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Come in and
r and lay
You worft hard ior your money
ftank rfj it wili then work fo r yeas
A«k any wealthy maw how he got his start and he
will tell yon it began with a small bank account ; that he
built his fortune by working hard and banking every
cent he could 'rake and scrape.
You can do the same! Why not begin now, today?
That money you have in your pocket will start you. Come
in and start
Bank of dbontpelier.
The Montpelier Examiner
Published Every Thursday
H. M. NELSON, Editor and Manager
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On« T«r la itraaei.
ThrM Month* la AAram.
■ntarvd at Um pMofflo* at Mont»aMar,
To RELIEVE something and
SAT what you believe ,to see
dit»8* clearly and describe them
■Imply, to know what the people
think and write about their
thinking , to remember that your
constant loyalty belongs to tfae
poorest man that reads your
newspaper—that is all there Is
to newspaper suc ce ss.—Arthur
There is no occasion for pessimism
in Montpelier, and thanks to provi
dence, there is little of it heard. It
Is true conditions have been better—
but not in years following great
wars. Local business men who are
conservative in their estimates, be
lieve that fall of the present year
will see the definite turning point to
better times, the country over, and
already a marked difference over
the past few months is noticeable.
Standing around with long faces
drawn will never bring prosperity.
Optimism on the part of exeryone
will have a far-reaching effect on the
situation. Let ub be optimistic.
Montpelier's culinary water supply
is a problem that «as ween given
more thought in recent years than
any other one thing. It is a ques
tlon that has been given but little
attention for the reason that It is
one that will be hard to solve. How
ever officials never lose sight of this
city's need of a better water supply,
Now-a days the up-to-date housewife doesn't
have^to go through the worry and drudgery of
BaMng days. She buys her Bakery Goods here—
where only the best BREAD, PIES, ROLS and
CAKES are made. All having that Homey
taste, Quick service and PURE FOOD at Small
is equipped to care for the immediate wants of the public
THE HOME BAKERY
OTTO FXTEREIT, Mgr.
many theories for the betterment
of the service, and without doubt will
find a solution sooner or later.
An adequate supply of pure water
is an asset that is now incalculable
value to a municipality. The moun
tains to the east of us teem with
springs, but these are so scattered
that to harnass them and divert their
waters to a storage reservior would
entail a prohibitive expenditure.
However, the officials are quitely
ivestigating any worthy projects,
and sooner or later a solution to the
water problem will be worked ont.
The city of Nampa proposes to
keep abreast of the times. It intends
to move ahead. Public Improve
ments will receive attention. There
is to be no stagnation. The new
year is faced with confidence. Hence
the act of the council in passing, un
der suspension of the rules, notice
that It proposes to create a paving
district and spend $145,000 in hard
surfacing its roads. Time is given to
hear all protests and to permit a dis
cussion of the improvements before
final action is taken on an ordinance
The expense of the paving will be
divided between the city and the
property owners. Both will be di
rectly benefited. The Improvement
district will add to the hard surface
roads area of Nampa, which Is now
large. The work will furnish em
ployment to idle men and the pro
portionate cost will not be as heavy
on the property owners this year as
it would have been had the improve
ment been made during the period of
high prices several years ago. Nam
pa apparently is determined to keep
abreast of her sister cities and does
not Intend to stand still.—Capital
A Broad Minded
No city in the United States typl
fies the industrial idea as does Los
merce in the world, it is backing its
industrial program to the limit,
it may have the finest climate, the
With the largest Chamber of Com
Los Angeles realizes that, while
haw homes sad tue greatest araw
u>g cards tor tourists still, its perms
meat sad lasting prosperity comes
from substantial operating ma us tries
which mean steady employment tor
that great middle class ot people
wnlcn are the baek-oone ot any sub
Los Angeles, In building tor tne
future considers all of Southern Cal
ifornia ln lu program. It realizes
that IU growth will be In proportion
to the expansion and development
of Industries and tanning in sur
As a result IU Chamber ot Com
merce is spreading the industrial
idea tar and wide and working not
only tor the upbuilding ot it own lo
cal industries, but tor the upbuilding
ot industries in any part ot Southern
This is community development on
a large scale. It represenu the
greatest effort that has ever been
put forth by a commercial organiza
tion for general industrial develop
ment as the forerunner of community
Without question the weather re
ceives more attention in general ev
ery-day conversation than any other
one subject. We will all admit that
we are experiencing an nnprecedent- '
ed winter. At least old timers In |
this county say that the present win
ter has been the severest in twenty
six years. Others tell us that late
springs have always proven that the
growing season following have been
the most profitable to the farmers.
So in view of this situation, we have
really nothing to worry about on ac
count of the weather and the extreme
cold. Summer will be here by and
by, and we are sure it will be the
most enjoyed summer that we have
ever seen. Watchful waiting is in
order—let us all fall in line.
NOTICE TO OUR BULK PATRONS
Information has reached us from
various parties during the past few
weeks that certain individuals in
Montpelier, apparently parties with
a selfish motive, have been spreading
false propaganda regarding the qual
ity of oar milk and dairy products
and of the condition of our cows.
These parties have gone so far as
to say that our cows are tubercular
and that our products are dangerous.
To all these slanderous rumors we
1. That our cows have all been
tested for tuberculosis, and we have
certificates showing that all of our
cows are in first class condition and
absolutely free from tuberculosis and
disease of every character.
2. State pure food officials have
pronounced the products of our dairy
to be as good as any to be had any
where in the state.
3. Our cows are kept under as
sanitary conditions as it is possible
4. We use milking machines en
tirely, and these insure absolute san
itary means of handling our milk.
In conclucion let ns state that we
serve the best families in Montpelier,
besides most of the public institu
tions, and no uBer of our milk has
ever had occasion to register a com
We are proud of the businees we
have developed in Montpelier and
will at all times endeavor to merit
the generous support given us and as
sure our customers that our dairy is
open to public inspection at all
What more could be expect
W. H. ENFIELD DAIRY.
Notice is hereby given that I have
In my possession the following des
cribed estray animals, which if not
COME JOIN the CROWD
THE MARINES ARE
Word has Just been received from
the Marine Corps Recruiting Station
at Pocatello that they are again op
for enlistments, both first en
11st men ta and re-enlistments from
the Army, Navy and Morlne Corps
They are offering opportunities for
education, or for learning a trade
j man who wanU to take
of it, they have about
to any young
eighty five trades to choose from, so
anyone should be able to select Just
what they want. To be eligible for
enlistment, a man must be u citizen
of the United States, not less than
five feet five Inches tall and in good
physical condition If you are in
terested call or write the Marine
Corps Recruiting Station, Federal
Bldg... Pocatello, Idaho.
Marine Corps is also giving
ex-marines, it is a
out a book to
short history ot the Marine Corps in
the World War, it contains all the
of where each company or de
tachment was during the war, an
the duties performed by each. Ev
Marines should call or write Imme
diately And get their copy, as the
supply la Tory limited and they are
LAND OWNERS form
Land owners in Idmon Valley Clark
county, near Spencer, are forming a
rather unique organization to pro
mote the development of dairying.
The farmers concerned agree to sell
their surplus lands, keeping at least
80 acres and placing 10 or more
dairy cows thereon. The land Is di
vided into 80-tracts purchasers being
required to have $3,000 cash or $2 -
000 and 10 cows. A cash payment
of $1,000 on the land Is required,
$1 000 is allotted for buildings, and
third thousand is for the pur
chase of dairy cows,
each 80 acre tract must have, or pro
cure 10 or more cows.
cent of the purchase price
land shall be set aside for the
of the _
establishment of a creamery,
creamery will be divided between the
purchaser and the seller, each receiv
ing 3 per cent, and the creamery will
organized whenever the 6 per
set aside will be adequate
The farmers are organizing under
of the Idmon Dairy and
Ranch association, and are legally
binding themselves to carry out the
dairying project whenever 2,000 or
of land in the valley shall
be signed up for sale.
The land Is described as being fer
tile, is practically all in cultivation,
at this time, has good water rights,
and produces abundantly of alfalfa,
clover, timothy and other grasses,
also wheat, oats, barley, vegetables,
and various kinds of forage crops
and desirable for making
There will be at least 26 80-acre
tract for sale on the terms stated
The valley will care for 2,000 or
claimed and taken away will be sold
to the highest bidder for cash at the
E L. Laahbrook ranch in the Geneva
Precinct, Bear Lake County, Idaho,
on Saturday, the 8th day of April,
1922 at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
Description of Animals
One brown mare; star in forehead
branded on left thigh, resembling
"L" between 4 and 6 years old.
One sorrel gelding colt, between 3
and 4 years old; brand resembling
"I. N.," white star in forehead, one
white hind foot.
Said e8trays were taken up by me
on the 22nd day of January, 1922.
REAL BARGAINS ON
COLUMBIA 85 cent RECORDS
ALL OTHER RECORDS—2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1
Now is the time to stock up as we will sell re
cords at these prices for a limited time only.
COME IN WHILE THERE IS A GOOD
SELECTION TO PICE FROM
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to convey our sincere
and heartfelt thanks to our many
friends and kind neighbors for the
many acte of assistance and for the
sympathy expressed, and all others
who assisted us during the illness
and after the death of our beloved
THE SMITH FAMILY.
CARD OF THANKS
To our many friends and neighbors
we feel Indebted for the kind ser
vice and consideration extended to
us during the illness and after the
death of our beloved husband and
father. For these many kind deeds
IS BETTER AND COSTS LESS BECAUSE—
IT IS MILLED FROM THE CHOICEST
HOME GROWN WHEAT
NO FREIGHT WASTR
You can save many dollars throughout the year
by insisting on having it when ordering.
Milled from Wheat grown at home.
Milled at home for home people.
EVERY SACK GUARANTEED
Montpelier Milling Co.
THOSE WONDERFUL CALIFORNIA
HERBS CURED HER AND
THE NEIGHBORS OF
Minburn Iowa, May 6th, 1920.
Rheumatism Herb Co., Ocean Park,
Gentlemen:—My Mother is suffer
ing dreadfully with rheumatism.
We have tried doctors, all sorts of
patent medicines and liniments, but
no relief, and my sister-in-law (Mrs.
W. F. An tie, of Norwalk, Iowa)
wrote me and told me to get a pound
of your herbs, for she knew it would
TO THE FARMERS OF BEAR LAKE COUNTY AND
The Globe Grain & Milling Company have taken over
the elevator plant of the Moles Milling & Elevator com
pany in Montpelier, effective December 20, and is in the
market for all kinH« of grain, paying the highest market
prices possible upon delivery.
GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING
We era handle you* frosted and off grade wheat.
Globe Grain & Milling Co.
(At the Miles Elevator.)
we feel grateful, and use this means
of expressing our thanks.
MRS. E. M. LINDSAY,
VOLCANO AGAIN ACTIVE
Mount Vesuvius again is in erup
tion. The phenomenon began with
two mild shocks of earthquakes,
which were followed by the collapse
of the eruptive cone, 200 feet high,
which stood inside the crator.
fall of the cone was accompanied by
tumblings and explosions and the
throwing out of ashes and incandes
cent stones. Liquid lava poured out
from the crater in streams.
do wonders for my mother.
SAID IT CURED HER AND SEVER
AL OF HER NEIGHBORS, Please
send it as quickly as possible. Please
Respectfully, Mrs. E. M. Jones.
Send for free Booklet of letters
from people all over the U. S. Testi
fying to the wonderful results of
agents are building up a good busi
ness selling them. Agents wanted
everywhere. Price $1 per pound
RHEUMATISM HERB COMPANY
Ocean Park, California.