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BAKING POWDER THE MONTfrELIER EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY The Examiner Pnblishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager Entered at the posloffiee in Montpelier, Idaho, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .$1.60 Six months, if paid in advance.76 One year, in advance Montpelier, Idaho, Dec. 4, 1914 The Examiner joins with not only the citizens of Bear Lake county, but with those throughout the Fifth judicial district, in extending congrat ulations to Judge Alfred Budge upon his appointment to the high office of justice of tne supreme court. While not a native of this county, the Judge has spent the greater part of his life here and the people, regardless of their re ligious or political beliefs, hold him in the highest es teem. They cannot, there fore, but feel proud to think that one of the old-time citi zens of the county has been thus highly honored. How ever, there is some degree of regret mingled with their pride for they realize that his visits to Bear Lake in the fu ture will be much less fre quent than they have been, since his removal to Pocatello, and they will miss that cor dial hand-shake and pleasant chat with him. But even though be now wears the er mine of a justice of the su preme court, to his old time friends in Bear Lake, he will still be the same genial "Alf" as he has been in the past. Judge Budge takes with him to the supreme bench an ex perience of twelve years as judge of the Fifth judicial dis trict—an experience which well fits him to discharge the duties of supreme judge, and entitles him to the honor which Governor Haines has conferred upon him. We doubt if any man has ever been elected to the supreme bench in Idaho, who has had the ju dicial experience that J udge Budge possesses. That his record during the next four years will be such that the people of Idaho will retain him as justice of the supreme court for another full term, is the prediction of the Examiner. The Nampa Leader Herald, after reviewing the rise and fall of the several third party movements- in this country during the past 40 years, pre • diets that the next third party which will "cut any figure" in the nation will be the prohibi tion party. It says: "It is quite clear from a study of our national history that whenever general condi tions are not favorable we may be sure a third party movement will be inaugu rated. What will the next movement of this sort be? In the opinion of this paper it will be a national prohibition party. It is true there has been such a party for many years, but its cardinal princi ples have not been considered seriously until the last few years and then the attempt has been made to apply them through small units as cities, counties and states. The fail ure of the attempt to control the liquor traffic through these meaDs becomes more and more apparent. It is quite certain that so long as liquor is made in large quantities anywhere in the United States ways and means will be found to get it to consumers. With wet coun ties and wet states bordering on dry states, it ië self-evi dent that the dry territory will largely suffer from the evils of intemperance while being deprived from reaping any benefits in the way of rev enue. With the temperance sentiment growing and the evils of small units becoming more and more apparent does it not seem reasonable that all the temperance forces will soon unite in a movement that will have for its principal ob ject the absolute obliteration of the sale and manufacture of liquors throughout the na tion? When that movement starts it will at once become formidable. It will not only attract the millions who are already enlisted on that side, but it will attract hundreds of thousands of others who are in favor of temperance as a principle but who believe that the attempt to control the li quor traffic through small units with different regula tions results in unequal busi ness conditions and accom plishes little or nothing fol gen uine temperance. »» FOR SALE. 27 tons good baling hay, 33 tons good stock hay, 101 bushels oats; lo cated on Robinson Ranch, 3 miles west of Montpelier. Apply E. G. Whitcomb, Hydraulic Dredge. Christmas Goods for Little Folks Young Folks and Old Folks The first of next week I will have on display at my corner store a large line of toys for the little tots, and a well selected assortment of suitable gifts for the older boys and girls, and also for the fathers and mothers. Everything will be sold at prices to suit the times. When you start on your Christmas shopping tour don't fail to inspect my stock. Remember the place, the little store with big Christ mas bargains, at the corner of Main and Ninth streets. MRS. i.w. WHINYATES ***** OVER 66 YEARS* L EXPERIENCE Patents Dcsigns Copyrights Ac. Anyone Rending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an in volition is probably patentable. Communie«- > Hons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency foreeeuHngpaUMiu. Patente taken through Muun A Co. rooalre spécial notice, without charge, in tho Scientific JUnerkan. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest dr- ! eolation of any sclentllle journal. Terms, |S a l rear ; four months, %L Bold by all newsdealer». Dr. Q. T. SMITH Dentist Parlors over Riter Bros' Store ! Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4 j Wwigrowers Elect Officers At their annnai meeting in Kern merer last week the Lincoln County Woolgrowers' association elected the following officers : President- Joe C. Kinney Vice president— J. W. Cbrisman Sec'y-treasurer—A. D. Noblitt Executive board—Morris Thomas, E. ï. Brandley, O. T. Papworth, Par ley Anderson and J. B. Smith. Remember the Saturday night dances at the pavilion; good mu sic, good floor and good order. Strangers welcome. Tickets 60 cents. Check room free. Montpelier Theatre OINE INIQHT OINL,Y Monday, Dec. 7 th m 7 ' à L&b : ELW1N STRONG -offers THE BROADWAY SUCCESS THE CALL OF THE WEST M ii A Romane* of the Early Seventies Western Customes Capable Cast ALL SPECIAL SCENERY Popular Prices: 25, 35 and 50 Cents , SEATS ON SALE AT JONES-ROBISON'S ATOMIZER FREE With each one ounce purchase of Harmony Perfume We give a pretty Perfume Atomizer Free. Harmony Perfume is recog nized the world over for Its tand ard of Excellence. RITER BROS. DRUG CO. Hie Rexall Store An Ever Lasting Gift Yoor Photo What could be more fitting than your portrait for the Christmas remembrance—to carry your simple message of friendship? Thirteen beau t i f u 1 gifts at our regular one dozen prices is our Christmas offer to you. Why worry yourself with endless shopping? Make a half hour pointment with us to day. * Studio Open Sundays by Appointment . M lit ap The Rinehart Studio QUALITY PORTRAITS AND CHRISTMAS KODAKS Phone 165 Montpelier We Want Yoor Cream. Bring your créant to the Jensen ! Creamery Co. They pay the highest market price, guarantee correct teatc. and Ueue a check for your cream aa goon as It U tested. Some one al ways at the station to receive your cream and patrons given courteous treatment»— N. C. Nelson, manager. Sick Two Yean with indigestion "Two years ago I was greedy benefit ed through using two or throe bottles of Cbsmberlsln's Tablets,'' writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elide, Ohio. Before tak ing them I was sick for two years with Indigestion. 8oid by ell dealers. % TOYLAND t m Is a Happy Land, for Joy Reigns Supreme | * Because the very atmosphere fairly tingles with the true Chaistmas spirit. Take away the toys and the dollies and you'll take away Christmas, for how dull it would be at Christmas time ij it were not for the "kid dies," and you know every "kiddie" loves toys and dollies. You grown-up folks who have not caught the spirit of Christmas—come to our Toyland and watch the "kiddies. Displays are complete in every line and the earlier you begin your shopping, the greater will the service you render to yourself and everybody else. Our toys and dolls are marked at the same low prices of other years and the display is just as large and attractive. * m it* 3; * t * * £ * m t m ? * n * * m * * m a * I m Of m % SHOP EARLY m * For You Have Only Seventeen More Days in Which to do Your Shopping Ü0 m % BRENNAN & DAVIS m * iii m Idaho Montpelier, m * * m T Y I 9 . 'a Y fr k True quality is easily V discerned. It has a hall maik of its own. Likewise in stoves. Builders of high class ranges never resort to cheap and flashy trimmings. Real efficiency ranges sell on their merits alone. ■A Cole's Down I »MMMiwur- —Mte: ..cmaSSi er ii* ■ Draft Range is a leader in this class. It is hand some in appearance — has just enough plain nickle plating to properly show off the richness of design. Constructed of high grade material only and embodying many of the conveniences and economies only looked for in higher priced steel ranges but sold at a moderate price. It is the product of the range experts of the United States —the Cole Mfg. Co., and is a fine sample of their line. Come in and see it. Burns any fuel. I S.« (Aa noma "Cols'* Down Draft the high doNf door —none genuine without it Sold Only By Burrell & Thiel 667 HOME VISITORS EXCURSIONS EAST via Union Pacific System Very low round trip fares from Oregon Short Line points to Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Minneapo lis, Chicago, St. Paul and many other points. TICKETS ON SALE Oct. 24; Nov. 21, 23 December 19 and 22 LIMIT 3 MONTHS FROM DATE OF SALE See any OREGON SHORT LINE Ag ent for rates and further particulars Get Your Butter Wrappers from the Examiner Office. Mr*. McClain'« Experience with Croup "When my boy, Ray, was small he was subject to croup, and I waa always alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than any other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never with out it in the house for 1 know it is a Writes Mrs. positive cure for croup. W. R. McClain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. H. H. KING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surg «on O. S. L. Rv. Office over First National Bank Office Phone 109 Residence Phone 115 Montpelier, Idaho Coming Down the Line and taking everything with us. Qet you laundry ready that we may deliver it promptly. We can do "hurry-up jobs, but prefer time enough to properly in spect our work before de livering. Montpelier Steam Laun dry & Dry Geaning Co. East lain Si. Phone 202 Business Man Praises Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Successful March.nt After Investigation Found a Rsmsdy That Ht atorad Hla Health. "Tha la Thanksgiving day In the atato of Pennsylvania, and I want to devoto a part of It In writing a A l*tter 'to you. y On tha 28th day k of November. ' 18 , ft I waa stricken Jr with heart? 4 troubla. My . family physician called It Angina Pectoris. I had from on« to five y) attacks In " houro, In the latter part of ) iru* cy / _ 1 wrote to the * alc * J O».. (or information cernlng my cane, and In reply I * '»t ,T T * nd Instructive and h. I t^M I ' d6d to mr family doctor, wid he told me to use your Remedies ta connection with the medicine he Sf Dr m MII«' bÜ£* l U **? av * ta*«« bottle, ®*medy and seven Dr. Miles' Nervine, confined to the house for months, <" * ow * naa twen normal D? rruly recominend Dr. Miles Nervine and Heart Remedy they are Intended forlf ta md ncco rdtag to directions, you kindly for your advice In answer to my monthly reporta. I am now sixty •even years of a««, have been in thn mercantile businem (or thlrtyX.^^ *nd lived retired for the lut Uürte A. B. HOLdJNamt, Mile« con received letter, _. - about (our The action of my heart to MIUU MKDICAL CO., Klkhart.