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ÏÏÏÏï ■ Jiiiiii. : ii: — ^ V s St !?i / Ik mPiWl ) :• ! : ft : A . *» „ jjf & i N ^235" 7 He was born into wealth, but he knew the value of thrift and practiced it. Ready money wisely invested made him an international firiarv cier, and ready money enabled him to save the country from possible panics in the late seventies and in 1907 by control of financial Ready money will be just as valuable to you as it was to Morgan if you hope to enjoy prosperity and comfort and be free of debt worries. Be ready to face the future courageously and cheerfully, what Fate decrees — be it sunshine or sorrow. Come in today and start an account with us. Add to it from every pay envelope you get Funds in bank strengthen a man's "backbone." Multiply your money in our care. cJ.Pierpont Morgan. resources. no matter The First National Bank IDAHO MONTPELIER, Member Regional Reserve Bank II T Local News Montpelier, Idaho, July 14, 1916 For state auditor, L. L. Folsom.— Adv. Base ball next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock—Lewiston, Utah, vs. SStaley's Colts. Have you used California Citrus Cream.—Riter Bros Drug Co. sells it. Keep in mind the race meet at Montpelier on August 15, 16, 17 and 18. The biggest and fastest string of horses that ever contested for purses in Southern Idaho will be here. For chaffed, sunburned skin use Harmony Cold Cream. Sold by Riter Bros. Drug Co. I have just received my line of samples for men's fall and winter suits. Call and see them. SSeiler, the tailor. All out doors invites your kodak. Let us show you the attractive new models from $1.25 up.—Rinehart's Studio. Workmen are putting the finish ing touches on the Interior of the new depot, and it is expected that it will be ready for occupancy within the next two weeks. Fred Ice delivered to any part of the city for 75 cents a hudred. Phone 52 —Spongberg'» grocery. You can get extras guaranteed to fit the McCormick Mowers at C. W. & M. Co. Mrs. R. R. Hunter, who has been visiting with her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. R. Rinehart, will leave this after noon for her home at Spokane, Wash. If you are going to fence this sea son, let the C. W. & M. Co. furnisi A car load ot you with cedar posts, northern cedar posts just received— they last a life time. Mrs. E. D. Moore arrived from Iowa City, Iowa, last Monday and will spend a couple of months with her son, H. M. Moore, manager of the Riter Bros. Drug Co. The C. W. A M. (To carry a full McCormick Une of extras for the Mowers. Mrs. Ed. Brady and daughter of Pocatello, visited friends over Sunday, companied by Mrs. Brady's sister, of Anamosa, Iowa, who is spending the summer with them. with Montpelier They were ae If ii isn't isn't a kodak. If it isn't a kodak, it isn't autographic. If it isn't autographic, it isn't up-to-date. Buy your kodaks from Pro fessional Photographers, who can start you right. THE RINEHART STUDIO KODAK STORE an Eastman, it > —— Mrs. Hayes Groo drove over from Evanston last Sunday in a new Buick car, which they purchased in Salt Lake last week. She was accompan ied by Miss Geneva Wright of Salt Lake, who will visit here for a couple of months. It will! The I)ain mower stands at the topi for efficiency and service. pay you to call at the C. W. A M. Co. and look the same over before buy Jtig ft mower. At Paris last Wednesday Auditor seph Allen of Smoot, Wyo., and Susie Saturday, July 29, for one month, Mrs. O. H. Groo requests that all books be returned to the library on that day. All fines not paid by that date will be placed in the hands of a collector. Broomhead united in marriage Jo Vail of Riverdale, Utah. The public library will close on Tfie Deere line of sulky rakes are •superior to any other on the market An examination and trial will verify I his statement. For sale by the U VV. A M. Co. Thor Nielsen and family left on Thursday of last week for a two months' sojourn at Glencoe, their summer home on the shores of Bear Lake - Speaking of the strike—look us over and see how our prices strike you.—The Vincent Fur niture Co. Mrs. Evan Christensen of Grace, visited this week with Frank Miles and family. goods and A free lecture will be given at Odd Fellows hall Sunday afternoon, July 23 at 3 o'clock by T. P. Yates, lectur er for the International Bible Stu dents' association. No collection. John McLaughlin rturned last Tuesday from Denver, where he had been in attendance at the 27th an nual convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engin eers. the convention, which was in session four weeks. There were 846 delegates in Bring your tubes and casings to Athav's vulcanizing shop, second door west of Cruikshank & Nelson's garage. Work guaranteed. C. P. Larks of Pocatello, has ac cepted the position as linotype oper *ator and job printer in the Exam He is an experienced and aftr he gets "the iner office, workman liang of things" in the office every thing will be running smoothly igain. Mr. Larks is also a good mu sician and has had a number of years' •xperience in both orchestra and brass bands. A r r-e. 1 . .e , „ A. L Chilton the eye specialist will be in Montpelier on July 17, 18, 19, 20, 22 and 23, office over Mod era Drug Co. At Paris July 21 at the Stucki home. ... , , „ .... . The Flash of an Emerald, feat uring Robert Warwick in the charac ter of Lucius Waldeck. will be shown at the Montpelier theatre tomorrow night. The character of Waldeck Is a study in complex villainy; he is urbane, polished, insinuating, gra cious. but aboves all vulturisb. excellent cast supports Mr. W'arwick An and the settings and photography are admirable. JUDGE GU H EK X UNTIES SKVEX NiTTI.iL KNOTS District court convened at Paris The day was spent in setting the cases, hearing motions and demurrers. Besides the local attorneys, Jesse Budge of Pocatello and Jesse Rich of Pres ton have cases before the court, The time of the court was taken last Monday morning with Judge Gu heen on the bench. up nearly all Tuesday In listening to the complaints of those who . , seeking to have the nuptial knots untied, and when court adjourned that evening the judge had lifted the were seven matrimonial couples. Amanda Hartley. Maud E. Bergman Burgman. yoke from Hartley from Jno. F. Fred Elizabeth from Albert Beutler Beutler. Eugene Clark from Ruth Clark, Albert Dlmick from Ida Dimlck. Chas. M. Macauley from Mary J. Macauley. Janet Peck from James Peck. from The suit of Resste Jones against Charles Jones was dismissed upon motion of the plaintiff. Wednesday the Jury returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of the state vs. Frank Miles, who was recently convicted In the municipal court of Montpelier on the charge of exceeding the speed limit with htB auto withir. the city limits. It took the jury about a half an hour to reach a verdict in the case. The court issued a decree quieting the title to certain lands as prayed for in the case of Parley Qeorge the unknown heirs of John Turner. The case of C. A. Quigley vs. Mau rice Tippets to recover on a contract. 1 was sttled out of court, as was also the case of John Quayle and John T. Peterson against vs. the Short Line. ! This was a suit for damages. The case of the state vs. Grant Wilcox, charged with grand larceny, was dismissed upon motion of the ; county attorney. There were several minor criminal cases on the docket and a large num ber of civil cases. The judge will clean the docket up as close as possi ble before he adjourns court for the 1 term. WorlTwas begun last Monday wid ______ ening the sidewalks to 16 feet Main street, between Eighth and De Oil pot streets, and it will be pushed to completion as rapidly as possible. The stork paid its ninth visit to 1 the home of Assessor James Dunn in Paris last Sunday night and left Jim now has seven j daughters and two sons and he says: thaf he wouldn't take a million dol- ; | ,ars for any one of them. If you are Interested in the best ran Be on the market, let us demon- ! a daughter. j ! through strate the Universal range—the blue beauty can be seen in our window. The Vincent Furniture Co. Howard Platt passed Montpelier last Monday morning his first tour of inspection over this division of the Short Line, since his promotion to the position of general manager. _ During his stop here Mr. ! Platt met' Jack Wadel and some of He is the same geni on t * he other " boy8 .. he ratlroaded wlth 15 years ago. al Howard as of old and enjoyed swapping a few yarns with the old timers. Good ice delivered to any part of the city at the rate of 76 cents a hundred pounds. Meat Market. Phone the City The Bee Hive girls will give an en tertainment and dance at the First ward hall next Monday night, onade will be served. 'only 15 cents. Lem Admission Everybody welcome. It is wonderful what grand bread can he made from Montpelier Turkey Red Flour. Don't take our word for ; but bu F a large loaf of bread from the Royal bakery and be vinced. con The Montpelier Milling Co. ' If you need a harness now is the I time to buy as leather products advancing in price. We sell the old reliable "Gopher" brand of harness, made especially for hard service, and we are selling at reasonable prices - H ! . ar F u ment to sell a Dain mower for by looking it over you can readily see the superior points. Call and let us show them to you at the C W A M C. W. A M. Co. Seeing is believing It takes no g Co The most stylish line of slippers for ladies, misses and children at H. Whitman's. No high prices on ° Ur * hoe8 ' but * ood8 t*> a t wear and look well. _ . . The header is the only one with an adjustable reel which makes it convenient for anv heighth of grain. No roller bearings to break aml trouM „ Ca „ and , (jok tbr . m OV er at the C W A M Co ' Mr - farmer: Call and see the lat e8t word ip cream separators, the f- mp ire Link-Blade. It is the best tbe ma rket, costs less, lightest sl<tmn:l i n K-—The Co. runnlng. easiest to clean and closest Vincent Furniture Read the Montpellwr Examiner. i MOTH KR IN DEAD Mrs. Caroline Wright died at 7:30 o'clock this morning: at the home of her son f> g Wright. Death was caused from stomach trouble, with which she had suffered for the past year. Deceased was born in Indiana on April 8. 1833. and therefore had liv ed to the ripe old age of 83 three months and years. twelve days. She was the mother of nine children, only one of whom, the writer, vive her. sur She is also survived by six grand children, one of whom, Everett Herman, is now with the Second Idaho regiment at Nogales. Arizona At the time of going to press thiB morning the hour for funeral hart not been set, but It will probably be some time tomorrow afternoon. j LKJVINTOX, UTAH, TEAM PUAYM HKRK SUNDAY The fast aggregation of ball tosa ers from Lewiston, Utah, will meet Staley's Colts on the local diamond next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Lewiston team Is the! fastest one in northern Utah, having won every game this season. Staley says that he will be prepared for them and will have the strongest line-up of the Swuyne of Pocatello will shoot the pill for the Colts, season. Don't forget the date-next Sun- i day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. GEORGETOWN NOTKH Georgetown. July 12.—Evorybody j Is busy getting ready to put up the first crop of hay. The Bee Hive Girls and the Boy ! scouts went to .the lake yesterday ! and will remain until Friday. Mrs. C. W. Hess was operated on j for appendicitis at the Montpelier ! hospital last Monday night. Dave Darkdull, who was ill with pneumonia at Lynn Bros.' hospital, ! has returned home and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoddard and Mrs. John Hoff returned last Monday from Utah, where they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Roy Shaver of Logan, return-1 Wilh th ' >m " nd Wln vlHlt hor par ' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Barkdull are j visiting with Mr. and Mrs. HarrlBon Tippetts. .. . , ;'"tV da "f hter ', 0e ° r S« 18 to celebrate , < , l , n ^ er ay n proper style. There ; W e a good 1 me for ever ybody. uaivna n * M ! Bishop Hayes and wife went to Star valley Monday to visit with AT NT. CHARI,EH St. Charles, July 11.—Last Frl j day morning the many friends of ! George Willkes were pained to learn ; that he had pa880d away, following heart St ' cbarle8 27 years ago and grew to manbood here. Some years ago ! be marr *ed Miss Effle Blade and they Mtartd on life's pathway under most favorable circumstances. chlldren came to bless their borne, an extended illness with trouble. The deceased was born In 1 two wbom have passed to the ° reat Beyond, Four Funeral services were held last Sunda y and many assembled at the me0t,n K house to pay their respects The speakers were E. M. Allred. J. A. Hunt. E. M. Füg to his memory. ln,re and BUhop Transtrum, and oach one te8t,,,0d t° th 0 excellent character of the deceased. He en joyed the confidence and respect of all who knew him. The floral offer ings were many and beautiful. Besides his wife and two little sons, he Is survived by an aged moth er and a number of brothers snd ! sisters. ' PARJH ITKMH 0ventn F when J. R. Shepherd and son A1, red were returning In their car ,ro ÿ lhe,r c * ra P at Swan creek they <*>in d0d with Thomas Pugmlre. who was driving a Ford, which was put out of commission. The Shepherd Paris, July 13.—Last Saturday car wa " BlighlIy damaged, but was able t 0 continue on its journey. As c,dentB t»f this kind willl continue to ! bappen 80 long as drivers of cars permit their lights to burn at full blast while passing other cars or vehicles While coming to Paris from his ranch at Lanark the other day, J T. Passey was thrown from his buggy an<1 8U8t ained very bad bruise, „„ hu rieht arm ur ' d M 8 E J Hanaen left ear * y * 88t Saturday morning, via the Paris-Franklin road, for a short visit on narrow grades. with relative, at Logan. The road iB r0portt * d to be In good condition, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dines and daughter came up from Ogden in their car last Monday, They were accompanied by their son, Dr. Innés. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bunderson of St. Charles, left in their terday. via Garden City and Logan, for a short visit in Brigham City. The telephone line between Parts car yes Everyone comes to Riter Bros. Drujj Store for A Good Fountain Drink Our Nodus and drinks art* those cold, satisfying thirst quenchers and umde just to suit your taste. Only pure fruits and syrups are used which uiukes our fountain drinks the kind you like. You name it we'll make it. Riter Bros. Drug: Co. THE REXALL STORE > I > > \\ horn Quality Counts nml Consistent Prices Prevail Fresh Vegetables \\ lion you want Home nice fresh vegetables there is one place to come for them and that is to Spongberg'i. All our vegetables are the very freshest that can pos sibly be bought in the best markets in California. They are shipped to us by express and are fresh every day. Give us a trial. You can phone your vegetable order to us and it will be given the Kiime careful attention that you get when you make ns a personal call. Carl Spongberg, Grocer Montpelier, Idaho Our Store is A Pure Food Store The innre the hygienic* value understood the greater our When wo make the low prices fur which we are known we never make a eut in the quality of the ««hkIh. We have a dandy stock fanned goods on hand — in we always have h i l t line uf I liest • ie w a ! t<- , f f I e.tu Heu .uni i\ f ,n I H - in line wi|li if put gr< leery il i uf il -I • ni I \ n if r .. . U Ilf w F. C. Hansen Company I and Sharon. which reverts to tbe government on July 20, will be sd vertlsed and offered for sale In tbe near future. The measles epidemic still exists In 8t. Charles, and If people do not observe the quarantine regulations better there Is no telling when It will end. FOR SALE AND RENT ITEMS town, For rent, first-class pasture near Plume 97 or 222' For sale, 100 head of pigs all the way from two mooths to a year old. Will sell cheap for cash. — F. H. Dsl ton, Jr. P 0 l *er. Veils. y or «ale. a pure brPd fow Call on O. Loertscber. Montpelier, „ . „ Oats for sale.—Apply at Goebel's ranch near Paris. For sale, 220-acre farm near Mont For particulars see John J. or " *' h " ua * wUb 60x140 lot n good location; bouse has four room8 and basement ; cement walks, For prie* see Contractor Powell. For sale, a 7-jr ln f 1.200 pounds. r-old mare, weigh Call on Mrs. J. J. Myer in Montpelier or Ernest Hoff at Georgetown. omy separator, Jensen. For sale cheap, a two Mated bug , cutter and «con Call on Mrs. J. P two blocks north of T. L. Glenn's residence. For rent, five room modem house. Phone 167. gy, single harn For sale, a residence lot In good location on North »tb street. Call at Gro ° * Toomer's garage. Two room furnished bouse, ply st the First Nstlonsl bank Ap A good house for rent. Call on Mrs. H. F. Spldell. or phone 21S. Wanted, by a girl 17 years old. a position st general Call at this office. house work. For sale cheap, a modern, four room bungs low, lot 52x148, In good location. Inquire at the Examiner office. For sale, a pure bred Jersey cow, will soon be fresh. Call on O. Loert scher, Montpelier. For rent, a good pasture. See Win lllrscbl. one block north of the high school. For sale. Ice cream parlor, with cigars, confectionery end light lunch es, Well established and doing a good business. flee. Inqulrs at this of RARE BARGAIN IN PIANO We will accept any reasonable of fer for a new high-grade piano which we have stored at Montpelier. Lib eral terms to Particulars will writing to THE DENVER MUSIC COMPANY. Denver, Colorado a responsible parly be furnished by Sunday Excursion Trips. Half rates for Hundajr trips Tl«k ets or. sale «very Sunday, also tiek.ia KOiHl from Saturday until Monday . t a little bit more. Ask O. K L. agents for details. Bee those bargain tables at H. B On them you will Snd children's shoes, summer underwear, overalls, shrlu. Indien' waists, hose snd lota of other Items. Call and Whitman's. sew them. When in need of a separator, d<m't over look tbs Vega, the separator witli the trouble left out. besides tteing the ses I set running. It Is the cleanest skim tiling For sale by the C. W A M. Co. Subscribe for the Cosmlssr.