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IN CASH PRIZES AS NEW YEAR GIFTS AWARDED OlIR Stork Savings Depositors A System of Accumulation that Insures a Col lege Education for Every Child Without Cost ing You a Penny. beohn to-day OCRS EXCLUSIVELY under copyright. Call at this Bank and we will take pleasure in ex plaining its SIMPLICITY and USEFULNESS First National Bank Montpelier, Idaho Member of The American Bankers Association G. G. WRIGHT, Vice-Pres. WM. R. ROBERTS, Asst-Cashier TIM KINNEY. President R. A. SULLIVAN, Cashier Local News Montpelier, Ida., January 20, 1912 A good Percheron stallion for sale; call on E. L. McClave, Montpelier. Several tons of wild hay for sale. Call on Mrs. Ed Grunig. A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Preston. For sale, choice Twin Falls potatoes; call on Ned Bolless J. A. Bagley was In Boise several days this week on legal business. Mrs. R. D. Boomer of Cokeville, was a Moutpelier visitor Wednesday. A daughter registered at the home of Ed Bird of Dingle last Wednesday, ■^he stork left a son at the home of Hyrum Anderson of Paris, on Jan. 18. •Whatever you do, don't confuse us with jtny other firm bore.—J. S. Chil ton, jèweler. D. McLennan lias been confined to his home the past week with a se vere attack of tonsilitis. Miss Emma Spongberg is confined to her home this week, nui'Hing à severe attack of tonsilitis. For good in struction on the violin, call on A. C. Tueller at Nielsen's jewelry store. Mrs. George Thiel and babies re turned last Saturday from a three month's visit with her parents at Ogden. The telephone girls' annual ball will be given on Wednesday night, Feb. 7th, instead of on the 8tli as stated last week. Dance in the Olson Bros, hall at Ovid every Friday night, shine". Parents Invited and free to the gallery. f Win. McLennan returned Wednes V|ky from a three week's pleasure trip to Portland, Vancouver and other - points on the coast. Mrs. Laura Hays left the eity last week, but she failed to leave her fu ture address with a half a dozen or more creditors in town. For your abstract work, go to the Bear River Valley Land & Abstract Company, Montpelier. Accuracy is our motto. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Downing enter tained ajjolly bunch at a "Dutch lunch" Wednesday night, after their return'Trom the Ovid dance. The commissioners of Nez Perce county have called an election to de termine whether or not that county shall remain in the "dry" column. Bear Lake county will receive $1795.50 from the semi-annual appor tionment of the state school funds. The school population of this county is 2974. Learn the violin. 'rain or Remem! he two important items, promptness atjd care; our practice is to do both. fact, we take care of our patrons\il( the proper manner.— J. S. ChiltotY Jeweler. Our first shipment of new spring ginghams now on display, and we are showing a very select Une in all tw new shades and patterns.— Bren nen A Davis. J. A. Hess was upfront Salt Lake several days tbiB week on business. He reports that Salt Lake is very quiet right now, but the indications are that the coming season will be a lively one. One-third off on all ladres' and children's coats for the next. .'|h days. I ndies' coats that sold for <U) •■I 50. All $5 children's coattj now $3 No old shop worn stock. A vàil your self of this opportunity tog*t reliable g ,>kIs at less than u «.renuan * Davis. prices.— Try tbe Cruiksbank rooming h^H for furnished rooms; hot and cold hath in connection. Hood, clean F. W. Myers, stenographer in H forest supervisor's office, was called to Albuquerque, New Mexico, last Sunday by the serious illness of his mother. He will remain about two months. Ladies desiring to learn the latest system of designing, cutting and fit ting dresses, should call upon Mr. H. Leff, room 7, Brennan & Davis block. See the annouceinent elsewhere in this issue. ' O. P. Vannat.ta, who has been one of the operators here for the past, three years, went to Nampa Tues day, where lie lias been assigned to one of the day tricks in the Short Line office. The Montpelier Harness Co. will move from the old Hoover building to the room at one time occupied by the Enos Harness Co., the first, door east, of H. B. Whitman's store. Having leased my ranch in Ray mond to the Mumford Bros., J wish to sell several hundred tons of hay and about 35 head of horses. Must he sold at once. See Sam L. Lewis at the Fair store. Miss Lillian Spongberg visited the past, week wyth her parents. She lias resigned her position as stenog . rap ierwm t e Studebaker Co. in . alt Lake and will go to Boise where si e las a position. _— The home of Hyrum D. Clark at Auburn was destroyed by fire on Sunday, Jan. 15. Practically alKwflof the furniture was saved but house was e ntirely consumed. Mr. Clark's loss is about $30110. All of our ladies' tailored suits sale at one-third off. No old stock, hut all new and up-to-date siylesJ^B^ Suits that sold for $2u, now $13.— Brennan & Davis' __ Rev. C. F. ..1er has aeeepte^H the call as pastor of the M K. chiircl^B in this city. Rev. Wheeler and will^H will arrive tomorrow, and service^M will lie euiuiuetedSiimlay at 11 a. and 7 OKI p. in 'Çk very I Hid y welcoiud^H Father and Mother, did you evij^B have a real good picture of your sc.^H ves? Why not come to our Studi^K and sit for soinetliing really niee^M We are doing lots of fine work for old people this winter Come noiv.H to our place. The Rinehart Studio. - o More Home Baking, | Better every way | than the ready I made foods 1 DrPRICES CREAM Baking Powder ure,Cream of Tartar Powder Made frcm\ Grapes ; RJ s W Mix J. G. Merrill of Hennington, left Tuesday for Rocky Kord, Col., being called there by a letter stating that her daughter. Mrs. C. A-. Jensen, would have to undergo a critical operation. Stie whs acenmpnnied by her son, Ambrose. Mrs. Martha Wilcox died Wednes daynlghtatt.be home of her dauglt ter, Mrs. J. A. Berry of Ward boro. Deceased was 92 years of age and death was caused from senile debil ity. Her remains were shipped to . -i Mrs. Bernard Kastman and litt e j son returned last Saturday from Cleveland, Ohio, where they had been | with Mr. Kastman for a couple of i months. Mr. Kastman will join them I ^lere in a couple of weeks and they Will go on to their home at New Ply mouth. ' ' CVcInr Fork, I'tah, y*»Bt**r(l»y, foi burial. Another leap year dance will hoi given at the pavilion tomorrow night. : I Every dance will be ladies' choice, , The ladies will pay the usual adtnisJ | bIoii of 50 cents and every gent, not 1 accompanied by a lady will have to pay 50 cents. Dancing will begin : j j ! promptly at 9 o'clock. The first ward choir will give a con. ! cert at the meeting house Thursday ! night, Feb. 1st. An interesting pro-',, gram of vocal and instrumental musics will be rendered. The proceeds will lie used in helping to pay the balance due on the organ. Admission, adults 25 cents, children 15 cents. : PURE DRCGS AT THE LOWEST prices? If so, you will make no mis take in patronizing this new and tlioroly modern store. All drugs and medicines guaranteed according to the purs food and drug act of 1906. We shall spare no effort to make every customer a contented one and I we trust our methods will win your confidence and your patronage. We carry a complete line of cigars and tobacco. ! I The Modern Drug Co* During the past week Dr. Ashley has been called upon to "set" broken limbs for the following persons: Clar ence Parker of Lanark, bone of right arm broken near the shoulder; Mrs. Walter Rich of Paris, large hone of right forearm broken near the wrist; John Brammer, engineer on the Tel luride dredge, bone of left leg broken just below the knee. --, Wednesday the six-months-oldi7 triplets of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wixoin of Sharon, were the recipients of three elegant, solid silver souvenir spoons from Governor Hawley. En graved in the bowl of each spoon w ,, re the words "From Governor Jas. Jh. Hawley" and the given name of each child. Mrs. Wixoin is very proud of the gift and the babies will course prize the spoons highly * *' |( ~ , 4 c* " ,, ,, ^ ,, »-ft « ' 1 . * , s , , 1 , "ïj _■ "j % ' y ,-r.'.r •' l ' ' '' P ' ' j ' T ^ ' I l! ' K i ( Bishop Künsten aotl Arclul ! btoey conducted services Ht 8t. An drew's Episcopal clitircli last night The object of the Bishop's 1 was'o install in charge of the church tb here. Rev. F. M. Johnson, who arriv- di i ed from Boise Wednesday, accom X l'«''i«l by Mrs. Johnson. Beginning JSf j w '" > n, * x t Sunday regular services i win h " conducted In the church as ™ j follows: Sunday school at 10 a. in., n,or hing services at II and evening Herv '<' es at, 7:30. All are cordially . I invited. * -i The snnouceinent that the pavilion j or °he»tra. would play for a dance at i Bison Bros' pavilion last Wednesday jZ: | "'Itht, attracted dance lovers from : ^ i m ' ar I.V every settlement in the county, I ^ I nearly 100 going from Montpelier, /fl M ' 1 '' h ft " was too crowded to dance ff\ w 'th comfort, but everybody seemed j ai ' r<) have, a good time. 1 ■ aeon urn visit 9 9 9 9 9 <n VV,,eM Fred H,,ns " n "Pcned his m : 'store I uestla.v morning, lie I discovered that some person 9 or per sons had entered the store during the night and helped themselves to wlmt , | 1 money there was in the cash register, : a . °' 1 ,' '2T ar * v a of which was in j nickles. Evidently money was all ! they wanted as t.he stock was not I» « 9 to m to ! lasted antf Fred says lie doesn't be ! lieve that they even took a piece of to candy. Entrance was gained by pry- I|1 mg open a window in the rear of flic building. Mr. Hansen is quite cer-it-g. »tain that the net was committed by / Iv'home talent." to 9 to At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Pavilion company, held ft? Wednesday night, the old directors to and officers were re-elected tor the ! ffi ensuing year. Nearly 800 of the 1 (MM i j m shares of stock were represented at 1 the meeting. The financial report, j _ : showed the company to in fairly to good condition. Receipts for 1911, to however, were a little less than those I to for the preceding year. This was dite J M largely to the fact thal the pavilion [ ^ to was closed fot;several weeks last year i on account of the quarantine, ami also to the electric lights being out on one or two dance nights recently. I *: Dramatic and Humorous Reading Mrs. Teasdale, assisted by local ta- m lent, will giveadrsmaticand humorous ! .L I reading at the First ward hall Tuesday I nixht, Jan JJOnt 8 oclock. A program ! vlr of excellent quality will be given. Mis. Teasdale is a talented rentier and has beèn engaged in dramatic work for several years. Those who will assist, in the • to m m to 9 program are Mr. Rulon Robinson, a qinsieian oi high rank; Mrs. Ed Grosjean, one of Montpelierc's sweet singers and a ladies' chorus. 9 m Annnnnrnm ent to Ladies Ihe L, ' ff s< ' honl ot ''«'signing has opened a branch in Montpelier, room Brennan A Davis block. The course of instruction offerHon opportunity b. every lady to learn drafting, cutting and fitting of ladies'dresses, thereh making them Independent of the high priced modistes, and the cheap ly made hand-me-down garments. The success of this system In other sections of the country speaks for it [self The entertainment will be given under the auspices of the M. I. A. Admission 35 cents. m 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 This course is offered to any lail.v for the first 811 days for $6.00 and ^vill give a premium iff a dress pat |tern of any of the latest fabrics. I- - Call and let us show you the merits bf the system. 9 w* 9 9 9 9 H. Luff, Instructor. 9 l! 9 Death of Mrs. Silas Wright. 9 ' Mrs. Silas Wright of Bennington, tflied last Monday morning in St. Death »Jvas caused from complications fol llowing a critical operation which she Ibndeifvent last week. Deceased W years of age, and had resided in Bn is county since childhood. Besides fcther relatives, she is survived by ' Ker husband and ten children, the 9 Ivoungest, being six years of age. 1 1 K She is the first one of Bishop A. S. ! It\ »'right's daughter-in-laws who has I jn 'been called to the Great Beyond, and i It is ft remarkable fact £hat the Death ■ Ä Angel has never darkened the homes I 9 of any of Bishop Wright's sons or j daughters, although his grand chiUj- j _ ren now number 60 or more. 9 9 arks hospital, Salt Lake. 9 9 9 9 9 9 Is Her funeral services were held from the Bennington meeting house yes terday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Is same [s «I I LOOK FOBTH 1 S 5 IGN# f * t 2 B EAST S» 90 . / tang city J Kread ' and m von IT Dr - Alexander, Optometrist of rite Alexander Optical Company, will lie get at, the Burgoyne Hotel, Montpelier, January 31st, from 10 a. rn. to 6 p. nt. At the Denio Hotel, Paris, Feb. 1st, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. He will have to leave Paris in time ! it 'Tis tee to catch train No. 17 so please call , early. Call for City Warrants. The following warrants of the city of Montpelier will be paid upon pre sentation at my office: General and Extraordinary fund warrants up to and including No. 1739. i Contingent fund warrants up t and includihg No. 1645. Water Workafund warrants, issued " by this council, np to and including No. 1862. Interest on these warrants ceases ten days from ttjfrtofc Jan 26, 1912. j Cu.i 'licasurer, ,A 9 vli Ml ià ib ib THE EXAMINER ib ib Ml ib \b Has doubled the circulation and givs nearly double the amount of reading matter each week of any other paper in Bear Lake County * Ml ib Or Mi b ib Mi % b I b SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR ib ili All classes of commercial job printing neatly and promptly executed in the Vè> ib ib Vi/ Mi ib ill Examiner Job Department Ml * 4 ib ib * ib ib Mr Mr ib tff> ib * ib \b ib * \b \b CLEAN UP SALE \b ib ib Mi Mi 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 clean 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. » 1 . Mi ib ib ib ib ib ib ib ib \b ib \b ib ib Mi Mi ib a« ib ib * Mose Lewis Department Store \b ib w Mi ib ib Mi ib ib ib \b _ Is Yottr Flour Right? Is it the kind that brings you the same good results EVERY TIME? [s it the kind that makes your friends say, "Oh, how good your so white, light Is it 6o good that Kread is—always and delicious?' always order "Same aB last?' von Il it isn't all that, it isn't right. IT it isn't right, it isn't ours, just get a sack thal IS ours anti note the difference. Try it—it is not only better, but it goes farther. Ask your dealer, for our products 'Tis local enterprise. We guaran tee satisfaction. Montpelier Milling ' Company " Lost, a 4 year old black mare, branded with ehain hook on rigid ,uider. Reward will be given for lllformaUon lea ding to her recovery. ,A dress John Muni, Montpelier. Telephone 39 THE NEW JEWELRY STORE Has a large assortment of fancy silver plated pieces in Serving Dishes, Tea Sets, Berry Sets, Fruit Dishes, Bread Trays, and Cut Glass. Also a line of Hollow and Pearl Handle Knives and Forks. A large assortment of clocks of all kinds which are very appropriate for wedding gifts. ! WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Try our repairing department. We do our work prompt ly and at the right prices. Diamond setting a specialty in platinum or gold mountings. EDHOLM & AKIN COMPANY OPPOSITE PIW8T NATIONAL BANK O. 8. L. Watch Inspectors Stores in Evanston and Green River, Wyoming; Montpel- j ier, Idaho, and Sparks, Nevada. Hello! Hello! Hello! Flour? Yes. we have plenty. Send me up a sack of Yellowstone Special please. What? No thanks, I don't want something "just as good '' I am front Missouri. Get in the game and order a sank from llrennan & Davis. Persons troubled with partial fnrsly are often very much benefited by massaging the affected pans thoroly when applying Ceamberisin 's Liniment This liniment also removes rheumatic pains. For isle by tbe Modern Drng Co. Ltd.