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The
Nielsen Furniture Co.
Handles a Nice Lane of
4
Undertaking Goods
Phone 21
H. H. KING, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
SURGEON O. 8. L. BY.
Office over rirst National Bank
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone lit
Montpelier
Idaho
tJ N DtShT AIDERS
THE VINCENT FURN. 00.
Undertaking and EmhaJming
a Specialty
Licensed Embalmer
House Phone M
Phone 58
I. W. Lynn
4. H. Lynn
Lynn Bros.
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Office Over Modern Drug
Co.'s Store. Phone Ne. 40
HOSPITAL FOUR BLOCKS EAST
OF DEPOT. PHONK NO. 13
All Calls Promptly Answered
ASHLEV & HOFFMAN
Physicians and Surgeons
MONTPELIER. IDAHO
Office hours: 10 to 13; 3 to 4; 7 to 9
Office at Montpelier Hospital
Phones 8, 63 and 169
AU Calls Given Prompt Attention
HARRY V. FLYNN
DENTIST
Twelve Years Practice In Chicago
Parlors In Brennan A Davis Bldg.
Hours: B to 19 and 1 to 4
OFFICE PHONE NO. 40
DR. H. BBCK8TROM
Dentist
Graduated in Bnrope and United
SUtes
Office Phone 184
Office Over Bank of Montpelier
Hours 9 to 13; 1 to S
Res. Phone lit
DR. GEO. T. SMTIB
DENTIST
Parlors over Riter Bros. ' Store
• to 19 end 1 to t
Office Hours:
John Black
>a ¥ ) 9 r
Located in Gray's
old bank will buy
and »ell second
hand furniture.
■Phone 153-J
Real
GRAYELYS
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a Satisfytne Chew.
a toe. pouch is moor or it
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FELLOW IS! HE READ MY
bolbcaro-aho how r
HE'S JUST COME BACK I
WITH A PLUG OF j
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LOOK. FOR THE PHOTECTIOW SEA L dS Sk.
IT IB NOT KK^LGï^VELY WTTHOtlT^ffil
TWIX FALLS COUNCIL BLACK*
LISTS DISLOYAL MAX.
Disloyalty will Hot be countenanced
by the Twin Falls
defense.
tlon have forwarded
eounty council of
Officers of that organ i ta -
to the state
council the following reaolutiona
adopted at a recent session ;
' Whereas it comes to the knowl
edge of the Twin Falls county council
of defense that one A. L. HoughteJln
of this city, upon being respectfully
approached during the last Red Créés
drive by one of the best ladies who
was acting upon the soliciting com
mittee, first ignored end then osulted
her; Whereas, the said Houghtelln.
appearing before this council vir
tually admitted the offense, but justi
fied his conduct claiming that 'She
brought it on herself;* Now, there
fore, be it resolved. That, in the unan
imous sense of this council, Houghte
lin's words and conduct directed
towards any woman unselfishly work
ing in such s cause, and especially to
a lady evidently of years, permitting
her to be. as this lady was, the moth
er of American soldiers; were inex
cusable. ungentlemanly and brutal,
and that ample apology therefore, is
due both to the lady and to the com
munity, and that nothing less will
satisfy this council or the public gen-'
erally, that such an offender deserves
recognition among gentlemen and pa
triotic citizens; Resolved, That the
secretary of the council be directed
to send to each paper of this county,
for publication, an authenticated
copy of this action. Signed. L. L.
Rreckenrldge, chairman; K. L. McVle
ar, secretary."
We haven't noticed any egg stick
in' t' th' resturint knives an' forks
ter along time.
Crescent Baking Powder is
helping America today by
making her war bread light
and wholesome. Ask your
grocer. **Crescent Mfg. Co.,
Seattle, Wash.
25c a Pound.
(•m
■CRESCENT
Double Acting
BAKING
POWDER
Crescent
tT£J
ij
Double Acting Baking
Powder
ONE WEAK WOT.
Many Montpelier People Have a
Weak Part and Too Often
It's the Back.
Many people have a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden twist.
Dull aching keeps up, dey and
night.
Backaches Is often from weak kid
neys.
In such case a kidney medicine is
needed.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
kidneys.
For backache and urinary ills.
Montpelier people recommend the
remedy.
Mrs. Wm. Bennett, Front 8t.,
Montpelier, says: "Last spring I
had an attack of kidney trouble and
the worst suffering was from my
back. My kidneys acted too freely
and there was a dull, steady ache la
the small of my back that made me
miserable. I had often reed «bout
Doan's Kidney Pills, so I got some
at the Modern Drug Co. They helped
me right away and before long, I
was entirely cured."
Price 60c, at all de alera. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Bennett had. Foster-MlW
burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Old Qlorjf
1 c. rye; 8 c. white» flour; I t. aalt;
S T. shortening; S c. «hol« wheat
flour; 4 c. water; 1 yeeat cake.
Add salt and shortening to boil
ing water. Cool to
▼east cake, dissolved in a little of the
cool water. Add flour sifted together
and knead until sm<
Knead and divide tnto loaves. Let rise
as before and bake one hour.
lukewarm. Add
ooth and »oft
Oat Meal Bread.
1 c. liquid; 1 t. seit; l T. fat; 3 T.
sugar; 1 c. rolled oats; 3 Vi c. flour;
M yeaat cake; V4 c. warm water.
Scald liquid and pour it over the
oats, anger, salt and tat. Let aland
until lukewarm. Add yeast la warm
water. Add flour alfted,
until smooth and soft. Let double In '
bulk. Shape Into loavee; let riae and
bake one hour.
and knead I
Rye Bread.
1 c. milk and watet-; 1 T. fat; ST.
sugar; 1 t. salt; S c, rye flour; 1 c.
white flour; H cajke compressed
yeast; 3 T. water.
f lRiTUR ISSUED IN
GERMANY ATTACKS RULERS.
A copy of s broadside forbidden la
Germany has reached the Committee :
on Pnbllc Information. It Is a single
sheet of foolscap sise, printed on both 1
side«, and bears s coarsely executed:
woodcut representlnfl a soldier in
arms, a workman in a blouse, and s
woman shoving a rock oft a precipice,
beneath which Is seCi
bust of the Empercir, crowned and
sceptered and moustached, looking
up In terror at the fate impending.
The last paragraph of the text Is as
follows:
"Man of toil, awake from slumber!
Recognise thy growing might.
All the wheels will lose their motion
Without thy strong arm's devotion.
Down With the war! Down with the
Government!
Peace! Freedom! Bread!"
n the head ansi
There Is just one thing about It.
If the skirt keeps getting shorter, as
the war progresses, the waistline will
have to be moved up.!
j
The Examiner 83.pO a year.
Make Your Spare
Tune Profitable!
vr„ I_** _ ,
N better way to R8® ;
Some of it than in laying •
your plans for the com
ing year.
'Needed improvements'
is always a problem—
and it's well to give
them some advance
thought.
Right now is the time
to start—there's none:
too much time between I
now and the usual rush !
of spring vjrork.
To get the greatest
«mount of good out of
your time let "Custom
er'fl-Aid" ^ke a hand
Consult with
hw
our sizeable assortment
of plans mitten out ae
US.
cording to the ideas of
other customers.
Our service has helped
It will help you.
them—
GEM STATE LUMBER CO.
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T:—t-tt
RALPH ». BUCK,
Science vs. Medicine
Innumerable tests and the result of scientific investigation by Nerve Specialists have, ■♦*»«»»
the disc ov ery of
CHI-^OPRAC-TIC
proved that 98 per oent of human ailments oan get beneficial results. Why ex per im ent?
t Slight rabhrxatlotia at this point «Ü1
ro-csJtcd headaches, eye
4
*T*
2 j \l - A ft]
tins pert of the spine is the
throat trouble, neuralgia, pale In the shou l der«
t-nd arms, goitre,. nervous prostration, la
S cripipa, diillness, bleeding from sene, disorder
of flume, catarrh,
18 . The arrow head marked No. S locate«
the but of .the aptMTwlMreia aabtuxsUona will
mute «©-called bronchitis, felons, pain b et wee n
Ue shoulder blades, rheumatism of the arms A
uiders, hay fever, writers' cramp, *
A vertebral Subluxation at this
-sis, locomotor stasia, etc. e
t subtuxation of • v e rtebra la
4
3
etc.
M
w;m
4 ud abo
m
rÂ-ffr'ali
croit.
point
•o-called
S ss time, pneumonia, tuberculosis
breathing, other lung troubles, etc.
6. Stomach and liver troubles, enlarge
6 r**dt of the gpleen, pleurisy and a econo «f
t ther troubles, eo-cslled. are caused by sublu»- m
utions in this part of the «nine, sometimes ea »
us to remain unnoticed by ethers except
the trained Chiropractor.
6. Here we find the nose of ao-celled gaH
rtoncs, dyspepsia of upper bowvla, fevers, shin 7
^los, hiccough, worms, etc.
6 7. Hright's disease, diabetes, floating
ney, akin disease, bolls, eruptions end <
(iisesscs, so-called, ere caused by nerves bein g
pinched in the spinal openings at this point
e & Regulations of such tumbles as so
«Bf« appendicitis, perttaalUs, ltunbago, Me.,
fol!« .V ci iropmctio adjust menu at this point
, #■ Why have so-called sonst toatlon, rset..
blcs, sciatica, etc., when Chiropractie ad
adjustments stj^is part of the spine will remov,
heart
disease.
dilBcuU j
m
7
V 4
other
«
I
(
troy
10. A slight slippage of oae or
nominate bones will likewise produce
sciatica, together with many *dim
pelvis : - 1 lower extremities
MÛMM
of
Q. VENTER, D
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OFFICE BANK OF MONTPELIER BUILDING.
Phone 163.
PURCHASE OF SUGAR AND
PLOLR IS NOW LIMITED.
Federal Food Administrator R. F,
Blcknetl last Saturday Issued a state
ment amplifying bis previous rulings
concerning the sale of flour and sugar
defining the limitations on the quan
tities In which each may be bought
by individuals, hotels, restaurants,
boarding houses, sheep campe and the
like.
He reduces the quantity of sugar
that may be bought by Individuals
living In towns and cities to one
'dollar's worth at a time, thus modt
f y i n g the rule heretofore allowing
the purchase of sugar In twenty-five
pound quantities and no more, under
the new regulations.
The rules. Issued in compliance
with the proclamation of President
Wilson dated January 37. are In sub
stance as follows:
No reUller shall sell flour to any
customer In a city in excess of a %
barrel suck, nor In the couotry In ex
ceM of * to * barrel seek,
The retailer must Obuln a certlfl
cate In writing that the customer has
* ■«PP'y ot ■ubetitute, or such cus
tomer must buy substitutes In the
proportion of one part substitute to
two parts flour,
Potato*« as Substitutes.
Potatoes may be considered e sub
stitute to the extent of 5 per cent ot
'jthe required amount, st the ratio of
four pounds of potatoes to one pound
of other substitute,
It will be considered a violation of
lh ® ,ood c out r °* •** '»bore uuy
tomer buy * or h " ,n po **®** lon " or#
than a 30 days' supply of flour or
sugar whether bought from one re
tailer or several retailers. This regu
l»tion applies to private homes,
j hoarding houses, restaurants, hotels, j
sheep camps, logging camps, m Inlag j
camps or any other Isatituilons.
The Idaho food administration ex
poets «11 clttsens to report violations
with names and specific Instances. Ail
such reports will he treated as con 11*
cus

It Is a violation of the act for any
merchant to sell or for eny customer
to buy more than one dollar's worth
, of sugar when living In the dty, or
of 38 pounds of sugar where
lives In the country
lu
Hotels, restaurants, boarding hous
es end elm lier Inetltwtlons shell tu no
case buy more sugar or flour than
! for *9 days' supply.
Vlolatlons either on the pert of
: consumers or retailers will not be
tolerated.
■very effort will be made to secure
co-op er ation by appeals to good souse
and patriotic spirit Organisation«
requested to pesa resolutions
pledging co-operation.
are
"Individual hoarding is essentially
'.reasonable and the pnbllc should to
understand it In flagrant earn» the
names of parties guilty of hoarding
will be published and neither their
prominence nor their obscurity, will
have aurthlMg to do with the determl
e.~
atlon at this «4nlahtf>flw to Be
publish
W
Do your Steam
Plant and Plumbing
Give satisfaction?
I am prepared to correct any
faults in these lines and guar
antee you perfect satisfaction
SAVE FUEL
by having your heating sys
tem work properly. It saves.
Wm. Pendrey.


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Cash on Delivery s
On and after Jan. 1, 1018
all sales be strictly.Cash
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"The p^nallleo against hoarding j
are severe ( see sections • sad 7 ot ;
th<- food control set» and If found
ry wilt be Invoked through the
United Staten district attorney In
ld i ho
j
'Uader the food act any oee fraud
guilty of the crime of hoerdisg le
; *Uble to * floe not exceeding 1999«
1 «• *• »»»rleoned for not more ;
than two years. or both
"Where the violai Ira of the set and >
<mr ntltm and regulatkwa are flagrant
•><* * —»■ «■ *• pvehlbR rar
••"»•w from selling to the offending
retailers"
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It r-malns for era»»* American gen
■••• intent an invisible airplane,
Yon fluid
they're all Ml
till
MAIL MKftVK K BY
AIRPLANE MUMC4TKI»
Ushment of airplane mall service he
Washington. Feb 13
The eetab»
tsees Washington. Fhlledelphle end
Nit York during the summer was Is*
d lea led when the 9 nitnHf e depart
®"«*t called (or bide ra five airpMaes
servie«
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j.
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tow akin and dull eyes If so. yoq
.can get qeteh relief by faking
Tablet« •• «seated
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the directions with
De yea have
of

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