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BRIGHAM YOUNG COLLEGE
LOGAN, UTAH* Latter-day Saint's'Scientific and Normal School* Opens Sept* 18, 1902. Strong Faculty. Excellent Equipment* Work accepted in leading Colleges and Universities of the United States, without question* COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT. Up to date and thorough in all respects. HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. Couses: Classical, Scientific, Normal, Business, Industrial, Mechanic Arts, Domestic and Missionary, giving instructions in the fallowing subjects: Theology. English, Mathematics. History, Languages, Bookkeeping, Commercial Law, Stenography, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Preparatory students may elect some practical work. Fees $ii.oo. Send for Catalogue Pedagogy, Psychology, Sewing, Agricultural Cooking, Carpentry, Training, Dressmaking. Horticulture Child Study. Zoology. Civics, Physics, Chemistry. botany. Montpelier Stage Ço. THE MONTPELIER STAGE CO. Running daily stages, (except Sunday) from_ Montpelier to Randolph, Utah. —AND Montpelier to Afton, Wyoming, Carrying U.S. Mails,-Pas sengers and Express. Passenger and express rates commensurate with first class, quick service. U. s. MAIL STAGES. FINE NEW STAGES, FAST Horses, Careful Drivers. Montpelier Office win be at the EXAMINER OFFICE. Meal station along the routes. CHAS. E. HARRIS, Prop. YOU WANT CAMPAIGN NEWS. - THE EXAMINER= Will furnish them* Subscribe Now ♦ CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given that the Democratic County Con vention will be held in the opera house at Montpelier, Idaho, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., September 29th, 1902. Said convention will be held for the placing in nomina tion persons to be voted for at the coming election to be held Nov. 4th, 1902, to fill the following offices namely: One member of the State Senate. Two members of the House of Representatives. One County Commissioner 1st District. 2nd 4 4 4 * t 4 * 4 3rd 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 One Sheriff. One Clerk of the Dist. Court & Ex-Officio Auditor an Recorder. One County Attorney. One Probate Judge. One Assessor & Collector. One Treasurer. One Superintendent of Public Instruction. One Surveyor One Coroner. All delegates should come prepared to name their se al precinct officers and to attend any other business that may properly come before the convention. The precinct Committeemen are requested to make the necessary arrangements for Primaries in their respective precincts on Saturday, September 27th, 1902, at 8 p. m., for the purpose of electing delegates to attend the Convention at Montpelier as aforesaid. The representation of the different precincts in Convention will be as follows: Fish Haven, St. Charles, Bloomington, Paris, Ovid, Lanark, Liberty, Sharon, Dingle, Thomas Fork, ver said • > Warbboro, East Montpelier, West Montpelier, Bennington, Georgetown, Berne, Nou nan, Eight Mile, Crow Creek, Pegram, •j , * - > 6 o 4 8 9 4'2 2 3 1 1 9 2 9 9 3 1 9 1 Geneva, By order of the County Democratic Executive Com 1 mittee. To Celebrate* The Ladies of the Maccabees of the World will celebrate our tenth anniver throughout the Jurisdiction all Hives I holding simultaneous meetings in every state, territory and province, October 1, | 1902 at 8 o'clock in the evening. sary, There is to be a great rally ; We are proud to be able to say Mont- J pelier Hi\e No. 4 will not be the v least j of them, having a membership of over j 50 Ladies and our Hive in a good finan- j cial condition. j We hold our celebration in the Odd j Fellows Hall Oct. 1st. 1902 with pro- ] gram and supper. The Ladies of the j Maccabeees will issue a ( invitations to : their friends. All visiting members in town will please consider this an invita tion to attend. Frances S. Smeath. Record Keeper* Corn-buskers' sprained wrists, barbed wire cuts and surfins, or cuts feom anv other cause, are BALLARD'S SNOW OINTMENT prompt applied. Price, 25 and 50fc. quickly healed when 18 ♦ ! Gem of the Mountain Club. The Gem of the Mountain Club held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. M. J. Whitman, Sept. 20th, 1902. The motto for the day, "Ho. Lord of Hosts be with us vet, Lest we forget, Lest we forget." The usual order of business was then taken up our president giving us 15 minutesParlimentary drill- Mrs. Brady gave a reading, Kipling's Reces sional. Miss Enderle gave a guessing paper on the sobriquets of great Question, when was the golden age of English literature? men. Answer In the reign of Queen Elizabeth. It was de cided to commence our reading of David Harum at our next regular meeting at the home of Mrs Gee Sept. 27th. 1902. F. S. Smeath, Reporter, Selling Out at Cost* We are selling out our entire stock of Call general merchandise at cost, early and get bargains in anything \ve carry We haye an immense stock and are going tc make some exceptional bargains. A Mrs. Ellen Douglas.