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* Notice to Judges and Distributing
Clerks.
You will please take notice that the
general election will be held on the 6 th
day of novenaber. 1906, instead of the
date given in the official notice of
your
appointment, which Was Nov. 13, 1906.
CopieB of the election laws were for
warded to you in July from which you
will obtain your general instructions.
' Jamfs E. Haht
Clerk of Board of County Oommisioners.
A Card.
A rumor is being circulated to the ef
fect that 1 am to receive the deputyship
at the banda of one of the candidates on
the repu bli can ticket, should they be
elected, Now this is to certify that
candidate on the republican ticket or
any oft heir friends has ever mentioned
deputy 'to me in any way to andybodv,
or even thonght of any such thing. I
brand the rqmor as » holly devoid of
truth and apparently done for the pur
pose of injuring some of the ca didates
Sndh notions are reprehensible and will
prove a boomerang to the parties who
circulate tnem, and it is right they
shonid.
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Signed, Walter Hoge.
Card of Thanks.
I wish through the columns of this
paper to thank everyone who befriended
my late brother in his last illness. Es
pecially Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, who
for nine wreeks supplied him with all he
craved and stood bj him to the end
with no thought of reward, and in justice
to them I will say that they called on
the connty for aid only when illness
threatened their own family. Dr. Guy
on acted not only the professional part
in attendance, but was also a friend wot
thy ot commendation.
Dave Dougherty.
Dr. H. BD.6KSTR0M
LEADING DENTIST
Stock and Produce taken in Ex
- change-for Dental work.
MONTPELIER.
IDAHO
PftILETUS AVERTIT GttftS. E. HARRIS
Attorneys-at-Law
Montpelier - - Idaho
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALHINO
We carry a complete line of
Coffins, Caskets and General
Funeral Supplies.
BURGOYNE FURNITURE COnPANY
OFFICE PHONE 84 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 Hay always on hand.
Agents for
ROCK SPRINGS AND
CUMBERLAND COALS
GROVE LIVERY
STABLE
JEWETT & DOWNING, Props
Does a General Llver>
and Feed Business
Teams for Commercial
men a Specialty
DRAYAGE IN CONNECTION
Agents for Peacock
Rock Springs Coal
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HOLLISTER'S
Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
Medidn« for Buy P*»pl*
in HMlth ud Beuwed Vigor
CooUipatioo, Indigestion,Jdye
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First
National Bank
Ot Montpelier, Idaho
WE
NOW
PAY
5 PER CENT
INTEREST
on any time deposit left with us
either six months or a year.
for
please
TAKE
NOTICE
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that this applies on any amount
from ONE DOLLAR up.
WE
WANT
YOUR BUSINESS
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TIM KINNEY, President
&. ft. BURRELL, Vlce-Pres and Cashier
GE.0. E. MARKS, flss't Cashier
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Local News
Montpelier, Idaho, Nov. 2 , 1906
Fresh bread at Sadie's.
Chan. E. Harris, Notary Public.
Thor. C. Nielsen has taken the leadc r
ship of the L. D. g. choir.
Low prices at Nielsen's Music store.
A barrel of new Crab apple cider on
tap at Sadie's.
C. N. Sweet went to Salt Lake yes
terday to purchase holiday goods.
Call at Jones' store and learn how to
make bubbles without soap suds.
Regular danoe at the L. 1). S. hall to
night. Mnsic by Me llnre's orcbest'a
Good house, with two lots, for sale
inquire of Mrs. S. H. Hammond. 37
A beautiful new line of ladies shoes
just in at ti. B. Whitman's.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hart are enter
taining a little son, the first born, who
arrived at their home last Saturday.
Big stock of music and jewelrv at
Nielsen's.
Mrs. C. E. Wright will return in the
morning from a five week's visit with
elatives iu Delta and Denver, Colo.
Sheet music and everything in the
music line cheap at the Thatcher Music
Co., Montpelier.
Just in. a new fine assortment of
Eastman Folding pocket and other style
kodaks; also films and other supplies at
The Rinehart Studio.
Victor talking machine has its agency
at Nielsen's; Chicago prices.
Mrs. H. H. Magnire and her brother,
W. A. Ingwood, returned Tuesday from
a mouth's visit with relatives at St.
Louis and Kansas City.
1000 pieces of mnsic at 10c at Niel
sen's.
The Lady Maccabees have changed
tbeir nights of meeting to the first and
Monday nights of each month. Mem
bars will please bear this in mind.
All kinds of new styles in baby Bhoes
jnst received at H. B. Whitman's.
Miss June Hnll has taken a position
as clerk «ith Brennan & Davis, and
dies Zella Brown has taken Miss Hall's
place with Mashbnrn & Rosse.
Children, attention! Call at Jones
store and learn bow to make babble
wilhoat soap snds.
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The candidates bave taken advantage
of the good weather this week and are
pnttiug in their rime inrerviewing the
voters throughout the county.
Yarns-Saxony, Spanish and Shetland
doss at H. B. Whitman's.
The brick work on the pavilion is
practically completed, but carpente
at, irk is suspended awaiting the arrival
of timbers for the roof and other lum
ber.
Packard, Schulz and Kimball organs
in nock at Nielsen's Mnsic and
now
Jewelry Store; easy terms.
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Miss Lottie Smith entertained abont
20 young foils at her home Tuesday
evening. The guests enjoyed them
selves im nensely at game», mnsic. etc.
Refreshments were served.
For sale, 200 acres of land aid 250
head of cattle. For particulars, write
or call on John Olson at uvid, Idaho.
Montpelier will !o,e one of Its old
time families in a few days in the per
sons of Olof Cederlund and wife, who
will remove to Providence, Utah, to
make their future home.
We are now stowing the greatest dis
play in tbe talking v achine line iver
seen, in Montpelier. It will pay you to
call and hear them al Thatcher Music
Co's, {.lace in the old Hoover bnilding.
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Business on the Short Line reached
such a magnitude that it became neces
sary to install a third operator here.
The new man works "a split trick"
between noon and midnight.
Come and hear the natural tone and
voice from the Victor talking machine
at Nielsen's.
We regret that an article written by
our old friend, Joe Lewis, was received
too late for publication, Joe admonishes
his republican friends to stand by the
old party and vote their ticket straight.
Curtis & Douglas, sanitary plumbing
and heating, sheet iron and tin work.
Ope door east of Enos' Hardware Store.
Montpelier.
Miss Carol
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Hutchins entertained
ationt 35 of her little friends Wednesday
afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock, in honor
of her seventh birthday. The guests
remembered Miss Carol with a number
of nice présenta.
Two artistic and fine Packard pianos
arrivéd in town a few days ago and can
be seen and heard at Nielsen's Mnsic
Store.
The water works contractors are
making good headway these days on
the system. The trench L.r the water
maius has been dug from the Dead works
to Riter Bros, old oorner and consider
able of the pipe ha-i been laid.
We buy oar pianos and organs direct
from the factory for spot cash to secure
lowest prices, can therefore save yon 25
percent. Nielsen's Mnsic Store. 87
A big benefit danoe was given at Ben
nington last night for Silas Wright,
who is soon to leave on-a mission to New
Zealand. Tonight at G-orgntown a
benefit dance is being given for John
Bee, who is to go on. a mission to the
eastern states.
Men'B, ladies' and children's wool
underwear. Call and see onr line. H.
B. Whitman.
Dr. W. Mack, the noted German eye
specialist, will be in Montpelier again
soon, for a few days. Those wishing to
bave him call will please drop a card in
care of the Rose hotel. Eyes tested by
the latest method with electric instru
ments. tor | 1 .
For a good bath, shave or haircut go
to Fhelps' barber shop.
D. W. Smith returned Monday from
the east where he had been attending
I he annual convention of the B. of L. F.
at Milwaukee. He also visitsd at his
old home in Versailles, Mo. D. W. has
been transferred to right hand side of
cab and is now numbered as one of the
"eagle eyes."
Honrs of fnn with the bubbler. With
every dollar's w orth of goods purchased
at Jones' store } on get a bubbler free.
J. A. Eggers, assistant deputy head
consul of the Modern Woodmen of
American, is here for the purpose c f
organizing a camp of that order. Aiiont
30 names have been placed on tiie char
ter roll and the camp will be instituted
on Satnrday night, Nov. 17.
Good prices paid for organs in ex
change for pianos, and pianos sold on
terms to suit purchasers. The Thatch
er Music company, in Hoover bnilding.
There was a large attendance at the
dance at tbe L. D. S. ball last Friday
night. Delicious ioe cream and cake
were served by the yonng ladies of the
Mutual Improvement society, and quite
a nice sain was cleared, which was
applied on tbe payment of the piano.
Keep clean and yon will be healthy
aB well as happy. Walt Phelps has the
only bath room in town. Accomoda
tions are first class.
Attorneys James H. Hawley of Boise
and F. S. Dietrich of I'ocatello. spent
a couple of days here this week closing
up the settlement of the T. W. and
Jacob Jones estates. We understand
that the business was entirely closed up
to the satisfaction of all the pai ties in
terested.
If you want good work and prompt
service, leave yonr laundry with Alf
loover, agent for the Pocatello steam
laundry. Shipments made Tuesday's
and lanndry delivered Saturdays.
The Social Sixty-three Club has or
,'anized for the winter and held ns first
meeting Tuesday evening at Mps. O. B
Cayou's home. The first prizes were won
by George Marks and Lillian Sjiongberg
and the booby prizes went to I'hos.
Euos and O lie Robinson. The club
will bn entertained next time by Miss
Constant e McIntosh.
A beautiful line of tatfe covers, lace
curtains and window shades at H. B.
Whitman's.
McB Thomson returned Monday from
Boston, w hither he went to attend the
50th anniversary of the establishment
in this country of the Rite of Memphis,
a rite in the Masonic order. The an
niversary evercises were held on Oct.
32. Mr. Thomson was elected president
of the Federated bodies of Scottish Rite
Masons, and was presented with a
handsome gold emblem of that order.
He also visited in Philadelphia and
Chicago and reports 'having had a de
lightful trip.
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Lumber and Logs.
We have lumber and plenty of logs at
he Sharon saw mill, and are prepared
to fill orders for lumber, on |bort notice.
also have • large quantity of slabs
wnjch we will sell cheap.
■ P. I (ND9AY. Mgr ,
Ovid, Idaho.
IT IS NO WONDER
that men smoke when they see
our line of smoker's supplies.
Anybody would. The tobaccos
are of the finest variety and of
the most expensive cure. The
pipes give solid .comfort to the
old and young smokers.
We won't mention our cigars
especially, but smoke oneofonr
leading brands and yon will
smoke no other.
Riter Bros Drug Co.
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Logan and Garland, Utah
Franklin, Preston and Montpelier.
Idaho.
Death of J. L. Dougherty.
At the borne of J. M . Richardson in
this city last Sunday morning occurred
the death of John L. Dongherty. Death
was cansd from consumption and
bemmorrhage.
Mr. Dongherty, whose home was in
Pocatello, was a piano tnner and had
been making semi-animal visits to Beat
Lake conuty for the past three years.
Daring his visit to the county last Aug
nst he was taken with a severe hem
orrhage while at Paris. Some of the
good people of that town cared for him
for two weeks and he then came to
Montpelier with the intention of going
to a lower altitude, bat owing to hi,
weakened condition be was unable to
travel. Mr. Richardson took him into
his home and ever since gave him every
attention possible. A few weeks ago
he showed slight signs of improvement
and he felt that he would soon be able
to travel, but the change was only for a
day or two, when hemorrhages became
more frequent, and he then realized
that his lease of life was short.
His brother, David Dongherty, ar
rived abont a month ago and assisted
in caring for him during his last days.
Learning of the sick man's helpless con
dition and that his brother was withom
means with which to purchase the uec
essary comforts for him, a subscription
paper was circulated last Saturday and
a considerable sum was raised for the
purpose of payipg nnrse hire, etc., but
death came as a relief to the sufferer on
Sunday morning and the money was
used in paying his fanerai expenses.
Aithongh not a communicant in the
Mormon church, the deceased had ex
pressed a belief iu that religion and ex
pressed the desire that Mormon Bar
vices be conducted at his funeral. In
accordance with that request the
funeral was held from the L D. S.
meeting house Monday afternoon and
his remains were laid to rest in the city
cemetery.
The deceased was 38 years of age. He
is survived by a father, two brothers,
one sister and two dangbters, aged 9
and 11 years, who are now being can d
for in Deuver.
Dubois in Montpelier.
Senator Fred T- Dubois, accompanied
by C. H. Jackson, former chairuiau of
tbe democratic stale committee, arrived
in Montpelier Tuesday on No. 2, and
that evening the Senator addressed
abont 200people in "Hager's hall.'' Not
withstanding the Senator is waging a
warfare against the Mormon people and
it was known his remarks would be
directed against them, a majority of
his andience were Mormons and more
wonld have heard him had the ball
been larger.
The Senator's speech was devoted ex
clusively to the "Mormon question" ex
cept that portion in which he threw
boquets at himself, and when itcomeB
to self praise Fred is a dandy, He said
that dnring his republican days in Ida
ho he was the recognized leader of the
party in the state ana he declared that
he was now the undisputed leader of
the democratic party. He patted him
self on tbe back and said that be bad
been honored more than any other man
in tbe state and that he would be re
elected to tbe senate bv the next legisla
ture. Maybe he will, but we donbt it.
He reviewed the part he took in the
fight against the Mormons in the early
daysand said that he was fighting them
roday because, as he alleged, they were
uot living up to the terms of the mani
festo. Mnch of his talk was on the
bombastic order and in closing he inti
mated that the Mormons would be
forced to take the test oath before being
permitted to vote next Tuesday. This,
of course, was done simply for the pur
pose of trying to scare the Mormons
and keep them from going to tbe polls.
While tbe test oath is still a part of
onr constitution, the legislature bas not
prescribed it as the oath an elector must
take before voting. Tbe legislature,
alone, has the power to prescribe the
nature of the oath to be taken by an
elector and the only oath that is found
in onr statutes is the one to which each
elector subscribes when he registers and
is the only ONE that can be admin
istered to an elector next Tuesday.
One result of the visit of Dnbois and
Jackson here has been tbe placing of a
"Dnbois'' legislative ticket in the field
The candidates are E F- Gnyon for
the senate, 'Eton Fitapatrick aud Joe
MoCarl far the house. The few who
vote for them will write their names on
the ballot in blank places provided
under the democratic state ticket.
The
Dnboisites here
that Dnbois may have grounds for con.
testing the election of Borah to the
senate.
purpose of having the handful of
litas here vote for these men ia
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Caps
Fuse
Powder
Pix
Steel
Prospector's Pix, Etc.
See
ENOS GASH HARDWARE GO.
INSPECT OUR STOCK!
We cordially invite the people of Bear
Lake county to call and inspect our line
of fall merchandise. We carry a com
plete line of - *
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, UNDER-:
WEAR, GENT'S FURNISHINGS j
and SHOES î
It isn't how a shoe looks when it is new,
but how it looks when it has seen good
service, that shows its real value. Our
_ shoes look well, wear well and feel easy
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JONES' STORE
NIELSEN BLOCK—PHONE 81
Goods Delivered
MONTPELIER, IDAHO •
Piano Pointers
Tiie refining influences of music are well
known. A piano in the house is evidence of
refinement and culture, and evidence of in
telligence. If you have arrived at the point
of buying a piano, you will do well to write
or call on us, as we will guarantee to save
you money on pianos or organs. We have
the Victor and Edison talking machines and
in fact anything in the music line. We want
your trade.
MAH. ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
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Try the Hontpelier Drug: Co. All the
Leading Key West and Domestic
Brands Always on Hand ^
Exclusive Agents for Several Brands.
Everything ir) the Drug Line
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Is selling Oregon Lumber, Sash, Doors,
Mouldings, Blue Plaster Board, Carpet
Paper, Lime, Cornent, Sulpher, Etc.
Also a full line of Paints and Oils.

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