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Local News
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You always get fresh candies up at
Sadie's.
A son was born last Friday night to
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Dayis at Dingle.
Dr. Budge does strictly first class den
tal work.
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Judge Kelly is quite sick.
He is suf
fering with a complication of liver and
bowel trouble.
Big bargains in ladies' skirts at Mose
Lewis.'
Harrison Hess and Emma Smart,
both of Georgetown, were married at
Logan last week.
Repairing and cleaning at Schmid,
the tailor.
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A new line of Ladies' Skirts at H. B.
Whitman's.
Pres. Osmond of the Star Valley Stake
was in town Monday, on his return
from conference at Salt Lake.
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Woolen Hosiery, best to be had at,
H. B. Whitman's.
We handle the best wines and liquors.
to be fonnd in the county. Montpelier
Drag Co. 31
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A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels
Johnson of Ovid, is very low with
typhoid fever.
Buy your groceries at the little store
with the big It and get your money's
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worth.
A fine twelve pound boy arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Collett of
Cokeville. last Monday.
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Where did yon get that fine bakery
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Redman returned
Monday from a months visit with Mrs.
Redman's parents at Alexander, Wyo. j
For Rent—A large, nicely furnished
room ; inquire at this office.
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bread? Up at Sadie's, of course-.

New carpets and linoleum at Muse
Lewis. '
Deputy Sheriff Evans of Oneida coun
ty, was here last Friday in search of a
criminal, but found no trace of the fel
low here.
Teacher—"Define It.
a store where you get the nicest things
to eat in town.
W. J. Crockett was in from Dingle
Monday and reported the arrival of a
little daughter at his home last Satur
day.
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Pupil—"It is
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Men's suits in late styles and low
prices at Mose Lewis.'
Sam Stevenson, an employe of the
Riter Bros. Drug Co., has been trans
fered from Preston to their store in this
city.
A new line of tinware just received at
Mrs. Chapman's.
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Attorney General Bagley was down
from Boise the greater part of this week
looking after some cases before the
district court,
I Mrs. Chapman always keeps the best
0 f everything in the grocery line.
Tuesday night and a banquet after the
close of lodge. Those present report
havin & had a most delightful time.
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Men 's Hats, latest style, just in; call
see the new things at H. B. Whitman's 30
O. H. Skidmore, snperintendent of
the Electric Light Co's works at George
town, returned yesterday from a busi
ness trip to Salt Lake.
Call and see Mrs. Whinyates for fine
millinery, ladies hoisery and under
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wear.
' On account of district court being in
session at Paris the oounty commission
! era adjourned their regular October
meeting until next Monday.
It will be to your advantage to trade
at The Fair, goods always the best, and
prices always the lowest.
j The Lady Maccabees had initiation
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New line of mens dress shirts just in,
"Monarch Brand." H. B. Whitman. 27
Over forty car loads of hay have been
shipped from Wooley's spur already this
fall, and it reported that all the surplus
hay in Georgetown has been sold.
When in Montpelier, call at Dr.
Budge's dental parlors, over Riter Bros'
drug store.
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The Mutual Improyement Association
had another of their eu joy a hie socials
Tuesday night. Refreshments were
served after the close of the program.
Compare our ladies $2.25 shoes witn
anv $3.00 shoes in Montpelier and you
find itiustasgood. H. B. Whitman. 27
Mrs. Sarah Hammond and Miss Mary
Hull will leave Sunday morning for
Nampa to attend the Rebekah grand
lodge which meets there next Monday.
A beautiful line of Mew Japanese
China, just the thing for wedding and
birthday presents. At H. B. Whit
man's
A little daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis last Monday
night. Jeff is feeling pretty good as he
says they now have three queens at his
home.
The largest line of outing flannels and
Cotton Blankets shown in Montpelier.
Call and see and get prices at H. B.
Whitman's.
W. H. Campbell, a freight conductor
has been transferred from Pocatello to
this place. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell ar
rived last week and have gone to house
keeping on South Eighth street.
Head quarters for school supplies.
Tablets, pencils, inks, erasers, etc.
Montpelier Drug Co.
Frank Dusenberry, Manager of the
Telluride Co. at Dingle, received a
telegram Monday, calling him to Mon
tana on business He left Tuesday and
will be gone several months.
Get in an order for a fine winter suit
now and have it delivered later on.
Chas. Schmid, the tailor.
Cleve Gee writes to his parents here
that he was heartily congratulated by
his fellow students and the faculty at
the state university, when the news
was received of his appointment as
cadet to West Point.
Do you make quilts? If you do call
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At the annual meeting of the In
dependence Copper Mining and Smelt
Co., held last week, the following
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directors were chosen for the ensuing
year: J. L. Underwood, R. W. Gee, E.
M. Stewart, M. F. Whitman and Phil
Thomas.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Sweat
ers, Golf Gloves, etc. at H. B. Whit
man's.
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Freight traffic on the Short Line con
tinues to be very heavy. The road is
getting a line of business this fall that
> it has never had before—the hanling of
Oregon and Washington grain to the
eastern market. Stock snTpments are
still light owing to the inability of the
road to furnish cars.
It will pay you to look through our
magnificent stock of clothing, dress
goods, boots and shoes and millinery;
latest styles and lowest prices—The
Fait, Sam Lewis.
Tuesday morning the Pirat National
Bank of this city reoeiyed its finit con
signment of currency, conaUting of
four hundred *5 tails, bright and crisp
direct from the burean of printing and
engraving. The Mile bear the likeneee
of the late Benjamin flams, but other-1
w jge are similar to all' national bank
bills. Their $10 and $20 bills will ar
' rive in a few days.
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' WHEN RHER'S LABEL
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IS ON THE BOTTLE
You know the contents are pure
That's the standard we've put
on our drugs.
That's the standard we've put
on our Wines and Liquors for
Medicinal purposes.
The same care in selecting
them that is exercised in select
ing the Drugs that go into your
prescription.
poor Wines and Liquors will do
more harm than goo I. We want
the Wines and Liquors you take
for medicinal purposes to do you
as much good, as the prescriptions
we fill for you.
Can yon wonder then when
say: "When Riter's Label is
the bottle the contents are pure.
We know that
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Riter Bros Drug Co.
LOGAN, UTAH.
Franklin, Preston and Montpelier
Tdaho.
For Sale.
Having other business that demands
I my attention, I will sell for $275 my
restaurant and rooming house—The
American House, opposite the depot,
Montpelier, Idaho.
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Wednesday morning Jacob Jo
otvme it too close contact with the heels
of a broncho and as a result he lost
three lower teeth and his chin
badly lacerated that the doctor found it
necessary to take fiye stitches in dress
ing the wound.
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was so
County Superintendent Whitman has
called a meeting of the teachers of the
county to be held in the school house at
Paris tomorrow for the purpose of or
ganizing a County Teachers Association.
The meeting is called for 11 o'clock to
morrow morning.
Miss Hughes, principal of the
upper
school, reports that the enrollment is
now about 200, which is considerable
more than were enrolled at the close of
the first month last year,
primary is overcrowded, there being 80
little tots in that room.
The first
R. W. Gee says that his son Cleve has
j notified to appear at Helena, Mont.,
on '^■P r *l 15th to tako the examination
for entrance at the West Point Acad
emy. If he passes the examination at
Helena he is to report at N est Point
the first day of next June.
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The steam threshfer, owned by Bear
Lake parties, pulled into the Cokeville
country last Sunday, and began thresh
ing Tuesday morning at the Ryan
ranch. The machine is now at work
Tim Kinney's oats and it is expected
that he will have between 20,000 and
25,000 bushels.
Chief of Police Gee requests us to call
the attention of property owners of
Montpelier to the fact that there is
ordinance which provides that all gates
which open only one way should be hung
so as to swing in and not out on the
He says that quite a number of
property owners have failed to observe
this ordinance.
Montpelier and Soda Spring« »ill
a«,,, be connected by telephone There
I, only about 14 milieu of wire to string
to complete the connection, and a gang
of line men are now at work comnlet
; ing t he g. p Monday 700
were shipped from here to Mt
be distributed from there
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