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Are You Buying
THRIFT STAMPS
EVERY DAY?
If you buy 25c Thrift Stamps at the rate
of only one a day, and exchanged each
book of 16 (with a few cents added) for a
certificate worth $5.00 in 1923, you are saving
money at the rate of $10.00 a month.
Good investment, isn't it? And a patriotic habit
besides —for every single Thrift Stamp is a little
added momentum behind the one great common
desire — to shorten this war.
Thrift Stamps are for sale at the postoffice,
by all mail carriers and at
most stores.
THIS ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND DONATED BY
The First National Bank
Dr.
tello,
tives
week.
All
song
hear
day
Glenn's
Î
Local News
Montpelier, Friday, Feb. 22, 1918
Mrs. Alvin Meyers of Soda Springs
was a Montpelier visitor over Sunday.
Mrs. L. F. Harrod left on Tuesday
morning for a few day's visit in Salt
Lake.
W.
has
uia
and
Brady
week.
pelier
and
Bear
A good selection of sacred and
classical songs at Nielsen's music
store.
Miss Laura Wuthrick has been
confined to her home this week with
la grippe.
. Genuine Hand Painted Oil Paint
ings and Pastels at the Nielsen Music
store.
A new son registered at the home
of Thos. Smith of Sharon, last Mon
day.
Your battle worn Furniture made
like new at our furniture hospital.—
Nielsen Furniture company.
Forest Ranger and Mrs. R. E. Gor
don of Georgetown, were over Sun
day visitors in Montpelier.
The pavilion orchestra will play Go.
for a dance at Ovid on next Tuesday
evening.
The free public library In the city
hall is open every Saturday afternoon
until 5 o'clock.
F. W. Boehme of Geneva attended
to business matters In Montpelier
on Monday.
R. B. Hayes and family of Glelch
Alberta Canada Is visiting rela
tives and friends at Georgetown.
Tubs, Wringers, Boilers,
Ironing Boards, Clothes Racks, etc.
Anything and everything you need for
washday.— H. B. Whitman.
Dr. Beiwer of the state board of
health will visit Montpelier tomorrow
at the request of the city authorities.
There is a new son at the home of
Milford Loveland of this city,
arrived last Saturday.
A son was born last Friday to Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Willis at the home
of Mrs. Willis' mother, Mrs. Anna
McDonald.
Wonderful bargain, a six foot
Round Oak Dining Table, regular
price $21.00 For a few days $14.50
—Nielsen Furniture company.
Mr. Sivel Nelson of Ovid and Miss
Leone Wallentine of Paris,
married in Salt Lake on Friday.
Feb. 16.
Plenty of Sewer Pipe on hand of
good quality. Sewer Pipes connected.
Prices reasonable. Robert Ray, phone
von,
at
en,
Pails,
the
He
j
were
92.
Mrs. H. R. Walker and sister. Miss
Esther Schmid left on Sunday for
Salt Lake where they will visit for
two weeks.
Please compare our prices on Gro
ceries with any mail order house and
you will see that we are cheaper. Be
sides you ese what you are getting
and if anything is not right we stand
ready to make it right.— H. B. Whlt-lr.as
t
and
from
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Sutton of Poca
tello, visited with Bear Lake rela
tives and friends several days this
week.
All the latest popular and patriotic
song hits have Just arrived. Come and
hear them at the Nielsen Music store.
Mrs. McIntosh returned last Fri
day from a six weeks' visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Ed Lambert, at
Glenn's Ferry.
7th.
Mr.
W. W. Clark of Georgetown, who
has been severely 111 from pneumo
uia is reported to be much impie Ycd
and Will soon be able to be up.
Our new lines of Spring Ginghams,
Cheviots and Percales just In.— H. B.
Whitman.
Mesdames P. J. Layng and Ed
Brady of Pocatello, visited with
Montpelier friends several days this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nash of Mont
pelier are visitors in Los Angeles,
and will spend the remainder of the
winter at the Corona apartments.
Farm loans, long time, 8 per cent
interest, no commissions, money
reeady as soon as title is shows dear.
Bear River Valley Land it Abstract
iny
ror
ny's
at
for
it
Go.
of
Be
Mrs. Irene Miller of Big Sandy.
Montana, who has been visiting her
von, A1 Miller, at Liberty, was the
.tuest of Mrs. H. B. Whitman this
week.
High Grade Furniture, the kind U>
make your home beautiful. If yo
haven't the cash we Will help you out.
—Nielsen Furniture company.
«1
The pavilion orchestra will play'
at the Paris pavilion on the night of
The occasion is the an
Mrs. Glenn Young Is her© from
Pocatello visiting her husband, wh<
sas been ill for some time.
Young is a flremai on the Short
Line.
March 1st.
nual Junior Prom of Fielding acad
emy.
Mr.
We have Just received a full line of
the latest patterns In Linoleum, both
nlaid and printed. See these beau
ifut and serviceable patterns before
ou buy.—Nielsen Furniture Co.
The children of the First ward will
live an operetta, "Little Red Riding
lood," In the First ward meeting
house tonight, and there will bl
ither musical and vocal numbers.
The ladies of the. Red Cross wish
o earnestly rejuest that all those
j having yarn get in their knitting to
|>he Red Cross rooms here not later
han March 1st. and a shipment wilt j
tie made on that ^late.
Hundreds of rolls of wall paper
will be sold at special prices as we
are crowded for room and are discon
tlnuing this line Bargains for
vho wish paper for spring
-leaning; 10c a roll and up. -The
Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis.
On February 3rd the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Henry Hess at George
town was the scene of a delightful
dinner party at which covers were
laid for eighteen. Munie and speech
c* were also enjoyed, the occasion
being in honor of Gilbert Hess who
for
for
Be
Whlt-lr.as gone to Willard, Utah, to make
bis home.
tic
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and friend, in Salt Lake. Ogden and,
LoKan - I Mis»
Word comes of the marriage of 1
Leslie Gee and Miss Clara Kmllv 1
Campbell, which was solemnised at Misa
Kalamn. Washington, on February j is
Mr. Oee Is the eldest aon off Mon.
Miss Lizzie Teuachor and Mias May
Widmer of Geneva, have returned
from a month's visit with relatives
7th.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oee of this city.
If you are contemplating doing »on
iny fencing, we have a carload of died
Cedar Posts coming in. Save your
■rders for us as the price will be low taken
C. W. A M. Co. Salt
home
ror first class posts.
L. F. Harrod, manager of the Vir
ginia Agricultural Chomlcal compa
ny's phosphate mine at Sage, was a
business visitor in Montpelier from
Monday to Thursday of this week.
not
vices
C. A. 8packman of the forest ser
vice. left on Sunday for hla station
at Freedom, Wyoming. Mr. Spack
man was on detail In the local office
for about a month, and also »pent a
couple of weeks In the District office
it Ogden.
;
We have a large line of tinware,
<ranlteware, crockery and glassware.
Be sure and visit our 6, 10, 15 and 25
Yon will find Just j ;
ent sections,
what you need for the kitchen and 1 •
home. Prices very low considering ] 1
he cost of merchandise on today's j ;
markets. —H .
TfSTph Perkins la home for s short !
visit with his parents. Last August !
Ralph enlisted at Salt Lake In the j
medical department of the army and
was soon afterwards sent to Ft. Riley,
«1

Tta'n., Were he is now stationed,
W. II. Kidd spent last Sunday with
his family here. •'Bill' has been at
Black foot for the past two months,
assisting his son-in-law, Lee Bowen.
n the automobile business. He re
turned to Blacktoot Monday after
coon.
Ob Sunday evening, Feb. 24. Ken
eth B. Dawson will speak at the
Second ward on ''Social Service,"
• nd will explain the werk of the
unlor Red Cross. A good musical
i-ogram has been arrange.l.
•rybody Invited.
Beautiful Golden Oak Dresser,
Prend» Piste bevel edged mirror.
Regular price »20.00. for a few days
*13.50.—Nielsen Furniture company.
Pictures artistically framed. We
have a wide variety of moulding to
alt any subject.—Nielsen Furniture
lompqjw.
of
bl
Kv
to
wilt j Mrs. Joseph Bagley was the victim
>t a painful accident on Wednesday
venlng. She was going down the
we «liar steps at her home when ahe^j
and fell. disloeatbUt bar dtght,
arm at the elbow. JÄt the time Mrs
nousa^/Z-.-—_, . .
-The Ttagley sufT-red Intense pain but she
Mr.
Hundred Club was held st the home
Q f Mrs T. J. Curry last Friday af
were ternoon The high score was mad*
by Mrs. H. A. Datesman and the guest
pr i*e by Mr». H. B. Reed. Dainty
who refreshments were served. The in
is now getting along well.
The weekly meeting of the Five
make r Ued guests were Mrs A. B. Carrick
1
sad Mrs. S. O. Reignor.
Leonard Vincent retarded Wednea
dey fron» e »ix week»' »ojourn et ;
Loa Angeles end other Souther* j
Californie pointa. He returned by i
way of Sen Francisco. Mr*. Vincent '
will remain et Lae Angel«# for anoth
er month.
Mine Laura Welker, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Welker, receiv
ed n message on Tuesday evening
bringing new» of the death following
an operation of her cousin. Joseph
Nelpon, at Burley. Mr. and Mrs.
Welker left cm Wednesday for Bur
ley to be present at the funeral.
We have a few Fur Coats left that
we will sell at a little more than
cost. If you will need a good coat
next tall this is a chance to save
money.—C. W. A M. Co.
There will be a Washington'»
Birthday dance at the pavilion on 1
Friday night; muaic wilt be by the
pavilion orchestra. In consequence
there will be no dance on Saturday
night.
The second annual ball of the La
dles of the Maccabees will be held in
the pavilion next Thursday night
> Light refreshments will be served
by the First ward Relief Society, I
and this will be one of the season's'
best events.
Mrs. F. W. Clark has been quite 111
for ths past week with a gathering
in her ear. but la convalescent now.
A. Y. Satterfield, of Pocatello, man
ager of the Intermountain Farmers
Equity, will be In Montpelier totnor
row to attend the annual meeting of
the Bear Lake Farmers Society of
Equity.
The Stake Presidency spent Sun
day afternoon at Raymond and at
tended meeting at that place. In the
evening they attended servlcea at
Geneva, returning to Montpelier
Monday morning.
well attended and an excellent
Both meetings
were
feeling 1» reported from both wards
1
•'Where the TrslI Divides.'
duced lost night by th* E. Forrest
Taylor company, was well attended
and the. audience was mors than
pleased with the forceful snd real!»
tic playing of the various character»
Cha». Strong loft on Wednesday
. morning for Kvanattm, Wyo., In re
spon||e to „ that h „
I Mis» Effls Strong, was very ill. Elisha
of 1 Strong has been In Evanston st the
1 bedside of-hla slater for several days.
at Misa Strong, who la •* years of age.
j is said to be In a precarious condl
off Mon. and may not Itv*.
pro
Charles Grant, the aeven-yenr-old
»on of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King,
Death * 1 »
The lad was
of died yesterday at noon.
caused from quinsy.
taken ill the first of Isst woek hi
Salt Lake, and hla parents hastened
home with him. Hi» condition wii
a
not considered serious until s few
hours before his death. Funersl s«r
vices will be hold at the Second ward
meeting houae Sunday at 12 o'clock.
noon.
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instead of maraly hoa rding hto pen
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BANK OF MONTPELIER
Montpelier
Coal & Lumber Co.
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Phone 7W. Prompt Delivery
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THE STANDARD OF QUALITY.
All Rex&ll goods are sold by os and
it a most complete line, including
Patent Remedies. Stationery, Rub
ber OOods, Face Powders, Talcums,
Perfumes, Soaps and many, many
other articles.
Rlter Bros. Drug Co
THE REXALL STORE.
to
op
on
\IIM IMPLEMENT
INSPECTION WEEK.
Th* well known fact that the ma
orlty of ranchers overtook the fact
hat their farm machinery may need
■ Mention before It la put Into use has
eased the various Implement dealers
to Institut« ''Fern» Implement In
spection Week," from March 4th to
1th Inclusiv*. This la In order that
'here may be closer co-operation be
ween the farmer and the dealer, and
hat the unavoidable delays In order
■ ttg repairs may be obviated. During
Farm Implement Inspection Week"
••arh agriculturist should overhaul
his mschlnery snd find out the re
■air» necciisary, as welt as whsl new
•qulpment he may need. In order
-hat when the time come* to use tho
machinery there may be no uuneces
miry time lost In the planting and
harvesting of the crops
Th« C. W AM company will b«
prepared to tak* cars of the wants of
farmers and ranchera. and to aaalat
th«m in «very way during Farm Im
plement Inspection Woek.
Alex Stoweli ta here from Albion
to allein! the funeral of ths lata Bish
op Lindsay of Ovid.
A baby girl was bora to Mr. aud
Mr*. A. M Thompson ot Georgetown
on Tuesday.
We have plenty of Kemmerer No S
und Utah lump coal In stock. Oet
your order* In early Williams a H
Or. and Mrs George T. Smith
have gone to Pocatello for a short
visit to their daughter. Mrs. James
Hherrod.
J C Memlee of Pocatello, ta here
for a short time dispatching for the
Short Line, relieving J l> Rayl»,
who leaves for Camp Lewia to visit
hla son who Is In training (here.
All the latest war ooag hit* at
Nielsen's music Mora.
A. V. PETERSON
Export Paper Hanger
AND PAINTER
WORK PROMPTLY KXMfTTBD
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