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MONTPELIER EXAMINER
Published Every Friday
t . K. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager
Montpelier, Idaho, Feb. 16, 1818.
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STAKE PRESIDENCY VISITED
OOKEVILLE LAST SUNDAY.
The Stake Presidency visited Coke
vilio last Sunday and attended the
suuuay school meeting In the morn
lug and the regular evening services.
Members of the presidency on their
return to Montpelier spoke In en
thusiastic terms of the progress that
the work was making in the Wyoming
town, and attributed great credit to
Presiding Elder Parley Bennlon for
his splendid work. Both the morn
ing and evening meetings were well
attended and were remarkable for
the spirit of unity and earnestness
with which they were received.
COUNCIL ADVERTISES FOR
BIDS FOR SEWER BONDS
The City Council met last night at
8 o'clock with all the members pres
ent xecept Councilman Davis, Mayor
Sneddon presiding.
The regular routine business was
quickly disposed of and bills allowed
with the exception of bill of City En
gineer Robert Birch, which was laid
aside, proof of the work having been
done not having been submitted to
the council. An amusing tilt took
place between the mayor and council
and Mr. Trowbridge of the light com
pany over discounts on bills for light
ing the fire station and pver a charge
made by the company for thawing out
a pipe that didn't have any water in
it. These matters were amicably dis
posed of, Mr. Trowbridge also making
an allowance to the city of 16.60 for
time that street lights were ont dur
ing the .months of November and De
cember.
Next the matter of sewer bonds
was taken up. City Treasurer Hull
reported that cash had been received
on assessments In the sum of $12,
974.41. The total assessment for the
sewer amounted to $49,018.29, leav
ing $36,043.88 for which bonds will
be sold, and City Clerk Barrett was
instructed to advertise for bids on
sewer bonds in this amount, which
advertisement appears In this Issue of
the Examiner.
Engineer Riley then addressed the
council, stating that he had made a
comprehensive examination of the
sewer system and had found same to
be In perfect working condition, that
all flush tanks, etc., were in proper
shape and operating satisfactorily,
and that he favored the acceptance of
the sewer under the contract. A
lengthy discussion, however was In
dulged In over a considerable amount
of extra work done aside from tbe
contract by Messrs. Parrott ft Chris
toffersen. This In the main was for
concrete work under the Short Line
railay tracks and for work of the
same nature at the intake and bulk
head at the river, and the argument
was for the purpose of determining
a proper and reasonable price
that should be made for this
work by the city. Mr. Parrott, of the
contracting Arm, claimed that $12.00
a yard for this work was a fair remu
neration, which was strenuously op
posed by Mayor Sneddon and mem
bers of the council, who were of tbe
opinion after a short review of the
probable cost of the work that $9.00
per yard was a good price. After
some discussion Contractor Parrott
offered to "split the difference," but
this offer was unanimously rejected,
and Mr. Parrott was instructed by the
council to submit Itemized bitls for
all extra work due by the city, so that
a fair settlement might be arrived at.
The council then voted to advance
Parrott ft Christoffersen $6,000 out
of funds now In hand on account of
amount due for construction of the
sewer, and City Clerk Barrett was in
structed to issue warrant in accord
ance. The council also voted to ad
vance $100 to Engineer Riley on ac
count of work done. Council then ad
journed.
STUDEBAKER
Superior in Elegance, Durability,
Comfort and Economy
The Car for People of Discrimination
On Display in Montpelier
18 Series DeLuxe Model 50 HP 6 Cylinder
18 Series DeLuxe Model 40 HP 4 Cylinder
Demonstrations of this wonderful Car gladly given.
Cars on display at Sidney Stevens Implement Co.
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D. M. GALLAFENT
DISTRIBUTOR
Idaho
Montpelier,
GEORGETOWN NOTES.
Feb. 14.— August
Georgetown,
Schmid end family were visitors at
.he home of William Thornton the
,>ast week.
Veneta Hoff spent the past week
.vith her sister, Mrs. H. C. Daniels of
Montpelier.
Ted Pinckney, who bas been 111
with smallpox, is reported to be get
ting along fine. There are no more
.:ases so far.
Lealie Stewart la up from Soda
.springs for a few days visiting with
friends.
Charles Rhodeback, who has been
nome on a week's furlough, returned
to Camp Kearney on Thursday.
The drama presented by the Ninth
grade on Wednesday night was well
attended and met with great success.
The proceeds went for the benefit of
the school library. •
WATER ASSESSMENTS DUB.
All assessments in the Montpelier
Irrigation company must be paid on
or before Feb. 20, 1918. Assessments
remaining unpaid after that date will
be advertised.
F. M. WINTERS,
Secretary.
Bids are requested for doing tbe
herding for the Caribou Cattlemens'
Association for the season of 1918.
See J. W. Cook, President, or G. C.
Gray, Secretary.
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HOME MISSION.
APPOINTMENTS.
Sunday, February Mth.
Dingle—J. 8. Robinson, D. O. Ste
phens.
Montpelier, find Ward—David C.
Runs, Lorenzo 8w
Bern— Hyrum Oakey, Ole Swensen, j
Alton—Samuel W. Hart.
Montpelier Srd Ward—Edgar M.
Lindsay, Wm. Perkins.
Geneva— F. M. Winters, David
Lewis.
Raymond. — Samuel Humphreys,
Chas. P. Keeteh'. I
Nounan.—C. ft.
Wright.
Wardboro—Geo, T. Smith, C. L.
French.
Ookeville—Wilford W. Clark. Al
ma Hayes.
Montpelier 1st Wajrd— F. W. Boehme,
A. Hirschi.
Bennington—State Presidency.
Georgetown—Jchn Black, J. W.
Jones.
Stake Priesthood meeting will be
held in the Second Ward meeting
house on Saturday^ February 23rd, at
11 a. m.
The High Council of Montpelier
Stake will meet a; the Second Ward
meeting house at 11 a. m. Monday,
February 18 th.
Pearce, Silas
Spring and Summer
Styles
men's clothing
Some class to
and fabrics for
now on display,
the dash of our styles—some snap
to our big variety of the newest
patterns. You'll like the charac
ter of the workmanship, Every
order strictly cut and tailored to
measure. Speedy service always.
Brennan & Davis
ESTRAY NOTICE.
I have in my possession one 6-year
old brown mare, branded JY com
bined on left shoulder. Unless sootier
claimed by owner I will sell above de
scribed animal at public auction at
my place In Geneva, Idaho, at one
o'clock p. m. on Monday, March 11,
1918.
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LAWRENCE GLASSBROOK,
Constable.
ESTRAY NOTICE.
I have In my possession one brindle
dohorned 2-year-old steer, white spot
in forehead, some white on belly,
bush of tail white and white spots on
right hip; branded circle N on left
hip, under bit and two slits in right
oar.
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Unless sooner claimed by owner
I will sell tbe above described ani
mal at public auction at my place in
Georgetown, Idaho, at 2 o'clock p. m.
on Saturday, February 23, 1918.
HYRUM NELSON,
Marshal.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From my place In Bern a 2-year
, old light bay mare; small white jippt
I in forehead, no brand. A reward of
$10 will be given for return of the
mare to George Allerman, Bern, Id^,
Notice of Sale of Bonds of Local Sew
erage Improvement District No.
1 In the City of Montpelier,
Bear Lake County, Idaho.
Notice Is hereby given by the May
or and City Council of the City oC
Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho,
that it will receive bids for Local Sew
erage Improvement district bonds Is
sued in th'e name of said city, partic
ularly described as follows, to-wit:
Said issue of bonds is for the prin
cipal sum of $36,043.88 bearing date
February 1, 1918, payable in ten gn
; nual Installments, with interest at the
of six per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually on the first days of
February and August, interest and
principal payable at the office of the
City Treasurer, Montpelier, Idaho, or
at thé National Bank of Commerce in
New York City, New York. Skid
bonds wer£ authorized to be issued
and sold under the provisions of Or
dinance No. 170 of said city, passed
by the City Council on the 6th day of
December, 1917, and approved by
the Mayor on the same day. The
funds to be derived from tbe sale of
said bonds shall be used for tbe pur
purpoee of paying the contractor for
constructing and installing sewer in
i Local Sewerage Improvement Dis
I trict No. 1 of said city. Bids should
: be addressed to the City Clerk of the
I City of Montpelier, Bear Lake Coun
! ty, Idaho, and should be accompanied
; by a certified check representing five
j per cent ef the amount of bid as earn
est of bidders' Intention to make con
: tract taking said bonde on approval
of proceedings. The Mayor and Coun
j cil reserve the right to reject any and
i all bids. Said bids will be received
jat the hour of Eight o'clock P. M. of
I the 8th day of March, 1918.
» Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, Febru
jary 14th, 1918.
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THOMAS BARRETT,
City Clerk.
Notice of Teachers' Examination.
A special examination for all
grades of teachers' certificate« will be
' held In tbe county court house Feb
ruary 21. 22, 23, 1918, commencing
I at 8:30 a. m. All teachers of tbe
' county not holding Idaho certificates
must report on above dates for exam
ination. S. H. SPENCER,
County Supt. of Schools.
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