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Montpelier examiner. [volume] (Montpelier, Idaho) 1895-1937, March 17, 1905, Image 2

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ALWAYS COMPLETE
IS OUR STOCK OF
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
LADIES' AND GENT'S
FURNISHINGS
We handle all kinds of
farm produce and
make a specialty of*
handling car lots of
Oats, Hay, Potatoes.
We buy our groceries in car
load lots and can therefore
q uote you the lowest possible
prices.
QUALITY OF GOODS ALWAYS THE BEST
BRENNAN & DAVIS,
Moptpelier,
Idaho.
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; BANK OF MONTPELIER. ;
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Established in 1891 .
PAID UP CAPITAL. $20,000.
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* C. E. TOlbeelanö, pres.
3. TOI. Stoner, liMce-pres. *
<B. <L <3rat>, Casbter *
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Dr. FRANKLIN BUDGE
Dentist
Honrs—8:80 to 12 and 1 to 6
Office in Riter Bros Block
Montpelier,
Idaho
A. BAGLEY,
Attorney at Law.
Defenses in Criminal Cases a
Speciality.
J.
Ith, Vigoraod Toije.
Herblne is a boon to sufferers of
aneamia. R.v its use tbe blood is quickly
regenerated and tbe color becomes nor
mal. The drooping strength Is revived.
The languar is dlminisbe i. Health, vigor
and tone predominate. New life and
happy activity results. Mrs. Belle H.
Shirel, Middlesborough, Ills., writes: "I
have been troubled with liver complaint
and poor blood, and have found nothing
to benefit me like Herbine. I hope never
to be without it. I have wished that I
had known of it in my husband's life
time." 50c. Riter Bros. Drug Co., and
Montpelier Drug Co.
New Law Regarding Stock Brands,
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Senate bill No. 61, which was ,
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sisrned by the governor last week, j
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provides for brands to be used on .
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live stock and recording the same. I
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Section two of the law provides
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that every stock grower m this state
must use one, and only one, brand
for cattle, and one, and only one, j
brand for mules and horses. Sheep !
growers likewise nmst use one, and !
only one, brand for sheep. These 1
brands must be designated in the j
application for the recording of the f
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brand.
Section five provides that all
brands must be recorded with the j
state auditor, who is ex-officio state
recorder of brands, and no evidence
of ownership of stock by brands or
for the purpose of identification,
shall be permitted in any court of
this state, unless the brand shall
have been recorded as hereinbefore
provided.
Section six provides that on or
before the first day of June, 1905,
every sheep grower shall forward to
the state recorder a copy of bis
brand, and every other stock grower
must do likewise on or before the
first day of October, 1905. The
brands must be duly certified to by
the county recorder of the county
in which such brand is recorded. A
so certified, to pay for recording the
fee of 50 cents shall be forwarded
to the state recorder, with the brand
same.
Section eleven proyides that any
brand recorded in accordance w r ith
the requirements of this act, shall
be the property of the stockgrower
in whose name the same is recorded
and shall be subject to sale, assign
meut, transfer and descent, the same
as personal property.
In deciding as to conflict of
brands, section twelve proyides that
the state recorder shall reject any;
brand being the same as one previ
ously recorded, in the same place
on the animal, he shall also reject
all brands known as solid brands
and the window sash brand.
Section thirteen mrkes it the duty
of tbe state recorder to publish, on
or betöre Dec. 1, 1905, a brand
book in which shall be given a fac
simile copy of all brands recorded
in his office up to that time, together
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with the owner s name and county
and city in which he resides. One
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copy of such book shall be forward
ed to each county recorder, in
whose oihee it shall be kept for
spectlon.
Section seventeen provides that
any person now engaged or who
may hereafter engage in the business
of a butcher in this state, shall keep
a record of all branded stock that
he may slaughter, giving sex, marks
and brands, of whom purchased and
date of purchase, which records
shall at all limes be open for public
inspection at his place of business,
a id any person failing to comply
with the provisions of this section
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
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If any of our readers wish to ac
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quaint themselves more fully with
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the provisions of this law' lhey may
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do so by calling at this orace where
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a copy ot the bill may be seen,
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Fire at Soda Springs.
A special to last Monday's f*oca
teUo Tribune giveB tbe following
accoun t 0 f rhe fire which occurred
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at Soda Springs Monday morning:
The Telephone "Central'' at this
j place went up in smoke this morn
"Central was located
big a t 8:45.
j i n Ed M. Merrill's confectionery
store. This place was entirely de
j stroyed, not a thing being saved,
j The fire was first discovered about
six feet from the store and it is
| thought to have started in the nest
j 0 f a mountain rat which was known
to be where fire was first seen.
Fryar's machinery, and storeroom
were also burned and it was only
through the most heroic work that
his house and store was saved, as
the wind was blowing directly to
ward it. The direction of the wind
is all that saved the balance of the
business part of town.
The loss to Merrill is about twelve
hundred dollais on stock, besides
household goods. The Telephone
company's loss is about five hundred
The bnilding belonged to
j C. W. Fryar, whose loss will aggre
gate probably fifteen hundred dol
dollars.
lars.
C. W. Fryar, Dr. Warner and
Smith's restaurant lost through re
moving stock and fixtures. Smith's
restaurant was only saved by des
perate work, as it was next to the
telephone office and on fire not less
j than fifty times.
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The eloquent, wise and witty
i rish orator, Colonel Allen Miller,
ha8 ,, een appointed Commsssioner
of Immigration, Laborand Statistics
tor Idaho Mr MiUer ig a vcry
good and a very capable man. He
will fill the office well. We first
Immigration Commissioner.
knew of him a9 „ reBident of MoIlt .
pciier , next aB an entertaining, in
Blrllcllv0 and conTincin bliu
Bpeakt . r . H e is a soldier bv nature,
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a lawyer by profession and at pres
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ent lives at Orangeville, Idaho
r*«»..«.- T f „ i ^ • t ,,
County. If anvbodv in the world
can cut aild poh „ h tbc Gen , of lhe
1 Mountains until it shine, and dazzles
M ke a baBketflll uf Kohinoors. Allen
j Miller can. If he ever goes down
east among the canvas hams and
worden nutmegs, and gets to talk
ing about Idaho, there
stampede in this direction from
Allegash
Col. Miller i
Gooseberry Neck,
genial, generous
We do not know what
tieular denomination he
but his religion i
he lives his
Tribune.
to
is a
man.
par
belongs to
to do good' and
religion.—Caldwell
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