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MONTPELIER.
IDAHO
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Local Newa
Montpelier, Friday, Jan. 31« 1919.
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AH of the Ute song hits'at the
Nielsen music and jewelry store.
A new danghter registered at the
home of Fred Sommers last Tuesday.
The public library will re-open to
morrow, the usual hours prevailing.
Heaters at coat at the Nielsen Fur
niture Co.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gray will leave
next Monday for a month's absence in
CalifornU.
Dr. Ashnly now occupies the offices
over the Bank ef MontpeUer vacated
by O. B. Parrott.
Pure life Insurance protection nt
reasonable cost; see 8. N. Kuns.
Montpeltej; phone fill. -,
/% AU of the public schools In Star
valley, which have been closed for
several months on account of the flu.
reopened this week- ——-'
Liberal allowances made on old
* talking machines In exchange for new
and up-to-date ones at the Nietaen
music and jewelry store.
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„ The Lndlea AMMOto^rof ttoM.
*• ChU w^ U
noon^reh. 5, *t 8.38 o eiecit. .
MUs Marguerite Hansen returned,
last Friday from a lour month's visit
with her Bister it Riverton, Utah, y
TrâsÆiFTECîïto^S^
graphs, featuring the long sprnce
sound chamber. Bold on easy month
ly payments nt the Nielsen music and
jewelry store.
and white goods, commencing Feb.
these special offer
tegs.— H. B. Whitman.
Jack Burns of Pocatello, who had
been a passenger conductor on the
Short Line since 1888, died nt San
Diego, Cal., last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hunter and
daughter Minnie will leave this af
ternoon for a month's vialt at Long
Beach and other pointe In Southern
California.
Good news! Siler, the tailor, has
reduced the price on hla aU wool salts
to $28 and ili. flt guar a nteed , —s,
,—Many letter« were received last
/Monday from Bear Lake boys who are
/ now either In France, Belgium or
! Germany. All feported that they
were feeling fine but mighty anxious
to get homfi:
w King Solomon lodge, A. F. A A.
M., will meet next Thursday night
for the first time In four months. As
there will be election of officers and
much other business to transact, all
members are urged to he present at
7:39 sharp.
Don't overlook the Majestic whan
buying a range; fold by the Nietaen
Furniture Co.
Frants Nietaen wan In town several
days this week, trom hl« ranch near
He said
Wayan. Bannock county,
that there wm more snow la bin sec
tion than there to here, bnt the tell
la away below normal for this time
of the year.
Duyne Hayes, tha yonng man who
met with an accident three months
ago while on daty Ih the employ of
tho railroad and who to mill confined
in the Montpelier hospital, successful
ly withstood an operation Wedneeday
end to now mach Improved.
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Cleve Hsuck, who is stationed at
Camp Lee. Va., In writing to hto par
returned from bte furlough and bad a
most enjoyable time taking In the
nights at Baltimore and WMhington.
He had the pleasure of going through
the White House and he says that
alone wm worth more than the trip
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On Feb. 15 Rogers Bros, will open
an auto paint shop In the building
adjoining the Examiner office. They
will repaint and varnish old cars and
make them look as good as new. All
work guaranteed.
We are making picture frames at
reasonable prices.—Nielsen Furni
ture Co.
Manager H. M. Moore of Riter
Bros. Drug Co. left yesterday after
noon for a month's vialt in the east.
He will stop first at Iowa City. Iowa,
to see hU mother and will then go on
to Chicago and Indianapolis.
The Montpelier second hand store
buys, trades, sells and repairs furni
ture.
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Special sale on laces, embroideries
■»<> whlU! goods, commenc ing Fe b. 1.
<pCCU1 Bfcrt —
"• *• wwunan. . "
Mel Jouley arrived home on Thurs
day night of last week, having been
mustered out of the 145th flelh artll
|ery at ^ Mel went . trom here
to Camp Lewis, and from there he
wl| sent Camp Kearney with aev
e rs, other Idaho boy* to help fill np
t he Utah battery, -r
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cuIner.^B ctX an ho™" Nietaen
Furniture Co.
Mrm Davld uinson died from In
g aenUL at her home ln Paris isst
Monday. She Is survived by her hus
band and four small children, the
oldest being only eight yearn of ege.
Short funeral services were held at
the Parts cemetery Tnesdny after
noon. i -
John llattson writes ua that the flu
struck St. Charles %ard last weak,
there being something like 60 cases
at one time. Mr. Mattaon and hla
ontlre family were down with It nt
the same time, but by good nursing
e says they are all now out ot dan
er.
Wheat Is wheat—It la also money.
Williams A Hess paid a Dingle far
mer the snug sum of 83.00 a bushel
last Tuesday for a quantity of that
aerial, and even at the price consider
they snapped up a bargain. The day
before this same termer sold to Kuns
Broa. several head of two-year-old
cattle for the magnificent sum of
$1.760.
Mr. and Mrs. Moae Lewis retained
Tuesday from Salt Lake. Both have
recovered from the Influenz*, which
Bey they had while there, hut Mr
Bawls la still bothered with rheuma
dam In his hip and Is hardly able to
get around. Mrs. Otlilhan, who was
called to Salt Lake to nurse Mr. Lew
is. returned with them.
Mrs. Mary Scarlet left last Monday
for Riverside, Cal., where «he will re
main for several months la the hope
of obtaining relief from bronchial
trouble in the lower altitude and
warmer climate. At Soda Springs ah
was joined by Mr. and Mrs. C. H
Wetzel, who will also spend several

moathe at Riverside.
Horace J. Geruch, tho 18-year-oh.
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Oertach of
j heron, died in this city last Bandar
rhe yonng man wm operated on tes.
Friday for appendicitis, bat as pero
tintte had set in before the operation
wm performed, the physicians real
isad that there wm bnt little hope of
saving hla Ufa.
taken to Sharon Monday nfternoo
for hnrtel, the fanerai servie«* beln»
held Tuesday.
Harry Meekirn« SfrireïWtïS'eU}
test Satarday from Camp Meade.
Md.. where he wm mustered oat of
The remains wer.
service, and has taken hla old pooFi
tion with Riter Broa, Drug Co Hsr
teat Jews Tor ape
ctel Instruction and wm SMigned t<
the signal corps. After three month,
at Moscow, he wm «ent to Ft. Leav
enworth and from there to Camp
Meade, where be wm awa'tlng or
der* to go overseas, when the aroute
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Wm Irvtag of Jwwi,
leg h ta subscription to the
oriM:
"1 Mro ltko lo hear trou
my old home town. Wo ko to had «
One «rioter here, the cotdeet woo « bo
1 expect to Mort termine
tko fl rat ot Fob. The flu
low aero.
soon after

C ar deaths In one day. 1 am last re
vering from an stuck of It myself."
- Tom Hartman I scondnod to hla
; Borne, nursing a case of mampa Tom
says It Is a hoc of a note to think
that he
u u anc j everything else while la the
training campa, and then to get the
peaky mumps after coming home.
Guess Tom must base had a mump
germ or two stuck away la kin uni
form when ha came home.
Mr. and Mrs. Meal Knuttl were
called here from Garfield last Monday
by the death of Mr. Knutti'a mother.
GENEVA RICH OF ST. CHARM»
A VICTIM OF IXPLUKXKA.
8t. Charles. Jan. 2*.—Funeral ser
vices were held* here last Saturday
for Miss Geneva Rich, who died from
the influents on Jan. S«. She had
been dovrn with the flu and «ma eome
what improved, hut the disease had
made each an inroad on her condition
that it affected her heart and the end
came suddenly and unexpected. She
was the danghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-.
ward C. Rich and «ran bora In 8t.
Charles In March, 18*7. Her deatl
brought deep sorrow to ovary hom<
n St. Charles for she waa a moat eotl
mahle yonng lady and loved by all
Sha had bean a faithful worker
the Toung Ladies' Mutual and the
Sunday school and wan greatly devot
ed to her homo duties. Mr. and Mrs.
Rich have the heartfelt sympathy of
tha entire community over the un
timely tom of their beloved daughter.
Special musical numbers wore render
ed at her services and tha speakers all
spoke In feeling terms of her charm
ing traits and the true Christian Ilf*
Mrs. George Humphrey, died nt
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her home in Parla last Monday night. |
Death waa caused from acute atom
ach trouble, with which she had been 1
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bon, In Smtend on Juno ». 1,4).,
She came to the United States about
50 years ago. and soon afterwards lo
"'ma" £ r ",' wh r' h : h r
resided. She Is survived by her bus
band, five sons and three daughters,
Funeral services were held lb the
F**« " '"v— ï ——•
Ing house yeeterday afternoon nt fi
o'clock.
She had led.
MRS. GEO. HUMPHREYS OF FARM
DU» FROM STOMACH TROUBLE.
, Sheriff Athny returned last Monday
rom Pocatello, having U charge one
n «wvLîwI
McClellss. slims Oso. B.
3cott ' who WM lore for wife
desertion. However, since returning
fr 0 " Pocatello the sheriff has learned
thgt McClellan 1* not only a wife de
«trier, but a bigamist and a slacker
,, h . h -„rbine
" d f '."" ** **• r °* d
here for a short time under the naine
of Geo. B. Scott, and ander this name
ho was married In Salt Lake last
August to ths womaa he deserted
here last week, leaving ker and her
child penniless. It Is aow known that
PRESBYTERIAN CHBURCH WILL
RESUME ITS SERVICES SUNDAY.
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Rev. J. H. Barton telegraph« g,
from Boise that he will conduct both
morning and evening services at the
Presbyterian church next rJBunday,
and Mias Annie Lauridsen advise* ua
that tha regular U o'clock a. m. Ban
dar school at that church will be re
sumed. Tfie M. E. church held Its
first service« since the ban wan placed
last Sunday evening.
SHERIFF ATHAY NABS A
BIGAMIST AND BLACKER
of
to
he has e wife living In Santa Rosa,
California. McClellan registered for
nllltary Oervlce last year In Califor
nia hut failed to fill oat his qsaatlaa
•lalre. He ta at present la jail nt
/'aria, and the Indications are very
,'ood that he will drew a term of sev
rai years la the penitentiary, either
n Idaho or Californie.
Whoa It comes to lying abaat nulte,
>ome tailors can discount sema lew
Don't Confuse
Our framed portraits with
the ordinary kind, such as
are peddled about the
country by tramp agents.
Ours are PHOTOGRAPHS.
Ours are finer and for less
money.
The Rinehart Studio
KODAK «TORR, MONTPELIER. IDA HO.
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Mr. Hormon L Andrew« and wife
Arrived Wedneeday from Pork City
had will become resident« of Moot
poller. Mr. Andrew shoving accepted
the position of aoleoman tor the Nisi'
eon Furniture company,''" Manager
TtradHet* feels
innate In securing the service« of Mr
Andrews, as he has had long exper
>ace in the ternltaro business and
-omen recommended as an energetic
tUt lit iu bftn for*
and a commodat In« aaleaman.
The company Intends to add talk
lag machines and other musical goods
to IU Mock, having secured the agen
cy for the celebrated Sonora phono
graph. which la one of the highest
class Utktng machines la the world,
hoeing been awarded Brat prise at
the World's fair la San Francisco. Mr. |
Andrews will have special charge of
this department.
Mr. Hendricks Invites the patrons
sad public In general to call at the
atore and haar this sweet-toned ma
chine and IM Mr. Andre«rs explain Its
merit*.
WELCOME GOOD MHO'
Around 80# people witnessed the
first moving picture show at the opera
hoaaa last Monday night tine* that |
playhouse dosed four months ag at
tho Instigation of tha board of health
and the numbers have gradually in
cro s sed since nnttl It begins to r*->
a." j XnOrV
lifting of tho I
__ _ day*
already patent that the
nan on pnbllc meetlnga are to have
no 111 offsets In the way of bringing
about an outbreak of the fiu epidem
ic. True, there were some peopis who
remained away Monday night thru
tear of contracting the dlaeaaa. but
with the approach of each night thin
fear is seemingly entirely penning to,
the skeptic damp heap.
"Tho Doctor and the Woman." In
which la featured Mildred Harris, re
cently becoming tha wife of Charley ;
M^ToïtehîTndTîr«
IM. win appear tonight, and nil who
| witness it will be treated to some
thing both amusing and entertaining. I
1 The play Is a Jewel production, the
Tomorrow ol.bi . Paramount nod
Artcrnft picture, "Taking the Shell
oB Had." will be shown. The produc
tarM g„d the lending characters of I
flldom all the way through. Nancy
Lyons takes ths lending roll, who was l
sfiSrws ss .hô ::r.
Cleopatra look like thirty cents, Mex
lean money. Aided by her new art
she won a husband, spoiled s German
plat and took the ]unk out of Ore :
Junction. Pa.
The picture for next Monday night, i
a display advertisement of wb'ch up- j
pears in this Issue, Is one of Douglas j
Falrbank'a Western comedies and no
doubt will be greeted by a capacity
houae. Do not tall to road about It. 1
AUTO LICENSE NOW DUR,
All automobile license« for the year >
1818 expired on the Slat day of last
December and the ltlfi licenses la!
now dun. Those who ere
aatoe should secure a llceeaRSt sec«
JAMBS DUNN,
their
Wl KNOW oust «USINE SS
a book,
Vou SHOULD
COM« IM ANO
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THERE'S ONE GOOD
WAY OT FINDING OUT
whether or not we know ourjg
business, and that is to oome in
and take a look around our
shop. We'll show yon the
choicest assortment of meats
that ever called a knife and
fork brigade into action. For
the sake of your health and
happiness, act npon this sag
gestion.
H.H. HOFF MEAT CO.
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MontpelierJ
Oldest State Bank
In Idaho
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come back; if yon forget anything, come back. We'U be
here with the goods when you oome back. The only
come back" to our goods Is your desire to oome back
for more. Advertised goods make you want to come
bâcle. We sell "oome back" goods.
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The new features on this machine
are truly wonderful. Call and let us
explain its superior qualities.
PKICE8 FROM 120.00 UP
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THE REXALL STORE
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HÖHNEN FOR HALE.
Twelve heed of good young grade
"'treberon geldings and mares from
4 to 0 year* old; will sail raasoaable
vnd lake notas with good endorsers
n one and two year* time at 7 per
ent interest, or say security that een
be turned Into cash.
WM. L. RICH. Parta
r R. R. B. ROSKELLEY
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Better Dentristry.
The Painless Way
OFFICE IN RITER BLOCK.
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ENTRAT NOTM*R.
have Is my psna i netoe nt tha Air
Darney ranch In D hgta. Idah > Ih > fol
lowing deserthM aa.mai:
ysarold Jersey brtedta etser. brand'
«4 C H on right «hooldor. fall aere
Calws sooner claimed by lhe owner
I will sell the Mid animal at pahtta
a action at the Darney ranch om Hat
ardgy, Feb 15. 1010. at It o'clock a.
m HKRT HPAHKH. Constable
uns two
GENERAL
BLACKSMITHING
—AND .
HORSE SHOEING.
ALL WOR E GUAR ANTEED.
Oeo. L. Hess
GEORGETOWN. IDAHO.

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