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Physicians and Surgeons for Sick Sv Etc,, Removed without Pain. Aiso prepared to do all kinds of ROOr GUTTERING. 7 [ t STOVE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Idaho. Montpelier, aaxass Banly of Montpelier ESTABLISHED IS9I. Paid up Capital, $20,000 Transact« a General Banking' Business. -OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: J. IV. STONER, Vice Pres. 0. SPONGBERG, f\sst. Gasliier. ! G. G. GRf\y. Cashier. J I G. C. WilEELflND. Pres. G. WEBSTER. IdallO. ■ | Montpelier, A \ ■ \ V X , X, XX AX \ v; X ; X \ \ \ X .-X X X V / y / V Corner ot teiasbinciton live -an& lotb street. £ aEEtSas -^s / / / A HE . . / / / / y y / / 'B / / i Palace Saloon. J. F. O'CONNOR, Prop. >■ vrx. 's: c* < : y / / / finest OTines, Xtquors anî> Cigare. WO NT PH LI ER. .X X X X X XX X X X X X X X X X X XX X X \ y y y ■ e / IDAHO. j> "I X X XX We do Transcript and Brief work at tfiis office / Ö0DÜ b™. * /Pin iJU^H P fl ^ g B . SB PÛ J tfpvpvl V «I I V Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of tha digestants and digests ail kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never faiis tocure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It j prevents formation of gas on the stom . ach, relieving all distress after eating. ! Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant to take. St can f t tieKga ftGGDiiiodatians ! FOR Travelers and Teams . . . Can bë had at GAMP GiVEOUT Erot d© you good PrenarefloDly •»031. battis by E. O. De W rrr & Oo., Chicago e coctaiasKH i aies the 50t. .Ye HARRIS. PROF. ^IOOA2 3 » tice compel a gniitv man to avow his secret crime in order to save the , . . „ , neck ol the innocent man. ouch acts of justice, patience and heroism are not uncommon in the Christain ! Religion; hut they would have been deemed prodigies of virtue in pagan i . • ... ' . times, hinallv some max say: ' .. . "let knowledge be diffused over the iand.*' i Mental culture, knowledge and : education are right and useful when j founded on religion, but the ex peri-j ence of all nations, shows it to be a 1 : ,* I 7.V Sllf jl. öici'lt of Itself to make us virt- j nous men. Just at the time that. I very great illusion to suppose that diffusion of knowledge the great Roman ! î Empire had reached the highest degree of men culture, it was sunk in tlie low rst de pth of vice and corruption, 1 he Persian Empire, according to tin'testimony of Plato and all other i historians, perished on account of I , . . , , I tue vicious mental culture and wrong j education of its rulers. The voice : of conscience wasdrowned bv*the ; cajitivating cries -of passion and they i grow up monsters of lust, rapine and oppression, governed by no law j ■save the instincts of their brutal ; Statistics here in the I . S. do not prove that y ice recedes in Î nature. proporation as public education ad vances. Our newspapers are every i c ,, da > of tlie yw startling ■ accounts of deep-laid schemes of j i burglary, bank defalcations, pre meditated murders, and acts ot re _ j ■ ; These enormities are perpre tated for .the most part, not by un lettered men, but by of consumma te address. skill and educational „A*" fined, shrewdly executed lascivious- ; ness. criminals i . » fa laments, as the records in our penitentiaries fully testify unto. Reing afraid of having trespassed kindness of the . 1 V. nl bring this essay to a close by stating that Ï already Editor and the patience of tne read-' t'ne on ers cf the Examiner, hope oij having thrown some light pon that great principle of life, the noble human soul, of having suf-! !... . , f.ciently proved to the unprejudiced who sincerely longs for the truth, that the belief in the exist-1 u man, once of the hum u soul is truly founded on the power of human reason alone, . . with out there benug any need of having recourse to God's revelation and the great principles of religion. Beware then, my dear friends beware of believing all you hear of one-sided men, who never examine t ] ie other side of the question, be ware of all new systems and fads in religion, so numerously hatched out . * . , *. , . , 1,1 our days by vagaries of mind, knowing for certain that what is* , , : ,, ... ' lu f t§00d m these religious fads A not new bn ana mp/tim ° j „ ft uy any minus, and ait that IS new HI them tint, dnnrl - * Rev. W. J. A. Ilendrickx. Astuumlt-ii tile E(iU»r. Editor S. A. Brown, of Bennettville, was once immensely surprised, •Through long suffering from Dyspep s. c. sût," lie writes, "my wife was greatly T»» (k)wn - 8h<i 1,0 vigor and suffered great distress from , , , . , , , . , . . , . her stomach, but ehe tried Meetru; Bit* terH wllil . h i H l ,.e.t her ator.ee, an.., after using four bottles, she is entirely well, can eat anything. ■tonic, and its gentle laxative quali'hs I or in It's ft gram are splendid for torpid liver, r digestion. Loss of Ap; etit<\ Stonuu ii an<î Liver troubles it's a positiv* 1 guur ant.eed eure. Only 50c at Ititer 1'rus. COM)! lèSIOX i!RS I'liOUKl!Id JN ( The Board met pursuant to adjourn ment at 1!) o'clock a. m. Aug 19th 1901. Present H. U. Hoff Chairman, Nais C. Nelson, Jr and Philemon Lindsay Cmu missioners, and James K. Kart Clerk, when the following proceedings were had to-wit: In the matter of the petition of John Fox et. al. of Paris for a chance in the road at or near the residence of the said John Fox in Paris canyon. Pending the lime of tiling said petition and this date a road has been constructed bat in v *** w oi the filet that the same is not entirely satisfactory to the people, it in iigivmd by tho w -jj said John Fox that he make a good p rue table road next spring, one which the people will an prove and r the said Fox that he will give A. J. ccept. It is also agreed by Groebli a right of way through and over his land. In the matter of the application of John A. Sutton Sr., for the removal of certain alleged obstructions from wmr; is, known as the leading toward the '•Outlet." "bnudebery Load,'' L After hearing the testimony of a Der of parties the matter iahe uuder üonaideratioa l>y the It is hereby ordered that the m am of $100.09 be and the same is hereby num bytaken »P* propriated out of the Road and Bridge b mid for the purpose of improvements in t he Star valley road - .... pended under the directioi Moore and 1 „ 11 """— $7.> to be ex - a of George ô under the direction of Joau A - Perkiris - The districts of i he are denned above named overseers as John A. Perkins from Montpelier to a point one and one half mile down th canyon from Give-out Grorge Moore from tin,* but named b'-iat a distance of 10 miles. ■ The tir.st b eiu g district No. 17; the latter No. iy. Up on the representation Penury that he had lost warrent No. 4*)<j which was issued July 12th, *1893 in favor of Justice Puguiire for the or Orson sum it is hereby ordered that the cl ^ rk ' ssne tl duplicate warrant. ..f c °nfoia.iü 7 '*i>n an act entitled An act Proviuing fora bountv for the killing of coyotes, b nx, and wild cats. And providing for the payment of the same It is hereby ordered that a special tax of one cent per head upon within the all sheep assessrble county of Bear Lake he and the same is hereby levied and the assessor and collector of said county is instructed to collect the Ha 'd sum,of one Cent as aforesaid at the same time and in the j Attest. Ja3. E. Hart, Clerk Slabs sawed i for . • order' °, lL Ex a.mi 18 Mo •same manner as county and State taxes are collected. Ordered that this board do journ sine die. now ad H. H. Hoff, Chairman. Slabs lor 5al3. into firewood lengths, any quantity. J- A. Bag-ley's ofiic Leave s at e or at 1TKM151Î IjVMIîRB Co. Lot for Sale. Fine lot on Washington street, 100-loot front, 260 feet hack, for sal * at a bargain. Property east of and adjoins G. C. Gray's residence. Apply to the Ex particulars. * AMîtïEK office for i.0.