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TOWN LOTS AT AUCTION The McCammon Land Company Will Sell at Public Auction One hundred and thirty lots in the Second Addition of the Harkness McCammon, Idaho, beginning Thursday afternoon, September 29, 1910. Townsite of lots will be offered 7 lots in block No. 10 lOlots in block No. 12 8 lots in block No. 14 10 lots in block No. 16 These 5 lots in block No. 10 lots in block No. 4 lots in block No. 7 lots in block No. without 10 lots in 4 lots in 10 lots in 10 lots in follows: 7 lots in block No. 11 10 lots in block No. 13 10 lots in block No. 16 10 lots in block No. 17 reserve as block No. 2 block No. 4 block No. 6 block No. 9 1 3 5 8 # For Particulars write or see g The McCammon Land Co., G. A. Hannaford, Manager IS McCAMMON, GOQQQCdQQroQVOfidQQQQQQQQGdQGÖQQQCOQQQfiBQroSoiBQQQQQQ IDAHO. Commissioners' Proceedings. < On this day the board of county commissioners convened at 10 o'clock a.-m. pursuant to adjourn ment of September 12, 1910, with the following members of the board present: Philemon Linsay, Chair man, Ernest N. Scofield and Henry H. Hoff Commissioners, and W. R. Holmes Clerk, and the following proceedings were had to-wit; In the matter of the petition of Walter Hoge et al to change the county road between Ovid and Mont pelier, the Oregon Short Line Ry. Co. having been granted permission to cross the county road at various points between Ovid and Montpel ier, and it appearing to the board that by changing the public highway a short distance near Mrs. Andrew Peterson's, it will save the public from crossing the railroad track twioe in going to and |from Mont pelier, and it also appearing that property owners will or have con sented to grant a right-of-way for this change in said road, it is hereby ordered that 'the County- Surveyor proceed to lay out said road as fol lows to-wit: Commencing in the county road near the residence of Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Ovid, Idaho, where the proposed railroad crosses the county highway, thence following the north side of said railroad right-of-way in a southwesterly direction, intersect ing the county road leading into Ovid, said road to be lour rods in witdth. The Clerk of this board is hereby instructed to advertise for bids for the construction of a steel bridge as ross Bear River at Wardboro, and also bids to raise the outlet bridge 18 inches. | The Clerk of this board is also requested to write the road overseer in district No. 8. to notify John Mey- 1 ers, Jr. to install a suitable culvert at least 16 feet wide in the county road where he has a water ditch crossing the public highway, and a.' so to notify Mr. Meyers to remove his fence off said county road within the time specified by law. In the matter of the petition of N. P. Nelson et al to narrow the counry road between Ovid and the outlet bridge, in this matter the board is of the opinion that four rods is a suffi cient width for this particular road. It is therefore ordered that the county road from Nels Johnson's at Ovid to the outlet bridge be and the same is hereby fixed at 66 feet in width, and that said fences shall not be moved out except under the per sonal direction of the commissioner from the Second district. In the matter of the resignation of ii>avki o. Kunz, Piobats judge, the Hon. David O. Kunz navinir filed hie resignation as Probate Judge in and for Bear Lake county, and request ing this board to appoint his succes sor to fill the unexpired term, it is ordered that his resignation be and the same is hereby accepted, and we hereby express to Judge Kunz our very best wishes and success in life, feeling that he has been a faithful officer and that his work has been appreciated by the bublic. Th. petition of John H. Grimmett, for the appointment of Probate judge, having been heretofore filed as re quired by law, and the board being fully advised in the premises, it is ordered that John H. Grlmmet be and is hereby appointed probate jndge in and for the county of Bear Lake, State of Idaho, to fill the unex pired term caused by the resignation of David C. Kunz. The official bond of John H. Grim matt is hereby approved and ordered filed. It is ordered that this board do now adjourn. Philemon Lindsay, chairman W. R. Holmes, Clerk. Resolution of Respect. Whereas, The Divine Master, in His Infinite wisdom, has seen prop er to remove from among the living, our beloved brother Patriarch, James B. Laughter, who lost his life by be ing caught under a car wheel of a moving train, while in discharge of his duty, near McCammon,' Idaho, ... l®*®' ant * Whereas, Brother I aughter was a kind husband, an affectionate and indulgent father, a good citizen, and faithful to our beloved order, there fore be it Resolved, That Enterprise lodge No. 18, I. O. O. F., extend to his wife and children, and to his father, ! mother, brothers and sist rs, the 1 ; sincere sympathy of the lodge, in this, the hour of their bereavement, and be it further Resolved, That as a mark of respect to his memory, the charter of our lodge and encampment, be draped in mourning for thirty days, that these resolutions* be spread upon the minutes of our lodge and encamp ment, a copy of the same be sent to the family of our deceased brother, and to the Montpelier Examiner for publication. Fraternally submitted O. P. Van natta, G. H. Greens, B. F. Guyon. Mrs. Smith Hollins McKim, Society Woman, Seeking Divorce at Reno ? I .V m % 'mm 4 Üf i 8 ■ v. • : if! y m ■ * *■» î V t-. ,/ 1 ■ f. ■ f I V..' ■v % . : ; m Ï ■ : ' Wxi ■V '■<: mm §i ■ - I ' Ä rf;. li mt : . ■ ■ "v. % Wm V ; ' : The most famous member of the Reno (Nev.) divorce colony now is Mra Smith Hollins McKim of Newport, New York city and Baltimore. She la seeking a divorce, which la due to be granted within the next month. Mra McKim baa one of the finest apartments in therPlaza hotel. New York city; a viila at Newport, an ocean going yacht, an estate of 7.000 acres in South Carolina, besides a beautiful home in Baltimore. She has given up all these luxuries for the time being to live in a liitle hotel in Reno that she may se fU mZvI'Î LÎ'ÏIJZ ** t T® *? ÎÜ* leader of New York s Four Hundred, but this honor she has also laid aside , until after her decree la granted. Uinta County Tickets. The republicans an d democrats of Uinta county held their conventions at Evanston last week and nominat ed the following tickets: REPUBLICAN State senators—James W. Chris man, Opal ; W. A, Hyde, Afton. . Representatives—John B Budd, Big Piney; J. C. Kinney, Cokeville ; Thomas White, Thayne; Thomas J. 'Brough, Lyman; M. V. Giltner, Jackson ; H. R. Chrismas, Kemmerer Frank Gunnell, Evanston. 1 Commissioner, 4 year term—Clar ence Gardner, Afton. Evanston. I Commissioner, 2 year term—J. M Gourley, Mt. View. j Sheriff—Jonathan Jones, Evanston County Clerk—James W. Neil, Kemmerer. County Attorney—Abraham Craw ford, Evanston. County Treasurer—Joseph B. Mart Clerk of Court—John S. Johnson, in, Evanston. Assessoi—Anthony W. McCuaig, Kvanston. Surveyor—Hobart Chapman, Evanston. Superintendent of Schools--Kate Smith, Evanston. Coronor— T. B. Carnahan, Cumber land. DEMOCRATIC Statesenatora—J. A. Folger, Kem merer; Win. Summers, Lonetree. Bepresentatives— Brig O. Gardner, Afton; Sam Daniels, Cumberland; Frank Cranney, Smooth; AI. Oster haut, Big Piney; Wm. Crawford, Jackson; M. Créai, Frontier; Thos. Anson, Mt. View. Sheritf-John Ward. County Attorney—John R. Arnold. County Clerk—Geo« P. Harvey. Treasurer—Wm. Cook. Commissioner, 4 year term—W. A. Hooker, Kemmerer. Commissioner 2 year term—Mau rice Groshon, Bridger. Clerk of Court—Wm. Cazier, Afton Assessor -Daniel Gerrard, Evans ton. Superintendent of Schools — Iva Thorn as-Irish. Surveyor—L. B. Henderson, Kem merer. Coroner— B. E. Craig, Fossil. Conference Excursions. The usual special low round trip rates will be made to Salt Lake by the O. 8. L. for the October Confer ence. Tickets on sale from Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming points October 4 to 8 inclusive ; limited to October 16th. See agents for rates and furth er particulars. or Railway telegraphy. Since the 8 hour law became effective, and since j the Wireless companies are establishing stallons throughout the country there ; is a great shortage of telegraphers. ' Positions pay beginners from $70 to |90 per month, with good chance of ad vancement. The National Telegraph Institute of Portland, Ore., operates six official institutes in America, under A Good Position Can be had by ambitions young men and ladies in the field of ' Wireless" supervision of R R. and Wireless of floials and places all graduates into positions. It will pay you to write them for full details. Reduced Rates To Ogden For the Inter-mountain good roads convention at Ogden, Sept. 23 to 26, excursions via the Oregon Short Line on Sept. 22 and 23, limited to Sept. 30. See agents for rates and further par ticulars. NOBODY SPARED. Kidney Troubles Attack Montpelier Men and Women, Old and Young Kidney ills seize young and old. Come quickly with little warning. Children suffer in their early years — Cau't control the kidney secretions Girls are languid, nervous, suffer pain. Women worry, can't do daily work. Men have lame and aching backs. The cure for man, woman or child. Is to cure the cause—the kidneys. Doan's kidney Pills cure sick kid neys— Cur. ali forms of kidney suffering. The following testimony proves it. David Hnnter, Bennington, Idaho, says: "Whenever I have bad a backache or any other symtoms of kidney com plaint, I have taken Doan's Kidney Pills and the contents of one box has always driven away my trouble. I con sider this medicine an effective one in curing troubles caused by weak kid neys" For sale by all dealers. ceDts. New York, sole agents for the Upited States. Remembea the name—Doan's—and take no other. Price 50 Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS bring out to . advantage £ the graceful J lines of one's form and cor. rect any figure , imperfection / with perfect M freedom and V comfort These corsets include all the desirable ideas U|f| \ 15.00 Known to the worlds ilBl W best corset désin ners, which results to a stylish garment 11.00 TO with superb fitting /Hi y I M qualities. J VE V fy AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS Zmsi i c oCosm Co., Exclusive Makers For the women of large figure well aa for those of merfh»» or sla n d er form. For Sale By THE GOLDEN RULE STORE. Dr. G. T. SMITH Dentist Parlors over Ritcr Bros' Store Office Hoars: 9 to 12 end 1 to 4.