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I Holiday Goods! j : Holiday Goods!: * + GOOD GOODS, GOOD VALUE. * Just See WHIN YATES STORE * * «Santa Clause can here find more Presents and * * Toys For Girls and Boys. CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR FRIENDS EVERY CHOICE FINDS PRETTY THINGS That Merry Christmas always brings when Santa Claus them sends. ♦ ♦ + ♦ 4 + 4* 4» + 4» 4» 4 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ♦ 4» + \ WHiNyflTES store, Montpelier l t++++++4+t+++4* + ++*+ +++++++++++t Holiday Presents Why not make useful presents. Select something for a gift from our line of goods and you will have a gift that will be ap preciated for years - - We have an elegant line of Buffets, China Closets, Book Cases, Couches, Fancy Rockers, Dining Chairs and a most extensive line of Brass and Iron Beds. Bupooune Furniture 60 . We sell on the installment plan. ♦♦♦ $$$444444 4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 444444 44 4 444 ♦ THE PALACE SALOON J. F. O'CONNOR, Prop. ; The Finest of Wines. Liquors and Cigars ♦ : : Always on Hand : : Corner of Washington Ave.» and 10th Street. 4 ♦ 4 I ♦ 4 ♦ 4 ♦ 4 - : : ; ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 4' 4 4 4 4 4 ♦ 4 ♦ 4 ♦ Montpelier» : : 444 44 444444 1 4 4 4 4 Idahc, -D. FOLLICK Contractor & Builder . Estimates furnished for Wood, Brick and Stone Structures PHONE 46 z Hontpelier, Idaho D *C\vv> Downfae 1 V /1 n v/rr Poynter, m, LJ.j IDAHO PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to lê m. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drug store. MONTPELIER ! °" < *' Notice is hereby .1,™ the, Jo»epa s. Clark has filed notice of intention to make final proof before DeMeade Austin at his office in Mont-j pel 1er, Idaho, on Tuesday Ute 27th day of, December, 1904, on timber culture application ! No. ** tor the SR ..otter sect,„„No. ! Township No 11 s. Range No. 43 K. ; TIMBER CULTURE, FI.YAL PROOF— ! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. He names us witnesses: Wllfonl W. dark, 1 of Montpelier, Idaho, James Dunn, of George- 1 town. Idaho, W. W. Richards, of Georgetown, i I Idaho, and C. R. dark, of Georgetown. Idaho. lokenzor.thomas, Register. I „ t j V**« * vour Land ««ngs to j D. M. Austin, U S. Commissioner, Montpelier, Idaho. 1 ■ i tÄiT* -28 I PICKINGS FROH THE PRESS« Interesting Items Gleaned from Our State Exchanges* Four inches of snow fell at Weiser last Saturday. The new brewery at Idaho Falls be gan operations last week. Tne new federal building at Boise will be ready for occupancy on March 1st. A brick building 30x00 feet is being erected by several of the enterprising business men of Idaho Falls to be used exclusively for the post office. An ice plant and cold storage room will be erected at Lewiston. The iCe making plant will have a capacity of 2l tons a day and is to be ready for busi ness by the first of next April. Geo. Duval, a Canyon county ranch er, cleared $4,000 this year from 40 acreis of potatoes. He also cleaned up $350 from 2 acres of onions. Mr. Duval paid $4 000 for the ranch a year ago. P. F. Cassady. a prominent fruit grower, residing ntar Weiser, raised about 100 pounds of almonds this son. They were gathered from 29 trees and the Weissr Signal says the nuts are large and of a very fine quality. The new opera house and hall, erect* ed by the Odd Fellows at Hailey, was dedicated last Friday with a ball and banquet, and was pronounced the grand est social event in the history of that town. Over 100 tickets were sold at $4 each. / sea^ The BVeasurÿ department's report to congress contain g a favorable mendation on Senator Dubois' bill of , r . 11 $50,000 each for public buildings at Lewiston and Pocatello. Senator Du ! . . ... _ i7U bois will urge $30,000 also for a building at Moscow. The «lhm-r Ti,m m in u •« ine btiort Liu# Will soon have Its electric light system installed at Glenn's Ferry. The plant will have a capacity of 300 lamps of 1« candle power «a*. J Besides lighting the round bouse and I depot, the company will have four arc ' light, in the yards there. j I . ., cement sidewalks on all of the principal hush,,., .tree,., T he Idaho Falls sugar factory closed j its rnn for this season on Deo. (>, having : manufactured 76,954 sacks of sugar Since Oct. 3. During that time $.301.580 ! were paid out and this amount does no-, 1 j I ! J Another judicial district will likely : bP '- rea,e,] the l<*i»hriure this win tm T ,h * «•«"» .^ct. which now , comprises the counties of Ada, Canyon, , Washington, Boise and Owyhee. Bnsi- \ ness has increased to such an extent » w \ . *" eXtent I ha ' 1 18 far one Jud, e O of j tend to it, and the proposition is to ! I I recou. Idaho Falls has followed Montpelier in passing an ordinance abolishing all signs that project across the sidewalks. An ordinance is under consideration by the council in that progressive town which provides for the construction of include the pay of the beet haulers The total number of persons employed during the run was 220. throw Ada and Boise counTes mtu the new district, leaving Washington Can 1 Z"// ° wyhe « *° i 0,, ' l,rise tl,e *«*« : J. M. L*«eu, prino iMl of the pul.' c schools at Clifton. Oueifia ouniy, w«. ai-rested last week on the charge of hay improper relatiou. with » 1« rear old girl. When arrested Lnrsen admit- ' ted his guilt. He was Imund over to the district court, but before being' 1 Fifty Years the Standard * n Moho 89.2 per cent oftheschcol population is enrolled in the public schools, which is the highest per cent attendance of any state in the union, BAKING POWDER Bade from pure cream of farter derived from grapes. WHO« BAKING POWDER OO. CHIOAGO, taken to jail at Malad, he skipped out, and the Malad Advocate says that effort will be made to apprehend him. Mr. Larsen leaves a wife and two child ren. was held in high esteem by the people of Clifton and was the leader of all the society doings in the villiage. no Up to the time of his arrest he Alias Summons* In the DistrictCourt of the Fifth Judicial Dis . trict the State of Idaho, tti and forthecoun ty of Bear Lake. Charles C. Jone«. Plaintiff, vs. William S ??? dfe u 0 ^;r H £ ghu ?°? fe ü" w ' Arthur W- Good fellow, R. W. Hart. John Shepherd Kells. H. L Atkinson, Richard M. Lvman and Joseph ,] Taylor. Defendants. State of Idaho to William S. (Joodfellow, Hugh Goodfellow, Arthur W. Gdodfedow, R. Hart, Johh Shepherd Eells, H L. Atkinson thest»** offilhS thC Uaui * °* the peo ' You are hereby notified that there is now on Idaho, in and for the County of Boar Lake, herel^^Said^cUmi*« trough "against you'and undisputed possession of the following de scribed lotie muring claims situated in unknown mining d strict Beai'Lake County, Idaho, ana included in the limits of the SE '4 of the NWW îîî e S«r? f ^SWXof Sec. 6, and the NEg of 4 ? e ^,^ M w f i Sec ' J'2 , ?' vnship 13 > South Range 45 East Boise Meridian, viz; The "Ada" "Preston, - • Beulah," "Marlow" and 'Tristà" lode mining claims, which for a more full and complete description see notices of location of same recorded In Book 2 of Mining Claims J®® 0 « 1 / ° f , Bear Lake county, Idaho, at pages r"w « ^^"ow.^Hug^ »StW^eflowr herd Eells. h°l. AtkYnSn^Rkhai^M^fman ÄS iïftÂïiïi.îiÏLS l"* h a "? Il r, K ,,t ' l ï lt , le or ,interest thereto; and for e Q uitable and cost o S f suit!* 6 pr ® ,nises Ina - V be The particulars more fullv anpe tring m plaintiff s complaint, a cert ified copy of which js served herewith and made a part hereof an unless you appear and ai swer to said com - R R , nt . l )in ten days after the service thereof, d »y* i'"«wv"d Ä SÄS SÄS£ £g&g b * r tb ® rebet' demanded in said j. in'TESTIMONY whereof t in™«, ( *erk or lhe said District Court, have hereunto net my hand and affixed the Seal of fffÿfr "'Tam'&VTJv /SEAL] Clerk Of d^s trie tf'on rt C, B. Juck and A. B Cough AttVs for Plaintiff first pub ll-ll last 12-16 w. Hotte of Application for Pardon I Notice is hereby given that the uadersiirnp.i M thîswïK?,»,'»™ S'tbJSSSSwSK ÄiSl'Ä'iÄMS«, ^ at Boise, Idaho, WU1 aumv «ÄÄffÄffi® £"»?ÄhXr T nu ' no '- - S ' joh\ V lusk an<t 41 »V A B. GOUGH. Attorney.