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B II 17 FEATURING GREAT STOCKS OF SENSIBLE, DESIRABLE GIFT THINGS FOR EVERYONE AT VERY MODERATE PRICES. <ak « s. Our Big Christmas Sale starts Saturday, December 12, and our store is packed full of good values in Chjistmas gift goods of every description that will make this the busiest store in this section. Our great stocks of sensible, practical and beautiful gifts offers you the best way out of difficulty of selecting Christmas gifts. Come and look them over, give each one on your list much better with the merchandise in front of your eyes. You'll find appropriate gifts for man woman and child—gifts that are certain to please them and are sure to please you when you see how little they cost. The Mose Lewis Department Store your You can decide what to *9 L \r s y] Start a Uni-Set for Her Here is a very sensible gift suggestion. The Uni-Set idea has novelty and growing value. You can begin by giving a Uni-Set chaf ing dish lor Christmas, hollow it up with a Uni-Set samovar or coffee pot on her next birthday. A. Complete Electrical Cooking Outfit Nursery Outfit :-A double boiler adapted for cooking cereals, making custards or steaming. Also es l >cvlall y useful for warming baby's bottle at night without getting out of bed. C afing D)sh:- A ha-dsomc nickel chafing dish of conventional type with black wooden handles. it fas the stjpve m such a way as to produce the effect of a single unit. A splendïd tea urn with suspended ball adjustable to regulate the strength of tne brew. Makes perfect tea. K A coffee pot of unique design, uniform in shape with the rest of the set. Makes two pints of perfect coffee at a filling. Samovar: Percolator nnnearaiîrv-^ e1 '*/^ rtS ' ar ? Unif ° rn <; and i^ ei n ^ heavi1 ^ niclteIed the se ^ ttiakes a veryfine Lr the compleTe Se r g e ® ^ 3 ^ utensi,s -° ne stov e is all that is needed A dainty dinner or "hurry-up bite" can be prepared at Let Us Show You This Girt. a moment's notice. Utah Power and Light Co. "Uni-Set** ^Samovar/ "Uni-Set Chafing Dish "Uni-Set^ *2^ Stove^a « "Uni-Set LCoffee Pot "Uni-SefTT Nurseru t|E Outfit ■n h pi * 2, H-tJUJ Ç WHAT OF THE H0ME ' of children in our own country to , LESS AT HOME? A few week» ago a certain dally newspaper in one of the great cities started a movement to send a ship load of Christmas presente to the orphans of Europe. The idea "took" because it was new l and novel and afforded an opportunity for cheap notoriety. The fact that a ship load of food would have given greater and more pressing relief did not matter. There was no glory in sending food to the starving. Now another great daily paper comes forward with a scheme for having American homes adopt the orphans of Europe. That' like the Christmas ship, is more or leas commendable; and it, too, affords an exoellent means of advertis ing—advertising the newspaper, and advertising "some people." It is well to relieve distress in Europe. It is well to provide homes for the or phans Both may bring forth letters of thanks from kings and from queens, and leaser dignitaries. All of which, to be sure, looks excellent In print. Bnt what of home? * What of the hundreds of thousands whom Christmas will be but an empty name—a mockery. W hat of the little babes in our own country who are pining and dying for lack of nourishment? What of the mothers whose breasts are empty because the table is bare? What of the fathers who are walking the streets because there is no employ ment for them? What of the young girls in the great cities who are dragged down to the depths because their positions are gone, their board bills overdue, and they have no where to turn—no great paper to head a campaign in their behalf? Europe has our sympathy—it should have the assistance that we might reasonably extend. But, charity shculd begin at home— and the Lord knows that their is an abundant call for it in the United States today. But then, there is no glory in that— no advertising for the newspapers—no notoriety for the givers. It is just charity—and plain charity is not popular.— Malad Enterprise. Our line of bobs is complete and the best even also see our spring cutter». We can save you money.—Burrell & Thiel. BUY AND BUY. Buy a bale o' cotton. Bill; Buy a heavy ham Buy a bar'l of apple aaaa Buy a jar o' jam. Buy a box of oranges Buy a car of oats Buy yourself a suit of clothes Buy some overcoats. Buy yourself a ton of hay Buy a load of bricks Buy a pair of rubber boots Buy a fleck of chicks. Buy yourself some chewing gum Buy it by the box Buy yourself an auto Buy a dozen sox. Buy a year's subscription Pay it In advanoe Then your friend, ye editor, Cau buy a pair o' pants — E. F McIntyre. Christmas Holiday Excursions Via the Oregon Short Line, between Local Points. Tickets on sale Dec ember 18, 19, 20, 81, 28, 28, 84. 26, and 81, 1914, and January 1 , 1916; limit, January 4th. See agents for rates and further particulars. Praise for Peerless Quintette. Editor Examiner—Please express through your paper the gratitude of the citizens of Bennington for being treated to a visit by the Peerless Quintette, who are certainly high class musical entertainers, and are worthy of the support of all lovers of clean and refined music.* The quin tette are now entertaining the people of Star valley, and later will visit Bear Lake oouuty, when the people of Bennington hope to have the pleas ure of again hearing them. Horaoe Weaver. Mrs. McClain's Experience with Croup "When my boy, Ray, was small he bras subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at such-times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than auy other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. 1 am never with ont it in the house for 1 know it is a positive cure for oroup." Writes Mrs. W.R McClain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all dealet». ... conUD 9 M ® n * e bob m tne inter mountain country, at Burrell & JTniei'a. i We want you to see the beat , Quarterly Conference. The Bear Lake Stake quarterly conference will convene in the tab nernacle at Parle on Saturday morn ing, Dec. II), and continue until Sun day evening. All officer» of the stake and the public generally are invited. First Methodist Church. Services are held each Sunday as follow»: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching service 11 a. tn. Evening service 7:80. A cordial invitation and welcome Is extended to every one in the com munity to worship with us. Chas. P, Whrkl.br, Pastor. St. Andrew's Church (Episcopal*) Rev. F. M. Johnson, Jr. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning prayer at 11 o'clock. Sub ject—A Warning Sign. Evening prayer at 7:80. Subject— Our Mission. You are cordially invited to come and worship with us. Throughout Advent the red side of the envelope will be used for the work of Bishop Funsten In Idaho. Sunday will be Salary Sunday. Pledges are now due and the offering morning and evening will go toward the salary. There will be a Christinas Day service with special music at the church at 10 a. m. You are invited to attend the service. There will be a St. Stephen's Day service Dec. 26th at 10 a. m. in the church. You are welcome. Wc Want Your Cream. Bring your cream to the Jensen Creamery Co. They pay the highest market price, guarantee correct tests, and issue a check for soon as it is tested, ways at the station to receive your cream and patrons given courteous treatment.— N. C. Nelson, manager. your cream as Some one al Sick Two Year» with Indigestion "Two years ago I was greatly benefit ed through using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets,'' writes Mrs. H. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. Before tak ing them I was sick for two years with indigestion. Sold by all dealers. Remember the Saturday night dances at the pavilion; good mu sic, good floor and good order. Strangers welcome. Tickets 60 cents. Check room free. IT'S SURPRISING That So Many Montpelier People Fail to Recognize Kidney Weakness. Are you a bad back victim? 8uffer twinges; headaches, dizzy spells? Go to bed tired—get up tired? , It'« surprising how few suspect the kidneys. It's surprising how few know what to do. Kidney trouble needs kidney treat ment. Doan's Kidney Pills are for the kin neys only. Have convinced Montpelier people of their merit. Here's a Montpelier case; Montpelier testimony. Kidney sufferer hereabouts should read it. Mr». Howard Huff, Tenth St., Mont pelier, says; "When I was weak and distressed with kidney pains and dis orders, Doan's Kidney Pills came to my reaone and freed me from the trou ble. They acted quickly and improved my health. All kidney sufferer» will do well to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." Prioe 60c, at all dealers. Don't simp ly ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Huff had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo. N. W. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior U. 8. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, October 17th, 1014. Notice is hereby given that Fredrick Bartechi, of Nounan, Idaho, who on December 5tb. 1908, made D. L. E., Serial No. 01691, for S 1 ., SE>k. SEV SWJi Section 10. and NE>i NWi, Sec tion 16, Township 11 South, Bange 4J East Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final proof to tablish claim to the land above describ ed, before Smith Hoge, United States Commissioner, at Paris, Idaho, on the 18th day of Deoember, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Leroy Williams. Leo F. Bartschi, Oliver Wil liams, Ernest Bartschi, all of Nounan, Idaho. Hknry W. Kiefer, 10-80-8t Register. es Notice to Creditors. Estate of Jane Skinner, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of Jane Skinner, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claimes against, the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four mouths after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said ad ministrator at Noonan, Bear Lake county, Idaho Dated at Nounan, Bear Lake county Idaho, November 24, 1914 Hyhum Skinner, Administrator of the estate of Jane Skinner, Deceased. , , . 8 ck he * dache " D " rt y always caused b f disorders of the stomach. Correct »^m and the period.« attacks of sick h '" ld, ' che wiU di " pear Mr8 - John «•* hop ot Ro8 ® rille - ^ ,h '°' wrlte 'V "f; boilt * *8« » was troubled with mdiges *">" and bad mok headache that lasted for two or three days at a time. I doc tored and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me until daring one of those siok spelle a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers. 11 87 A Sick Headache Your Money Does Full Duty When It Buys This Sugar It represente the largest meas of sugar value money can The sugar bill of every family amounts to considerable. , of utmost importance buy. ure So it is that housewives get full sugar A It will meet the minutest de mand of the most particular housewife. Justice to your husband and the money he provides for you to the home with, decrees that you insist on— value. There is only one sure way. That is, insist on Utah-Idaho Sugar, always. This sugar, under the analyti cal eye of a score or more chem ists* has proved to be without a superior in the whole world. run * _L r best J pp» USES ~ : When Next Pay Day Comes put a part of your earn ings, no matter how small in this bank and make up your mind to do the same thing every pay day. You won't miss the money, but you will be surprised to see how quickly a good-sized fund for a rainy daj r will ac cumulate. ïm *\\ 6 " 'ui* IS 19 to 13 8f tir • - v > • • M jfx BANK OF MONTPELIER Incorporated in 1891 O. C. GRAY. President RICHARD OROO, Cashier THE HOME OF QUALITY GROCERIES WHAT PLACE Can be More Tanializing TO THE KIDS Than the Pantry With Locked Door ESPECIALLY, When They Know Its Filled With Good Things From Our Store! Be Patient, Until. Meal Time JKIds jy#p V» G. Spongberg Ed. C. Rich GROCER good;goods HONEST, «TREATMENT REASONABLE PRICES City Orders promptly Delivered-Pbooe No. 6 The Full Scuttle m of coal is just as import- I ant in its way as the full I dinner pail, but it is best I to have a full bin in the I celler. We have the best I grades of Diamond Lump * for the household, fu r* % nace, stove or range. I Thoroughly screened and I clean. — — — _ I O, FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED MONTPELIER COAL AND LUMER CO. Disease» of the Stomach and Abdomen a Specialty Dr. L. T. A. Kottendorf] Office: Next to Spepcer's Store Phone: Pari* Number 12 PARIS, IDAHO • • 4 4 D r 7 Geo!^F. Ashley MONTPELIER, IDAHO Office hours—10 to 12: 2 to 4; 7 to 9 Office at Montpelier Hospital Phones 169 and 63 All calls given prompt attention Slide trombone tor sale, .* this office.