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W. G. PHELPS,
TONSORIAL ARTIST Shampooing & Massage. Razors Honed. Montpelier, — Idaho. Two Doors East of the Postoftie té' Jesse R. S. Budge, LAWYER, ft' t PARIS IDAHO S Dr. C. A. HOOVER, Physician and Surgeon, Calls attended throughout South-1 eastern Idano. MONTPELIER. IDAHO ft" ft DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. ft' AH Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros Hours 8 to 12 and i to 6 o'clock. ft' ft' i ft ft Idaho flontpelier, a 14 ft ft' ft ft' JOHN H. LONGFELLOW Attorney-at- Law. - - Idaho Hont] mt —: -j i. . . I, -: - : De Austin, With John A. Hagle; - . Lawyer and Notary Public* Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. * For a Firsi * HAIRCUT or 1 [. I Don f t overlook the fact that Pete's Bath Rooms are first-class and that's the place to gO if you Want a Go to Pete Fuller's ■ FINE BATH. 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I W 1 ^ ° 1 W *v * S ■ ,a * ^ - ' -- _!_ a a ft ft' ft ft' ft' JV ft' a § : ft INIBUSBIN BLOCK PHONE 81 Goods Delivered Goes to Nevada. left last ' W. (p. Petersen, who lias been W'lth the Short Line at Pocatello for the pafitt thiiteen years, Sunday for Sparks, Nev., to take 1 .the position of general foreman of [. the big new shop plant at that ' point. The promotion came to Mr. ' I Petersen as a Christmas present, i Mr. Petersen went to Pocatello ill j 1889 as a machinist. He was made forema i of the machine shop there j i„ j 892, In 180S he went to San ! Antonip, Texas, to work for the | International & Great Northern. He returned to Pocatello in 1897 to take the position of general foreman I of the «bop., which position he ha« heId ovttr J inco ( *1 ! *| The f ,cw P oeition to which Mr. j Petersen goes involves about the same duties and emoluments as that j of Division Master Mechanic, for j although he will still be under the j 1 supervision of the Short Line, now j thftt territory extends to Reno, ! Nev., ydt a system differing some w j ia t from that m vogue at Pocatello | w ^ force on lljat portion of the Hne r under which system the position of general foreman is ldent ical with that of Division Master j ; ti i I V. • , it*- ! hpurW, Nev., u> looMe.1 about a.x j hundred iniles west of Ogden and Mechanic. ! two miles east of Reno. The shop j plant is entirely new, having ju|st completed. The main shop ' building is larger than that at Poca tello and the buildings are all of the same brick and iron construction a been ' ^ ie ver y latest ' cquipmeHt, and in addition to this i tbeie is a foundry in connection, j and a round bouse of forty-eight |* 8talls a11 one hundred feet in depth, j The whole l ,lant is °P erated by ! el eetricity th e same as the Pocatello | achmery and m Will Pass Anti Polygamy Bill* a >' u>i<le r st°„,l that one ot the ( "ret bills to be passed by the legift ! bat lire will be one to punish people living a polygamous life, or those guilty of adultery or unlawful cf j habitation. It is given out th.it j Speaker Hunt is strongly in favor j of such legislation and that he has j pledged the party leaders, his heartV ! co-operation in having such legisli tion passed. The hill has not yet been drawn but it will be by a com petent attorney at the proper'time.-U Capital News. Mr. Win. S. Crane, of California, Md.j. 1 1 j suffered for years from rheumatism and i ; lumbago. He was tiaally advised to try ! Chamberlains Pain Balm, which hedl(|i j aud „ e „ e( . teil a coraptete cure . Th ,, liniment is for sale by Riter's Drug storp IDAHO LAND FRAUDS. Charges Preferred Against Four Prominent Men of the State- Boise Land Office Involved* A Washington dispatch of Jan. 3rd says that more sensational de velopments in public land frauds in the west are expected shortly and it is said that fresh indictments in volving parties not heretofore men tioned, are being prepared at Port land. An investigation of alleged frauds in Idaho has been brought about by affidavits addressed to the president by Fred Culver, of Lewiston, Idaho, democratic candidate for attorney The affidav general two years ago its charge frauds W. F Kettenbach, president of a local trust company, George Rester, bank cashier, and Clarence Robnett, ail of Lewiston. The charges are in connection with the entry of. oyer $i,000,000 worth of white pine, through J. B. West, • * register of the land office at Lewis tor. Culver sent the affidayits to Sen ator Dubois who turned them over to the president, and Secretary Hitch ! cock has instituted an investigation. It is charged that frauds were per petrated on the land office at Boise as we ^ as at Lewiston, ! A special inspector has been dis patched to Idaho to take charge of the investigation. j "The charges," says Senator Du- hois, "involves four prominent cit- izens, one of wliom has been life long friend, accom pan led .with davits." i my The charges are voluminous affi j Paris Pickups. The people of Paris have enjoyed a quiet week of rest at home during the holidays. Monday. A program and Xmas ti exticises wt îe rendeied in thefore |* oon » a childien s p.u tv was given m the afternoon and a dance in the Everything passed off very nicely. ^ ie t)ill of the season The Sunday Scho« 1 of the second ward celebrated New Tears last ee the evening, for the older ones. was given last Friday evening by the young ladies of the second ward. It was a leap year basket ball, and the Mies sorely showed themselves equal to the occasion; tor afur the dance was out they insisted cutting the lucky numbers, their baskets drew, safely beyond the jurisdiction of the city marshal qq, e district school has r with an increased enrollment, so has the Academy. Mr. Ezra Budge our hustlino butcher, returned from Cache Val b'y this week with a herd of about , hundl ^ hpad of 'tattle on es which opened as al young cattle, ue to take the place of older that he sold i^omninie ago. 1 1 „ °. . Ie H fudeiits, who i 1 'heir vacation* from Sc 1<>u Logan and Salt Lake City al home, have returned to their labors. The others will leave next Saturday or Sunday.