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* < 4 A ■RESOLVED THAT We Will be pleased T o Have you Come: W AND SEE. OUR (JOOD GROCERIES AND OUR, Complete aiTocK., "WE ARE JUSTLY PROUD, For, WE'VE Cot the goods YOU WILL PROFIT BY BUYING YOUR GRO CERIES FROM US, BECAUSE YoU WILL NOT ONLY GET THE BEST FOOD IT IS POSSIBLE TO FIND, AT THE LOWEST PRICES IT IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE, BUT ALSO BECAUSE YOU WILL FIND MANY GOODIES IN OUR STORE WHICH YOU CANNOT GET ELSEWHERE IN TOWN. WE BUY GROCERIES IN BIG LoTS -THATS WHY WE SELL THEM FOR LITTLE PRICES. IS'* Carl Spongberg THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager Eutered at -the posloffioeln Montpelier, Idaho, as second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .$1.60 Six months, if paid in advance..-.. ,76 One year, in advance Montpelier, Idaho, June 18, 1916 Wm. J, Bryan can now con sider himself an honorary member of the down and out club, so far as politics are concerned, for simultaneously with his leave-taking from President Wilson's cabinet his political stuf sank forever be neath horizon. The Nampa Leader-Herald is of the opinion that Billy Bryan will find it much pleas an ter to receive the plaudits of the multitude and a goodly sum of sheckels than to be tied ! down to a desk performing the dull routine of work as secre tary of s tate. At the close of business for the week ending June 5, the government's expenditures had exceeded receipts to the amount of $129,733,634.11. The balance in the treasury was $16,457,498.70, as com pared with a balance of $136, 861, 995.94 on the same date i n 1913, before democratic revenue and appropriation laws had taken effect. \ The frequency of fatal auto Appropriate Clothes Win Respect A STREET car conductor could perform his duty without his uniform, but you'd looR at him twice before trusting hin> with your fare. The same priQcipte applies to tlje ordinary citizeQ and H>s clothes. r. Hirsh-Wick wire Co's. Garments Will reflect yoar positiort and *>igb staoding io this comnjunity. They were tailored for men who require clothes which io pattero, fit, style and workman ship give distinction to the wearer and en titles him to tbe respect of everyone. New summer models are now on extybitioo at our store. E. L. BURQOYNE AND SONS HW-CO mobile "accidents" prompts the Jerome News to ask, "Are we coming' to the exigency of prohibiting the manufacture and sale of cars capable of making more than a pre scribed maximum speed?" The News then proceeds to recite some of the laws which have been enacted in the in terest of public safety and for the preservation o f human lives, and it contends that not one of these death dealing agencies, which have been legislated against, is causing as many deaths today as the automobile. And the News is about right. Sb Andrew's Church (Episcopal.) Rev. F. M. Johnson, Jr. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning prayer at 11 o'clock. Sub ject—Speaking of God. Evening prayer at 8 . Subject— 'The Spirit of Power, Sunday, the 20th, is Salary Sunday, There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at 11 a. m. by Rev. A. C. Saunders of Pocatello. Everyone is cordially invited to at tend these services. ■ ' Remember the Saturday night dances at the pavilion; good mu sic. good floor and good order. We cater to the better class. Tickets 60c Check room free. H. A. WHITE CHIROPRACTOR and MECHENA-THERAP1ST Suite », Crulkshank Block Montpelier, Idaho CONSULTATION FREE Let the Nielsens Supply You With New Furniture You may choose here from the largest stocks at prices as low as arty— liberal credit, with eàay terms. Our great June clearanoe sale continues with unabat ed interest Our line of up to-date furniture is better today than it has been for the last twenty years, or sinoe this Urin commenced business 6 A few leaden; Potters best linoleum,Hoosier kitch en cabinet, Majestic cele brated steel range, Kiehl dining table. Smiths' Ax minister rugs, Ktndellastiu mattresses and several other items to numerous to men tion. It will he to your own interest as well as to ours to give us a call and see what we can do for you. Remember our liberal terms of oredit. TME NIBLSBN FURNITURE CO. A This Car to k Given Away September 10, 1915 To Person Having Highest Number of Votes Votes allowed at one cent each, with every Cash Purchase. No coupons given for less than 5 cts. Car is on exhibition in window of The Modern Drug Store Summer Excursions Elast Via Union Pacific System Very Low Rates to Denver Colorado Springs Kansas City St. Louis Memphis Omaha Chicago Minneapolis St. Paul And many other points from local points on the - Oregon Short Line. Sale Dates: May 22, 26, and 29; June 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 80; July 7, 14, 21, 26; August 4, 11, 18, 25; September 1, 8, 15. Limit, October 31, 1915. Stop-Overs; Diverse Routes Consult any O. S. L. Agent for rates and further details. r Remember the UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM is the Direct Route to all Point* East. THR0U6H CARS ST. CHARLES ROTES. St. Charles, Jane 15.—Miss Leone Rich of Star valley, a teacher in Afton high school, is renewing acquaintances and visiting friends here. Fred Windlay has reshingled and put new lumber on his house, and ie giving it a coat of paint, which will add iquch to its appearance. Henry MonBon's new floor mill, sec ond to none in The valley, ia tanking oat a first class product and Henry finds a ready market for all he can furnish. The following parties have recently returned from Salt Lake; Wm. Wil liamson and wife, Henry Monaon, Esther Linford, Mary Hnnt, Nora Cleveland, Geneva and Lenore Rich and Mand Williamson. Wm Keetch, Jr., a hnsky lad, ar rived Monday to assist bis father on his large dry farm north of town. "Oh what ia ao rare as a day ip Jane, providing you live near the velvety carpeted hills that lie west of ypn, and the beautiful Bear Lake on thé east. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and daugh ter, former residents of New Zealand, are drinking in the beauties of our valley and enjoying a reunion with »» Joe. Linford and wife, Louie Booth, John Sntton and other*. Wish the "pesky" automobile axent» from Montpelier-' would keep away from here Every tithe they come they leave'cars of «very conceivable-,size, price and style, until it's no longer safe for pedestrains to go on the street. While there ajre only a few of the lat ter, they don't want to be ran down by thé other fellow's oar. % , r Gr— Ity B «Refitted by -v r When you hevejt bilious attaok ynnr liver fails to perform it» function^, Ton become constipated. The food won eat ferments iu your stomach in stead of digesting. This inflames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible headache Take Chant b erlain a Tablets. They will tone np yuor liver, clean out your stomach and voe willjwqn he as well as ever. They only co*| a quarter. Obtainable every where. . ■ s ,.-. wl *, i. » . .. ■■ — We would be glad to, meet you in our n«w location, one block north of toe Bank of Montpelier.—Gaylord & Gaylord, chiropractor#. m. * il * <iàf Vacation Time m m ifi * s * * I Ü f Going Away? No matter where you go—to the city or the country—there are many little things ■ .... . ... which will be needed. In buying these items you should be very careful lest you spend more of your vacation money for them than you had in You really must have something come here—everything you will need on an out ing. You will appreciate the amount of money that you will save by buying your summer fur nishings of us. * i ê * % i * m * i * m 4 tended to. * i* m iftr m * * * Uif m m ill Brennan & Davis * Idaho * Hi * Hi Hi Montpelier, Hi Hi V Hi Hi * **• Chamberlain'. Colic, Chol.ra and Di arrhoea Remedy This is a remedy that every family should be provided with, and especially during the summer months. Think of the pain and suffering that must be en dured when medicine must be sent for or before relief can be obtained. Ask anyone w'bo has used it. Obtainable everywhere. Free Photos! See the offer of- the Fourth of July Committee concern ing the Free Photos to be taken at our Studio. If you are the winners, come between the hours of 1 and 3 p. m. on July 5th. Quality Photographs, Ko daks and Supplies. THE RINEHART STUDIO "Kodak Stor." IDAHO MONTPELIER, it mm fin fi. That is what every one wants es pecially in the matter of things to eat When you buy your food stuffs from the Montpelier Royal Bakery you get variety—and besides every thing is pure and wholesome. Then too, you are patronizing borne indus try—that means you are helping to build a bigger and better Montpelier. This alone is quite an item to con sider. Give us a trial. The Royal Bakery 4 INNING E i k 53 sei Plumbing ai team Heating When You Figure Up your expenses, you won't have \o add" in two or thiVe repqirffibiUe - for the same job if we did ^gur-tinning. ^ Tinning we do ia done right. .* It'e our business j» use the best mater ials aad do it exactly right. Tbats wbat you pay ns for. Try ua and get your money's worth. WILLIAM PENDREY D- FOLLICK Dealer in Native Lumber Orden Filled on Short Notice Dimemion Stuff a Specialty Phon« 199 Riter Says: Our stock of leather goods is com plete—Ladies hand bags, coin purse, card cases, bill books and traveling cases. Reduçed Prices for One Week See Our Window RITER BROS. DRUG CO. THE REXAU. STORE we Bun cream 4 and Sell Cream Separators Mutual Creamery Go. (Successors to Jensen Creamery Co. Montpelier, Idaho AKERa Und THE VINGENTFURN. 60 Undertaking k Embalming a Specialty Licensed Embalmer Phone 58 Montpelier House Phone 8» Idahr Restoration to Entry of Lands in National Forent. Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 300 acres, within the Cache National Forest, Idaho, will be subject to seule ment and entry under the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the rot of June II. 1906,84 Stat , 288, at the United States land office at Blackfoot, Idaho on Julv 20.1915 Anv sett]« who was actually and to good faith claiming any of said lands for agri. cultural purposes prior to Jammrv 1, 1906. and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for Wie lands ac'ual ly occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mentioned below. Who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant is qualified to make homestead en try and toe preference right la exercised prior to July 20.1915. on which date the lands wilt_ subject to settlement and entry by anv qualified -person. The lands are as follows: The NWR SW*. that»« NEWSWW, theS* BWq Sec 2*. «TO NWW-Sec. 32, T. 10 8.. R. 42 E.. H. M . H» acres, listed without applicant.; List 4-1636 ' May 8,1915 D. K PARROTT, Acting Assistant Commissioner of the General Land Office. be lfottcc for Publication Department of the Interior .,?91? L " d 00108 " Maho, June ' Notice la hereby riven that James A A crane, of Montpelier, Idaho, who. on November Sud, 1911, made Homestead Bntrr. No otiina lorSWH NWq Sections»: EHNE>a Section an! Township 11 South, Ranee «Vet Boise Men' dian, has filed notice ot intention to make three vear Proof^o rstahHsh gain, to the lanWS^ described, before M. B Cherry D. s Commis JtXv* r i«to "''"•P®""' Ida *°- 00 ">• 2*nd day of raàtnmnt H names a* witnesses: James G Crane, of Montpelier. Idaho. David H. PerktmC of Benalnctoa. Idaho. Jesse Dunn and Willi.— 1 Dunn, both of Georretown. Idaho. JOSEPH T. OARRUTH, ALIAS SUMMONS In the Dlstrlot court of the Fifth Judicial dis trict of the State of Idaho, In and for the Coun ty of Bear Lake. Alice Derrloott, Plaintiff n Joalah Derrloott, Defendant The State of Idaho aends greeting to Jostah Derrloott, the above named defendant. Yon are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you in the District court of the Firth Judicial district of the State of Idaho In and for the oonntyof Bear Lake by the above named plaintiff praying for a dissolution of the bond, of matrimony between plaintiff and de fendant and for custody of their children, and yon are hereby directed to appear and answer said complslnt within twenty days of the ser vice of this summons if served within said Judi cial district, and within forty day, if served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take Judgment for the relief demanded In said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said District court, this tilth day of June, 1916. H. H BROOMHKAD. Clerk. THOMAS L. GLENN. Att'y for Plaintiff. P. O. Address: Montpelier, Idaho. « 18 Notice for Publication. Department, of the Interior II. S. Land Office at Blaokloot, Idaho, May 5 , 191». Notice ia hereby given that John D Noblltt, the legal assignee oi Tho« J. Tydings, the le gal assignee of Nanay A. Barton, widow of Thompson Barton, deceased, beneficiary, whose postoffice address Is CokevUlfi, Wyoming, bas this Bth day of May, 1915, filed In this office his application to enter, under sections 2806.7 R. S-, the lot 8, section 36. Township 16 south, range 46 Rast, Boise Meridian. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described or desiring to objeol, because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to the applicant, should file their affidavits of protest In this -or before the 18th day of July, 1916. First Publication May a, 19(6. Last publication June 26,1915. JOSEPH T. OARRUTH, . « Register. «dice on CaO for Bids for School Building. Sealed proposals will be received by Jones, clerk of the board of education of No 1, at Montpelier, Bear Lake county, laano, np to 8 o'clock p. m. Thursday, June 24th, 1915. for the erection and completion of the proposed six-room grade-school building, according lo tho plans and specifications prepared by Boyer A Rogers, architects. Pocatello, Idaho. Plans may lie obtained from the clerk of the board at Mont pelier upon the deposit of a cheek for 115. drawn to the order of the board of education of Mont, pelier, Idaho; or from the architects at Pocatel lo, Idaho. Checks will be refunded when plans are returned, A certified check equal In amount to five per oei ! of the bid must aocompanv each old, made payable io the board of education of District No 1, Montpelier, Idaho. Said checks to be re-w turned when proposal* have been duly considft ered,except too successful bidder's rieck. which' will be returned when he qualifies according to the terms of this call for bids. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a surety bond equal In amount to fifty per oent of his bid, for the faithful performance of the work according to the plans, specifications and terms of the contract in J. ' JNO. J. JONES. Clerk Board oflducH Department of to. Interior United States Land Office. BUekfoot, Idabo May 5,1915. Notice la hereby given that John D. Noblltt. the levai assignee ol Charles Dtuxlo. aasiznae of William Alexander. beneSclarj, whose post office address Is Ookevtlle. W tontine, has this »th dar of Mar. 1915 filed to tbit office his ap plication to enter, under sections 2JBS.Ï R. 8 . WKSWg, Section SB, NEW S*M section 27. township IS south, rature 46 eut, Boise Meridian. Any and all persona cla'znlne adversely the lands described or deal ritt? to object, beeaune of the mineral character of the lead, or for ani other reason, to the disposal to the applicant, should file their affidavits of protest to tola of See on or before the Utb dev of Jtrij. IMS. First Publication Ma y 21. lfilt. Lut Publication June«. 1U5 JOSEPH T. CAJUUTH, '