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D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and &ÜRGLON All oalls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 in. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drug store. MONTPELIER IDAHO - D. FOLLICK Contractor & Builder Estimates furnished for Wood, Brick and Stone Structures PHONE 46 z Idaho nontpeller. De Meade Austin, With John A. Ragle«-. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. jCll Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros Hours 8 to la and i to 6 o'clock. Idaho nontpeller, 14 Dr. FRANKLIN BUDGE Dentist Honrs—8:80 to 12 and 1 to 0 Office in Riter Bros Block Montpelier, Idaho DP. H. B&GKSTROM LEADING DENTIST Stock and Produce taken in Ex j change for Dental work. MONTPELIER, IDAHO r UNDERTAKING AND EMtiALfllNG We carry a complete line of Coffins, Caskets and General Funeral Supplies. BURQOYNE FURNITURE COHPANY OFFICE PHONE 14 k RES. PHONE 73 MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. T. N. STEPHENS, Manager. RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business Draying to all parts of the City. Baled Ilay always on hand. Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS THOS. « . GLENN, Altorney-at-Law Montpelier, daho, > Baby Carriages and Go Carts THE FINEST LINE EVER BEFORE SHOWN IN H0NTFELIER Let us frame your Pictures, we have a fine line of Mould ings of all sizes and patterns I Nielsen Furniture Co / " SNAPS IN REAL ESTATE left after illness pect Thos. three and your tailor. from. teed. ed They loads run Drug now future •to store and the are of and stock C. ricks, 1904, has fast ever. sure on as, day . by bs • 55 fec-t front in heart of business district, $60 per front foot includ ihg all improuements. 6 room house, hum and big let, $700, a snap. Two tine resident lots $350. Other snaps call or write, CHAS. E. HARRIS, The Insurance Man nONTPELlER, IDAHO T 1 ■ Local News Montpelier, Idaho, April 6, 1900 Chas. E. Harris, Notary Public. Dr. Poynter was in Boise Tuesday on business. Fine fresh white and rye bread at Sadie's. Tbe county commissioners meet in regular session next Monday. A new stock of men'sand ladies'shoes at Mose Lewis'. R. L. Robison has taken a position With the Studebaker Bros. Co. For sewing, call on Mrs. Robbins, just south of Studebaker's. Meals now served on Sundays at Çherry • Deacon" Joe Fuller is down from Cokeville today, on business. Good wheat straw for sale by D. C. Stuart of Wardboro. Regular Saturday night dance at the opera house tomorrow night. The Stork left a flue boy at the home 0f David Martin, yesteruay morning. A fine line of ladies' spring waists and skirts at Mose Lewis.' Misses Marv and Connie McIntosh went to Salt Lake Wednesday for a week's visit. Ice cream, lunches or suppers served after dances at Cherry 's. March came in like a lion this year and went out like a score or more of those raging beasts. Lettuce, radishes, celery, etc, at Cherry's. Mrs. McIntosh went to Ogden Wed nesday for a weeks visit with her dangh ter, Mrs. Kelly. Ioe cream and cake served on the stage during dance Saturday night. 6 Mrs. H H. Maguire returned Satur day from a six week's visit with rela tives in Kansas and Missouri. Al. the latest fails in dress goodp, vvaists, skirts, belts, etc., at Mose Lewis', Mrs. W. R. Holmes went to Toole, Utah, Wednesday for a three week's visit with relatives. Gus Spongberg will occupy the store room in the First National bank builC iug, when it is completed. All the late spriug styles in dress goods, from the cheapest to tne finest at Mose Lewis'. A. B. Mattson this week purchased the Jas. Smeath residence property, just east of the Catholic church For a dainty lunch try nabiscos ard fruit cake, for sale at Sadie's. The regular dances will be given at the L. D. S, hall tonight and at the opera house tomorrow night,. E. A. Bnrrell went to Salt Lake today to engage an architect to draft plans for the First National bank building. 8 8 's. 7 8 8 6 8 Schmid, the tailor, makes a specialty of repairing and cleaning clothes. 27 Theo. Wright returned Tuesday from a four month's sojonrn in California the most of which time was spent in Los Angeles. Miss Susie Birch returned Wednesday from a two month's visit with relatives at St. Anthony and in the Jackson Holt country. Patronize home industry by using Montpelier floor, sold by all the mei obants of the city. Mrs. J. L. Underwood will retnrn tc from Sterling, 111., » here she called two mouths at,o by tbe ill 3 » k morrow k k -va* * jesoof her mother. k Bear Lake County is represented ii mit Lake this week by about 200 citi There were 135 tickets sold foi tue special train, Wednesday. We have need Montpelier flour aim ire free to state that it is equal to any flour sold ou the market. "Charley's Aunt" will be pleased to ueet you at the opera house Friday and Saturday nights, April 18 aud 14. ehe'. i gay old gal aud will make you laugi until your sides ache. Pure bred single comb White Leghorn Cocirels for sale by the Fear Lakt Poultry farm at Ovid. Henry Si hm'.dt has resigned ijis pos - tion with the C. W. &. M. Co. and will try ranching again, having taken a three year's lease on his father's ranoi. at Wardboro. The Montpelier flonr mill is now running day and night and the com pany is prepared to promptly fill all orders. a 4 /.eus. k a 3 * k k * £ £ » k \ 51 * k 3 A Meals aerved at all hoars at Cherry's. Mrs. Hammond and Mrs. Clark, who left for California last week, returned after reaching Salt Lake, owing to the illness of Mrs. Hammond, They ex pect to make the trip later. The homes of Mo. B. Thom-'nn and Thos. Bruce have been quarantined on account of scarlet, fever. There are three cases at the home of the former and one o»se at the home of the latter. Keep your money at home by having your ilothiug made by Schmid, the tailor. A full line of samples to select from. Fit and workmanship gnran teed. Frank Jones and Will Hnnter return ed Sunday from a cattle-buying trip. They purchased five carloads in the vicinity of American Falls and three loads at Dillon, Mont., which they will run on the range in this section this summer. The new fixtures for the Montpelier Drug company arrived Monday and are now being set up in the company's future quarters in the Downing block. Manager Hoover says that they expect •to be ready for business in their new store in about a week. Mrà. A. O. Hnnter returned last Saturday from a two month's visit with relatives in Denver and Pueblo, Colo., and Sumner County, Kansas. She says the farmers in that section of Kanaas are feeling jubilant over the prospects of an abundant wheat crop this year. Mrs. Whinyates is daily expecting the arrival of a shipment of ladies' skirts and waists—all np-to date styles and colors; also another consignment of millinery for Easter. She also has in stock a full line of ladies' underwear, hosiery, corsets, neckwear, gloves, belts, handbags add fancy ohinawarex In the district court this week Judge Budge granted a decree of divorce to C. H. Fredricks from Lnella Fred ricks, on the grounds of desertion. The couple were married in November, 1904, and in less than two months af terwards Luella left her liege lord and has ever since refused to live wiih him. There is a good deal of talk about a fast mail train that is soon to be put on between Chicago and Portland, but no official announcement has yet been made by the railroad companies. How ever. the belief is general among the railroad boys here that the train is a sure go, and 'hi "eagle ey s are won dering who will be assigned to the runs on the new train. The case of the state va. H. B. Thom as, charged with embezzlement, was tried in the district court at Paris Mon day The jmy returned a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation to the court for leniency. Tuesday morning Judge Budge sentenced Thomas to one year in the penitentiary, the minimum penalty for the crime of embezzlement. Thomas was taken to Boise yesterday by Guard Robbins. At a meeting of the base ball team last night, C. E. Wright was elected manager, and Chas. Hager assistant manager for the season. An effort will bs made to give the people some good games here this summer. It was de cided to give a big dance about tbe middle of May. The grounds will be put in shape in a few days and if the weather continues favorable, the boys will soon begin practicing. Alfred Jensen of Malad, visited a couple of days this week with relatives here. people are confident that the Malad Val ley branch of the Short Line will be ex tended to connect with the Twin Falls Une within two years. That line will then become a an important one as it will • make a direct route to Salt Lake for the Twin Falla people, who now have to go out to Minidoka and aronnd by Pocatello. Mr. Jensen said that Malad Valley was now enjoying de lightful spring weather and when he left there Monday, the grass was nearly • n inch high. 5 in tbe years er and Two reside held terday the the stated in in ready that the and the the man has here has to ly ty to Mr. Jensen says that the Maiad Hot-Breads Light and Sweat are mad* with ROYAL BAKING POWDER 8 to - a all * Abmotutofy Purm AntUdyapaptlci may be eaten Without Inconvenience nu by person« with delicate digestion A Preventive a it C A little Comlition Powder given now will tone up your stock for their spring work. Our own Condition Powders is used and recommended by nearly every well known Horseman in the valley. 20e 3 packages for 50c. We are headquarters for International Stock Food. Riter Bros Drug Co. I.ogau and Garland, Utah Franklin, Pi est on and Montpelier. Idaho. Mrs. Francis Bacon died at her borne in Georgetown Tuesday morning at tbe age of ll:l years. The deseased was stricken with paralysis about thirteen years ago. and has I een helpless a great er portion of the time since. A husband and five grown children survive her. Two children—a son and daughter— reside in Canada. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the Georgetown meeting house, and was largely attended. City Clerk Harris received word yes terday from the firm in Chicago that purchased the water works bonds, to the effect that their attorney had ap proved all of the proceedings relative to the issuance of the bonds. They further stated that the bonds were peing printed in Chicago and would be forwarded here in a few days for the signatures of tbe mayor and treasurer. The money is ready as soon as the bonds are signed. Ben Bergman was over from Preston several days the past week. He reports that Preston is forging right to the front. The contract has been let for the erection of a $12,000 dance pavilion and a number of new brick business blocks will be erected this season. The Commercial Club, which was recently organized there, is doing much good for the town. Already the club has induced the Short Line to agree to erect a new depot there this year. I. E. Duffin and family removed to Ogden Wednesday, Mr. Duffin having accepted a position as traveling sales man for tbe Deseret Implement Com pany of tbe Junction City. Mr. Duffin has been with the Studebaker Bros. Co. here for the past two years or more and has proved to be valuable employe. Being thoroughly familiar with the im plement business, Mr. Duffin will no donbt make a success as a traveling salesman. His territorv will embrace Idaho and Utah. Work of Dog Poisoner. A number of valuable dogs were sent to dog heaven the past week by the poison route, and it is quite evident that the poison was put ont by some one purposely. Among the dogs killed were Jim Conghlau 's big New Found land, Pete McDermott's hunting dog, and Henry Spidell'sdog Tige, Of these three, Tige was probably the most high ly prized. Although he was not a blooded dog, he was possessed of intel ligence that was almost human and for minting there wasn't a dog in the conn ty that was better. He had been a member of the Spidell household since the days of his puphood, four years ago. and his death caused much sorrow and many tears in the Spidell home. We can think of no more cowardly or dastardly act than that of deliberatly placing poison where it can be secured by dogs that are valuable aud highly prized by the owners. It nearly al ways happens that the valuable dogs are the ones that get to tbe poison first. Inasmuch as there is a law providing that a tax must be paid on dogs, it seems to ns that dog poisoning ought to be made a crime, punishable by a heavy fine. Episcopal Services. The hour of evening service at the Episcopal church has been changed to 8 o'clock for the summer. Sunday morning service at 11 and Sunday school at 2 p. m. The Rev. E. R. Jones of 1'ocatello, will possibly lie present and preach at both services. All are wel come. Special ^services of prayer in commemoration of the Savior's passion and crucifixion will be held next Wednesday and Good Friday at 7:30 p. in. To Property Owners Have your title to land and city lots abstracted and then you will know whether you have title to your own laud or the land of some one else. It you have land business of any kind to attend to, deeds, transfers or convey ances. entries or final proofs, call on or write to Weiter Hoge, abstract office at the epurt house, Paris, Idaho. 7 This is the season of lUtli ssness, head aches and spring disorders. Hollister's Rock; Mountain Tea is a sure prevent ative. Makes you strong and vigorous 85 cents. Tea or Tablet. Ask your Druggist. C N. SWEET \ I GRADUATE OPTICIAN AND JEWELER ^ 29 Montpelier, Idaho «00000000001 FOR Lucern Seed SEE Enos Gash Hardware company s THESE BEAUTIFUL SPRING DAYS HAKE ONE WISH FOR NEW CLOTHING. WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Shoes for Men, Women and Ghildren, Gents Neg ligee and Dress Shirts and the Latest Novel ties in Silks and Dress Goods J+ à* We are always glad to show our goods, whether you purchase or not. BANNER FASHION SHEEÏS FREE e> JONES' STORE NIELSEN BLOCK—PHONE 81 • MONTPELIER, IDAHO • Goods Delivered * « ,S£ MONTPELIER DRUG COMPANY, jj DEALERS IN x )rugs, Druggist Sundries, Toilet Articles * lutlery, Cigars, Wines and Liquors, at * Lowest Prices, ; PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY, MONTPELIER DRUG COMPANY; A. HOOVER, Hanager. x x * X * X X x x « Notice of Stockholders Meeting. j Smelting Company at the company s mine on Saturday, May 5th, 1900 at i o'clock p. m. : There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the Golden Gate Mining and W. M. Hoskins. President. Resolutions of Condolance. Whereas, With a feeling of profound sorrow do we remind the members of onr order that our Heavenly Fatner has called home the beloved mother of onr sister Lizzie Underwood, therefore be it Resolved, That we the members of Hope Lodge No: 20, extend our heart felt sympathy to onr sister in this her hour of grief. Resolved that we present the bereaved sister with a copy of these resolutions expressive of the loving sympathy of onr order, that a copy be spread on the minutes and a copy be published in the Montpelier Examiner. Maud Toomkr, Mary Horton, Eleanor Staley, Committee Whereas, It has pleasrd God to visit the home of onr sister, Freda Lintz, and remove therefrom her beloved child, therefore be it Resolved, That we. tbe members of Hope Lod « e - No 20 ' extend to onr 8i8ter our heartfelt sympathy in this her great sorrow, and he it further Resolved, Tnat a copy of these resoln t j 0n8 be sent to onr sister, a copy sprekd on minutBS and.a eopy be published j„ (.he Montpelier Examiner. Eleanor Staley, Maud Toombs, Mary Horton, Committee Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating 'pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chamlterlaln's l'alu Balm. Tbe great pain relieving power of the liniment has lieen tbe surprise anil delight ol thousands « f sufferers. The quick relief fijoin pain which it affords Is alone worth many times Its cost. For sale by Riter Bros. Drug Co. KILL the COUCH and cure th« LUWC8 Dr. Kings New Discovery ___ Consumption Pries FOR I OUGHS and SOe »01.00 u ISOLDS Free Triel. Surest and Quickest Chore for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB LKB, or MONEY BAQK. _ WITH