THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY
The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd.
* CL WRIGHT, Editor and Manager
Gutered at tbe ponloffioe in Montpelier,
Idaho, ae second-class matter.
One year, in advance
Six months, if paid in advance.75
Montpelier, Idaho, Dec. 26, 1913.
The Examiner extends to
all of its readers its best wish
es for a Happy New Year.
It is reported that Lopez,
the murderer, has gone to look
for the long lost Charley
It has been suggested that
scalping knives would be ap
propriate for place cards at
the Jaekson day banquet to
be given in Boise on Jan. 8th.
When Governor Haines is
s ied his statement that he
would not call the legislature
in special session, we'll bet
that the proprietors of the
Boise hotels, cafes, etc., look
on grouches which were plain
ly noticeable to those who
were not even close observers.
We may also expect to hear
the governor denounced in
thunderous tones by Frank
Gooding, who has been pro
claiming from the housetops
that the lawmakers should be
called together for the pur -
pose of stamping out hog
cholera in the state.
The Idaho democrats who
were hoping that President
Wilson would drop federal
appointments into their socks
for Christmas presents, were
sadly disappointed. The
President and family hiked
from Washington Tuesday for
Pass Christian, Miss., where
they will sojourn for three
weeks. The office seekers
are trying to look pleasant,
but when they think of that
easy money which ts still go
ing to republican officeholders
who should have been re
lieved months ago, we im
agine they feel like saying
some very uncomplimentary
things about "Woodrow the
Since the above was placed
in type we see by a Washing
ton dispatch that the presi
dent placed postoffice
missions in the socks of three
Idaho democrats before leav
ing for the South. The lucky
ones were P. C. O'Malley of
Pocatello; Edmund Ellsworth
of Rigby, and H. L. Moppes
of Rupert. O'Malley was
nominated last summer, but
failed of confirmation. He is
a late-eoraer to Pocatello and
the fact that, the president
is determined that O'Malley
shall have this rich plum, will
not set well with the old war
horses of democracy in the
IMPROVED COMMON SENSE BOBS
Nothing Has Ever Been So Good
That It Could Not Be IMPROVED
Are Better Ironed,
Made of Better Material,
Easier Running, I
e SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT COMPANY I
East and West
Via 0. S. L.
Very low round trip rates
from Oregon Short Line
points to Denver, Kansas
City, St. Louis, Memphis,
Omaha, Chicago, St. Paul,
San Francisco, Los Ange
les and many other points.
TICKETS ON SALE
Dec. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 and 31, 1913 and Jan
uary 1, 1914.
Remember the U. P. Systen is
The Direct Route East
See any O. S. L. Agent
for rates and further par
ticulars or write
D* Ev BURLEY,
Automatic Electric Block
General Passenges Agent
SAFETY SIGNALS salt lake city, utah
ED. C. RICH
DEALER I IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
HILLS BROS. HIGH GRADE COFFEE, TEA,
EXTRCTS AND SPICES.
All goods' guaranteed.
CITY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED
: ' ■ WÈP.
My dear, do you think it is wise to have the baby
in such a cold kitchen?
"Your floor is so cold. '
"Why don't you get one of those splendid combination
stoves that both neat and cook?
"If I were you, I would get a
High Oven Range
I« 1 jirü
"It is small and handy. It takes up half the
room of the ordinary range. The oven is so easy
on your back—and it is a perfect wonder
the way it heats your rooms and does
afeligBP the cooking.
"They are the handiest tiling and
use so little fuel.
"You can bum soft coal, slack or lig
nite. They all burn well and easily hold the
fire all night; your fire never goes out.
"We consider our range first-class in
surance against doctor bills." ~
Why don't you get-one?
They are for sale at
See the name " Ont*'»**
genuine without it.
Sold Only by Burrell & Thiel.
So far only member* of tbe j
Nugent faction bave hoisted j
their political lightning rods.
Probably the Hawleyites are
going on the theory that the
first shall be iast and the last
shall be first, when the votes
are counted at the primary
election next September.
Annual Seed Fair at Pocatello.
On January 19, 20 and 21 at Poc
atello the Annual Convention of Ida
ho Seed Growers and the State Seed
Fair will be held.
It is the purpose of these events to
give a New Year's impetus to the
campaign for better seed In Idaho.
It is a well known fact and one which
is fully recognized at the Seed markets
of the continent, that the quality of
Idaho grown seed of all kinds is the
highest. Nature has endowed the
farmers of our State with all the con
ditions of soil, sunshine and climate
to give plumpness and quality to all
their farm seed. It is tbe fanner's
part to see that his crops are free
from weeds, that they are Improved
by selection and that they are mar
keted to the best advantage. These
questions will be discussed at the
Seed Grower's Convention by men
Who have made themselves famous
by their investigations and teaching.
Solutions will be offered for many of
the farmer's problems and an oppor
tunity will be given for all to present
their seed grain and weed difficulties
before a body of persons deeply inter
ested in these things.
All concerned in better seed and
better markets for the same are
earnestly invited to send exhibits to
the Seed Fair and attend the Con
For futher information and pre
mium list address—J. S. Sessions,
HEITMAN MAY RUN
AS A DRY CANDIDATE
Cœur d'Alene, Dec. 28.— With
signatures representing more than
sixty per oent of the voters of Koot
enai county, Charles L. Heitman
former chairman of the Republican
state committee, and leader of the
drys in this county, filed a petition
for a special local opton election in
this city Saturday. This petition is
the second to be filed by the drys
for an election within the last three
months, the first having been over
ruled by the commissioners because
of alleged irregularities,
Heitman 1 b a possible candidate
for the Republican gubernatorial
nomination and will, it is under
wood, insist upon a state-wide prohi
bition plank in the party's platform.
Christmas Holiday Rates.
Via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on
sale between local points Decemfler 19,
80, 21, 22, 28, 24, 25 and 31, 1918 and
January 1, 1914; limit Jan. 5, 1914
See agents for rates and farther partic
Lost, Strayed or Stolen.
from Fairview, Wyoming, one bay
horse branded with V above horizontal
bar on right thigh, tip of one ear ent
off. One sorrel horse branded with
circle nnder a bar on left thigh and XL
on right shoulder. A liberal reward
will be given for information leading
to their recovery.
Sick headache is nearly always caused
by disorders of the stomach. Correct
them and tbe periodic attack of sick
headache will disappear. Mrs, John
Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes;
''About a year ago I was troubled with
indigestion had sick headache that last
ed for two or three'days at a time.
I doctored and tried a number of
remedies but notbiug helped me until
during one of those sick spells a friend
advised me to take Chamberlain's
Tablets. This medicine relieved me in
a short time."—For sale by all dealers.
Notice to Creditors.
Notioe is hereby giveu by the under
signed administratrix of the estate of
Thomas Curran, deoeased, to the cred
itors of, and all
againBt tbe sai
snch claims, with tbe neoessary vouch
ers within ten months after the first
pubi ication of this notice, to the said
administrix, at her home on Depot
street, Montpelier, Idaho, which said
plaoe as an office, the undersigned se
lects as her place of business, in all
matters connected with the said estate
of Thomas Curran, Deoeased.
Administrix of the estate
of Thomas Curaan, d©cased '
persons having claims
d .deceased to exhibit
Wm. J. Ryan,
Attorney for administrix,
Notice of First Beefing of Creditors.
In the District Cotut of the United States for
theeasterrt district of Idaho, in bankruptcy.
In the matter of John L. Lake, bankpupt.
To the creditors of John L. Lake. of the dist
Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of
December, 1918. the said John L. Lake was duly
udiucuted bankrupt, and that the first meeting
>f his creditors will be held at the office of the
uuderMigned Referee, in Montpelier, Idaho, in
oiid district, on the 10th day of January, 1914, at
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which time and
and transact such other business as may proper
ly come before said meeting.
12 26 2t
L. M Cl.AVE.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
Ashley & Cooley
Office hours—10 to 12: 2 to 4; 7 to »
Montpelier office at hospital
Paris office, Dr. Cooley's residence
Montpelier Phones 169 and 63
Paris Phone 28
of the Season *
Conscientious efforts on our part to
give an honest dollar in value for every
dollar invested, has long ago established
confidence in our
goods and business
We solicit a continuance of the splendid
business which we have enjoyed in the
past and extend to our many patrons best
wishes for a happy and prosperous New
BRENNAN & DAVIS
AINMUAL, FINANCIAL STATEMENT
(Continued from Last Page.)
Jumr certificates and witnesses
Stationery and records ..
1 , 000.00
•Stationery and records, mise, and institute....
Witness certificates .,
Meais for jurors ....
Witness certificates ...
Fuel, water and lights..
Miscellaneous expense, additions and repairs...
Poor and Indigent Sick.
v 68. Ö0
Support of indigents .
Medical attendance ..
Burial of pauper dead
Temporary aid .
1 , 000.00
County printing .
Two elections ..
Miscellaneous, probation officer
Grand total chargeable to current expense.
ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURES—ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS FOR
FISCAL YEAR 1912.
1,147.28 $ 14,129.55
Tools and machinery .
Culverts, labor and rock
Grand total chargeable to road and bridge.
ABSTRACT OF EXPENDITURES—COUNTY SCHOOL FUNDS FOR
FISCAL YEAR 1912.
9,589.47 $ 40,456.89
Teachers' salary .
Clerk's salary .
Fuel and etc.
Furniture and fixtures.
Books and stationery .
Gtrand total chargeable to schools
By total receipts from all sources.
To total expenditures for all purposes.
By deficiency (if any) .
Deduct revenues other than property taxes, 1912,
Net amount due from second installment delin
quent roll for 1912.'.
Levy necessary to meet total expenditures for the year 1912, $ 4.764*
$ 148,646.85 $ 148,646.85
37,190.04 $ 131,510.06
STATE OF IDAHO,
Bear Lake County, ss
H. H. Broomhead. being first duly sworn, deposes and savs that he is
the ex-officio County Auditor of said Bear Lake Countv. and that the fore
going is a full, true and complete statement of the financial condition of
said county fo# the fiscal vear beginning on the second Monday in April
A. D. 1912, and ending on the second Monday in April. A. D 1913 '
' H. H. BROOMHEAD.
• Ex-Officio Auditor of said Countv.
Subscribed in mv presence by the said H. H. Broomhead. and bv him
sworn to before me this 24th day of April, A. D. 1913. J
JESSE P. RICH.
Approved April 24.1913.
EZRA J. HOWELL, Chairman Board County Commissioners.
Leverich & Hess
Hay, Grain, Pork, Veal and
Custom Rolling Done While
Utah and Rock Springs
CO A L
Our Pastry and Cake Beats
that you ever ate. Onr counters are
crowded with things to eat, that Just
make you hungry to look at It is
not all in looks either. In the eat
ing is where the real goodness asserts
itself. Just try our baking for once;
we'll bet a doughnut you never both
er again with baking your own pas
try or cake.
THE ROYAL BAKERY
THE VINCENT FURN. GO.
Undertaking & Embalming a Specialty
House Phone 8a
H. H. KING
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Surgeon O. S. L Rv,
Office over First National TtnnV
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone 115
D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PhUSlGlan and Suraeon
All Calls Promptly Amended
Office hours : 10 to 12 m and 2 to 4 p m
Offices over Modern Pharmacy in
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