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MONTPELIER, IDAHO, TUESDAY, FEBRUj
If Mrs. BarkdnII
CO-OP. WAQON and flACHINE CO,
More than the price asked
early last year will be paid
for wagons in 1900.
FOR A SHORT TIME
e will sell on last seasons prices. Buy now
nd save the advance. You will save money.
nfheo. Nystrom, Mngr. Montpelier Branch!
Watch % s spaced bargains.
Sizes. Capacities. Price.
f ; i
No. Cooler In Cooler Out No. of cows Price.,
1, 5 gal. 7 gal.
2, 7i " 10 "
3, 10 " 13 "
4, 15 " 18 "
5, 20 " 22 "
2 to 3 $ 7.00
3 to 4
5 to 0
7 to 9
10 to 12
15 and 25 cent Coffees
Harris and Jellies,
W. W. Chapman's
THE HOME INSURANCE CO
Fire and Cyclone.
lieber Jf, tirant, l*restt.
Insure now ere it is too late.
Rates the Lowest.
Also Agent tor
Halt Lake Herald and the Juvenile
J. S. Barrett, Agent.
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.
. 4 *
The semi-weekly Examiner (2 year.
House to rent—Good two room house
Apply to Frank Jones.
Hmatilhe nricinaD and
D. C. Oakley went to Pocatello yester-i
day for a few days visit.
Thursday and Friday nights were
stingers sure, by far the coldest nightti
of the season.
Go to Hoover's Drug Store for
everything you want in the medicine
and notion line.
Rev. Mudge and the Buds of Promis^)
enjoyed a night sleigh ride to Paris
Why use inferior beer when yon call
get your choice of leading brands at
the Palace Saloon Ï
Go to Hoover's Drug Store for
everything you want in the medicine
and notion line.
Mrs. Wm. Roberts left Sunday for
Salt Lake to attend the funeral of Geoi.
Gray who was killed at Willard,
Nate Kuhn was in town Saturday
giving the boys a few pointers ofi
"sluff" and also making business callsi^,
Dr. H. Beckstrom Dentist. The
Specialist on Crown and Bridge wdi%.
Painless extraction by use of Odomun
der. Montpelier, Idaho.
The road to Star valley is in pâetty
good shape. A large number of t&ms
were out from there last week, «ter
supplies and freight. \
Diamondville and Rock Springs eda],
I can deliver, the same day as orderâp,
Diamondville or Rock Sprinflg
No josh about this. 'lhos. Bat
/At the missionary tea. last Tuesday
pent Gee was awarded the prize fer
the best trimmed hat. Mias Peterso i
proved the best at throwing at a mark
and received the prize for that contest.
Glassa Pictures are a late invention
they are natural in features, artistic in
coloring and the most lasting of any
portrait knowh to modern art.
W. G. Guernsey has returned from
his trip to the Big Horn Basin, where
he went to look oyer the country ip
company with Apostle Woodrnff,
Bishop Larsen and others. An interest
ing communication will appear next
week in the Examiner about the
country visited, written by Mr. Gnerr -
of clothing at Wij
U1 be open for ir
BS'ew, nobby up-t<>
l^he latest styks
. . ail
If Mrs. BarkdnII presented Riley with a /
Ifinejtoy last night.
f^Six cases of smallpox are reported
! near American Falls.
If yon want to buy frnit trees write
jO. F. Smith, the Blacbfoot Nursery,
j Blac'.ifoot, Idaho.
Chas. Hoff, the coal man, is now in a
'position to furnish either Diamondville
or Rock Springs coal. Leave orders at
, Livery Stable,
j Rev Stoddard, of Green River, will
j hold morning and evening services in
the Episcopal church next Sunday. All
are cordially invited to attend.
A good stock of Ceinetary work, head
j stones, etc., to pick from at the Bear
Lake Marble works,opposite Riter Bros.,
Come along with your orders 59 , '
Parties wishing to buy a farm in Hie
Snake river valley, will do well to Cor
respond with O, F. Smith the Qlack
foot Nursery man at Blackfoot Idaho.
Delinquent taxes can be paid it Sid
ney Stevens Imp. Co. The boojts con
taining the names for the east/side of
the valley are at the aboTe named place.
The Logan Dramatic Co., ■pill play
in this city on Feb. 27th aid 28th.
Also in Paris on March 1st find 2nd,
company comes highly recom
C. H. Collipriest and family jpxpect to
depart for Des Moines, la. .next Monduy
for an extended visit pendiug h|s recov
• ^eryfroma sprained wrist.— Cadrera.
KÏWe bljarpenter shop oppositeVHoft 's
Livery stable- Contracting and 'build
ing in all its branches. Specification
furnished and job work promptly\at
tended to. F. W. Rose.
FOR SALE—I will sell my place in
Wardboro cheap. 105 acres, 80 acres
under cultivation. House, good bam
and corrals. For particulars apply to
Jake Jones or this office.
A young son of Mr. Willis' of St.
Charles broke his arm while wrestling
last week. Dr- Aulguire set the fract
ure and the boy is now rapidly recover
Yon may talk of your pet shoe stores
and of buying shoes cheap. Call on
Mose Lewis, The Leader; he will sell
you stylish, good wearing shoes cheaper
than any other store in town.
The people of Georgetown will give
an old folks party in that little city to
night. All those over 60 years of age
will be presented with a printed badge
in honor of the event.
Get your dancing clothes ready for
the Eastern 8tar ball Thursday night,
the 22nd. A general invitation is ex
tended to everyone to be present, and a
good time is assured. Tickets $1. Sup
per 25 cents a plate extra. Good mnsic
has been secured for the occasion.
Besides mens clothing we carry a
handsome newline of boys and child
rens suits. They will be open for in
spection in a day or two. Call in and
see these nobby suits. They are within
reach of all pocket books. Wedel &
A Frightful ltlundcr
Will often cause a horrible Burn, Pea
id, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, will kill the pain and promptly
heal it. Cures Fever Sores, Ulcers,
Boils, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best
Pile cure on earth. Only 26cts. a box.
A Prominent Visitor.
Chas. W. Maier, vice grand mas
ter of the B. of L. F., was in Mont
pelier last Friday and Saturday, in
the interests of the Firemen. While
here a large number of new appli
cations were received and candidates
initiated. As a result Re-Echo lodge
• „ , ,
is again in good shape with a large
. s(r~~%î~" r _»'I
Maier gave a
e in the opera house
Saturday evening, illustrating his
speech with stereoptician views. It
was a most admirable address. Sun
day morning he left for Denver.
The Ole Hagberg Fund.
The Ole Hagberg fund is grow
ing rapidly, but so far no effort has
been made in Bear Lake to contri
bute to it. In many parts of the
state the publie schools have taken
the matter up, and sent in good sized
subscriptions, by having each child
contribute a nickel- dime or some
such an amount. Why not the
schools of Bear Lake follow this
ample, and thus be represented in
this most worthy object. Full par
ticulars were published in the Ex
amïnkr some time ago, but they
be had again by addressing Bros.
Blanton of the state Universi ty*, at
9 Moscow, Idaho.
Notice to the Publics - 1 "" .
W m. and Arthur Broadhead are field
agents for the Portland G lassa Picture
Co and are both authorized to make
collections. They will spend the next
week or longer in Star valley and then
return to Bear Lake County.
Lotit, or Strayed.
A white faced Herfard Bull five years
old, horns cut off short,
right side with circlo -
dicnlar bar across the center,
formation that may lead to its recovery
or whereabouts, will be suitably
warded by the undersigned.
CokeyiWPfwyo.. Feb. 10th 1000 . \
A New Store.
M. Lewis, of Montpelier, Idaho,
arrived in our town on Monday, of
this week, and after surveying the
prospects for a first-class clothing
store, rented the old building which
heretofore has been used as a store
house for P. O. Christensen, and
will on the 20th of this month open
to the public a first-class clothing
store. Mr. Lewis is well known as
thorough clothing man, and lie
will certainly succeed in pleasing
you in his line if you give him a
fair trial. The business will he
conducted by Edward Lewis, broth
er of Mr. Lewis and Joseph Fuller,
who will ever he ready to wait upon
the wants of the people in their line.
The store building is now being
newly papered and painted, and will
he in ship shape by the appointed
time.—Green Kiver Star.
•1th a perpen
The MontpeUer .Orchestra Uaa been
re-organized and is now prepared to
furnish first-class music for dances and
other occasions. The following is the
makeup of the new organization:
1st violins, R. A. Birch, Carl Spong
Comet, H Short..
Ti-ambone, Pete Hanck.
Piano, Miss B. Hoff.
Prompter, James Dunn.
Anyone desiring our services can ap
ply to H. Short. Rates reasonable. 55
eil V S 1111 < 1:1 s I-,
George D. nHpHMMHH
near Willard, Utah, that morning.
The Salt Lake papers which came
this morning give detailed accounts
of the accident. It seems Gray,
who was a conductor on a freight,
started back over his train from the
engine. That was the last seen of
him alive. When the train reached
Ogden he was missed and an engine
was sent hack to look tor him. Ills
body was found near Willard, with
the head bruised and left leg crush
ed. He had evidently fallen be
tween two cars while on his way to
Mr. Gray will he remembered by
everyone in Montpelier. lie was a
yardmastcr in this city for many
years. He was a good railroad man
and. known to be very careful.
He leaves a wife to whom the
'sympathy of this community is
George was a K. of P. and the
members of that order in Salt Lake
took <*iarge of the funeral arrange
m'opklng night and day.
The busiest and mightiest little tiling
thatj/er was made is l)r. King'H New
Lip- ribs These pills change wuak
ness into strength, listiesHness into euer
K y brain-lug into mental power. They
nre wonderful in building up health.
Only 25c per box. Sold by Riter Bros.,
A glance at t,he quarterly statement
of Bear Lake county for the quarter
ending Jan. 1st. shows that the county
is in pretty good shape.
THomson & son.
PAINTERS and . .
We have recently opened a new
shop in Montpelier, two doors east
of Jones Meat Market where we
have a line line of Paints, oils, and
Wall Papers from 4 cents up.
If you have any work i n ou r line
call and let ns figure oii>aô Æ - can
r ()U 1]
^ M r* $ 3 &
. . OF THE
FINEST goods and
.. BEST VALUES.
My Stock is in and it will be a pleasure^
Mfor you to examine it.
$[Low Prices coupled with
Big; Values, w
ps the Combination that wins your Trade\$?
(fuh my Elegant Assortment of Fall and$
5iWinter Novelties in
* Dry, Goods Groceries,
SHoes, Hats, Gaps,
JJ I offer a splendid line of High Graded
ifiGoods at fairest figures.
JjJ If you want a little better article at ajjj
/^little lower price than you expected toîfi
2îpay, come to my store.
John R. Brennan.
Corner of XUaoblnaton Bve
Cs'' 8 -an? gtreet.
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J. F. O'CONNOR, PROP.
Jflneot Mines, liquors ant> Cigars.
S. ft. THOMPSON, Pirat.
F. L. Ln RUE. Vice-Prest.
(J. C. (JRAY. Cashier.
* BANK OF KONTPELIER.
Capital Paid-Up Stock - - - #00.000
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Incorporated in 18'Jl under the tans of the State of Idaho.
For a Firstclass
HnIRGUT OP SHAVE
A. HOOVE if,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, „
: : IDAHO
Pete Fuller's Shop
AloNTI'ELlEU, ; ;
R. E. F. G L YON,
and SUP GIJON.
fficc, over Riter Bros. Drug store.
A. BAG LEY',
Is in firstclass order.
Attorney at Law.
J. It. Brennan's, Montpelier.
M. Rosenbaum's, Ovid.
J. R. Shepherd's, Paris.
Defenses in Criminal Cases a
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