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The Greatest Merchandising Event of The Year
THE É HEARTofTHESEASONSALE Is in its height at the Golden Rule Store. It is strictly a money raising sale and to induce the people to purchase their needs at this time, w e have literally slashed prices and are selling goods below present market prices. If you haven't visited this store during this sale, it will surely pay you to look over the numerous bargains we have arranged for you. HEAR TOF THE SEASON SALE PRICES ON Mens' Dress Shirts Blouses $10.00 to $15.00 Values in all silk jersey smocks and waists in heavy silk and beaded embroidery and beads —Also all plain and silk fringe trimmed in all plain *nd all the newest high colors in all sizes. Not a waist in the lot sold less than $10.00 three months ago. Special for This Sale These prices on Dress Shirts are the lowest and the material and patterns are of the best 2.00 Men's Good Grade Percale Shirt. 2.25 Men's Better Grade Percale Shirt._ 98c $1.23 $2.50 Men's Best Grade Percale in Silk Patterns $1.49 $3.00 Men's $5.00 Men's $7.00 Men's Sateen Tub Silk Patterns at.$3.98 $8.00 Men's Extra Good $10.00 Men's Best Grade .$1.98 ..$2.98 High Grade Madras. Silk Madras Shirts at. .... ality Natural Pongee $4.98 1 Silk Tub Shirts at....$5.98 $4.85 Special Prices on Mens' and Boys Goods FOR THIS HEART OF THE SEASON SALE Items listed below are only a few special low priced articles for this sale. Many others we haven't room * to mention here. $2.50 Men's Best Grade, 9 oz. Bib Overalls. Fast Colored Indigo dye, Union Made, all sizes.$1.23 25c Men's Extra Heavy Blue Wrist Canvas Gloves. Special ..,.. 12*40 $8.00 Value Men's Best Grade Mahogany Leather Calf Skin Puttees. None Better. Special....$4,45 $2.50 Value Boys' Khaki Union Suits. Sizes 10 to 17 years. Good weight material. Special $1.50 Value Child's Red Trimme^ Heavy Blue Denim Play Suits. Special .. . . $1.50 Men's Extra Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts. All sizes. Extra big make..j. $1.00 Boys' Blouse Waists. Large Range of Colors and Patterns at. j. Special prices $2.00 Value IV HEART OF THE SEASON PRICES ON Staple Dry Goods 35c Value Red Seal and Toile de Nord. Dress Ginghams, at. 25c Value 28 inch Percale, Light or Dark Patterns, at. 35c Value Best Grade Amoskeag Outing Flannels....l5c 85c Value Pepperill 81 in. Bleached Sheeting at 35c Value Best Grade 36 inch Percale at. 35c Value Bleached Canton Flannel at... 25c Value Best Grade Green Ticket Bleached Muslin at . 23c Value Very Good Grade Ivory Bleached Muslin at .. 15c Value Very Good Heavy Brown Bleached Muslin at .... 23c Value Extra Heavy Brown Muslin at. 25c Value Extra Heavy Fine Brown Muslin at 25c Value Crash Toweling at. 33c Value Crash Toweling, Brown or Bleached at....l9c 39c Value Linen Crash Toweling, Brown or Black 23c $1.00 Value Bleached Table Damask at $1.25 Bleached Table Damask at. $1.75 Value Bleached Table Damask at $2.00 Value Bleached Table Damask at. $2.50 Value Belfast 72x90 Seamless Bed Sheets....$l,39 $3.00 Value Belfast,*81x90 Seamless Bed Sheets....$1.49 25c Value Hope 36 inch Bleached Muslin 19c 12i/ 2 c 49c 15c $1.49 17c 79c 15c 79c 12y 2 c 49c 9c on Men's and Boyr Caps.49c to 98c Men's Full Grain Horsehide Wrist or Gauntlet Work Gloves $4.00 Value Men's Very Heavy Big make. 34 to 44. Special. 35c Value Men's Best Grade Pad Garters ... $1.00 Boys' Blue Chambry Work Shirts at 11c 13c 98c 15c Khaki Union Suits. $2.98 25c 49c 49c 69c 98c Hoisery BOYS' HO$E. 45c Value Boys' Extra Heavy Black Hose at.. 59c Value Boys' Very Heavy B 75c Value Boys' Heaviest Blac MEN'S DRESS HOSE 25c Value Men's Black or Brown Hose at. 35c Value Men's Black or Brown Hose at. 50c Value Men's Fine Black or Brown Hose at 69c Value Men's Fine Lisle or Brown Hose at.. $1.00 Value Men's Silk Hose or Brown Hose at....49c $1.23 25c 35c' :k Hose at Hose at.... per yard .... — Value, Best Grade Oil Cloth. Special. $2.50 Value 200 Yards New Embroidered Dotted ndieî Guaranteed Permanent Finish at....98c ue Best Grade Imported Silk Finished Printed Voiles at... $1.00 Value, some of our last year's Printed Voiles. About 300 yards in lot. Special. 13c 49c 65c 35c 12 & Or $1.00 23c 49c 33c 25c HEART OF THE SEASON SALE PRICES ON Shoes for Ladies, Men, Boys and Misses Waterproof Leathers. Also Brown and Black in a big range of sizes and styles at. BOYS' DRESS SHOES. A4 1 w Boys' Dress Shoes at prices we know 1 J} you will not be able to buy at less dur ^ ing this season for good wearing shoes $3.50 to $4.00 Value Boys' Black or Mahogany Shoes. Sizes 10 to 13*/ 2 at.$2.75 $4.50 to $5.00 Value Boys* Dress Shoes. Sizes 1 to 2 at.$3.15 $5.50 to $6.00 Value Boys' Dress Shoes. Sizes 2% to 6, at.$3.45 BOYS' WORK SHOES. During this sale we will sell as usual only guaranteed wear shoes of the very highest quality. These sale pri ces are far lower than market prices. MEN'S DRESS SHOES During this sale our entire men's shoe stock will be offered at three prices. $6.00 and $7.00 values men's Mahog any and Black English and Round Toe shoes. All sizes $5.00 and $6.00 Value Michigan made Best Boys' work Shoes, 2% to 5, at $7.50 Ladies' Oxfords and Strap Slip pers in Black and Brown. Ten dif ferent Styles in all sizes and widths. This sale only. $10.00 to $15.00 Ladies' Shoes Slip pers or Oxfords. In fact any shoe or slipper in our store—We are offer ing one of the biggest stock and as community for this two weeks' sale community fo rthis two weeks' sale only. Remember—any La dies' Shoe in the store at.. JUST RECEIVED FULL LINE CHILDREN'S AND MISSES SLIPPERS GOING FOR 4.15 $3.45 $ 4.15 at $8.50 to $10.00 values Men's high grade Dress Shoes 6.15 at $10.50 to $15.00 values or any Men's Dress Shoe in our store 8.15 at 6.15 MEN'S WORK SHOES. $6.00 and $7.00 values. Men's highest grade Work Shoes in this lot. You will find White Wolverine, Best These prices will include our highest grade shoes. $ 2 . 231 . $ 2.98 Heart of The Season Sale Prices on Underwear $3.25 Vaine Ladies' Fine Knit 98c Bleached L. D. S. Garments.$1.98 $3.50 Value Ladies' Best Fine Rib bed L. D. S. Garments at $4.00 Value Men's Double Back L. D. S. Garments at. LADIES' UNDERWEAR. $1.00 Grade Ladies' S umm er Knit Unions at. MEN'S UNDERWEAR« ■$3.00 Men's Heavy Ribbed Union Suits at .. L— $2.00 Men's Fine Balbriggan Union Suits at. — J,— $2.25 Men's Silk-finished Nainsook Union Suits at BOYS' UNDERWEAR. $1.00 Boys' Balbriggan Union Suits at ;.... $1.25 Boys' Fine Nainsook Uni Suits at ....... $1.50 Boys' Poris Knit Union Suits at $1.75 Boys' Heavy Knit Ribbed Union Suits at... MISSES' UNION SUITS 75c Grade Blisses Fine Knit Unions at .. 50c Grade Misses Knit Panty Waists with tape and buttons....25c L. D. S. GARMENTS New Low Prices on L. D. S. Garments $2.00 Vaine Ladies' Fine Bleached L. D. S. Garments at.$1.23 $2.50 Value Ladies' Better Bleach ...ed L. D. S. Garments at $3.00 Value Men's Good Weight L. D. S. Garments at.. r .$1.79 $1.49 $2.23 49c 98c $2.48 .....i....$L23 49c 49c INFANTS' VESTS. 50c Infants' Wrapper Vests at 75c Infants' Wool Wrapper Vests..49c $1.25 Infants' Wool Reuben Vests ,79c on 25c $1.69 69c 98c GOLDEN RULE MER. COMPANY Montpelier Rulers of Low Prices a I Idaho gated 1 When you purchase a Buick, you are making a known in vestment—in a car that has proved trustworthy for 20 years. _ \ - But don't take a Buick 's réputation, the words of Buick owners or our words as to Buick 's reliability as the final argument. Let us take you out in a 1921 Buick. You, yourself will be the best nudge of its sturdiness and pow er, its comfort, beauty and easy operation. Your Buick is doudly guaranteed for continuous use through Authorized Buick Service. Since January first, regular equipment on all models includes Cord Tires 'I' GROO & TOOMER Montpelier, Idaho Phono 33 WHEN BETTER CARS ARE BUILT, BUICK WLIL BUILD THEM LocalNews Miss Nettie Pearce of this city went to Brigham City, Utah, Wed nesdy to visit with relatives and fiends. --—— For the latest teclpes of good things to eat, watch the ad. of W. J. Crockett Mercantile company each week in the Examiner. Joseph Hodges of Logan was a visitor here Saturday. Prof. Morgan of this city was a Paris visitor Saturday. All kinds of cement construction work guaranteed, furnishes estimates free. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Langford, and Mrs. R. A. White of this city spent Saturay at Garden City, Utah. Tho public library will be open every Wednesday and Saturday after noon under the direction of Mrs. Groo, librarian. Mrs. J. R. Leewright and baby of Rupert, Idaho arrived here Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Leewright expect to make their home here in the fu ture. tf Alfred Blaser a-29-tf tf Mr. and Mrs. Jos Davis and little son returned to their home in Jerome Idaho, Thursday after visiting In this city. Dr. A. L. Chilton, eye specialist, will be In Montpelier May 27 from 3 p. m. to 7 p. m; May 28 from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. at the Christman Jewelry store, and in Paris, Stuckl home, May 27, from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Come early as I must leave it 2 o'clock sharp. J. J. Taylor returned to' hie home fn this city Thursday, afteT spending tho past two months In California. Mrs S. B. Staley returned to her home in this city Tuesday, after visiting for a short time In Chicago. Sho was accompanied home by Mrs. Charles Hyman of Lop Angeles who will spend a few days here visiting. Mrs. C. A. Bagley of Pocatello went to Paris Saturday where she was called by the Illness of her father Henry Rodgers. Mrs. R. H. Groo returned to her home in this city Friday, after visit ing with her son Hayes fn Laramie, Wyoming. Mrs. A. Romeo - of Soda Springs who has been visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Eugene Jewett of Nounan, went to Bern Friday td visit with her son A. Lee Romero. Wo have a selection or inlaid, E. and D. grade linoleums. Just arrived attrartive patterns, reasonable prices. J. A. Henricks Furniture Co. tf Mrs. E. E. Smith returned to her home at Fish Haven Friday after vis iting for the past ten days at the home or T. W. Smith of this city FOR SALE CHEAP — One team of horses. Will trade for milch co^s, Andrew Nielsen, section house.* tr Gem Theatre NAZIMOVA in madam peacock And Bastes- Keaton In "NEIGHBORS" « Program Pre-Eminent GEM THEATRE Saturday, May 21st w * wo super-productions W *H, bs shown at 10 and as Cents Matlneo 2:30 and Night Two Shows. If yon ever got twic«, the value for your money it's this show. Monday, May 23rd Metro Special all CLOTHES ii » f Make star cast in » > I/' \ iC ' V L L 2 Tell Your Paper Hanger To be very careful In hanging the new wall coverings you select here. They are so fine they are worthy of extra care and beside they are so de signed as to make a harmonious whole when properly hung. If yov haven't selected the paper yet coma and do so. Thq finest patterns are going fast. * Our new line of Summer Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children Is com plete. We have a wonderful assort ment at $2.98— vaines up to $6.60. THE FAIR STORE, Sam L. Lewis, Montpelier, Idaho. Hilda Blade returned to her home at St. Charles Friday after spending the past month in this city. It is Refrigerator time—Come in and sae the fine line we have in tf tf 8tUC] SaruhHuckvllle of this city went Cokevllls Friday to spend a few days visit ing frian d». H. B. Whitman of this city went to Lava Hot Springs Friday where he is going to (tale 'treatments |for hie health. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE — We wall papeiv to save you one-half on your Paper hanging, calsomlning, paper cleaning and house painting, your work done now. We go any where. R. M. Gortcinsky, one door east Gem State Lumber yard. Phone No. 849. mlltf Mrs. Alex Johnson of Garden City left for Blackfoot Friday to visit jvlth relatives and friends. CM THE OIL GAME It's Facts and Falsch»; Promoters' Tricks Expos**; Geology vs. Experience; WILDCAT" WELLS G A History of Gushers; This phamplet for 10c. OIL FIELD INSI'KlTOB 204-5 Ipu-endon Buildb»* HOUSTON, TEXAS. NOTICE TO FARM««»! All termers desiring to derricks under Utah Power ^ high tension line l>«two*« ^ Springs and Litton, should ^ B. Hathenbruck. Montpelier. * avoid «cident^ expense and phona No. 94-J.