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THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER
of he aa of PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE Fra min er Publishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIQHT, Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $t 50 Ona year... Six months, if paid in advance ... Tntered at the poetofflee af Montpelier. Idaho, as second class matter. 75 Montpelier, Idaho, June 8, 1906 The Malad Advocate is of the opinion that the southeast was given as many delegates to the democratic state convention as will care to at tend. The Eastern Idaho Press Club meets at Idaho Falls Sunday and the boys have assurance of being royally entertained by tbe press of that energetic city. The writer re grets that he will no* be able to at tend. However, we will be there in spirit, if not in person, and we extend a hearty invitation to the club to meet in Montpelier some time during the summer. We will entertain you to the best of our ability, and would be delighted to chaperon the boys on a trip to beautiful Bear Lake about the middle of August. J. W. Barton, of Kansas, twice convicted on tbe charge of accepting a bribe to protect a fraudulent con cern by bis official influence, bas resigned his seat in the U. S. senate to ercape expulsion at the hands of that body. Governor Hocb prompt ly and, no doubt, gladly accepted the /resignation. The governor im mediately announced the appoint as f Foster D. Cobnrn as sena ■ lill the vacancy. Mr. Coburn ■prominent citizen of Kansas f, Kan., and for 16 years has been secretary of the Kansas state board of agriculture. ♦ A Washington dispatch in Iasi Sunday's Statesman announced that "a few women in New York" had filed with the postoffice department a protest against the appointment of Martin Winters as postmaster at Montpelier, basing their objections on the fact that he is a Mormon Now those good women of New York have no doubt gotten the "Mormonphobia" by reading some of Fred T. Dubois' descriptions of the "direful conditions" that exist out here m the land ot Mormondom. and through these misrepresents tions they have come to believe all manner of evil things aboat the Mormons. We adyise those dear creatures to dispel all such thoughts and suggest that they turn their at tention to matters nearer home. 11 they are really interested in tb< "purity of the home" ol which I Dubois talks so mnch about, and in I honest government, we know of no I better field for them to labor in than I New York City. Church influence in politics was a good thing with Fred T. Dubois as long as that influence was used in his behalf, but when he could no longer use that influence to further his political ambitions it at once be came a menace to good government. Wonder if Fred T. ever recalls the time in Boise, upou the occasion of a state convention, that he went to the room of a prominent member of [the Mormon church and upon bend cd knee implored that gentleman to Lgo to the president of a certain stake pn Idaho and request him to uge his (ecclesiastical influence in Dubois' behalf. When that gentleman in formed Dubois that he was opposed Lo having the officials of bis church Lsing their influence in politics for Lhe reason that such action would be condemned by the public, wonder it Dubois remembers having said: 1'What in hell do we care what the leople say, so long as we can win Ihrough this influence. ■latency, thou art a jewel, but thy lame is not Fred T* Dubois. O, con By the death of Senator Arthur Gorman, which occurred in Washington last Monday, the dein l-ratic party has lost one of its lost prominent and influential men, bd the nation one of its honored |d patriotic citizens. Mr. Gorman ki self-made man. At the_ag£. of 18, with only a brief education, j he entered the L nited States senate aa a page. He served the senate in various capacities for fourteen years and was then appointed a collector of internal revenue and afterwards served in both branches of the Mary land legislature. In 1880 he was elected to a seat in mat body in which he had only a few years lie fore served as a page. Through his sagacity and keen judgment, he soon attained the leadership of his party in the senate, and for nearly eighteen he was looked upon as one of the brainest and strongest men in that bcdy. He was a man of strong convictions and fearlessly fought for any cause that he espoused. His name was frequently mentioned in connection with the piesidential nomination and had it not been for the bitter light he had made against the Wilson tariff bill, President Cleveland's pet measure, he-would undoubtedly have been the demo cratic nominee Pue Gorman will be missed in the by his political triends and foes, - - -- '= = io 1896. Arthur councils of his party and with bis death there passes away one of tbe strong characters ot his generation, one who will be long remembered Notice of Republican Primaries and Convention. Pursuant to the authority and by direction of the Republican county cen tral committee of Bear Lake county, state of Idaho, a republican county con vention will convene in the city of Monti>eiier, Bear Lake county, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., on Saturday, the 30th day of June, A. D., 1906, for the purpose of electing 11 delegates to attend tbe republican state nominating convention to be held in the city of Pocatello, stateof Idaho, on Wednesday, the first day of August A. D-, 1906, for the purpose of nominating one justice of the supreme court, one member of congress and state officers to be voted for at the general election to be held on Tuesday, the 6th day of November, 1906. The primaries for electing delegates to the aforesaid republican county con vention will be held in the various pre cincts of Bear Lake oonnty on Monday, the 25th day of June, 1906, between the | hours of 3 and 6 o'clock p. tn., except in Paris and East and West Montpelier precincts, in which said precincts the primaries ehall be held between the hours of 2 and 7 o'clock p. m. of said and day. The several precincts will be entitled to representation in the said county convention by tbe following number of delegates as apportioned by the republi can county central committee; Geneva .. Eight-Mile Georgetown .... 4 Bloomington-5 j Bennington.3 W. Montpelier. .7 Wardboro Dingle.3 Paris.. Fish Haven Thomas Fork... 2 Sharon 2 Lanark— . ...2 3 4 of , ,2 i i 9 1 Nounan .2 E. Montpelier.. .5 Ovid 7 St. Charles.4 2 Nnpher Bern .. 1 ,2 Liberty. It was ordered that the committee men make arrangements for holding tbe primaries in their respective precincts, in accordance with the provisions of the law. 8 It was further directed by the county j central committee that the delegates to ; the said county convention be author- ! l° . , , . . , , , , , _ ... _ 1 ized and instructed to select committee . , . . • . j 1 men for their respective precincts and that tbe committee so selected shall or- j ganize for the ensuing two years by j electing the necessary officers. C. E. Wright, Chairman Republican County Cen tral Committee. Attest; Francis M. Winters, Secretary. I Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the office of F. L. Cruik shank. Montpelier, Idaho, and at the office of Monson & Schaub, Engineers. Logan. Utah, up to and including 12 o'clock noon, Saturday June 16th. A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Six. for the excavation and back filling of approximate ly 23762 Linear feet of trench for Montpelier City Water Mains. Said trench will be not less than eighteen inches wide at the bottom, and not less than two feet wide at the top. and must be not less than five feet deep. When pipe is laid and tested, the contractor for the excavation of trench will be required to replace dirt in trench, tamp same thoroughiy around pipe and leave surface of ground uni form with natural grade. Proposals for the laying of 4763 feet of 12 inch wood stave pipe. 6611 feet of 10 inch. 5590 feet of 9 inch, 3038 feet of 8 inch, 2500 feet of 6 inch, and 1260 feet ot 4 inch wood stave machine banded pipe, including crosses, tees, reducers, four gate valves and six fire hydrants. The engineers will be on the ground on Thurs day. June 14tb, 1906 for tbe purpose of going over the works with the contractors who may wish to go over the ground before submitting their bids. Certffied checks in the amount of 10 per cent of bids must accompany all proposals. A sufficient bond will be required from the successful bidder. The right to reject any or all proposals is hereby reserved. By order of the Montpelier City Council. By F. L. Cruikshank, Chairman Council Com mittee on Water Works. Monson A Schaub, Engineers, Logan, Utah Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, this 31st day of Notice to Contractors * Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the office of F. 1* Cruikshank Montpelier, Idaho, and at the office of Monson Sl Schau b Engineers, Logan, Utah, up to and including 12o'clock noon Saturday, June 16th, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Six. For the construction of filtering beds, inolud ing roof over same, for the Montpelier Water Works at Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho. Proposals for the construction of a dam across Montpelier creek will he received at the same time and places. Plans and specifications for said works may be seen at the above named offices. Certified checks to the amount of 10 per cent of bids mnst accompany all proposals. A sufficient bond will be required from the successful bidder. The right to reject any or all proposals is hereby reserved. By order of the Montpelier, City Council. By F. L.Cruikshank Chairman Council Com mittee on Water Works. Monson & Schaub, Engineers, Logan, Utah. Dated at Montpelier, Idaho this 81st day of May. A. D. Kinteen Hundred and Six, « II I I I I Notice Sealed proposals will b« received at the office of F. L. Cruikshank. Montpelier, Idaho, and at the office of Monson & Schaub, Engineers. Logan, Utah, up to and including 12 o'clock noon Saturday, June 16th, A. D. Nineteen hund red and Six, for the furnishing of the following bill of pipe, fittings, valves, and hydrants for the Montpelier City Water Works, the same to be delivered F. O. B. Montpelier. Idaho. Specifications of pipe and fitting required f*>r Montpelier City Water Works, the same to l»e delivered or figured F. O. B. Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho. 2676 feet of 12 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 29 foot head. 2088 feet of 12 inch wood stave pipe tobe used under 72 foot head. 2090 feet of 10 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 110 foot head. 3921 feet of 10 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 150 foot head. 2016 feet of 9 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 150 foot head, 3574 feet of 9 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 200 foot head. 3038 feet of 8 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 250 foot head. 2500 feet of 6 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 260 foot head. 1260 feet of 4 inch wood stave pipe to be used under 270 fool head. All of above "wood stave pipe" must be machine banded and heavily asphalted and pro vided with all necessaay couplings. KALAMIN E PIPE Bids will also be received at the same time and place, for the following bill of Kalamine pipe the same to be delivered as above stated : 3038 feet of S inch kalamine pipe to be used under 250 foot head. 2500 feet of 6 inch kalamine pipe to be used under 260 foot head. 1260 feet of 4 inch kalamine pipe to be used under 270 foot head. g Is CROSSES One 9 x 8 x 2 x 2 One 8 x 8 x 2 x 2 One 8 x 4 x 8 x 2 One 8 x 2 x 6 x 2 One 6 x 6 x 2 x 2 One 0 x 6 x 2 x U4 One 6x0xl*$xlH One 6 x 4 x 2 x 2 Two 4 x 4 x 2 x 2 Qn^i 4x4x1 V4 T | one u inch elbow v> decrees REDUCERS One 12 Inch to 10 inch One 10 inch to 9 inch VALVES One Twelve inch Ludlow cate valve to be intake. used at head of main One Eivht inch Ludlow (fate valve to be used for clean out of filtering lieds nt head or Intake, above valve» to be lltted with hand wheels. One Eight inch Ludlow gate valve lo be used under 150 head. One Six Inch Ludlow gate valve to be used under 160 foot head All of above valves are straight way valves and m ,st be fitted for the corresponding size wooa stave pipe. j HYDRANTS Five Eclipse Fire Hydrants No. 3 with 4 inch pipe connections. One Eclipse Fire Hydrant No. 3 with 3 inch pipe connections. All Hydrants must be provided with proper fittings for connection to wood pipe main. dis tance from top of pavement to center of inlet is 4 feet 6 inches Certified checks to the amount of 10 per cent of bids must accompany all proposals. A sufficient bond will be required from the , successful bidder. i The right to reject any or all proposals is i hereby reserved. By order of the Montpelier City Connell. By F. L. Cruikshank, Chairman City Water Works Committee. Monson & Schaub, Engineers. Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, this, 31st day of May, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Six. 1 8 When the baby talks, it \n time to give j Hollister's Ilucky Mountain Tea. l'ts to ; the greatest baby medicine known to ! l° v lng mothers. It makes them eat, 1 sleep and grow. 35 cents. Tea or Tab 1 j 1 lets. Ask vour Druggist, j j I Notice to Creditors. Estate of William Hull, Deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Admtnistrix of the estate of William Hull, de ceasee. to the creditors of, and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers. Within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrrtrix at Montpelier, in the County of Bear Lake, State of Idaho. Dated May 25th, 1906. MARY E. HULL, Administrix of the estate of William Hull, deceased. of up to of the is Bear Lake Resort. Glencoe, the beautiful resort on Bear Lake, will be open to campers abont June 25th. Tents, floored, walled and fitted with springs and mattresses, will be rented by the day, week or month. People wishing to board will be accoin cominodated at the hotel. Plenty of boats and finest bathing point on tbe lake. Stable room for horses. Prices reasonable. For further information, address Mrs. F. W. Rose, Montpelier, Idaho. 18 The Very Best Ren>edy for Bowel Trouble. Mr. M. K. Borrougba, an old and well known resident ot Bluffton, Ind., says: "I regard Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel tri üble. I make this statement after having used tbe remedy In my family for several years. I am never without It." This remedy Is al most sure to be needed before the sum mer Is over. Why not buy It now and be prepared for such an emergency. Foi sale by Rlter Bros. Drug Co. th PR 1 W DISC P Dors honest of it. lifliciilt roughly npp,-„ v ,. 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