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r m sniißRT KOHs». _ . whiuht, icaitor sod Manager j Published Every Friday Montpelier, Idaho, June A, 1917 In future political campaigns there • is one thing the democrats can never accuse the republicans of doing, and that ia, refusing to support Presi dent Miüson in his war policies. It is true a few republicans In both branches of congress have voted against some of the administration measures, Jt^t the leading republi cans have stood by the president to a man, and had it not been for their influence and votes, a number of his m asures would have been defeated. Jf the president» appreciates the hear ty support that has been given him by republican senators and con gressmen he has not shown it by word or deed. When important meas ures have been pending before con gress, and some of them facing de feat, he has never once called lead ing republicans into conference with him at the White House nor in any way shown that he was mindful of their support. His councils have always been with members of his owyi party, and With those without Influence at that, for in most cases his party leaders have been fighting S Western Soldiers - : Will be fit—they eat Sunripe Rolled Oats. No other food affords the power, vim and vigor that good oats do. s m z ■■ You'll like the natural flavor, and the big, plump flakes—So palatable. Order a package today. m s S 3 S Z 5 Sunripe KoffMt—tlw pan ml« drink—refreshing end strengthen ing. All coed dealers. UTAH CEREAL FOOD CO. ! OGDEN, UTAH ÎÏÏÏÜÏ1 liais taiiiiaaiamiuiii si iiaiuaaiui! f/t -, L* : Oop*rl»«t 1*U The Hosw ut ku .^. uLelaier Without Warning ft u Raising prices without warning is unfair, but not a bit more unfair than lowering quality without warning. We propose to "stick to our guns, pledge of continued high qdality when we offer Kuppenheimer Clothes for the makers have assured us and assured you publicly of their determination to keep the quality up. So you may buy your Summer suit or top coat in the newest correct style, with the assurance of invincible value and wearing quality, even though you pay the usual prices— i > We give you a real E. L. Burgoyne & Sons : I The Kuppenheimer House in Montpelier » 9 him. Aside from naming Elihu Root to head the commission to Russia, th ® president has practically ig j nored the republican leaders in the serious conditions which confronted him. President Wilton has plead that politics play no part in this war, but his pleadings and his actions have been sadly at variance for his every action, with one exception, has been of a strict partisan nature. As far as it has been possible for him to do he has made It a one party These statements are not made at this time with the view of chilling the patriotism of any reader of the Examiner, for every loyal American should give the government his undi vided support at this time, but simply wish to cal! the attention of some of our democratic friends to a war. few facts that they should tack upon the walls of their memory for future reference, and to remind them that} the man who so long kept us out of war would, during the past three months, have found himself in "a hec of a fix" several times had it not been for the loyal support given him by republican members of congress _._ If you can't fight probably Ton can help Uncle Sam by purchasing a Liberty bond. - The Illinois legislature has abend on « d lt * Plan* for extensive building operations in the state departments and institutions, and with the ear of faith we already hear applause the Let cities, i BUILDING IN WAR TIMES. country over. Bravo! commonwealths, and the fédérai government follow suit, To which impending outbursts we reply, "Be orthodox, brethren, but don't be more orthodox than his hol iness the pope." Paris has not sus pended public building operations | because of the war. j Berlin. Neither has To curtail such operations. If by curtailment you mean putting a check on wild and wanton extrava gance, is doubtless advisable. Self confessed pork barrel expenditures must halt, and there are other pork barrels besides the celebrated cask of iniquity at Washington, kegs, we might term them. Pork States j and cities each have their own. Away with such! But not with the long projected and long needed improve ! tnents that have an incontestable ! value. Just because we are no long ; er in a position to throw money about, it does not follow that we must scrimp or perish. Neither does | lt f0 „ 0 * thRt .„imping win preve n t our perishing. t It may even help us As we look at it, a quietus clapped ion legitimate public building enter : prises would rank with the mania for private economy that is now impov ; erishing milliners and dressmakers J and many a distressed tailor. Fine ; —is it not?—to see her ladyship economize by starving her modiste! Inspiring to see her husband econo : : mize by skinning his tailor! For that! is what ÿ; comes to. And they call it patriotism. Patriotism! Ye gods and little! fishes! One plain duty of patriotism in war. time is to keep the pot a-boil ing. Waste is wicked, but lègltimate spending is virtue. Within the bounds of reason go on spending. It promotes "business as usual." steadies the state. And what It ap plies to the individual applies equal ly to municipalities, commonwealths, and the federal government, there be no havoc wrought In the building trade and its half dozen al lied industries in the name of pat riotic economy. Let To put a peremp tory quietus on legitimate and sorely needed public building projects ts to sow disaster, unrest, and distress at the very time when such calamities would work a maximum of mischief. Let us keep our hair on. In avoid ing waste, let us also avoid the econ omy that in the end spells extrava gance.—Chicago Tribune. BANNOCK COUNTY LEADS IN NUMBER REGISTERED Pocatello, June 7.—Today the county registration board completed 'he registration count for Bannock county. are unchanged, 2,058, which the state. The total for county, including Pocatello, is 3, 706. The figures for Pocatello leads Bannock Idaho Falls had a total registra tion of 846, and the county of Bon neville wHl probably exceed 1,400. Ÿ, Including Boise, BoiH registered 1,200. Ada county shows 2,166. CLOSING OUT SALE. Of our large stock of lace curtains and curtain goods in the bolt. These goods are marked below wholesale cost and are real bargains. I values in white and ecrew—scrims, I nets Rare and nottinghams. from 46 cents to 22.90 per pair, and 20 cents and up per yard for bolt goods.—The Vincent Furniture Co. Curtains FREE FREE A large, handsome picture with every cash purchase of 110 or over, at the Nielsen Furniture Co. FLOWERS Cut flowers, funeral designs, pot ted plants. Special attention given to shipping orders.-John Norton, Mont pelier, Postotfice lobby. Montpelier and Paris phones No. 17. Bring in your pictures to have [them put into a nice frame. We [Carry a large assortment of the lat jest mouldings as well as the oval frames and convex glasses at less : than half what the picture agents ! are charging.—Nielson Furniture Co. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the Justice Court of the Mont | pelier precinct, County of Bear Lake, State of Idaho. Ed. C. Rich, plaintiff, vs. D. 3. Kahler, defendant. ■ The State of Idaho sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to ap ! pear in the above entitled court to I be held at the city hall In said pre cinct, in the above entitled action, at 11 o'clock a. m. upon the 3rd day of August, 1917, and answer plaintiff's complaint on file in said court, or j plaintiff will take judgment against! you as prayed in said complaint. Said action is brought to recover; the sum of $63.90 for goods, wares and merchandise sold and delivered to you by plaintiff. Witness my hand this 7th day of June, 1917. 3. B. STALEY, Justice of the Peace. D. C. Kunx, Attorney for plaintiff. P. O. and residence, Montpelier, Id i-t-tt aho. — £ ^ ^1 fji o| j T? m Buy a Liberty Bond É Do Your Bit I [ m I * Summer Arrivals are fast tak ing the place of Spring Goods i*» m à m Of * * 1» y Sport Suits in all the new colors and styles Military Outing Suits and Outing Slippers in the Sister Sue and Emmy Lou Styles A full line of fancy waists in Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Silk Pongee, Tub Silk and pretty Voiles A large assortment of Auto Caps and Veils Knit Bathing Suits, Caps and Bags * i * m m m m Of * 4 m w s m m tfc * * tff m Reliable Merchandise at Living Prices BRENNAN & DAVIS, Montpelier 1 j m * m * SI & GEORGETOWN NOTES. Georgetown. June 6.—Last Friday a son registered at the home of Tom Hayes and a daughter at the home of M. C. Clark, and last Monday a son registered at the home of S. R Arma tage. Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stoddard drove to Lava Hot Springs, where they expect to remain for a week or two. They were accompa nied by Mrs. Ned Boiles of Montpei ier. Ernest Barkduil is nursing a brok en nose, which was caused by being kicked by a horse last Tuesday. The Junior Bee Hive girls will give a dance in the ward hall Friday night, June 15. They will also give a dance for the children that after noon. Refreshments will be served at both dances. A cordial invitation is extended to everybody and a jolly good time is expected. Miss Annie Shepherd of Paris, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. M. C. Clark. Mrs. Chas. Lindsay, M. C. Clark, E. E. Pinckney and Mr. md Geo. Hess are In Salt Lake this week. Mrs. Josephine Bloomington, visited the past week with her daughter, Mrs. George HesS. Mrs. C. W. HeSS came up from Lo gan last Monday. She will spend some time with her husband while they are shearing sheep. Shearing started last Monday and the crews will be busy until the flocks have all been shorn of their winter coats. Mrs. Rasmussen of DEAL AND UNITE WITH Mutual Creamery Company Largest Creamery in the World / on a Co-operative Plan tm mi —delightful to serve —delirious to taste —and always ready when unexpected callers ' drop ia. ft u m 1 i i ! i V: ŸJ t , ; w, 9 « ÜJ * pure food beverage that tastes Hke tug ehe —but isa't A defirioos drub for atl—for old and Servo with meals er be twee« meals. ■ Order direct from Srrfa'rSSrrmmg&lBatiina (Jo. ©qden.tUah FOR RENT, FOR SALE, ETC. WANTED—Washing by the day done at home. See Mrs Lucas or North Depot street. FOR RENT—Five room house. Call at Hotel Messerlie. POljt RENT—8-room modern house. Inquire at E. L. Burgoyne & Sons. FOR SALE—Turkey eggs by E. J. Phelps, phone 44-J-li. FOR SALE—My property, consisting of house and three and a third acres of land, Just south of city limits.—Mrs. Anna Hansen. PERCHERON STALLION ON SALE, Color, black; age, 7 years ; .weight, ; 1900 pounds; sure get and in the pink of condition for breeding; price i right. If interested, write to Wll FOR SALE—A new six-room bunga low. Inquire at this office. FOR RENT—Store room 24x78 feet. Inquire at Riter Bros, drug store. FOR SALE—A good second hand harness, complete. Call at O. E. Montieth's residence, Montpelier. FOR SALE—A residence lot in Bren nan & Davis addition. Inquire at this office. FOR RENT—Electric carpet sweep er, 26 cents per hour:—Nielsen Furniture Co. FOR RENT—Five room house two See .blocks east of new depot. Emil Grosjean at express office. t Hams & Cross, Soda Springs, Idaho. if ou don't lose time and you gain the necessary vitality produced from the healthy, pleasant outdoor exercise o£ ri'*[" ■' ** rr^le. Call and see our line. NIELSEN FURNITUE CO. Best Remedy for Whoopftig Cough. "Last winter when my little boy had the whooping cough I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. J. B. Roberts, East St. Louis, 111. "It kept hts cough loose and relieved him of those dreadful coughing spells. It is the only congh medicine I keep in the house be cause I have the most confidence in it." This remedy is also good for colds and croup. Many a man s first mistake lies in the selection of his parents.