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William Clifton returned Tuesday
from Magrath, Canada, where he was
called on account of the death of his
brother George T. Clifton, who was
killed in a mine some time ago. Lack
of space prevents a full account.
Engine 3129, in charge of Engi
neer Dan Hurl and Fireman O. W.
Johnson, left Pocatello this morning
on a "silk special." This special is
being run from Seattle to New York
City on a sixty miles per hour sche
See the beautiful pageant at the
Tabernacle Saturday night.
On account of the shortage of men
at Montpelier Engineers Ira Hayes
and W. Donahue are being used east
to Green River, Wyo., in snow plow
and passenger service.—Pocatello
Build up your system and feel fine
all the time by taking Tanlac.
Mtûdern Drcrg CoMpany: " 'IctVtt4
Herman Tueller spent Saturday
and Sunday with nnd -
friends in this citvT fleleft for Po
catellb'on NoT 17, Sunday where he
is employed in the shops.
Tho Pageant to be given Saturday
night was arranged by a famous ar
O. T. Stewart, residing near Poca
tello, was a business visitor in Mont
pelier Tuesday on his return home
from St. Charles where he had at
tended the funeral services for the
late G. A. Nelson, who was a broth
er-in-law of Mr. Stewart.
Mrs. Anna B. Tuescher of Geneva
was a visitor to Montpelier last Sat
Every Saturday night a big dance
at the beautiful Gem Hall, over the
Come and have a good
time. Fine music. Good floor, tf
Arnold Boehme and John Boehme
of Geneva were business visitors to
Montpelier last week.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the
Montpelier Pavilion by attending the
big ball in the evening.
Mrs. Fred Bartschi of Georgetown
was a busless visitor to Montpelier
Why mope around, half sick and
listless when health and strength are
yours for the asking? Take Tanlac.
Modern Drug Company.
C. J. Ray of Nampa, is spending a
few weeks in this city assisting Man
ager W. H. Mllke in the Gem State
A. L. Dewey and Brigham Lash
brook of Geneva were business visi
tors in Montpelier Wedesday.
Some of Montpelier's prettiest
girls will take part in the Pageant
Carl F. Frederick has purchased
the home of Ed. Lindsay, and will
occupy the same in the near future.
If you suffer from biliousness,
constipation, headache, nervousness,
sallow complexion, loss of appetite,
bad taste in mouth, Tanlac and Tan
lac vegetable Pills will certainly,
straighten you out. Modern Drug
One More Week of Bargains |
OUR SPRING OPENING SALE CONTINUES FOR ONE MORE WEEK, CLOSING ON SATURDAY MARCH
25. A better opportunity has never been given the peop le of Be ar Lake county to purchase the latest Spring
and Summer merchandise than we are offering in this sale. Prices are reduced on every article in the store
LOOK OVER A FEW OF THE EXTRAORDINARY OFFERINGS—TAKE ADVANTAGE AND BUY NOW!
M ATERIALS—Veldyne, Evora Cloth,
Cone Veldynne, Twills Velour, etc.
PRICES RANGING FROM—.
We have a wide selection of Spring suits in the
new 3 piece, plain tailored and the new Cape
Models. Twills, Tricotines, Tweeds and Coverts.
Tweed Suits range in price up
Tricotines and Twills, $25.00, $22.50
and as low as...
$12,50, $15.00, $18.50, $22.50
Towels, Scrims, Draperies
HUCK TO WE LS p er pair
SCRIMS—per yard from—
25c, 45c, 65c, 85c and up to $5.00
DRAPERIES—per yard from—
7o, $1.00 and up to $2.50
Our Spring Line of Skirts has just arrived.
Many pretty Sport Styles at $3.45, $4.65. $5.50
and up to ...
We have just received a big
_ line of crepes, taffettas, sport
silks in many new color combi
You will find our prices right.
Messalines, per yd. ...
Taffettas, per yd $1.98,
$2.25, $2.50 up to ...
Crepes, per yd „..$1.49 to $3.49
One lot of dresses, $18.50
values for .
One lot of dresses $25.00
values for .
One lot of dresses $35.00
values for .
BIG LINE BLACK AND BROWN OXFORDS
JUST ARRIVED, at ....$4,50, $5.50 up to $7.50
One lot Men's Work shoes per pair....$2.98
One lot Axminister Rugs 9x12 . $32,50
One lot Tapestry Rugs 9x12
L. D. S. GARMENTS
Medium weight bleached $1.49
Men's Overalls During This Sale Are
Going at 98c
Mose Lewis Dept. Store
Some REAL BARGAINS
With the rapid approach of Spring comes a demand for Spring Merchandise. To meet that demand, we have
lined up a number of exceptional bargains in new merchandise, all which are underprised. Look over the follow
ing list and note the low prices we are quoting. We want to move these goods in a hurry and if price reductions
are an inducement, we will be successful: Buy Your Goods Now at These Great Price Reductions.
SPRING SUITS, COATS AND
Ladies New Spring Coats, Suits and
Dresses at remarkable savings.
Ladies Coats and Capes $7.98
Ladies Spring Suits Beautifully De
signed up from .$12.50
Ladies Spring Dresses Wonderful
r values up from
Ladies all silk Tricolette Blouse
Waists at .$1.49 to „ 1 . 1 .:
New Spring showing in Dress
Silks, our stock is complete.
36 inch taffetas in all the lead
ing shades at per yd.$1.49
36 inch messaline in a large
range of colors at.$1.69
42 inch Satin Charmeuse in
black, brown and blue ..$1,98
42 inch Crepe de Chine in a
beautiful range of shades $1.98
36 inch all Silk Pongee at 98c
Our Stock of Ladies low shoes
is most complete. We are show
SPRING GINGHAMS AND
27 inch Spring Ginghams at ....19c
28 inch Junior Wash Cloth at v . 29c
36 inch Percales light patterns ..19c
27 inch Outing Flannel at
27 inch fancy Dress Ginghams ..27c
ing the New Spring
at most reasonable prices.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
Children's heavy ribbed' Cotton
Hose in Black only .,.
Misses Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose in
Black or Brown at
Boys Heavy Ribbed, Rough but
Tough, black cotton Hose
Ladies Good Quality cotton Hose in
Ladies Cotton Hose in Black or
Brown, good value at
Ladies Lisle Hose, Black or Brown
PLAIN AND FANCY
We have an excellent showing
in Ribbons, Wide Numbers
Special Offering at
PETTICOATS AND BLOOMERS
Ladies Silk Sateen Bloomers, full
Cut, and has Vanity Pocket, colors
Navy, Emerald, Purple, at Special
Ladies all Silk Jersey Petticoats
at $2.98 to ..
Ladies Sateen Petticoats in assorted
$4.98 to $7.98
TOWELS AND TOWELING
AT SPECIAL OFFERINGS
Large Huck Towels ..
17x34 Turkish towels
18x36 Fancy Turkish Towels
NOTIONS OF QUALITY
Large cap shape double Mesh
Hair Nets at ... 15c
Large Cabinet Hair Pins ....15c
Dress Snaps (3 more 15 to.
Cord) at ...
Tooth Brushes ..
Colgates Tooth Paste
Darning Cotton 3 spools ....10c
Extra large Turkish towels 49c
27 inch Turkish Toweling per
WIDE SHEETINGS AND
81 inch Bleached Sheeting
36 inch Brown Muslin ...
36 inch Bleached Muslins
33 inch India Head linen
5c, 10c, 15c
Ladies Pure Silk Hose in Black or
Brown and Calf
5c to 25c
J. & P. Coats Thread.
J. & P. Coats Crochet Thread
12V 2 c
12i/ a c
Ladies Sport Hose
Golden Rule Mercantile Company
MONTPELIER, * ~
RULES OF LOW PRICES
Bishop A. D. Hirschi was over
from his home in Geneva a few days
during the week on business matters.
Pageantry and Music at the Taber
nacle Saturday night.
Gus Petereit, prominent farmer
of Raymond spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday in Montpelier attending to
matters of business.
Pm in business for your health. 1
get results or refund your money.—
O. B. Parrott, Chiropractor. Over
Bank of Montpelier.
If you have any hogs for sale, Call
Chits. W. Hess, Montpelier.-Phone
JMffs. O. H. Groo will spend the
^poming few weeks in California,
where she will join her sister Mrs.
IL-Teoaaac-and daughter Verda.
Attend the St. Pat rick
given in tho Pavilion tomorrow (Fri
day) uight. Good music.
Something different! Pageantry
and Music at tho Tabernacle Sat
Clifford Shupe has been spending
a few days In the city visiting friends
and relatives,, --~ -
'^" Mrs. H. Short spent a few days of
e week in Cokeville visiting rela
Knfr.nl t, _ _ n...,.— „ «
seller of New Modern Houses. J5tf
Mrs. Dan Hurley had as her guests
? ? a ^ 8 * ast , Week 'J^ rs - Pet ® r
Laying and daughter Miss Bessie
Layng of Pocatello.
Mrs. H. H. Dalrymple spent a few
days in Dubois at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. Richards.
The |St. Patricks ball in the Pavi
)*on Friday night wiU be a big event.
—- __^ U
-WrH. Milke attended a meetlnj?'«£^
andern state lumber, managers in Poca
^ lo the latter part of last week>
^Dr. A. L. ChUton, Eye Specialist
will be in Montpelier Mar. 24, from 3
p# m. to 7 p. m.; March 25, from 8
a. m. to 8 p. m., at the Christman
Jewelry Store; and in Paris, Stuck!
homo Mar. 24 from 10 a. m. to 1:80
p. m. Come early as 1 must leave
promptly at 1:80 p. m. — if
Miss Dora Crockett has returned')
from a six weeks sojourn, In sun*y
-California. _ ~ ■— ——
"Br. and Mrs. E. E. Hinckley wel
corned the arrival of a fine baby boy
at their home last Thursday night.
O. N. Wray, local manager of the
Mutual Creamery company, went to
Morgan, Utah, last week to
charge of the company's plant at that
place during the illness of the
. '"Str. and Mrs. E. E. Mulica had
their guest the last week end Mi
Viola Mulica of Pocatello. -——
the Gem Hall.
Miss Anna Larsen will spend a few
days in Salt Lake viBlting her sister
Miss Edna Larsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck of Coke
ville came to Montpelier Friday up
on receiving word of the death of
Mr. Buck's brother, the late C, H.
Buck, and remained here until after
the funeral. „
FURS, HIDES AND PELTS
looking better in price,
some to sell come and
will pay you the highest cash price
for same. SAM L. LEWIS, at the
r Saturday night at
Fine music. Over
If you have
Start the New Home
BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES!
Stock up the medicine cabinet with a supply of our reli
able home remedies. Don't let sickness mar your happi
ness. Use our medicines for slight attacks and prevent
ohem from developing into more serious illnesses.
SET ALL YOUR DRUGS AND SUNDRIES AT THIS—
THE QUALITY DRUG STORE
Your Prescriptions are filled Promptly with
only the freshest drugs on the market.
The Burgoyne Pharmacy
Prescription Druggists Phone 57
Mrs. John Knutti and Mrs. George
Dana spent a few days of the week
in Salt Lake visiting friends and re
Salesman Nixon of the Shupe-Wil
liams Candy company of Ogden was a
business visitor in the city yester
—-"^Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith of Ogden
B P en t a few days the first part of
the week here > beIn 8 called to Mont *
P elier on account of the death of the
late C. H. Buck, brother-in-law of
Mrs - Smith. The Smith's were guests
of Mr - and Mrs - Thomas Barrett, par
en ts of Mrs. Smith,
W. B, Jacobs, representing Jelli
aon Bros - Monument Company of
Bol8e was over from h1 ^ PocatelI °
headquarters yesterday on business
WANTED TO RENT—Four or five
room modern house. Cali Dr. A.
FOR SALE:—Seven room house
suitable for Farmer wanting to
live in town. Emil Van Almen,
FOR SALE—Good Jonathan apples
Small size . $1.^0 per box. Deliv
ered by parcel past prepaid. Fair
view ranch, J. W. Spackman, Twin
PUBLIC LIBRARY—O pen each
Wednesday and Saturday afternoon,
Mrs. O. H. Groo in charge.
WANTED—Men and women to take
orders for genuine guaranteed ho
siery for men, women and children
Eliminates darning. $40.00 a week
full time, 11.00 an hour spare time
Experience unnecessary. INTER
NATIONAL STOCKING MILLS,