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W. G. PHELPS,
TONSORIAL ARTIST
Shampooing & Massage.
Razors Honed.
Montpelier, — Idaho.
Two Doors East of the Postoffie
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Jesse R. S. Budge,
LAWYER,
PARIS
IDAHO
Dr. C. A. HOOVER,
musician and Surgeon,
Calls attended throughout South
eastern Idano.
MONTPELIER.
IDAHO
DR. D. J. SUTTON,
DENTIST.
Ail Modern Methods of Dentistry.
Office over Rlter Bros
Hour« 8 to 13 and ■ to* d.o'clock.
Idaho
flontpelier,
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JOHN hp LONG FELLOW
^Äorney-at> Law.
HoÄpelier, - - Idaho
ft Meade Austin,
With John A. Bagley.
Lawyer and Notary Public*
^Vlso U. S. Commissioner for
the District of Idaho.
For a Firstclass
HAIRCUT OF 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.
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Norfolk and Butcher Coat
Styles, also the new Fall
Styles in Silk Shirt W aist
Suits, Skirts Waists, Furs
and other wearing apparel.
I The styles are ezceptionally
h pretty, being the newest,
" most beautiful ever shown.
Chas. A. Stevens & Bro.
have truly maintained their
reputation for handling on
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chandise at prices for which
the lower grades are usual
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GUARANTEED.
MRS. T. w. JONES, at Jones' Store
MONTPELIER, IDAHO
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Read The Examiner
Only $1.50-per year.
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"The Parish Priest*
The Montpelier Dramatic Co,, is
hard at work rehearsing "The
now
Parish Priest" which will be pre
sented about the 10th of November.
The busy season of the year has
prevented the requisite number of
rehearsals up to the present time,
but the company is now down to
business and a number of good
plays will be presented during the
winter.
"The Parish Priest" is one
of the best and cleanest plays on
the road and is highly commended
by the press on account of its moral
tone. Following is the cast of
characters:
Rev. John Whalen, pastor of St.
Mary's Church, J. H. Longfellow.
Dr. Thomas Cassidy, who has fol
lowed his profession 40 years, Fred
Sarbagh.
Dr Edw. Welsh, successor to Dr.
Cassidy, J. A. Barrett.
James Welsh, the doctor's brother, ,
E. F. Guyon.
Michael Sullivan, Dr. Cassidy's man
of affairs, Ed O'Connor.
Frank Dougher, attorney for Shea &
Co., W. H. Wolverton.
Agnes Cassidy, the doctor's daughter,
Mrs. Chas. E. Barclay.
Helen Durkin, Father Whalen's niece
Mrs. Henrietta Ree&e.
Kate Corrigan, a visitor from Ireland,
Miss Irene Thomas.
Neuralgia Pains,
Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic
pains yield to the penetrating Influence
of Ballard*s Snow Liniment. It
trates to the nerves and bone and being'
absorbed into the blood, its healing
properties are conveyed to every part of
the body, and effect some wonderful
cures. 25c,
pene
50c, $1.00. Rlter Bros.
Drug Co. and Montpelier Drug Co.
Dissension in Dubois Ranks*
Judge K. Î. Perky, who
chairman of the demoerati
central committee
was
c state
in 1900 when
Hon. Frank W. Hufit and the
tire democratic ticket
en
was elected,
has been notified by Charles Hervey
Jackson, of the Dubois-Flen
fit, that his services in the
campaign were not desired,
in spite of the fact that Judge
Perky is a member of the
committee of the present organiza
tion. Not only has Judge Perky
been ostracised, but, such
democrat
ner om
present
This,
executive
a good
as W. B. Davidson has
been told bv Jackson
that, he must
speak according to the
compiled by the recent inter
lopers into the
text book
as
party or hold his
even
is persona non gratia
at Dubois' headquarters because he
spoke his mind too plainly to Jack
on the conduct of the
—Capital News.
tongue. It is
Jules Bassett
reported that
son
campaign.
Cured Consumpti
Mrs. b. w. Evans, Clearwater, Kansas
write* "My hn.band lay sics for th!£
mouths. The doctors said that he had
quick consumption. We procured
tie of Ballard's Horehouud
cured him. That
on.
a hot
8yrup, and It
WHS Six VCHTri y irr.
Since then we have always kept a bottle
in the house. We cannot do with Jo. I
For coughs and colds it has no equal
-•>c, 600 , ( 1 . Rlter Bros. i>ru e t . .
Mn»tpdler n, ug Co. * an,,
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