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NO, 5 MONTPELIER, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1905, VOL, XI, THE HORSE SHOW. Committee Extends Time of Filing Entries Until March 24-$ 181 Offered in Premiums. The arrangement committee of ( the horse and colt show to be held j in Montpelier on Saturday, March 25, met here Wednesday and decid ed to extend the time for which en- j tries could be made until noon on ^ Up to Wednes Friday March 24. day noon only 15 entries had been made on animals for which an en trance fee U charged, but a goodly number of sucking colts, on which fee is charged, had been entered. The committee is of the opinion that many more entries will be made and for this reason they felt justi . fled in extending the time. no The committee received word from Prof. Clark of the Agricultural col lege at Logan, saying that be would be here on the 25th to officiate as judge. Following are the entries that were filed. with the committee np to Wednesday noon: Samuel Smith, Georgetown, stal lion. A. Step! e is, Montpelier, yearling colt. M. Anoc, Georgetown, stallion. Gene Smith, Bennington, two yearling colts. John Perkins, Montpelier, year ling colt. Robt. Caldwell, Bloomington, three stallions. John Sparks, Dingle, stallion. John Skinnei, Nounan, sta ion. Olsen Bros, Ox id, two stallions. Chas Brown, Liberty, one sta lion and ODe yeai ling co t. As yet nodiiving teams ave been entered. However, t e com mittee is offering three goo pre iniums in this class an l ^ ie y 10 P^ that several teams will be entered uiai< se» There are cer-! before next Friday, tainly some splendid driving teams in the county and the owners should take pride in "trotting 'em out" on the 25th. The sum ol $181 will be paid in premiums, classified as follows: .. $18.C0 .. 13.00 DRAFT STALLIONS First premium . Second Third Fourth Fifth < i .$10.00 --- 6.00 — .. 4.00 5.00 2.00 10 . 0 ) 6.00 5.00, DRIVING STALLIONS First premium Second Third Draft teams $12.50 First, preimum Second Third Fourth 7.50 DRIVING TEAMS $ 10.00 First premium Second Third 6.00 „ 4.00 $12 Ö0 7.50 5-00 2.00 DRAFT YEARLINGS First premium Second ( Third j Fourth P . «. i hit t. i. net c Eight of Our Merchants Offer Spec fal Inducements to Examiner DRAFT SUCKING COLTS j Third . $12.50 First premium. Second " . I 7.50 . 6.00 5.00 ^ Fourth Fifth 4.00 They Hold for Two Years. °" Wednesday the Governor »'S"«* the bill which provides that a11 cit y offi<!ial8 be elw!ted f °r two y« ars in8tead of one 1,8 heretofore, The holdover members of the city " umdl are - b ? il - legisl a ted out of office and tw0 «>mi<=ilincn from each ward will thereiore be elected in Montpelier this spring. The bill requiring registratian for city elections does not carry an emergency clause and therefore does not become effective this year. BARGAIN DAY. Readers on March 25. Anticipating that one of the largest crowds that has gathered in Montpelier for a long time will be here on Saturday, March 25 to view the handsome specimens of horse flesh that will be exhibited here that day, eight business firms in Mont pelier have decided to offer special j n( j ucementg their respective lines ^ merchandise to the readers of the . Examiner on that day only. The ! names of these firms and the bar ! gains they offer on March 25 are enumerated on the last page of this !- ggue Carefully look over these i advertisements and when you are in a town next Saturday take advantage - ., . , , a . I of some of the inducements offered. I This is a new departure on the part ! of our merchants, but we can assure i our readers that every offer made j | ! on the last page is a genuine bar in g A j nt aD d those who purchase the articles advertised will profit there by. These ads will not appear again, so save the last page of this ' t . issue. There are some bargains there that will be of special interest to the ladies, both in Montpelier and the country. Those of you who j live in the country and had not in- tended coming to town that day had ( better change your minds—just pile in the buggy with "the old man and come along—you'll enjoy look * n 8 at t i ie P r<,tt Y colts and horses an d at the same time you will lie 0 ) 5.00, n : able to purchase some article that you need at a remarkable saving. j Then there are other reliable firms in Montpelier that are nof ad vertising specials for that day, but all have their new spring goods in and would be pleased to show them „.. . ... r i • • j ! fill the position of cashier, in ad- \ ,.. ... . ., . c dition to that ot vice-president of .... the institution. , r „ „ t 1 Mr. George E. Marks of Koek . ... a . , . Springs, was at the same time elect , . . ,. , . -, ed assistant cashier, and he arrived | , „ I « • ,,, j , from Rock Spnngs Wednesdav to , . , assume his duties. Mr. Sullivan , , . ... , will remain in the bank until about , „ n . .* j • . hi the first of April and assist Mr. „ ... ... Marks in becoming familiar with , , il. • the business and make him acquam I , . , ^t g « « I ted with its patrons. Mr. Marks , . . . . has held a clerical position in the ' . ... First National bank of Rock Springs r i i , for several years and utherefo.e <i ul1 « wltb " atmnal bank ' n « methods. Besides his knowledge „ , , , , . . . of the banking business, he spent . ir two years m the study of law. He J ,, , . comes highly recommended as a r . . young man of sterling character. „ ° , He appears to be very courteous m rr . *. , . , manners and a man with whom the to you. A Change in the First National, At a recent meeting of the board of directors of the First National bank, R. A. Sullivan tendered his I • resignation as cashier, which was accepted. E. A. Burrell was chosen to succeed to Mr. Sullivan and will of the bank will find it a He is a patrons pleasure to do business, single man and will no doubt be come a popular acquisition to our young people's society. Mr. Sullivan has not yet deter i mined where he will locate after leaving the bank, but has two or three splendid positions under con sideration. Democratic Mass Convention, The democrats have issued a call to the electors of that faith, in this city, to meet in the opera house Saturday evening, March 18th, at 8 o'clock, in mass convention to nom inate candidates for Jty officers. The call is signed by Chas. E. Harris, chairman of the county cen tral committee, J. R. Brennan, J. F. O'Connor, George C. Hillier and Milford Williams. ■ intention of joining tl.e Con,mere,al J . club are requested to meet at the club rooms this, Friday, eyening 8 o'clock for the purpose of electing officers and otherwise perfecting re-organization of the clulp Commercial Club Meeting, All those who have signified their n ONLY SEVEN VOTED NO. Bonds for the Irrigation District Carried by a Vote of Eighty to Seven-What it Means, j The efforts of those who have labored for the past three years for the establishment ot the Montpelier Irrigation district, with success last Monday, when, by a vote of 80 to 7, the electors within the district voted for the issuance of $98,000 in bonds for the purpose of constructing the canal. The carry ing of the bonds means that Mont ! pelier is about to enter upon a new \ l / growth, for we believe that the way f ' r , J is now perfectly clear for the estab ... „ , lishment of a svstem of water works. , , ? With the coming of water works , other progress will naturally follow | v 0 , . , : and we predict that within three ' ,, , years Montpelier will be abreast J . * . T1 , with her sister cities in Idaho m all . . , . matters pertaining to municipal im 1 & r provements. 1 . , 1 he construction of the canal also , ... means more to the farmers within , the district than many of them now . . , , ! anticipate. It means that every | , . ... . .. ! foot of tillable land within the dis lriel wi „ haye a|Uhe wate ,. nceded « for the „taring of ur0 p«. n means , ... . . . . .... . that irrigation ot the land will be , , . conducted in a systematic way—that . . J ' , ! the farmer who owns 100 acres of a i , . . ... ... land within the district will not ! , . , . ! have the least advantage over the , A ■ lone who owns but 40 or 60 aeres ...... . - both will be on an equal footing and both will have all the water that is required for their land. The sncceeding steps leading up to letting the contract tor construct ing the canal will be taken as rapid - | ly as possible. The action of the j people last Monday will be approved j by Judge Budge, as the law requires, on Saturday March 25. The direct ors will then advertise for the sale of bonds and we understand that the bonds will likely be taken by Salt Lake capitalists. W ith the funds m hand, the directors will then ad vertise for bids for building the canal, and when the work is once commenced it will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible were crowned a a or 8 I E. F. and Now on the Market. Waggoner & Co., have placed the first consignment of cigars on the local market, and we believe that of our dealers are handling The brands are "The Lead «" »" d J' The f Claire." there being . two grades of the latter, 10 and 12A the centg Try one of them the ^ at! time you buy a cigar, and if it gives J satisfaction then boost for this new a industry in the future by smoking no other brand of cigars. mofft them.