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THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER ||
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager E..tered at the postoffice in Montpelier, i Idaho, as aeeond-clase matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year, in advance . Six months, if paid in advance $1.50 .75 Montpelier, Idaho, May 19, 1911 If Bear Lake county is to be represented at the big ag ricultural show to be held in Omaha next October, steps should be taken now towards gathering samples of grain, vegetables, fruit, etc., for the exhibit. That is, farmers from the various sections of the county should be asked at tliis time to prepare cer tain articles for exhibit, in stead of waiting until after the harvest is over. For in stance, if several farmers were requested to save sam ples of wheat and oats, others tf> sive potatoes, cabbage and other vegetable!, and others to saye fruit, a very credit able exhibit could be sent from this county. Every county in the state is going to have exhibits at that show 1 and Bear Lake county must not come up missing. It seems to us that the proper way to go at this would be to have the commercial club of this city turn the mat ter over to a committee and let that committee make all arrangements necessary to wards securing an exhibit, which will be a credit to the county. If this matter is left until August or September and then voluntary exhibits asked for, we fear that a poor showing will be made. While crops are a little backward in Bear Lake county for this time of the year, yet indications are much more favorable than they were at this time last year. The rain of the past week has been a great help for the ranges and dry farms, and if anything like normal conditions prevail during the balance of the season, Bear Lake county will harvest! bumper crops next fall Elsewhere in this issue we publish an article on the li quor question, from the pen of C. C. Goodwin of Salt Lake. We commend it to the think ing people of this county, for the arguments therein ad vanced apply as well to Bear Lake county as they do to Salt Lake. i S Let the howlers howl, and the growlers growl, and the prowlers prowl, and the gee-gaws go it. Behind the night there's plenty of light, and Velies are alright and 1 know it. Body right, seat right, gears right shaft right, top right, built right, IS RIGHT. And you'll know it, If you will let us show you. 1 1 I I * D I Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO. We Cany Ogden-Portland Cement o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-oo-o-o-O F. F. DALTON, Local Mgr. THE KEY TO SUCCESS IS MONEY IN THE ' S^ftBANK I L.jil Mfc. * jrs $ 57 ''TASK ANY MAN WHO IS SUCCESSFUL^ HE'LL TELL YOU. -*■ - As? 1 -. Has OPPORTUNITIER come every day to mei) with money. ? WERE YOU READY? A savings account started Start it now; in a yours come a few years ago would come in hand / o°w. few years you will be the nyan ready with the mogey. BANK OF MONTPELIER MONTPELIER, IDAHO RICHARD GROO, Cashier G. C. GRAY, President \ Preston & Roberts Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Cigars, Tobacco, Fruit and Fresh Vegetables. Highest Market Price Paid for Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc. Idaho Montpelier, Dry-Farmed Wheat. of eastern Exhaustion wheat lands is sending wheat to Canada and to the growers West, where farm lands have not yet lost their early fer tility. The discovery of dry farming methods is now call ing attention of farmers to the possibilities of the arid lands, to be six times as great in area as is the area of all the wheat lands now in cultiva semi These are said tion in this country. There are said to be 50, 000,000 acres of wheat lands now producing 650,000,000 bushels annually, or an aver age of 13 bushels an acre. The dry wheat lands in Ida ho average twice as great a yield. It is said that only 75.000. 000 bushels of wheat now come from the dry lands. There are said to be 300,000, 000 acres of such land avail able in this and other western states, or enough to produce 80.000. 000.000 bushels of w heat. It is estimated that each bushel of wheat produced re quires two pounds of nitro gen. This explains the ex haustion of wheat lands), and ■ should warn western farmers I to conserve soil fertility l»y l scientific soil culture and re newal. Under right methods the west should become the future granary of the world in wheat production. Dry farming methods sup plements irrigation in an ad mirable way. Between these two systems, the so called desert lands of the west are giving place to garden spots and productive fields for the feeding of the world.—Lewis ton Teller. Notice. Dr - Guyoo wishes to announoe that since forming a partnership with Dr. G G. Parkinson it becomes necessary for him to oolleot all accounts now on his private books and all persons who are indebted to him are kindly request ed to call and settle said indebtedness between now and the 30th day of June. If you want a good meal when in Paris, call at the Cottage hotel. good bW yes, we bayelG J'b.cob •:X H7 BjCorWr' Dear Friend: Don't you love to smell good ham a frying when you are right hungry? All ham is not the right kind of ham though. Nice ham and fresh eggs make a good break fast. Ida a only of each re nitro ex Your friend, JACOB P. S. We get the best ham and eggs in town at Hansen's Strong's Block Dr. Miles' Nervine Completely Cured Our Little Boy of 44 »> Fits. A family can suffer greater affliction than to have a child sub ject to its or epilepsy. Many s father or mother would give their' all to restore such a child so health. "I am heartily (lad So t*B you of our little boy who was o.«a,UtWy cured of fits. iny then at io yeaae of ace as them for four ywwa. I tried doctors and one socialist but them said ho coaid nat ho cured, but Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine ' and Dr. Miles' Ne res aad Liver Pills made a compteta ours. He Is aesr lisle, hearty and rV- It has beau three years tlaae ht had tha last spell. I shall (five Dr. Unes' medicines praise wherever 1 mo. You ere et liberty to use this letter as you see fit and anyone writing to me I will gladly answar M they encloee stamp fer "H y k Dr. Milas' Nervine He hav S Ï3 BOGUE, Windfall, lad. 1 is just what it is represented to be, 1 a medicine compounded especially I for nervous diseases, such as fits, I spasms, St. Vitus' dance, convul sions and epilepsy. These diseases frequently lead to insanity or cause * weak minds. Dr. Miles' Nervine D has proven most effective in reliev ing these dreaded maladies. Sold by all druggists. If ths first bottls fails to benefit your money Is returned. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhsrt. Ind. A i "Pat-a Cake— Pat-a-Cake" Yon can "pat a cake fast as you can," but it won't ever make LOVELY POUND CAKE BAKED AT THIS BAKERY It requires acurate nicety and precisioi I ofjmgredieuts to make -'ponnd cake.' POUND CAKE BAKED HERE HAS A REPUTATION that is honestly and honorably earned. THE ROYAL BAKERY MONTPELIER COAL & LUMBER COMPANY (Huuoeaaora to D. Mul.enna< DEALERS IN LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, CEMENT AND PLASTER DIAMOND COAL always on hand Phone 7 -y Prompt Delivery A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE Age Plays No Part In Miller-Made Clothes a They're For You, Regardless of Wfyat Your Age May Be « THERE is a Miller Made suit which will exactly meet your ideas. That's a certainty. If you are a ybung high school or college chap, there's a Miller-Made style which will immedi ately compel your approval. You'll find dozens of youngest features incorpor ated in it. / /" « . l If you're a young married man, there's a "Miller Made" suit which will strike you "just right. It will also impress your "better half. \ \ ft V CM If you're middle aged, just in the prime of life, there is a "Miller-Made" suit which will fully satisfy you in style, tailoring and fabric. If you have reached the age where style doesn't bother you greatly and you prefer sturdy fabrics and tailoring which will withstand the strain of long wear, there is also a "Miller-Made" suit for you. $IC to $40. This is every mans store. j ' ft \ E. Lorenzo Burgoyne . m. \U 0 ik 1> O * ik m * Si m m < ik * \\ ik m ik * ik 1> ik m X tk * ik ik ik * Indispensable in Emergencies ik 1' ik ik ik The sickness of a valuable animal on the farm demands prompt remedies. It's a case for the veterinary—a case where minutes count. That's where the Bell Service shows its value to the farmer. By means of the telephone the veterinary is reached and he at once tells the farmer what to do until he arrives. No far-sighted farmer gets along "without the protection of the Bell Service. He can never tell when it is going to save him from serious loss. Besides, he has daily proof of its usefulness. Consult our Local Manager for rates. 0 vk * ik vk ffi g m ik * ik ik m m ik * i> m ik * ik m \k m ik g ik ik ik g * ik 1i ik ff» ik * ik 1* ik ik * ik Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company 0. A. ROBERTS, Manager, ff» ik m $ ff» 1» ik * ik ff» ik ik * ik fh W '*5 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF THK INTERIOR Idaho, May DEPARTMENT 17: S. Land ofltce at Black fool. Ntllicr I. hereby .1 vm that nor of Montpelier. Idaho, -ho o. Orto*^"; l«u;.. made Homestead Eutry No. ' eWM No. oarrc, for NWM BK'v SW*. Section 32, TownsUpO " ^ q( 45 East Boise Meridian, has flled ,,»b tentlon to make flDal nve year p - before llsbelalmto the land nbove de«" ' " t . UeMe.de Austin. U. S. Commlss oner alM peller. Idaho, on the 21st day of ' j «aimant names as w'«*esse.. Wimam J Hunter, John F. »Connor, W""»" " Orchurd all of Montpelier. Idaho w. Kiefer, Register. Joseph Hü-Öt Henry Now is the time to get rid of your rheumatism. Yon will find Chamber Iain's Liniment wonderfully effective. One application will convince yon of ite For sale by Modern merits. Try it Drug Co.