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! i i j j : Transmission of Money by Telegraph I ' I : : ! 1 . t ! : Arrangements have been consumated between this Bank and the Western Union Telegraph Company for THE TRANSMISSION OF MONEY BY TELEGRAPH. For such purpose this Bank has been appointed an agent of the company. Parties desiring to send money to any of the several thousand cities reached by the Western Union, can do so with greater ease, and at less cost than ever before. First National Bank Montpelier, Idaho Member of The American Bankers Association TIM KINNEY, President R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier G. G. WRIGHT, Vice-Pres. WM. R. ROBERTS, Asst-Cashier T I Local News Montpelier, Idaho, Sept. 1, 1911. Two rooms for rent, first door east of Pavilion. _ T5d Lewis of Afton, attended the -races here this week. Estey organ at a snap ;call at Stew art's garage. Phil St. Marie of Pocatello, attend ed the races here this week. at. John Stock of Fish Haven, is re ported quite ill with typhoid fever. New fall styles in hats and shoes at E. L. Burgoyne. Get the little folks ready for the opening of school on Monday, Sept 11. Mrs. Josephine Driver visited the past week with friends in Green River. There are some stylish dresB shoes on display at E. L. Burgoynes. A little daughter registered at the home of Mike Knutti Wednesday morning. Miss Hilda Fitzpatrick of Rupert, is visiting with Montpelier friends this week. Fine young pigs for sale; call on Heber Phelps, Montpelier. The county commissioners will meet on Monday, Sept. 11 to fix the tax levey for this year. Quite a number of Montpelier peo ple attended Hingling Bros, circus at Pocatello, yesterday. It's no use to cry over "spilled milk." Get a sack of Yellowstone Special next time. Mrs Fred Thomsen and children are visiting at Blackfoot with Mrs. T's sister, Mrs. L. W. Ktllien. The fall term at Link's Business I College, Idaho Fails, Idaho, starts on Tuesday, Sept. 5th. Mrs. T. C. Mashburn, who has been here for the past year, left yesterday for her home in Humansville, Mo. Say, one-two-nine' to central when you want a load of "That Good Goal". Miss Ollie Wotterstrom of Matn : moth. Utah, Is visiting in the city. the guest of Miss Anna Spongborg. MILK FOR SALK—Will deliver milk at 5c a quart—leave orders at Spougberg's Grocery—G. Loertscher. Thos. Greenhalgh and three daughters of Logan, visited with Bear Lake county relatives and friends the past week. Book keeping, shorthand and typi - writing are thoroughly taught at Link's Business College, Idaho Fulls. 1'lit re .vill bean important n eetlng of the Rebekah lodge on Sept. Uth. All members are requested to be present. Mrs. George Gardner came up from Ogden Tuesday to visit for several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Strong. Wanted, a cook In small hotel, family cooking, good bread baker de sired, lady preferred. Address box 701 Bancroft, Idaho. Rev. King, father of Dr. H. H.' King, will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist ball uext Sunday night. Services at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Seth Sleight of Ovid, is critic ally ill with an abscess on the brain, and the doctors state that there is no hope for her recovery. ' The best is none too good. Hills Bros' coffee, tea, baking powder, ex tracts and spices are the best. Sold by E. M. Stewart, the grocer. Try tbe Croikihsnk rooming boose for torntsbed rooms; hot and oold water; bath In connection. Good, clean beds R L. Robison started his new com- : bined harvester and thresher Wed nesday, and he reports that the ma chine worked like a charm. The only place to get a thorough business education is in a first class business college. There is none bet ter than Link's at Idaho Falls. ■ Mrs. E. M. Dalton came up from Ogden last Saturday fora month's visit at the home of her son, F. F. Dalton of the C. W. A M. Co. Miss Faye Clemons, who has been visiting the past month with her cous in, Mrs. Chas E. Keese, left yesterday for her home in Topeka, Kan. "Dad" Bryan informs us that Mr. Strong attributes his success in the races to the fact that he had all of his horses shod at Bryan Bros' shop. Thor C. Nielsen and family will leave next Wednesday for I * 8 An K eleB where their children will at- ■ f Bch ° o1 during the coming year. Two hundred cases of Fancy Alberta peaches next week at ...... . „.to ,,, A1 Thlel a " d «on Master Leslie will leave next Wednesday for a visit 1 w | t |, Mr. Thiel's parents at Maple p a rk, j[|, ( hieago, Washington and New York will be gone about a month, If you want, a REAL GOOD pocket knife, call and examine the Tidioute assortment. This brand of cutlery is Spongberg'a. Yellowstone Special, Is a high grade, high patent flour, always sea soned, always on hand, always gives satisfaction and alwayssold by Bren nan & Davis. Mrs. W. B. Richmond of Kemrner er, who has been visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zum brunnen, will return to her home at Kemtnerer Sunday. Bend to Link's Business College, ! Idaho Falls, Idaho, for a copy of | their new'College Journal and see; what practical courses they offer. F. L. Cruikshank has taken the j agency for the "K. M. F. Thirty" and ! "Flanders Twenty" automobiles and is no busy bookingorders for Septem- ! „ her and early spring delivery of imodels. --*— We have a large assortment of woollen remenants In three and four yard lengtht, which we are closing out at 25 cents a yard. They are reg ular 50 and 80 cent vaines.— Sam L. | Lewis, The Fair Store. A! will also visit at used exclusively by the U. S. Navy. —G. Spongberg. Workmen are busy putting the finishing touches on the interior of Sidney Stevens Co's new implement honse, and Manager Stevens says thsy expect to begin moving Into their new quarters« within the next ten days. Hello! Hello! Hello! Flour? Yes, we have plenty. Send up a sack of Yellowstone Special please. What? No thanks, I don't want something "just as good." I am from Missouri. Get in the game and order a sack from Brennan A Davis. Mrs. Enos Jones died at Lob Angeles, Cal., last Saturday. Do ceased will be remembered by a number of Montpelier citizens, ar Mr. Jones was formerly a Short Line brake-man. They removed from here 1 to Glenn's Ferry about four years ago. is mild, yoq should have the pictures taken of Ihe baby and children. Don't wait, its 1 tnrning cold-îr. A good assortment in sizes and styles at Rinehart's j Studio. I MrB. C. A. Jensen returned to her , home at Rooky Ford, Colo., last Sat 1 ' rrr;:/. of Bennington. She was accompani ed by her sister, Mabel, who wil ] visit in Rocky Ford for severs months. While the weather I I Jack Phillips and family cam#» tip i from Saif T.nké yesterday f«>r n two day's visit with Montpelier relatives i nltd friends. They are en route to j their home in Boise, after a two week's visit in Zion. K. A. Hurrel' came in from Weiser last Sunday to attend the races. He is looking well and while he still has a warm place in his heart for Bear l.ake county, he is very much taken, up with Ills new home and thinks I Weiser is the best, town of its size in the state. There Is just, one kind of local view post, cards, and these are published in Germany for the Rinehart Studio by the best color printers of any na tion in the world. Get a few at our Htudio. The sheepmen employed by the Afton Livestock Co. and the Star Valley Livestock Co. drew up a peti tion and signed it demanding bet ter variety of foot! t r men to take their places. The companies succeeded in furnishing more men and there arp about 21 sheep herders and camp movers hunting jobs.—Afton lnde pendent. When business men want properly t rained tionk keepers und stenograph ers they call on Link's Business Col lege, Idaho Falls. Get, in line for a good position. Start a course this fall. The Colonial Players have been entertaining the theatre-goers this week with a good class of plays, which have been presented in a cred itable manner. The company is composed of very clever people and are deserving of liberal patronage from the lovers of clean dramas and comedies, tomorrow night. The engagement closes Remember the election for school trustees next Tuesday afternoon. The polls will be open at the old city hall between the hours of 1 and 5 p. m. The terms of John J. Jones and Mrs. Henry Spidell expire. Both have made good members of the board and the Examiner believes that they should be re-elected. ""'Link's Business College, Idaho Falls, gives the most practical edu cation for any young man or woman. The fall term opens Tuesday, Sep tember 5th. Ned Holies returned last Friday from the Twin Falls tract, where he had been for several months looking after his ranch. He sold his 80-acre desert claim, near Eden in Lincoln -county,' and purchased 40 acres close to Filer. This land is partly improv ed and Ned says he could sell it now f or considerable more than he gave for it He intends to spend the win ter with his famil y here. The young man who takes a busi ness course at Link's Business Col lege of Idaho Falls gets an education that he will use daily as long as he lives. No time wasted on subjects that have no practical value. •St TO BUY DRUGS BEFORE A< - QUAINTING YOURSELF WITH jNciUR VALUES, OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE »»^LOWEST AND WE HANDLE NOTH ING BUT RELIABLE GOODS. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. The Modern Drug Co. a. S I on »ri / , HOMES \ I & St tii St / ¥ ItlHrttUIMMMHimoej z 25 ? * !2fl ( « fyj , 'Ä » a » s ! _ J ^ ^ Ç ^ 0^ ! COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL * We Sell BIDDING, LACE CURTAINS, DRAPERIES, CARPETS, LINO LEUMS, JEWEL RANCES AND WONDER WASHING HACHINES ? J w *0 10 0! (i _________ _____________ «THE VINCENT FURNITURE CO. * » U MONTPELIER, IDAHO Î WcDONALD-CURRAN NUPTIALS. At tli** Catholic church Wednesday morning, August 80tli, Ht 7 o'clock f»tlicr George De Stoop unit^<1 in tho holy bonds of inatrimoiiy Mr. Tints t'lirran ami Miss MurpirH McDon ald. The ceremony was witnessed by none hut. ihe immediate relatives of the contracting parties. Mr. Dan Curran, brother of the nrnum and Miss Catherine McDonald, sister of the bride, acted as best, man and bride's maid. The young bride look ing charming in here gown of white silk, tional black. fin mediately after the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the home of the bride's mother, where a wed ding breakfast was enjoyed. Amidst a shower of rice, accompanied with hearty congratulations, the happy couple left on No. 6 for a visit with relatives of the groom In the east. After a few weeks they will return, to Montpelier, where they will make! their future home. • The groom wore thé conven On Tuesday evening, August 22, Mrs. R. N. Sneddon gave » china shower at her home for Miss Mar garet. McDonald, to which quite a number of MiRs Margaret's friends were invited. The home was prettily decorated with hearts, the color scheme being red and white. The evening was pleasantly spent in games and guessing contests. In the button contest the first prize went to Miss Jessie McLennan and the con solation prize to Miss Edith McDer mott. In the animal contest Miss Claire McDermott, won first prize and the consolation prize went to Miss Margaret, McDonald. Dainty refreshments were served, hearts being used as place cards, The center piece was a large red tent, in which were Margaret's presents, After refreshments, the tent was opened, and a beautiful display of china was revealed. At a late hour! lie guests bade Miss Margaret good light and extended to her their best Wishes for her future happiness. On Thursday evening, August 24, Mrs. J. J. Wells gave a parcel shower for Miss Margaret at the home of •Mrs. McDonald. A large humber of young folks were present and they »pent a very pleasant evening chat ing and playing games. About 10:80 the numerous bundles were opened, which contained beautiful and useful presents of various kinds. Miss Jes sie McLennan wort the first prize and Mrs. W. C. Lambert the consolation prize in the ABC contest. In the guessing game the first, prize went to Miss Lavon Hall and the consolation prize to Miss Anna Rohner. Refresh ments were served, after which gsmes were played. It was long after midnight when the guests ex tended to Miss Margaret their best wishes and hearty good-nights. : Four Reasons Why You should buy your coal from us! 1st. Our coal is all SCREENED, no slack, no slate, 2nd. We guarantee FULL WEIGHT. 3rd. Prompt delivery and careful teamsters. 4th. We can All your orders in times of scarcity. Williams Coax. Co. Farm for Sale Because of ill health I offer my home and farm for sale, either in whole or in part, consisting of lfiO aores of land and a 2 'A acre lot in Bennington, with four room house, and outbuildings, property $3,000. Price for entire Andrew Nielsen, Bennington, Idaho Dance at. Jthe pavilion tomorrow night. PÎ ÜÜ1 I J of | New Goods Arriving We cordially invite the people of Bear Lake County to call and inspect the new fall styles in LADIES' COATS AND SUITS, DRESS GOODS AND MENS CLOTHING.. These goods are direct from New York, where Mr. Lewis is now buying a carefully selected stock of fall and winter mer chandise .- - e ; i a ! j ! j ! i ! j ! ! j >r it I, 1 The Fair, Sam L Lewis I j I I Grand Millinery Opening The ladies of Montpelier and Bear Lake County are in vited to attend my opening of FALL MILLINERY on September 8th and 9th My stock includes all of the latest creations in ladies head wear and my prices, as usual, will be within the reach of all. MRS. J. W. WHINYATES Montpelier, Idaho, I I ! The board of directors of the Mon! pelier Irrigation District w'ill meet as I a Board of correction, to correct a.- - 1 sessments, on the 27bit day of He;-I tember, 1911, at tile hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and will remain in session from day to day, not to exceed five days. Notice. Win. J. Ryan, Secretary. We advise all our readers who are interested in education to investigate the courses offered at. Link's Busi ness College of Idaho Falls. The school there is first class in every way, and thoroughly reliable and up rto-date. Their reputation is based on honest methods and thorough teaching. Circulars and full partic ulars will be sent, oil application to the principal. When in need of any liquors, wines, domestic or eastern beer, »end your mail orders to Haggerty A Co., Coke villt, Wyo. State quantity and quality desired. Orders promptly (Hied and satisfaction guaranteed. Dune" McLennan Talks about the Reliable Goods He Sells a Oar stock of guns and ammunition is complete, onr sales have been large and will continue so, why? Because onr goods and prices are right. We carry the largest line of wall : paper, building pupei, rooting, deaden ing felt and carpet paper in the county. Come in and get onr prices, we are here for the business and can satisfy yon. Manufacturers of cheap ranges send ont cheap advertising. We do onr ad vertising in onr home paper, and have the guarantee of tbe manufacturers of tbe six different ranges and heaters which we sell. We sold a Coles hot blast range to Morris Day, and he de clares that it has no equal. He says that hie wife can get breakfast ready in ! . ; I Come to OGDEN Sept. 22to30, 'Jl and visit the Four State Fair & International Sheep Show Six Big Haces Every Afternoon. Citas. F. Walsh. Aeroplane Flight Daily Aviator Registered Dairy Oattle Show ond Auotton Sale. Biggest Sheep Show in the World. DoA Phillppini's Famous Ital ian Band of 44 pieces—concerts every afternoon and evening. Get your exhibits ready. Send for premium list. One fare for the round trip on all railroads. H. M. ROWE, Manage!* QUARTERLY RIINAINCIAL REPORT Of Bear Lake County, for the Quarter Ending July lOth, 1911. Balance on hand last report. Delinquent state and connty taxes. Poll "taxes . Road poll tux.. District schools. Independent school No. t. Montpelier city. Paris city. Bloomington villiage. . Tax redemption. Fines. Officers' Fees. Bunk interest. . Licenses . »12,818 »5 $12,(118 95 831 92 68 50 6 00 404 12 40 00 208 89 13 75 n 01 84 88 2,820 00 478 74 86 18 80 00 14 74 Live stock sanitary. Teacher's Examination . Overcharge road and bridge fand. . Interest on school loan, dist, No.4 . interest ou school losn, Dist. No. 8 Road and bridge, Current expense District schools., 8 (JO Ill 25 13 50 70 00 $ 5,314 48 $17, »82 43 $17,933 43 OUTSTANDING WAKRANTH: $ 9,071 27 . 18.522 59 . 3,119 78 $ 5,814 48 »30,713 64 »80,713 64 .» 260 01 44 75 88 00 1,000 14 304 86 4,020 18 418 74 56 43 » 6,188 11 »11,750 88 »11,750 32 By warrants paid state account. By warrants paid general schools. By warrants paid road and bridge. By warrants paid current expense. By warrants paid hood interest. By warrants paid district schools. By warrauts paid independent schools No. 1 By warrants paid Tax redemption. By balance on hand. ... »17,933 48 »17.988 43 On hand State fund .. General school fand . Road and bridge fund. Current expense fund. Bond Interest fund. Warrant Redemption fnnd. Montpelier city fnud. Baris city fund . Georgetown city fnnd . Bloomington city fand . District schools fund. Tax redemption fund . Institute fand.... .. Less Overdraft Independent district No. 1 .... » 202 27 .... 8,042 64 48 36 .... 1,484 29 139 69 _ 228 42 314 49 14 45 I 87 6 01 5.853 04 356 31 28 48 »11,772 82 22 50 22 50 »I.50r2 11.760 32 STATE OF IDAHO, j > 8 ». County of Bear l.ake. ) We. J. Henry Stocker and H. H. Broom head, Treasurer and Auditor, respectively, do hereby certify that that the above and foregoing is a true &Dd correct statement of the finances of Bear Lake county as ap|jears from the Connty Records of said County. J. IlENBY Stocker. County Treasurer H. H. Broomhfad, Connty Auditor Subscribed and sworn to before me this totb day of Joly 1911. John H. Grimmett. Probate Jn l 'e is a testimonial from a well known citizen. There is nothing on the mar ket today to equal the Coles hot blast ranges and heaters. In (Mints, oils and varnishes we carry the best goods made. If you contemplate buying a washing Aon'» Wright at Bennington, what he thinks of it. There are 12 families in that sec tion now using Revonoc washers Don't buy one of those cheap, good for nothing washers when you can buy one that will last and do the wort for about the same money.