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When you see our
Magnificent line of fall
and winter goods, you
are bound to find
REASONS why you
should buy of us by
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pride and confience
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we invite you to come and
see our complete stock of
Dry G o o d s, G r o c e r i e s,
Crockery, Glassware, Fur
niture, Carpets, Millinery,
etc. We have the largest
stock ever shown-in Bear
Lake county,and our prices
are BEDROCK. Come and
see what we have whether
you want to buy or not.
No trouble to show Goods.
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Ban Ik; of Montpelier
ESTflBLISHED 1891
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Paid up Capital, $20,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS:
J. W. STONER, Vice Pres.
0. STONGBEftG, Asst. Cashksr.
c. e. wttetiftND. rres.
G. G. GRAY. Cashier.
G. WEBSTER.
Montpelier.
Idaho.
We do Transcript and Brief
work at this office.
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L. O. T. n. Insufflation.
• Last Friday evening a large num
ber of invited guests repaired to the
the L. O. T. M. lodge room to wit
ness the public installation of that
lodge's new officers. Mrs. Ed Pur
till was the installing officer and
she did the work splendidly. After
the new officers had taken their
stations the lodge drill was given
and a short program, all of which
was magnificently rendered. A
splendid lunch followed and the
guests unanimously added another
token to the Bess as being the best
of entextaiuers.
Had to Conquer or Die.
"liras just about gone," writes Mrs.
Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Springs, N.
C-, "I had Consumption so bad that the
best doctors said I could not live more
than a month, but I began to use Dr.
King's-New Discovery and was wholly
cured by seven bottles and am now stout
and well." It's an unrivaled life saver
in Consumption, Pneumonia. LaGrippe
and Bronchitis; infallible for Coughs,
Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever, Croup or
Whooping Cough. Guaranteed bottles
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
Riter Bros, drug store.
Improvements at Diamondvllle.
A reporter for the Camera made
a brief visit to No. 4 mine, belong
ing to the Diamondville groupe last
Sunday, and was agreeably sur
prised. Twenty-four new houses,
built substantially of brick, are
erected and the major portion are
already occupied by horny handed
miners and their families. A frame
building is being built for temporary
use as a store building, but the com
pany proposes the ensuing season to
erect a more substantial and larger
edifice of brick.
Although the mine has been in
active operation but a few weeks
the output for December was over
600 car loads of coal and is continu
ally increasing. Two hundred and
fifty men are at present employed
and it is expected that fully 1000
will be on the pay roll ere the close
of the present year. For kind in
formation given by our old friend
Matthew Morrow are we indebted
as well as to Dr. Guyon for allowing
us to ride home behind his fast pac
ing horse "BrownBilly."—Camera.
A Fireman's Clos« Call.
I stuck to my engine, although every
joint ache 1 and every nerve waa racked
with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a lo
comotive fireman, of Burlington. Iowa,
"I was weak and pale, without any appe
tite and all run down. As I was about
to give up, I got a bottle of Electric "Bit
ters and, after taking it. J felt as well
as I ever did in my life,
ly. run down people always gain
life, strength and vigor from thefr
Try them, Satisfaction guaranteed by
Riter Bros, drug store.
Legislative Doings.
Senator Pugmire has introduced
a bill in the senate to repeal the
poll tax law.
Representative Howell has intro
duced a bill to amend the estray law.
Senator Pugmire has the thanks
of the Examiner for a batch of
ate bills, as far as the same have
been printed.
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Resolutions.
Whereas our Hea venly Father, in Hftfe
divine wisdom ,has seen fit to callhomè
a loved Mother in.out sister, MargüôriCe
Jarboe, therefore rbe Tb / t
Resolved that we the members of
Montpelier Hive, No. 4, Of the Ladies Of
the Mapcabees, hereby extend our heart
felt sympathy to the bereaved children,
and be it farther * '
Resolved that we drape our charter for
Shitty days, in memory of ouf departed
water, that à' copy of these rôSoîtftiOnè
be spread on the minutes of out .Hive,
a copy be furnished the family and a
copy be published in the Montpelier
Examiner.
l Jessie M. Bristol,
Committee \ Francis S. Smbatjö
{ Selma Linvall.
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Raising Hay vs. Wheat.
"I am going to put half of my
wheat land into alfalfa" is a remark
heard many times during the past
month by farmers of this section
and it is a good proposition. When
the farmers of this valley get. fully
established into diversified farming
they will find themselves much
more prosperous than they &ave
ever been. There has been a great
change In that respect during the
past tour or five years, but there is
still room for a greater change in
this direction. Only a few years
ago all the pork used m this vicinity
was shipped in from tfie east, and
now we are shipping hogs from this
section, and many who had not
thought of it before are now prepar
ing to engage in the stock business
either sheep or hogs. There is
much more money in raising hay
and feeding on the farm than theiè
is in raising wheat and shipping it
out of the country, giving ^he rail
road company all the profit. This
section of Idaho is too far * from
market to raise wheat for export;
it takes too much of it to get it to
market.
There is no question about
there being a market for hay for the
next four or five years at least, and
it requires less machinery and a
great deal less expense than the
raising of wheat. The farmer who
divides his farm into smaller
sec
tions of various grain and produce
is the farmer that will always find
a market that will bring him the
most money.—Register.
Gburcb Services.
CATHOLIC CHURCH
Saturday, Feb. 2, Candle Mass day
ser
Mass at 9 o'clock* Sunday Feb. 3,
vices at 10.80 sermon on the Sacrament
of Extreme Unction. Text: is any one
sick among yon let him bring in the
priests of the church, [not the elders of
the church as is proven by the Greek
context] " who shall anoint him in the
name of the Lord." J8t James verses
14,15.
Cateohisn 2:80 p. m.
Rev. W. J. A. Hendrickx.
President of Priest's League of Idaho.
CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN - CHURCH.
Sunday Services February 3rd.
Sabbath School at 10 o'clock.
Morning worship at 11 o dock subject :
"Four kinds of heavers.
Evening worship 7:30o'clock,subject:
'Some lessons from the snow."
Rev. Charles a Mudg*.. Pastor, '
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