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The best way to give good advice is to set a good example. When others see how quickly you get over your cold by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they are likely to follow your example. This remedy has been in use for many years and enjoys an excellent reputa tion. Obtainable everywhere. SPEND SUNDAY WITH THE FOLKS They'll be glad to see you. excursions every Sunday, rates Saturdays to Mondays. L. Agents for details. Half fare Also low See O. 8. to-S-16 About every fifth day some enthusi ast arises and declares a lasting Euro pean peace—in the newspapers—and the next day "hell breaks loose" again. ORDINANCE NO. 196 An Ordinance accepting the bid of John E. Price & Company for $22,250 Municipal Coupon Bonds of the City of Blackfoot, authorized at a special election held in said City on May 9, 1916, under and pursuant to Ordin ance No. 191 of said City, providing for the form and details of said bonds, authorizing the issuance and delivery thereof and providing for the payment of the principal and interest of said bonds. WHEREAS, at a special election held in the City of Blackfoot, Idaho, on May 9, 1916, under and pursuant to Or dinance No. 191 of said City, there was submitted to the qualified electors of said City who were tax payers, the proposition of the issuance by said City of its municipal coupon bonds in the sum of $22,250 for the purpose of pro viding funds to pay the cost \nd ex pense of paving, grading, curbing and guttering in that part of the streets in Local Improvement District No. 16 in said City known as approaches to al leys, street intersections and cross walks, and WHEREAS, more than two-thirds of the votes cast at said election on said proposition were in favor thereof, and said City did thereafter in the manner provided by law publish notice of its intention to issue said bonds and invit ing bids therefor, and WHEREAS, of the bids received pur suant to said notice the bid offering the best terms upon, and the lowest interest at, which said bonds can be negotiated by said City was the bid of John E. Price & Company of Seattle, dated .Tune 20, 1916, said bid being par, accrued interest and a premium of $12.10 on each $1000.00 bond, said bonds to bear 5 per cent interest, pay able semi-annually, to be dated July 1, 1916, and to be delivered to purchaser at Blackfoot, the purchaser agreeing to furnish blank bonds, and WHEREAS, it is for the liest inter e»ts of said City that said bid be ac cepted, now, therefore, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Mayor anjl Council of the City of Blackfoot 1 Idaho, as follows: Section 1. That for the purpose afore ■aid said City issue its municipal cou pon bonds authorized as aforesaid the principal sum of $22,250; sai bonds to be dated July 1, 1916, to be numbered from 1 to 23 inclusive, to be of the denominations of $1000.00 each except bond No. 25 which shall be for $250.00, to bear interest at 5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually on January 1st and July 1st of each year, for which interest coupons shall be at tached to said bonds, and to be payable both principal and interest in gold coin of the United States of the present standard of weight and fineness at the office of Kouutz Bros, in New York Cit. The right of the City shall be re served to redeem all or any of said bonds in numerical order, lowest mini bers first, on July 1, 1926, or on any interest payment date thereafter until final maturity. Provided, notice of such intended redemption shall be giv the City official newspaper and daily newspaper or financial journal published in New York City at least once thirty days before such redempt ion date. These provisions relating to prior redemption are hereby fixed and determined by said City in the exercise of the pleasure thereto relating con ferred upon it by law. Section 2. Said bonds shall be sign ed by the Mayor, attested by the Clerk under the corporate seal of said City affixed by the Clerk, countersigned by the City Treasurer and shall be re gistered by the City Clerk, as provided ..... bv In v ' The interest i oupons shall l.e sign •d by t le Citv Tie i surer. Kflt-h «if sail office s is 'here! y auth m/.o.l mid 11 il ected to execute aid Inn .Is as Ilfol't'SH d. Tli Ma vor sh ill delis or «all «if ssiil bonds In 1V OXOOlltt >.l to th ' Citv Treasm er and take and file his r oceipt thereto - and charge hi ii with said bonds so delivered. Tin City Trens um' sh ill milk e a m-oi'd of said honils mid th > City Clerk shall registe ' said bnmls, all us | provided in Section 2319, Idaho Revise« (lodes as amend '.1 by Uhapte 64 of the 1913 8 'ssion la \vs of su id St ate. Section 3. Said bonds and coupons shall 1 e in substantially the folowing form: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IDAHO COUNTY IF BINGHAM THE CITY OF BLACKFOOT GENERAL MUNICIPAL COUPON BOND be lv on 5 BOND No........... $1000. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That the City of Black foot, a municipal corporation organi zed and existing under and by virtue of the Constitution and Laws of the State of Idaho, acknowledge itself to owe and for value received hereby promises to pay to bearer the sum of One Thousand ($1000.00) Dollars on the first day of July, 1936, together with interest thereon from the date hereof until paid at the rate of five (5) per cent, per annum, payable semi-an nually on the first days of January and July in each year as evidenced by and upon the presentation and surrender of the annexed interest coupons as they severally become due; both principal and interest pavable in gold coin of the United States of America of the present standard of weight and fineness at the banking house of Kountz Bros, in New York City. For the prompt payment of this bond, both principal and inter est, as the same mature, the full faith and credit of and all taxable property within said City are hereby irrevoca bly pledged. This bond is one of an authorized issue of 22 bonds of One Thousand ($1000.00) Dollars each, numbered 1 to 22, and another bond of Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00) Dollars numbered 23, all aggregating $22,250.00, issued by said City for the purpose of paying the cost and expense of paving, grading, curbing and guttering that part of the streets in Local Improvement District No. 18 in said City known as approach es to alleys, street intersections and cross walks, and is issued under the authority of and in conformity with the provisions of Chapter 12, Title 13, Ida ho Revised Codes, and all acts amenda tory thereof and supplemental thereto, ami pursuant to a vote of more than two-thirds of the qualified electors of said City who wore tax payers voting at a special election in said City, duly called, held on May 9, 1916, and duly enacted ordinances of said City. The said City reserves the right to redeem in numerical order, lowest numbers first, this bond, and all or any part of the bonds of the series of which this bond is one on July 1, 1926, or on any interest payment date thereafter until final maturity, provided, notice of such intended redemption shall have been published in the City official news paper and in a daily newspaper or finan cial journal published in New York tty at least once thirty days before such redemption date. It is hereby certified and recited that all acts, conditions and things required to be done precedent to and in the issuing of this bond have been properly done, happened and been performed in regular and due form as required by law. That the total indebtedness of said City including this bond, does not exceed any constitutional or statutory limitation thereon, and that provision has been made for the collection of an annual tax sufficient to pay the interest on this bond as it falls due and to con stitute a sinking fund for the payment of the principal hereof at maturity. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, said City of Blackfoot has caused this bond to be signed by its Mayor, attested by its City Clerk under its corporate seal af fixed by its said Clerk countersigned j by its City Treasurer and lias caused tiie annexed interest coupons to be signed by its City Treasurer, all as of late the first day of July, 1916. THE CITY OF BLACKFOOT, By E. T. PECK, Its Mayor. Attested and registered in accordance with law. By ROY 8. DeKAY, City Clerk. Countersigned: MRS. MAUDE CHERRY, City Treasurer. (INTEREST COUPON) No......... $25.00 On........................first, 19........, The City of Blackfoot, in Bingham County, Ida ho, will pay to bearer at the banking house of Kountz Bros, in New York City the sum of Twenty-five Dollars in gold coin being the semi-annual interest due that day on its general municipal coupon bond, dated July 1, 1916, and numbered ................. MRS. MAUDE CHERRY, City Treasurer. Section 4. That the aforesaid bid of John E. Price & Company for said bonds be and the same is hereby cepted, ami the Treasurer is hereby au thorized and directed to deliver said bonds duly executed to said purchaser upon the payment of the purchase price therefor as set forth in said bond. Section 5. For the purpose of paying the interest on said bonds, there shall be and there is hereby levied by sai City, its Mayor and Common Council beginning in the year 1910 and annual lv thereafter so long as any of said bonds remain unpaid, a special tax up on all the taxable property within said District, in addition to all other auth orized taxes, in an amount equal to 5 per cent of the face value of sai bonds then outstanding; and for tli purpose of creating a sinking fund for the payment of the principal of sai' bonds, there shall be and there is here by levied by the same authorities bo ginning in the year 1916, and annually thereafter so long as any of said bon ' remain unpaid, a special tax upon a the taxable property in said City addition to all other authorized taxes in an amount tqual to 5 per cent of the face value of said bonds. The funds arising from the collection of such taxes shall be separate and dis tinct from all other funds or moneys of said City and shall be held and kept as separate funds out of which to pay the principal and interest of such bonds, it being the intention hereof to make full and adequate provision for the col lection of an annual tax sufficient to pay the interest on such bonds as it fails due, and also to constitute a sink ing fund for the payment of the prin cipal of such bonds within 20 years from the date thereof, all as required by the Constitution and Laws of said State. Such special taxes shall be lev ied and collected annually as other taxes, and in addition thereto the full faith and credit of and all taxable property within said City is irrevoca bly pledged to the payment of the prin cipal and interest of said bonds, and the officers of said City shall continue to assess and collect such special taxes us aforesaid and apply such special taxes solely to the payment of the prin ipal and interest of said bonds as the same became due. Should the tax for the payment of interest on said bonds at any time not be levied or collected in time to meet such payment, the in terest must be paid out of any moneys in the City or general fund and the moneys so used for such payment of in terest shall be repaid to the fuud from which so taken out of the first moneys collected from taxes. Section 6. This Ordinance shall be in force and shall take effect 10 days after its passage, approval and publi cation. Passed the Council of the City of Blackfoot, Idaho, this 15th day of Aug ust, 1916. Approved by the Mayor of said City this 15th day of August 1916. E. T. PECK, Attest: Mayor. ROY S. DeKAY, City Clerk. Published in the City Official news paper on the 7th day of September, 1916. Drummers' Sample Sale!! Ladies' and Misses' Muslin Underwear: Bought at a great discount. Last year's prices and then one-third off. Gowns, Corset Covers, Combination Suits, Skirts, Princess Slips, etc. The low prices will really astound you. Sale of this underwear will commence Thursday Morning, Sept. 14th. HANDKERCHIEF SALE NOW ON Hundred dozen Men's Fine Cotton Handkerchiefs, with nice borders, worth any time 15c to 20c, for this sale, 6 for 49c. Fifty dozen Men's Extra Fine Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, a good regular 40c article, this sale, 3 for 59c. ...... ... Hundred dozen Women's and Childrenss Fine Sheer,with initial and dainty border, a reg ular 10c article or more, this sale 49c doz. Twenty-five dozen Womens* Very Fine Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, beautifully em broidered, worth 40c, this sale, 24c each. We have a fine line of DeBEVOISE BRASSIERES and the most comfortable, durable and fashionable JACKSON CORSETS BIETHAN'S - - Blackfoot CHALLIS Afar in the mountains I love to roam, Where pine trees rustle ami night winds moan; Mid towering erags and steep inclines, Where rivers dash like foaming wine Beneath misty cloud and overhanging vine; While mossy banks and stately pines O'erlook the ripples and liquid chimes As if sweet comfort are mingling rhimes In stately river or whispering pines. To all who list, and listening hasten, Mid sylvan charm, the heart awakens; T'is fife to live and covertly lying, In shady nook so quietly spying; For wary trout, shimmering and rising. Prone in the shade of the sheltering willows, Tall grass waving like angry billows, Mossy banks and flittering swallows, Lazy clouds and wooded hollow's; Fashioned as if by some master mind, To tempt the weary, and rest the mind. Lingering and drinking the cooling draught Of perfect peace that can not be bought. Content to dream and nurture life, Far from the maddening load of strife; Content to feel the life blood bound, In glad response to nature's fount; Content to hear the song bird's note, And dream, of days when nature spoke, To boyish hearts, fresh filled with hope, Content to lose the load of care, And feel the freshness of summer air, That breathes of hope and loving care, Of many strength and purpose true, And firm resolve to do the right, Mid storm and tempest,shipwreck'too, Content to be a man in every deed, Four square and for another's need, A tower of strength and confidence. Content to shoulder life's heavy load, And tread the path to the mountain road, That leads to honor and a vision fair, Of peace and hope and sweet content. — T. G. Bond. ill 31'A Horsepower New Series Model 7S B *635 Roadster $620 I.« b- Tilled« A Wonderful Automobile Value There is no necessity of paying $1500 to $2000 for an automobile. Here is one for $635 that gives you all you need. It seats five comfortably. Has a big, powerful 3114 horsepower motor; has electric lights and electric starter and E. & G. Bill» Blackfoot, Idaho. is right up-to-date in every respect. This car is beautifully finished; works like a beaver; will outlast any other, and gives 40 to 50 miles an hour. This Overland is the most wonderful automobile value in the world. Come in and see it today. Automobile Co. Phone 69. Th« Willjr.-OvarUnd Company, Tolodo. Ohio "Mad. la U. S. A." "What Congress has done concerning a Government Armor Plant and what people are thinking about it". i. r.fl.ct.d In Editorial Comm.nl ■ Thiib the title of a booklet we have prepared. W# ■hall be glad to send a copy freo to any one interested. Bethlehem Steel Co. South Bethlehem, Pa. SPEND SUNDAY WITH THE FOLKS They'll be glad to see you. Half fare excursions every Sunday. Also low rates Saturdays to Mondays. See O. S. L. Agents for details. to-S-16 A full line of fishing tackle, kodaks and kodak supplies at Powers' Fhar macy.Adv. »«* NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Lead Belt Mining' Company, Ltd., a corporation, organ ized and existing under the laws of the' State of Idaho, adopted at a special meeting of said board, duly held on the 27th day of July, 1916, at the office of said corporation, in the City of Poca tello, Bannock County, Idaho, a meet ing of the stockholders of said corpora tion is hereby called for, and will be. held at the bffice of said corporation in room three of the Dietrich Block, Po catello, Idaho, (said place of meeting being at the principal place of business of said corporation and at the room and building where the Board of Directors usually meet), on Friday, the 25th day of August, 1916, at 2 o'clock P. M., on that day, for the purpose of considering and acting upon the proposition of In creasing the number of Directors to five Directors, and for the purpose of transacting such other and further bus iness as may properly come before said meeting. H. A. CRUMP, M. B. WHEELER, Vice President Secretary. SIDEWALKS AND FOUNDATIONS For cement sidewalks and foundation* see B. F. Badger who has had 53 years experience in oncrete anil brick work. He guarantees satisfaction as to work and its cost. 53 Spruce Street. tlf. Rexall Tablets 5c at Palace Drug Store.