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vöüRBMK c T/anfin ZJ w ' plowing tfieground FUTURE FORTUNE # ts The seed of your fortune is the money you make to day. If you plant it wisely in our bank, let it stay there, and add to it regularly, your future is assured. That money you work for now, if put into our bank will some day work for you. It will keep your family from poverty and misery.. Come into our bank and open an account today. Bank of /Ihontpeiier. The Montpelier Examiner PUBLISHED KVKBÏ FB1DAV H. H. NELSON RATES OF SCBSCBOTIONi One Tear In Advance . 81« Month* In Advance_ Three Months In Advance . . IIU fl.ll .Tt ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Entered at the postofftce at Montpelier, Idaho, as second class mall matter. POCATELLO Wo have got to hand it to Poca tello for having about the livest bunch of boosters in the intermoun tain section. It doesn't matter what the occasion is, nor what it is for. If the business men of Pocatello who by the way, are all members of the Pocatello Chamber of Commerce, in vite an organization to Pocatello to hold their convention, they Btand as a unit in backing up the invitation in a most substantial manner. The Po catello boosters do not consider the cost. It is simply a matter of show ing the viitors the best time possible, and they havo been very successful. The conference of Idaho editors held in the Gate City Saturday was a sample of the kind of hospitality ex tended to delegates and visitors up on such occasions. Pocatello was right there in true fashion, and as usual nothing was too good for the boys of the newspaper fraternity. For our part we wish to take this means • of showing our appreciation to Poca tello, and we believe we speak the sentiments of every Idaho publish er and guest who attended the gath w ering on Saturday. ( "COMING BACK" There is much increased interest in mining operations, particularly in the production of çold, and financial assistance is again obtainable to an enlarged extent compared with tho almost complete lack of financial Suggestions, Ideas, Materials For Any Type Building s This company with its new, econo mical and distinctive building ser vice, is prepared to give every indi vidual the privilege of selecting a home that will accommodate his S E every need and at a cost surprising ly low. Montpelier Coal ÔC Lumber Co. a Quality Service Courtesy Exclusive Representative of the National Builders' PHONE 7 Im Sureau backing for mining a few months ago Men seem ready and willing to go back to work at wages modified to fit new conditions, and this attitude is being reflected in increased employ ment. It seems very probable that the threatened oil workers strike in Cal ifornia will be amicably settled with out interruption of work in the fields, and plants of the various companies on the basis of a. reduction of 11 a day in wages, as negotiated by the Shell company with its field •em ployes. The general tendency of food prices is downward, with a marked stabili zation towards a normal basis of many living necessities. YOOST VON YOLLY NIGHT En yuse vill say ven yuse see Ole The Swede at the Gem Theatre Tues day, September 20.. # Ole he kum from Meen-o-so-ta. He bane en old feile of mine en ay skell see heem sure ven he kum. .Ay vant all yuse guys to bo dero too, en see his show konsisten uv fun en amusement en everything, yoost lake only a Swede kan do. Ole he hav a good yob—he geet too dolla en saxty-five cents a day en eat heemself. Ole be bane offel hard on ribs, so kum with sum shook absorbers for by yimity yuse vill need dem. That Yim Hill bane a funny feller, H« call Ole a Norwagian but Ole fool heem for he bane a Swede all tha time. Cost per kupple is easy. Children not so much. Ay tell yuse, Ole bane n ylm-dandy— en yumpin ylminy how he kan mak yuse laff. Not a motion picture. Prices 65 85 cents and $1.10 tax included. Curtain promptly at 8:15. <1 If you think your dearest enemy is lacking in good qualities just ask him to tell you about them. He can. The collapse of that dirigible in England created quite a sensation. We forgot to forget and sensated for an entire day. THK MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS DAY As one of tbe summer activities of tbe M. I. A., tbe Mother and I>aughters day was beld in the fol lowing wards of tbe Montpelier stake: The following program was car ried out in each ward: Songs and readings in honor of mothers. Girls talk—"The kind of a mother I should like to have." Mothers taik—"The kind of a (laughter I should like to have." Mothers talk—"When I was a girl. Montpelier 3rd ward—Given at the home of Mrs. R. L. Robison.. Program and games. Refreshments were served to about 40 mothers and daughters. Dingle—The Mothers and daught ers met in the grove at Dingle where the program was given and various games played. Lunch was served. Wardboro—Met at the ward hall where the program and games were ■enjoyed. Lunch was served. Bern—held on the lawn of A. A. Kunz. Games were played, program given and lunch served. About 40 were present. Bennington—Given on the lawn of tho meeting house. Program car ried out, games were played, and luncheon served to almost every mother and daughter in Bennington. Raymond—Old fashioned dance, games and program, after which luncheon was served. Geneva—Program games andunch Geneva—Program was given and games were played. Luncheon serv ed to 35 mothers and daughters at tho Geneva ward hall. Nounan—At 10:30 eight automo biles loaded, carrying 62 mothers and daughters drove to Hot Springs resort. Dinner was served and pro gram rendered, after which bathing was enjoyed. Ice cream and canta loupe were served. All expressed themselves as having had the very best time. Georgetown—Held in Meeting house grove. The program was giv en, followed by games. Lunch was served to about fifty. CHARTER NO. 1. REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the Bank of Montpelier at Montpelier, In the State of Idaho at the Close ol Busies* September 6th, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts _ Overdrafts _ Stocks, Bonds and War rants —.. Banking house, furniture and fixtures Cash on hand_ Due from banks_ Checks and drafts on other banks _ Other Assets_... $440.306.78 380.87, 33,672.31 24,600.00 16,258.46 53,078.18 1,171.60 1,864.39 TOTAL $670,722.69 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in _ Surplus Undivided profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid Reserved for deprecia tion — Individual deposits sub ject to check -- Savings Deposits _ Demand certificates o f deposit _ Time certificates of de posit — Due to other banks (de posits) _ 40.000. 00 10 . 000 . 00 1,301.29 2,166.30 164,205.62 44,463.87 950.83 204,891.28 1,169.55 Total deposits Bills payable, including obligations represent ing money borrowed ... 60,000.00 33,123.85 8,450.00 . 415,681.15 Rediscounts _ Bonds Borrowed _ TOTAL $570,722.69 STATE OF IDAHO, County of Bear Lake, ss, I, Richard Groo, cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. RICHARD GROO, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September, 1921. I certify that I am NOT an Offi cer of or Direct s of this Bank. H. SMITH, Notary Public. V Correct Attest: FRED D. GRAY, Directors, G. C. GRAY, EVERYBODY Dance at the PAVILION Wednesday Night Sept 21 SPECIAL MUSIC Tickets 75c ill Gem Theatre, Tuesday, Sept. 20th Yoost Von Yolly Night The Funny Swede Play 4 mr. \\ ■4-,_ Wm t Price » 25, 55, 85c and $1.10 Tax Included OLE THE SWEDE Specialties Between Acts Not a Motion Picture Curtain Rises at 8:15. Tickets Now on sale at Staley's s Local News SJee our big ad on page 3. Rules Store^: Grab _bag.Jor_. Miss Viola Collett of Georgetown, well known in Montpelier, has re turned from an extended visit in Log anhand, oth er Utah points. Tan lac has the largest sale of any medicine in tho world. Over twenty million bottles have been sold in six years. No other medicine has ever approached it as a seller. Modern Drug Co. adv. It Mrs. Maggie Phelps will spend the winter in Ogden visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. William C. Par ker, formerly of this city. W. B. Jacobs of the Pocatello branch of Jelllson Bros. Monument dealers of Boise, was in town Wed nesday, in the interests of his firm. Threo The House of Quality Dignified Credits HENRICKS-RICE FURNITURE CO. Ltd. ANNOUNCEMENT: We are now showing the fol lowing lines which have just been added to our stock. Each is the peer of its line: Gregory's Period Dining Room furniture, with those wonderful Val spar finished tops. James Hopkins imported lines of table runners, screens and grass and reed furniture. American Woolen Co. line of real wool blankets. Eagle Wood Turning Co.'s floor lamps at one-half their former price. Pullman Living Room Suits, with bed davenport, in all grades of tapes try, velour and leather. A new complete line of rugs and draperies. Our old lines that can't be beat— Senora phonographs and Majestic Ranges. These goods cost you no more than inferior lines. We invite the public to visit our store any time—whether in the market for goods or not. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Slater de parted early in the week for Granger Little F olKs JSlrtbôaç Invitations with Envelopes At Examiner Office where they will reside. WE ARE READY to do outside Painting, Paper-hanging, Paper Cleaning, Calsomining. Call us be fore you let your job out to anyone. Wo stand behind all of our work. Second hand furniture taken as part pay. R. M. Gortcinsky one door east Gem. State Lumber Co., Phone 349. Jy-15-tf. New crop Honey for sale. Local or carload. Send orders to N. E. Miller & Sons, Blackfoot and Preston, Ida., s9-tf We have just received a new ship ment of elegant Fall Suits and Coats in the very newest fall styles. Sam L. Lewis. The Fair Store. If it is in the fruit jar line, have it. Frank Jones and Sons, tf See S. N. Kunz for your Insurance •while you can pass an examination. The yearly cost per $1000.00 insur ance, age 16 to 21, $11.66; age 30 $14.43; age 40 $19.66; $29.41. Some men are said never to know when they are whipped. But per haps they are too good at running to get into a scrap. F. M. Williams and company carry the famous Pathe line of phonog raphs. Come in and hear the Actu elle, the very latest creation in the talking machine line. Also complete line of records. Logan and Provo, Utah. tf we age 50 117-tf tf Merchant Sam L. Lewis of the Fair Storo returned Tuesday from New York and Chicago where he went about a month ago to buy fall and winter merchandise. For the latest iecipeg of good things to eat, watch the ad. of W. .. Crockett Mercantile company each week in the Examiner. tf Every Saturday night a big dance at the beautiful Gem Hall over the Come have a J. theatre. Fine music, good time. Mrs. Dave Davis returned the fore part of the week from a week's vis it with her daughter in Pocatello. PUBLIC LIBRARY—O pen each Wednesday and Saturday afternoon, Mrs. O. H. Groo in charge. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pearce spending tho week In Brigham City* visiting their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Farnsworth. $1.60 worth of merchandise for 50c in our Grab Bag sale. Three Rules Store. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Graham "added upon" Tuesday by the safe arrival of a fine baby girt ft tf-o are it were The fellow who takes advantage of the elements of plowing in the Fall is the fellow who reaps the Big Crop. The Spring weather is usually so un favorable for plowing that now is the right time. Our line of I. H. C. suc cess plows is complete. Let us show you the several advantagous features of this line of plows. Bros. The home of the I. H. C. Plow Line. Where Service and Quality s2-30 -Thiel & Olsen Count. Willard Batteries. Win They win on reputation—when you think of batteries you naturall> think first of Willard. They win on quality. The most important battery improvements, including Threaded Rubber Insulation, originated with Willard. They win in dollars-and-cents sav ing. No outlay for replacement oi insulation if you buy the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery because Threaded Rubber Insulation outlasts tho battery plates. The Willard Threaded Rubber Bat tery is standard on 172 makes cars —used for export on 2 others. Ask us about it. We're headquarters for Willard Batteries and Willard Ser vice. Willard Batteries Idaho Electric Co. MONTPELIER, IDAHO.