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j ! ! 1 1 j ! j ! Here Is your diance! ITfKf . . . . iD ni J!<« :t*Wl" Beginning Ma,y ; 45tli and running to Labor Day, the first, Monday in September, 1905, we will Give Each Purchaser of $5 Worth of Goods *> t *. u>hJ r. » MU'* at our store either for Cash or on Time, a Ticket entitling the holder to a chance to draw one of the following articles, the lucky person having his choice: - ... . - - One Stewart Steel Range with Furniture I j j I ' One Team or Express Harness, Con ffii M wlth ars ! One Sulky Plow, Any Make We Carry The drawing will take place in our store on Labor Day in September next i ■ J 1 Our emyloyees will not be permitted to have a chance in this draw ing, neither will any dealer or wholesale purchaser. Consolidated Wagon & Machine Company I B. A. BURRELL, Local Manager I Miss Connie McIntosh spent th0 j Fourth in Pocatello. , f . , , , Q ! a lco, is e a es a le se 8 . j t lfolbfswe e r ightlSVi81tlDgmP °^'i , I Best liquors tor medical purposes at Montpelier Diug Co. 19 Get one of those Gold Medal camp cots at Frantz Nielsen's. Mrs. Jos Vincent is visiting in Kein merer this week. Frantz Nielsen has some first class shot guns for rent. Mose Lewis is in Malad looking after his businéss interests. Money to loan on city property. Bee Chas. E. Harris. Low interest, long or short time. Miss Lillian Gardner took in the ceie bratiou at Pocatello on the Fourth. IB A little daughter arrived at the home of Lorenzo iVixomof Bharou, last Sun T T Local News . l Montpelier, Idaho, July 7, 1905, Revolvers & shells at Frantz'#; ... 21 Chas. E. Harris, Notary Public. All base ball goods at cost at Frantz j Nielsen's. 211 it. 21 21 2p-2t day. Prescriptions carefully compounded at Montpelier Drug Co. Calls left for 19 Dr. King. C H. Hammond of Nampa, visited with his mother several days the past week. Mrs. J. Larson of Cache Vallèy, is with her sister Mrs. Jl W. visiting Whinyates. Try the Montpelier Candy Factory for all kinds oj confectionery. 5 Mrs. Fred Vogel and Miss Ollie Robin up from Pocatello jesterdaj " For a good after dinner smoke, try a * Trocadero, at the Moutpelier Di J ug Co. Misses Georgia Cooper and %ther UnderwcOd spent several days ati $oda Tprings, thif week. • / son came for a month s visit. — 1 ' ! , 1 Harry Murdock has rented the prop j M "j n '«merly occnpied by E. M. Stewart and Art Young. ! Insure your property against fire. Chas. E. Harris is agent for six ot the j largest fire insuranen companies. 20-2t M "* P C Murphy and children came I in from Pocatello yesterday to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peàrce. , Mrs. Bam L. Lewis has just received * a large shipment of millinery which of them, Mrs. Frantz Nielsen j^pd children left i Wendesday for a threflfWeek's visit at ! Blaokfoot and Ogden. 1 ■'**> For type writing paper, ribbons and supplies, try the Montpelier Stationery & Novelty Co. » Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Williams and Mrs. Ed JJurgpyne returned Sunday from a trip to the Portland fair. she will close out at 50c on the dollar. 21 Samuel W. Richards arrived from Salt Lake Tuesday morning fora week's * * Remember, Sadie sells the celebrated McDonald aud Shupe-Williams candies. visit with his daughter, Groo. Mrs. O. H. _ , u The measles have broken out in the county again. A son of Thos. Gamb ling of Sharon, has a very severe attack , this afternoon for Blackfoot to join the doctor, who took charge of the asylum Schmid, the tailor, has received his Une ot spring and summer samples, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Gasser and Mis. W. H. Cleare and two sons came in from Pocatello Wednesday and went to Glencoe for a ten days outing , Mrs. C A. Hoover and children left Wednesday morniug. I and they are dandies. 47 I Loraine Bagley, Harry Severn, Will Jones, and the Misses Maggie Jones, May Hoff and Stella Stnart left Monday f or a W eek's ontiug in Star Valley, ] I J. A. Hess and family are now oocu- ! pying the Dr. Hoover residence. Mr. ! Hess has fitted up one room for use as * an office in connection with his work as agent for the Security Mutual Life In su ranee company. Frèsn home-made candy of all kinds at Montpelier Candy Factory. The chicken season opens on July 15th Get the right kind of shells from Frantz Nielsen. The: regular ^monthly meeting of St. Andrew's Guild will be held next Thursday evening at the church rectory, All members are urged to be present. Seryioes will be held at the Episcopal church next Sunday morning and even ing at the usual hours, 11 a- m. and 8 p. ra. Subject of sermon, ' Evidence of God." All are invited. You can always get the best of every thing in stapie and fancy groceries at Mrs- Chapman's. 21 42 Mrs. A. Tubbs of this city, was a win* j ner in the San Francisco Examiuer's j annual distribution of premiums. • Last I week she received a black silk dress ' pattern valued at $10. ! Jos. Douglas of Ogden, Mrs. J. Mc Intosh of Melrose, Mont., and Mrs. C.: D Laraunyon of Sunnyside, Utah, attended the funeral of their brother, Arthur Douglas. Tuesday , The Montpelier Candy Factory makes ; j nothing but strict ly pure high grade j ! confectionery, and whén you buy it you j j C. E. Reese of the Golden Rule store 1 will leave in the morning for the east to j purchase goods- He will visit St. Louis, Chicago and New York and ' will be gone about three weeks. I know it is fresh. i Attorney T. L. Glenn was taken sud ! denly ill'yesterday afternoon and for a short time his condition was tnought to ! , be quite serious, but he is much better ! 1 ■ j i ! today, and will probably be oqt again i tomorrow. I W. B Eldredge, a prominent and highly respected citizen of Blaokfoot, ' died on July 4th, after an illness of three weeks with heart trouble. De ceased was well known thronghont southeastern Idaho. if H. W. Brojvn, service inspector for the Bell Telepnone Co., spent several days here this week inspecting the local exchange. He reported that he found everything in a very satisfactory condi , rion He went to Afton today. * Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hutchins of Sheldon, 111., visited a couple of days tk * 8 weea a-t the borne of his cousin, ^ ra " k H,Ul!h,, ' s - T *' < ^ H ™ on " *= x ', '"'ff «'rough the west and ex-. Pect to visit the National park before ( returning home. > j L. H. Willett, formerly editor of the Soda Springs Chieftain, and Miss Rose | Lau. one of the popular young ladies of. that city, were united in marriage last Friday. They will reside in Weiser, where Mr. Willett now holds a position on one of the papers there. I . provement Society last Monday the re- J signation of Mrs. O. A. Hoover, aspresi dent, was accepted and Mrs. A. G. Hun ter was elected to fill the vacancy. The society now bas a membership of 85 and quite a nice sum in the treasury. H ' 8 ' Kendrick8 has succeeded Alf Hoover " manager for the Montpelier DrUg Co * Mr ' Kendrick8 i8 ,rom t ia ' I , Hnnati, Ohio, but for some months past he has been at Hailey. Alf will remain in the store until Sunday, after which he will take life easy for a month or At the meeting of the Village Im I more. ] Thos. Douglas arrived Monday from Cheyenne, having been called here by I the death of his brother Arthur. He ! expected to remain several days to as ! sist in settling up business affairs.bat * yesterday hg- Teeei ved .a message from Snpt. Whitney of the Union Pacific, calling him to Cheyenne, Wnd he left f or there this morning. PAINTS Of any color, for any pm pose j and in any quantity can be pur chased very advantageously at y Riter Bros Drug Co. We are careful to carry only 1 those paints whose quality we are ] sure will give onr customers sat isfaction. Outdoor and Indoor-We have all the paints and varnishes re quired for indoor finishing and out door work, as well as every- i thing in the way of oils, stainB | enamels, dryers, etc., needed for | any painting job— small or large, j All at Riter Bros Drug Co. LOW RRICES Riter Bros Drug Co, Logan and Garland, Utah Fracnklin, Preston and Montpelier Idaho. " ~ ^ 8eems R pity that Star Valley has made no better showing towards repair ing the Montpelier road. We under stand that Montpelier has made a first class road as far as they could this way, Lbut pur end has hardly been touched, excepting perhaps some work on the cut off.—Afton Independent. Schmid, the tailor, is now offering all ! winter suit patterns at greatly reduced ! prices. ! m . , .. ! ^ Th f °° unty commissioners meet next I Monday as a board of equalization. If j you have got any kick coming about I the assessment of your property, go be fore , the board next Monday and tell ' them your trouble**. If you forgot to put in all of your property when the assessor was around, of eqnrse you'll be nonest and tell she boa^abont it, bnt if the assessor listed your property too high it is not likely you will say any thing about it. w**dT.«sdnv - No 18 I. O. O. F. installed the "electee and appointive officers for the ensuing term . Of the former there were only two. H. B. Whitmau /loble grand and Theo. Closner, vice grand. After the 4« i close of lodge, refreshments were served ', and the members spent an honr or more very pleasantly. The-report of the se ( o.çetary showed a good increase in mem j bership for the first half of the year, and the lodge is now in a prosperous | condition. Fishing tackle, of all kinds and best I prices at Montpelier Stationery & Novelty Co. 15 At the adjourned session of district oourt, held Wednesday, Fred and Jas. . O'Brien mid Jobn Lüne were ftconiftivl J ön the char of b u Th * the men who broke into , ^ 8eyeral weeks ago . Attorneyg Go h and Austin were appointed by the court to defend the men. Thejnrv was out an honr> Immediately aft J their ^ charge Jas. O'Brien and John Lane were arrested on the charge of stealing ' I some goods from Chas. Schmid the tailor. It is probable that they will p i ea d guilty to petit larceny, Indigestion With Its companions, heart hurn,fiatu lenc®, torpidity of the liver, constipation, palpitation of the heart, poor blood, headache and other nervous symptoms,' sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive breath and a legion of other ailments, is at . ,, onec the most widespread and destructive malady among the American The Herblne treatment will cure all troubles. 50c a bottle. Sold by Riter Brow., To., and Montpelier Drug Co. People.