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aecdii $9» s of a z !" X • \f A /* HJjjh nf ?/ a toJSL I) >C e open one to-day here Th« picture* tbov. show many of tho groat joys of having a book account. Some joys: 1. Paying your bills by cheque. 2. Buying yonr own home. 3. Getting married 4. Having your own business. 5. Traveling where you will. 6. Comfortable I old age. Open an account at this bank today and start on the road to enjoyment of the good things of this life which only the com mand of money can give, small opening deposit will be ac cepted as readily as a large one. A FIRST NATIONAL BANK MONTPELIER, Member Regional Reserve Bank IDAHO of will rent, ley ton. T T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, June 18, 1915 Celebrate July 4th in Montpelier. Mrs. E. A. Brough and children are visiting in Salt Lake this week. House for rent; phone 218 for par ticulars. Mrs. E. H. Stout went to Salt Lake last Sunday for a ten day's visit. A corner lot for sale for $800, easy payments, at Nielsen's jewelry store Miss Kate Taylor of Cheyenne, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Robt. Sneddon. A good second-haud piano for rent or sale, cheap, at jfielBen's music store. Bryan McClure of 8alt Lake, is visiting with Montpelier relatives and friends. Wanted, a lady stenographer, apply at the office of the Farmers' Society of Equity. Herman Hoffburh went to Nevada Wednesday to accept the position of foreman of a mine. John Van Orman does all kinds of blaoksmithing in a first-class man ner. Give him a trial. Mrs. A. R. Lane and daughter Marion were Lava hot springs visit ors several days the past week. For sale, 40 h. D- automobile in good condition for $250. Inquire at this office. * Mrs. Bert Toomer returned last Saturday from a two weeks' pleasure trip to Salt Lake and Denver. For sale, one seated buggy, good condition, newly painted, call on Val U-4t Coulsen Wright of Bennington, re turned last week from Logan, where he attended school the pash year. Plain sewing promptly and neatly done by Mrs. Mamie Astle, one door east of Dr. Ashley's residence. Miss Avenelle Phelps went to Salt Lake last week for a month's visit with her cousin, MIbs Helen Raleigh. For sale, ten shares of stock In the Montpelier Irrigation company. Call on Mrs- Jake Jones. Robert Beokwith, who attended the state university at Moscow the ' > post year, retnreed last week to spend his vaeatiou at home. Automobile for sale, suitable toi farm truck, in first class condition. Inquire at Golden Rule store. A new daughter registered at the home of Hugh Bagley last Monday and one at the home of John Mes seriie on Wednesday. A great many new designs and late patterns shown in our large wall pap per department.—Nielsen Furniture Co. The people of Ward boro school district bave voted bonds to the amount of $4,500 for the purpose of erecting a new school boase. Our expert cabinet maker will make four old, broken furniture look like new. Furniture Co, Wm. Anderson and family of Cor nish, Utah, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tenscher of Geneva. Gaylord A Gaylord, chiropractors, ore again ready for business and lo cated in the old part of the Hotel Burgoyne, one block north of the Bank of Montpelier. best last this the ture The now of and np of Hedburg, Ovid, Idaho. t Bring it in.—Nielsen 25 be 10 Sr. and be Ed be as in is "What Happened to Jones," one of the funniest comedies ever written will be the feature at the Montpelier theatre tonight. A two-room furnished houge for rent, apply to Wm. J. Burke. Last week the people of Star val - ley voted bonds to the amount of $26,500 for the purpose of erecting a district high school building in Al ton. If yon aredn the market for the best steel range, call and see the celebrated Majestic at the Nielsen Furniture Co. Call and inspect our Une of mowers, rakes, stacker and haying machinery. —Bear Lake Farmers' Society of Equity, Montpelier. At the meeting of the Eastern Star Grand Chapter at Mountain Home last week, Miss Emma Spongberg of this city, was selected as Grand Warder for «lie ensuing year. If you are in need uf lace ourtains, draperies, rugs, linoleum, ete. see the large stock at the Vincent FurnB ture Co. Prices are the lowest. A'uumber of new members have been added to the tennis club and games are enjoyed every evening. The courts have been rolled and are now in excellent condition. For sale, a range and hot blast heater for $80; also two 9*12 Eiectra Axminister rugs for $25; stoves and rugs almost new. Call on Mrs. L. S. Merrill. Mrs. Mose Lewis returned lost Sat urday night from a two month's pleasure trip, which included a stay of several weeks at San Francisco and a visit with relatives in Beattie and Pocatello. We have a good position for a> live' man in this county.' We offer some thing worth while to investigate. For details write to the old reliable Albany Nurseries, Albany, Ore, The husband and. wife who show np in Montpelier by 9:30 o'clock on the morning of July 5th with the largest number of their own children will win a prize of $10. Coine on all you folks with big family. We have just received a number of new patterns In brass beds, dress ers, dining tables, upholstered rock ers, reclining chairs aud kitchen cabi nets, and we can save you money on these goods.—Vincent Furffiture Co. *, E. J. Putman, who has been acting os cashier for the Phoenix Constrac tion Co. at this place, has gone to Salt Lake to accept a position with the same company. A Mr. Baird has token his place in the Montpelier of flee. A. L. Chilton, the eye specialist, will be In Montpplier on Jane 21, 22, 28, 24, and 26. Office over Modern Drag Co., At Paris on June 25 at the Stack! home. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Pace left Wed nesday for a month's pleasure trip to the coast, going by way of Portland. From there they go by steamer to San Francisco and after viewing the sights at the exposition' they will go to Southern Californio. The question of home furnishings Ant one to newly mar ried eottpl». We can furnish your home complete and give you the lowest prices in the valley.—Vincent Furniture Co. According to the census just taken by the assessor of Lincoln county, the population of what is known os upper Star valley is 2,:>35. The *-«ti mated population of the lower valley to 1300. Five years ago the populo tion of both valleys was bat a few In an im M-hbum arrlv«. last Sunday from Humana ville, Mo., for an extended riait at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. E. Reese. She will visit the San Francisco exposi tion before returning home. If you are interested in the contest fur Goddess of Liberty, help your favorite with a few votes. Remem ber, votes are only a cent each. You carf cast them at Staley's cigar store, Riter Bros, drug store or the Modern Pharmacy. Mrs. Chae. Harris came up from Black foot last Sunday to remain while Mr. Harris is attending K. of P. grand lodge at Lewiston. While here she will sell their household goods, and hereafter will rent their house unfurnished until they eell it. For sale at cost on easy terms, a mod ern brick bungalow, located at the corner of Clay and Seventh streets one block from the high school, in good residence district; house has three bed rooms, living room, dining room, bath room, kitchen aud pantry. Inquire of W. nix Construct Mr. Young, representing the Salt Lake Telegram, was in town this week for the purpose of getting some girl to enter a contest whioh the Tele gram is conducting. He succeeded in getting Miss Mattie Dewey. Her friends can help her lu the contest by subscribing for the Telegram. At the meeting of the council Wed nesday night an ordinance waspaased making new regulations regarding the speed of autos, motor gyoles and other vehicles. The ordinance will be published next week. The oenn ell also appropriated $76 to the Fourth of July committee. If you want to spend a jolly even ing attend the ice cream social in the Second ward meeting house tonight. A good program will be rendered, starting at 8:30 prompt, after which ice cream and cake will be served at 25 cents per couple. There will also be some dancing. Admission S and 10 cents. Everybody Invited to at tend. Just before going to press we learn that there was a collision yesterday evening in Montpelier canyon be tween an auto and a boggy, the oc cupants of the auto were Wm. Heap, Sr. and his son William, and J. A. Hancock was In the buggy. The three men were more or lees injured and the auto was considerably dam aged. We were unable to learn further particulars. One good piece of work which will be done this year by the street com mittee of the council will be the Im provement of Main street, opposite Ed Rich's residence. A sufficient quantity of six foot pipe has been ordered, which will be laid from the east line of Mr. Rich's property to the south line of Main street. The present foot and wagon bridges will be torn out and after the pipe is laid the creek bed will be filled In with dirt so that the street at that point will have the. same appearance as as though the creek was not there. The committee also plans to replace tite wooden culverts at various points about town with galvanized pipe. Lyda Borelli, the celebrated Euro pean aotress who Is playing the lead in George Kleine's new five-part motion picture subject, "The Naked Truth," which will be seen at the Montpelier theatre next Monday night, is one of the best known act resses on the European stage. That she Is not better known in America is largely a question of her age, for Miss Borelli is just out of her teens. Her success in London, Paris, Vienna and Rome has been phenomenally rapid and is being compared with the sudden rise to fame of Sarah Bernhardt when that famous thesplan had fairly reached her stride a gener ation ago. Miss Borelli is unques tionably the highest paid actress In motion pictures. For her work tn "The Naked Truth" she was paid $30,000, in addition to which she re ceived an interest in the profits of the film. at B. Taylor, Supt. Phot on Co to Drinking Fountains Ordered *, The ladies who were Instrumental in raising a fund for the installation of public drinking fountains on Main street, met with the council Wednes day night to talk over the question as to where the fountains should be located. It was decided to leave this matter to the street committee and a committee of the ladles. They met last night and decided upon the lo cations as follows: One at the corner of Fourth street, one at the corner of Ninth street and one in middle of the block betw and Eleventh streets. The fountains were ordered and it is expected that they will be Installed beiore the Fourth of Jûyr. to MM ttlb at to to the go the j, sn exceptionally good ranch aad «boold biiog $26 per acre moss than we •»* tat lt - iü j the eouotj, for its size, and it is also os edtnir.oiy adapted to mixed tannin» *-«ti- We can ataoeell geod city praps y at attractive prices and on stay term*. For further partiealan, sse or write few Bear Hiver Valley Company, MontpeHer, Idaho. EXTRA BARGAIN IN RANCH We bave on our list s 266 sere rançt» st $69 per acre. It to well improved, weil located and producing s large quantity ot bay and grain. Has Amt class water-right and to easily irrigated. All good tillable land excepting shunt 5 acres, which to wsjl sheltered, and bas a good spring pa it, making it an ideal feeding-ground. ' We bsve lower priced tend, bat this McCAMMON HAS BUNCH OF BUM BAU FLAYERS McCammon's aggregation of al leged ball players came to Mont pelier last Sunday to try conclusions with Staley's Colts, but before the end of the second inning It Itecame apparent that the visitors were no match for Montpelier. In fact they couldn't play fast enough to make It interesting for either the spectators or the Montpelier team. No doubt they felt greatly relieved when, just at the ekiee of the 6th inning, old Jupiter Pluvlua pat an end to the game by opening the head gates of hie water system. The score then stood 10 to 0 in favor of Montpelier What it would have have been had the game weut the nine Innings, it is bard to imagine. The bum quality of ball, together with the rain, thoroughly disgusted the small crowd in attendance, but Manager Staley Is not to be censured for he certainly would never have arranged a game with McCammon had be known they were eucii a bum bunoh of bail players. Some of the ladies were sorry they went to the game as the rain soiled their Sunday gowns. Next Sunday there will be a game worth seeing, as Bancroft will play here again. Since they played here several weeks ago, the Banoroft team ha% been materially strengthened. However, Montpelier team is In good trim and the vteitors will have to play ball right from the start If they win the game. Montpelier's line-up for Sunday will be as follows: Callahan, 3d base; Gaylord, 3d base; Downing, center field; Malott. short stop; Draughn, right field ; Dougherty, left field ; C. Spongberg, tat base; Schoper, catch ; Mullca, pitch ; Hanak, utility. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Th« report that baa been circulated to the effeot that the Bear Lake Hot Spring* had been closed, is absolutely false. The plunge is still open to the publio and good accommodations ore oflered, os usual. First-class hotel accomodations in oonneotion. The public 1« cordially Invited to visit the springs at any time. C. D. Anurrhon, Proprietor. Marjorie Staley Leads in Contest for Goddess As yet not a great deal of interest has developed tn the contest for God dess of Liberty and Queens for the Fourth, but in all such contests the heavy voting is generally done the last day or two before the close. Re member tills oontast closes Friday night, Jane 2» at 9 o'clock. The stauding of the young ladles this morning was as follows: VROM MONTPNLIKR Marie Malica. Marjorie Staley ... Beatrice Holmes.. Louise Cherry .... Catherine Brennan Maggie Sutton .... Lucile Hall. Lydia Nielsen ... Constance McIntosh... IOo Sarah Bagley . Eulalia Stuart..... Millie Orchard. ..... Hazel Pendrey.. KROM OUTSIDK POINTS Lillian Spiers, Bennington. 216 Annie Innés, Paris. June Price, Paris.. Selma Peterson, Ovid.. Nina Johnson, Ovid ... Laura Hoff, Georgetown. 100 Cassie Quay ie, Dingle . Verona Dunford, Bloomington. Mildred Thornook, Bloomington loo Leo la Faylor, Bloomington 242 534 196 112 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 .... 100 100 100 100 100 M0 Lyon Hospital Notes. Ben Hale of Star valley and Karl Coziah of Cokeville, were operated on this weak for appendicitis. Fred Krussell, W. A. Thompson and Edna Hemmert, the latter of 8tar valley, were operated for ade noids and tonsils. Frank Sorensen was operated on for eye trouble. Operations ware also performed on Mrs E. A. Baxter, Fdna Hart, Ed Hansen and Joe Curtie. PAfflMTHlMS ■FOB SUMMEBfHMErl U V si 2 -, PM 4L You will better enjoy what the "wild waves" are saying i i you will first come to our store and get the things in which to I clothe yourself enchantingly. 1 This summer season has prod 3 many NOVELTIES hard to describe. Come I 2 in and SEE them. We spend more time in our store than l anywhere else and we try to make our I business a PLEASURE. We have done I this by pleasing our CUSTOMERS in the Equality, style and PRICE of our merchandise. Or „■ A ♦ sT* M , I ** !• èJ ■ » w, THE GOLDEN RULE a 4K.W . * * •'SSlSà.* ** • to* , — H THE FAIR STORE SAM L LEWIS LOW PRICES OUR CHIEF ATTRACTION June Cle l* m m. Owing to the unfavorable weather during the entire month of May s month of June shows similar of contfnuously stormy weather and this for this reason we are putting out a clearance of summer dry goods and wearing apparel at reduced prices. Dry Goods and Dress Goods Ladies' Coats, Suits, DresMt and Waists Spring and Rummer styles in the beet Aaeortnient of colors. Will be sold st uuuHUflliy low prices for quick clear ance. 8j**ciai silk poplin dreseee, regu lar $12 .50 grade at..., . $ 5.75 Ladies silk lisle hose, black, reg ular 15c grade, pr.. ,9t Mens silk lisle hoee, regular 15c «racla, 8 prs. for ISc 15c crepe, as'ted colors special, yd 25c crepe, as'ted colors, yd. 85c seed voil, beautiful colors, special per yard. 50c albatross voila, yard ... 10c perea le», »pedal, yd,.. . 7 Big Reduction in Mens and Boys Work and Dress Shirts Mens regular 75c shirts ..... Regular 35c boys shirts, come in blue. 12 l-2c Regular 504 boys waists, in light and dark colors .. Mens 36c silk neckties 48« Shoes 19c I» S1JB Mm»« »Ik Boy« «Ik Big r*dn hid* «hm», (2.76 grads hid« «ho»«, rsgntar S3 85 grad*... SMB itlasi to tadtoa aad ahlldrse* whit« «an Mens and Boys Clothing voas and t'»th«*r «how. Childrens regular 76e whit« eaavos «Upper« ...-■$ Don't t** misted by knock nr* or eon*p«titora or moil order hoimm ss our big redactions In nrUMa mokas them howl. It is onqti*« tion* bit hard for them to meet «nr price« therefore thvy keep on knocking If you fall to investigate our prlues on clothing and quality a« weil it certainly will be the Iom on your side a* w« can »ave you at l«aat from $6 on a nuit. Men« $2.50 grade trunners, rand* of Lester doth, special. HJI f 10 and try I« The Fair Store-Famous for Low Prices Exhibition of Elcictric Range Cooking By Noted Expert imnnt« In eleotrto rang» cooking, H. Davi«, opposite the Sidney An exhibition visualizing the latest develo] will be held at the former plumbing shop of Geo. Btevens Implement Company, Monday and Tuesday, June 21st and 22nd From 2:30 to 5 o'clock p. m. The Utah Power and Light Company has engaged the noted electric range expert, MISS MARY GRAY MARSTON for a series of exhibitions and informal discussions on electric range« and electric lange cooking —these exhibitions to take place at the former plumbing shop of Geo. H. Davis, opposite the Sidney Stevens Implement Compauy store, next Mon day and Tuesday afternoon from 2:80 to 6 o'clock. Miss Marstou will explain every detail of electric cooking and Invite inform al discussions of all ladies who attend. She bri ngs the last word in new methods of electric cooking, and it will be a highly Interesting and valuably instructive ex hibition, wbicb no Montpelier housewife should miss. You and yonr friend* are cordially invited to be preeent. UTAH POWER & LIGHT COMPANY "EFFICIENT PUBLIC SERVICE "