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We have a line of LADIES, M.ISSES and CHILDRENS SHOES carefully selected for their STYLE and WEARING QUALITIES and we GUARANTEE them to give perfect Satisfaction. c It's not what you pay, but what you get for what you pay that counts. SOLE A.GEINT for Si x' Rouai i.V woroest er cor BURGOYNE MERCANTILE CO. I •set VÜ 472 : : PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISEMENTS : : D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and S RGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Offices over Riter Bros, drus store. MONTPELIER IDAHO E. CHALMERS, E. Attorney at Law. Blaokfoot Idalio Dr. C. A. HOOVER, PhuslGlan and Surgeon, Calls attended throughout South eastern Idano. MONTPELIER IDAHO T. L. Glenn, J. Longfellow, Glenn & Longfellow ATTORNEYS AT LAW MONTPELIER IDAHO Do Meade Austin, With John A. Bagley, Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. Land Filings and Proofs Complete. Montpelier, laano. For Sale Cheap. I have 80 aerea of hay land for sale in I Paris bottoms, with good water right. Also 59 acres of farming land, mostly planted to tame hay, with a neat, little house on it, and good water right. I am prepared to give reasonable time to responsible parties in which to. pay for this property. Alfred Budge Paris Idaho. 40 p 7, r~T ; r or line Job Vv Ofk . ♦ EXAMINER H. BECKSTROM, RESIDENT DENTIST All the latest applications and work known to the profession. Painless ex traction by gas and vitalized air. Pain less filling and extraction with the use of electricity. Prices reasonable. Next door to bank. Montpelier, Idaho. Jesse R. S. Budge, LAWYER, PARIS IDAHO. A. BAGLEY, Attorney at Law. Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. J. DR.P.B.DAWLE Y, Dawley & Meloy. DENTISTS ALL OF OUR WORK GUARATEED j Office Riter Bros.' Block. DR. M.S. MELOY Montpelier. |D FOLLICK, Contractor and Builder Estimates furnished on all classes of work. Fine finishing work a Specialty. Mont pelier, Idaho. v9-l I Thomson & son. PAINTERS and . . PAPERHANGERS Montpelier. Idaho. _ New Grass for Dry Farms. Montpelier last I Sunday. While there he visited .the ranch of Dr. C. A. Hoover to • investigate dry land grasses which' ® J s . . the doctor has been experimenting! Chas. H Wetzel of this place, was a visitor in with for the past five years, Mr. Wetzel reports the visit as not only ; vei Y pleasant but of great benefit, The doctor has tried seven or eight different kinds of grass, but after careful observation has selected one, namely, tall meadow oat, or ever green grass, as of the greatest promise, in fact an assured success. Mr. Wetzel brought home samples of the average measuring over four feet long, which he states stands thick on ground and shows no effect of drouth although the land which it grpws is as dry, apparent ly, as the traveled road and flies in dust when the foot is struck into it. The yield in the opinion of Mr. Wetzel, will average about two and one-half tens to the acre on that which is three years old. The doctor is not only interested, but as he should be, proud of his effort and success and is willing to show and explain its nature and culture to any one. that it should be seeded in the fall of the year on land that has been previously cropped. The should be plowed deep and very tine before seeding, pounds to the acre should be used on He advises land ked ! WOl Fifteen on j at first seeding, but the grass first year should be allowed to stand ! until the seed ripens and begins shell out as wild oats do, then to , and let lie on the ground a few days ' before raking. After which the| ground should be harrowed »nd cross-harrowed so as to cover the ' fallen seed and cultivate the etoola, ' cut i by so doing a profitable crop will be secured the second year and it I will improve with each year as is shown by the doctor'« expei ienee_ he having it five years old. It is a lar bet -ter nurse crop for lucerne t ' ha, ' e '^ e T orchard grass.—Soda Springs Chieftain, Brutally Tortured. A case came to light that for persist ent and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled. Joe Golobick of Colusa, Calif., write*, "For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheu matism and nothing reliey d me though I tried everything known. I came across Electric Bitters and it's ,he greatest medicine on earth for that trouble. A few bottles of it complètely relieved and cured me. Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general debil ity. Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by Riter Bros, drug store. Joint Installation. Last Monday evening the hers of the Woodmen camp and the ladies of Woodcraft met in the Odd Fellows hall for joint installation of officers. mem Past Guardian Neigh bor Mrs. Martha Groo was install ing officer tor the circle and Past Consul Whitman performed a like service for the Woodmen. After the ceremonies were had a quartet of ladies sang a beautiful song entitled "Don't Fret. Then T ast Consul Harris spoke a lew' words on the objects and benefits of the fraternities. Next came the supper and it 1,,deed a most elegant and appeti ing spread, Abont 12 was 1W o'clock all departed bavm & bad a most enjoyabl ing * e even No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me continu ously" writes F. A. Gulledge, Verb_ Ala \ had a terrible case of Piles BuÄ . 24 i" SaYve®"™^*^ Equally good for Burns and all aches £'1 »Iter Bmi