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DID YOU KNOW That yon could have
a Savings Bank Account for your child
wirhout any expense or obligation to you?
That we will give you a pass book and
Miniature Bank with an initial deposit of
$1 and that it will not cost you anything.
More than 200 children in Bear Lake
County already have savings accounts and
we want you to have the same advantage.
This is no scheme or puzzle, but a
simple plan whereby your child gets the
benefit of a system of savings and will thus
have funds for an education or any other
wprthy purpose upon reaching the high
school age.
Teach your child the value of savings
habit at an early age, thus laying a valu
able foundation for ail the years to come.
Call at our store at any time and let us
tell you all about it; or send us name and
address and date of birth of your child or
the child of relative or friend.
We will do the rest.
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—Spencer in Denver Republican.
Commissioner' Proceedings.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session pursuant to law
this 8th day of January, 1912, at ten
o'clock a. m., present Samuel E. Hy
mas chairman, Henry H Hoff and Jos
eph W. Linford commissioners: H H
Broomhead clerk, and the following
proceeding were had to-wit:
in the matter of repairing the Bear
River Bridge at Georgetown, Abel
Smart, road overseer for district No, 12
was present and was instructed to re
pair said bridge at once.
it appearing to the board that au er
roneous assessment was made on the
property of Thomas Williams for the
vesr 1907, conveyed by tax sale certifi
cate No. 14 for tbe sum of $1« 4« lie
and the same is hereby cancelled and
the clerk is hereby instructed to charge
said tax sale with said amount and
fund said sum by warrant on Current
expense fnnd.
It appearing to the board that prop
erty was illegally assessed in the name
of Knights of Pytbais, No. 8 which is
exempt from taxation, the sum of
♦Hi.40 taxes for the year 1911 is hereby
cancelled.
It. appearing to the board that an er- 1
rcneouB assessment was made on tbe |
property of Arthur Budge for the year
1911, the board being fully advised
the premises, and after carefully con
sidering the matter, orders that the
sum of $38.75 be and tbe same is here
by refunded by a w arrant on tbe Cur
rent Expense fund.
It appearing to the board that an
erroneous assessment was made on tbe
property of Rhoda Hodge for the year
1911. the board being fully advised in
tbe premises and after carefully con- I
sidering the matter orders that the sum
of $16 18 be and the same is hereby re
Tbe following bills were allowed and :
warrants ordered drawn ou tbe Current
Expense fund:
2 (JO
6 25
2 00
re
funded.
JUROR CERTIFICATE
J P Patlterson.
D A Krogne.
John Wedel ..
J A Fay lor.
Robert Vicars .
Thomas Ward.
Lisle Besigger.
Dr. E F Gnyon.
Dr. C'Orr Poynter
James N Walker .
Cloyd Dayton.
Peter Thompson.
Geo H Thornook.
Uuo Ward..
♦ 6 25
6 25
6 35
2 75
4 00
4 00
6 25
3 50
6 25
6 25
8 25
Wm Fainter .
A O Christensen.
Fred Bateman.
Fubian Ream.
Mitehell Ream.
William Hunter.
W G Staley.
Henry Cook.
Bert Sparks.
Ned Holies..
Mitchell Ream.
E W Mioheal.
Earl Yonhger.
George Bateman.
Jacob Jensen.
Bud Dimick.
E J Haddock.
Henry Roberts.
Marvin Sparks.
l'arly Dunford .
Nelse Krogne.........
Adam Wleker.
James Dimick.
l'olly Lewis .
Dr. H H King.
G Green .
William Hnghea... .
K F Guyon.
M B Cherry.
Jobu Meyers, Jr.
James Johnson.
1 Dr. Hayward.
| John A Skinner.
N L Krogne.
injJoePendry.
W m Alley .
L F Jensen
Rebecca Htll
Leroy Hill
Ed Bucher..
I Orin Weaver .
Mrs David Hunter .
Mrs. J E Tuner.
Clarence Wright.
: Mrs, Mittie Hunter .
Silas Wright.
N M Williams.
Samuel Athay .
W S Huge . .
Win Staley,
Joseph Fuller, witness cert.
® k Hays, witness certificate.
Clarence Shepherd, witness cert.
R F Crawford, witness cert.
Frank Athay, witness cert. ...
Mrs Ellen Athay, books for at
6 50
6 25
2 25
9 00
84 25
3 OO
2 00
4 25
4 00
2 OO
27 00
9 00
4 50
« 25
2 00
7 00
2 35
2 25
4 00
Î5
7 85
2 25
3 50
4 OO
4 00
4 00
2 O0
4 50
4 50
8 INI
3 00
2 25
8 00
4 50
2 25
4 50
4 00
« 00
4 00
8 00
10 85
4 75
6 50
4 50
7 75
11 50
6 50
8 25
7 75
7 75
6 00
4 60
44 no
f> 001
5 00
12 50
12 50
2 50
2 00
1(1 00
4 21
24 76
Henry Dalrymple .
Raynor Young.
E M Pngmire .
Kd Bucher.
itnesscertificate..
torney .
Statesman Printing Oa, blanks.
Frank Wright, labor.
J H Stocker, coal .
Shepherd Mercantile Co. sup
plie« ..
38 00
39 09
a
J H Grimmett, labor .
Joooh Tneller, labor..
Nelse Davis, quarantine .
Nelse Davis, quarantine.
S B Staley, labor.
Wm Higgins, per Ferguson Liv
ery Co,, for horse hire.
Jos. Denio, board of prisoners...
Mamie Larseu, Teachers' Exam
ination.
Johnson Cox Co. supplies.
Johnson Cox Co, supplies.
Alfred A Hart, joiut institute
expenses .
Marion Perkins, Assisting Sher
6 50
19 50
7 50
23 00
21 00
60
In
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r. _..... XT X ,. ...
Captital News Co supplies . .. 12 oo
T„ii U D- U ...
x . n kT" 7 114 1
Mrs. Joel Rich, boarding pnson- I
4 50
3 50
16 OO
2 90
75 «3
15 00
19 75
Frank Greenhalgh, Justice
court.
Ids Patterson, work for county
superintendent.
i Wm Higgins, salary .
j Emma V Holmes, labor .
j .Tames P Nowland, salary.
J Henry Blocker, expenses ....
j Oaseu Pendry, team hire .
Mountain Stats Telephone and«
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Peter Hemmert,.
Annie Cooper .
A manda Borrensen....
Joseph Hebdon.
John Snyder.
Mrs Jacob Keller.
Fritz Egli .
John Egli.
106 80
21 901
2 00
ern
Ed Sntton, labor ..
D. McLennan, supplies.
Dr. J W Hayward, salary etc. .. 100 80
Smitb Hoge, services ... '. ... 24 601
Geo. Perrett, expenses.
Walter Hoge Estate, redaction
of taxes.
1
y 2 3 I
16 18
'
Alfred Hart, salary and expen
299 50
49 2»
25 »0 e
4 (M)
Byms-York Co, supplies. 124 00 A
Hear Lake Power Co., lights. .. 40
Dr. G F Ashley, services ....
J H Grimmett, salary aDd exp.. 187 7
Mae Broomhead, reading.
D 8 Price, salary and expenses.. 161 5.
Asa Athay, expenses ...
Minnie Broomhead, salary
Arthnr Taylor, labor ....
C A Stock, labor.
sea
D H Roberta, aervicea.
Ed V ftoctyer, salary .
•lohn T Briscoe, quarantine
.John T Brisco, labor.
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4 50
«7 20
109 98
2 () |5
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2.'1 65
17 INI
Telegraph Co., services.
John Nelsou, salary and exp. .
John 8 Heggie, constable.
71 Hi
58 110
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of
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15 00
INDIGENT
15 (N) of
15 ini ;;
15 00
15 00
15 00
.... woo;
.... 15 0«
.... 15 00
Mr louis Schrier. 15 oo
Henry Hollon ... 15 00
Arueude (iieen. lu 00
Montpelter fc*.n.,ner Co. I
P» P r?s°P«t Oo' nrintirg. .um 4<l
Peris Poet Go , printing^ .
™ Sorensen, cere of indigent .. 25 00
, 7 u eXP ••
f, W „ " Ur, ' nd ex P • ' f "
il H Hoff, salary and exp,.... 145 55
.. I
H H Hoff, Indigen expense .. 13 00
H H Hoff, convention exp . « 00,
Km ma \ Holmes, labor. 0 95
O C Dnnford, salary and exp .. 355 00
I« appearing to the board that, an er
roneous assessment was made on the
property of Hyrnm Thompson for the
Tear 1911, the board after carefully |
0 nsiderlngthematter, orders that the ,
sum of $21 14 be aud the same is here
Jam es Ed born
C Christof) erson
Mrs Ànn Winn_
i>y refunded by warrant on the Current,
ense fund.
he following Mils were allowed and
warrants ordered drawn on tbe Road
and Bridge fnnd:
ex
FOR LABOR
Angnatns Peterson .$ 13 00
4 00
12 00
12 00
8 00
8 00
4 00
Stafford Cleveland ....
George Wilks.
Nels Bnrgreen .
Richard Pngmire.
Ola Jensen .
John P Jensen.
Leonard Flovd .
Moroni Pngmire.
Charles Peterson .
John Hill.
Andrew Windlay.
lohn Micbaelsen.
Andrew Michaelssn....
Bilie Williauiaen.
Wui A C Keetch.
< 'hartes Wiudley.
Iasmard Floyd Sr.
Sam Wilks .
Nepbi Michaelsen.
( Ha Peterson .
Alvin Peterson.
C W Williamson.
Ernest Allied.
Parley Ulsen.
Eugene Clark.
--I1C Keetch.
Ola Transtrum
EC Keetch.. ;
: Albert Arnell .
I Thomas Rieh .
Andrew Jensen.
I J K Pngmire.
1 Wilford Floyd. t...
: J A Blade .
j Wm Clark.
I George Michaelsen.
! Isaac Hill.
i John Pngmire .
; Wm Micbaelsen.
1 Ray Rich ..
; Kasruns Michaelsen.
' John Nelson .
Nelse Bunderson.
M .1 Floyd .
Archie Pngmire .
George Y Floyd.
J W Linford.
Nelse Mourtensen.
J W Simmons.
Joseph H Bee... .
Herman Hansen.
Jess« Smart..
Abel Smart, bolts ... ....
John Sizemore, labor
Abel Smart, overseer.
Alma Hays, labor.
(Continued next week)
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8 00
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10 00
8 00
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10 00
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The Generation and Application of
Flectric Power.
(Continued from Aral, page)
of the*« two numbers. These are
fundamental rules in the mechanical
measurement of pqwer, and, although
ft may appear to the reader that they
have very little practical application,
they should he born in mind. In any
event they clearly define the horse
power, a definition of which is impor
tant in itself. Man's ability to com
prehend intricate problems depends
entirely upon whether or not he has
a clear and definite conception of the
fundamental parts of such problems
The fundamental principles are often
very simple.
Horses for Sale
I have 70 head of horses for sale
60 head of 3 and 4-year -olds, Hhire
bred, balance broke teams, ranging
In ages from 5 to 7 years.
Fr/vnk Wriiiht,
Bennington. Idaho.
Applications for 'Grazing Permits.
Notice is hereby given that ail appli
cations for permits to graze cal tie .
* lorBeB ttn< * within the Caribon
National Forest during the season of
1912. must be filed in my office at Wont
.. ,
»eher, Idaho, on or before 'February
1 2«, 1012 Full information in regard to
I |he fBes to ^ ebttrBed aD( ,
blank forms to be used in making ap
plication will I* furnished upon re
Gko. G. Bentz, Supervisor.
1 quest.
I Mrs. A. R, Tabor, of Crider, Mo , had
been troubled with siek headache for
ab ' ,ut bve years, when she began taking
' Chamberlain's Tablets. She has taken
two bottles of them and they have
vure| t her. Sick headache is caused by
e 'Doordered stomach for which these
tablets sre especially iutended. Try
them, get. well and stay well. Bold by
A he modern Drug Co. Ltd.
Here is a remedy that will core your'
cold. Why waste time and mi.n?v ex
perimenting when yon can get a prep
uration that bas won a world-wide rep
illation by its cures of this disease and
can always be depended upon? It is
known everywhere as Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of
real merit. For sale by Modern Drug
Co Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given, met 1. Fred Huber.
the H. an! of Perdons, of the state
»»«■!*. l » ls t. nie . Bt -
on inerciMtcr as this applictuton
be heard, for a pardon from the judgment
of convictlou of burglary In the second degree
rendered and entered in the District court of
the Fifoh Judicial district of the Stute of Idaho
in and for Hear Lake county, at the Oot4iber.
1911 term of said court, wherein the applicant
was sentenced to serve a term In the Idaho
penitentiary, of not leas than six months and
»ore than five year«.
Dated this 7th day of December. HI'.
FREU HUBER. Applicant.
Application for Pardon.
will apply
of Idulm.
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Everybody in Montpelier
j. Eligible.
Old people stooped with sneering.
Middle age. courageously fighting.
Y ° nth P ratP " ,iu K Impatiently ;
Children, nneble to explain.
A „ m , (rom their „„
Only a little haeltache first,
Oou.es when you catch a cold.
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Or when yon strain the haok.
M n(mtiotu follow .
Url ^
n *. fci , S U *7 ill . . . , ,.
„J^**™™* Pl " 8 ftre f ° r 8 '° k kid '
neys '
Are endorsed by thousands.
Mrs. Byron Nelson, lEleventh St,
Montpelier, Idaho, says: "I have taken
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Doans Kidney Pills with beneficial ef
fect for both pain and weakness dne to
kidney trouble. I would not be with
AGE NO BAR
ont this remedy on haud. X have also
given Dnan's Kidney P|lls to onr
daughter, seven years of age, who wpa
afflicted with a kidney weakness. They
acted effectively in her awe, strength
ening her kidney and relieving all pain.
I give rbis statement for the benefit o(
other kidney sufferers '*
Pot sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
Poster-Milbnrn Go., Buffalo New York,
»ale agents for the United States
Remember the name—Doans— and
take no other.
Call for County Warrants.
The following warrants of Bear
Ijtke county, Idaho, will be paid up
on presentation at my office:
All Current Expense fund warrants
series of 1911, up to and Including No.
1850, and all Road and Bridge fund
warrants up to and including No.
1183.
Interest on samÿ ceases ten days
from this date, Dec. 29, 1911.
J. H. Stopkkr,
County Treasurer.
If yonr children are subject to at
tacks of croup, watch for the first sym
Give Chamberlain s
j tom, borsenesa
! t on *k Remedy aa soon as the child be
! warded off. For sale by the Modern
I Drng Co. Ltd,
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I have In
crilH-d animals:
One '^-year-old Holst, i n ltetfer, with herns
I branded UC over lazy S on left tbltrb. no eu
I mark«.
I comes hoarse aud the attack may be
Estray Notices.
y possession the following de»
One t-vear-otd, yellowish red heifer with
horns, anchor brand on right hip. swuilow fork
! in left ear.
One yearling Holstein steer,
boands visible.
Unlesa sootier claimed by the- owners. I will
s 11 the above des cribed animals at public auc
tion at my place in Wurdboro, Idi.ho at 10
oVlock a. m.
marks or
Wednesday. Pebrum < *J1. 1012.
ALBERT S. DIMICK. Contstuble.
I have in
scribed animals:
One kark red
y possession the following de
. about four years old.
right rih also brand resembling ?
left hip, marked with square crop off left
car with slit or under cut in same.
One light bay mare eolt with two white hind
feet, white star In forehead and white strip
over left nostril,
years old.
branded J
brands visible, about two
If the above bescribed animals
claim,-.! by the owners
ins to law
o'clock p. in.
sooner
te will be sold necord',
Monday. February 2«, 1812,
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C. F. CARLSON,'constable
Ovid, Idaho
G. S. Rogers & Son
will paint your
house inside &
outside
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Also do artistic paper
hanging
PRICES REASONABLE
G. S. Rogers & Son
WM. PENDREY
M inufacturer of
Tin and Galvanized
Ware of all Kinds

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lambing, Steam - and Gas Fitting
and all Classes of Furnace Work.
Shop on Depot St.
nONTPELIER, IDAHO
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where he is well treated.
At our li> -
ery stable the horses we reut look like
horses that are i s-fectly kept,
* turnouts are the finest in this part of
. ,
" 1 »uotry. and we rent them by the
hour, day or week at reasonable rates
. ...
TO mipOn*lbie partie«. YOOr own
Olll
horse« boarded.
THE GROVE LIVERY
Phone 3
J. S. JEWETT, Prop. Jeter
fANNOUNCEMENT 1
J We are glad to announce to our friend» and p|
patrons in Bear Lake county that we are
still in a position to supply them with all
kinds of LIQUORS, WINES and CIGARS.
We have opened our WHOLESALE DE
PARTMENT and await your orders. We
can satisfy you in price and quick service
as we are close to you.
L Write, telephone or telegraph your oraer
HAGOERTY St CO.
COKEVILLE, WYO.
Women!
If weak, you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic. Cardui
is made from gentle herbs,
acts in a natural manner,
and has no bad results, as
some of the strong drugs
sometimes used. As a med
icine—a tonic—for weak,
tired, worn-out women,
Cardui has been a popular
success for over 50 years.
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CARDUI
Take
The Woman's Tonic
I Mrs. Lula Walden, of I
I Gramlin, S. C, followed I
I this advice. Read her let- I
I ter: "I was so weak, I
I when I first began to take I
I Cardui, that it tired me to I
I walk just a little. Now, I I
I can do all the general I
I housework, for a family of
I 9." Try Cardui for your
I troubles. It may be the
I very remedy you need.
Douglas Furniture
Company
UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL
DIRECTORS
PHONE pi
flontpelier,
Idaho
D'Orr Poynter, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
All calls promptly attenasd to
Office hoars: 10 to 12 m, and 2 to 4 p. n>
ffiees over Modern Pharmacy In Bren
nan Block.
HONTPBLIBR
IDAHO
Dr. D. J. SUTTON
Modern Methods o! Dentistry
Parlor* in Brennan A Davis Bldg
Office Hours:
9 to ta and ■ to *
H. H. KING
PHYSICIA A ND SURGEON
Surgeon O. S. L. Ry.
Office over First National Bank
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone 115
Montpelier,
Idaho
l)r. G. T. SMITH
Dentist
Parlor* over Riter Bros' Store
Office Horn
9 to 12 end 1 to 4.
ms
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The "Shop Not**" Department (20 pages)
irives easy way* to do things - how to make
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'Amateur Mechanic* ** OO pnge«) tell* how to
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DON'T TELL OF THEIR RICHES
Great Britain Has Many Milllonalran
Who Kasp Quiet About Theta
Great Wealth.
"While people tn Europe marvel at
the big Incomes of our American mag
nates," said Arthur Albert Brook*,
late of London, who has come to tkia
side Tor permanent residence, "It mutt
be admitted that rbere are many men
in Great Britain who are t-iessed with
large Incomes and are careful to make
no reference to the fact that the news
papers Possibly 'England has aa many
millionaires to the population as thto
country, but It would be disputed off
hand by any one who had not takes
the pains to look up the figures.
"They are reaching out In England
for a higher tax on Incomes, and It
was the operation of 'his new law that
brought forth the Information In the
I'ntted Kingdom there are mm- rhaa
10,000 persons with an Income of mors
than $50,000 a year
$63,000 a year each
men In commercial pursuits who have
an Income each of more than 1250.000
"1 am told thal you can find 20 men
I in one business block down town In
New York city with that income, and
anxious to double it. Possibly In
some of your industrial towns you
have groupa of millionaires who will
laugh at our claims In England of
large Incomes. But our average te
the population will keep up well
"The agregate gross Income of the
inhabitants of the United Kingdom IS
more than $5.000,000.000. and the aver
age to each Inhabitant will compare
favorably with the annual Incomes of
citizens on thla side of the water."
They average
There are 20
KILLING OFF THE MOSQUITO
Much Hat Been Don« With Crude
Petroleum, and the Fleh gxperl
ment Worke Well.
According to those who h:-.ve gives
much time to the question oi dsstroÿ.
tng the mosquito, consider?!.,e prog
ress has been made In that dlreciioa
In the last few years,
breeding places have been
In New Jersey and äisten Island, but
unfortunately enough still rentals ts
give the Insects plenty of chance 10
multiply. Crude petroleum has been
used with good effect In places where
the drainage Is bad, but this, of
course, can bring only a temporary
cessation of breeding.
Tbe flsb experiment 1? said to bsve
been used successfully in tbe Barba
dos. All the swamps and ponds wars
stocked some years ago with a spe
cies c' flBh that feed on the larvae
of tile mosquito. Tftese fishes multiply
rapidly and thrive In the West In
dian waters In a short time there
were millions of them tn the swamps
and pponda. and It was observed that
mosquitos were comparatively scares
In the islands
The success of this experiment lad
to the stocking of standing waters la ,
Jamaica a year or two ago. and tha
health authorities of that Island re
port a considerable diminution or fe
ver as a result of the destruction at '
the niOBquito larvae.
Many or I hé
i|>ed out
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