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/Ifcacbine Company Come one and all and examine for your self the BEST MOWER and BINDER oh earth. See this machi ne sure. [jn • y Champion Draw-Cut Mower. It draws the bar, no pushing, has the great est power, lightest draft, the wheels will not lift from the ground.— TPe Draw-Gut is sold strictly on its merits The CHAMPION 6 Roller Binder will not clog in elevator, and is guaranteed to be 16 2-3 lighter draft than any other Binder on the market. we e;u;ry the Champion, Tiger, Woods and Gran ger Ilay Hakes; Beek Hay Loaders, Side-delivery Hakes, Push Rakes, Hay Stackers, Farm and Spring Wagons, Builders Hardware, Oregon Flooring, Cedar Shingles, Doors, Sash, ete. Our prices are guaranteed to be the lowest; write for price list. Heincmber Bain, Weber and Racine jj| CO-OP W. & M. CO. Montpelier, Idaho J. D. FIFE, Mngr. SA'A \ V ITA \ A \»WMRar-.\ \ v.; k Fine Watch RCDainnoi s to and ADJ. S. Hx 1 !? , BY . . s H. Ibetman, H ' ✓ Mm t *v I * MONTPELIER. IDAHO*' a Kas* ...n v \ .v .v \ \ \ -\ \ \ \ >v \ v x \ \ -\ \\ v \ \ \ 9 Land Matters. > r Final proofs, land entries, contests _ and everything pertaining to land mat ters attended to by G, Spongberg. In quire at Bank of Montpelier, or at his residence in Montpelier. All kinds of | * ■ legal papers for conveyancing drawn. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. J, K. Nelson is visiting frieuffs in Salt Lake. . Carrage paints at Riter Brof. Dru 17 ® Pocatello is again over run with ho t/Ts Montpelier has a good number loo. but Marshal Gee holds them pretty well in check. If you want to save from lb to 2& per cent, on granite ware, call and see ' y stock. Dish pans, fruit pieserving I ktUlct. etc. Co. Mr. Ridd, father of Will, is JjH in this city. J. H. McBrnyer (the original) and Franklin Co's. Rye at the Palace Sa loon J ..-Miss Spencer of Snlt Lake is the gnest / /'of Mrs O. H. Groo of this city. Mens gloves, all weights, first class wearing goods, at II. B. Whttmi$p's. 21 I _/T)r and Mrs. Wright of Salt' Lake City are the guest of Mrs. Maud Toomer Our cocoanut cream is unequalled as a hair dressing. Sold at 25 cts at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Mrs. Bert Quimbv of Pocatello is the gnest of Mrs. Frank Richards. The Co-op W. & M. Co., have the best Disk Harrow on earth; has Ball bearing. Conductor Dolbeer has sold his in terest in the Bancroft hotel to his brot her. 35 Go to Hoover's Drug Store for everything you want in the medicine and notion line. Detective Sheets of Salt Lake, pas sed through this city a few days ago for an outing at Garden City. We are swamped with ortlers for the Champion Draw Cut Mower. They are the best. Co-op. W. & M. Co. Dress and working shirts in endless variety and at bedrock prices at II. B. Whitman's. David Davis was down from Kemmer er Sunday last, and returned Monday. Go to Hoover's Drug Store for everything you want In the medicine and nptlon line. Bn Rich has accepted a position in Jbhn R. Brennans storo in place of Fred Cruikshank who has resigned to golbn a mission. All kinds of paints and oils at Riter Bros..Drug Co., call and get a color 21 21 can il. B. Whitman i. 21 The transport "Grant' with the Idaho boys on board sailed from Manila on Monday. It will take about one month to make the run to San Francisco. 8 et T our choice of leading brands at the Palace Saloon? 17 Why use inferior beer when you can Ex-A Cruikshank leaves this Mtfon a mission to New York state, is many friends here will wish him a pleasant journey and a Bafe return just put in a large lino of These goods are all of first Quality and will be sold cheap. Jones & Son. The Denver News of July 23th con tains the announcement that a marriage license was issued in that city to May Dugdale and Edward Clayton, both of Pocatello, Idaho. Our stock of glassware, water sets and berry sets «as never more complete. All of the latest styles and handsomest, patterns. At H. 15. Whitman's. According to the Tribune there are 1360 children of school age in Pocatello an increase of 359 over last year. If Pocatello keeps this lick up she will rival Boise yet in population. Our line of fishing tackle is complete in every way. Fly hooks, rods, bas kets, etc., at lowest prices. Riter Bros. Drug Co. The Post says Amasa Rich has been appointed deputy game warden for Bear Laka county. The appoint ment suits the Examiner first class. His experence in the sheriff's office ad mirably equips him for the office, and violaters of the law had better cease operations. Take with you when you go camping a few bottles of our celebrated beer. Just the tiling, for tourist and outing parties. Riter Bros. Drug Co. O. F. Smith, who a few years ago es tablished a nursery at Blackfoot has been in Bear Lake this week taking orders for fruit trees. He will make a specialty of growing trees and shrubs that will stand the rigors of a mountain climate. That's what Bear Lake needs and we wish him success in his under taking. We have the finest line of table syrups ever brought to Montpelier, put up in fruit sealing cans. At H B. Whit man's. For reliable dental work and reason able prices, go to Dr. Holbrook, the specialist on seamless crown and bridge work. Office next to Hoover's Drug store. Dr n . ßeckstrom. D. D. S , is now locate iB p arig permanently. Will extract teeth absolutely without pain by the use of ODONTUNDER, leaving no bad effects. High grade dentistry in all branches of the profession. Pari 15 21 2 1 2/ Idaho 1 t\ja. >al ,£:—My farm of 160 acres 120 acres under onltiva at .toe's Rap. tiou; will sell cheap, part cash, good time or will rent for cash 23 B. F. Oakley. The Rev. W. B. Costley, o r .Stock bridge, Ga.. while attending to his pastoral duties at Ellenwood. that state, was attacked by cholera morbus. He says: "By chance I happened to get hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I think it was the means of my life, sale by Hoover's Drug Store. FOR RALE: My house and lot, B rooms, hall, pantry, closets, large wash house, store room, cellar, large chicken coop, barn, etc., a bargain to anyone who wants a good home. saving It relieved me at once." For 23 B. F. Oakery After September 1st there will be two mails daily each way between Parisand Montpelier- One leaves here the morning and goes through to Fish Haven, and then to Evanston. For carrying this we understand the subcontractor receives $600 The other mail leaves here in the afternoon at 1:30 and goes only to Paris. For carrying this mail the tractor gets the princely sum of $394. Of course the bidder liyes in the east somewhere, and he is already looking for people to sublet the route too. It doesn't seem possible that there is any one hero who can do the work even for the full price $394, but we have thought this of other contracts and still the original contractors managed to rustle around and get someone, and Viose the same will be the case in this instance. par an nnm. oon we sup j Something new in a hardy fruit for the high mountain valleys. The Poor ; Man's Gooseberry largest, finest colored fruit is a native seedling, originated at Brigham City, Utah, and has been tried and tested in the highest tain valleys. It is a rank grower, very productive, and never mildews. is pronounced by all who see it, to tie the best in the world. Mr. O. F. Smith the Flackfoot Nursery, controls the sale of the plants in southeastern Idaho and is now in this locality taking orders. Mr. Smith also makes in the sweetest, now grown. inoun a spec iality of hardy Russian apples for this locality. 2!-4t About one month ago my child, which is fifteen months old, had an at tack of diarrhoea accompanied by vom iting. I gave it such remedies as are usually given in suoh cases, but nothing gave relief, we sent for a phy. sician and it was under his care for a week. At this time the child had been sick for about ten days and was having about twenty-five operations of the bowels every twelve hours, and were convinced that unless it soon ob tained relief it would not live. Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was recommended, and I de cided to try it. I soon noticed a change for the better; by its continued complete cure was brought about and is now perfectly healthy. —C- L. Boggs, Stumptown, Gilmer Co., W. Va. For sale by Hoover's Drug Store. as we use a St, Charles Notes. Rev. J. II. Barton, Sabbath school missionary for the Presbyterian church preached Thursday evening, July 27, in j the Methodist chapel. The house filled, every seat being Marked attention was given to the | speaker for the sermon was both logi- ! cal and instructing. Sunday night July 30 Mrs. Wui. Aru old gave birth to a strong lung girl According to reports mother and child are doing well. E. M. Pugmire and Cbas. Brewer | have been decorating their houses with \ new paint. Mrs. Barker and daughter of Salt improvement is the order o! the day. You who are going to build and want a GOOD Quality of DOORS and SASH drop into the. Sidney Stevens implement Gompanu and see their stock of Builders Material. We intend to keep up our record for Good Goods and will duplicate prices asked by other concerns for inferior lines. We want all the trade if we can get it. Let us lure on your order Prices are low SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT CO. J. S. Barrett, Manager. Montpelier, Idaho Lr.ka ■ty are visiting in St Charier. Me Iudice. For Sale. My farm machinery: one Jones lever binder, has only ent 60 acres of grain, one Champion draw cut mower, good as new: one Tiger hay rrke, new; one disc harrow with sertie^ attachment one sulky plow, one reliable incubator and brooder, boon machiue, garden machine, harness, democrat buguy, one gooil horse, weight ISO.) .pounds, etc. Call and see what I have got, will sell at privat* sale until sold. $10.00 and. under cash. 90 days without interest. 10 per cent thereafter. Will trade for grain or horn stock, must be sold, a bargain. ' 23 B. F Oakley. Montpelier. Will be Enforced. Editor Examiner: There seems to he a few people in this county who are already living on the young chickens and ducks of this valley. up You will see by turning to yonr session-law of 1899, at page 276, Sec. 7. that August 1st is the date fixed in that act, but on page 429, Sec. 15, you will see that, that law has been pealed and that it will not be lawful to kill either chickens or ducks until Aug. 15th. It would be a good thing to call the attention of the pnblic to the pro vision of the law in that respect. I very much dislike to put any of our citizens to expense, but hereafter the law will be enforced. C. A. Rouison. Sheriff Be Careful* In view of tlio fact that many people are fleeing mountains to escape tin- heat of the valleys, we give in full below the law relative to forest fires: He it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Con gress assembled: That any person who shall wilfully or maliciously set lire, or cause to be set on fire, any timber, underbrush upon the public domain, or shall carelessly or negligently leave suffer fire to burn unattended a great to the or grass or near any timber or other inflammable material, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon convic tion thereof in any district court of the United States having jurisdic tion of the same shall be fined in a sum not more than live thousand dollars or to be imprisoned for I'terra of not more than two years, or both. a Sec, 2- That any person who shall build a camp fire, or other lire in or near any forest, timber other inflammable material or upon the public domain, shall, before breaking camp or leaving said fire, totally extinguish the same. Any person failing to do so shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof in any district court of the United .States having jurisdiction of the occupied., , „ ^ ia " ° ,le thousand dollars, or he imprisoned for a term of not more than one year, or both. Sec. 3. That in all same, shall be fined in a sum not more cases arising under this act the fines collected fu!ul of thc count - v in wl,ioh the l ;l]l| L where the offense was com mitted are situate. shall lie paid into the public school Approved February 24, 1807. to Spriflfl Arriva! to to to |n jL J m to . . OF THE m to FINEST GOODS and .. BEST VALUES. • • t m m My Stock is in and it will be a pleasure« ijifor you to examine it. ^Low Prices coupled vvith Big Values, tols the Combination that wins your Tradeto and^ m to I s to to to j£\in my Elegant Assortment of Spring ^Summer Novelties In it* m to * Dry, Goods Groceries, to to Ste, Hats, Gaps, to to to to Fornisiiiiio Goods Carpets, to to m to m to to Etc § Notions, to to I offer a splendid line of High Gradeto ff\Goods at fairest figures. ^ jjjj If you want a little better article at aw f|\little lower price than you expected tojjj! 2iPay, come to my store. m to to to to to John R. Brennan, Montpelier, Idaho, to to to to i to to 1 to Corner of tciaahtmtton Kne —»no loth «treet. -»'S HE . . % * '% h É* k, $ I s a m Palace Saloon. 38 d. F. O'CONNOR. PROP. jfineot Minee, Xlquore anï> Cigare. MONTPELIER. IDAHO. Hi 5? % y « Ä. B. THOMPSON, Brett. i*\ L. Ln BUK, Vier- Brett. U. C, (jHAY. Cashier , * BANK OF MONTPELIER. JX». XF MO.TrrEUUR, Capital Paid-Up Stock ... <20.000 IiAteresit JPttict on Time Deposit« Incorporated in IS'.)I under the lau s of the Hlate of Idaho. D. T. DAVIS. TUE P TONEER — ® ® DENTIST. All. WORK A .VOIT.Y TO MOXDICUX DEST1HTR Y SUCCEH.iBUI.LY PER• FORMED. C/I A KUES REASOXA BLE. MONTPELIER. WE Are flandlinti the lollowiiiQ Goods fit Lowest Prices A full Line of . . . Fancy Groceries, Shillings Best Baking Powder, Coffees and Ex tracts, Tubs, Buckets and Wash Boards. A FULL LINE OF FISHING TACKLE. A full line of the best and most Stylish Jewelry in Town. Knives and Forks and Pocket Knives in any Number. Fruits and Green Vegetablas. TOBACCOS AX D SMOKERS' ARTICLES, Men's Fancy Shirts and Ties. Toilet Articles and nany other X'otiotis. WEDEL & HANSEN.