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The Idaho Falls Register does not wholly agree with the Examiner I " «0 the W method of deposing o the county printing, and it pro duces such a good argument against us that we copy it in full below. After publishing our idea of the matter the RcgUter «hieb i. a republican paper, says: W« do not agree with theExAMiNER concerning this matter, the law is all right as it is. and does not require any amending. "To the victor belongs the spoils"'!» as true in connection in this matter as any other. If the board of county commissioners are democrats, then the proceedings and all newspaper advertising belongs to the democratic paper, ar.d all the talk about the poor ; t ax payers being robbed is nothing but nonsense; all there is to it is the cry of the fellow who gets left when the board seks for bids. 1 he commissioners havo the power to cut a bill down if the price is too high, and it is an easy mat ter for them to ascertain what the price ought to be. In this county the board for the past two years has been democratic, or fusion, and exceedingly partisan at that. All the printing 'J he Register has received from the county was what tho other fellows could not do. or did and the ofiieers would not uaa it, and came to The Register to get some that they could use. The county raid for the other, but it did not am mo ou ount to much, thoy paid a great deal more for other things that were of no more benefit. loard to give it any of the county work orpublsh the proceedings, it usually published the proceedings a week Le fore the official papers did by paying to 1 ave a copy made. The present board is republican, and the printing is being divided between the two republican papers,and we will wager a hat that no «ounty in tho state is getting better v erk or at a less price. The papers of the county usually do *nongh gratuitous work for the county The Register has neyer asked the Burlington v ..v J«*«®« dSNSTjar y jÇ- ST -V. \ Route * n ft % k* LA Y p |?1 $ x. M': NO i Y/ THeo Wonder 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 same way. No wonder they wonder. y'% y , / ■* <A / l / /t y* u i I k>. S? >< St 1 a n Burlington trains for Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, and St. Lonis, leave Denver at 4.00 p. m. and 10.00 p. x* Train for Black Htlfc leaves Denver 11.20 p. Ticket» at Offices of Connecting Lines. « 79 West 2n<L 8outh SI. R. F. Neslen, General Agent. ^ : ar in. a <n. '*1 m Salt Lake Office. ? a « to pay for anything they get over a fair price for the work they do. I In ***** Lake county the Examiner ' X-IÄ Z \ did it well, and in all probability was ! the means of electing them, while the other paper is mostly printed in Salt ; Lake City, and it would be an improve %?£££?*?J2£? t TZ county printing, and should have been ; awarded it without a bid. ^ ° hope the members of the legisla tare will look at the matter in a reason- i able and common sense light, and not tinker with the law as it now stand», It is good enough as it is When a newspaper gets ont and makes a hard fight for candidates and they win the spoils should go with the ; winners, let the paper take its defeat with the candidate and quit, j est and penalties, as payment of the entire amount so charged | against the property. 0 r „ r -» r a , To James M, Stevens, county at , J torney of Bingham county ;.that pi o bate judges could not receive fees, for taking testimony m preliminary j examinations, charged against the . coun ty, nor could they employ a j to flore Opinions. Attorney General Martin render ed the following opinions baturday: To A. M. Sinnott, county attor ney of Elmore; that county commis sioners have no authority to author ize a tax collector to accept a part of the amount charged against property as delinquent taxes inter in full stenographer to take such testimony at the expense of the county. George E. Keyes, auditor and re corder of Custer county; that the county commissioners have no authority to contract for the build ing of a bridge to cost $7,000 with out first submitting the question to a vote of the people of the county, That the fees of county officers be- * , t o the county, and not the of «-a, and that county officer, met charge and collect fees for all ser vices rendered, except in cases of pension matters. •* I-«» county; that the conntie. are charged with the duty of keep ing the state wagon roads in repair the various counties thiough A. W. Talkington, county clerk which they are constructed—Capi tal All A Flrtmu'i Close Call. I stack to my engine, although every joint ache 1 and every nerve was 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 aud, after taking it/ I felt as well as I ever did in my life, ly, run down peoplo always gain new life, strength and vigor from thefr use Try them, Satisfaction guaranteed by Riter Bros drugstore. Brice 50 cents. « . tf Weak, sick Death of Dr. Maescr. Dr. Karl G. Maeser, the great L. D. S. Sunday school teacher and worker, died ill Salt Lake last Saturday afternoon and was buried on Tuesday in that city. a Working Overtime. Eight hour law* are ignore.! by those ; tirele*«, little workers—Dr. King's New Life Pills. Millions are always at work night and day, curing Indigestion, Bil iousness, Constipation, Sick Headache and all Stomach, Liver and Bowel Kwsy, pleasant, safe, sure. . Riter Bros, drug store. troubles. Only 25c at Additions! Locals WANTED-At Miss Michel's Dress Making parlors, an apprentice girl to learn dressmaking. See that special bargain counter at H. B. 'Whitman's. It contains lamps, tea kettles and slop pails at 85 cent« each. A fine fresh stock of dried and evapor ated fruits just in at H. B. Whitman's W V.N ) — Everybody to smoke "W ALDINE" cigars. H. R. Grco, agent. Best cigar on the market. Ben Miller, whom many of our people know, is now deputy sheriff in tie county in which he lives in Montaua. 44 48 47 In the futnre there will be kept for immediate service a bloodhound special, ready at all times to ran to the scene < f all hold-nps that may take place on the i ^ **• an< * Oregon Short Line from this J time forward. The hounds will take I up the scent and run the robbers down. —Green River Star. , A man not a hundred miles from ' Green River who takes a city paper be cause he can net more reading matt' r than in his home paper, read an adver tisement of a pocket fire escape. He sent a dollar, and a few days ago r< - eeived a New Testament.—star. A Caavlndof Answer. 1 hobbled into Mr. Phi"k axon's drug store one evening," says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton, Ga., "ami he asked me to try Chainherlaid's Pain Balm for rheu matism with which t had suffered for a long time. I told him I hail nc faith in any ntedirine as they all failed He said : ''Well if Cnaruberlam'd Pain Balm does not help you, you need not pay f< r it.' I took a bottle of it home and used it according to directions and in ona week 1 nw cured, and haye not since been troubled with rheumatism.*^ fc'oldi by Hoover's Diug Store. ? LI C* H <>' * ** " "VVIV I H/fAIIMT/UM MOUNTAIN KT fT\X/0 iNl JlL W Denver, Co!ara,do. DAILY AND WEEKLY. 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