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TAI..K If you know the _ value of a Bank Account, teach your children A A bank account acquaintance is a fine thing for a boy, even as a boy, and especially when he is at the point where he begins to know the vaue of money and is anxious to earn. Young people who are taught to save become a credit to a community because it makes them ambitious. Young people will take pride in looking on this institution as tlieir bank, and they have the privilege of coming and going just as much as they wish. Interest paid on savings. f FIRST NATIONAL BANK MEMBER^I FEDERAL RESERVE IkvSYSTEM^ OF MONTPELIER, IDAHO Want Column LOST—Between city and '''the Hot Springs Tuesday, a Beaver collar ette. Please return to this office. WANTED TO BUY—Good second hand light harness. A. J. Layland, Raymond, Idaho. a8-31-p FOR SALE—Almost new Electric U. S. Cream Separator. Desirable terms. Phone 323. al-tf RANCH FOR SALE.—Two hundred acres of meadow land, abstract title, decreed water right and well fenced. For prices and terms, call on E. J. Phelps, phone 46J-11 al FOR SALE — First class market Seed wheat. D. J. Kunz, Phone 176-J-3. a22-m6 STRAWBERRY PLANTS Progres sive Everbearing; lots of 100, lc each. Morris Tippetts, City. m20-p FOUND—A bunch of keys between Montpelier and Bennington. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for advertising. FOR SALE—My residence on Third street, including two city lots em bracing 2& acres; also farm of 80 acres south of race track. W. W. Clark, Georgetown, or Wm. Clark, Montpelier. o. al-tf FOR SALE—M. Mouritsen of Ben lngton still has plenty of choice Ever-Bearing strawberry plants at $2.25 a hundred; also haa plenty Gooseberry, Red and Black Eng lsh Currant roots at 15c per root. Hurry your orders. a22-m6 FOR SALE —Registered thorough bred Holstein bull, straight and vigorous son of Ragapple Cardon dike. For terms call on or see A. J. Ashley, Phone 298-R, Montpe m6-tf lier.. WANTED TO RENT—About 20 head of good Milch cows on shares for the summer. 640 acres of good pasture on Crow Creek, 3 miles south of Alleman's ranch. Inter ested parties write me at Grover, Wyo. Wilford Pead. a22-ml3 FOR SALE—Two New Home Elec tric Sewing Machines. Will sell at cost for cash. Idaho Electric Co. * WANTED—Salesman for Montpelier and vicinity, tract only, for spare time or full time. We will teach you to (-ell income protection through our free school of instruction and help you build a business of your own. Massachusetts Bonding and Insur ance Company) Accident and Health Dept., 8aginaw, Michigan. Capital $1,500,006. Commission con I m6-13 WANTED—Capable and reliable man to sell our well known line of groceries to family trade In Montpelier, Paris and surrounding territory. Good proposition to right party. Must have means of delivery. Address Grand Union Tea Oomp&ny, Pocsjtetlo, Idaho. a-29-2 t PIANO AT SACRIFICE PRICE. Wq have a strictly High grade piano in storage in Montpelier. No reasonable offer refused for quick disposal. Easy terms if responsible. Write at once if interested to The Dener Music Company, Denver, Colo rado. n m6-JnlO Hew to Petrify Weed. Take gem salt, rock alum, white vinegar, chalk and peeblès powder, of each an equal quantity. Mix well to gether. If, after the ebullition Is over, you throw Into this liquid any wood or substance It will turn Übe sub Into stone In four or five days. D 0 TOI 1 Ä mmc* * TO THE TRADE Reduction in prices by agricultur al and steel manufacturers was an ticipated by us early in January last. At that time wo adjusted prices on our entire line. We are again mak ing an adjustment in line with the reduction reiently announced. This last adjustment brings tho prices on our entire stock in lino on a basis of the latest raw mate rial and transportation costs. Quality of goods service and tho advantage of quick delivery on com plete goods and extra parts consid ered, warrant us in asking for a con tinuation of your very much appre ciated business. CONSOLIDATED WAGON AND MACHINE COMPANY G. W. WRIGHT, Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. m6-13 NOVEL SUITS FOR SPRING >*äjs Many of the style features that dis tinguish this season's salts are attrac tively combined in the trim model, with its~Htralght-llne silhouette, that invites study here. Beginning with this uprightness of line It adds the flaring sleeve, the odd management of pockets, simplicity and cleverness In its decoration to appeal to the woman who likes smart suits that follow new styles in a conservative way. The very simplest of embroidery Is used on it bat it is unusually effective—es pecially where it defines the arm's eye. LOWER CLASSIFIED RATE. Effective at once the classi fied rate in The Examiner will be one cent a word for each in sertion instead at ten cents a line as heretofore. This rate applies only to this column, and every advertisement most be PAID IN ADVANCE and bear the name and ndeb-ees or teie phone number of the advertiser. In sending in classified ads. count the word*, including isd tlsln and numbers, and remit at the rate of one cent for each word, initial or number, and multiply ...the ...amount . by . the number of issues yon wish the twe!w hundred homes, and of fords the of penciling the p e o p le. HI OBSERVED 12TH Yesterday Dr. G. P. Ashley receiv ed the following communication from Dr. L. P. McCalla of Boise rel ative to National Hospital Day: . "A national organization has been perfected, to be known as National Hospital Day Committee, and I have been appointed state chairman for Idaho, and I am hereby appointing you to act as a member of the state committee, and to be chairman of your committeo in your town. Na tional hospital day has been set for May 12th. This is the birthday of Florence Nightingale whom, as you know, is given tho credit for nurs ing on a scentific, trained standard. All other states in the union, and most of the provinces in Canada, are taking part in this National Hospi tal Day, the object of which la to bring tho hospitals and the publio closer together. * * • Please ask your mayor to write his endorsement of ths move ment, and public health service offi cers who are in official positions. The hospitals aro advised to have open house for visitors on this day. Our governor has written a let ter strongly indorsing this Hospital Day movement, and governors of all other states in the union have also endorsed it, and a splendid endorse ment has been received from Presi dent Harding and many other prom inent and influential men and wo men throughout the country. SOCIETY. The Thimble Club met at the home of Mrs. Richard Groo, Wed nesday afternoon, the time was spent in sewing, a dainty luncheon was served. Those present were: Mes dames Gee, McGuire, Gaskins, Gehy mer, Jewett, Anderson, Burton, Per kins, Downing and Groo. TheBattery Question Is Have you a Willard Threaded Rubber Battery in your car? Then your battery judgment Is backed by the best brains in the automobile business. Car builders who are particu lar about battery quality spe cify the Willard Threaded Rub ber Battery. Car buyers who are particular about battery per formance look for the red Thread-Rubber Trade-Mark. Ask about Willard Threaded Rubber Insulation. New bate terics— repairs —recharging. Idaho Electric Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO. Willard I [The New Coats! ■ ■ It seems that every possible advantageous feature to make a girl's coat perfect had been thought of by the designs of the new coats for Hpring and Sommer. S ■ ■ ■ S The alluring girlish frocks of Polo cloth, Scotch, Tweeds and youthful mixture materials which de fy the elements and please both mother and -daughter are found at ■ ■ m ■ ■ Brennan 8C Davis ■ ■ ■ Home ci Quality Merchandise it tt ■ Kss v *. "SWEETHEART (SHOP" PROVES DELIGHTFUL, SAYS TRIBUNE Like a cool, sweet tvfrodilng breath of air, "The Sweetheart Shop" arrived In the city last night and presented its wart>s at the Sait lake theatre. The production is a bit of clean, clever musical comedy, will be repeaed here tonight and to morrow night with a matinee tomor row, says Tuesday's Salt Lake Tri bune. it The ancient descriptive word is really the only fitting "charm way to describe the appeal w hich the *S\v«s't heart Shop" makes. This type of charm is that which tlie sweet, innocent girl wields over her youth ful lover, of the charm which the richly tinted, sweetly scented field of flowers has for the deniaen of a crowded city.—It brings hack or sug gests hU the delights of a normal, clean life. Tits company will entertain the theatre-goers of Montpelier at the Gem theatre tonight (Thursday.) MAURICE TOURNEUR FEATURE 1H HIM.El) "The Great Redeemer" With All Star Cast To lie hern at tho Gem Theatre Saturday One of the biggest screen produc tions of the year will be soen at the Gem Theatre when Maurice Tour neur's super special, "The Great Re deemer," will be the feature of the bill, next Saturday, May 7th. "The Great Redeemer." it is announced, is a tremendous drama of absorbing human interest. According to the expectations of its producers, it is destined to be hailed as one of the really impressive photodramas of the year. Advance reports on "Tho Great Redeemer" dwell with special force upon the unusual beauty of tho pro duction from a pictorial standpoint, as well as on its intensely dramatic theme and the tremendously moral message it carries to all who view it. Dan Malloy, as the story goes, has eluded a posses that pursues him af ter he has held up a train, and takes refuge in the home of a girl of the mountains. The girl, startled by his sudden, unannounced entrance into her cabin, shoots the bandit, wound ing him slightly. Later, after hear ing his story and falling under the spell of his dominating personality, sho begins to livo him. With I)an it has been a case of love at first sight, and he is soon contemplating the abandonment of his career as a bandit for a fireside and respecta bility. Temptation soon appears in the person of a former pal, who tips Dan off to the fact that the limited can bê held up with ease if Dan will es say one more fling at the old game. Dan succumbs and attempts the hold up, but is surrounded and captured after his pal has died fighting the forces of the law. Dan is sentenced to a long term in prison. It is within the grim gray walls that his heart changes and he begins the long, long struggle for regeneration. The manner of his accomplishing this reform Is told in the plot of "The Great Redeemer" with new and startling touch. For a latter-day miracle Is wrought that affecta not only the life of I)an Mal loy, but those of others in the prison and outside of it. Order your fine printing at this office. Our work satisfies. Vico Motor Oil ui a p&rrifin base oil refined by the Utah Oil Refining Oo. of Salt Lake City, and is jnst becoming recognise as one of the best oils to be had. Proper lubrication is one of the most im portant things to be considered by the Automobile and Tractor owner. WE HAVE THE PROPER GRADE POR EACH TYPE OP MOTOR. ASK US ABOUT IT GROO & TOOMER Phono 33 Montpelier, Idaho WHEN BETTER CARS ARB BUILT. BUICK WL1L BUILD THEM PARIS NOTES Paris, May 4.—At the city elec tion last Tuesday the following offi cers were elected; Mayor, H. E. Sutton, olty clerk, W. Smith Hoge, city treasurer, Russel 8heprerd, city councilman. Orson Orlmmott, Will Jensen, R. W. Wallentlne, Richard Sletght, J. W. Cook, L. E. Pugmlre, D. C. Rich and S. M. Rich. The of flco of mayor was more closely con tested than for many years, with Dr. Franklin Budge, the defeated candi date, running second. The Fielding academy presented "Let's all Get Married" to a full house here Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogérs are rejolcng over the arrival of a baby girl, which was horn to them Sun day. Miss Amy Coiling! left Monday for Logan where she will spend the summer with her sister. Mra. John Hyman has returned to Liberty after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Parker. Misa Kate Whittle haa returned to her home In Evanston after a visit here with her daughter Mrs. Stanley H. Rich. ^ The faculty of the Folding Acad Wm. Pendry Contractor and Builder All kinds of b uilding ma terial*. Steam plants, hot .... water plants and plumb ing and sheet Metal works ESTIMATES FREE y M m t To Avoid Disappoint ment I Monuments should lie or dered now too insure their being in place Memorial Day Our stock of ready cut stones is very complete. We give prompt attention to spicial orders. AH letter ing and designing is done right here in Montpelier by expert workmen. We will call on yon anywhere. Write us for .appointment f <8 J. H. BOTT & SONS CO. Wm. J. Bott, Manager. Montpelier, Idaho. * . CLOSES STORE IT SODI SPRINGS J. H. Beatty, manager of the Beat ty Clothing company, staled yester day that he had concluded to eloee the Soda Springs store, hevlng ao complished his purpose when he un dertook to operate the store at Soda. Mr. Hall, who haa been In charge at 8oda Springs, will come to Montpel ier and be associated with Mr. Beat ty here, in commenting on the change, Mr. Beatty said: "In order to reduce overhead expense and con centrate our effort and attention, thus rendering better service and courtesy to patrons, the Soda Springs branch of the Beatty Clothing Co. will be moved back to Montpelier." HUROOYNH CAFR REDECORATED Tom Karras has had a number of artists engaged in repainting and ra decoratlng the Interior of the Bur goyne Cafe during the past few daye. and the job Is nearly completed. A great Improvement In the appearance of tho popular cafe la the reeuU of the efforts of Mr. Karras to operants a clean, and neat appearing onto. Tho walls and ceiling were first given a coat or two of calaomlne of cheery tinta and decorated, and later painted with white ivory, counter and sideboard have also been Ina tailed. nmy were guests at a dinner nerved In the school dining room Wednes day evening. Mrs. Ellis Straw of Montpelier haa been in Faria during the week vlsit in g Mr. and Mrs. Harry Athny. Mrs. Earl Coasena was n Mont pelier visitor Saturday. Mra. Florence Cooh was In from Pegram last week visiting Mr and Mrs. J. W. Cook. Mra. Anlda Shepherd spent Satur day In Montpelier.