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A j ) // w / i Lf J III Vj VI ll K l tz * Checks 1 A Convenience * I A checking account your command enables you to pay bills without leaving your home— to send remittances anywhere with the least effort at on your part. And every check when celled and returned to you at the end of each month is an k unquestionable receipL Can Open an ac count with us NOW. I Sa fety—Honesty - Courtesy-Service The First National Bank MONTPELIER, IDAHO £ Member Regional Reserve Bank Î T Local News Montpelier, Friday Oct. 26, 19l!7 E. A. Burrell was a Boise visi tor several days the past week. Just received a full line of la dles', misses' and children's coats In all of the latest styles.—Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis. —Mis* Bessie Layng of Pocatello, vls-J ited with Montpelier friends several] days this week. Mrs.JSEn sn of Ontario, the mmZoi >r, Mrs. S. 6. Staley. Take a fool's advice and buy a year's supply of flour now while it is within your reach.Montpeiier Mill-, lug Co. Oregon, is Vit her mi /&. Edward Chrlstofferson went to Rexburg today to accept a position with the mercantile firm of Flamm 4L Company.— We have a full line of men's suits and overcoats in the new trench and military styles. Inspect our stock before you buy.—Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis. Mrs. P. L. Tawney and baby Ruth of Rigby, are visiting at the home of Mrs. T's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dalrymple. Kodaks, sameras, films and sup plies, at Rinehart's studio, the kodak ■tors. The Brotherhood Railroad Train men will give their 17th annual ball at the pavilion on Wednesday night, November 21. Bring your broken down furniture to our hospital, we can make it good as new.—Nielsen nearly as Furniture Company. Forest Ranger Leroy Lindsay ~ has been transferred from the Caribou to the Cache forest, with headquar ters at Mink Creek. He left for bis new field of labor this week. We are Bole agent for the Madam Grace corst. We invite you to come and see all of the new models—u Grace corset. We invite you to come Sam L. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brennan went to Salt Lake yesterday morning, ac companying their son, Junior, who will undergo an operation for ap pendicitis. The public library is open In the city hall every Saturday afteruoou from 1:30 until 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Thor C. Nielsen and two sons left In their car last Fri day morning for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will remain until the close of school next June. We have a large ty»« ot heaters to choose from at way down pri«ses. —Nielson Furniture Co. Mrs. Austin Peay of Pocatello, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Burke. Call in and take a good look them and make a comparison.—Nlel ten Furnitur* Co. Thos. In the last six months the G. S government has purchased 160 car loads of Majestic ranges. sign that they are all right. That's a « sure ap " Wall Paper at Vincent's. Milton Robinson Jones is the name of a young man who made his pearance at the home of Lee Jones last Wednesday night. He weighs 10 pounds and ia as lively as a cricket. A beautiful line of silks in the new plaids. strlpes and colora L. and new fall shades. Your inspection is Invited.—Fair Store. Sam !WlS. Mr and Mrs. Frank Preston left last week for a month's visit at dif ferent points In Oklahoma and Mia-, souri. _ _ .J _ The Red Cross has received a large shipment of yarn and those de siring to knit for the soldiers secure what yarn they need by call ing at the home of Mrs. O. H. Groo. Farm loans, long time, 8 per cent Interest, no commissions, <eeady as soon as title is shown clear. Hear River Valley Laud A Abstract can money The Third Ward Primary associa tion will give a Hallowe'en party at the meeting house on Wednesday night. October 31. A good program will be rendered, after which re freshments will be served. Every body welcome. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Warner of Butte, were Montpelier visitors last Monday. They were returning kome from a trip to California. Mr. War ner Is an old Short Line brakeman having run out of here with Jack Wedel twenty years ago. Chief of Police John Hilller turned Tuesday from a ten days' vis it at Blackfoot, Burley and Twin Falls. Mrs. Hiltier. who was with him, went on to Union, Oregon, tp visit for a couple of months with relatives. re Dr. Bayllff, the eye specialist, of PariB, will be in Montpelier every 'Wednesday, commencing October 31. Sufferers from headache, blurred vision or other eye troubles will do well to see him. His methods of treatment give results, after others have failed. Consultation free and satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Effle Williams arrived Wed nesday afternoon from Long Beach, Cal., for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Cheney. From here she will go to Pueblo and other Colorado points to visit with other sister and attend to some busi ness matters. M. B. Cherry was a business vis itor in Idaho Falls over Mrs Cherry accompanied him aa far as Pocatello, where she stopped to visit with her daughter, Louise, who now holds a good position with the Gem State Lumber company there. B. C. Carter, who has been lino type operator in this office for the past three months left for Cald well last Sunday to visit with rela tives for a short tiime. after which he will return to Iowa. His place is now filled by F. R. Mayes, an exper ienced operator and newspaper man. late of Alliance, Nebr v He is accom panied by his wife and daughter. The former is also an experienced atjmtotype operator, and with their aid we hope to be able to give our read era a better paper la the future. an Sunday. it. H. Ferguson ud tartaaed at cards last Wednesday, BBMLjuUke latter.* iCarl Spongberg ; sad a krodnctOD JTSa decorations wer« in keeping with the Hallowe'en season Mrs. C. E won the prse for high score at cards and Mrs. M J. Darts the "all cut" prise. In a "traveling" game j the prise went to Mrs. Scarlett. AI dainty luncheon w4s served at 6:30. If you wish to save buy Mont j pelier flour, which costs the least ! money and makes the most bread. Every sack guaranteed.—Montpelier 13 ! : Milling Co. The local Red Croea appeals to I the women and girls of Bear Lake county to give a few spare houre to serving the needy men at the front by knitting garments which will be absolutely necessary during the com ing winter months. A few socks or a sweater, which does not require much time in the making, will go a long way. can call on Groo, who will also furnish Instruc tions for making the different artl Any one wishing yarn or phone Mrs. O. H. el the city are now ini moved from Main street , which sreatly improves the appearance of jthat thoroughfare. The tine to Coke-i vJ,,e *»»■ »too been completed, which gives us direct communication to that t°wn, aa well as to Ketnmerer. This will save lots of time and trouble to those who have occasion to talk over the phone with parties In those towns. The telephone company has about completed its wor k of rebuil ding the li ° e> l a this city,' PrâctîciTîÿaïîof the lines cables. The poles have been re t j,.. . . Last Saturday was a gala day for the enterprising people of 8t. Charles for on that day they held a town > fair and although It was the first i event of the kind It proved to be such a successful one that the town will likely be a yearly event In the future. BT. CHARLES PEOPLE HOI J) SUCCESSFUL TOWN FAIR j a j r I The forenoon was spent In lng the exhibits in the hall and allTgather there after plac amuaement the people began to i dinner expres slons of surprise were made by every ! one- at the great variety and lence of the exhibits. exeol were There pumpkins and squashes as large a wash tub, and potatoes as large I—well, we won't state how large our Informant said some of them' for our readers who didn't see them ■ wouldn't believe the statement. There! were also many fine samples of ev- 1 ery other kind of garden truck. Then ; there were apples that would have j taken the blue ribbon at any coun ty fair in the state. Talk about canned fruit and were. pre serves—why the exhibits demonstrat ed that the good housewives of St. Charles bad not only been busy this fall but they know how to put fruit for the winter's use. j up The gen erous array of canned fruit caused everyone there to suddenly feel though they were 'powerful hun gry. 1 The young ladles also demonstrat ed that they are adepts with the needle for there was a fine display of fancy work of all kinds. The "kids" also had a hand in the fair and displayed some splendid work from the primary department. After all had reviewed the splen did exhibits, a program was render ed, and then a session of kangaroo court was held, with B. M. Pugmlre as judgs. A number of people—both old and young—were haled before "hla honor" who asaeased against them In sums ranging from 25 to 50 centa. After "court" ad journed the people returned to their homes, to do the chores and get a bite to eat. Later in the evening they again asembied at the hall and en joyed themselves at dancing until a late hour. If the St. Charles people bad only let- It be known that they were to have this big doins', they would have had visitors from every section of the county. We suggest to them that next year they do not keep their light under a bushel, but let It shine forth so all of the county can see what they are dong. fines ! j Georgetown, October 26—Mrs. A. W. Welker is spending a few weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bacon, while A. W. ia working on the threshing machine. Exercises were held here Wednes day afternoon. Some good musical number» were rendered and several talks were made urging the people to buy Liberty bonds. A dance was given ' In the evening, which was largely at tended. Hotel. Montpelier. Saturday, Oct. 27. Those having any trouble whatever GEORGETOWN NOTKH. Ca »A*** If F. J. Alexander, Optometrist of above company will be at Burgoyne LAST CONTINGENT TO LEAVE , ON NOYLMltKK The district exemption board has .certified to the local board the follow ; in * «>»»«• for service In the national * m ? : Seymour 8. Kuns. Nicholas Kun *- A. Ktcbebarrie. Gaston Kram ouape, Andy J.Wells. John T. Kane, Lawrence Malone, C. W Tenscber. ' R - f. Stokes. F. L. Bolton, Chaa.H. 8t * ph#M - C ° MaU,,on »«d Oils V NanU Tht ' l ** 1 n " BU ' d *»*• already b * en " 8si * ,u>d to C**»P Funston. Th * district board also directed the local board to send with the next contingent which will leave f >n November 7th. The three extra men are to take the place of three already sent, but who have been released for different causes. As Mr. Nantx Is already in the service, and as Nicholas Kuus. John T. Kane and C. W. Tuescher are physically Incapacitated, the balance of the above named will all have to go on November 7th. ten men A CORRECTION. It appears that our Georgetown correspondent was slightly at error In reporting the auto accident last Hyrum Larsen writes us that the facts were shout as follows: His car was being trailed Into ; Montpelier behind C. W. Hess' car i When Mias Peqora had passed the Hess car by very close quarters she ! took the road and struck Mr. Larsen's car, smashing the front wheels blame is attached to Mias Pocora it Is evident she did not see that Mr. Hess nyu trailing a car. week, No a»> DR. A. L. ( HILTON Rye Specialist troubles Rye school troubles for boys and girls. R, * ht *■»*• study a pleasure. In Montpelier. Nov. 1», SO, SI, 28. 84 and 26; offlee at Goodman A Christ man's Jewelry store; at Paris, Nov. S3. Stuckl's home, * * > v V at the home of Mrs. Irma Robinson at the home of Mrs. Irma Robinson; one block south of Winter's grocery store on Sunday night October 28, at 8 o'clock, by Rev. R. O. Hadley, lec turer for the International Bible Students' association. Topic—The Outcome of the Present Great War Foretold in the Bible. The lecture will be non-sectarian. [HtKOivn«' à 4 , A PRESCRIPTION IS BIO wih power only w hen it is c*mi [>oun<Je«l of tiie hi^hpst quality drugs in the mont exp« rt arid painstaking manner. A |.o*»rl;' or carelf'8Bly compound** 1 pr*,* i*cription may do harm instead of being bwncficial to tl»j in dividual. If you bring u pre scription here you can Im* thoroughly assured that tin* medicine will do it» work to the highent deegree of effiei enejr. j-'OR RENT— Housekeeping Modern Drug Co. MONTPELIER - rooms ; first door east of R. N. Sneddon's: residence. „ , . . . WANTED—General work by a girl; phone 168. • FOR RENT. FOR HALF.. KTC. ' WANTED—Hides, pelts and furs; will pay highest cash price; see me before selling; Indications are that . the market to going to be high— Sam L. Lewis. FOR SALE—A Buck basting stove in first class condition ; see Mr«. Mme Lewis. FOR SALE—A good business prop erty; eaU oa Boar River Volley 1 7. ■ if 1 * The mckiN wifh morvey . fj put some of 1^'f his earnings , the Bank \/ * wherv he was ^ young. He is vgi enjoying it I^i^pont be working to hard until yo Ä \$ dav oat any m money in the Si Bank. ™ START IT NOW* It is a comfortable feeling 1 to know that you have money In the bank, so that when your hair is white and your steps grow slower you can enjoy the fruits of your early saving. The time to bank and save your money is when you you are MARINO money. Your earning power will not last forever. Now is the time to cut out extravagances of all kinds and hank every dollar you Put YOUR money in OUR hank li 1 A ' fci\J \ ! V I 11 * ,u UP ißf W//W j can. Bank: of Montpelier IN(X)KPt)RATED INI O. O. GRAT. President Hit HARD GROO, Cesfttsr — FALL WEATHER BRINGS A DEMAND FOR DIFFERENT TOILET ARTI CLES SUCH AS TALCUMS, £<>1T> CREAMS, HAND LO TIONS. FACE POWDERS. TRY OPR OWN MAKE HAND LOTION RITER BROS. DRUG CO. THE REXALL STORE BOOST MONTPELIER V' Friend« who have been In to see «»or new himir tell u« «liai rv> on« living In Montpelier 11« now JuatUtoeJ In going ooialde the city to boy furniture. "Whatever reason there may have a«»w entirely removed. Y our «tore I« abeo lutely complete In every particular; right." they «ay. If you are one of tluiae who have b«Mfi for till» Im eh«» pmM In lx*ew g utng outside this city to buy »«• furniture, rugs, etc,. wtiy mu ImdL carefully Into «U that the NIKLMKN EI HMTt HE («, «Hier«? You will appreciate the large «irtmrnl of good goods i'l**M*l her e . NIELSEN FURNITURE CO. IO 'tLLL*£*ï. 2 L. trj • miles from Soda Sprigs; : ! fenced and •• acrea under cultiva tlon; good boas*, barn and oat hoaaea; call oa or writs to Do. f H. Beckstrom. Moatpsllsr. WANTED—Laborers for trenching, Vk to 40 conta par hour. Par rot 41 Christof fersen. Montpelier 1 FOR SALE— 8A kodak la drat condition at reasonable price, call at Rlnohart stodlo FOR SALE- you u g thoroughbred Chester Whits hoars; Inquire of H H Maguire. Montpelier ! ** TOO ARE la aeod of a guaranteed mailing Its* ia yoar vicinity or county or Mata, or have gay folder mailing, you can get a large otr culatlos by add teas lag R. & Rasas. President W entera Compiling Go.. ft : Yo ® «•» «dd 126 te »M a mogih to fP*» «me Our mmney making plag m a winner for mtftay mm or «omen. We furnish otttDt free and tmmth yog how to goo it. Send postal at one* (or "Fartle ulgrg of the Money-Making Flag." Act promptly before the vacancy to filled in your territory. Address Publisher. Box ill N. Times Sonars Btatlon New York Ciity AtRMMt always when • railing orators or promt seat private of «ar rsstlooaitets announces that ho * «mag ta state «mitrthiog la a nut boll, ho proceeds to select one at toast • Ug a« • ctironut to do It In. Kswlaor IS after November 1st.