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m i • * WE ALWAYS HAVE IT » % * *> » m m \b m X When you can't find what you want in the Grocery or General Merchandise Line at the other stores just try the Burgoyne Mercantile Co. If its in the General Merchandise Line, we have it. : : : m $ ib * m m m Burgoyne Mercantile Company m *y * (GOOD GOODS) Phone 38 41 + 4 4-4 44444444444 -*- 4 - 4 - 44444444-*-4444444 1 FULL LINE OF PIPES AND TOBACCO- . 4 4 Always in Stock 4 4 4 The Celebrated Quaker Maid Rye, and Crystal Brook Bourbon. 4 4 4 4 THE SOLO CLUB, 4 4 4 4 4 DOUGLAS BROS. Props. 4 4 4 4 Idal}o. Montpelier, 4 4 4 4 We Carry the Famous 4 4 * ciitus, Smoker, F. C. A. Counsellor, Henry IVth Le Paz, Elisha Gray ♦ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - 4 ~ 4 * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 uo. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drug store. IDAHO MONTPELIER - D. FOLLICK Contractor & Builder Estimates furnished for Wood, 15rick and Stone Structures PHONE 46 z Idaho Montpelier, MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. MUM FORD BROS, Props. I ! ! _ _ ^ 1 ROCK SPRINGS AND ; CUMBERLAND COALS I ^ , I RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business Graying to all parts of the City. Baled Hay always on hand. Agents for . M. McCANN, Manager. T Dr. FRANKLIN BUDGE Dentist Hours—8:30 to 12 and 1 to 6 Office in Riter Bros Block Montpelier, - Idaho THUS. L. GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, Idaho. j Fnt* The name Eidredee has stood for the k BEST In the Sewing Machine World._ rr»« . Here Isa New Eidredge; BETTER I h 1 rtV than EVER, and Superior to I 1 fill iV others. Postive take-up: self set ! ting needle; self threading Shuttle; i ! 1 automatictensionreIeasc;nuton»atic 1 Laio bobbiu winder: positive four motion | 1 feed; capped neddle bar; noiseless self adjusting ; ; rolleY hearing wheel, steel pitman; five plv | laminated woodwork, with a ocauttful set of I nickeled steel attachments.■ I , Ask your dea'er for the Improved Etdredge I B" and do not buy any machine until you h_ve . it. 1 alt National Sewing Machine Co. LELVIDERE, ILLINOIS. j j BIG OIL LAND TRANSFER* Atlantic and Pacific Holdings Sold i to the Pittsburg-Salt Lake Oil Company* I 1 ; ! On Thursday the largest oil land transfer ever made in the Pintail!, county field took place in this city when the Atlantic and Pacific Oil j Co's properties were sold to the ; Pittsburg-Salt Lake Oil Co., for » 1 consideration ranging far up into j the thousands. tapis for several weeks past. wa8 r consummated through the efforts of C. A. Dorn, representative of the I - , ! being closed at North <fc Stone s ! bank, where a neat fortune changed TheHearst estate and R. the Atlantic and Pacific, and Mr. A. . V. Taylor of Salt Lake, the Pitts- ! J .. - burg concern. Mr. lay loi is the ; company's chief counsel and general. for the Salt Lake and ' I , i The deal, which had been on the Oil Well Supply Co , of this city » hands. V. Fllis of California, represented manager Southern h »me Thursday after the deal closed. railroad. lie returned was The properties transferred include'; three quarters on Sec. 22-15-118; tine.* quarters on See. 24-15-118; 200 acres on Sec. 26-15-118; all of Sec. 6-14-117; one quarter on See. j 10-14-118; two quarters on See. 12 14 118; three quarters on See. 2-14 118, making a total of 2,700 acres, together with seven rigs, machinery j and all other belongings. ' Mr. D. II. McMillan, manager for the Pittsburg-Salt Lake Co., was in the city when the deal was , -, closed and has taken charge of the property and will make arrange i r r * , , moilts lor extensive development | , . . ; opei atlOllS the coming spring, the | » , , properties purchased OV hlS COlll I r . . . ' , . pailV being among the richest 111 . 1 *, 1 the held. This new company comes highly recommended and backed by suf tieient, capital to carry on extensive development work, and their com jpg bids fair to awaken actiyity never before witnessed in the field. The gentlemen connected with the new company pronounce our high grade oil the richest in the country, not excepting the Pennsylvania pro duct. We welcome the new com pan y into the field and trust its success will be of the highest order. —Evanston Press, _ Do Not Suppress a Cough. When you have a cold do not try to suppress it, but remove the cause. The cough is only a symptom of some disease an( j (-j, e disease is what you should cure, then the cough will stop of itself. The most common cause of coughing is a cold. Anodynes will promptly suppress the cough,and pn parutions containing chloroform, opium, itc., are used forthat purpose, but they do not cure the cold. Chambe Iain's Cough Kemedy on the other hand dors not suppress the cough, but relieves it l>y removing from the throat and lun - 8 the mucus which ob stunted the breathing and allaying the irrlta.'timi and tickling in the throat. It also «»pens the secretions and effectually au<1 Permanently cures the cold us well as the cough. For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug <'". Activity in Oil Circles* A rush is expected to the lulls next Monday bv persons who are to relocate oil lands. It is safe to say that in the neighborhood of two hundred hardy men will be m the hills on the last of the year to stake oul oil lands. Those who are lab Qr j„g un ff e r the impression that interest is waning in our oil fields should have been Jn Evanston du/ . t,on ing the week and counted the erous outfits that left for the hills ostensibly for that num This purpose. office alone has sold over 1,500 loca j notices during the past two showing that an immense weeks, amount of land is to be relocated with the birth of the new year. The main activity appears to be in the vicinity ol Sprint; Valley and Aspen.*—Evanston News R-g'ster.