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Its Interest They Want.
I he Examiner receives monthly a little pamphlet called "Money* Its contributors are partisans of all the political parties. w In reading it over one finds many of the writers to be bankers or their represen t Everyoneof these, in speak expanding currency, always cite the fact that all must bring in interest. atives. *ng about an money That any necessary security" ought to be able to "borrow what money he needs," and that tbe only legitimate way to get money is to borrow it. one who has the 64 None of these seem to entertain the idea that there lew people in the world wh owonld like to do business without paying interest for the privilege,who would like a are a currency sufficient to meet their demands without being under obligations to the national hanks for it. The banks don't want green backs, because they draw no interest. No, bonds good enough for They draw something in. '1 heir idea seems to be to force the are them. general public to borrow what money it wants. Government issues won't do. Money is the ruling power, they say, and it must be kept that way. Anent Jap Labor. The republican club at Evanston has passed a series of resolution» condemning, though mildly, the im portation of Jap labor for section work on the Union Pacific railway in Wyoming. They call on the state convention of their party, to instruct the delegates to the Nation al Convention, at Philadelphia, to take some action in regard to tire matter. While the club's efforts are to be commended, they seem to overlook a point. For years the republican tariff policy has protected the money that is invested in factories and other industries, and any man who raised his voice against this tariff w*as branded as an enemy to his coun All the white this has been the doors of the country try. going on has been open to all classes of labor When a man from every country, lias dared to- raise hi» voice in favor of a policy, that would protect tbe American laborer from these hoi des, he has been branded as a "know as an enemy to the up Thus while nothing building of America. interets hare been pro the money teefced on one band by a tariff, on the other they have demanded, and kept, an open door policy. And the republican party has supported them in both. It wouldn't do to allow goods old world labor made by paupeF, to come in and compete with Amer ican manufactured products because the money interests would be hurt, At the the republicans. so says same time it won't do to close the «•open door" to the foreign cheap labor, because again the money ni would suffer,, so says the re terests ^ub'.ican inactivity. FINANCIAL REPORT. Quarterly Financial Report of Bear Lake County ending April 2,1900. Cash Account Dr. 1900. Jan., 2nd To Balance on hand Miscellaneous Licenses.. Redemption of Property.. " Principal, Interest and Rents on State Lands " Fees paid by various Officers. .. 4 * School books sold by various School Dists.... State Apportionment for Schools. " Property Tax 1899... Poll Tax 189®. . Special School Tax 1899 varions districts..... Penal Fines. Investments returned to Scliool Dist. No. 3.... " Estray Sale. $38508 71 5700 00 49 70 832 03 438 70 . 156 51 . 656 40 . 4320 10 79 00 . 908 80 65 60 21 35 «I «4 44 44 4 4 H 4 00 Cb By Currant Expense Fund War Redeemed " Road and Bridge " " " School State Treasurers Receipts . " Paris City TresurePs Receipts.. *' Montpelier " " . '* Witness Ct rtifieates redeemed. Bear Lake Co, Interest Coupons redeemed. Commission on State Lands sold etc. " County Supts. Order to pay School book Aps.. Interest Conpons, varions School Districts. " District Court Orders. Balance. $11866 72 2049 29 7802 04 8971 77 20 00 214 00 15 50 659 00 »4 4 4 44 64 u •> << 3 74 2375 97 266 00 36 50 $12328 m 44 46606 49 46605 49 April 2nd To Balance on hand 12328 96 CURRANT EXPENSE FUND. To Warrants outstanding Series 1898. " " " " 1899 & 1900. By Cash on hand.. .... *• Balance..... 25 22 2395 94 1374 53 1046 m 2421 16 2421 16 To Balance 1046 68 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. To Warrants outstanding. By Cash on hand... To Balance. 89 05 378 II 290 06 »78 11 378 11 By Balance on band. 2$to 06 STATE OF IDAHO. ) County of Bear Lake, f 88 I, James E, Hart, Auditor and I, L. T. Shepherd, Treasurer in and for the County and State aforesaid, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the finances of Bear Lake County as appears from the records of said County. Witness our hands this 2nd day of April 1900. James E Hart, Co. Auditor. L. T. Shepherd, Co. Treasurer. Let the elub strike at those re sponsible for these things then we will say, "amen" to its efforts. A Snt Bicycle Rider. Will often receive painful cuts, sprains or bruises from accidents. Buck fin's Arnica Salve, will kill the pain and heal the injury. It's the cyclist's friend Cures Chafing, Chapped Hands, Sore Lips, Burns, Ulcers and Piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Try it. Soldi by Riter Bros. Drag Co. State News. Schofield disaster **vags" are on the road; look out for the frauds* North Idaho-particTclarly Idaho, Nez Perce and Latah counties, is receiving a large number of immigrant hciueseek ers. It isgetting more than southern ; Idaho. The base ball seas©» opened ia Poca 'telk> last Sunday morning with »game , between the home team and tbe Short ; Lines, of Salt Lake. A seven Inning game was played, tbe score being 4 to 8 jin favor of Pocatello. Mrs, Thatcher, wifeof J. B, Thatcher off Gentile valley, hart been reported ill with smallpox. County Physician Cas tie has sent down* directions t» have the ! place quaran tined, Mrs . Thatcher is reported to have contracted tbe* disease w bile in Salt Lake City on a visit. —Ad vance. At the school election Monday even ing the people of Diamondville voted for the special) tax of $3,500 and elected the following very proficient board of directors? Gee* W. Griff/n for 3 years, Donald McÂïMster for 2 years, Wm, Armstrong for I year.—News* —"Unde" Jake Kenney was down from Blaterkfoof Sunday, packing tip his household effects preparatory to move his family np to his ranch a few miles east of that place' Mr. Kenney was one of the pioneers of Pocatello. He built one of the first houses on the* west side of the track, Ho says he thought far years that Pocatello would be his home fot all the- time, but since he has decided to make his home* per manently at the ranch it was his desire •o have his children near him.—Trit> ane. Dan Swineharti came down* from Ida ho Falls the first of the week. He says Idaho Fallh has decided to put an elec tric light plant and adds the eatisfae* tory news that he was on Saturday awarded the contract of putting in 1 the plant. Bte contract calls for furnish ing a plant with a capacity of 70*) in candescent-and 35 arc lights, and to be ready for business in ninety days. Dan is naturally very well pleaeed with securing the contract and says he in tends to put them in a dandy plant. H«? has had a great deal of experience in the electric light business ha Pocatel lo and is well qualified to fill his con*' tract- to-the letter.—Tribune Harness PACK Saddles RIDING SADDLES and all kinds of Stockmen's Supples See us if you want to buy in this Hne. m m Call and see the as sortment. The prices are right, too. Ridd's Harness Shop, W. C. NYE, Manager, Also GHapps, Spurs, Bridles. Good flGGommodatians FOR Travelers and Teams . . . Can be had at GflMP GIVEOUT. Rates Reasonable. » m m MOORE & HARRIS. PROPS* THE HOME INSURANCE CO OF UTAH. Fire and Cyclone , Wfeiesr J, ftraut, Pr«H(, Insure new ere it is too late. Rates the Lowest. Also Agent lor Salt Lake Herald and- the- Jnvenilaf Instructor. J. S* Barreit, Agent* flsntpelicr Idaho Thomson & son. PAINTERS and . . PAPERHANGERS 3 « We have recently opened a new shop in Montpelier, two doors-east of Jones Meat Market where wc have a* fine line of Paints, oils r anti Painters Sundries. Wall Papers from 4 cents up. If you h«ye any work in our ten® call and let ns figure on it. We «#u save you money. Montpelier, Idaho.