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W. G. PHELPS,
TONSOR1AL ARTIST
Shampooing & Massage.
Razors Honed.
Montpelier, — Idaho.
One door west of Brennan & Davis'
Jesse R. S. Budge,
LAWYER,
IDAHO
PARIS
DR. D. J. SUTTON,
DENTIST.
All Modern Methods of Dentistry.
Office over Riter Bros
Ho-irs 8 to la and i to 6 o'clock.
Idaho
iTontpelier,
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THOS. L. GLENN,
Attorney-at-Law
Montpelier, Idaho.
-D. FOLLICK
Contractor & Builder
Estimates furnished for Wood,
Brick and Stone Structures
PHONE 46 z
Idaho
Hontpelier,
MONTPELIER
LIVERY CO.
MUMFORD BROS, Props.
RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and
in fact do a general Livery business
Braying to all parts of the City.
Baled Hay always on hand.
Agents for
ROCK SPRINGS AND
CUMBERLAND COALS
T. M. McCANN, Manager.
NEW SPRING & SUMMER STYLES
Ladies Fine Custom Made
CLOTH SUITS,
SILK AND MOHAIR
SHIRT WAIST SUITS
AND SKIRTS.
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A. STEVENS & BROS., The Great •
Style Store of Chicago, the Spring —
and Summer fashion plates of the £
Custom Tailoring Department, show- ^
ing the beautiful new styles in 9
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits, Shirts 9
Waist Suits and Skirts, also samples •
of the materials from which these •
garments are made. •
The styles this season are very #
handsome and are much more elabo- ®
i ate than any shown heretofore. "
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The line of Ladies' ready-to-wear Suits. Coats, Skirts, Waists and
other wearing apparel will be ready soon. We shall be pleased to have
yon call and examine the styles and samples, or a postal card will bring
them to your home.
JONES' STORE
NIELSEN BLOCK, PHONE 81
GOODS DELIVERED
Waltham Watches are
catried all o'ber the
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best and best known
Watches.
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ALBERT HERMAN,
In Riter Bros. Drug Store,
MONTPELIER, - - IDAHO.
D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
All calls promptly attended to.
Office hours: 10 to 12 in. and 2 to 4 p. m
Offices over Riter Bros, ilrue store.
MONTPELIER
IDAHO
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals for building a bridge across
Bear river at Pescadero, in the County
of Bear Lake. State of Idaho, wiH be
received by the Clerk of the Board of
County Commissioners, at his office in
the Court house in Paris, Idaho.
Said bridge to be constructed accord
ing to plans and specifications on file in
the office of the Clerk of said Board of
County Commissioners, which said
plans and specifications are hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
The Board of Commissioners will
opeu said sealed proposals on the 17th
day of April, 1905, and will award the
contract for the construction of said
bridge to the lowest responsible bidder,
providing, however, that the said Board
reserve the right to reject ail proposals
if they be considered too high.
Joseph R. Shepherd,
Chairman.
Attest: James E. Hart,
Clerk.
Dated at Paris, Idaho, this 9th day
of March 1905.
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The Best Cough Syrup.
S. L. Apple, ex-Protmte Judge, Ottawa
Co., Kansas, writes: "This is to say |
that I have used Ballard's Horeliouud !
Syrup for years, and that I do not hcsl
täte to recommend It as the liest cough
syrup I have ever used." 25c, 50c and
$1.00. Biter Bros. Drug Co., and Mont
pelier Drug ( o.
For a Firste lass
Don't overlook the fact that Pete's
HAIRCUT or SHAVE
Go to
Pete Fuller's Shop
Bath Rooms are first-class
and that's the place to
go if you want a
FINE BATH.
Teachers' Meeting.
The meeting of the B. L. E. A., held
at Bloomington last Saturday, was one
of the most interesting of the year.
There were twenty-five teachers present
and a large number of visitors
'1 be Bloomington brass band furnished
some very excellent music, both at the
day and evening sessions.
The morning session was taken up
with the subiect of Psychology by Mrs.
Lovelace.
Miss Nettie Wright of Bennington,
rendered a solo and responded to an
encore.
In the afternoon J. P. Sorenson and
Prof. Haag held a very interesting de
bate on the subject, "Which shall be
made the basis of education-science or
literature?" Prof. Haag led with a
paper on "Literature as a Basis." Mr.
Sorenson led the opposite side with a
paper on "Science as a Basis." These
papers were both very excellent and
were highly complimented.
One of the interesting features of the
afternoon session was a duet by Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Greenhalgh, who are both
seventy-five years of age.
A recitation by Alfred A. Hart and a
duet by Thos. and John Wilks were
well received by the audience.
There was only standing room in the
church at the evening session, when the
following very fine program was ren- *
dered:
Music by the Bloomington band.
Song, Miss Minnie Broomhead.
Comet f-olo, Roy Welker.
Song, The Holy City, Miss Nettie
Wrfght.
Lecture : Martin Luther and the Re
formation, by Walter M Wolf of the B.
Y. College.
The teachers were royally entertained
by the people of Bloomington and all
expressed the hope of attending another
meeting there at an errly date. Tne
next meeting will be held in Paris on
April 15.
Ifft Gets Good Place.
Editor George N. Ifft of the Pocatello
Tribune, through the intervention of
Senator Heybum, has been offered the
consulship at Chatham, Canada. The
position will pay about $8000 per year
and also affords an opportunity for ad
vancement in the service.
Mr. Ifft had the endorsement of the
state committee, the state administra
tion and every member of the legisla
ture of the state and was backed in his
application for a position by Senator
Heyburn and Congressman French.
The appointment, while not just what
Mr. Ifft wanted, is regarded as a very
good one, considering the difficulty in
getting such an appointment of
: kind for Idaho.
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Mr. Ifft has not fully decided whether
to accept the offer or not, but with the
; assurance that there will soon be
a pro
motion for him to a place In the
. European service, he will probably ac
, cept the place.
COUGHED ALL NIGHT
j But Quickly Cured by Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
A few mornings ago Mr. J. G. Smith
j erman, a good citizen of this place, came
j to the store for a cough medlclue," says
Dr -' € - N. Parnell, of Maplesvllle, Ala.
j' li** RO hoaise that he could hardly
j talk and said he had coughed all the
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him that If it «lid not relieve him
might brigg the bottle back
money. I saw him the next morning
carrying the bottle to the store where he
works, and he tpld me it dhl him more
good than any inedicim he sver use«l "
For sale by Biter Bros. Drug Go.
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