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THÊ MONTPELIER EXAMINER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY
The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd,
C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager
Montpelier, Idaho, Dec. 31, 1915
Cutered at the poetoffioe In Montpelier,
Idaho, ae eeoond-olaae matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in adyanoe.,...
Six months, if paid in advance.
.«1.50
.75
A Happy New Year t o
Everybody. May peace and
prosperity abide with you
throughout the year.
When the clock in the stee
ple strikes the hour of twelve
tonight, all of Idaho will climb
onto the water wagon. Colo
rado will do likewise. Here
in Bear Lake we have been
riding on the old cart so long
that we have gotten used to it,
but gosh won't it go mighty
hard with the sports in Boise
and other portions of the state
that have been "wet" not to
be able to get their "eye-op
eners" tomorrow morning
and for many mornings to
follow.
Only a few months now un
til we'll be "up to our ears
in politics again. Say, but
time does fly. It seems only
a few months since, the bel
lowing of the Bull Moosers
was beard from Maine to Cal
ifornia, which was sweet mus
ic to the ears of the democrats
for they knew that as Teddy's
herd increased their chances
for victory became more cer
tain. But it will be different
next year.
* Governor Alexander did not
have time to read a report that
had laid on his desk for weeks
—a report that had to do with
a big Carey act project involv
ing the welfare of hundreds
of people and the expenditure
of hundreds of thousands of
dollars. He had time, how
ever, to go to Jerome and
make a political speech and to
Weiser to perform a wedding
ceremony and half a dozen
other similar stunts.—Nampa
Leader Herald.
The Examiner Publishing
Co's taxes were just $1 high
er for 1915 than they were for
1914. Such being the case,
we can't figune out what has
become of that million dollars
Governor Alexander said he
would save to the taxpayers of
Idaho this year. Tbe Exami
ner's special school and city
tax is just the same this year
as it was last, so the raise
comes in the county and state
portion of tbe tax. As the
Examiner isn't the only one
in the state that is paying
more taxes this year than last,
Mose is goingto have a mighty
hard time explaining to the
people where that million dol
lar saving comes in. Of course
he will have some kind of a
story to tell them, and we im
agine he will try to lay all tbe
blame onto the legislature and
tbe republican state officials.
That William J. Bryan is
to be tbe Theodore Roosevelt
of the democratic party now
seems clear. President Wil
son will face a congress full
of hostilities to his
army
plans. He will probably find
congress, as a whole, favor
able to a larger navy, but
with the traditional party op
position to a standing army
and with Bryan at hand to
view with alarm, the Presi
dent will run into some
very
rpugh sledding during this
session of congress.
Bryan does not want to
Mr. Wilson succeed himself,
and he proposes to see to it
that he does not procure a
renomination on a platform
of preparedness. Wilson and
Bryan are playing a shift'
game and the American peo
ple ought to reject both of
these gentlemen and their
ideas at the next national
election.— St. Louis times.
Mr.
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HAIL TO THEE, IDAHO
Idaho has other songs, but this is its only anthem. Patriotism, reverence, beauty and gran*
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Fair though the «kies where our fancies may wander.
Fair though the lands where our footsteps may roam,
Idaho still to the heart will grow fonder,
Fairest of all are the scenes of our home.^.
Mystical light on the mists of the morning,
Gemmed as a rainbow of jewels aflame,
Seen by the red men, thy mountains adorning,
Gave thee, Oh Gem of the Mountains, thy name.
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Where 'mid thy canyons the torrents are flowing;
Where on thy summits the crags are so steep,
Fairest of flow'rs the syringa is growing,
Waking to beauty the desert's gray sleep.
Stainless and fair as that sunburst of glory,
Staunch as the stars, above swerving or blight.
Land that we love be thus ever thy story; .
God of sill greatness still guide us aright
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Death of W. J. Lindsay
By the death of W. J. Lindsay,
which occurred at his home in Ben
nington last Monday, Bear Lake,
oounty has lost another one of its
pioneers Death was caused from
pneumonia. Mr. Lindsay was 61
years of age and had boon a resident
of Bennington for more than 30 years.
Besides his mother, who resides In
Big Horn, Wyo., and is 91 yearf of
tge, he U survived by bis wife,
daughter, Mrs. Jared Parker of Ben
nlngton, a brother Harvey and sister
Rachael. The two latter who reside
In Big Horn, arrived yesterday morn
ing to attend the funeral, which was
held in the Bennington meeting
house yesterday afternoon.
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Dandy Dixie Minstrels
Next Tuesday Night
The Dandy Dixie Minstrels will be
the attraction at the Montpelier thea
tre Tuesday nigjit Jan. 4th. Of tills
company the Cheyenne Leader s4ys: ;
"The Dandy Dixie Minstrels opened
a two-day engagement at tbe Atlas
yesterday afternoon. The first part
is characteristic of the old-time qiin
-ttrel snow, but introduces many new
jokes and song hits.
The last part of the performance,
nr the novelly attractions of the Dill,
embraces one of the most complete
vaudeville entertainments ever
shown here. There are feature acts
such as Pearl Moppin, the hoop rol
ler, Allie Young, the trombone rlr
tuoso, and several other high clans
vaudeville bills with the underlying
coon songs and southern wit"
B|te ^ goo _ |o|lfc
n, e ot m morpion 1
Inches In length is no more irritating
than a bee sting. Large scorpions
may carry a dose of poison eapable of
than two
producing a good deal of local Irrita
tion and bausing some disturbance of
the system. Strong soda water should
be applied locally. Aromatic spirits of
ammonia may be given internally if
the face is pale.
All the Difference.
Some fnea wake up to find them
selves famous; others stay up alt
night and become notorious.—Kansas
City Star.

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Start the New Year right by getting full
value for every dollar you spend—that is the
only way to get ahead.
Whenever you spend a dollar with us you
get full value for every cent of it.
We have a nice line of warm wearing appar
el that is just what you need for this cold
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Bear This la Mind.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far the best medicine in the
market for oolds and cronp," says Mrs.
Albert BlOsser, Lima, Ohio. Many
others are of the same opinion. Ob
tainable everywhere.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Jens P. Jensen, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, administratrix of the estate of
Jeos P. Jensen, deceased, to the credi
tors of, and all persons having claims
against said decedent, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within ten
months after the first publication of this
notice to the administratrix, at tbe of
fice of T. L. Glenn, in the Elisha Strong
block, in the city of Montpelier, in the
county of Bear Lake and state of Idaho,
this being the place fixed for the trans
action of business of said estate.
Dated December 20th, 1915.
Anna Sophia Jensen,
Administratrix of the estate of
Jeus P. Jensen, deceased'
12 31-4t
Estray Notice.
I have in my possession the following
described animal :
One dark bay mare, about three years
old, with white stripe in face, branded
on left thigh with brand resembling
PL combined.
Unleee sooner claimed by the owner,
I will eell the above described animal
at pnbUc anction at my place in Gene
va, Idaho, on Monday, Jan. 24, 1916, at
1 o'clock p. in.
Ephriam Hfrzog.
Lost, a black, 2-year-old colt,
branded LS on right thigh. Inform
ation leadlug to tbe recovery of the
colt will be rewarded by L. J. Shurt
leff, Ovid.
Order to Show Cause Why Order of
Sale of Real Estate Should
Not Be Hade
In tbe Probate Court, County of Bear Lake,
State of Idaho.
Iu tbe matter of tbe estate of Alice J. Tip
pets. deceased.
Harrison Tippetts and Hans Sorensen, tbe
administrators of tbe estate of Aiioe J. Tip
petts, deaceased, baring filed tbetr petition
herein praying for an order of sale of all the
real eatate of tbe said decedent, for the purposes
therein set forth.
It is therefore ordered by tbe Judge of said
court, that all persons interested in the estate
of said deceased appear before tbe said probate
oourt on Friday tbe 2Sth day of January, 19l6,
at II o'clock in tbe forenoon of said day, at tbe
court room of said probate court, at tbe court
bouse In Parts, County of Bear Lake to show
cause why an order should not be granted to
tbe said administrators to sell so much of tbe
real estate of the said deceased as shall be
necessary.
And tbat a copy of this order be published at
least once a week for not less than four succes
sive weeks in Montpelier Examiner, a news
paper printed and published in said Bear Lake
county, Idaho, and that said publication be
completed at least five days prior to said 28th
day of January, U>16.
Dated Dec. 27th, 1913.
SEAL
12-81-41
E. J. HADDOCK,
Judge of Probate
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E. B. Cordell
Architect
And Building Contractor
Before buying plans or letting
contract for that new home.
Special Rates Before Feb. 1st
Address: Montpelier, Idah<
DR. QEO. T, SMITH
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Parlors over Riter Bros' Store
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR To ALL AND MANY
OF THEM. WE WIJH TO THANK OUR PA
TRON J FOR THEIR APPRECIATION OF OUR
EFFORTS DURING THE PA.ST YEAR. FOR
THE NEW YEAR WE PROMUE To Do ALL WE
HAVE IN THE PA.ST AND IF PoJJI&LE, MORE.
WE ALWAYS GIVE FULL WEIGHT AND HIGH
QUALITY GROCERIES AT A FAIR PRICE.
Call and let us tell you all about the 5
Passenger automobile we are going to give
away.
Carl Spongberg
CAN YOU WARBLE?
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If you can't, come to our
store and get a genuine
' Tyrolean warbler. See
the one in our window—
it is a beauty and can
warble to beat the band.
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The Rexall Store
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