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MONTPELIER LIVERY STABLE.
Successors to Hoff Livery Stable, We.have'bought.and assumed control of the Hoff Livery Stable n Montpelier, and we are prepared to furnish First Class RIGS, BOARD HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business. Draying to all parts of City. • aled Hay always on hand. MONTPELIER LIVERY COMPANY J, G, CRANE, Manager, I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED.—At once, man to run form, on shares or to rent. For particulars I licit! re of Oakley & Hess Furniture Co. MONEY TO LOAN.—4n any amount on long time at low interest. Apply to John A. Bagley. 42 Denver & Rio Grande - TAD— Rio Grande Western Scenic Xtne of tbe TKRorlO AND TIIE Only Transcontinental Line Passing: Through Salt Lake City. 3 FAST TRAINS DAILY .3 TO f\LL POINTS EAST Through Pullman and Tourist Gars Between Ogden, Salt Lake Gitu, amf Denver, Omaha, St Louis and GhiGago. ai y DINING CARS Service a a Garte on all Through Trains. For Descriptive Pamphlets or Other Information, flddress I. A. BENTON, _ „ ^ _ , . , j Oen I fVgt. Pass. Dept., Salt Lake Gity, ; ANY TICKET OFFICE Good I I Accommodât ans FOR ! Travelers and Tearns . . . Can be bad at GAMP GIVEOUTi I MOOR 3 HARRIS P OP I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho.! * April 24, 1903, ( Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before DeMeade Austin, U. 8. Com at Montpelier, Idaho, on June 13 1903, viz: alma h. HAYES „ E ? r „ the SE ^ N W J 4 . NE 'i Sec. 5 , Tp 11 , s K 44 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: L. B. Leverich, Joseph S. Hayes, Alma Haves, George h. King, all of Georgetown . Idaho, Lorenzo It. Thomas Register. May 2, June 8. pd j For a Firstclass HMR6UT or SHAVE Go to Pete Fuller's Shop Don't overlook the fact that Pete's Bath Rooms are first-class and that's the place to go if you want a FINE BATH. TQNS0RIAL ARTIST. For a Fine Shave and an artistic Hair-cut go to the new Barber Shop 2 doors east of Postoffice. First-class work guaranteed* 0 * ! WALT PHELPS, Prop Montpelier, Idaho Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. Kings New Discovery Forr OmVMPTION OHO MM and OLDS Price 50c & SI.00 For All Throat and Lung Troubles. * Money back if it fail*. Trial Bottles free. A Perfect Cure : We the undersigned petitioners, being residents, freeholders and holders titles to land embraced within the fol lowing proposed irrigation district, here by petition the Board of County Com missioners of Bear Lake County, State of Idaho, to create and form an irriga . Beginning at the SW corner of Sec 1 in Tp 15, S R 45 E of B M, U S survey; and running thence N 40 chs; thence*E 20 chs; thence N 340 chs: thence W 80 chs; thence S 40 chs; thence W 100 chs; more or less, to a point 20 chs N of Quarter Sec. corner on the S line, Sec 10, Tp 14 h R 45 E. Thence N 60 chs; thence W 40 chs to corner of Sec 8,9, 16 and 17; thence N 20 chs; thence W 60 chs; thence N 60 chs to N L, Sec 8 said Tp and Range. Thence W 40 chs S 20 chs; thence W 20 chs; thence N 100 chs to quarter Sec comer between Sec 6 and 31 on N boundary of Tp 14. S R 45 E. Thence W 20 chs; thence N 40 chs; thence W 60 chs to center Sec 36 in Tp 13 S R 44 E. Thence N 20 chs; thence W 20 chs; thence N 20 chs, thence W 20 chs to NW corner sec 36, said Tp and range. Thence N 60 chs; thence W 20 chs; thence N 60 chs; thence W 20 chs to Petition for Water District tion district under the provisions of the laws of the state of Idaho Said Irrigation District to be known as the Pacific Irrigation District, in Bear Lake County, State of Idaho, and to embrace the following described lands to-wit: DESCRIPTION OF BOUNDARY LINEIS of the Pacific Irrigation District in Bear Lake County, State of Idaho, as follows; center section 23, Tp 13. B R 44 E. Tp T and C range° ^ t0center Sec 14, Hilld Thence Wf 20 chs; thence N 20 chs; thence W 40 chs; thence N 160 chs; thence E 20 clis; thence N 20 chs to SE corner of Sec 34, Tp 12, S of R 44 E. Thence E 20 chs; thence N 80 chs, thence W 20 chs to corner of See 26. 27, 34 and 35. said Tp and range, thence N 20 chs, thence 'A 20 chs, thence N 20 chs, thence W 20 chs to center sec 27, said Ip and range. Thence N 20 chs; thence W 20 chs; thence N 60 chs. thence VV 20 chs to quarter sec corner between sec 21 and 22 said Tp and range. Thence N 20 chs; thence \V" 20 chs. thence N 40chs; thence W 20 chs, thence N 20 chs to center sec 16, said Tp and ,, T , Thence \V 20 chs; thence N 20 chs; thence VV 20 chs; thence N 20 chs to coiner of sec 8, 9, 16 and 17, said Tp and range range. Thence VV 20 chs, thence N 20 chs. thence VV 80 chs, thence N -60 chs to a point 20 chs W of the corner of sec 5, 6, 7 and 8, Tp 12, S of R 44 E. Thence W 20 chs, thence S 480 chs to quarter sec corner between sec 6 and 7, Tp 13, S of R 44 E. Thence E 80 chs, thence S 60 chs, thence E 160 chs, thence S 20 chs to quarter sec corner, between sec 10 and 15, said Tp and range. Thence S 40 chs, thence E 40 chs to quarter corner between sec 14 and 15, said Tp and range. Thence S 120 chs to corner Sec 22, 23, 26 and 27, said Tp and range. Thence E 40 chs, thence S 80 chs to quarter sec corner between sec 26 and 35, thence E 20 chs, thence S 20 chs. thence E 20 chs, thence S 20 chs to quarter sec corner between 35 and 36, said tp and range. Thence E 20 chs, thence S 20 chs, thence E 20 chs. thence .S 20 chs, to quarter sec corner between sec 1 and 36. on the N boundary of Tp 14. S of R44 E. Thence E 40 chs to NK corner >ec 1, thence S 40 chs, thence E 20 chs, thence 80 chs, thence E 60 chs, thence S 40 chs to the corner of sec 7, 8, 17 and 18, p 14 S of R 45 E. Thence S 80 chs, thence E 20 chs, thence 8 40 chs. thence E 140 chs to quarter sec* corner between 21 and 22, tp 14 8 of R 45 E. Thence S 20 chs, thence E 80 chs, thence 8 100 chs to the corner of sec 26, 27, 34 and 35, said tp and range. Thence E 40 chs, thence S 160 chH to quarter sec corner on 8 side of sec 2, tp 15, SofR45E. Thence E 40 chs to corner of sec t. 2. i 11 and 12, of said tp and range to place 1 of beginning. This petition will be presented and ! filed with the board of count;, conums sioners at an adjourned session or t e nlar April meeting ot 1903, to be | held June 8th. 1903, at 10 o'clock a. rn., ; t * . nrt . house in Paris, Bear Lake ! County Idaho ; | Milford \\ llliam j Thomas Stephen. I Thomas Danks Mrs L P Munk J C Nelson Alma Pierson M F Weaver Chas M Holmes A R Wright Chas Stephens Joseph Hall George Stephens Ed Rich Horace Weaver m p Jensen e r Lindsay Andrew Nielsen Wm Perkins Ed Munk fj fj spiers Frank Wright William Severn J S Robison John R Brennan F B Oaklev under the timber and stone act without in S subsequent filings. cided was the contest of John B, Ander I I F L Cruikshank E Lorenzo Burgoyne F E Weaver S P Sorensen 1, A Bingham C Jensen M C Holmes A D Merrill Ernest Lea Ike Stephens George C Perkins C E Harris H y Lindsay A M Parker Win Stephens John P Ipsen Nels Sorensen Dave Parker Heber Oakey J G Merrill J RShupe T M Mumford John A Perkins M J Davis J W Dufiin Important Land Decision. The Lewiston land office received this week from the department a ruling on the Armstrong case which decides that tiling an application to purchase making proof and paying money dees not preclude the applicant from mak The case de 80n against the timber and stone entry of JauiesS - Armstrong. The contest was made on the ground that Armstrong had three times . . . , 8tone anfl timber act and that his last statement was fraudulent. prior to his last filing made application to purchase under the Pure Food Needs in Idaho. A Lewiston dispatch to the Spokane Review says: A. McPherson state h ticultural inspector, and dairy, food and oil commissioner for th or pure e state under the recently enacted dairv and pure food statute, is here. returned from a i . r ? 1 " and * where he was in consultation W1 "i wholesale grocers and He has just visit to Tacoma and manufact urers and packers of provisions. McPherson savs that after his sations with the . , n\er "f ^manufacturers he was convinced that if there was one thing th ® peuple ha(1 a ri tf ht to know it was waat they were eating. Mr MoPher was informed by Portland and Tacoma manufacturers that a lar-e * the snices ami h.i • 1 ° ° f 1 ' baking powders and 1 ier compounds sold in Idaho adulterated, i Mr. son were in some cases the adultera tion equaling 7., per cent of the entire article. The wholesalers said thev would gladly sell pure articles for Idaho consumption but were because the demand that could be wholes onlv he met in rW M , ,, UlU lr - 51cl herson says he will invite th e business men of Lewiston to m him and discuss leet 0 ftect He expects to time of enforcement h? be severe in his work unable to do fer the product cheaply could so way. with ,. ■ provisions of tho pure food law. with the „hjeet of gesuiig last how the kw will he 8ee Ibe business not the men of the state and rigidly enforce this law been given for it. endeavor to ' ""til all have opportunity to He also states an prepare °»ce the. is arrived he will that. _ v luC EXAMllTFl? tf CA V a Year.