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MONTPELIER EXAMINER !
Published Every Friday t. B. WRIGHT. Editor M a n a g er ; Montpelier, Friday, May 10, 1018 I TO INVEST INTEREST ON RON 1X8 IN THRIFT STAMPS The plan recently suggested by Secretary McAdoo to have the hold ers of Liberty bonds of the second issue use the interest derived there from in the purchase of War Savings stamps, is being acted upon in some of the large cities. The Interest on these bonds is payable May 15 and by purchasing Savings Stamps with the money the people will be re-lending the government the income derived from its bonds. The plan is a good one and the people generally tbruout the nation can well afford to invest their interest money in these stamps. The bond holders in Bear Lake county should "catch the spirit" and invest every dollar received from interest on bonds next Wed nesday in War Savings Stamps. REPUBLICAN PROGRAM STATED. A short time ago Mr. Will H. Hays, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, undertook to ascertain Republican sentiment as to the pro gram for the next campaign. Chair man Hays interviewed and counseled . with ex-President Taft, ex-President Roosevelt, ex-Senator Root, Senator Knox, Senator Hiram Johnson, Sena tor Borah and dozens of others rep resenting all shades of Refxiblican opinion. He found an entirety of opinion as to the position the party should take in the approaching cam paign Chairman Hays is now traveling over the country in order to get closer to the people. He is interviewing the state leaders and such members of the party as he can in order to be sure of public sentiment. This canvass of the situation became necessary be cause the Democratic party was try ing to capitalize the war for partisan purposes. The members of that party were trying to make it appear that there should be no party politics dur ing the war—that is in Republican states. Nonpartisanship is not popu lar in the solidly Democratic states. You don't hear of it in the solid south or in the Tammany Hall con trolled congressional districts of New York City. ' At a meeting of Republicans held in Ban Francsco, April 13th, Mr. Hays expressed the policy of thè party in the coming campaign. Summed up in a few words the Republican program stand for: First, to do everything in its power to win the war now. Second, peace by victory and never » a peace by compromise bargaining. Thud, Preparation in a sane man ner to solve the immeasurable prob FRANKLIN iiiiüüü 1 m r §5 Air Cooled vs. Water Cooled MinusWeight—PW The cardinal objection to the wafer cooled motor engine is Its tremendous weight.. Undoubtedly the abolition of water cooling will in itself reduce the weight of the average engine approximately one third. This takes no account of other advantages secured. Recently there has been a great deal of discussion about the motor ear of the future. Practically every expert has stated a belief that the water cooled engine for the motor was the thing of the near future. / They liave all cited the success of the. FRANKLIN, America's greatest car, and the only air cooled car now beiug manufactured. All are convinced that the car of the future must be a great deal lighter than the present water cooled vehicle. If anything like successful competition is to be waged against the FRANKLIN. THE YELLOWSTONE MOTOR COMPANY, like the Franklin Manufact urers, do not fear competition. It Is rather welcomed than otherwise. Relative light weight In motor cars signifies efficiency, economy and thrift. A two or four, or larg er car that weighs more than 3,000 pounds, Is sure extravagant in the use of gas, oil and tires. The FRANKLIN Car weighing Jess than 2,800 pounds is the acme of efficiency—the last word in economy. IsCt us »how you. THE CAR WILL DO THAT. The salesman w ill not ARGUE WITH YOU. Y ellowstone Motor Co Pocatello, Idaho I lern of «eocitruftiott tad Mil the (•hartless seas that come after the war. All this for a purpose far greater than party success. The program is one which every citizen can adopt. It will appeal to the Republicans of all shades of opin ion. It is broad and patriotic enough for ail. Any man who believes in the wiadoiu of Republican leadersuip and the Americanism of Republican prin ciples can subscribe to and stand for the Republican program.—aid well Tribune. PRODUCING MORE LIVE STOCK. Although many farmers of both 'tab and Idaho have entered into the pork production business during the past few months, with conse quent increase in the number of hogs held on the farms and ranches of both Utah and Idaho, neither state has added enough to supply the local demand, according to the Ogden Un âon Stock Yards, to which thousands of head are being shipped each month. Assurance that the price of uoga will not be reduced during the war period has been given and in re cent months the Ogden quotations have ranged from 915 to 920 per hundred pounds, in comparison with the old prices that were as low as $5. Pork is absolutely .essential—it is needed for the soldiers of America, of Great Britain, of France and Bel gium in order that they may fight, even more than it is needed for the civilians. Without fat the fighters .could not carry through their stren uous efforts ou the fields of France. Realizing this situation, the Ogden Union Stock Yards and the various livestock commission men operating there have arranged for the distribu tion of first class brood sows, with pigs, and also of boars to the farm ers of the intermonntain country. Livestock buyers from all parts of the west are constantly at the yards to buy full blooded cattle, sheep and hogs. Hundreds of animals are tak en away from the yards each month to be placed on the ranches and the farms, with a view of increased live stock production. Belief that many others will take advantage of the op portunity to make these purchases in the west, to buy their breeding stock in Ogden instead of the east, is expressed, for the livestock men cen tering their interest in the Ogden Union Stock Yards are confident that the western farmers realize that in livestock production they are both fulfilling a patriotic duty and adding wealth for themselves. Notice is hereby given that all motor vehicles found on the public highways after May 16, 1918, that are not licensed, will be taken in NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS and the owners prosecuted according to the law. Each motor vehicle must have two number plateB —one on each end. JAMES DUNN, Assessor. With plenty of ambition and hus tle a man Is equipped for wonder working. smp CALKKM WANT*». The government is calling for ex perienced wood ship calkers, and an nounces that the pay la 97.70 per sight hour day, with double pay for .»11 over time. If there are any ex perienced calkers in this county who wish to enter the government service they should communicate with F. L. Cruiksbank of Montpelier. REVIVAL MEETINGS AT THE M. E. CHURCH. (By the Pastor) Revival meetings at the M. E. •burth began Sunday. May 5th. If ve are conducting the work on the bigoted. denominational narrow, plan we are not aware of it and pray it may, in some way, be hindered if. luch can possibly be the case. Breth- 1 ren of all branches of the church of ! Christ, you are very kindly invited o attend every service. Let us aay little about our differences and much about the awful destruction dn has wrought and the means by .vhich it may be stopped. The denominational question will be properly settled, on a forgetting, forgiving and friendly basis when the sin question is properly settled, and never before. Begin now to study and pray and live daily for t eal Christly succeas, in vour own. •Ives first, if need be, then for the •onverslon. regeneration and sanctifi cation and proper living of sinners. There are no divisions, nor conten tions, nor sinners in Heaven. Somewhere this side the tomb the soul, with all its blight and might and right, must he made white. Hear the right, heed the call. Before-the night of death shall fall. Let us ever faithful be, Vnd Christ in peace we soon shall see Stand on thy feet, lift up thy head, Before at once thou may be dead, Look high above poor filthy lucre And think how went good brother Bucher. Also think last Sunday night, Two people who were young and : bright. Were Tor enjoyment good and high, But did not know they soon would die. In such a sadden shocking way, In youth's fair, hopeful, happy day. Great God, let youth's bright happy morn. Be blest with wisdom each other to warn, That again on earth they may be born. And know God's power of perfect love, And reign with Christ in Heaven above. Four in all in the auto rode. Away from the place where they abode, * Speeding fast in their pretty car, : Thinking little of what might mar, Tall ring and laughing and Joking And^aUo perhaps were singing a song Looking but little for anything rash. But all In a moment went down in a crash. Crushed form of the dead and groans of the dying. Speak now to the living in tears and sighing. Ye two who were left to live little longer, O! cry to the world live better and stronger. « * Shoes Shoes # z Our big spring line of Utz & Dunn shoes is now in. Every thing in shoes and pumps for ladies, children and babies. Brennan Sz Davis T Shoes Shoes « What Has Your Red Cross Money Done? I N the first place, it has enabled the American people, through the Red Cross, to help care for its army and navy. Secondly, it has enabled America to hearten her Allies' fighting forces and to keep up, among the civil ian populations, the spirit to win the war. That, alone, has made the American Red Cross one of the largest factors since our entry into the Canteens which provided food and hot drinks— more than a million meals to soldiers in December; warehouses, crammed with materials, situated all along the French line, all along the Italian lines, at seaports and at places where our soldiers are going to fight; institutions for the care of consumptives, institutions for the re-education of maimed men—these are a few of the concrete accomplishments abroad. the millions of woolen sweaters, muf flers, socks and other comforts for the men in camps; the work of sanitation around cantonments and the help and advice given dependents of soldiers and sailors —these are things which will "make you, your children and your children's children, in whatever part of the world they may be, proud of being Americans. Will you do your share to keep this Hand of Mercy at its work ? war. At horn / , J I Eo*ry cent of every dollar received for the Red Crow War Fund goee for War Relief. Th« American Bad Cross a ths largeut and most •fflcUnt orsanlsmtion for ths relief ef »uttering that ths World has svor soot). It Is mads up almost entirely of volunteer workers, ths hlsher executives belns without exception customed to large affaire, who are In aintoei all caeee tfvtng their services without pay It Is supported entirely by Its membership fees and by voluntary contributions. it feeds and clothes entire populations la of treat calamity. ntl J l *" th *rs to help your soldier hay In his time ad With Its thousands of workers. Its tremendous stores and smooth running transportation faculties It Is nervine as Amoriea's advance wiisrl end helping to win (he Congress authorises It. President Wilson heeds It. The War Department audits lu accounts. sstHX .tZZ. T' NaVy " d W AUi - •"«"»* Twenty-tws mllllsn Americans have Joined It. men ne wer It la today bringing relief te suffering humanity, both military and civil. In every War torn allied country. It plans tomorrow to help la the werk ef restora tion throughout the world. Contributed to the Red Cross by the Golden Rule Merc. Co. SEWER PIPE. 1K> YOU ENJOY LIFE? the stomache, improve the tion and regulate the bowels that is needed. diges ts pH I have plenty of sewer pipe and am I u * n K ?°f P h X 8ical condition ■ menaced V,, i„ 1 is oerUin to rinJoy life, while the Wlto « and dyspeptic are despond jPhouVML^ ***** I ent, do not enjoy their meals Try it. Men with the least character continually trying to have it cated. and feel miserable a good share of the . ame. This ill feeling is nearlv a) Kisses between women are mere ways unnecessary. A few doses ofi formality. j Chamberlain's Tablets to tone are vim 4 * X A girl loses her self-possessi up | when she puts a wedding ring. ou