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' ! t our Declaration of Independence Il U II I ' :» ' ; ; - ! ] Declare your inde tyranny of financial Banish the fear of the future. Win hold it You do all Up starting to save and keeping at it of i Your signature to your initial savings deposit slip ■ Is your declaration of independence. Every daily or weekly deposit will be a celebration—safe and sane. Save for Your Future Ready cash makes you ready for opportunity. To be financially prepared Is to have practical insur You ^ream of the future. Why not plan to realise those dreams? Decide on a definite saving policy and stick to R with determination. You will be building character And character will bring you extra capital when you need it Sign your declaration of in dependence today! 4 lb Sav« Ybwr Mow«ÿ &b<£ Make Y®urM©TO«y Safe BANK. WITH US -IRST NATIONAL'BANK OF MONTPELIER, IDAHO .IMS OPENS AD BUREAU Harold M. Sims, formerly manag ing editor of the Pocatello News, has ^opened up in Pocatello an advertls f ing and publicity bureau. He will fh .i ale all kinds of mall and newspa S$'3r publicity with special attention I to espy and layouts, for ads, circu lars, catalogues, prospectuses and •house organs. Mr. Sims is an experi enced newspaper man and is acquaint ed with both the business and me Icha: ical ends of the business./ He is v well qualified In every respect for Ajuthe work he has undertaken and Is WBv e!l acquainted in the local field, f Mr. Sims at present has his head quarters In the former Pocatello k' News office on North Main street. f / BOND ^ We will use it for your job of - ■ : G mP mm a lamp for . every so cket % f i fô, \ \\ \ A* • f4 A Ô & m (j ? Electric lamps have been mightily improved in the last few years. Modern illumination is softer, more glowing, steadier, less straining to eyes and less trying to nerves. In the interests of better eye health and greater home comfort, see that your sockets are kept filled with Edison Mazda Lamps. Your lighting will then be complete. * Be on the lookout for our boy solicitors ¥ Utah tower e-Light On Efficient Public Service"^^ I I [ I CAREFUtlYPUNHtö EXPERTLY DONE AT THIS PRINTING OFFICE PRICES FROM THE DANKLIN PRINTING PRICE LIST; F All ' Stir.d-Patter. This expression originated from "stand pat." a poker term used by a player to announce his Intention to play cards originally dealt him with out helping his hand by drawing carda The term was first applied a* political slang by Mark Hanna. In 1902, to Indicate the attitude on the tariff question of leaders of the Ba-1 publican party. IM SCHOOL NOTES AMompU.hm.nt. Of Papll* of Para Mechaaka IB Noraabar. It Is • well established tact that tana Implements depreciate much faster while not in used, if improper ly stored, than they do while in act ual operation in the tillage of the soil or in the harvesting of crops. The pupils took the initiative in placing the following farm imple- ments under shelter for the winter. Information on proper storage meth ods was obtained from a Ü. 8. farm ers' bulletin: Six harrows, 18 mowers, 7 hand plows, 1 cultivator, 8 headers, 1 rich er, 1 combined harvester-thresher, wagon, 1 set harness, 7 sulkey plows, 6 hay rakes, 8 binders, B grain drills, 1 side delivery rake, 4 bug gies, 1 stacker, 1 spring tooth har row, 2 garden rakes, 2 hoes, 1 rid ing bridle, 1 pair spurs, 1 express wagon, 1 lawn rake, 1 bull rake, 1 light delivery wagon, 1 pair of shafts, set aprons of header, 1 disc har row. The following shop projects were completed: Farm ' tools sharpened: plane bits, 1 scythe, 1 coal chisel. 6 axes, 2 saws and 2 horse shoeing knives. Farm tool Implements repaired or made: Placed two rivets in curry comb handle and straightened 8 teeth; repaired a garden rake; one clevis made in Simmons blacksmith shop; straightened the stringer iron for two disc plows; 1 clevis stralght jened in Simmon's shop; two clevises made for a leveler in Simmon's shop; brace iron for a buggy-shaft given the proper form in the same shop; 1 knife blade made from a file; 84 hammer handles made. Three Farm wood work: One farm gate and 2 land levelers; one grain box; one long ladder.. Furnituro repaireu; Cftiu» c:vs et door re-inforced with lron;<-#eck er made for rocking chair; leg made for aide chair. Miscellaneons articles made. Iron ng board; drafting board. Smlth-Hughco Work. Fields of wheat often become mlx d because of the presence of varié tés other than* the main one. Such \ crop has several disadvantages. The following are examples: Romo heads mature earlier than ithers and shell out. Tho grade of wheat is lowered anct .heretore commands a smaller price m tho market. Tho yield is lowered since somo arletlea yield more than others. To make r real problem out of this the students went Into a nearby .'leid to see If the crop had planta iresent which were not of the main variety. The main variety was Mar quis, and to their surprise they found a great deal of Turkey Red and Club. They also observed that some Mar iuis plants had larger heads than >thers of the same variety. Samples if these plants were taken to the aboratory and estimations of rela ive yield per acre were made. By ssumlng that an acre of wheat such as that of the best Marquis plant would yield per acre, It was found that the others wonld yield approxi mately as follows: Poorest Marquis y - —12.2 bu. —16.6 bu. .26.7 bu The relatlvfe value in dollars per acre would have been as follows: Best Marquis_ Poorest Marquis Turkey Red _ Club ...813.42 —812.10 -•819.09 -828.65 Such experiments Bhow the need for seed selection In this locality. The students were shown how to so llet proper seed. —Class Reporter. Gruesome Paving. Tombstones have been employed In Nottinghamshire. Derbyshire, Lincoln shire and Lancashire. England, for purposes of paving, and some years ago the inhabitants of the Vale of Bet voir raised a vehement protest against euch stones being used as a pathway leading to the parish church. The lo cal authorities, hdwever. sought to Jus tify the measure on (he ground that there were plenty of old gravestones on band which, tf used, might result In a saving of taxes. A notant Remedy for Toothache. The most popular remedy for tooth ache In ancient Egypt seems to have a mixture of crushed henbane seeds with cement used as a fill ing. Coarse plumbago, palm fruit and honey was recommended for tighten ing the teeth and various forms of plaster were used. The cause of de cay In those days was generally at tributed. especially by the Chinese, to a little white worm which ate Its way Into the teeth abd gums, sad many and various are the ancient recipes for destroying this worm. Marins Glus. Marlas glus Is prepared by dlssolv part of India rubber In crude benzine and mixing with two parts of shellac, by the aid of beat Tbs wa terproof character of this cement In connection with Its elastic flexibility makes it a useful substance In many applications to bouse construction and to furniture. This glue Is spptted with ease when warm, and cools with promptness. It was originally intend ed to be used cbieSy on board ship sad la wall known la m 'Wi I mm * 0 ♦ Mf/, : -i W. BETTY BAXTER As Alan-a-Dale in "tRobln Hood' ROBIN HOOP COMING "Robin Hood' recently played at Denver .and the editor of the ex cellent Journal, "The Denver Poet" was so pleased to note the possibil ity of an expensive production of real opera coming to the City Audi torium that he wrote thus: - "How can they do It y That Is the Tuestion that was asked by many, and was uppermost In the minds of ithers at the Auditorium. The opera was mounted lavishly, the costumes being fresh and expensive, the scen ery evidently produced by masters of the craft, a first-class singing chorus—s better one has rarely been Why Blacksmith Shop Is Dark. A blacksmith keeps his shop dark because his work with Iron demands that be should see the "heat" colors of the metals. This would be difficult In s well-lighted place.—Brooklyn Ragle. Sale Prices These prices arc intended to giv* tho public winter merchandise regardless of profit or cost. Everything must go at reduced prices to make room for our inooming spring merchandise. These are only a few of the bargains to bo found here. We were the last to up up in prices and the first to come down in prioes. LADIES' SHOES Goodyear Welt, first quality leather $2,39 OUTING FLANNEL Men's MACKINAW VESTS 23c $3.50. or 6 yards for $1.00 HOUSE DRESSES Made of good quality Percales and Ginghams Sizes 36 to 44 Men's Heavy WORK SHOES LADIES' SHOES Fine drew shoe« in lat est stylee. War price up to $13.00. Now only $2.49 $1.49 $ 6.00 Men'« JERSEY SWEATERS Ladies' Silk PHOENIX HOSE War price $3.10 Ladies' Phoenix SILK VESTS Value* to $5.50 $3.90 $3.00 Now only $1.95 MUSLIN Bleached of good qual ity. The yard Men's CORSETS One lot to close out At only $3.00 Value* to $4.00 of de at to Its 15c $2.98 Other* at $1.00 A $2.00 Ladie«' Flannel NIGHTWEAR Value* to $2.98 Now only Boy*' OVERALLS All size* SILK PETTICOATS Made of good quality Batin 75c $1.98 $5.49 The Three A Rules Stores of In Oa* Prie* Small Profits Gash T. Idaho. T Montpelier. Look! Read! Everybody! An Old Time DANCE At the Montpelier'Pavilion Wednesday, January 19th Dances hat everyone can dance—For both young and old AT.T. ARK welcome Read the program and come and have the time of your life. You married meu take your wife out and show* her a time, and you single men bring your sweethearts, to AN OLD FASHIONED HOE-DOWN. 1. One Step _ 2. Two Step I. Walta _ 4. Polka_ 8. Newport_ I. Plain Quadrille 7. Walta__ 8. Two Step_ #. Pox Trot _ 1ft. Bchotttache _ 11. Varsovlenne_ 12. Walu __ 18. One Step - 14. Plein Quadrille 16. Two Step __ 16. Vlrgina Reel 17. Polka__ 18. Walts __ 1». Two 8tep_ 8ft, One Step Besides the numbers on the program there will be four extras, your own choice. Admission: $1.00, including tax heard hare-- excellant soloists sad orchestra. The fact is, they put on the pretty, tuneful opera In flrst claas style entirely satisfactory in every way. And every hearer welcom ed that chorus, which did not merely at of WANTED-RAW FURS 8XUHK, mux and MUSKRAT We will pay the highest market prices. Send your skins in, we will hold them separate until you receive cheek and if not satisfactory we will return same and pay trans portation charges both ways. Thé Parisian Furrier« Pocatello, Idaho encumber the stage, hut sang with vim, as if the members were attain mo rod of their work, end preferred singing to anything tad everything elee under the eun." Will be at the Oem Theatre aoon.