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I? rçy> .V 1 fei M RESOLVED THAT VE HAVE FOUND WAT OUR PATRONS iNEED AND JUST WHAT I PLEASES THEM. AND 5W* 4 fl^ESSR we know that the \ 4 IBUSJP m RIGHT PRICE 15 ONE L II JP ,Û irEM-ibo. "BLE.S.SED IJ THE MAN WHO HA-S FOUND HI.S WORK"—WE HAVE FOUND OURJ— THE GROCERY BU-SINEJ.S. WE KNOW THIJ GRO CERY BUJINEJ-5 AND ARE ABLE To GIVE OUR PATRoJ THE BENEFIT OF OUR EXPER IENCE. we bought what our cujtomer^ WANT, AND WE ARE MAKING CUSTOMER 5 BY JELLING AT THE RIGHT PRICE. WE WANT YOU FOR A CUSTOMER, AND IF YOU BUY FROM UJ WE WILL MAKE A FRIEND AND CUSTOMER OF YOU. Carl Spongberg THE MONTPELIER EXAMINER PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY The Examiner Publishing Co., Ltd. C. E. WRIGHT, Editor and Manager Sutered at the postoffioe In Montpelier, Idaho, as secondiclaas matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1.50 8ix months, if paid in advance.75 One year, in advance Montpelier, Idaho, Oct. 15, IS 15 As we expected it would, the suggestion that picture shows should be permitted to operate on Sunday evenings has met with considerable op position from the church peo ple, while many of Montpel ier's best citizens have ex pressed themselves as being heartily in favor of the propo sition. It is only natural that sentiment should be divided upon this question. If we were all of the same opinion as regards religion, politics, etc., this would indeed be a dreary old world, as people would have notning to talk about. In an article elsewhere in 'this issue Rev. F. M. Johnson sets forth several reasons why he is opposed to letting pic ture shows operate on Sunday evenings. We have neither the time nor desire to com ment upon his reasons separ ately. However, we will say that if one statement which he makes is true, there is something radically wrong with the churches today or with the religion as it is taught in the churches. He says that i f picture shows were permitted to run on Sun days "it would only be a mat ter of time before the show on Sunday would supplant the church." Surely Mr. Johnson does not believe that such would be the case. Surely the churches o f Montpelier are not standing on such frail foundations that the opera tion of a picture show for two hours o n Su day evenings would, in time, supplant the churches. If we thought for a moment that such a calami ty would result from picture shows, we would vigorously oppose the movement. 11 does not appear that Sunday "movies" have supplanted the churches in Salt Lake and other cities where shows have operated during church hours on Sunday evenings ever since picture shows came into exist ence, while we suggested that they be permitted to run in this city only until 7:30 p. m. There are one or two other points in Mr. Johnson's arti cle which we may comment upon in a later issue. One of the reasons E. H. Dewey of Nampa, gives for deciding not to become a can didate for the republican nom ination for governor is, that "the people look with suspic ion upon men who are inter ested i n railroads, power plants and other enterprises which have to do with the de velopment of the state." In commenting upon this state ment the Caldwell Tribune says, in part, as follows: "If Mr. Dewey's feelings are justified by the conditions it is bad for the business inter ests, bad for the state and bad for the people. A bad state of affairs exist where capable men are disqualified for public office solely because they have been successful in private af fairs. The large business or ganizations employ men who have distinguished themselves for ability and fidelity. 11 seems to us that such men should be engaged by the pub lic whenever possible. We readily see why they are not. The people realize that em ployment offered by the pub lic is only temporary. The permanent connections remain with the private company. The feàr in the public mind that there is antagonism of in terests between the public .and private capital is constant. All of us are morally certain that a Mu nsing ^EAR UNION SUITS give you the most for your money any way you figure it. If you seek the highest qual ity of fabric and finish you get it in Munsing wear. If you seek real economy—you get it in Munsingwear. If you have never before been able to get a perfect fit in anion suits—try Munsingwear on our guarantee of satisfac tion. The prices are low—the range of styles and fabrics very wide. E. L BUR60YNE & SONS Montpaliar, Idaho ASK FOR Munsing ^e ar ! UNION SUITS the aim and purpose of all suc cessful men are the exploita tion of the public to its detri ment. Of course we do not feel the same way about the unsuccessful men or men of a lesser decree of success. Chronic Constipa lias. "About two yean ago when I began using Chamberlain's Tablets I had been suffering for some time with stomach trouble and ohronlo constipation. My condition improved rapidly through the use of these tablets. Since taking four or five bottles of them my health has been fine," writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Notice of Petition for Discharge In the District court of the United States for the Eastern District of Ida ho. In the matter of Saumel Charles Page, Voluntary Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given, that Saumel Charles Page bas filed hie petition for discharge in Bankruptcy and that a hearing will be beld at the office of the undersigned Referee in Montpelier, Idaho, in said District on Monday the lBt day of November, 1015, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon at Which time and place all creditors and other persons in interest may attend and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. Edwin JL. McClave, Referee in Bankruptcy. ^ J» vSS* Daily Bathing ! with KIRK'S OAR ROSE Soap is a health giving habit which you will enjoy. Because this pure soap lathers and rinses so quickly, only a few moments are needed to "Start the Day Right You enjoy your break fast and "feel fit** for the day's work. Try if fora week. You'll see. Your Dealer Sells ft Home Visitors* Excursions East Via OREGON SHORT LINE Union Pacific System TICKETS ON SALE October 23, No vember 20 and December 23, 18 and 22. Limit 90 Days from Date of Sale See any 0. S. L* Agent for Rates Buy your tickets through uia the Un ion Pacific System. It is the direct way THE "METZ » THE QUALITY CAR $600 CHAS. F. WHEELER, Local Agent ft 9 9 DR. H. A. WHITE CHIROPRACTOR and MECHANO-THERAPIST Orand Hotel-Phone 140 Montpelier, Idaho CONSULTATION FREE OVER ea YEARS' Patents Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending s sketch end description rasy quickly ascertain our opinion fraa whether an iuventjon la probably patentable. Ç ttona strictly confidential. HANDBOOK tent free. Oldest agency for securfni Patents token through Mann A tpecial noiics, without charge, ta the Scientific American. omenles on Patente -patents. Co. receive A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any aclenUOo journal. Term«. $3 • frtiNCE Albert ^ the national joy *moke is such good tobacco you feel like you just eat the smoke! could Yes, sir, P. A. puts a razor edge on your smoke-appetite-division that's nobby enough to be photographed! No other pipe and ciga rette tobacco can be like Prince Albert, because no other tobacco can be made like Prince Albert. The patented process fixes that—and removes the tongue-bite and throat parch 1 Let that digest! ge Albert » V And that line of conver sation is 24 kt, whether you play P. A. in your __ _old jimmy pipe or roll it « toppy red ba*, 5c a makin'g cigarette. For you can put your little old blub-pencil O. K right here that Prince Albert is a regular double-header for a single admission —as joy'us to your tongue and tastje one •way as the other! crimp cut KING MPC AND TTC TOBACCO "Will the "rollers" kindly step forward for a spell and get some of this listen into their systems? Because Prince Albert certain and sure jams more joy into a makin's paper than ever before was figured up on two hands I In the plain language of the hüls, you can't any more resist such makin's tobacco than a bullfrog can pass up a piece of red flannel! Because P. A. hands to you everything any cigarette roller ever dreamed-out —rare flavor, and aroma, and mildness, and body; absolutely the best bet—the best smoke * R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston.Sad«», N. C. >«» la lU KsyaoldsTiibusaU* Um tidy red tin, 10c iS, p: i ';i % K: A '•v.T V ' ■ S Ü! 1 Eotsorrs "VANITY FAIR" "Vanity Fair" will be shown in motion pictures at Mont pelier Theatre Monday night, Oct 18 ROYAL BREAD That's what it is—Royal Bread. Royal in every sense of the word. It is good enough for the table of a king. Every bit of the flour that goes to make this flour that goes to make this bread is the very best milled— it is made of Turkey Red wheat by the Montpelier Milling Co. And all of the other ingredients are up to the standard set by the flour. If you have never used this excel lent bread now is the time to give it a trial. The price is very reasonable. Montpelier Royal Bakery PETERSON & WALLACE Practical Painters Paperhangers and Decorators ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED Work Guaranteed Phone 232 MONTPELIER, IDAHO » * For sale, my house and lot on Washington avenue.. Part cash with ong time and easy payments on bal anoe.—Ed C. Rich. Finds Cure for Epilepsy After Years of Suffering "My daughter was afflicted with epileptic fits for three years, the attacks coining every few weeks. We employed several doctors but they did her good. About a year ago w. heard of Dr. Miles' no Nervine, ^*Vlvn and cert ainly A jfti|an| has proved a ** /PIa 1 blessing to our little girl. She la f, now apparently i cured and is en k Joying the best of health. It Is over a year since sho has had a We cannot speak too highly ip 7 fit of Dr. Miles' Nervine." MRS. FRANK ANDERSON, Comfrey, Minn. Thousands of children in the United States who are suffering from attacks of epilepsy burden and sorrow to their parents, who would give anything to restore health to the sufferers. Dr. Miles' Nervine arc is one of the best remedies known for this affliction. It has proven bckiencial in thousands of cases and those who have used it have the greatest faith in it. It is not * "cure-all," but a reliable remedy for nervous diseases. You need not hesitate to give it a trial. 80M by all Druggists, tf the first battle falle ta benefit your money Is returned. . MU.SS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lad. you or any other man ever did roll and put the fire to I Men, we tell you to wise up. P. A. is crimp cut and stays put—which means rolling P. A is as easy as foiling off a log. And it's good to remember P. A. is put up in the toppy red bag especially for you "rollers." Sells for the price of a jitney ride, 5c. Now, will the "pipers" kindly open both ears? Here's tobacco that has made it possible for three men to smoke pipes where one smoked before! Any way you hook it up, Prince Albert is tobacco insurance /Yes, sir, it guarantees your future as well as your present smok ings! And just makes your tongue so jimmy pipe joy'us that your smoke appetite grows whopping big. You men who ' aassn't," we say you go to P. A, natural-likel Because there isn't a bite in a barrel of this natioial joy smoke. Unlimber your old jim my pipe ! Dig it out of the dark comer, jam it brimful of P. A. And make fire with a match 1 Me-o-my ! |u IS) You got acquctinttd with Prince Albert in the toppy rod bag, Sc ; op tidy rod tin, 10c, but forth e doable back-action you 'r. ootl Yon too, it hat the oponf-moittonor top and hoopo P. A. at tho highttt top-notch point of pmrfoction. 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