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(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) PROCEEDINGS. townahip 12 south range 44 east, thence west to Bear river, thence down Bear river to a point due west of the place of beginning, thence east to the place of beginning. GEORGETOWN Beginning at the south ivest corner ot section 29 township 11 south range 41 east and running thejnee west to Bear river, thence north along Beat river to a point where Church Ranch creek empties into Bear river, thence oust one mile thence north to thenorth oru boundary of the cohnty, thence «ist along boundary line to the east! line of range 44 east thence south along Bail east line of range 44 oast to a point due east of point of beginning, thence west to place of beginning. . xT .noijnan. Commencing at a point at Pescadero Station on Bear river and running] thence northerly along said river to the Church Ranch creek thence westerly along said creek to the western bound ary of Bear Lake county, thence south along tne western boundary of said county to a point due west of the place beginning, thence east to the point of beginning. Commencing at a poirit one mile east of where the Church Ranch creek emp ties into Bear liver, running-thence north to the Bannock county line, theee j west along said line to the western | boundary of Bear Lake county, thence j south along said bouuda.iy line to point duo west of the point of begin ning, thence east to thq place of begin ning. KJGI-IT MILK. a 1 DINGLE. I Commencing at the outlet bridge east of St Charles and running thence northerly along the outlet to the north west corner of township 14 south range ! 44 east, thence east along said township) line to Bear river, thence southerly along Bear river to a point due east of the place of beginning, thence west to place of beginning, WXRPBOKO, Commencing at the sorffh west corner ! of township 13 south range 44 east run ning thence north three miles, thence cast on section line to the center of township 13 south range 45 east, thence south on section line 21 to Bear river, thence running down Bear river to south line of township 13 south range 44 east, thence west oh township line to place of beginning. ncvreR. Commencing at a point where the boundary line between Idaho and Wyo ming intersects the section line be tween sections 14 mid 23 township 14 south range 43 east Boise Meridian, running thence west on said line to east boundary line of east Montpelier precinct, thence south to the boundary line between Idaho and Utah,thence oast to south east corner of the state of Idaho, thence noi th to place of begin ning. THOMAS rOUK. Beginning at the south east corner o£ of section 33 towmthip 1! south range 45 east, running thence east to eastern boundary of the county, thence south along said boundary lino to section line between sections 14 and 23 township 14 south range 40 east, thence west to the east boundary of east Montpelier pre cinct thence north along slhid boundary Due to place Of beginning.. In the matter of the appointment of ( lection officers for) the general election to lie lieki November (», 1900. Ordered that thy following named persons be and they are hereby appoint < (■ election officers as follows to-wit: . FISH HAVEN. - t Registrar, Rosetta Roberts. - » Disc (. lerlr, Isabella Stock. Judges. CC Shirley. George D. Find lsy and Magnus Erickson. ST CHARLES. Registrar, »LeolH V Rich. Distributing cltfrk, Mrs. IL M. Pug mire. ) Rooeiving jndjges, Andrew Jensen, Andrew Galloway, and W. L. Allred. Counting judges. E, C. Winn. J. A. Hunt Sr and S. W. Tremelling. BLOOMINGTON PRECINCT. l o : Ntrar. E. Jj Haddock. va * j Distributing clerk, Mrs O. C. Dun : fold. Receiving judges, William Painter, ! Thomas Ward, Mrs. D. E. Briscoe. Counting judges, Anna Bateman, Alina Findlay, Nellie Hart. PARIS PRECINCT Registrar, C. H. Wright. Distributing clerk,Miss L. M Humph phrevs. Receiving judges. Adelina Horsley, H. T. Humphreys. Joseph A Neibaur. Counting judges, H. Bolton, Alvin Rich, H. R. Shepherd. OVID PRECINCT. j Mathisen. Registrar, Joseph Johnson. Distributing clerk. Mrs. Caroline j Receiving judges, John Olsen, Eve 1 ^ n< ; Rosenbaum, Martin Sorensen Counting judges, 0. Sorensen, Mrs. j ^ ar y Jensen, A. P . Nelson. LIBERTY PRECTNCT, Registrar— D. R. Tourner. Distributing clerk, Miss Maud Austin. Receiving judges, Geo. H. ' James ( lark, Albert Beutler. Counting judges, J. s. Me Murray, D R Morgan, James l'oulsen. Passey, NOUN AN. Registrar—Esther Lindsay. Distributing clerk, MrsNephi Skinner Judges—Edgar Lindsay, N M Wil liams, Joseph Skinner. BENNINGTON. Registrar—W H Lee. Distributing clerk, Geo E Lindsay. . Jame8 CoileLt ' G C ■ j A S, ln 7-* Vv ,' eiivö r | judges J 11 1 îerson, R A j ' anormail > D 4 Oakey. GEORGETOWN. 1 Registrar—Abel Smart. Distributing clerk — Miss Beatrice Holt I Receiving judges—George Hoff, R P Ludwig, C J Anderson, Counting judges—John Dunn, W W Richards. Geo. eelimit. ! EIGH r MILE. Registrar— B F Glauner. Distributing clerk—Mrs À S Root Jr. Judges—James G Miller, James Mun ro, Joseph (Simmons. WaRDBORO. Registrar—Eliza Dalrymple, Distributing clerk—J C Stuart. Judges— L G Christie, Peter C Mor- i tensen, J W Langford. NUPHER. Registrar—John () Miller. Distributing clerk—J W Cook . Judges— Byron Nelson, George II Horrance, Charles Taylor DINGLE. - ! Registrar—Alfied Sparks. Distributing clerk—Caddie Dayton. Judges—VV M Qnavle, Hvrum Oakey, A W fcparks. WEST MONTPELIER. Re.istrar—Ed C Rich. Dietrihuting Clerk— M F Whitman. Receiving judges— G C Gray, Frank Jones, Chas. E Harris. Counting Judges—J MoseLewis, Joseph Fuller. east mon ipelier. Registrar—R. A. Birch. Distributing clerk, Deborah Dairy F O'Connor. m ple. Receiving judges—Peter Hauck, Ed. Croft, F M \V inters. ^Counting Judges—J Joseph Jones, Wm Riud, Morris Holmes. THOMAS FORK. Registrar—Henry Evans.. Distributing clerk—Mrs. Hvrum Holmes. Judges--Levi R Hart, A F.Price, Al va Evans. The following named places designated for bolding the election in the various precincts: F ish Haven school house. Ft Cl aries meeting house. 1 loomington school house. Paris school house. Ovid meetinghouse. Liberty school house. Most Montpeiier, Brennan's Hall. Ean Montpelier, City Hall. 1 ennington s hool house. Georgetown school house. Noamtn meeting bouse. i ingle school house. Nu plier school house. Thom»»« ^ >H- lower school house. Eight Mile bcho 1 lu use. iiikfobuio uk ciing house. were ; al lowed | the ; "j The following b ! lls and warrants ordered drawn on Road and Bridge Mind, andl errent Lx- . pense Fund respectively : J. Pierson, labor on road.. D. C. Stuart quarters salary Peter Hemert, indigent. . Ordered that this board do now journ until tomorrow at 10 o'clock a. m., July 21st, 1000. were $28 00 ... 12 50 .. 10 00 i j j ild O. Tkanstkcm. Jr.. Chairman. Attest: James E. Hakt, Clerk. Prevented A Tragedy. Timely information given Mrs. George Long, of New Strait s ville, Ohio, saved two lives. A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured her ; and she writes, this marvelous medicine also cured Mr. long j of a severe attack ot Pneumonia. Such cures are positive proof of its power to cure all throat, chest and lung troubles, Only 50c ana $1.00. Guaranteed. 4 rial bottle free nt Eiter Pros, drug store, ' . ° . . . »ot as an unexpected visitor, niomhs their daughter, T> . , . , ' Rinehart lias been A Weary One at Rest. Yesterday morning death came to and Mrs. Staple» on Petroleum avenue, but For Mrs. 1 fat-tie with the home of Mr. carrying on an unequal struggle for life that fell disease consumption, passage hence was peaceful and signed, her last words be re * 'mV 1 i scenes. J Re 1 Her mg: '-It is getting dark," as the closin to earthly funeral services or were held at the j \S \ Wi b ili ill if# p jjj and the slaughter stjlt continues SWEDEL & HANSEN' .1. Hi $ w m m w C (j-, ne of Groceries,I Shoes, and the * Finest Line of Gents k fTJRNiSHlNGS. I ; iii thè Best Li Cloth in O' Ö ? w W) j|jWE DEFY COMPETITIONS °Xi a . nClQMl ^°fG»od 8 . ice Cream and? DELICIOUS DRINKS ALW ÇN HAND if/ 1 it/ il/ SUMMER « YS '\i» m ¥ m iki Wedel & i-f a Next to Con. Tmn \Z4 m eo, « stop vJ-montpelier, idaho. 2 ' | house. Rev. ; *eely officiating. "j floral tribute^ were beaut iful service ternie« and cheerful. . !iu The deceased was born in Branch, Iowa, thirty-eight go. She had been twice the tirst time to S. K. Burns died at Chaianooga, Term., years ago of o probable that she contracted disease by her faithful attend»-; upon him during his illness. year a uiarrd seval onsumption and iij., 1C j Their home was at Montpelier, lr, ho, though Mrs. ÏI has bee; her parents a largo part of the tint*' her health seeming better here. V this account they decided to locate in Florence and had recently yi. chased the photograph gallery C. A. Erickson. Mrs. Rinehart i < > children were born to them who^J now living, Mabel aged 17 a:.i Willie 14. February 20, 1898, she was inur ried to E. W. Rinehart, who v the others now mourn their lo... u With, was an anna.ile woman, an earnest Christain zealous in church arid benevci work when time and strength jr| mitted. As Sabbath School intendent, teacher of a class am ganist she filled the place of re< She was withal an as her su?» A 0 artist of abi work attests. Her reinow sadness to the family, ing so soon after they had beeoiu located in their new home. Butte i ^ er * tr lnu ®t have come with tl 1 ( oc ie i,t»q rest and peace.—Flo: g sage of j Citizen.