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9 * m m unw; w 9 K -S' tnj; i' 10 ■' » * 9 9 % »' 9 9 9 *and then see us fori *a BUCK'S RANGE.J £ You will find it pays| iin every way to buyj *the best., * fn One purchased now will* 55 last to cook the feast at* ^the goldop wedding. % See our 1901-1902 Ar m rivals. <r f 9 9 9 9 9 9 m 9 9 9 *Vb»° , n * I 9 $5*^*3^1555#' apparently, had attempted to: 9 * ( 9 : * 9 A 9 9 9 9 * ; 9 * * j 9 9 9 WCfi 9 » 9 9 ■9 9 Wk 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 . 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 *******, a >■■»#• Another Unfortunate The mutilated body of an un known tramp was discovered on the Wyoming <fc Southern railroad track south of Kemmerer ^Saturday and sent to the state hospital, man was still alive hut cannot live. He, hoard a train but fell beneath the wheels and was crushed aikd muti lated in a horrible manner.—Wyo ming Tribune. The Overcoat Sate. W e are c losing out all our txver coats at cost. If you want a fine garment at a dirt cheap price call and see our stock. All our boysrt>vercoats'go:fl,t cost too, and they are the best uf goods. Also all our mackintoshes will be closed out at cost. No such values • ever before offered in Montpelier. •Call and see. Wedel & Hansen. i 31 Tot Can»«» Night Alarm, "One might my brother's babv was taken with Croup." writes Ma?. J. C. iSnider, of Crittenden. K>y., "it seemed it would .-étranglé before we could get a gave it Dr. King's New iloctor, so we Discovery, which «rave .quick Relief and permanently cm.ed it We alw ays t eep it in the.house iu protect our -children ; from Group and W hooping Gough. It | .cured me of a chronic-bronchi«! trout le itli it no.other remedy would relieve. . r . . , ,. 1u Tii^.af Infallible tor Coughs, t olds, lliroai :and Lung trouble?.. 6» c and J 1.U0. 1 rid' •bottles free at Riter UroS Drug Co. American '(Cornw" on 0|»itim. According to the London JCxpres* the English importers of opium have (been advised (that rains .bave greatly iinjtired -the Turkish crop, and that what there is of the 'drug has hem * teatnfical" 1 Es? -'tae iisux, ïüz&fjJsM ; ( A Relic of Barbarism. The president of the United States, as ehief marshal thereof, through United States Marshal Glen Miller, as proxy or deputy, got up on the trail of the City of Ogden Saturday. Ogden was rounded up, berved with a writ, acknowledged the same .and promised to be in court when wanted under penalty of fac ing contempt proceedings. It is a custom of the federaleourt not generally understood by the public to issue subpoenas and other papers in the name of the president as chief marshal. Personal service is necessary, and as no deviation from the rule is made in cases where municipalities and corporations are involved, some strange appearing documents are the result. Consequent to the action begun by the Ogden Waterworks company against the city of Ogden on Fri day, it became necessary to serve a writ upon Ogden. Following is a brief excerpt from the paper turned over to Marshal MilAer by Clerk Jerrold Letcher when he set upon his journey: '"The President of the United States to Ogden City. Greeting: You are hereby commanded that XP U personally be and appear before the judges of the circuit court of the United States for the district of Utah, at the building used as the United States court house, in tie city of Salt Lake, in said dust ritt, upton the first Monday of November and answer to a billin equity £iled and exhibited against you in jsaid court. Upon reaching Ogden Glen Miller called loudly. "Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! The city .of Ogden is called upon to step forward and be subpoenaed!" Receiving n® respense other than the echo of his own voice, he sought out Mayor N. S. Browning, who in a case of this kind can >he; legally regarded as Ogden, and the writ was served. The ease will be bitterly contested bv both sides, it ,is said, and will result dn an inter esting tight.—Salt Lake Herald. 1 . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy SaxenJ His Hoy'» Life. "I Relieve I saved my (pine year old) »boy '8 life this winter w.ixh Chamberlain's 'Cough Remedy,"says A.M. Hoppe, Rio »Creek, is. "He was 8ochoke»l up.witb j.cnmp that lie could not speak. X »gave 1 it to ldm freely until he vumited an«l in a shol t time he was alright. " For sale »by F- A. Lyman. i Lot f Sa|jJ ; Fine lot on Washington street, | j d 00-foot front, .260 feet .hack, for sale j Ht a bargain. Property east .of and .... /</»/. » •» adjoiim G. C. Grav's residence. ) - Apply to the Examiner office for partiuulara. . 26. jEzplotlng -S» .of Ara!. A thorough exploration of the Sea oi Aral has been undertaken cm behalf »of jtfce .TirttewrtsB 3>x«tiCb of Ice J ta» •s ! an QßüjfxrtthiüA) tiJ* r IL. U. ; j Su ' rî - Mer. 60 # The Oldest. I J Most Reliable and mm FIRM in Bear Lake County, Carrying the most Complete Stock and best variety of General Merchandise to be found is South eastern Idaho, at prices surprisingly low. Our several departments consists of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Car pets. Furniture. Crockery. Hardware, Groceries, etc. Each of which is a store in itself. We guarantee our goods to be as represented GOODS DELIVERED FREE to any pari of the City. Telephone tsio. 38 , Burgoune Mr go. MONTPELIER, IDAHO, I ■III ■ »wk«« . «ar —. « ^S" gp. ^ vltSs»',.*3w I ■«Us y I If* m y. É4 m X i n / H / ¥ Habit m êk CA. / ¥1 y BURLINGTON TRAINS h&y.<e>a .c<f running •on time. 'They have a-"habit" oftoeing wulîl equipped. IThey haye a "habit" of .giving good «AFvice, •Habits are contagious. (People w*ho ride on t-he |Ru»r linaton acquirer, habit.of .using itf. an .preference >to any •other line. (Burlington trains leave T)an<ver.wt4:(J0 p. in. and >10,>00 •]>. id. for Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Loitia, EV'ERVWIIFRF.east. Train for Rkiok 'Hille »and Montana !eu,v(w ddup.ver 11:20 p. m Tickets .at o(hoes of Connecting Lines. / y ir-ji A r* et /; S'$ ;%y kt'* y 0 A A A A A r • % A . / M t: §y m y y ■s, A A I b / v. ■ ✓ y II :| ; / Ticket Of/ice 711 West -231^ 'Soirtl] H R. ff, JfjBSLm, «Grenentil Ageut ä^ike City. ,, Mym'AfL \ A X; -'<V" «V'- V VV.\ VaUK«*- < / / * A ■A >' t. I Ik,