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Ladies' Suits and Coats We have received a new shipment of Ladies' Suits and Coats in a good as sortment of sizes. They are all nifty garments and range in prices to suit all classes. * mL Moses Lewis Department Store f I iMnn"-imi'i,W;. Km Bf»». . MB,;;; in.»' These Oats Selected for 'Sunripe' Our experts go from one field to another in search of big, plump oats, which are good enough to be used for Sunripe Rolled Oats. We cannot afford to have you find one package below the "Sunripe" standard. We know our perma nent success depends on our keeping the quality above all others. Serve "Sunripe" next time. SUNRIPE KOFFE-ET—the pure grain drink— refreshing and strengthening. All good dealers. Utah Cereal Food Company j Ogden, Utnk. t NO INCREASE IN FOREST GRAZING FEES NEXT YEAR Ogden, Nov. 21,—On account of the abnormal conditions at present the Secretary of Agriculture has de cided that the grazing fees on nation al forests should not be increased for the next grazing season at least. His position in the matter is outlined in a letter to T. W. Tomlison, secretary of the American National Live Stock association, which is quoted below: "The further study fit the value of grazing privileges on lands within the different national forests, refer red to in my letter of February 1, 1917, has been made during the past summer and indicates that in general the tees charged this year are still be low the real value of the forage. In the meantime, however, many impor tant changes have taken place due to the present war conditions, and the stockmen have been called upon to overcome many difficulties in order to keep up the country's supply of beef, mutton, hides and wool not only for , our own use but also to help meet the needs of the allies. "In view of this situation I have decided to defer action in connecton with any further increase in grazing \ fees on the national forests for the present. Whether the postponment will continue until the close of the war I can not now determine, since 1 have no way of forecasting probable economic developments. For the time being the grazing fees now in force will be continued, with the exception of such minor changes as may seem advisable to adjust and correlate the fees between certain forests or groups of forests." PROHIBITION DEFEATED IN IOWA BY 932 VOTES. Constitutional prohibition was de feated in the October election in Iowa by a majorty of 932 votes, according It isn't every client who is able to KNITTED ARTICLES BADLY NEEDED BY THE SOLDIERS. The locad Red Cross chapter 1 b in receipt of a communication from headquarters of the Northwestern di vision at Seattle, In which urgent requests are made for knitted articles for the soldiers. One of the commu nications is as follows: "It is imperative that all of the sweaters, wristlets and sockB that can possibly made by the women of the country should be turned in to the supply department at the earliest pos sible dates. "With the cold weather coming on the demand for sweaters especially has been beyond the capacity of all our resources to supply. "We have forwarded promptly all knitted articles received from the chapters, and have in addition been compelled to buy in the market Ave hundred Atty thousand sweaters, of which about two hundred Afty thou sand have been delivered. These sweaters are machine knit and the yarn used ls a mixture of cotton and wool so that it does not withdraw any considerable amount of yarn from the w omen knitters of the Red Cross. "We are buying all the yarn we are able to secure that Is suitable for knitters and sending It out to the chapters as fast as we can get deliv ery of It. "We have received from the chap ters about two hundred thousand sweaters and approximately the same number of machine made sweaters, s 11 of which have been delivered to the men In the camps and training stations, with the exception of a few thousand which we have had to send to France. Requests of our organiza tion in France for sweaters and knit ted goods have had to remain unsat isfied on account of our inability to secure enough tor men in our own Armytqpd Navy. "We call upon the women to give as their very best effort that we may be able to furnish our own men with those comforts and have some to share for the dire needs in France." i ! ! to ! a DAIRY CATTLE ARRIVE, to - * j ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF Another shipment of Holstein cat-1 tie consisting of high grade and pure-1 bred stock, imported by the Burton ! Creamerv comnanv was recentiv do reamery company, was recently de- ! livered among the prosperous dairy farmers of Star Valley. These cattle were bought from the ' ac ,_ » . . . , . . , . best dairy districts of Wisconsin, and this purchase swells the amount ex- ! as pended by our local Creamery com- ! . TT , . . , of Holstein cattle into our valley to nearly 150,000.00.—Afton Indepen- j pany in the purchase and importation I dent. NINE HUNDRED TONS OF HAY BURNED. I I Tuesday night, fire destroyed 900 ! tons of hay on the J. C. Brandon | ranch just west of town. The hay j belonged to Mr. Brandon and Lorenzo | Jeffs, the latter gentleman farming ' the place. The stack was insured for ! about 75 per cent of the market! value. I There seems that there was no ' f possible way for the Are to have oc curred other than It was set on Are. j The stack was In the Aeld with a fence around It. A large hay derrick was also destroyed. Therç seems to be no clue to who ! t^e perpetrators of the deed are.—St. Anthony Peak. \ OUR BULLY BOATS ARE YET AFLOAT. (Words by I. V. Tunks.) The Kaiser's boast to exterminate I "The gallant Yankee ships— And wallop all the universe" BeAt his breachy Ats. His stygian dreams hit shy the mark, j As sage or knave may see. His ghoulish braip, corrupt and dark, ! Expose his treachery. Chorus: Our bully boats are yet aAoat Upon the briny sea; Our jolly tara will man the spars When Huns are non-de-gee. The Kaiser spout when down and out, "Mein crown vos nix kom rouse." And Fritzy squak "We're ln der hawk Ker-smash it max nix house." Our ships yet sail with U. S. mail Heedless the Kaiser's threat, "To mop us off the face of earth Or Bnare us in his net." His harsh guffaws he'll swap for sighs And soon hard plead for peace. When down he's plunged his father land Below discordant Greece. Chorus: THINGS WORTH THINKING OF. (By Rev. Israel Putnam.) Love for the world is the best cure for the love of the world. The best translation of the Bible is its translation into the lives«>f men. | Sin makes its own hell in the soul of the sinner. Truth is the Rock of Ages. Men are paying the biggest price for their destruction while their sal vation is free. Heroism is not estimated by the j pound. A contented soul is harder to find than a man who owns the Universe. Sin soaked in tears of repentance is easiest washed away. Indulgence of the eyes in lewd | scenes is as bad as Intoxication of | the stomach in whisky. If a man will not hear the voice 1 of failure and falling he will never 1 hear, nor know, the voice of success 1 and praise. He who thinks most of his own happiness knows least of it. No hell can harm if Heaven be in the heart. He who is at rest from hlmaelf and 1 at work tor others is the happiest! man on earth, or in Heaven. 1 THE FAREWELL TO THE WESTERN BOYS. The following peom was composed by a lady of Charlotte» N. C., as an appreciation of the manly character iof the western boys as shown daring I their short stay in the southern city: ^The boys are leaving, breaking camp, 1 To the front perhaps, we know not '• where. » But this we know, God will protect Each youthful trooper, with love and : care. Our short acquaintance with these men Has been such as to make us proud. ' We love the noise of these noble boys I And their splendid manhood, they are endowed. I ! As they go out, we must not forget | They light our battles without com plaint, A more noble thing could not be done By man on earth, or in Heaven, a Saint. For freedom's right, for honor's sake To protect our flag, they give their lives, To protect our homes, all to us dear. Our children, Mothers, sisters, wives. Boys, accept our best wishes as you go, May you come back heroes all— Come back to Mother, who gave her boy— Gave him freely, gave her all. ! On your return, we welcome you. I From our heatrs we say again We love the noise of you WESTERN BOYS, I Noble-hearted, loyal. Western men. PIANO FOR SALE We have on hand at Montpelier a| new, high-grade piano, which, If dis- 1 posed of at once, can be bought at a substantial reduction price. Quality | ! absolutely guaraanteed. Liberal terms ; ! to responsible party. If interested in ! a proposition of this kind do not fail to write The DENVER MUSIO COM- j PANY, at Denver, Colo., at once for 11 2-7t. particulars. ! As we Krow older a,,d ,eBS acUve - ! leBfJ and , e88 food )8 required to meet the demands of our bodies. If too 'much is habitually taken, the stom ' ac ^ rebel. When a man reaches the advanced age of 85 or 90, you win flnd that he ls a i ight ea ter B( , ! as careful as you will, however, you ! win occasionally eat more than you should and will feel the need of Chamberlain's Tablets to correct the disorder. These tablets do not con j tain pepsin, but strengthen the stom ach and enable It to perform its func tions naturally. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels. An Old Man's Stomach. I I Ridicule seldom kills unless the I death is deserved. I'\ ! | A business man takes no note of j time—if he can get spot cash, | — ' SOLD BY Burrell & Thiel ! I ' f m. j Bn P® glS ! HI |§| ' ; A \ I j ! 5a [52 j : : 3 5 Orte Shows Model No. SY Fuel Saving Draft The Big Saving Helps Pay The Grocery Bills C OAL is half gas. The gas part, is quickly driven from the coal and es capes up the chimney unless saved and util ized for cooking by Cole's famous fuel sav ing and gas burning Hot Blast draft. The fuel bills saved by this remarkable invention will cut your high cost of living. Yon can't afford to be without | j | | 1 1 1 1 Cole's Oven High I (Patented) Range 1 ! If heats—cooks -bakes wish one lire. +49 . I He: "The dinner was perfect and this coffee is ht for a King. She: "It ought to be-it's Ch ase & Sanborn's *Seal Brand ? The King of All Coffees n I ROGHAAR'S CASH GROCERY Belling Agents Phone 70 They're Here Those choice winter ap ples from Weiser— a car load of them. But they won't last long. Get your winter's supply now. l TheF. C. Hansen Company FRESH GROCERIES AND MEATS I'\ Canned Goods When in need of canned fruits or vegetables, 'remember that Spongberg's is the place to send your order. All of our brands are the best—never do you find anything but pure, appetizing foodstuffs in any of the various canned brands that come from our store. Use more canned food and save worry. Carl Spongberg, Grocer Montpelier, Idaho T Williams & Hess DEALERS I IN Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed Hogs and Veal KEHMERER, ROCK SPRINGS AND UTAH COAL Seneca Stock and Poultry Food PHONES: Office izq-w Warehouse iao-j * The In- N i comparable j Baby Food. ÿ Make* dclirat « ' babies healthy; keeps healthy babies ivell. Mothers * Milk~ "Nearest WIDEMANN'S PUM. UNSWEETENED. EVAPORATED GOAT MILK A Perfect Food also for Invalids • AT LEADING DRUGGISTS 1^ Pat up in 11-uc. Tins jé WIDEmTNN GDAT MILK CO, Phv«ici«n's Big. '*-•*" Son Fr enxa*. « CM. For a Weak Stomach. As a rule all you need to do is to adopt a diet suited to your age and occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when constipat ed, ^take one of Chamberlain's Tab lets, BUY OIL STOCK We advise the immediate pur chase of ATLAS CRUDE OIL CO. STOCK At $0 cents per share Stock will advance as the drill nears the oil sands We buy and sell stocks of all ^ leading Wyoming Oil Conq ies at the market price. I Send for Wyoming oil map free WALTERS & COMPANY 223-224 Denham Bldg. Denver, )an Colo.