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I iffij JJ V II S' n •» n Protect ~ Your Earnings Having ready cash for sudden emergencies is posable only when you have saved a part of your salary or wages. Start with a small deposit if necessary. Increase it as you can and soon you will j k have • substantial inter* cat-bearing account, content ■ meat, pride end H independence. Safety—Honesty — Courtesy—Service The First National Bank MONTPELIER, IDAHO Member Regional Reserve Bank Montpelier, Friday, June 20, 1919 We take Liberty bonds at full val ue in payment for merchandise— The Fair Store, Sam L. Lewis tue rair more, earn uewia. Mr*. M. B. Cherry I* at home from Pocktello, where she spent the past winter. The Montpelier second hand store buys, sella and trades furniture; also old mattresses for new. Mrs. J. O. B. Case of Ogden, Is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Jesse Perkins. We have everything you need in the way of decorations for the Fourth—Riter Bros, drup store. Mrs. Chas. E. Harris of Blackfoot, Is visiting with Montpelier relatives this week. f Cherri&de and Frutola are delight' ful drinks. Have you tried them at Riter' Bros. Drug Co. fountain yet? Gene Bird came un from Soda Springs Sunday to*vlait'with his par enta for a few days. --- N Fay Bark dull anff His sister. Miss Irene, visited In Burley several days ) this week. - -- ^ We sell .complete line of Columbia grafouolas, the moat perfect musical device manufactured. Riter Bros. Drug adv. L. G. French Is back on the Job as cashier at the express office, af- f ter a month's vacation. J. H. Beatty of the Nielsen Fur nlture Co. spent several days this week at Salt Lake and Twin Falls. We always aim to please our cust omers. Money back guarantee on ev erything we sell.—Riter Bros. Drug adv. Î I Local News Mrs. Geo. Schoper Is visiting In Salt Lake this week. Fourth of July novelties at Riter Bros, drup store. , Mrs. J. H. Welker is visiting with ber daughter in Burley this weel Mr. and Mra. Charlie Heaa left yesterday for a weeks' visit in Dea rer. _-—^ Co. Co. Last Sunday evening Kenneth Dawson addressed the meeting at the Third ward hall on the League of Nations. G. C. Gray attended the meeting of the Sate Bankers' Association, which was held at Bnrley this week. The Misses Catherine Henderehott and Florence Wattis of Ogden, are visiting in the city with Miss Lois Williams. Beautiful new assortment of silver ware in Rogers Community and Sterling at Thor C. Nielson's Furni ture, Music and Jewelry Store. Fred Gray arrived home Wednes day from Oberlin, Ohio where he at tended the Otterblne university the past year. Keep those cold liquids cold by using thermos bottles, sold at Riter Bros, drug store. Mrs. C. C. Hepperly and son Le roy have returned to their home In , I Salt Lake, after a weeks' visit in Montpelier. —-* J&isr Ruth Jones returned home •from Salt Lake last week, where she (attended the University of Utah tfeft-f The new Columbia records make Id eal entertainment in these summer ' evenings. Me will be glad to play them over for you.—Riter Bros. Drug adv. Co. Mrs. James Crouch is now attend ing summer school at the Montana state university. After compleUng the work there she will visit with relatives in Oklahoma before return tag home. Dr. R. H. Mums, dentist, over Hank of Montpelier; phone 184. Wm. R. Hyman of Liberty, re turned last week from his missionary labors in the Northwestern states, He Was gone two years. The board of county commissioner* will meet in adjourned session next Mohday. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Bresee ar rived Wednesday from Elko, Nev., tor a two weeks' visit with Witt's mother, Mrs. J. E. Toner. Mrs. George Michael arrived from Ogden yesterday and will visit for some time at the home of her father, J, „ r °. „ . Th ,® Hoosler Kitchen Cabinet Is °" n ', Low P* -1 «*' «"r Thcjr c Nielson, next door to Post Office. Buy your summer reading, all ot/ the new, popular copyright novels; for 75 cents each at Riter Bros, drug store. V They are entertaining a new daughter at the home of Eugene Burgoyne. The little lady arrived last Sunday. still on aale, all wool suits for froid »21.50 to »24.60, flt guaran teed; also suits for »14.40.— Fred Seiler, the tailor. --- Mrr-snd ltffäT WmT Speirs and chi I dren returned the first of the week from a visit with relatives and -tr tend a in Salt Loko. _- —^ rt q Behvmer and famflv i*ft laa* Monday nl/h? for a with reUti^^t FalrfisTd lll Ä will aUo stop a few day. at St. Louis ,®nd Denver. ) All classes of plumbing and sewer connections made; prices reasonabl* andall work gaarwnteed.—Wm. Pen aer f. P*» on * Judge Gough went to Salt Lake Tuesday. He will return In his car, wh(ch he left there when he drove up f r °to California a couple of months a *® we received s splendid selection Axmlnlstsr, Brussels and Fiber 'h* - we ® k - 8®«lng Is believing, rurnUuVc 'ïll rn T n '»" r ® C. The Old .Reliable. f CINCE the public so readi ^ ly responded to our spring clearance sale for May, we deem it wise to run it on thru June. The additional at tractions include baby bug gies and cribs, dining room furniture and rockers. Nielsen Furniture Co. The Old Reliable Store ^ wm. t Perkliis sul«ml tnK^ Mon (l*y rrom 8t. George. Cub. hnrlnt made the trip by anto. He aeme np to participate In the Perkins fan »-1 ly re-unlon. which waa held Wed ueatlay. We are atill selling at sale price four of the popular qualities of lino ■cum In some splendid patterns.— Melseu Furniture Co. The Old Reli able. A new son registered at tbs bom* of Roy Dukes of Odd, "Buck" Wright and Charlie Talj •>tt came down from Keuimerer last k «unday to watch the Green River' •«rewen, wallop the Montpelier Cam-Ï— Wm. Hymsa of Liberty, went to I'ocatello yesterday after hla daugh er Sarah, who was operated on here two weeks ago for sppendl • It I». They will return this after noon. Tho beat home-made ice cream II enta a pint; 50 cents a quart at lab' maru Bros.. Myers' old aland. rls. Just received, a nifty tins of mid summer hats for ladies; hats from 11.98 to 96.40; also s large assort ment of misses' and children's hats. •--The Fair Store, 8am L. Lewis. The rirst ward primary associa tion will serve lunch at the pavilion tomorrow and Sunday, on account of conference. Sandwiches, pie, sal ade. Ice cream and oaks will be eorved at five cent* each. I have the material and am pre pared to make all kinds of sewer connections; work guaranteed and prices reasonable.—Robert Ray. Mr. and Mrs Harry Berryman motored up from Blackfoot yester day to visit over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spongberg. Mrs. Berryman and Mrs. Spongberg are sisters. Due to the drowning of one mem ber of the Ideal Beach orchestra, last Friday, the opening dance waa not held at that resort Friday night. An orchestra was secured from Montpelier and the danc* was held at Stock's pavilion In Fish Haven. Dr. A. L. Chilton of the Pocatello Optical Co. will be at Goodman ft ChrlBtman'H Jewelry store June lg, IT, 18, 19 and 21; at the Stuckl home n Paria June 20 from 10 a. m. to 1 p m Tuition fee of h« charged. Mothers are requested to accompany their children at the time of registering. Universal Ranges are the acme of perfection and the vgry latest In "love building. "Beat In the Uni verse." Thor C. Nielson, next door g, Poet Office. —_ __ _ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright oil Bennington, returned last Monday I by auto, from a weeks' visit at Black-ll f ont , aimnmsanlod Pr y Mr* Wright's father!" w7 hTruUI. *„ who spent several days here shaking hands with old friends, and writing . „ a little life insurance on the aide. A shower was given last Tuesday evening af the home of Mrs. Wood ruff Clark for Mrs. Sterling Cook. J 1 ®«, Nellie Rldd. About 30 of the brWe * B * ,r , 1 . friend* were present and wi ~ r V îüi* "i* wa# * e of many »«autirni presents. ^ ° n Monda y °* ,a *t week P. W. Olson of Cokevllle. .old his wool clip. 1 ZTiT-ï 'Uu"'a^nound^Th: ' «" own ft Adam? Co ^urml ll c „ p wh , ch one of ^ be-t r ^ Lin* coin county The 0r#a , t he range of superiority andwltb s reputation without a peer la the United States. placed In any home In the county o* attractive terms.—Nielsen Furniture Co. The Old Reliable, , Last Monday County Auditor Rich K Issued a passport to paradise to Mon dell Tolman and Margaret Bagley, both of Fslrvlew, Wyo., Bishop ° f . ? lng .w' ad,u,t * d th ? tlal knot for the young coupla. A very prettily arranged lawn party was held at the home of Del bort Jones last Monday evening. At tractive Japanese decorations were used as a color scheme. Fifteen guests enjoyed music, games and dancing after which refreshments .Were servfilL- -__ V T f-WTsH Ruth Jones wishes to an bounce the opening of a private kindergarten at her home on Mon •une 23 at 9:30 o'clock. A 50 cents a week will da Guaranteed Mr*. H. L. Austin died at tbs Beer Lnk« Hot Spring* yesterday afler Ä#U ÎM® ^-°or ip Tha body will be shipped to morrow to OrantsvlUe. Ut»h for burial Mr. and Mr* Cheater Golden rlv.-d Uat Friday from Crawford, j Neb., for a visit of several weeks at «he homo of W. J. Hunter. They are spending this week In Salt Lake Miss Esther Schmid returned nr yee terday from a two weeks' visit In Salt Lake and Pocatello. Pure life Insurance reasonable coot; Montpelier: phone ttt M. 8. Roberts and family motored up from Soda Springs last Sunday to tâke In the hall game. "Bob" placed a few bucks on the Brewers winning the game and accordingly went home richer than when he ported that Soda Springs will be rep resented by a big delegation In Mont peller on the Fourth of July jfi A. TSnaeiTarrlved Uat Sat urday from River Side, California, nnd will visit for a month or more with her parenta. Mr. and Mrs. J O. Merrill. Mr. Jenaen has resigned hla position with the government, ; which he has held for the peat 10 ! r *Ri 1° accept a more lucrative po-, altlon with the National Orange I Orower*' association of Riverside. 8. C. Evertngham arrived Tuesday from Wichita Falla, Teiaa. where he has been connected with atructlon company, since leaving the government service I a at F\ brunry "Spike" says that It la "hotter ihan biases" In Texas and the coat of ||y ■M *1 Wichita Falla Is beyond all He will remain here until after the Fourth, when he will go to Salt Lake, where he hae tlon la view. protection at 8. N. Kuna. came. He re a con reason R propos! ARTEI.L STEPHENS LEADS IN THE CONTENT FOE GODDESS Considerable Interest has devel oped In the contest for Ooddess of! Liberty, and next week It la expcgLetl »that voting will be quite Uve^The tontest closes at 9:9« day night, June 29. Satur After the votes •r* counted next Monday night th* 1 name* of all young ladles will be dropped who have leas than 50 votes. Following la the standing of th* | feine leading contestants this Artell Stephana ... 9lelb* Weaver — M* nn *® Hunter _. J® nu * William* M* r ***®rlte Hansen era Welker - SL *' "* PeterMn — moru t 172 — 167 ... 143 I 46 42 ;i7 3 1 36 20 Perhaps there Is no small of •** n y o# the road today that bas any In «"or* boosters than "The Gladstone I Company ." They are known from <°»«l to coast as giving a clean 1 bright aud snappy show, and oil ,al1 lo P ,eaa ® I f.*? ture to offar thla ■ ea,on • It being J Bu,ter R *y." * child of only three y ** r ®' wbo P® r,orm * acrobatie feats *„ .1 mak " " v « r y one aet up and take Vu .. c . er «?, ln * er . „ r „ 8, * l * r * wear bïîîiMful gown* - d " Utor "' ,nd Signor Carlo^Fesaia the famous piano accordionist, needs no Intro Suction to the loial the.t?e moJn while the Ray trio are a credit to anv big time circuit. They offer a een »«-tlonal comedy Juggling and wire act second to none. The Montpelier theatre has booked the Gladstones for Thursday and Frl 1 day nights, June I« and 27. with an ' ond^lg'ht" - ' ° f Pr °* n ' m the ^ s K A MONTPELIER FAVORIT KH RETURN FOR TWO N1UHTH corn never They have a new THE FARM BUREAU PU NIC W'AM A BIG HUCCEHM - Tbs first annual picnic of Bear Lake County Flarm Bureau, which was held at Fish Haven last Tuesday, was s success in every psrV tienlar. There e aï s large alien d the farmers were well re paid tor their day's outing. The ad dresses by Dr. Reeves of Salt Lake and Miles jOannon, stats commis »■oner of labor, ware Interesting and! Instructive. The editor of the Ex-J amlper regrets that h* was unabl* to attend the picnic, but pressure of businees In the office made It mposalble for aa lo leave. We sus pect that the Farm Bureau picnic will become an annual event and ihat they will grow In Interest and , u tendance. FRUIT! FRUIT! Get your cberrlee for canning now, the season will be short. The Utah Fruit Co. can fill your order. | ~ FARM FOR MALE. A well Improved farm of 493 aerea. ! 3% miles from Montpelier; 144 seres n meadow land; 449 acre* dry tead. j of which 2(9 acres are In wheat. 4# in barley, balance fallowed; 14 scree 1 of Irrigated alfalfa land; all machia- i -ry and stock will be sold with the ! Inquire of John J. Wells, farm. Montpelier. From the Ames. Iowa, Intelligencer When a man comes to yoa all doeb led ap with pain and declares be will die In yoar pres en ce anises yoa pro car* blm a drink of whiskey, amid him to a doctor or else giro blm a do** of Cbambortela's Colic sad Diar rhoea Remedy. There Is a mistakes aotloa among a whole lot of people that boose Is tbs best remedy for col I He who tries to do his beet should '.raw the Um at dolag bis bast, frtei * Thor C. Nielsen Furniture The Gift of Gifts for June Brides Come, to buy, or just to look without the sligetest obligation MUSIC AND JEWELRY FIRST DOOR EAST OF P0ST0FFI0E Haying Season is near at hand and it is well to remem ber that we carry the Old Reliable McCormick and Peering Mowers AND RAKES Dempster Colorado Stackers and Rakes Genuine Repairs Same prices as you are charged for inferior goods. WHY EXPERIMENT? Burrell & Thiel MONTPELIER. ►•••Bank of #w Montpelier % Oldest State Bank In Idaho ESTABLISHED IN 1891 O. C ORAY President RICHARD OROO l « AUT06RAPHIC KODAK Let us do for you what we have done for others- PLEASE YOU WIT AN AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK and the Pleasure in Pict ure Making. The Rinehart Studio A A « KODAK MTOKS, IDAHO.