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ation of every investor. But it's not
always an easy matter for the ordinary
investor to determine the safety of the
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Local News
Montpelier, Friday, Nov. 1, 1918
Only ONE in a life time if you buy
the Great Majestic Range. Sold by
the Nielsen Furniture Co.
A son registered at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Lindsay of Ovid,
last Tuesday.
The local Red Cross chapter has
cleared about 850 the past week,
making gauze masks.
Order your holiday books now
from C. W. Bartschi, Nounan, agent
for the Deseret News book store.
Mrs. Fred Hughes received a card
the first of the week announcing that
her husband had arrived safely over
seas.
the first of September.
If vou intend buying a range this
fall, get the Majestic, the range with
a reputation.-—Neilesen Furniture Co.
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Fred left here for Camp Lewia
A player piano bargain or will ex
ebange; also a good organ cheap at
Nielsen's music store.
Clarence Hess has purchased the
Henry Douglas residence in this city
and he will move his family in from
Georgetown as soon as the siege of in
fliieiiza is over
nuenza is over.
We have the age cy *
over draft Howard heater,, wm save
you 50 per cent on fuel b a.
aen Furniture Co.
During November we will give 20
per cent off on silverware, cut glass
and jewelry.—Nielsen's music store.
John Bagley and Miss Pernix Bag
ley were released from quarantine
Wednesday morning. They and the
children are now at the home of Mr.
Bagley's father, and all are getting
along nicely.
One dollar's worth for 80 cents at
Nielsen's music store during Novem
her.
Tom Barrett will be at the Examin
Tom Barrett will be at the
offlee all day tomorrow. Saturday,
to register the voters of East Mont
pelier precinct. Remember, the books
close tomorrow night at 9 o'clock.
The newest In curtains, over drape
ries and panel laces for the large cot
tage windows, at Nielsen Furniture
er
Co.
Judge Budge writes u# that his son,
Alfred, who la In the medical corps
and a student In the medical depart
ment of the Columbia university in
New York.was stricken about * month
ago with influenza, followed by pneu
monia and then followed by an ab
In the region of the ear, which
scess
may necessitate an operation.
A Diamond Edison or Magnola, no
needles to change, best tone; on easy
terms at Nielsen's music store.
The '"flu" victims at the city hall
and Montpelier hospital, who are now
' the road to recovery, would appre
elate anything in the way of dainty
eatables that people might care x>
take them. Good home made bread
and jelly would no doubt taste mighty
fine to them.
On account T>f getting In another
car of furniture this week we are
making big reductions in prices to
make room for new goods. Come In ,
and see the bargains we are offering.
—Nielsen Furniture Co. j
C D. Simpson, supervisor of the
Caribou National forest for the past
year and a half, left last Monday for
San Francisco to take the examina
tion for a commission in «* 8
Engineering corps. The office la now
in chrge of George Henderson who
has been deputy supervisor under Mr.
Simpson.
A bit ptnebed for money Just now 7
a Don't let that worry you, well i it
grange for that alright. Come rightin
fÇnd select whatever you need. We
will make the W"®"** .Î^îi cl
convenience.—Nielsen Furniture Co.
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Miss Avanell Phelps, who was the
first young lady in Bear Lake county
to register In the nurea' reserve corps,
went to Slat Lake Wednesday to take
up her work in the Holy Cross hos
pital. She was also the first of those
who registered to be called for ser
vice, although Miss Malaone Mum
ford received word several weeks ago
to hold herself in readiness to report
for duty at Tacoma.
We will handle your wheat on a
commission , of one per cent.—Wll
j Hams & Hesa.
J. W. Mumford of Raymond re
ceived a letter last Sautrday from hts
son, Will, who has been In active ser
vice in France for several months,
saying that he was wounded and in a
hospital. Will did not state the na
ture of the wound but indicated In his
letter that he did not think he would
ever be able for active service again.
Will had been in a number of engage
ments before receiving a wound.
Watch repairing at Nielsen's; all
work guaranteed.
! A nine pound son was born to Mr.
j an( i Mrs. Harold Toomer of this city
! last Friday at Holy Cross hospital In
{Salt Lake. Word received from there
yesterday stated that the mother and
babe were doing nicely. Harold is at
I present under temporary quarantine
at his home In this city on account of
i having visited Mra. Toomer. He has
no 8ym p tom g of the but he was
so excited over the arrival of the son
^ the doctor , thought beat to keep
him In for a week until he got back
to norma i condition.

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Juat before entérine the service he.
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anteed to Ht. for fri» lit to $ * 8 , call
at Fred Seller'* tailor shop and havei
your measure taken Mr. Seiler an
nounces that he will tnveet one-tenth
of the price of every suit that he
makes in war savings stamps.
was married to Mias Hairup of St. ;
Charles. Upon learning of the quar
antine regulations here he telephoned :
his wife and she came over from St
Charles. He will remain here a week
with her before going on to his can
tonment.
U you want an all-wool salt, guar
Frank R. Gooding, the Non-parti
<an league and the local democratic '
"ommittee have purchased considers
de apace In this week's Examiner.
I'he political dope dished up by these
larties, together with what we have n
«>eled off. surely gives our reader« a
ariety of reading mailer this week,
if the quarantine remains on next "
week, we don't know what we will b
have to give our readers, as there Is
nothing doing locally. Of course, wo
will have to tell them how It happen
>d that the defeated candidates were
nnt eieeted
not electee.
Buy during November and save 20 t
nor cent at Nielsen's music store! big
stock.
Sergeant Reo B. Dunford of the
nodical department 41nd Infantry at
tent to Georgia for the officers' train
ng school, in the machine gun dlvls
on. Reo enlisted at Fort Douglas a
year ago last July. His brother,
Itandley, Is now at the officers' train
ng school at Camp Pike. Ark. An
Hher brother. Ralph. Is stationed at
Raymond, Wash., in the spruce dlvls-.
on. Reo and Stanley have Just re -1
covered from an attack of lnfluenxa. ;
All three boys are sons of Oliver C.
Dunford of Bloomington, the republl
can candidate tor county superintend
ant of schools.
?amp Deven*. Mass., has Just bean
We are showing a besutiful Una of
Nothing nicer In the
dinner seta.
home than a complete dinner »et. Our
prices are very low on these hand-1
They make a nice Xmas j
Com« in and see them.— |
some sets,
present.
Nielsen Furniture Co:
WUIle Anaell writes to a very near '
friend that "the Dutch are getting iti«*
on all aides and thla war is about ;
over." He expresses the hope of soon j
seeing "the old staute of liberty" I
and also adds that It will be a long j
time and then some before he takes
another ride In an airplane. Speaking
of the "Joyride" be says: "We were 1
billeted close by a French aviation >
field and two of my chums and my-j
»elf »trolled over one afternoon. Aif
French lieutenant invited one of us to j
go up with him. and of course I had |
to be the tall guy. Well, anyhow. Iij
got In and he started the engine.
Some nota» —It sounded worse than a '
boiler-room. When he started up I
lost my breath and don't believe I
breathed the whole time we were up.
Believe me. this old world looks fun
ny from an ssroplsne. We kept go
lng up and up until I thought we ]
were bound tor heaven. We stayed
up for about half an hour, but
seemed like four hours to me and I
waa nearly frosen. When we landed
I thou «ht W6 wer» «oin« down thru
he earth to China o?"^me o"er
place, so I closed my eye. and waited
for the catastrophe, but we landed O.
K."
Mr. and Mra. Ears Phelps wish to
extend their heartfelt thanks to all
who rendered assistance on the occa
sion of the death of their beloved eon
and husband. They feel especially
grateful to the railroad boys for what
they did.
If adversity does not crash s man,
posterity will not crush him.
TuUday^rtU open « S cYtoi"In the
nl ' ,rntQ « » nd "■»«■ ° {> ' n " tU T
* nd c '" k * * hould ">' k * «« « P»'«'*«
YLnt «he poll'ng place» not later than
morn n| w u to have
v «Y «hing >" fOad OBM for the OP«B
0 f the poll» promptly at 8 o'clock.
Ow'ng to the fact that the city hall
V ■-» been concerted nto an cm rgen
! 1 th. pnvll on baa been s*v
cted ta the poll ng place fur eaat
Montpelier precinct. AU votera living
ost rf Eighth atreet will vote at the
pavillon.
Th*> poli ng place In West Montpel
cr product will be In the room
known (l the Bed Crow room, oppo
o'clock In the evening. The Judges
n •"
site the First National bank.
Some people may hesitate about 1
"ot'ng next Tuesday because of the
But we feet that there
"flnenxn.
should be no hesitancy about *olng to
' h ® P"*'a °® th '* ,rc ° un * J 1 **
8nd ,***?£* wiu " odoubt be
with the regulation gauae masks
'«><» •» *« "°* roqnlc* to exceed
n J e minutes of one s time to
«»*re can be no d ' n f 8r * n * b8 ®* ,t8r '!
especially when It ta known that no
" cr *°" permitted to vot e W |
b ® • b " u « tb ® P" 11 * wfto b " h 88 "
'«posed to the lnfluenxa or who does
n0 L pO8 !! 8 " * c, ®* u .
It will be well, however. * or
nooplo to vote during the forenoon,
Generally about two-thirds of the
rot , „ cut after I o'clock In the af-i
t er , U ion. This is especially true In
Montpelier. Many needleaaiy put off
voting until the afternoon. This of
ten causes a congestion at the polls,
Two years ago there ware »3 votes
cast In Montpleter, but we doubt It
there will be TOO cast next Tuesday,
If there should be that number cast,
at least half of them should be cast
before noon. This would prevent the
poaslbtllty of a crowd at either poll- *
ing place at any one time.
American ctltxens have no duty
which Is more Important than that of
exercising their right of suffrage, and
; the Indications ere now that health
conditions in Montpelier will be such
next Tuesday that no well person
should hesitate about voting,
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JAS. T. BUNN OK I.ANARK L
A VICTIM OK APOPLEXY
j Lanark on Friday. Oct. 25.
| came while he wa* sitting at the Uble
partaking of his noon-day meal, and
He had
James F. Bunn died at hta home In
Death
' kus caused from apoplexy,
iti«* 88 » •" *® T * ,W J 81- « he I«" 1 y 88 «'
; in» practically helpless during that
j time,
I
j y®xrs ago.
|«ountry when he was * lad. They^rsrs
among the first settlers In Lanark. In
1 « b « 8 »rly days In the county Mr. Bunn
> t8 "* h « ,ch ° o1 f °®, ' > , eve ™ 1 , ,
' HaVlûrrivêd !
Aif n< * wrved one twm. ^ 6 î. IUrV -ÎÎ
j «>y *»*■ w| fe, three d *ughlers * nd
| three sons, one of ( «• ■
Iij 1 ranee. The remains were taken to
Liberty for burial last îuFlt
a ' noon, open air services being held at,
I th8 »rave,
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] The city hall has been useful In (
more ways than ona Amrbag O* jut
ltjy®»r. In addition to becoming an i
I emergency hospital for tnfiuenxa pa
I tient* i during the past week It ha#
■ »erved fti » ineternlly hoiplttl,
| Friday Mfa. Lel.nd Bolle, who was
! HI with the disease, was taken to the
city hall and on Baturday night she
gave birth to a nine pound son. For
about 48 hours her condition was se
rious. but she has passed the critical;
stage and she and the babe are doing i
nicely under the care of a competent
nurae. Mr. Bolies left her last Au- 1
j gust for Camp Fremont and la now at
some point In the east awaiting or
ders to sail tor France.
Mr. Bunn was born In England 70 :
Ills parents came to this 1
In
CITY HALL SERVED AS
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
to
NEW CLOSING HOURS.
The barbers of Montpellsr have es
tablished new closing hours, which
went into effect yesterday. Until fur-;
ther notice aft shops wilt close et 8
o'clock every evening except Satur
day. when tbsy will remain open un
til 8 o'clock.

BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
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A 1917 Ford Roadster, truck body,'
a 1918 five pasaenger Butck, recently
overhauled.

J. C. RICH, Moutpeleir.
M RAMS FOR BALM.

■ Forty head of young Hampshire
• rams end II heed of 8 and 4 year-old
■ iCottswold rams for sale cheep. Write!
■ or phone C. W. Hern, Georgetown.Ida ,
m
■ my «fat«* in Montpelier
■ have hem uwvllcd. Watch the Ex- 1
I juniner fur annouiMrin-,
■ «fates.—Dr. A .L. Chilton.
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■ adhesive plaster, liniment, 10 -
Suline, etc., should be as careful-,
■ ly parchaaetl an the most pow-i
rful medicint*. If vou buy
■ them here you need have no,
5 fears a» to the quality of these
''First Aid" things. They are
IS the best we can get.
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Pc your Duty — protect
THEM WITH SOME MONEY
in OUR BANK
There are facts In this life that we must face, and the
time to faoe them is now.
You can put a little at a time into our bank and add
a little, and soon have the satisfaction of knowing that
your" brood is protected from poverty; which is the
worst disease of all.
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GOMX TO OUE BANK
Bank of Montpelier
iNtxmroitATMD teei
RICHARD OROQ, Cashier
O. C. GRAY. Pr s siSsa X
Jo n tcc I
The peculiar looking bird, adver
tising Jonteel Cold Cream, Jonteel
Combination Crem and Jonteel
Face Powder and Odors. These
are the toilet articles everyone is
talking about and using. Sold ex*
cluaively in Montpelier by
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
Th« Eexa'l Stör«
Our Usual
Xmas Offer
•••
(Twill start on the first day of
November. Our gifts this
season will be better than
ever. By coming early you
will get a better selection
from our complet* Un* of cmm ami also
,
get finer results than by coming in th*
rush of th* last few week« before Xmas.
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The Rinehart Studio
FOR SALE.—A Defiance couch pith
pad. nearly new; will #*11 reason
able; cell M O. I .L. elab house.
Large ea cos d bend
FOR SALE
beating stone, six hole runs«, blüh
en cabinet and as ad lets* enbtnot;
estl at Gem Stete Lumber Co.
FOR SALE.—A good heating Mown;
coll at Schmid's tailor shop.
Mrs. Dan
FOR RENT
Hurley,
FOR BALR -My coufec tl o a ery more;
Mrs. J. ».
tor psoticulors cull
Myer.
WANTED.—Hides end potto, for
; whU!h \ «hi pa
prie«; som U
Wore.
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sot. _ __
registration hooks ekmo at » o'clock
Saturday might. Moo. *.
Law la. at the Fair
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meut is served, and we heartily
set«** with them. If von went
to purchase moat* whom ten
derness and Sabor quality ap
peal t<* a connoiaaeor you
should visit this shop at asm
and make your «elecA
HOT

H. H. HOFF MEAT CO.

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