What do you know about this?
At age 65 only 5 out of each 100 have
anything more than their daily earning«
If you think it hard to save n.oney now, while you are earn
ing a fair income, how will it be when your earning power
grows less? j? & & & & J? H
Start an account at THIS BANK, conserve your in
come, and fix yourself to be one of the 5 in your 100
jftrst IRational Bank
of ADontpeUer, llOabo
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $60,000
E. A. BURRELL, Vice-President
TIM KINNEY, President
R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier
Montpelier, Idaho, Fob. 5, 190«
Chas. E. Harris, Notary Public.
Buy a piano b >x of Geo. O. Walton
for your coal or grain.
j— -MTirTihas. Ë. Reese lefifthis mon in;
for a month a outing at Lamg Beach,
t?or sewing machine needles call on
! t .,
Mrs. J. P. Clark of Boise, is visiting give
iu the city, the guest of Mrs. Jack
J I on
Fresh bread, pie?, cakes, e.c. at tie.
E. A Burrell went to Boise yesterday
to watch the legislative m.ll grind for a Her
few days. i,
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Ten pel cent off on all orders during
February by Mullens, tbe tailor.
A little daughter registered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel
The Montpelier Milling Co , is now
paying the highest cash price for wheat.
A heating stove for sal«; oall at
Pdodrey's tin sh >por address Box 241,
Suit* from $27 up; pants from $7 up,
with ten ptr een: off. See Mullens, the
Miss Elsie Smith bas returned to
Pocatello after a week's visit With Mont
Home made bread, pies, cakes
etc. At the Cottage Hotel.
s^ltra Wm. Jarboe returned to Poca
tello Snnday after a ten day's visit with!
Montpelier friends. _ — -—^
For aTl" "kinds of sheet music go to
Wa 1 ton's store in the Hoover building.
Mail orders promptly Ailed.
The stork paid its tirst visit to tbe
home of Ed Barkdull last Wednesday
evening and left a little daughter.
Do not fail to call and see onr new
spriug gingham-«, cheviots and zephyrs,
new patterns at H. B. Whitman's.
B. F. Riter, general manager of the
Riter Bros. Drug Co., spent several days
here this week looking after the com
Qnite a delegation of members of the
L. D. 8. church went to Cokeville today
to assist in tbe dedioation of tbe new
meeting house there.
Plenty of money to loan on improved
farms. Long time and easy payments.
Apply to Walter Hoge, Paris, Idaho.
Services at the Presbyterian church
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. and Christian
Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
Ice haryeet, which was stopped by
tue soft weather in Jannary, has beeu
resumed, but the ice now being stored
is not of very good quality.
For Sale—Two acres of choice build
ing ground, one half block north <f
high school building. Inquire of Ntd
Doughnuts "like mother 'used
to nub." At the Cottage Hotel
John Jones of tbe Jones-Robison Co.,
wss a fiait Lake visitor several days
this week, Joe Robison had charge o.l
the store daring his absence.
J. J. Taylor of the S«.n Francisco
Chemical Co., returned Sunday from a
two month's sojourn at San Francisco
and other California points.
Brakeman Reid, who was severely
injured in the Kemmerer yards about
six weeks ago, has returned from the
hospital and is again at work.
M. McB. Thomson and bride return
ed to Salt Lake today, after a week's
s'ay here. They will remain in Salt
lotke until about thé Qrat of May.
Board and room 75c per day
Home Cooking. At
the Cottage Hotel.
Martin Stark has leturned from Gar-:
land, Utah,, where he- bad been deeding
cattle at the sugar factory. He recent-!
ly shipped 24 car loads of «teer«, which
brought àb average of $54 ahead on the
The ladies of tbe Catholic church will
serve refreshments at their dance to be
given in the pavilion ou the evening of
Tickets Jia the dance fl._
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gray and the !
latter's sister, Miss Estella Davis, lfcft ;
ibis morning for a months sojourn at
Los Angeles aud Long Beach, Cali
MissUleta Smith, who has beeu in j
tee employe of tbeC. W. & M. Co. «sa
stenographer for the past three months, 1
j4etnrnel Monday to her home in Salt.
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The ladies of the W. C. T. U. vv ill
give a cooked food sa'.e at Stewart s
grocery store tomorrow afternoon.
Home-made foods of all kinds will tie
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Mrs. R A. Sullivan returned last
fmdsv from a six weeks vis in Butte
Her «tay was prolonged by illness, she
having bad quite a severe attack of
Complete stock of Drugs, Toilet
Articles, Perfumes, Wines and
Liquors at Right Prices are two
Gous Reasons wny yon will find
it to your adyaniage to trade at
When you want satisfàction try
us—we are the Home of Good
The Modern Pharmacy
BRENNAN & DAVIS BLOCK
D. McLennan 'eft Snnday for Spokane
to atteud the meetiug of the North
western Lumbermen's association
will stop at Boise a few days on his
Eugineer Fred Lintz, who is now
running the helper at Dubois, came in
Sunday fora week's visit. His family,
who have been here for some time, will
return home with him.
|l Cream 1ft
II Baking II
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a ques
tion as to the absolute
purity and healthful
ness of the food it raises.
Fr d (irun'g, who has been qnite «ick
for tl e past two months, is now able lo
be abonj tbe bonse and hopes to be able
to greet his friends again next week,
behind (he meat bleck
Conductor Cayou left last Monday
for Southern California, where he will
enjoy life for the next two months
with Mrs. Cayon and daughter, who
have been there all winter.
The Knights of Pythias are making
extensiye preparations for their anni
versary ball and bauquet at the pavilion
on Feb. 19. The banquet will be oueot
the swellest. ever given in Montpelier
The next meeting of the W. C. T. U.
will be keld at the home of Mrs. A. G.
Hooter Thursday afternoon. Feb. 11
These meetings are opm to the public
and all are cordially Invited to attend^
'"'County Auditor Holmes informs ua
that Bear Lake was one of the first
connties to pay in full its share of state
taxes fqr last year, he baviug on Janu
ary 1« forwarded to the state auditor a
check for >14 248. .'>8. ___
A. 11. Stewart of Denver visited over
Snridaj'with his brother E. M , of this
I city. Mr. Stewart is district agent for
the Union Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
I his territory including Colorado, Wyo
ming, Idaho and Utah.
I Ben Simpson, late of Pocatello, has
^.succeeded Kred Lem as bookkeeper for
ifjeverich & Burrell at their grain ware
ruse. Mr. Lem is now installed at the
istofWce newsstand, having purchased
i the business from McLennan Bros.
J. P. Nowland of Dingle, informs ns
that he will soon receive an increase in ,
1 his pension from t 12 to $24 a month, i"
Senator Heyhurn having written him '
! a few days ago to the effect the bill
' granting the increase had beeu favor- I
re ,, or t e( j f
H.P. Zimmerman, the horse buyer re
, will he here tomorrow to buy a oar ot
: good horses, and be always gives the
I top piices for horses and mules This
I> q trip he wiU luake her
' J e bave
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Miss Mabel Huff, niece of Char! e , |n
Huff.ihas decided to locate in Mon.-j
peliei for the purpose of giving it -;
struct,ons on the piano Miss Huff has j.,
had seven years experience as rnitruc
tor. being connected for two years with
pencer co. ege in owa. -
the only obser
vance there will be of Lincoln's birt'.^
day in Montpelier next Friday will Le
in 4e public schools. Programs pp . |
propfiate for the occasion will be rend
ered in all the rooms Friday afternoon J
Chas. Harris Bfid Joe Fuller will j f
leave next Monday for Pittsburg,
Wasbington and other eastern points on j
j some important milling business. They
; will be gone about three weeks U 11 r ~ |
hieb the public is invited.
ing Mr. Harris' absence Fay Anstin.
will look after tbe county attorney
/"Machinist Ed Lambert, who has been
an employe in tbe shops here for the
(past two years, was last week promoted
t.o the position of master mechanic at
Keihmerer. Although a young man, I
Eld is a thorough mechanic and his
promotion to this important position
is a deserving recognition jjf.his ability;
W. E. Whitë~Eaa opened a cabinet
pa,,- B hop in tbe building opposite tbe
Qrbve livery stable. He does all kiuds
of furniture repairing and upholstering
' and guarantees his work. To the per
in (-son giving bim-the largest order dur
i ing the month of February he will make
them a present of a fine plate rack.
Call and see bim.
to this drug store for
anything you need in our
They'll get the
same treatment and the
same price you would
get if you came yourself.
Our business has been
built up by square deal
ing and fair prices as
much as by the p.ure
drugs we use and the
accuracy with which we
1 RITER RROS. DRUG GO
I ,a vili°n next w ednewiay night. The
f pavilion management haye Beveral
engagements that will conflict with the
re , gular Wednesday nL-ht dances, and
therefore wiu announL . e from time to
There will not be a dance at the
time, all special parties outside the
regular Saturday night dances.
A very peasant surprise was given
to Mrs. Julia Dunn Snnday, Jan. 31 at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Merrill
e , |n t lt heing her T8l . d birth .
A 11 of her children were present,
-; t ^ L who now resi(le ,
j., the Big Hlrfn country. There were
als0 t 22 of her grand chil(lrell
and ^ great . grand children. The
affair was a most enjoyable oue for all
Everyone interested in education is
. | invited to examine the work done by
local students of the International
J Correspondence Schools of Scranton,
Pa., which will be on display in tbe
windows of tbe Montpelier Drug Co
j f or a few days only, commencing Feb
j of Denver, will be here to
plain the methods of teaching and the
r ~ | courses taught by the schools.
Several changes in oflfioe arrangeuien
have been made in tbe couit bonse re
cently. The room adjoining the audi
tor's office, which wus formerly oc-*
ten pied tiy the assessor, is now used by
the auditor, which gives bim additional
loom that was needed. This room will
Messers. J Î'. McNeil and Geo. (4
I ^| BO b e «Bed as au off! :s for tbs
Uiissioners aud the sessions of the board
Will hereafter be held there instead of
in the district court room. Assessor
(Rich is now occupying the room for-j
Rmerly used by the county attorney, the j
[(atter official »ill occupy the room that
vas used by tbe sheriff, before theaddi
ion was put on the court house. ^
Death of Mary Black.
Mrs. Mary Black died at her home in
Georgetown last Monday afternoon,
after au illness of six weeks. Deceased
was 64 years of age and, with her bne
band who died fonr years ago, woe one
of the early settlers of Georgetown.
She is survived by fonr brothers, three
sisters, ten children, a large number of
grandchildren and several great grand
Her funeral services were held at the
Georgetown meeting house yesterday
afternoon, and were largely attended by
relatives and friends. Her remains
were laid to rest beside those ot her
Notice of Bond Election.
the qualified electors of Independ
ent School District No. 1, Bear Lake
county, State of Idaho :
Notice is hereby given tha* a special
election will be held on Tuesday, the
d day of February, 1909, at tbe city
bail in tbe city of Montpelier, BeHr
Lake county. Idaho, for tbe purpose of
voting on the questions as to whether
t,he board of trustees of said school
district shall bs authorized to issue
bonds in the snmof Twenty-one Thous
and dollars, to bear interest at a rate
not to exceed 6 per cent per annnm,
interest payable semi-annnally ; said
bonds to be payable and redeemable
the 1st day of Jannary, 1929.
Said bonds to be issued for the follow
First—For the purpoee of taking up
and redeeming tbe outstanding bonds
of former school districts Nos. 10 and
15 of * Bear Lake county, Idaho; the
bonds of said former districts being in
tbe sum of Ten Thousand dollars.
Second—For the purpose of complet
ing the high school bnilding of said
independent school district No. 1 and
to properly fnruisb said building for
-cboul purposes, said bonds to be in the
sum of Eleven Thousand dolUis.
The polls will be opened at 2 o'clock
p. m. and close at 7 o'clock p. m. of
C E WRKLT,
Clerk of board of trustees of Said
Independent School District No 1.
Dated this 4tb day of February, 1909.
F. G HANSEN
TO BE GIVEN AWAY I i
A new standard $55 Talking machine
is to be given away at De Clark's Pool
Room. Call at my place and hear the
machine and learn how easily you can
obtain this handsome, natural tone
talking machine free.
CIGARS & TOBACCO
I. D 6 CLARK.
NIELSEN FURNITURE COMPANY
Well known for selling: real
Good Goods at L,ow Prices
We always have on hand Imported Caskets and
Home Made Coffins, which we furnish
at one half the regular price.
' 1 I» this man's day there
jjjÿF was little chance for the chap
who starte'd out in life as a
workman with no special education. He was fore
doomed to work for small wages until finally disqualified
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tion, the International Correspondence Schools will help
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man, they will start you in a good trade half way up the
ladder and at a good salary. They do this by providing
you, in your spare time and on terms to suit your own
particular condition and circumstances of life, with the
special knowledge for which managers, superintendents,
and all specially trained men in responsible positions
receive large salaries.
A record of over 16 years of Temarkable success and
the training of thousands upon thousands of men and
women for better positions and increased earnings enables ^
î us to state positively that we can surely help YOU it "
l you really want to get ahead,
ft It costs you nothing to find
% out how we can arrange
this plan to your own indi
vidual case and circum
stances. Simply mark
and mail this coupon.
Can you afford to
miss such an
International Correspondence Schools
Bn 799, Scranton, P».
iutthef obligation o
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the p tsttiun t»elo
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