Newspaper Page Text
e Way io
access lies .through f a ank book h i i 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 MONTPELIER, Member Regional Reserve Bank IDAHO T T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, March 5, 1915 Call and see the beautiful new line of ladies' collars atH. B. Whitman's. Mrs. J. A. Henrix returned Mon day from a two week's visit with her parents in Salt Lake. Take your pictures to the Nielsen furniture store to have them framed. N. Mendelson arrived from St. Louis the first of last week to take a position in the Fair store. He is a nephew of Charlie Mendelson, who formerly clerked for Mr. Lewis. 1% tÄflju m VA » 9 ,*J flj m '4 # t* ' [V ■> ?... (ÿ Va I S3 mj aak 3 O f" » 3 y\ WÆ '■i hk. m tfc' =5 & * ' ; . »0 "9 $1 a V i v, V \ t© ■tC 1 /À All the Smartest Creations in Millinery <£> ter 00 it» C£> ' \ The best that New York can show will tie found here at much less than New York prices, and so much less than yon can buy hats of equal style merit for elsewhere that you, like hundred of others, will never go any place else for good millinery. y ,// ISA m ' 4 3? Hats $1.25 to $10. One Hundred Hats at $3.50 and $3 ce> S ' <t> WÆ ij, «3 03 The smartest and dressiest ready-to-wear hats possible to And, and our low prices are a genuine surprise to those You know there is a reason for the large mil* who have made it a point to see and know what other stores are offering, linery business we do; it's the exclusive styles offered at unmatcbably low prices. TIPPERARY HATS are the thing now. We have them priced as low as $1.25 Veils are being worn with every style of hat. We have a large assortment in all colon* at 49c ami 35c. K. I T< We Inrite You to Our Spring Opening Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday March 8, 9 and 10 Everything Beautiful in Women't Apparel. $5.48—Spring Skirts-.$3.98 Keeping Up the Excitement in Womens and Misses Coats ft If you are looking for something unusual, let us hold up before your eyes one of these handsome new flare skirts at *.'».98 and $.'> 48, and you will marvel at our ability to offer such fash jouable creations at so small la price. Come in serge, poplin, covert and fancy weaves. It seems to os that no woman who needs a coat for Summer wear can read the following list without being strongly impelled to come and see the garments to which it refers. Blue serge coats $6.50 and • - Novelty checked coats, $6 to White Chinchilla coats, each r. $4.50 $7.00 $ 10.00 C# ✓ \\ % 4 V wruap;/ Dress Bargains Extraordinary & The Woman Who Pay* $10 to $19.50 for One of Our Suits Act* Wi*ely Our Exhibit of Spring Waists Is a Triumph Here are fashionable new spring styles for women and misses offered at unusually attractive price« at the very threshold of the season. The values are worth com» ing miles to get. 811k poplin dresses, wide flare skirt, come iu blue and putty oolon* only, each... .$5 to $7 Other bargains in «ilk, serge And covert dresses as wonderful as these. When you come into the store and ask to see these suits at $10 to $19.50, look at them closely, turn them • inside ont, feel of the material, note the manner of mak* ing, notice the style. We kuow what yon will say: "That is the best bargain in a suit you have ever offered. Praise comes from all sides. And in addition to the wonderful col lection of styles, there is also the inducement of lowest prices. Silk waists . Fancy voile and rice cloth waists $1.75 to S6.00 --75c ti $1.50 - — Wat TORS Y HOSIERY THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Wa Sell STAR BRAIND SHOES 9 Mi's. Henry Spidell returned last Monday from a week's visit with re-, tatives in Logan. Special sale on nine and ten-quart er bleeched sheeting at H. B. Whit man's Reserved seat tickets for the Hallo well Concert next Tuesday night are now on sale at the Jones-Robison Co. There is hardly ever a crumb of good bread wasted. You may as well buy the genuine Turkey Red flour and have good bread all the time. It is cheaper in the long run. Mrs. Whinyates requests the ladies to bear in mind lier millinery open ing next Monday. She will be glad to have them Inspect her stock, whether they wish to buy or not. Mrs. John J. Joues returned last Saturday from Ogden hot springs, where she has been for three weeks taking treatment for rheumatism. Although not entirely free from this dread disease, her condition is much improved. A large new line of art squares and rugs at Mose Lewis' department store. The weather man is surely giving us ideal weather weather for this time of the year. If he will only keep it coming like this during the mouth we wilt all sing praises unto his uame. Buy the celebrated Thomas glove flttiug eorset and insure not only perfect fit but durability in wear. Sold only by H. B. Whitman. The death of Wm. Banka leaves just four survivors of the civil war in Montpelier. They are Steve Staley and Joe McCart, who wore the blue, and Thos. L. Glean and Dave Stuart, who wore the grey. Call and see the beautiful new line of ladies, dresses, they are cheaper than you can get them made.— H. B. Whitman. There will be a German dance at the First ward meeting house Friday night, March 12. A musical program will he rendered before dancing be gins. Admission 50 cents. Every body weleome. For sale, a 220-egg Incubator, and bone cutter, both in good condition; also eggs for setting from pure bred White Leghorns and White aud Buff Orphingtons.—Mrs. L. U. Strong. Learn the new dances from Prof, and Mrs. Wilkins. Class at the pav ilion every Wednesday night, gents 50 cents, ladies 25. For sale, White Leghorn chicks 10 cents each, delivered. Phone or write Mrs. Nephi Hkinner, Nounan. The "500" club was delightfully entertained last Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Reese. The first prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wright, and the guests' prizes were awarded to Arthur Vin cent and Mrs. James Pinkham. If you want style and quality, see our new Arrow brand of shirts and collars.— E. L. Bnrgoyne & Sous. Mrs. .E. M. Pugmire of St. Charles and Mrs. Fred L. Cruikshank went to Boise yesterday to join their hus bands. Immediately after the ad journment of the legislature the four will leave for a two week's trip to the San Francisco exposition, going by way of Portland. A big line of the beautiful Loyd Princess baby carriages, go-carts and sulkies at the Nielsen Furniture Co. Royal Clark returned yesterday from his labors as a missionary in the Northern States. A reception will be given In his honor at the First ward meeting house next Mon day night, to which everybody is cordially invited. To every mother and baby in the city we extend an invitation to come to our store and examine the beauti ful line of Loyd Princess baby carri ages. go-carts and sulkies. They are backed by a perpetual guarantee.— The Nielsen Furniture Co. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hess went to Ogden last Monday for a week's vis it. From there they will go to Los Angeles, where they will enjoy a week or ten days of sight-seeing, and will return hogie by way of, Sau Franoiso enough interest The* best oflg shown it • they will stop long |he main pointa of mama Exposition. .Y 1 SXybaby carriage is the parket A full display Is le Vincent Furniture Co. The friends of Miss Mary Mclntoch will be pleased to learn that she is recovering nicely from the serious operation she underwent four weeks She is now able to be about the ago. house a little each day and can also partake of solid foods. A. L. Chilton, the eye specialist, will be In Montpelier on March 15, 18, 17, 16, 20 and 21. ern Drug Co. At Paris ou March 19 at the 8tucki home. Office over Mod* Shepherd A Son, who have the con tract for the erection of the Leverich block, have sublet the contract tor the brick and masonery work to Jacob Tueller of Paris. Mr. Tuelter also has the contract for the erection 0 f a $8,000 pressed briok bungalow for Prof. J. B. Tueller on South 4th street. While striving for business effici ency, a clean, smooth working type writer plays a large part Let me clean your machine. Phone 87, J. W. Howard, B. K. V. Land A Abstract office. A large assortment of all kinds and sixes of rugs at the Vincent Furni ture Co. You can save money by buying from us. C. O. Davis, who has bten editor and manager of the Cokeville Reg ister for the past three years, hade farewell to the readers of that pa per last week. Mr. Davis has ac cepted the mauageineut of a paper at Delta, in the Southern part of Utah and left this week for Ills new „eld of labor. You are cordially Invited to inspect the displsy of house furnishings at the Vincent Furniture Co. The prices are absolutely the lowest aver quoted In Bear Lake county. UJ THE FAIR STORE Underselling SAM L. LEWIS 35 Years of THE BEST GOODS FOR THE PRICE NO MATTER WHAT PRICE Great March Clearance Sale Starts Saturday, March 6 We will place on sale a large assortment of staple and dependable mer chandise at greatly reduced prices in order to make r<*om for our incoming spring and summer goods, at prices it will pay you to supply your entire needs for the whole family for the present wear, also for the coming spring and summer season. Below we list but a few of our bargains at marvelous savings. Come early and supply your needs while the quantities last as in some instances the quantities are limited. Dry Goods Heavy grade LL Muslin, per yd.5 l-2c Kimona crepe, all colors, special per yd. 1J Tuxedo cloth skrim, regular 16 cents per yard, in all beautiful colors • • • . 12 yards tor 91 A large assortment of extra heavy plaid dress goods, good value at 50 cents a yard, special while they last, at per yd. 20c Men's Furnishings Men's underwear made of heavy fleece, shirts or drawers in all sixes, regular 65c, at per garment, only. ... ." ' , A complete line of the approved garments in all sixes, medium or heavy weight at greatly reduced rices. 1.00 men's sweater coats . Men's hose, black or tan, very special Extra heavy work shirts in blue or tan. regular 75 cent values at, each 40c f 40c 50c 75c boys sweaters 3 Pair for 25c 45c Shoe Department NOW is the time—take advantage while we are selling at the old price*. Some number which we wish to discontinue will be sold at less than manufacturers cost to make. Men and Boy'« Clothing $12.50 $1.25 .$8.75 $16 to $20 suit«.. .$1.50 Up 12.00 Men's panto $3 men's corduroy pants.. Men's $12.50 to $15 suits. Boys' suits. $1.75 THE FAIR STORE FAMOUS FOR LOW PRICES County Auditor Hroomhead went to Salt Lake Tuesday to attend the funeral of hia aunt, Mr*. Sarali Clay ton, who died at her home in that city last Monday morning. Deceas ed was 77 years of age ami was one of the pioneers of Halt lake, having crossed the plains In 1858 with the handcart company which waa lead by Capt. William Ellsworth. Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. Merrill left Monday for a six week'« pleasure trip to California. They wilt take in the exposition at Han Francisco first and then visit the pleasure resorts in the Southern part of the state. "Savage Land," Is the title of a two-act musical comedy which will be presented at the Montpelier (lie atre Monday and Tuesday nights, Mardi 29 and :K>, under the direction of Prof, and Mrs. W. K. Wilkins. The piece wae written by Walter It. Hare, and has five good remedy characters, with a big singing and dancing chorus. Rehearsals are new well under way and all are taking a deep Interest in their parts. The proceeds of tha entertainment will be used In helping to complete the Second ward meeting house. A full synopsis of the comedy and the cast of characters will be published later. I/Mt Sunday evening whlla Itobt. Birch wa* doing the chore* about tha barn, the Una of a pitchfork waa sc oldentaily run clear through tha flashy part of hl« left hand. Jury la quite painful and will prevent ••Boh" from manipulating hia violin at the daiicea for several weaka. Now la the time to get a Swedish massage and electric bath, with tiia adjustment. It Is Just what you need to make you feel Ilk» a new Try on* at KIB* William«, D. 0. Phone 48 for appointment. Your credit I« good, aaa ua before buying. The Nielsen Furnitur« Co. The In person.