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;ft« ftS*****'®« ,j,,r , ( & We've got 'em I m w * ili * \s. *• Qr-' * SHIRT WAISTS '-r * ifc in over 40 different styles. Mit ■5C * V, Ml rs (p DRESS AND WALKING SKIRTS w ito j t » ss in over 50 different styles. ih SG £ S3 Vè> i LADIES TRIMMED and PATTERN HATS m & m in over 100 different styles. 9S \IH s v m > J AT Golden Rule Store. /fl THE «V J* 4- ♦ ♦ 4-444444-*-44 4 4 4 4444 4 4 : : BEAR LAKE REALTY Co. ; i | j j + i + ! : ! 4 JOE FULLER, Managr, • 4 : Here are some oîîerlnos: ♦ FOR SALE — Six-room house, two cellars, good + barn, chicken house, refrigerator and other out- 4 Good 4 ■-*- ! 4 4 buildings, lot 50 ft. front, 150 ft. deep, property for anyone. Will be sold cheap. 4 ♦ 4 4 FINE HAY RANCH—1^ miles north of Fish Haven good log house, barns and other buildings. Price f way down. , ALSO 8 acres near Fish Haven, mostly orchard, good 4 house. Fine place for snmmer resort. Cheap. 4 4 4 4 ♦ 4 4 WE WANT all kinds of houses for quick buyers. We + List 4 4 also want houses to rent to good tenants, your property with the ♦ 4 4 4 FOR SALE—6 acres of land in mouth of Montpelier ♦ canyon joining the townsite. Fenced and seeded * to lueern. A fine place for garden or chicken ^ ranch. Price low, easy terms. 4 FOR SALE—120 acres of farm land, 40 acres fenced, ♦ seeded to hay and grain; log house three ^ Will sell cheap, half + 4 4 40 acres rooms, barn and granary, cash down, balance time, or will take part cattle. + _ 1 A 1/ C p P A I TP Yf CO * 13 L3 »V L* * — aü »V ^ '^* * 4 I JOE FULLER, Manager. ♦ 4 Montpelier ----- Idaho. + v 44444444-4-44444444.4»4-44>44-4 + 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4 i' 4 4 4 4 Four room house in city, rock cellar, barn and and an acre 4. Price $350.—$200 down, 4 4 Dirt cheap for the money. 4 of land. ♦ bilance m-easy payments. 4 4 BiBHffmT.f." 00 3NIH3VN WHVd 1N0WU3A i. iA 'snvd SMonaa v 4 ainooivxvo aAixamosaa aaua mo à axiMM '8U3HXO nv 8*139X3 *8 'H 3H1 I* ' h I 1 fc* }UIJ) X[3A1SnpUOD SOAOid I '•OA3 *Axnvaa 'Axniavxs 'iMoa oNiAXdwz-dias 'AA3JVS SBV3D 0380n0N3 'AJ.IHGVMflO ONINNOB A8V3 couojjaDxo jo sjuiod aaqio I ■ ijDtis 'Xijaouaclns p *OMtuu joqio Auv Xq pojptnbo uooq aoAOii suq . sn m Xtrout sp qii.vv joqioäo) 'sitjx Ji* \ ,! ';Sr/v> éMnî i HAixn^ç.voD os aoj aStua.AU jo Xa|U(j jopoj^ cnoumuyiirj cqi in pjoDa.i s;i 8C10* . 1 ! o v • * • A4IJLS3J. st*3sn xiwiav suomadwoo MOK9 SGM00315 3HA & U 33 d V IflQHHM SGM?A« aoivuvsiis 'i 'n 3 hi . i i -It . VH i. tew, A . r—r "Ü7TT gr MiÊMmN&umiw E* s usse. More Cut Prices. : C ity on the ' i 3 packages starch. 25 cents. | 3 packages soda, 25 cents, j Evaporated peaches, 10 cents, j " apricots. 10 cents. i Wheat flakes. 10 cents. ! At H. B. Whitman's. ! n Call for Bids for Sprinkling. Sealed bids will be received by the may or and city council of Montpelier Idaho for hauling twojwogons in thesprinkling of the streets as directed by the Chief of police for the summer of 19o3 Bills* hall state the rate per <la.v for each wagon A good and sufficient bond will be re ! quired from the succe sful bidder. All bids must be filed with the city clerk on or before 12 o'clock n»-on of Thursday May 14th 1903. The council rail bids, r serve the right to reject any T. L. Glenn Maÿor Attest W. E. Be fell clerk. ) Notice of Hearing. Notice of hearing order of petition confirming sale of real estate. In the Probate Court of Bear Lake County, State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Lena Jensen, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the 1st day of June, A. D., 1903 is hereby designated as the time when the peti tion heretofore filed asking for an order < onflrming the sale of the real estate of ! said estate, will be heard. Said hear I ing will be at my office iu the Court ! H° U8e afc Paris > Idaho, »«d all persons j interested may appear and show cause : why said petition should not be grant ed. Geo. B. Spencer, I Probate Judge. j D&ted thig 29th day of April, A. D. 1903 ANNUAL STATEMFNT. The Mayor and Citv Council of the C ty of Montpelier, Idaho, In conform ity with the provisions of Section 91 on page 291 of the Section Law* of the State of 1 'aho passed in 1899, prepare the following ►tatement, and order it spreajf up mtheminute* of tlieir proceed ings, and puhlislietkln tlie Montpelier Ex ami' er or four (4 )wee >s viz: We estimate the income for the fit-cal year of 1902 to have been $"»40 i, and the expenditures for the same .tear to linve been $.*.000 We estimate tlie probable amount of money for all purposes to be raised in the City of Montpelier, State of Idaho, !o" the fiscal year e ding on the lirst ' ue-oiay in May, A. D. 1904, to tic FI » e Thousand Dollars ($*000.0o). Said amount of revenue to be raised hereafter by the annual appropriation hill is for the following purpose-*, viz: For salaries, Twenty Hundred Dollars, ($2000 00 ) Forgeneral improvements ThreeTli ou saud ($3000) Dollars. ) CALL FOR MONTPELIER CITY WARRANTS. Notice is hereby given that I will pay all warrants on the Road, Contingent and General Improvement funds on presentation. Interest ceases 13th. 1903. Dated May 2nd. Mtaj O. C. Gray, Treasurer. on SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP. Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain'!« Cough Remedy, ' 'When I had an attack of the grip last winter (the second one) I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlain's Congh Remedy," says Krank W. Ferry, Editor of the Enterprise. Shortsville, N Y. truth. "Tnis is the honest 1 at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoonful of this remedv. and when the coughing spell would come on on at night I would take à dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the congh would off and I would pass go to sleep perfectly free from congh and its accompanying pains. To «ay »hat that the remedy acted as a most agreeable surprise is mildly putting it. I had no idea it would or could knock out the grip, sim ply because I had never tried it for such a purpose, but it did. and it with the second attack of coughing remedy caused it to not onlv be duration, but ■ seemed the of less pains were less severe, and I had not used the contents of bottle before Mr. Grip had bid adieu." For sale af Lymap' one f me . Drug 8