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♦ ♦ A College Education for Every Child « q—I crp/r\ System of Savings Will accomplish this. Call and we will explain First National Bank Montpelier, Idaho TIM KINNEY, President R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier G. G. WRIGHT, Vice-Pres. WM. R. ROBERTS, Asst-Cashler T r Local News Montpelier, Idaho, July 21, 1911 Do not fail to see the piano on dis play at Preston 4 Roberts store. "Mrs. M. Malone returned yesterday from a short visit In Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. George Dana went to Boise Monday for a week's visit. Mrs. Dick Whalen of Pocatello, is visiting with Montpelier relatives. Say, •one-two-nlne' to central when you want a load of "That Good Coal". Engineer Vance visited with Boise friends a couple of days this week. J. N. Downing is looking after things down on his Milner ranch this week. Mrs. J. L. Lane of Kemmerer, visited the past week with Mrs. Chas. Hager. FOR SALE CHEAP, two lots two blocks north of high school.—Win. Hughes. K. F. Riter is up from Logan look ing after, the interests of the Riter Bros. Drug Co. Everything you want in Eastman Kodaks and supplies at the Rinehart Studio, Montpelier, Ida. Miss Mable Hess of Logan, is visit ing in the olty, the guest of Mrs. Riley Harkdull. If you wish to keep cool, call 86-K. Ice delivered to any part of the city. — F. J. Glenn. Mrs. John Scott of Malad, and the Misses Margaruite and Lavoti Scott of Ogden, are visiting with relatives. tf. The Montpelier second-hand store wants all of your second-hand furni ture and ranges. They pay caah. Mrs. A. D. Gough returned Wed nesday from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Barrett at Twin Falls. --4 or Nielsen and family are enjoy ing their usual summer's outing at Glencoe, on the shores of Bear Lake, the beautiful. The Lady Maccabees are requested to pay their monthly dues to Mrs. Chas. E. Harris during the absence of Mrs. Henry Sptdell. Fd Lewis and family from Alton last Thursday, and went \ to Pocatello the first of the week for. a short vlsis with relatives._-■*' The local option election in Canyon county has been called for Sept. 6, the same day on which the election will be held in Bannock county. / The stork paid its 13th visit at the* f home of Jim Crane last Monday morn ing and left a little son. All of the 13 child ren are li ving but one. _ ^ Mrs. Jack Kelly and children left Wednesday fora two month's visit with relatives in Opnada. Mr. Kelly will join them there next month. Frank Bourne, Andy Kennedy ai d Elmo Haggerty, with their wive», left Tuesday,for a week's fishing and hunting trlpkm the Blackfoot river. An elegant brass bed is the article to be given away at the July drawing by the Vincent Furniture Co. Priées the lowest and best quality guaran teed. Miss Maud WHIIgms is now chief operator at the telephone office, and Miss KathleenJ^'Chnnor has taken Miss William's place as night oper ator. Charles E. Harris, Henry Douglas, H. ft. Whitman, Mrs. J. N. Toner, M. T. C. Mashhurn and Messrs, and Mesdames Richard Groo and E. A. Pease attended the funeral of the late W. W, Chapman at Logan, Tues day, came over Try the Ouikshank rooming bouse for furnished rooms; hot and cold water; j bath in connection. Good, clean beds, Ike Spiers went to Afton Tuesdav/ to work on the forest reserve teleJ 1 plume line, which is being construct/ j ed from there to the Gray's river??,. country. Tl Fihe wines and liquors, imported aud domestic cigars. Mail ordeijs given striot attention.—Boomer Collett, Cokeville, Wyo. t , m Uike Tuesday for a two week's visit During her absence her store will lie in charge of the M.sses Andersob ana tladley. I The best is none too good* Hilld ' Bros' coffee, tea, baking poWder, ex-1 tracts and spices are the best,. SolcJ Mrs. J. W. Whinyates went to '.by E. M. Stewart, the grocer, Mrs. H. W. Hungerford and child ren, except Cecil and Oliver, left Monday for their future home at Ida- ! ho Falls. The two boys will join the family there about the first, of Aug- I , . ... _ ., ! A party consistlngof Henry S P .dell W C Davis wife and two sons left ' V * Jr J , ° ? 2 : overland, Tuesday tor a trip hroufh the Yellowstone park. They will be . gone about a mouth. ust. The Montpelier second hand store wants all of your second-hand furni ture and ranges. They pay cash. j , . , T , in from New Plymouth Tuesday. Mr». Eastman and the babies will Bernard Eastman and family came visit at the Underwood home for a month, during Mr Eastman's lib e ce in the east on business. —I —Türs. jofih Rasmussen of Nampa, is Wlsl ting with Montpelier r elatives. -' John is nowTrT the hospital at Salt Lake, where he was recently oper ated on for appendicitis. Hit is get ting along nicely and will be able to leave the hosptital in about a week. If you want a REAL GOOD pocket Tidioute knife, call and examine the assortment. This brand of cutlery is .used exclusively by the U. S. Navy. —G. Spongberg. Sportsmen, the hunting setlson is here and we are prepared for it with a large and well selected sjook of guns and ammunition. Any shell you want can be had at MoLcnnan's hardware store. We call the attention of hoj-semen to the ad of Geo. L. Goulding 4 Co., Which appears elsewhere ih this |#gu#. This firm will conduct a big sale of range horses at Rawlifia, Wyo. ou August 7 and 8. If you have any stock to sell or wish to buy guy of that class of horses, it will pay you to attend thisTale. ^—.___ / The O. S. L. shops at Pocatello are now working a full crew of men six .days in the week, for the first time 1 In nearly six months. The new or der went Into effect last Saturday, and the business men and Citizens generally are feeling good ovef It, as It means a largel y increased pay r oll. Don't forget that we carry the Coles hot blast ranges and heaters, also the Arcadia, Monarch and other makes of standard ranges. You caij havt your choice of most any style at Ü MoLennan's. Mrs. R. W. Gee and son Sherwood returned Monday evening fr month's sojourn in the east. ' Aftei attending the wedding of Lieut Cleveland C. Gee and Miss Kathlei n Conolly, which occurred in /Brook lyn on June 20th, they visited in New York, Washington and othei eastern cities. George E. Hungerford, who sold "Wear-ever" aluminum cbokim utensils here last spring, Is In tow. from Kansas City, Missouri, ea rout to Idaho Falls, where his folks ar now residing. He has been mingin, n picture shows in th east.— Poea rello Tribune, July i& "Wbuldn'; that oork you. om a I H. JC. Coles, general salesman for | the Elias Morris 4 Sons Co. of Sait. Lake, who sbent the past week here, reports having sold a fine Barre Granite monument to Mrs. E. T. Shepherd of Siiaron; also marble monuments to Mrs. Chas. Schmid and Joseph Wilcox of Montpelier and George M. Pugin I re of St. Charles. I An industry of no smätBmpeetante' in Bear Lake county, is the shipping /of veal and pork to the Wyoming coal towns. Nearly every day dur ing this season of the year there is shipped out or here by express on No. 6, from two to a dozen dressed veals and hogs. They go to supply the imarkets at Kemmerer, Green River jftfjd R ock Sp rings.___._._-—J When in need of any liquors, wines, domestic or eastern beer, send mail orders to Haggerty 4 Co., Coke ville, Wyo. quality desired. Orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. your State quantity and Pete Olson and John Stoner estab lished a high record in their from Cdkeville to Ogden Wednesday of last week with a Velie car. They left here at 9:05 a. in., having made the run from Cokeville in one I our and thirty minutes, and at fl o'clock that evening they were eating supper in Ogden. Blacksmith's Fork canyon, resting in Ogden for an hour or they drove on to Salt Lake. They went by way of After more We have received direct from Scot land a fine assortment of flies and leaders. The astvo selected by Mr. M knows. Get some of them while they last af Mc Lennan' «, hardwa re store. ^ Ed Rich has accepted the position of book-keeper at the Fir it. Mational rtments were alone, and he nk. j /The motor car, which was sent up /from Ogden to take the place of the pon, f- P rovet « 'o be a failure, 1 ° ar w,th a . trail,,r ««« f «nt out j ' ,in R ^. n,orn * n K and made fairly river??,. „ McCammon, hut, it bue * tet * ' coming up the steep grades on the return trip and a lo, oinotive had to be sent to pull it in. A trial trip was made Monday, without the trailer, when it was demonstrated that the motor simply couldn't climb the grades. The trouble si eins to bo that the car is geared toojhigh for hill 0 , hnblng Gn level trao £ ft dipped al at any degirod d mileg ft „ hour . The w J g gent bftck to 0gdeu Wedllegday and t , ' oU1 «t«»"' ears are again doing duty ' on *" be P* n 8 P on F ru 11 ■ We umiei-l H kand that a trial will be made with another car In a few days. / ! St. Charles, July 19.—Peter Olsen I lbed at b * s home here on July lltli, aged 71 years, after an illness of sev ! oral months. Deceased was a native fSwedenbHt came to gt Cbarl(Jh : y ago and haS raside(l here «ver since. He is survived by a wife ftnd one W Hig funeral ' erviceK . were held ftt the meetl houge on ST. CHARLES NOTES. the 13th, and many friends and forme! associates gathered to their last tribute of respect, j speakers who bore testimony to the sterling qualities of the deoeased were Bishop Pugmire, Heber C. Keetch and J. Monson. pay The Miss Edith Mattson, who broke her m some time ago is slowly improv a ing. The MiBRes Carle Hammond of HProvldence and Mary and Sarah Bai - -' tow of Logan, returned home last Sunday after a two week's visit here. HAY HANDS WANTED. Ten hay hands wanted by July 24; will also contract 250 or 300 tons of land hay, contractor to fnrnish all chinery and help. Chris en8en, Cokeville, Wyo. up ma Address Lige is of m ft * We Furnish The House Complete HI «4 ^ J » of » to lj| £ 1 ^ ™ as ^ ^ Y ™ it S ! s w Best Quality. Lowest Prices B S V ft ft ( ! 1 | j 1 * a THE VINCENT FURNITURE CO. n in ft a t MONTPELIER, IDAHO * ft * » ft 'S Expert Service Rendered in Undertaking and Embalming « a » il COKEVILLE LEANS SKINNED THE FATS Coke ville, Wyo.. July 1»— Great wa: the chagrin of the Fats when the Leans won from them the Sunday ball g.-mt by a score of IS to 13. The Fats lookeo swell in their gnady uniforme, but styh did not count in thil game. Some ot the beat features of the game were the catching of Earl Haggerty and Dick 'Roberta for their respective bines, also the batting and oaae running made by the Leans While at the bat Frank /Man received a vicions ball from the pitcher. Dr. Madero. on the bead, which knocked him down and ont for a fro mi notes; with wonderful nerve he went back into the game. Billy Morgan and Ed O'Counor, in attempting to do a funny ttnm, in ooe tume, got away with a couple of runs. Fred Roberts of the Slims, covered him self with glory by dancing a two step from base to base, making the first tally in the first game he had ever attempted to play. Pete Olsen and John Stoner were unavoidably absent aad are now payiug their tines. The game was well attended and many tears were shed over the defeat of the Fats. Last week came the sad news from Ogden that Ella Tanner, one of Coke ville's fairest and most beloved daugh ters, had passed away', following an operation for appendicitis This death, a most unexpected one, came us a sud den and painful shock to the hearts of i the people of Cokeville aud vicinity. I "Ella Tanner is . dead, they say,'' and ! then the voice of the speaker would choke with emotion and thus the sad news was borne irorn home to home until Cokeville was one large house of sorrowing. The deoeased was 26 years V age and most of her life bad be spent fa Cokeville. Prior to her demise, she was employed as book-keeper for one of the Yellowstone National Park hotels. She had filled similar positions, both here and in Salt LakeCity. Her mother resides hem with several members of the family, who will fee) deeply their great lose and who have the sincere sympathy of the entire community. The burial took place in Salt Lake City in the family burial place. Right in your busiest season when you tiavft the least time to spare you are most likely to take diarrhoea aud lose several days' time, unless you have Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy at band aud take a dose on the first appearance of the disease. For sale by Modern Drug Co. For summer diarrhoea in children al-| ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera j and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, ! and a speedy cure is certain. For sale by Modern Drug Co. la CL fmicfajÙL TO BUY DRUGS BEFORE AC QUAINTING YOURSELF WITH OUR VALUE8. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST AND WE HANDLE NOTH ING BUT RELIABLE GOODS. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. The Modern Drug Co. A PEW WORDS ABOUT SOME SATISFACTORY IMPLEMENTS INOT INI THE TRUST ACME Queen BINDERS TO THE TRADE IN GENERAL: We are selling a great number of all types of Acme Machinery in all parts of the country. They at all times give the best of satisfaction# Investigate this line of machinery before buying, it will pay. Write for circulars and catalogues. Correspond ance solicited# 5, 6, 7 and 8 foot sizes Yours truly, SIDNEY STEVENS IMPT. CO. WALTER F. STEVENS, Local Mgr# Built along mechanical lines with Strength as the main object in view. The result is a Satisfactory Implement L A few of the exclusive features: Positive knotter, adjust able reel, light draft, great capacity indestructible platform, grain sav ing elevatof s, stop packer device, steel butt adjuster, strong and simple bundle carrier, canvas tightener. ALL RIGHT IN EVERY WAY. Acme Harvesting Machine Company New Plant : ÇpPj ACME tiodaes COAST HEADER One Half Century of Satisfactory Service Always a favorite, now better than ever, with the following recent improvements: Extra long steel elevator with automatic floating elevator boxes, quick and effective platform raising and lowering device, friction drive sprocket on reel, extra heavy knuckle on elevatordrive rods HOME lark SULKY RflKE Made In 5 sizes, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 ft The Acme Self Dump Hake is oneof the Most Popular Moderate Priced Rake tin the market,. Simple and durable in construction. Truss rod braced. Separate trip ratchets tor each wheel. Inter changeable wheels, with extra long hubs, fitted with skeins which can be easily and cheaply replaced when worn, ami most economical rake manufactured. It, is the best HOME liodaes and giant MOWERS Greatest Qrass cutting machine on earth All the most modern improvements in mower construction including: .DROP FORGED STEEL PITMAN STRAPS, REMOVABLE CRANK SHAFT HEARINGS, FLEXIBLE SWATH BOARD. SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT CO. Montpelier and Preston, Idaho. Ogden and Logan, Utah. WESTERN AGENTS mmmtslamiis a Special July Qearance SALE During the balance of July we will conduct a Clearance Sale on our entire stock of Dry Goods Silks, Lawns, Domestics, Clothing and Shoes. Everything will be sold at the Greatest Sacrifice Ever Known in Bear Lake County The stock MUST or the state, for that matter. BE; CLEANED OUT and cost or our loss will not hinder in the selling of these goods. A SNAP IN MILLINERY A delayed shipment of ladies hats, all stylish and upi-to-date patterns, regular $6 to $8 values, will be sold at $1.25 to $2.25. Two bales of house lining at 4 and 4jc a yard Groceries are also included in this Clearance Sale and prices have been cut to the lowest notch. The Fair, - Sam L. Lewis | lilHH The Score was II to II. ed bv six of Last Sunday was an ideal day. for base ball, but only a few of the loyal "88rd degree fans" appeared at the local diamond to answer the base hall summons. Soda Springs was the offering ami they starred off by ( scoring four times on one lonely single, every Montpelier player who had a chance at the ball making an error. Montpelier secured one earn ed run in the first inning. The visit ors were shut out. in the second aud ! Montpelier added two more to their 1 credit. In the third the score was In | creased by one on eakh side. In the next four innings the visitors were j treated to "goose eggs," while Mont 1 pelier had chalked up seven more runs and the score stood 11 to 5 in favor of the home guards. The Fizz wafer boys were ready to quit as they thought Montpelier had the game cinched and It was nearly train time, anyway. But when informed that they had plenty of lime to play two more innings, a hal t ling streak seem ed to come over them and, aided bv numerous errors on the part of Montpelier, they succeeded in getting six men across the home plate in lie eighth, thus tietngthe score. Ndther side scored in the ninth and ihc game ended with score standing II to 11. Montpelier had an elegant chance to break the tie in the ninth, liu; Tailed, The bases were full and two in» down, hut the third man at the hat like Casey of old, fanned out, Chas K Reese umpired the game and did fairly well for his first at tempt at this difficult, stunt for many years. Some of his decisions wei wild, but each side suffered about alike in this respect and none of them were had enough to cause any wrang ling. , The small attendance was due largely to the fact that the chicken season opened on Saturday and scores of people were out hunting and fish ing. The fact that there Is no roof on the grand stand also kept a good many ladles away, as It is anything imt^deosant for them to have to sit. and . J M ■ —* Palace Barber Shop KING;« GROSJEAN, Prop#. — , •«*, u*«u in# puDiic prosecutor, sends out every week more annln.