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PCBLISaSD KVSRV FRIDAY BY 'he Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager lontpelier, Idaho, March 10, 1916 For years the citizens of Llontpelier have been clamor ng for a new depot. The de mand for it became sd insis tent that the Examiner recent y took up the fight in their behalf and by the aid of the state sanitary department suc ceeded in securing the assur ance from the Short Line offi cials that this much needed improvement would be install ed this year. Now if the city hall bonds are defeated, will it not cause the Short Line officials to say something like this: evidently in favor of public improvements pnly when they can force a railroad company or some other foreign corpor ation to pay for them. Montpelier people are u »» The Examiner urges that every man and woman i n Montpelier who will be en titled to vote on the city hall bonding question, go to the polls next Tuesday and cast their ballots for or against the proposition. It is their moral duty to do this, for the reason that the question of expend ing a considerable sum of money is at stake and the sentiment of every tax payer should be expressed. The council cannot spend money for such purposes without the $8.00 Set of GRANITE AND COPPER WARE FREE $8.00 Set of GRANITE AND COPPER WARE FREE Special Demonstration and Sale With Every Majestic Range Sold With Every Majestic Range Sold GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES OINE WEEK ONLY ONE WEEK • ONLY 1916 Commencing Monday, March 13, # Children's Souvenir Day 100 SAVE $8.00 MAJE5TICRANGE5AREMADEIN<LL-5KES...nVTVIFS 1 As a special inducement during our demonstra tion week only, with every MAJESTIC RANGE sold, prices always the same, we will give free, one handsome set of ware as illustrated here. Every piece of this ware is the best of its kind. Not a piece that is not needed in every kitchen. It cannot possibly be bought for less than $8.00. This ware is on exhibition at our store. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. story books rnpc The Quilliver's Red« i" I Axlil-s B y CLAUDE WETMORE A CHARMING STORY for boys an d girls of the advent ures of the weo Qnillivers in BIG FOL-i £S' .LAND — a story that will hold any child's interest to the v ery end, and teacn a moral lesson of life-long vaine. , „ . .„errr The first 100 boys and girls who press at to the MAJEbJ.lG RANGE SALESMAN, at our store, beti veen 3 and 5 p. m.. TUESDAY, written answers to the foil owing questions, will receive this fascinating story book FREE.. 1— What range is your mother now u. sing? 2— Give names of anyone you know o. eeding a new range._ 3— The Majestic range hae many ints of superiority Which does your mother consider h sett 4— What is your age? 6—When is your birthday ? $1.00 ARTICLE FltEE The boy or girl giving the neatest and best answer to the third question may select anv $1.00 article from our stoc - ADDITION TO THE SOUVENIR. A PRIZE FOR EVERYBC ÏDY Don't be discouraged if yon are not one the story book. Yon will reoeive a Ml CARD that will afford yon many honrs of ai susenient. Be sure to have yonr answers ready to hi <nd in at our s ore TUESDAY afternoon, between three and fiv *• They mus WRITTEN if yon wish to receive a souvenir or prize. 55] Egg raj [eg] Which Shall It Be? ON LEGS IF DESIRED Do yon intend to continue laboring, bnrnlng valuable fuel and destroying high priced food with that old worn-out cook stove? Yon KNOW that old stoves eat np a lot of fuel each year. You KNOW you have trouble in getting it to bake just right, in fact, spoil a batoh of bread every once in a while— you know it costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a good range—a range with a reputation— The Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal . f Iron Range You make no mistake in bnyiog the GREAT MAJESTIC— it's the range with the REPUTATION—ask yonr neighbors. Then, too. Its made just right and of the right kind of material —MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRO^i—rivlted together practically air tight—lined with pure asbestos—parts being malleable can't break—has a moveable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp—that's why the MAJESTIC uses so little fuel, bakes just right every day in the year, browns bread just right all over without turning, heats 15 gallons of water while breakfast is cooking—properly bandied last« a lifetime, and costa practically nothing for repairs. Don't buy the range yon expect to last a lifetime "nnsight unseen"; you'll be sure to be disappointed. Come to our store during demonstration week, see the GREAT MAJESTIC— have its many exclusive features explained—find ont why the MAJESTIC is 300 per cent stronger than other ranges where moat ranges are weakest. MAJESTIC-DEVCR-BURn • COOKER- i yrenmcR-cuixENDER-nND-&t?mr»ei?-I HEAVY-TTfl mPE IV KTOrHTIflPfBLEIZEiy KETTLE : IS OZ-ALL-TOPPER-TEA -KETTLE 14 OZ- ALL-COPPER- _ COFFEE-POT- /— . . HEAVY- MARBLEIZED-Pl/Lhinfi-PAH • - l-LARSE-MEVER-BURn-UJIREty I LRIPPIMS-Pflri; 2-?tflALL-HEVER | Bl/Rn-UL/IREIVLRIPPINQ PAN5 ft 2-5MALL-LRIP-PAN5 I L I n CAN-AL50-RE I mÏÏiæSïfheBmn , D5EL-A5 R0A5TER ot the 100 to get WTESTIC PLZZLE m B Pm % ALL during this week a special demon etrator direct from the M. 1JESTIC 'ALL ABOUT' RANGES - earth at SPECIAL % TORY will be glad to show yon show yon why the MAJESTIC is the best rang e auy price. on COME, IF YOU INTEND TO BUY Ol R NOT Education lies in KNOWING THINGS— KJ IO W why tne ed—HOW the 7CA m oven of a range—KNOW how the water is heat! c-vnw top is heated—WHY the MAJE3TIC uses so littl efuel—KSU This .« ducation may a chance to rs how a range is made inside and outside, serve yon in the future. DON'T OVERLGOÜ I KNOW THINGS shown by one who knows. OC »MR THIS SET OF WARE FREE Special Invitation to You and Your Friends and Neighbors Don't Overlook the Date: Week Beginning Monday, March 13th This is a . ; I « The Nielsen Furniture . Compa ny ! I I-%> < ■ i* aawii&A approval of two-thirds of the electors who are entitled to vote. Suppose only 150 votes should be cast next Tuesday and of that number 100 were in favor of the bonds and 50 were opposed to them, this would give the council auth ority to sell the bonds and erect the hall, but that vote would lack considerable of be ing a full and free expression of the city's qualified electors, If you favor the bonds, don't fail to go to the po|ls and say You can rest assured that every person who is opposed to the issue will reg ister his opposition. The stay at homes" have been responsible for the defeat of manv worthy candidates for public office as well as the defeat of needed public iin provements. It will only take a few minutes of your time next Tuesday to state your position on this bonding ques tion, and it is a duty yçu owe to yourself and your neighbor to go to the polls and vote. are that n en hall the cast the of the The the In calling an election to de termine whether or not bonds shall be issued for tlje purpose of erecting and equipping a city hall, the city administra tion is simply carrying out one of the pledges in the plat form upon which it was elect ed. This platform was adopt ed by a unanimous vote at a mass convention composed of representative men and wom en of the city. If the objec tions which are now made agains' the bond issue are good, th<- same objections must have b< en good a year ago, but not a voice was raised in the convention against a city hall or i l favor of any. of the improvei tents which some now claim .so greatly over shadow,the city hall. At that convention would have been a good time ai d place to have discussed thi needs of the city and, if it had there been shown up in proper iehttbat we were getting "the cart before the horse" in asi ing for bonds for a city hall at this time, no doubt the convention would have voted ci own that plank in the platform and in its place adopted one calling for a sew er, street pavement or some thing else. But if as by one voice the 20 J or more who at tended that convention went on record favoring the city hall bond is.ue. However, we now find soi îe men who took an importan. part in that con vention opposing the bond is sue, because 1 , as they claim, a city hall is not needed, that its up-keep will entail a bur den upon the taxpayers, and that we sho lid first install a a a of being'near future? sewerage system and pave Main street. We will admit, all these arc. needed improve ments, but we»can't get them all at once, nor any two of them. Neither would it be possible to install a sewerage system this year. So why should we refuse to take one step forward this year, when it will not materially delay further forward steps in the a in at we is a and a NEED OF HOME STUDY ON PART OF SCHOOL CHILDREN (Continued from first page) worst evil was in their powerful sug gestion which they made t o the juvenile mind. She saw during her survey 128 films and in half of these there were such adventures as holdups, railroad wrecks, robberies, fights and thrill ing escapes. Sex problems were up permost. The proportion of educa tional pictures was small. Mrs.] McCalla considered the pic tures more harmful to pupils of the adolescent age than to those in the grades. Speaking of the environment, the speaker said in two of the pic ture houses the ventilation was bad, in several the light was altogether too dim, and she saw many young people spooning. She also spoke of the eyestrain. St* Andrew's Church (Episcopal.) Rev. F. M. Johnson, Jr. Snnday school at 10 o'clock. Miss Marie Mnlioa, Snpt Morning prayer at 11 o'clook. Evening prayer at 7:30. Rev. Johnson will review Winston Chnrobill's book "The Inside of the Cup" at the evening service. Evening prayer, Litany, Penitential Office and sermon on Friday, Maroh 10, at 7:30. GENERAL REPAIR SHOP I ara now prepared to sharpen knives, scissors or anything else that needs sharpening; also do all kinds soldering work and stove repairing. Shop at rear of residence, third door east of Examiner office. Prompt service and reasonable charges. Grorge A. Robinson. of be why one the President Wilson believes in being prepared. Standard coal is best in the west. Kindling wood IB cents a sack.—Bateman coal and transfer, phone 154—j. Picture framing done at the Niel sen Furniture Co. •El CE T 3:1» fr' 'J'j I i.r.Taw.se The laxative tablet with the pleasant taste We nave the exclusive gelling right* t for thii great laxative ^&koSJL Store The Trial size, 10 cents. RITER BROS. DRUG CO. « I Good Advice from an Old Man: Get up early, read the Montpelier Examiner before breakfast, and learn that the MUTUAL CREAMERY COMPANY STATION IS THE PLACE TO BRING YOUR CREAM N. C. NELSON, Buyer Location: First Door East of Depot; Blue Front. a Your children can du plicate in later years your gifts of today— except their photo graphs We're the Photographers in Your Town 1 i Make the Appointment Today The Rinehart Studio "Kodak Store'' Farm Loans on Irrigat ed Land on Favor able Terms Deeds, Mortgages end Contract, Carefully Drawn Abstracts Accurately Compiled Titles Examined Insurance of AU Kinds Written Bear River Valley Land and Abstract Co. The • Nielsen Furniture Co. I Handles a Nice Line of Undertaking Goods Rontamber This. What you lose today you cannot gain tomorrow.—Ruskin.