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THEMAN OFTHEHOUR ff a 2^ COUNTY TICKET NATIONAL AKD STATE TICKET Vote the Democratic Ticket-the best and most reprsentative ticket ever placed before the public of the State of Idaho State Senator Eit ward M. Puginire, St. Charles Representatives - Wiliiani .1 Hunter, Ward boro Edward C. Rieh, Montpelier For President William J. Bryan of Nebraska For Vice President— Johu VV . Kern of Indiana 8^ For Presidential Electors— Thos. C. Galloway of Washihgton John C. Rice of Canyon Marga D. Mills of Nez Perce Sheriff— Henry H. Dalrymple, Montpelier Assessor and Tax Collector Amusa Rich, Paris ZZ:. For U. S. Senator — Probate Judge Edward ,T Haddock, Bloomington Prosecuting Attorney Charles E Harris, Montpelier C. O. Stockslager of Blaine S= VOTE FOR For Congressman— James L. McClear of Kootenai Z^ For Governor— Moses Alexander of Ada Treasurer— George B. Spencer, ,Tr., Paris For Lieutenant Governor— Cornelius O. Boyd of Bannock For Secretary of State— Watson VV. Snell of Canyon M. Alexander £ Superintendent of Schools - Surveyor - =3 B Robert A. Birch, Montpelier For Attorney General — Coroner Frank L. Moore of Latah George E. Sparks, Dingle For State Auditor— Jerome A. Bradbnrry of Idaho Foi s n Pt- of Public Instruction — Gertrude F. Noble of Ada Commissioners First district Ola Transtrum, St. Charles Democratic Candidate for Governor Second district, Edward T. Shepherd, Sharon Third district For Inspector of Miues Harry Moore of Shoshone E For State Treasurer— Henry II Hoff, Georgetown 3 David L. Evans of Oneida E B The man who dares champion the cause of the people. The man whose taxes have increased along with The man who never breaks a pledge. The man who has twice been honored with the elec 3 ZZZ Z ^ your own. tion as Mayor of Boise City, Idaho. =3 E E The Idaho Democratic Platform which will be Rigidly Enforced in Letter and Spirit by the Nominees Headed by Alexander Stands for: Economical administration and equal taxation, so that the burden of the government may rest easy upon the people. Direct, primaries, so that the people may select their own officers to administer the laws. Initiative and referendum, so that the people may supervise the _ making of the laws. ^3 8^ Railroad and warehouse commission, so that the people may hmve a competent intermediary between themselves and domineering cor porations. Bank guaranty law, so that the people's money may be as well protected as the states. Employers' liability law, so that laboring men may not suffer from negligence of grasping corporations. B ^2 ZZ~ 8^ NIELSEN FURNITURE COMPANY s MONTPELIER. IDAHO Well known for selling real Good Goods at Low Prices We always have on hand Imported Caskets and Home Made Coffins, which we furnish at one half the regular price. UP-TO-DATE METHODS That is HAVE YOUR PLUMBING DONE BY AN UP-TO-DATE PLUMBER Pays in any line of business, why it will pay you to Î All the work done in Montpelier by George Davis has given Look up the record. good satisfaction. PLUMBER GEORGE DAVIS YOU'RE ON THE 1 ' j l FULL LINE OF PIPES AND TOBACCO. ; RIGHT TRACK If the Track points toward the Montpelier Drug Company. .Drugs to have the effect the Doctor wants must be pure and the prescription must be filled with perfect exactness. You take no chances if you bring your prescriptions to We also carry a complete^, line of druggists' notions, «EST CIGARS AND TOBACCO MONTPELIER DRUG CO. 118 . ♦ ♦♦♦ 4 - 4 - 4 - 4 - 4444 - 44 - 4-0 44 4 - 44444 - 444444444 ;* V ♦ ■ THE SOLO CLUB, ♦ 4 ♦ 4 4 DOUGLAS BROS Props. Always Carry 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 - 4 ■4 4 The Celebrated Quaker Maid Rye and Crystal Brook Whiskies, and CL1TUS CIGARS 4 ♦ « 4 4 •f 4 4 WEEKLY MARKET LETTER BY CLAY. ROBINSON & CO. Denver, Oct. 21th. Receiptsof cattle ha veb^en heavy this ; week but we had a good snappy market up until Thursday noon, at w uca tune nearly all of the packer buyers receiyed messages from the Eapt advising that the beef market was in b :.d shape and s nee that time they have taken off from ! 10 to 25c per cwt. neaily all the way along the line, the decline being mo t ! it on medium steers and the fair to good kinds of kiiling cows and on medium ! weight feeders. The top here this week was $4 50 for some 1200 lb. Wyomings, all Killers, however, bought most of tbeir beef steers at from $3 75 to $4.10 and cows from $2.65 to 1(8.25. Fe< decs are at the lowest point of the season, plenty of good 800 to »00 lb. dehorned steers selling from $8-50 to $3 «5 and yearlings from $3 20 to »8 40. Veal the last couple of days has been almost unsalable. The recent storms, while hindering the movement of stock trains, has ha 1 a tendency to drive cattle in off the range and to market as fast as possible. There are fairly liberal runs iu sight for next week and we do not look for much im t is a provement in prices. South Omaha, Oct. 24th. We have had hot a moderate supply of cattle here the past week, since Monday, hnt the trade has Veen far from satis factory. Monday's rnn of 13500 head, was the heavieJ on record and all buy ers proceeded to poun 1 prices hard. Declines for the week amount to about a quarter on all killers i nd Stockers and feeders with the possible exception 1 of choice yearlingt and twos, which ' have been especially light supply. Election drawing near also has some effect on t ie market, ss v. ell as the poor beef market in the ea : t. Receipts will j need to be light the coming we h, to hold prices even np to present basis. j Top beef this week sold at $5 10. Good killing steers are quotable at »4.50 to, $5 00; fair to good f4, 00 to »4 40; good to choice heavy feeders »4 50 to 34.85; fair to good $4 15 tc 84.50; go d light •ad medium weights f3.50 to $4 00; t fair to good $3 00 to »3 50. | I With liberal offerii gs of sheep and lambs the past week ti e lade has been prices a shade under lsst week. Cl » killing lambs are selling at »4 75 to »5.35; yearlings $4 25 *o $4 «5; wethers •4 00 to $4 40;ewe- 3 15 to $4 00; feed W *L25; wetberf »3 50 $ 1*00* ewes »2.00 to Î3 15. ; Mrs. Chas E. Smith, of West Fr nk||j, : Maine, flays: " like good things and j have adopted Dr. King's New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine, because they are good and do their work with ; store. 25c. t ;* ♦ ■ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 St)« Likes Good Thirjgs. 4 « 4 4 MORE POWER TO YOUR STOMACH ; More strength. More Pleasure, More j More Success j n Ufe . ' ' TA popular evangelist some time ago told of » little Mississippi steamboat that had a big whistle with an anful ! screech, but said be; every time the whistle blew the I oat stopped. Just so, ! it is with many of us. We draw the power away from the stomach and ! shoot it off in making noise. Many a person's atomach is like a hobby horse, all motion and no progress. Now, if we can only learn this simple lesson that we must give the stomach more power, especially when it has ■ been badly misused for a time, then »e wil find that a lot of onr common little ills will vanish as by magic. The stomach does not want.drastic measures applied t > it, and, in fact, will not stand it. It revolis, rebels, and causes suffering, and more suffering. What the stomach does require oc casionally is a gentle, soothing tonic though poteut enough to give it | strength and courave Such a substance i is .decidedly helpful, while cramming | dyspepsia dope and laxatives into the stomach is about the very worst thing that we can do. Feed to the stomach, when it calls for it, an extra supply of digestors, so it can more easily mature the food and prepare it for the blood, and then yon will be doing your stomach a good turn. Go to Riter Bros. Drug Co. and have them mix for you one onnee of Prose ie Co upon id and one ounce of Co nponnl Tiuctnre of Cin chona with half a pint of Sherry Wire: To be takea a teaspoonful before m< als and at bei time Try this on the ad vice of the Cooper Pharmacal Company of Chicago, who are advertising the Prosene formula and who vouch for i's correctness and efficiency, to, Kvmrv Club 1 ' ' T iree • ery interesting meetings of t e K.' mry Clnb h ive occared since | I et reported to the Examiner. On 1 Oct. 7th the clnb met with Mrs. W. C, ! Lambert. The meeting was called to order by the president. Roll call was j to responded to with mnsioal notes. The ! program was under the direction of j Mrs, I.ee Case, Carl Fohrn was the musician studied and Mrs. O. H. Oreo aang one of his s ) igs. Mrs. Case play-, ; ed several of I oh n's selections. Artie les of the constitution w ere read by the : secretary. j October 14th, the club met at the home of Mrs. O. H. < roo. Roll call was answered by mus eal items. The p!0 gram was under Mrs. King's direc tion. Miscellaneous subjects for the afternoon. Chime* of Uliana" REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET For State Senator — WILLIAM L. RICH of Pari* For Representatives— HOWARD H. BROOMHEAD of Bloomington FRANK WRIGHT of Bennington For Sheriff ARTHUR BUDGE of Paris For Treasurer— i JONATHAN R. PUGMIRE of St. Charles For Assessor and Collector THOMAS DOUGLAS of Montpelier For Probate Judge— DAVID C. KUNZ of Bern For Superintendent of Public Instruction,— HERMOINE HART of Bloomington For Prosecuting Attorney— DE MEAD AUSTIN of Montpelier For Coroner JAMES P. NOWLAND of Dingle I For Surveyor — t EDWARD V. BUCHER of M ontpelier For Commissioner, 1st District— ERNEST M. SCHOFIELD of F'hh Haven * For Commissioner, 2nd District— * PHILEMON LINDSA Y of Ovid For Commissioner, 3rd District— THOMAS N. STEPHENS of Montpelier mau October 21st. Meet ng was called to order by the president in the chair, the members responding to roll call 1 with quotations from composers. A ! card with greetings to clnb received from Mrs. Groo, Kymry Club delegate j to State Federation of Women's Clubs, ! held at Moscow on the 23 and 24 of j October. charge of the program for the day, taking Fredrick Chopin tor subject The biography was very interesting a id many peculiarities of Chopin were bionght ont in the round table talk. j Mre'case. a ^Marzukàs" No land'll by Chopin played by Mrs. K ng. Duet ' Fanfare'' played by Mesdames Case Bnd Km« Parlimentary lesson a*sign ed for next meeiing Visitors present who "'expre^ed^'thefn^lves ° f bring ye*}- pleased with the club work. Botam, played by Mesdames King and Cate. 'Bom Bay'', played by Mrs Case. "Come Back to Erin" played by Mrs. King, by Perre RenarJ. Business trans action. , The clnb met with Mrs. M. J. Whit Transcription "Intermezzo" Mrs. M. J. Whitman had ns Excelle nt Health fldvice. Mrs M. M. Davison, of No. 879 Gifford Ave., San Jose, Cal., nays: "The worth of Electric Unters as a general family remedy, for headache, blllouaneM and torpor of the liver and bowels Is so pro nounced that I ain prompted to say a word In its favor, for the benefit o! those seeking rr lief from such uffltctlons. There Is id ore health for the digestive or. gans in o bottle of Electric Bitters than lu any a»,her îeinedy 1 know of." Sold under guarantee at Riter Bros Eng store. 50c. KILL the COUCH and CURE the LPf 2 GS Dr. King's New Discovery WITH FOR /Roughs run V/olds t,w bSbStä AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLE«. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED.