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('ll AS. K. HARRIS, Editor ami Publisher.
CO UN TY DIR EC TOR Y.
G. Bpongberg.County Clerk
Geo. H. Spencer.Treasurer
G. C. Patten..Probate Judge
!.. P. Neilson
H. S. Rich
Philemon Lindsay.. ..
I). W. ^tnmlrod
Alfred litige . Rist. Attorney
(5. ^pongt-erg.Clerk oi Court
. . Attorney
P. H. Murnane.
C. K. O'Connor.
J R. Brennan.
K. E. Chalmers_
Wm. Perkins I
J i.s. Holmes
I, N. Hresee ^
Fred Hansen /
Thos Leonard i
Montpelier, Idaho, Oet 2,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Kstat« of James Lars«*n deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven by undersigned Ad
of Janies Larsen deceased,
Wlnistrator of es
•* to the creditors of and all pers
< lairas against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers, within 4
months after the first publication of this notice
to the said Administrator at Ovid, in the
bounty of Bear Lake. o. Olsen Administrator
ai the'Estate of James Larsen Deceased.
Dald this 22nd day of August, 18%.
(Aug.'29. October 8.) ^
Estate of Charles Lindsay deceysed:
Notice I« hereby given by the undersigned
Administrator of the estate of Charles Limlsay
•deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims again» the said deceased to ex
hibit them with the necessary vouchers within
A months after the first publication of this no
tice to the said Administrator at Paris, in the
County of Bear Lake, Idaho. Geo B. Kpencer
Administrator of the Estate of Charles Lind
Sept. 8 oct: 8:
APPLICATION FOR PARDON.
Notice is hereby given that James
Austin, who was convicted at the Au
gust, 1896, term of c mrt of the crime of
Grand Larceny and sentenced to one
year in the penitentiary, will apply to
the Board of Pardons at their regular
meeting in October, 1896, for a pardon.
Dated, Sept. 14, 189«.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Office at Blaekfoot, Idaho, (
August 22,18%. \
Notice is hereby given that the following
led notice of his intention
named settler has fi
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that f-aid proof will be made before Robert 8.
Bpence U. 8 Circuit Commissioner the District
of Idaho, at Montpelier, Idaho, on October 5th,
DAVID R. MOROAN
on HE. No. 8767 for the Lot 8 KK*,* NW» 4 ' Sec. 4
Tp. 18 ri and SE'4 8\V' 4 SE'i Sec. 38 Tp. 12
b of R 43 East.
He names the following witnesses to prove
Lis continuous residence upon and cultivation
of. said land, viz:
8. Morgan, William R. Mwrgan. Frank
King, Samuel Hy
all of Bear Lake County,
Jno. W. Jones.
(Aug. 29, October 8.}
S. P. EMELLE.
jÆk WatGbmaker, ^
v Jeweler and v
1 • i
Mail orders promptly attended
FRUITS, CANDIES, NUTS,
TOB\CCOS, CIGARS, ETc,
A line line of stationery cheap
FOR CANNING and
PR ES ER VI NC.
For the 67th semi-annual con
ference of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, which
will he held October 4th, 5th and
6th, in Salt Lake, the U. I'. will
make the following rates: Coke
ville, $9.60; Montpelier,$8.50; Soda
Springs. $7.00. Tickets on sale
Oct. 2 to 6. good returning till 15th.
Tickets sold between Montpelier
and Opal inclusive, good either by
McCammon or Green River both
ways. Returning trains leave
Jkiit Lake at 7 p. 111 .
our Utah Perteot Binder Twine i
lis THE BEST and LOWEST IN PRICE
Every Purchases is Privileged to Return every pound
That does not prove Satisfactory.
MoGorniion right-hand open elevator
With Roller Bearings, is a model of Perfection, Simplicity and
Strength. Will (Jut and Elevate all kinds of grain and
The McCormick will work perfectly in heavy
tangled and fallen grain where other
machines choke to death
Our Knotter iscom P° sedof ° nl y .seven pieces
v -*' ___and never fails to bind.
IE YOU WANT A BINDER we will guar
antee the McCormick to do cleaner
and better work than any machine on the
market, OR NO SALE.
CONSOLIDATED IMPLEMENT CO,
New Store. New Goods. New Prices.
J. LEWIS. PROP.
I carry everything in the general
jssf** '■* > **-—
Family trade a specialty.
Look for the big sign of
W. J. BllYAN.
^OR VICE PRESIDENT
FREE COINAGE 16 TO 1.
The pvoper caper now is to
skip and then telegraph for
Th man who can name the
winners at the next election
in this county would have to
be • a prophet indeed. We
imagine it cannot be done till
after the ballots are counted.
There are some good men
on the McKinley republican
county ticket and under other
circumstances they would at
least stand a good chance of
election. But McKinleyism
will not command support in
this county this year so these
worthy men will fall.
The county campaign now
has three tickets injected into
it and the populists promise,
so rumor says to put up
another one yet, which will
make four. With so many
candidates it ought not be
hard to find good officers for
the coming two years.
We want everyone to wit
ness the painful silence the
Post will observe in the fu
ture concerning Recorder
jumped on the wrong persim
mon when it tackled Gus, and
if it don't already know it, it
may learn the same from no
uncertain quarter if these
personal attacks are continued
The democratic ticket as
regards geographical location
is made up as follows: Et
Charles, state senator, repre
sentative and commissioner;
Bloomington, probate judge;
Paris, representative, sheriff, |
treasurer; Montpelier, asses- 1
1 7 :
The silver republican ticket
is as follows: St, Charles,!
commissioner: Bloomington. |
probate judge; Paris, two I
Libert}', commissioner; Mont- !
pelier, senator, assessor, sur-h
veyor; Ovid, coronor; Ben-^
nington, commissioner:Dintrlo I
s lel , ' 1 '
We want to call the atten
tion of the voters of Bear
Lake county to the inside
pages of the Examiner this
week. They contain some
cold facts, which argument,
lying, and evasion will not ef
fect, concerning the remone
tization of silver. We expect
to run such silver literature
every week and we want you
to keep posted.
The democrats as expected
have put up a good ticket and
the county is assured good
officials for two years no mat
ter which side wins,
democrats could have made
theirs probably stronger if
the gentiles had been given a
place, or if this side of the
valley had been more liberally
recognized, but the delegates
willed otherwise and the Ex
aminer has no kick coming.
So get in and drill.
Its all bosh to say that no
such thing as classes exist in
the United States,
man with an ounce of brains
knows that such a thing is to
be found in nearly all the
states. Nearly all the wealthy
people of the land look upon
a laboring man as a slave and
fit only to work for the rich.
He is not treated as their
equal any mark in the road
nor do they think he is a peer
except at election time. Then
why all this lying and gush.
Classes do exist in the Un
ited States the same as in
England or anywhere else, the
only difference being that they
are not designated as lords,
earls, counts, etc.
The McKinley republicans met in
Paris M lay and nominated a county
ticket. J. L. Underwood was electeil
[chairman and Robert Price secretary.
| Aftcr soine trouble in getting suitable
1 T" for the .' )08 1 i,i 1 on th "
: ticket, was nominated, nearly all of tnem
j being from Paris:
I R. Spence, State Senator,
A la |ï'rnf a n r| mn ( Representatives.
j Sheriff, John A. Sutton.
Assessor, w. h. Piggott.
^"bate Jndge^ Jas. Nye.
' ï Surveyor, E. N. Austin,
| Treasurer, J. u. stucki.
I Coroner, Jos Johnston,
<: ominissioner ist district, Edgar vv.
! ««Commissioner 2nd district, Wm. A.
Uommissiener 3rd district, G. C. Gray.
I Drugs at reasonable prices at
Golden Rule drug store.
editeii by the silver republi- tit>n
can central committee and day
they will be responsible for i m.,
what appears in it. a
This column is paid for and
For Presidential Electors.
n ill:am tr. wood.
WILLIAM F. SMITH.
LORENZO L. EVANS.
WILLIAM E. BORAH.
For Justice of the Supreme Court.
FRANK STE UN EN BERG.
For Lieutenant Governor.
Eli WARD B. TRUE.
F'or Secretary of State.
CHARLES DURR AND.
For Attorney General.
GEORGE M. PARSONS.
For State Treasurer,
F'or State Auditor.
For Sup rintendent of Public Instruc
MATTHIAS F. COWLEY.
For Inspector of Mines.
BENJAMIN F. HASTINGS.
W. IV. CLARK.
JOS. R. SHEPHERD.
G. C. PATTEN.
Assessor and Collector.
J. 0. McCÀRT.
Probate J uilge.
0. C. DUN FORD.
WALTER C. COLE.
JOS W. LINDFORD.
J. G. MERRILL.
lion's. W. E. Borah and Jas. H.
Hawley will address the citizens
of Bear Lake county on the follow
ign dates anil at places named
Monday, Oct. 5. at St. Charles
at 2 o'clock p. m.
Monday Oct. 5th at Paris at 7
o'clock p. m.
Tuesday, Oct. 9th, Liberty at 2
o'clock p. m.
Tues, Oct. 6th, Montpelier at 8
o'clock p. m.
Senator Dubois and Alf O. Fra
zer will speak in Bloomington the
30 of Oct. and Montpelier, 31st.
The silver republican central
committee and candidates for
county offices will meet in this
city to-morrow at ten o'clock a. mJ
to transact important business
All are requested to be present.
By order of the chairman. \
Walter C. Cole,
The silver republican central
committee of Bear Lake county are
grateful to all who are now help
ing the cause of silver, and ask
that those who have not done so to
contribute 50 cfents towards the
general campaign fund. Such do
nations can be paid to the com
mitteeman in each precinct or to
the chairman of secretary of the
committee in Montpelier.
. . _
Not.ce to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given that state and
county taxes for Bear Lake County,
Idaho, for the year 181)6 are now due
and payable at this office and if not
paid prior to the first Monday of Jann
ary 1807, will become delinquent and
3 per cent will bo added thereon, an<i
6 per cent will be added if not paid
after the first Blonday of March, and
such other costs as provided by law, to
gether with interest at the rate of 13 per
from said first Monday of J&nu
Further notice is hereby given that all
Poll Taxes will become delinquent on
the second Monday of December after
which 60 cents will be added on each.
Francis M. Winters,
Assessor and Collector for Bear Lake
The People's party voters of
Bear Laite county are hereby re
quested to meet in county conven
tit>n at Montpelier, Idaho, Satur
day Septeniber*3rd, at 2 o'cIock p.
m., for the purpose of nominating
a county ticKet and transacting
such other business as may come
before the meeting.
The Ço-op W. & M. Co., shipped
three cars of wheat this week to
Ogden and are buying more and
paying the cash for it.
Mrs. Carey went to Idaho Falls
Wednesday to remain ten days or
two weeks. Her photo gallery
will he closed during her absence.
It is a fact worthy of notice, that
S. P. Emelle the Jeweler turns out
his repairs in a workmanlike man
ner. All work guaranteed.
Mrs. Ed Purtell left this week
for an extended visit to her old
home in Missouri. She will prob
ably visit a 6ister in Arizona be
fore she returns.
A complete stock of combs,
brushes, fountain syringes, trusses
and all classes of rubber goods at
Riter Bros. Drug Co. Prices the
lowest, quality the best.
Just received, an immense line
ot Dry Goods, including Calico's
and Dress goods of all kinds. The
handsomest line ever shown here
and at prices as low as the lowest.
Quality guaranteed. Call and see
them. Jones & Son.
The six-months old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones died
last Saturday and was buried Sun
day. The parents have the sympa
thy of the entire community in
Jihe obnefit dance given in the
Consolidated Imp. Co., hall last
fruesday was not largely attended,
[but a good time was had. The
Vumof!fC.50 was turned over to
Bd Rich in whose honor it was
Dr. Davis and A. T. Shane have
returned from a three weeks hunt
ing trip in the Jackson's Hole
country. They report a good time
and Doc says he is better prepared
to perform dental worn than ever.
New goods are arriving daily at.
S. A. Mills. The latest patterns
in dress goods can now be had at
lower prices than ever offered in
Call and see the
In a letter to the Examiner this
week, E. K. Robinett says he is
getting along fine studying law at
the Kansas university. He says
the "bleeding" state will go strong
for Bryan and silver by a big ma
During October the Examiner
will go into the home of every resi
dent in Bear Lake county In
consequence of this its columns
will be especially valuable in ad
vertising fall and winter stock of
goods. The rates will be the same
as usual. Give this scheme for
advertising a trial.
Fuller's bus will be at all pas
senger trains. It will also call at
any house in town for the purpose
of taking passengers and trunks to
the depot. Charges reasonable.
Leave orders at gljyhle. office
r Agent Murnane's office lias been
undergoing a general change this
week. J. E. Green has been trans
ferred to Market Lake, E.
Stew art taking his place.
AV. J. Mallohi "
fTI. Seeker takes
Dent Gee succeeds
Ed Rich in the freight department.
The later leaves for Salt Lake to
to Fossil and J.
his place hen
morrow to prepare for his mission
An elegant line of men's, ladies
to and children's Woolen Hosiery at
the ! Hammond & Whitman's,
do- ■ word for it that you never bought
woolen hosiery as cheap as you can
to of us.
D. H. Bates, an individual of
many aliases, was arrested this
week for obtaining money under
falge pretenpeg , fhe judge fined
and him jf 52 which he paid and went
j hig wav _ The pchcme he worked
due , , . , , ,
not j waB to 8el1 an inhaler and agree to
j deliver a $2.50 dress pattern all
and ; for one dollar. Many about
an<i Bloomington were taken in and
the crook was making a harvest
when the officers heard of his work.
He skipped, but was caught at
Soda Springs. The Examiner
warns residents along the line of
the road to lookout for him.
New Designs in Lamps.
We have to arrive next week
the finest assortment of Lamps
that ever came to this city, indud
Sam. L. Lewis
Stock For Fall and Winter
Is larger and more beautiful than ever seen
before In Montpelier.
All of it new and of Latest styles
And we will sell it
Cheaper than any store in town.
Our new stock of dry
goods is immense.
Call and See.
G. C. GRAY. Cathiir.
S. B. THOMPSON, Preit.
F. L. LaltUE. Vice-Prest.
* BANK OF MONTPELIER. *
HOJITPEMER, I»AR >.
Capital Paid-Up Stock - - - $«0.000,
Paid on Time Deposits.
Incorporated in 1891 under the law t of the State of Idaho .
Corner of TOatMngton Bvc
la- 1 -ans lotb atrcct. -»-"Si
d. F. O'CONNOR. PROP.
G. S. Rogers & Son.
Are now Ready to do
House and Sign Painting
and Paper Hanging.
On Shortest Notice.
Nothing bat first class work done at Reasonable rates.
Office neut to A rcade Hotel, Montpelier.
THE ANCHOR SALOON,
Cartdes the Best
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Belmont Whiskey. Mardi Gras Cigars.
T. J. HARTMAN,
ing banquet, parlor, hanging, side
lamps and glass lamps, in plain,
decorated and nickel plated finish.
Also lanterns, lantern burners,
globes and wicks.
If you have an old lamp and
want it fitted come to us. We
carry extra shades, chimneys and
burners, in a great variety of sizes
4»Remember we carry the best.
Our prices speak for themselves.
A.11 we ask is an inspection of our
stock on arrival and you will be
(convinced. We can save you
money. Hammond & Whitman.
teffi r ÄÄ7/AKS: ;
•, Washington, d. C.. for their $1.800 prise offer !
and list of two hundred inventions wanted.
Who can think
of some simple
The new telephone line be
tween this city and Paris is now
in working order. Connection
Offices: Co-op Co. Burgoyn
& Brennan, M. Rosenbaum
Ovid; Paris Mer. Co. Paris.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
MONTPELIER, ; :
: : 1DAUC
ß. S. SPENCE,
MONTPELIEB, : : : IDAHO
District Attorney Fifth Judicial Dir
J A. BAGLEY,
Attorney at Law.
■Defenses in Criminal Cases
Attorney at Law<
Practices in all the Courts of Idaho.
: : IDAH(
Attorney at Law. I
BLACKFOOT - - - - llff I
Attorney at - Lax
Land Matters a Specialty.
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