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X X X x X X * X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X * * X X X X X X X X X X X mis space is reserved x X X ' ; X X X X X tor X X X X I X X X X Brennan & Davis. Montpelier, Idaho,; x X X X * X X X X X X X X ' X X X X X X X X X X X X X X' X X X X X X X x X SC X X X X X If X If X X X X s » ********************* -.,1, * * * ^ * .* * * ^ * We have an elegant fine of Goods suitable for ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Call and see our stock and get prices ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ . ♦ ♦ PLUMBING! PLUMBING! of all sorts quickly and satisfac torily attended to. Prices reason able. REMEMBER THE PLACE. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ TiNster s son MONTPELIER, IDAHO. Get the Examiner 14 month for $1.50. Notice* Notice is hereb}' given that the citi zens of Montpelier and vicinity, pre sented to thé board of county commis sioners of Bear Lake county, Idaho, at their regular meeting in October, 1902, a petition, praying for the organization of an irrigation district and accom panied said petition with a plat as re quired by section 2634 of the annotated code of Idaho, and have filled a good, and sufficient bond, approved by the board of county éommissioners in the sum of $500, and that in compliance with said petition and the provisions of said section 2634 of the annotated code of Idaho, the board of county commis sioners of Bear Lake county, Idaho, have fixed Friday, December 26th, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m , at the law office of Johu A. Bagley, in Montpelier. Bear Lake county, Idaho, as the time and place for a hearing upon 3aid petition, and all persons interested in this hear ing and those favoring or opposing the formation of said irrigation district, are hereby notified to appear before the board at said time and place, with their witnesses and furnish the board such information as they desire in this mat James E. Hart, Clerk of Board. Dated, Paris. Idaho, December 11. 1902. ter. 41-2 Foils À Deadly Attack My wife was'ro ill that good phvsi w rites cian were unable to h*dp her. M. M Austin, of Winchester Ind., "but 9 9 ■vas completely cured by Dr, Kin. 's New Life Pills.'' They work wi nders in Stomach and Liver troubles- Cures constipation, sick headaches. 23c at Riter Bros. Drug store. Estray Law* Estrays may be taken up at any time after Nov. 1st until April 30th of each year. Within ten days after taking up, if the owner of the estray is unknown, the taker-up must file with the county auditor notice giving the marks brands etc., natural or artificial, also the and the address of the taker-up. A notice also must be published in the newspaper published nearest the place where the animal was taken up. The auditor is entitled to 50 cents for recording and the paper $1 for publishing each notice wnich fee must be paid in advance by the taker-up. If the owner of the estray does not appear within forty days from the tune the notice is filed with the auditor and sub a name news stantiale his claim and pay all charges, including publication and recording fees, the taker-up cause same to be sold by the sheriff or constable of the precinct in which the animal was.takeu .up, by giving at least ten days' notice prior to the sale, by posting three notices in as many conspicuous places. The ta may ker up in allowed ten cents per day for feeding, but cannot ohirg.3 lor j more than live days prior to tilmg the notice. Where the animal has i no brands or marks, or the same are indistinct, a witness muse be called in, who shall also carefully examine the animal and whose name must ae company the notice. »- ■■ No Anti-Polygamy Amendment« The House committee on judiciary Saturday took up for consideration the joint resolutions introduced in the House proposing an amendment to the Constitution to disqualify persons found guilty of polygamy from holding office and to prohibit polygamy. By a vote of seven to six it was decided not to report any of the measures to the House. A Liberal Offer. The undersiged will give a free sam. pie of Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach bil ousness or constipation. This is a new remedy and a good one. Against Sheepmen* The supreme court has affirmed the judgments of the district court for Oneida county in what are known as the Utah sheep cases. These were the case of state vs. J. T. Keller, Lewis Simpson, Ed Hill and Charles R. Read, four cases in all. The opinion of the court is in the case against Keller, and is made to apply to all the others. These men were each convicted on a charge of driving sheep into the state from Utah in violation of the governor's proclamation and each was fined $ 200 . Horses Lost* One brown mare, weight about 1,000 lbs., branded quarter circle JR on right or left thigh. One bay horse, weight about. 1,000 lbs. brand quarter circle JR in same place as mare. $5.00 reward will be paid for inform ation leading to their recovery. Apply at this office. BEFORE YOU BUY Call and see what the Oak-, lev Furniture Co. can save you. Remember, he carries the best of new goods as well as second hand. If you are tired of your old furniture he will exchange witli you for new. Don't put down your old carpets but come and get new oues for them. A $100.00 bedroom suit for $40.00 A $60.00 A fine one for Another for $18 bed Lounge for The finest couch $30.00 $25.0u $ 20.00 $ 10.00 44 44 $9.50 44 A $70 White Sewing Mach. $12.50 ' j a tor « « . ■ ( rA ' A $35 ha " tKe f ° f ' * J0 - C0 i A store full of good . * goods at half cost. OAKLEY'S FURNITURE CO Montpelier. Idaho.