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«BANK OF MONTPELIER. ;
Established in 1891 .
PAID UP CAPITAL, $20 ,000. ^
* Transacts a General Banking Business. *
* OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: *
* Œ- E. Mbeelanö, ipres.
3. THU. Stoner, Dtce*pres. Ï
(3. <X. Oray>, Cashier. *
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: ALWAYS [COMPLETE
IS,OUR STOCK OF
Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies
and Gents Furnishings,
We handle all sorts of Farm Pro
duce and make a specialty of hand
ling car lots of Oats,Hay, Potatoes
We buy our groceries in car load
lots'and 1 can lit he ref ore quote you
the lowest possible prices.
• QUALITY OF GOODS ALWAYS THE BEST
: BRENNAN & DAVIS,
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\ Stove Repairs.
Call and inspect our stock Ï
of goods and get prices.
of all sorts quickly attend- *
ed to. Prices reasonable. 5
Jj REMEMBER UE LACE.
TINSLEY & SON,
Montpelier, Idaho. *
I have recently bought the entire stock of
Dry Goods, Shoes, etc., of Mrs. Ellen Douglas'
store, and will .sell the whole stock at
Less Than Cost
To make room for my new stock. These goods
must be sold and no reasonable otter will be
fused. Call and get the prices we have made them.
NOTICE:—By next MONDAY, MARCH 23, all
our new goods will be unpacked and ready for
yonr inspection. We invite you to come in and see.
Hoffs Merchandise Store
Chas. Hoff, Prop.
Katie Hoff, Mgr.
Mills Building, next door to H. II. Hoff's Meat
Market, Montpelier, Idah(
Notice for Bids.
Bids will be received by the trustees
of School Dist. No. 10 Bear Lake Conn tv
Idaho, (East Montpelier) for the erec
tion of an addition to the school house
in said district to be built according to
plans and specifications adopted by the
board of trustees. All bids must be in
writing and filed with W. T. Perkins at
Montpelier, Ida. Plans and specifica
tions can be seen at W. T. Perkins' resi
dence. Bids will be received until the
20th day of April, 190», at 12 o'clock
noon, at which time they will
opened. The board reserves the rig t
to reject any and all bids.
A good and sufficient bond for the
faithful performance of the contract
will be required from the party award
ed the contract.
Dated Montpelier, Idaho, March 20rh.
W. T. Perkins,
SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP.
Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
"When I had an attack of the grip
last winter (the second one) I actually
cured myself with one bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy," says Frank
W. Perry, Editor of the Enterprise,
Shortsville, N. Y. "Tnis is the honest
truth. I at times kept from coughing
myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful
of this remedv. and when the congbing
spell would come on on at night I would
take a dose and it seemed that in the
briefest interval the cough wonld pass
off and I would go to sleep perfectly
free from cough and its accompanying
pains. To say that that the remedy
acted as a most agreeable surprise is
mildly putting it. I had no idea it
wonld or could knock out the g rib, sim
ply because I had never tried it for such
a purpose, but it did. and it seemed
with the second attack of coughing the
remedy caused it to not onlv be of less
duration, bnt pains were less severe,
and I had not used the contents of one
bottle before Mr. Grip had bid me
For sale af Lyman's Drug
For a Permanent Exhibit*
in order that the intent of the
law establishing a bureau of immi
gration, labor and statistics for this
state may, in a measure, be
plied with, I respectfully request
that the producers of the state
sisl me in gathering samples of
their products to be used as a per
manent exhibit at the state capitol.
To this end, I respectfully request
and urge that the farmers, orchard
lsts, miners and others having pro
ducts of the soil or mine for special
interest, or products which would
make attractive exhibits, forward
the same to me. I will take pleas
ure in paying the expense of trans
portation or assisting in any man
ner in my power. I believe that a
peimanent exhibit of this character
maintained at the state
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would be of great value both as
educator of our own people and
an attraction to people of eastern
states who contemplate making
homes in the west. Therefore I '
sincerely hope that I may receive
the cheerful and active co-operation
of producers all over the state in
this undertaking. •
Kerb H. Davis,
Commissioner of Immigration,
Labor and Statistics, Boise, Idaho.
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it.
Me 4 *1.00
A Perfect For All Throat and
Money back If It fall». Trial Bottles free.
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