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ms r\ / MONTPELIER EXAMIN i VOL,. 3. MONTPELIER, IDAHO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1897 NO» 6* PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fi. A. HOOVER, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Montpelier. IDAHC D U. E. PHYSICIAN F. GUYON, and SURGEON. Oftice, over Ttiter Bros. Drug store. Montpelier. Idaho. jy*. e. k. McKenzie, Physician & Surgeon. Also prepared to scientifically gt «lasses. Olfice at Hoover's Drug store. MONTPELIER, IDAHO |)OUGLAS 1IIX, Attorney -tit - Law Land Matters a Specialty. GEORGETOWN, Idaho R. S. SPENCE, Attorney-at-Law. Montpelier, : : : idaho ^LFRED BUDGE, Attorney-at-Law. District Attorney Fifth Judicial Dis trict. > Paris, Idaho. A. BAGLEY, J. Attorney at Law. Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality, MONTPELIER IDAHO. rp L. GLENN, Attorney fit LnW. Practices in all the Courts of Idaho. MONTfELIER, : : IDAHi E. CHALMERS, E. Attorney at Law. BLACKFOOT - - IDAHO. Dr. J. Sehefstad, DENTIST. Crown, Biiilge Work and Plate works Specialty. High grade work at lowest prices. No charge (or Examination. In Cottage next, to Hunter House. Montpelier , Idaho . JOE FULLER, BARBER. M ONTPELIER, : : ^JHAS? SCHMID, THB TAILOR. MONTPELIER, : • IDAHO IDAHO Imported and Domestic Suitings oft hand. Good fits guaranteed, All or ders promptly attended to. Give me trial HELLO CENTRAL! The new ^telephone line be tween this city and paris is now in working order. Connection at Ovid. Bates Reasonable. Offices: Uo-op O- B ur goyn fa Brennan, M. Rosenbaum Ovid; Paris Mer. Ch< Paris. M XL FURNITURE! Yes. A carload just received. ^3 Next week ^3 We will quote you a few eye openers in prices, space. ^3 Watch this Our ^3 Stock ^3 Includes everything in the Furniture Line and it is direct from the factory. CALL AND SEE IT. ^3 =23 ^3 ED. BURGrOINE, ^3 ^3 5^ a MONTPELIER, IDAHO. E LOCAL NEWS. Items about Montpelier and the County. W. N. B. Shephercfwent to Salt Lake Friday. Dr. Guyon was in Salt Lake business last week. on Mrs. Thos. Douglas is visiting her daughter, Irene, in Salt Lake. Try the "Perfect" Baking Pow der. 1 Shoes for men, ladies and chil dren. We carry the most plete line and at the lowest prices. Remember the best is always the genest. Hammond & Whitman. Jolly Joe Jones of Montpelier spent yesterday in Logan. He called here on his way home from Salt Lake.—Journal. com ch RuEber boots for men, boys, youths and child) en. Buy the best, we handle them. Rubbers in heel and spring heel. Hammond & Whitman. 6 Try the celebrated "Perfect" Baking Powder. Satisfaction and purity guaranteed or your money refunded. Burgoyne & Brennau 1 Ex-CommisBioner L. P. Nielsen left Friday morning for about three weeks yisit to California business. He will take in the con ference on his way. Try a bottle of Riter Bros. Beef Iron and Wine. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Leverich were in from Georgetown this week. The Examiner acknowl edges a pleasant call. Miss j-Cthcl Hutchins has arrived home from Salt Lake where she has been at school during the past winter. LOST. Between Hoover's Drug Store and the depot a box of Mo lasses Nuggets. The finder is entitled to keep the property. 6 Buy your paints, oils, varnishes, window glass, etc., of Riter Bros Drug Co. State warrants are selling at 97. It is unusual for The price to get down so low so soon after the meet ing of the legislature. There has generally been a drop later on, but it is a new experience to have the paper discounted at this etage of the game.—Statesman. Pure wires and liquois at Riter Bros. Drug Co. on 3 3 It is understood that the blame for the accident at Green River last week was put on the Short Line crew and of course they will suffer for it. However, the boys of the latter do not thinK the findings are just and in consequence their minds are free and their conscience clear on the subject. ^lere is something worth remem /ering. We will exchange any of Lur drugs, cigars, or candies at any, \nd all times for gold, silver o tf grh^nbacKs. Hoover's Drug Store! nington outfitted Wed^ nesday with supplies for working the Nounan mine. The main tun nel will be pushed in forty feet farther in hopes that the main vein will be tapped. The ore so far taken from this property has been exceedingly rich and the out look for a big paying proposition is flattering. Mrs. A. F. Rayphale wishes to announce to her many patrons that she is again in Montpelier and prepared to accommodate all with the latest styles in dress mak ing. Perfect fit guaranteed and work unexcelled. Now located in Paul Jensens residence on Wash ington avenue. Several local men are talking of organizing a company to develop some ciaims on the Nounan copper belt. The intention is to form a regular stock company and issue stock with which to develop the property. The belt is one of the most promising in the country and a move of this kind will assist largely in developing the same. We hope to see several of the com panies organized. Subscribe for the Examiner, Did f Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair* DR vWCfir JL CREAM BAKING POKMR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ( A. T. Shane, formerly of this city was a candidate for town trustee of Idaho Falls at yesterday's election. Charley Brown sold two more DeLavel seperators this week. The dairymen of the valley are begin ning to see that this little machine is an absolute necessity, if they want to compete with progressive farmers. yXSome mathmetician has figured* rant that at least $3,000 in cash has left this county in the last week for Salt Lake. We thing the estimate entirely too low. And wet there are some people who Snder why times are so hard. For a couple of weeks past Pres ident Wilford Woodruff" has been quite poorly' in health, and is still confined to his room. We are pleased to state, however, that he is improving, and to unite in the desire felt by all the Saints that he will recover speedily to perform in comfort and with his accustomed vigor the manÿ duties devolving upon him.—Deseret News. wi The governor has not yet ap pointed the members of the medi cal board. There are not many ap plicants, and it seems to be the understanding that those who are anxions to get the place are not the kind who should be selected. It is a singular fact that some men who openly or covertly fought the bill to the end are aspirants for ap pointment as members of the board.—Statesm an. At a meeting of the regents one of the interesting things developed was that the old beard had drawn $630 of the $1500 appropriation for payment of the expenses of the regents during this tefm. The members are a little vexed over the matter. The appropriation is $500 less than that of two years ago, and they do not see how they can get through on what is left. We are prepared to take that wood on subscription either sawed into blocks 12 inches long or in the log. Bring either one and get credit therefore. The Examiner has received a letter from Emil Vaterlaus in which he denies all the charges made against him by the Post. The communication is to long for publication, but the substance is that he was injustly accused by the Post. We know nothing of the matter and give bis statement as sent to us. (H A ■Mpi The Dingle Dramatic Co., played ''Turn of the Tide" to a good sized audience at the opera house Fri day night. It iR only just to them to say that, for the most part, they did splendid. The lines were well committed and everything passed off smoothly. Their presentation was all the more remarkable when it is known that this is the first time most of the members have ever tried stage playing. A one act farce followed the play. Mr. Sehefstad and Mrs. Underwood furnished excellent music. Every farmer and, for that mat ter, every man in the county ought to read the article in to-day's Examiner on the fourth page, en titled "Idaho Coffee, if all the article states is true, that a new element has been found to help make Idaho famous. It is particularly adapted to arid sec tions and agld weather don't effect it.-Colorado is -'experiméTitlng with it now and the results will be closely watched. y45uir valley people are figuring /n a telephone line from this city to that section. Bishop Law, who is now in Salt Lake, will get esti mates on the cost of construction, instruments, etc., and as soon as spring opens work will be com menced. This line indeed has long been needed and we have no doubt it will be a big paying ven ture. Montpelier business men will be asked to subscribe for stock In the linq and no doubt they will readily take hold of it. f THie trains from the east were' It means, clayed mote than 36 hours Thurs lay and Friday by severe storms in Wyoming. snow was drifted so bad engines could not be put in the round house nor gotten out, and those onlf the road were compelled to ci on to Green Rive At Rawlins the issengeq ^Sy not did arrive herei till Friday morning, Thursdav's train following closely after. The Storm is described as the worst tràl eVer known in Wyoming, all busi ness being completely suspended, f Squirrels bave made their ap pearance already on this side of the Valley^ "Ntrtr Is the time to strychnine for killing, one now means four times that many less this vear. As soon as they show up a little more numerous H. H. Hoff" and others will begin the work of inoculation with DasteUr's remedy. Vigorous measures will be taken in all parts of the valley this year looking to the exter mination of these pests. They cost this valley thousands of dol lars overy-year, in grain a nd other crops. Resolution No. 10, which passed the last session of the legislature, and was vetoed by the governor, is yet in operation. The governor has withdrawn his veto and the resolution stands. It provides fetr an amendment to the constitution changing the pay of county officers from a fee system to that of sala ries. It will he voted on at the election in 1898 and will no doubt be carried by a large majority as it should be. If the legislature acts promptly then the salary bill will become operative the first of Jan uary 1901. le To Loan—Plenty of money to loan on improved farm property. None but good loans desired. No commissions or charges made until the loan is secured. Apply to ft L. Glenn. 43 830,000 Worth. The following telegram explains itself, and of course the Fair store will act accordingly: New York, 3-lfr*97. To Sam'l Lewis: Montpelier, Idaho. Have bought thirty thousand dollar stock at twenty-five per cent. Sell goods most any price to make room. N. G»m»b & Son. 4tf The speaker of the house and the president of the senate bavé each claimed four days' extra pay for the time the legislature was iu session in excess of GO days. Aud^ itor Aiiderson has declined to allow, the claims, and an arrangement has been made to submit an agreed case to the supreme court. Each of the officers in question receives $7.50 ji day for the time the legis lature is in session. The session lasted four days over the period of 60 days for which members can be paid. Speaker Alford and Lieu-* tenant Governor Moore both thought they were ehtitled to com pensation for this extra time; lienee the proposed case in the supreme court.—Statesman. a *! Hinds and Lowell, the two con victs who escaped last week, are again at the penitenitary. They Were caught in Malheur county* Oregon, after being out five days,. Deputy Sheriff BlatT) e'x-Depbty ~ Eulton and Donnelly) ofie of the prison guard, effected their capture) though a number of other good men were in the chase. Hinds es caped from jail pehding his indict ment and is a sharp one in getting freedom. But he is faulty in judgement. He should have waited until summer made life in the mountains beyond question before leaving the walls. He and Lowell should also have known that War den Corapbell, just on the eve of turning over the institution to his successor, would have never rested until they were brought in dead or /H. H. Hoff returned from Albioil In Friday morning. He is a mem 1 er of thé hoard of trustees, and tates that after due deliberation Jl^ey decided to shut down the in onlf 9 ^^* 00 because it Was running behind at the rate of $200 pëtf month. The school is novV $4000 in debt iter ordering Tl cTffBSa the teachers got possession and started Up school again. Then thé trustees ordered the janitor to put ^ Yale locks on every door and Fri-> day I|e was to lock out eveiyone. ! Feeling ran high in Albion and Henry says they were threatened with all sorts of treatment. The school will now remain closed till September 1st. The last session! of the legislature appropriated $100,000 for the school for the coming two years and with the preJ sent debt and running behind at the rate of $200 a month it wa* easily seen the school could not btf kept going so it was closed. Dr. Winter's can now be found at the Arcade Hotel in room 10. He successfully treats all forms of rupture and piles, no matter hoW long standing. His many cures irt this Valley lately attest to his abil ity in this line. 3 NAPOLEON'S VALUE OF VICTORY. It Finds a Striking Counterpart in Recent World Triumpihs. Napoleon knew well the value of a victory. After Austerlitz the world seemed his. Fame invited* fortune favored, everything stimu lated his aspiring ambition, growing power he gathered/ fruits of victory. And so ht ever been. Success succeed notable illustration of this trf furnished by the great w won at the World's Fair iiy* the California Midwinter/ '94 by Dr. Price's Creator Powder. Ever increasing popularity have been u The people have prortw the official verdicts ta Dr. Price's, for leaval keeping qualities, puy ral excellence the "fop powder in all the i as quickly as the gnf they know the val| that mean« world-/. \ 1SÉ; n.