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Our store is a quality store—when you buy
any goods from us they are quality good
it makes no difference whether you buy
table linen, ginghams, handkerchiefs, or
anything that you may buy from us will
be worth every cent you pay for it.
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Now is the the time to buy rub
bers and overshoes—there will be
lots of sloppy weather and it is
a good idea to keep your feet
warm and dry. Come to our store
and let us furnish you with feet
protection.
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YEARS OF SERVICE
fou say that's a long time,
|i bet it is. In those six
tvs we have stood the test
lur products have met with
|ir approval. We ask you j
to try it loaf of our bread j
1 quality bread that has
ui the test.
ntpelier Royal Bakery
"VERYTHING ALLWAYS GOOD
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I. H, King, M. D.
IYS1CIAN AND SURGEON
I Surgeon O. S. L. Ry.
lice over First National Bank
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone 115
Idaho
itpelier.
HENRY BREEN
gives lessons in
Singing, Organ and Pianoforte
Playing, Harmony, Counter
point and Musical form
EXPERT PIANO TUNER
Leave orders at Hotel Messerli
Phone 181
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Plumbing !
One of the most important
the home is the
things in
range.
to pinmb your home call on
—we will set yon right on
When you get ready
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all points.
WILLIAM PENDREY
From the Latin.
The Russians, wno were slightly In
fluenced ny the Latin races, say that
cogs Park and the wind carries it
t.A'ay," tiut the French, Spaniards, Ger
mans and English, who have inherited
more than they wish to acknowledge
from anci-'-nt Rome, all agree that
harking (logs don't bite," and we have
so in English the warning to "have
t are for a silent dog and still water,"
.«ion l, clearly a free translation of
ho Latin original.
Ml« Hallucination.
"When i take too much quinine for
my malaria, bb 1 occasionally do, con
fessed the Old Codger, "it affects my
dead and makes me think very foolish
things, f remember once of getting
so that I heard queer noises in my
head, and for nearly a whole day fan
cied ■ was an 'Hon.' and was being so
licited Dy my many friends to run for
the legislature."—Kansas City Star.
Shortened Length of Lance.
The war lance of the middle ages
was aDout sixteen feet long, the pres
ent-day lance rarely exceeds eleven
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Sign of Good Digestion.
When yon see a cheerful and happy
old lady you may know that she has
good digestion. If your digestion is
impaired or if you do not relish your
meals take a dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets. They strengthen tbestomacb,
improve the digestion and cause a gen
tle movement of the bowels. Obtain
able everywhere.
GEORGETOWN NOTES
Georgetown, March 8.—Some ot
the energetic people of our town are
preparing to put on the operetta en
titled "The Jolly Farmer»" at the
ward hall on Tuesday night, March
14. It is an interesting little affair
and it i» to be hoped the people of
Georgetown will patronise it as well
they usually do home talent pro
ductions.
Ivy Dunn is spending a few weeks
at Kaysvllle. She will also visit for
some
before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hot! are at
home from Nounau, where they spent
several weeks while Mr. Hartschi
was doym with rheumatism.
Mrs C. W. Hess returned from the
Montpelier hospital Tuesday. Her
condition is much improved.
Last Friday night the Georgetown
Dramatic company presented "The
Frozen Trail" to a crowded house.
All were well pleased with the en
tertainment and it is to be hoped the
company will give us another good
play soon.
as
time at other points in Utah
AN OVID ITEM
(Received too late for last issue)
The ladies' Kensington has been
too busy for words this year. We
might say in passing—this being leap
year—that there are hope chests in
making, which it will take a pretty
tine millionaire sort of a man to ac
quire.
Follow ing the lead of the weather
man, there have been "showers" and
"snow storms" innumerable and Mrs.
A Peter Nielsen was caught un
awares in a snow storms on Feb. 23,
wlien 18 of Ovid's daughters dropped
in and spent the afternoon in chat,
and needlecraft. Mrs, Peter
song
had great fun in opening her parcels
and finding the giver among those
present. The event will always be
pleasantly remembered by her.
Instead of toasts we tried the art of
complimenting our right-hand neigh
bor at the luncheon. It was decided
that the person giving the best coin
pitment should have the prize. Then
tie and the fun was left over
was a
until the next meeting which will be
held at the home of Mrs. John T.
Peterson.
Some of the members agreed that
Dr. Ashley might properly be count
ed in »» be had taken "nine stitches
in time" last wesk.
KkAhi v. Brooks.
Wear Fura of Necessity.
Throughout the cold latitudes ot
China during the winter the Chinese
of all classes wear fur wool or hair
lined garments,
have their Rheep or goat skins, and
people of the middle and official
classes nave many sets of garment»
lined with the rtenest rurs.
houses are raretv heated to a comfort
able temperature, and n consequence
they wear tneir furs ootb indoors and
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Even the coolies
rheir
When to Take Chamberlain'« Tablet«.
When yon feel dnll and stupid after
eating.
When constipated or talions.
When you have a sick headache.
When yon have a sour stomach.
When yon belch after eating.
When you have indigestion
When nervous or despondent.
When yon have no relish for your
meals.
When yonr liver is torpid.
Obtainable everywhere.
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