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Another Victory for the U. S.
At the 1904 Kansas State Dairymen's Meeting,
in the Hand Separator Cream Contest
The U. S. Received First Prize.
Gardner, Kansas, February a, 1904.
, My cream separated with the No. 6 U. S. Hand Separator had the honor of
winning First Prize in the Hand Separator Cream Contest held at the last
meeting of the Kansas State Dairy Association.— Frank E. Uhl.
It was at the Kansas Agricultural College that the U. S. Excelled
All Others in test of Skimmilk and total minimum loss of fat.
Buy a U. S. Separator and thus be able to get
More Cream, therefore More Butter,
Better Cream, therefore Better Butter,
and be convinced that
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THE U. S. IS THE MOST PROFITABLE SEPARATOR
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8 We have the following transfer points s Portland, Me., Sherbrooke and Montreal,
ue., Hamilton, Ont., LaCrosse, Wis., Minneapolis, Minn., Chicago. 111.. Sioux City. Ia.,
maha, Neb., Kansas City, Mo. Aduress all letters to
Vermont Farm Machine Co., Bellows Falls, Vt.
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^ Mr. Sam L. Lewis is now in the east
■H buying our Spring and Summer Stock,
£ and in order to make room for these
new goods, we will close out all sorts of 3
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b We must have the room. And we are
going to make the lowest price ever heard %
of in Montpelier. Come in and see,
SAM L. LEWIS, THE FAIR.
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-Alfas Surnoms.
In the Justice Court, of Thomas Fork Precinct,
County of ßmr Lake, smio of Idaho.
John W. Sum- r Pi is,till, a H. J. Faust. Jr.,
defendant,
The State of Idaho s-nds greeting:
To H, J. Faust Jr., defendant, you are hereby
summoned to appear before me at my oftk-c in
Raymond, in the Count., ot Hear Lake, and Stale
of Idaho on the IStli day of June. 1MH, at »
o'clock p. m. in an action brought against you
by said plaintiff to ansv.er the complaint of the
above named plaintiff. Said action is brought
to recover from you the sum of one hundred and
twenty live dollars paid to you by plaintiff which
you agreed to pay to the Raymond Creamery Co
but which you failed to pay and converted the
same to your own use, together with interest
thereon from the ilrd dav of November lt)()0, as
more pai ticuiarly appears from tiie complaint
on file herein,
with and made a part hereof, or judgment will
be taken against you for the sum of ÿr.'ô.tK) and
interest together with costs of this suit, it you
fail to appear and answer.
To the SherifI or any Constable of said county,
greeting :
Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given und', r my hand this 4th day of April
FRED C. EVANS
Justice of the Peace i
copy of which is served here
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C. M. WHITE,
At tor levy lor Plaintiff. ,
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A Great Amount of Work.
The Ex uminer scribe visited the
office of Attorney Longfellow tins
week, which place is also the office
of the Montpelier Irrigation District '
an I found ( ; i v i 1 Engineers Jenkins 1
and Bencher busv at work drafting
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maps, of the lands under the pro
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posed new canal. Everywhere
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about the room were stocks ot these
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drawings, all ol which plainly shows
the great amount of work connected
with the getting up of an irrigation
district under the state law.
Every
piece of land has to be described
and plaited, all the section and
other lines have to be traced out
and marked with thousands of
figures, letters, etc. To the uninitia
ted the whole business
is Jargon,
but the law says it. has to be done,
and two more competent men could
hardly be found for the work.
T'nis detail work
ts nearing
completion and everything is rapid
ly being drawn to a vote on the
bonds. Just when this will take j
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place cannot now
but the date is not far otl'.
point of the law is being closely
followed so there will be
be determined,
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no con
tests later on.
Important Club Meeting.
The Commercial club had an im
portant meeting last Tuesday even
ing. A large attendance was present.
Among the important business
transacted was the reduction of the
admittance fee to ft 10 forthe coming
00 days. It is expected that a large
increase in membership will result
from this reduction.
among these is the assurance that a
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The club lias a number of im
portant matters under consideration,
brick yard will be started close to
this city within a short time.
party from Utah will be here in a
tew days with a complete brick
plant.
The
proposition of holding a
t ou ity fair this fall is being taken
up with vigor by the club, and it is
sait' !o h:'. y that a fair will be held.
i a ts i: t; collected in re
gard to wai.-rwnrks and these will
be presented to the rouiwii shortly,
i'.v. rv I ersoii in tin* city and val
tohelp build up the
couitv : tip ht to become a i:e. tuber
of th:club daring tie 1 ne.vi two
an org mization of
and (1 »«■« <] ! * more for
section than any other assent
«finie, !. The club
least ICO ?m at berg
r Itoje s o. will be
cd. v tu eda iis
this
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moil Iks.
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thin kind c Id
blagp, canne! It
should
and tlu* Exam;*:
fore Jnno isr.
work and !ne rmniv m- is u.
coni: p.i at,
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Begins jurve/Li,
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The roads arc
that the work
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getting in ish-'i'C ho
can be pushed ahead
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, rapidly,
jveyingis completed contracts
I be let for gradin
the company is in
Wll\
Mr. SIusser savs
earnest, about
building the line and tli it it will be
completed as far as Paris this
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the Presbyterian Church
day evening at 8
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School at 10 a.
meeting on
year.
Presbyterian Church.
There will be Praise Service at
next Sun
o'clock. Sabbath
m. Weekly prayer
Wednesday evening at
Topic for next week
Kinship with Christ,
body invited to all the services.
p. m.
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Another Big Proposition.
'flu* Montpelier
Electric Light
Co., are arranging to get additional
power lor their plant in Georgetown
They will shortly adver
canyon,
ti/e for the
necessary number of
poles to string tin* wire on and these
will be delivered and
set. at once.
A fine power house will be elected
above Georgetown
trif.ii y generated
this city.
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nd the elec
will be brought to
Georgetown and Ben
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nington will also be lighted fr
the plant.
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The cost of installing
this new line will run into thousands
of dollars, but the local
company
are determined to give the people
! of this city the best lighting plant
, in the state.
Ample power can be
had m Georgetown
canyon and the
necessary rights there have
been secured. Work
will be
already
on the plant
started immediately and
u ' ,u, ldeied before lall.
Bids Wanted for Poles.
Sealed bids will be receivd till 12
o'clock in -,
.Tune 1 st, 11 ) 04 . by .lohn R.
Brennan, president of Montpelier Elec
tric Light Co.,
at Montpelier, Idaho,
for .TOO electric light poles, said poles to
be not less than six iuches in diameter
at small end, twenty five feet long, of
red pine and peeled
to délit ev said poles on road between
Montpelier
Miceessfnl bidder
and Georgetown canyon.
All poles to be delivered bp July 31 st.
Proposals must, he marked
side envelope "Bids for Electric Light
on out
Poles."
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For further particulars address or call
R. Brennan,
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Montpelier, -Id >
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