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The unusually cool weather which has pre vailed this season has left us with more sum mer goods on hand than we should have at this time. But real summer weather is now here and we are able to supply you with Hot Weather Apparel at very low prices, as we do not wish to car ry any of our summer goods over until next If you are going camping we can summer. also fit you out with the kind of apparel that you need. Mose Lewis Department Store Montpelier and Logan Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Selz Shoes, John B. Stetson Hats THE BENCH AND POLITICS Take this question the Democrats raised at St. Louis about the bench and politics. Is it a slam at Alton B. Parker, who, while chief justice of the New York court of appeals, made and won his campaign for his party's nomination for president? was openly groomed by David B. Hill, one of the foremost Democratic poli ticians of his day. Is it a slam at James A. O'Gorman, who was taken from thé bench where he was serving with honor, trans ferred to the senate, where he has been and now is serving with great distinction? not popular in administrative cir cles. And he Senator O'Gorman is Is it a slam at the memory of Ste phen J. Field, who, while a justice of the supreme court, made a cam paign for tlie Democratic nomination for president, supplied funds to his lieutenants in the matters of organi zation, and, wearing his black silk gown, watched all proceedings taken in his name? There was never the slightest secret about the Field boom. And, coming to the present mo ment, take this from a St. Louis news story: ''The vanguard of the Illinois dele gation arrived here 100 strong, in cluding 30 judges' of the circuit, su perior and municipal courts of Chi cago and Cook county. They declar ed themselves 100 per cent for Roger Sullivan for vice president." Are these ministers of justice, while on this vacation—political, let us call it—to be affronted in such fashion, rebuked and driven back home? Tut, tut! as prominent golf ers say. But most striking and pointed of all is this a slam at Senator James, who was the permanent chairman of the convention? He was the con trolling spirit at the recent Demo cratic state convention held In Ken tucky, which selected for chairman of the state committee a circuit Judge, who accepted the place and still oc cupies and will continue to occupy his seat on the bench. Moreover, this selection, it is understood, is the in itial step toward making that judge the next Democratic candidate for governor. With its color Uiub established by the record, what sort of campaign based on the "color scheme"—as they say in society—may the Democratic pot be expected to make against- the Republican kettle? With such a text, what sort of speeches may Judge Parker, Senator O'Gorman, and Sena tor James be expected to make when the campaign opens, and voters crowd up close to the stands to hear why they should vote against Hughes and for Wilson? How will those FROM TETON FOREST "Jack eliminated three spellbinders deliver the party message and preserve the gravity? How will they differentiate between the supreme court and other high courts? That the Democratic of fenses have been "such little ones?" —Washington Star. LANDS ELIMINATED Ogden, July 6.—On June 30th the president, upon the recommendation of the secretary of agriculture, issued a proclamation eliminating approx imately 21,77 5 acres from the Teton National forest, Wyoming. These lands lie at an elevation of approximately 7,000 feet, and are located on either side of the Snake river in the region known as son Hole." The lands ROLLED OATS If you always remember to say "Sl'NRIPE" when ordering Rolled Oats, you'll never be disappointed. You'll not forget tills name, after you have once tasted if OATS ■ ■■ Without exception, these big, mel low, appetizing oats win favor with every user. Children niid grown-ups .are delighted with their exceptional flavor. No cerlul affords more wholesome food values. If you have not served them In your home, do so ut once. •rolled OATS** '8UNRIPK" Instant the real health beverage. All grocers sell ducts. Koffe-et is Try "»UNRIPE" pro •CONTAINS THE STRENGTH OF THE HILLS." can. Utah Cereal Food Co* OGDEN, UTAH along the west side of Snake river comprise in part an area desired for Carey act purposes by C. G. Carlisle,, who applied through tne state of Wyoming for their elimination from the Teton forest. The lands elimi nated on the east side of the river were similarly applied for by the Teton Irrigation company, areas eliminated do not conform exactly to the applications under the Carey act in either instance, since it has been necessary to draw the new boundary line in some instances with reference to other factors, such as the soil classification, timber condi tions, and administrative conveni ence. The Practically no timber of mer chantable size or quality is involved. The agricultural lauds d > not lie in one body, but are scattered in large and small tracts throughout •he areas eliminated, the tillable tracts being separated by areas of rough and stony land. O. 8. L. TO CONSTRUCT ' BRANCH TO IDAHOME Idahome Idaho, July U -Ihr people of this section are enthusias tic over the prospects of railroad fa cllities, which according to the an nouncement made by the officials of the O. S. L. railroad are to bo avail able In time to haul of. the season's grain crop. This announcement was made some weeks ago and Monday a surveying ciew appeared and com menced platting a new townsite at this point, which according to the announcement, is to be the terminus of the road. The surveyors are in the employ of the Idahome Townsite company which filed articles of in corporation with the county record er last Saturday. The incorporators are I. B. Perrlne of Twin Falls, L. G. Bradley of Burley and H. E. Babcock of Idahome. The capital stock of the new company is $20,000 and is fully subscribed according to the papers filed. Mr. Bradley, who is the I manager of the company said: ' will lose no time In getting the new ■ actlve 'We town into shape for we have positive assurances that the work of com pleting the line will be pushed rapidly as possible. We have a num ber of merchants and business insti tutions that are crowding us to fur nish locations as they want to get their stock in and be on «the ground floor. There will be several business houses in operatioh even in advance of the completion of the road. They rgard the trading possibilities of the new town so great that they will haui in their stocks to be on hand. The building of the branch as far as Idahome will mean a great devel as opment for this .section of the coun try. It will place within reach of the market one of the largest and rich est dry farm sections In Idaho, and the new town will at once assume a prominent place as a grain shipping center. Aside from the dry farm ing country to be served by the branch there is a large area of well new watered and highly improved lands along Raft river and Cassia creeks that wil1 now be 'wltfcln reach of the rnilroa(1 - There is still more vacant land to be filed upon and some filings to be purchased for a Bmall . BUmf and a , arge nuraber of people to the country now that a raUroad to be avallable to haul their to market come crops L. G. Bradley was at one time editor of the Montpelier Examiner, and is well known in this section of Idaho. • <'oustiputlon and Indigestion. "I have used Chamberlain's Tab lets and must say they are the best I I have ever used for constipation and indigestion. My wife also used them for indigestion and they did her a great deal of good," writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington, N. C. Cham berlain's Tablets are mild and tie in their action. Give them a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the agreeable laxative effect which they produce, where.. gen Obtainable every Subscribe tor the Examiner. »f-'i h-. 3 *\ % than the plain tread styles of several other standard makes. When you buy a Fisk Non-Skid you get the best tire on the market for a price that is reasonable and right—the mileage returns this year are better than ever. Compare These Prices on Fisk Grey Non-Skid Casings 3 x 30 . . 10.40 4\ x 35 . . 31.20 3| x 30 . . 13.40 4i x 36 . . 31.55 4 x 33 . . 22.00 5 x 37 . . 37.30 and remember that besides Fisk Quality there is Fisk FREE service at more than 125 Direct Branches. -/ 4* / LA G © A as Fisk Tires For Sale By All Dealers The Fisk Rubber Company of N.Y. ✓ 1 Chicopee Falls, Mass. Fisk Branches In More Than 125 Cities General Offices: AN ACT OF KINDNESS A Montpelier Resident Speaks Public ly for the Benefit of Mont pelier People. If you have suffered tortures from kidney trouble. • Had experimented with different remedies without relief, If you were finally cured through a friend's suggestion— Wouldn't you be grateful? The following statement has been given under such circumstances Mrs. Irving has used Doan's Kid ney. Pills. She publicly tells of the benefit she has received. Her's is a simple act of kindness to Montpelier sufferers. No need to experiment with such convincing evidence at hand. Mrs. Irving speaks from experience You can rely on what she teils you. Mrs. Samuel Irving, Washington St., Montpelier says: "I have given Doan'g Kidney Pills a good trial and have found that they are all that is claimed for them. I suffered a great deal with my back and it seemed that I would never get relief. Kidney Pills had done another of the family a great deal of good and I de cided to try them, system almost at once, driving away the pain and weakness and improving my health." Price 50c, at all dealers, simply ask for a kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Irving had. Foster-Milburn Co., j Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Doan's They acted on my Don't get NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR SALE OF BONDS Notice is hereby given, that the f Board of Trustees of School District No. 22 of Bear Lake county, Idaho, j known as South Nounan School Dis- j trict, will receive sealed bids up to 12 ; -j'clock (noon) on Saturday the 29th I day of July, 1916, for the negotiable j coupon bonds of said district in the I sum of $6,500.00, dated, June 1st, j 1916 and due June 1st, 1936, redeem- j able at the option of said school dis- j trict at the expiration of ten years J from the date thereof, bearing inter- | MnUira "j?e r n nu m ° p a y a*bl e° s e m*i -an nually on the 1st day of June and the 1 1st day of December each year. j Bids for the said bonds will be , opened at the school house in said i school district on Saturday the 2 9th ! day of July, 1916, at the hour of; two o'clock p. m. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All bids for said bonds must be ! sealed and addressed to -W. Morgan ; Williams, Clerk of Board of Trustees, | Nounan, Idaho, and marked "Bids for ' Bonds." Dated June 23rd, 1916. W. MORGAN WILLIAMS Clerk of Board of Trustees of j School District No. 22 of Bear Lake ! county, Idaho. ■ I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and | Diarrhoea Remedy ■ Every family without exception should keep this preparation at hand during the hot weather of the sum mer months. Chamberlain's Colic, 1 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many times its cost when need ed and is almost certain to be needed before the summer lu over. It has no superior for the purposes for which it is intended. Buy It now. Obtain able everywhere. ✓ THE COMFORTS ,-OF LIFE He who spends as he earns is destined to toil continually for life's necessities. Fate smiles upon the man who looks ahead — who lays aside regularly a part of his earning. An important step on the high road to success is the opening of a bank account, time. Now is the We cordially welcome new depositors. BANK OF MONTPELIER INCORPORATED 1891 G. C. GRAY, PRESIDENT RICHARD GROO. CASHIER Pocket Billiards Mr. Good Shooter! Have you tried those new pock et billiard tables in the billiard parlor that lias been opened in the basement of the bank of Montpelier building? If you haven't you had surely better take an evening off and try them. The cushions are "really alive" and everything is bright. The most courteous treatment extended to all. S. R. Tunks, Proprietor A • ddo »i*j DtSALtlKS 1*N — — # . H SL\ f Graiil, FlOUT aiKl Fee<3 f-| , ao . c on 4 \/ OQ | 1 10^5 cUlU V Cul • KEHMERER, ROCK SPRINGS AND UTAH COAL Williams & Hess Seneca Stock and Poultry Food PHONES: Office 129-w Warehouse i2Q-j Do You Want the Best Butter and Cheeae, Then Ask for MAID O'CLOVER BUTTER AND MAID O'CLOVER CHEESE Manufactured by the ■ Mutual Creamery Company The Montpelier Examiner Guarantees Satisfactory Butter Wrapper Service at a very reasonable Price. One trial will Convince You. Telephone No. 39.