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} V i: n Cl Î i»<ï7fv , i t: Make Safe Investments The protection of princi ple should be the first consider ation of every investor. But it's not always an easy matter for the ordinary investor to determine the safety of the issues offered him. Thé character of an invest ie ment, however, is usually A ralE reflected in the concern which offers it. Invest ments offered through this institution war rant your confidence. I Safety —Honesty — Courtesy —Service jThe First National Bank IMONTPEL1ER, IDAHO Member Regional Reserve Bank i a visit the work from as past back liams that men win say. per from Bear an state the ker and ple Î T Local News Montpelier, Friday, Nov. 8, 1918 Mrs. Hy Burton ia quite ill at her home with a complication of troubles. Only ONE In a life time It you buy -the Great Majestic Range. Sold by the Nielsen Furniture Co. The stork left a son at the home of Martin Phelps last Saturday. Order your holiday books now from C. W. Bartschl, Nounan, agent for the Deseret News book store. There is a new daughter at the home of Louis Stuart. The little lady arrived last Sunday. If you intend buying a range this fall, get the Majestic, the range with a reputation.—Neilesen Furniture Co. A new daughter registered at the home of Ted Toomer of this city, last Monday. A player piano bargain or will ex change; also a good organ cheap at Nielsen's music store. Our leather pocket photo oases, with your photo, will cheer your sol > dler boy.—Rinehart Studio. We have the agency for the great over draft Howard heater; will save you 60 per cent on fuel bills.—Niel sen- Furniture Co. Wanted.—Three copies of the Ex aminer of Nov. 1st; will give five cents each for them; first come first served. During November we will give 20 per cent off on silverware, cut glass and Jewelry.—Nielsen's music store. John Minntg. Jr., is suffering from blood poison In the arm, resulting from a scotch received while at work around a threshing machine. One dollar's worth for 80 cents at Nielsen's music store during Novem ber. ■ H Charlie King has purchased Dr. G. T. Smith's two residences on Lincoln avenue, now occupied by R. H. Fer guson and L. C. Vincent. The newest in curtains, over drape ries and panel laces for the large cot tage windows, at Nielsen Furniture m m » m Co. Work Is progressing nicely on the a tabernacle and "there is no question g but what it will be completed on con- g tract time. The heating plant and g seats arrived a few days ago. g A Diamond Edison or Magnola, no ■ needles to change, best tone; on easy ■ terms at Nielsen's music store. Junior Brennan came home last J Monday from Spokane, where he waa ( attending school. He will remain un til the influensa epidemic subsides — and school reopens. On account of getting In another g car of furniture this week we are g making big reductions in prices to g make room for new goods. Come in g and see the bargains we are offering., g —Nielsen Furniture Co. ■ City Clerk Barrett has established ■ an office In the Red Crow room, op pm ■ • site the First National bank. He will ■ hold forth there as long as the city ■ hall Is being used as a hospital. ■ A bit pinched for money Just now? ■ Don't let that worry yoif. well ar- - for that alright. Come right In g select whatever you need. We g make the payments to suit your g _Nielsen Furniture Co. g John Bourne, the well known Short ■ , conductor, and Ed Whitman. B of the pioneer merchants of Soda ■ elected to the legtsla- B range and »will convenience. Line one Springs, were tare from BaUiumk-connU'., '"'ypHTrilchlow of the telephone ./force, who bed quite s ssv I of-the influensa, recovered «nfficlently be able to go to Ogden last so as to Sunday to remain with _ for a couple of weeks before fit the »wltcfi a Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rinehart re turned last Friday from an extended visit to the coast. In accordance with the board of health rules, they were, placed under quarantine for a week. Watch repairing at Nielsen's; all work guaranteed. I. N. Thomas returned Wednesday from Opal, where he had been acting agent for the 8hort Line for the past two months and a half. He Is back at his old place as cashier at the freight office. We will handle your wheat bn a commission of one per cent.—Wil liams & Hess. War Industries board Intimates that steel shortage may compel wo men to go corsetleas. Hurry up and win that war. That's all we've got to say. We don't want everything tn bad shape, do we? Buy during November and save 10 per cent at Nielsen's music store; big stock. The appeal of Horace J. Paterson from a judgment awarded George Phelps, defendant. In an action In the Bear Lake county district coart for an Injunction, was dismissed by the state supreme court last Saturday. Will C. Parker, who has been on the road for a number of years as traveling salesman for Ogden and Chicago houses, has purchased the Munk grocery store. His family has moved here from Ogden, and Mr. Par ker will take personal charge of the store. He Intends to add to the stock and will carry a complete line of sta ple and fancy groceries. ■ ■ 2 g ■ * 1 ■ ■ S g ■ 2 ■ ■ * 2 E ■ ' ■ FURNITURE! ■ A full carload of new goods just put on our sales floors. In this shipment were many pieces of furniture suitable for ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ - g g g g ■ B ■ B Christmas * ■ Gifts. * We are sole agents for Hoosier Cabinets» Sealey Mattresses and Universal Ranges and Heaters. m. g g ■ ■ 5 2 g 2 g} ■ The ■ Vincent Furniture Comp any. a 1 J . A. Tttppw was elected Jvrtkt of ; tpe peace ia Pocatello last Tuesday.! His sea. John, la soar la a hospital ia rraace. haring recently km wound *1 the second Date We understand that Lincoln eoun-; tb -y. Wyoming, want democratic last Tuaaday. This mean* that D. C. Oak Here's con j Last weak In Mating the amount c 'bn Red Cross ladies had made from telling face masks, we got the figures da a little too high. They sold about ISO ley was elected sheriff. fcratulatlons. "Slim." worth of masks, but of course that was not all profit as they had to pay for the material. John B. Hopkins, a well known Short Line condnctor, died from in fluensa in Pocatello laM Monday. Ho wa, o .mnmhe r HOf Montpelier Lodge, mother, who residue tn Logan, his wife and a little daughter. He was a to nephew of W. J. Crockett of this city. J. E. Simmons, an old-time real- ' dent of Eight Mile, died Oct. tl of quinsy. He leases a wife and several children to mourn hla loaa. Deceased was a member of the Modern Wood- °' men of America and left hla family He in insurance policy of $1,000. 'us about 36 years of aga. The fu neral occurred Saturday afternoon tnd was private. We are showing a beautiful line of ltnner sets. Nothing nicer In the mme than a complete dinner aet. Our .rices are very low on these hand <ome seta. They make a nice Xmas •resent. s' leisen Furniture Co: Come In and see them.— A daughter was born tn the city .all last Tuesday to Mr and Mr* v Font Bucher. Mrs. Bucher did not .. have the influents, bnt other members! th of the family had symptoms of It» and as it was impossible to socuro ft nurse *t the home It was thought best to w take her to the cly hall. She and the baby are reported as getting along nicely. In ed Word was received from Frank Dunn, by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. d Wm Dunn, under date of Nov. 1st. it stating that he had been In a hospital for two weeks with the Influents but was slowly Improving and hoped to bo able to report tor duty soon. Frank enlisted In the aviation service last January and Is now a sergeant at Ar cadia, Florida. Hts brother, Vern, is In training at the S. A. T. C. tn Logan. anteed to fit. tor from $$6 to fSS. call to at Fred Seller's tailor shop and have your measure taken. Mr. Seller an that he will Invest one-tenth mit that he nc If you want an all-wool ault, guar nounces of the madreVTs war savings ■ Miss Luclle Krogue returned last \ reek from a five month's slay in Salt -*ke, where she had been attending! he L. D. S. business college and studying music under Prof. Tracy Y Jt. Cannon, i flhe Wflfi »innniumlsd VV 5 Utah. They both Intend to return when the Influença epidemic Is ended. Just previous to coming home Miss I sTÄ? h«LTter' Ph ' C f °" sitlon in St. Mark s hospital. , j We with to exprees our moat sin-, cere thanks to the friends who so gen erously assisted at the burial services of our beloved so nand brother. Your CARD OP THANK». açts will ever be held In grateful re membrance by as. J. W. McDonald and Family. Words cannot express the apprecia tion we feel for thoee who did every thing within their power to assist ns upon the occasion of the death of our dear daughter and sister. We thank one and all from the bottom of our hearts. J. W. Wedel and Family. 1 rant me from imtim ; bees fait la Mootpellar this wash. and the etUsen. ha*, awakened to tb * fact that It to a most serious thing, The fall effect* of the iafiueaaa has Four death* occurred within «I hours In the following order: j Gladys* Wedel. Monday afternoon, N. c Murdock. Tuesday night. Albert Thompson and a Japaneae Weduce da , afternoon, Mias Mr. Murdock. Mr. Mr ' Th ««P*on *« d 'he Japaneae dted * l the city hall, to which place they had been taken for care. Mr - Murdock la survWed by hi* wife *nd two small children, all of whom are 111 with the disease. Mrs Mur dock ., eonduton being quit. serious ***■ bod > was shipped thla morning to Dewey. Utah, tor burial, Mr. Thompson la au re Wed by four daughters, the youngest about 10 years old. and three sons, one of __ , . , _, . °' M5D * lr »orslcee were held for him at the cemetery yesterday af ternoon. whom to serving In the British army :i The Jap waa also burled here yes terday afternoon. tlKNHY SMITH DIE SKBOM in miNM AT ABERDEEN, WASH. Henry 8mith of Fish Haven, died .from Influents last week at Aber deen. Wash., where be had been ste tloned for some time in the spruce dl v , #lon f th .. . . , . !.. _ . _ th * 1 br,nch lMt February *» d *" shortly sftsrwards sont to Abordeon. Hs was a brother of Ralph Smith.who w „ klUed al the Maln , lre e, crossing He enlisted In In this city last May. Hla body arriv ed In Montpelier Wadneaday night and was taken to Fish Haven renter His death d »T morning for burial. it a terrible blow to hla widowed raother . coming, as It does, tn leas death of her son Ilalph. -:-— GIVE IDAHO A PLACE AMONG than six month* after the tragic THE TEN HONOR STATE». All Red Cross workers are urged to get behind the United War Work Camp * * n * nd enthuslaatically help P»*h the drive tor funds for wnlfare work among American and Allied sol \ 0 a quick finish, „ , , ....... th*. Nov. 11, and Is participated In by Jt. M. C. A.. Y. W. C. A., War Camp Community Service, Jewish Welfare «-«. N.. ;r ,c...* «, America Library Association and Salvation Army. I The assistance of the Red Crosa Is «** '» * Ml**™« -nt out b, Hen , ry p ch ., rm .„ of th „ R.a jCross, after a five weeks' Inspection j trip of the Red Crosa In England, France and Italy. Mr. Davidson says: "Having spent nearly five weeks among onr men back of the llnea In England. France and Italy. I have had opportunity to observe work of seven relief organisations. Certainly every Chapter of American Red Croas with in the United States, and Indeed In all other part* of the world and all «Risen» of the United State* would dlers and sailors, and push the drive The big drive starts Mondsy morn-! contribute to the work of them or ganisations If they, could appreciate Its Importance. Our nearly two mil lion men are far from home in strenge lands and need as men never needed before, jast the things these organi sations supply. I am therefore eon fldent that the entire Red Cross, con scions of Its obligation, will co-ope rate with enthusiasm and seul In the coming campaign." "This action, which will pul the gt nantie force of the Red Cross behind the United War Work Campaign," say* State Campaign Manager Rich ard E. Randall. "I* one of the great est things that has yet been done tn the campaign. We are determined that Idaho shall go over the top with honor, and the workers already lined. up nre eager to start. While we are sure of the result, yet we nre not overlooking any bete, and we are atm- 1 ng to take no chances of a failure. The entry of the Red Cross ought te; assure Idaho a place among the ten! ' honor states in the campaign." __ !.1 1 I % m. THINGS ALL fltXAÎTT Tl H IPS g »rnJUIeJJ MAV» g in the medicine cabinet like ab- < ■ Aorbenl cotton, icanze bandage,! ■ tidhettivc pin*Dr, liniment, i<> 5 dine, etc., should be as careful ly purchased a» the most pow-, ■ierful medicines. If you buy 2 them here you need nave no g fears as to tne quality of these .■."Finit Aid" things. They are 2 the best we can get. g} Modern Drug Co. ■ ■ * Ik Suppose you K-.your'TOB lost » ê and had no k money in the Bank! ""O % * ~\1 V L> V VI Here's a picture for you that tells the whole story. And it happens. If hs had money in the bank now he wcadn't be so discouraged. It would carry him over until he got an other job—or it might set him up in some little business. It might do a lot of things; that's what H Is for. Ton should start an aeoount In our bank and have no fear of the future. OOMX TO OUR BANK Bank of Montpelier INtXlRPORATMD IMI O. C. GRAT. P m lfi mi RICHARD CJROO, laahta* T The peculiar looking bird, adver tising Jonteel Cold Cream, Jonteel Combination Crem and Jonteel Face Powder and Odors. Those are the toilet articles everyone is talking about and using. Sold ex clusively in Montpelier by Riter Bros. Drug Co. The Rexa'l Stora BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED ENLARGED PRINTS can be made from your choice kodak negatives and at moder ate cost by professional work men at our studio. Developing Printing Enlarging Kodaks Films Supplies The Rinehart Studio 1 Framing KODAK MTOKJC, MONTFK1JER, IDA NO, r.PUBMlAIM. FOR BALE.—Urge second hand beating stove, six bole rang*, ktteb cahlaet sad medicine cabinet; sail at Gem State Lumber Co. FOR SALK.—A good heating stove; call at Schmid's tailor shop. FOB SALE OR LEASE— tM-acr* rasch, all fenced. M acres la ealtl ration, balance good pasture, good hoaae sad burs; If sold will taka a small payment down and assy on Dr. H Backstrom. Montpelier yoR RENT.—The Former rosMkmes < _ M . K °. K . "* h K : ~ on Dr. J. H. Lynn. soy sow. ose Durham cow, two sets of double dr!vine harasse.ose near ly new. ose mer* IS years eld. s qssstlty of cost and other srUefas; call os Dr. J. H. Lyon FOR BALK.—Thorosskbrs» Monoracks and Asnaesas r W. H. Enfield. Montpelier Black The .tM 1 ! ©OR. # RMETRUt t it Trrpt ttf MOM AREYVktun**« THIS 18 THE MIAT HABEST where the promt»# ia perform ed. We promise to treat you politely and we ewely do. W« promise to faithfully serve you at all time# with the best »riete of meats, and we moat certainly do that very thinjr. 1H. H. HOFF MEAT CO. M M a f«er.