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At age 65 only 5 out of each 100 have anything more than their daily earning» If yon think it hard to save money now, while you are earn ing a fair income, how will it be when your earning power grows less? yi & it Start an account at THIS BANK, conserve your in come, and fix yourself to be one of the 5 in your 100 X£be Jfirst IRational 3Bank of ADontpeUer, HOabo CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $60,000 E. A. BURRELL, Vice-President TIM KINNEY, President R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier T Î Local News 1 Montpelier, Idaho, Feb. 12, 1909 v grocery store delivers tie j aud A1 Thiel From Feb. 13 to March 1, we will give a special discount of 20 per cent for Cash on all goods in our store. Nielsen Furniture Co., Montpelier. Chas. E. Harris. Notary Public. Clark's goods. Mesdames Hobt. dee visited the past week with relatives in - —_ r'i tirs. Henry Spidell went to Loganjj.— last Friday for a three week's visit with Cukeville Buy a piano box of Ceo. O. Walton for your coal or grain. relatives. For sewing machine needles call on Enos. Phone Clark's store for anylhing in the grocery line and the order will he promptly delivered. Wm. Hughes had the degree of "dad" conferred upon him yesterday by the arrival of a little daughter at his home. Fresh bread, pies, cakes, etc. at the R >se Hotel. -rMTss'Ennua Spongberg will retur tomorrow night from a five week fisit at Salt Lake and Los Angeles. j President Shepherd,.Counselor Wm. L. Rich and Bishop Clark were Salt Lake visitors several days this week. Ten per cent off on all orders during February by Mullens, the tailor. Mrs. Phil Hanak is in Burley this week with the /iew of securing the Vuunagement of the new hotel there. ""Mrs. Ben Fitzpatrick is h one from their ranch on the Minidoka tract, where she has been for past. The Montpelier Milling Co., is now paying the highest cash price for wheat. A. M. Hill and "Bishop" Olsen, two of Cokeville's prominent citizens, in Bear Lake's metropolis several days this week. Suits from $27 up; pants from $7 np, with ten per cent off. tailor. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gardner were call ed to Pocatello last Saturday by the death of the lattei's brother, A. W. Jones. _.— FredSarbach, Sr., has the contract f >r the masouery wofk on Mose Lewis' block, and Cbas. Hnff will do the Jar) enter work. From Feb. 13, to March 1, we will give a special discount of 20 per cent for Cash on all goods in our store—Nielsen Furniture Co., Montpelier. were See Mullens, the i ew I Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a. In. and 7:30 p. m. Sun-\j day school at 10 a. m. and Christian Endea?or 8t 6:45 p - m ' a ( For all kinds of sheet music go to JFalton's store in the Hoover building. Mail orders promptly filled. The ladies of the Catholic chutcb promise all a good time who attend t heir dance at the pavilion next VVed hL_ TicketsJL_——- - The Home Dramatic company is voiding frequent rehearsals now and hopes tobe able to preseut "Little Ala-, in ahauLtW' weekB. _" Plenty of money te loan on improved farms. Long time and easy payments. Apply to Walter Hoge, Paris, Idaho. Fireman Shoemaker is laid np at Kemmerer with a badly sprained back, caused by jumping from his engine last Monday, while "bucking" snow. From Feb. 13 to March 1, we will give a special discount of 20 per cent for Cash on all goods in our store.—Nielsen Furniture Co , Montpelier. For Sale—Two acreR of choice build ing ground, one half block north of high school bnildiug. Inquire of Ned Boll is. new t i ^Dr Yoong, Union Pacific surgeou at \sJlock Springs, was in Montpelier Tner ■flay, «Sä*Mi*oring-4o purchase a team of good drtViug horses. He only found horse ftAt suit* d his fancy, which he p lVcbaeed for 1200 from Roy Stuart.^, one it •e to n the .f on H P. Zimmerman will be in Mont pelier on Thursday, Feb. 18, to buy good horses or mules. Bring your stock in and he will try und do business with yon /"Miss Constance McIntosh went to Boise last Monday for a two week'* visit with Miss Ethel Conghlin. Sh< will also visit a conple of weeks in Sal' j Lukp before returning home. •'The rotary snow plow was called iutr service the first of the week in the vicin-i ity of Kemmerer. The tracts were: cleared Tuesday and the plow return* dj RyPoeatello Wednesday morning. -J "A 1. /With all the buildings in progress that have already been contracted for,, tihere will he employment in Mont/ peli"r this summer for every mechanic ,an 1 laborer who wants to work^. Mr. and Mrs Lorenzo Burgoyne weqe passengers on the E'ks' excursion train from Salt Lake Inst Saturday for Lets Angeles. They will spend a month it the land of palms aud orange groves. 1 i î of Complete stock of Drugs, Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Wines and Liquors at Right Prices are two Good Reasons why yon will find it to your adyantage to trade at this store. When you want satisfaction try us—we are the Home of Good Goods. The Modern Pharmacy CK BRENNAN & DAVIS BLO Robert, the 17-year-old son of John Wuthrioh, who was operated on Iasi; Sunday for appendicitis, is getting along nicely. The operation was per formed by Dr Poyntir, who was as sisted by Dr. Kiug. Albert W. Jones, Sr. died at his home in Pocatello last Saturday night, from the result of a naralytic stroke. Deceased was a brother of Mrs. George Gardner of this city, and a number of years ago resid ed in Paris. I The books for the public librar Which were purchased with the pre /ceeds from Tag day, have arrived an will be ready to give ont tomorro* afternoon. There are about 100 voll J nmes and include some of the latest] standard novels and suitable hooks.JoM be little fo i b8 --' ' 1 '^hop Clark will hereafter give his personal attention to the grocery store in the old Riter building and will carry a complete stock of staple and ( groceries.) All orders'prffhiptTy deliver ed to any part of the city. Mr. Clark is also agent for the celebrated Sharpies Tubular cream separator. DrPRICES Cr ^m Baking Powder 2s the most efficient and perfect of leavening agents* MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR No alum, lime or ammonia. From Feb. 13 to March 1, we will give a special discount of 20 per cent for Cash on all goods in onr store.—Nielsen | njtqreOo., Montpelier. _ he dedication oî the new L. D. S. Fm "ZTn meeting house at Cokeville, which was to have taken place lest Friday, tyas postponed until today. President Shep herd and quite a number of members of the Montpelier church went there todaj to assist in t \ rises.- The new chemical engine, secured by the fire department in exchange for the old engine, arrived Wednesday front the factory. It is a cracker-jack little machine and the wisdom of its purchas« ( »ill doubtless be proven the first tiny it is called iuto uae.-— r The snow storm which visited Beai ake last Sunday night and Monda, »as the kind old timers say they bn> here quite frequently in the early days It was a dandy, anyway, as it insure in abundant water supply for the com ng season. Tne suowfall during th torm is variously estimated at from i2 to 18 inches. Word was received at. the local office it the Short Line last Friday, says th Halt Lake Tribune, that the two extn lains which will be operated betweei ihicago and Portland dining the sum mer have been christened. They wil •e known as Nos 1 aud 2 "Oregon Limited." The trains are being put 01 to accommodate the extra traffic for tin Uaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, which n to beheld in Seaitle. The lines oyet which the trains will be operated are the Union Pacific, Oregon Short Line .«id the Oregon Railroad & Navigation comp any, '___ . Local insurance agents have received: rbe new rate book which was recently stablished for Montpelier by the Board .f Fire Underwriters of the Pacific oast. The new rates, which went into flect on December 9; show reductions on insurance all the way from $2.50 to ,20 per $1000. These reductions in rates ire due to the installation of the water system and establishment of a volunteer j 1. system fire department. The new rate, while -mall in some instances, will on thei whole save the business men of Mont j relier a considerable sum each year on/ their insurance. i Last Saturday morning in the Catholic church at Pocatello Father Vau der jDonckt united iu marriage Mr. Lon î Stegnerand Miss Fannie Hanson, two of Montpelier's well know n and highly respected youpg people) The affair was a very quietone, only Mrs. Stegner, mother of the gioom, and Mrs. M. J. Davis, witnessing the ceremony. Mr. Stegner is an employe of the Short Line, holding the position of passenger I rake man on the Montana division. The happy conple immediately began house keeping in Pocatello in a home which the groom had previously furnished for the nffl-ftnion -\ The Knights of Pythias Issued invita tiens this week to their grand anni versary ball and banquet to be given in the pavilion Friday night, Feh, 19. A glance at the menu indicates that the banquet tables will be provided witn an abundance of those delicacies which tickle the palate of man. Fragrant havanas will be on tap in the smoking room for the men who enjoy them, the ladies will be treated to delicious choco lates and punch will be seryed during] the evening to all who care to partake.! The committees iu charge are sparing no efforts to make it the most' elaborate social affair ever given by Idanha lodge! of Public School Nctes. The high c-chool students have ctaaige of all the school notes... dl ✓-'The students of the high school ai the pupils of both the Lincoln and Washington buildings will celebrate the 100 anniversary of Lincoln's birth day on Friday. Appropriate programs J are being prepared and mo3t of the robins have been artistically decorated with hunting, flags, ani pictures of 1 Lincoln. They present a very patriotic ^ „ \ The P"P 1,B of thp flecour! « m the ^ oln building have framed several fane,.Retire, of both Lincoln and Washlng Miss Mason's pupils, comprising the third grade, bought a frame for the large picture of Lincoln which was IT'S SAFE TO SEND THE CHILDREN to this drug store for anything you need in our line, 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 a3 by the pure drugs we use and the accuracy with which we fill prescriptions. They'll get the given them. The picture is now fram and hanging in their room, 1 The P n P i,s of the SPeond « ra,ly iu the .Washington building ace making ;P re tty little souvenirs, which the) in tend to present to their parents on Lincoln a birthday. The members of the third grade iu the Washington school are making neat little booklets containing stories and pictui es of Lincoln's life. The thirl, fourth and fifth grades of the Washington school will have their Lincoln's biithday program together, The second and third grades will have valentine boxes at the Washington ^ehool on K riday The program at the High School for incoln's birthday will consist of .Several essnps and readiugson Lincoln's life; Lincoln's address at Gettysburg, read by Mr. Sanders; and the reading of the Emancipation Proclamation The unveiling of a bust of Lincoln will also be a prominent feature. The pupils of the manual training department are turning out some ex »optionally floe work, which will be sent to the fair at Seattle next summer. The first grade of the Washington building has completed the large flag 'which has been under construction for Several weeks. RITER BROS. DRUG GO morning. I Robert Wuthriok, who was recently bperated on for appendicitis, is improv ing. A very good attendance is reported at all the schools in spite of the recent snow storm. > The high school library has just reeieved an addition of several new Mannal Training/Primary Nature, and the works of twenty-one different poets The library now consists of abont 800 volumes. The following subjects have been added to the regular high school course: commercial law, commercial arithme tic, business methods, vocal aud instru mental music. Civil government has been taken up |by the eighth grade. 1 The class in physics has been conduct ing some experiments in the labratory .'during the last few days. Tne subjects taken np were heat and liquids. | Notice of Bond Election. To the qualified electors of Jndepend ent School District No. 1, Bear Lake county, State of Idaho: Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held on Tuesday, the 23rd day of February, 1909. at the city hall in ths city of Montpelier, Bear Lake county, Idaho, for the purpose of voting on the questions as to whether the board of trustees of said school district shall be anthorized to issue bonds in the sum of Twenty-one Thous and dollars, to bear interest at a rate not to exceed 0 per cent per annnra. interest bonds to the 1st day of January, 1929. Said bonds to be issued for the follow ing purposes: First—For the purpose of taking up and redeeming the outstanding bonds of former school districts Nos 10 and 15 of Bear Lake county, Idaho: the bonds of said former districts being in the sum of Ten Thousand dollars. Second—For the purpose of complet ing the high school building of said Independent school district. No. I and to properly fnruisb said bniiding for school purposes, said bonds to lie in the sum of Eleven Thousand dollars. The polls will be opened at 2 o'clock p. m. and close at 7 o'clock p. in. ot said day. able semi-annually; said payable and redeemable 1 A C. E Wright, Clerk of hoard of trustees of Said Independent School District No. 1 Dated this 4th day of February. 194)9 Attend the dance at the pavilion tomorrow night Tickets only 50 cents n************************* £ a B a * * I % * F. C. HANSEN That's All St * Vi * * « n * ; * * ■ ■■ * , * * 1 M¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ TO BE GIVEN AWAY I I 2 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 tope talking machine free. i ? POOL, BILLIARDS, CIGARS & TOBACCO 9 f I. D6 CLARK, n NIELSEN FURNITURE COMPANY MONTPELIER. 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