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D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls fromptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 m. and 2 to 4p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drue stor>> MONTPELIER IDAHO -D. FOLLICK _ Wood ' Idaho Contractor & Builder Estimates furnished for Brick and Stone Structures PHONE 46 Z Hontpelier, De Meade Austin, With John A. Bagiev. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. - j DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. All Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros. Hours 8 to il and i to 6 o'clock. Hontpelier, Idaho j H PtIILETUS flVERITT GHflS. E. HARRIS j i Attorneys-at-Law JVfontpeliei - Idaho Dr. H. BE6KSTR0M LEADING DENTIST Stock and Produce taken in Ex change for Dental work. MONTPELIER, IDAHO THOS. » . GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, daho. I UNDERTAKING AND EMBALniNO We carry a complete line of < offins. Caskets and General Funeral Supplies. _ * rrne* jj 3 DaDy tamages * Jg 5 ; and Go Carts St 3 _ £ blrqoyne furniture cohpany OFFICE PHONE s« k RES PHONE 7.1 jj £ U » * jj » * 3 •* * : * ; 3 s * * » * » * 8; a j • t THE FINEST LINE EVER BEFORE SHOWN IN MONTPELIER Let us frame your Pictures, we have a fine line of Mould ings of all sizes and patterns *. * ». a Nielsen Furniture Co i Beautiful Washington. If uo great calamity overtakes the city of Washington, what a splendid capitol it will be fifty years hence. Congress has just appropriated "orb««; $3,000,000 with which to buy grouuïlg-« buildings. It is an hich to erect public ar. One monument of beauty rises after~a other, und now the very rich of the country are building palaces there, t0 occo I , y Congress is in . It will soon be a eitv of pâl it is a half way station be tween the North and South, and is 80S sion aces. growing every year in business well as in splendor. as Every year great and beautiful structures are built; new statutes appear in the public parks; the impressiveness of age is beginning to add its charm the place, Go into the court room and listen. to supreme The voices oen of the great jurists of the last tury still linger there: it is not hard that the outlines of to imagine (stately forms are seen dimly in the hush that pervades the hall, (io into the Senate chamber when it is empty and listen. The voices of the deathless ones seem still sound ing there; the great array that form and direction to gave our govern ment and steadied it through the first century of us career. Those g' anls . their feet trod those streets and hallowed them, and a lavish expenditure is giving new graces to the whole citv, and swiftly making one capitals of the earth. And that is the wav the nation now every vear of the grand wants it to be. Washington's mon ument stands high and cold there, but the city itself will soon be a nobler monument. The monument itself will be but thousand, but the city—well, that will be one among ten thousand._ Goodwin's Weekly. one among a Keep your money at home by having your «lothing made by Schmid, the tailor. A full line of samples to select 'from. Fit and workmanship gnran teed. s Annual Statement. The Mayor and City Council of the City <>f Montpelier, Idaho, in conform ity with the provisions of Section hi j " n page 201 of the Session Laws of the I State of Idaho passed in 1S9W. the following statement for the prepare ; 190« and order it spread np«in the min utes of their proceedings and published in the Montpelier Examiner for four , consecutive weeks. j The revenue of the city for the fiscal : year ending the first Tuesday in May. 1000. was 75.02 and the expenditures for tbe s»me .'car were $■' The mjnjaW imx)mefromall f°r the fiscal year ending with the first Tu, ' sd <'. v in May, 1907, is KB follows: ! From county licenses. $1,000.00 j From city licenses 1 * , rolu "U other 8 . sources . 3.000 00 . 1,300 00 2700. (X) mon sources. ...... : The apportionment of the above , ey will be 45 per cent in theContingent Fund fur the payment of city salaries and 55 per cent in the General Improv nient Fund for the payment of the general and extraordinary expenses of the city. B IMONTPELIER LIVERY CO. T- N STEPHENS, Manag j ■ RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business i r. Draying to all parts of the City. Baled Hay always on hand. Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS Have You Seen The New Deere Disc Plow and is The New Improved Superior Grain Drill THE LATEST AND BEST TOOLS INTRODUCED? If you are figuring on buying a Rid ing Plow or Drill, You are certainly not looking after your own inter ests if you do not ** as Fully Investigate These Tools We have them, but wont very long for they are selling fast Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. E. A. BURRELL, Local Mgr. 1 . 500.000 ACRES OF LAND IN ALBERTA CANADA I lie Canadian Pacific Railroad Company lias now put on the market 1 j millions of * of land which they will sell at the low prieeof acres From 15 to $25 per acre with the best guarantee of water issuer! in America at easy payments and low rate of interest. These lands will produce from 40 to .50 bushel of wheat and from 80 to bushels of oats per acre. 100 Come ami get you home before the Sugar Factory is built, or you will pay from *75 to $125 per acre for the some land. a For cheap rates and parti culars address i A. R. RICE, Montpelier, Idaho CARE HOTEL BURGOYNE ♦ FULL LINE OF PIPES AND TOBACCO- t Always in Stock ♦ ♦ t The Celebrated Quaker Maid Rye, and Crystal Brook Bourbon. : THE SOLO CLUB, ♦ ♦ DOUGLAS BROS. Props. * Montpelier, ldal)o. t ; Clitus, Smoker, F. C. k. Counsellor, Henry IVth Le Paz, Elisha 6ray - ♦ We Carry the Famous 4 For a Firstclass HAIRCUT or SHAVE Go to Pete Fuller's Shop s. S Den't forget that Pete's Bath Rooms are iirst-class and that's the place to get a lam 12 Mkt FINE BATH. lit®®* s. .T.*??,*.? T* ••Ç" 1 1 ftn*r.iHUi„wr„u S 21 «Vu vak« of kait.ro.. 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