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the riéffT ~ JSÎÊ has 'endsfiip A man should know his banker. Call in k you will feel at A \ home in out* * 9^ V 'r. bank ... 4 , A BANK Is a public Insti . tutlon with Its Interests bound up in the commun ity In which it exists. Every responsible citizen like yourself has a right to all the help we can give. Come in and let us know each other. FIRST NATIONAL BANK MONTPELIER, IDAHO T T Local News Montpelier, Idghtv Dee. 18, 1914 Georgy Spongberg of Pocatello, „ , , „ was an over Sunday visitor in Mont —-'"I Beautiful new goods in light shades for evening dresses at Whitman's. Mrs. Sophia Stocks of Fish Haven, won the collar which was raffled off by Miss Luella Peterson. ' Latest jet and pearl ear drops GO centsapairatNielsen's jewelry store. Six room bouse for rent. Apply to Bear River Valley Laud & Abstract company. You are cordially invited to inspect the display of holiday goods at the Vincent Furniture Co. The gift for the ond" you wish to please the most—a kodak from RineharPs studio. /'" Loyd Lherbas is at home from the state university at Moscow to spend his^Christmas vacatbn. Take your pictures to the Ni 'se i furniture store to have them framed. For rent, two furnished rooms for light house keeping. Call on Mel Herrick. For the children on Christmas morning—a Brownie camera from Rinehart's studio. Just received at Burgoyne's a nice lot of new shoes for men. Come iu and see them. Traveling bags and suit cases make sensible presents. A large assort ment to select from at the Vincent Furniture Co. ■O-O-O'O'OOOO-O-O-OO-DO-O-O-O-O-O-O'OOOO'O-O Holiday Gifts for Young and Old \ I We give special discounts during the Christmas Come in and see our display. THE VINCENT FURNITURE CO. g s OPEN EVENINGS UNTO. CHRISTMAS OOO-OOOOOOOOiKF^OOOOOO-OOOOO Kodakery, a monthly magazine free for one year to every purchaser of a kodak from Rinehart's studio/ Fred Sarbach, Sr. is convalescing after an illness uf four weeks with erysipelas, which for a time threat/ ened to develop into blood poison. a a Thorobred Mammoth Bronze turk ^ (or b Dftvld T . 0rr , Lanark, Idaho. Dr. Beckstrom has opened a dental office in room three of Mose Lewis block and is now ready to do all kind3 of up-to-date dental work. St. Andrew's Guild will bold a cooked food sale at Rich's grocery tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. We handle steel ranges and heaters at bargain prices.—The Nielsen Furn iture Co. You can pay your taxes at the Hank of Montpelier. Take your tax notice with you when you go to pay them. Mrs Jesse Perkins, who was oper ated on at the Montpelies hospital last Monday for appendicitis, is do ing as well as could be expeeted un der the circumstances. Foi Him or Her, a »H vest pooket kodak ; small as your note book but tells the story better.—Rinehart studio. Effle Williams, chiropractor, is now located on the ground floor of the Bank of Montpelir building and U ready to give adjustments, electric baths and Swedish massages. Highest market price paid for hides and pelts at the City meat market, Montpelier. The Vincent Furniture Co. will give away a fine quilt on Dec. 24th. Call at their store and learn the par ticulars. Tbs Methodist Sunday school, as sisted by the choir, will give a Christ mas program Thursday evening, , l>ec. 24th. A Christmas treat will ; be provided for every child who att ) tends. I Visit our bargain basement and see what you can buy in toys for a, 10, 16 snd 25 cents.— H. B. Whitman. A few good second-hand organa at half their real value at Nielsen's jewelry store. Roland, the son of John Thornick of Bloomington, was operated on at the Montpelier hospital last Fridsy night for a ruptured appendix. He is reported as getting along verj nicely. Having contracted with a large hide and fur concern to handle their business, 1 will pay the highest cash prices for hides and pelts.—Bam L. Lewis at the Fair store. A partition has been placed in the fire station and the front room Is now used exclusively as a meeting place for the city fathers. New wall paper and fresh paint makes the room more inviting and comfortable. These cold day* will prove the value of au r mackinaw* and sweat er*. Call and see the large line at Burgoyne'a. Mrs. Whinyatee ha* received a new ehlptnent of holiday good*, which she hae on display at her cor ner store. Bhe will sell these good* at exceptionally low prices as they must be disposed of before Christ mag. ■***" " Mrs. Ed Lambert went toSaltLake Wednesday to visit with her sister, Mrs. O. W. Kelly, until next Bunday, when she will go on to Kiohmond, Cal., to join Mr. Lambert, who re cently went there to take a position with the Sau La Fe Railroad Co. Will trade two cows, one calf, one horse and oolt for hogs. Call on Dave Parker at KetmtugUm, Misé Dorothy Date.vnan entertain /éd 24 of her little friends last Tues day afternoon in honor of her sev enth birthday. The youngsters had a jolly good time playing games for. a couple of hours or more, when -re freshments were served. s, splendid assortment of fine rock ers to choose from at the Nielsen furniture store. WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR UNE OF HOUDAYGOODS IT IS COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT MODERN DRUG GOMP'Y Assessor Dunn was over from Paris last Monday. He says that while they sent a tax notice to every per son on the tax roll, If there are any who have failed to receive their notice, they should advise him at once so that a duplicate may be sent out. What would be nicer than for your wife's Christmas present than a beautiful brass bed or a china dinner set? The place to buy them is at th# Niplsen furniture store. Drs. Gaylord A Gaylord, recent graduates of the Palmer School of Cbiropractics, have succeeded the Drs. Sawtell, and have come here to locate permanently. Their offices are in the southwest rooms of the old hotel Burgoyne building. Look for their sign. A dollars worth for eighty cents at Nielsen's jewelry store makes your money buy more and better presents. Mr. Edwin Toomer and Ml*» Margaret Dingboom, two of Mont pelier's well known young people, secured a passport to paradise last Monday afternoon from County Auditor Brooinhead, and immediatly thereafter had the nuptial knot ad justed by that officiaL Two weeks special sale at N ielsen's jewelry store—prices are lower than any eastern catalog. A gentleman representing the French government, who had been here for several days buying horses, succeeded in getting two car loads, which were shipped to Denver last Tuesday. An average of about $100 a bead was paid for the horses, the highest price paid for any one animal was «130. The Nielsen furniture store has on display the finest line of Christmas goods ever shown in Bear Lake coun ty. Come early and matte your se lections and then you wilt be happy when Christmas day comes. If you have any chronic ailments, are nervous and cannot sleep of nights, don't dop» your system with patent or other medicines, but take a few chiropractic adjustment«, an electric bath or Swedish massage, j I am the only one in Montpelier who gives electric hatha and massages in 1 connection with chiropractic adjust ment t — Effle Williams, D. C.. Bank jof Mmtpelier building, entrance on «th street. I . I ThU section bail iu first real touch ai winter last Sunday night, when the thermometer* about town regis tered ail tiie way from Hi to *)degrees below aero. Monday night was only a few degrees warmer. As a result of tbs cold snap the plumbers have, been kept busy thawing ont freien water pipes around town. □All kind of wxtras for bobs at Burrell it Thiel's. If you went ths vsry latest in ladies' shoes end slippers for Christ ines, we bare them — H. B. Whit Re-Echo lodge. No. 195, B. of L. F. A K. gave their thirtieth annuel ball at the Montpelier Pevilion last night. A Urge crowd wae in attendais joyed themeelveg. tSjrTMsWli* èampITihCTrtëd I order which was maintained, there was no rowdyism at slL The dance oonUnued until three a in. The sup per which was served in the banquet room by Mrs. McDonald and daugh ters, was s delicious one. It consist ed of turkey and all the other goodies which go with a real turkey supper. Several Montpelier ladies assisted Mrs. McDonald in serving. The on th« everyone so Fred Seiler, opposite Fini Ne tioaal bank, cleans, alters, re pairs and p r es s es gent's or lad ies' suits, deans hats and makes men's suits to order; also buys and sells second-hand suits. Mrs. Milford Williams and chil dren will be up from (Ogden this af ternoon to spend the holidays. CHANGEED HARDS. The second hand business, formerly operated by J. H. Wilson, has been purchased by J. A. Gillespie, who is refitting the place and will continue to buy and sell second hand goods and will also add a lins of notions, suriras are usually carried in a 5 ami 10 cent variety store, and house fur nishings. We are also expecting a stock of Christmas goods st the last iglnute and if you will wait for us our rices will move the good. We cordially Invite the people of Montpelier and vicinity to oall on us and get acquainted. We are here to do you good. J. A. Ori,i.K*»'iK. Suggestions to the Xmas Shopper A big easy, leather rocker for hub by : a divan bed, » beautiful new par lor rug, a library table, a book case, one of those grand, guaranteed Ken delastic mattresses for mother; a fine picture or a smoking set for brother; a Circassian Walqut or Bird'aeye Maple dressing table for sister—these are only a few of the many suitable things for Christmas gifts which can be found at the Nielsen furniture store. Extra choice apple» 80 cent» a bushel while they last, at the F. C Hansen Co. ■ •B-e mm Only ONE more week in which to do your Christmas shopping. BUY NOW and avoid the rush and also the disappointment of not being able to get what you want at the last minute. Already our stock of Christmas mer chandise is broken: by tomorrow night it will have been picked over. If you want a SELECTION, if you want SATISFAC TION you must BUY NOW. We sell only PRACTICAL, USEFUL gifts. We can SAVE YOU MONEY on your Christmas Purchases. I».? m Gifts for Women Dolls Gifts for Men $1.50 .... $1-50 •ilk vanity bag», a bargain K*J glove», black and hoe«, all color» a white, the pair- - and novelty stripe», &0c Six in one »at; contains silk handkerchief, tie and sox, gold plated tie pin and tie clasp, neatly put up In collar box, set . Tie rack set, consists of large tie rack with mir ror and calander, also silk sox, tie and hand kerchief to match, »et. .. Leather act* contains belt, leather bill case and fob with gold plated cigar clipper, set • ■ Our line of dressed dolls can not be beat for to $1.25 Black moire .81.50 for ... • Baa dad opera bags, in blue, pink, white and $1.25 .$1.00 gold. 12.76 and.- -. Dainty white collars, 60c and. Silk kimonaa, dainty. ffluffy creations that breathe of the orient, each ....... ..... $5.08 Crop# Kimonaa, beautiful design*, each 11.25 $1.25 29c 15c, . ..$1.25 Silk tie with gold plated pencil, set. $1.25 Dtom glovte «1.75 and ..$1.25 Automobile gauntlets, sheep lined, pair. $1.75 Silk Hone, gray, tan and black, 3 pr. for. $1.00 59c 89c and $1.29 They will go to sleep. to . . $4J0 Embroidered IwichtOM ...... 50c and These are onl^a few of the many useful presents we are showing. We invite you to come and inspect our merchandise whether you buy or not. YOU ARE CERTAIN TO BE PLEASED WITH OUR GOODS AND THEIR PRICES. a Wc Sd Star Brand THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Wt Sell Topsy Hotsery I I Xmas and the Holidays Are Near at Hand And the constant thought» of the majority of people, young and old, to get eomething for their dear one» and friend». In buying your Christina* present» it i» worth while to be economical, or at least to buy where you can get the moat for your money, and your dollar will go furthest by trading at the Fair »tore. We offer better values than any competition or mail order house. We have dress goods and silks in all shades and colors for street and party dross»». CLOTHING -Men's suits and overcoat» at greatly roduoed prices: 915 to $20 values for $ 5 . 75 ; $25 to $80 values for $ 15 . 75 ; Children »suit« from $1.50 up; Men s $5 and $d high grade hand tailored |>ants for $ 2 . 75 ; $3 corduroy panta for $ 1 . 75 ; Overcoats equally reduced in price. SHOES make good substantial Christmas presents. Buy a pair of fine shoes or slippers and get busy before the »lies are broken. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS: Ladle»' $3.50 high lace or button shoes for $2. CHRISTMAS TOYS and novelties at specially reduced prices. LADIES SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES- We bought an unusual large assortment, figuring that we would be lu our new store before Christmas, but delays have made it Impossible for us to move and rather than to keep any stock over we have decided to sacrifice them at half prit«. Come early, it will be to your interest. KABO CORSETS in all the late models, guaranteed by the Kabo Coraet Co. to give satisfac tion. A full line of all the latest pattern*. SAVE TROUBLE AND WORRY BY SHOPPING EARLY. Wiahing you a Merry Chriatma*. we are your» for low prices. The Fair Store, sam l. Lewis Idaho Famous for Low Prie©* Montpelier, • • GOOD PICTURES AT MONTPELIER THEATRE On Thursday, Dec. »4, th* Mont pelier theatre will show the four-reel drama, "The Voice In the Wilder Francis X. Bushman I* starred news. in this picture. In connection witli tills they will show the third picture in the Dolly of the Dally «orte* Which In entitled, "The Boar Facts." Edison one-reel drama. On Christmas night, Dec. 93th will be shown a three reel picture In Pathe color entitled,' "Joseph's Trials In The main part of the story Also Egypt from which this pioture is made was taken from the bible. Path#'* Week ly and a two reel picture by Kdleon company will make up th* balance of the bill for Christmas night On Saturday, Dec. 2B, they will present th# third of th# feature pic ture which features Alio* Joyce, en titled "The Heal Thing". They will also show tiie Haarst Selig News, which deals with th# principal cur rent events of tiie day. also the one ree!drama. "Whena Woman Leads." CHIROPRACTIC Drs. Oaylnrd A Gaylord, success ors to Hawteil A Haw tel I, bave coma to locate permanently In Montpelier and we are going to talk to you each week through this paper on the sub ject of the spine and its relation to health. It is a result of Si year's ex perience on the part of the investi gators at the Palmer School of Chiro practic«, the foremost authority on th# science in the world. Whatever claims we may make, be they ever so unusual or radlaal, don't •ay they are Impossible until you have gone over the same and found them wantlug. We want to Impreee upon everyone that Chiropractic ia Ihe moet wonderful, the most amas iiig and the moel exact sclenoe of locating the C A I'HP. of dieeaee known today ami the removal of that cause It Is making life worth while for initiions, and If you are not in good health it will do the same for you. We arc located In the eoulhweet room* in the old part of th* Hotel Hiigoyn» building, and would b» lileasod t<> havs you call on u* at any tint» and psrmlt us to more thorough ly explain to you this sclsnos of common sens* as applied to the human mariilus and tbs art of ad justing th* machine when it Is out of order. .(tAVtsmU A (lAVLORU, Chiropractors. ATTERTIOH. MASONS! The members of King Solomon beige A. F. A(A. M., and ail sojourn ing Masons are requested to st ths hsll Sunday morning. Dee. 17 at 10 o'clock for the p tending divine service Andrew's chureb In commémoration of Si. John's Day. At th* eoneluston of servie** the members will repair to the lodge room for lunch, after which will follow Inelallation of offi cer* and work in Ui* M. M- degree. A K. Thi ml W. M. For satisfactory watch and jewelry repairing go to Nielsen's. M» of at rr th* fit.