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iü U J ! f • lui • ''. U AA jL i l Li > ! inclement Dealers Utah & Idaho. « iave the Largest and best Lines of M farming Implements. » ? 4 4 We have just receive carload of Fuller- WaiTttll SteWRTt Steel Ranges and Heaters. Stove Furniture and Tinware of all kinds. Sole agents for the old reliable _ Coni mou Sense Style Bobs. Deere & Oliver Plows, Harrows. Racine Spring Wagons,Ilarand Press Drills Doors, Sash, Building Hardware, Etc. Fur Overcoats and Horse Blankets. » ÈÜL _ 'Sit 2 i • CD CO 111 CD CO m PD ,. -V-— '-M i. few m.i* CM' TV, . CD -i r--' CO g|»i§Pi£ CO o-,' T ü B w :•> ?» « CD cro. CD CO 100 STEWART STEEL RANGES Now in use in Benr Lake county. They lead all other makes. The F tiller-Warren people are the largest makers in the world. Prices the lowest. J. D. Fife, mangr. 1 Depat Is ; : ' & a - " j JSnSam LLSOaml ' Jo3 .Tones wns no from S^lt TiPlro Hiis .,o. jonw up nom sait «ut.o tuts Week TIME TABLE OF 0. 8. Je. Ji. Jl. Arrires No 2, JCast Bound, 7:40 a m No. I, West Board, Local News. Subscribe for the Examinee. See our holiday stock. It will be a daisy, liitcr Bros. Drug Co. SÖ 37 The first sleigh of tho season was in evidence Sunday. , Baskets of all kinds at Hammond &' W hitman "3 Holiday goods have made their ap-1 ii., per.ranee in the storos. Bee that $2 hanging lamp at Ham tnor.d & Whitman's. Christmas novelties oi all kinds at Hausen's. , I ' ; GO Attorney Glenn is in Eoiso attending ; tho supreme court session. Now is the time to hnv goods. S. A. Mills is positively selling out. D. C. O'Brien came in from Glenns 30 j All 1; inds of felt shoes and slippers fur ladies at Hammond A Whitman. Ferry Monday for a few days visit. 33 daughter, Mias Ethel, in Salt Lake last ( woek. I Mince pies for the holidays at City | Bakery, nt 1 red Hansen's. 37 Shoes and slippers by the thou ands Mose Lewis, go The roads have been in terrible shape I since the recent snowfall. More snow j Mrs. Frank Hutchins \ isited her of pairs at Hie Leader. would be acceptable. Money purses, pocket hooks and coin! hags of all descriptions at River Bros. Drttg Co. Thomas and Nettie Kinnersley were up from Halt Lake this week visiting! relatives and friends. Linens, toweling, napkins, etc., at the Leader. AH bright new goods, dit cheap. □ Mrs. Allen, Sr., aged about 62 year died last week at Garden City after a? long illness <■ W..IM.O I». a r - . e «y Found-A bunch of keys, which the owner can have by calling at this office and paying for this local. , ,," uv yo«r blankets at Hammond A 4V hitman. They can save you money. h rum 50 cents a pair up. o'J Dggs have becn as scarce as hen's. teeth for the past coujile of weeks. The; 1 xial price is 22J cents a dozen. 3J Repairing and cleaning suits a specialty at Fchmnl's, next to postoilice. Prices very low. Tho childrens' concert at the Presby tcrian church next Sunday night prom ises to be a most enjoyable entertain ment. For the best wearing gloves and mit tens either liued or unlined. Go to Hammond & vs hitman. ** Wanted A housekeeper, one without children. position to right party, office. Our holiday stock will arrive in due! , and it will be a hummer, too.! .... 3 Must Vie a good cook. Good Apply at this season iiainmoud & Whitman. Jack Wedel has his new feet and is now able to got around nearly as well aB eyer For fine millinery of latest styles go to Miss Ralrvmp e's. ' r 33 /Frank Richards returned to the Salt lake hospital last Sunday night. lo , havejjhrankle examined. He «.getting w«ff rapidly. , ,. I , . , Only first class hnh.lav goods 'timed ,, , Lur «iis lay this venr will '*8 immense, .... ., ■Thanksgiving, litter Bros. Drug Co. 3b Gottfried Esckler, cheese mannfacta rer of Thomas Fork, will leave this city oj>.th03th inst for a two years mission , to ^ oi * e afl a îtormon eWer ' ^^«tylé Baris capes elegant finish.^ worth !,6 now 50 > ents each at the 1 air Only a few left, so come qui-k. All of tho "extra' list men are at 27 It is next to i m posai hie to get a layoff the30 days. • will I have ii 1 ig stock of fine ones this year, Don't order till you see mine, i rank ' Jones. ; work on the road so great is the rush of traffic. ; Turkeys for Thanksgiving! I About three inches of snow tell in the j valley Sunday. Cold weather accom panted the fall and everything is frozen up now as "tight as a brick." whisky ( hay Shaw's Malt at Hoover's Drug I store. 37 | D. C. Stuart has fixed up sheep dip ping pens at his place at Wnrdboro and now prepared to dip all herds at low hswrea. Give him a call. 33 I Aio in, tuiUir and banjo et Inga all of be: ' quality at Riter Bros. Drug. V o. A.j j full line of violin extras. 34 For a bottle of "real old-time" Word has been received in this city U-at the infant child of Henry Douglas died suddenly in Ogden yesterday. The l uncral ,u!;e I'kce here to-morrow, Wo are closing out everything in the store. Nothing reserved, business. S. A. Mills. We mean W. D.' Ream, of Dingle, Idaho, who was in Jsiwn for a few days during the ! forj^ffart of the week, left for his home 30 I A dance will he given in the L. D. S. ^SÂÏÎÂïU. , S ■ S, C a Vd™,, , . . ,, 1 ," e,lre to be 111 ,l thb i " 1,0,1 ,l « nies to boli,la >- fc roo<la - We 1 a wa - vs can - v a U "°- Htotk o£ thc,u - but I tins season's display will eclipse auv ; thill g wc havener had here. Be snre j an(J see it Riter Bros. Drug Co. . 30 ,- - - Awarded Highest Honors_World's Fair, .fTfcRB . Thursday.—Logan Journal. ye r I £ P ur . e Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free "m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 \ EARS THE STANDARD. 0 CREAM NG PflWMR MOST PERFECT MADE. u. T. DA v it). THE DIONEER * * DENTIST. ALL WORK KNOWN TO MONDERN DENTISTRY SUCCESSFULLY PRE CHARGES REASONABLE. MONTPELIER. FORMED. Co-Op. \V. & M. Co. sleds are sold strictly on their merits, new improvements this season. Fully 60,003 bushels of grain have been threshed in the upper Star valley this year. tho yield has been large. Have many The grain is well filled and Nielsen Furniture Co. ate sell'ng hardware, granite ware and tinware very cheap. 20 Al. Miller returned this morning from the Salt Lake hospital. He is able to he around on crutches. Frank Richards returned with him. "Come and look" even if you don't buy ; ' "our Xmas goods" are ri ht. they a r e the creme de la creme of goods. Hoover's Drug Store. John McDermott has sold his interests here to his partner, Joe Bagley. He and family left for Denver Tuesday of last week, where they in the futnre will reside. j A big stock of bottled goods. Old Forman, Beech Fork and other fine /Kentucky •^oo '.s at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Jas.. Kirkbride, while coming from Star valley, had his wagon upset with him, and for an hour was without assistance, being badly bruised up. Dr. Guyon dressed his wounds. When you buy a Xtnas present you like to have something that no one else has. Our stock is selected that way. I Hoover's Drug store, j Something like half a dozen wrecks is j * lave occnred on the Short Lino during ! l' as * : ' ve °k. No one was hurt, hut a j gobd many cars have hoen mashed. It to i J" 8 becn a batl luck 8treak für Short Line. D ° , ' 1 ' t b " y old foiled toys ; got lo "hmg new, novel and instructive. Hansen s stock is new and dirt clean, j ^- t 1 , If any of the subscribers of the Ex . , AMIN bk want us to eat turkey on mi i • • ,, ... they will be sure and 3b , . . ^ . .. _ „ hung us m one on suhacryAjo«. It'S only show to don't he backward. 37 whiskies. Only first class 35 over o7 37 at Keep Wour feet d] German socks aihl Ham hoes. mdntl iSc \\ hitman have a big stock that Also, rubber th y will sell dirt cheap, goods of all kinds. 30 Dave Young and C. J. Bagley oyer from Fairview yesterday after a : 8upplies . The funncr left tho priee aad i the latter added his name to the Exam * INER subscription list. They report j the roads as being in poor shape for | heavy loads. came of See my sto k of Christmas goods, and Prices the the i Magic lanterns, toy steam engines j a thousand other novelties. ! lowest at Hansen's, 37 Don't overlook the Rebekah dance j next Monday night, at the opera house, j Music will ho furnished by thé new br 37 : chestra, under the leadership of Dr. Schufst ad. The dancing tickets are $1 and each. Go and have a good time and aid low- ^ a worthy lodge. j No one nee ! go to the Klondike now of j lor rich values, v. hen the Fair is offer A.j ing better bar.ams t an ever. You can 34 j mnke inore money buying there than you could in Alaska. Sam L. Lewis. 33 city j j A Nebraska paper reports the market The about as follows:' "Butter is strong at fifteen cents and able to hold its own. the | Yeast rising steadily. Bananas are ] slipping along at the same old price with an occasional drop. Watermelons who ! are f? oin i>' down more rapidly than they the were a week-ago. Cheese is lively and stirring. Syrups are sticking at the j former price and are about a pint more J to the quart than they wore last winter. Green apples are growing less since va S. ! Dried apple, sre the i —I'ldckene ere picking np » little." We ! but arp irnillir li|tp I-lta .4 a, v gomt, like iiot takes. snre 11°" can • 30 i The Examiner hopes before another i issue to he moved into the building for merly occupied by E. M. Lawrence as a drug store, opposite the hank. There ! we will have much more room and be J bettei able to handle our increasing J business. Much new material will he added to our already big outfit and we will he able to tnm out work in a more satisfactory manner than ever. When we get settled we invite every one in the county to call and see us, and if not already on our subscription lists we shall be pleased to put their names there. Remember the Consolidated Impie ment Co., arc headquarters for plain j and fancy ia.nps, Jappaned and granite I iron ware, and everything in the lioute 1 furnishing hardware line. Their motto I is "the best of everything and prices right." The Examinee for 14 $2 cash in advance. r Those fine handsome heating "toyes at tlie Consolidated Implement Co's. Get one while 34 Free j i i ths for mon The executive committee of the Idaho Intermountain Fair lias leased the fair grounds and race track from the Agri cultural Park association for a year from December, 1st. The rental for the year is $700, one half of which has been ; paid, tho remainder becoming due on 1 the 1st of May next. The committee has also leased the. strip of ground in Mrs. McCarty's field that is used as a road connecting Main street with the fair grounds. At the close of the year the committee will have the privilege of removing all improvements if so de sired.—Statesman. Wedding Bouquets, as llie name gests, are just a little better than 10, cent cigar oil the market. Drug Store. Quilts and blankets at every price at the Lender. Biggest stock in the valley to select from. Come and see it. Mose Lewis. FOR SALE -All of the furniture cently used in the Hunter House, in cluding house furnishings of every description for sale cheap. Thesé gbod's are mostly new and all are in first class shape. Apply to Mrs. A. G. Hunter at tho Hunter house. Co Op. Vf. A M. Co. has the finest line of Cortland cutters, fur overcoats, fur robe«, sleigh bells, etc. are the lowest, '! he Co Op. backs what it says. TheC. W. & M. Co. Ins just received a car load of the finest style of 1 oh sleds ever offered to the Bear Lake trade. Call and examine these sleds. They nre made only for the special order of Co-Op. W. it M. Co of Utah and Idaho. Stlg any Hoover's' 37 30 re Our prices always common sense notice. All persons indebted to - , Co-Op. W. & M. Co. quested to eft 11 durini month and are ro IlS "597 December Respectfully, J. D. Fife, Mgr. Xost. A ladies' small hand Rachel in the Montpelier canyon. It con tained a gold watch, purse, etc. Liberal reward to finder, who will leave same at Hurd's store, Afton, or at this office. 500 Xa&ies' Tbats. Just received,- a new stock of 500 Ladies' trimmed hats of every Intest style for full and winter. The largest assortment ever brought to Hear Lake county. Come and see the bargains of fered. They will be sold at cost Ladies are particularly invited to inspect this stock. Mose Lewis, '1 jte Leader. 33 ©ollôas Display?. We have never carried a very large stock of holiday goods, but this year we have bought gant line of goods and. got them dirt cheap too. an elc Tho stock includes many novel and useful articles for big people, and a fine assortment of toys, such as dolls, toy stoves, bed room suites, drums, books, etc., for the little' folks. We are ranging ouf display, now, and in-a few days will be able to show the greatest holidfav line in town. nr As we soli only- for cash we are enabled ty make' prices at .. 25 to 50 ner cent lower than -me on to ou per cent. Jouet titan anyone ' ' i 0 1 0 1 - v have a hide money to spend this year come to „„ „,,.1 ;, ■ 1 , 1 . . US and-It Will be nure to go roui.d and all of your loved ones can be made happy. I "J * We tvill * also give away a $20 doll this teat. Ask for particu lar8 - 37 Hammond & Whitman. IRcaöing Club. The club met first at Mrs. Hoo ver's this- year. Officers for the ensuing year wtYc elected. After fome other business the club ad journed ta meet at Mrs. Bagley 's j AoveRiber 4th. - * The day of the club meeting was changed to.,Wednesday. Owing tb the lateness of getting _. .. .y ." <opy o eypaper the,prqgram will j be emitted tins week, but will appear hereafter l BUEGOYNE 'V & BRENNAN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Mont pe ■ mm 'üËtÊiE '* .ji, '»SK Wrtjtèi ii ».A • mm* aSSEssm earner of 'H3artInfitoii.avi anS lotb street, -"-a I (S' i < 5 > k z v ■/■ • t ' ■ I He . IS II Palace Saloon. ÜS S+ ■ I I d. F. O'CONNOR. PROP. I i finest Mines, 1! K10NTPELI IP W» S. IJ. THOMPSON, Petal. ' F-. L. La RUE. l'icç-Prest. G. C. GRA Y. Caihier. * BANK OF MONTPELIER. tioxri»Ki,n:it. IDAHO. Capital Paid-Up Stock - - - *20.000, Interest Paid on Time Deposit«. Incorporated in 1801 under the lairs of the Slate of Idaho. dburcb Services. CATHOLIC CHCItCII. Sunday, November 14 Mass at 10:30 a. m. Motning service on the gospel, j Catechism at 3 p. m. Evening service. 1 bonediotion and sermon on the subject, ! "I pic lit Baptism by Sprinkling, Immer- j flop, or Infusion—WhichY" | Rev. W. J. A. Ileridrickx, I Pastor. c aJjV AR.y bkesbv-terian CHUELit. . lhursday,November U Prayer meet- \ j ° f ? ,,bi ° ct ' " 71 * 0Thin1 j \ J<allln f n ' racnt ' ! Sunday, November 14 ffahhntii wheel ' at 10 a nt. Morning worship trit 11 : sub ' 3 ect - ''Difficulties from Within." Even ing worshin at 7 3(1 ln » " r th» .1 1 1 n sn ii . ' " v ! unteren t parts of the exerciHea by songii atid recitations, assisted by the choir of j the church. All are cordially invited to this service as well as to ail of the bou ', lt A . McIntosh', place in! Granger and will hereafter "Wyoming" there. the Short Line boys is respectfully ! soliciD-d Good goods will J,,. served at reasonable tirtces and gentlemanly treatment guaranteed to all. Give me a call at Granger, other meetings of the church. The offerings will be given to the Sabbath school to aid in tho payment for the pew library and singing books. Mew fDanagement. Hobt. Freedman, owner of the at Green River, has ! i run a The trade of 33 i Hobt. Freedman. English "Ss Sbe Is inarlt." The gems below quoted are cop ied from the St. Anthony Gazette, alul Are reproduced verbatim et lit eratim et puiictuatim : "There is ten ways for every dollar to bo used, and one is to subscribe for the Ht. Anthony Gazette." 1 ndecd there "is." "Diptheria is at the home of J. L. Roberts of Salem. Lis small children Wave the dreadful aconrago.'' The editor should be "scourged, .... ,, - town to ns-ist us in obtaining the local news for our readers. If your friends or relatives either come to visit you or you go to visit them, let us know it as • we can only be in one place at a tim«. " The one particular place the edi 1 1 ^ or Gazette would adora »votild be tlie position of second chambermaid in a livery stable, and the stable should be far dis tant from a printing office, as in the hands of St. Anthony's editor the shovel would he wielded to bet how he walked out of the oflioe to "here his mine is. dence that "our Bodkin and Twt» ter advantage tliun the pen. "If that individual who took our Eod kin and Tweezer out of this office don't i re!uni the same at cn< e we will publith liis hiogiapky from the date he took possession of them. The way he acted when tie took them in his fingers and 'flie Gazette l»ears abundant evi zet '' are greater factors in its-weakly out put than lexW.ns or gramma«*, i .