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Sale t AT SECOND HAND STORE MoQtpelier, Idaho t Saturday, May 22 at 2 o'clock p. m. NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE Tables, chairs, beds, mattresses, springs, stoves, refrigerators, etc. Our Entire Stock Will Be Sold COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE'VE GOT ir 8un*s Immensity. The sun, which is by no means a large star, sb stars go. could easily contain within Its boundaries the en tire earth and moon and the distance between them, says the Scientific American that consisting of earth and moon could be strung out In a row through the center of the sun, without coming wlthlD 60,000 miles of his surface ea either side. In fact, three systems like Every man occasionally forgets himself and tells the truth—and then ho generally has a first-class row on his hands. RED PEP'S PHILOSOPHY % \ fla ! è "My father left me the whole world to get out and make' a living in. Gee ! Jto a lucky fellow" This world is a big place room to make a living. -lot 8 Of Friends of the Razor The razor can't do it all. It must have friends to prepare its way and follow in its wake. Wo can provide just the as sistance your razor needs, whe ther old style or one of our safe ty razors—fragrant and sooth ing soap shaving sticks, creams and powders, bay rum, witch hazel, ,cold oream—substances that at one? restores the fretted skin and leaves H smooth and soft, so that your fingers like to run over it. MARKII) RUBBER GOODS. Where everybody goes Modern Drug Co.. IDAHO. Game Warden Issues Permit for Game Farm in Hagerman Valley Boise, Idaho, May 20. — Otto M. Jones, the state game warden, has Issued the permits requested to the Idaho Game Breeders' association, headed by Judge J. H. Richards of Boise. These permits run to the Idaho game farm in Hagerman val ley established as a demonstration farm and recreation park for the benefit of those Interested in the propagation and conservation of wild animals and fowls, as well as domes tic, and who desire the real "country club" whereat to sojourn occasionally for restfulness. Every request of the association was granted with the exception of that as to beaver. It will now be possible for the association to pro ceed with its plans, which are recog nized as being of far reaching im portance to the state and more es pecially to those sections having dry farms, swamp land and cut over land, portions of which may be used profit ably for the propagation of valuable fur bearing and other animals, which ADVERTISERS AND READERS Owing to the acute newsprint situation and the contin ually increasing cost of newsprint paper, a change in ad vertising and subscription rates has been forced upon us, and a new rate card will be forwarded to you wi thin a few days. It is with reluctance that we take this step now, but after pondering over the situation for some weens, we find no alternative. The slight increase we are making in our rates will not be noticeable to tho advertiser as a rule, and we believe it will have a tendency to decrease the amount of paper necessary to produce the Examiner by allowing us to print a smaller paper during this print paper crisis and high prices. It will likewise decrease Our heavy expenses of production by eliminating mach extra work sind general saving in material. Everything entering into the making of a newspaper has increased in some instances as much as two hundred per cent. We have added sixty new subscribers to our already large circulation in Montpelier and Bear Lake county, and the list irf constantly growing. When our soliciting cam paign is over, our mcrease m circulation will more than offset the increase we are making in rates. The Examiner is about the last newspaper in the dis trict comprising Utah, Idaho and Wyoming to increase the rates. Subscription price to the Examiner will also be in creased fifty cents a year on all renewals on June the 1st, making the new price $2.50 instead of $2. Announce ment to this effect was made by our predecessor last De cember, at which time a raise of one dollar was proposed. We have endeavored to overcome the necessity of a raise in prices, but find it impossible under existing conditions. All weekly papers in the intermountain subscription rätes to as high as $3-00 that has been forced on all publishers. Price changes are effective June 1st, and all subscrip tions, for any length of time in advance, will be accepted at the old rate. region have rais a year, a matter ed l he 1 ? de "* n Id f° The conditions here lend themselves ! to the raising of fur bearing animals I produce big profits. I This Industry gives promise of be and water fowl and there Is ready market for both With the Idaho game farm at Hagerman to set tho pace and to furnish demonstrations and breeding stock a large number of farmers will shortly have a most profitable side line that can be con ducted without much time or labor. Already the skunk business alone has assumed considerable propor tions. One man, merely existing for years on a dry farm, will this year turn off over 900 skunks at a con tract of $10 each, or more than $7000 for the year's crop. This will enable him to buy tractors, etc., for the better cultivation of his land, and, besides, giving him a steady in com« on the side. 8trlctly Business. ■ The candy store woman alwayt gave Lucy an extra piece of candy, saying, "1 give you an extra piece for good luck." candy store and said. "1 can't buy to day hut you can give me the extra piece for good luck that you alwaya give me when I buy." Lucy walked Into tha CHECKS HMCtfARGE PAPERS AWAITING GALL The Examiner is advised by Con gressman Addison T. Smith at Wash ington, that discharge certificates and checks are awaiting the right ful owners in Washington, If the par ties to whom these papers belong will send in their correct address, ^nd a letter containing their serial number, miliary organlzaion, place and dae of discharge, and any other information which may facilitate the certain iden tification of the checks and discharge certificates. The Idaho men on the Hat is as follows: John Bagby, Edwin Benson, Geo. L. Birch, Charles Baun, Albert L. Carlson, Leroy Clifford, George Co burn, David Gibbs Devine, Martin Enzargaret, William E. Evans, Sid ney Goure, John H Howard, Charles P. Hughes, Ura Klrtley, Walter Le Farris, Leroy M'Cracken, Ira E. Mow rey, Martin G. Mustoe, Cales T. .Nel son, James B. Pearce, Edward E. Roulton, Charles Serrler, Leo H. Sim mons, William C. Smith, Thomas Smith, Nels G. Strom, Dwight C. Thomas, Charles W. Thompson, Fred H. Vogt, Calvin G. Wagoner, John Weston, Eddie Wilson, Everett Wil son. Second Liberty Loan. Robert L McCardle, private Co. K, 164th Infantry. Hshr. C. E, 4th Engineers. Larmon F. Wright, Just note, will you, how cheerfully dad pays the household bills these days. He's becoming both a Solomon nd a martyr in his od age , Hard to Combat. A scientist «nid in a discussion of an antl-tuberculosls campaign: "ignorance—ignorance of hygiene— Is our worst foe, and Ignorance Is very hard to combat. "I am reminded of a story about a scientist who once came upon an old flint-cutter digging flints from chalk. The scientist, remembering a supersti tion prevalent among flint-cutters, said : " 'Do you think flints grow?' •"I don't think nothin' about It, sir,' said the old man. 'I knew they grow.' •"Well,' said the scientist, 'take a flint home, put It on your mantelpiece, and see how much It grows in a year.' " 'All right, sir,' said the flint-cutter ; 'and you do the same with a potater, and see how much it grows.'" Service. The man wished to spit, bnt It was a pny-as-ymi-enter car and he was out of luck. He rang the bell, got up and went to the door of the car. At the next comer the car stopped, motoraan opened the door for the man to get off. but h« just spit and returned to his seat. All the passengers heard the motor man say : ''And still some people have got the nerve to kick on the kind of service we put out."—Indianapolis Star. in The for to The Place tha Where You Save !l We handle''every thing fresh—and a guarantee behind it. Groceries at the lowest prices. Come in and look at the prices. Garden seeds of all kinds. Dishes a t lower prices than we can buy them for. Come in and See Us—You Are Always Welcome % Roghaar's Grocery Phone No. 147 - ARE YOU PREPARED TO MEET THE REQUIREMENT OF THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX LAW? Every person subject to the In come Tax should keep a clear and concise record of his or her business, to show readily what the Income was for the year, and therefore, a WEEKLY INCOME RECORD and INCOME TAX RECORD 1b now on the market to relieve the perplexity of the farmer, manufac An Artistic / Is a Good Investment Hat We sell artistic hats for women, misses and children. They are ARTISTIC from every point of view. They are durable as well as artistic. They are reasonable in price as well as artistic and durable. They are the product of the master hand of head dress. They are for YOU and yours. ; Paris Millinery W. J. Crockett Merc Co. GROCERIES fIND MEAT. FRUIT fIND VEGETABLES Highest Quality and Prices Always Right A FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY Phone 118 a . ■ A? -V ' 1 at* Enjoy Your Vacation ; Derive the full benefit of your vacation by wearing shoes that permit you to participate in all kinds of sports. As for style—it possesses the same graceful, stylish lines that are so prominent in all shoes made by Utz & Dunn Co. I Brennan & Davis it « t Home of Quality Merchandise. A tarer, merchant, professional man and woman, and all who come within this law. This Income Tax Record can be Call and purchased at this office, look It over. It will keep your ac counts straight, and enable you to compute your year's business in five minutes. THE EXAMINER Idaho Montpelier, Agents for Bear Lake county. The Examiner—$2.00 a year.