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VALVATION OF STATE
SHOWS 444 MILLIONS.
Lut Friday tHe state auditor com- ■
pleted the compilation ol the assess- ■
ment rolls of the various counties in *
the state, and the totals show that g
Idaho's assessed valuation for 1917 ■
is $444,867,675. This is an increase ■
over 191« of $29,829,478.
The following table shows the to- g
tal valuation for the state, as divided ■
among the respective counties:
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. . ,$ 36,074,430 £
. .. 4.9pl,617 g
. .. 30,064,196 f
8,066,689
. .. 9,484,372
. .. 13,226,131 ;■
6.390.073 ■
. .. 8,806,711 jg
. .. 16,781,623 !g
. .. 14,657,469
6,641,231 '
. .. 18,718,640 |5
9,482,001 |g
9,767,649 ■
4,163,797 ■
. .. 9,864,646 g
6,938,908 ■
... 13,810,475 ■
3,971,444 g
1 M 4 M 28 ■
6,886!?69 ■
... 18,167,4*3 g
... 20,461,389 ■
6,222,010 ■
8,353.742 ■
. .. 7,969,706 g
6,668,813 ■
2.703,859
2.823.073
6,156.468
... 4,994,419 ■
6.707,348 ■
... 16,705,406 g
6,276,605 ■
6,538.376 ■
9,452,866 ■
29.904,264 g
2,796,340 ■
_ 22.007,912 ■
9,2 12,819 ■
Ada
Adams.
Bannock ....
Bear Lake ..
■ Benewah
Bingham ....
Blaine .
Boise.
Bonner .,...
Bonneville ...
Boundary ...
Canyon .
Cassia..
Clearwater .,
Custer.
Elmore .
Franklin ....
Fremont ....
Gem.
Gooding ....
Idaho .
Jefferson ....
Kootenai ....
Latah ......
Lemhi ......
Lewis.
Lincoln .
Madison ....
Butte.
Camas.
Payette .
' Valley .
Minidoka ....
Ne* Pei-ce ..,
Oneida.
Owyhee.
Power ..
Shoshone ...
Teton.
Twin Falla ..
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GERMAN ALIEN ENEMIES
IN U. S. MUST REGISTER.
Among the regulations for the reg
istration of German alien enemies in
the United States during the first
week of February, are the following:
All German males of the age of 14
years and upward are required ty
register. Notice of time and place of
registration will be^given by nubliea
tion in newspapers. %
The affidavit of each registrant
must be accompanied by four un
mounted photographs, signed across
the face so as not to obscure the "fea
tures, and the finger prints of each
registrant shall be taken.
Between 10 and 16 days after reg
istration each alien enemy must
again appear before his registration
officer to obtain a registration card,
which will bear his name and his
left thumb print. This card must be
carried by the registrant for future
identification.
An alien enemy who changes his
place of residence to another place
within the same registration district
must at once report the change to
the registration officer. No alien ene
my shall move out of the district
without a permit. Application for a
permit must be made upon a form
furnished by the Department of Jus
tice, giving full particulars as to date,
reason for change, and intended place
of residence.
In St. Louis county (Mo..) 260
electric household ranges are in use.
Increase Your
Property Values
Yon* know, folks judge
you and your pläce by
the class of improve
ments put up.
Then make that class a
good one—not by put
ting up a lot of expen
sive buildings—but what
you do build—build sub
stantially — and keep
them in shape.
Our lumber for barns, sheds,
hog houses, is good—it looks
good, too. And " Customers
Aid" helps you use it right.
GEM STATE LUMBER CO
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Because —It uses so little fuel.
—It bakes so quickly and easily.
—It saves the cost of an extra
heating stove.
Cole's High Oven Range
(Patented)
It saves the expense of an extra heating stove. This re
markable range will oomfortably heat an extra room .
L beside the kitchen and cook the family meals, too. A
ML In tall and spring it takes the chill off the whole house and Æê
saves several months' fuel bills of an extravagant
heating plant. A warm kitchen in the morning—no JËÿMÏÏ
BHHW B wk niwr« f rosen pipes—cooks braaklast on the little JËÊBÊËmÊ
J \ fuel put In the night before. It'a Mother'»
V. Choice because it will cut your cost ©f
living — S o It today.
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THE EXAMINER IS NOW $2.00 THE YEAR
THE LOAFERS AND
' KKH AMI
THE WORK TO BE DONE
Idaho's loafers and idlers should be
put to work. The man who is loafing |
around the pool halls and card rooms, '
wasting his time, should be made to,
see the error of his ways and if he j
does not voluntarily get to work he j
should be made to work. When the
nation is at war, no man's time is his
own. It belongs to the government,
If the government can conscript the
young men—the very flower of the
country—for military service, it can
conscript the idler as well. This
should apply to the rich loafer as
well as to the ordinary vagrant.
If there is no state law to reach this
class which is not contributing to the
nation's needs, the first act of the leg
islature, in the event It is called into
special session, should be to*place one
op the statute books. It should have
real ''teeth" in it and be similar in
that respect to the criminal syndical
ism and sabotage laws. Lacking
such a law stringent vagrancy ordi-'
naqces should be passed by munici
palities to deal with the loafer until
the legislature can act. Power should
also be vested in some recognised au
thority to close the doors of pool
halls and card rooms where it is
found they harbor, from day to day,
the idle.
There are hundreds of able-bodied
men frequenting these places of j
amusement without a care on their !
minds. Most of them are either un- j
der or over the conscription ages, j
! while they idle, the farms and indus- ;
tries of the state cry for assistance. A
cen8US of the men *" Idah0 8hou * d
speedily determine who are, and who |
are not, usefully employed. It should
be taken, and the state council of de
fense will probably see that it is.
Lack) of labor is one of the big, seri
0 U 8 problems before Idaho. It is an
issue that must be solved. Putting
the loafers to work is one way of do
(ng so. Idaho can legislate the power
to conscript them. It should do so
without hesitation.
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Electrical manufacturing offers
abundant opportunities for'blind and
crippled soldiers.
The Schenectady plant of the Gen
oral Electric Company subscribed for
nearly $1,600,000 worth of the sec
ond Liberty bonds.
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THIS IS CERTAIN.
The Proof That Montpelier Readers
Cannot Deny.
What could furnish stronger evi
dence of the efficiency of any remedy
j than the test of time Thousands of
people testify that Doan's Kidney
Pilla have brought lasting results.
Home endorsement should prove!
! undoubtedly the merit of this rem- j
edy. Years ago your friends antV
neighbors testified to the relief they j
had derived from the use of Doan's
Kidney Pillsc. They now confirm
their testimonials. They sav time has j
completed the test. j
Mrs. Byron Nelson, Eleventh St.,
Montpelier, gave the following state- !
ment June 16, 1910: "I have taken !
Doan's Kidney Pills with very good i
results. When I have had pains and !
weakness in my back or other kidney
trouble, I have found them fine."
Gone For Good.
On October 1, 1917, Mrs. Nelson
sai: "I haven't needed a kidney rem
edy for a long time because Doan's
Kidney Pills cured me. I have just
as much faith in them as ever."
at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Nelson had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Price 60c,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Jan.
12. 1918:
Notice is hereby given that John
S. Morgan, of Liberty, Idaho, who,
on April 14, 1913, made Homestead
Entry No. 013963, for SE'14 SE14
Section 28, E% NE%, NE)4 SE>4
Section 38, Township 12 South,
Range 43 East, Boise Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
three-year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
M. B. Cherry-, U. S. Commissioner, at
his office in Montpelier. Idaho, on the
26th day of February, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Samuel W. Matthews. Jess-*
Murray,, William E. Poulsen, Alonzo |
H. Matthews, all of Liberty, Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
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Department of the Interior, U. 8. ;
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Dec. !
1, 1917.
Notice is hereby given that Alma|
L. Eschler, of Raymond, Idaho, who.
on April 8 , 1911, made Homestead i
Entry No. 010067, and additional
Homestead Entry No. 020897, on
October 11, 1915, for SE14 SW*4;
Lots 6 and 7, Section 6 and Lot 1 j
Section 7; NW14 SE14; SW% NB%;iEntry,
SE*4 NW%; Lot 5 Section 6 , Town-,
ship 13 South, Range 46 East, Boise
Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tlon to make five-year Proof, to es
tabiish claim to the land above de- ,
scribe^, before M. B. Cherry, United
States commissioner, at Montpelier,
Tdaho, on the 14th day of January,
1918
Claimant names as witnesses:
John G. Eschler. of Raymond, Ida
ho, Louis Kunz, of Bern. Idaho, |
Christian Teuscher, of Geneva. Ida
ho, and Louis Eschler of Bern, Idaho,
J. T. CARRUTH, j
Register.,
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HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
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FRUITS AND VEGETABLES '
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Edwin L. MeClave
W. H. Smith
If You Want to Buy a
HOME
a farm or a iot to build on, we have some
that are very cheap and some that can be
had on very easy terms. WHY PAY
RENT.
We sell Life, Health and Accident, Fire
and Automobile Insurance, that is relia
ble.
We have money to loan on irrigated or
part irrigated land at 8 per cent, no com
mission charged.
Invest in real estate and see it grow in
value. Montpelier is the place to invest.
Buy insurance and let the other fellow
worry. "Come in and talk it over and see
if we can't save you some money.
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LAND & ABSTRACT CO.
Notice of Proof of Completion of
Works and Application of Water
to Beneficial Use.
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Notice is hereby given that at ten
o'clock A. M., on the twenty-sixth day
of January, 1918, at the City of Mont
pelier, County of Bear Lake, State of
Idaho, before E. L. MeClave, a Notary
Public, proof will be submitted of the
completion of works for the diversion
of the equivalent of three thousand
(3000) cubic feet per second, contin
uous flow, (1) from Bear River,
the equivalent of twenty-five hundred
(2500) cubic feet per second, contin
uous flow ; ( 2 ) from Bear Lake, the
equivalent of three hundred (300)
cubic feet per second, continuous
flow 1 (3) from North or Mud Lake,
the equivalent of two hundred (200)
cubic feet per second, continuous
Sow, and of the application to benefi
cial UBe of sâid water in accordance
with the terms and conditions of Per
mit No. 8962 (amended), heretofore
issued by the State Engineer of the
State of Idaho,
1. The name and postofflee ad
dress of the corporation holding said
Permit Is Utah Power & Light Com
pany, a corporation of Maine, with
postoffice address in the State of Ida
ho at Grace, Bannock County, Idaho.
2. Said works of diversion will be
fully completed on the date set for
for such completion, and the amount
of water which said works are capable
of conducting to the place of use, in
accordance with the plans accompan
ying the application for such Permit,
is the equivalent of three thousand
(3000) cubic feet per second, contin
uous flow.
4 The places where said water is
are (a) at Bear and North or
Mud Lakes in Bear Lake County, Ida
ho; and (b) at a point on Bear River,
j n Bannock County, Idaho, N. 41 de
grees 0 min. W. one thousand eight
hundred forty (1840) feet from the
quarter section corner on the south
boundary line of Section Twenty-one,
Township Ten South. Range Forty
East. B. B. & M.; and also at another
point on Bear River, in said Bannqpk
County, Idaho, which is S. 74 degrees
oi min. E, three thousand one hun
Mc-!,tred seventy-tree (3173) feet from
| the
The use to which said water
has been applied is for power purpos
8.
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southwest corner of Section
Twenty-three. Township Thirteen
South, Range Forty East, B. B. & M.
5. The date of priority which said
user is prepared to establish is 11:20
A. M., September 11, 1912.
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J. H. SMITH,
State Engineer.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interor, U. S.
i Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Dec.
15 , 1917 .
Notice is hereby given that John O. |
Miller, of Pegram, Idaho, who, on
j April 29, 19hi, made Desert Land
NB%;iEntry, No. 010174, for the SE)4 NW
V4, E% SWH, Sec. 30; NE *4 NWt4.
Sec. 31, Township 14 South. Range
-|46 East, Boise Meridian has filed no
tice of intention -to make final proof
, by purchase under Act of March 4,
1915. to establish claim to the land
above described, before M. B. Cherry,
u. s. Commissioner, at his office in
iMontpelier. Idaho, on the 28th day
'.or January. 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
| James T. Nelson, Abraham M. Hill.
William Caldwell and Lionel D. Lang
ford, all of Pegram. Idaho.
j J. T. CARRUTH,
12-2 l- 6 t Register.
are now passing.
Prefers Chamberlains'
"In the course of a conversation
with Chamberlain Medicine Co.'s
representative today, we had occasion
to discuss in a general way the mer
its of their different preparations.
At his suggestion I take pleasure in
expressing my estimation of Cham
berlain's'Cough Remedy. I have a
family of six children and have used
this remedy in my home for years.
I consider it the only cough remedy
on the market, as I have tried nearly
all kinds.''—-Earl C. Ross, Publisher
Hamilton County Republican-NewB,
Syracuse, Kan.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that, the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Nevada-Hawthorne Copper M»»i
ing company will be held on Wednes
day, Feb. 20, 1918, at 7-30 o'clock
p. m. at the office of tlie company in
Mose Lewis' store in Montpelier, Ida
ho, for the purpose of electing direc
tors for the ensuing year, and trans
acting any other business that may
come bqfore the inaetfng.
CARL G. SPONUBRIM},
Acting Secretary.
Order to Show Cause on Application
of Guardian ror Order of Sale
of Real Estate.
In the Probate Court of the Coun
ty of Bear Lake, State of Idaho.
In the matter of the Estate and
Guardianship of Robert E. McDon
ald, minor.
On reading and filing the petition
of Annie McDonald, the guardian of
the person and estate of Robert E.
McDonald, minor, praying for an
der of sale of certain real estate be
longing to her said ward, for the
uses and purposes therein set forth:
It is hereby ordered, that the next
of kin of the said ward, and all per
sons interested in the said estate,
appear before this Court on Satur
day, the 9th day of February, 19 i 8,
at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Court
Room of this court, at the court
house in Paris, County of Bear Laue,
then and there to show cause why an
order should not he granted for the
sale of such estate:
And it is further ordered, that a
copy of this order he published at,
least four consecutive weeks before
the said-day of hearing, in the Mont
pelier Examiner, a newspaper printed
and published in said County of Bear
Lake.
Dated January 8th, 1918.
E. J. HADDOCK.
Probate Judge.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U S
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho Dec
| 1. 1917.
Notice is hereby given that Fred
rick G. Bateman, of Montpelier
Idaho, who, on April 17th 1915'
made Additional Homestead Entry'
No. 018135, for E^ NE »4, Section
10, Township 13 South, Range 44
East; Boise Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make Three year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before M. B. Cherrv
United States Commissioner, at Mont
pelier, Idaho on the 22nd day of
January. 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses
Jesse A. Perkins, Victor Hanson
James Kinnersley and William Hir
schi, all of Montpelier Idaho
J. T. CARR.TH *
12-7-6L Register.

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