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Cole's Hot Blast
WILL SAVE $25.00 IN FUEL THIS WINTER Sir Cole' s Hot Blast is a great value. We sell it under a positive guarantee. It burns soft coal, lignite coal, coke, hard coal, wood or any fuel ^ without any change in the stove. You only need one stove for the entire year, Spring, Fall or dead of Winter. Strikes or coal combines [>] Vi • . cease to be a terror if you have a Cole's Hot Blast. Fire Never Out I fTscSI i 7 * 5* It is the only stove that keeps the house warm all night and gives the family ^ breakfast room in the morning without kindling' a new fire. Guaranteed to hold fire from Saturday night to Monday morning. Saves the Dollars ^If you feel poor it saves half yoilf fuel bill, while giving the above beautiful results. It wiil even make a ton of cheap slack soft coal, do more work and hold fire better than your neighbor gets out of a ton of hard coal in his $50.00 stove. a warm 'ÏHOT 19 **•*» llfil il 10 1 ■■MUHtiiiTtRniiniuniiji iiimitiutviiuitiiiif - Scientific and Air-tight construction throughout. A patent ed Sieel collar connects the elbow draft to the stove body and cannot open by action of the fiercest heat. The patented compound hinge on the lower draft cannot warp and the u.raft door closes air-tight by its own weight. The guaranteed enioke-proof feed door prevents smoke, dust or gas escaping when fuel is put in >»». the stove. Ferfect results, therefore, from any fuel. The heavy fire box protects the points where other stoves burn out first, and insures great durability. Ask to SCO tlîO pilLCIlwO 1 dustless ash cover for re moving ashes. Our method l mi iVd >5 ill •56 te: i\I mm « m ■. iii ■ . >* IlliPisu m o a a o ja: 7, V ^s-is the only denn way. ^ Cclo's fiotBJsstmakjj jF$3.00 worth of fuel givo nature heat than $10.01) worth in any other stove. Sold on a positive guar antee. Investigate to^ay. ff Shows Stove Burning Sott Coal r 'U WM CAUTION See the words, "Cole's Hot Blast from Chicago each stove. None pm nine without it. »? on the feed door of BURGOYNE MERCANTILE CO SOLE AGENTS Montpelier, • Idaho MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. MUMFORD BROS, Props. RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and: in fact do a general Livery business Draying to all parts of the City. Baled Hay always on hand. Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS T. M. McCANN, Manager. For a Firstclass HAIRCUT Or SHftVL Go to Pete Fuller's Shop. Den't forget that Pete's Bath Rooms are first-class and that's the place to get a FINE BATH. TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually, to fill the new positions created by Railway and Telegraph Companies. We want Young Men and Ladies of good habits, 5000 TO LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. ACCOUNTING We furnish 75 per cent, of the Operators and Station Agents in America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Ttlegraph Schools in the world. Established 20 years and endorsed by all leading Hallway officials We execute a $250 bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from $40 to $60 a month In the states east of the Rocky Mountains. orfrom$75to$100amonth In the states west of the Rockies, immediate ly upon graduation. Students can énter at any time. No vacations. For full particulars regarding any of our Schools write direct to our executive office at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue free. The Morse School of Telegraphy* Cinainnatl, Ohio. Buffalo, N. Y. Atlanta, Ga , LaCrosse, Wis., Texarkana, Texas Sau Francisco. California. THUS. L. GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, daho. Dr. FRANKLIN BUDGE Dentist Honrs—8:80 to 12 and 1 to 0* Office in Riter Bros Block Montpelier, Idaho ANDREW JACKSON'S BIG ESTATE. How He Gained 50,000 Acres as Fees in Law Cases He Tried. There are two ways of reaching the Hermitage from Nashville—either by carriage the entire distance, or by train to the little station called Her mitage, thence by conveyance or foot the remaining three miles. In either case, says a writer in Four-Tract News, the way leads among the rug ged hills of "sunny Tennessee," through native forests which we may easily imagine look just as they did in the latter part of the eighteenth cen tury, when Andrew Jackson, a young man who had just completed a brief and very unsystematic course of "reading law," placed all his worldly goods and himself cn the back of his one horse and turned his face from the Carolinas to the then wilderness of eastern Tennessee to make his for tune. The land records of 1794-7 show that it was during those years that Jackson laid the foundation for the large estate he afterward owned. He was the only lawyer in that region in the early days—days when money was scarce and land was cheap and a lawyer's fee for conducting a case of no very great importance might easily be a "640," a square mile of land. In a few years he was the own er of over 50,000 acres, which he ac quired while cheap and held till it ad vanced in value, when he sold part of it to enable him to cultivate and im pi'ove the remainder. S H A V I N G A SKATE SAILING LIVELY SPORT. Sailor May Travel a Mile a Minute with No Power Save the Wind. To be one's self the mast and the tiller and the boat—sailing and skat- | ing blended at the speed of a high- | class locomotive—this is the sport of skate-sailing, says writer in Country Life in America. In an automobile, in a racing keel, on a blooded horse, the man that guides by clutch or till er or bridle is a piece of dead freight, being to the extent of his weight a drag on the speed; but skate-sailing alone, of sports that attack time, makes use of the guidance itself aa a part of the propulsive force. /he man himself is both sail area and live ballast. With a forty-mile breeze behind him, and clean, green ice ahead, the skate-sailer comes the nearest we shall ever get to the wing footed god that slid down a rainbow. Wings on his feet, and his arms; teth ered to great white wings, he is the lyre of the west wind in a kind of rhapsody of motion. He is as sensi tive to the situation as a photograph ic plate. Every tremor of the sail ac tion passes through him, and he I adapts himself momently to the vari ations of an off-shore breeze. The old world dream was of a cen taur—rnan-horse—two natures in one body. In this twentieth-century sport we have realized a man-boat. The effort to pro-e that a man may cover a mile a minute, unaided by steam or gasoline, by the propulsive power of wind alone, will be made this ad vancing season by some skate sailers at least. Benny on the Crocodile. The crocodile is a large animal that inhabits the Nile and loves to go on the sandy beach to bask In the sun shine and lay eggs. It looks some like a dachshund, only there is more of it at the ends and it is bigger. There was a crocodile once that es caped from a circus. It roamed o'er the country, seeking in vain for pigs and small children to devour, and died of starvation in great anguish. You can ride on the back of a croco dile, but it is more comfortable to use a saddle. It is usually quiet, but Is terrible when roused. We all ought to be thankful we are not a crocodile. JÇennj'. JUST A MINUTE! S is my business H and one of A the ways V I make I a little N money G try me RAZOR HONING is one of niv specialties, bring your razor in and let ME FIX IT I DON'T WANT TO TAKE np much of your time only want to get you interested in my business My Shop is located on lower Main St., one door west Brennan & Davis HAIR CUTTING is easy when you know how. You cant cut your own hair, but I can for you and I WANT TO DO IT. - A NICE FACIAL MASSAGE is the latest process for cleansing the face of blackheads and other injurious substances - - • W. G. PHELPS, - - MONTPELIER Dr Meade Austin, With John A. Bagley. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. | | I Siam MILLIONS OF WHEELER & WILSON ROTARY HOOK LOCK STITCH SEWING MACHINES have been sold during the past half century, affording gratification and satisfac tion to the users. The Rotary Hook is as far ahead of the shuttle as a circular buzz saw is ahead of a cross cut saw—and for the same reason—the Ro tary Hook with its contin uous motion admits of a greater speed and elimi nates the back and forth vibration of the shuttle. SEND FOR BOOKLET BURGOYNE FURNITURE CO MONTPELIER, IDAHO kill™, cough AND U 1^ E THE LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery F0B C WITH 0NSUMPTI0N 0UGHS and OLDS Pries 50c & $1.00 Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK.