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Fielding Academy Notes.
May 12.—At Last! At Last!
That wonderfn I brand new piauo and
that beautiful picture of President
Smith, is on the road to Fielding. We
will have them here for the commence
ment exercises. Prof. Bramwell left
Paris Monday for Salt Lake, on business
connected with the school, and Tuesday
morning sent word that the long looked
for adornments to this institution would
soon be within our balls.
A students' meeting will be held next
Monday at 10:30 and a cordial invita
tion is extended to the public
There are only three more weeks of
school and consequently only a few
more treats from Instructor Bigler's
Oh bow the
students will miss those savory dishes
prepared by one so well gifted along
that art, during the Iona summer timp.
One consolation remains, however, the
fall is coming and then they may agai i
partake of them.
Special meetings were held Monday
and the girls were treated to a
edifying discourse by Mrs Roy A.. Wel
ker on the "Proper Conduct of Children
to Parents", whicn was highly appre
ciated by all present.
Commencement exercises will be in
teresting this year, because this is the
first year the Academy has had a four
years gradua e class. The graduating
exercises will be held Thursday, May
27 at 11 o'clock. At 2 o'clock the same
day Field day exercises will be held on
the Fair grounds, this will be composed
of class contests, (physical), a baseball
game and other eutertaining features.
At 5 o'clock the Alumni banquet will
be giveu and possibly a dance after.
The graduates from the Preparatory
department will give a public entertain
ment Mondav evening, May 24; the
Senior graduates give one Wednesday
evening following. The Seniors this
year are tew, but what they lack in
quantity they make up in quality.
There are only six: Seymore Spencer,
Gertrude Rich, May Findlay, Laura
Richards, Lula Lindsay and Kate Col
lings, and all have great talents along
different lines. The valedictorian, Ger
trude Rich, is known all oyer Idaho for
her dramatic ability. She was the one
who won the story contest with the
I Academy oi Idaho. Laura Richards
j has unusual talent along the musical
: line. They will show all a good time
j who are present. The "Unus" ela s
j will give their social time Tuesday night
1 and a full account of their attractive
i program will be given next week
These entertainments are free to the
public. Come and see what your stu
dents are doing. You'll receive a treat.
Instructor and Mrs. Welker enter
tained the Seniors last Friday night in
fine style. Everything was suggestive
of the colors, motto and work of that
class. The invitations were enough in
themselves to suggest a royal time.
The rooms were draped in gold and
pnrple, the Academy colors,Jand white
and blue, the Senior class colors. All
in all, the evening was one that will be
remembered, by all present, as a good
old social time.
Bloomington. May II.—A dance was
given in the new hall Wednesday night
by the baseball boys and all present were
The May day program Sunday even
ing was a success in every form,
house was crowded to its utmost capa
city by an appreciative audience.
Vasco Osmond, who has been a guest
for a few days at the home of Fred Jac
obaeu, left Tuesday morning for Coke
ville. He was aocompauied by Ezra
Jacobsen aud both will propably re
main there for the summer.
The main road through Bloomington
is being very much improved by U.e
splendid work being done upon it, such
leveling high hanked ditches and
inserting pipes, making grades and fill
ing hollow places.
Mr. Low and Able Rich of Paris,
were visitors at Sunday school Sunday
aud remained for the afternoon meet
ing where they delivered some very val
uable instructions to the people present.
A large crowd of young people from
Bloomington attended the dance at
Montpelier Saturday night and report
haying had a most splendid time.
Frank Payne has purchased the old
residence of David and Charley Roberts
and will move there shortly.
A Happy Father
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Geneva, May 12.—The squirrels are
making their appearance in large num
bers this year. As Montpelier sports
men love to come out to Geneva for
their fishing and hunting, is it not pos
sible for some to come this spring and
.ractice on the squirrels.
The water in Thomas Fork creek is
ery high and damaging some fields.
George Hall had a foroe cf manat work
at his headgates and it required 144
sacke of sand to check the high water.
The U. S. Inspector was up last Sat
urday and they will start dipping cattle
as soon as the oil arrives.
A number of the leading farmers have
placed an order with the Consolidated
Wagon & Machine Co- for a large Case
threshing outfit The machine is ex
pected the first of July.
The western traveling salesman for
the Avery Co., is here to arrange a sale
for a large steam plow. He informs ns
that Hunter & dray have purchased a
steam plow, which will operate on their
ranch this summer.
Report of State Examiner.
Paris, Idaho. March 31st, 1909.
To the Board of County Commission
ers, Bear Lake County, Idaho.
Gentlemen:—The following is a brief
report of my official visit to your county,
and my findings in checking the receipts
aud expenditures of the county officials
Officeof County Clerk, (W. R. Holmes)
there has been received for recording
and filing of instruments from October
$ 2041.13 a
Paid to Treasurer, per re
ueipts ..$ 1140 79
Paid office expenses, per ap
proved vouchers.. 487.29
Bank credit ( Bear Lake State
Bank). 394 00
Cash on hand. 19.05
'Otb. 1907, to March 27, 1909, # 1958.73
Deposits, district court cases
Your Clerk is to be commended for
,tbe improved methods he has inaugura
ted. Ialsonote with pleasure the much
needed improvement that has been made
in your Court House for the preserva
tion of the records and convenience of
County Treasurer's Office; James F.
Balance on hand Oct 1, 1907 # 14752.66
Total received to date,.
Paid Warrants aud authoriz
ed Dis .
Balance turned over to incom
J. R. Pugmire, Treasurer;
Balance on hand
Received to date,
Balance cash on hand
Receipts from December 2nd
1907 to March 81st, 1909,... 144282.11
Paid to County Treasurer, per
Balance on deposit, (Bear
Lake State Bank ).
I. 144122 48
I am recommending that the Assessor
make a monthly report of his collect ions
ing December and January he should
Probate Judge's office:
Receipts from Dec. 1st, 1907,
to date .... .
Paid County Treasurer, per
Paid office expenses, per ap
Balance cash on hand.
From licenses and fees.# 8806.50
Paid Connty Treasurer, per
Paid Auditor, for fees.
Paid Probate Judge, for fees.
Paid Printing expenses.
Balance cash on hand.
# 8806 50
An effort is being made to establish
a more uniform system of book-keeping
throughout the state, and in this your
Sheriff is very much pleased with the
suggestions that have been made, and
will adopt the same.
The Surety Company, in which your
officers are bonded, is authorized to
transact business in this state.
I am pleased to say that I find the
officers interested in their work and en
deavoring to give the County their best
C. D Goaslind,
Notice for Bids.
Bids will be received by Nephi Skin
uer at Nounao. Idaho, for the erection
of a two-room rock school building in
school district No. 14 of Bear Lake
county, Idaho. Plans and specifications
for said building may be seen at the
Examiner office, Montpelier. The hoard
of trustees of said district reserve the
right to reject any or all bids. Build
ing mast be completed and ready for
occupancy by .September 1, 1909.
Bids will be opened at residence of
Nephi Skinner, Nounan, on May 24,
1909 at 7 o'clock p. m.
Nephi Skinner, Clerk.
The board of county commissirners
met this JOth day of May at ten o'clock
a. m , pursuant to adjournment of April
14, present, Philemon Lindsay chair
Henry H Hoff and Ernest N.
Scofield commissioners, Charles E. Har
ris county attorney aud W. R. Holmes
clerk, when the following proceedings
were had to-wit:
In the matter of the petition of J. A
Berry et al for the establishment of a
county road, the board not being fnlly
advised in the premises it is ordered that
the petition be and the same Is hereby
Upon petition of residents of George
town, George J. Hoff ts hereby appoint
ed road overseer for road district No. ».
In the matter of the petition of John
Bowman et al for a public highway, the .
board being fully advishd in the pre- '
mises, it is ordered that said petitiou
will be heard at the regular session of
the boaril in July.
Jacob Henggi is hereby appointed
road overseer for road district No. 17.
Comes now the petition of W. D. Ream
et al for a herd district, and it appear
ingto the board that a herd district
will be of great benefit to residents of
Dingle aud Pegram precincts and that
a majority of the qualified electors of
said precincts have petitioned for the
establishment of a herd district, and
that notices have been posted and pub
lication thereof made of the hearing of
said petition as reqnired by law, it is
ordered that a herd district he and the
same is hereby established prohibiting
sheep from running at large within the
boundaries of said district which is des
cribed as follows to-wit:
Commencing at Bear River bridge
between Dingle and W ardboro in Bear
Lake county, Idaho, and running thence
south along county road to mouth of
Indian creek on the shores of Bear Lake:
thence up Indian creek along the south
line of sectiods 19 and 20 and the south
east corner of section 21, township 15
south of range 45 east of Boise Meridian ;
thence north to township line between
township 14 and 15; thenee east along
township line to Bear River to place of
Attest: W. R. Holmes, Clerk.
Lived 152 Years.
Wm. Parr—England's oldest man—
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People should be
Notice to Owners of Stallions and
Jacks in Bear Lake County.
In accordance with House Bill No.
177, passed bv the last Legislature, all
of stallions and jacks in thq
vicinity of Montpelier are requested
assemble them at Stephen's Livery Barn
May 28 aud at Paris on May 29, 1909.
All owners are respectfully requested
to assemble their stallions and jacks at
one of these places, as the fee for exam
ining them on either of these dates will
be $5.00; at other times it will be $10.00.
Registered horses should be accompani
ed by their certificate of registration.
After June 1, the provisions of House
Bill No. 177 will he enforced in Bear
Lake county. Will be pleased to fur
nish copy of the law upon request.
G. E. Noble,
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T. N. STEPHENS, Manage*,
RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and
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Draying to all parts of the City.
Baled Hay always on hknd
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Teams for Commercial
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