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PEACHES AND
PRUNES
A CARLOAD OF FINE IDAHO ELBERTA PEACHES
WILL ARRIVE FIRST OF COMING WEEK
Place Your Orders Early
LARGE SHIPMENT OF IDAHO PRUNES NOW
ON OUI' FLOOR—NONE BETTER
Concord Grapes and a general variety of
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Obermeyer Fruit Co.
Montpelier, Idaho
Phone 113
Mrs. Anna Hansen is spending a
few weeks in Riverton, Utah, visit
ing relatives.
We will ship for cash with order
by insured parcel post charges all
paid to your office. Peaches $2.90
per bushel. Red (and blue plums,
$2.76 per bushel; Tomatoes 90 cents
per 26 pound crate, * Order quick,
Cash Feed and Fruit Co., Brigham
City, Utah. s2-9
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Sparks,
of Nampa, came to Montpelier Mon
day to be in attendance at the funeral
services for their sister-in-law, the
late Mrs. Alfred Oakey of Dingl®.
Dr. 3 . F. Alexander of the Alex
ander Optical Company, Salt Lake
City, will be at the Burgoyne Hotel,
Montpelier, Sunday, September 4 th
from 1 to 6 p. m. Dunford's Hotel
Bloomington, Monday September 6th
from 10 to 12 a. m. and Paris Hotel,
Paris from 1 to 6 p. m. Monday Sep
Those having any
LOCAL NEWS

tember, 6th.
trouble whatever with their eyes
iul
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Wright
and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wright and
their families, of Bennington, re
turned Wednesday evening from
Brigham where they had been spend
ing a week visiting and enjoying
vilfrijltr" Thhy were guests ot Mr. and
"HMn^-'Will H. Ridd, former residents
t, ,of Montpelier, who now reside in
-tlm ptah city.
Owing to the decline in the price
of floor, beginning tomorrow, we will
increase the weight of oar loaves of
bread and sell them at the same
price, two loaves for 25 cents.—
ROYAL BAKERY.
--County Treasurer Miss Amy Munk,
spent a few days of the week in this
\ctty visiting relatives.
New Fall and Winter Goods Continue to Arrive Daily
nnounciog our first showing of exclusive coats, suits, dresses, shirts ar)d
blouses for ladies and nyisses, in tl)e most correct at)d pleasing apparel
erjer presented by tl)is store, fill the new models for autunyo are here.
It will surely pay you to come to our store and look over the many dainty lines
A
¥ jl Ityril' $ ■ Fashion's latest designs in women's headgear will
111 the lVilllmeiry Lrep2lirtmeril be found at this store for autumn. Our milliner is
at your service at all times and every assistance will be extended to you in making a selection of a new fall
hat that will ever give the highest satisfaction.
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Come in today and see this smart display af the latest models
every line of women's apparels. Y ou'll be rewarded
We are complete outfitters for men and boys
New Fall Suits Are Here
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DEPARTMENT STORE au*un
HOME OP HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES FOR MEN
Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry V. Flynn re
turned the latter part of last week
from their trip through the north
west. They spent several days in
Spokane visiting a brother of Dr.
Flynn.
Fall plowing is always tho best city,
plowing for Bear Lake Valley.
Spring weather is usually so unfavor- and
able. Tho ranch that is flowed in ed
the fall always gets the big crop, es- ency
pecially if I. H. C. Success Plows M.
are used. Our line of Plows is com- j
plete—Let us show you.—Thiel & ^
Olsen Bros. Home of the I. H. C. day,
Line. Where Service and Quality j
Count, s2-30 j

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Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sunderland left
Sunday for Dallas, Texas, where they ■
will be located for a time.
See S. N. Kunz for your Insurance j
while you can pass an examination.
The yearly cost per $1000.00 lnsur- 1
ance, age 16 to 21, $11.66; age 30 |
$14.43; age 40 $19.66; age 60
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$29.41.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Vorse, and
children of Salt Lake spent a few
days the later part of last week In
this city visiting at the home of Mr.
nd Mrs. M. B. Cherry. Mrs. Vorse
is a sister of the judge.
PUBLIC LIBRARY—O pen each
ednesday and Saturday afternoon,
rs. O. H. Groo in charge.
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F. M. Williams and company carry
the famoufl Pathe line of phonog
raphs. Come in and hear the Actu*_i??*r~
elle, the very latest creation in the
talking machine line. Also complete
! lino of records —_ i*
f' TtrFi^ Tohn Jewett is spen-»'
week in Salt Lake visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Run* of
Wardboro, welcomed a fine girl to
their hame. Sunday ev<*»4ug*__
Dr. A. Ij. Chilton, eye specialist,
will be in Montpelier Aug. 26 from
3 p. m. to 7 p. m.; Aug. 27 from 8
a. m. to 8 p. m. at the Christman
Jewelry store, and In Paris, Stuckl
home, Aug. 26, from 10 a. m. to 1:30
p. m. Come early as I must leave
at 1:30 sharfc.
Miss Mercy ice, assistant in the
auditor's office at Paris, was a visit
or to Montpelier the early part of
the week.
For the latest recipes of good
things to eat, watch the ad. of W. J.
Crockett Mercantile company eac h
week in the Examiner. tr
Misses Louise Cherry and Mary
Wilmore returned to Pocatello, after
spending their vacation in this city
visiting relatives and enjoying the
th e waters of Bear Lake.
—The fellow who takes advantage of
the elements of plowing in the Fall
is the fellow who reaps the Big Crop.
The Spring weather is usually so un
favorable for plowing that now is the
right time. Our line of I. H. C. suc
cess plows is complete. Let us show
you the several advantagous features
of this line of plows. —Thiel & Olsen
Bros. The home of the I. H. C. Plow
Line. Where Service and Quality
Count.
Mrs. James Smeath is here from
Bancroft spending a few days visit
ing Mr. Smeath and friends in this
city.
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Do you want to reduce your fuel
expense? We are selling a superior
quality Utah Hard Coal at 26c only
per ton over the price asked for
Wyoming soft coal. You can appre
ciate tho big saving. No soot, no
rock, no slack. Excellent prepara
tion and best service. MILES MILL
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ING & ELEVATOR CO.
A baby girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Escher of Raymond last
Saturday
Mr aad Mrs. Herbert Pitcher of
smithfield, spent several days last
and the forepart of this week
visiting relatives and friends In this
city,
We have a complete -stock of Pathe
and Actuelle records. Can be play
ed on any make machine. Also ag
ency for tho Pathe phonograph. F.
M. Williams.
j Mayor M. J. Davis made a hurried
& ^ business trip to Rock Springs Mon
day, returning Tuesday,
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Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King, who
, ^ ^ „
l recently removed to Grace from Ban
croft, were visiting relatives and
■ friends in Montpelier early In the
iweek.
Mrs. O. H. Groo spent last week in
j
Salt Lake and Ogden visiting rela
1 fives and friends,
30 |
60
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sunderland,
jr.. had as their guest last week and
tho early part of this week, Bruce
Rutherford, of Spokane. .- , . u "» ■>
Miss Sarah Richardson of Provo,
returned to her home Saturday after
an extended visit here, guest of Miss
Amy Munk.
The Actuelle —the phonograph dif
ferent, sold bv F. H WlHltnn, tf
AHtwr LdfSnä^Barrett is spending
her vacation visiting at the home of
her Bister Mrs. Joseph Smith, In Og
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Actu*_i??*r~ . ,, , .. .
the ° 1 wlnK ,^_, th< ; de * ,lne to the pr '^
of flour, beginning tomorrow, we will
i* iincreasq the weight of our loaves of
and then J a ' tho f* me
two loaves for 25 cents.—
YAL BAKERY.
Mrs. Russell Brough hau returned
to her home in Salt Lake after a
pleasant visit at th-e home of-lfsi bh«T
MwuB AI Beow*
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-— LADIES
Coats, Suits, Dresses
We are showing a complete new line of Ladies'
Coats, Suits and Dresses at prices most reasonable
Call and inspect them. We guarantee to save you
— money on —
New Snappy Fall Merchandise
$2.48 to $4.98
Ladies All silk blouses .
.$9.98 to$29.98
.$15.98 to $49.98
.$9.98 to $29.98
.$2.98 to $7.98
Ladies Shoes
Ladies Coats.
Ladies Suits .
I duties Dresses.
Ladies Plaid Skirts
Ladies all silk petticoats $2.98 to $4.98
Ladies Sateen Petticoats
Ladies Gloves.
.79c to $1.49
98c to $2.98
$3.98 to $5.98
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The
Golden Rule Mercantile Co
Rulers of Low Prices
Mrs. John Brennan and Mrs. T. J.
Hartman spent a week in Boise visit
ing relatives and friends.
Five minutes are well spent by
looking over America's leading line
of Men's wear, as we are saving from
$6.00 to $10.00.
isfaction for a suit.
Fred Seiler, local tailor.
100 per cent sat
Come and see
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Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dalton, sr.,
and Mr and Mrs Frank Dalton> j r . t
returned Tuesday from an extended
visit to Sprlngville, Utah, where
they visited relatives.
WE ARE READY to do outside
Painting, Paper-hanging, Paper
Cleaning, Calsomining. Call us be
fore you let your job out to anyone.
Wa stand behind all of our work.
Second hand furniture taken as part
R. M. Oortcinsky one door east
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pay.
Gem State Lumber Co., Phone 349.
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\ L. W. Tanner, who was local dele
gate to the convention of Brother
hood of Railway Carmen, held re
cently in Toronto, Canada, returned
to his home in this city Tuesday.
SPECIAL PRICES
n the following as long as they last
Outing flannel, 36 inch — - -17 %c
Bleached Muslin, 36 inch
9-4 Sheeting JL --
Mens Heavy Overalls -
Mens Hose, 2 pair ...
Ladies Hose, 2 pair -
Mens Medium weight shoes solid
■\ leather per pair
Byya and Girls school shoes some
thing that will wear at
H. B. WHITMAN
of
..15c
40c
.$1.23
..25c
_25c
$3.75
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Joseph Robison and son Duzette
are spending a few days In Salt Lake
where Mrs. Robison is receiving med
ical attention.
Very Fine Sweet
Prunes
$ 2.00
Very Fine Blue
Plums
$1.90
Apples Later
F. 0, B. Your Postoffice
From
Farm to Kitchen
MILLVILLE, UTAH
Want Column
WANTED—to hear from owner of
farm for sale. State price. Mrs. W.
Booth, Box D Hipark, Dps Moines.
FARM WANTED—Wanted to hear
from owner of a farm or good land
for sale, prices reasonable.
Jones, Box 551, Olney, 111.
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FOR SALE—Good L. S. Smith typ"
writer in excellent condition. Call
and try it at this office. Pries
reasonable.
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FOR SALE—Three room hous.;,
small barn, 20 acres of land; two
miles from town. ThQmas Wil
liams. * à2G-!f
FOR SALE—Six room modern house
practically new, on Jefferson si.,
Call at the Examiner office.
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FOR SALE—By owner, 40 acre ir
rigated farm, three- miles from
Richfield, Idaho. Partly in alfalfa
plenty of water, small house, and
barn, good crops, good climate,
Priced right. Ternis. See H. M.
Moore, at Rlter Bros. Drug Co.,
Montpelier, Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Five room house, newly
painted and in good condition, for
only $1000.00. Enquire of C. II.
Frederick, city.
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FOR SALE—Two New Home Elec
tric Sewing Machihes. Will sell nt
cost for cash. Idaho Electric Co. *
Tell your wants through this paper

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