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m V V '\W\ C MiHÎÎÉV / n t a v ) Make Sale Investments The protection of princi ple should be the first consider ation of every investor. But it'* not always aneasy matter for the ordinary investor (o determine the safety of the issues offered him. The character of an invest ment, however, it usually reflected in the concern which offers it. Invest« orients offered through this institution war rant your confidence. I Safety — Honesty—Courtesy —Service 'The First National Bank IMONTPELIER, A IDAHO Member Regional Reserve Bank * T Local News Montpelier, Friday Nov. 16, 1918 A daughter registered at the home of Melvin pasaey of Lanark lut Wednesday. Beautiful line of cut glass, china and pictures on display at Whitman's. The stork left a son at the home of Harry Severn of this city, lut Tuesday. A Diamond Edison or Magnola, no needles to change, best tone; on euy terms at Nielsen's music store. Teacher wanted to instruct a young man in the Spanish language; inquire at this office for nam of party. Order your holiday books now from Ç. W. Bartschi, Nounan, agent for the Deseret News book store. The Montpelier Milling Co. an nounces that it will discontinue the delivery of retail lota of mill stuff. A big line of children's coats In all of the nobby styles at a special sale price at the Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis. Dr. King is confined to his home with a mild attack of the influenza. Mrs. King also has it in mild form. A player piano bargain or will ex change; also a good organ cheap at Nielsen'« music store. On November 1st Bear Lake county stood 23rd in sale of war savings stamps. That is, 22 counties in the state had a beter record than Bear Lake. Our leather pocket photo cases, with your photo, will cheer your sol dier boy.—Rinehart Studio. The family of Albert Thompson desire to thank all the friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness and words of sympathy on .the occa sion of their recent bereavement. New styles in ladies' shoes arriv ing nearly every week. You will al fiml the new ones at Whitman's. Holiday gltta In any thing your heart could wish at Whitman's. During November we will give 20 per cent off on. ailverware, cut glass and jewelry-—Nielsen's music store. If any one thinks It an easy matter to get out a newapaper with the town quarantined "tighter than beee wax" we will gladly give them a ways chance to try It. All those having hills against the Republican county central committ ee are requested to file them at once with either Martin Winters or C. E. j Wright. One dollar's worth for 86 cents at Nielsen's music store during Novem ber. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Simmers left Wednesday for Portland, where Mr. Simmers goes with the view of lo He sold his Interest in the eating. Idaho Electric Co. to Clarence Ander son and C ,F. Storekman. The body of John Olson, who died ln San Francisco last Saturday, was brought here for burial Monday. Death was caused from pneumonia. Deceased was a *on of Mrs. B. Olson For some time past he of this city. luffi' been employed as s brakeman oi^the Southern Pacific, and was a A He waa member of the B. of R. T. hurled ou hta thirty-second birthday. A daughter was born last Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Myers of this city. Mrs. Myers Is ill with the Influ enza at the Montpelier hospital but she and the babe are getting along nicely. Call and see our immense stock of holiday goods now on exhibition. You yill And books, games, iron and wooden toys, rocking horses and all of the large and small toys on the market.— H. B. Whitman. Rosa Bracken, a nteee of Mrs. Frank Jones, was killed In France on Sept. 27. He was In the infantry and went from his home In St. John, Utah, last July. He was 26 years of age. HI* parents are dead, but he Is survived by a younger brother and sister, who were largely dependent upon him for support. Watch repairing at Nielsen's; all work guaranteed. Mrs. Mary Miller of Pegram, re ceived a postal this week from her son, Corporal Boyd Miller, written Oct. 13, on which he says: "Just a line to let you know that I am O. K. I am in a hospital; was wounded on the 8th. Nothing serious so don't worry. I haven't received any mail lately." Boyd Is with the marine corps and has been in France since last February. " ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ J g ■ FURNITURE! B ■ ■ » m B ■ A full carload of new goods just put on our sales floors. In this shipment were many pieces of furniture suitable for s * Ï ■ ■ ■ ■ i Christmas s B ■ ■ m Gifts ■ u ffi. We are sole agents for Hoosier Cabinets* Sealey Mattresses and Universal Ranges and Heaters. ■ S; a ■ ■ The " B ■ ■ V incent* F umiture Ç- 0 -PJggy.-.j. -,,j ! Grove Gray, who recently underwent the removal of hie tonsils home that he la now feeling One and 4u If Uacle atlll In California, operation for and wrttca I ready to cross the wants him. Francis Dumont, the alx-year-old ton of Martin Winter». died at 6 o'clock last Wednesday morning. Death eras caused from peritonitis with which be had been 111 tor a week. Beaides his father, he Is sur vived by seven sisters and one broth er. Open ah- funeral services were held at the cemetery yeeterday after noon at 1:30 o'clock. We will handle your wheat on a commission of one per cent.—Wll lisms A Hess. Gean and Wayne sons of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Austin, w^o have been at Logan for some time, left last week for Waco, Texas, to enter tbe officers' training school. < In a class* of 30 for admission to West Point, and yaa feeling good over the thought ol being able to en ter the government military school, when It was learned that his home was in Idaho, andl he could not be sent as one of the two that were to go from Utah. in passed second A large shipment of yarn for »wester* has arrived and those wish idee can secure lng to knit these the yarn at either the Red Cross room in G roo a Toomer'l garage or of Mrs. Munk. The Bear Lake chapter haa been asked to furnish lit sweater* Just ss soon as Ible. In fact they j were to have been shipped by this time, but the laok pf yarn and the in grottly retarded the iluenza has work. Knitters are urged to get in now and make thp sweater* as there is urgnt need for them. The boy* at the cantonments pnd In-France will need sweaters Just as badly this win ter as they did last. People who have sons or near relatives In the service should get the potion out of their heads that the boys will he home this i winter. I 'FLU" SITUATION RE MAINS ABOUT THE SAME The "flu" situation In Montpelier this morning 1. Sported to be eome what better than It wa. a week ago. While quite a number or new case. have developed he put week all of the afflicted ones have It in mild form. Aside from the two Japs, who Sled this week, there have been no deatha from the "flu" since a week Ago lut Wednesday. We have heard It Intimated thtjri the death of the Japa might havei been due to the fact that they did nc|t receive proper care after being taken to the city hall. There la absolutely no ground for such a supposition. In fact Dr. Ash ley informed us that the nurses gave especial attention to the brown men. little Ifhat four of the seven who had the "flu" died la due largely to the fact thst they tried, to light off the disease too long before seek ing medical ai<i Dr. Aahley sated this morning that he believed it would be possible to lift the quarantine by Nov. 26. This can be done. he aald. If the sit uation la no worse than it is at pres ent. The Examiner la only 93 a rear TWO MORS J ATS SCOCTMB TO IXFirSNIA THIS WEEK Two more Jape died from the In fluença this week, making four who hare lout their Urea In the Aght agalnat the disease, 8. Koalaht died at the city hall Wednesday and 1. Yaahtna died there at an early hour yueterday morning. The tatter had I been 111 for four weeka, being one of fthe first to be taken to the city hall Both wore burled here yeeterday af ternoon. COOTIES KEEP THE BOYS FROM GETTING LONKHOMK Roy Jones, In writing to his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jones, an dea date of Oct. 30. says: Dear Folks.—I received mother's letter today, also one from Delbert, one from Ethel and one from Lee. It was the first mail that 1 had received for nearly two weeks. We are still "somewhere on the front" and It la sure raining today, but we have good clothes and rubber boots, so let 'er rain. We are also in a good dug-out, and have got so used to the Hun's shells that we cannot go to steep un- ; loss they send over a "black amith I shop'" We call them black smith .hops because they are large shell* and when they come over they come w-h-a-n-g—boom and leave a hole as big as a box of dynamite would. Please excuse this writing for the cooties are parading up and down my | back. I guess they ure "passing in j review" the way they feel. We sure! are a lousy bunch, bat it can't be helped for we hit so many place* and Bleep In old German dug-out* most of the time. The Germans had this place not long ago. I am sending an ; order for a email Christmas package. The Instructions are on the order. i COATS AND SUITS AT REDUCED PRICES Our beautiful line of ladles' suits and cloaks are now on sale at a re daction of 36 per cent as we must sail I them—The Fair Store, Sam L. Lewie. BARGAINS IN MILLINERY. . , ot . 0Ur . , W ' n o ter on ">«■ '» 98 ?* nU ' " 98 •""»* » We * ** *» Wb '* wou,d * • b ' r *"" Bt 86 ®°, We mu,t r °°® for °« r holiday good, so we are | going to close out our hats at thus j low prices. Come early and got the pick.—The Fair Store, Sam. L Lewis, j A large line of sample shoes In all shades, 2 V4 to 4 Mi, regular |6 and] $7 values, on ule for s tew days at 1 38.96 s pair.—The Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis. Remember, the government recom mends early buying of Chrlatma* goods this year. Lending a man a dollar la a deed of trust. FOR RENT. FOR SALS. ETC. FOR SALE.—A good heating stove; call at Schmid's tailor shop. FOR 8ALE OR LEASE.—200-acr* ranch, all fenced; 60 acres In culti vation, balance good pasture; good house and barn; if sold will take a small payment down and easy terms on balance. Writs to or call on Dr. H. Beckstrom, Montpelier LOST.—Npv. 9, between W. Blaine's residence in Georgetown and Fre mont Hall's residence In Montpel ier, a soft leather purse bearing the name First National bank, Montpelier, and containing one 120 and one »10 bill and three |6 hills. Finder return to Fremont Hall an drecelve liberal reward, FOR 8ALE.—Smith-Premier type writer in first-class condition; will sell at a bargain; call on Mrs. M. Malone. ^ FOR SALE.—A new 166 Harris type writer for 840 cash or easy terms; also a lawn mower,for 360; ad dress box 466, Montpelier. FOR RENT.—My residence on North Ninth street; address Mrs. J. C. Olson, Ovid. FOR RENT —The Pbynter residence, can bave long lease If desired; also for sale one large kitchen range, one se( of driving harness, soma hay and coal; call on Dr. J. H. Lynn. sw $ ffi. ■ THINGS ALL SHOULD HAVE S; .n the medicine cabinet like mb a inrbent cotton,'gauze bands*», ■ : tdhesive plaster, liniment, io ■ line, etc., should be as carefnl ah the most pow YOU buy have no " y purchased ■rful mwlici medicines. If ou need quality of these! B j 'First Aid" things. They are ■ 1 the best we can get. Modern Drug Co., Suppose you lost \ t^v y° ur J ° b ' v and had no t money in the r£L Bank! r/j J I k"V j Here's a picture for you that tells the whole story. And It happais. If he had money in the bank now he wondn't be so discouraged. It would carry him over until hs got an other job—or it might set him up in some little business. It might do a lot of things; that's what it Is for. Ton should start an aocount in our bank and have no fear of the future. COME TO OUÏ, BANK Bank of Montpelier inoorporatrd ini O. O. GRAY, hwilssl RICHARD CROCK OroMro 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 clusively in Montpelier by Riter Bros. Drug Co. The Eexa'l Store 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 The Rinehart Studio Framing Supplies KODAK STORE, MONTPELIER, IDA HO. RETURN QCRMTipNN AIRES TO LOCAL DRAFT BOARD Washington. Nov. II.—A new rul ing by th* provost marshal general today, sent to local draft hoards throughout th* country, provided that all drafts« who have received their questionnaires shell return these to the local board though they need sot he Sited out. The order yesterday was that all questionnaires in th* hands of who had paroed u»*ir 86th birthday n September 13. last, should he him out and returned sad alt others Ignored. To clear up any confusion Genera! Crowder today ordered that all quest Iona 1res should he retarned to the hoard uastgusd. - wanted Hides sad pelts, for which 1 will pay the highest market price; Sam U Lewis, at the Fair t«S ©Uffi. t _ JGooO MID tffiut e rf Thmy yfC MOW ARirVMMHftVW THIS 18 THF. MKAT MLlKKXT where the promise is perform ««• We promise to treat va a politely and we sandy do. We promise to faithfully serre y mi at all times with the beet jerade of meats, snd we most certainly do that very thin*. H. H. HOFF HEAT CO.