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- i REMNANTS! REMNANTS! REMNANTS! WE ARE OFFERING A LARGE AND WIDE SELECTION OF REMNANTS IN Woolens, Outing Flannels, Gingham's, Calicoes, Silks,r a it and numerous other materials until they are gone at . V vC >011 tllC l/Olldl i THIS IS A WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU TO GET THE PIQK OF A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL AND SERVICEABLE FABRICS AT PRICES LESS THAN COST. Big Reductions in Ladies' Skirts and 0Waists • •• During this post-holiday season we are making substantial reductions in Ladies' Waists and Skirts, and the thrifty woman will find bargains in these lines that she cannot afford to overlook. Our assortment is unequaled in Southeastern Idaho, and we invite you to come in and look over our wonderful offerings. MOSE LEWIS DEPARTMENT STORE HAWLEY OPENS FIRE ON NUGENT AS U. S. SENATOR Boise, Jan. 16.—Friends of ex-Gov ernor James H. Hawley Tuesday an nounced that a fight will be made up on John F. Nugent in the primaries next summer if he accepts an appoint ment from Governor Alexander to fill out the late Senator James H. Brady's unexpired term in the Unittd States senate. If Nugent goes to the senate this winter he must be a candidate against Senator William E. Borah or any oth er candidate whom the Republicans might put forward for the long term, they say. But if Nugent will step aside now in favor of ex-Governor Hawley the latter will make a cam paign against Senator Borah next fall. That would leave Nugent without op ppsition in the primaries, friends of ex-Governor Hawley point out, and he could be a candidate for the short the long term in the senate." In indorsing Tuesday the state ments made by his friends, ex-Gover nor Hawley said: "If I am appointed to the senate now to fill out the un expired term I would expect to fulfill the promises that I have made to the party and I would make the race for the long term in the sénat." Campaign for Hawley. Dr. W. R. Hamilton of Welser, chairman of the Democratic state central committee; Fred Floed, state committeeman from Ada county; Frank Martin, Judge K. I. Perky and other friends of ex-Governor Hawley have met and started an active cam paign in his behalf. They Insist that he always has been indorsed In the primaries by Idaho Democrats, car rying every county in the state for the gubernatorial nomination in 1910 against John C. Rice of Caldwell, who is now an associate Justice of the state supreme court. They point out that he was nominated for governor in 1912 without opposition, leading his ticket by thousands of votes, although he was defeated by a small margin. In a statement given out by them ■J 2 g ■ JJ 2 ■ ■ ! Pure Food is the Keynote to Health « » ■ ■ m ■ We carry a large stock of the best and only the best in Groceries -AND Vegetables ■ ■ ■ J H J ^ ■ 5 E m m And our large buying capacity enables us to give you the LOWEST CASH PRICES. ■ WE HAVE IN STOCK EXCEPTIONALLY FINE WINE8AP AND ROME BEAUTY APPLES. m m Roghaars Cash Grocery. : tu Tuesday they say: "In 1914, Governor Hawley con tested with John F. Nugent for the nomination for United States senator and carried the primaries by a practi cally two to onfe vote apd only lost one county in the entire state. For the approaching senatorial contest against Senator Borah by common consent all Democratic leaders urged Governor Hawley to become the can didate, even Mr. Nugent stating he would give him a clear field. "Recognized Hts Strength." "These leaders recognized Gover nor Hawley's strength and also that it would require a strong candidate to contest with Senator Borah with any hope of success. Governor Hawley and his friends believe that if he is to make the race against Senator Bo rah he should have the added pres tige of the short term in the senate, which the appointment would give him; that It would not be fair to give/ the appointment to some other mai and then draft Hawley for the race against Borah. "This view was presented to Gov ernor Alexander by one of the dele gations of Democratic leaders who called upon him in the interest of Hawley. The spokesman made It clear that Governor Hawley waB re garded as the party leader as far as the fight for the senatorship was con cerned, and was perfectly willing to make the race for the long term if strengthened by appointment for the ensuing 10 months; that, upon the other hand, it Mr. Nugent or some other man was appointed, then the appointee became the titular head of the party and on an equal footing with Senator Boran and must make the race against the senior senator, leaving the field clear for Governor Hawley or some other private citizen to contest with the new man placed In the field by the Republicans for the short term. Upon this proposi tion Governor Hawley and his friends will stand." T Hawley Dislike. Break. "The whole thing is obnoxious to me," declared the former governor In discussing the threatened break in the Democratic party. "I don't think that we should indulge in politics at this time when we are getting ready to fight the Germans, and I do not believe that it would be pleaBing to the administration at Washington." He expressed himself as sorry that there was need to appoint a successor to Senator Brady. "Senator Brady stood squarely be hind the administration at Washing ton in this war, and no administration Democrat could have done better, and I tell you that there was a mighty warm place in my heart for him be cause of it, and I was sincerely touched by his death." "TIP "TOOMER NOW FULL FLEDGED AVIATOR. f On Sunday last Clifforff^wte^Tip'' Toomer left for Salt Lake to make his third attempt for acceptance in the aviation corps, and this time his hopes were realized as word was re ceived here Wednesday night t£u€ "Tip" had been accepted. T Mntds w h o iino w h o w m f l my :ious he was to get in will be glad for him, and they are already predicting the kai ser's finish. Mr. Toomer is expected back in Montpelier tomorrow night to elose up his business affairs, when he will be sent V> one of the aviation training campp. I ! ; I SCHOOL TRUSTEES TO MEET AT PARIS NEXT FRIDAY. County Superintendent Spencer an nounces that there will be a meeting of the sqhool trustees in the Academy auditorium at Paris next Friday after noon, January 25th, at 1:30 and urges that all members be present. « WOMEN'S NATIONAL DEFENSE REGISTRY CARDS DELAYED. The executive board of the Wom en's Committee Council of National Defense announces that any woman in Montpelier wishing to register all of her time for the government in either paid or volunteer service, whether already trained or wishing a course along any specified line— such as nursing, stenography, etc., may be registered at any time upon application to either Mrs. H. B. Whit man or Mrs. H. H. King. Owing to the impossibility of pro curing cards enough to register all the women in the city at this time, provision has been made for special registration along the foregoing lines, which provision is due to the preeent great demand of the government for I women workers. LYNN HOSPITAL NOTES. ! Janet Wixon of Sharon underwent ! a critical operation last week. ( Gus Dyer, a soldier boy, who is on i a furlough visiting James Pinkney : of Georgetown, was operated on last j week for appendicitis and is now con valescent. Mrs. M. Field was brought in from Camp Litton Sunday and an operation performed the same day. The five-year-old son of Bd Kearns had his tonsils and adenoids removed on Thursday. Stomach Troubles. If yoou have trouble with your stomach you should try Chamber- j Iain's Tablets. So many have been restored to health by the use of these tablets and their cost is so little. 25 cents, that It is worth while to give hem a trlaL PARENT TEACHERS' ASSOCIA TION ADVOCATES SCHOOL ON SATURDAYS. One of the most successful tneet - Ings of the Parent Teachers' aosocia i tion since its organisation was held at the High school Monday evening. Some execellent choruses were ren dered by both the Lincoln and Wash ington schools, as well as the follow ing: Violin Solo—Mr. A. C. Tueller. Reading—Master Ray Brown. Ladies Quartet by the High school girls. Violin Solo—Lucy Hurley. President Roy S. Welker of Field ing academy, a splendid address on "The School and the Home." Besides this excellent program the following resolution was passed: "Whereas, Due to war conditions, it is Imperative that the productive agencies of our country be speeded \ np and, Whereas, It is deemed necessary to conserve time, energy and labor in or der to meet the excessive demands of war, and Whereas, A large number of the students of the schools of Montpelier will be called to serve In the fields when spring comes, therefore be it Resolved, By the Parent Teachers' Association of Montpelier that the members of this association urge up on the Board of Education the necee ity of meeting this emergency by pro viding that during tne second seme ster, which begins January 21, 1918, ^ school shall be held on Saturday, in addition to the regular school week as heretofore provided, thus giving ! students the regular full semester's work and at the same time dismissing them three weeks earlier in the spring in order that they may parti cipate in the industrial and commer cial activities of the country." Roy George, Mrs. F. L. Cruick shank and Mr. K. B. Dawson were ap pointed to investigate the matter and report the result of such investiga tion to the board of education. Soon Over His Cold. Everyone speaks well of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy after hav ing used it. Mrs. George Lewis, Pittsfield, N. Y., has this to say re garding it: boy, five years old, was sick with a cold for two or three weekB. I doc tored him and used various cough medicines but nothing did him much good until I began, using Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. He then im proved rapidly and in a few dàys was >ver his cold. Last winter my little IF OP joy You WOULD PARTAKE >*<«VDR0P , N here AND Suva 4 /» STEAK i eJB\ K IF YOU WANT THAT YOUR MEALTIME ghould be an affair of joyful I ness you should investigate our ! meats. By investigate we mean ; you should purchase a portion I of our choice meat-foods, apply it to the fire, and then to your digestion. If you do this we'll make a customer. * H. H. Hoff Meat Co. John Black « all in Located in Gray's old bank will buy and sell second* band furniture. •Phene 153-J ~ Common Sense Bobs. There is only one make of Common Sense Bobs, and we sell it. Make comparisons and you will buy from us. ■ \ Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co, a A General Dealers in Implements and Hardware IDAHO AND UTAH 3 DELINQUENT NOTICE. Preston and Montpelier Irrigation Company, a corporation, principal p'.nix of b usiner, Sthoil H^nsc School Dtstrict No. 17, South Mont pelier, Bear Lake Coauty, Idaho. There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock, on account of assessment levied December 11, 1917. the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows, to-wit: Name No. of Certificate No. of Shares Arthur Nate. 5,751 H. H. Dalrymple, 75,294 43.97 Amt. 3.31 101 I And in aeordance with law, so > 36 many slimes of each parcel of such j stock as may be necessary, will be j sold at public auction on the 31st day I of January, A. D., 1918, by the sec retary of the company, at the School [ Pleasant Reminiscences Are greatly enhanceed when you have pictures of the occasions and the ones who shared them with you and many happy hours can be spent reliev ing them. We invite your inspection of our com plete line of KODAKS, $1.25 and up. We also carry a full stock of photographic supplies, films, etc., and are prepared to take care of your wants immediately. Gome in today and talk it over. loiter Bros. Drug Co THE REXALL STORE. To Our Patrons For the liberal patronage yon have extended to us in the past we feel gratified, and while the New Year will bring a new method of doing bus iness, we feel that it will result in as great benefits to you as it will to us. Let us all enter into the way of doing with a cheerful spirit and determination to double our efforts in helping Uncle Sam to bring war to an early close. ' the world TheF. C. Hansen Company FRESH GROCERIES AND MEATS Remember, % We are now selling goods for Cash Only and will supply your gro cery needs at the lowest prices pos sible consist with the cash system. Carl Spongberg, Grocer Montpelier, Idaho V 17. House ol School District No. South Montpelier, Bear Lake county, lauho this being the regular place '[•* business ol the said company, at the hour ol 12 o'clock noon of such day, to pav delinquent assessment together with the cost ol advertising and ex pense of sale. By order ol the Board ol Directors. Dated December 11, 1917. FRANCIS M. WINTERS, Secretary. RARE BARGAIN IN PIANO We will accept any reasonable offer f or a new strictly high grade piano have stored near Mont which we peller. Guaranteed for ten years. Lib eral terms. If Interested write quick to THF DENVER MUSIC CO., Den ver, Colo.