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FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Independent School District No. 1,
Montpelier, Idaho.
CONTINUED FROM PAGE THREE)
------Rudolph
Mrs. C. W. Hosmer, teachers salary 120.00
Marian Morgan teachers salary ... 120.00
Artel Stephens, teachers salary —
Blanch Holbrook, teachers salary 120.00
Joseph B. Tueller, teachers salary
Olive Bolt, teachers salary - 96.00
127.16
120.00
90.00
Ole Christensen, teachers salary .
Rudolph Widmer, janitors salary ._ 100.00
Geo. A. Robinson, Janitor salary ... 80.00
A. W. Smith janitor salary -
Geo. V. Schick, janitor salary -
W. E. Morgan, Supt's salary -
A. J. Winters, teachers salary — 185.00
-Ivy A. Logan, teachers salary -
Ivy Lowrey, teachers salary ....
Georgia Crouch, teachers salary
Chas. Lindsay, teachers salary
R. A. Payne, teachers salary
Lester Hubberd, teachers salary 160.00
Lorenzo Swensen, teachers salary
Jesso Beebe, teachers salary-140.00
Wilford Tueller, teachers salary
Seth Kelsey, teachers salary ....
Jennie Nlelran, teachers salary,
Annie M. Laurldsen, teachers sal
80.00
70.00
208.33
160.00
160.00
160.00
160.00
160.00
140.00
. 140.00
. 140.00
. 140:00
120.00
Edith H. Ball, teachers salary — 120.00
Dorothy Horsley, teachers salary ._ 120.00
Margaret E. Kyle, teachers salary 120.00
Sadie Foster, teachers salary
Marie Nielsen, teachers salary .— 120.00
Mollie Wohlwend, teachers salary 120.00
Amy Dalrymple, teachers salary 120.00
Alice Beach, teachers salary _ 120.00
Mrs. C. W: Honmer, teachers Balary 120.00
Malran Morgan, teachers salary _ 120.00
Artel Stephens, teachers salary ....^ 120.00
Blanch Holbrook, teacherB salary ... 120.00
Joseph B. Tueller, teachers salary
Mrs. Bathe, salary as substitute
teacher -
Inez Phelps, salary as substitute
teacher
Jesse Kunz salary as substitute
teacher
Utah Light & Power Co., light and
ary
140.00
90.00
2.60
- 10.00
— 106,55
Ancestry Probably Persian.
In the mountains of southern
Arabia, a region of tremendous crags
and 'precipices, lives a mysterious tribe
of people who are entirely different
from the Arabs. They are far lighter
In color, and live In villages, not tents
They are said to be a relic of the
Persian army whlcb invaded the coun
try nearly l.000 years ago
Japanese Sleeping Arrangements.
The Japaneae bed. constating mere
ly iff a few thick comforters and a
pillow, can easily be made up In any
room. It la considered a mark of hos
pitality to make the guest's bed In the
parlor and pot the room at bla di»
posai.

ED. C. RICH
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
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FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
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I power -- 16.24
!M. S. Telephone Co., phone service 14.16
I Keeler Bros. Interest on bonds __ 350.22
Eunice Eschler, teachers salary _ 65.00
W. E. Morgan, Supt's salary . 208.33
Widmer, janitors salary ... 100.00
Amy Munk County Treasurer, sewer
tux
._ 142.29
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M. S. Telephone Co., phone service
Utah Light & Power Co., light and
power _ _
J. H. Croft, teachers salary, Smith
Hughes Act ....
C. E. Hess, Coal
W. E. Morgan, expenses to Boise
Smith Hughes Act ...
Thiel & Olsen Bros., Kalsomino
brushes and paints
Thiel & Olsen Bros. Domestic science
equipment ......
Montpelier Examiner, commence
ment programs ...__ „ ___
G. F. Ashley, cash advanced for
flowers G. A. Robinson's funer
9.95
... 24.24
:. 175.00
- 31.40
30.13
— 13.38
3.60
25.10
al
12.00
50.00
V —
Burgoyne Pharmacy kalsomine_
Burgoyne Pharmacy, Fumigation
- materials _
Montpelier Coal & Lumber
coal ____
Robert Ray, labor connecting with
sewer _j._
Brennan & Davis domestic science
supplies ...._,_ _ _
Clark Grocery Company, janitor
supplies___...._
Field Typewriter Exchange, com
mercial department supplies _ 20.90
W. E. Christman, repairing clock 2.00
W. J. Crockett, domestic science
supplies -
Frank Jones & Sons, domestic
science supplies ___
Remington Typewriter Co., Re
pairing typewriters comi>ereial
department __
Harold B. Hull, treasurer's salary
- 20.75
Co.,
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27.30
7.20
16.90
2.40
3.05
... 11.76
16.20
16.66
DR. GEO. F. ASHLEY,
Chairman
FRANCIS M. WINTERS
Clerk.
(Advertisement)
■ss
Legal Column
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior U. S.,
Land Office, at Blackfoot, Idaho,
July 30, 1921. *
Notica is hereby given that Earl
L. Adamson of Pegram, Idaho who,
Whole Household Thera.
When Mr. and Mrs Smith, with
tbelr pet fox terrier, rolled just be
fore dinner. Buddy hurried to the
kitchen, where mother was cooking a
chicken, and raid :
make a lot of gravy, mamma, 'cause
Mr. Smith ha- brought all his family
with him."
"You'd better
Mr.
Advertiser!
The
Examiner
Circulation
Records
are open
for your
Inspection
at any
time

On September 6th, 1918 made home
stead entry No. 030354, for BE (4
SE%, W %SE (4 , E % 8W>4 . NW(4
SW% SW f %NW«4 Sec. 5. SE«4NE>4
Section 6, Township 15 south. Range
46 East Boise Meridian, has filed
notica of intention to make three
year proof, to establish claim to the
land Above described, before M. B.
Cherry, U. 8. Commissoner at Mont
pelier, Idaho on the 13th day of Sep
tember 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
• Inez H. Beavers George Nelson,
Ernest Nelson, and George J. Ester
hold t all of Pegram, Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH
Register.

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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ■
Department of the Interior, U. S. 5
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, 2
July 23' 1921.
Notice fa hereby given that John ■
H. Htrachf, of Geneva Idaho, who on i
August 28. 191« and Öctober 1, 1917 ■
made homestead and additional ■
homestead entries Nos. 025081 and !
029480, for SWKSEK, BE *4 BW *4 . 5
See., 1.NKNWU, Section 1«, Town- ■
ship 12 south. Range 46 East Boise |
Meridian has filed notice of lnten- ■
tlon to make final three year proof J
to establish claim to the land above ?
described, before M. B. Cherry. U. S. g
Commissioner, at his office In Mont- g
pelier, Idaho, on the «tb day of Sep- •*
tember ( 1921, 0
Claimant names as witnesses:
Edward A. Lash brook, Albert T. ■
Price, Karl W. Leiasrtng, Moses 5
Densley all of Geneva, Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH
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NOTICE TO (X)XTHAtTORS
Nottc® is hereby given that the
City of Montpelier, Bear Lake Coun
ty, Idaho, hereby invites contractors
to furnish and submit to the City
Council of said city, sealed proposals
for bids for supplying all material
labor and equipment necessary aud'
doing all construction work involved
in the grading, curbing, guttering,
parking, sab-draining and paving the
streets and parts of streets included
in Loral Improvement District No 2
in said city.
All bids shall be marked "Pro
posal for Street Improvements" and
should be addressed to and filed with
the City Clerk of said city.
The work contemplated Includes
approximately 37,000 square yards
or pavement together with
grading curb and gutter, park and
storm sewer construction as are nec
essary to complete the improvement
Bids will be received on the follow
ing types of pavement:
(1) Sheet asphalt on a portland
cement concreto base.
(S) Asphaltic concrete on a port
land cement concrete base.
(3) Crushed rock bitullthic
Portland cement concrete base.
(4) Crushed rock bitullthic on a
crushed rock base.
(5) Gravel bitulithtc on a port
land cement concreto base.
(6) Kein forced monolithic ce
ment concrete.
Plans and specifications covering
the work are on file In the office of
the city clerk and in the office of
Arthur E. Fox, City Hall, Montpelier.
Idaho.
A certified check for 5 per cent of
the amount of the bid made payable
to the City Treasurer, of the City of
Montpelier. Idaho must accompany
each bid, the same to be forfeited to
the city of Montpelier if the success
ful bidder falls to enter Into con
tract and furnish bond in the sum of
60 per cent of the contract price for
the faithful performance of the work
In accordance with such contract.
Bids will be submitted on the unit
basts and upon bidding blanks fur
nished by the engineer in charge of
the work.
Contractors must submit bids on
all Items shown In the specifications
and bidding blanks, Including at
leaRt one typo of pavement; bids on a
portion of «the work will not be con
sidered.
Bids will bo received until &
o'clock p. m., August 13th, 1921.
The City Council reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the City Council dated
this 27th dnv of July, 1921.
P. L. CRUIK8HANK.
City Clerk
such
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tho Interior U. 8.
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho,
July 23. 1921.
Notice is hereby given that Russell
L, Kunst of Georgetown. Idaho, for
heirs of Orson J. Kunst, deceased;
snld heirs being brothers nnd sisters
of said deceased, who on May 28,
1920, made Stock-raising homestead
entry No. 027625. for all of section
24. Township 10 south. Range 46
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 6th day of
September, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Christian Buhler, Walter Buhler
John Peter Allemnn, Edwin L. Alle
man all of Bern. Idaho.
J. T. CARRUTH
Register.
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Notice for Publication.
\OTKT* OF PROOF OF APPLICA
TION OF WATER TO BENEFICIAL
UNH.
Notice Is hereby given that at 10
a. m. on the 20th day of August,
1921, at St. Charles County of Bear
Lake, State of Idaho, before Louis
H. Booth, Justice of the Peace, proof
will bo submitted of the application
to beneficial use of 2/50 cubic feet
per second of the waters of unnamed
spring in accordance with the terms
and conditions of Permit No. 14889
heretofore Issued by the State Engi
neer of the State of Idaho,
Tho nama and postbfflce ad
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CARED FOR 13 EVEN WORSE THAN FOOD
IMPROPERLY COOKED
Of course you want that wonderful satisfaction of
knowing that your grucerie«, fruits and vegetables
THE BEST IN THE LAND
selected by experte— kept under sanitary condition« ant! 5
delivered to you free from the least dust, dirt and taint. ■
THIS IS THE SATISFACTION WE GIVE


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Perhaps You Don't Know
says the Good JuJgo
How long a little of
the Real Tobacco
Chew will last. t
Nor how much gen
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobacco taste will give.
Ask any man who usea
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tion—and at less cost—
than die ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
R1GH 1 CUT is a short-cut tobaooo
dress of tho person or corporation
holding said permit are G. A. Nelson,
8t. Charles, Idaho.
2. The us« to which said water
has been applied la Irrigation and
domestic purposes.
3. The amount applied to bene
ficial use is 2/50.
4. Th« place where said water is
used (if for irrigation, give full and
accurato description of th« lands ir
rigated) N W 14 S W V* Sec. 16 T.
16 8. It. 45 K., n. M.
8. The date of the priority which
said user is prepared to establish is
Junu 14, 1920.
W. O. 8WKND8KN.
Commissioner of
Reclamation
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NOT ICH BOH Rriil.lt 'ATION
Department of the Interior, 0. B.
Land Office, at Rlackfoot,* Idaho,
July 9, 1921.
Notice la hereby given that Ida N.
Ream, of Dingle, Idaho, who on Sep
tember 1st 1916, niado homestead
entry No. 020891, for Lot 1, Section
5, Townsitp 16, Bouth Range 46
East and HEV4. Section 32; W Vfc
8W14 Section 33. Township 14
South, Range 46 East, Hols« Meri
dian, has filed notice of Intention to
muke threo year Broof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before M. B. Cherry, U, 8. Commis
sioner, at Montpelier, Idaho, on the
19th day of August, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Osa Raker of Dingle, Idaho Al
fred Dayton, of Dingle Idnho, Lee
Darney of Dingle, Idaho, and Frank
Kibby, of Border, Wyoming.
J. T. C AHRDT I!
Register.
Jy 1 G-a-19
NOTH H FOR PUHLH'ATION
Department of the Interior, U, S.
Land Office, at Blackfoot, Idaho,
July 1, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that Joaeph
Hasson, of Auburn, Wyoming, who.
on May 28, 1920, made Homestead
entry, Serial No. 027865, for lots 3
and 4. WH8WI4, Sec. 11; KVfcBEK.
BW%SE« 4 , SE V4HW K Section 10.
Township 8 south, Range 46 East,
Boise Meridian, has filed notice of In*
tentlon to make three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, befort Horen C. Peterson,
U. 8. Commissioner, at Tygee Valley
Idaho, on the 15th day of August,
1921.
Claimant names os witnesses:
John O. Miller, John R. Miller
Mary I. Miller, Andrew B. Peterson,
all of Auburn, Wyoming.
J. T. CARRUTH
Register.
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Examiner Want Ada brings results
Promissory notes carried in stock
at the Examiner office.
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OH MY HACK
The Expression of Many a Khteay
Huff ever la Montpelier
A stubborn backache is caase to
suspect kidney trouble. When the
kidneys are Inflamed end swollen,
stooping brings a sharp twinge In the
small of the back, that almost takes
the breath away. Doan's Kidney
Bills revive sluggish kldnay»—re
lievo aching backa.
Here's Montpelier proof:
Mrs,' C, W. Thompson, Front 8t„
says: "Once In n while my kldneyn
have given me some trouble,
fered the worst with my buck, for It
haa become lame and weak and ached
eu I could hardly stand It. My kid
neys have acted Irregularly at each
times and that haa bothered me very
much. ! have also been miserable
with headacheej.
Doan's Kidney IMIls have never fail
ed to help me and cure m» of ea at
tack. I havn certainly a lot of
faith In Doan's."
Brice «0 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply aak for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Bills—the same that
Mrs. Thompson had. Poster-Mllbura
Co., Mfrs , Buffalo, N. Y.
1 suf
A bog or so of
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Professional Cards
D R. J. r. MAO 0LUX1
Dentistry
RITRR BROS. BUILDING
H. V. FLYNN
DENTIST
MONTPELIER
Twelve Years Practice In Chicago
Parlera In Brennan * Davia Bldg.
Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4
Office PtMMMI No. 4«
IDAHO
L P. GABRTNIR
Physician and Sugcoa
Office Over Modem IMf Hfasa
Office Phone 40
MONTPELIER
Ml I'bone 3 5
IDAHO
DR. HERMAN BE0K8TR0M
Dentist
Office over Hank of Montpelier
Office Phone 194
MONTPELIER
Res. 19S
IDAHO
GEO. F. ASHLEY
Physician and Sorgeoa
montikT.ikr
Office Hours: 10 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 9
Office at Montpelier Hospital
PtiOMW 09 and
All Calla Given Prompt Attention
H. H. K I N G. M. D.
Physician and
Ht'RGKON O. H. L RY.
Office over First National Book
Offico Phono !•$
Residence Phone ill
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MONTPKU1
ID AMO
E. E. HINCKLEY
Physician and
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat a Specialty
Office, Room 4—Ritar Bldg.
Home on East Jefferson Street
MovmcMmi
IDAHO
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HARDING BROS.
ENGINEERS

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