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Montpelier, Friday, August 23, 1918.
Relief from rheumatism or no pay.
— O. B. Parrott, Chiropractor.
Read Studebaker Bros, new ad for
bargains In second hand goods.
A little soldier arrived at the home
of George Brewer of ßt. Charles, last
Monday._
"Miss Nellie Ridd went to BlackfootU
/last Sunday for a week's visit wit£,li
her parents.
Hon.-James H. Hawley was in the
city Tuesday looking after hie polit
ical interests.
Mrs.. V. C. Kohler of Salt Lake, is
visiting in the city, the guest of Mrs.
H. A. Datesman.
Mrs. Annie W. Hansen returned
Sunday from a visit of six weeks with
her daughter at Riverton, Utah.
Women, why suiter, when female
trouble can be relieved by chioprac
tic?— O. B. Parrott.
The Golden Rule Mercantile Co.
has some interesting reading for
shoppers in a half page ad in this is
sue. Read it.
If you have any second-hand furni
ture to sell phone John Black, 1S3-J.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Perkins receiv
ed a card Wednesday announcing that
their son, Loran, hgd arrived safely
overseas.
A son was born last Monday to Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Malone. Mr. Ma
lone is now with the American forces
in France. ---,
Mrs. Jesse Budge and children re
turned to Pocatello Tuesday, after a,
! ten days' visit with Mont poUax . r al w -
/I. N. Thomas, cashier at the freight
■ / office, went to Opal last Monday to
act as agent for the Short Line for a
week or nfore. ' _
Parties who will take teachers to
room and board the coming school
year will please notify Supt. J. M.
Cummings. ---—-,
Leslie Short, who left with the
second contingent on Aug. 12, failed
to pass hte physical, examination at,
Camp Fremont. j, ^
Mohdiy new daughters regls
.t the homes of S. V. Tunks,
Woodruff Clark and Ernest Sommers
, ,, .
£\ - -, tho Rltpr
On Aug. 29, 80 and 81 the Rlter
Bros. Drug Co. will conduct another
one of those popular one cent sales.
Read their nage ad in this issue.
Keaa tneir page aa m in» «"«■
There will be dances tke pavü
ton next w ? d "" d * y n , a b f opll V
nights ; also Monday nlgnt, sept z,
and Wednesday night Sept. 4.
All Neighbors of Woodcraft are re
quested to attend the meetirfg tonight
there will be election of officers
and other Important business.
Walnut Camp will Initiate three
candidates Into the mysteries of
Woodcraft next Monday night and all
Woodmen are requested to attend the
meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos Rowe left lsst
Saturday morning for an extended
trip through California. They went
to seek a lower altitude, with a view
Of locating. '
A full line of supplies always on
hand for Singer sewing machine«',
new and second-hand machines for
sale.—John Black, first door east of;
Whitman's. - -
Jode Phelps came In from Camp
Lewis last Monday for a weeVturialr
with relatives and friendj^' Jode is
"now advertising manager and art ed-1
ttor of The Bugle, the paper publish
ed at the camp. He is looking well
•nd is greatly interested in his work
.'.db thinks that he will be stationed
VMS indefinitely.
WALL PAPER AT VINCENT'S.
Mrs. 3. M. Grigsby and little son
returned to Salt Lake last Monday,
after a two weeks' visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Wlxom of
Sharon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holmes went to
Logan Sunday to visit with friends a
few days. They will also visit with
W ,R. Holmes and family at Brigham
City before returning home.
Miss Emma Spongberg visited with
Montpelier relatives and friends a
couple of days this week. She went
to Pocatello Tuesday to visit with, her
arents a few* days before returning
o Logan.
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. U P to ( h ' a morning only 89 voters
haTe registered in West Montpelier
precinct and about two-thirds of these
are women. Remember, there is only
one more week In which to register,
;f you wigh to vote at the p r i mar y
oleetlon on Sept 3
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Mrs. George Davis writes from Ab
erdeen, Wash., under date of Aug
20 gBylng , tbatMr Davg had been 0 *
crated on for appendicitis and his
oon ^itlon was very low at the time of'5
8be wrote 0eor?< , haB been working;
m the ship yards there for some time. 1
M , Javtd Sa . bacb and p mma l
Lu " , were un , b ted in n^"age
J>aris on Thursday, Aug - if. friie
yotirtg people Tave lelttM down to
housekeeping in a home which Dave
^ a d already furnished for the occa
8ion
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nelson left last
Monday In their car for Southern
California, where they will reside
most of the time in the future. They;«
went by way of Twin Falls, where!"
they will remain for a week or morel®
tnd then go on tb California, taking
ihefr time oh the trip.
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Harris stop
!)e d off here last Tuesday, en route
home from Detroit, where Charlie
bad been attending the SttBJ-eny^w
T,o4jß ot Pythias^fTliey had,
mtended trip-to-W ash in gt on
and other points In the east, but the
weather baek there was so hot that
they decided "to hit the trail" for
1 Idaho Just as soon as th<t work of the
supreme lodge was completed. They
went on to Blackfoot Wednenday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Owens left
the first of the week for a.short visit
with Mr. Owens* brother, who is sta
tioned at the Presidio, near San
Francisco. They will also visit at oth
er points In Calif oral*.——
^ Mrs. Byrd Case arrived Sunday^
from Butte for a two weeks' visit ac
th ehome of her parent^HTr and
Mrs. Jesse Perkhta.—-MfT and Mrs.
Case will make their home in Chicago
in the near future.
There will lie a Joint meeting of the
three Montpelier wards at the Second
ward chapel next Sunday evening at 8
o'clock. Prof. Alfred Osmond of the
B. Y. University will address the
meeting on educational topics.
Miss LaKue Quayle went to Rigby
Wednesday, where she will be met by
Ruth Dalrymple, who has been spend
ing the past month there with her sis
ter, Mrs. P. L. Tawney. The young
ladies will return home next Sunday.
R. B. Roskelley of Paris, has pur
chased the dental business of Dr. G.
T. Smith and will remove here In a
short tme. Dr. Smith and family ex
pect to go to Salt Lake about the 1st
of October to make their future home.
Extensive mention of the week's
pictures at the opera house is barred
on account of the crowded condition
if our columns, but the entire pro
gram is one of much merit and will
please patrons of that poplar play
house.
Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Tanner received a telegram from the
war department stating that their
son, Lewis, was wounded in action in
France on July 27, degree underter
mined. Lewis is in a machine gun
battalion.
E. L. McClare received a latter thin
week from hi* atop son, Frank Roop.
written July 19. in which he atated/
that he had been slightly wounded/
but was Betting alone nicely.
Lieut. Robert Harding arrived
Monday front the eaat. where he had
1-een for the past month on special
duty. After a week's riait here he
will report for duty again at Camp
Lewis. Mrs'. Harding, who remained
here while he was In the east, will ac
compuuy him.
Mrs. A. L. Gldney arrived from
Vancouver last Friday and visited
with her mother. Mrs. Shupe. until
yesterday, when she left for a pro
tracted visit with her father at Sugar
City. She thinks the soldiers at Van
couver will soon break camp, among
whom is her husband. Sergeant (Sid
ney.
"Dad" Bryan received a letter the
first of the week from bis son Hate«,
who was wounded in France on June
*• The letter wag written July 15th
land Bates said that he was then able
to get around without the aid of
crutches, but he expected to be at the
.hospital for another month,
pressed a desire to get back to the
front where there was something do
Ing. as it was awfully quiet and tn%
notonus hanging around a hospital,
Joseph B. Tueller returned the
first of the week from Ithica. N. V..
where he had been attending the
summer school of music at Cornell
University,
as being very thorough and practical
tor supervisors of music Prof. Hugh
iW. Dougall, supervisor of music in
the Salt Lake City schools, and Mr.
Tueller were the only representatives
from the west who attended the
sehool, which has the reputation of
being the best of its kind la the Unit
ed States. Mr. Tueller is ready to be
j<?ln work with pjjtno pupils.
He ex
He reports the course
MAYOR SNEDDON RESIGNS.
Mayor R. N. Sneddon tendered his
resignation last Monday night
us mayor of Montpelier, however, but
is "boas" at the Sneddon home. That
place is now held by "Bob the Third,"
who put in his appearance about ten
He is a huskv
youngster and answer* "the
call" with the regularity of a soldier
Not
o'clock that night.
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TO HOLD WAR CONFER
ENCE HERE AUG. 87.
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Members of the state council of de
fense have arranged for a number of
meetings next week with the county
'ouncils of defense in Southeastern
Tuesday.™! 97*,'for three* race tings
—morning, afternoon and evening
The.two day minings will be devot
■d to affairs in connection with state
tnd county defense work. The even
ing meeting will be open to the public;
md everybody is Invited to attend.
The meetings will be held at the city
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The members of the state councl
who will be In attendance at these
meetings will be Dr. E. A. Bryan,
hair man, and Joseph Hansen, secre
ary, of the .atateteouncll; Mrs, S. H.
Hays, chairman of the woman's com
mlttee, and Mrs. Frank Klnyon.
chairman of the state speakors' com
mittee.
At 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
Mrs. Hays will meet with the wo
man's committee of Bear Lake county
it the city hall.
As many members of the coupty
■ouncil as possibly can do so are re
tuosted to attend the meeting as
questions of Importance are to be dis
•tissed. \
There will be music and patriotic
addresses at the evening meeting.
FOURTEEN WIIJj KNTRA1V
FOR CAMP LEWIS AUG. 20.
Following are the names of the
men who have been called to entrain
'or Camp Lewis on Thursday morn
tig, Aug. 29;
Alfred F. C.alton, Clifford William*,
'''ayette Kunz, James H, Jacobsen.
F Oottfred J Tueller,
SrenS a • sorensen* yrun> " Je " ,en '
The following will go from this
•ounty, but have been transferred to
>ther points: Ira E. Mowery, at Po-j
•atello; Clifford L Wlxom, a»
mrt; John W. Spencer, at Ogden, and
Dennis J 4 Seals at tome point In Ne-j
•/ada.
The two who have been selected as
alternates. In case they are needed,
ire Ivan Hymas and Kenneth Poul
•en.
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The raudeTiUe entertainment gtr-f
en last Tuesday night by the young
people of Montpelier was the most
pleasing nÇair of the kind that baa
been given in this city for a lone
All who took part acquitted'.
time.
themselves in a creditable manner. 1
area to
Bach number on the program was
well received, nearly all having to re
spond to hearty encores The drills
were well executed, the costumes
were pretty and the songs-were most
ly new and of a patriotic tone.
Those who had charge of the enter
tainment desire to thank all who
took part in It, and the people for
their liberal patron age. The net pro
ceeds. amounting to ftOO, wer« do
nated to the Red Croaa chapter of
Bear Lake county.
YOU MUHT REGISTER IF
YOU WANT TO BUY SUGAR
In order to secure sugar during
the month of September, the head of
each household in the city of Mont- 1
petter must register, giving the num
ber In the family. This muet be;
done before Sept. let. Tboee who tall
to register will be unable to procure
carda. The registration book will be
at Burrell 4 Thiel's store.
A. E. THIEL.
Deputy Food Adm
FINE DISPLAY OF
FALL MILLINERY
The Paris Millinery, In Mrs. Whtn
vates' old etand, la now showing a
fine display of millinery in pattern
and street hats. The styles are strict- 1
ly up-to-date and prices are very
moderate. The,ladles of Bear Lake
county are cordially invited to call
and inspect the stock.
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JUST ARRIVED.
A car load of peaches, tomatoes,
plums and pears, in bushel boxes. The
fruit season is going to be very short,
so buy while you have a chance.
UTAH FRUIT CO.
TO LEASE OR KENT,— My lOO-.cre
ranch near Soda Springs; all under;
fence and 60 acres under cultiva
tlon. balance good grating land; a
good 3-room house and necessary
outbuildings.—H. Beckstrom, over
Hank of Montpelier.
FOR SALE—First class Turkey Red
seed wheat; sec John J. Wells,
Wnrdboro.
FOR KENT, FOR SALK, BTC.
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8hl P ° mco lnttK*"*'» (hat the country
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WANTED—To buy a good second
hand Ford; phone 75.
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Hor b en t cotton, gauze* bun<lu««,
adhesive platter, liniment, ■
l dine, etc., should be as careful
j jy purchased US the most poW
'-c,.! medicines If VOU buv
Rn-lf* 1 "* «ueuiCDieB, ii you ouy
« f hum here you need lmve DO
leurs ns to the quality of these
"First Aid" thiiiKS. They »re
the best we can get.
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vary money ? Yes or Nor.
To the man who Is working for his money:—Bara la a
picture for you.
The money that had been put into the bank to protect
and keep her, was no hardship to save. But it plied* up
and grew into a sum that will now free her from worry or
dire poverty.
Who is getting the money you earn? Think it over.
COMB TO OUB BABB
Bank of Montpelier
INCORPORATED MSI
Cl. C. GRAY. PfWsMasM
RICKARD O BOO, Canktee
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
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betW0 ?," tb ® hour * 10 ° ® ,ock • " »»4 ■ »clock p tu of aatd day a Prl*
m * r r Election will be held at the regular polling places In «nek precinct In
Bear Lake county, Idaho, (or the nomination of candidate» for the United
j nutua Senat«, Members of Congress, State and County officara. and tke fet
*„,t - . .- lh . . "TT *** *** *7;
,owt "* * re a "' 1 of the candidates of OMk party, to ko
voU *" ,or * l t " e "• 1<l 1 1 lm * r r Election :
her. 1918,
U. S. SENATE—LUNG TERM.
Republican.
Borah, William E., Boise.
Democratic,
Moors, Frank L„ Moscow.
B Democratic.
B Schwerd, Edward. Botee
B Hm th, Wm J J , Wallaca.
5 A X H7 L < K UV Ml PKKM* COURT,
■ < *<m Partis«*)
m Budge. Alfred^oeatello.
"wiHTRUT JUlKIE KIPTH JUDICIAL
■ ÜIMTRKY,
5 (Noa Partis**)
B Bsgley. John A., Montpelier.
B Gubeen, J. J., Pocataflo
U. S. SENATOR—SHORT TERM.
Republican.
Gooding, Frank R., Gooding.
Ailshte, James F., Coer d'Aten*.
Democratic.
Hawley, James H. t Boise.
Nugent, John F., Boise.
REPRESENT ATI V K IN (ONUREM.
Second District.
li«*i>uM tes# .
Smith, Addison T., Twin Falla,
Democratic,
Holden, Arthur W., Idaho Falla.
Jeppeaen, C. R„ Moors.
Langton, James A., Shelley.
GOVERNOR.
Republican.
Atherton, Samuel P., Twin Falls.
Davis, D. W , American Falla.
McCracken, Hobt. M., Boise.
Democratic.
Martin, Frank, Boise.
Samuels, II. F., Samuels,
Van Slcklin, Edw. A., Welser.
LI ENTERA NT GOVERNOR.
Republican. #
Moore, C. C., St. Anthony.
Sinclair, Bartlett, Kellogg,
Democratic,
Clark, John M.. Deltrich.
Wilson, T. O-, Eden.
Zuck. Oscar G , Kimb-rly.
SECRETARY OF NTATB.
Republican.
Von Canon, W. W , Handpulnt.
Democratic.
Dougherty, W. T., Richfield.
FH«, W. A„ Pocatello,
STATE AUDITOR.
biiran,
llett, K. O., Pocatello.
DemocraUe.
Rice, W. P , Jerome,
Van Deusen, Clarence, Botes.
STATE TREASURER,
Kaglcson, John W . Botes.
üiwjcratk.
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m-pubur««.
; Black,
Démocratie.
B; Cummings, B. A.. Pocatello.
Walter*. T. A.. Caldwell.
B; SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC
iiNnrtuonoM.
S; Xdfield Ethel E.. L«rrioa.
INSPECTOR OF MIN
Hoy L.. Cœur d'Ateas.

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Bell, Robert N., Botes.
Terrell, Hobt M , Pocatello
I hereby certify that tbs above te a fall, trsa and eorrast ttef of all Ik*
nominations filed in my office, including the agrttficate of the secretary ad
*tst*. which are entitled to he placed oa th* official ballet to ha ««tod tor at
the Primary Rl-ction to be held oa Tuesday. Sept ird, Hu.
Witntea my band aad aaal at Parte. Idaho, this 29th day of
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H. H. BROOM HEAD, Cowaty
STATE SENATOR,
Republic**.
flsrt, .A A,, Bloomington.
Pugmtro, B. M., St. Cknrlog,
state repkkmkntativb.
Republic«*.
Republican,
Evans. Frsd C„ Raymond.
DvonocrsO«,
Hoff, H. H„ Montpelier.
OOMMUMMOMBR.
(First DkNrtat)
Allred. Edgar M., St. Chari««.
DemurmUc,
Howell, Bara J , Flak Hamm.
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RcpabUeM*
N*t*. Churl*«' Dingle.
Peterson, John T„ Or Id,
Bmodlsy, Frank 1„ Diagla.
f OM MISSION KM.
(Third Diet riet)
■Rspnblli an.
wright, silaa L , Baoaiagton.
rNmimndii
Cherry, If. Montpelier.
SHERIFF.
RntMtiUoM«
Jon««, John J., Montpelier.
Athay, Asa, Paris.
CLERK OF DMTlblT COURT. RX.
OFFHIO AUDITOR AMD
RECORDER.
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Winters, " Francis M . Montpelier.
ItafSMJONitlc >
Rich, Stand ley H„ Parte,
TRKAHURKR.
TSkTTArtlir T„ Parte,
Hall, Lnclls, Montpelier,
T, *Ean > n! > Jamas, Parte.
Berry. Adam Lamar. Wardherak
PHOHATB JUDGB.
rimmett. Join H., Parte.
Haddock, Edward J„ BiooalaitM.
Long, Lari H . MosfFsSUr. '
COUNTY »MTT. OF WBOOIA
""Kn'tert, Oliver O-, B loom to glow.
Bpsnesr, armour H., Parte.
PROSECUTING ATTORMR.
Ryan. William J„
nr J*iînhT!,
SURVEYOR.

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