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t ÊÊmu^ BQASTTm KM^shopcS: We Know Our Meats Will Please You A374 Whether you Fry, Broil, Boil or Roast OUR STEAKS AND CHOPS are excellent and our roasts 'Mongst our Proudest Boasts Buy Them I Honey! Honey! Leave your order for honey In five gallon lota. Price light. Hurry. Fry Them! TRY THEM! !» * il H . H . HOFF MEAT CQ OLDEST MEAT FIRM IN BEAR LAKE COUNTY PHONE 137 MONTPELLIER JDA. Idaho's Famous HOT SPRINGS I City Homes and Lots for Sale. Also Some of the Best igated and Dry Farm Property In the State can be Bought on Reasonable Terms. Address All Inquires to Lava Development Company . - LAVA HOT SPRINGS, IDAHO • • SI. CHARLES FI MOST SUCCESSFUL (From Farm Bureau News.) * The St. Charles community and especially the Farm Bureau local committee Is to be congratulated for the grand style in which they put over the community fair Saturday, Sept. 18th. Every department of the fair was a complete success. The ex hibits were larger than had been ex pected. The needle work especially was extensive, and revealed some master work In art and practical sew I I I ! IBP pr* piiOTn Ai-rs i! i^ y ip -■ . . I <; f I Health—Comfort Economy Safeguard the health of your family—-keep your home always warm and cosy with 9 v^l ORIGINAL HOT BLAST HEATER Gives even steady heat day and night. Guaranteed to hold fire 36 hours, ami will hum any fueL Remember, this is the Original Hot Blast heater— guaran teed to save one-third your fuel. There are many imitations, hut only one Cole's Original Hot Blast. Came in today while our stock Is complete. 112 1 OD. Olsen ! Bro A I I lag. Th-e fruit exhibit, perhaps, rank ed second in size and quality. Nels Hairup, of St. Chrales, no doubt showed the greatest variety of fruitB and he captured several blue ribbons aa did the other fruit exhibitors. Space will not permit us listing all I of the winners. I John Myers of Ovid deserves spe- I cial mention as an exhibitor of dry land produce. His exhibit would have j attracted favorable attention at any j state fair. His vegetables were wond- J erful for having been grown In a cli mate like Bear Lake county provides. The exhibits In the grain depart ment were least extensive. There I were some very fine sheaf bundles of wheat shown, but the fact that I no threshing had been done prohib- | Prixe Awards at St Charles Fair (From Farm Bureau News.) The club exhibits at the St. Char les Fair were adjudged by all who saw them to be one of the finest ex hibitions of Junior work ever dis played in this part of the state. The west end of the exhibition hall was filled to capacity with a fine display of garden products, canned fruits, vegetables and meats, and with as beautiful a lot of needlework as one could wish to see. Outside, all the poultry entlries except two were by club members, all swine exhibits were by the Juniors, and two calves were entered in the cattle division. Had the boys and girls of the poul try and live stock clubs not been out in force the showing in poultry and hogs would have been meager Indeed. A list of the prize-winners follows: WHEAT CLUB— Early Baart—Clifford Linford, St. Charles, first, i GARDEN CLUBS— Carrots—Benson Peterson first, Joseph Egli second, Clea Briscoe third. Turnips—Rich Allred first, Mae Matthews second, Warren Wind ley third. Table Beets—Rich Allred first, Roxie and Eline Findlay second, Clea Briscoe third. Onions—Joseph Egli first, Vy vian and Golden Michaelson sec ond, Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen I third. Corn—Pearl Price first, Roxie and Eline Findlay second, Clea I Briscoe third. Pop-corn—Lylo and Lynne Wil I heimsen first; Alida NelBon sec I ond and Ruby Palmer, third. Rutabagas—Clea Briscoe first, Benson Peterson second, Vyvian I and Golden Michaelson third. Green Tomatoes—Roxie and Eline Findlay first, Vyvian and Cabbage—Vyvian And Golden I Golden Michaelson second, Rich I Allred third. Cucumbers—Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen first. Rich Allred, second, Vyvian. and Golden Mlch I aelson third. Michaelson first, Benson Peterson second, Joseph Egli third. I Cauliflower—Vyvian and Gold ! en Michaelson first, I Quart of Dry Beans—Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen first, Roxie and I Eline Findlay second, Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen third. White Potatoes—Ezra Roberts first, Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen I- I n ed t be exhibiting of threshed sam I pj eg 0 f an y t be g,. a i na I Flve shflep> Blx hogB< elght dalr> animalfl and flfteen beef anlma i s j werB shown In the livestock depart j men t # James Bunderson of St. Char J j es t 0 ok all the honors In the dairy divlsion . Mr Bunderson has a very good Btart In building a Holstein herd We are interested In this herd I and B ball watch carefully its dev e lopment. I Honors In the Hereford class were | shared by Mr. F. T. Roberts, of Georgetown, and Mr. A. R. Strong, of Montpelier. These men deserve great deal of praise for their efforts In exhibiting their Herefords. Mr. Roberts drove his three heavy cows, two yearling heifers, one small hei fer calf and a small bull calf thirty miles In order to assist in making this fair a success. Mr. Strong's two heavy cows and his two yearling bulls tra velled at least eighteen miles to get I to the fair. If there are two things I which this county needs more of, they are: first, public spiritedness which these enterprising men showed by exhibiting their animals; and sec ond, more animals Just like these two I men exhibited. These herefords are by far the best in the county and are something to be proud of indeed. If anybody la looking for young pure bred hereford bulls, we don't hesi ! tat« a second in referring you to these men. The animals are first class and have the advantage over Imported bulls in that they are ac climated. Mr. Roberts' cow took the blue ribbon and Mr. Strong's cows took second and third places. We wish to thank these two men in particular for coming so far with their animals. We also wish to di rect every other hereford breeder to these men. See what they have be fore you send to New York for bulls. Mr. John Laker of St. Charles en tered two pure bred shorthorn heif ers and a shorthorn bull which cer tainly Is a credit to him. Shorthorn men, watch John's pure bred short horns. Tha poultry department was fairly well represented. Most of the en tries were made by club members. Mr. Moore, poultry specialist, gave a very practical discussion of feeding, breeding, housing and care of poul try to a mixed crowd of 120 people. He also gave a demonstration of how to detect .the profitable hen. Mr. C. B. Ahlsbn, state field agron omist, did the judging of the crops department; Miss C. D. Miller, assis tant state home demonstrator, judged the needle and baking departments. Mr. R. E. Gongwer from the Live stock Department of the University ot Idaho, judged the sheep, hogs and cattle; Mr. Moore Judged the second, Vyvian and Golden Mich aelson third. Red Potatoes—Ezra Roberts first. Blue Potatoes—Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen first. Standard Exhibit—Lyle and Lynn Wilhelmsen first, Rich All red second, Benson Peterson third. Sweepstakes—St. Charles Gar den Club. CALF CLUBS— Holstein heifer under 1 year— Ruel Monson, first. PIG CLUBS— Berkshire—Alvlrus Arnell first. Duroc-Jersey—Wendell StuckI first, Lewis Munk second. Leon Jewett third. Duroc-Jersey over 1 year—Al bert Miller first. POULTRY CLUBS— White Leghorns—Harley Peter son first, Ella Passey second, Ber nice Allred third. Brown Leghorns — Herman Johnson, first. Rhode Island Reds—Duzette Robinson first, Albert Egli sec ond. Barred Plymouth Rocks — Franklin Rogers first, Ireata Rob erts second. CANNING CLUBS— String Beans—Mae- Matthews first, Thelma Morgan second, Ina .McMurray third. Peas—Thelma Morgan first, Ina McMurray second, Maurine Welker third. Beets—Mae Matthews, first Christine Booth second Ina Mc Murray third. Cucumbers —Genevieve Scho field first. . Soft Fruits—Hazel Bunderson , first, Elmoyne Brewer second, Mabel Pugmlre third. Hard Fruits^-Hilda Blade first, Ireata Roberts second. Standard Exhibit—Thelma Mor gan first, Maurine Welker second, Ina McMurray third. Sweepstakes—Liberty Canning Clubs. SEWING CLUBS— Sewing Bag—Maurita Cleve land first, Myrtle Transtrum sec ond, Theo Keetch third. Set Napkins—Pearl Richards, first, Elva Nye second. Kimona Night Dress—Effie Derricott, first, Margaret StuckI, second, Marintha Derricott third. Patch (on garment)—Eliza Keetch, first, Maurita Cleveland, second. * Sample Button Holes—Maurita Cleveland, first. Standard Exhibit — Maurita Cleveland first. Sweepstakes—St. Charles Sew ing Club. SALVATION ARMY WORK ERS IN CONFERENCE Service was the keynote in the talks of the staff officers of the Sal vation Army at the convention of the Salvation Army Advisory boards for the southern Idaho counties, held in Boise last Tuesday. The thirty nine delegates, repre senting advisory boards from practi cally every county in southern Idaho, gathered to help the Salvation Army in its work. It was the pioneer con vention of Its kind to be held in this state, and marked the first oppor tunity the public has had to come into intimate touch with the work of the Salvation Army among the needy ones. The morning session opened at 10 o'clock at the Owyhee Hotel. Lieut. Col. Cousins, the provincial officer, welcomed the visiting delegates on behalf of the Salvation Army. Staff Captain .Mrs. F. L. McAbee of Seattle, Wash., a veteran of thir ty three years' service as a Salva tionist, spoke on the general activi ties of the army. Adjutant Olive Childers opened the afternoon session with a talk the Salvation Army Young Women's Boarding Homes. Adjutant Childers is in charge of the Boarding Home in Tacoma, Wash., and she briefly and effectively sketched the delightful home life led by the girls in her charge. ^ on A vivid picture of the work done by the Rescue and Maternity Homes of the Salvation Army was given by Major Sophie Harris in charge of the Rescue Home In Portland, Oregon. She told of the girls given new hope and courage by the friendly home of the classes and workrooms where the girl mothers are taught means of supporting themselves and babies. O. C. Bortzmeyer read a resume ot county reports showing the actual conditions in each county and a need for the work of the Army, sponse of the convention was prompt and enthusiastic. The re The delegates unanimously pledged themselves to raise $58,528 In a campaign to be held October 7th to 16th to maintain the Army in Its work during the coming year. Following the session the dele gates and officers of the Army en joyed an informal dinner at the Owy hee Hotel, at which Gov. "Jimmy" Cox, the Democratic nominee for presldgat, was the chief Bpmker. Ü A ¥ There is yet ^ ample time to V erect whatever ^ Monuments you j wish placed for j Armistice Day. \ I % t ( Our stock of ready cut stones offers a splendid range from which to select —but if you wish a stone cut to your order, we are equip ped to give prompt sei vice. A comparison will prove our prices to be very reason able, especially when you consider the quality of our work I J. H. BOTT & SONS CO. Montpelier, Idaho. Wm. J. Bott, Manager. Jl Improve Your Digestion. If you have deak digestion eat sparingly of meats let as least five hours elapse between meals, eat no Hotel Burgoyne MONTPELIER, IDAHO. 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I a m NEWLY FURNISHED Modern in Every Respect THE HOTEL WITH A HOME ATMOSPHERE NEW MANAGEMENT s « : Men Wanted « « m ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■ MINERS AND MUCKERS WAGES: Miners, $5.25 per day; Muckers, $4.50 per day Board and Room, $100 per day. ♦ WESTERN PHOSPHATE CO. % APPLY AT THE MINE, PARIS, IDAHO iC thing -between meals. Drink an abundance of water. Take one of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper. Do this and you will improve your digestion. Adv.