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This booklet illustrates some of the beautiful bungalows of Southern California. A book every home builder Sent 11 MONTPELIER GOAL & LUMBER Made by The Paraffine Paint Co. Su Frandsc« and Everywhere » GOIVIRAINY Montpelier, Idaho An Interesting Debate at Ovid. Ovid, Dec. 19.—The Y. M. and Y. LIA. engaged in a debate at the meeting house last evening, the sub ject being, "Resolved, That the great est material need in our state is state wide prohibition." J. A. Olsen and Lottie Raymond had the affirmative and Mary Nelson and Chris Olsen the negative side of the question. The debate was lively and interest ing and some good points were brought out on both sides. A large audience was present, and all listened attentively to the arguments. The judges decided in favor of the negative. CALENDAR FOR 1911. SWIFT'S PREMIUM Swift's Premium Calendar for 191 ! is styled "The Courtships of Ameri can Poetry." The size of the calendar is 10 x 15 inches. On each of the four sheets is a beautiful picture in colors. These pictures are the work of noted Amer ican artists. There is no type matter on them so they are suitable for framing. Under each picture is the verse from the poem illustrated that fits the action in it. Tho subjects are "Priscilla and John Alden," "Hiawatha and Min nehaha," "Maud Muller and The Judge," "Evangeline and Gabriel." The calander is now ready for tlisj tribution and can be secured by send ing one eap from » jar of Swift's Beel Extract, 10 wool Soap wrappers or 10 cents in stamps or coin to Swift & Company, Calendar Department, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. Christmas Holiday Excursions Via Oregon Short Line. Ticket,son sale December 23,24, 25,26 and 81st and January 1st, and 2nd, limited to January 9th See agents for rates and further particulars. "I bad been troubled with constipa tion for two years and tried all the best physicians in Bristol, Tenn., and they oould nothing for me," writes Thos. E. Williams, Middleboro, Ky. "Two pack ages af Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cnrfd me." For sale by Modern Drug Co. » ST. CHARLES NOTES. St. Charles, Dec. 20—The stork left a fine little daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clark last. week. All concerned are doing nicely. All the young people from this sec tion who are attending school kt Logan, are home to spend the holi days with their parents and friends. Mrs. Bert Wilson is here from Pb catello to spend Christinas. She is accompanied by her brother, Roland Williamson, who is attending the Pocatello Academy. Mrs. L. D. Long is at home from a two month's visit in Canada. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs jWm West. Mr West was bishop of the Paris First ward, before he went to Canada. Ola Transtrum will attend the Woolgrowers' convention at Portland next month. He has never visited that part of the country anti is an ticipating a very pleasant trip. Miss Zina Barker has returned froin a visit to Blackfoot. Dave Pugmire has just completed a fine barn, and Floyd & Son have cdih pleted an addition to their store, which gives them more room whic|i they so much needed Mrs. Putman, son and daughter rep turned to their home at Woodruff, Utah, yesterday, after a visit with relatives here. The heating plant in the new meet ing house has been tested and it gives perfect satisfaction. Carpenters are now busy finishing the inside work and the new edifice will soon be ready for occupancy. Mrs. V. H. Hansen presented her husband with a daughter last week. Mr. Hansen, who was not home at the time, was delighted to make the little lady's acquaintance upon his return. All kinds of nuts at the K. K. K. ! The quicker a cold is gotten rid of the less the danger from pneumonia ami other aerious diseases. Mr. Jß W. L Hall, of Waverly, Va., says. "I firmly believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds. I have recoin mended it to my friends and they all agree with me," For sale by Modern Drug Co. . , .. , . .. nual meeting of the members of the Kiugbts of Pythias of Tdaho, will be Notice of Annual Meeting. Notice is hereby given that the an corporation of Idanha Lodge No. held in the lodge room, on Tuesday, the third day of January, 1911, at o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect ing t lires directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of any other business that may come regularly lie fore said meeting, Citas- f Brv.v LHAB T-. KEESE, Secretary, _ Notice for Publication Republication required by: "G" October 24, 1910 D 8. uSSÄVÄo, NOV. " Nonce t. hereby given that John Peter Alle man, of Heru, Idaho, who. on Mav 16,1904. made D. L. E. No 4008 Serial No. 04760. for SW l 4 Section 14: WV a NW '» Section 28, Township 10 South Range 46 East Boise Meredian, hah tiled notice of intention to make Anal proof establish claim to the land above described, be lore Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office. Black foot, Idaho, on the 81st day of Dec. J910 Claimant names as witnesses: George Alle man, Jr., and Rudolph Bienz, of Bern. Idaho. Charley R. Wells of Crow Creek, Idaho, Abra ham Alleman. of Bern. Idaho. HENRY W. KIEFER, Register r » a , is a \V\ 1 L ft*. _ Ql*Pr\kf&St-p0Od O — 1 -■ rtJACOb CAOU» Dear Friend: I think oatmeal is a fine thing for breakfast. I get a big bowl full of it. I sprinkle some sugar over it and pour some nice rich cream over it, and I have a good breakfast, and it doesn't give me heart burning, and it makes met r « - ... . r rat Oatmeal will make you fat • r 1 . if you are skinny. P Q Wa __ • We get our oatmeal and all the groceries we buv from au me groceries we ouy rrom a Your friend, JACOB Hansen's Strong's Block WM. PENDREY Manufacturer of Tin and Galvanized Ware of all Kinds lambing. Steam and Gas Fitting and all Classes of Furnace Work. Shop on Depot St. nONTPELIER, IDAHO PHONB 138 ■ Notice. Notice is hereby given, ihat al l ' ,, ' next, regular session of the hoard of county commissianers to be held on ' the 9th day of January, 1911, 1 will make application to the said board of county commissions for the ap point ment of a deputy clerk of the ! Diwtrlet Court A .Kx-Oflleio Auditor ' and Recorder in and for Bear Lake County Idaho. ■ Datetl this 2nd day of December, 1910. Howard H. Bhoomhkad. Every family has need of a good, re liable liniment. For sprains, bruises, soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains tliere is none better than Cham ff\ berlain's. Sold by Modern Drug Co. * ; _ NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR IH UNITED STATES PATENT, 1 Serial No. 0918S. In the United States Land Office, Hlaekfoot. Idaho, Nov. 10. 1910. Notice is hereby Riven that the Utah Fertiliser & jgâ Company, a Utah corooratlon, by Robert 2* J. Shields, its aaent and attorney in Ifa fact, whose post ofltee M Lake City, Utah, has made application i for an United mates patent for the Great Deposit Group placer mining claim, M i prising the Great Deposit and Great Pro 1 ducer placer mining claims, situate in M , unorganized mining district, Bear Lake — county, Idaho, being Mineral Survey No 111 ; -'£>'58, and described in the official plat thereof, posted on the ground, and in tn I the field notes and survey thereof on file jaw in tlie office of the Register of the Die »11 , trlct of Lands subject to sale at Ulack foot, Idaho, to-wit: »f« With magnetic variation IS degrees 15 minutes to 18 degrees 30 minutes east. Beginnin» at Corner No. 1 of the Great Deposit placer claim, whence U. S. Min eral Monument No. 3 bears North 5 de grees 52 minutes West 4420.6 feet; thence South 1320 feet to Corner No. 2 of said Great Deposit; thence East 660 feet to Corner No. 3 of said Great Deposit; thence South 1320 feet to Corner No. 4 of said Great Deposit: thence East 660 If! ! feet to Corner No. 5 of said Great De — posit; thence South 1320 feet to Corner No. 6 of said Great Deposit; thence East 660 feet to Corner No. 7 of said Great Deposit; thence South 1320 feet to Cor No. 8 of said Great Deposit; thence East 1320 feet to Comer No. 9 of said Great Deposit; thence North 1320 feet to Corner No. 10 of said Great Deposit; thence West 660 feet to Corner No. 1J of said Great Deposit; thence North 1320 feet to Corner No. 12 of said Great De posit; thence West 660 feet to Corner No. 13 of said Great Deposit; thence North 1320 feet to Corner No. 14 of said Great Deposit; thence West 660 feet to Corner No. 15 of said Great Deposit; thence North 1320 feet to Corner No. 16 the j of said Great Deposit; thence North 1320 feet to Corner No. 12 of the Great Pro ducer placer claim; thence East 330 feet be to Corner No. 11 of said Great Producer; thence North 1980 feet to Corner No. 10 of said Great Producer; thence West 330 feet to Corner No. 9 of said Great Producer; thence North 660 feet to Cor ner No. 8 of m • m Chemical Manufacturing address is Salt m m * m an 8 8 lie id Great Producer; thence West 860 feet to Corner No. 7 otf said Great Producer; thence North 410.4 feet to Corner No. 6 or said Great Producer; thence West 618.9 feet to Corner No. 6 of said Great Producer: thence North 568.1 feet to Corner No. 4 of said Great Producer; thence West 1319.3 feet to Corner No. 3 of said Great Producer; j thence South 568.1 feet to Corner No. 2 ; of said Great Producer; thence East 660 feet to Corner No. 1 of said Great Pro ducer. whence United States Mineral 1910 ^XrTcs EaM NOV. Reducer; ÄÄ % °L"f '? Ä Alle- ^,,^99%°^^ to^nc^No^fs^o 1 ?3d made sm,th 1 Corner No. 18 of said SW rettt Producer: thence East 288.2 feci to Corner No. 17 of said Great Producer hah thence South 1980 feet to Corner No 16 to of said Great Producer- thence \Ve«t rio be- feet to CornerNo 15 of saidGreatPro Office. Sucer • then«?South 1 ?■ oTot rn rr»rn P No 14 of £5 aLlt uSSL Alle- 32' n tical°wlt1f^? Idaho. (SîJJÎlS? 1 1 , of . the 9 r . eat Abra- Repoktt the place of beginning, being ,hf exterior boundaries of said claims consolidated and containing 311.649 acres ; of land, for which this application for patent is made. j These claims (consolidated) are locat I ed in unsubdivided part of Township J Eleven (11) South. Range Forty-four j (44) East, and in Lots One (1) and Two i (2) of Section Eighteen (18), Township ; Eleven (11) South. Range Forty-five (46) East, Boise Meridian. ! The amended location notices of said claims are of record in the office of the county recorder of Bear Lake county, state of Idaho, as follows, to-wlt: Great Deposit Placer in Book 2 ^ Mining Claims, page 460: Great Producer In Book 2 of Mining Clalma, page 458. The nearest known locations arc High land placer claim. Survey No. 2497, and the^ Hillside group claim, Survey No. I direct that this notice be published in tho Montpelier Examiner, Bear Lake county, Idaho, the newspaper published nearest to said claim, for a period of nine weeks. HENRY W. KIEFER. Register. First Publication Nov. 25,1910 Laal Publication Jan. 20, 1911. ' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT. Serial No. 09167. In the United States Land Office, 1 Blackfoot. Idaho, Nov. 10, 1910. L Notice is hereby given that the Utah ft*. Fertilizer & Chemical Manufacturing company, a Utah corporation, by Robert " J ' Sl,lelds ' ltB agent and attorney in fact, -■ 'Vbost; poHtoftice address is Sait Lake I r, X 1 F*!* 1 ' has 'fade application for an United States patent for the Highland No. 2 Group Placer Mining Claim, com prising tlie Highland No. 2 and Hillside placer mining, claims, situate In unor ganized mining district, Bear Lake coun ty, Idaho, being Mineral Survey No. 2564 and described in the official plat thereof, posted on the ground, and in the field notes and surveys thereof of the register of the district of lands subject to sale at Blackfoot, Idaho, to wit: thing bowl rich good ; , ois ^recs" 2 ! Äes me t Corner No . , of the H111 met S?® £}?*ST claim whence united states r Mineral Monument No. 1 bears south fat ««srees 39 minutes west îoei.i feet; thence north 3300 feet to Corner No. ot said Hillside Claim; thence east 1320 feet to Corner No. 3 of said Hillside claim; thence south 1320 feet to Corner N°- 11 of the Highland No. 2 placet claim ; thence east 1320 feet to Corner No. 10 of said Highland No. 2 claim; j ! thence south 2641 feet to Corner No. and of said Highland No. 2 claim; thence 6tJ 2 £ eet to Comer No. 8 of said ( Highland No. 2 claim; thence south 1319 I feet to Corner No. 7 of said Highland No. 2 claim; thence west 839.9 feet to Corner 1 No. 6 of said Highland No. 2 claim; I thence south 1320 feet to Corner No. 6 j of said Highland No. 2 claim; thence ! 1141,1 feet to Corner No. 4 of said ! Highland No. 2 claim; thence north 1320 I £® et Corner No. 3 of said Highland No. 2 claim; thence west 660 feet to Corner No. 7 of the Hillside claim; ! thence north 1980 feet to Corner No. 8 of said Hillside «daim; thence aiBt 660 I feet to Corner No. 1 of said Hillside claim, the place of beginning, being the j exterior boundaries of said claims con I solldated and containing 314.579 acres of land, for W'hich this application for patent is made. These claims (consolidated) are located , on unsurveyed land which will bo em I braced in Township 10 South. Range 46 East. Boise Meridian, when the present : system of public land survey shall have been extended to it. 9 file in the office Tho location notices of said claims* of record In the offi<>e of the countv corder of B«ar Lake county. Htate of I Idaho, as follow«, to-w't: Hiffhlnnd No. ■ 2 placer In Book 2 of Mining; Claims, pagre 452; and Hillside placer in Book 3 I of Mining Claims, page 66. The nearest known locations are Hill side No. 2 placer. Survey No. 2505. I direct that this notice be published In the Montpelier Examiner, Bear Lake county. Idaho, the newspaper published nearest to said claim, for a period of nine weeks. are HENRY W. KIEFER. Register. First Publication Not. 96. UMC, ■ Laat Publication Jan. 30 1911 ' *, ————————■- • ♦ gO-OOOO-O-OOO-OOOOOOO-O^OOOO-O-OOO-O-O-OOO-O-O-OOO^' 0 ^ Christmas Sale § s Sterling Values now Offered in Gift Goods and' Seasonable Merchandise in Wide Variety Behold! That Christmas problem that has perplexed and puz zled is a problem no longer. How to make the holiday purse encompass all the purchases required at this season becomes an easy matter to all who confine their shopping to this store. We have lightened the Christmas shoppers burden by materi ally lessening prices on pratically everything that one wishes to buy at Christmastide at very lowest prevailing prices. Preparation begun months ago, large advance purchases direct from manufacturers, bring to you at this store vast assort ments of holiday goods and seasonable merchandise at genuine and substantial sauings in their cost to you. $ This is the Christmas Store, made so by these timely and superior offerings. Mose Lewis Department Store Q-O-OO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OO-O-' 6 2 ! > Bring the Young Folks If you can't take a trip to Europe or California, anyway you can get ac quainted with the actual scenery, and practically without trouble or expense. An education in itself. Don't wisstbe educational advantages now beiug of fered yon by the cinenietograph; the triumph of modern science Cotne yourself and bring the young folks too, of The Montpelier Theatre Open every night except Sundays 9 L* Tv COAL IS Ilk KING . 2 2 9 6 8 THE BEST KING is the'one who doeB the most for the comfort and welfare of hia subjects. THE BEST FUEL is that which most contributes to the comfort »nd welfare of ihe user, at the least expenditure of money. There is no danger of King Coal being deposed because he hasdtmenstrated that hecan prodnee a more uniform heat than wood. Montpelier Livery Co* lj fNjQFfjJ^^ 13 I gM I THE VINCENT FURN. GO. Undertaking & Embalming a Specialty Licensed Embalmer Phone 48 flontpelier, House Phone 8a •• It aho Dr. G. T. SMITH Dentist Parlors over Riter Bros' Store Office Hours: 9 to 12 and l to 4, MONTPELIER COAL & LUMBER COMPANY (Successors to D. McLem in) DEALERS IN LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, CEMENT AND PLASTER DIAMOND COAL always on hand Phone 7 *y Prompt Delivery [t m I r TWO HORSE OVERALLS "with strength and ease they always please" EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED MADS BY LEVI STRAUSS <&. COMPANY t /A •r FAMOUS AS SANTA CLAUS are the bread and rolls that we bake. They're fresh, light and palatable, ^by not allow us to Supply the baked citings you need for the table XtnaB day PIES, CAKES AND PASTRY that we bake cannot be excelle;]. They're prepared and baked as yon like them. Better leave your order now for Pumpkin and Mince Pies. They're so good they go quickly. THE ROYAL BAKERY D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Jffice hours: 10 to 12 m. and 2 to 4 p. n Offices over Modern Pharmacy iu Brei nan Block. M iftTPELlBR Dr. D. J. SUTTON Modern Methods of Dentistry Parlor* in Brennan & Davis Bldg Office Hours: 9 to ta «nil 1 to 5 » Ä2 li i * - ■ C»f»fcwfT The Snappy Roadster is always popular with horse lovers and makes a fine showing on the road. Our First Class Livery Stable is known for tne very snappiest tum | °uts seen anywhere—single or team— hitched to any kind of a vehicle yon want. We always haye up-to-date turnouts—day or night. Chargee very low. I THE GROVE LIVERY Phone 14-k J. S. JEWETT. Proprietor CIO TO THE Old oapitol For all kinds of Soft Drinks, Cigars. Pipes, Smoking and Chewing Tobac co. Have just added a full line of t'ONFECTIONEKY. j. h. Massey, Prop.