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Montpelier, Idaho, December 19, .919
Have you paid your taxes yet?
There will be a children 's dance at
the Third ward amusement hall on Bat
urday, Dec. 20, at 2 p .in. Admission
10 cents.
Expert picture framing and first
class mouldings at Rinehart's studio.
Mrs. Peter Hauch returned the first
of the week from Nampa where she had
been visiting her children. She also
visited several days with friends at Po
catello.
Idaho and Utah apples at $2, $2.40
$2.60 and $2.90 a box at Brennan ft
Davis'.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Barrett left yes
terday for Burley and Oakley where
they will spend the holidays with rela
tives.
If you haven't selected your books
for Christmas let C. W. Bartschi of Nou
nan, handle yoftr order. Church publi
cations and good fiction at catalog
prices; phone 297 R-2.
Silver ware In dandy patterns at
Riter Bros. Drug Co.
E. J. Phelps has ben appointed truant
officer for Montpelier. Ho requests the
Examiner to state that the "kids" who
have been playing hookey from school
want to look a "little out" or lie will
get them.
Mrs. L. C.
Montpelier friends last Tuesday. She
was en route to her home at Twin Falls
from a month's visit with her parents
at Ripon, Wisconsin.
Come and see our Bwell line of
Christmas pictures.—The F. M. Wil
liams Co.
Leo Irving, who has been section fore
man in the Pocatello yards for the past
three years, was in town Tuesday
rottte to Kemmerer, where he is going
to assume the duties of road master for
the Short Line. Leo's old Montpelier
friends wil be pleased to learn of-his
promotion. »
Vincent visited with
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Xmas Shopping
Is what is most interesting at present
and Most People are buying something
useful.
Our store is filled with
Useful Christmas Gifts
Call and see us before
buying elsewhere
Labor Saving Kitchen Cabinets
SONORA PHONOGRAPHS
THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
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Nielsen's The Old Reliable
Two Doors East of the Royal Bakery
Telephone Ho 21
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Murk Lehrbas arrived in San Francis-;^
After a short visit in
T'lisco he will return to Montpelier for '
Die holidays.
eo last Sunday from a three months' i
voyage in the Philippines, Japan Siber- j
in and Hawaii.
Don't forget that your battery will j
freeze; have it stored with the Idaho :
Electric Co.
Our dray to deliver Christmas pres- :
ents is spoken for so there will no de- j
lay in receiving the Christmas goods
you purchased from the Nielsen Fur- !
niture Co., the old reliable.
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Your credit is good at the Niel- j
sen-Jones Furniture Co.
Now is the time to buy your heavy j
overcoat at low prices, will take your
old coat in exchange for new coat or i
suit; Fred Seiler, the tailor.
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The body of Mrs. Critser, who died j
on Dec. 10th is being held at the Wil- |
liiims Undertaking Parlors awaiting
awaiting the arival of a son from Texas.
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Instructor Morgan of the Montpelier
seminary and all of the instructors of
Fielding Academy are attending a eon
volition of church school teachers which
House slippers make acceptable
presents for any member of the fam
ily. We have a large stock to se
lect from.—The Fair Store, Sam. L.
Lewis.
is being held in Salt Lake.
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cry Co., returned last Sunday from a
week h business trip to Salt Lake.
Joseph Rasmusen of Georgetown,
writes to have his Examiner sent to Je
Come and select your toys as they
are going fast.—Burrell & Thiel.
Manager Wray of the Mutual Cream
rome until next March.
The various Sunday schools of Mont
pelier are indebted to the Royal bakery
for about 200 pounds of assorted nuts.
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which will be divided equally among
the schools.
In renewing his subscription to the
Examiner, Paul Richelsou writes from
El Paso, Texas, and says: "It would do
the Montpelier friends of Rev. F. M.
Johnson good to see the way the peo
pie of El Paso respect and admire him.
T here is hardly a notable public event
that he is not the principal speaker."
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This month will go down in history as
being the coldest December since the
white man inhabited Idaho. The cold
wave has not been confined to this see
jt ion, alone, but has covered the entire
northwest. The mercury touched SO
below zero here last Monday night and
has been below zero every night this
week. At Boise the mercury dropped
to 7 below, which is extremely cold f
jthat section. _ _—'
'—Mi 1 . J. H. Hcöfield of Blackfoot and
Mis La Verne Crockett of this city were
united in mariage in the Sa lt Lake tegw
p ie las t Wednesday. / The
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on a mission in the
east a few years ago. Friendship soon
ripened into love, the culmination of
which was the happy union this week.
Mr. Bcofield is in the garage business
in Blackfoot. His bride is the eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crock
ett and is held in high estem by her
many friends. They expect to make
their home in Blackfoot.
Little girl, tell Santa Clans to get
your doll at the City Meat Market.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Special low prices on heating
atovea at the Nielsen-Jones Furni
ture Co.
A kodak for Christmas—Can you
beat It? All klnda at Rinehart's, the
kodak store.
Little girl tell Santa Claus to get
your doll at tha City Meat Market.
Why not get that boy or girl a
good band Instrument for Christmas.
See F. M. Williams, agent for the
Famous Holton band instruments,
acknowledged by the profession as
the best in the world. Will sell for
eash or easy payments.
Silverware, cut glass *nd~pictures
in a large variety at Whitman's.
Hemstitching and plcoting done at
16c per yard, thread furnished r mall
orders given prompt attention, Laura
Hoff, 164 East South Temple St.,
Salt Lake, phone 7689-R.
Whitman Is still giving special
bargains In groceries.
j Buy a Red Cross seal to place on |
our Christmas packe.
"Do you have to be cranked, or are :
Call on S. N. !
LXunz and get one of those straight I
' Insurance policies. Some pepolt put |
off taking Insurance too long; you 1
may be one of them.
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Plenty of Payette apples at E4 C. :
Rich's grocery at W.75 and $3.15 a 1
'box.
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Special closing out sale of ladles' '
and misses' coats for $1.98 at !
Whitman's.
See our Sonora window and then
j decide to let us deliver one of these !
j wonderful machines to your hom
you'll never regret It. Nielsen's the!
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chr ^ tm »« cards on display at j
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, Labor saving kitchen cabinets in
large variety and at low prices at the
j Nielsen-Jones Furniture Co.
| One of those beautiful oil paintings !
will make a Christmas present long j
t0 be remembered.—Nielsen's the old j
reliable. J
Now is the time to order your suit :
for Christmas from Fred Seller, ;
where you get satisfaction and the :
most for your money. . _ !
Wo aro not right in the heart 0 f
t be buiness district, but it will pay '
you to come and see us when you are ;
in need of general house furnishings ]
or useful Christmas presents.—Niel
sen's, the old reliable.
The free public library In the city
hall Is open each Saturday afternoon
from 1:30 until 6 o'clock.
Make your Christmas selections at i
Riter Bros, now; a small deposit will
hold them for you.
; If you are moving away we will i
crate your furniture for you, our
charges are reasonable.—Montpelier
new and second hand store.
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I" I? you want your furniture repair
ctl b y a furnlut re man take It to the!!
Montpelier New and Second Hand'N
A large stock of L. D. S. garments
in cotton and wool at Whitman's.
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Krocery -
Laijies' and cen's slippers in feltiS
nice Christmas presents; heau-iB
j new c °l° r8 - H. B. Whitman.
I ,, Wo carry a ful1 1,ne of Community
j 8 * ver ln 8 *l ver ware is
I always a welcome Christmas gift.— i
j Burrell ft Thiel. j
If you have any furniture or stoves
I you don't like, we will trade with
I you.—Montpelier New and Cecond
I Hand Store.
Do your Christmas shopping early,
T he Nielsen-Jones Furniture Co. has
a large variety of useful gifts and
will be glad to put articles away for
you until wanted.
Books, hooks, all of ths latest
copyrights for sale at Riter Broe.
Drug Co.
Get orders for Christmas picture
framing in early. We have over
160 samples to choose from and our
work is the "Quality Kind."—The
F. M. Williame Co.
When you went e new range, come
and see ua. If you have an old range
j we will take it ln exchange and yon
j may have your choice of tha two heat
I rangea on tha market—tha Great Ma
; Jestic or the Charter Oak.—Nleleen'a
tha old reliable home furnishers.
Jonathan applea at Ed Rich's I
BSTBAY NOTICE
1 have in my poaaeaaioa the following
described animal:
One red yearling steer, upper sad a
'lower bit in each earreLowtheomhmAe
lower bit in the left ear, copper wire in
brisket; horns.
: Unless sooner claimed by the
! I will sell the above described animal
at my place in Bern, Idaho, on Monday,
January 12, 1920 at ten o'clock a m.
ROBERT H. KUNZ, Constable.
owner
The Examiner $1 * year.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
yOR SALE—A piano, or will rent
same; Nielsen Furniture Co., two
\ doors east of the Royal bakery.
ripR SALE—Two brass beds and
j electric washer; apply to Lyman
Beutler, Montpelier.
OR SALE—China closet and couch,
apply at this office or Mrs. C. E.
Wright.
FOR SALE—Ranch of 106 acres with
good house, barn and water right,
located at Dingle; for price and
terms see A. W. Sparks, Jr. •
FOR SALE—Household furniture;
call at the residence of W. E.
White, opposite Gee's pool hall.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
phone 100..
WANTED—Autos to store for the
winter, apply to Ruber Eschler,
Montpelier,
LOST—Two deep red steers, one
yearling and one two year old;
branded 7 6 with crop in left ear,
and under stope In right ears; tel
ephone information to E. J. Phelps,
Montpelier.
FOB SALE—Four room house and five
itérés of land located on Eighth St.,
in city limits; for terms and price,
telephone 254-w.
LOST—A small open faced gold watch,
finder will leave at this office and re
ceive reward.
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FARM FOB SALE
Forty aeres of irrigated land, two
miles from Downey; 3 room house, a
barn for four head; pig pens, chicken
house, good well, farm well fenced, on
stats highway, about 15 acres in alfal
fa; rest ready for grainor potatoes; a
team, harness, wagon and some other
implements to go with the place. In
quire at this office.
LOST—Roan, 3-year-old and 2-year-old
steer, both branded 56 on left side,
will be rewarded by Wm. J. Kunz,
Bern.
NOTICE TO CREDIT0B8
Estate- of Rosetta A. Belles, deceased.
: Notice la kersby given by the under
! signed Leland W. Bolle», administrator
I of the estate of Rosetta A. Bolles, de
| ceased, te the creditors of, and all per
1 sons having claims against, said deceas
I ed, te present them with the necessary
: vouchers, within four months after the
1 first publieatioa of this notice, to said
Lelaad W. Bolles, at his residence on
' aorth 5th street in the City of Montpe
! lier, Besr Lake county, Idaho.
LELAND W. BOLLES.
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! States, for the district of Idaho, east
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case °* Meat Co. and
! platzoeder and Carl Christian
j ® on ' *" bankruptcy,
j Po ft ^ creditors of the above firm and
J individuals: You are hereby notified
: C*at the first meeting of the creditors
; of said bankrupts is hereby called for
: th e 29th day of December, 1919, at 11
! o'clock a. m. at my office in Montpelier,
Bear Lake'county, Idaho.
' Baid meeting will bo held for the al
; lowance of claims, appointment of trus
] tee and examination of bankrupts,
Administrator of the estate of Roset
ta A. Bolles, deceased.
12-19-4t
NOTICE TO OBESITOBS
the United
Dated at Montpelier, Idaho, Decem
ber 15, 1919.
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i ^ y8 eyer exhibited In Montpelier at
j " urre B & Thliel's.
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C. L. FRENCH,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
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friends
for their kind patronge dur
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every one to know that he is
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Spongberg's old stand.
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CHRISTMAS
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WHICH
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PHONOGRAPH?
The first scientific comparison of
Phonographs has just been in
stalled in our store. Our turn ta
ble comparison presents each in
strument in turn and bring out its
exact musical worth.
Ask to hear the*turn table comparison
Nielsen-Jones Furniture Co.
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KODAK—The gift that helps to make her
Christmas merry; then keeps a
picture story of the Christmas
merriment.
If the one you want to ptease already has a
Kodak, there are many Kodak helps and
conveniences that would be appreciated.
Let us help you, we are in a position to sug
gest.
Kodaks from $9.49 up
Brownies from $2.95 up
The Rinehart Studio
KODAK STORE
MONTPELIER*
IDAHO

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