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Death of Little Eugene Stuart.
[Comm un icated.] Last Saturday night at 9 «o'clock, September 28, 19.01, the spirit of Eugene, youngest son of D. C. and Mary Stuart, of Wardboro, .took its flight to the heayenly regions above, while his parents, brothers, sisters and friends were gathered around Ins bedside and watched the light <»1 life fade-out of his large, beauti ful blue eyes. His last words and acts were expressing bis unwaver ing love to his heart broken parents. Little Eugene was born February .19, 1892, and was 9 years 7 months •and 9 days old. He was a very in telligent, active and obedient child, and of a gentle, loving disposition. The little fellow was ambitious and was never satisfied unless he oonld assist his brothers in doing the •daily work. For a boy ®f his age he was an expert shot and his favor ite sport was hunting game with his father. He was a great lover of music, could play the mandolin and had an excellent voice for sing ing. Eugene loved his baby sister and when they were out at play the another felt confident that no harm would befall the little one. Last Monday rright he attended a «concert at the meeting house and the same evening was taken idl with rheumatism and continued to get worse although loving hands did all m their power to check the pains that seemed to pierce every part .©f his little body. On Friday morning he appeared to feel somewhat re lieved and the family felt that be was out of danger. But on Satur day afternoon ; he took a change for the worse and Dr. Poynter was -called, who after examining the patient little fellow pronounced the ■disease ^appendicitis caused by rheu matism and said that there was n© hope for recovery but did all in his to save the child. The power funeral services were held >tn the meeting house Monday at 11 a. «m. The casket was carried by his iour made by Elders Dalton. E. L. Bur >goy ne and Bishop Iveetch. A select choir from Montpelier rendered beautiful rmusie for fhe occasion. 'The i email»s were followed to the -ranged .he bouquets rt. fiowers 0,1 the casket. It was lowered into a! lined with cotton. •Consoling .remarks were "brothers. ceraetary., after the mother had ar •grave thuft was jind all that w.as mortal ot Jittle ' Eugene no.w rests in .poaee. £ard ot Thanks. We cannot express* our heartfelt xthanks to sU the kiiwl friends who »so nobly .catne to our assistance, rendering overy possible aid, .duTriiig recent .gre*t bereavement. Dut •our *dodesire -to show,our great grati nufie<Jhy «Ûüs method of se .doing, borrow Jiai» the mo?e easilv bar ne va Ikui »cfhared Soy sy.npmtheticfwends «und Jieigfhbore. 'HespectCully^ Jhl CL i Shaia g.r ajsm Cburcb Services. CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday Services October 6 th. Sabbath school at Î0 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sub ject: "Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me." Sacrament of Baptism for Infant will be celebrated. ^ Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock, Services by the childeen of the Sunday School. Rev. Charles O. Mudge. Pastor. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Mr. R. Ashton Cnrtis in charge. Services. Sunday School at 2 o'clock p. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:30 p. m. All are invited to attend and will be made welcome. catholic church. Sunday October 6th, feast of the Holy Rosary. Services at 10:30. Sermon on text: "Behold, from henceforth all nations shall call blessed." Luke I 48 Catechism at 2:80 p. m. Rev. W. J. A. Hendriokx. me NOTICE OF BALE OF STATE LAND IN BEAK LAKE COUNTY IDAHO Notice is hereby given that on Mon day, the Stt day of October, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. in., there will be offered for sale pursuant to law, at public auction, at the coart house, at Paris, Bear Lake County, Idaho, tracts of State land situated in said County -as follows ,to vvdt : Description See. Twp. Ratine Value per acre Ils 43 E 110 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 06 10 00 10 .00 16 90 10 DO 40 00 10 00 40 00 •10 00 ao oo 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 110 00 10 00 ao oo KLOO 10 00 10 09 JO 00 NEl-4 NW1 4 16 Sl-2 N W1-4 NEl-4 8VV1-4 6E1-4NW14 36 SW1-4 NEl-4 36 SEl-4 NEl-4 " NEl-4 NW1-4 NW1-4 dffWl-4 " •SW1-4 N W1-4 SEl-4 N Wl-4 " ! NEl-4 SW1-4 " i NSV1-4 S Wl-4 " 44 .(I a j j SEl-4 SWT-4 " : NEl-4 SEl-4 " NW1-4 SEl-4 " •S Wl-4 SEl-4 " SEI 4 SEI 4 « • C .4 4 13s 44 E 14s 48 E u a .4 4 ( 4 4.4 UC 4 C 4 4 C.C SWI-4 S Wl-4 " K <4 *1 i 4 O U 4.4 rSWl-4 NEl-4 23 Ils >BEl-4 NEl-4 ; .NEl-4 N Wl-4 " j N Wl-4 SW1-4 " I SWI-4 SWl-4 " 43E 4 4 (4 «44 4.4 NEl-4 SKI-4 4 4 i gj;i 4 SEl-4 " N Wl-4 PEI 4 4.4 ( 4 4 A 10 00 The (terms and.conditions of «ale will . he found in "Aai act defining the.duties of the State Poard of Land Comrnis e ™ nem " * ,fth Session Laws, 1898, .page j Appraised value and particular de scription may 0*e found in the office cf ' the County Treasurer, or at the office .of i t * ie ® tate 'Land Board. .All landrtipon which there 'is now a regularly issued lease will be-sold subject to the conditions of said lease, a! (Not.-) No lands will be sold for dess ! than ten dollars per acre nor for de-s i tl,e a PP ra, ^ e d value,-the first vear's interest and «tender cental purebaee pri«e, cast» on day of sale. By order dfithe State Boara of Land Commissioners. ' I STkiank Martin, ■Secsetarv. j lly C. B. Stbunenvero C bief 'Clerk. All to'be Incorporated. Alll the wards of the L. Tl. S. chuach in Bear Lake are being 'iiv corporated^-^he latest one is Ovid as-tho. following .from 41 Boise paper showe: x 'Articles ,df unaoj-poratiftB of the Ovid ward df The.church ttf Jesms vOhristKif Latûer 'Day'Baints has been 'ffied. "The xfhnrdh is iliwâCÉiai Eu IB ear jüumfy.'*' ne to Fall Arrival . Of THE .. BEST VALUES. to m to to to to to to FINEST GOODS âÉ m to m to to to to to • • to to to to y» My Stock is in and it will be a pleasure® i|ifor you to examine it ®Low Prices coupled with m Big Values, — Is the Combination that wins your Traded to\n Elegant Assortment of Fail and® ^Winter Novelties in jjjDry Goods, Groceries SHoes,.Hats, Gaos, * to to to to % to it/ ièît Garnets Notions, Etc. % * m ib 0? 1 offer a splendid line of High Graded UjGoods at fairest figures- ^ J . ,f V° u want a little better article at a\b Jlittle lower price than you expected to$ ü^pay, come to my store i iäf iB m John R. Brennan, Montpelier. Idaho. \b ib ito \b W W ièt w iè> üi Brigham youno College. L oan. utan. Opens Sept. 23,1901. 2T Members In faculty . Religiour Instruction given in all Courses. College Source. Largely-elective. Academic Goujrce.. Domestic Art sCqrrcf. 'Gives general education. English .awthmetis. Prepares tor College. Wcienee, Sewing Business Course Dress Making. English, History Household Economies. Mathematics Preparatory Course. P»epRi:e8 for High Schond Missionary Course. Prepares Misskmanee. Normal Courbe. English, History Mathematics Pedagogy, Psychology Book keeping Normal Training Scienoe Stenography Typewriting Commercial Law mm The j i i$i-SO PER ANNUM, CASH.