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A County Educational Association Formed at Paris-Next Meet ing on Oct« 29« i A number of the teachers of Bear Lake county met at Paris last Satur day, in pursuance of a call made the previous week by Supt. Whitman. Promptly at 11:30 Mr. Whitman was chosen temporary chairman and called the meeting to order. Mr. John Sorensen, principal at Paris, and Miss Hughes, principal at upper Montpelier, were chosen temporary secretaries. After a short discussion of the aim, need and usefulness of such an organization, ' the appointment of committees followed. Mr. Sorensen, 1 Mrs. Blanche Lovelace and Mrs. McKensie were selected to compose the committee on the constitution and by-laws. The program commit tee consisted of Miss Hughes, Mrs. Blame, Miss Anderson, Mr. Soren sen and Fred Evans. The morning session, being pre paratory to the formation of a per manent organization, then adjourned until 2 o'clock. AFTERNOON SESSION. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Whitman and the committee on constitution and by-laws report ed. The laws," as amended, were adopted. Election of officers, under the new constitution, resulted as follows: Mr. Whitman, president; Mr. Sorensen, 1st vice president; Miss Hughes, 2nd vice president; Miss Welker, of Bloomington, recording secretary; Miss Rogers, of Paris, corresponding secretary and treasur er; Mrs. McKensie, of Fish Haven, critic. The signing of the constitution and collection of membership fees were followed by the question of the time and place of the next meet ing ot the association. It was unanimously agreed to Constitution and By 4 4 hold the next meeting on Saturday, Oct. 29th, at District No. 10, upper Montpelier. The report of the program com mittee was followed by adjourn ment. Following is the program for the meeting on Oct. 29th: Opening exercises at 10:30. Business. Paper. How to Teach History, Miss Enderle. Fifteen minute discussion, ers, Oliver Dunford and Miss Louise Rogers. General discussion. Outline of the first chapter of "White's School Management," Winifred Hughes. AFTERNOON SESSION. Lead Song, Miss Minnie Broomhead. Recitation, Mrs. Lovelace. Paper: "Busy work and devices Mae Broomhead. « for beginners, Fifteen minute discussion. Lead , Mrs. Blaine and Mrs. Minnie General discussion. ers Perkins. Questions on the first chapter of Talks to Teachers and James' Students," conducted by Mrs. Love 44 lace. Miscellaneous. q'he attendance at the first meet was not as large as desirable, ing owing,,no doubt, to a number fail ing to receive their notification in time, but the members were most enthusiastic and the new organiza tion starts off under the most prom ising auspices. This formation of a County Educational Association is a step m the right direction and. if carried on with system and eneigy will be productive of much good. The meetings will be public, and all, interested in education and the betterment of schools, will be wel come. The teachers of this county and neighboring counties are urged not only to attend but come pre pared to take part in the discussion. Mr. Whitman requests the teach ers to read the opening chapters of White's School Management" and James' "Talks to Teachers and Students." Come prepared to give your ideas and experience or en courage the association by the in spiration of your presence. a Chamberlaio's Cough Remedy. No one who is acquainted with its good qualities can be surprised at the great popularity of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It not only cures colds and grip effectually and permanently, but prevents these diseases from resulting In pneumonia. It is also a certain cure for croup. Whooping cough is not danger ous widen this remedy is given. It con tains no opium or other harmful sub stance and may bè given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. It is also pleasant to take. When all of these facts are taken Into consideration it Is not surprising that people in foreign lands, as well as at home, esteem this remedy very highly and very few are willing to take any other after having once used It. Sold by Rlter Bros. Drug Co. The Appointment of Cleve Gee« A Washington dispatch of Oct. 15th says: Senator Heyburn has just recom mended Cleveland C. Gee, of Mont pelier, as cadet at West Point, anc Edgar C. Sbellwortb of Boise, and Frank Estabrook of Nampa, as alternates. Mr. Gee has been attending the Idaho state university at. Moscow 4 4 4 4 for four years. He spent two years in the preparatory department and 18 no w sophomore in college. He j g one of the brightest and hardest workers in the university. When | his ola88 graduated from the prepar- j atory department he led in scholar -1 ship*and was consequently valedic-1 torian. His valedictory oration was considered remarkable and his friends were much elated over it. In college Mr. Gee has done re markably well; and it is predicted that he will make the same excellent mark at West Point that Robert L. GLornly, who was appointed from the Idaho university, has made at Annapolis. The appointment comes to Mr. Gee as a reward ïor merit. He has worked hard to get an education and it was a great pleasure to Mr. Heyburn to appoint one so worthy. Mr. Gee's father has for a number of years been chief of police of Montpelier, and bis mother is known as oneof'the most intelligent women of the southeastern part of the state. u Church of Blessed Sacrament. Mass every other Sunday at 10 a. tn. Catechism every Sunday at 2 p m. Rosary and benediction at 7:30 p. m. Mass on week day mornings at 8. Ordinance No* 60« Be it ordained by the Mayor and Conn- j eil of the city of Montpelier, Idaho: Section 1. That the salaries of the | by officers of the city of Montpelier be and they are hereby fixed as hereinafter named: j , 100 00 i 200 00 to 100 00 2 60 5 00 An ordinance fixing the salaries of cer tain offioers. $ 75 00 66 00 Chief of police, per month.... Regular police, per month Special police, per day . City attorney, per year...... City Clerk, per year . City physician, per year. Road overseer, per day. City engineer, per day. 1st a88't to city engineer, per day 2 601 2nd ass't to city engineer,per day 2 oo And the same is hereby made payable out of the Contingent Fund. Seotion 2. And it is further ordained 2 60 that all of said salaries except that of the Attorney, Clerk and City Physician . . j of shall be paid monthly, and the other of-. fleers above named shall be paid quar terly, each claim to be paid, only, after | the same has been duly allowed by the . Council, and warrants drawn on the Treasurer therefor. Section 3. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict with« this or dinance are hereby repealed. Section 4. An emergency existing, it is ordained that this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed and approved this 18th day of October, A. D. 1904. Milford Williams, Mayor. Attest: C. E. O'Connor, City Clerk. Notice of Dissolution« The public are hereby notified that the Co-partnership heretofore existing between us under the firm name of Hansen & Hughes, has this day been. by mutual consent, dissolved, Frederick C. Hansen retiring from the firm and A".. a «m William H Hmrhes to onntimie the said William H. Hughes to ^continue the business, and he is to collect all ac counts due to the firm anu pay all bills against the firm. Thanking our friends for their pat ronage of the firm and trusting that they will find it to their interest to pat ronizeMr. Hughes, we »re respeetfully, L; y . „ , _ Wm. Hughes. Dated this 18th day of Octoher, A. D. 1904. 86-2t Montpelier Hive No 4, Ladies of the Maccabees, tender a vote of thanks for | the very p ne _J U8t j !" he th b e " t the lodge room an( j draped in the colors of the order. Frances S. Smeath, R. K. Card of Thanks« Resolutions of Condolence* Whereas, Jt has pleased an all wise and merciful God to remove from this life the infant daughter of our Sister | Lady Hannah Staley, therefore be it 1 Resolved, That Montpelier Hive No | 4, L. O. T. M., in regular review as- ! sembled, hereby express to Lady Staley ; our heartfelt sympathy in this, the sad hour of her berettVment, and further be it Resolved, That a copy tions be sent to Lady spread on the%ninntes of a copy be sent to the Montpelier Exami ner for publication. of these resolu i Staley, a copy this Hive, and Mary R. Harris. Lavema R. Pease. Mrs. C. McIntosh. Cures Chills and F ever. G. W. Wirt, Nacogodobes, Texas, says: His daughter had chills and fever for three years; he could not find anything that would help her till he used Herbtne. His wife will not keep bouse without it, and cannot say too much for it. 50c Rlter Bros. Drug Store aud Montpelier Drug Go. a Cause of LocKJaw. Lockjaw, or tetanus, it caused by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully street dirt. It is inactive so long as exposed to the air, but when carried be by percussion caps or by rusty nails, and when the air is excluded the germ is roused to activity and produces the most brûlent poison known. may be destroyed and all danger of lock jaw avoided by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm freely as soon as the Injury is received. Pain Balm is an antiseptie an( j causes cuts, bruises and like injuries to heal without maturation and in one third the time Tequired by the usual treatment. Sold by Rlter Bros. Drug Co. neath the skin, as in the wounds caused These germs Proposed Constitutional Amendment House Joint Resolution No. 5. To Amend Section 1 oof Article 18 of the Constitution. A Joint Resolution to Submit to the Electors of the State of Idaho for their Rejection or Approval, an Amendment to Section 10 of Article 18 of the Constitution of tbs State of Idaho Conferring Certain Additional Powers the Legislature Relating to the Time and Term of Electing County Commissioners. Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the on State of Idaho. Section 1. That Section 10 of Art ole 18 of the Constitution of the Stute of Idaho be amended to read hs follows: Section 10. The Board of county com missioners shall consist of three members whose term of office shall lie four years, one of whome shall be elected at the regular election In 1906 for a term of four years, and two shall be elected at the same election fora term of two years, and their successors shall be elected for a term of four years at the regular election thereafter. Sec. 2. The question to be submitted to the electors of the State of Idaho at the next general election Bhali be as fol lows, to wit: "Shall Section 10 of Ar ticle 18 of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be so amended as to permit the county commissioners to be elected ft r a term of four years? Passed the House of Representatives on the 11th day of February, 1908. Passed the Senate on the 28th day of February, 1908. r> State of Idaho, Department of State: I, Will H. Gibson, Secretary of State of the State of Idaho, do hereby certify that the foregoing Isa full, true and correct copy of a Joint Resolution adopted by the i^^iature of the State of Idaho at tr.tie Seventh Session, submitting a certain amendment to the Constitution of the State of Idaho to the electors of the State of Idaho, as shown by the original enrolled Joint Resolution on file In this have hereunto set my hand and caused to lie affixed the Great Seal of the State of Idaho. Done at Boise, the capital, this 17th day of September, In the year of our Lord, 1904, and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and twenty-ninth. (Seal) WILL H. GIBSON, Secretary of State. «* \ s | 1 | ! ; i Fnr Th * n * me Eldredf* has stood for the * r.EST ) I the Sewing Machine World, nr*« . . Lent is s New Lldredge; BETTER 1 h-TtV «fc« EVER. •** Superior to 1 Lij-A ty others. 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