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The MONTPELIER EXAMINER
. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY, 8 U BSCRIPTK ) N RATES: $1.00 in advance. • i »no War. Six Months, $1.00! Entered at the postoPriee at Montpelier. Idaho, a« second class matter . . — — ----■ • ... J — ii . __ __ _j _ — m*mm — Montpelier, Idaho, July 17 . 1903 . The season foi- kHling s.ige chickens opened last Wed nesday. anti from now on little tiv r e and toothsome chick. mercy will be shown the fes Jim Hawley will give Boise a first class administration, He has the backbone to enforce the laws of the state in re-j '>nrd too-;unblino- and other vices, and he will do it. The day* of the tinhorn in Idaho is fast nearing an end. Only a few! towns now remain for these parasites, and before long these eines will arise and elect men who WILL stop the evil. The Examiner wishes Mr. Hawley success In his new office. Every fisherman who has been out in the hills thus far. * nas noticed and remarked about the good results that have' followed the strict enforcement of the fish and game law this! If one season brings about such a change what may j we look for after a few years? Surely Bear Lake will be a hunter's paradise, the like of the Indian's year. which can not be equalled in j Let the good work i happy hunting grounds. 4 4 '1 continue. j Lewiston and Albion, and state Academy at addition to these there are colleges and •Lc-ubmi«« lt n , , SBElSipSISr. there is no excuse for young Idaho growing up without ' _ _ , r> t -, ~ : - Pope Leo surprised the world by hanging on to life for days after it was thought he was so close to death. His long , e ,s ony an °ther evidence that simple living and regular hours is conducive to long life. The Pope, although endowed with untold riches, which could have bought for him every pleasure of life, should he so desired, was after all satisfied with the simplest of diet, which, with plenty of outdoor ex ercise, gave him the vitality to withstand 93 years of the world's trials and tribulations and to finally keep death at bay for days and weeks. He will go down to history of the longest lived and most illustrious of cl first class education. I as one papal rulers. Red Tag Binding Twine is much cheaper at the price we are selling it for than any other twine on the market, because it is very much I superior There is no better twine made, and it does not pay to experiment with Cheap twine. We have a limited supply of I C Ü!f P nrI WINE ' but we P^fer to j sell the RED TAG because we know it always does the work. at for Consolidated Wagon & Machine Company MONTPELIER, IDAHO. ♦ s * Fifty Years the Standard . : ! » j HCPfl * j Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest Tests II. S. Gov't Chemists j i j PoeatXtheX"™ T'Z a k"- " "* , utlook, «mil as .e is associated with men The Ex un eounty. If anyone doesn't believe that Bear Lake , veritable paradise in summer time let him or her journey to the mountains, that surround the valleys, and tilers behold the beauties Nature has provided. Everywhere is to be soon ^xurient grass, beautiful woods and sparkling brooks feels like throwing themselves down under shade of a big tree, county is a I One on a grass covered bank, ... , close to some beautiful stream, with the remark '-to the deuce with the rest of the world* this IS good enough for me." Alas, how few of us take the time to go out into these beautiful surroundings and there enjoy a week or two with that greatest of all companions rugged Nature. Perhaps the reason we don't is because live right in the midst of all these charms, and do not fully realize what a blessing and privilege is thus placed to our grasp. we so close No catch prices, but all groceries sold at the lowest prices quality considered. IT. lfl The pay car came over the road Wed nesday leaving a goodlv supply .of checks in its wake. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Roberts of A (ton, passed through town Wednesday on their way to Salt Lake and other points for a short visit. Hon. W. H. Watt, the well known Hailev banker and democratic politician was married this week to Mrs. Vivian Stowe of the same city. Up to date no circuajgias been billed for Montpelier this year- Pocatello has had two already, and another two is in sigat_for August. one or Myerskainp is said to be alive with tourists, who are enjoying the beauties or the lake. Misses Florence and Esther Under wood, Irene Douglas, -ehwake, and Mr, Chas. Scbwake left yesier ay morn ing for Myerskamp for an outing. Mrs. H. B. Whitman chaperone accompanied them as A. C. Murray is the new manager of the local telephone exchange. He came up from Salt Lake a few days ago. Eggs for sale—Thoroughbred Light Brahma and Plymouth Rock eggs now From the best strains. For prices see Geo. Dana. ip.j on nand.