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MONTPELIER EXAMINER
Published Every Friday
Ç. B. WRIGHT, Editor and Proprietor
Montpelier, Friday, May 16, 1919
ORGANIZED BASK BALL
TEAM AT FAX CONCLAVE
About twenty-five tans met at the
Utah Power A Light Co.'a office last
night and organized a baseball club
for Montpelier. Sam Tunics was elect
ed temporary manager, and L. C.
Norris secretary-treasurer,
captain will be elected by the play
ers.
The discussion of a league to take
in Kemmerer, Dlamondville, Coke
ville, Soda SpringB, Bancroft, Grace
and McCammon was also taken up,
and a committee composed of Chris
Olson and A. A. Vealey was appoint
ed to confer with those towns. They
will leave Sunday for Kemmerer.
where a team has already been or
ganized in an attempt to line up the
coal mining cities for the league.
The question of Wednesday after
noon baseball was also taken up. Pe
titions are now going the rounds for
Wednesday afternoon closing, and
the club's representatives will get the
sentiment of the other towns in the
proposed league on the week-day
baseball as there seems to be quite a
sentiment about Sunday baseball.
The following prospective players
were mentioned at the meeting an'd
Manager Tunks requests that all oth
er ball players in the city make
known their ability by appearing for
the first practice to be held Monday
evening at 6:30 on the old baseball
grounds.
Henry Smith, Joe Jackson, Tom
Hartman, Emory Mullca, Grant Sta
ley, Lee Wedel, Carl Spongberg, Lee
Downing, Herb Pugmire, E. B. Tay
lor, Mark Lehrbas, Otto Brobecker,
Ross Garrison, T. G. Sharp, A. A.
Vealey, Harry Meskimen, A1 Thiel,
Matt Sousa, George Schoper, Morris
Day, Eebe Tunks, H. E. Blair. W. B.
Trowbridge and Tod Toomer.
A meeting of all committee chair
men for the Fourth of July celebra
tion will be held In Dr. Roskclley's
office Thursday night, at which time
an estimate of all committee expens
es should be handed in to Chairman
Tunks.
A field
Those named Included:
AGED 8T. CHARLES MAN
GOES TO HIS LONG REST.
St. Charles, May 15.—Daniel W.
Hunt of St. Charles, died at his home
Wednesday morning of ailments su
perinduced by old age.
was 79 years of age, and was a pion
eer of Salt Lake and this county. He
was unmarried, and lived with his
Mr. Hunt
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VULCANIZING AND HALF SOLING TIKES
MONTPELIER. PHONE 130
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the bird with the red head and the green tail.
The sign of excellence in toilet preparations.
Talc JONTEEL—soft as satin, delicately perfum
ed.
JONTEEL Combination Cream—isn't sticky and
isn't greasy—it fairly melts into the skin to soften,
heal and beautify, and it is a perfect foundation
for powder.
JONTEEL Face Powder— délicat 3ly scented, dis
tributes evenly, doesn't clog the pores «ul
the wind and sunshine.
JONTEEL Odor—a blend of the fragrance of the
flower-fields. A fairy perfume, just the ideal scent.
JONTEEL preparations are scented with the
crushed hearts of twenty-six fragrant flowers.
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
THE REXALL STORE
H. M. MOORE, Manager.
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brother, B. S. Hunt, until the latter's
death last fall at the age of 82.
He was a native of Tennessee. He
is survived by one brother and a
number of nephews and nieces. Fu
neral services will be held at St.
Charles this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Funeral services for A. M. Hill of
Pegram, were held in Salt Lake last
Friday. Abe, as he was familiarly
known to many local people, died
last Tuesday at the home of his sister
at Murray, Utah. He was down with
Influenza three months ago, which
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durability and washability. Wear
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please everybody.
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developed into tuberculosis. In addl
tion to his widow he Is survived by
sons Stanley, Guy and Hood, and
daughter. Marvel, of Pegram, and à
daughter, Amanda, of Salt Lake, f
Sgt. Ray V. Raiscot, who was in
charge of the first detachment of sol
(tiers guarding the power house &\
Camp Litton, lost bis right arm ana
right leg while in action with the
1 146th field artillery, battery C, In
France. Letters from Sgt? Raiscot.
written with his left hand, were re
ceived this week by friends here. He
is now in the general hospital at
Fort Snelling, Minn.
The "600" club entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fergu
son last Saturday night, in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Vincent. Cards
were enjoyed until midnight, when
refreshments were Berved. The priz
es for the high scores went to E. A.
Brough and Mrs. C. E. Wright'. The
club presented Mrs. Vincent with
beautiful cut glass bowl.
A copy of the "Amarco News,"
published by the Third Army Corps
jof the Army of Occupation, was re
; ceived by Lloyd Lehrbas this week
! from Lt. Victor Barnett. The overseas
'paper is published at Cobleutz, and
gives a interesting account of the
Third jVrmy Carnival, staged the lat
ter part of April. It is claimed to be
the biggeBt show staged by the A. E.
Three thousand soldiers, 70Q
horses and a fleet of airplanes and
automobiles took part. A number of
Bear Lake boys, including those in
; Battery B, saw the show.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Evans desire
to thank the people of Raymond and
j Montpelier for their kindly acts on
the occasion of the death of their in
fant son.
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* VETERANS MEET
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TUESDAY NIGHT •
* A meeting of all returned sol- *
* diers, sailors and marines will *
* be held at the City Hall on Tues- *
* day evening at 8 o'clock for the *
* purpose of forming a county or- *
* ganlzation of the American Le- *
* glon. Invitations are issued to *
* every returned wearer of the •
* uniform now in the county. Be *
* there!
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SALT LAKE SHEEPMAN
DIED HERE LAST NIGHT
Will Covey, the Salt Lake sheep
man who has been ill with the flu at
the Montpelier hospital, died last
night at 1:66. Mr. Covey was 61
years old. and was born and raised
in SMt Lake. He has been in the
sheep business around Montpelier
for the past fourteen years and is
well known to many residents of this
county.
Mr. Covey is survived by bis wife,
a son, Wallace, and a daughter.
Grace, of Salt Lake.
{brother, and Mr. Stephen Covey, a
: brother, were at his bedside when he
'passed away. Dr. Claude Shields of
'Salt Lake and Miss Fife, a trained
I nurse, were called into consultation
I by Dr. Ashley, but Mr. Covey's con
dition for several days has been slow
jly growing worse.
The funeral will be held in Salt
{Lake, but arrangements have not yet
(been announced.
Mrs. Covey, a
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire to express our thanks
; and appreciation to our many friends
I and neighbors for their many words
of sympathy and kind deeds In the
hour of our sad bereavement io the
; loss of our mother. We are also ap
preciative of the beautiful floral of
ferlnga.
J. W. BARKDULL.
DAVID BARKDULL.
RILEY BARKDULL.
und families
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ELECT TEACHERS FOR
NEXT SCHOOL YEAR
The school board has re-elected
Misses Smith, Beebe, and Barbour
and A. J. Winters, Lore'nzo Swensen,
John K. Sharp ana B. K. Farnsworth
as te achers la the high school next
yearx'aud eTecte'd Charles Lindsay
-ts-tfeorgetowu, who has been princi
pal of the Georgetown schools lor the
past two yearp to fill one vacancy.
J ne vacancy, that of history, is still
.o be filled.
All teachers in the grades, with the
exception of Miss Crawford, who was
not an applicant, and Mrs. Gill and
airs. Ball, whose husbands have re
turned from military service, and
were therefore not applicants for the
next year. Miss Mollie Wohlwend,
jiSter of Mrs. W. H. Enfield, who
taught In the Ovid schools this year,
was elected to fill one of the vacan
cies. Two vacancies still exist in the
grades, and will be filled in the near
future.
MONTPELIER NOW HAS
MODERN Al'TO HEARSE
Frank Williams drove his new
to hearse up from Ogden Tuesday on
his return from the Golden Spike cel
ebration there. The hearse is a beau
tiful pearl-colored auto, electrically
fitted both inside and out, and finish
ed on the inside in mahogony.
It is a combination design after
Mr. Williams' own ideas, being con
structed by the Sidney Stevens Im
plement Co. of Ogden to specifica
tions, and can be used as an ambu
lance as well as a hearse.
Mr. Williams announces that he
will now answer calls to any part of
the county without extra charge for
mileage, and Is to be complimented
for bis initiative in providing this
city with a first class mortuary and
auto hearse.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR RENT.—Sewing machines at
second hand store.
FOR SALE.—One four room modern
bungalow at Georgetown. For
price and terms inquire at Nelson
* Rick's cream station, Montpelier.
FOR SALE.—Furniture of a five
room house. Phone 196.
FOR SALE.—Good Co,,. Hot Bta.
range; new velvet rug, 9x12; also
Rl7h el n triC iron ~ p Dowry, at
Richs Grocery.
FOR SALE.—Ford with truck body.
Bargain. See Joe Rich at Groo A
Toomer garage.
FOR SALE.—Residence lota north
and south of town, close in- see
Robert Ray. '
FOR SALE.-My residence on South
Ninth street; eight-room house
Wi i»w lot feet; also 6 good
'Sy««""® »
Pearce -
FOR SALE.—Lot on Fourth street,
just north of Riter Bros, old drug
store; for price and terms see Thos.
Barrett.
WANTED.—Used furniture, stoves
ranges, trunks, suit cases tools
iäk"' =
«a» ajar Jana
J£. nurueu. lessee.
WANTED—To buy a team of mares
weighing 1200 pounds or better
hot over 6 years old; also set of
harness ; also two fresh milk
caws. Herefords or Durhams- in
quire of P. Lowry at Rich # grocery
WANTED.—To buy a good second
hand sulky plow. Inquire of P.
Lowry at Rich's grocery.
WANTED.-—To buy a Jersey bull old
enough for service; W. H. Enfield
Montpelier.
HOME MISSIONARY
FOR SUNDAY, MAY 25
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Raymond— W. W. Clark, Leo Sor
ensen.
Alton— F. M. Winters, Charles
ate.
Wardboro—Arnold D. Hirschi,
Fred J. Hirschi.
Bern— E. M. Lindsay, Chris Soren
sen.
Dingle—Silas Wright, Milford Wil
liams.
Georgetown—J. s. Robison, Sterl
ing Cook.
Geneva— D. C. Kunz, C. R. Pearce.
Cokeville— C. G. Keetch, Freeman
Dayton.
Pegram—Samuel W. Hart, F. W.
Boheme.
Bennington—J. J. Sarbach, Ole
Swensen.
Montpelier—First
.. ward, Alma
Hayes, C. R. Clark; Second ward,
llyrum Oakey, Cottrell 8parks;
Third ward, Samuel Humphreys. Al
fred Smedley.
The high council will meet Mon
day. May 19, at 11 o'clock a. m. and
the stake priesthood meeting will be
held Saturday, May 24, at 10
on
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NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS.
You are hereby notified that the
taxes on your <*og are due and pay
able at the city hail, and unless the
same are paid by June 1st it will be
necessary for us to take action as
provided in city ordinance No. 13.
After that date all dogs not wearing
u " n ! e ta ®* wil1 he Impounded and
will be killed if the owners do not
redeem them within 24 hours This
ordinance will be strictly enforced.
J. I. HILLIER,
Chief of Police.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
the District Court of the Fifth
•f udlc | a l District of the State of Idaho
in and for Bear Lak« rmmt»
at Lucile Devoe, Plaintiff
vs. ' *
Devoe, Defendant.
For The State of Idaho sends greeting
;° G - Devoe, the above-named de
fendant -
„lainl* 21! hereby notified that a corn
i led a « 4lM ' Ï®" 111
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and for Bear like County by the
at above-named plaintiff, and 7 you are
hereby directed to appear and ans
]f® r 8a * d complaint within twenty
A days of the service of the summons,
if served within said Judicial Dis
i? nd w tthin forty days if served
«Lj.r.®' a ? d yon * re farther noti
fied 'hat unless you so appear and
fimTtVrein SSrtSSd '
will takp , plaintiff
prayed in said complaint y ° U **
j»SÄM5 'are ^referred
aaid complaint for further partic
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* "Y hand and the seal of
Si d %îï ct Court this 16th day of
May, 1919. /
K» n , *„ 8 H RICH ' Clerk,
p n . ' A j to mey for Plaintiff.
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