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Ifcuccess lies .through f a ank book Sàvi it 20 HE Quickest, surest and safest way to success lies through a bank account. Observe the success of the greatest men of modern times. Only the command of un limited money has made them what they are. T You can be as successful if you start sav ing now. A dollar will open an account here. Bring what you can in today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK IDAHO MONTPELIER, Member Regional Reserve Bank Local News Montpelier, Idaho, January 8,1915 The Daughter of the Hills, a pas torla 1 play of long ago will be shown at theRex theatre tonight ^TlpToomer and Russell Groo went' up to their dry farm, near Border Wednesday morning to remain until jifigt Monday. We handle steel ranges and heaters at bargain prices.—The Nielsen Furn iture Co. Judde Gough attended the annual meeting of the state bar association, which was held in Boise Wednesday. Six room house for rent. Apply to Bear River Valley Land & Abstract company. IT ,V\ » * ... V w *. v V t' • À M 0 a o O 0 <7 ° 0 Q a 0 0 I 'S o o o 1^1 o 0 ■ ^ <9 M 0 0 Xt I 77 I A' '(X MS . v VY L j ■êkÆmê \ / o ■■ —L: V |l — a We invite you to see our "Down Prices." to meet the demands ® f .Jds 2 ft When we FIRST mark our prices down is the Christmas. We have !ots of Wl^er goodt left time to buy. Our stock is then larger and you over and we MUST now sell ^«^n very quickly have more to PICK from. We cannot estimate You yet have a long time to use what we sell just how much to buy. We always have enough j you for a SHOR r Pmie-. Women's Fin« Silk Hoee for 98 CenU Ttie kind that the whole world of styl» Is demanding --« quality th»* Is much better than you usually get for thle price. Full fashioned high eplloed heel«, lisle si.les and deep lisle garter welt top; sheer gaux» weight hoee that look tike and will out wear pure silk, for ooly W 0; O o r/A c ,o JzM. ;/ W[ kVfcj c 2 3 C J O o r, \\ ü $1.48 MILUNERY $1.48 Ô 0 o 0 e £ o ^ (j o We have about 26 trimmed bate on hand which must be disposed of at once. Our policy of HOT carrying over hats from one eeaaon to another de mands that these hats must be sold, regardless of former price* or cost. The velvet and trimming on these hats are worth much more than we ask for the trimed article. Every one of these hats are worth from $4 to $7. price..... . ' \\\0 O o ■J % ° 0 o 0 "Vegetable Bilk Our regular «I 75 and $11» silk hose, for o 5» »IB I e a 0 Q a ^ o kk o o V y// ° o Women's Stockings 25c It's «imply maiVekw« the hundred« of pair .rf fa*t black stockings ws sell st this popular price. And the»» quarter etookiugs well deserve their popularity— you ran't find their equal anywhere. ... 9 o f o o o mi) o a AYJ 0 , a O Ma a O 0 0 O » $1.48 omo o O lj X u ° Ü 1*2 off WonMft'i and MUaes Coats 1-2 ait We have decided to eonflne many of our department« to one Weil known line. Our »«lection depended (11 up on the reputation of the manufactur er, (3) the quality of the good» and (8) the prie«. The following line« have been se lected with the assurance that they will give the most service for V The Little Cost of Lovely Kimonaa Japanese-y, comfortable, graceful, flowing, light and beautiful and cool. Of printed crepe, or silk in solid colors or covered with patterns of great,flowers. AH have bonis»» of contrasting silk, and are shirred in a pretty yolk effect Priced a* follows : Crepe Kimonos. $1.19 Silk Kimonos. I4AI 0 Jk C' '1 Hü 7 r Child's bearekl* a*U, wer« 12 00, now ........ ... Children's coat«, cape «fleet, were ♦»«**. m*w .... Children's coats, flare loiiuin. were 15. UM, now ,... Women's coat*, cloth. Were 9* 40, now .. . « - » < Women's route, cloth, wer* I7.S0, now ... Women's coat», fur, were 113 5«. now ...... Women's coot*, for, velvet, wer» HAW, now... Women'»e<>«t», petslan lamb, were 3S5 80, now .......HU$ <7 o. Hü o é * 0 r « D 6 0 0 'm a es ! .•jüri e O o pi es o // * o tus O O tl.e U' \T5 0 nQ * s?» least price. <9 t*, V;> g 0 Oo [ oém. Y K "STAR BRAND SHOES" TOPS Y HOSIERY" "VELLASTIC UNIONS" (For Boy» and Girkil "ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS" -r* o Notion« Coata tbaead, 4« a spool, 7 «pools for. Best celluloid dressing combe, 50e, 25e and "Keep Clean" hair brushes . Good quality tooth brushes. .. Men thole turn, 50c sise, 39b 35c else. Tape measure*... Witch hazel soap. 8 bars for... Palm GHve Soap, 3 cake* for. We are offering also sums bargain* in and»rweur, »tu»**, goods, boy» clothing. Indie* skirt*, «stob, \ o s overshoes. dr< dresses and Mil* 44c w M' 10c 7 0 If you can't eom« I*, we will »end any artleie by iOMr : v v Sc PARCEL POST j. m W* Pay Pu* t a g* A*k for thmeliiM* We Pay Poetage 25c S fl le Begins Wednesday , January 13th, 1915 SALE CLOSES SATURDAY JANUARY 23rd, 1915 1111 further information THE - GOLDEN RULE STORE . — ~ H Heed, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Hansen, is reported better after an illness of two weeks.' Take your pictures to the Nielsen furniture store to have them framed, Ice harvest is now in progress and a very good quality of frozen aqua is being stored for next summer's use. a registered Poland China boar Call on Bert 0rr ftt Sharon, or ah one 7»-g. / Mr . andMr8 . Jo8 . Cra ndaUofCoal viUe> ^ vigited tho paBt week with their daughter, Mrs. R. Follick. For sale, 40 acres of land for sale, adjoining city limits. Inquire at this office. The Lure, a Shubert five-reel feat ure will be shown at the Montpelier theatre tonight—Friday. Dollar Mark, which was seen last Friday night, The Lure presents many thrilling scenes. Don't miss it. Like The ! — ' Miks Kloise Wride left Monday ifutrntng for a month's riait with relatiretf and friends in Salt Lake kpd Paypon, Utah. Abouti 300 hens for sale, ('all on Les Strung at the race track. G. T. Moriarty, deputy sheriff of Sweetwater county, Wyoming, was in Montpelier on oJhcutl business this w Mr. and Mrs. Ed French visited several days the past week with Jack Kelly and[ family at Richfield, Ida Fred Seller cleans salts and hats, alters and makes men's suits to order Shop opposite First National bank. G. French and children n Diego last week tor a ■ two month's visit with her sister A Tew good second-hand organs at half their real value at Nielsen's jewelry (tore. The Montpelier meat markets bave joined the six o'clock closing move ment, and the two markets aow close at that hjou / «1rs. L. 'went to sjft <St Paris last Saturday County Auditor Broomhead united ln mar riage Mr. Audy Evans and Miss Winnie Kimball, both of Raymond. Takeiyour broken furniture to the Nielseil furniture stare and have it repaired by an expert cabinet maker. Char;lis Brown was up from Black foot several days this week attend ing to some business matters, and shaking hands with old Montpelier friendij. Highest market price paid for hides and pdlts at the City meat market, Montpelier. Ambrose Ipsen of Bennington and Wlllafd Hart of Raymond, went to e last Tuesday, where they will attend school the balance of this schooj year. L. W- Hastings returned yesterday from iBoise, where had been attend ing 4 meeting of the forest super H visors with the advisory board of the Woolgrowers, association, J \ , . . . . Dr Beckstrom has opened a dental office in room three of Mose Lewis bloctl and is now ready to do all kindji of up-to-date dental work. j( j ou don't want to laugh your 8e if „ick, stay away from the ama teur minstrel show at the opera house Wednesday and Thursday nights, Jan. 20 and 31. Having contracted with a large hidd and fur concern to handle their business, I will r»y the highest cash prices for hides and pelts.—Sain L. LeWis at the Fair store. Salt at it. hope they come this way again. The Gladstone family which enter tained the patrons of the Montpelier theatre three nights this week, in munie and vaudeville, are the bon that have been seen here for some tiifle. The singing was good and all the vaudeville acts were clean. Ws Jan. go Mr. and Mrs. Most- Lawia enter» dal nod the "SUV club laat night B rat prisa* ware won Bylin Darla and Mrs. R. N. Sneddou. No conso lât ton pris«« were glran. Found, in the Rex theatre, lad tea' ng and a child's white stocking cap wner may have them by proving ownership and paying for this local. Hitch up tha team to the boba and bring the whole family, including the kids, to the amateur minstrel show at the opera house Wednesday and Thursday nights, Jan. 90 and 31. F. C. Hansen Co. started the new year right by Installing a Ford auto delivery. Vic Hausen, who presides ga chauffer, aaya It beau the old horse delirery system "all hollar." fj / I The and in the ing is at at Honest For sale, office furniture consist ing of desks, chairs, Underwood type writer, etc.—Phoenix Construction Co. E. A. Burrell was taken suddenly ill last Saturday night with stomach trouble and for three days his con dition was quite bad. However, lie > * ble out > »»though he »P n °t feeling the best in the world, j *J k pleased here at all times if you favor us with your patronage, methods of doing business have won us many a customer. MAJL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Modern Drug Company If you love good music, ntnke It a point to get yonr tickets early for the amateur tninetrel ehow to be given for the benefit of the public drinking fountain, at the opera houee Wednes day and Thueday nights, Jan. 20 and 21 . You will eat better, eleep better and In fact feel like a new person after you have taken an electric bath or Swedlsti massage. Make an ap pointment at once with Kffie Williams chiropractor, first floor Bank of Montpelier building. ( . /C The public schools opened last onday after a ten day's vacation, with all the teachers and pupils in attendance. In the high school four new pupils enrolled, making a total 1 enrollment of 104 In that department, which is about 34 In excess of the! highest enrollment last year. If you have had a family jar at hum* and you and your wlf« are a* out*. com* and aw Jraa Dunn and Winn Malay, and Ihr other funny and man, at tha amataur minatral ehow Jan. and St. Thay will make you fonçât your troubla» and whan you go hotna you will to»« your wife more than ever. M. S. Robert* resigned his position With the C. W. A M. Co. on Jan. 1st, and In the future will be associated with the Farmen' Society of Equity in this county We understand that the organisation has Incorporated under the laws of the state, and in tends to enter actively tuto the buy ing and selling of farm produce and machinery. Kitte Williams, chiropractor, is now located on the ground floor of the Hank of Moutpelir building and is ready to give adjustmeuW. electric baths and Swedish massages. T. J. Johnston died suddenly at an early hour last Thursday tuorr.lng at his home in Pocatello. Deceased was one of the pioneers of Pocatello and for 18 years he held the office of pro bale judge of Bannock county. He was known to a number of Mont pelier clUsens, as he had visited here at various times in recent years, be ing a brother-In-law of Mra K. A. Pease. A. L. Chilton, the eye specialist, will be in Montpelier on Jan. 18, 13, A), 81, 38 and 34. ern Drug Co. At Paris on Jan. 38 at the Stuck 1 home. Dick Wilbur's musical company and the "1915" Girls, In musical com edy and vaudeville, will be the at traction at the Montpelier theatre to morrow and Monday nights. The company claims to present euttrely new and high-class stunts in the musical ami vaudeville line. Four reels of motion pictures will also lie shown each night. The prices of ad tnisslou will be 10 and 35 cents. Miss Kina Hanson, wiio has been one of the capable nurses in the Montpelier hospital during the past itwo years, went to Halt Lake last [Tuesday, where she wilt continue to act as nurse under Dr. K. L. Wright. onffiy evening a ptHy ' w»« given in her honor at the residence of J. H. Holmes. Home 30 or more of her friends were present and they remembered her with a number of suitable gifts, Office over Moil V hi ( Dr. Poynter spent several the past week In Boise. He went down laat Saturday to lie present at the Inaug-. uratlon of Govenor Alexander land . Thcldentally to TSSfc after Ills (flianoes of appointment to the position of superintendent of the Blackfoot in sane asylum. If activity In the In terests of the demoorrtlo party In 1 Hie reoent campaign count for any [/thing, the doctor la oertalnly entitled to reward at the hands of Governor Alexander. O-O-OO-O-OO-O-O-OO-O-O'OOOO-O^OOOO'O You Can Get More For Your Money Than Ever Be fore at this Store During January rv. \v V and fi V February EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Beds, Tables, Rugs Wa Guarantee Better Quality and Louer Price* than are OA farad by Mail Ordar Houma COME I IN AINL> I INVESTIGATE Vincent Furniture Co.: oooooooooooooooooooooooo rUIvnPRkfTlf TALK NO. ONE ' CHlKUrKALHv. I ALA IW. wilt WHAT IS IT? w , Chiropractic I» a combination of j Greek word., mean "to do oy bend , V liaad practice and is pronounced jdro prak tik. It is the ecience of lo cating th* CACHE of dieeaee mid the, removal of that cane» R t* ««» treatment of the dlaeae» (dleesw Is su effect. ) Dleoase and Its cause sre two entirely different «hinge. The brsln is the dynamo of the body, producing the life current. The spinal cord and uervee carry lb« current to all parts of the body aud health Is the result. Diseuse Is the result of obstruct ing the trsnsmisslou of this current. 'creating abnormal conditions, aud Is due to varying degrees of pressure upon at thslr exit, between the nerves verubme of the spinal column. By adjusting the vertebrae the preeenre on the uervee Is removed suit uslure cure« you In her own way. TUe chiropractor is no* s medicine man; hv usee no drug» or loetrnmsnu, practices no surgery, no maseegiug. no osteopathy. He adjusts the spine, thus removing lbs Mass ol Ike dlssue* Let examine yonr sptae aad 4M will tell you your weak point». GAYLORD A GAYLORD. Bnrgoynn llotnl Hldg. Montpelier. Idaho. w h»wi*II A Bawtell. H R Nev(l „ ,|| a trlot manager tor Woodtuen of the World, »pent fueeday and Wednesday in the city, and met with Walnut ('amp In perlai eeeeloti Tuesday night Mr. Nevine Installed the «me*r*-al*ct for the ensuing year and afterward» gave a very Interesting talk ou the growth of Hie order In the PucWo Jurisdiction. Walnut camp will bn 31 years old on the 4th of next May. and II I» the Intention of the member» to celebrate »he event with a Mg -log rolling,'' and the mulatto« of a large etas» of new member». a s Rrmtmbsr ÜM Saturday nigh* dance* mt Um pavilion; pood Strangora wolcotno. Ticket* 60 cent*. Chock room free.