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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 13 in. and 3 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 riontpelier, Idaho De Meade Austin, With John A. Bagiev. Lawyer and Notary Public. Also U. S. Commissioner for the District of Idaho. DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. All Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros. Hours 8 to is and ■ to 6 o'clock. riontpelier, Idaho 14 THOS. I . QLENN, Altorney-at-Law Montpelier, daho. Dr. fl. BEGKSTROM LEADING DENTIST Stock and Produce token in Ex change for Dental work. T MONTPELIER, IDAHO PftlLETUS flVERITT GflftS. E. BARRIS Attorneys-at-Law Montpelier - - Idaho UNDERTAKING AND EMBALfllNG We carry a complete line of Coffins, Caskets and General Funeral Supplies. BURGOYNE FURNITURE COHPANY 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 Dray ing to all parts of the City. Baled Hay always on hand. Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS I GROVE LIVERY STABLE JEWETT & DOWNING. Props Does a General Livery and Feed Business Teams for Commercial men a Specialty DRAYAGE IN CONNECTION Agents for Peacock Rock Springs Coal PHONE U-k ; j HOLLISTER-« Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets A Buy Madid» for Buy Paopla Brian Baidu Haalt* aaA.Jtoujr.4 VM* A »pacific for ion. da; I Irn ud^ack»oa». , "n"s tSn tot form, *1 ont) a w#2. Genuine m»d4 b, Sci^r=; Dana Co«fa*t, Madison, Wla. BOLDEN NVMETI FOB BAUD* PEOPLE at to First National Bank Ot Montpelier, Idaho WE NOW PAY 5 PER CENT INTEREST by on any time deposit left with us for either six months or a year. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE a & in at that this applies on any amount from ONE DOLLAR up. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS TIM KINN&y, President E,. ft. BURRELL, Vlce-Pres and Cashier G&O. E. MARKS, fiss't Cashier r T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, Nov. 9, 1906 Fresh bread at Sadie's. ChaR. E. Harris, Notary Public. B. F. Riter, of Riter Bros. Drug Co., spent several days here this week. Low prices at Nielsen's Music store. . Call at Jones' store and learn bow to make bubbles without soap suds. A little daughter registered at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Sutton last Fri day. Good house, with two lota, for sale inquire of Mrs. S. H. Hammond. 37 A beautiful new line of ladies shoes just in at H. B. Whitman's. The regular monthly meeting of the school board will be held next Monday night. Big stock of music and jewelrv at Nielsen's. 34 37 J. S. Barrett of Boise, was shaking hands with old Montpelier friends Tuesday. Thor C. Nielsen is now prepared to test eyes and fit spectacles for all who need them. Mrs. A1 Smith went to Emmett Tues day for a mouth's visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Allen. Sheet music and everything in the music line cheap at the Thatcher Music Co., Montpelier. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Rowley of Soda Springs, visited several days this week with Robert Birch and family. 1000 pieces of music at 10c at Niel sen'a. Mrs, J. B. Warren of Granger visited over Sunday with her daughters, Mes dames BreDuan and Murdock. Victor talking machine has its agency at Nielsen's; Chicago prices. Beginning next Tuesday night tbe Knights of Pythias will hereafter holt! their meetings in Odd Fellows hall. Yarns-Saxony, Spanish and Shetland floss at H. B. Whitman's. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bolles are the hap py owners of a beautiful Packard piano purchased at Nielsen's music store. All kinds of new styles in baby shoes just received at H. B. Whitman's. Don't forget to call and view tie grand display of pianos at the Thatchi r Music Store, in the Hoovoi building. For sale, 300 acres of land and 350 head of cattle. For particulars, write or call on John Olson at uvid, Idaho. 89 87 34 Dr. Mack, the eye specialist, will 1 e at the Rose hotel next Monday ai.d Tuesday. Packard, Schulz and Kimball orgaLS now in stock at Nielsen's Music ai.d Jewelry Store; easy terms. Mr. Cbris Pugmireof FlshHayen and MiBS Marguerite Goebel of Paris, were united in marriage at Paris last Mon day. 87 Just in. a new fine assortment of Eastman Folding pocket and other style kodaks; also films and other supplits at The Rinehart Studio Mrs. Whinjfctes will inaugurate a clearence sale tomorrow on millinery and ladies' furnishings. See her ad in this issue. Children, attention! Call at Jones' store and learn how to make bubbles without soap suds. 27 If you want good work and prompt Service, leave your laundry with Alf -Hoover, agent for tbe Pocatello'steam laundry. 8'iimneuts made Tuesday's, and laundry delivered Saturdays. 1 For a good bath, shave or hair cut go to Phelps' barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Q. O. Gray went to Salt Lake Tuesday evening, taking their daughter, Helen, down for consultation with a physician. Come and bear the natural tone and voice from the Victor talking machine at Nielsen's. Brakeman. Jack Hayes is back from a three week's visit in Dakota. Contrary to the expectations of his friends, be re turned alone. 37 Curtis & Douglas, sanitary plumbing and heating, sheet iron and tiD work. One door east of Enos' Hardware Store, 87-2t Montpelier. Johnny Baker, at one time station iected clerk and agent here, was recorder of Beaverhead county, Mont., by an immense majority. Mrs. A1 Thiel and Mrs. Jos. Vincent entertained a number of their lady friends yesterday at a Kensington at the home of the latter. A beautiful line of table ooyers, lace curtains and window shales at H. B. Whitman's. 34 For Sale—A six room residence, with 83 foot lot, good improvements, in cluding 40 fruit trees and small fruit; inquire of W. R. Holmes. While in Europe ThorO. Nielsen took a thorough course in optics and engrav ing. Call and see him at the Niels» u Music and Jewelry store. H. P. Zimmerman, the well known horse buyer oi Liver ide, Cal., will be here next week to bny horses. He will give good prices for good horses. Work on the interior of the Brennan & Davis block is progressing rapidly. They expect to be able to occupy their new qnaiters in about two weeks. Miss Minnie Bird has opened a bakery in the Cruikshauk building. She will carry everything in the bread, cake and pastry line; also cigars and tobacco. Honrs of fnn with the bubbler. With every dollar's worth of goods purchased at Jones' store yon get a bubbler free. Louis Stuart had the degree of "dad'' conferred upon him last Tuesday by the arrival of a fine daughter at his home. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. t Hair dressing, shampooing, face mas saging and manicuring done by Minnie Jones; parlors np stairs in the old Bur goyne residence on Lincoln avenue. 39 We buy our pianos and organs direct from the factory for spot cash to secure lowest prices, can therefore save you 25 per cent. A full car load of pianos arrived last week and we will sell them on terms to suit the purchaser; also talking ma chines, sheet music, etc. Music Co., Montpelier. Miss Beach, one of the teachers in our public schools, went to Blackfoot Tuesday to cast her vote for the repub lican ticket. Mrs. Eph Hull taught for her during her absence. Good prices paid for organs in ex change for pianos, and pianos sold on terms to suit purchasers. The Thatch er Music company, in Hojver building. The Missionary Society of the Presby terian church will hold a cooked food sale at H. B. Whitman's Saturday after noon beginning at 3 o'clock. They will have on sale lots of goods things to eat. Senator Dubois went east Wednesday morning on No. 6 He is probably going to Philadelphia and other points to weep with Mary Ogdeu White, Mrs. Deffenderfer and others over his defeat in Idaho. We are now showing the greatest dis play in the talking machine line ever seen in Montpelier. It will pay you to call and hear them at Thatcher Music Co's, place in the old Hoover building. Work is now progressing on the tele phone extension to Liberty and it is ex pected that Montpelier people will lie able to say hello to their Liberty neigh bors by Dec. 15. Seven 'phones will be installed there at once. W. R- Holmes has returned to his duties as cashier at tbe depot. He will remain there until about Dec. 15, when he will go to Paris and put in the time until January getting acquainted with hia duties in tbe auditor's office. Nielsen's Music Store. 87 Thatcher Schmid, the tailor, makes a specialty of repairing and cleaning clothes. 27 Manager Eastman of the Bouneville Company, came down from the mine Tuesday evening and teported that a ri h strike bad been made at a very depth of 150 feet. The ore is better than anything ever before taken from any ot tbe properties in the copper belt, and is causing those interested in the Bonne ville property to feel quite jubilant. Conductor Arthur Huff, who wa transferred to the Second district some months ago, has sold his residence prop erty here to L. B. Leveneh. They ship ped their household goods to Pocatelh Wednesday and Mrs. Huff went in yes terday to take up her residence in the Gate City. Mr. and Mrs. Leverich will shortly move in from Georgetown and occnpy their recently purchased home. Byron Nelson dropped in Monday and had his subscription peg moved np a notch. He returned last week from tbe central and western parts of the state, where be did considerable grading on tbe Short. Line during.jrhe past four months. ' Mr. "Nelson and his family will spend the winter here and be in lands to - purchase more property in Montpelier, if be can find something suitable, , w 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 pities give solid comfort to the old and young smokers. We won't mention our cigars especially, but smoke one of our leading brands and .you will smoke no other. Riter Bros Drug Co. Logan and Garland, Utah Franklin, Preston and Montpelier. Idaho. Notice to Public. Ail parties having bills against the republican county central committee are requested to file them with C- £. Wright, chairman, or James Redman, secretary, at once so that the Fame can be paid promptly. C. E. Wright, . Chairman. City Council Doings. The city council met in regular ses sion last night with Acting Mayor Rich presiding. The report the of the chief of police for October was read as follows: Drug and saloon licenses. Livery stable. Merry-go-round. Fruit wagons . Show . Building permits. Fines. E8tray . Bills were allowed as follows: Edward Bucber, services. Moutpslier Livery Co., hauling.. F Dalton, street sprinkling. Louis Stewart, labor. Tbos Burke, salary. J S Heggie, salary . In the matter of South Eleventh street it was ordered that the offer of Mary Rich be accepted, as follows: She t » donate to the city 20 feet and sell 10 additional feet at a price to be agreed upon by three appraisers, one to be ap pointed by the city, one by Mrs. Rich and these two appoint tbe third. Upon motion J. F. O'Connorl was chosen as appraiser for the city. Councilman Cruikshank was appoint ed to negotiate with the railroad oon. pany relative to the quantity of water to be used by the company and the amount to tie paid tbe city for the same. The ordinance committee waB in structed to draw an ordinance régulât ing the handling of water, fixing rates, rules, etc. Ordinance No. 85, establishing a board of health and providing rules and regu lations for t he board, was passed. The ordinance will be published next week. |275 00 10 00 36 00 8 00 2 00 4 00 10 00 50 $ 15 80 6 55 45 90 6 35 75 00 6i 00 Two Dances a Week. The Montpelier Amusement Con mit tee desires to express their appreciation for the liberal patronage given tbe dances in the L. D. S. hall dnring the past season, and they wish to announce that they will give dances hereafter on Wednesday and Saturday nights. The Pavilion orchestra and the McClure or chestra are both hard at work practic ing new and popular dance mnsic and will play alternately at these dances nntil further notice. It is requested that these parties commenoe promptly at 8:30 and close at 13 o'clock, and that all persons taking part in the dance will purchase tickets immediately upon entering the hall and thereby save con fusion. No drinking or the use of profane language will be permitted around tbe hall or grounds, and arrangements have been made for a special peace officer to see that these rules are enforced. We cordially invite the dancing pub lie of Montpelier and surrounding towns to our dances and will insure them enjoyable times, and ask their co operation to this end. W. R. Holmes, chairman; Geo. E. Gardner, treasurer; D. J. Button, Herman Hoff, J. J. Jones, Committee. Another Strike. Another fine chute of ore was openrd in the Bonnerville property this week. It was struck at the bottom of the in cline, and the body seems to be seyeral feet wide with rich streaks all through. The company seems to have hit onto a rich proposition when it got hold of this bunch of claims. The ore they are taking out shows phenomenal values, and should net them 50 or more a ton. Manager Eastman and the stockholders are highly elated over the last strike, whioh taken with the one made a conple of weeks ago, will make the property a dividend payer before long. The Copper King directors will meet in a few days when a levy of two or three mills will be made to begin work. A block of this stock changed hands this week at ten cents a share. Director's Meeting. The annual meeting of the directors of the Copper King Mining Company will be held at the office of Charles E. Harris in Mom day, Oct. 12, 190 slier, Idaho, on Mon at 8 o'clock p. m. C. E. O'Connor. President. , 00000000000000000000009 « Supplies! i" Miner's Caps Fuse Powder Pix Steel Prospector's Pix, Etc. See ENOS CASH HARDWARE 00. 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 and SHOES ^ ^ ^ ^ 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 JONES' STORE NIELSEN BLOCK—PHONE 81 Goods Delivered MONTPELIER, IDAHO Piano Pointers The 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. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION HOBBS MUSIC CO., Logan, Utah 7« FOR CIGARS* Try the riontpelier Drug Co. All the Leading Key West and Domestic Brands Always on Hand ** Exclusive Agents for Several Brands. Everything îq the Drug Line MONTPELIER DRUG COMPANY A. HOOVER, Hanager. t t************** ************** + *«. * ♦ our Business ♦ * * ♦ Is selling Oregon Lumber, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Blue Plaster Board, Carpet Paper, Lime, Cement, Sulpher, Etc. Also a full line of Paints and Oils. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Our Location is at the old stand on depot street ♦ ♦ i ♦ d. Mclennan, - montpelier* « ****** ************* ********** éb