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TONSORIAL ARTIST Shampooing' & Massage. Razors Honed. Montpelier, — Idaho. Two Doors East of the Postoffie Jesse R. S. Budge, LAWYER, PARIS IDAHO J A. BAGLEY, Attorney at La\*. Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. De Meade Austin, With John A. Bagiev. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. For a Firstclass HnIRGUT 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. A. HOOVER. PhusiGian and Suroeon, Calls attended throughout South eastern Idano. MONTPELIER. IDAHO D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN' and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 in. ami 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drug store. MONTPELIER IDAHO JOHN H. LONGFELLOW Attorney-at- Law. flontpelier, Idaho THUS. L. GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, Idaho. DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. All Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros Hours 8 to is and 1 to 6 o'clock. Idaho flontpelier, 14 i S S * j* ijj jj 9 ^ M it S it S M COflE IN * * I ■ and let us show you our goods. We have * just received our FALL LINE OF DRY | GOODS. a ,<t We also have a nice line of Shoes ; in the Latest Styles for Ladies, Gentlemen, | Misses and Children. :S a !£ !S » I m yg I We want to dose out our line of Men's I I Hats this Fall, if possible, so we have I ÈC eft « decided to make I A CUT OF 25 per cent ON ALL | i MEN'S HATS IN THE STORE. ? * 9 9 ( Come early and get a good selection. Ladies, | when you are out on a shopping tour, don't | g stop until you have visited £ ! ♦ X ♦ * ♦ * $ 9 9 9 1 UP TOWN. Ï Phone 31. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. | »M*M**m**n*M»m*M»*****MM*iX a*r ***r » »*» »** THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE THE IMPROVED UNITED STATES CREAM SEPARATOR There are many reasons for this, a few of which we give below : First, last and always, THE U. 8. SEPARATOR 8KIM8 THE CLEANE8T It holds World's Record for clean skimming, having averaeed for sectuive runs a loss of only .0138 of 1 per cent, m the skimmilk. THE U. 5 . HAS A PRACTICAL LOW SUPPLY CAN into which it i easy to pour milk. THE U. S. WEARS THE LONQEST with the least 50 COD expense, so its users say. CAN PRODUCE THICK CREAM as well as thin cream without clogging, thus enabling the user to meet the requirements of the many cream eries tuat demand thick cream and pay one cent more a pound for it. THE U. S. IS THE SAFEST SEPARATOR, its gears being entirely enclosed, thus doing away with all danger of injury to them or those around it. 060a » THE U S SAVES TIME, LABOR AND MONEY, as all who will buy one will soon find ont. 1 From the above it is easy to understand why THE U. 8. 8EPARAT0R 18 THE M08T PROFITABLE TO BUY Write /or handsome illustrated catalogue. W. bm tauf« booMj .1 dut dUbml point*, thaï injuria, pnaaf* d,llv«ry to may nction. Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls, Vt. space -■ • Q © © O ® ® a £ • j 9 © See the exhibition of U. S. Separators at the St. Louis Exposition 52, opposite working creamery, Agricultural Building. 9 £ If you are contemplating' a trip Eestdur ing the present year, remember that the © : OREGON SHORT LINE, in connection with the UNION PACIFIC, • • Is the short, fast route to St. Louis and the Fair and al! points E. 0 See any Short Line agent for full particulars, I). E. HURLEY, G. P. <fc T. A. Salt Lake City. Utah. ! I O ^ j !*ast. or write • D. S. SPENCER, A. Vt. P. <fc T A. m ? e e Democrats Out of Power. Somehow or other, the Dubois candidates for state offic38 ashamed of every plank in their Lewiston platform except the one to annihilate the Mormons. Nota solitary one has so far alluded to the other isms embodied in the docu ment, the crudest ever framed in the state by a political convention, doubt, the voters would like to know how the judiciary is to be lifted above politics; how school superin tendents are tobe similarly elevated; how a Democratic administration can exercise economy; how a Demo eratic officeholder can ride on a rail road and pay his fare; and why the Democratic administration for the six years prior to 1903 did not make state and county treasurers return the interest on the public moneys to the public funds. is put out of power it is very virtuous and good, and its professions of morality are loud and boastful, but entrench it behind an official em bankment and it saps the life and energies of the people. It, there fore, seeks to hide its own déclara tlon of principle under a fictitious i88Ue an effort to pull the wool over the Murray Sun. are No When Democracy eyes of the people.—The Cures Chills and Fever. G. W. Wirt. Xacogodohes, Texa R. s: ''His daughter had chills and fever for three x ears; he could not find anything that would help h*r till he used Herbine. H:s wife will not keep house without it. au<l earmot say too much for it. SOc Riter Rroe Drug Store and .Montpelier Drug ('o. * The Tax Levies. Below we give the tax levy for this year, as fixed by the eommis counties— Cassia and we failed sioners/in all but four Washington, Nez Perce. Lincoln, In these note the levy at the time it was pub lished in the to In the teen counties given, only five have lower levies than Bear Lake, highest is Custer papers. seven The with a levy of * 3 ' 75 and die lowest is Bannock with $1.80. Bear Lake .. Elmore. Bingham.... Bannock Ada. Lemhi. Blaine. Fremont. Canyon. Oneida . Latah. Shoshone. Boise. Idaho. Owyhee. Kootenai. Cnster. $2 30 2 9Ö 2 23 1 so 2 20 3 10 3 00 0 2 IX) 2 10 3 00 2 73 . 3 30 .3 00 . 3 00 . 3 10 .... 3 73 fl Love Letter. "'T 11 ' 1 Dot »nterwty.,u|fy OU - PH , ook _ ng for a guaramee .1 Salve f,.r Sores burns or Piles. Otto Dodd, of I>, n ,| e r Mo., writes: "I Buffered with an n *lv Tic; ,r s a , xenr * ,utaboxof Ar. lc.t sul\e cured me. Salve on Drug Store. Ill* lb.* Ire>t ~' >c at Riter Bros. «r.rtli."