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Rebekahs Had Pleasant Time.
On Monday evening, the Rebekahs i of Montpelier, received an official visit from the President of the Re hekah Slate Assemblv, Mrs. Minnie • Priest Danton " j it Sister Du.,ton is known all over Idaho as one of, if not the most en- >' thusiastic Rebekah in the stale. She helped to institute the State Assem bly, and has never missed a meeting for 18 years, serving 7 years as ' grand secretary. Last fall she was elected from the floor, by acclama tion, to be president. Her instructions to the members 1 of the lodge, were along a different line from any of ber predecessors, and slie expounded the law in regard to many points, in her incomparable way, making all so clear, and show ing how beautiful the work is when carried on in an orderly, systematic way, and each one required to do their parts as nearly*perfect as pos sible. Her address was listened to with the closest attention, and the mem bers expressed themselves, as having received more practical good from her visit, than any yet received The President of the Assembly has an allowance for traveling ex penses and is expected to visit all Rebekah lodges in tlie state, some 70 in number, with a membership of nearly 4000. This will require her absence from her home fully three months, and many days of hard and exhausting travel by rail But there is also much 1 and stage. pleasure to be found in going through the state and meeting with various lodges. The next annual assembly meets in Lewiston in October and will be ; a large and pleasant meeting as It is a popular town with all Odd Fellows and Rebekahs. a Invaluable for Rheumatism. I have beeu suffering for the past few years with a sevrre attack of rheumatism and found that Ballard'sSnow Uniment was the only thing that gave me satis-! faction and tended to alleviate my pains. March 24th, 1902, Jo"u C. Degi an, Kinsman, Ills. Riter Bros. Drug Co. and Montpelier Drug Co. 25c, 50c and $1.00. A New Power Company. The Shoshone Power Company is the name of a company that is being •ganized for the purpose of hold ing and developing the right to use 3 000 second feet of water flowing ' ' , o, >_lA.iio -a« over the 08 lon - fleers and directors of the company all Salt Lake people, except J. ,, , , • . A. Bagley, w o p • The company is incorporated under Ol are the laws of Idaho, and the articles of incorporation will be filed with the secretary of state next week. It is the intention of the company to erect a power plant that will pro maximum of 45,000 horse duce a power. Jiis power to Salt Lake, Ogden and intermediate points and also to fur They expect to transmit 8eotio " now bein 8 °P ened b ? lhe Twin Falls canab The com P a "y 18 tu be tapitaliKed for *5,000,000 and it is the intention to issue bonds to thc amount of *2,000,000. If the >' lans of lbe oom P an y> « forth in lhe P ro8 P eoltt8 are carned olU ' the y wiU re8ult ,n theesUbhshment of lbe greatest eleclr.cal power plant ' n ,be ont ' re we8t - nish power to industries that it is belieyed will be established m the No Silver in Circulation. There is not more than $20 in* silver circulating in Afton any time after Feb. 1st. until Dec. 1st. to do business with. All transactions are in cheeks. If you want to buy a box of matches you have to ask your grocer to trust you or write him out a check. There is no silver in sight. Come and start a bank, some one.—Afton Independent. Resolutions of Codolence. Resolutions drafted on the death of William H. Gambling, a former student in the Fielding Academy, March 3, 1905. Whereas, The Lord has seen fit in His infinite wisdom to call to Himself the spirit of our friend and late fellow student, Brother William Gambling, and, Whereas, Bro. Gambling, by his generous nature, exemplary conduct, and earenst and manful devotion to duty, won the affection and good will of all who were brought into contact with him as instructors and school associates, therefore be it Resplyed, That we the Faculty and Students of the Fielding Academy in memorial exercises assembled, do here by express our profound sorrow for this death; That we extend our sincerest sym pathy to his parents and relatives in the grief they must suffer by the sadden decease of so worthy a young man. and 1 That we join them in the solacing hope of meeting again their loved one ' where tears and the sorrow of separa tion shall be no more. Resolved, That a copy of these reso lutions and of the minutes of these memorial exercises be kept among the records of the school, that auothei* copy be sent to the parents of Bro. Gambling, and that these resolutions and minutes be published in the local papers, Walter H. Durrant, ! I ■ Henry Humphreys, Ray Wallantine, Ivie Burgoyne, Lula Lindsay, Fred,Price, Committee. Strikes bidder) Rocks. When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneu monia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get : help from Dr. King's New Discovery foi Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Tal ladega Springs, Ala., writes: "1 have been very ill with Pneumonia, under the care 0 f t wo doctors, but was getting no better when I began to take Dr. King's New Discovery. The first dose gave re • f an d one bottle cured me." Sure cure j or gore throat, bronchitis, cougbs and colds. Guaranteed at Riter Bros. Drug Co., price 50c and $1.00, trial bottle free' It to Church of Blessed Sacrament. Mass every other Sunday at 10 a. m. Catechism every Sunday at 2 p m. Rosary and benediction at 7:30 p. m. Mass on week day mornings at 8. Repairing and cleaning at Schmid, the tailor. 31 + * * 4» * 4 4 4 * 4 4 4 4 * 44 * 4* 4 4 4 4 4 * * * + + * * * FIRST NATIONAL BANK ; OF MONTPELIER, IDAHO. 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