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WM. L RICH.
A well known pioneer resident of Paris, Mr. Rich is one of the com-1 munity's most energetic and pro gressive business men. He has been a resident of the county since 1864 and has served the city, county and state in various capacities, having served seven terms as mayor of Paris. Treasurer of the county, commis sioner and assessor—also two terms in the state senate. Largely Interested in agriculture, he is owner of three fine farms in the valley aggregating over 1000 acres. These farms are located in the close vicinity of Montpelier and Paris and are devoted to grain and hay raising. KOZY KANDY KITCHEN This popular confectionery store was established about two years ago by Geo. T. Taylor who has had a long experience in the candy business in Salt Lake City. All candies manufactured here are of guaranteed purity, as are the ice creams, syrups and soda waters. Many offers have been extended to Mr. Taylor from other cities to take charge of confectionery stores, but Mr. Taylor is a booster for Bear Lake county and believes this field un equaled anywhere. M. G. WILCOX. Mr. M. G. Wilcox, the popular pharmacist of the Paris Drug Co., is a native of Paris and a graduate of the class of 1*»04 of the St. Louis College of Pharmacy. Under his man agement of four years the Paris Drug Co. has attained a reputation for r" 1 - liability in compounding prescrip tions and purity of drugs that can only be attained by those having in view the best interests of patrons. Owing to this firm's conditions with the large eastern wholesale houses, such as Park Davis & Co., Sharp and Dohme and H. K. Mulfood, all pharmacetical commodities can be purchased here to better advan tage than by sending direct to those houses, since the Paris Drug Co. is on the jobbing list of all these firms, for this territory and Mr. Wilcox is prepared to fill any orders for patrons at less than the list prices of these larger concerns. The Paris Drug Co. also carry a complete line of stationery, toilet articles, paints, glass, etc. A. M. RICH. The subject of this sketch has been a resident of Bear Lake county since 1864 and is a native of Cali fornia. He has served the county in various capacities, serving as sherifT from 1896 to 1898 and later as game warden. He is now county assessor which of fice he Is conducting with ability. Ab a member of the Mormon church he spent two years in Alabama, Geor gia and Mississippi as missionary. Mr. Rich is the owner of a 250 acre ranch property between here and Montpelier and two smaller ranches In the close vicinity of Paris. These racnhes are largely devoted to rais ing of hay, as Mr. Rich is largely in terested in stock raising, and is also the owner of the noted stallion "Chief" who has a record of 2:30. The Late Biahop Robert Price. The late Bishop Price was borrj June 19, 1835 at Lincolnshire, England. In 1861 he came to Salt hake and in| 1869 settled in Paris, Idaho, where farm ai d the lumber and saw mill industries claimed his attention, and gave j employment to a large number of ijnen. Active In business all of his days, keeping a governing rein on liis Affairs, he nevertheless found time for great activity in church affairs. He was possessed of a literary mind and a book of his poems will shortly he published. An accident sustained while alighting from a street car in Salt Lake, resulted in his death, April 6,1910. The gathering at his burial was one of the largest ever seen In Paris on a like occasion and his passing away was sincerely mourned by "the entire community. He is survived by Sä children, 74 grand children, 3 great grand-children. 0R80 N PENURY AND SON. This popular establishment dealing in general merchandise was organ ized two and a half years ago under the present style of the firm and the partners are Orson Pendrey and his son, Arthur. Mr. Orson Pendrey is a native of Birmingham, England, and has been a rebident of Bear Lake county for it8 years. For sixteen years he con luctpd a pharmacy in Paris. At present the firm also operates the only livery and feed stable in Paris and in point of stock and equipment Is fitst class in every particular. jCampers, and picnic outfits, complete In every detail can be obtained here on phort notice. The well known motto of this firm "Hdnest Goods at Honest Prices," is no mere catch phrase but a vital principal In every department of the|r business. PARIS MEAT MARKET. W. W. Richards, Prop. ^t the beginning of the year this poi^gressive and enterprising mer chant opened the Paris Meat Market succeeding Davis Bros. Iplr. Richards is the present mayor of Paris and has been a resident of the county for eleven years. He is an aggressive booster for the welfare of the county and interested in all projects tending to its development. In another column will be found a mention of his interests in live stock and dairying projects. ilust north of the city is located his ralich of 100 acres where is herded hilf fine stock of Short Horns. Mr. Richards is councilor to Presi dent Jos. R. Shepherd of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Salints. * JOSEPH JOHNSON, JR. The black smith shop of Jos. John sdn, Jr., is located in Ovid, where he attends to the needs of the surround ing country. Mr. Johnson is a native of Idaho and has been a resident of the county for twenty-seven years. MRS. FRANK KING. This general merchandise stire was established seven years ago, and is pvid's only general store. Mrs. King has resided in the county thirty-five years, and is a native of Utah. This mercantile store does a good business, being situated in a well set tled district. J. T. Peterson. One of the largest stock raisers «.nd farmers in this section is J. T. Peterson of Ovid. His 373 acre farm is devoted to hay, grain and pastur age. He raises both beef ami milk strain cattle as well, as hogs. Last year the shipments of hay, grain and cattle to Rock Springs amounted to 435.000. J. C. THOMAS. Mr. J. O. Thomas follows farming on bis farm of which 150 acres are under cultivation, producing grain and hay. Mr. Thomas is a native of Mem phis, Tenn. and came to Utah in 1850 and In 1864 located in Bear Lake county. ! Mr. Thomas owns a herd of Jersey <><><><><HHKKH><><>0^<><><><X>0<)<><>0<><KKH><><KH><KHXW'0<><H>00<><H)<>^ Big Bargains in all Summer Goods Men's $15, $18 & $22.50 suits now r Tfiinragar ' v -*v/ Pm dr 11 A r "m \ v $9.50 [>■ V « M'-i. 8~. $tk j <7W>h \ m ■ ■iWM ii ; ; ■Æ * JK&y All Selz's make of men's, women's & childrens shoes reduced 38 per cent from regular prices % I ; m u, S/sit m 11 The Compelling values we are offering on all summer wearing apparel for men, women and children are making buyers of all who come to our store. And this is not to be wondered at, for certain it is that the values presented are not to be duplicated at any other store in the county. We know whereof we speak and a com parison of our offerings will prove more convincing than pages of argument. Here are a few of the many bargaing. jW" '■*/ ij Ladies dresses regular $6 and $8 values for summer $3.50 § xdJM Ladies' linen suits ? $3.50 Ladies' $2 and $3 waists to close out "\V Yours for big bargains in summer goods $1.00 The Leader Mose Lewis, co>ws and acts as agent for the Jensen Creamery Co. of Salt Lake City. Shipments of cream are made to Po catello, the nearest depot for that company. The Fourth in Montpelier. Montpelier was decidedly quiet on the Fourth. Several Pocatello, quite a panied the hall team to Bancroft, some went to the hot springs, others hied themselves to the cool and shady shores of Bear Lake at Fish Haven, and numerous fishing parties i went to Thomas Fork and other! places in the county. The only sign of activity in town during the day was in the afternoon, when most of the men floks who stayed at home gathered at Earl Haggerty's place, eager to hear the news from the Jeff ries- Johnson fight at Reno. There was hut very little betting on the result of the fight, as there wasn't much Johnson money in sight. There was an expression of deep dissapointment on the face of nearly every one, when the news came about. 4 o'clock that Jeffries was knocked out in the lath round. The was well attended, considering that so many were out of town. Thus closed the quietest Fourth Montpelier has seen for several years. )le went to rat peop delegati on accom dance at the pavilion at night ell attended, considerimr that \ h tk i) yfk : TAKE YOUR CHOICE Take a pick with your eyes shut and you'll get what you like. That re fers to any Livery Rig that leaves these stables. They're all up-to-date and any of them give satisfaction. A drive drives away the blues. Try it and save calling the doctor. THE GROVE LIVERY Phone 14-k J. S. JEWETT, Prorriator II t In p i UInbing appliances are as much in evidence with us as in any other j aV enue of business, Different Styles SANITARY BATH ROOM APPURTENANCES are as requisite for health as a doc tor is when you are sick. Our esti mates on plumbing will prove sat isfactory. Plumbing here is Al. GEORGE DAVIS Plumbing and Heating Montpelier, Idaho New Things F or Tfye Ladies We are showing all of the very latest effects in Ladies' Furnishings such as ' Hat Pins Hair Pins Corsage Pins and Ties Chantecler New Lord Byron Collars, which are the very latest, and the "Gains borough Cluster," the latest fad in Hair Goods, Silk Sunburst Dresses, the nobbiest ready-to-wear dresses ever shown in Montpel ier. In fact we are leaders in everything in the line of ladies* furnishings BRENNAN & DAVIS The Reliable and Up-to-Date Merchants Needful Knowledge Montpelier People Rhould Learn to Detect the Approach of Kidney Disease. The symptoms of Kidney trouble are so unmistakable that they leave uo, ground for doubt. Sick kidneys excrete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of sediment, irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding. The back aches constantly, headaches and dizzy spells msy occur and the victim is often weighed down by a feeling of languor and fatigne. Neglect these warnings and there is danger of dropsy, Bright's disease, or diabetes. Any one of these symptoms is warning enough to begin treating the kidneys at once. Delay often proves fatal. Yon can use no better remedy than Doan's Kidnay Bills. Here's Montpelier proof: J. W. Hoskins, Ninth St., Montpelier, Idaho, says: "About foar years ago I had occasion to nse Doan's Kidney Pills and I shall never forget how greatly they benefited me at that time. The pain in my back and kidneys was severe and my biadder was badly inflamed. After I bad taken Doan's Kidney Pills a short time, I was relieved. 1 consider them a splendid medicine and worthy of a trial by all kidney sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents Foster—Milburn Co, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. Dr * D J - SUTT0N Modern Methods of Dentistry Parlors in Brennan & Davis Bldg Office Hours: 9 to 1a and 1 to 5 D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All oalls promptly attenaed to. Office hours: 10 to 12 m. and k to 4 Offices over Modern Pharmacy in Bren nan Block. p. m ÄOHTPBUBR IDAHO SLi' «V " « L. 6. VIN6ENT FURN. GO Undertaking & Embalming a Specialty icensed Embalmer Phone 48 iTontpelier, House Phone 8a Idaho • t me opera House Pool Hail The plaoe where the good fellows congregate Tables and ques always in best of condition. Robert Gee - Prop Saddle Horses and all kinds of up-to-date turnouts ready on short notice. Why not C combine pleasure with business and have the satisfaction of a few hours in the open? SEEING IS BELIEVING Patrons and others are hereby ex tended a cordial Invitation to call and inspect our stables, service day or night. Prompt Montpelier Livery Co*