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) • X L K\ S3 9 V S i You carit work forever. A BANK ACCOUNT protects you when your income has been cut Next to health a bank account- is the best asset you can have, and every human being who earns money can have one. It protects yon. It prevents you from running in debt when your earning capacity decreases. It saves you humilia ' tion and discomfort. . j You will be surprised how fast small savings grow. Stan an account with us. Interest paid on savings. FIRST NATIONAL BANK membe»^| FEDERAL RESERVE ÉÉfabt-SYSTEM^sdÉi MONTPELIER, IDAHO FARMERS ATTENTION Will sell my 480 acre farm In Ma son Valley, Nevada in forty acre tracts with old decreed water right ample for all the land, also under first unit water storage now com- a pletecl which assures water until late ditch Prico onci fenced, in fall, each tract built to property line, hundred dollars per acre, terms One Soil suitablo for grain or al falfa, etc. Address Box 2011, Reno, ? J20-fl0 j j ! Thousand Dollars cash, balance nine yearly payments, Interest at 6 per cent. Nevada. PARIS NOTES PARIS, Jan. 24,—Of great inter est to all people of the community, has been the University of Idaho Ex- I tension school which was held hero on last Friday and Saturday. Short in practical farming and courses home-making, such as are being giv through out the state, were given in the First ward ball. Work was given by Pren Moore, George Me- 1 Murray, C. W. Hickman, Misr, Kath erino Jensen, Miss Wilhelmina Jac obsen and others. The inspirational and practical talk of Pres. A. H. Up - . ham was also greatly appreciated. Tho school was excellently supported and. a great amount of benefit gained en Two delegates of the Japanese gov eminent arrived in Paris Monday on business connected with the phos . Mr. Otto of the Paris Drug Store has been in Logan the past weeK, ! where ho attended the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Mario Borkman. | Membern of thtf stake M. I. A. boards were in Garden city last Sun day. where they conducted a district M. 1. A. convention for the Lake- 1 town, Garden City and Fish Haven wards. phate industry. ■ ■■I Linen Satisfaction Without Linen Price WHITE 36 to 44 INCHES WIDE Made to withstand the hard usage of everyday wear, and to hold its firm, linen-like finish, this superior white cloth is adaptable for any of the uses to which the more expensive linen is put. Enjoy the advantages of handsome Linno Cloth Garments at this economical cost. ¥ * Brennan ÔC Davis t> Home of Quality Merchandise &■■■■*■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■«■■ < t I * SOCIETY (Miss Virginia Brough, Editor.) Mrs. Richard Groo entertained at a card party Thursday evening o: last week In honor of her daughter Mrs. Harold Graham of Salt Lako who is visiting here in this city. Miss Virgilfi--. ''500" was played. Brough winning the high score. The guests were Mrs. Harry Meskiment, Mrs. Clifford Toomer, Mrs. Frank Herndon, Mrs. Sterling Dalrymple, Mra Rjiey Barkdull, Mrs. Ted Toom er, Mrs. Harold Toomer, Mrs. Earl j Cozzens, Mrs. Harry Severns, Miss j Virginia Brough, Miss DeEtte Dal irymple, Miss Ruth Dalrymple, Mist-. ! Merlo Barkdull and Miss Maxine McKane. i---— I Tho Emerson Junior high five de feated the Grace team in the fastest gamo played on the local floor tin.. season, last Friday afternoon. Tho In tho evening tho score was 17-21. jvisitiug team were defeated 13 to 107 by tho Fielding Academy quint, 1 Instructor and. Mrs Theras Allre* are rejoicing in the arrival last Tucs day of afine baby boy; Mother and baby are doing nicely, - . Little Ruth Welker was hostesc 0 n Friday afternoon at a birthday party at her home, Dan Price, who has been suffertng for several weeks, is still ill at his homo here. . Mrs. Thomas King, who is con fined in a Pocatello hospital, is re ported an being seriously 111. ! Geo. McCann of Fairfield was r. business visitor in town last week, | An American Legion shooting con test was held here Saturday after noon. Much lively competition waa shown in tho affair. 1 Miss Madge Stucki entertained her Bee Hive girls at her home last Wed nesday evening. ) Mrs. II. L. Nirhotaen and Mr*. J. jot K. Leewriftht entertained the I-adlea Aid of the Methodist church, Thur» day afternoon of last week at t»a • home of Mrs. Nicholson. Following business meeting luncheon was »err ed to about twenty-five ladies. • • • • at Mrs. R, H. -Ferguson entertained the Bridge club Friday afternoojj^af last Tiowning won the high score. Those present were Mrs. E. A. Brought MTS' O. H. Groo. Mrs. M. J. Davis. Mrs. A. A. Vealey, Mrs. John Downing, Mrs, R. H. Ferguson and Mrs. H. H. King. Grand Master Pren Moore of Mos cow, Idaho was present Thursday evening at the meeting of the Enter prise Lodge No. IS. The first De gree was exemplified by the Gra»4-| Master after which he spoke to the members of the lodge. At 11:30 » banquet waa served at Staley's j Olympic to tho thirty members pres ent - 1 jU-h.gr home,'" Mrs. John • • • • a Hope'Wt, Lmfge No. 20 installed their newly jt ejected officers for the coming year.Vievo an pecial meeting Tuesday evening Anna Horton. Noblo Grand; Harriet Locks, Vice-Grand; Alice Nelson, j Secretary; Mary L&uridsen, Treasure Sarah Jewett, Pa,8t Grand. After tho business meeting refreshments Di of Rebbecca ' The following officers assumed their duties for the term: f last week. ed. were * • Miss Rose Linder daughter of Mr. ( and Mrs. Fred Linder was united In marriago at Soda Springs. Monday afternoon to Eddlo Reiber manager Cold Weather Ahead! From all indications the cold spell will continue from time to time; no need to shake and shiver in the weather, however, when warm clothes are so reasonably obtained. Oregon City Mackinaws Heavy Wool Panis $4.00 to $7.00 $8.65 Pure wool pants an4 mixed goods in weights that will both surprise and. keep you. warm. Made of pure virgin wool materials Good for several seasons' wear $ 1.00 Airplano Cajws Oregon City all Wool at Fine Wool Shirts 75c They cover tho face, hoys Overcoats at at 1-4 Off $22.50 $ 1.00 Corduroy Caps with ear pads nt . From tho best makers in the land A very special number at— They're an investment next year, and the next. Wear it $165 $1.25 Scotch Capa ut Another, all wool, at— Men's Underwear * Choice Unions at— McGeorge's Sootch Blade Wool Gloves The Warmest Gloves Made $2.35 $1.50 and $1.95 50c Domestic knitted wool gloves .. Woolen Mixtures at— $2.49 Leather Vests Every'Description 35c: to $1.50 Pair Pure Wool, non shrinkable under wear, Vassav make at, per suit— Wool Sox of These garments were made to seb at p. much higher price, but in our strive to give you the best of every deal we offer them at— $4.75 85c Choice Knit Ties Others at, per suit— nt $4.00 and $6.00 $6.65 Satisfaction or Money Refunded Outing Flannel Pajamas $1.50 Men's and Young Men's Sweaters 1-4 Off Formerly priced at 2.50 and $3.00 Fanc> and plain trimmed, Univers al and Brighton Makes. Ruff Necks, Pull Overs, Coat and Vest Styles at substantial savings. Mose Lewis Dept. Store jot th* Montpelier Billiard Parlor*. They are both weil known young people of Montpelier and their man) friends are wishing them much hap piness. • • • Mr. and Mrs». E. E. Mulica enter tained Mr. and Mrs. J. ft. Leewright at dinner Sunday afternoon at their home. Rose* in a crystal basket formed the centerpiece for the table. w. a — w Mrs. A. A. Voaley entertained the Kensington club Wednesday afts »' / noon aL iiaiL home^ pfhe guests were "firs. E. A. Brough, Mrs. W, F. Stev ens Mrs. H. G. Nuckois. Mrs. G F. Ashley. Mrs. John Barrett. Mrs. W. E. Christman, Mrs. Charles Hess and Mr. R. H. Ferguson, Mrs. Joseph Burgoyno entertained day party in honor of her daughter Venus. Friday afternoon of last wees Games and refreshments were enjo^, 1 ed byj th^jimgjones. rnfoM~~pres fnl "wore Beth Hess ' Marjean a number of little friends at a birtn Bar Marie Merrill, Melba and Ja jt j ono Clark. Berntco Gordon. Gene year.Vievo Grosjean Norma Hansen, Has ^ Duun. Hazel Loveday, Rona and arian Tueller, Geraldine Swenson, arold and Sherman Burgoyne. Ir 0 bs Clark. Max Mumford and Day j ton George. Mm.—ITTtey Barkdull and Misai Merle Barkdull entertained at dinner Thursday afternoon of last week In honor of Mrs. Harold Graham pf Salt L ake The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groo, Dr. and Mrs. H. II. King Mrs. Verde Barkdull. Mm. >■■» ■■■■■■■ YOU SHOULD HA VI Confidence in Your'Druggist I It is your druggists business to kuow about the drugs ho J M'lls. If you have confide««* in us— BRING US YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS ! \nd you will got just what your proscription calls for j SICK ROOM AND NURSERY SUPPLIES—\Ve have • everything in this line. If thon* is something special you * want, we can get it for you. WE WILL SECURE YOUR CONFIDENCE— If you will become our customer REMEMBER—our Stock of DRUGS is absolutely fresh. The Burgoyne Pharmacy Prescription Druggists Phono 57 Harry Meskimen. Mrs. Karl 'Commis. Mrs. Rose Stout, and Miss Virginia Brough. Daniel Julio, son of Mrs. Ed. Julio entertained a number of little friends at r. birthday party Monday after noon of last week. The guests were Louise McElroy, Dick Severns. Mil dred Severna Ralph Sommers. Chas. Linder. Edward Bucher and Edna Griffin. Mrs. J. Smith Phelps entertained a dinner Wednesday of lust week honor of her mother. Mr*. Re beern A. Wilson and Mrs. M. 11. l'helps. who left Thursday morning for points In Utah. Those present tho dinner party were Mrs. Sarah Ashley. Mm. William Pendrjr, Mrs Sarah Phelps, Mra. David Follick, Mrs. Willylou Robina, and Mrs. Emil Grosjean.