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IMF EXAMINER.
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Published Weekly.
Entered ot the postofflce at Montpelier, Idaho
as second-eloM matter
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPnO*.
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One ynrr. .
Six months.
1 oo
CHAS. K. HARRIS, Editor and riibllaher.
COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Davis...
O, Fponuberg...
<ieo. 8. Spencer.
(i, C. l'atten... .
Martin Winters
Ohas. Hoff
L. P. Neilson
H.S. Rich
Philemon Lindsay
Robert ltircli.
.Sheriff
.County Clerk
_Treasurer
Probate J udge
.Assessor
Commissioners
.Coroner
.Surveyor
DISTRICT COURT.
I> W. Standrod
AU.cd Budge.Dist. Attorney
G. f-pongl erg.1
Jiulce
Clerk oi Court
CITY DIRECTORY.
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P. II. Murnane..
C. E. O'Connor.
J. R. Brennan...
E. E. Chalmers.
Chas. Hager.
... Mavor
.Clerk
.Treasurer
. Attorney
... Marshal
COUNCILMEN.
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Wm. Perkins
Jus. Hulmes
First Ward
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C. Hammond
J, N. Bresee
Second Ward
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Fred Hansen
Thos Leonard
Third Ward
Montpelier, Idaho, July 18, 1806.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE FOll PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Black foot, Id* ho, {
June 30 18%. \
Notice lit hereby given that the following
•»•med »etiler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Robert 8.
«ponce U. S Circuit Commissioner the District
of Idaho, on August 3rd, 199«, viz: r
JoHN 1». MCARTHUR*
HE. No. 2552 for the NV$ 8W*£ £hd N$* SE*4
Sec. 5 Tp. 12 BK 44 East.
fie names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
Mourits Mouritsen, Abraham Van Orman,
Orman all
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Ransom V
of Bear Lake County, Idaho. Jno G. Brown
Register.
Orman, Adam H. V
ADJUDICATION OF INSOLVENCY .
In the District Court, 5th Ju
dicial District of Idaho in and for
y Bear Lake county, Idaho.
In.the matter of J. S. Barret an
Insolvent debtor.
J. S. Barrett having fried in this
Court his petition, schedule and
inventory, in insolvency, by which
it appears that he is an insolvent
debtor, the said J. S. Barrett is de
clared hi be an insolvent. The
sheriff of Bear Laxe county, Idaho,
is hereby directed to take posses
sion of all the estate, real and per
sonal of the said J. S. Barrett
debtor, except such as may be by
law exempt from execution, and
all of bis deeds, vouchers, books of
accounts, and papers, and to keep
the same safely until the appoint
ment of an assignee of the estate.
All persons are forbidden to pay
any debts to the said insolvent, or
to deliver any property until the
further order of this Court, except
as herein ordered.
It is further ordered that all the
creditors of paid debtor be and ap
pear before the Hon. D. W. Stand
rod, Judge of the District Court of
the 5th Judicial District of Idaho,
in open Court in Paris, Bear Lake
County, Idaho, at the Court room
of said' Court in said place, at 10
o'clock a. m. of the first day of the
August term of Court, 1896, towit:
August 24th in said town of Paris
and County of Bear Lake, to prove
their debts and choose one or more
assignees of the estate of said
debtor.
j|§j|§jj| It is further ordered, that the
llli/'-hV 10 published in the "Kxami
t weekii newspaper of gencr
■I illation, published in Mont
.der. Bear Lake couiu ., ...? often
as t lie said paper is published be
fore the said day set for the meet
ing of creditors.
■H$| And it is further ordered, that,
in the mean time all proceedings
against the said insolvent he stayed.
W D. W. STANDROD,
^ Attest: Judge of District Court.
G. Sponc.bekg, Clerk.
FRFD HANSEN
KEEPS
FRUITS, CANDIES, NUTS,
TOBACCOS, CIGARS, ETc,
ine
Hard to Beat!
ft! Cooper Wagons. Banner Buggies, v»
Jewel Stoves and .Ranges,
£ è Famous Rakes, Columbus Buggies, h ^
Si Steel King* Rakes,
ii ■
McCompck Madppes.
tin
Cauton Clipp ?r Plows,
$
J. I. Case Plows,
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Pish Bros. «V agons,
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F lsh Bros. Spring Wagons IS
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Jewel Disc Harrow's,
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Keystone side delivery Rakes ^
u Canton Steel Pipe Frame Harrows,
ft Richmond Champion Press Drills,
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Etc. Etc. Etc.
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Wo are Selling Barb Wire Cheap For Cash
CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT CO ,
MONTPELIER,
IDAHO
New Store. New Goods. New Prices.
Idaho Store.
J. LEWIS. PROP.
I carry everything in the general
merchandise line.
Family trade a specialty.
Look for the big sign of
IDAHO STORE.
Montpelier,
Idaho
Are you making any Money
FROM YOUR COWS?
If not, you want a
De Laval separator
Will increase your butter from 15 to 30
per cent: also improves the Quality.
RUNS LIGHTER, SKIMS CLOSER
than any other made.
Send for catalogue
And other information address
Libery, Idaho
XJsed by nearly all the leading Colleges and Dairymen in U. S.
c. ii. lino \VN
FOR PRESIDENT
W. J. BRYAN.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
ARTHUR SEWELL.
FREE COINAGE 16 TO 1.
Come to the 24th celebra
tion. It will be a daisy and
no mistake.
The west ^lon't need any
silver orators. Send them to
the easteiV states where they
will be of ^omjy good in con
verting th
ople.
A bolt of lightening struck
the Silver Hammer office one
day last week. But then
Brother Ben ought not be
scared. Perhaps ii was or
dered by the gold bugs of the
east on account of the Ham
mer's stand for silver.
Nearly every republican in
Montpelier will vote for Bry
an and silver, and yet they
are as good republicans as
they ever were. It's princi
ple, however, this "load of
poles," and politics for the
time being will be forgotten.
The more they talk of Bry
an and Sewell and the free
coinage of silver, the greater
^^^hree become. Already
times, point
' 1 I ' <•.,!) \ I no
.i 1. ■ of
For the first time in several
years Montpelier will cele
brate Pioneer Day, July 24th,
in grand style. A large sum
of money has beert(subscribed
for the purpose >and a great
day is promised/all yvho come.
A cordial welcqhae if extended
to the valley' qind surrounding
country to
witness the I amusements of
the day.
resent and
Attorney Terrell of Poca
tello has bought the Herald
of that city. Brother Moore
will be missed from Idaho
journalists. We hope Mr.
Terrell will succed in bring
ing more financial support to
the Herald than did his pre
decessor for the paper de*
'serves it. Succès? to the
new mäiVägement.
The poor Statesman has to
copy from eastern gold bug
sheets, its editorials support
ing the gold standard. It
can't find any western paper
of prominence to draw on,
and the brains of its own staff
are so befuddled that they
don't amount to much. It
don't answer fair questions
because it cannot without in
viting a stinging rebuke from
those eastern gold bugs who
carry the corruption sack.
But then lately this great
daily has fallen so much in
the estimation of people that
i tcuts_lity^^M|MteMm|fl
course they want their money
to buy double of the fruits of
human toil it would, if the
free coinage of silver was re
stored. They want money to
be as so&rce as possible so
theirs wiil be worth just so
much more. Car the masses
afford to be dictated to by these
plutocrats, these money kings.
Not hardly.
The silver camps and other
localities of the state ought
to take kindly (?) to the action
of the Boisites in organizing
a McKinley club. It means
the capital city people, or
part of them, are dead set
against the free coinage of
silver. A careful scrutiny of
the list reveals the fact, how
ever, that most of the promi
nent movers in the organiza
tion are prospective office
holders if McKinley is elected.
Nevertheless it will and ought
to give Boise a black eye with
the towns of the rest of the
state. The capital people
have existed at the expense
of the state about long
enough.
The farmers of this valley
should remember that with
the free coinage of silver the
Wood River mines would once
again give employment to
thousands of miners. It
would mean a great demand
for coal for smelting their
silver ores and this would
mean greatly enlarged mark
ets at Diamondville, Rock
Springy and other camps for
Bear Lake produce. Besides
this Montpelier would be the
home of more train crews that
would eat more farm products.
Nothing is promised by Mc
Kinley and gold. Can you
fail to make a choice in this
case?
We are surprised that such
a moral and religious sheet as
the Post should run the
"Monarch" whisky ad. If
they got money for it of course
nothing could be said, but
their pay consists in getting
a due bill for a case of this
brand of goods, when said due
bill is accompanied by so much
cash. The company does not
pay a cent for its advertise
ment in cash, it pays only in
the whisky it handles and be
fore the Post gets any it will
have to put up a certain
amount of money. Nobody
connected with that holy
sheet uses this article there
fore the ad is run for nothing
to help a down east firm to
dispose of its goods.
Additional I.ocul.
Pure liquors for family medicin
al purposes in any quantity. Bot
tled beer, porter, etc , at low prices
at Riter Bros. Drug Co.
When it comes to poster work
the Examiner office is about the
stuff'. The 24th samples turned
out this week we are proud of and
so are the people.
Montpelier will be in it nj j £f, e
24th of July,
-grand program lias been arranged
for the day and a delightful time
is in store for all who attend.
Mrs. Rev. Lamb received the
sad news Tuesday morning that
her sister in New York was very
low with consumption. Mrs.
Lamb left Wednesday morning for
the east.
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Pioneer Day. A
It is rumored that a match race
betweeu Star valley horses for
$500 a side is expected to be run
on the Montpelier track on the
24th. It will be a decided attaac
tion for that day.
Neckwear, men's, lalies and
children's hose. Hsnijkerchiefs,
hemstitched and
embroidered,
plain, that cannot be bei for qual
ity and price in Idaho,| at Ham
mond & Whit
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week. Joe Rich's collection of
badges are elegant. The one worn
by the Idaho delegation cost $12 a
piece au4-*fere the finest in Chi
cago. x
A fun loving pasty of four desci
ples of Walton/ went over on
Thomas' Fork Saturday for an
outing. Ed Hoover one of the
number has ouLuiunks for some
of the fruits ol the trip.
Mrs. J. L.
children's par
ing. It was i
the little folki
able time was
ing was in honor of Miss Florence
Underwood.
underwood gave a
y list Monday even
arÿely attended by
and a most enjoy
passed. The gather
Mrs. Van Housen and niece,
Mrs. Judge Johnson and Mrs. E.
A. Pease came
tello Wednesdf
guests of Mrs/S. Mills. They
took in the
hot springs while here.
Messrs. Rycxman and Marx
will shortly begin the issue of The
Wyoming Press at Evanston. If
brains, push and rustling ability
counts for anything the Press will
shortly take a front rank in the
Wyoming newspaper field.
twn from Poca
orning as the
les of the Rich
Lost—A ladies navy blue
Cape trimmed with buget
trimming. Any one finding
it will be rewarded by leav
ing the same at Mose Lewis,
The Leader, Montpelier.
Fruit jars by the thousands are
being received ic Montpelier daily.
A farmer at Bennington claims he
will have 350 bushels of currents
for canning purposes this year. All
other small fruits will be had at
low prices, so it seems there will
be use for all of these jars.
Mrs. Frank JBoops died at her
home on Tb6m
weex. The deceased leaves a large
circle of friends to mourn her
death. Fiy^ children, the young
est only twjo wçexs old, are thus
left motherjess./ The sympathy of
the entire
' Forkfte this
lunity is with the
bereaved husband and children.
Joe Bagley
been in the real
estate businessXrith a vengeance
this week. Hé nas sold his city
property, coipisang of four resi
dences and n/uchf land and bought
the fine Stephens ranch at the
mouth of thé canyon. Jas. Craine
the sheep
were among the purchasers of the
city property.
The boftrd of county commis
sioners met in Paris Monday as
board of equalization. After list
ening to several "tales of woe,"
taking or not taking action as the
cases seem to merit, they took up
the business of the regular session.
It consisted principally in allow
ing bills and appointing road veiw
ers for several new roads.
A farmer this weex asfced the
Examiner why it did not advocate
the idea of finding a marfcet at
Ro eje Springs, Green River and
other towns for this year's im
mense berry crop? To tell the
truth we had not thought of it.
The idea is a good one, though,
and if tafcen hold of properly,
ought to prove a paying venture.
Strawberries are only ten cents a
quart here now and there ought to
be a good margin for shippers to
establish markets in outside
towns.
and ye editor
>n.
Only fair dealing and handling
first quality of *ooub at lowest pri
ces can be responsible the building
up of a business from the ground.
Only a couple of years ago Ham
mond & Whitman started their
store with a dozen lamp chimneys
in etoex. Little by little other
lines were added until they had
a complete stock of groceries, hard
ware and shoes. This week they
put in a large stock of men's shirts,
laundried and unlaundried, jump
ers, overalls, gloves and other fur
nishings. They bought all of these
goods at low spot cash figures and
it's really a surprise what fine val
ues they offer at dirt cheap prices.
Their dollar shirts for example are
the best ever offered here for the
money. They can fit any pocket
book with goods of merit. See
their stock of gloves, shirts, over
alls, etc., and you can judge
better. Their success is due to
square dealing, and giving honest
goods at hard times' prices. They
^pt your trade. Their prices
tnroond
oods will get it.
hitman.
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Netlce.
is hereby given thu my wife,
fd, haa left my bedknd board
^vocation, and I fereby for
crédit on
rom giving
Samuel I. Read,
k Idaho! July 18th,
SAivi I». LEWIS,
THE FAIR.
Great Rebuilding Sale.
Business with us is booming. Hired an extra force of help to
wait on many of our patrons. This necessitates our carrying a
Large Stock of Goods. Find ourselves in tight Quarters and
therefore must build a new store. Before doing so we proposa
to put the knife into prices of Clothing, Dry Goods Boote and
Shoes. Following are a lew' Items that will
we
Knock Competition higher than a kite:
Mens Suits, Cassimere,
Frocks and Sacks sizes S.' r
to 44 , ivorth 6.50, Re
building Sale price
which must be sold durinû
the Rebuilding 3als. "
Hemp Carpets at
10 cents yard
Brussels, Moquette and
Ingrain Carpets at Corres
dingly Low Prices.
$3.50
Mens Pants, the regular
Sunday-go-to-meeting ones
worth 2. 00, Rebuilding
price slae
Mens Creole Shoes 1-2 Dou
ble sole, all sizes, worth
91.75, rebuilding sole price
$1.00 pair.
75 cents.
Ghidrens Suits, Extra
Heavij Duck, worth $1.25
Rebuilding sale paice
50 cents
Boys Shoes in bals 3 to 5
worth 1$ rebuilding sale
price
50 cents
Dress Goods, Henreitta
Cloth, double width , worth
25 cts rebuilding sale price
Ladies Shoes, Dongola,
Patent leather tip all sizes
worth $1.50, Rebuilding
sale price
90 cents pair.
Ladies Russet Oxford Ties
In Silks we have a large Patent Tip all sizes worth
assortment of Sarah, Taf- $1.50 rebuilding sale price
feta, Gros Grain, China$ Qg r'on+o noir
Pongee in the latest shades Le il Lb pai r.
12 1-2 cts yard
Fast Color Prints at
5 cents yard
Don't fail to come and see for yourselves.
This is the greatest
chance for Bargain seeker in the History of Montpelier.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT is well worth paying
a visit. We carry the latest novelties in Ladies, Misses and
THE FAIR. Sam L- Lewis, Prop.
IDAHO.
Childrens Hats.
MONTPELIER.
(J. C. (JRAY. Caehitr.
S. B. THOMPSON, Prat.
F. L. La RUE. Vice-Prat.
• BANK OF MONTPELIER. *
MONTPELIER, Ilk A HO.
Capital Paid-Up Stock - - - #20.000,
Interest Paid oil Time Deposits,
Incorporated in 1891 under the lau t of the State of Idaho.
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G. S. Kagers & Son.
A v now Ready to do
House and Sign Painting
and Paper Hanging
On Shortest
Nothing but fin
Office n
o tice.
class work done at Reasonable rates.
t to Arcade Hotel, Montpelier.
THE ANUFTiR SALQON,
Carries the Best
lÄRines, Xiquors anb Cigars.
Belmont Whiskey. Mardi Gras Cigars.
T. J. HARTMAN,
Prop.
pri
are
the
See
to
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
{I. A. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
MONTPELIER, ; :
: : IDAHC
•pR. E. F. GUYON,
PHYSICIAN
aud SURGEON.
Office, over Riter Bros. Drug store.
Montpelier,
Idaho.
|)0UGLAS HIX,
Attorney* at - Law
Land Matters a Specialty.
GEORGETOWN, -
Idaho.
^ L. GLENN,
Attorney «t Law.
Practices in all the Courts of Idaho.
MONTPELIER, î
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; j IDAHO
on
E. CHALMERS,
Attorney at Law.
Montpelier,.- ; ; ; . IDAHO
J. A. BAGLEY,
Attorney at Law.
Defenses in Criminal Cases s
Speciality.
MONTPELIER
IDAHO.
R. S. SPENCE,
Attorney-at- Law.
MONTPELIEB, : : : IDAHO
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j^LFRED BUDGE,
Attorney-at-Law.
District Attorney Fifth Judicial Difr j
trict.
Paris,
IdlhjL
HELLO CENTRAL!
The new telephone line be
tween this city and Paris is noK
id working order. Connection
at Ovid.
Offices: Co-op o., B ur g°y n
|& Brennan, M. Rosenbaum
Ovid; Paris Mer, C°- P ar * 3 '
Rates Reasonable.

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