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m : •:>i ;i| : cl Ol n F : it: k' : •: ;ij ÜÜ! l I j;rtt m 1 ? As a small boy he ran away to sea and at nineteen was cap tain and part owner of a trading vessel. Invested savings were profitable and he sup ported the government with a five -million dollar loan in the 1812 war. Girard college for poor boys is his monument. There is not much variation in these stories of men's achievements. The poor boy who works earnestly and saves as much as possible for future investment generally is the person who commands men and directs great en te rp ri ses in after years. Now is the time for you to build for the future. Begin by depositing a part of your salary with us this week. Get the saving habit It will help you later. Multiply your money in our cares. The First National Bank IDAHO Stephen Girard MONTPELIER, Member Regional Reserve Bank sale. Miss They ville Mau G. er's Hoff sus ed T T Local News Montpelier, Idaho. May 19, 1916 For Standard coal phone 154-J. Magazines at Rlter Bros. Drug Company. F. M. Williams has been engaged at the Rex theatre as trap drummer. Good lawn hose at the Nielsen Furniture company. Carl Spongberg was in Pocatello Wednesday on business. Bargains in baby buggies at the Nielsen Furniture Co. The Walters Stock company will present "Corlanton" at the Montpe lier theatre Monday night. May 29. A fine line of graduation presents at the Nielsen jewelry store at a 20 per cent discount. Leland Bolles has accepted a posi tion with the Gem State Lumber Co„ in Pocatello. Furnished roms for rent. Apply to Mrs. John Wells. A son registered at the home of Arnold Zumbrunnen or Raymond last Wednesday. A $17 dresser, large and roomy, tor $11 at the Nielsen Furniture Co. Miss Elma Zumbrunnen, who has been visiting in Salt Lake for sever al months, returned to Montpelier last Wednesday. An electric vacuum rug and car pet cleaner for rent at 25c an hour. —Nielsen Furniture Co. E. C. Dunovan of the Three Rale store, drew the center pelce which was raffled this week by Mrs. 8hlp ley. Mrs. G. Spongberg came up from Pocatello last Sunday for a week'a visit at the home of her son, Carl. Great values In dining tables In all sizes and finishes at the Nielsen Fur niture Co. For Mle, a baby buggy, pernam bulator style, In good condition.— Mrs. R. C. Heikes. Freemont Hall and J. F. Aeger-* ter represented Walnut Camp at the W. O. W. district convention, which was held at Preston this week. If it isn't an Eastman it isn't a Kodak Kodaks are a standardized article. Prices here are same as at the factory less the ex press chargea. Let us show you the new 1916 models and explain their improvements. THE RINEHART STUDIO Good seed oats and feed oats for sale. Call on Mose Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. William Osborne and Miss Jane Osborne of Rexburg. are visiting at the home of J. M. Phelps. They drove over in their auto. In order to reduce the stock the Nielsen Furniture Co., is offering special inducements in rockers. At the town election held In Coke ville on Tuesday of last week Frank Mau was elected mayon, and Chas. G. Peters and John A. Larsen were chosen as councilmen. For sale, one mare, 7 years old, weight 1200 pounds. Inquire at My er's confectionery store or of Ernest Hoff at Georgetown. Wanted, to trade a German Coach stallion,- 8 years old and weighing 1800 pounds for other horses. See Mark Dalrymple, Montpelier. W. F. Strothers, the optician who was with Goodman & Christman for several months, is now in St. Alphon sus hospital in Boise, and his condi tion is quite serious. If you are looking for the best boys' shoes for the money, believe me, we have them.— H. B. Whitman. Last Monday Mrs. C. H. Toomer underwent an operation tor appen dicitis at the L. D. S. hospital in Salt Lake. Her condition was quite ser ious at the time of the operation, but word from Sait Lake last night stat ed that she was resting nicely. J. Luscher, manager for the Utah Power & Light Co., returned Wed nesday from Salt Lake, where he at tended a meeting of the company's district managers and accountants. See those bargain tables at H. B. Whitman's. On them you will find children's shoes, summer underwear, overalls, shrlts, ladles' waists, hose and lots of other items. Call and see them. to of Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or phosphate may be bought for a trifle leas than Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which is made from cream of tartar, de rived from grapes.. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. If a cheap baking powder is used for a fine cake and the cake turns out a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap bak ing powder. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder pro duces the finest food, and its use, therefore, results in an actual saving. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BARING POWDER MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED FROM CRAPES Tb« public library will be open to morrow afternoon during the usual hours. All who hare books are re quested to fumigate them well be fore returning them to the library. last for See that beautiful line of ladies' silk waists—just what you have been | we looking for—from 96 cents up at H. B. Whitman's. m«r. Bear Lake's delegation to the dem- I hta cent tcratic state convention, which was teld in Pocatello yesterday, made the I next time trip in Autoa. They left here Wed nesday afternoon and are expected home tonight. the at in Tlios. Sneddon of Diamondville. I spent several days the past week in I the city with his son, R. N. Mr. I ends Sneddon Is one of Wyoming's- dele- lord gates to the republican national con-1 For sale, a folding bed and mat tress, almost new; inquire at office of Mutual Creamery Co. ventlon. If you want the beet range on earth, get the Majestic, sold by the Nielsen Furniture Co. D. C. Oakley writes from Afton, saying that he will shortly esta Jlish auto service between Afton and Mont- 1 on pelier. He will make a round trip | each day and guarantees that he will get passengers over the road in good time. the Green trading stamps given with all cash purchases and on all ac paid within 30 days at the 1 counts Nielsen Furniture company. Chas. Smuin came In from Rex burg the first of the week to take a position as salesman for the C. W. A M. Co. He will be on tlm road most I of the time. Mr. Smuin has served I as a field salesman for the company | tor the past eight years. The head managers of the Wood men of the World have purchased from Denver bond brokers $10,000 . worth of the Montpelier city hall I B They have also purchased bonds. Preston's school bond issue of $17, for and are the were old, My Coach See who for condi best appen Salt ser but stat Utah Wed at B. find hose and 600 . Cigars that are just right at Rltei Bros. Drug Co In sending $3 to have his subscrip tion peg moved up a couple of notches, Charlie Robison writes from New Plymouth as follows: "We have had a cold spring here, nearly all of the fruit Is frozen. I have traded for a fine ranch near here." A lot of small pigs for Mle. Phone | Ezra Phelps, 46-J-ll. Lorenzo Swenson of this city and Miss Beatrice Wrlde of Payson, Utah, I were married in Salt Lake last Wed-1 nesday. Lorenzo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Swenson and his bride is the sister of Mre. Minnie Perkins of this city. For sale, a Ford auto which has I just been overhauled and Is In good I condltlon. Call at the telephone ex- 1 change. Next Monday W. A. Spiers will op en his barber shop in the Hotel Bur goyne block. He has a complete new I and up-to-date outfit and the shop I will be sanitary in every reaped. He will operate two chairs, and the pub lic will be assured of prompt service | and courteous treatment. If yon are in the market tor a new steel range this spring, don't over look the Great Majestic at the Nelson Furniture Co. The messie situation la clearing up nicely. But very few new cases have developed this week, and con ditions are snch that the city board of health has decided to raise the quarantine next Monday. This will enable the picture shows to resume business that night, and other pub lic gatherings can also be held. From the large number of cases of mea sles that have existed It is fortunate I that not one has resulted fatally. BALL GAME NEXT SUNDAY Instead of going to the ball park last Sunday afternoon and rooting for Staley's Colts, the baseball fans contented themselves by sitting around a Ore, and wondertog if we | we re going to have winter or sum m«r. - * If the weather man pets back on I hta l» 1 » * nd *' T ®» anything like de cent weather there will be a came I next Sunday afternoon at which time Staley'e Colts and a team from the Phoenix Construction Co's, force at Camp Lifton will cross bats. The game will be called at 9 o'clock. The Colts have been working out every evening this week and will be in trim condition to meet their op I ponents. Mulica and Hanak will of I flctate at the firing and receiving I ends of the battery. Aside from Oay lord and Downing, the line-up will be composed of new men, who Staley le trying out. The Phoenix people My that they have got a strong line-up and will give the Coita a good run for their money. 1 on Main street Saturday afternoon, | May 87.. Auction sale of household goods The horse which Robert Measerll advertised as lost in last week's Ex aminer. waa found In Montpelier creek about a half mile above where the creek empties Into Bear River. Both of th ® »«'niais front legs were 1 broken, the cause of which Mr. Mes serll can't account, animal at about $125. He valued the a I Let us show you the nttrnetivs new I models from $1.25 up.—Rinehart's | studio. All out doors Invites your kodak. Mr. and Mrs. George Schoper re turned last week from a visit with Mr. Schoper's parents st Guttenberg, Iowa. They also visited in Wlscon . I B * n> Chicago and other points in Il linois. George reports that the weather throughout Iowa and Illi nois was about three weeks later than usual. of of A new four room cottage for rent. Call at Nielsen Furniture Co. Arthur Vincent came in from Twin Falls Sunday morning to attend to some business. He reports that he is well pleased with the buslneM out look in his new home and is satis fied that the Vincent Furniture Co. was fortunate In securing a stock of | furniture In that city. Hhe returned to Twin Falls Tuesday morning. For Mle, a pure bred, three-yMr and I old bull, price $176. Call or write to Hall A Sons, Geneva, Idaho. Mr. G. W. Manning, traveling repre sentative of the BoIm Statesman, gave Montpelier a column and a half write-up in Wednesday's Issue of that Besides the write-up there has I paper, I was a large cut of the Hotel Bur ex- 1 goyne. Most of the data for the ar tide wm furnished to Mr. Manning by the Examiner. op Bur new I gentleman road agent la one of the shop I leading episodes in "The Girl of the He Golden West," the world renowned pub- Belasco drama which will be the of | ferlng on the screen at the Rex thM A game of cards for the life of a tre on May 24 and 26. This is only one of a hundred thrilling incidents which go to make this the most am bitious photoplay yet released by the Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play com pany. new over cases con board the will W. C. Davis of Montpelier, has purchased two acres of farm land from Jim Armstrong and will short ly build a modern home, where he expects to reside. Mr. Davis is the distinguished father of Mrs. J. C. j Budrow and Mr „ Ro , wbite of thl , pub From place and we are glad to have him for a resident of our growing and prosperous little village.— Bancroft Standard. mea In buying graduation presents at the Nielsen jewelry store you are given a discount of 20 per cent. The high school slumni wilt pre sent their elever military comedy, "A Little Savage," at Dingle on Thursday night. May 28. They are also figuring on presenting the play at several other points in the coun ty, and may go to Cokevllle with It. The young people are deserving of good patronage wherever they msy appear. The play is an entertaining one and it is handled in a most cred liable manner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis returned the first of lut week from Salt Lake where Mr. Davis spent eleven weeks In the Holy Croee hospital u a resslt of sn operation for appendicitis. Al though s little vak yet. Mr. Davis is able to get around and he feels that j it will be only a matter of a short I time until he regains his old time strength. Let ns figure on any cement work that you are irolng to have done this season. We make a specialty of I cement walks AU work guaranteed I and prices are right.—Alfred Blaser Phone 264- j. . Lk Every well regulated hoiiae h )ld is needing new furniture, o: h new rug, after the spring conning. Here is the place to g t the best variety at the n oat moderate price«. \, T e aolieit a visit of inspection a; id promise you a surprise in furniture values. We are agents for the Os termoor and Sealy mat tresses. THIS TIME OF YEAR The Vincent Furniture Company Shirts A complete line of all the very latest ideas in shirts for men and boys are now being shown. •The line of «oft and starched dress shirts Is one of excep tional beauty Prices ranging from $1 to $3 Especially attractive sport shirts for $1 The quality of these shirts is guaranteed by the names Arrow and Monarch Shirts Call and See Them E. L Burgoyne & Son the of a REX THEATRE the W. M. HUCHART; M,r MONDAY May 22 has he the C. , NIGHT, *«****», * * Jesse L Lasky Presents America's Most Versatile Star I * i I Blanche Sweety ^Pcuxunourit- * In a Picturizatior De Luxe ^ ^ him and i of th* Moat 1 (trilling and Emotional Dramatic Soccom at are ♦ * ♦ * « pre on are play It. of msy cred STOLEN GOODS By Margaret Turnbull ceaeed bsv fake arrest. Wonderful 1 who becomes a rad Lake resslt Al is that short time work this of Blaser ED. C. RICH HIQH GRAPE GROCERIES FRUITS AND VeQKTABLKS* -