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» pay Venv etilop e a Ui 'll f and your bank bool V are friends ^ 43 Make them better acquainted next pay day by bringing them together into this bank. You can always afford to put something in the bank. Start with your next pay envelope. \ FIRST NATIONAL BANK MONTPELIER, IDAHO Capital and Surplus $75,000.00 the test inee Call do T Local • News Montpelier, Idaho. April 18, 1913 Rex, Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5. A daughter arrived at the home of F. L. Burt Tuesday. Wanted, a four room furnished house, by Mrs. Louis Berka. A new son registered at the home of John Van Orman last Tuesday. Developing and finishing for the amateur at Rinehart Studio. Mrs. Blaine has furnished rooms for rent. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Smeath left Sun day for a week's visit at Boise and Salt Lake. of fat Furnished rooms for rent; call on Mrs. John Jewett. A splendid second hand organ at Nielsen's for $40. Mrs. Wm. Warner of Cheyenne, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Chaney. L. For sale or rent, a six room house. Third street. Inquire of Dave on Follick. For sale, a good leather go-cart; call first door south of Geo. Dana's residence. Ladies' and gent's straw and pan ama hats cleaned by George Jarzey, the cleaner. Enterprising blacksmith ! tigate Chas. C. Kuntz's proposition on a rubber tiring machine. Mrs. Mose Lewis returned yester day from an extended visit in t'ali iornia and with relatives in Seattle. Big bargains at Nielsen's Jewelry store daring April. Ask to see those Hip Grip trousers ; carried exclusively by the house of Jones-Robison Co. Last week the Examiner forgot to mention tbe arrival of a daughter at the home of Louis Booth and a daughter at the home of Frank Glenn. Only a few days left if you want to buy those boys $8.50 shoes for $1,60, .sizes 8 to 5J4, at Jones-Robison Co. For sale, a good dining room table and couch ; »sail on Mrs. O. F. \ ogel, Montpelier. ' Eastman kodaks and all supplies for the amateur at Rinehart Studio. \ Attorneys Chas. E. Harris and John A. Bagley were in Boise Tues day arguing cases before the supreme court. Inves Mrs. Sam Looks returned last Fri visit with day from a six month's relatives in Chicago and New \ ork Children's gingham and percale aprons, 25c at Brennan A Davis. . Mrs. Jack Kelly was here this week, having their furniture shipped to Shoshone where they are now living. A. L. Chilton, optician, will be Montpelier from April 81 to 27, in clusive. Office over the Modern Drug Co's store. Nielsen has a bargain for someone in a second hand piano. H. T. Johnson, general auditor the C. W, A M. Co., was here this week checking op retiring Manager Merrill and assisting Manager Cherry in getting started off right. in for 1 Miss Dolly Adams of this city, won j the second prize in the guessing con test of the Glen Bros. Piano Co., of Ogden last week. Seventy-five minutes of solid en joyment at the Rex for a dime. Mat inee every Saturday. I have for sale all kinds of black smith and machinist tools; also two autos in good condition for sale cheap Call on Chas. 0. Kuntz. Miss Anna Jensen is prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking. Resi dence on Front street, three blocks north of Main street. John Olsen brought over a couple of fat cows yesterday which sold to the.Hoff Butchering Co. for 1136.08. The animals were grain fed and "as fat as butter." 15 jeweled, 20 year, gold filled Elgin watch for $9.75 at Nielsen's. Men's $3.00 hats in hard and soft; colors, black, tan and grey, while they last at $1.96 at Jones-Robison Co. Mrs. Caroline Wright arrived last Saturday from Denver, where sho has been for the past year and a half, and will make her home with her son, C. E. Wright. For eye strain, don't fail to see A. L. Chilton, optician, In Montpelier April 21 to 27, inclusive. Office over Modern Drug Co's store. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs of tnis city are arranging to celebrate the 93rd anniversary of the founding of Odd Fellowship In the United States, on Saturday evening, April 26. Lost, in Montpelier a small black pocket book, containing two rings, several keys, a ten dollar bill and some silver. Leave at the postofflee and receive reward. Ladies' gingham and percale house dresses in all the new styles and colors, from $1.25 to «2.50.— Brennan & Davis. The Cokeville council has taken the first steps toward installing a water system, by ordering tiie neces sary surveys made in order to ascer tain the cost, etc., of putting in the system. Mrs. Whinyates has decided to continue her bargain sale of milli nery more weeks. This is not a sale of old, shop worn stock, but everything is strictly up-to-date. Save money by buying of her. ; of to at a to and ladies novelties for two ji] Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There ia no baking powder like It for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. the and hard give ket log Mrs will day. was who last was the be ier Merrill A Chester's general nte% cbnndise store ad Henry, Bannock county, was destroyed by fire Thurs day night of last week. The build ing and stock were valued at 89.900, with #7, two insurance. Bring us your choice Aims for en larging. We can make you a 8 x 10 for 00 cents. Rinehart Studio. Mr. Fred Ball, cashier of the bank at Grace and Miss Goldie Lewis of Pocatello, were quietly married iu Sait Lake last Monday evening. Miss Lewis is a niece of Mrs. Move Lewis of this city, and is well known to many of the Examiner's readers. George Kolurd, contractor and builder, Montpelier, Idaho. All members of Women of Wood craft are requested to be present at the next regular session Monday evening, April 21, as there will be election of delegates to the district convention and other Important busi ness. Visiting members are weloome. For real bargains see Nielsen's Jewelry Store windows. Judge Budge came up from Poca tello Wed nesdsy and went to Paris to attend to some legal matters and ' to shake hand with oitl tuend». He ! was accompanied by Mrs. Budge who will visit there for several days but the Judge will return to Pocatello this evening. Toomer A Groo have enlarged their garage by the erection of a 80 foot extension, and ths entire build ing lias been covered with corrugated iron. Owing to the large number of new autos in town, the boys antici pate that they will have plenty of work this summer. Dr. H. Beckstrom, Dentiat, can be seen at his residence east of the Catholic church. fitl The roads having again become passable and the weather being fine, the town presented a lively appear-, once* last Saturday for the first time in a number of weeks. Themen were buying farm implements, while their wives invaded tiie dry goods and 1 millinery stores. j At the Montpelier Theatre Satur day night, April 1», "Raineses, King of Egypt," a special feature In two parts. The greatest bible subject ever seen In Montpelier. Also "Alkali Ike Plays the Devil," another rip-roaring comedy. Admission 1Ö cents. Come early and avoid the rush Ladies'gingham aprons with and without sleeves, from 36 cents up at Brennan A Davis. A new map of Idaho has Just been issued showing all the new counties new railroads, over 200 new towns, population by last census, all fully Indexed and up-to-date March 1018. It is for sale by the Idaho Republi can, price postpaid to any address, 81. This office has secured one and it is well worth the price. It is reported that there has been quite a number of smalt articles stolen from certain stores in town lately during business hours, and one merchant reports the loss of a suit of clothes. We understand that a special effort is going to be made by these merchants in the future todetectany shoplifting and parties caught in the act will be vigorously prosecuted. Ladies, you are invited to look at our new spring millinery. We can assure you that we have tbe • wellest hats in town and our prices are right.—The Golden Rule Store. State Sanitary Inspector Wallis was here Tuesday and in company with Mayor Gough, members of the council and a few other citizens in spected the headworks of the city's water system. Mr. Wallis returned to Pocatello that evening and yester day he forwarded to the mayor a written report in which he reeeotn inends that certain changes be made In tiie system in order to secure pur er and cleaner water His report is too long to publish in this issue. A. of 26. a the to of Since the automobile article on the first page of this issue was print ed, we learn that K. A. Sullivan has fallen a victim #f the "fcuto fever," having purchased a 30-horse power Bulck from Toomer A Groo, who are local agents for the Buick. "Tip" Toomer drove the car from Salt Idke to Pocatello Wednesday where he left it as he was advised not to try to make the drive to Montpelier now on acconnt of the roads. However, the car will be here in a few days ; and "Sully" says he will soon make | the owners of the Fords "eat his | dust. two Hunter A Whitman of thh Mode Millinery hare taken the agency for the ladies' Ideal Tailoring Go., of Chicago. This company) make* a specialty of ladies' dresses, waists and coats Ail orders are made to i individual measure which insures a perfect fit. The house absolutely i guarantee* the workmanship and quality of goods, ladies who are ! hard to flt are especially invited to give the Mode a trial order. For sale. My brick house and mar ket garden of 5 acres; 18 glass sheds; log house of two rooms and barn.— Mrs Burga, Montpelier. The United State* district court) will convene in Pocatello next Mon day. The following persons in Bear Lake county have been drawn to serve as trial jurors for the term: Boon Bunderson of St. Charles, Hobt. Shepherd of Paris, J. A. Evans of Raymond and Samuel Matthews of Liberty. R A. Birch of this city, was the only one from the county who was drown to serve on Ute grand jury. The Silver Tea on Tuesday evening last at the home of Mrs. Vogel was a pronounced success. The attendance was large, taxing the capacity of the rooms. A delightful program was rendered, and was enjoyed by every one. The refreshments served after the program were delicious, and the silver ottering was a creditable one indeed. The Ladies' Aid Society ap preciates highly ail the efforts of the participants. Now is the (time the cows should be cared for and these is no better milk producer titan bran —Montpel ier Milling Co. ■ 600 " club was delightfully entertained last Monday evening by Miss Mary McIntosh, games weft* played the first prises were awarded to H. A, Hull! van and The After 14 Mrs. Jos. Taylor. The booby prlxes welU o. F. V.pgel and Mrs. C. K. Wright. Elegant refreshments were served at midnight, after which a number of popular vocal selections were rendered by "Baby Stewart" and others. Ai CL /vriùfcjÙL to buy drugs, toilet articles, per. fumes, etc., before acquainting yourself with our values. Our prices are always tbe lowest and we handle nothing but reliable goods. a is The Modern Drug Co. Tickets are now on sale at the Modern Drug Co., for the musicale to be given by Mrs. Vera De Liege Johnson at the opera house on Wed nesday night, April 23. Mrs. John son will be assisted by the Montpelier Glee club; Miss MacDonald, con tralto; Mrs. H. H King, reader, ami Miss Lydia Nielsen, pianist. The j 1 For sale—Baby chicks ten cents erch, from white leghorn*. Order* for early chicks must be sent at once Bure to please. Ne phi A Skinner, Nounan. Idaho proceeds of the musicale will he ap plied on the standing debt of St. An drew's chttrch. • Quite a distinct earthquake shock was felt throughout Southeastern Idaho and Northern Utah atUÜO last Saturday morning. Montpelier peo , who were up at that hour, say that the shook here was quite severe and lasted several seconds. «The shock also awoke a number who were asleep. According to reports, tiie shock was more severe at Bancroft, McCammon and points south of the latter place, than it waa here. pi< on Some one entered the high school building one night recently and help ed Ahemaelvea to some coal, and sev era! dollars in change which was tu the superintendent's desk. Entrance to the building was gained through the coal chute. By means of askele he ton key the Inner basement door was try unlocked, and the lock on the cuper intendent's desk was pryod open There Is a pretty strong clue as to ; who tiie guilty party is, and unless | ihe money to promptly returned, he his | will have tiie pleasure of paying the penalty provided for burglary. i i ! The Fair Store, Sam L Lewis ■ The attraction of the famous store, for the best quality of goods end the low price* A* «re are all aware that this is sa early vaster «re haw prepared ouroelvea, Mr. La«ris Meg is the eastern markets with the assistance at several eastern experienced Payera, to buy the stock quick enough to get it here in time for easier selling You will find the grandest display of I'srisoo model* of ladles handsome tailored coat» and ««its made In the very newvat of fabrics and eapecinlly in its twenty and design Won Id ad visa an early inspectera and not too long a delay in buying. MILLINERY SHOES Now .* about the time everybody ie discarding rubbers. Now «* tbe tissa to. buy shorn. We bought our shoe* in ad leather tnarhet raising as high as it to St tha promut time We have shoes for yooatomilf at a saving of 3«c to 81.00 on «ach pair. Tbia makes quite an item in yonr buying Wa have sold * ml are selling hundreds of pain of fat.00% grade of shorn at II 8ft. We have just received a full Hue of todies ami childrens trimmed and imtrimmod hats, also ready to wear bats. Hundreds of these hats come direct from the importations of Parts, France, and other hats trimmed from the m««u expert mithnery trimmers anil deaigueie from the tnetropli* of the City of New York. Kvery bat to a model, trimmed with beautiful silk, Rowers and the newest styles in ribbons. Price* within tbe reach of, all It to well knowu by the todies oi Hear Ink* County that they can save from 11.00 to At to» by buying their hat* at the Fair »tor* for less money than they can buy it any when in tbe United Hi advertised prenons that we will meet any mail order bouse, beside* competitors, *Ve are p***i tive that we can save you the express, freight or parcel post. spring of the »«« CARPETS AND RUGS Hpaee done not permit ue to mention all of tha different lino* we carry We would be pleased to mention about carpets amt mgs as rate to tha coining of the most essential time of bons« cleaning. We have sold half wool ingrain oar pet, (hie value s> 87 per yard. isles A* w# have Many smart dresaea at« looking ta more for fame than seront liai expensive advertised names, her* von can get the quality In cloth and «tvn in a till toll by buying your clothing at the Fair Store CLOTHING Our lino has never lieen so complete a* we hsv# stocked np for this seasons mens and buys clothing. DRESS GOODS We hsv# a beautiful line of dr««e goods, all kind* of the lai* spring fabric* In Mika, veils, lawn*, linens, etc. Never mind tbe bad road« but coma any way the lieet way you can aa its to yonr ad van Inge DRY GOODS A good assortment of the very newest summer fabrics A good grade of ginghams at Ms per yard. Ten yards to a customer. A high grad* of lOe gingham at fic per yard, kinds of outing, Id yard* for I All Tfye Fair, Sam L. Lewis Montpelier, Idaho. MS John T. Bourne, the well knowu Hhort Line conductor, ami brother of Frank Bourne of tills city, has been chosen as the fifth member of a com mission to readjust water rates In Pocatello. The other four members not being able to agree upon the fifth man, called upon Probate Judge Bell id Bannock county, to name the other member, and he selected Mr. Bourne, The Golden Hule stör« has for the past ten years been tbe leading mill inery store in Montpelier. When you bought a hat from this store you txtuld depend on It for style and price. Eas ter tills year coining a month sooner than usual, we d»*cided it unwise to start the millinery business than now. The styles are beginning to settle down and thus* who buy from us can depend on the correct 'Style and price. sootier People living along rural mall routes can no longer send to town by the mail carrier for small articles of quantities over 12 ounce* and under U pounds. The IsitUe* containing liquids must, be wrapped with absor bent cotton, or packed in saw dust, and enclosed in a wood«« or heavy corrugated pasteboard box, merchandise or medicine and have hkn deliver them, as tiie |»o*tofi!ae department has Issued an order re quiring that all merchandise, weigh ing less than 11 pounds, must lie sent through tiie mall as parcels post. The order also include* liquids In All the newest styles in gent's, ladies' and children's shoes. The much called for button oxfords for ladies, you will find well represented, I Julies' pumps and oxford* In all the new style* and colors—black, brown, red and White—Brennan A Davis. A fair sized audience witnessed the presentation of the opera, "The Mikado" by the Fielding Opera com pany at tit« Theatre Wednesday evening. The company is composed entirely of amateurs, hut under the direction of Prof. Robison, musical director at Fielding Academy, tha • opera was handled In a most cred itable manner. The leading roles were In capable hands, ami the chorus was exceptionally good, showing the result of careful training. It require* much hard work n» present an opera of tiiat character by a company of amateurs and the Examines wishes to congratulate the students of Field ing upon the excellent showing which they made. "At last I found him coming out of the Bex. He'd been to the matinee. The Rex ha* one every Saturday and he says lie wouldn't mis* It for dou ble the price. Yea, he's going again tomorrow, and I'm going, too." Colonial Players Coming. The management of Ihe Montpelier Theatre ha* secured the Colonial Player* for a return engagement of two nights—April 28 and 2», when they will present two new and pop ular plays, opening with WHiard Mack's great play of the west, "God's Country ." This is the beet play ever written by Mr. Mack. It had a run of seven weeks last fall at tbe Bur bank Theatre In horn Angeles. On Tuesday night the company will present''Liberty Half', a great Eng lish play by K. C. Carton. This play was made famous in this country by (.'has. Frohnian's Lyceum Theatre company, and it is now being played at tbe Empire Theatre in New York. Remember the dates, Monday and Tuesday nights, April 2ft and 29. Re served seats for riie engagement wilt beCOVud 76 «cuts. Why nay a etranger 81» for a pair of g l ass es when Nielsen will give you the best there is for 85. Montpelier Theatre THE SOCIETY EVENT OF THE SEASON Mon. and Tues., April 28-29 Mr. Eugene Spofford, offer« Mr* E. Forrest Taylor* Miss Ada Daniels and The Colonial Players IN TWO GREAT PLAY5 April «8, Honday Evening, nr, Willard Mack*» great play of American life, GOD'S COUNTRY April 29, Tuesday Evening, Mr. R. C, Carter*« great English play, LIBERTY HALL Prices for this engagement 50 and 75c Seats on sale at Hodern Drug Co. Secure your seats early and avoid disappointment» 44 imported Percheron Stallions * # Mi - Vs" A : W« d<*<ire to inform Urn Hominien of Bt»r I jikri (utility that w« tia vs for «al« fivs I mad of Innurtwi Peruberon Htaitioum, aged from 3 to live year». No better ntallionn bave ever been brought to tbi» county. of Call and see them whether you intend to buy or not W. C. STICKNEY MONTPELIER, IDAHO toi * LOOK FCJM ■ ■BO 20 m Dr. F 4. Alexander, Optometrist ical Com nt the Alexander * wilt be at Ui* Burgoyu» M<M>$p*itor, Saturday. April 19th from 9 ». m.. toft p. m Tboro ne*d shuuid not toil to call. £ 8St in* attention LOOK TO YOUR PLUMBING, You know wh&t Iti i fr fTfp* in n botum ini Mm« wkieh $&• i# in » pu&r uim every U*dy ia the bowse to HtoMMtoK ail the Um«, if you bar* say itosUt take CtosBitoMtato's wun your digestion quick roll 'Dram On.