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Û Beginning the New Year Open an Account with us : • ^ a Wh have larger Capital, Surplus aud financial Responsibility than all the other banks combined in southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming. Our modern methods, unsurpassed fa cilities and years of practical banking experience are at your service Our Savings Department îb also under United States Government We pay five per cent interest, compounded semi-annually protection. We Bank; On V ou Vou Bank With Us First National Bank Montpelier, Idaho TIM KINNEY, President R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier G. G. WRIGHT, Vice-Pre». WM. R. ROBERTS, Asst-Cathier » T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, May 19, 1911 New spring oxfords and slippers at Whitman's. Gypsine, the sanitary wall finish at Riter Bros. Drug Co. Mrs. John Huber of Pocatello, is visiting witli Montpelier friends. Everything for the Automobile at McLennan's hardware stor. Twenty41ve head of good horses for sale reasonable.—Geo. O. Walton. Use gypsine wail finish in all the different colors at Riter Bros. Drug store. Two furnished rooms for rent; in quire of Mrs. W. Blaine. Attorneys Gough and Glenn were Boise Wednesday on business be fore the supreme court. Mr. anil Mrs. L. B. Case of Ogden, viBited with Montpelier friends sev eral days the past week. For sale some good work horses; inquire at R. R. V. land office. A beautiful display of furniture of all kinds can be seen at The Vincent Furniture Co; two floors. Following are the phone numbers for Drs. Guy on & Parkinson: Office 97-K, residence 110-K. For rent, a room suitable for a small cafe or office ; apply at the Rose hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lantry of Han Francisco, visited the past week at tlie home of Mr. Lantry's parents. H. Carrick was here from Roseberg, Oregon, several days the past week looking after his business interests. Paint your old buggy for $1. Riter Bros. Drug Co. will tell you how to do it. Dr. Parkinson and family are oc cupying the residence on Eighth street, just south of the Htudebaker C'o'b building. It Pays to keep your old slioes re paird as I repair them.— C. H. Fred ricks. House cleaning time is now sn. Make your old furniture like new by using Stain-floor finish; sold by Riter Bros. Drug Co. Wanted, about 800 strawberry plants and 40 blackberry sprouts. Telephone Greene, at Riter Bros, drug store. Fanoy and plain screen doors at McLennan's hardware store. Mesdames W. W. Chapman and O. H. Groo went to Gunn, Wyo., Wed nesday to visit several days with Mrs. Hayes Groo. Everytning'you want in Eastman Kodaks and supplies at the Rinehart Studio, Montpelier, Ida. R. B. Lambert went to tlie hospital in Halt Lake Wednesday for treat He was suffering intensely men L with a gathering in his left ear. Linoleums of exclusive patterns, inlaid, matting and attractive de signs at Vincent Furniture Co. A bunch of keys fdund on the street last Mondaÿ were left at this office. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for ttyis local. No need to have your overcoat on in the house wheb you use Keiunierer coal, it's all coal.—William« Coal Co. store is McLennan's hardware doing the fishing tackle business Because It is tlie How is tills? proper place to buy such 'things and prices are right. , There will be no services, at the Methodist ball next Sunday, owing to Rev. Maxey's absencertn Caldwell Sunday school will be on a visit, held as usual ) Try the Cruiksbank rooming house for famished rooms; Dot and cold water; bath in connection. Good, clean beds. Have you seen the beautiful patt rens in rugs—all kinds and sizes— prices $1.85 up, at Vincent Furn. Co. Owing to the Btress of work inci dent to the final examinations, the High School Dramatic company will not repeat its play, "The White Mountain Boy" to night. Miss Myers, at present pianist and vocalist at the Montpelier Theatre, will shortly open a music studio at Walton's music store. Those wish ing lessons, leave names at the store. The best is none too good. Hills Bros' coffee, tea, t.liking powder, ex tracts and spices are the best. Sold by E. M. Stewart, the grocer. The Whitney baby carriage is rep resented in Montpelier by the Vin cent Furniture Co. It is recognized the country over as the best. We are making a special sale on dish pans for the next week. Call and get our prices as we are going to move them, regardless of cost.— McLennan's Hardware store Mose Lewis is the latest one of Montpelier's citizens to fall a victim to the "automobile fever," having traded two city lots for Karl Hagger ty's 80 horse powej-OaklfUid oar.. . Brick-laying on Sidney Stevens Co's new implement bouse is pro gressing rapidly, and the indications are that the contractors will have the building completed by the time speci fied, July 15. Mr. Willis J. Turner of La Grande, Oregon, and Miss Martha Zumbrun nen of Montpelier, were united in marriage at Paris yesterday by Auditor Broomhead. They will re side in La Grande. Miss C. M. Olsen, teacher of piano, is located at the hotel Burgoynqi Site has had several years' experieni** and can give satisfaction. She will be glad to have those interested if. music call on her. _ — -1 fTracIfJaying on the Paris branch \vill be completed to Ovid tomorrow! night, and the track-layers ought to be able to reach Paris within ton days. It will take some time to ballast, the toad bed before train service can be established. / DrPRICEs A 7 Superiority in Strength, Purity, Wholesomeness Established: U. S. Government Reports, Highest Award World's Colombian Exposition. ! Sixty Year* the Standard, j V ■ The court, house lawn at Paris has been given a general cleaning up, the groui rW I.' IC'Xl sveled in some places and a f lilac hushes set out. The; iiumlx work lias greatly improved the ap jua ranee of the lawn.____— J. J. Taylor is in Halt Lake this week, where testimony js being taken in suits which involve the title to phosphate claims held in Idaho and Wyoming - hy the San Francisco Chemical Co. Fine wines and liquors, imported and domestic cigars.- Mail orders given strict attention.—Hoomer Æ Collett, Cokeville. Wyo. Rev. Lindsay will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian church next Sun day and regularly every two weeks thereafter, until the church here se cures a permanent pastor. After that Rev. Lindsay will devote his time toi Soda Springs and Alexander. Mr. Andrew Kennedy and Miss Tracy Haggerty, two of Montpelier's well known young people, were united in marriage in Ogden last Tuesday evening. They will return to Mont pelier tomorrow and expect to make their borne here for tile present.— A1 Thiel was in Kentmerer last Saturday and delivered to Titos. Titr mis a 80 horse power four-door Over land car, which was sold through the C. W. & M. Co. classiest little car that he lias seen in tj iis sect ion of the country. Citas. Turner of Raymond, died in this city last Saturday night from Bright's disease, with which he had been a sufferer for some time. He leaves a widow and one child to mourn his death. He was about 85 years of age. His body was taken to Raymond for burial Monday mor ing. Jed Merrill will leave tomorrow for Rocky Ford, Colo., where he will visit for several weeks with his sis ter, Mrs. C. A. Jensen. He will tl: go to Denver, where he contempla locating. Mrs. Merrill and children will go to Logan and remain with hier parents until Jed decides upon a loca tion. " \ A1 says this is the 1 en ,OH 0&?t46cÙsi, Our values the best to be had an", where. We handle nothing buit the purest drugs obtainable and wé Bell on the closest possible margin of profit. Our stock of toilet waters and perfumes is always complete and every article is attractively priced We have the choicest line o .cigars in town. The Modem Drug Co. i As evidence that a large amount of liquor is being consumed in the "dry" county of Bear Lake, we will Btate that one liquor dealer shipped into this county during the month of August last year 18 ten-gallon kegs of whiskey, to 18 different individu als, not one of whom held a govern ment license. If any one doubts this statement we can furnish them the name of the dealer, who stands ready to submit his order book as proof that the sales were made. /~The Bear Lake Power Co's plant up Paris canyon, whi'cli was damag ed by lightning last Sunday night, is still out of commission, awaiting the arrival of new coils from Omaha. Montpelier is being supplied with light from the Georgetown plant, but as there is not sufficient power there ! tl supply the entire system, the pat rpns on tlie west side of the valley Ijave had to resort 'to their old oil lamps. It is thought that the plant, will be in operation again hy tomor ro\night. The piano-forte recital, given hy jjpupils of Prof. Tueller at the First ward hall last night, was a very pleasing entortaiument. The skill displayed hy the young people in the rendition of the classical selections was surprising to many in the audi ence and each number was received with hearty applause. Several members of the Volunteer Fire Department met at the fire sta tion last Monday night and discussed plans for re-organizing the depart ment. Several of the old members have expressed a desire to drop their membership, hut Chief Thiel says .there will he no trouble finding new lones to take their places. Another meeting will be held next Monday night, at which time it is believed a re-organization will he perfected and plans outlined for raising funds with which to purchase some needed equipment. ."SayT ••one-two-nine' when yon want a load of "That Good Coal". to central On Thursday evening, May 25 the G ilson & Brad field company will pres ent that cool delightful farce comedy, "A Bachelor's Honeymoon" at the Montpelier Theatre. "A Baclilor's ftoneymoou" is one of the daintiest comedies ever presented oil the Ajmerican stage, and it itas had suc cessful runs in all the large cities of the east, playinga 267-nights engage ment at Madison Square Theatre in New York. Hoyt's comedies always please and "A Bachelor's Honey moon" is pronounced one of the very best of Hoyt's productions. Nothing better in the comedy line lias ever been presented in this city. At a meeting of King Solomc n lodge laHt night it was decided to celebrate St. John's Day, on June 2U, with a picnic on Pine Creek, four miles from Cokeville. All members of the Masonic fraternity, their families and members of the Eastern Star will participate in the festevities of the day. A special train, leaving here at 8 a. ni., will take the party to Cokeville, and the good people of that town will provide conveyances to the picnic grounds. One of the fea tures of the day will be a big troig dinner, the Cokeville members of tfie fraternity having promised to.supply ».sufficient number of the speckled beetles to feed a multitude. idnight Sunday night this, valley was visited by the worst wind, hail and rain storm that it has ex perienced for some time. The storm was preceded by a lively electrical disturbance, which put the Bear Lake Power Co's, plant at Paris out of com mission by burning out several coils in the dynamo. This put the city in darkness and shortly aftewards light ing struck Charlie Pearce's barn, in the east part of town, setting it allre. It was some time before those who responded to the alarm, were able to locate the fire and after much diffi culty the hook and ladder truck was gotten to the scene. The down pour of rain prevented the ftames from gaining much headway, and the few iwlio braved the Storni had hut little trouble in putting the fire out. The ijamage to the stable was very light. Mayor Hoff requests the Examiner to remind the citizens of Montpelier that there is an ordinance prohibit ing stock from running at large in the city limits, and that the ordinance is going to be enforced. The "kids'.' are also reminded that there is a cur few ordinance, which they wiil he expected to pay some heed to itere 3 ter. The people are also requested bear in mind that there is a law prohibiting the throwing of paper or ijhbbisli of any kind in the streets of the city. The Mayor father requests the Examiner to remind the owners of dogs that tax on their canines will be due on June 1st. The dog census Of Montpelier hasn't been taken late ly, but it is certain that if the tax was paid on every dog in town, the oity's exchequer would bo enriched to the amount of nearly $5tK). The tax is «8 on male and $5 on female dogs. Get ready to pnngle up when the collector comes around. Abi "A Bachelor's Honeymoon. On Wednesday night May 24, at the Theatre Gilson & Bradfleld will present Mr. Dwight A. Meade in the great laugh producing play. Bachelor's Honeymoon." In produc ing this play the managers have re juvenated onset the greatest comedies ever written. clever, sparkling, witty lines, ami lively laughing situations; its humor is contagious and carries tlie audience upon a wave of hilarious enthusiasm. The laughing fail of tlie day, was the feature line of the criticisms in New York, where tills comedy ran for 267 consecutive performances at the Madison Square Theatre. Mr. Dwight A. Meade, who is ; being starred in tlie attraction, in a young actor of great promise. He was featured last season by Rowland & Gaskill in "A House of a thousand Candles," and the critics were unan imous in praise of his wonderful in terpretation of the character of "Bates." In "Bachelor" Mr. Meade has found a character especially adapted to his charming personality. He is supported by a capable com pany of twelve people. With the compatY are the only real twins traveling with a theatrical produc tion, the famous Grae Sisters, who created such a sensation in Denver ,, "A Resplendent with recently by appearing on the streets, ; clad in Harem skirts. One woman in a Harem is sufficient; but two and ! twins at that, it was too much for Denver. They will be in Montpelier on Wednesday May 24. Watch for them. a ■ : 9 Before Making Your Order To Any Mail Order House i 5* You had better inspect our stock and get our prices for comparison and see how much cheaper we can sell you the goods at our Famous Store, than you can get them in the east, and then you do not run the risk of being disappointed by getting something you don't want. - p : — : M MENS AND BOYS SUITS Mmts regular f'20.00 Huils EH BROIDERIES We are selling our embroideries at big reductions as we are overstocked 9 ■ S8.75 for m 9. Boys regular $10.00 suits RIBBONS. 100 piettes ribbon in all colors, at per yard $5.00 for m lc Boys regular $r>.00 suits $1.25 to $2.50 for LADIES WAISTS 100 white lawn waists with lace and embroidery trimming, at each. . . 50C Also Shepherd chock and percale waist« at the «awe prie«*. LADIES SUITS All the latest styles in ladses suits, in all the newest fads, a suit. $9.75 Ladies, these suitsare the very latest styles, they are a bargain at fir. each. This is a special olfer for May only. » CORSETS A beautiful line of corsets in all of the latest models low as. .. . 75c pair A full linn of Kabo corset« from $1.25 to $2.00 a pair; «*v«*ry pair guaranteed. SHOES. SHOES. A beautiful line of new shoes and slippers for men, boys, ladies and girls, as low as... . • $1.25 a pair Rompers for Boys and Girls Boys and girls rompers, in all colors, made from the best gingham. Just like on the doll in our show window, only eash LADIES HATS All the latest styles in hats at from These hats cannot be trimmed for the prices we are selling them, creation and are trimmed us good as hats that you pay to or three times ns much for at other places. Don't wait too long for for they are soiling fast. $1.00 to $5.00 25c They an* tlie latest, Baby Bonnets, trimmed beautiful ly, while they last at each 35c Camping hats will be given away free during May and no purchase required to get a hat. SAM L. LEWIS, THE FAIR STORE 1 ■ The Painter Knows Your painter will tell you that we are headqurters for the best painting materials, linseed oil (that you can rely on as extract of Flaxseed.) Pure white lead (the Southern brand with the With the Dutch Boy Painter Trade Mark) and other things of quality. Brushes, Varnishes, Stains, etc. Let us talk paint with you. =£ 3 # mm V . ■ I Im I t K? ..j u:-;, \\ Riter Bros. Drug Co. G. SPONGBERG Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Cigars and Tobacco* Wholesale and Retail Drug Sundries and Toilet Articles Call and see our new store, whether you buy or not. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. First National Bank Bld'g MONTPELIER, IDAHO PHONE 52 i JUST RECEIVED» S « A LARGE SHIPMENT OF LINOLEUM I* 'Â Exclu she patterns in Inlaid, Mattings and Attractive Designs. J 3j Largest assortment of Rugs in the city 3 All sizes, Smita's Axmi lister, Smith's Saxony Axministir, Velvet, Brussels and Grass. ^ Y 40 40 40 ^ J w ; qja a ? V w * « ^ V w 40 40 Y * « * Our Stock of Carpets is Complete * » All grades at lowest prices. A - Elegant Line of Baby Carriages Prices ranging from $3.50 to $32.00. Largest Stock of Furniture in Southeastern Idaho Up-tc- Jate designs in any style of finish; Fumed Oak, Misson, Golden Oak, Carcissian Walnut, Birdseye Maple, Mahogney and imperial. WE QUOTE LOWEST PRICES | $ Come in, no trouble to show goods a 3 THE VINCENT FURNITURE CO. f IDAHO jj * 3 * * * * ft « a Mk ! *5 « ; for for $ MONTPELIER, Sheep-shearing Plant Burned. From present indications Star Val ley's fair name is to be blotted by a cattle and sheep war. Last. Saturday some foul fiend scattered poisoned grain on the bedding ground of the Roberts Brothers sheep ami seven sheep were killed. A horse evident ly ate too much to prove fatal and lie is recovering On Wednesday the shearing filant of Will Boos up Crow Creek was burned to the ground, and evidently the same party had set lire to tile Cazier shearing plant, but after burn ing part of the floor, wall and roof tlie fire had burned itself out. Fortunately the machinery of t lie Boos plant had been stored away when tlie season was over last year. The machinery was in the Cazier plant, but apparently tlie fire lias done it no harm. No clue to the incendiary lias been found yet.—Afton Independent. J. M. Howoli, a popular druggist of Gieenshurg, Ky., says, "We use Cham berlain's Cough Remedy in our oivu household aud know it is excellent." For sale by Modern Drug Co. Wall Paper Bargains. W» have prepared and made up remnants in our wall paper stock for a special sale for one week, remnants are all bundled up, stating the amount in each bundle. Home values in tlie assortment are wortii «0 cents per roll, but they are going at 5, 10 and 15 cents fier double roll. We are determined to keep our stock clean and this is the only way to do rt, regardless of the sacrifice, choice to the first comers, are genuine—wo do as we agree, and baits thrown out to catch trade. McLknnan'l Hakiiwakk Stoiie. The First Our sales Notice For Bids. Notice i« hereby given that «enled bid« will received, until H p. in. Wed nesday, May 27, 1911, at the office of the city clerk, of the city of Montpelier, Idaho, for the construction of a fish way, to be constructed above the «lam of th«i Montpelier Water WorksSystem, according to plans and specifications on file with the city clerk. All bids must be addressed to the Mayor and City Council of the city of Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, and marked "bids for construction of fish way." The Mayor and Counc.il reserves the right to reject any and all bid«. J. GLENN, City Clerk. Frank Sick headache results front a disorder ed condition of the stomach, and cau be cured by the use of Ghainberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try it. For sale by Modern Drug Co. l- Bath Rooms in Connection — ■ : Si ! [|p: ; Palace Barber Shop KING 4k GROSJEAN, Prop..