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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. Baled Hay always on hand. MONTPELIER LIVERY COMPANY J. G. CRANE* Manager* I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED.—At once, man to run farm, on shares or to rent. For particnlars Inqure of Oakley & Hess Furniture Co. MONEY TO LOAN.—In any amonnt on long time at low interest. Apply to John A. Bagley. 42 Denver & Rio Grande - AND Rio Grande Western Scenic Xine of tbe TWlorlö AND THE Only Transcontinental Line Passing Through Salt Lake City. 3 FAST TRAINS DAILY 3 TO ALL POINTS EAST Through Pullman and Tourist Cars ai u Between Ogden, Salt Lake City, and Denver, Omaha, St Louis and Chicago, DINING CARS Service a a Carte on ail Through Trains. For Descriptive Pamphlets or Other Information, Address I. A. BENTON, Gen'l flgt. Pass. Dept., Salt Lake Citu, ANY TICKET OFFICE . I J GOOD Accommodations FOR Travelers and Teams . . . Can be had at GAMP GIVEOUT WOOR 3 HARRIS P OP For a Firstclass uniPrilT A cum/C nnllVuU 1 OP îjliilV t 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. Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. Kings New Discovery FOr rSlJOHR and VOLUi NSrMPTION Price 50c & $1.01 For All Throat and Lung Troubles. Monay back If it fail«. Trial Bottlaa free. A Perfect Cure: i State Given Preferenc ♦ The officials of the United States . land office in Boise have been noti fied that by a recent decision of the secretary ol the interior the state of Idaho is given a preference right of entry on all lands opened up for entry within the state for a period . of sixty days after the filing of the I plats. This ruling applies whether J the state made application for the survey or not. The plats of a number of town ships are expected to be tiled on July 15th, and under the new rul ing, the state will have the right of entry for sixty days after the plats are filed, and the public cannot file upon the land covered until approx imately the middle of September. Heretofore the state has been granted this preference right of en try for sixty days after the plats are filed in the case of all lands for whose survey the application had been made by the state. Under the recent decision, this privilege is ex tended to all lands, regardless of who made the application. Q THE KING OF MOWERS rU\N0 JONES VERTI6LE MOWER IS THE 9 A. *5. if ■A l-J Wi r-V'ST m p iVj 'OSP, I i V -J A $ WÊ r ,y. a wjm -gist 1 Ul 'A AB mpm ■ Intimi* ' ! WWW'/ gJ'-Mr', 1 . . £1 7 I A* % I V 1/ih •:r. u fv// t mi I U'Vf il;/ * M» '>* - * • The handy adjustment for keeping the cutter • bar in perfect alignment with the Pitman prevents The cutter bar can be thrown friction and wear, forward to any point desired by turning the eccentric You can with ease bring the cutter bar in a ver tical position to pass a tree or any other obstruction, or drive home, or to another field without leaving the These mowers are very strongly built and seat. about one half the parts of other mowers. Its weight is sufficient to hold it to the ground, thus does its work without shaking to pieces like light mowers that jump and clog in difficult mowing. The draft is not with the tongue but is done with a draft rod. Call and see it, buy it, try it, and be happy dur ing busy mowing season. Be sure to examine the new alfalfa rake before buying. 'A ffiS V ■ 'A&fffi.-Uh '*■ A m I The rule set forth in the new ruling is applicable to only a limit ed number of the western states; . Idaho being one of the favored few. _ Night Was Her Terror. ' T would cough nearlv all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alex andria, Ind., "and could hardly get anv sleep. I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frierhtfully and spit blood, but, when all other medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and i gained 58; pound«." It's ab olutely guaranteed to I cure Coughs, Colds, LaO rippe, Bron chitis and ail Throat and Lung troubles, Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Riter Bros, Drug store I A Funny Sight. The funniest sight we have for some time was the arrest of His j Honor, Mayor Steely, on the street I corner at noon seen today by a member j of his own police force. The mayor j took it all very calmly but the crowd * hooted in hilarious glee. The mayor j must answer the charge of violating j the city ordinance requiring water j consumers to shut off their hydrants i when the fire whistle blows. He has 1 about 25 partners in sin, who were caught and we don't know how many who were not caught. tello Tribune. Poca Another Close Call* A small fire occurred Monday hack of Tinsley & Son's shop A small outbuilding was consumed, but prompt use of fire extinguishers prevented the fiâmes from spread ling toother buildings, to the people that extreme care should be exercised m keeping all rubbish cleaned up around build ings and! in the alleys. In fat, Mayor Glenn has instructed Chief of Police Gee to see that this done. This blaze was but another notice Death of Chas. Pixtey. Chas. Pixley, an old time dent of Cokeville and a large stock raiser, died at his ranch rosi near the j above named place Wednesday j morning of heart failure, * Pixley had been ailing for a long j time, having been under the doctor's j care for several vears. j widely known throughout this sec i tion and was a highly respected fit - 1 izen. • Mr. He was