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We are Busy unloading ourStocrç Of New MERCHANDISE & MILLINERY m w * \h î — iii \ (♦> and will tell you about it next weel^. <♦> 9\ f$\ Burgoyne Mercantile Company 9} 9\ Phone 38 (GOOD GOODS) m r* s^*> *>tr* ** *rr ***»•»* ** »► vrtm , 2 ! Ti r i ^ % j m SJ 1 f 1 %/ K. ^ S lfl ^i J 54 | a JF 5-i B 1 I 2 V V ISLJ^ il Cilll v 2 COLE'S HOT BLAST is a great value. We «5 sell it under a positive guarantee to save one-third ; in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same ft size. Our only condition is that it shall be operated jg J according to directions and set up with a good S flue. Another thing—Cole's Hot Blast will M i K ^ , , i , . jj burn soft coal, lignite coal, coke, hard coal, <5 , ° . , . 2 wood, or any fuel without any change m ,* the stove. Jf ■ A «• hr. mi p| MMmæ u tgwjn x r XV m n EOR HARD COAL it gives greater ,% heat than any base burner £ with one-lialf the coal, because 1 it is air-tight and has twice the positive radiating surface. (sho-t , % m s 1 dimvo >* mMTMiliiülL i rt Scientific Construction. Jf H 2 Air-tight and gas-tight con« stiuction throughout. A patented . 1 11 . .t « steel collar connects the elbow draft to the stove body and can- i not open by action of the fiercest M j W. The patented compound | warp and the draft door closes 3 air-tight by its own weight. j5 The patented smoke-proof feed j* door prevents smoke, dust or gas M escaping when fuel is put in the g j I « *3UtL 1 m I I ■ mm : I I • ,ii [I ilLi '„iLUà stove. Perfect results, there fore, from any fuel. The heavy fire box protects the points where other stoves |* burn out first, and insures % m wt. *s£± * >», I! % I > great durability. Cole's ^ Hot Blast makes M ,51 ^ $3 Soft Coal 2 % 1 1 u 4S* DO THE WORK OF- * $9 Hard Coal ? cmr ACURTTC irrvo « SOLE AGENTS TOR S MONTPFITFR TDA 3» mumrau», 11>A. , ; BURGOYNE MER. Co. HHÎSâlîOlilàU« « £'<**** M44444444M4444444444444444 The Examiner ES ALL KIDS OF BOOK AND JOB WORK. Fearful Odds Against l-jim. ; Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such in Brief was the condition of an old sol dier by name of J* J. Havens, Versailles, C). For years he was troubled w Kidney disease and neither doctors nor I medicine ga ve him relief. At length he 1 tried Electric Bitters. It put him on his ! feet in short order and now he testifies: J "* am on tlie road to complete recov- ; t>r * v ' Best on earth for Elver and Kid- , ney trouhles an<l a11 ,orm8 of Stomach j and Bowel Coinplaints. Only 50c. I ., , . . ,, .. - Guaranteed by Miter Bros. Drug Store* ! ith i A postal card written bv Thor. C. | , o " . , _ j Nudsen at Copenhagen Sept. 15 was | received at this office Wednesday j morning. Mr. Nielsen says: Mr* Nielsen Writes from Denmark. : We just returned to Copenhagen from a grand round trip through j N orw:iv Sweden and Denmark.! * , w , . , it was errand. We passed through , . 1 ® i 1 ^ Tjocks 01 Sluices crossing Stveden j in steamer through the canal to [ ; Stockholm. I j ^ tockholm 18 nglttly called the j k ^ enice of the north. 1 he beaut lful green and pine-covered moun tains and beautiful bays of Nor wav ! and the huIo ] and of Denmark with j its grand music and pleasure are all I well equipped to please the tourist. We are all well and our trip so far lias been a success. ! j ears, head and lungs, etc., are subject to diseases and blight Bullards More- : Neglected Colds. Every part of the mucous membrane the nose, throat. ,rom D< ' Blf,,te " co " ,B - bound Syrup Is a pleasant and effective remedy. 25c, 5 <)c' fl. W. AkemlrlokJ ^ alley Mills, Texas, writes: "1 have, Ballanls Horehound Sx rup for r „ wll8nil tlir<mt , B1 „ lllK , t ;." ant and most effective n medy." Sold I y Miter Bros Drug Co. ! . , , C has. 1 loti has assumed charge of the Crane liyery stable business and I I A Business Change. s ! also the draying line in I therewith, i element in the above connection Charlie is right in his avocations, as lie successfully rui the Hoff ü very stable and draying business here for years Already he has made many changes for the benefit of the busi undertaking he has hold of, he is sure to make a success of the ygfjture ness and as time goes on will make many more.- With the push, that ai ways characterizes Charlie in any new SpraiQs. S. A. Mead, Cisco, Texas, writes,March 11 th, 1901: "My wrist was sprained badly hy a fall that it was useless; and after using several remedies that failed to give relier, used Ballard's Snow Elni men t, and was cured. I earnestly re commend it to any one suffering from so sprains." 25c' 50c, .ft. Sold by Miter Mros. Drug Co. Don't Miss This Chance. Please look un our Stnv. n itast iook up oui Stove Draw imr ad in thi« no,,- „,1 • u -n 1 11 f-, au * 111 tnis papei which will be lound on another page and if are intending to buy a I ness, any kind of 'a ' plow j wagon, or buggy or anything else in our extensive and general lines. it will pay you to buy from us und ! get a chance to draw this j Con. W. A M. ( I vou wagon, bar spring raime. O 'o., Montpelier, Idaho. Buckleo's Arnica Sal ve. Ibis world-wide fame for marvelous cures. It surpasses any other salve, lo tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, j Burns, Boils, Sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet ter, Suit Mhueni, Fever Sores, Chapped Jbinds, Skin Eruptions; . eis ' * ure Kuarantced. : Uiter Bn,B - ,)r UK Ktore. infallible for Only 25c at Notice. T WftT1 i,i m . ,, Au WUU1U nKe to call the attention of the public to the Presbyterian Chnrch announcements each week. I fearsome ! may forget there is such ; iu the a space given •Tust because they piaced among the patent merits, do not think thev to till space. 80 paper. y are adyertise y are there oulv ars, I guess our space; but w e nght to usk you to VHiui tlie Examiner from Omega, beci We are be >nght not choose believe we have <r ur tT> Alpha to ..... . , r . . lU ^. } l Sives us an idea of • W1 ,r ls * doing among us. Em HR Y e. Zimmerman.