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londay, J 1 uesday, | 2 fednes.,. / 8 15 22 9 16 23 3 10 17 24 c< Moon's ^ -Phases: - à NEW MOON. I_1ST\_ / FIRST QUAR 9TH . (full MOON '_1 TT H. (LAST QUAR. £ 23TH. hursday >. 4 11 18 25 riday, aturday, 6 13 20 27 1 7 14 21 28 % S 5 12 19 26 unday, ü TIME TABLE U. P. R. R. Depart* 7:16 a m Arrives 7 a m IS: IS a m 1S:S0 a m S, East Bound, . t, West Bound, WE A THER SIGNALS. [O. 1 Fair weather. fo 2 Hain or snow o 3 It Local rain or snow No 4 Temperature flag A 5 Cold wave iretation of S'gnalt. a, indicates fair weather. ire. rain or snow, un or K enow, No. fair weather, I No. 1, with NoT^Sf ■ fair weather, colder. No. 2, with 4 above it, ! I or snow, warmer, . No. 2, with No. 4 below it, indicates I min or snow, colifer. I No. 3. with No(4 above it, indicates I local rain or enow, warmer. A No. 3, with Nil 4 below it, indicates I Tonal rain or sn shv, colder. |i Vo. 1, with' No. 5, indicates fair ^WatheJLçftM'wave. ,} NV. J with o No. 5, indicates wet ' weatlieScold wave. ■ Flag store. I i tes tirâtes tes rain le at eorner of Riter Bros. Drug Dr. E. F. Guvon, Disp'ayman. \ S* Local News. The laml trouble on Thomas Folk has been satisfactory settled. McTntosh made a flying trip J'aclffoot Saturday night, re I ing Monday morning, jj^rfumeries that surpass any ing ever brought to Montpelier in be.»had at Riter Bros. Drug Co. 50 I The Preston papers are kicking ise a'fake minstrel show from ^1 that town one day n to< '.\ tMtt. hegt coal. Rod Fork coa ' s ar MU Ba.rett, offic ti tic. I ■[, did not arri^ H^orning, therefoA Bod a day. Evei lipving along nicelf "glass you wish ca| it Riter Drug store.! in says the Prov Parted last Monday S accepting the terms ^managers. t paints and oils of it quality at Riter \ ,WI th< Ol 50 Bri Ätoner and family are UpsiThome in Maryland, several weeks. VI SI They wiU ; The vilAtins dance given in meeting house last gone 'j the L. I »-tfonday gening was largely at Wided aid a splended time Beit quality and prices t0 ILinimond & was V id. hose! Shooes! Come thoes! 1 see thenew line of Children s [lies andfjCient's Shoes, just re red* the lines, (man. $ D. L. Badley, who is canvassing this section for the Standard Cabi net, is meeting with great success. But then it is not to be wondered at for the Cabinet is a household necessity being compact, conven ient and cheap. I will sell all of my Jewelry stock below cost until sold. I mean wHatlsay. F. C. Hansen. 43 The attendance at the Knights of Pythias entertainment to-morrow night, will of necessity be limited as the mem bers can only invite one friend each. It is expected that there will be about thirty guests with their ladies, together with the Knights and their ladies mak ing in all about one hundred and twenty people. A rich discovery of gold is repor ted in the neighborhood of Ran dolph, but the locators desire to "keep the matter quiet" as in all such cases. That's right, boys» dig deep and then give positive in formation.—News Register. You can get the purest wines and liquors at Hoover's Drug Store. The Bloomington Dramatic as sociation presented "Tried and True" to a large audience at the opera house Saturday evening. The players acquitted themselves with credit and those present much enjoyed the play. The same com pany will present this play at Din gle next Saturday evening. We sell stoves on the inetall 50 ment plan at the Co-op. W. & M Co. 48 Everbody who desires to make money purchasing goods should take advantage of Sam Lewis' clearing sale now going on at the Fair. Everything in the house will be sacrificed to make room for the spring stock. Shoes, dress goods, Clothing' Jackets and Capes, in fact everthing at one-half lormeÿ prices. Call and be convinced that this cu| sale is genuine. SO Marshall Malone's dog won't eft poisoned meat as was demonstrated last week, when some individq&l dropped a tempting piece of vial cutlet, charged with strychnine* into Mike's back yard. The ca nine simply looked at the meat and then howled "yon are wrong." He has been poisoned twice before, but timely help saved him. We are closing out our stocK of Mens, Ladies and children's woolen Under Clothing, and in so doing we have cut our prices down to al most nothing. Now is your chance to get the best woolen goods at first cost. Hammond & Whit man. |||| t No oneTTvTn g in Montpe has cause for regret. The writer visited Ogden, Park City, Evans ton and other towns last week and at all of them, times are reported exceedingly dull. From appear ances this city is in better shape than any town in the west and its prospects are equally as bright. Times mav be quiet here, but if so, then other towns are dead indeed, 50 "'"■''Phr-ladlw of" , tinr"'ETpiscopal church have changed the djite of their dance from the 22nd to the 24th. This was done to ayoid hav ing a party down town on the same night as the one given uptown. The tickets have been placed at $1 each not including supper. Supper will be served on the stage of the opera house at very low prices. All are invited to come and enjoy themselves as a good time is promised everyone. Drugs at reasonable prices at Golden Rule drug store. The Co-op. W. A M. Go., made the largest shipment of stoves to j Bear Lake this winter ever record ed. The second oar of Stewart ] Steel Ranges arrived a few days a g 0 and are going like hot cakes. Call and see'this elegant line. 26 48 D. T. DAVIS. THE PIONEER * * DENTIST. WORK KNOWN TO MONDERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PER FORMED. CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. Several of Montpelier's young bloods got into an altercation this week in which guns and other dangerous weapons were used. Two of them are now "doing time," while the other dug up $22 for the county treasury. The Examiner refrains from mentioning names owing to the prominence of these young men's parents. However, we won't always be a« lenient, so be careful. Dr. Schefstad, the dentist will he in Star Valley from the 22nd of February, till the first of March. The committee on county lines made a majority report, recom mending that the bill to add part of Fremont county to Bingham be indefinetly postponed. A minority report was made by Morgan, recom mending the bill as amended be passed. He said there were geo graphical difficulties confronting the people in Fremont county in getting to the county seat. Rigly added his protest to the proposed bill and the vote taken upon the adoption of the minority report was beaten by 11 to 36. Portland cutters, swell body cut ters, at lowest prices at Co-op. W. & M. Co. A is , , 1 his session has now progressed far enough for an intelligent ob server to pick out the leaders in of the House and Senate. The Senate! is an exceptionally strong body,; v and among the strongest memberei ^ are Rich. Barnum, Ballentine Blaine, Nelson. Davis and Pierce! The House has some very ahld men, and among its leaders a J Fenn. McCarty, Hamer, Perkins,! Rice, Briggs and Elder. These are - by no means the only strong men in either body, bnt they nre in ♦l.p front ranks'and are among-Rs most eloquent and useful members. _g a lk Litke Tribune _ 51 38 ,*The members of Walnut Camp No. 167, Woodman of the World, and their invited guests, met in the opera bouse last Thursday night for an evening's enjoyment. The entertainment committee had provided an attractive program of singing, speaking, etc., the same nig with a delightful lunch, r ead, - chu t e i ng-wi tTTn? dulged in and several hours pleas ure was the chief amusement for COl fter the all present. The affair is voted one of the finest ever given in Montpelier and the members of this giant young order are to be congratulated. Several applica tions will be handed in at the I next meeting as a result of the ad- 1 vantages ot the order explained at] Thursday night's entertainment. ! ***% K The CO-OP. W. & lit. CO Hü 0/ M i Have a word to say to the people of Bear Liike * ABOUT STOVES. Why buy stoves HÜ ! \b From outside when you-can save i From $20 to $25 by buying from WE ARE NOW SELLING RANGES AT REDUCED PRICES. Hü us • * * it/ We are buying All the Wheat and Oats we can get and pay ing the highest prices for same, and all other farm products. W. Thus we say, come and see your friends before making HÜ any purchases in the hardware line. m * d/ d/ Ï WE GUARANTEE . . . m * me Stewart steel Ranee A m \ii Made by the Fuller-Warren company to be the Best ^ . Steel range ever offered to the Bear Lake public. All our cast stoves at cost for 10 days. S Harness, Hardware, Nails, Dootii, sash ^ ifi Building paper at lowest pi/ces. jjj S Our motto: We back what we **.. ^ * * Come and be convinc 5V J. D. FIFE. MANAGER. ywlirself. MONTItELft-R BRANCH tfc i Mr BUNTING FAILS. A SENSATION AT BLACK FOOT. Liabilities Placed at $200,000. All will be Paid. A special to the Statesman from BlacKfoot says: The l.irge banking and mercantile institution of C. Bunting & Co., in busi ness at Blackfoot and Dubois, closed today under an attachment of the First National bank of Pocatello. The hirst National bank of Poca tello, of which M r. Bunting is_president is safe, it being in nowise connected with the Blackfoot bank. Heavy withdrawals caused the fail ure. The habilit es are placed at from $150,000 to $200,000 and the announce ment is made that in time depositors will probably be paid in full. In the attached bank is $53,000 of the county funds and $9000 of state money. The withdrawal of $22,000 of the state funds on the 13th was the immediate cause of the bank's collapse. Judge Standrod has appointed C. E. Thum of Blackfoot and L. A. Pyke of Dubois as receivers. Thum takes charge of the bank, while Pvke will 1 ok after the closing up of the mercantile and other business. The assets are large, bat the value is doubtful. It is repoited the bank holds $90,000 of B ingham county warrants, fTT**. ... .... v Wm. Hull struck ^ oken ra, ' near ? n ° rder Cur day morn,n S' rhe e "g ine T'o or three cars passed over safe ly ' but the fol!owin * twenty-eight loads We,,t intl> the ditch ' amaäh ' lng of the cars into kindling wood; , Moat of the loade were coa1 ' **"> »*»«* or three of ^merchandise and one of beer. "•»" ■*»«» ,JU,t ' " «* marka , ble th,n » considering the ex tent of the wreck. No. 2 laid in Ulis city from 7 a. m., till 2 p. m. waiting for the track to to be cleared. No damage was done the rofcd bed, the care having piled up onlone side of the track as if being upiet off the rails, No blame is attached to anyone as the accident was unavoidable. The wreck is beipg cleared away this week, but »«rtrains have been delayed since Saturday at 2 p. m. V\ as Subscribe Foi* fhe Examiner Burgoyne AND Brennan DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Grain, Lumber, Lime and Farn Produce Mail Orders receive prompt at tention. « Montpelier, Idalio* HE Nounan Mills. Beutler <Ss Minnlg;, /Dbanufacturers of Xumber. All sizes and kinds of mouldings., Extra long timbers a • specialty . Car lot Orders Promptly Filled. Correspondence Solicited. Post Office Address, MONTPELIER, IDAHO. Mills at Nounan. 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 Oorntt of WUfblnqton »*« ■»no totb ftrcct. S n (o' ï s § HE . . U \ 1 Palace Saloon. k \ ■Q: & » § d. F. O'CONNOR, PROP. II 11 finest Mines, liquors ant> Cigars. MONTPELIER. IDAHO. THE ANCHOR SALOON, CaFFies the Best IWines, Liquors and Cigars* Belmont 'Whiskey. Mardi Gras Cigars. T. J. HARTMAN.