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MONTPELIER EXAMINER.
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VOL. 2.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1890.
NU.
TOYS!
The largest Stock ever shown
in Montpelier.
New Novelties in every line.
The best way to judge it is to
call and see the display.
me Prices are in reacn 01 an.
SPECIAL DRIVE.
All our Cloaks at Cost.
We mean exactly what we say.
Inspect our large Line.
B13 BURGOYNE.
f
t.oenl llnppemnKN.
Dr. Travis, the magnetic healer,
is at the Hunter House.
A larger variety of 5 cent soaps
than any store in the county at
Hoover's.
Sidney Duncan helped out the
Lx am ini: it force a couple of days
this week.
Compare Emelle's work
work you had done before and
the difference.
Leave your orders for fresh
Bread, Pies and Cakes at Hansens.
Orders delivered.
j f Senator J - C, Rich has gone to
//Boise to.appear in a case before
the Supreme court.
All kinds of jewelry work done
at home and at reasonable rates at
Emeile's Jewelry store.
The County commissioners will
meet on the 14th instead of the
12th as stated last Week.
Just arrived. A new' line of
Ladies'; Misses and children shoes.
Latest styles. Burgoyne <fc Bren
nan'si
Mayor Murnane arrived home
from Colorado last night. He had
a glorious time while away, but is
glad to get back.
We carry a complete stock of
Heinz's sour pickles, chow cliowsJ
relishes, sweet pickles, etc. HamJ
mond & Whitman's.
. When you buy a stove of us you
get it 20 per cent, cheaper than any
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see
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s'
1er will
per
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■a residents of
f welcome the recent eut in the
♦ jirice of eoal. B fS how $4.75
yton for lump and $4.25 for nut.
Vr
The Cottage restaurant under
it s new management is the place
a first-class nasal. Give
them a call. Mrs. E. R. Taylor,
proprietress.
The bath room at the pump
house lias lately been remodelled
and fitted up iri fin« style. Baths
can be had at all hours for a small
sum. Give it a trial.
t
Already costumes , are being
made for the Railway Firemen's
dance, which occurs on Dec. 24th
at the opera house. The event
promises to be largely attended by
people from all over the country. '
Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
Da
«wir
" fDFAM
BAKING
P 0 WD 1 R
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pule Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
nom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 V EARS THE STANDARD.
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Drugs at reasonable prices at
Gojrlen Rule drugstore,
e The thaw again this week has
Stxrncil ijm streets into mud.
Co-op. W. & M. Co., pays high
est market price for wheat and
oats.
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/Business on the road is heavier
his month than at any time this
if.
Try an order for Bread, Pies,
Cakes and all baker's goods at
HanSen'g.
"Frog in your throat," is a
breath perfume and a cough ctirej
10 cents. At Hoovers.
Give the LaFlor dePorteundo 5
You will never
regret it. At Hoovers drug store.
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cent cigar a trial.
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Archdeacon Johnston will hold
service in the Episcopal church to
morrow, Sunday, at the usual
hourp.
D. C. Stuart. Jr., has received a
large consignment of toys for the
holiday trade. See his new ad in
another column.
Get the best coal. It don't cost
itny more thari the common kind.
Diamondviile is the best and Joe
Fuller is the agenti
Senator Shoup, wife and daugh
ter went east Sunday. Mrs. W, E.
Borah accompanies them east for
medical treatment.
^ New York Dental Co. for fine
Dentistry at prices that defy com
Gffle« at. Golden Rule
It
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Otto Deb
Nebraska, has opened a shoj
Hansen's store. He will keep
hand bread, pies and cakes of all
descriptions. Give him a call.
Just received, an immense line
of t)ry 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 largest and best stock of
drugs in Southeastern Idaho,
found at Riter Bros. Drug Co. A
specialty of filling large orders.
Our stock of Christmas goods this
year will be exceptionally fine and
our prices will he very tow. Give
us a call.
We confidently believe we have
the most elegant line of china and
cjueensware, glassware and crock
ery ever seen in Bear Lake. It is
just opened and we want you fo
Call and see it for yourself. The
prices are astonishers too, for
cheapness. Hammond & Whit
man.
During the first nine months of
1896, the Short Line has earned
over $1,000,000 above
At the same time expenses have
been cut to the loWest possible
point. The managers are running
the road for what there is in it
strictly. The segregation will take
place between January 1st and
February 1st.
t: of
! in
on
can
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expenses.
The railway west of 1 Huntington
is blockaded with snow Friday's
No. 2 was the fust train out'of
o.. a „„ f , , , , ' 01
vregm to. two uays. It was many
hours late.
Portland cutters, swell body cut*
ters, at lowest prices at Co-op. W
& M. Co.
A new engine number 1425 i
pected ill a few days.
Hull gets it.
A complete stock of perfumes,
toilet articles, etc., at C, A. Hoovers.
Call rind get prices.
Robt. MoAuley, of Rock springs,
has been sizing up Montpelier for
a weeK past with a view of locat
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is ex
Engineer
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Marcus Daly, the Montan
a cop
per King, passed through Mont
pelier, F-r iday morning in his
Pedal ear going east,
-
The members of Enterprise
lodge, I. O. O. F. elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing term
last Wednesday evening. N. Gn
Ed Purtill; V. G., J. H. Pierson;
Sec., H. H. Hoff; treas, Wm Hull;
trustees. J. O. McCart; Chas. Hoff
and M. J. Ontep.
See our stock of Christmas goods.
It is the largest ever shown here.
The line consists of doll baby
liages, boy's wagons, carts, sleds,
etc.
car
The prices are right. Call at
Nielsen's Furniture Co. and
them.
see
Dr. Schefstad, the dentist, is
turning out the finest plates;
bridge and crown Work, etc.,
seenin Mohtpelier. If you have
call - a - hi nt in
rer's
ever
uen.„, „ ,
new office next door to IIoo
store.
a letter to the Examine«
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his new office next door to IIoo
drug store.
In a letter to the Examine«
week J, j. Fen hell Stated he
holding a job under S. 8. Morris,
formerly on the short line, but
trainmaster of the Colorado mid
land. Hr. and Mrs. Fennell
now living at Colorado City, Colo.
I his office has been overwhelmed
with inquiries concerning the
boy wanted" ad. which appeared
iu last week's paper. Almost every
precinct in the valley having sent
in a request for the position. Ver
ily it pays to adyertize in the Ex
aminer.
We are very much pleased to
learn that the "Parlor Phôto Ca!r"
has come to stay a while with
Knowing that they do the best
work in the latest styles and
sonable prices.
necessary, they will begin wefrk
about the 10th.
they will be rushed with Christ^
mas worK.
now
are
us.
rea
Owing to repairs
Be on time for
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When it comes to Elegant Lamps
our stock is without a rival in
Idaho. Banquet, vase, stand, gloss,
hanging, and side lamps. Lamp
shades in endless variety. Lan
terns and globes, and in fact
any
extras you may need irt this line.
Our prices on these goods especi
ally commend themselves and all
we ask is an inspection. Hain
moi * 4 & Whitman.
D. T. DAVIS.
THE PIONEER
* * DENTIST.
.-IX./, WORK KSOWN TO HONOURS DENTISTRY SUCCESSEUR!. Y PER
FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER.
Holiday Presents.
Utah, Michigan and Idaho, Apples,
ARE THE BEST.
TOYS,
DOLLS *
CANDIES.
CUTLER 1.
NUTS,
NOTIONS and TOILET ARTICLES, Etc,
Jews Harps, Harmonica's, Clappers, Flageo
lets, Accordéons and Harmonetts.
POPCORN
The above articles are sold at D. G. Stuart's cheap
er than any place in the City .
All kinds of Meats at Lowest
Prices.
D. C. Stuart, Jr., Montpelier.
Needed Reforms
Eoitob Examines:
The members elect to the legislature
f from this county feel they have been
honored by their constitutents, arid
realize the peop'e expect their best
effo ts to secure such legislation as will
grant needed relief in matters effecting
their welfare and prosperity. Oljef
among the reforms expected, in (Bite
a fid county affairs, are reduction infex
cessive fees and salaries, to
able basis, that the burdens of taxatlN»
may tie lessoned and exorbitant public
expenditures made impossible under
the law. The next greatest, question
that ought to be settled is that, of the
preservation of our ranges and the tax
ing cf the transient horses, cattle and
sheep that are now dumped upon Our
ranges from all the surrounding States.
T housands of head, and from which we
hitherto haye absolutely received neith
er revenue nor protection. I under
stand Utah, Nevada and Wyoming have
laws governing iri these matters, while
our state has nothing to prevent
P uhIit domain, from tmr door yard, to
our '««"ntain tops from being a public
,ora * in f all comers and a
caln l l of desolation to the actual settler,
I know of no question concerning the
prosperity Of our people and that of the
state of iriore pafainortrit importance
thari this subject. Our public domain
is the joint property of the state and
general goverhient and great tare will
have to be taken in farming a bill that
will stand the legal battles that will be
waged upon it by the pirates of
fange«, lienee the legislature will un
dönbtedly bring to their aid the best
legal talent obtainable in- safely legis
lating on this matter,
demands a settlement and I believe the
legislatnre will settle it. I
therefore suggest to the leading men of
every precinct in Bear Lake county to
immediatly draw up petitions to the
legislature covering thee« (glint's, and
have them Signed as unaniitiou.-ly
possible, and ready to forward
members in the legislature e iriy in the
Session, and I think all the counties will
Co operate in this action and
a reafcn
our
our
Self preservation
would
as
your
your re
presentatives will do all in their power
to secure the needed relief. Care
should be taken in drawing the peti
tions to cover the gl-hCral term 8 ock,
not sheep alone as the • legislature is
i i>rolriljtfsJ^h
legislation.
the cnacti
PO-QP. W.
Common sense Bobs.
__—_______If
Fuller-warren Steel Ranoes, sms,
Both Wood and Coal.
Heaters in Endless Variety.
WE HAYE THE LARGEST TTOCK OF
Portland, Swell Body and Steel
CUTTEKS
-a™ *
*10 b« found uuy where 1» Idaho,
Fur Coats, Robes, Horse blank
ets, Bells* etc*
Our motto: Wo back what we say.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
i-lpONTPELJER^^IDAHo! CO-Op. W< & M. CO
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We are sole agents for
county can have their way they will
elect a United States senator on the
first ballot secure the legislation
indicated or on those lines* adjourn and
coine home.
as
ff— Yours Very Respectfully,
/ J. 0. Rich.
At Rinehart it Co's Parlor I'hottf
Car. They are prepared to do the
finest work ever shown in this
place. Call early for Christmas
work. They will be open about
thi
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Y. M. M. I. A. Appointments.
The regular annual meeting of the Y.
M. M. I. A. will tie hell at:
Montpelier, Thursday, Dec. 10th
7 p. m.
Bloomington, .Sunday, Dec. 13th., at 7
p m.
Meadow ville and Round Valley, Mon
day, Dec. J-tth., at 7 p
Randolph, 3 iiesdav, Dec. lötli., at 7 p,
at
. III.
m.
Woodruff; Wednesday, Dec. loth.; at
7 p. m.
Lakelown, Tliti/Sduy; Dec 17th.; at
7 p. in.
Harden City and Kish Haven; Friday
Ded. 18th , at 7 p, in.
l'fcris 1st. and 2nd. wards, Saturday,
Dec. itltli.; tit 7 p iri.
Liberty arid Lanark, Sdriday, Dec.
20th , at 7 p. m.
Ovid and Bern, Monday, Dec. 21st,
ut 7 p. m.
Nounati, Tuesday, Dec. 22nd., at 7
p nt.
Georgetown and Pennington, Tues
day, Dee. 22nd., at 7 p. m.
I'regton and Dinglo, Wednesday, Dec.
23rd., at 7 p, in.
All are invited to attend and
pecialty request the bishops to
their ihflriénèe tri have a full attend
ance of all the people of the ward that
we may have their assistance in select
ing Ui« best talent
officers.
....
use
they hav3 for
Respectfully,
" ilff im My mas,
/rihn A. Bagley,
Alfred Budge,
per
* J. M. Phelpi,
Corresponding Secretary.
The rnost beautiful line of lamj s
er brought to Montpelier. Sie
AND
Brennan
bËÀLÉRê
General Merchandise, Grai
Lumber* Lime and Farn Produ
n,
Mail Orders receive prompt
tentions
a
Idah
THE
Nounan Mills.
Beutler «Äs Mlniilg.
All sizes arid kinds of moulding!
Extra long timbers a
4 Specialty «
Car lot Orders Promptly Filled. Corresponden
Post Office Address,
Solicited.
MONTPELIER, IDAH
ai Nounan,
Why go to Paris to make final:
proof when it can be done properly
in my office R. S. Spence
li
It is rt fact Worthy of noflc'è, that
P. Emelle the Jeweler turns out
his repairs in a workmanlike
AH work guaranteed.
man
oi
ner.
Mose Lewis, the Leader, has sold
more Capes, Jackets and ladieS
wraps than any other store in
town. This shows his prices and
goods are light, special drive ïn
Ladies and children's shoes from
now till Christmas. The finest of
linens, toweling, etc., in Montpel
to select from. Call and see. 38
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Mail* arriytf j
Montpelier as follow», tboElfllPHf
with a * being daily except Sunday
and those marked with f Tuesdays
Wednesdays and Saturdays
; £*« k
bfngle, 12 a. in. fp m
Notices under this head
be $1.50 for cattle and $1.00 for
horses per head. *
m.
a. in.
Glia.. Hammond,
l'< etmniter.
ESTRAY COLUMN.
will
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I have in my pnsseni&n tki
described animal.
One l ivO'
branded O
blotched brar
year-old Hack
S o,t left I, ip and i.eloiA
d. Woitie toe
Ear mark, under hàlj bit eae& t
If not claimed at the expira
rtay * ■f'JMdate, tame till be
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nd
try
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Hin
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DENTIST.
Crown, Biidgo Work and Plate
Specialty. High grade work at
lowest prices. Nocharg*
tor Examination.
worl
In Cottage next to Hontet flousi
Montpelier , Idaho.
JOE FULLER,
BARÖRR.
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MONTPELIER, : :
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BTAILOH.
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