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Potof i 3 a ^^wcu's cohere in «* S^r 6 -* 5 ^ tbteves Th? 1 ? "', " eld of . ' le Russian passport system Ä 1 **" and _ timri.t S ° rt asslst *ipt police, are 1 ley keep wat< -*h on the real- I aences report °u the habit» °f tenants i uieir visitors, examine the papers of , newcomers and direct them to report 1 themselves at the police station. The 1 om ers of such a clever and eompli- ! cated system need careful instruction. ( is of the A Curiosity or Sound. If when riding in a balloon, at a! height, say, of 2,000 feet, a charge of guncotton be fired electrically 100 feet 1 below the car. the report, though really 1 us loud as à cannon, sounds no more ! than a mere pistol shot, possibly partly owing to the greater rarity of the air, but chiefly becuuse the sound, having no background to reflefct it. simply spends itself in the air. Then, alwavs and under all conditions of atmosphere soever, there ensues absolute silence until the time for the echo back from earth has fully elapsed, when a deaf ening outburst of thunder rises from below, rolling on often for half a minute. more than Why He Didn't Call. You don't call on Miss Cutting more, I hear, Blobber?'^ "No." any Did she reject you?" Not exactly, but when I first began calling there was a mat at the door with the word 'Welcome' woven in it. and a motto on the wall that read 'Let Us Love One Another.' ii were When the humorist first Rater l noticed that the doormat was changed for one that said 'Wipe Your Feet.' and a motto declaring that 'Harly to Bed and Early to Rise Make a Man Healthy, Wealthy and Wise' had the place of the other." Qualified Praise. Nate Salsbury and Bill Nye great friends. engaged in newspaper work in New York city and took a house on Staten Island, the showman went to dinner with him. Nye exploded, some, new Grand Sweepstakes and Silver Gup Creamery Sweepstakes and Dairy Sweepstakes are some of the honors awarded butter made from cream separated by the U. S. CREAM SEPARATOR exhibited at the New Hampshire Dairymen's Meeting, Keene, Dec. 1-3, 1903 : Below are the scores of the win ners: CREAMERY PRINT Kelsea Knapp. Colebrook, N. H. 9S Points ana Winner of Cresnery and Grand Sweepstakes aad Silver Cap. See illustration. ml stura Hi m ijlu ^ CREAMERY TUB '■i: Hillside Creamery. Windsor, Vt. 97% pointa. Claremont Creamery, Claremont, N. H. 97% pointa. DAIRY PRINTS i Monadnock Farms. Monadnock, N H 97% aad Dairy Sweepstakes. John Pulsifer. Plymouth, N. H. 97. It is very plain that if you wish to make the best butter you should ; . 1 - USE THE BEST SEPARATOR, THE U. S. It holds World's Record for Clean skimming, and its Unequalled Durability is proved daily in thou sands of Dairies. i , j I : Write for i/lustrated catalogues ÏW Western Customers we transfer our separators from Chicago, LaCrosse, v MinÇS^lU. Sioux City. Kansas City and Omaha. Address all letter, to Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls, Vt. 346 s Ti stories, atul Salsbury, turning to his host's little girl, said: "Very clever papa you've got, my responded the demure little when there's company. dear." "Yes, miss. ■ (t »* Impertinence. Mr. Todgers—Why have you sent Maria, the servant girl, away so sud denly ? You told me yesterday that she was tbe best S 1 ** 1 you ever had. I Mrs - Todgers—She's an impertinent i hussv I wanted to borrow her go , loshes - and she said she was afraid I 1 couldn ' t «et them on! 1 ! A1 « Boarding House, ( Stout Man (whose appetite has been the envy of his fellow boarders)—I de clare I have three buttons off my vest. Mistress of the House (who 1ms been aching to give him a hint)—You will 1 proba hly find them in the dining room, 1 8ir ' ! No Doubt* About It. "How do you know it is rheuma tism?" asked his friend. "You haven't seen a doctor." "I know what it is, all right." replied the victim. these things that don't need an intro duction." Rheumatism is one of A Freak Giant. Manager of Show—Have I got a va cancy for a giant? Why. you don't look five feet! Candidate—Yes, that's just it. I'm the smallest giant on record. A Han In Marianne North's ke. Recollections of a Happy Life" is a description of a tame suak«. Si *» Its mistress would sometimes twist the pretty bronze creature in the great plait of hair she wore around her head and once threatened to go down thus decorated to a dinner party of rather stiff people. But one of the snake's own eccentric ities serves to distinguish it among all other reptiles of a similar nature which have served as pets. It was as fond of glittering things us its mistress herself, and when she took off her many rings and placed them on different parts of the table it would go about collecting them and stringing Then it would l them on its lithe body. tie itself in a knot, so that the rings could not be taken off until it was pleased to untie itself again. BANK OF MONTPELIER.: Established In 1891. PAID UP CAPITAL, $20,000. Transacts a General Banking* Business. * OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS; - - %■ > r X X G. B. THübeelanft, pres. 3. TOl. Stoner, I0tce*pres. * Pi < 3 . G. <Brat>, Gasbier u 0. Sponflbero, G isaebster. « Montpelier, xxxxxx»*»* ** * ** ;t £ Idaho. » •ALWAYS COMPLETE * • • • IS OUR STOCK OF Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies • and Gents Furnishings, Jewelry, Etc o O » 9 . 5 9 9 O 0 • We handle all sorts of Farm Pro duce and make a specialty of hand ling car lots of Oats,Hay, Potatoes e • 0 • • 0 m J * ® We buy our groceries in car load lots and can therefore quote you the lowest possible prices. 9 9 • '® QUALITY OF GOODS ALWAYS THE BEST 2 BRENNAN & DAVIS, • 9 !• ' • 9 9 Montpelier, Idaho. « * ********** X * X * X X X* X X X X X X X »X X* X X X X x' X : Tinsley & Sorj. HEW BUSINESS STRICTLY CASH X X ft x If X If ft 9 X ï Better preparedlto do STOVE REPAIRING, TIN WORK * PLUMBING, Then Ever. M -- — ■ * r ; All work must be cash when de- * livered. TI N S L E Y & SON, X * X X X M t X M X U X k % ai If « If t u t x X X « Montpelier, Idaho X X X X X X X '4 M * * * * * * « a* x X X K X X X XX X X X X X K X X