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Make Safe
Investments
m The protection of princi- 1
I pie should be the first consider- 1
«tion of every investor. But it'« not
I always an easy matter for the ordinary
I investor to determine the safety of the J
M issues offered him. M
The character of an invest
ment, however, is usually
reflected in the concern
which offers il). Invest
ments offered through
■ this institution war
WÊWÊÊÊÊêF rsnt V° ur confidence.
Safety—Honesty—Courtesy —Service
'The First National Bank
' MONTPELIER,
IDAHO
Member Regional Reserve Bank
Local News
Montpelier, Friday, October 11, 1918
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The public library will be closed
during the period of the quarantine.
Howard Marron of Salt Lake, was
the guest over Sunday at the home of
Sam Lewis.
A beautiful new line of coats for la
dles and misses just received at H. B.
Whitman's.
The county commissioners will
meet in regualr quarterly session
next Monday.
We will handle'your wheat on a
commission of one per cen
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Morris Day has purchased the H. [
• B Whitman residence property on
South Ninth street and took posses-1 as
to
Joe Toner is home again after
several "plunges" In the waters st
Lava Hot Springs and is apparently to
relieved of his attack of lumbago.
John A. Bagley will go to Salt Lake ) _
tomorrow to attend the funeral of his 1
son-in-law, Sergeant Whitley, who ' m
died at Fortress Monroe last Sunday. I ■
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/ Railroad help Is still being sent to
this point, and as usai they "have not
a dter e to lay their heads?' —
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dewey went to
Nampa yesterday, where they will re
main for the next six months or more.
sion yesterday.
Remember, the place to buy your
notions for the house or kitchen is in
our 6, 10, 16 and 26 cent department.
— H. B. Whitman.
Now is the time to fatten the bog4 ■
while the weather is mild. Plentjf ■
of chopped feed at the mill.—Mont
pel 1er Milling Co.
Mrs. J. G. Merrill returned y ester- a
day from a three weeks' visit wltlj H
her son, Jed, at Tacoma. She hs4 a
the pleasure of spending a day a$ a
Camp Lewis. ■
The annual election of officers für ■
Bear Lake Chapter, American Red ■
Cross, will be held on Wednesday, ■
Oct. 23. AU members are requested ■
to bear thla In mind.
Men's and boys' mackinaw coats ■
and sweater coats at last year's prices ■
at Whitman's. Call and aee the com
plete line.
Mrs. Peter Hauck received a letter
this week from her eon, Carl, saying
that he had arrived safely in France,
and was enjoying good health and tpe
fine scene ry of tha t country.- , k
MrerTyle. an old time operator pfrjH
(he Short Line, has succeeded R. N. j
Regner, as ticket agent and day 0p-.P
erator for the Weatern Union at this,«
pl&CQ.
We Are permitted now to sell jou
your year's supply of flour. Now is
a good time to purchase while the
regulations are such.—Montpelier
Milling Co.
Nelson of Ovid, who Is
r at
Martinu*
serving a term In the penitentiary
Boise for grand larceny, was grab
a pardon last week to become effec-
« nn-De c. 24 of th is y OAT. '
-- The first snow.to visit Montpelier
i this fall covered the high tops of the
1 mountains last Sunday morning, but
quicklv disappeared with the b)irst
Ing forth of the sub from s cloudy
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Call and look over our stock of
blankets In both wool and cottonl. Re
member, we have always sold Ith«
goods cheaper than our competitors.
— H. B. Whitman.
held at Kemmer
Frank Davla was
all last week on special work by
the —.llroad company, runninf be
4twe* lhat point and Green River He
mamflBd to get home for a few hours
last Sunday, when he was again de
tailed to the mm* run for at feast an
er
other week.
Wall PAPER AT viNdtirrH*
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[Last Wednesday was the 47th an
(Mversary of the starting of the great
Chicago flre.J H. H. Hoff, who waa
lilting 1ft CBtago at the time, remind
e«l us of the fact.
, The rain the first of the week re
vived the ranges and put the ground
it) fine shape for fall plowing, and we
aye now having as fine fall weather
a* any one could aak for.
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i" y „second hand
sewing machine, or supplies of any
kind, see John Black, agent for the
finger; first door east of Whitman's.
Tho . ,_. . _ . •
, h ® ° Ca '^î*f t board h » 8 received
T«, -oui f e r F a 0r i
LrinH fw h *î
period beginning Oct. 21. Only white
He« lÄ f a r ge " erttl . mlU , l 1 ary »®p
vice will be Inducted under this call,
\ Mrs, Chris Jensen and children left
,'esterday for Portland to Join Mr.
Unsen, who has been working in the
ship yards'there for some time. They
expect to make their, future home in
the Rose city. "
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Misa Molli« Wohlwend, one of the
instructors in the Ovid schools, met
with a painful accident last Friday
as Bh e wa * mounting a cart to come ;
to Montpelier for over Sunday. A
fractious horse suddenly started up'
before she had fully entered the ve
hicle, throwing her to the ground
and the result was she received a
apralned wrist. "Doc" Enfield pro
acrlbed for the painful member, and
Miss Wohlwend left Sunday evening
to resume her work as though nothing
had occurred to prevent her doing so.
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Yesterday Mt» Item* Rldd reeete
ed a letter fron her brother. Roland.)
»ho is tn Franc*, in which h« stated
hat he had been quit* Ul la a hoapit-t
<1 for a month but was then much
mproved and hoped to be able to
oin his company in jufcort Uma. —j
Quite a number of letters were
wT'ahoTre^now '^TmESE^T
Rtadtr fiuhTWh TWweW^from j
•heee letters next week It the parents
nd friend, will tend them to this
ce*! ie Bvlngton of Lava Hot:
Springs, died at Camp Meade, Mary- i
land, ou Sept. 30. Death was caused ;
from pneumonia. The body went
through here last Sunday on No. IT.
The deceased waa only 18 years of
age.
• dice.
Mtes Krista Jenaen waa treated to
> pleasant farewell at 8taley's cab
yo last Tuesday evening by a num
ber of her lady frlneds. The evening
was spent in dancing, singing, for
tune telling and a good titpe genes'
illy, after which refrebhme
'terved. __. „ ■ ■ ~ J "
L G French recently sold the res
dnece property In which he was lis
tig to J. Pepper of Burley, Who. with
uis family, have removed here to
make their home. Mr. Frnech has
uurchssed the house s block east of
his old property, which wss built by
Chris Sorensen of Pocatello.
You will And our shoe department
ery attractive; new stock arriving
tearly every wee*. Our prices have
ilways been right on shoes. Our Win
er's stock of rubbers, overshoes and
elt goods is here; call and see them.
-H. B. Whitman.
P. O. Rlchelson, who was called
■ere three weeks ago by the serious
Uneaa of his wife, which resulted In
ter death, left Wednesday for Bl Pa
to, Texas, to resume his duties with
ichtlllng A Co. He left Master Paul
tere under the care of his grandpar
»nts.
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Martin G. Teuscher of Raymond.
Ernest Howell of Fish Haven, and
Geo. E. Sparks of Dingle, will leave
next, Monday or Tuesday for Vancou
ver Barracks, Wash., to enter the
ipruce division of the U. S. army. This
Twins, a son and a daughter, ar
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wtn. Perkin« last Saturday. The
mother and babes are doing nicely.
Grandpa and Grandma Downing are
feeling happy over their arrival, as'"®
.the little lady is their first grand- !
«laughter.
Sergeant W. A. Whitley of the coast
artillery corps, a Salt Lake youth.
Sunday. He I. survived by his moth
er, one sister, wife and three children.
-ounty will also send three men to
Moscow on Oct. 14 to take u$ me
chanical work.
died at Fortresa Monroe, Va., last
Mrs. Whitley was formerly Miss Van
Horn Bagley of this city. The body
will arrive in Sait Lake tomorrow
and f uner al services will be held Bun
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in g it. we wish to call the attention
of the public to the beautiful lawn
,,n th ® clt y hal > «rounds, and we de
fJr any *® ct,on ot this old earth to
uroduct* & finer Uvn in nne nnninn
TBSctT rcedltfer this Is due to Mr!
Bird, who has taken great pride in
the care of the grounds,
iy be said that the city hall and
grounds are the one beauty spot in
^fontpelier, of which every citisen Is
.highly proud.
The much heralded picture. D. W.
Griffith's latest war production,
"Hearts of the World," was shown to
| capacity bouses both Monday and
; Tuesday nights, and the matinee on
Tuesday afternoon was also well pat
ronlzed. If there was a sorrowful
person to attend either of the perfor
mances we have not learned of It.
It was truly one of the most enjoy
bie events of the history of the opera
house and one of the biggest and
best attractions that we have been
privileged of witnessing on the movie
screen.
It can tru
CRAB, L. PORT** A VHYIM
OF SPANISH INTLl'BXIA.
Chas. L. Porter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Porter, formerly of Fair
view, but now residents of Montpel
1er, died at Camp Dix. N. J.. on Wed
In * nmJüüîf *^h_
1 frequently toHoX £
j e nt*în*oï£tetlôS teî
î. n ..° p " r>UoP fo *
^ th „ ^ ff ecU of the
when he fell a victim to the Influen
*a* He was SO years of
i Mr. Porter left 8tar
; fore part of last June,
Tile,
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He was tent
to Logan where he received aped
training as auto mechanic. Fro
Logan he was sent to New Mexico,
where he was etatloned for a time,
ad then transferred to Camp Dix. pro- !
paratory to Bailing for France.
I On June Sth of last year he waa
reunited in marriage to Misa Nellie
Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Henry Parker of Lanark.
Beside* his wife and parante, he la
survived by three slaters and two
brothers, one of whom Is now St
Camp Lewis.
The body arrived here yesterday!
afternoon and was taken to Lanark!
for burial.
were held at the grave.
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LRWIB cor NT Y OOP NOIL
AFTKR BOND 8UCKXM
Some people think that county
councils of defense do not have any
authority to enforce their demands.
Read what la being done eleaewhere
in this state;
The Lewis county council of de-i
fens* la composed of good flnsneiers
n the opinion of Montle B. Gwlnn,
chairman of the state liberty loan
committee. At one session with Pe
ter Fox. a wealthy Und owner In that
•ourfty, Mr. Fox waa Induced to raise
his ante from nothing to $3000 In lib
erty bonds and In addition to give
1600 tor tbe seven war activities as
toon as the drive la opened Mr. Fox
was first asked to buy a 8600 liberty
bond.
Concerning the action of the Lewis
county defense council, Mr. Qwinn
received the following report;
"Peter Fox, one of the most ex
tensive landowners of the prairie
country, purchased his quota of lib
f 1 *** bo " d * **la morning following an
interesting session with th «defense
n **8t. tt la estlmatsd
£«*'• holdings »re worth 880.000 and
as'"® wa * »»«eased 8600 on a section of;
! 'andnortliof Nesperce. When the)
'iborty bonds committee asked him to'
that a ®°" n, V h ® no * i
f ^Vemb^s of th^commU.ee"! £3
th î!
, be d^cl.îoS wm thlt Foï'^w !
buy liberty bonds in the amount of!
$3000 and he was given until noon
today to make the investment,
bought the bonds as soon as the
banks opened this morning.
V "It wss also the decision of the de
fense council that Fox should sub
scribe to the fund for the seven war
activities In the sum of 8600 and this
subscription must be made on the
•Opening day of the drive which will'
begin in a short time.
'"The sentiment of the entire com
munity Is behind the defense council
md the meetings have disclosed that
an equitable responsibility will be
Disced on all citizens who are able to
buy bonds.
"W. E. Marckel of the Vollmer sec
tion, appeared before the defense
•ouncil Friday evening to show cause
why he has not purchased liberty I
bonds in the amount of his quota.
Marckel has been solicited by three
members of the Vollmer committee
and has refused to buy bonds. It Is
itated he bought no bonds of the
third loan and when visited by the so
liciting committee this week he in
sulted the members of the committee
and definitely stated he did not In
tend to buy bonds."
The result of his conference with
the committee was that Marckel
shook loose Monday 83060 for liberty
bonds and will drop 8600 to the war
activities fund when called upon.
While returning from Georgetown
to Bennington last Wednesday even
ing, the car in which Wright Weaver,
Mrs. Horace Weaver and baby and
several others were riding, struck a
rock or some other object and turned
over twice. Mrs. Horkce Wearer and
baby and Mr. Weaver were quite
badly bruised, but none of the oecu
oants received any broken bones.
That some of them were not billed Is
a little short of s m racle. The car
waa badly damaged.
He
Hirashl Ota, called Tor examination
for military service by the local draft
board, is the Japanese with an Amer
lean wife who made Montpelier hi*
home for tbe past two months and
was employed at tbe railroad shops:
until s week ago, when he waa given
'charge of a section foreman,hip sad
sent to a station near Rawlins. Wyo.
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g sorbent cotton, Ranze bandage,
H adheaive plaster, liniment, io
■ dine, etc., should be aa careful
■ lv pnrehased aa the moat pow
■ -rfril medicines. If you buy'
■ them here you need have no
■ fears as to the quality of these
g "First Aid" thing*. They are
■ the beat we can get
■ THINGS ALL
Baai ^
m Modern Drug Co.
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Get-Rich- Puirk
it cunt be done.
Our Bonk is a
Place fqr
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Well, he wasn't satisfied to leave in the bank
and add to it and let it grow. He had the "get-it-in-a
hurry" idea so he tried gambling with his good, honest
money and now it belongs to some one else.
If he's got the heart to start all over again he will
leave it in the bank where it will grow.
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RIC HARD QRO€), CmMw
The peculiar looking bird, adver
tising Jonteel Cold Cream, Jonte^l
Combination Crem and Jonte«|l
Face Powder and Odors. These
are the toilet articles everyone fs
talking about and using. Sold ex
clusively in Montpelier by
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
The Be*A>l Store
IMPORTANT!
Photographs, carefully wrapped
and addressed, can be mailed is
third class matter, one cent k>r
each two ounces, to our soldiefs
in France. No special permit <f>r
order required.
This is Important
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and your soldier boy should be
inspired with lots of oew pictures
form home.
The Rinehart Studio
KODAK now, MONTPKIJKR, IDAHO.
FOR SALE —My confectionery store;
j for particulars call ou Mra. J. J.
Myer.
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: FOR SALE—Aa excel lea t dark Jer
sey cow. will be fresh Nor. 1; J, M.
Cummings, pboae 818.
FOR BALE—Good team of boraaa.
wa*«B
Mont|HiII«r.
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j FOR BALE —Two mutea, oae a mare
; coming 8 year sold, about 1» hands
81*8. the other t horse, earn« age,
a boot 18 hands high; both halter
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w»."ieTtei!^. Mte: Fred
»' lfc * shlalag parlor. Mootpelleo
wanted — Agiri tm general haua#
WANTED
Wh.ch I Win
Hide* and pette. for
r t the hlgheot haiku
Lewis, at the Fair
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would not have to keep telling
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