WHY NOT BE COMFORTABLE?
You can get stoves that will keep you warm night and
day—you can get others that won't. There is only
one best—it is spelled S-T-E-W-A-R-T.
And, by the way, do you know
that there is all the difference in the world in Hot
Borne are built to insure the dealer a big
' profit, (never mind the customer) some on honor
and for service.
are steel—ask your dealer which his is.
no cheap sheet iron used oil t he Stewar t.
Some are planish- d iron—some
I AIR TIGHTS-The acme of stove science.
OAKS, WOOD HEATERS, COOKS and
RANGES for WOOD or COAL.
STEWART STEEL RANGES are world fa
Do you want the BEST, or will you pay
nearly as much for cheap goods that
look well while they are new?
QUALITY IS REMEMBERED LONG
AFTER PRICE IS FORGOTTEN.
go od- Wagon & Machine Go.
THEO. NYSTROM, Manager.
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Rather more than half the people who go east
via Denver take the Burlington Route.
The only thing they wonder at—outside of the
excellence of the service—is why the other* halt
doesn't go the sarflue way.
No wonder they wonder.
Bmimgton trains for Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City,
a*<ISt. Louiâ, leave Denver at 4.00 p. tn. and lO.Ofj p. m
Train for Black HilLs leaves Dearer 11.20 p. m.
Ticket» at Offices of Connecting Liuss.*
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Salt Lake Offi^ei « T 9 West 2 nd. ISouthSt.
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"d B. F. Nkslbx,. General Agent..
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- Ad}mirre<l session of thé Board of'
The Heard met at 2 o'clock p. m. Jou
2nd 1901. *
Present O. Transtrnm Jr.. Chairman. (
Constant Webster and Philemon Lind
say, Conunisjsioiiers and James E. Hart}
Clerk, when the following pvooeedinics
were had to-wit: '
3 he uakl Board having met to np*
pro\ t: of the refunding bonds of Bear
l ake County and the said bonds leuitf
detained by the Postmaster of Paris by
reason of their being improperly ad
dressed. Said Board adjourned until
Jan. 3rd 1901, after transacting the fol
The Board hereby .appoints O. Trans
trum Jr. a delegate to the National Live
Sto k Association, to beheld at Salt
Lake City, Utah, on the 15th day of
The following bill wns aTowed and
warrant ordered drawn on the Current
L. T. Shepherd amount advanced
Ordered that this Board do now ail
journ until tomorrow at 12 o'clock Jan.
James E. Hart,
O. Transtrum, Jr.
The Board met pursuant to ailjoinn
tnont at 12 o'clock at the court house
Jan 3rd 1901.
Present O. Transtrum. Jr. Conslant
Webster aud Philemon Lindsay Com
missioners and James E. Hart, Clerk
when the following proceedings were
The Ihmds for the refunding of the
outstanding County indebtedness hav
ing been duly presented, the Board
after being fully a 1 vised of and concern
j ihg same were duly aoeepted and signed
j as provided by law,, and the same are ]
S hereby dectared to be the refunding,
j bonds of said County.
1 this Board do now adjourn sine die.
James E'. Hart,
O Tmnstrum, Jr.
Dkau Editor;-—L ast Sunday the
Catholic cfiurch was filled with peo
ple, assisting at the Solemn High 1
mass sung by the Rev. Anthony
Moore of LaGrande, Oregon, Father
Ilendrickx presiding at the organ.
All who attended, unanimously
assert that they were highly delight
ed* with the singing and eloquent
words of the ltev. gentlemen.
Then* voices were as a silver bell
and the climax was reached, wbeu
the most difficult Gregorian Chant
was- executed?on tfie organ in the
famous Mass, called "Missa Angc
lorum'* composed in the 13tli cen
The sermou was most convincing,,
proving .that St. 1 Paul, who after -
wards was going to. convert; mj
many, was himself converted by the |
teaching authority of Ghnvt's true j
Priesthood, and-not l>y the reading
of the dead letter of a book or uS<
Wir congratulate LaGrande and
Montpelier of having - such staunch
defenders of the trite Faith, that u
in Christ Jesus.
K Closk Obskuvkr.
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