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i4 VOL. V. SEMI-WEEKLY MOTPELIER, IDAHO, FRIDA VçtgNTI Y 19. 1! SEMI-WEEKLY No. 50 CO-OP. WAQON and . HACHINE O. Montpelier, Idaho. LEADING IMPLEMENT DEALERS. jg How is the time to buy your Stoves. Come quick and see the best amtest tom pi etc line of Stoves and Steel Ranges ever offered to the public STEWART STOVES and STEEL RANGES the Best on Earth. Over 200 now in use in Bear Lake County they speak for themselves te Stewart Hot Blast will save you 40 per cent in fuel. Handsome in ign. Take one on trial. a L » j I cr 5 £S n « J K ■V? t i M ¥'■ mm;.; h l|p| r Th« Co-op Wagon & Machine Co's Bob Sleds of all kinds are the Heavt, thfe Strongest,the best and heaviest ironed, the Lest timber and contains t good » points of all other sleds. ^ ' Alto a complete line of Fur Overcoats, Robes, Sleigh bells, hand made te har - ness, John Deere & Oliver Plows. Remember the old reliable Casaday Oders Hardware, Cedar shingles, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Hardwood and Blaoiiths supplies, etc. The only Bain and Weber farm wagons. Write for price 1 fl Theo. Nystrom, Mngr. Montpelier Bræh S I Fine waten Reoainop and ADJ. j | ■I, » - BY ... j| &. Iberman w* S * i * I DIO MONTPELIER, ft % Land Matters. 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. Royal Powder * 0 P Royal Baking Pov der possesses peci liar qualities n found in other lea ening agents, whit arise from the sup rior fitness, puri and healthfulness of its ingredients. Royal Baking Powder leavens tl food perfectly by its own inhere power without changing or impairii any of the elements of the flour. Thus the hot-breads, hot-ro and muffins, and the delicious h griddle-cakes raised by the Roy Baking Powder are wholesome ar digestible, and may be eaten witho distress, even by persons of delica digestion. Makes The Food More Healthful it % Alum baking powders are low priced, as alum costal two cents a pound ; but alum is a corrosive poison l it renders the baking powder dangerous to use in L ROYAL 9A;3Na POWDER CO., TOO WILLIAM ÔT„,.N£W YORK. Why use inferior beer when t can get your choice of leading bis at the Palace Saloon Ï You may talk of your pet shetores and of buying shoes cheap. ,11 on Mose Lewis, The Leader; he 1 sell yon stylish, good wearing shoeeaper tha n any other store in town. 17 42 LOCAL NEWS. I "What happened to Jones" at the opera house, Saturday, Jan. 27th, Mike Malone is reported to be getting along splendid and hopes to be home . soon. J. H. MoBrayer (the original) and Franklin Co's. Rye at the Palace Sa loon. Miss Irene Douglas has returned to her studies at St. Margaret's school in Boise. 17 I have for sale, cheap, two fine Coch in roosters. Call see them. Geo. 49 ina. f J. N. per for te^ning will fnrnish the snp the K. of P's next Tuesday e> mg. Go to Hoover's Drug Store for everything you want and notion line. / The/youngest child of Thos. Orr, of Libqriy, died Wednesday of what, we liu^Crstand, was scarlet fever. We have just put in a large line of dishes. These goods are all of first quality and will be sold cheap: Jones & Son. C. A. Rohrabacher, special agent for the New York Life Insurance Co., will be in Paris all next week in the inter ests o t his company. Mrt. Fred Roberts is down from Coke villtyto take care of her husband. He is temewhat more seriously injured kjljan at first supposed. FURNITURE FOR SALE-All my household furniture, including a hot blast beater and cooking range, for sale cheap. Frank Monoiian. W. H. Kenner, well known in Bear Lake as a thorough all round paper man, will shortly start a paper in Soda Springs. The Examiner wishes him all kinds of success in the venture. Rose 's Carpenter shop opposite Hoff'sj Livery stable- Contracting and build! ing in all its branches. Specification furnished and job work promptly at* tended to. F. W. Rose. The big 1003 engine, which was se nt Kemmerer last week for a test, is do ing abont all that was expected. This mogul, with a 700-class engine, is able To take a train of 2000 tons over Fossil Rill very easily»-' in the medicine 21 15 - 50. news !J£ 3 Just inV A choice line of Orstolass groceries and candies. They are the very best to be had and the prices are low. Remember o ur motto is "only the veryJiostrM—At'WTW, Chapman. —'S. W. Cook writes the Examiner that the post office at Border has been discontinued by the department^»-TR where ma residents should be sent, possibly, how ever, to Dingle. We handle the celebrated Kemmerer coal, the best coal on the market. Give ns a trial order. Can fill orders any time. Coal always on hand, Ream & Holmes. Leave orders at office two doors east of Examiner building. r Border In 49 Bear Lake county has 2,897 children of school age, and their portion of the school money from the state is $056.40. The total number of children in the state 50,172, and the total amount of money apportioned at this time is $11,368.39. Friday's issues of the Examiner will from now on contain the latest tele graph dispatches, state and Utah news, temple and tabernacle, and other mat ters of interest. This makes the Fri day issue especially readable. Look oyer to day's paper and be convinced that it covers the whole ground of home and foreign news. EGGS FOR SALE- -I have thorough bred and graded chicken eggs for sale in sittings of 18 each. These eggs are from the very best strains to be bad in the United States. Partridge Ceehin, Bnff Cochin, Barred Blymoth Rock and other favorite breeds. Prices reason able. Leave orders at Examiner of fice or my home. Geo. Dana. The Examiner makes it a rnle to never publish communications which are not signed. We received one from Thomas Fork this week, which we ap preciate to its ntmost, because of the kind words said of the Examiner, bnt we cannot publish it because we do not know who it is from. We want the names of correspondent, not for pnb lication, bnt for our own individual 49 A. J. Lay land was at the Examiner office this week with a magnificent specimen of the eagle tribe. He caught the bird in a trap, and succeeded in re tfcaeteghimwithout inii fa tional einl ly quite tame and Andy will train him to catch wild ducks, sage chickens and other tempt ing game for his table. Mr. Layland has traps set for other animals, but many of these eagles have gotten into them. When not badly injured he hae always turned the birds loose until he caught this one. It measures six feet Horn tip to tip of the wings. Leave your offers for Continental oil at Ream & H< M^ÿor Re/nian returned this morn ings from a short visit to Salt Lake. Mrs. W. W. Chapman entertained at tea a large number of lady friends yes terday afternoon. Go to Hoover's Drug Store for every tiling you want in the medicine and notion line. We are handling the M. D. Wells shoes, the best on earth, and at the low est prices. Jones & Son. The way the Home dramatic com pany is rehearsing "What happened to Jones" cannot help but insure a splen did presentation, Andrew J. Sampson, who used to be an engineer on the Short Line, was kill ed in a railway wreck in the city of Mexico tb9 7th of this month. Most of the court's time at Paris the first two days was taken up in hearing and deciding motions and demurrers. The Judge is now trying civil cases. We are informed that a fine baby -rive d ,i » i |! l| |M; »home of Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Huff a few days ago. Whether it was a boy or girl we did not learn. We have a few sets of light bobs with box, seat, doubletrees and neckyoke all complete. Until all are disposed of, $80 00 a set, cash. Co-op W. & M. Co, 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. We have it on good authority that a new hotel is shortly to be erected in Montpelier. Also a new store building for one of our enterprising merchants. Good buildings are always acceptable to any town. s' coal office. 49 21 15 ar Steve Staley is cow one of the hostlers at this point. The eye and ear special ist got in his work on Steve, bnt his in numerable friends all over the Short Line syste hehas_n«f" jtewill be glad to learn that left the company's employ. The Examiner has received a of "Coins" new book on "Money.Trusts and Imperialism." presentation of the facts concerning these questions, and every voter in the land should have a copy. It will cost 25 cents and by sending this amount to tfie Coin Pub. Co.; Chicago, get a copy. copy It is a forciable yon can Mad« Young Again, '' s UOne ot Dr. King's New Life Pills eadh night for two weeks lias put me in my 'teens' again" writes D. H. Turner M Dempseytown. Pa. They're the best in the world for Liver, Stomach and Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe Only 25c at Riter Bros. Drug Store. t A Good Recommend. The following is a splendid recom mend from one of onr best and most substantial citizens: Montpelier Idaho, Jan. 10, 1900. To my neighbors and whom else it may concern : I have been requested to tell mv ex perience as a member of the New York Life Insurance Co., and my knowledge of its methods. In reply I am glad io be able to say the Co., is one of the oldest and strongest life insurance com panies in the world, and that in the management it is always fair and ac commodating. I have myself ten thousand dollars insurance in this great mutual company and I am now a i borrower from the company at five per I cent interest per annum on one of my j policies, and with the policy still in force. I can cheerfully recommend the j Co., as one of the best, if indeed not the best, life insurance company in the world,. Very Truly, John R. Brennan. Bucklen'fl Arnica Halve. Has world-wide fame for marvellous cures. It surpasses auy other salve, lo tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Sores; Felons, Ulcers' Teter, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin Eruptions; Infallible lor Piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c at Riter Bros. Drug Store. f Teachers Association. The county teachers association will 44 the first meeting of tbe season in ris 1st ward ball, on Saturday test, commencing at 10 a. m. A good ttyne may be expected. am in full will appear next the tbe 27 The, Wj O. C. Dunford. GftLL» FOR WARRANTS. Notice is hereby given that I am pre pared to redeem all Current Expense and Road and Bridge Fund Warrants of Series 1899. Interest on tne above warrants will cease on the 19th instant. L. T. Shepherd Co. Trees. Bear Lake County. »■ * Hi Fall Arrival m * * . . OF THE s FINEST GOODS and : .. BEST VALUES il • • * ' 9/ My Stock is in and it will be a pleasured /ififor you to examine it. JjSLow Prices coupled with Big Values, 2Jls the Combination that wins your Traded fliin my Elegant Assortment of Fall andjjj ^Winter Novelties in i i il I Dry, Goods Groceries Slides, Hats, Gaps, \i ) FurnlsMno Goods, Carpets, * Notions, Etc.*» » I offer a splendid line of High Graded ijiGoods at fairest figures. ^ jj} If you want a little better article at a^ (fdittle lower price than y 2iPay, come to my store. * 9/ d toffi 1 Jonn R. Brennan; Montpelier, Idaho! Où I Comer of tCUobfndton Hot «S'*- an» lotb »trect. -»-a II i I HE . . II m ï I Palace Saloon. ft .Cte'. n ft I // ü. F. O'CONNOR. PROP. IS m 1 ft fineet Mines, 'liquors ant> Gloats. MONTPELIER. IDAHO. M T . S. B. THOMPSON, Prut. P. It. LaRUß. Vice-Prut. O. C. URAY. Cathier. * BANK OF MONTPELIER. % MUNTPBMf;il, IDAHO. Capital Paid-Up Stock - - - $20.000 Paid on Time Deposits Incorporated in 1891 under the laws of the State of Idaho. Hïflben çou want a BOBSLED ÜLooh at tbe jfamous STUDEBflKER The "Sensible he best made and cheapest Bob in the mar ket. W. H. RIDD, Agent. We also handle the Studebaker Road and Spring Wagons and Buggies, known all over the.world as the best. . H . .. IVI Ontpôl 161" Idaho.