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PA1NTERS and . . PAPERHANGERS Montpelier« Idaho. For a Firstclass HfURGUT Of SHAVE Go to Pete Fuller's Shop FINE BATHS. PROFESSIONAL CARDS jg E, CHALMERS, Attorney at I^aw. Bla ck£o ot Idatio Dr. a A. HOOVER, fhysiGlan and Surgeon, ♦Calls attended throughout South eastern Idaho. MOKTPEUÇR I IMHO J A, EAGLEY, Attorney at Law, Defenses tn Criminal Cases a Speciality. ■MONTPELIER IDAHO. TNOS, L. GLENN. Attomey at L«w Office third door cast of Bank, E Washington Avenue. MONTPELIER. : •: : IDAHO BUY THE IS® f SEWING MACHINE -Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine for •$20.00. This kind-of a machine can •be bought from us or any of our -dealers from $15.00 to $18.00. THffi HEW HOME ÏS THE BEST, Double Feedl combined with other tffiïÂiT J wc make: a variety. 'Write for CIRCULARS showing the dif ferent styles of Hewing Machines Vf a manufacture and prices before purchasing THE HEW HOME SEWIH6 »A6HIKE 60. ORNNGC, MASS. fJB Union Sq. N. 'Chicago, 111 ., Atlanta, Ga* Sst.JjOuis.Mo., Dallas,Tex., San JCraneisoo, Gâl IFOR SALE B-Y We have'a line f o , Stock ffKTJFJCATES F »• THE EXAMINER. Published Weekly. EMtered ttee postedee at Montpelier Idaho as «cond-clasB ana tier TEEMS OF SCfBSCEIPriOn. Otic year. . Six months. 1 50 1 00 C1IAS. JE. HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. Advertising Rates DISPLAY ADS—75 cents inch single column per month, any page except the first and fifth. $1 per inch, single column, per month on first and fifth .pages. Special dis on large space and tong time contracts. READING LOCALS—5 cents à line each insertion. LEGAL NOTICES — $i inch first insertion, 50 cents an inch each subsequent insertion, pareil measurement. Cards of Thanks," 50 ots. each. Resolutions 2 cents a line. No deviation from above rates. Statements rendered monthly. per per non et Montpelier, Idaho, -Get. 4, 1901. - Old Bear Lake bas laid sjill flor nearly 35 years to suddeq aDd find ifcself county. awake a miudfàl and oil Caldwell is advertizing Tor a 'couple who want to get married at 'their fair gronnds. From appear ances Montpelier could furnish a dozen or «o fordhé occasion; With copper mines, oil fields, 'canal projects and a general rustling all 'round, the average Montpelier may be excused for having feeling slightly akin to that of \millionaire. / ite Pofrfbss-may—be Occupying "the prospective office seeker, but the average Bear Laker hasrri't time te worry over such minds of some ° 8 ' Over to England a general went to a foreign country te do a Tittle fighting with-some of his country's rrr Af,er half flui8hins thc j°o l |e returned home and 'got * 500 ' 000 f « r *• task. In theFniteS States on admir al, in charge of a fi.-et, battled w th an enem . v ' 8 sunk ai.d captured the wliole business, .and sineedus return home be has bee n ary, lMte<beea -capture 1 by fcrigauds ' un Turkey anS 'is hold for mmma hi 1 AheattOimtaiufc. JLf Alias Jätonc uidf jumping sideways 4© keep from being cashiered out of the navy. Miss'Stone,son Amemcan «»ks km others ol the missionaries would confine their labors to the tens of thousands of people at home, who need them and with whom they would be safe, all hands would profit thereby. There would be a lot less need of warships and armies, and Boxer movements would be un heard of. These missionaries go into hostile countries and after get ting into trouble call upon their oountry'e government to help them out, when if they had stayed at home, where their services are more needed and more appreciated, there wouldn't be any need of America getting tangled up with half -civil ized savages. No American mis sionary ought to be allowed in any foreign country without permission of his or her government, and the government ought to grant this per mission only when they know the countries are safe. Star Valley Items. Afton is the most isolated place in the world and i<* citizens have not even public spirit enough to assist in putting in 50 miles of telephone li»e which would place us in direct communication with the entire civil ized world. Bah! Arthur Findlay, a first class ton soriai artist of Paris, Idaho, will open a barber shop in Afton shortly. This is a much needed enterprise and we hope to see at least the male portion of the community support it. Barber Bros., of Freedom, who have long been residents of the low er valley, Lave sold out and moved with their fimilies back to Cache valley. The Pioneer is sorry to lese such good people and their go ing away will be most generally •gretted. Dr. Stoughton äs leave Affton permanently .and will •bake his future home in Connecti cut. Mrs. Stoughton will spend the /Winter in California, with her moth er. The people of Star Valley loth to part with these good people anil will wish them 'God's speed._ Pioneer. re preparing to are flore Sheep Killed. A report comes over from Star valley that a-sheepman named Ander son was driving a bunch of sheep Through that section, when some parties rode up in the night rand shot about :25 head *nd wounded I several more. When the herder! went out te see what was going on, j he was covored with guns and told j te go back. How much truth there is in the story we have been unable to learn. Clean 'Em Out. "Since the people haye voted*£e do it, wvhy don't those 4n power go-in and clean out the Philippine Islands of «ill «t>med .resistance. Such ial fame .as that of last .'Sunday, are esilö»lated to Tiring stpuoach uipou the-American fgo\*oiu»B-ent, %ee«iee atM-iumaies* .wanfewjf1 Conference Visitors. A large number of people from this and adjoining valleys left for Salt Lake this week to attend con ference. Among those who went J. H. Grimmetl and Joe Robi were son who have been called on Mutual Improvement association work in other sections. They will probably be gone till spring. Mrs. Robison accompanies Joe in his labors. A W»rd To Trant-1er«. The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrohea, and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrohea Remedy. Fcr sale by F. A. Lyman. Unlucky Thirteen. The superstitious will find much food for thought in the following facts connected with the death of the president: Friday was the thir teenth day of the month. It was also the 256th day of the year. Two, •five and. six make thirteen. It was on Friday that he lost consciousness and the end was practically th Again, the cabalistic figures appear in the number of physicians at the dying man's bedside There thirteen doctors there. Another impressive fact to the mind of those who are convinced they observe the finger-of fate in small things is that former President Harrison died just ths before McKinley, and his demise occurred-on the 13th._ Denver News. ere. were six mon Why It Was Done. Last week some of the cases theep in court were dismissed and the reason as stated by Inspector Lowe, was that the owners bad i in a measure complied with part of th reqiiriraients -of the law and they plead that they were not aware of the -other provisions, but would gladly havefulfilled them too. They disclaimed away intention of violat es the statutes and promised a faithful observance of them an the future. e They were willing -to pay county had ,so far been to, and upon this showing the cases were dismissed. all costs that the It is becoming evident that In spector Lowe and Mb deputies going to enforce the law to the let ter and those interested might as well .know thi time. are s now -as any other Mr. Lowe will lar attention to Bear Lake pay pa I ticu cwunty, as this section has been-one of the greatest sufferers from herds. prowling everyone now on fulfills requirements or suffer the He will see that who comes in from the laws penalties. Stepped Into LAve Coals. !l ( 'hiM 1 burned mv font frightfully.« writes W. H. Eads of JonesEdlle, 'Va.„-.which caused horrible le S fur 30 years, but Rucktetf,'» ;' a ' VK whdlly cured me after lse . fiU,e< * " infallible f.,r mi» / üJu ***** " Wuhan