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This assortment of . . . j PÜRNITÜR € 4 : Has been especially selected for OUR HOLIDAY TRADE, 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 •4 4 4 4 4 4 So you cannot afford to miss seeing it whether you want to purchase or not. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Now that the weather is cold and coal is scarce, buy a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 : cotes HOT BLAST : : Stote. They are certainly a comfort and require only ORE-HALF THE AMOUNT : OF FUEL of any other stote : on the Market I Burooune After. 60 Montpelier, Idaho. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 * 4 ' 4* 4— : e 4 4 *i;lir>a 4 4 4 4 4 • f 4 4 4 4 4 Jel. 38. *.sn!ßiT f no g„ 4 4 4 . 4 ^ + 4444444444 44 4444444444444444 4 4 4 ;iJ iiUJ ,11 Of t ' ^TgBUSHEDJ89l. Fait* up Capital, $20,000 Transacts a General Banking Business. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: G. E. WftEELfiND. Pres. J. W. ST0NLR, Vice Pres. A G«i$f*0NGBERG, ftsst. Cashier. s. '■.»rrtt G. G f GRAY. Cashier. G. WEBSTER. • V.\Ut,7. Montpellier;, Idaho. Holdup at Pocatello. , . f! M-.tsi'} ) h- iO i .tu h*- * Vi ij'U T)il -, fait, typekiiferee niim w*dkedi wtfoj| a saloon».in -Pocatello^ held-up- •*«($ pedple,' > ! tdok $ iQOÖ 1 îri - Wish Jl âWcf skipped.' 1 r ïtte pfllèe^ ; 0 \ two the fyoldup^, )?ut 'the '|hir T 4, wi^ , r tb/B moriey is. a|,jU ^.largp., .,!<,•> a« .... The robbery was the most daring pve?r committed 5 ih TdahbJ nutv l , iliLuUx *> «'I 'j v/ a »ix i ». i Oi b :'i -, • u,j A Timely Suggestion , 1 . O i ; >, ,. » . • *■ 1 u this isthe seasonof'the yeat» when 1 ithe prudent and careful housewife re- j plenishes her supply of Chamberlain's ! Cough remedy. It is certain to be need-1 ed before the winter's over, and results j are much more satisfactory when it is , kept at hand and given as soon aa ">« cold is contracted and before it has be-i 't> come settled in the system. In almost j every instance a severe cold may be warded off by taking this remedy freely | as scon as the first indication ®f a cold j appears. There is no danger in giving j it to children for it contains no harm . '. . , , sul substance. It is pleasant to take . . ..j ... . „ both adults and children like it. Buy .. . ... . ., . A J : it and vou will get the best- It alwavs * , , „ • r ' i cures. For sale by F. a. Lyman. J 3 I j Thomas Brackett Reed, former t speaker of the house of représenta- 1 J , , r , . tives and for many years prominent in public life,' died Saturday night at 12:10 o'clock in Washington, The immediate cause of death was I Reed is Dead« uraemia. ; Better Than A Planter. ■ A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain I aim and bound on the affected parts, is Better than a plast er for a lame back and for pains in the side or chest. Pain Palm has no su 1 perior os a liniment for the relief of deep seated, muscular and rheumatic ! For sale by F. A. Lyman, pains. Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our heart- , felt thanks to all the kind friends who came to our assistance during the sickness and death of our be loved baby. I ! Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Clark. The Pride of Heroeo Vany soldiers in the Ia°t war wrote to say that for Scratches. Bruises, Cuts, : Wounds, Corns, Bore Feet, Stiff Joints I Bucklin's Arnica salve is the best in the ! world. Same for t urns, Scalds, Boils. Ulcers, Skin Eruptions and l'iles. It I cures or no pay. Only 25c at Riter Bros, Drug store. If you have anything to rent, sell* ith the Bear Joe Fuller mana J If you want to buy or rent à house, farm or anything else leave description of what you want . , t _ 1 , r , with Joe Fuller of the Bear Lake Where to List Your Property. or exchange, ÜBt it Lake Reality Co., w ger, a Reality Co. This company buys and sells real estate of all kinds, and they will be glad to handle your property. All business promptly attended to. For family use in numberless ways Ballard's Snow Liniment is a use ful and valuable remedy. Price 25 and 50 cents. Riter Bros. Drug Co. ?*p m'9mm 99 i0 3>on't f liable Hi you^âf t^iMésf pelll^furs* *etc.* *to ^P'sell Jtm&PfeP W*\ R»J'Awb,v.*wdtu> '^sk you to trad^y^oi^pi i*n£df>gÿ e»W4fef&f of fygftr (Jqijaj* and,, «ever Pty:&f »aA^Oi# re - f de and Junk Co., when,* a store get it yoiflr hides and turn around and sell We don't offer $5.00 for j'! 8llt a a deal. Investigate and Insist ° n the cash. People are becoming wise on trading hides for trash; they want the cash.. Who pays cash? Why . he Bear Lake H.de & Jnnk „ J the same hide to some one else for $2.50 Some one is getting beat on iCo. u„ ai .. .. . Could hardly express the thanks of n nm „ t>„ ; . t t • . Homer Hall, oi West Point, Ia. Listen _.u,,. * va *.i a u why: A severe cold had settled on his i„ . . lungs, causing a most obstinate cough, . ... , 0 Several physicians said henad consump tion, but could not help him. When all thought he was doomed he began to U8e Km#' 9 New Discovery for con 8 " m P tiol ' "<* writes "it -completely cured me and saved mv life. I now we jgb 227 lbs.'' an teed for coughs, troubles. Price 50c and $1.00, ' ,ott l ti8 f ree atRiter Bros. Drug Co. M. Bekoman M anager. A Million Voices. Its positiyely guar colds and lung Trial Great Shooting. Last Sunday a big crowd of gun lovers went down to the ball park 8ee Capt. Geo. L. Bartlett, a famous man with a gun, do shooting, rewarded, some The spectators were well With a 22-calibre rifle he hit gun shells, washers, and dozens oi other little articles that were thrown in the air. Taking a ilfle, he asked a friend to throw a piece of boiler iron about 4 inches square into the air, and be ^ re ^ struck the ground it was pierced with the bullet from the rifle. For an hour he entertained his audience with all kinds of difti ^ a wor, der with a gun. as he easily demonstrated. cult shots* The captain is ceriain saved At Grave's Brink ''l know I would long ago been in my grave,'' writes Mrs. S. H. Newsom, of Decatqj, Ala., "if it had not been for Electric i ittels. For three years l suf fered untold agony from the worst forms of «Indigestion, Waterbrash, Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia. But tins exbel !® nt mt * dicine did me a world of good. Since using it l cun eat heartily and have iraine-j 35 pounds." lor Indiges tion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach, Liver, and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters a,e a ST uaran,er d cure. Only hoc at Riter Bros. Drug store, Bave jnst received from the factory niy 8urve 3 in K instrument and other equipments, which are now as good new', and am prepared to do all kindB All work in that line To the Public. an of surveying. promptly and accurately attended to at reasonable charges. R- A. Birch County Surveyor.