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u / Ask any of the well dressed ladies of Bear Lake county where they buy their suits, coats, skirts, waists or other up-to-date wearing apparat and the answer will be at the Mose Lewis Department Store. We are now also showing a complete line of clothing for and boys, men and women. Come in and let us show you the newest effects in wearing apparel. . men Also shoes for dress and dainty wear for both MOSE LEWIS DEPARTMENT STORE Home Industry Week. Governor Haines has Issued the fol lowing proclamation, in which he calls upon the people of Idaho to encourage the development of home industries and the consumption of home products: A custom of somewhat reoent origin has sprang np in this state of observing a certain week in the spring of each year as Home Industry Week, been requested to issue a proclamation calling attention to the importance of this movement to secure a better en conragmeut to our home industries. It requires no argument to demon strate that in helping to build up the business of our neighbor we do but help develop the community and thus help ourselves. We should, I think, aim in so far as possible, to patronize— First, those industries which are located in our home communities. Second, those industries which are located in the Pacific Northwest. Because of the great importance which attaches to this movement I am glad to comply with the request that I call public attention to the same in this formal manner. Now, therefore, I, John M. Haines, Governor of the State of Idaho, do here by proclaim and set aside the week be ginning on Monday, the 13th of April, and ending Saturday, the 18th day of April, as Home Industry Week, and advise the carefnl observance of the same by all onr citizens to the end that the lessons which it aims to inculcate be learned by all and that this will re sult in great development of our home resources daring the coming year. In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand and caused Ihe great seal of the state to be affixed this 11th day of March, 1914, John M Haines, Governor. By the Governor- Wilfred L. Gifford, Secretary of State. I have FOR THE STOMACH AND LIVER. I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., writes: "I have nsed Chamberlain's tablets for disorders of the stomach and liver off and on for the past five years, and it affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just as repre sented. They are mild in their action and the results have been satisfactory, I value them highly." For sale by all dealers. 6/ip into one of \ ourSlylish A Overcoats A and stilts 1 \ dND HATS, « if © The comfortable, SUCCESS F U L proud feeling you will get from being the daily wearer of one of our nobby SPRING WEIGHT OVERCOATS will be worth more to you than the coat costs. A lighter Weight overcoat is a good all-around, all-the-year around garment. We have them from $15.00 up. We keep no poor clothing in our store. Let us sell you your season's clothes once. You will then be our customer for life. t. Lorenzo Burooune Everything to wear for man or boy m We Can now Supply This Hair Preparation I Onr big Haomony Laboratories in Boston have caught np with their orders now and so we wont have to disappoint any who are using Harmony Hair Beautifier and want more of it, or any who have been advised by yonr friends to use it. We can now fill all demands, even if it becomes even more of a rage than it is now. Harmony Hair Beattifier is just what it is named—a hair beautifier. It is not a hair dye or hair oil—but a dainty, rose-perfnmed liquid dressing to give hair its natural glosB and brightness, wavy softness, rich beauty. Easy to apply—simplysprinkle a little on your hair each time before brushing it. Con tains no oil, and will not change color of the hair, nor darked gray hair. To keep yonr hair and scalp dandruff free and clean, use Harmony Shampoo. This pure liquid shampoo gives an in stantaneous rich lather that immed iately penetrates to every part of hair and scalp, insnring a qnick hnd thoro ugh cleansing. Washed off just as as quickly, the entire operation takes only a few moments. Contains nothing that can harm the hair: leaves no harshness or stickiness—just a sweet smelling cleanliness. Both preparations come in odd-shaped very ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops. Harmony Hair Beantifier $. 100. Harmony Shampoo, 60c. Both guaran teed to satisfy you in every way, or your money back. Sold only at the more than 7,000 Rexall Stores, andin this town only by us. Riter Bros. Drug Co., Montpelier, Idaho. Bulls for Sale. Pnre-bred Registered Short Horn Bulls for sale, cheap in car load lots. Send for catalogue. Wesley K. Walton & Sons, Randolph, Utah. RECOMM ENDS CHAM BERLAIN ' S COUGH REMEDY. "I take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers because 1 have confidence in it. I find that they are pleased with it and call for it when again in need of such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexton, Montevullo, Mo. For sale by all deal en Notice for Bids. Notice is hereby given that the board of trustees of school district No. 12 of Bear Lake county, Idaho, will receive sealed bids for the pur chase of the old school honse and lot, also one share of water in the Georgetown Irrigation company. Bids will be opened at six o'clock p. in. on March 80, 1914. Each bid must be accomnanied by a certified check in the sum of 20 per cent of the bid. The board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. Each bid should be marked "sealed bid" and addressed to Chris Sorensen, clerk of the said school district, George town, Idaho. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Black foot, Idaho March 21, 1614. Notice Is hereby given that Erastus of Nounan, Bear Lake Co., Idaho, who, on May 24, 1607. made Homestead entry. No. 03158, for NEJi and NJtf SKÎ4, Sec.' 6. Township 11 south, Hange 43 east, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Five Year Huai proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before G. Spongberg, U S. commis sioner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on the 4th duy of May 1614 Claimant names as witnesses: Abe Jewett, Herman Grunig, David Chugg, and NepHl A. Skinner, all of Nounan Bear Lake Co., Idaho. Peterson, HENRY W. KIEFER, Register. 3 27 flt Restoration to Entry of Lands in National Forest. Notice is hereby given that the lands de scribed below, embracing 157.60 acres, within the Cache National Forest, Idaho, will be sub ject to settlement and entry under the provis ions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11, 1906, 34 Stat , 283. at the United States land office at Blackfoot, Idaho, on June 2.1914. Any settler who was actually and in good faithi claiming any of said lands for ag ricultural purposes prior to Januarv 1,1906, and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands ac tually occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned bo low, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant Is nualitied to make home stead enty and the preference right Is exercised prior to June 2, 1914, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. A tract of 157.60 acres, within what will probably be when surveyed Sec. 1. T. 18 S. R., 42 E*, described as follows: Beginning at corner No. 1, a granite rock marked FSMH 1, whence the northwest corner of Sec. 6. T. 13 8., R. 48 E., bears N. 1 chain: extending thence S, 78.60 chs. ; thence W 20 chs,; thence N. 79 chs.; thence E. 20 chs., to the place of begin ning, listed upon the application of Charles Derrlcott, Liberty, Idaho; List 4-1283. Mar. 4, 1614. C. M. BRUCE, Asst, Commis sioner of the General Land Office. 8 27 6t Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern district of Idaho, In the matter of N. C. Bourne, voluntary bankrupt, in Bank ruptcy. To the Creditors of N. C. Bourne: Notice is hereby given that on the twelfth day of February, 1814, the said N. C. Bourne was duly odjucated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my of fice in Modtpelier, in said district, on the twen ty-first day of April, 1814, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which time the creditors may at tend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex amine the Bankrupt, and transact such other busines4 as may properly come before said meeting. EDWIN L. McCLAVE, Referee in Bankruptcy. 8 27 2t Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho. March 14. 1814, Notice Is hereby given that Maurice Tippets, of Georgetown, Bear Lake County. Idaho, who, on May 18th, 1807, made Homestead Entry, lal 03071, No. 11736, for SWH, WH 8EH, section 18, Township 11 south. Range 44 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notloe of Intention to make Five Year final Proof, to establish elaim to the land above described, before G. Spong berg, U. S. Commissioner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on the 2nd day of May 1914. Claimant names as wltuesses: Thomas McCammon, Arthur H. Smith, Har rison Tippets and James Crane, all of George, town, Bear Lake county, Idaho. HENRY 8 20 6t W. KIEFER, Register. Notice for Publication. Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 11 a. m. on the 13th day of April, 1914. at Montpelier, County of Bear Lake, State of Idaho, before G. Spongberg Ü. S. Commissioner, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial fifth cubic feet per second of the waters of Crow Creek and Allemau Spring, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 8159 heretofore Issued by the State Engiueer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice address of the person or corporation bolding said permit Abraham Alfeman, Bern, Bear Lake County, Idaho. 2. The use to which said water has been ap plied is Irrigation and Culinary. 8. The amount applied to beneficial 81-6 second feet. 4. The place where said water is used Is (if for irrigation, give full and accurate description of the lands irrigated, S* X A Sec. 15, Tp. 10 S., R, 45 E. Boise Meridian. 6. The right to lake water from such works is based upon Permit No. 8158* 5. The name of the canal of ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of 7. The water is of three and one use is in AHeinuti ditch No. 1 and 2. of supply from which said is Crow Creek and AUeman * gtnfMe dl veiled Spring. \ 8. The date of Che priority which said user is prepared to establish Is March 27th, 1912. F. P. KING, 3 13 4t State Engineer, Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Febru ary 21,1914. Notice is hereby given that James Dunn, of Paris, Idaho, who on March 27. 1811, made Homestead entry. No. 08988, for NW* NWW Section 29, SW* SW* Section 20. EH SE*, Section 19. Township H South, Range 44 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Three Year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Smith Huge, U. S. Commissioner, at Paris, Idaho, on the I4ih day of April, 1814. Claimant names as witnesses: James G. Crane, of Montpelier, Idaho, J. G. Merrill, of Bennington, Idaho, Jesse Dunn, of Georgetown, Idaho, and W. W. Clark. <»f Georgetown, Idaho. HENRY W. KIEFER, Register. 2 27 61 Can You Doubt It? When the Proof Can Be So Easily Investigated. Wheii so many grateful citizens of Montpelier testify to benefit derived from Doan's Kidney Fills can you doubt the evidence? The proof is not far away-Mt is almost at yonr door. Read what a resident of Montpelier says about Doan's kidney Pills. Can you demand more convincing testimony. Mrs. A. Tubbs, Front St., Montpelier Idaho, says: "Four years ago I was in bad shape with kidney trouble and was hardly able to get around. I had pain and weakness in my back. Doan's Kidney Pills improved my health won derfully and I feel grateful to them. I advise their use to all kidney suffer ers. You may continue publishing the endorsement I have given Doan's Kid ney Pills before. " Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Tubbs had. Forter-Milburp Co. Props. Buffalo, N. Y. Baby Chicks. Single Comb White Leghorn hahy chicks delivered at your home at 10 cents each. Place your orders early. Mrs. Nephi Skinner, Nounan. Idaho. Alias Summons. In the district court of the Fifth Judicial Dis trict of the State of Idaho, in aud for the Coun* ty of Bear Lake. Loreuzo Bacon, plaintiff, James H. Bacon, trustee for Damon Q. Tunnicliff; Dainon G. Tunnicliff, Jones, as ex-sh^riff of Bear Lake Co. _ A. Bugley and John Doe, as unknown owner, defendants. The State of Idaho to James H. Bacon, Trustee for Damon G. Tunnicliff; Damon G. Tnnnieliff; Joseph Jones, as ex-sheriff of Bear Lake Co. ; -John A. Bugley and John Doe as unknown owner. *Tn the name of the people of the State of Ida ho: You are hereby notified that a complaint against you, a copy of which is attached hereto, has been filed in the office of the clerk of the District court of the Fifth Judicial District çf Idaho, in and for Bear Lake County, in an ac« tion to quiet title in and to the following de scribed property : Begin at the NE corner of he North West quarter of the North East quar ter of Section 18, Township. 11 8.. R. 44 E. B. M., and running thence S. 80 rods; thence W 8 rods; thence NW to a point 32 rod» direct ly west of the place of beginning* thence east 82 rods to the place of beginning, containing 10 acres. Also begin at apoint 10.14 chains N., 89 degrees and 45 minutes W from the SE cor ner of Section 7, Twp. 11 S., R 44 E., B. M., running thence N 26 degrees and 20 minutes, W 6.80 chains; thence S 72 dpgrees; W 16 chains; thence S 26 degrees and 80 minutes; E 4.84 chains^ thence 8 88 degrees and 45 min utes; E 17.15 chains to the place of beginning, containing 10 acres. And that unless you appear and answer said complaint within twenty days after service heroof, if served within said judicial district, and within forty days If served elsewhere, ex clusive of the day of service, plaintiff judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint, towlt: a clear title to above described land. In testimony whereof, I H. H. Broomhead clerk of said district court, have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court at Paris, Idaho, this 24th day of March, 1814. H. H. BROOMHEAD, Clerk of the district court. JESSE P. RICH, attorney for plaintiff, P O Address: Paris, Idaho. 3 27 6t i oseph John will take SEAL : in iffi inn 'V\/\A U.-Jl v I : ; i 111 ill II : ; I / £ © /* 1/ Protect Your Children's Eyes T HE greatest desire of parents is to see their child ren well nourished, strong and healthy—physically well equipped to make a sdccess of life. Yet, how many parents are there who endeavor to protect that most important sense of all—the eyesight of their children by providing the most suitable light for the study hours? Modem methods of schooling and the necessity for completing their primary education at an early age im poses a severe tax on the eyes during the growing period of life. In many cases this strain weakens the eyes, or results in loss of sight simply because the little ones are compelled to study under a poor or improper light Edison Mazda Lamps now afford the most suitable electric light to study by as well as for general home use, and furnish it at minimum cost Give your children the benefit, of this light. We will be glad to advise you as to the most beneficial way to u:e Edison Mazda Lamps. UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO. Montpelier Employment Agency. Kli Nika has established an em ployment agency in Montpelier and is prepared to furnish men for sheep growers, ranchers, railroad graders, or any other class of work. Address Montpelier, Idaho, or phone 236. Land for Sale or Lease. I will lease for one year, or will sell on terms and long payments all or part of my 625-acre farm at Beckwith station on the Oregon Short Line. I think this is as good land as there is in Bear River Valley, and right on the railroad. About 60 acres in alfalfa, and about 350 acres plowed and ready for spring planting. Plenty of water from a new canal, Here is a chance to get a good tagm and let it pay forit sefT For further particulars write to O. T. Pap worth, Afton, Wyo. SHERIFFS SALE Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the District court of the Fifth judicial dirtrict of the Slate of Idaho, in and for the county of Bear Lake, in an action wherein the First National Bank of Montpelier, Idaho, a corporation, was plaintiff, and the Montpelier Creamery company, limited, a corporation, defendant, upon a judgment rendered on the 24th day of February, 1914, in favor of said plain tiff and against said defendant, for the emu of $156.80 and $2.30 costs, current lawful money of the United States, with interest and costs, I have this day levied upon all right, title, elaim, and interest of said defendant in and to the following described real property, to wit: Commencing ut apoint 30H feet north and 60 feet west from the south east corner of section 33, township 12 south, Range 44 East Boise Meridian, running thence west 264 feet; thence north 165 feet; thence east 264 feet; thence south 165 feet to the place of be ginning, containing one acre of land, more or less; and Dotice is hereby given that I will on the 28th day of March, 1914, at 11 o'clock a. in. of said day, in front of the Montpelier Creamery building, about one-fourth mile north of Montpelier, sell at public sale for current lawfnl money of the United States of America, all the right, title, claim, and interest of said defendant in and to the above described property, or so mneb thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, and accruing costs, to the highest bidder. Dated this 6th day of March, 1914. 4-6-4t Chris Olson, Sheriff. THE VIN6ENT FURN. GO. Undertaking & Embalming a Specialty Licensed Embalmer Phone^b riontpelier. House Phone 8a Idaho Ashley & Cooley Hospital MONTPELIER, Office hours—10 to 12: 2 to 4; 7 to 9 Montpelier office at hospital Paris office, Dr. Cooley's residence Montpelier Phones 169 and 68 Paris Phone 28 All calls given prompt attention IDAHO H. H. KING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgeon O. S. L. Ry. |Offlce over First National Bank Office Phone 109 Residence Phone 115 Montpelier, Idaho Makes Perfect Icings You can heat and re-heat Utifh You can boil it. Make icings for your fruit sal ad with Utah-Idaho Sugar; they will be perfect. "Utah-Idaho 1 Idaho Sugar. There's never a trace of scum. is the sugar high class caterer's use for their superb creations. Please try it. Learn, as thou sands of others have, what a per fect sugar "Utah-Idaho" is. It dissolves quickly; it jells firmly. Produced by an improved pro cess which eliminates all need of bleaching. V I Any grocer will supply you. 7TT ■ HuHHS 9. Y, :■ UTATHBAHfl I best! \F 0 R ALLS \USES/ % _—._ B—m... A The Full Scuttle OAk of coal is just as import ant in its way as the full dinner pail, but it is best to have a full bin in the celler. We have the best grades of Diamond Lump for the household, fur nace, stove or range. Thoroughly screened And clean. , — — — — «. Wh KYI-; \ FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED MONTPELIER COAL AND LUMBER CO. Wi A :^ J| i 17Â Kf.vfe " ; _ RESOLVED That we have to Blow OUR, OWN HORN. WE HAVE Cor THE ÖOOBS To BLOW ABOUT AND we AR-f Proud of it WE BIDN'TCETOUR.' Fine Stock by an a cciden t we knew What to Bt/Y. m ■ ! b A ■ I ITIJ.JUJTAJ EAJY FOR ONE FIRM To : TALK" AS IT ]S FOR ANOTHER, BUT WHEN IT COME J TO BACKING UP OUR «STATEMENTS WE ARE "THERE WITH THE GOODS." WE HAVE A KNOWLEDGE OF HOW To CONDUCT OUR eJEWFLRY BUSINESS FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR PATRONS AND WHAT OUR PATRONS ARE APT TO REQUIRE. WE INTEND TO STAY RIGHT HERE AT THE OLD STAND, AND WE KNOW THE BEST WAY To Do IT IS To GIVE HONEST PEOPLE HONEST VALUE FOR THEIR HONEST MONEY,-WHICH WE ARE DOING. Goodman & Christman i OREGON SHORT LINE WATCH INSPECTORS First National Bank Building; THE HOME OF QUALITY 6R0GERIES I w tocti □ WE L Are Always At YOUR Beck and Command For Edible Eatables—The Quality Kind REMEMBER THIS When The Pangs of Hunger Assail You ? 60 to a SPONGBERG Dr, Q. T. SMITH Dentist Parlors over Riter Bros' Store Office H i: • to 12 end 1 to 4 Dr. D. J. SU1TON Modern Methods of Dentistry Parlor* in Brennan A Davi* Bldg Office Hour*: 9 to i* si,di t« I