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Montpelier examiner. [volume] (Montpelier, Idaho) 1895-1937, November 16, 1900, Image 4

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WHY NOT BE COMFORTABLE?
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day—you can get others that won't. There is only
one best—it is spelled S-T-E-W-A-R-T.
HOT BLASTS.
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that there is all the difference in the world in Hot
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Blasts? Some are built to insure the dealer a big
profit, (never mind the customer) some on honor
and for service. Some are planished iron
are steel—ask your dealer which his is.
no cheap sheet iron used on the Stewart.
some
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RANGES for WOOD or COAL.
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mous. Do you want the BEST, or will you pay
nearly as much for cheap goods that
look well while they are new? '
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AFTER PRICE IS FORGOTTEN.
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THEO. NYSTROM, Manager.
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THE CHURCH AND SECRET
ORDERS.
In another column will be found
though
its editor is a member of four of
them, for they are amply able to
take care of themselves, but we
extracts of the speeches made in
Salt Lake Sunday, by prominent
Mormon church officials, concerning
secret orders. All of the speakers
took strong ground against any
member of the L. D. S. church join
ing these orders. Some of the arg
uments they nut forth are, indeed,
ridiculous.
The principal point
made was that a man could not be
long to one of these orders and be
a good churchman.
Another point
as that the insurance paid bvsome
of these orders to the widow and
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orphans was a "mere pittance," for
which the man sacrificed his chances
of eternal life, to provide.
The Examiner doesn't propose to
defend the organizations,
want to call attention to the fact
that many of the members of some
of these organizations are Mormons,
and it woutd be hard to make these
believe that a lodge man cannot be
a good churchman, or that the in-;P
suranoe paid by some of thesi j
orders is a pittance to be dispised. j
The Catholic church has been the
foe of secret orders for years and
yet these orders have grown twice
It will be
The nomination of Dubois, as
senator, has cost the democrats
nearly every county in Southeastern
Idaho, and one of them, Fremont,
was the banner democratic county
to °- No wonder nearly all of the
democrats are taking sides against
ai, v more fusion.
as fast as the church,
so with the Mormon church.
If
they make open war on the secret
orders, the orders will
more rapidly than they do now right
in Utah and Idaho.
The Mormon church leaders
at liberty to attack the lodges if
they desire, but the lodges will
never return the compliment by at
tacking tbe church, and therein
they will have the strongest appeal
to the people.
grow even
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RROOf OF THE PUDDING.
The Salt Lake 'I ributie, and its j
^ aint ' reflection published at Pocatel-j
j * 0 ' P role8s to believe that Idaho has ;
ut a c I ,wn k under her wheel of j
j progress by electing the fusion «il
j ver ticket. The Salt Lake oracle J
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light by not being in touch with the ■
republican president," and further,
that the "Btate has been put back
ten years.
Everyone who has taken any
trouble to look the matter up knows
that these sheets are slobbering
over themselves, but there may be j
some who have not kept posted on *
this subject and to these, we cite the
following:
For examples, we will take Utah
and Wyoming, both as new and un
developed as Idaho, and having
equally as good natural resourcs as
this state. Both Wyoming and
Utah have republican state officials,
and have had, while Idaho has had
four years of fusion government,
only to make a record on.
According to the census this year
Idaho increased her population very
nearly 100 per cent, Wyoming only
50 per cent and Utah about 30 per
cent. Everyone knows that the
great bulk of Idaho's increase has
been in the last four years.
Again, more new companies have
been organized to do business in
Idaho under the fusion administra
tion than in Utah and Wyoming
put together.
More miles of new railway have
been built in Idaho than in either of
the other two states.
In fact Idaho has increased more
all the way round than both the
other states combined. This being
true, where are the grounds for the
There isn't any, and
Idaho will grow as fast in the fu
ture as it has in the past, under a
fusion administration, too.
says "decent people will s^ay clear
of this state," and the Gate city
wiseacre says, "we stand in our own
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Tribs' wail.
L. D. S. Meeting.
Elder* B. H. Roberts and C. D.
Fjeldsted of the First Council of

this city Saturda 7 afternoon.
| e>en i n g they addressed a large
audience up town. Elder Roberts
was the principal speaker, and took
as bis text the Ten Commandments,
admonishing the people to keep
those commandments.
great stress upon the one relating
to the profaning the name of the
Diety. Said it was a growing evil j
amongtheyoung men of Israel, and j
that it should be proclaimed against
in all the assemblies of the Saints.
He stated that in traveling amon
the people it became more and more
evident that this evil was a growing
one > and that it had got so far that
it was being practiced among the
ladies to a greater or lesser extent, J
an< I he implored all who are addict- !
ed to the habit of using the name I
of God in vain to refrain from it, [
Seventy's, visited the quorum in
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because," said he, '^there is a i
heavy penalty attached to the violât
ing of this commandment. In for- !
mer days the punishment for this
sin was capital, and it is as much a
sin now a* it was in former days."
The meeting was an unusually
large one, and the best of order and
attention was manifested.
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Prices em Flour.
Until further notice the Mont
pelier Rolling Mills will make the
I following prices on flour, delivered
■ to aiiy j, art 0 f t b c city:
High Patent, per 100 lbs, $1.40;
j where,
* orders to mill,
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500 pounds or over f 1.35 per hund
red.
Straight Grade, per 100 lbs, 11.30;
500 or more 11.28.
Family per 1000 lbs or over $1.25.
Our quality is unequalled auy
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You will find m our stock of
WINES AND LIQUORS thaï
which will please you.
The rare quality of all the good«
sell, the care to provide you with
the very best, is what insures
your satisfaction.
The absolute purity of these good»»
recommend them for medicinal
or social purposes.
Pints or quarts as you prefer.
RIT&R BROS. DRUG 60.
Logan, Utah, Franklin, Preston and
MONTPELIER. IDflftO.
we
Harness
PACK Saddles
RIDING SADDLES
and all kinds of
Stockmen's Supples
See us if you want to
Luy in this line,
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Kidd's Hirn» dop,
W. C. NYE, Manager.
fllsoi GjiaqDS, Spurs. Bridles
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