If*5 ^ Hardware, Etc. ? « ^BUCK'S Stoves, Rangesand Heaters, Finest Line Made. Come and see Correspondence Solicited. > •^us when in town. & & jm T m T I « «r f .~%i, +*■ *5»> -rf iJ?--L jwUKAwa ua. L . .Uu^i & immmm •• BanK of Montpelier ESTABLISHED 1891. Paid up Capital, $20,000 Transacts a General Banking* Business. , ! ß W flEELf\ND. Pres. J. W. STONER, Vice Pres, ^ SPONGBERG, ftSSt. Cashier. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: G. G. GRAY. Gasiiier. G. WEBSTER, Idaho. Montpelier, ©©•o®»®®©ö©©©©©©J £ Good things # Q # ®F(«h vegetables and fruits direct# €< f rom Salt Lake, AS last as they? ** .... « « , « • «corne into the market there. • Ice cream and soda water, as? 0* in season, too. . . < °fme as you ever tasted. Ö j | gale in any ÛUan-2 cream iw oaie m 7 M • ©tity. Made fresh every day. J «Lunch goods for a quick meal or# ©to take with you on your out-® img. We handle aU the choicej ^ ^ > m ©Our line of magazines include alif ®the leading pubfications. • °r i Jots of Other goods Ul^ , _ , « __ *gr0Cery, eandy and notion hne.J j ®i © f * A t LOfllcr VjrOCety. *'at !© # • j ® ©, Mrs. M. Hutchens, Proprietor# > H. R. GROO | j i \ , Stenographer ! All Kinds of Stenography and Type writing. Prices Reasonable The Oyster Season Has Commenced —At the— Star Restaurant, 5 Opposite Depot. OYSTERS Fried, 25cts. Horses ^ One brown mare, weight about 1,000 lbs., branded quarter circle JR ou right °r lo(tthi gl K lbs, brand quarter circle JR in same place as mare. ®i $5.00 reward will be paid for inform* t ation leading to their recovery. Apply *'at thia office. • OYSTERS Stewed, - 25cts. Good Stable Accommodations in Connection. W. BRADBURY, Prop. Notice. The Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co., has changed hands. M. H. Sachs is no longer connected with the lmsiness. W. B. Bergman is the new manager, and he will attend to all matters per taining to the new firm. M. H. Sachs will settle all matters pertaining to the old firm.