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Success lies .through ankbook SùVi n » )| 4 HE Quickest, surest and safest way to success lies through a bank account. Observe tbe success of the greatest men of modem times. Only the command of limited money has made them what they T un are. You can be as successful If you start ing now. A dollar will open an account here. Brlrtg what you can in today. sav FIRST NATIONAL BANK MONTPELIER, IDAHO Member Regional Reserve Bank: T T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, May 21, 1915 "A Daughter of the People" at the Montpelier theatre tonight. A corner lot for sale for $900, easy payments, at Nielsen's jewelry store. The usual Saturday matinees will be given at the Rex theatre at 2 o'clock. Dr. R. J. Smith and wife of Bau crof, are visiting a few days with Rev. and Mrs. Johnson. A good second-hand piano for rent or sale, cheap, at Nielsen's music store. Miss Katie Hoff visited in Poca tello several days this week with her Bister, Mrs. Jesse Budge. Wanted, a girl for general house work. Address box 288, Montpelier. St Andrew's Guild will be enter tained at the home of Mrs. L. R. Stringer Wednesday afternoon, May 26 at 2 o'olook. A new 4-room cottage for rent cheap; call at Nielsen Furniture store. For sale, 35 pigs from 7 to 9 weeks old. Call on or phone Fred Bartscbi, Noonan. Miss Olive Dalrymple, who has been with the Rigby Hardware & Lumber Co. of Rigby for the past year, came home last Monday for a few weeks visit with her parents. Two large, partly furnished rooms for rent $10 a month, call at Niel sen's music store. Dr. Lynn reports operations on the following parties during the past week: Mrs. Henry Schriber, Mrs. Chas. Parent and the infant son of Frank French. For rent, three nicely furnished rooms; call on Mrs. Mamie Astle, one door east of Dr. Ashley's resi dence. An autographic kodak is just the thing for a graduation gift fur the boy or girl.—Rinehart studio Bells them. Mrs. Bert Toomer returned last evening from Salt Lake, where she went to see Maud Adams, who ap at tiie peared in "Quality Street' Sait Lake theatre Tuesday night. Get a life-time graduation present for your girl or boy in a good watch or piano at Nielsen's jewelry store. The Bennington "kid" ball team *ud the Montpelier Reds played a snappy game on the local diamond last Saturday afternoon. Tbe score was 3 to 2 in favor of Bennington. Don't mis» Burrell Sc Thiel's mbuggy aale. You lose money if Tyou do. Miss Raima Spongberg went to Pocatello yesterday for a several weeks visit with her parents. Before returning she will attend the Eastern Star grand chapter, which meets at Mountain Home on J one A School graduation is the event of his or her life. For a present on this occasion get a nice signet ring, a bracelet, a watch, or better still, a piano at Nielsen's jewelry store. Chas. Cheney and family left last Monday for a two weeks' motor trip to Keuamerer and the Big Piney country. Charlie is making the trip in the interests of the Balt Lake Hardware Co., which he has been ' , ' ... . - representing in this territory for a namber of years. the age. Remember the ice oream social at the Second bard meeting house this, Friday, evening. Admission 5 and 10 cents. A good musical program will be rendered, after which lot cream and cake will be served at 25 cents a couple. Those new military shoes for ladle, are being shown in the most attrac tive styles at E. L. Burgoyne A Sons'. W. A. Whitney, general superin tendent and Dr. Pinkerton, general surgeon for the Short Line, spent a short time in Montpelier last Tues day. They were on a general tour of inspection. Our expert cabinet maker will make your old, broken furniture look like new. Bring it in.—Nielsen Furniture Co. L. H. Long and his daughter, Mrs. Jessie Minson, went to Pleasant Green, Utah, last Sunday to attend the funeral of a little grand daughter of Mr. Long. Death was caused bj the child swallowing asorew, whicli lodged in her windpipe. Lost, last Sunday between Paris and St Charles a ladies'*tan rain coat Finder will leave at this office and receive reward. Cruikshank & Nelson received an other car load of Fords last Saturday, and all eight of them Were sold before they left the facto^r- They have another car load of these benzine buggies ordered and several of them are spoken for. Largest assortment of brass bed. ever shown In the city at prices ranging from $16 up. Your credit Is good here.—Nielsen Furniture Co. C. O. Anderson of Salt Lake, was shaking hands with old Montpelier friends tbe past week. Mr. Ander son was a resident of this city for about 15 years, but left here 12 years ago. He was leader of the first brass band In Montpelier. *A. L. Chilton, the eye specialist will be in Montpelier on May 17, 18, 20, 22, and 23. Office over Modern Drug Co. At Paris on May 21 ai the Stuck i home. Dr. H. A. White, chiropractor and mechano-therapist, who arrived in Montpelier the first of the week witli the view of locating here, became so favorably impressed with tbe city after looking over tbe field that he tas decided to open an office. He will be ready for work within a few days and,next week will make an an nouncement through these columna For rent, a two room house, with garden; call on Fred Seiler's tailor shop, opposite First National bank. "Officer Ö6S." a George Kleine pro duction, will be the feature at the Montpelier theatre next Monday night. Through tbe five reels there runs, with snap and vim, a story of sudden love, daring burglary and mirth-provoking incidents that leaves yon wishing there were twice as many reels. Literally, there Is a laugh in every foot of film. For dental service phone 134, night phone 135, parlor over Bank of Mont pelier.—H. Beckstroin. Don't wait until you are flat an your back before calling on a chiro practor—do it now. "A stitch in time saves nine," and a stitch in your bark will mean more if you wait too long. Avoid worry, pain and suffering, and save time and money by calling now and haring an examination made. The back U all the skilled chiropractor needs to ex amine—nothing embarrassing .and and year your are a in - us us for on a if to at of on a no immodest qoestionlng. Con su I ta **"• ,rB £:~V®w ,•*»*"» praetor, Baakof Montpelier building. a Atao gi.es electric baths and Swed Mim Ruby Rainey and LmII« Jenk ins of Freedom, left last Saturday morning for Logan, Utah, at which they were married in the Tem - ple on Wednesday of this week. two young people are two of the most popular of the lower valley's younger set, and their many friends will be surprised to learn of the mar riage.—Afton Independent. If yon are in the market for the beet steel range, oall aid see tbe celebrated Majestic at the Nielseu Furniture Co. A marriage around whieh much in terest is centered took place last Wednesday in tbe Salt Lake temple when Miss Beatrice Young of St. Charles, Idaho, was married' to At torney Melvin C. Harris of this city. Immediately following the ceremony the young couple left for California and will return about June 1 to make their home in this city.—Logan Re publican. The 1910 kodak catalogs just In. We have one for you at our store or will mail you one free upon request. —Rinehart studio. bast week Chris Olson dosed the deal wttli the Bear Lake State bank for the purchase of the Miles Bros, ranch at Novene. The ranch con tains Ml sores of tsnd, with fairly good improvements on it. At pre sent there are about 200 acres In alfalfa, but Chris says that practic ally every acre of the ranch can be placed under cultivation. Chris fesls that he has got hold of a mighty good pieoe of property. The old Rose hotel, the interior of which has been replastered and painted, was opened on the 15th with Mrs. Jacob Messerlis in charge and the house will hereafter be known as the Hotel Messerlie. The rooms have been newly famished and everything is as clean and bright as a new stiver dollar. The rates for rooms will be GO and 75 cents and ft. Meals will be furnished at regular hours and short orders served any time during the (jay. With all accomodations strictly first class, Mrs. Messerlie invites a share of the publio patron age. In a to a Th er to the by We handle the Acme line of paints and stains. This is the time of the year to apply a few ooats and make your home look like a new one. You are welcome to credit at our store.— Nielsen Furnitue Co. Burrell & Thiel are putting on a buggy sale at the time of year when you want to buy and we understand that their prices are greatly reduced. See their Ad in this paper. the .« y* H. A be pleased here at all tunes It you favor us with your patronage, methods of doing business have won us many a customer. MAIL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION Honest Modern Drag Company Mr. Raymond E. Dresser, manager for the Utah Power A Light Co. at this place, aud Miss Capitula Mc Munu of Pittsburgh, Penn., were united in marriage at Denver, Colo., on Monday, May 10, Rev. Jarnos C. Garver officiating. The ceremony was performed in the parlors of the Hotel Shirley, the guests being the mother of each of the contracting parties and an aunt of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Dresser are expected to ar rive in Montpelier this afternoon, having spent the past ten days in Denver and Colorado Springs. The announcement cards state that Lhey will be at home to friends after June 15th. I A fine assort ment of dining tables to choose from. Do not forget our easy pay ment plan,—The Nielsen Furnitur Company. E. A. Brough is spending several days this week in Salt Lake, attend ing a meeting of the managers of moving picture houses in Southern Idaho and portions of Utah, which convened at the Hotel Newhouse yesterday. The object of this meet ing of the "movie" men Is to per fect an organisation, the aim of which will be to raise the standard of the picture business in their territory. These associations have been formed throughout the east and have proved to be very successful. There appears to be a tendency to make tbe nation al board of censors a political body, rather than a non-partisan one, which will have a tendency to make tbe decisions of the board more or lees partisan. Mr. Brough states that the exhibitors are formug these organisaUons with the view of com batting the influence of a board which would be composed of partisans. Anyone can understand a FORD car. Tiiey are extremely Mmple, yet absolutely scientific in every detail. No need of a skilled mechanic to keep yoor Ford running. Tbe fl (re pas -»enger ear is only $565. Order yours today from Cruikabank A Nel MONTPELIER DEFEATS BANCROFT II TO 7 The Bancroft ball team went down to defeat laat Sunday afternoon, by a score or 11 to 7, after they thought they had the game cinched. The visitors started things going their way In the first inning by chalk ing four scores to their credit and shutting out the home team. In the second and third inniugs Bancroft dished up goose eggs for Montpelier, while they succeeded in getting two more men across home plate, which gave them a lead of 6 to 0, and it looked as they had Montpelier's goat. But in the 4th inning Staley's colts woke up and began playing hail, with the result that three men crossed home plate and the visitors were treated to a goose egg. This per formance was repeated in the 5th, which tied the score. In the 6th Bancroft worked hard to again get In the lead, but there was nothing doing, while Montpelier chalked up another score. Another goose egg was handed to the visitors in ths 7th, while Montpelier put four men across the rubber, two of the runs being the result of a pretty thfee-bagger by Gaylord. The Sth inning resulted in a shut out for Montpelier, while the visitors added one more run to their credit. In the 9th the visitors failed to score one and the game ended with a vioiory for Montpelier. The score book showe that the visi tors got only eight hits off Mulles, while Montpelier piled up 17 hits off three pitchers used by Bancroft. Mulica fanued nine men and only gave one a base on balls, while the Bancroft twtrlers walked three men and fanned eight. Gaylord, Sohoper, Mulica and Cal lahan of the home team each had tliree-base lilts to their oredit, while Cullen and Eaton, for the visitors, pulled off the same stunt. Diamond ville was scheduled to play here next Sunday, but tills writing, Friday morning, the weath er conditions are such that it Is very doubtful whether they will he able to play. However, if it clears off to night and the sun shine« tomorrow the grounds will be In good condition by Sunday. FIELDING ACADEMY COMMENCEMENT MAY 28 The commencement exercises for Fielding Academy will be held in the tabernacle at Paris on Friday, May 28, at 10 o'olock a. m. The fol lowing program will be rendered: Opening chorus—Fair Fielding. Invocation. Chorus. Our Alma Mater—Gertrude Price, class of 1909. Principal's report. Valedictory-Reuel Kuns of Bern. Vocal solo—Bertha Cook. Educational address. Remarks by Roy A. Welker. Presentation of certificates. Chorus. Benediction. H. L A. INTER-STAKE CONTEST TOMORROW The M. I. A. inter-stake try out, being the final contest comprising Bannock, Bear Lake and Htar valley stakes will be held in the Montpelier opera house Saturday, May 22, be ginning promptly at 10 o'olock a. m. A general admission of 10 cents will be charged. The contestants are ex pected to be present and draw .for places promptly at 9:45. The con tests will consist of story telling, ora tions, junior girls and junior boys chorus, male and female quartettes, and mixed double quartettes. The general publio is cordially Invited to attend these exercices. O. V. Harris, a traveling salesman, was operated on for appendicitis at the Lynn hospital last Tuesday. For sale cheap, a cream separator nearly as good as new. Call at the office of the Studebaker Co. Pete Olson, Ben Smalley, Joe Ful ler and J. D. Noblltt came down from Cokeville yesterday eveniug to at tend Masonic lodge. Picture framing neatly and reason ably done and a beautiful assortment of mouldings to select from at the Nielsen Furniture store. T 4 4 * m » # What is more alluring tl lovely, silky softness" when a woman walks forth clad i silk? We carry only the best silk in all weaves and shades. Silk crepe waists, colors, blue, white aud flesh. $ 2.11 Silk kimouas, beautiful flowered creatious of sheer silk. "that utiful u ï nmd" lri^ quality of in ï MÉ Charmeuse petticoat*, guaranteed every thread ail silk. Colors, sand, green, bine, black _7°r v 0^3 $2M Fine quality charmeuse, petticoats, black only . |.SI.98 Bilk jersey petticoats, green, bine and black.. ..I. Ladies black silk ooats, full lined with bevvy silk, «Nach $($,08 THE GOLDEN RULE Store o 11,98 0 h r -v THE FAIR STORE SAM L. LEWIS LOW PRICES OUR CHIEF ATTRACTION Challenge Sale Specials For Friday and Saturday Challenge Special No. 1. We will offer 100 dosen ladiee black lisle hose reg ular 15c grade, at, per pair 9c Not more than three pair to a customer Challenge Special No. 2. We will plaoe on aale 1,000 yards of Washington percales in a big assortment of colors, regular 10c grade, per yard.7Vi# Not mors than tan yards to a customar Challenge Special No. 3. Men's shirts in black sateen, blue chawljiry, tan color and black and white stripe, worth up to ?5c, very special at Not worn than thraa to a boyar Challenge Special No. 4. Turkish towels regular 28o a pair, special price per pair 45c 10 c While a limited quantity lasts Challenge Special No. 5. Pearl buttous, assorted colors and sizes, regular 10 c a dozen, special per dozen le One doaen to a customer Thé Fair Store—Famous for Low Prices A PLEASING RECEPTION One of the most beautiful receptions ever given in Black foot was that ten dered last Thursday to tbs charming wife of Dr. D'Orr Poynter and her sis Mias Julia Brennan, by Mrs. Fred T, Dubois and Mrs. Clayton Hoover. The beautiful Hoover borne was s bower of flowers. Mrs, E. Rases and Mrs. H. Stofiiebeam assisted in tbe living room, while Mrs. Blanche Eld redge received tbe guests. Mrs. 8. W. Wilson, assisted by the Mi end Galllgan, served punch on tbe spacious porch wblub had been turned into au apple blossom arbor. In tbe dining-room, Mrs. Charles Hart, and Mrs. Aldrich served refresh ments, assisted by Mesdames Varlsy and Hansbroogh, and the Misses Hoov er, Simmons and Peek. One of tbe most pleasing features of tbe afternoon was the musical program rendered under the direction of Mrs. Dygert, when Mesdames Reece, Dygert, Wilson, Dustin, and tbe Misses Bietbatn and Boyd rendered many beantlfui se lections. Tbe welcome given tbe ladies was a heartfelt and loyal one, aa many were old-time friends of tbe young unmar ried Doctor of years ago, and many a good story was told abont him during the afternoon.— Black foot Optimist. Jone» RAYMOND NOTES Raymond, May 19.—The parents of Mrs. H. Hi linnen arrived from Hwltser land on May 12. They expect to re main here permanently. Tbe dry farms In this section are looking better than they bave for years Tbe yonng folks of Raymond attend ed tbe dance wblt-b was given last Fri day evening in tbe Geneva ball by Krneet Huff. All report baring bad an enjoyable time. Mrs. R. D. Clark has returned borne from a abort visit, in Montpelier. A party consisting of Messrs, and Mesdames Andy Evane, Ed Hail. Asa Evans, Messrs. Max Evans nud Lynn and Geue Kimball of Belt lake, and Mias Mamie Francis spent last Mnnday fishing in Halt canyon. Wanted, boarders and roomers by Mrs. L Gaskins. A Real Buggy Sale Between now end the Fourth of July we ere going te sell every buggy end spring we heve on bend end will make some very attractive prices to accomplish it. On many of our rig* the discount wijil be at much as Twenty Five Dollars from Our Regular Cash Prices Which are already lower than the same claw of buggy can be bought elsewhere. Keine naher, too, that every one of these rigs is fully guaranteed. We can save you anywhere from $25 to $&(^ on a bug gy, so don't overlook this opportunity. BURRELL & THIEL, M_* _II_ ivlfPfl igMnNwf Boast lor Sale -A Soap. 1 offer for mis my boose complete, together with vacant lot. on corner of Jefferson nod Mb. Hones furnished ready to move in. Weabbonae with stove, stone cellar, and all Improve, manta, except barn. Hot and cold tester and bath, all furniture goes with deal. Price »9000, one half down, bal ance one to three years, interest 10 per cent. 8«e Barry Hull for inspection. Chan. E Hakrih, Blerkfoot, Idaho. Tbh buggies a t Burrell 4k Thial's buggy sale are strictly up to date in stylo and» finish and they are making the lowest prices For rent, a a-reom modern; house. Phone 218 for £ Notiez Bids tract of land known as the city perk from now until tbs 1st ol April. 191«, will be reoei T at the o«y clerk op to 8 o'clock p. oa Jobs % 1915. The council reeerv«« the right i* reiset soy or all bids. Th|:imam B arrow. City Clerk. WHO WANTS THESE? one with 115 m in $1.15, «U tor »W. a 1240 motorojd- for » 4» 8«« J, An 187 gra costing from 55 Hanak al Oraad hotel. From now on lijgDt clothing will b* a necessity. Are you fully equipped? everything that you P in it you will soil need to drese-up on K. L. Hurgoyus A Moos.