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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice is hereby given that taxes are now due and pavable at the court house, Paris, Idaho, iax will become delinquent on the •2nd Monday of December after which oUcts will be added. Property taxes will become de linquent on the 1st Monday in Jan uary and unless paid prior thereto 8 per cent will be added thereon, and 6 per cent will be added if not paid before the 1st Monday in March, with such other costs as may be provided by law, besides interest at 12 per cent per annum: from the said 1st Monday of Janu ary. Poll 1 For the accommodation of tax payers living on the east side of the river also Nounan and 8-Mile, ar rangements have been made where by they may pay their taxes to J. K. Brennan at his store in Montpe lier. Emmett J. Howell, Assessor & Collector. SUMMONS. in the District Court of the Fifth Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Bear Lake. Sidney Stevens Implement Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. David C. Stuart and James S. Holland, co-partners, lately doing business un der the firm name and style of Stuart & Holland, defendant. j , State of Idaho,to David C. Stuart and 1 James S Holland. In the name of the State of Idaho: -You are hereby noti tied that there is uow ou file in the office of the < lerk of the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the county of Bear* Lake, the complaint of Sidney Stevens Implement Company,plaintiff, to recoy er the sum of Two thousand and twen tyoneand 87-100 dollars upon their several promisory notes given to said plaintiff by said defendants and a bal a nee of account due from said defend ants to said plaintiff, the particulars of which more fully appear from a copy of the complaint (in said action herewith served and made a part hereof. The particulars more fully appearing in plaintiff's complaint, a copy which i -1 served herewith and made a part hereof, and that unless you appear and answer to said complaint within ten days after the service thereof, if served within Bear Lake county, and within twenty days if served out of said coun ty, but within said Jndicial district, and within forty days if served out of said district (exclusive of the day of service,; Judgment will be taking against you for the smn of two thons and and twenty one and 87-100 dollars besides interest and cost. In testimony thereof, I. James E. Hart Clerk of said District Court, bave hereunto set my band and affixed the Seal of said Court at Paris, Idaho, this 14th day of July A. D. 1900. / James E. Hart. Clerk of the District Court. Glenn A Baum, Attorney's for Plaintiff. The population of the state of Idaho as officially announced today is as follow»! 1900 ifil 77Q is as lonowsi 1900,101,^2,1890, 84,380. This is an increase of 77,387. or ' 91.7 per cent since 1890. The popn lation in 1880 was 32,610, showing ' , "'fo an increase of 51,775, or 158.7 per .3951. .2849. .12,821. .-.9921 . 10.211». .13,451. Idaho's Population. cent fiom 1880 to 1890. By counties the population of the state is as follows: -Ada. Bannock Bear Lake... Bingham Blaine. Boise... Ganyou. Cassia. Custer. Elmore. Fremont. fdaho. Kootenai. Latah. .11.559. .11,702. ..7051. ..10,447. ...4900. ...4174. ....7497 . .. .2280. Lemhi. Lincoln. Nez Perce.. Oneida. Owyhee.... Shoshone... Washington ... 8446. .. ..1784. ..13,748. . .8933. ...8804: ..11,950 ...6883. ; . • • r * COMMISSIONERS ' PROCEEDINGS FOURTH DAY. Adjourned session of the board of county commissioners. The board met at 11 «'clock a. m. No vember 12 19oO. Present O Transfcrnm Jr.chairman, C. tVebster and Philemon Lindsay commissioners, and James E. Hart, Clerk, when the following pro ceedings were had to*wit: The following bill was allowed and a warrant ordered drawn on the current expense fund: P. N- Hemert indigent |5 00 Adjournment having been taken un til this day for the purpose of hearing the reports of the yieweis heretofore appointed to view and lay out roads pe titioned for by N. M; Williams and Fred Bartsr.hi of Nounan. The said reports not having been sub mitted. Ordered that this board do now adjourn until Monday Nov. 19, 1900, at 10 o'clock a. m. to receive said reports. 1 Attest : James E. Hart, Clerk. O. Transtrum Jr. Chairman In the Justice's Court of Montpelier j precinct, County of Bear Lake, State 1 of Idaho. Thomas L. Glenn, plaintiff, Triest & Co., defendant, The State of Idaho sends greeting to Triest & Co., defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear before me at my office in Montpelier, in the County of Bear Lake,on the 7th day of January 1901, at 10 o'clock a. in., in an action brought against you by said plaintiff, to answer to the complaint of the above named plaintiff, Said action is brought to recover from the sum of fifty dollars due from yon to plaintiff for professional services ren dered yon by plaintiff, the particulars of which are more fully set forth in a copy of the complaint hereto attached and made apart hereof, and you are hereby warned that judgment, will be taken against you for the sum of fifty dollars, together with the costs of this suit, if you fail to appear and answer, To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county, Greeting: Make legal service and due returns hereof. Given under my hand this 23id day of ALIAS SUMMONS. vs. October, A. D., 1909. T. L. Glenn, I» the Justice's court of Montpelier pre cinct, county of Bear Lake, 8 late of Idaho. Tlx>mas L. Glenn and Peter M. T'anm, Co partners, doing business under the firm name and style of Glenn & Baum plaintiffs, John A . Kelly, Justtice of Peace. 35-40 Plaintiff's Attorneys. ALIAS SUMMONS. , ! vs. I Joseph B. Crosby, defendant. The state of Idaho tends greeting to 8 "ed to appear before me. at my office in the city of Montpelier.in the county of Bear Lake, 0 n the 7th day of January, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m-, in an action brought ?£ ainat P^ Btiffö *o answer the complaint of the above named platn ! tiffs. Said action is brought to recover ! ,rom P^ÎÏL 8Q , m M of tw ,° hundred and seventy 80100 dollars for professional services performed by them for you be tween the first day of August. 1900 and the 15th day of October. 1900, and money expended by them during said term for your use and benefit as more fully appears by the said complaint, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, or judgment will be taken against yon for the said amount, together with costs of the suit, if yon fail to appear and answer. To the Sheriff or any Constable of said eonnty. Greeting: Make legal ser vice and due return hereof. Given tinder my hand this 25th day of October, A. D 1900. i John A. Kelly, Justice of Peace. 35 40 Glenn Baum. Attorneys in prrson. 0; 4* iif .. OF THE i * m finest goods and 9/ 9/ BEST VALUES. w * w « My Stock is in and it will be a pleasure^ fa for you to examine it. jfjLow Prices coupled with Big Values, JJMs the Combination that wins your Trade>& fLin my Elegant Assortment of Sprin ^Summer Novelties in « w vli d# an Dru Goods, Groceries Shoes, Hats, Gaps. Furnishino Goods, Garpets, Notions, tàs Of vèjr (8 EtG.U w Hi I offer a splendid line of High Graded tJjGoods at fairest figures. If you want a little better article at «little lower price than you expected to^ mpay, come to my store. w w Ü1 \k John R. Brennan, Montpelier. Idaho,! V« (8 * Hit Banl^ of Montpelier CAPITAL, Fully Paid, $20,000 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. -OFFICERS and DIRECTORS: J. W. STONER, Vice Pres. G. SPONGBERG, ftsst. Gastier. G. E. vmEELftND, Pres. G. C. GRAY. Cashier, 6. WEBSTER. MONTPELIER IDAHO. I I % k i Corner of •WJIasMnqton Tkvt ant mb street, 'O 8 Ô' HE . . s I % V, Palace Saloon. s / ✓ . v; * 'H •4 % h m J. F. O'CONNOR, PROP. % S U w 1 k i finest Mines, liquors an& Cigars. MONTPELIER. IDAHO. % K if > « % * y THE exftMiNeR oppiee Is the place to get Neat Job Work • •