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here; special models by Hart
Schaffner & Marx; stout men;
very big men; short men—ev
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ure has been provided for.
We'll show you suits here in
all good fabrics; all,good col
orings; all-wool; tailored by
experts; the kind of quality a
tailor would charge at least 50
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T he home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Ford cars have become such a world
utility that it would almost seem as if
every family ought to have its Ford car.
Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan,
(the two latter have enclosed bodies),
and the Truck Chassis, have really be
come a part and parcel of human life.
You want one because its service will
be profitable for you. We solicit your
order at once because, while production
is limited, it will be first come, first sup
plied.
Bear Lake Motor Co.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO
W. J. Crockett Merc Co.
Grocerise, - Meats,
Fruits, Vegetables
OUR MOTTO:
Best Quality
f^easoeable Prices
Prompt Service
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
Phone 118
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NOTICE OF HALE OF INTEREST
IN REAL ESTATE
In the Probate Court of the Coun- j
t.v of Bear Lake, and State of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Le
roy Yeates, Vesta Yeates, Parley
Yeates and Kenneth Yeates, Min- '
ors.
Pursuant to an order of the Judge j
of said court, made on the 31st .day I
of May, 1919, notice is hereby given 1
that Silas Wright, guardian of the !
estate of sadi minors, will sett at j
private sale to the highest bidder j
for cash, gold coin of the United
States, and subject to confirmation
by said Probate court, on Saturday,
July 5th, 1919, said sale to close !■
at 2:00 p. m. of that day, all the|B
right, title, Interest and estate of 1
the said minors, in and to the fol-llj
lowing pieces and parcels of realjH
estate, being a one-ninth undivided ■
interest In and to the following de-'K
scribed lands:
Commencing at a point 18.08 I
chains south from the northwest
corner of section 2 J., township 12 !
south, range 44 east, Boise Merid
ian, and run thence south 12.30
chains: thence north 34 degrees 30
minutes east 37 chains; thence west
8.50 chains; thence south 34 de
grees 4^ minutes west 22.20 chains
to the place of beginning, containing
24 acres and 29 1-3 square rods of
land, more or less.
Also, commencing at a point 20
chains south and 4 chains west from
the northeast corner of the north
west quarter of section 20, township
12 south, range 44 east. Boise Mer
idian, and run thence south 36 de
grees west 10 chains; thence north
13 degrees west 3 chains, more or
less to the O. S. L. right-of-way;
thence northwesterly along the east
ern boundry line of the said right-of
way (approximately nort
grees west) 8 chains, more
south boundry line of the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter of
said section 20; thence east 11
chains, more or less to place of be-1
ginning, containing 5
or less.
Also, commencing at a point 12 ;
chains east from the southwest cor
ner of section 16, township 12 south,
range 44 east, Boise Meridian, and
run thence north 34 degrees east 30 j
chains, more or less to publip road; !
I hence souiheasterly along west side,
of said road to the corner of Frank
Wright's land; thesce south 34 de- j
grees west along the west boundary !
line of Frank Wright's land to sec-I
tlon line; thence West 8.60 chains
to place of beginning.
Together with all
thereunto belonging.
Said lands being in the'county of
Bear Lake and State of Idaho.
Terms and conditions of pavment
>f purchase price: One-third cosh
down at time of sale; two-thirds at
confirmation of sale by the court.
Written sealed 'bids wtli bq received
>y Silas Wright, guardian, at his
residence, Bennington, Idaho, at any
ime on or before the day and hour
■ ixed in this notice for the dose of
this sale. Deed at the expense of
purchaser.
Dated this 19th dav of June 1919
SILAS WRIGHT,
Guardian.
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acres, more
water rights
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When a girl thinks a young man is
ilmost good enough for her. «ho la
sure to think he is too good for any
other girL
HOLD EXAMINATION FOR
FOREST AND FIELD CLERKS
^The I'pited Stahes „.Civil. Service
Commission announces that a forest
end field clerk examination will be
'held in this city on July 16, 1919, to
[till vacancies in the position of for
est clerk, forest service, and' clerk
ih this reclamation and other field
services of the government service
throughout the Eleventh civil service
district (Washington, Oregon, Ida
no, Montana, Wyoming, and Alaska.)
The entrance salary for the position
of forest clerk is $1100 or $1200
jear; for the position of clerk in the
reclamation and otner
$1100 to $1400 a year,
for forest clerk, 18 to 40 years; foç
field clerk 18 years or over. Both
men and women .will be admitted to
the examination.
Application blank and information
may be obtained from the local
retary, 11th U. S. Civil Service Dis
trict. 303 Post Office building, Se
attle, Washington.
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services.
Age limits
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COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
The Commissioners met at 10:00
o'clock this 16th day of June, 1919,
pursuant to adjournment of May 12,
present: Ezra J. Howell, Chairman;
J. T. Peterson and Silas L. Wrigut,
Commissioners; S. H.
and the following proceedings
had to-wit;
In the matter of completing the
contract with the U. S. Government
for a public highway from Mont
pelier, Idaho to Afton, Wyoming,
moved by Commissioner John T.
Peterson, seconded by Commissioner
Ezra J. Howell, passed: That the
cooperative agreement covering the
survey, construction and malnten
ance of the Montpelier, Idaho, A-fton,
Wyoming road project be approved,
and that an appropriation of $17,
500 be made available for immediate
use for the calendar year 1919. This
resolution being signed by all mem
bers of the Board of County Com
missioners.
Rich, cierk,
were
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In the matter of canceling delin
quent tax sale ^certificates No. 109
l or the year 1911, it appearing to the
board that an error had been made
in the assessment for said year it is
hereby ordered that tax sale certifi
cate No. 109 for $38.30 be and is
hereby ordered canceled.
In the matter of the application
of Mrs. Margaret Wilson for a Wid
ow's pension, it appearing to the
I oard that good cause exists and that
»lie is worthy, it is hereby ordered
t iat she is allowed $10.00 a month
re nd the County Auditor is hereby or
dered to draw in favor of Mrs. Mar
garet Wilson, his warrant for $10.00
Summer Togs
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We have just received a classy
line of waist-seam men's suits in •
the latest patterns and styles
$14.98 to $25.
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The Straw Hat season is here. Our
new line of straws
is a jim-dandy .
and panamas
$1.98 to $4.98
Misses' gingham dresses-a wide
selection of sizes and colors.
Ladies' white and black oxfords
and pumps—classy and a complete
range in sizes.
$2.98 to $4.98.
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MERCANTILE COMPANY
litt lim ul each mouth until lui ther
notice.
Adjourned until 10:00 o'clock a.
,il„ JjWM-ü, 1010.
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S. H. Rich,
Clerk.
Ezra J. Howell,
Chairman
. REE TICKETS TO MOVIES
FOR COl .VTRl PEOPLE
A unique plan which will no
uoubt aiu materially to Increase Sat
urday buying in Montpelier, has been
inaugurated by Manager Brough of
the theatre and a number of the lead
ing merchants of the city. Manager
Brough has arranged to distribute
through these merchants, free ad
missions to the theatre every Satur
day afternoon. Tickets of admission
will be given free by the following
merchants to all of their out-of-town
patrons: First National Bank, Bren
nan & Davis, Oroo A Toomer, Bur
rell & Thiel, Crockett Mercantile
Co., Roghaar's Cash Grocery, Tunks
Bros., E. L. Burgoyne & Sons., Paris
Millinery, H. B. Whitman, Hartman
& Hansen, F. M. Williams Undertak
ing Co., Frank Jones & Sons, H. H.
Hoff Meat 6o., Rinehart Studio, and
Three Rule Store.
ALLIED FORCER ARE READY
TO ADVANCE ON GERMANY
Concentration of troops prepara
tory to advancing further into Ger
many if the Germans refuse to sign
the peace treaty will begin Wednes
day throughout the occupied area,
and orders to this effect from Mar
shal Koch have been received in Cob
lenz. General Hunter Liggett, com
mander of the American forces in
the Coblenz area, said the Americans
are all ready to'move at a moment's
notice.
PRESIDENT HAN BEEN ASKED
TO REMOVE BURLESON
Atlantic City, June 18.—A reso
lution asking President Wilson to
immediately remove Postmaster Gen
eral Burleson was adopted unaui
mously by the American Federation
of Labor
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i PROHIBITION TEST WILL
PROBABLY COME SATURDAY
Washington, June 18.—The house
judicary committee agreed today
to vote Saturday on the proposal of
Representative Gard, Democrat, of
Ohio, which would authorize the
president by proclamation to mod
ify the wartime prohibition law in
sofar as it relates to the manufac
ture and sale of light wines and
beer.
The Examiner $2.00 per year. *
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Sealed proposals will be received-
at my office up to 8 o'clock, p. m ou
Wednesday, June 25, 1919. for dig
ging and back-filling water trenches
in Montpelier, Idaho, as follows:
On Washington street, from Eighth
io Eleventh street, trench to be a
feet wide and 4 feet deep;
Third street, front Washington to Jef
ferson and on Jefferson street from
Third to Seventh streets, trench to
be 2 feet wide and 4 $4" feet deep;
total excavation approximately 5700
feet. The council reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Proposals
should be marked "Bids for digging
and refilling trenches."
By order of city council.
THOMAS BARRETT, Clerk.
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Successor to Dr. George T. Smith.
HR, R. B. R0SKELLEY
Better Dentistry,
The Painless Way
Pyorrhea Treated Successfully. Mod
er Equipment and Modern Methods.
OFFICE IN RITER BLOCK.
Phone 102-W
Hours 9-12, 1-5
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We have the largest and
most complete stock of
Wall Paper jn the valley
which we are selling at
very reasonable pnees.
Bring your pictures to
us for framing. Our
work will please you.
THE
F. M. WILLIAMS
. COMPANY
Funeral Furnishers.
Auto Service Without Extra
Charge.

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