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Q VOL. 2. MONTPELIER* IDAHO. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1896. NO. 21 ED. BURGOYNE, The Pioneer Merchant of Montpelier, Idaho. x£tl s£? \£z s^r jAt _s£t x£r r frr x -ft? r£r Y The Merchant of Venice could not display, & —His variety of Goods iti such a array, & As we have at our store so pleasing and nice ', 3 Ü And universally known as Loivest in Price. 3 * : r ' z v i ' -Z£X-Z£.\ /^a ajs-zAj is usual on tlte tool Evemtniiig at- price s to suit tlie times and pock etDooks ol the people WALL PAPER! FURNITURE!! CARPETS!!! All the way from a clock The La rgest Stock and shelf to a Bed room suite■ Latest Patterns. Como and see for yourselves and yo cannot resist buying. Stock in our new Annex. In endless varieties and Beautiful Designs. Stoneware and Crockery rile largest Assortment of Stoneware and Crockery ever brought to Bear Lake county and Prices by far the Lowest. Fruit Jars from 1*0 gal. to O gals, front. 18 cent« to #1.00 Stone Churns, Stew Pans, Milk Pans, Filters, Tea Bets, Dinner Sets, In fact anything you need in this line. Our stock of jstaple & fancy Groceries is complete Also DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, H^TS, CAPS and Gents Fn.nisMng Goods in endless variety. SPECIAL DRIVE 1 ft lull li ne oî P. Gox's Ladles* Shoes worth $a .50 at $2.25 to close out Millinery 11 - Millinery I It is of the Latest Style. No old shop worn goods on hand, most fastidious. Everything new and calculated to please the Hats Trimmed "A La Mode" by Export Milliner«. We are always in the market for produce and give highest prices ED. BURGOYNE, MONTPELIER. IDAHO I.ot-nl Happening«. The city council meets next Thursday evening. J. N. Bresee is rusticating in Salt Lake this week. Hires' Boot Beer, both dry and in liquid form, at Biter Brcs. Drug Co. 16 Compare Emelle's work with work you had done before and see the difference. Mrs. mAi 16 j b Phelps has re Balt/Laxe to spend lea the surmMHH Wind off® long and lffiM at Ham mo il lins, extra sizes for widows dirt cheap 21 . has been ib.a serious Attorney T. Confined to his lipr illness this week; present writing. The best of liquors for medici nal purposes at the City Drug store. All goods warranted and are low. He is J I 5 [ the prices / Attorney Chalmers packed his ; law books and shipped them to / Black foot this week. He arid his ' family will follow shortly. The fearful heat during the past week has caused all vegetation to rapidly come to maturity. grain fields itiok^^rticulaj^ r ieing 4RÜÉM& r JHBL« The - /K.VFPiWKY NCf I OTM. Dental un July 1st at the Golden Rule drug store near the postoffice at Mont pelier, where all may secure fine Dentistry at reasonable prices. 18 Seekers of camping pleasures will consider their own comfort by purchasing tneir Tents and Bake Ovens at Co-op Wagon & Machine Co. The Examiner received a lot more of printing material this week. Among other things was improved wire stapler for book and pamphlet work. This office is headquarters for fine work in this line. Why go to Paris to make final proof when it can be done properly in my office R. S. Spence Mary E. Tannar, M. D., Ph. G., has opened a drug store in the Whitman building near the Post office with a full line of drugs, toilet articles, perfumery, etc. an 11 6 Awarded Highest Honors—World's fair, DR. im ^CREAM_ BAKING P0WDÏR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 \ EARS THE STANDARD. Biter's Beef Iran is the best the market. Get your Preserve jars at Bur goyne & Brennan's. Ex-Editor Mottling' wife presented him with a boi^nji'ng boy this weeK. Forepaugh's and Sells' BroB., cir cus will be in Pocatello on the 1st of August. Bread, pies, cakes, buns, and anything in the bakery line at the Arcade hotel. & in will at in Co. day all is is on 20 21 17 Found—A drab colored cape. Owner can have same by calling at Riter Bros. Drug Co. The showers of rain this week came at a time when all classes of needed it. "Xu «ater and other.soft drinks liter 'Brdfedöruf -Store on the ^ and «II Other «toys. They delicious^ *fOti rflf 21 . are Go and see the comnmation tinge and hot water bottles at Riter Bros. Drug Co. The prices will surprise you. Roadmaster ey 20 tpuglas has the Examiner's thanks for a lot of hpme grown f strawberries. This btrrv crop willbe the largest in the history of Bear Lake. It is a fact worthy of notice, that I d*. Kmelle the Jeweler turns out Arepajrs in a workmanlike man P '«üfivork guaranteed. Considerable counterfeit money has been put in circulation about town lately. It consists of poor imitations of silver guarters, half dollars and dollar^ 16 Our line of Cutlery, fishing tackle, and baseball supplies is complote. Get our prices. Ham mond & Whitman. We have received a copy of the program tobe followed at the forth coming teachers institute at Poca tello. Judge Arney has our thanks for the same. The program of and Fuller for the^JAYs one worthy of any town. Several# good horses are already in training and good contests are pronYiwd. >srs. O'Connor C. H. Brown, agent, calls your attention this week to the famous DeLavai Separator. It's the finest thing in the land for butter ma kers. Read his ad concerning it. Wanted—A good girl to Jo kitchen work in restaurant. The wages are fair. Apply at once to Tony Hagen. The Examiner hopes the men's bicycle race for the 24th will be filled this time. Many would to see an exciting contest in this event. Chas. Huff desires to call atten tion to prospective builders that he i# prepared to furnish estimates on and construct all classes of buildings. Mod ialty. Lo westjg for the GeonH Give him a caR tend building? jpelier, Idaho, houses a spec tpssful bidder Bfch ool house, |^^if you in ttrnah Mont 19 Fruit jar rubbers at Hammond & Whitman's. Pure Lucca oil dirt cheap at Bitel 1 Bros. Drug Co. Five hands will enliven things in Montpelier on Pioneer Day. Bear Lake's proportion of the state school money for the coming half year will be 1499.25. All kinds of jewelry work done at home and at reasonable rates at Emelle's Jewelry store. J. M. Davi property to Davis will ; valley. Perfumery and sachet powders in bulk just in at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Cheaper than Mrs. Chas. Hammond left Fri day night for a two wee/cs sojourn with her parents at Caldwell, Idaho. To Exchange—A first class wheel for first class horses. For particulars apply at this office. 20 Just arrived. A new line of Ladies', Misses and children shoes. Latest styles. Burgoyne & Bren nan's. Go to the City Drug store for writing tablets and stationery of all descriptions. Read the ad of the new Idaho store in today's paper. Mr. Lewis is here for business and his prices and goods you are invited to in spect. The berry season is the largest ever known. Buy your jars at Ham mond & Whitman's; A large con signment cheap. The school house of the down town district has received a beau tiful coat of paint. The building is rendered far more attractive thereby. We have enlarged our stock of Tinware, Glassware, and Crockery. We assure you our prices are the lowest in town. S, P. Q. R. Ham mond & Whitman. Jos. C. Rich, on# of the delegates to Chicago, returned home Thurs day night. Joe is fu|l of remini cences concerning that famous con vention and its a treit to listen to him, A preventive is better than a cure. your houses when you can buy Screen Doors aud Windows so cheap at Co-op Wagon & Machine 20 . 20 . 16. Tfes sold his farm pis^op Clark. Mr. iové to Snake river 20 ever. 21 5 20 21 Geo. dressier, an old time dis patchet at Green River and well like'known to all of the railway boys, died one day last week while route east. His malady Was tumptirtn. Don't let the flies get into Co. 7 en con held in iontpelier will take place on the iith, Pioneer Day. Everyone will b> Welcome and people, from all s<ctiona of the cotinty, Star Valley, S-da Springs, Cokeville, and other plices will surely be here. If you w:nt a good time don,t fail to some. of Everything tends to show that he biggest celebration ever 19 D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER * * DENTIST. ALL WORL KNOWN TO MÜNDERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. The Co-op Wagon k Machine Co «1 Y - TSé» .N T X .T.T ^ t This space reserved for theJ jnew ad. of the Co-op W. & M.r «Co., which Will iippear next? iweek. It will contain mentions new lines of machinery theypf i^now handle. Watch for it. R Co-op W. & M. C o. t M. I), WELLS, Manager. Montpelier, idaliOt Grand Celebration. Games: : a U'iS IUKRI OTIHJK DAY Nil KM TO BK RE RED. ( ürcat Vnrlety^f Avunctementfl ■*roTUfed for Montpelier will celebrate Pio Visitor«. neer Day in a moat becoming man ner this year. Last Saturday evening a meet called at the L. D. S. ing was meeting house to take steps look ing to the celebration of July 24th, Pioneer Day. Bishop Clark pre sided. After talking the matter over, on motion a committee on general arrangements was appoin ted, as follows: J. S. Barrett, chairman. O. C. Gray; W. T. Per kins, F. C. Hansen, Mose Lewis, W. W. Clark, Chas. Hammond, J. A. Rostan and Will Ridd. This committee named four to so licit for funds and nearly $200 was raised. / At a meeting of the committee Monday night the following com mittees were selected: Music: J. S. Barrett, G. C. Gray; J. A. Ruslan. Bowery : John C' zzena, W. T. Perkin«; Hyrum Holmes; Tho(. Barfett; Charles Ilogcnsen. Joseph .Toned, Thomas Douglas, Ed Burgoyne. Refreshments : Chas. Hammond; Howard Groo, James Kinnersley, Johnny Barrett. Floht- : W. W. Clark, James Holmes, John Bagley, Mrs. W. W. Chapman; Miss Mattie Burgoyne: Artillery : Wm. Irving; Printing! Edward French J. F. O'Connor, J. A. Rostan. Parade : John A. Bägley; Chas. Hammond; Chas. E. Harris, The program will cotisist of all kinds of games, prizes for races öf every description, orations, music, etc., etc. Five bands from all parts of the county will enliven tho day. This of itaelf will be something never before witnessed In Bear Lake 7 county, One of the principal features will be the parade, which will con tain floats of all the principal business houses in town. These will be fitted up handsomely aud will be most attractive. Besides the floats the parade will contain in the secret societies, firemen, etc. A large bowery will be construc ted in a convenient place for the assemblage to liste n to orations, : music, and the games. Plenty of icik W«. and lemonade will be proviKpd fipr There will fç jgfA arge for this t part of the Celebration. After three o'clock those who wish can attend the races at the track. This will cost only 23cénts each, there being no charge for wagons or horses; In the evening a grand ball will be given in town for which the tickets Will probably be one dollar. The best of music will bé prdvided. All of the day's proceedings, ex cept horse and bicycle races at the track, will be under th# supervis ion of the gCilefat committee named above. It will be readily Been therefore that d royal time Can be and is being provided for dll. And to it the people of Montpelier sends "welcome" to all the country hero ftbdUts. Come and erijoÿ your: selves and assist our citizens in duly honoring Pioneer Day. John A. Bagley will be grand marshal. TIII! ra< i:n In addition td the Splendid pro gram mentioned above Messrs. O'Connor and Fuller have arranged a séries of 1 races to be rdn after the mâirt part of the celebration is over. They will begin about 3 o'clock p. m. Many speedy horses from all sections of the county will be entered for the contests and the sport promises to be exceptionally good. Good music and a large bowery will be at the disposal Of those who arc at the tlack. The admittance to this paiticular part of the program will he 25 Cents. Below will be found the program that will be given at the track: PROGRAM. First Race I Trotting, mile heats best two in three, free for all; Purse $25; $15 tc first, $10 to sec ond. Second Race: Mile heats, 2 in 3, roadsters owned in Bear Lake coühtf and drivéri by owners; purse, $20, 15 to first, 5 to second. Third race: Running, 3-8 mile daBh; purse, $20, 15 to fitst, 5 to second. in all above races the entrance fee is 15 per cent of purse. Fourth race: Running, pony, 440-yard dash; purse, $10, 6 to first, 3 to second, 1 to third. En - trance fee, $1. Fifth race: Men's bicycle, mile heats, 2 in three; purse $15, 10 to first 5 to second. Entrance fee $1.50. Sixth race: Ladies bicycle, one half mile dash; first prize, elegant dress pattern, second prize, bicycle lamp. Seventh race: Ladies' saddle race, one mile, phfsè $10, 7 to first 3 to second. No entrance charged in either of the ladies' races. Adwrilird I. riter». The following ig the list of letters rg fmfining uncalled for in the postoflire at Montpelier, Idaho, for two weeksending : Mr. V ffenry < M Urbef Mr Perry Urher C*rl Qrotgen. IWra L*tira Denhjr. ; 8. George Garland^ MrXN Watkins Person, calling for abov^ette.-s will advertised if not called for in 30 days will be sent to dead letter office. Gn*s. Hammond P M . tar J ; M r a a Burgoyne AND— Brennan ■ DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Grain, Lumber, Lime and Farn Producé Mail Orders receive prompt at tention. Montpelier, .0« 1 nh i] I. Cowstltntlonal A me mime a Is. "There is great danger that the people of Idaho will utterly over look consideration of three import ant matters unless they begin to think pretty soon. At the coming election they will be required to Vote on three constitutional amend ments. The first and most im portant proposition is the en franchisement of women; second, providing a prosecuting attorney for each county, and third, segre gation of thb offices of probate judge and school superintendent. The Tribune believes that all theec amendments should be adopted and thinks there is no liklihood of failure except through thoughtless ness. Last election the proposition to segregate the offices of probate judge and School superintendent failed of adoption simply because two-thirds of the voters did not Vote on the amendment one way or the other. They simply forgot all about it and it went by default. That mistake should not be re peated and therefore the Tribune mentions the matter thus early.". I Cokey 111« Woodmen. Last Thursday a camp of Woodmen at Cokeville was instituted by Past Con sul Johnston of this city. He was as sisted by Neighbors Cruikshank, Henry and Chas. HofT, Miirnnns and Dr. Hoover. The camp starts with fifteen member! and promises to develop into à flourishing lodge. The members who went from Mont pelier were treated royally by the new Woodmen and they only regret there ia not more camps to establish down there. The following named are the officers of the new lodge : P. W, Olsen, Consul. Syl, Collett, advisor. J; H. Stoner, banker. A. W. Stoner, clerk. John Mnchem, escort. Julius Jacobson, watchman. Frttnk Stoner, sentry. S. D. Noblitts, Claude Kenyon, and Richard Roberta, managers. Sortie Steps were taken fLis week Concerning tho openingj^K National Park road, which May shortly start work on#Éfii|jpih needed enterprise. Two or threé ,, ■ 1 -- 'ia-. gentlemen in this city havwnMp matter in hand and they are woTfl with nli 8 U to 8eCU the co-operation of the powerfu U( p. system. When they b*V heard something of interesiwis, readers of th# Examiner wi', the k the full details. DLJ. Schefstad, DENTIST* Crown, Bridge Work and Bist« work« Specialty. High grade work si lowest prices. No charge tor Examination; In Cottage hëxt to lliinter House; Montpelier, Idaho. The . . Capitol NEW STOCK. NE W PROPRIETOR. Ite-openeD. I have re-opened this popular retort and Stocked it with the hilt quality of Wines, Liquors and GlgarS. Fine Club Rooms in Connection, Everything Mew cindfirst Class. KEG BÈER ALWAYS ON TAP. Bottled goods lor trasients and Tourists. Open Day and Night # Give me a call, A- POULS0N, Prop* IDAHO. MONTPELIER, S. P. EMELLE. y Practical ^ Watchmaker, p Jeweler and |§§j * Optician. *» •6 Mail orders promptly attended to. itONTPELIER, IDAHO JOE FULLER, HARBER« MONTPELIER, : : j /,_ . ^ •• ..., WSflteQ— AI) lUBcl £ jjy ^«sSSgft wro'hliaut».' £»»»»«>»» » «w! 1 $ i riHAS. SCHMID, k fHB T' llTl'EIJLhd Domestic Suitings oM P 1 ii,-si lit« guaranteed; Allor promptly trended to. Give me - »JA HO hi.