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THE SOLO CLUB,
DOUGLflSS Bï^OS., Props. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars. Biggest line of Pipes in the County, from 5c to $15.00. Any kind you may want. Also full line of Chewing Tobacco. THE SOLO CLUB Montpelier, Idaho. I , , , Ï LlSt your proporty With thB j * s * : 2 * * BEAR LAKE REALTY CO. * 2 * * a» * T Vit 2 * * * *It Ut m S We have inquiries every day for ranen property lots, houses, etc. * » * * vfc * vii * vil * * * vit vll V*l J JJ J jj If you want to buy a piece of property Correspondence solicited. * see us. V It w * vlt lit •It lit m U* * J JOE FULLER, Manager, MONTPELIER, IDAHO. : m **4***»*»*44**4**4*»***i»*i***4»*9*9»»»4**4*44*3*42$ W. G. PHELPS, TONSORIAL ARTIST Shampooing & Massage. Razors Honed. Montpelier, — Idaho. Two Doors East of the Postoflie Jesse R. S. Budge, LAWYER, PARIS I AHO J A. BAGLEY, Attorney at Law. Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. Dft Meade Austin, With John A. Bagiev. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. For a Firstclass HAIRCUT 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. Dr. C. HOOVER, Phuslclan and Surneon, -——— ^ Calls attended throughout South* eastern Idano. MONTPELIER IDAHO D'Orr Poynter, M. D PHYSICIAN and S URHEiON All calls promptly attended to. ■ Office hours: 10 to 12 in. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drue store. MONTPELIER IDAHO Notice to Settle. All accounts due the firm of Oak ley & Hess Furniture Co. must be settled on or before the 16th inst. or preoeedings will be had in court. E. T. Shepherd. Receiver. 7-8 Notice of Attachment. In the District Court of the Fifth Jud icial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the county of Bdar Lake. Pat Ryan, plaintiff, vs F. W. Rose, defendant. Notice is hereby given that a writ of attachment has been issued out of said Con?* against the defendant and in favor of the plaintiff in the above entitled act ion. Witness nay hand an I the sea 1 of said Court at my office in Paris. Idaho, this 8th day of April. A. D. 1904. j [seal] Jas. E. Hart, Clerk af District Coprt ! A meeting of the members of the Bear Lake Stockgrowers Associa- 1 tion, is called for April 30th, at the city hall in Montpelier, said meet- ; ing to convene at 1 o'clock p. ni., j of that day. All members are urged I to be present. ^ 0(l Robison, See. Stockgrowers Association Meeting. - Raising Mules. Dave Stuart hàs asked us to pub lish the following twenty for raising mules: 1. They can be raised cheaper than any other stock. 2. Will go into the market sooner than horses. 3. They are marketable any time weaning time (four months old) until incapacitated by old age. 4. Are less liable diseases than the horse. reasons from to contract Pasture a number of colts through the grazing season and you will find plenty of blemishes at feed ill g time. Mules prove to the con trary, and have few. 6. They are easy to raise, easy to sell and hard tb blemish. 7. They instinctively avoid holes and dangerous places. The mule i(j more steady when at work than the horse. Can stand heat better than 8 . 9. the horse, are steady and can be Led upon. 10. re Can stand more abuse and hardship than a horse. The point in mule raising is their quick growth. able at 3 years old. No kind of horse-flesh is 11 . Are market 12 . more stable in price, excepting or fancy specimens. There is always a steady de mand for good mules. thoroughbreds 13. ! . 14 Buyers make money by buy- mg at weaning time, and by pastur ing and feeding eighteen* months have t } iem ,. eady for t j ie raar k et , > One steer will eat as much 15. as a team of mules. heed the same amount to a hunch of mules that you do to your 16. hogs and see which will make the most money. you 17. A good cow, fed to make butter, more feed than a team of mules. will consume as much or As for live 18. animals, they are being more extensively ^ or ^is purpose. cannot be beaten, and used on the farms 19. As they will not breed, they a special purpose, and that is, as true, honest, durable and valuable workers. were created for The reader 20 . will probably "Why are not more mules raised?" Simply because in most localities there are no jacks to breed tO. say: u,, l° 88 you breed to a good jack. Good mules cannot be raised May Day Social. Have ye heard it, 0 ye people. Heard about this May Day Social, To be given by the ladies Of the church, the Presbyterian Y How the ladies need some money For to pay the church insurance? So they are going to give a social May Day Eve, April the 30th. Going to give it at the Opera House Twenty-five, the cents in number, You must pay to see this social, they will entertain you, nicely, Entertain with drills and music. So they hope you will be there And they know you will enjoy it. Notice of Meeting. STOCK HOLDERS-PACIFIC CANAL COMPANY. Notice is hereby given to each and all the stockholders of said company that a meeting of said stockholders will be held at tne office of John H. Longfellow in the city of Montpelier, Comity of Bear Lake and State of Idaho on the 9th day of April, A. I), 1904, at 7 .HO o'clock p. m. for the purpose of adopting a reso lution, authorizing the directors of said company to convey by resolution or deed or both (if so desired) all the fran chises, property of every character and all rights, privileges and interests of said company to the Montpelier Irriga tion District, a corporation, for aud consideration of the assuming of all the debts and liabilities of said company by said Montpelier Irrigation District. Said meeting will also take steps to dissolve the corporation known as the said, The Pacific Canal Company. Witness our hands this 23rd day of February, A. D 1904. Attest, Milford Williams, Secretary. m W. W . Clark. President NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Mar 24, 1904. Notice is hereby piven that the following named settler has hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before DeMeade Austin. U. S. Commissioner, at his office in Montpelier, Idaho, on May 10, 1904, viz: CAROLINE BUHLER for the SES* SEM Sec. 23, and SWW SW« Sec «^i N 43 W E k | eC M. 25anâNEÏ NE ^ le " He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: William Kunz, David Kunz, John T. Riebv and Christian Kunz all of Bern, Idaho. LORENZO R. THOMAS, Register. Pd. ESTRAYS. I dark bay mare, 3 years old, has black colt. Branded lazy K or blotch on left -shoulder. on. No 1 light bay mare, with shoes brands visible. 1 black sticking colt above mentioned, brands visible. Taken up March 7th, 1904. no f/AYS BROS. Georgetown, Idaho. Filed March IS, 1904. Stockmen Attention! Heiss Bros., on Crow Creek have full stock of sheepmen's supplies. Grain and Hay for sale. a Jul 1. New Livery Stable drank & MUM FORD, PROPS. New Rigs. Good Horses. We take parties to all parts of the Country. Horses board«! by day, week month. or x Draying to all parts of the dty. Barn opposit tne Depot, Phoue 59 MONTPELIER. IDAHO.