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"***ËË*™ * COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT BLAST=THE CLEAN STOVE l ». 8MOKE PROOF DUST PROOF I The feed door on this stove is guaranteed smoke proof and does away with the escape of smoke, soot and gas into the house. Side feed doors used on other stoves discharge a cloud of gas and soot-lad ened smoke into the house and scatter soot and ashes over the carpet when opened. Another point: In feeding coal into a side feed door it has to be thrown into the stove, which usually results in scattering much of it over the floor W'iih our cleanly smoke proof feed door the coal is poured into the stove even to the dust in the bottom of the hod without a particle being spilled on the floor. This clean and economical stove burns the gases which often escape into the rooms with other stoves. The annoyance and dirt from kindling new fires is dispensed with, as the rooms are heat ed up tor two or three hours each morning with the fuel put in the night before and the Fire la Never Out. BLAST is the cleanest stove made and will more than save its cost in fuel each winter. Cole's Original Hot Blast Is the cleanest iliar with the ash pan method, and have, no doubt, gone through the process many times of spreading a newsp .per or cloth under your stove evtiry time the over-filled pan is removed. The ash pan is not only dirty, but is a great evil in stove construction. It adds a door and joints which can be made only temporarily air-tight by the use of stove putty. These joints open after a few weeks' use, rendering ash pan stoves worthless as fire keepers, and makes them fuel-eaters rather than fuel-savers. The ash pan and the shield for guiding ashes into the pan, also prevent base heat. Our method Is the only clean way. The whlslc broom, turkey wing and dust cloth are dispensed with. There are no joints to leak air, base heat is not retarded and Cole's Hot Blast is the cleanest stove, the best floor heater and tha only stove in the world which can be guaranteed to remain always air-tight stove ever placed on the market. Our method of removing ashes shown by cut No. L is per fectly clean and overcomes the many objections to the ash pan used in other stoves. The elbow draft casting with its upward slant allows the empty coalhod to be set under the draft so that no ashes or coals can be spilled on tha floor. Our patented dlistless ash cover shown by illustration is furnished free with Nos. 1 22, 152, 183 and 196 stoves. It keeps down every particle of dust in removing ashes, a feature that will be ap preciated by every tidy housekeeper. Ash pans when used in other stoves are too small to hold a full 24 hours' accumulation of ashes. They are usually over-filled when removed, and the ashes in the bottom of tbs stove are dragged out on to the carpet, as shown by cut No. 2. You are all fam > J «15 i, > « '.'*v ' i.* > • •>. J.'SrSCi V/. Cut No. I COLE'S ORIGINAL HOT Cut No. 3 8how» the dirty ash pan method gfinns how Dustlesa Ash Cover Is used—the modern method. (Pa t ented) Burgoyne Mercantile Company, Sole Agents for Montpelier he be ae jury, render the S. bent that is and in ever if men tje of and fnl to in of is Citizens Ticket. For State Senator. Joseph C. Rich. For Representatives. Christian W allantine, Fred L. Cruikshank. For Sheriff. Samuel J. Athay. For Clerk of District Court and Ex-offi cio Auditor and Recorder. Edward M. Pugmire. For Assessor and Collector. Jedidiah Merrill, Jr. For Treasurer. John T. Brisco. For County Attorney, Charles E. Harris. For Superintendent of Schools, Eugene S. Hart. For Coroner, William Painter. For Commissioners. First district. Chaules C. Shirley. Second district, John T. Peterson. Third district. John R. Brennan. The nomination of David C. Kunz for irobate judge and Edward Bucher foi urveyor by the republicans is endorsed •y the "Citizens" tioket. fhc Nominees of the CitizensTicket. Having no newspaper at onr com nand, we have bought this space for tb< mrpose of publishing the following con cerning onr county ticket: For State Senator, Joseph C. Rich leads the Citizens Ticket, No man in iear Lake is more widely or more favor .bly known. Judge Rich has served the >eople in many official positions, always vith credit to himself and benefit to the teople. He has had wide experience nd great weight concerning legislature natters, as he knows personally many vho will be members of the next legisla nre- On tue United States senatorship t is certain, if elected, Mr. Rich will iot support Fred T. Dubois. As members of the lower house Judge, ticb will have two able lieutenants in he persons of Christian Walleutine and 'red L. Crnikshank. Both are well nown in this county where they have esided for more than a quarter of a entury. Mr. Wallentine has twice erved the people as a legislator and al vays with profit to the citizens of the täte. He is well versed in the needs of he state and is in a position to accom lish much (or Idaho. Mr. Cruiksbank i a well known business man of this ity. He, like hie running mate, is a worker and will make a record for hitn elf if elected. Like Jndge Rich, neither f these gentlemen will support Fred T. lubois for senator. For Auditor and Recorder Edward I. Pugmire is the Citizens nominee. Ir. Pngmire has long been recognized s one of the foremost men in the coun y. He is able, progressive and popular. f elected, the office of Recorder will sceive bis careful attention and the usiness will l>e kept right up to date. Sphere he is best known he will poll the tost votes. For Sheriff. Samuel J. Athay is the itizens nominee. Mr. Athay, as apaty under Sheriff Dalrymple, has Ided a large portion to the splendid N»rd made in that office by the present icumbent, a record which has not been irpaesed, If indeed it has been equalled 1 many years. Mr. Athay is well pos 4 on the duties of sheriff's office, is a rave and well liked officer, and if elec ( 1 will keep up the fine record made Mr. Dalrymple. Far Assessor, and Collector the name S? Jedediah Merrill, Jr., appears on the I itizens Ticket. Mr. Merrill is a young who has equipped himself for life's attles with a splendid education. He a hustler and will give the county a and equitable assessment of its Mr. Merrill is a tan ist roperty if elected, ative son of this connty. For Treasurer the Citizens have named ihn T. Briscoe, one of Bloomington's ist prosperous and highly esteemed )mg men. Mr. Briscoe will come the office well equipped to handle people's money in a satisfactory His education and work have along lines that especially fit him r the position. For Couuty Attorney the Citizens named Charles E. Harris. While te anner. sen tve he nominee is only a recent convert 'o be Blackntonian school, still if elected ae will give the otiloe all the time neces jury, and will be on band at all times to render whatever of assistance he can to the people of the county. For Superintendent of Schools Eugene S. Hart is the nominee on the Citizens Ticket. Mr. Hart is the present incum bent and the high state of perfection that sohoolsin this county have attained is due in a great measure to his work and ability. He is one of the foremost teachers in the oonnty and is a most obliging and popular superintendent. For Coroner the name of William Painter is upon the Citizens Ticket. While there is a little business usually in connection with this office still what ever there may be will be promptly and satisfactorily attended to by Mr. Painter, if elected. For Commissioners the Citizens have selected Charles C. Shirley of Fish Hayen, John T. Peterson of Ovid, and loba R. Brennan of Montpelier. It would lie hard to select three better men in the county. All are heavy tax payers and all are deeply interested in tje growth and development of the county. The three passes a combination of ripe judgment, high business ability and consistent progressiveness. They favor good roads, good bridges and care fnl management of the connty 's businest to the end that the most benefit may come to the oonnty for the money ex pended. The county nt.eds just such a board. In a broad way the Citizens Ticket stands for progressiveness, economy and strict attention to the duties of the various offices its candidates may be elected to fill. Every nominee on the ticket is deserving of the support of the voters of the county. All were chosen in a mass convention, free from any taint of bossism or political deals. If elected they have no promises to fulfill except faitbfnllness to their trusts, and no political debts to pay at the expense of the people. Remember the Citizens Ticket, on which the above named candidates are running, will be in the first column on the official ballot. The voter will find no state nominees on the Citizens Ticket, so you will have to follow the column down until the name of Joseph C. Rich is reached. Vote the ticket by placing X in the circle after each name on the Citizens Ticket. Pay no attention to the circles under the emblems, but vote for each nominee you wish to see elected. W. A. in the the will in and well have a al the of this is a hitn T. coun will the date. the A. Dr. A. Citizen's Central Committee. Nothing to Fear. Mothers need have no hesitancy In con tinuing to give Chamberlalns's Cough Remedy to theirjlttle on< s, ae it contains absolutely nothing injurious. This rem edy Is not only perfectly safe to give small children, but Is a medicine of great wort it and merit. It has a world wide j reputation for Its cures of cough«, colds and croup andean alwaysbe reled upon. 1 For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug Co. LIST of Premiumns. Following is a partial list of the names of exhibitors who were awarded prizes at the county fair: Draft Stallions Robert Caldwell, Paris. David Parker, Bennington Frank Dayton, Dingle.3rd | Draft Teams William Hunter, Wardboro Frank Beok, Paris. prize . . let the as has been pos is a elec made name the young life's He a its is a 2nd ! 1 st 2 nd I Draft—two year olde I Jacob Madson, Bloomington_lst-2nd ! Lyman Floyd, Bloomington_3rd-4th ! Driving Stallions A. VI. Rich, Paris. 8. N. Sorensen, Dingle.. Renben George, Dingle Driving Teams Wnrren Kent, Diugle... . 1 st 1 .2nd ! 1st 1 3rd Driving—brood mares A. M. Rich, Paris.lst-4th Dr. U. B. West. Paris.2nd John Bateman, Bloomington.8rd named come handle have him While Jacks A. M. Rich, Paris. Draft Yearling Jacob Madson. Bloomington A. Dnnford, Bloomington.2nd Thos. Watkins, Liberty .. John Roberts, Lanark .... Draft—brood rrares Hunter A Gray, Wardboro Jacob Madson, Bloomington.2nd Ezra Budge. Pans., ., .1st i 1st ard 4 th 1st 4th to see duly and from Judge ground to the proved from been The ant has done, or, ward against that feature openly detail, patron. put would vital ment, tello High Grade High Price • • f>«W m Fuit Sotth, Always Mm. JAftpril* I® ths Sams Sold igji Säet) J. A. Folger on Merit & Co. j of San Francisco of lent, colds. Me., living colds It gives fever and at free. •3rd W. W. Richards, Paris. Driving—two year olds A. M. Rich. Paris. Win. Keetch. St Charles.2nd ,1st Driving—one year olds A. M. Rich, Paris. Gottfried Eachler, Raymond.. Chris. Knnz, Bern .. Driving Colts Dr. West, Paris. A. M Rich, Paru . Gottfried Eachler, Raymond .. Graded Draft Stallions 2-year olds Sam Smith, Georgetown. James Jacobson, Bloomington.. Samuel Hymas, Sharon... Draft Stallions Imported 2 year olds Hunter A Gray, Wardboro.1st Draft Colts Neils Johnson, Ovid. Wm. Arnold, St. Charles ... Jacob Madson, Bloomington Ezra Budge, Paris. lst-2nd ...3rd 4th 1st 2nd 8rd 1st .2nd the duly of 1st 1. tlon ision or of nor such the Drd the and ty 1st 1st tion as or prize of so of 1st by so as .. 2nd .. 1st ... 1st .2nd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 3rd 4th HOHN STOCK. Twe year old bull* Walter Hoge, Parle. A. M. Rich, Paris. 1 to 2-year old bulle Jarvis Bros, Bloomington Philemon Lindsay, Ovid... A. M. Rich, Paris. W. W. Richards, Parie. 1st 2nd j Ludwick Ringle, Paris, Jacob Madson, Bloomington. .. .2, 3 4th 1 1st 2nd 4th Balls 1 year old and under Beet heifers one to six months old R. T. Haag. Paris.. Best beef cows or heifers W. W. Richards, Paris. Best heifer from 1 to 2 year old W. W. Richards, Paris .lst-2nd FRUITS 1st the | let Apples Geo. T. Thomock, red astraoban—2nd 2nd 1st Ed Stocks Mrs. H P. Nelson, duchess.1st ! Ed Stocke, 2nd 1 st J A. Fsylor, wolf river. nd I Mrs. H. P. Nelson, wolf river I Nepbl William, alexander.1st ! John Windley ... "..2nd ! J. p. Passey, yellow transcendent.. .1st J. P. Passey, wealthy.1st . ...2nd 2nd 1 st 1 Ed Stocks.**. ! J P- Passey, crab Ed Stock, grim's golden. « .1st Thos. Gambling, hyslop crab Ed Stock, maiden's blneb.. 1st Mrs. F. Stocks, maiden's blnsli. .. 2nd 1 Ed Stocks, hyslop crab. 1st 3rd 1st 1st 2nd _ j^8^^°' ' Mrs g p Nelwn. bine damson John Roberts. Mrs. H. P. Nelson, pet yellow gage. 1st Ed Stocks, downing plum.. F. T. Shepherd, Washington Plnms .1st Pears E .M. Patterson, flemish beauty ...lit Mrs H. P. Nelson.. ."...2nd Ed Stocks, rnstic.,. I_•*_best display . i Ed Stocks, best display pf all kinds of fruits... ! special 1st grand prize Mm H. P. Nelson, best display of all graud prize 1st ard 1st 4 th . ..1st 1st kinds of fruits (Continued next week,) 4th Did He Object? I When Senator Dubois decreed that the duly elected delegations from Fremont * Bear Lake counties should be ousted * from the Democratic State ronvention, * Judge Stockstager. who was on the ^ ground watching the proceedings, failed ^ raise his voice in any manner against * high handed proceedings: He ap- « proved it and accepted a nomination 4 from the convention after that body had • been guilty of that great act of injustice. 4 The fact is that the judge is a lieuten- 4 ant of the senator in a pplitioai sense; he 4 has approved everything the latter has done, and. shonld he be elected govern he would bend all his energies to ward advancing Dubois'politit a) fortune There is no record that he protested against the throwing out of the two delegations referred to, aud it is certain that he will noi hereafter object to any feature of the Dubois polioy. He has openly and publicly approved it in every detail, and he mnst go down with his patron. The people cannot afford to put a man in the governor's chair who would follow tne lead of Dubois on the vital questions that are up for settle ment, and they will never do so.—Poca tello Tribune. t ♦ Schmid, the tailor, makes a specialty of repairing and cleaning clothes. 27 Dagger from tlje Plague. There's grave danger from the plague of couarbs and colds that are so preva lent, unless you take Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs aud colds. Mrs. Geo. Walls, of Forest City, Me., writes: "It's a Godsend to people living in climates where coughs and colds prevail. 1 And It quickly ends them. It prevents pneumonia, cures lagrippe, gives wonderful relief In asthmaand hay fever and makes weak lungs strong enough to ward off consumption,coughs and colds. OOc ami fl .00. Guaranteed at Utter Bros. Drug store. Trial bottle free. 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ftMENDMRNTS. * ♦ Tb« foltowlog proposed ArQeodmeqts to 4 the Constitution of the State of Idaho wer« ^ duly authorized by the Legislative Session ^ of 1905 to be submitted to the s lectors of the State at the General Election to be held on ♦ Tuesday tfie Sixth day of November. 1906. Tb« same arc six In numbsr and as follows, ^ to-wlt: 1. That section 8 of article 8 of the conatltu tlon of the State of Idaho be amended le read os follows: No county, city, town, village or other subdiv ision of the State shall Incur any Indebtedness or liability in any manner, or for any purpose, exceeding In that year the revenue aud Income provided for it tor such year, without the assent of a majority of the qualified electors thereof, voting at an election to he held for that purpose, nor unless, before or at the time of Incurring such indebtedness provision shall be made for the collection of an annual tax sufficient to pay the Interest on such Indebtedness as it tails due, and also to oouatltute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal thereof, within twen ty years from the time of contracting the same. Any Indebtedness or liability incurred contrary to this provision shall De void: Provided. That this section shall not he con strued to apply to the ordinary and necessary expenses authorized by the general laws of the State. 2. That section 4 of article 8 of the constitu tion of the State of Idaho be amended to read as follows: No county, city, town, village, municipality or other subdivision of the State shall ever make donations to any railroad or other works of internal Improvement, unless propositions so to do shall have been first submitted to the qualified electors thereof at an election by au thority of law: Provided, That such donations of a county with the donations of such subdivi sions in the aggregate shall not exceed ten per cent of the assessed valuatloo of such county : Provided, further. That any city or county may. by a two-thirds vole, Increase such Indebtedness five per cent In addition to such ten per cent; and no bonds or otber evidences of Indebtedness so Issued shall be valid unless the same shall have Indorsed thereon a certificate signed by the Secretary and Auditor of State, showing that the same Is Issued pursuant to law. 1. That section 10 of article 18 of the consti tution of the State of Idaho Ue amended to read as follows: The board of county commissioners shall con sist of three members, whoso term of office shell he four years; the commissioners for commissioner district No. l and No. 2 In each county shall be elected at i> regular election In KXJ8 for a term of four years, and the oomrnls sloner for the ^commissioner district No. 8 in each county shall be elected at the same elec tion for a term of two years; and their succès sore shall be elected for a term of four years at tegular elections thereafter. 4. That section « o article 18 of the consti tution of the State of Idaho be amended to read as follows: The Legislature by general and uniform laws shall provide for the election biennially In each of the several counties of the Stale, of auch couuty, township and precinct officers as may be provided by iw and »half prescribe their duties. For the purpose of de ermlnlng what officers shall be provided In tbe different coun 1 ♦ I FULL LINE OF PIPES AND TOBACCO. * * * ^ ^ * « 4 • 4 4 4 f * ^ ^ + ^ ^ ——Always in 8 toek The Celebrated Quaker Maid Rye, and Crystal Brook Bourbon. 4 4 THE SOLO CLUB, DOUGLAS BROS. Props. \da\)o. t Clitus, Smoker, F. C. A. Counsellor, Henry IVth Le Paz, Elisha Gray Montpelier, We Carry the Famous 444444444444444444444444444404» V ♦ ♦ JR. SHEPHERD, Pres. A. K. STUNENBERO, Vice-Pres. WILL H. YOUNO, Cashier THE BEAR LAKE STATE BANK OF PARIS, IDAHO TRANSACTS A GENERAL 3 BANKING BUSINESS 5 ♦ * ♦ ♦ Accounts, whether small or large, given prompt and careful attention ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 4 4 444444444 4 t444t4t ♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦4 ♦ ♦ PARIS LUflBER YARD ♦ ♦ ♦ Carry a Big Stock of DOORS and WINDOWS including a great variety of FRONT GLASS DOORS and COTTAGE WINDOWS in Plain, Figured and Plate Glass, Oregon Fir and Cedar Finishing, Flooring, Rustic., etc. Also full line of White and Yellow Pine Mouldings, Head and Base Blocks, Balusters, New als and Brackets. CEDAR SHINGLES, LATH AND PICKETS. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ * ♦ to 4 ^ ^ on ♦ ^ 4 os > for pay the the con the read ♦ ROBERT PRICE, Proprietor f ♦ <•♦+♦4 I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦t4 4444 444444 4 4 4 »4 444*+vt4444444*4444 4444444444444« . 4 THE PALACE SALOON. 4 4 J.F. O'CONNOR, Prop. ; The Finest of Wines« Liquors and Cigars : : Always on Hand : : Comer of Washington Ave., and 10th Street. 4 4 4 0 « 4 * * » » e e » « « 4 • 4 * 4 4 4 * Montpelier, 444 444444444 4444-, 4444444444444444 4 Idahc. -, BANNOCK ENGINEERING CO., Ltd. CIVIL ENGINEERS Irrigation Work, and Land Surveying, «a Specialty POCATELLO. IDAHO Box 491 necessary right of way, station and other necessary grounds, and all othertomovable property per " d u * ed " ««"'"« on there *«">. of any steam or electric railroad and branchea thereof, hereafter to betsonstructed In t)le construction of such 1 begun: tles of the State, tbe Legislature 1» empowered to claaalfy tbe dUTereat counties of the State In proportion to the population In each, If neoos aarv. 5. That section 8 of article 7 of the constitu tion of the State of Idaho be amended to read as follows: The power to tax corporations or corporate property, both real and personal, shall never be relinquished or suspended, and all corporations in this State ordolng business therein shall be ! subject to taxation for State, county, school. | municipal, and other purposes, on real and peronal property owned or used by them, and | not by this constitutkinlexempted from taxa atlon within the territorial limits of the su thority levying the tax: Provided. That the Legislature may by law exempt the right of way. station, and other grounda. superstructures upon such ! ng ten rears after Lroad shall have -r The rate of taxation of real and property for State purposes shall never exceed ten (10) mills on each dollar of- nr[| tlon. unless a proposition to Increase such raie specifying tbe rate proposed and the time dur' lng which the same shall be levied shall bava been submitted to the people at a general elec tlon, and shall have received a majority ofLi tbe voles cam for and against It at such election STATE OF IDAHO ( County of Ada. | *■ WILL H. GIBSON. Secretary of Stete of stat * °f Idaho, do hereby eertlfy that the Dove and ,ore *olng primed proposed amend tne " u ar ® true * ud correct eoptes ef the as of record In my offloe and in my custody and are published In accordance with law In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto Provided, further. That no such exemption •ball extend beyond the year IMS. *. That section » of article 7 of the tlon of the State of Idaho be amended as follows: const tu to read personal same set my »"d affixed the Great GREAT. SEAL ol •*» State, at Bol»e, Idaho, this iftthdajr of Sept ember, 1900 . WILL H. OJB80N. fiecrçiajry of fitfjt*.