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IN CASH PRIZES AS NEW YEAR GIFTS AWARDED OUR Stork Savings Depositors A System of Accumulation that. Insures a Col lege Education for Every Child Without Cost ing You a Penny. BEGUN TO-DAY OURS EXCLUSIVELY under copyright. Call at this Bank and we will take pleasure in ex plaining its SIMPLICITY and USEFULNESS t First National Bank Montpelier, Idaho ■ j Member of The American Bankers Association G. G. WRIGHT, Vice-Pres. WM. R. ROBERTS, Asst-Cashier TIM KINNEY, President R. A SULUVAN, Cashier Î I for bath tiie city ion are the nan he pair the his on tiie but A ed is Local News Montpelier, Ida., January 19, 1912 A five room bouse for rent; call oil Mrs. Dan Hurley. Miss Dolly Adams has returned to Pocatello to attend school. A daughter waB born last Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Ezra George. A good Percheron stallion for sale G call on E. L. McClave, Montpelier. f Basket ball at Pavilion tonight, Auburn vs. M. I. A. of this city. \ A daughter was born last Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Someson, Wanted, pupils for brass band in struments. Gallon Adolph Sommers. For sale, choice Twin Falls pota toes; call on Ned Bolles. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Knnz of Bern, last Saturday. Judge and Mrs. Gough will go to Boise this evening to visit over Bun day. or reliable goods at reasonable go to J. 8. Chilton, the jeweler. À son registered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hickman last Monday. Sol Anderson of Cokeville, is so journing at the hot springs for a cou ple of weeks. Mrs. John Olson of Ovid, went to Kemmerer Tuesday for a short visit with relatives. Plenty of Rock Springs Peacock coal, lump and nut. Bear Lake Pro duce Go., phone 127-K. Mrs. Pete McClure is confined to her bed this week with a severe at tack of the gripe. ___ f Ralph Hampton returned Sunday from a three week's sojourn in Salty Lak e and Los Angeles. Chas. ErHarrls went to Boise to day on legal business. He was ac companied by Mrs. Harris. Now, bring ns that beautiful calen der picture and let us frame it nicely for you. Rinehart Studio. Manager Dalton of the G. W. & M . Go., went to Salt Lake this morning to remain over Sunday , - The "hello girls" of Montpelier « will give their third annual ball at ' th e pavil ion on the night of Feh. Stlvf" Learn the violin. For good in struction on the violin, call on A. G. Tueller at Nielsen'B jewjlry store. *?e» 2, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kent of Ward boro, are entertaininga little sort, who arrived at their home last Friday night. Kemmerer and Rook Springs coal only $5.50 a ton delivered in the city. —Williams Goal Co. Dance in the Olson Bros, hall at Ovid every Friday night, "rain or Bliine". Parents invited and lree to the gallery. Miss Myrtle Hoff went to Salt Lake yesterday ror a month's visit, will also visit with liersisteratLogtwl b efore returning She home. ^ For your abstract Work, go to the Bear River Valley Land & Abstract Company, Montpelier. Accuracy is 1 our motto. Senator Pugmire and Representa tive Allred of St. Charles, were in town last Saturday, en route to Boise to attend the speefal session of the. legislature. Yellowstone Special, is a high grade, high patent flour, always sea soned, always on hand, always gives satisfaction and always sold by Bren nan A Davis. Flue wines ami liquors, imported and domestic cigars. Mall orders given strict attention.—Boomer * Collett, Cokeville. Wvo. _'next Try the Cruikshank rooming house for furnished rooms; hot and cold water; I bath in connection. Good, clean beds. I There will be a basket ball game at ! tiie pavilion this, Friday, evening between the M. I A. team of this city and the Auburn team. Admiss ion 10 and 26 cents. Our first shipment of new spring ginghams now on display, and we are showing a very select line in all the new shades and patterns.—Bren nan & fla vin. Earl Haggerty was down from Ooke vilieacouple of daysthis. While here ' he purchased a team, harness and pair of light bobs, and drove home .Wednesday. The stork left a little daughter at the home of John Kyan last Friday. John says that, he is doing pretty well as lie now lias three queens at his ilouse. Brak email John Ryan liaH been transferred to the local freight run on the Boise-Xampa branch. HiH family will join him at Nampa about tiie first of March. All of our ladies' tailored suits on sale at one-third oif. No old stock, but all new and up-to-date styles. Suits that sold for $20, now $13.— Brennan & Davis. Lost, a 4 year old black mare, branded with chain hook on right shoulder. Reward will be given for information leading to her recovery. Address John Moni, Montpelier." 0 "Fay" Austin has been having "a deuce of a time" for the past two weeks with an abscess on bis neck. A great deal of tiie time he has suffer ed excruiating pain, but he is now feeling gome better. One of those inexpensive cameras is tbe tiling which should be found in every home; in fact few homes are now without one. Fine lot at Rine hart's Studio. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Montpelier Pavilion company, which was to have been held on Jan 10, was postponed until Wednesday night, Jan 24. Stock holders will please bear this in mind. Having leased my ranch in Ray ntond to the Mumford Bros., 1 wish to sell several hundred tons of hay and.about 35 head of horses. Must be sold at once. See Sam L. Lewis a. the Fair store. W. C. Lambert returned to Mont •'Her yesterday to accept his old position an master mechanic for tho Short Line at this place, succeeding Jack Worthley, who has been trans-* ferred to another point. Mi. Lambeid left here in October to take a position w th tho^ Utah Southern Railway, with headquarters at Price. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spidell, who are now at San Pedro, Cal., write tlia Examiner family that they are get ting along nicely, and are greatly ei: joying tiie sights in that vicinity. Mr. Spidell's health is much belt« than it was when they left here tin » months ago. He is putting in a goon deal of his time fishing, which wm always a favorite Hport for him. « ' MONTPELIER HARNESS CO (SUCCESSORS TO THE ENOS HARNESS CO) We are now open for business at our new quarter, first door west of the Sid ney Stevens implement house. We are going to restock, so are offering Harness, Saddles and Goods in General ai a Great Reduction IS According to Bishop Austin, there were 20 births in Liberty ward dur ing the year 1911. Atone home the,! stork left twins and triplets at another : home, making 17 homes in the ward •Inch were visited by the old bird/ nst year. Ben I ayng. night foreman at thel round house, is laid up with several fractured ribs and some bad bruises J The accdent happened Wednesday, nitfht. and was cauHed by Ben falliutf j from an engine on which he was do-( ! I tig some work. __ Hon. Thor Nielsen came in fron Los Angeles last Saturday mnruin; and spent the day here looking afteiV seme business matters. He went toV Boise Sunday so as to bn present at the opening of the special session of - the legislature. Anothe rrednotion itas been made in the price of flour by the Montpe lier Milling company, the retail price now being as follows: High patent, $2.l>5 per hundred; straight grade, $1 90; fancy patent, $yjQ_ ! I James Coughlin, conductor on the Boiae-Xampa run for seven years, has John Tupper has resigned his posi tion at the O. 8. L. club louse and t left yesterday for Los Angeles, where the expects to remain. He was ac companied by Guy Hayes, who will ,hask In the sunshine of Southern California for suvcrai weeks. been transferred to the Salt Lake run. ■ , , ... . . .. . Conductor Pinney will take the day Pony between BoiBeand Huntington, formerly In charge of Conductor i Rev. M. E. Lindsay will occupy the j pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and preach from the theme, "Jesus, the Light of the World". In the evening Dr. Jos Pyper.—Nampa Herald. I epi, Barton, Synotlical Superintend elll 0 r Home Missions, will he present I . ... ! a,u 1 ' au ' ' School of Expression in Oilicago, and has been upon the public platform for several years. notice. _ „ . „ , Mr Glenn Beatty, late of Palisade, Col., will in a day or two succeed O. A Roberta as manager of the tele phone exchange in Montpelier. Mr. Roberts, who has been manager here for the past three years, will retire from th e SPrviC es '„f the company. He will remain in th weeks, but at present he s undecidMÜ'«^ as to what business he will engage i© the future,...----- clifford Thortoll ftnd Missing ^ )pl)e u i )0 n, u f Kairview, were! marr i alf e at Paris last Fri day by county Audltor Broomhead. Th ' ^ uple hftd B ,, vely experi ence the previous day while coming from tlia Star Valley. Their sled "came with in an ace" of being caught by a snow ■ slide up Montpelier Canon. One of the several teams in tiie party was r caught in tbe slide, one horse was » killed and the driver buried beneath several feet of snow. When dug out wm by the other members of the party/ Mut was badly scared but aot hurt any. One-third off on all ladies' and children's coats for the next 39 days. Ijadies' coats that sold for $10 now *e .50. All $5 children's coats now ttl j No old shop worn stock. Availyour-j self of this opportunity toget reliabje ; goods at less than cost prices.-V Brennan A Da vis. . ' ■ i j ! ! ! j y™ / PURE DRUGS AT THE 1,0WEST prices? if so, you will make no mis take in patronizing this new and t.horoly modern store. All drugs j and medicines guaranteed according to tho purs food and drug act of 1906. We shall spare no effort to make I every customer a contented one and we trust our methods will win your confidence and your patronage. , i We carry a complete line of cigars ! * i an o a«co. I MrwI<>Pn ririta Cn I HI» iflVUvIU 1/1 Ug \AJ* , \ The Burton Mercantile Co., stored 100 tons of ice in their ice house at the rear of their new warehouse on Depot street. Their cold storage room will be fitted up in time for use next summer, and the company will then be prepared to handle their but ter and other products in good shape. Mrs. Letitia Teasdale will be hi Montpelier in the near future to give an entertainment of dramatic rend- I ing, assisted by local talent. 'IVasdale if a stndentof the Columbia ! Mrs. Watch for future INSANE ASYLUM IN GOOD CONDITION Fred Cruikshaiik returned last Sunday front Black font, had been attending the quarterly where he meeting of the trustees of the imanc i aRv|um Mr Cru|kghank alalt . H , • . ^at the institution is in excellent j condition and although the number \of inmates has increased about 50 1 (luring the past year, all are being ell eared for. There were 2(18 n. - mates lit the asylum on the first of this month. _—- ' / One improvement made the past year was the establishment of a hos pita) ward which is under the charge i of a trained nurse. This ward will, accommodate ten patients, and it is well equipped for the care of the | occupants. 1 Another improvement which is badly needed, says Mr. Crttikshank, is a ward for the criminal insane, of which class there ate several in the institution. The asylum farm, orchard and garden yielded immense crops last year. A little over 7,000 bushels , . , , , . . of grain were threshed, the output B . r of wheat being sufficient to make enougli flour to run the asylum for more than a year. The acreage of grain will be increased this year and if a normal yield is secured they exp *, t to harvest over 10,000 bu . . - .. • -— " Tlle ladlHH of Montpelier needn't bother any more almur wasiiing t.lieir „ . , ... . . School opened after Uie Christmas holWa y B w . it j h i everyone tooling, fln-t j rate ' t '»P 6ci ** 11 y thfi t '" ftch « re ' J'" 1 )?'"' | from th " tl,ey haV " bee ' 1 «ate"pleased to enroll amou: hiRh Hcho(ll students, Mam Haggle, Verdi© Barkdull and Ke* n eth Ball tiie latter from Alexande, Jdaho___X" An answer to a challenge sent t. hair and then having to wait for an hour or more for it to dry. They can go to the Palace barber shop, get their hair washed better than they can do it at. home and have it quickly dried 1 by the electric hair dryer, which' Messrs. King & Gros jean have just installed, ladies can call any after- [ noon or evening after 7 o'clock. V^WTR. HWft n e w w w w orfir /ro;ii Paris Tuesday soliciting financial uid from Montpelier business men in help pay the balance due on the riglit, of way for the Montpelier-Parls branch of j the Short Line. There is something like $1400 still due property owners along tiie line, and the Paris citizens who had this matter in charge, are j having a hard time in raising the money with which to meet the obli- I gation. Louis A. Bailey, who took charge of.the business of the Enos Harness Go , when Mr. EnoB made an assign ! ment in December, went to Salt lake last Monday to resume his duties ns traveling salesman for the Los Angt ! les Saddlery & Finding Co. During ! the six weeks he was in eharge, Mr. j Bailey got the business of tjie Enos j I , . . , „ , i Company in la rlv good shape. Much ! „ 1 / . B i i of the stock was disposed of at a re I duction Bale and the balance, togetlier I with a11 fixtures, was sold last, week , to the Read Harness Go., of Ogden, \ at about 67 cents on the dollar. Mr. Bailey also collected many of the ac- . counts due the Enos Co., anti most of the accounts yet due will be paitl during the next 60 days Before leaving Mr. Bailey expressed th« belief that the creditors of the Enos Go., will receive approximately 50 cents on the dollar. The Head Harness Co., will coil tlnue the business in the present loca tion, Hoover's old drug store buikl I ' n K' " m - ^• ve ' n c ' 1Hr ^ e ' The branch store which was started ! hy Mr. Enos at G«ikeville, was pur chased by some parties there and the business will be continued under the management of Carl Tlmmerick, who has been in charge since the opening of tiie 1, rancit there. Montpelier High School Notes. the Kemmerer high school basket ball team has been received and i was decided to play in Kemmerer on February 3rd, and at Montpelier bout three weeks later. I The high school team will play « eturn game with the M. I. A. Jut ors in the pavilion, Friday night. Jan, Jan. 19th and they intend "in do'em up brown" this time. ) Everyon/ is working hard in prep nratidn for the semester exams which begin next week. "Btsli" Hoff was visiting with us again last Tuesday. The girl's basket hall team seen to have frightened all other teams ». they Itave been unable to schedul any games. They are improvln wonderfully and aro anxious to nice, i he Pocatello team again anti show them how to play. «I LOOK F0B T TH38!0Nf ' [ ZB EAST 3*>S0. / Ls AU LAI« CITY 1 füiU:l As many people were, on accou> f the storm, unable to see Dr. AI. > nder when h*- was here last weel e has decided to make another tr h the near future. See next week i sue for exact date. 4» * * Of Of I* * 14/ V|| »Ü VÜ THE EXAMINER ft EÜ I \ % * ill iü iü iü ill \Jft ft 1^ ft ffl ft ffl f|Al ft ft ft N|l Ifl Has doubled the circulation and givs nearly double the amount of reading matter each week of any other paper in Bear Lake County iü Ui iü iü ill ili ili *!i ili ili SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR iü All classes of commercial job printing neatly and promptly executed in the ili ft ili ili ili Ifl m i Ms i ffl ft ft ift in iü iü iü Department Examiner Job 1Ü 'll 1Ü ili 1Ü *ü ft iü 1 * iü IMMM*******************««*****»*»»? ©f ift ÎÜ ift ^ Mr 0i W iü _ u* m Ift g, ^ ^ (fj * ft iü tü «Ü iü m IÜ CLEAN UP SALE iü lü * iü _ ft | as -fl ft —*■ IÜ iü During the next two weeks we want to make a general cleaning up of our winter stock. It is our time to sacrifice and your time to save. We want to dean up all broken lines of winter stocks; all odds and ends in staple goods before our inventory time; in fact we want to clean up all surplus stock in every section of our store. You will find a good assortment of seasonable merchandise in every department which we offer to you at profitless prices as we do not want to carry these goods over. iü m * s 't' iü iü iü iü W iü iü iü T IÜ iü m iü iü m IÜ * ÎÜ iü * iü m IÜ 'S iü 'S Mose Lewis Department Store iü iü 't' iü 'fl iü ft iü ft IÜ ft iü ft / & ft iü ft iü ft iü ft I Is Your Flour Right? Is it the kind that brings you the . ame good results EVERY TIME? ! jt k j lld t hat makes your friendlt „„y, ««Oh, how good your bread » and delicious? you always order "Same as last?' always so white, light Is it so good that It it isn't all that, it isn't right. I it isn't right, it isn't ours, just get a sack that IS ours and note the di fercn<;e. Try il _it is not only better, bui it goes farther. Ask your dealer, for our products 'Tis local cuterpris*. We guaran tee satisfaction. Montpelier Milling Company Telephone 29 We have reduced fie price of Kem lerer and Rock Springs Goal to $5 a n at tiie car or $5.50 delivered auy in the city.—Williams Goal er THE N W JEWELRY STORE OPPOSITE FIRST NATIONAL BANK II DIAMONDS. WATCHES AND FINE TEWELRY 1 1 O. S. U. WATCH INSPECTORS Stores at Evanston and Green River, Wyoming;, Sparks, Nevada, and Montpelier, leaho. h 11 EDHOLM & AKIN CO. j Persons troubled with partial j»raly sis are often very much benefited by massaging the affected parts th >rol when applying Ueamherlain'sLinimei) This liniment also rén ovés rheumatic ns ins. For sale by the Modern Dm* G«-. Lui. < Denver Excursion January 13 . Via Oregon short, t.iii Pacific for N «how. .ary 28U-. ' .trthei particulars. Uniqn ational W«*stern Stock Low rates with limit of Jan •nts for rates and For relishle goods at reasonable >i ices gwu> J. S.Gh ilion, t he jeweler. uanoiAiwn ^Mfur-hOUa'iy.