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3 e. BUICK T H*. VT, ' EmbitmofSatu/artm bnblrmnjSatisfaction e) <9 Present Lines of new Buick six-cyl inder models will be carried thru the 1922 Season. Beginning June 1 the new series and prices will be as follows, f o. b. factories, Flint, Michigan. Old Prices New Prices $1795 $1495 Model 22-44 Three Passenger Roadster Model 22-45 Five Passenger Touring ... Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe ... Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan ... Model 22-48 Four Passenger Coupe ... Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring Model 22-50 Seven Passenger Sedan ... $1795 $1525 $2585 $2135 $2895 $2435 $2325 $2985 $1735 $2065 $2635 $3295 GROO & TOOMER Montpelier, Idaho Phone 33 WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM LOCAL NEWS Amy Dalrymplo of this city left for a visit in Salt Lake, Provo and other Utah points. It is Refrigerator time—Come In and see the . fine line we have in stock. Nielsen-Jones. Pauline Hoff and Maud Tippets of Georgetown were visiting here Sat urday. No mistake. Nielsen-Jones prices will be found lowest in the city. Mayor-elect Joseph Fuller of Coke ville was seen on our streets one day last wqek. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE — We save you one-half on your wall paper. Paper hanging, calsomlning, paper cleaning and house painting, your work done now. Wo go any where. R. M. Gortcinsky, one door east Gem Stato Lumber yard. Phone ml3tf SHOE REPAIRING— J. W. Arnold located one and half blocks south on Ninth street. Work guaranteed. Un til further notice leave work at Rog haar'a Grocery. tf tf Get No. 349. mll-tf I ffMH m ,*/ mm |feo£ The Appearance on the Table of THE GRACEFUL GRAVY BOWL which is AN ANNEX TO THE MEAT PLATTER is a sure indication of A fine Steak, Tender Roast or Juicy Chop, if from our shop WE MAKE SELL— and DELIVER— ICE H . H . HOFF MEAT OLDEST MEAT FIRM IN BEAR. LAKE COUNTY PHONE 137 MONTPELIER JDA> ü Twenty-Five Years Ago ) iituuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiMiiimiiitiminimiHiniimniiiiiiittmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiuiiinmuiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiMiHiiliUliiniitmiiiiiiiiiitimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu FROM THE FILES OF THE EXAMINER, JUNE 20, 1806 S3 The Examiner editor never loafed around a barroom long enough to bo taken home on a Btrecher so drunk he could not tell whether he was in Boise or New York. The «ordinance committee of the city council have instructed attorney Chalmers to revise the ordinances so they can be printed and the citizens know what are in force and what are dead letters. It has been three years since the last revision was made. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jones Jr., Friday, June 19th, a girl. Ned Boles is back from his trip to Big Plney. He expects to soon lo cate there permanently. Messrs. Jos Fuller and J. F. O' Connor will start work Monday on the race track. They will put it In excellest condition for the Fourth of July races. About next week, Monday If all goes well, Joe Fuller expects to have a sprinkle at work on Washington Btreet and 3rd avenue. The necess ity of such a wagon has made itself manifest and Joe with his usual en terprise, has taken the matter in hand. Success to his efforts. No. 1, Sunday night ran over and killed a monster mountain lion about one mile west of the city. The car cass was found next morning by the section foreman and brought to the city. The big animal measured over eight feet from tip to tip. How he came too get in the way of the engine is not known. The bank was repapered this week now presenting a handsome appear ance. The new addition to the Fair is being pushed to completion rapidly. John Mackin tho section foreman at this point is advertising for sec tion men. They are wanted to handle the new steel Just received for the railway. It is said that all of the Japanese House Painting, Decorating and Calsomining R. MILLER Is the man to see Phone Burgoyne Hotel, No: 8 section men on the Short Line fired and white men put in their places. We hope the report is true that English speaking people hereafter draw all the checks out of the railway company. change will involve about one hundred Jobs. About thirty of Mr. Q. C. Gray's friends tendered him as urprise on arrival home last Friday. Games music, etc., were the pastime of the evening. A delicious luncheon was served. Dr. Hoover while attending the district convention of the Woodmen Boise was elected as president of meeting. The local camp feels highly honored by the selection, but then it was worthily bestowed. Next week we will have the plea of writing up the wedding of sure two well known Montpelier people. Their cards are out and contain the names of John W. Wedel and Miss Rose Lehmann. The ceremony is to take place in this city at their future residence. The date it Thursday, 25th of June. The Bennington band will be at Soda Springs on the 4th. water town will be in it this year with their celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hager, Mrs. B. Staley, Mrs. Wm. MoGilvary and Miss Anne Jensen formed -a mer party that went to Pocatello Thursday night for a visit with friends. Mrs. Wm. Chapman gave a de lightful tea to a few lady friends Friday last at her home in thic city. pleasant afternoon was passed in social intercourse and all left with the firm conviction that Mrs. Chap man was an ideal hostess. The Soda Floats for Boat«. S. B. Van Horn of Manhasset, N. Y., is the Inventor of a scheme for making boats unslnkable. The safety boat is provided with a couple of um brellas of rubberized fabric, one on the port and the other on the star board side, attached to the gunwale by a sort of outrigger. When not in use the umbrellas are collapsed and take up little room, the outriggers being swung alongside of the craft, out of the way. But in case of danger the outriggers, are hastily swung outward into position, the um brellas spreading automatically. Harrowing Experience. "Whnt's the trouble?" asked the sec ond assistant sporting editor. "I've just had a call from a woman who had written some 'free verse,'" said the Sunday editor, who was shaking all over. "That ought not to upset you." "Ah!" groaned the Sunday editor. "D*t she read It to me and threw In a lot of gestures."—Birmingham Age Herald. DOLLAR DAY THE EXAMINER Will Print 150 BUTTERWRAPPERS I > < < for $ 1.00 Order must positively be in our office not later than noon, on FRIDAY, JUNE 3 You may order by mall to get the order here early, and call for them on Friday or Saturday, June 8 or 4. BE SURE TO MENTION «-DAY NEW SUBSCRIBERS Will be given Eight Months Subscription for $ 1.00 On "Dollar Day" June 3 and 4 For a full year add 50c RARN ROUM AND PLENTY OF IT Tin Ban Baek of the Mose Lewis Store HAY IF WANTED ALSO BUNK ACCOMODATIONS Premises guarded by night watchman George Phelps, Manager ■ Do Clothes Make the Girl ■ ■ m m K » «6 ■ We hope not, but you wUl admit that a fresh dainty dress will go a long way toward making her attractive. Organdies have come to the fore as a smart fabric, correct, becomming and girlish, and is holding its own among sheer fabrics for afternoon frocks. ■ ■ m a LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW MODELS WE HAVE VALUES WHICH WE TERM EXCEPTIONAL n ■ ■ ■ Brennan ÔC Davis Home of Quality Merchandise i i ■ a <r* ö» <P q dj <jj c* Cj Ö* fljùj C» <£ __«p «p «P «p «p «!> $..$$$$$$$$$$..$$$$$$ $$$$..$$ mm mm Wm # mm mm » mm mm mm mm gj mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm - AN OPPORTUNITY FOR mm mm mm mm mm FURNITURE BUYERS mm mm mm mm THIS FIRM IS GOING TO MAKE DOLLAR DAY A REAL EVENT FOR YOU. With every $3.00 purchase you make in this store during this event. We will give you an extra Dollars Worth of Goods EXAMPLES: mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m'm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm If you buy $30.00 worth We will give you any other article in the store worth $10 If you buy a $300.00 bill we will give you an addi tional $100.00 worth An extra dollar for every three you spend. There is no limit to the amount you may purchase EVERYTHING IN THIS ..STORE GOES EX CEPT RANGES Let us Furnish your home on DOLLAR DAY and SAVE YOU MONEY mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm TERMS.: .CASH. mm June 3rd and 4th only mm mm mm $..$ $$$$$$ $$$$$$ ! $$..$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$ OF COURSE WE KNOW iî'S I HARD TO WAIT WHEN THE I SL OW AND DINNERS;I L SS r m l SH T patience manIIj a moment more AND YOU'LL BE RE~FAID r v vM Î w/ / IF FROM OUR 5 TORÇ it A\3f0 gm* WEEKLY RECIPE v „,. .. STRAWBERRY SCUFFLE « tbsp gela - eggs beaten ^rith tho* 1 ® 6 1-2 cup sugar - Add the yolks of the ef"ntU thicÄ AHs fi ning , cup BUgar - Cook over hot wat until dissolved Str.t? d ^ geI , atine - «oftened in cold water. Stir beginB to thîokon fois , an< L C001 n lce wa ter. When the mixture whipped cream Torn th th ? . wel1 beeten whites of eggs and tho salt P u P nt d il C ch e med oT "ÄStoST* aDd P&Ck ln ice and WE SHI THE HUîREDIE^ts"^ -^ W.J.CROCKETT MERCCO. m groceries & meats QUALITY AND SER.VIÇE "