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MONTPELIER EXAMINER
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VOL. 2.
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MONTPELIER, IDAHO. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1890
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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.
The Prices ar in reacli o! an.
SPBCIAD drive.
All our Cloaks at Cost.
We mean exactly what we say.
Inspect our large Line.
Our Slock of Furniture is Complete.
BURGOYNE.
■aocikl llnppemng;#).
Read Dr. Hoover special notice
in another column.
Claude Mills is home fiom school
io spend the holidays.
Old papeis for sale at this office
at 50 cents per hundred.
A larger variety of 5 cent soaps
than any store in the county at
Hoover's.
f /The coal man is in the hey-day
/A> f bis glorv during the present cold
heather.
Compare Emelle's work with
work you had done before and see
the difference.
.A .great deal of sickness is among
the children of this city, although
there are no serious cases.
All kinds of jewelry work done
at home and at reasonable rates at
Emelle's Jewelry store.
Just arrived. A new line of
Ladies', Misses and children shoes.
Latest styles. Burgovne & Bren
nan's.
Give the LaFlor dePorteundo 5
cent cigar a trial. You will never
regret it. At Hoovers drug .store.
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Several estray notices appear in
our columns this week. We are
looking for many more and they
will likely be published next week.
The Co-op. W. it M. Co., sole
agents for Common Sense bob
sleds, the old reliable make.
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Bringyour descriptionsof cstrays
and adveitise them in the Exami
Give those who have lost
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■ (heir stock a fair chance to find
■ them.
A complete stock of perfumes,
* „toilet articles, etc., at C. A. IIooverR.
Call and get prices.
Mr. and Mrs. French and child
B ren haye returned to their home,in
■ RexBurg. Charlie will enter on
B Ure duties of his new office Jani>
B*nry 11th.
Harrison Church, an old timer
B of Diamondville, died sudder.ly
B Sunday last of dropsy. No one
■ Was with him at the time. De
B Ceased was the first locator of the
B Diamondville coal fields, having
B taken them up twenty eight years
B ago. He had lived there- continu
B ally during all of *these years.
B-xfcHiiffit is »»own of his relatives.
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Awarded
Highest Honors—World's Fair,
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BAKING
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MOST PERFECT MADE.
pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
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Drugs at reasonable prices at ;
Golden Rule drug store. 20 J
The Examiner is the place to
publish estray notices.
Portland cutters, swell body cut
ters, at lowest prices at Co-op. W.
& M. Co. 38
Subscribe for the Examiner.
President Osmond of the Star
valley stake was in town a few
days this week.
Co-op. W. & M. Co., pays high
est market price for wheat and
oats. j 38
/ RpV. \ anUer Donckt held servi
çps in the Catholic church Tuesday
and Wednesday this week.
"Frog in your throat," is
breath perfume and a cough cure
10 cents. At Hoovers,
John Green anil daughter are
visiting in this city. Mr. Green
was formerly operator here.
See that case of silverwear novel
ties, no items over' 25 cents at |
Hammond & Whitman's.
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signed from the district bench.
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G. H. Stewart will succeed him.
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Judge Richards of Boise has re- S
Handkerchiefs, Mufflers and i
Neckties in latest styles at Ham-1
mond & Whitman's.
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The heavy fog this week has had
the effect of causing much sickness
in the city and valley. The fog is
caused by the lake not being frozen
over.
Tea Sets, Sugar and Cream Sets, Tea
Cu| s and Saucers, Salad dishes, beauti
ful China plates, Sauce dishes, Smoking
sets, Chocolate sets in beautiful desiurts
of chi
ware at Hammond A Wliit
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I/Misses Blanche Chapman, Ethel
■Hutchins and Irene Douglas are
home enjoying the holidaysjwith
their parents. They will remain
till after the first of the year.
Just received this week. One of
the finest lines of mens Neckties
and Bows. Latest style four-in
hand. If you want something
stylish for the holidays, we can
suit you.Hammond & Whitman.43
All persons/hdebted to the Ar
edde hotel/tre hereby notified to
call aniL/ettle on or before Janu
affy ^0897. All unpaid accounts
dû/Hiat date, will be put in (he
hands of a lawyer with instructions
to push same, no matter against
whom.
The Masons have about com
pleted arrangements for their ball
and banquet on the 28th. The
dance will be held in the opera
house and the supper will be gotten
up by Mrs. McCart. The affair
promises to be
all details. /
st elaborate in
ie efforts of Misses
Leonard a Christmas
provided for the little
folk s/of the Presbyterian Sunday
>ol on Monday evening ôt the
school building. Many presents
and much nic-nacs were distri
buted and all hearts present made
to rejoice.
Through
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Arthur Huff and wife
big friends in Montpelier.
The new officials take their office
the second Monday in Jaunary.
Wanted—Immediately a sack of wheat
bran m ' cho PI ,ed feed subscription at
this ° ffloe '
^ "'hi sell all of my Jewelry
stock below cost until sold. L
mean what I say. F. C. Hansen. 43
Residents of Logan are having
some little trouble with the A. C.
college in regard to their dances.
The Examiner will take potatoes,
eggs, butter, wood or anything else
you have that yyc can use on sub
scription. S
]\Uss A^nus South worth went to
Riytlngg Wednesday night, where
sl/e/vill visit her sister Mrs. Asehel
Osborne.
are visit
New York Dental Co. for fine'
Dentistry at prices that defy com
petition. Office at Golden Rule
drug store, Montpelier,
Several students from this
tion, who are attending college at
Logan, came home last week to
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«pend the holidays.
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Services will he held in the epis
copal church St. John's day. The
Masons will attend from the hall
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.in a body. Archdeacon Johnston
will preach the sermon,
Nothing is better than good
light. If you want a good Lamp
or an extra shade go to Hammond
Whitman's, they have them in
endless varieties.
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The new year's edition of the Ex
aminer is being completed rapidly
and will no doubt be issued Mon
day Jan. 4th 1897.
ad in it and several copies besides.
Thousands of pounds of winter
supplies are being hauled into the
Salt river valley for the winter.
However they expect to keep the
road open all winter.
You want an
The Logan Journal says: "Pres
annon, brother of
ideiyc Angus J
Ge/rge Q^fannon, was stricken
wnh a.
luden and serious illnesr
dboillg tabernacle services in Salt
Lake city a week ago, but is belter
now.
The entertainment given last
night, Thursday, by the students
of the uptown district, was a suc
The admission being free,
cess.
caused a large attendence, and the
entertainment was a credit to the
schoolars as well as the principal.
The Dillon Tribune go( out a
handsome holiday number this
week. It was made up of a des
cription of Dillon and the country
adjacent. Many handsome half
tone cuts adorn the edition besides
a large number of artistically ar
ranged ads.
The L. D. S. concert given Mon
day evening in the meeting house
was largely attended. The pro
gram was well rendered and ever
thing passed off pleasntly. A neat
was realized which was
sum
used to make many ckildc«» happy
Christ«»*/ _
D. T. DAVIS.
THE PIONEER
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ALL WORK KNOWN TO MONDERM DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER
FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER.
The best fruit and pound cakes at
City bakery
Our stock of wines and liquors
are pure and of best quality.
Prices reasonable. Riter Bros,
Drug Co.
Editor Caleb P. Davis of the En
terprise, died at Malad last week
after a long illness of typhoid
pneumonia. The deceased was a
ÿoiing änd unmarried. The 'Ex
aminer force tenders its sympathy
to the bereaved relatives.
Don't forget that taxes become
delinquent on the 2nd of January
after which a penalty amounting
to about twenty per cent will be
added. Assessor Winters will be
at the bank next Tuesday and
Friday to receive taxes on this
side>
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The streets of Montpelier have
been jammed with teams during
the week. People have been in
town from every section of the
country buying supplies. All of
the merchants report a good busi
ness and holiday stoexs are will
cleaned up.
Thus writes the editor of the
Belevue Leader: The other day as
we were laboriously running off one
side of our paper upon our double
back-action press, one of our friends
came in and Watched the process
awhile afid finally inquired: "Why
don't you buy a steam press and
save all that hard worn?" Why
don't Wfe start a national bank;
why don't we buy the Star mine;
why don't we raibe h—1 on four
dollars and a half. Running a
paper in this country is just as
profitable as peddling peanuts in
a graveyard:
Dr. Hoover, after years of i nces :
sant toil brought about by
ceedingly large practice, is going
east for a rest and to study for
three months in one of the famous
hospitals of thè United States. He
fcxpccts to leave about January
2Utb, and to that end is straigh
tening up his business affairs here
The drug store will be in charge of
Ed Hoover during his absence.
The Doctor has certainly earned
vacation and it is doubtful if any
physician in the west has attended
to the wants of so many people
scattered over such a large area as
he has and for so many years with
out scarcely a day's reEt. The best
wishes of the community will be
with him during bis sojourn.
To Loan—Plenty of money to loan
improved farm properly. None but
good loans desired. No commissions or
charges made until the loan is Secured.
Apply to T. L. OlStrn;
The "Trip through Jerusalem",
by Messes; M tiBser and Hyde at
the L. D. S. meeting house Wed
nesday night was slimly attended.
The entertainment consists of a
lecture illustrated by magic lantern
views on the holy land.
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The lee
an ex
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CO-OP. W. & M. CO
We are sole agents for
Common sense Bobs.
Fuller-warren Steel Ranges, Stoves,
Both Wood and Goal.
Heaters in Endless Variety.
WE HAVE THE LARGEST TTOCK OF
Portland, Swell Body and 8teel
CUTTERS
Tot be found rinywliere in Idulio.
Fur Coats, Robes, Horse blank
ets, Bells, etc.
.Our motto: Wo back what we sau.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
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ture by Mr. Musser is interesting
from beginning to end and the
views are magnificent being true to
life as the cities of Palestine are to
day. The evenings entertainment
was intersperced with singing by
Mr. Adams, who has an excellent
voice, and also with instrumental
music by Mh Hyde. An exhibi
tion of such merit deserves better
patronage than was accorded it
here, and those who missed the
treat have lost part the knowledge
obtainable in this life. The com
pany will give another entertain
ment Tuesday night.
We want you to call and see our
display of holiday goods even if
you do not wish to buy. It's the
handsomest ever Bhown hero and
the goods are unexcelled in quality.
Riter Bros Drug Co.
Fred Hansen's store -is head
quarters for fresh fruits, celery
cranberries, candies, bulk oysters
and all other delicacies. Call and
get prices.
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Chrtstmas Week.
The holiday week has been
a pleasant one. Great quan
tities of holiday goods were
sold by our merchants and all
little hearts and many big
ones have been made happy.
The pleasure part began
Monday night at the school
house uptown, gotten up by
Misses Crowel and Leonard
for their school children.
The same evening a Sunday
school concert was given in
the L. D. D. meeting house
by the children uptown. The
affair was splendidly given to
a good house;
Tuesday evening a dance
was given uptown.
Wednesday evening a stere
opticari show was given in the
L. D. S. meeting house.
Thursday nigh t iff
house the pubT"^
town gave a cq
The same nig
If. gave their annual masquqr
i4de ijithe opera house. Al
thdligh not so largely attend
ed as former ones, ail present
had à good time.
This same night ailso a
Christmas tree was had at thé
Presbyterian church for the
benefit of Sunday school
Scholars:
Christmas day a childrens
party was given in the L. D.
S. meeting house and in the
evening the annual ball was
held there, both of which were
largely attended.
All of the events passed off
pleasantly and were immense
ly enjoyed by our citizens.
It is doubtful that a more
merry making Christmas week
has ever been witnessed in
Montpelier.
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Brennan
General Merchandise, Grain, (
Lumber, Lime and Farn Product
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Mail Orders receive prompt at
tention
MoiitpeliëFj Idaho#
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iVoumin Mills.
Bëutler dte MInnite,
All sizes and kinds of mouldih
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(iriot Orders Promptly Filled. Correspondencè
Post Office Address,
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Solicited.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO:
Mills at Nounau.
Why go to Paris to make final
proof when it can be done properly
in my office R. 8, Spehfcè' 1»
It is a fact worthy of notice, that
8. P. Ernellc the Jeweler turns out
his repairs in a workmanlike man
ner. AH work guaranteed.
Mose Lewis, the Leader, has sold
more Capes, Jackets and ladies
wraps than any other store in
town. Thio shows his prices and
goods are right. Special drive in
Ladies and children's shoes from
now till Christmas. The finest of |
linens, toweling, etc., in
ier to select from. Call and see. 38 !
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Montpcl-|
ESTRAY COLUMN.
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Notires under this head will
be $1.50 for cattle and $1.00 for
horses per head.
I have in my po,scion the following
described animal.
One red cow al.out 4 year, old, branded '
"T (Cron with half circle over it) oil
T left rib,, half crop off one ear and
over ,lit out of the other, lia» a tucking
calf about. ,ûr month » old.
, If not claimed tit the expiration of 60
day, from date, »ante will be *old accord
tug to Etlray law.
Jacob Strauhbai r,
Montpelier.
Dated Dec. 14, IS9C.
I have i * my poster »ion the folloviug
described ai.imul:
One lau hover a ho
'ir.d l*7i on
hind fool white.
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it 7 year, old, brand
the left ehoutder, left
ed
3K
If not claimed at the expiration of GO j
day, from di le ,ame t*iU be told accordi g I
Io Eetray law.
Mr, Mary J. McCm.mon.
Georgetown , Dec. 17, '96.
I have in my possession the f (filou ing
described animals:
One 3-year old cow branded O U on left
rib,.
Que brockled face heifer caff branded
O tf on left rib», Wottk wafer, join. No
ear mark».
If not claimed at the_ex£iratim
Dr. J. Schefstad
DENTIST.
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Crown, Biitlge Work and Plate will
Specialty. High grade work a'
lq« eut price«. No charge
for Examination.
In Cottage next to Ifùnlèr lions..
Montpelier, Idaho.
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