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see our complete stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Crockery, Glassware, Fur
niture, Carpets, Millinery,
etc. We have the largest
stock ever shown in Bear
Lake county,and our prices
are BEDROCK. Come and
see what we have whether
you want to buy or not.
No trouble to show Goods.
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IDAHO.
Bank of Montpelier
ESTABLISHED 1891.
Paid up Capital, $20,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS:
- J. W. STONER, Vice Pres.
0 . SPONGBERG, ftsst. Gashier.
C. E. WttEELftND. Pres.
G. G. GRAY. Gashier.
G. WEBSTER. *
Montpelier,
Idaho.
We do Transcript and Brief
work at this office.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Dejwrtment of the Interior.
United Bvrt«? Lnndufflce.
Blaokfoor, Idaho, Feb. 16, 1.0M
Notice >» hereby Riven that the following
named witter ha* filed notice of hia
to male" final proof iu tmpnort of his Ct.nm and
that said prooi will be uiudcî before Jtjpu. II.
Wallis, If. 8 Commissioner, at Montpelur, Ida
ho, on April Sth 1001. viz:
CHARLES AIILGREEM
Fbrthe E'£ XWW, NE?£ SW»-,£ NIV^ 8EJ£
Sec. 14, Tn. 13 S R. 44 E,
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence» upon and cu^tiVÄtiou
° Frantz*3I.'-'winters, Charles H Ifogenson An
drew Hidlnnd, Andrew Jacobson, all of Mont
pelier, Idaho.
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Lorenzo R. Tuomas,
Register.
52-5
I hare ? n my possession the following
described animal:
One sorrel mare bhitched brand on left
About. 5 or 6 years olp, weight
shoulder.
about 950 pounds.
If same is not claimed at expiration of
40 days same will he sold under provisions
of ntrary taw. Milton Ward,
Filed Feb. 4'h 1901. Wardboro.
I hare in my possession the following
described animal.
One brown horse about IS or 15 years
old, hind feet white little abov e an kles
small star in forehead. Branded L-D on
right thigh.
If same are not claimed at the expiration
of 40 days, same will be sold under provi
sions of estray law. M. F. Weaver,
Filed Feb. 12 1901 Benningtm,
51-2 Idaho.
I have in my possession the following de
scribed estray:
One black horse 3 or 4 years old brand
ed J-I on left thigh, right hind foot white
small star in forehead, white snip on nose.
Taken up at my îanch one mile south of
Montpelier.
If same is not claimed at the expiration
of 40 days will be sold according to pro
visions of estray law* C. Webster.
Filed Feb. 12 1901.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .
Department of the Interior.
United States Land Office, J
Black foot Idaho, Feb. 5,11)01. »
Notice in hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make ânul proof in support of his claim, and.
that said proof will be made before the Clerk of
Court, at Taris, Idaho, on the 30th of
the J)ist.
March, J901, viz:
RUDOLF niENZ.
For the S'i NE' i, NEW NE'i. SE 1 ^ NWW, of
See 25, in Tw|j. 1« ,3. of Range 43 E. B. Si.
He names the following witnesses to prove
bis euntiauGus residence upon and cultivation
said land viz:
John P. Alleman, George Alleman, William
Bishoff, all of Berne, Idaho, and A. M. Rich ed
Paris Jdahov
Lokkrïo R. Thomas,
Register..
Feb 7-mar 16
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .
DEPARTMENT OE TH* INTERIOR,
Land Office at Bioekfoot r Idaho, h
v .. , , v , Feb. 3, 1901,1
Botice is hereby given that the following
named sattier has tiled notice of his intention
make Anal proof in support of his , laim, and
that said proof will be made before the
Clerk of Ditsrict Court at Paris, Idaho, on Mar
1901. viz.
JOHN P ALLEMAN,
For the 8W>4 8EV 4 SWW, 7 N'WV NEW
N |f\ NW ^' of 8ec * Twp. 12 8, of R.fi
lie names the following witnesses to prove
of raid iMd vis rcaideilcö upon and cultivation
Rudolph Iiienz,John T Rigli*.( hristian Vnm
George Alleman, all of Merile. Idaho. '
Feb 9 mar IS
LORENZO R. THOMAS
Register
DESERET LAND FINAL PROOF
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Black foot, Idaho.
„ . , Peb. 12th RK».
Notice is hereby give» that ENOCH BAGLEY
„Ä, VR ' I ' ,ak ® couidy, Idaho has
filed notiTOof intention to make proof on hfs
deseu-land claim No 2262, for the WW: rwV/
iy. 12 s. u. 46 E. before James H . Wallis U s
Comnusstoner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on Vues'
day the 2d day of April 1901.
He names the following witnesses to nrow
LORENZO It. TUOMAS, Regisier.
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NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
°f Lewi» and Gray doin» a
th?o C d 1 Ug ^ Usl i ief,9at Nounan > Idaho is
Walt L«w!ft Ted u by mntual «onsent.
Walt Lewis to collect all bill» due for
horse services and aH «ther bills to be
collected by G. O. Gray. All partiee
holding claims against said firm for
partnership indebtedness will please
present same to G. C. Gray at onS?
Walt Lewis
G- C. Gray.
Feb. 11th 1901 *
The CiionfanClub,
Miss Jessie McIntosh
the Cluonian Club
entertained
at her Iiomr
Wednesday evening at eight
A part of the program was nC(!l
sarily omitted, but the debate'
the question r
tice would be better
o'clock.
, - u Pon
Resolved, that j lls .
<1
served by three
jury than by the
present system of twelve j Ul L,I
was spirited and inter««!,,» T ,'
amendment to the Constitution J
lting the Club to unmarried
was adopted but the
it understood that
ways welcome,
were
after a general discussion
Club an adjournment
til the usual weekly meeting, te fe
held next week with Miss W
Douglas..
The next two
jadgea acting as a
people
members wish
visitors are al
Current
given by Mr. M„d
events
ge and :
h y the
WRs taken
un
even fug's programs
are two parts of the same subjects
'■'A hew Hours with Longfellow."'
PART ].
A brief sketch of the Author'
Life, by Miss Florence Underwood.
The History of Arcadia, by Miss
Rose Webster.
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Reading of "Evangeline" by Miss
Scarborough.
Instrumental Music,, by Misa
Blanche Chapman.
Open. Parliament;
The School
ReeesSy its advantages and disad
vantages,
Groo.
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opened by Mr. Hayes.
Vote by the C. C. on the
merits of the question.
Current Events, by Mr. William.
IIulL
FART 2.
Reading of "Evangeline,
Miss Scarborough.
Interesting Facts and Incidents
connected with Longfellow or the
Poem, by Miss Enderlr .
Vocal Solo, [selected from Long
fellow] by Miss Underwood.
Open Parliament: "Have the
Japanese the right to attend our
Public Schools with our own child
ren?" opened by Miss Mary Hull
Vote by the C. C. iu the merits of
the question.
Current Events, by 31 r. Richard
Groo.
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Home Again.
S. J. Kiefi,
Mr. Rich wassideetcd
Bryan Elector,
home again,
to take the election returns of Ida
ho to Washington. It was Ins lust
visit east of the Missouri river.
w
it» entirety was »
3Vhile going li"
Tlie trip in
great trip to him.
stopped oyer at the great cities alo: g
his jouie. He visited Lookoif
;<>« and
Mountain rich in war memories
walked over the battle field w!u* 1
of ii"'
Longstreet's chivalrous sons
South with the rebel yell sweptov (f
the field and where gallant
stood and resisted a charge *
Rock of Gibralter.—News.
FINE JOB WORK
At this office-

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