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THE EXAMINE
Published Weekly.
Entered at the postofflr*« at Montpelier Idaho
an sceond-clam matter
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
1 no
Oue year. ......
Six month*.
75
CHAS. E. HARRIS,
Editor and Proprietor.
Montpelier, Idaho, Nov. 16, 1900.
ftdvertislno Rates
DISPLAY ADS—75 cents per
inch single column per month, any
page except the first and fifth. $1
per inch, single column, per month
on first and fifth pages. Special
dis on large space and long time
contracts.
READING LOCALS—5 cents a
line each insertion.
LEGAL NOTICES —$1 per
inch first insertion, 50 cents an inch
each subsequent insertion, non
pareil measurement.
Resolutions 2 cents a line.
No deviation from above rates.
Statements rendered monthly.
Cokevillc News.
A large addition to the ware
house of the depot is being made.
Mrs. Lucy Tanner has rented
her house to Lou Marks for six
months. She with two of her
daughters will visit her son in Can
ada.
Tom Collett is erecting a fine
dwelling house for himself and fam
ily
Mrs. Solomon Anderson, who is
in St. Marks Hospital, Salt Lake
City, is recovering from her recent
operation.
Pete Olson is enjoying the pro
spect of soon entering his new two
story house.
Mrs. John Richards presented
her husband with a babv girl on
the evening of election daj'.
The Methodist church of Wyo
ming are considering the advisi
bility of a church building just
fouth of the school house.
Our day school under the super
vision of Mr. Fred Huck vale is
growing and prospering. There
may also be school at Sublet, this
winter. Smith's Fork is already
supplied.
Mrs. Win. Morgan is enjoying
the visit of her sister from England
who she had not seen for twenty
years.
Rev. Charles O. Mudge held ser
vices in the school house on Mon
day and Tuesrhcy evenings. They
weil attended.
Th© cattle and sheep-,men are all
busy preparing £**r winter and a
good market next year.
were
s The Water Proposition.
Mayor Barrett called the City
council, together in special scssion
last Wednesday evening to consider
the waterwerka and electric light
fcacMahiv* ta be given to the Boise ]
Mr. Shaw
^nio psupcul rcffiesenting the Boise
firm and, after explaining the kind
of system his company proposed to j
put in,-be asked if the council:
would take up the matter of solicit- j
ing the town and ascertaining how
much patronage could be secured
for the enterprise. The councilmen
agreed to take the matter in hand
and make an early report.
The proposed plant provides for
an electric lighting system as well
as water, and will cost between
$40,000 and $50,000.
The franchise will provide that
the city may purchase the plant any
time after five years at an agreed
price.
The following are the rates the
new company proposes to charge:
WATER RATES:
Engineering compan
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Bakeries.
Barber shops, first
chair.
Barber shops second
chair..
Blacksmith shops....
Boarding houses_ 2 00 "
Business blocks, first
5 rooms .
Business blocks, each
additional room
$ 1 50 per month.
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Hotels.
Livery stables..
Offices.
Printing offices.
Photograph Galleries 1 25 M
RESIDENCES.
Four rooms, or less.. $1 00
Five to six rooms_ 1 25 "
Seven to nine rooms 1 50
Nine to twelve "
Each additional room
5 00
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Stables, private
Stores, general. 1 50 "
Stores, drug
Saloons.
75 "
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BATHS:
Priyate.
Hotel, 1st tub.
" second...
Barber shop. 1st tub , 2 00 "
Each additional tub 1 00 "
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1 25 "
75 "
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LAWN RATES:
For each front foot
from Apr 15 to Oct 1
No reduction for space occppied by
buildings.
15 "
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METER RATES:
40,000 gals or less per
1.000 gals..........
40.000 to 80,000 gals
1.000 gals.
80.000 to 120,000 gals
1,000 gals.
monthly
charge where meter
is used... .
Meter to be furnished by consumer.
$ 30
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25 "
20 "
Minimum
2 00 "
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ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES:
INCANDESCENT SERVICE:
First 2-16 c p incaude
scent lights to 10 p m $1 50 per month.
First 2-16 c p incande
scent lights to 12 p m. 1 75 "
First 2-16 e p incande
soent lights all night 2 50 "
Second 2-10 c p incand
escent lights to 10 p m 1 00 "
Second 2-10c p incand
escent lights to 12 p tn, 1 25 "
Second 2-16 c p incand
escent lights all night 1 75 "
Each additional light
to midnight.
Eaoh additional light
all night...
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40 "
60 "
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RESIDENCE RAI ES :
First 2-16 c p lights $1 50 per month
** 2-16 cp lights 2 25 " "
Ô-18 c p lights 8 00
Each additional light
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PRECINCTS.
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President:
W. J. Bryan.
Wm. McKinley
Governor:
Frank Hunt.
D. W. Standrod .
Congress:
T. 1,. Glenn.
J. T. Morrison.
Senator:
E. M. Pngmire.
Wm. Budge .
Representatives:
J. R. Brennan.
E. J. Hotvell.
W. W. Clark.
James Redman.
Commissioners.
Nels Nelson.
Ira Osmond .
M. Rosenbaum.
P. Lindsay.
H. H. Hoff.1125
A. R. Wright
Sheriff:
J, A. Neibanr
T. F. Sparks.
Treasurer:
L. T. Shepherd.123
Lonsia
Assessor:
J. R. Hart
Wm. Tremelling-_ 69
Probate Sudge:
J. H. Hart.
Silas Wright....
Attorney :
Alf Budge...
Supt. Schools:
J. H. Miles.
M. F. Whitman .
Surveyor:
R. A. Birch.
H. H. Broomhead.
Coroner:
H. Bolton.
J. W. Langford..
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It is getting cooler but
won't notice it if you use
you
JEWEL STOVES and RANGES
Our line of WOOD and COAL HEAT
ERS, CAST and STEEL RANGES
and all kinds of COOK
STOVES is complete.
SEE the VULCAN HOT BLAST
Also stove boards, coal hods,—in fact
everything to help you warm
Consolidated Implement Co.
(Of Course.)
up.
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