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ERTY LOAN DRIVE IS ON Last week Will H. Hays issued the following statement to all republican state, district and county chairmen, and to republican workers throughout out the nation : The mission of America is about to be accomplished. American soldiers in France are at this moment demonstrating to the world the reason for America and the stuff of which this Republic is made. Their complete success and the con sequent eternal establishment every-. where in the world of the integrity ot American rights, interests and honor and the right of men to govern them selves, are all assured with the proper performance of the plainest duty of the citizenry at home. The Fourth Liberty Loan is our next objective. There is no geography, political or physical, in the patriotism of this country. Democrats and republicans alike love their flag and are ready to die for it. We continually insist for all parties that the war be kept out of partisan politics and that partisanship be kept out of the war. Just as in congress the republicans led the fight that made possible the passage ot the great war measures, so now the party membership and or ganization has an immediate, definite war task in the accomplishment of which it can fully function. I repeat, let there be no contest in this country as to anything that touches the war except that contest—who best can serve, who most can can give. The success of the Fourth Liberty Loan shall be the republican party's supreme motif thought and action until that objective is attained. Wherever republicans are together, by two or two thousand, it shall be wln-the-war meeting. Just as the re publican party's every action at all times has been and shall be determin ed solely by how we can contribute most to the war's success, so now our every thought and action shall be de termined entirely by how we can make certain the quick over-subscrip tion of the Fourth Liberty Loan. This is a united country's next mes sage to Germany. The entire republican organization in every voting precinct in this coun try shall be a fighting force in this Liberty Loan drive. This is the republican organiza tion's business. This is the real business of every man, woman and child in America. "Every thing else is chores." ABOUT *300,000 OF LAMBS TO MARKET The car question still is disconcert ing shippers from Lincoln county points this week, but a number sheepmen will manage to get their spring lambs off to market this week. The LaBarge Livestock company ; > < > J ; ,, < > J ] , » • > J ' <> 1 ' * . . > ; i > • » * ; , , ■ , _ - THE TRUTH ABOUT CANDY How Much Candy Should We Eat? Whmrm Shall Wo Stop to Stay Within thm Bound* of Patriotism? it »» That's a question which puzzles many of us. Wa all knew that we must "go easy" on sugar, as It Is our duty ba conserve. And candy contains some sugar. So how can wa know how much to eat? In tha first place, we must not forget that our system needs aoma •agar, and this tha Food Administration recognizes. Wa must remember, too, that soma people like their sugar In ooffee, some in fruit, and some In other ways. If you like yours In the form of candy, eat some caudy—as much as the Food Administra tion permits ; a certain share Is yours—one pound per month. The Food Administration is keeping in close touch with the ■ugar situation and allotting the candy manufacturers as much as it can see its way dear to allot. Everyone Is being asked te save on sugar; the candy manufac turers have been nsked to save half of all they formerly used. But that which la bslng given them Is being given them because (he Food Administration recognises candy as a food and Is willing to permit It to be made and sold. It also knows that the candy making Industry is a big national Industry', and that It is the duty of everyone fro help keep Industries going at home at the same time that we are winning toe war. So th* candy manufacturers are permitted to make a certain amount of candy and offer it for sale to you. But toe Food Admin istration says hew much that shall lie. When toe sugar allotted the manufacturers is used up no more can be had. Bo you may know that the candy you aee on aale Is there with the permission and tha sanction of tha Food Administration. And you can enjoy that candy to the fullest. While you eat it or send it away to a soldier (If you prefer), you will know that every pound is high In food value—good, wholesome food, supplying the system with carbohydrates (fuel lor (he body). —la Manual th aw tha cub Indutrr aus anb 1% of tha aod ui »»Ha la thla «aantry. Sight asw this The Candy Manufacturers of Utah and Idaho. t Best Baking Success is experienced when "Cres cent" is used to raise the dough. It ha* 20 per cent greater leavening strength and is double acting. All Grocers Sell it. 28o a lb. (B-221 ) r#i l/i has loaded out 40 cars of lamb« from Opal this week, the value of which ta estimated at something between $125 000 and $130,000. James Jamieson and the Quealey Sheep company yes terday were ready to load out 17 cars each at the local yards. , Salmon Bros, expect to make an other shipment of about 10 care be fore the week is over, and Mary Bar rett also will ship this number of cars. E. J. Brandley of Oranger ex pects to load out about eight cars the first of next week. The value of the above shipments is estimated at over $300,000.-—Ham merer Republican. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept. 28. 1918. Notice is hereby given that David ! Buhler, of Bern, Idaho, who, on Sep tember 10th, 1915, made Homestead Entry, No. 020993, for W% SE %, S! EYt SEW Section 12; NEW NEW,! Section 13, Township 12 South, Range; 43 East, Boise Meridian, has filed no-1 tice of intention to make Final Three- j Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before M. B. i Cherry, United States Commissioner, i at Montpelier, Idaho, on the 13th day I of November, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Christian Buhler, Jr., George Alle Peter AUeman and Ezra L. man, Kunz, all of Bern, Idaho. J. T. Carruth, Register. 10-4-6t ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fifth I Judicial District of the State of Ida-| ho, in and for the County of Bear ] Lake. Thomas L. Glenn, plaintiff, vs. James Little, defendant. The State of Idaho sends greeting to James Little, the above named de fendant. You are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you In the District Court of the Fifth Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Bear Lake j by the above named plaintiff, and you , are hereby directed to appear and I answer said complaint within twenty ] days of the service of this Summons ' if served within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served else where; and you are further notified that unless you appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take Judg ment against you as prayed in said complaint. This suit is brought to quiet title to lot No. 5 in block No. 4 in Huff's addition to the city of Mont pelier, in the County of Bear Lake and State of Idaho. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 19th day of Sëptember 1918 9-27-Bt. H. H. BROOMHEAD, (Seal) Clerk. Thomas L .Glenn, Att'y. for Plaintiff. 1 P. O. Address: Montpelier, Idaho, j MONTPELIER CC^AL & Lumber Co. WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF Building Material DIAM CANir FENCE POSTS SEWER PIPE OND COAL ON COAL ] Phone 7W. Prompt Delivery ♦ ] I . ; I ; ! I ] ! ! ; j ' • Department of the Interior, V. B. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Sept, 14, 1918. NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that Wil liam J. Ream, of Dingle, Idaho, who, on June 2nd, 1914, made Homestead Entry, No. 017372, for SW NEW, NWW NEW. SEW nww. NEW 8WW NW SEW, sew SEW, Section 8, Township 15 South, Range 46 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before M. B. Cher ry, United States Commissioner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on the 30th day of October, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Edward F. Klbby, of Montpelier, Idaho, and Roy Lyons, Edwin C. Cook and James Oakey, ot Dingle, Idaho. 9-20-6t TT ~ 7 at BlackIoot . Idaho, > i _... _ ^ th ^a 1 , VA' 52?#'J2.w ^E^SectlonVh- NWW °" W NEW, SEW Section 1 a, NW W (4. Section 39, Twp 13 ♦ 3 East Boise Meridian, ha. filed notice of Intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the * and ab "T®, t d ?" ''f ' r? Cb ?T ry ' U ?. ited T , 8tate * at : Montpelier, Idaho, on the 23rd day Claimant names as wtnesses: 0r8 °" 0sc ^T p - Park «r, of Ovid, Idaho, Mel vln Passey, of Paris, Idaho, and Irvin Paa8ey - of Ovid, Idaho. 0 , 9 .... J ' T ' CAR ReJl«tar »'I 3 ' 8 !" Register. J. T. CARRUTH. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fifth Ju dclal District, State of Idaho, In and for Bear Lake County. Sidney Stevens Implement Company, Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. John agley, John R. Brennan, James S. Holland, Fanny Holland, his wife, and the Unknown Heirs and Devi sees of Samuel J. Rich, deceased, the Unknown Heirs and Devisees of Cyrus E. Wheeland, deceased, the Unknown Heirs and Devisees of Jacob Jones and Anne Jones, his wife, deceased, the Unknown Heirs and Devisees of Sidney Stevens, de ceased, Defendants. The State of Idaho sends greetings, <>ito>"John Bagley, John R. Brennan, James 8. Holland, Fanny Holland, his wife, and the unknown heirs and de vlsees of Samuel J. Rich, deceased, the unknown heirs amf devisees of Cyrus E. Wheeland, deceased, the un known heirs and devisees of Jacob Jones and Anne Jones, his wife, de ceased, the unknown heirs and de visses of Sidney Stevens, deceased, ;the above named defendants: You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fifth Judi clal District of the State of Idaho, In and for the county of Bear Lake, bv the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, It served within said Judi cial District, and within forty days if served elsewhere; and you are furth er notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against yon as prayed in said complaint. This action is brought tor the pur pose of quieting title to that certain tract or parcel of land described as follows, and to-wit: Commencing at the southeast cor ner of lot two In block three of the Jones addition or sub-division to the City of Montpelier, Idaho, and run ning thence north 166.6 feet, more or Hess, to alley; thence east along the south boundary line of said alley 190.8 feet, more or less, to Sixth ,street; thence south 166.6 feet, more or less, to Washington street; thence west »long the north boundary line of Washington street 190.8 feet, more or lees, to place of beginning, contain ing 81,787 square feet, more or lees. Witness my hand and the seal of th esald District Court, this 29th day of August, 1918. (Seal) D. C. Hunts. Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Addr H. H. BROOMHEAD, Clerk. 8-30-6t : Montpelier, Idaho. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. By Thomas. A JOINT RESOLUTION. Declaring the necessity for calling a convention to revise or amend the Constitution of the State of Idaho; recommending to the elector« of said State to vote at the next gen eral election for or against a con vent ion. and prescribing the mode of snbmtting such questions to the electors. Whereas, Important changea have taken place In the social and economic life of the people ot Idaho during the twenty-seven years that have elapsed since thfe adoption ot the present Constitution, which changes have made it necessary to already add twenty-four Amendments to such Constitution, at constantly increasing demand for many additional amendments, the ef fect of which is to create conflicting provisions and uncertainties in the fundamental law; Therefore, be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Idaho: Section 1. That it is deemed nec essary to call a convention to revise or amend the Constitution of the State of Idaho. eat cost, with a Section 2. That It Is hereby recom mended to the Electors of said State, to vote at the ncjxt general election, to be held on Tuesday succeeding the first Monday in November, 1918, for or against a convention for such a purpose. Section 3. There shall be submit ted to the Electors, In the manner provided by law for the submission of "Other Questions" the question ''shall there be I1 convention to re vise or amend the Constitution?" Section 4. There shall be printed on the official ballot provided tor such purpose, the question "shall there be a convention to revise or amend the constitution?" And, on the line below such question, the words, "Conatitu ional Conventon"— "Yes," and, on the next line below, the words "Constitutional Conven tion"—"No." Tpe voter may place a cross (X), within one of the circles provided on the ballot opposiite said questions, and thereby he votes. Section 5. Tl)at the Secretary of State is hereby authorized to make publication of this resolution in each County of the State for at least six consecutive weeks prior to the next general election, In not less than one newspaper of general circulation pub »shed in each county. Passed the House Februarfy 15, 1917, Passed the Senate March, 1917. SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 4 . By Shepherd. A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing amendment of Section 4 „ of Article 12 of the Constitution of the State of I to the electors of the State for their rejection or approval the question of whether said section shall be so amended as to permit counties and municipalities to be come stockholders in and give fi nancial aid to fair associations not organized for pecuniary profit. Be it resolved by the Legislature >t the State of Idaho: Section 1. That Section 4, Article ! 2 of the Constitution of the State of .daho be amended to read as follows: Article 12, Sec. 4. No count.y town, city or other municipal corpor ation, by vote ojr Its citizens or oth erwise, shall ever become a stock holder in, * * * or raise money for, or make donation or loan its credit lo, or in aid of, ? * * any Joint stock company, corporation or association, other than fair associations not or ganized for pecuniary profit. But cities and towns may contract indebt edness for school, water, sanitary and illuminating purposes. Provided, that any city or town contracting such In debtedness shall own its own Just pro portion of the pi-operty thus created, and receive front any income arising therefrom, its proportion to the whole amount s<> invested. Section 2. the question to be submitted to the electors of the State of Idaho at the fiext general election shall be as follows, to-wit: Shall Article 12, Section 4, of the Constitution of the State be so amen ded as to permit counties and munic ipalities to hecOme stockholders In and give financial aid to fair associa tions not orgaiiized for pecuniary profit? Section 3. Tile Secretary of State is hereby authorized to make publi cation of this proposed constitutional amendment in saeh county once a week for six consecutive weeks prior to the next general election. In a newspaper of general circulation pub lished in each county. Passed the Senate Feb. 7, 1917. Passed the Hopse Feb. 19, 1917. o, and submitting SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tor. State Treasurer, and Attorney General, each of whom shall hold his office for two years be ginning on the first Monday ln Jan uary next after his election, except aa otherwise provided in this Const! tutlon. The officers of the executive department, excepting toe Ueuten-jby I By Committee on Education. A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing am amendment to Section 1, Article 4 of toe State Constitu tion, abolishing the office of the State Superintendent of Publie In struction. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Idaho: Section 1. Tfiat Section 1, Arti cle 4 of the Comititutlon of the 8tate of Idaho be amended to read as fol lows: Section 1. Tie executive depart ment shall conuist of a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, State Audi ED. C. RICH l HIGH GRAPE GROCERIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I W. H. Smith Edwin L. McClave If You Want to Buy a HOME a farm or a lot to build on, we have some that are very cheap and some that can be had on very easy terms. WHY PAY RENT. We Bell 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 vaine. 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 GO terms of office, reside at the seat of government, where they shall keep the public records, books and papers, They shall perform such duties as are prescribed by the Constitution and as may be prescribed by law. Section 2. submtted to a vote of the people at the next general election shall be as follows: "Shall Section 1, Article 4'of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended so as to abolish the office of Superintendent of Public Instruc tion?" Section S. The Secretary of State shall cause publication of this pro posed consctitutlonal amendment to be made once a week for six consec utive weeks prior to the next general election in not less than one news paper of general circulation publish ed In each county. Passed the Senate Feb. 21, 1917. Passed the House March 10, 1917. ant Governor, shall, during their The question to be SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lO. By PeMibone and Randall. A JOINT RESOLUTION. To amend Section 1 of Article 8 of the Constitution of the State of Idaho and to submit to the electors of toe State of Idaho, for their re jection or approval, an amendment to Section 1, Article 8, of the Con stitution of the State of Idaho, lim iting the Indebtedness that might be incurred to the sum of one per centum upon the assessed valua tion of toe taxable property In the State. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Idaho: Section 1. That Section 1 of Ar ticle 8 of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended to read follows: Section 1. „. , , , no. in „„„ m Th<î Le * is,atur e 8ba « debt. iJhml C n ea K, e .,f. ny debt A r or liabilities, which ÄÄrdeV^VtirOtort at toe date of its admission as a State, and exclusive of debts or liabil ities incurred subsequent to January 1, 1911, for the purpose of complet ing the construction and furnishing of the State Capitol Building at Boise Idaho, exceed the sum of one per P centum upon the assessed value of the taxable property in the State ex cept in case of war to repel an inva sion or suppress an Insurrection un less the same shall be authorized by law for some single object or work to be distinctly specified therein which law shall provide ways and means, exclusive of loans for pay ment of the Interest of such debt or liability, as it falls due and also'for the payment and discharge of the principal of such debt, or liability withta twenty (20) years of the time of the contracting thereof and shall be irrepealabie until the prin cipal and interest thereon shall he paid and discharged. But no such law shall take effect, until at a gen eral election it shall have been sub mitted to the people, and shall have received a majority of all the votes cast for and against it at such elec tion; and all moneys raised by the authority of such laws, shall be ap plied only to specified objects there in stated, or to. the payment of th^j debt thereby created, and such law shall be published in at least newspaper In each county, or city, 1 and county, if one be published there in, throughout the State for three 'months next preceding the election « which it is submitted to the peo pie. The Legislature may at any time after the approval of auch law, the people, it no debts shall have as one been contracted in the pursuance thereof, repeal the same. Section 2. The question to be sub mitted to the electors of the State of Idaho at the next general election shall be as follows, to-wit: "Shall Section 1, Article 8, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho, be amended so as to limit the bonded indebtedness of the State, exclusive of the debt of the territory at the date of its admission as a State, and exclu sive of debts and ItabiUties incurred subsequent to January 1, 1911, for the purpose of the construction and fur nishing of the State Capitol at Boise, Idaho, to a sum not greater than one per centum upon the assessed value of the taxable property In the state?" Section 3. The Secretary of State is hereby authorized to make publica tion of this constitutional amend ment, in each county of the State for at least six (6) consecutive weeks prior to the next general election in not less than one (1) newspaper of the general circulation published in such county. Passed the Senate March 3, 1917. Passed the House March 7, 1917. HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 8 . By Committee on Agriculture and Horticulture. A JOINT RESOLUTION. Proposing an Amendment to Section 4 of Article II of the Constitution of the State of Idaho; submitting to the electors of said State for their rejection or approval toe question whether Section 4 of Ar ticle II of the Constitution of the State of Idaho relating to the man ner of voting for the election of di rectors or managers of incorporat ed companies shall be amended so as to eliminate co-operative asso ciations from the provisions of said section. Be it resolved by the House of Representtaivea of the State of Idaho, the Senate concurring: ****<>» »■ That 8ection 4 Ar - of. 1 ? II , °/. th« Constitution o f the 8ta î e Idabo be amended to read as o -? W8: . - . , , . 8e f. t o " 4 : Tb ® Legislature shall P r0T ' de by that ,n al * elections for dl ™> ct «>»- 8 «r managers of lncor P orated companies, except co-opera «je asaoctaUons, every stockholder 8haU have tho riRht to vote per I 80n or by proly for the number of 8hares stock owned by him for as many Persons as there are directors or mana B« ra to be elected, or to cu mulate " id »hares, and give one can dldate as many votes as the number of Sectors, multiplied by the num ber ot bls »hare» of stock, shall equal. or to ««»tribute them on the same P«"clple among as many candidates aB be shall think fit, and such di rectOT "hall not be elected in any other manner. Section 2. The question to be 8Ub mitted to the electors of the State ot Idaho at the next general election 8ba11 be as follows: Shall Section 4 of Article II of the Constitution of the State ot Idaho be 80 amended as to provide that co-op «rative associations shall not be gov erned by the provisions of said Sec tion relating to the manner of vot *ng for Directors or Managers of in corporated companies? Section 3. The Secretary of State Is hereby authorized to make publica tion ot this constitutional amendment In each county of the 8tate for at least six consecutive weeks prior to the next general election in not leas than one newspaper of general circu lation published In each county. Passed the House Feb.J, 19^hto Passed the Senate Feb fit, lSTTT