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IS IT RHKCMATISM?
Am'l You Really On the Wrong Truck? ! his : ed, we for a j ' A good share of so-called rheuma ttgoi Is caused by weak kidneys, When the kidneys fall to clear the blood of uric acid, the acid irritates », the dalicate nerves Torturing p*in.l >t dart through the affected part when ever it is moved. By strengthening ! the kidneys, Doan's Kidney Pills have ' ® proven their worth in thousands of so-called rheumatic cases, lumbago, cr sciatica, gravel, and urinary dlsor- \ der». Doan's are well-known in Mont peller and warmlv recommended by '» Montpelier people. Read thia Mont-! pelier case: j Mrs. E. E. Bridges. Clay St., say»: "Several years ago I was suffering with rheumatic pains and when 1 ny is. ble ... .• „ 0 ,._._. _ Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockfield, • a . <«!]»_._ oitooir nt Kmn Ind., states. ror an attack or DroH"| . J I A v_i Ä .„Llnl, nonn llv aiioaUn 1 chlal trouble whico uBuully assails j me in the spring I find Chambertoln'a Cough Remedy the only thing th«t! gives me relief. After using it for a few days all signs of bronchial trou ble disappears." heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a box. Doan's certainly did me good ; all one could expect. I always recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as reliable." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Bridges had. Foster-Mil burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Bronchial Trouble. The traveller ln the desert Is a well wisher. J. H. Lyai L W. Lynn Lynn Bros. PHYSICIANS & SUBGEONS Office Over Modern Drug Co.'s Store. Phone No. 40 HOSPITAL FOUR BLOCKS EAST PHONE NO. IB All Galls Promptly Answered OP DEPOT. DR. H. BBCKSTROM Dentist Graduated In Europe and United States Rea. Phone 1S$ Office Over Bank of Hontpeliar Hours • to IS; 1 to t OBe* Phone 1S4 ASHLEY à HOFFMAN Physicians and Surgeons MONTPELIER, IDAHO Office hours: 10 to IS; S to 4; 7 to $ Office at Montpelier Hospital Phones 8, 63 and 169 an Calls Given Prompt Attention HAERY y. FLYNN DENTIST Twelve Year# Practice in Chicago Parlors in Brennan 4 Davia Bldg. Hours: 0 to IS and 1 to 4 OFFICE PHONE NO. 40 The Nielsen Furniture Co. Handles a Nice Line of Undertaking Goods Phone 21 AKER3 Und: THE VINCENT FURN. 00. Undertaking afid Embalming a Specialty Licensed Embalmer » H. H. KINO, M D. Physician and Surgeon SURGEON O. 8. L. RY. Otfle. ovar Firat National Bank Off lea Phon. 10» Realdanc Phon. 110 MootpeUer John Black ft hoys and sails second hand furniture. First door east of Whitman's store. it .Phene 153-J PGP OP YANKEE SOLDIERS TOO MVCH POE THE HTX». i( 1 to to ! his voice. He's disgusted with the war, hungry, flea ridden, poorly cloth : ed, and glad for a chance to quit. "It is the German in the mass that we have respect for. Respect only for their fighting ability and training, not for their moral courage. The in ventors of the poison gas never 'shoot square ' "The gas is the greatest evil that the soldier over there has to fear. [ Hardly ever now does the gas come in | the old cloud form, relased from con-1 tamers in the enemy trenches when ' the yvtnd is right. It's usually shells that they use now. "If a man takes care, though, obeys the gas warnings and does not re move his mask until the danger is past he runs little chance of Injury or death. Preventive measures are al most up with Hun ingenuity. "A light rubber suit is worn to ward off the mustard gas. This in eludes u rubber helmet and rubber gloves and extends Just below the knees, where it is tied. The spiral or wrap legging, worn by all overseas forces, Is protected to a certain ex tent and the rough shoe also. "The 'cooties' are at one and the same time a pest and a source of amusement for every soldier. None escape their attentions. Some of the animals (animals they are, for in sects were never so dreaded or fear ed) are as vicious as can be and only a hot bath and an entire change of clothing are a means of getttng rid of »hem. "Leisure toime Is spent In cootie hunting, otherwise known as reading your shirt—and I might add. other garments as well. There are contests to see who finds the most cooties and contests to see who finds the least. "Once I saw two afflicted young men, each with his pet cootie on a match in a pail of water, betting their last franc on which would kick the other into the water first. "But for all the cooties and gas and the chance of going west there tsn t a man in the A E. F. who would trade places with a man at home It s a great game and there is a great sat Isfaction In playing it. "Among the greatest of all the players are the Red Cross snd the Salvation Army. "Next to Old Glory, the boys In France will fight to the finish for the Red Cross flag. It serves u. In In numerable ways. Canteens dot the country, are In every camp. Its work go up to the front lines under shell fire, through the gas. and minis ter to the material wanu of the sol dlers, tobacco and candy. Sometimes j the only candy aman gets In weeks or ' months is brought to him by the Red Cross in the front line trenches. "The Salvation Army woman with her pies, her cakes, her doughnut. and her coffee is a godsend to a weary hungry and, I'll admit, sometimes homesick. soldier. "One woman, dressed in a uniform, went trough a trench under enemy fire for hundreds of yards, dlstribu ting sandwiches to grateful men, and was removed to a more safe place on ly under protest. "It's such things that make the game worth while, such things and the support from the folks at home that the boys la France expect and demand. • "Right now is the time that event one should speed up. The end is in sight, if every energy be devoted to »ending men overseas and supplying them. This time next year Bhould see the Germans suing tor a Just and democratic peace—for they cannot stand the cold steel." Corporals Belknap and Peterson of Battery c of the l4fi th field artillery, «rdived in Sandpoint last week on short furloughs home, awaiting detail », instructors in field srtillery work >t Camp JackgoQ _ p _ Thç „„„ „ ttllery includes four companies, for ® er l>' units of the old Second Idaho '»»fantry. The battery L one of the cr ®ek artillery organisations of the American army, and took part in the Chauteau Thlery engagement, when '» received high praise from the French and American commanders "You can't beat the American aol »»Id Corporal Belkuap In an tn terview at Spokune. "He has the pep that the Huns can not understand and that is completely lacking in the sol dier of the kaiser. "The prisoners I've seen were a sorry looking lot. except in some reg iments of the crown prince's army. In those regiments the flower of Germa ny had been placed, for great head quarters had no doubt but what their victorious leglous would follow the Chateau Thierry road straight to Par is. But the ordinary German soldier taken prisoner is an abject, misera ble object, terror-stricken for fear the 'barbarian' Americans are going to . scalp nim or burn nlm at tnc staka. "xjitk«« , l « , l „ « « _ _ 1 " Iieil th® I H11K8 all(l tü6 1x1108 j _ . c , . « * R .i_ « i._ ~ alwaya > el,a Kamerad at the top of era ln ! Heal Gravely Chewing Plug gives the pure taste of rich leaf, sweetened just enough. A condensed, satisfying chew and it lasts. [ Jand Peyton Brand Real Gravely Chewing Plug 10c B pooch —and worth it r» r / la o gwr ««osas 1 I o r dioaw y pfag | [ i«o cAase tA> P. B. Cesveiy T P—g a, Virginia MU. A (tH PLK. (By Earl Way land Bowman) Would you kill a fighting German i( you »ere on the firing line? Would you carry ammunition to >ur soldiers? War Saving» Stamps are as Impor tn winning the war for human reedom as the ammunition with *h ich American soldier« are suppt'«» i vhen they go over »he top he German trench, war ..Tanlac tumps are the ammunition y °" : large 1 may use against the Hun **"j noney we save and loan our go a nd nent when we buy war_■* » tamps that buys the ammunition the tads in the trenches must ha at I past tect your Liberty and mine, it is "'J to us to buy every dollar « wort War Savings Stamps we can _ >• [eating. president haa ask« us to o - The president* Is commander in cnie. if the American a J r,B, "L l j to _,,__j'r«ached much our duty to buy War i euch Stamps when the president «sa» : , also buy them as it would be our duty io * Tan vhonlder a rifle, go into the tre • and step into the front line of balti_ ! now shoot a German soldier if he enoui | , lx ask us to do that. n ' ,n * * tomorrow. Buy War Savings 8 P m(in today. rtn buy The War Savings Stamp T®» , to Just the same as if you an » fiendish, fighting. Hun ,t, m cd Kill a couple and kill tn< m , y quick. . _____ I life. '.'ANDY MAKKR8UBEONL* _ _ SMALL AMOUNT OF for '. „..k >«<t Ida- bo The candy makers of titan . like ho are planning to tell the g inbllc the facta about 'he candy l - lustry and about candy aa a food pro duct. , , .. _ nd so Due to much misunderstanding ana b to a lack of a definite knowledges , the facta, the candy industry haa been, unjustly criticised and ' h ! and the average man or woman ho j ' sugar goes into the making of »nay and you will And that It '•/ h * «??•**' l opinion that all the way from 25 per cent to 50 per cent of the country » production goes Into candy making, j ag This has led many people to believe j and that If the candy factories were st l am further restricted, or possibly put out j pra of business, the sugar shortage pro -. has lem would he solved. But such would i not be the case. Ear from using 25 to 50 Perc ent. the candy Industry in nor ™*,__ ,e*' before the war. "J® d lhl „ j than 8 per cent of the sugar in tnis| country **>*""?* it Is curtailed t. 4 per cent „ - B 7 r ^JVandv mMtîlHt the were cut offfromoandy making th sugar ■' tu * t '°" " OM,d n d that ali 'he The cs'idy mahecs contend Uia au should *^e alike In the saving I 8U * ar *"?H h^L There I« ready ** v ®" J»"* 41 vJa" men than "rs no more patriotic body or men tnsn in the candy business ,and they have gladly give«'V Vat'VÄTem iS they now fe ., . _ . fl tcreata of ' l '^ , " lu, * ry fac i * the utte knowledge '^e fact» People must reallxe that the anny industry alone 0 k t0 ' L 0 ^, ng "he facts ['Copie fJ a ' d) ; d the L nr prob could be curtailed and the sugar pr n le »" r.rtm m mind a fair Kein share P" b ,i„ ^ of susarlothe to ln , th * lnd *umrv bu It up end th » 1 '^^ vllL mav aurvlve and * without further curtail *® thr " u *JV Curtailment now Is com ®« n ''^the Tuture of ?il-Tnn.W léonard Led A the '" d "J*7aetrin thl'caseshow that ^„J^w eîe made ^atallthe If no more candy were made at au tne amount ' > " UKar ** v ^ d . w w ° u Jf d * no real relief Besides » ■ *®uld work " crav^ because ea.h human body craves sweet, <L' U ^ C , or con furnsh the energy required ror co * ta ®' "'"T,'"-, overnme nt rec U "'* ed f,** 1 !! ® a ^y iTlt, ^1- " R ' h p » n « ? and ^ hl 1 « I t has d '®™ " nd ca !î dy f "*, 1 t 1 ^ r * u t * a r h * u ^' y extreme facturer, to the very extreme, u aoes e « 0 ! 'wtthThîwîïïSt • WI dy .' * every per ™ Z ^enHtlwl son In the Hnited States L en tlUed dy each month. _contribution ' Sincere Gratitude. „ Mrs. William Bell, Logansport.Ind., writes: "I deem It my duty to ex «f , « rat ' lud,> Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea, Remedy did me when I had a severe attack of diarrhoea three years "8® • It was the only medicine that relier - ; ed m e j in - ~~ : ~7—~~T T . to The worat thing about the skeje»«®, in the family closet is that it refuses ; to remain there. [ -—-—- If It were not for politics a lot of lazy men would starve to death. snt CALIFORNIA MAN GAINS 18 POUNDS i - a Smith Feels Like a New Man ■ Since Taking Tanlac— Suffered Thirty Years. One of the strongest and most con- ■ vtndag evidences of the popularity of ■ ..Tanlac throughout America la the ■ : large number of letters that are being ■ received dally from well known men ■ a nd women, telling of the remarkable J reoults they have derived from IU use. ■ Am<Mg thp many r * c ,,|„ H | tn the ■ I past few days Is one from John ■ gmlth. SIS Eighth Street Richmond. I« California, which Is especially Inter- i = [eating. Mr Smith states that he had J suffered for twenty years, with hla Ï gtomach Hver and Mduey., and had 5 _,,__j'r«ached the point where he wished = i euch breath would be the last. He; — , also says that when he began taking B * Tan , ae hp we tgtie<t only one hundred Z and forty-eight pounds, but that he m ! now w ,i g h, one hundred and slaty- B | , lx _. maktng a galt» of eighteen Z pounds—and that he feels like a new m m(in Following is his letter In full: g| '' To who,n *» m»? concern: "I, the m undersigned, can truthfully say that ■ wonderful medicine known as B Tanlac has done more tor me In thir- g , y ^ tl me (han any ot her medicine g I have ever taken before in all my g life. I have been a sufferer from g stomach, liver and kidney troubles g for twenty year*. I have taken iix g bo »»*®* ®* Tanlac, and today I feel g like a new man. ^ Before I started using Tanlac It didn't make any difference what I would e, t or drink. r distressed me . so much that 1 wished the next b rp#t h woud be my last. Alao when , iUrtBd taking this wonderful med -1 (clne> , only we | gh ed one hundred ! and forty-eight pounds. Today 1 1 j weigh one hundred and sixty-eight, pounds- have gained eighteen lbs ! l already—and am still gaining Also jbefore taking Tanlac I couldn't sleep! either night or day. but now 1 av.r j ag * about nine hours steady sleep ( j and j have an appetite like a horse. I am now fifty years of age and I can t j pra t, e Tanlac too muchfor what It i -. has done for »ne.'' i Tanlac is sold In Montpelier by the Modern Drug Co.—Advt. • — .— - . : ■ ■ RKI) (KOHH WORK j Ot'THIDK OK WAR ZONK ! The Am< , rlcan Red CroM w , r Council has issued the fifth Install of )u , tatninent wttln| fort h 'he use that is being made of the Red CroBg wa|> fulld Thl , instalment I wlth th „ a ctlvitles of the 14th dlvlalon of the Red Cross, which cov "rs all parts of the world outside the ^ ^ insular and Foreign Division of thl American Red Cross was organlxod In November, ID17. In the beginning it consisted of 11 chap twa. throe of which. In Syria. Turkey ^ p ,, rBla were t nB( .,| v * The other' k have grown to a membership of 100,000 adults and 125,000 Juniors, j ; The finished product of their efforti' brought to the Red Cross storehouse, r " apnU a yoar ] y v «| U e of $1,500,-1 «00. To the first war fund drive ihtai division gave $267,452 63 Its quota. to the second drive was $300.000 Its actual contribution was $1,710.000 The first gift came from Argentla, ! where 200 Americans known as the Patriotic Society of American Women of held 0 ba,attr wh,ch ne,tod * 106 - ü0 ° A second baxaar last year brought I $156,000 The Argentine chapter In the second war fund will drive sent ln * From Valparaslo and the coast chill, with n totsl of R-s. than 200 Americans, there came s $m, 0 00 Chill's contribution to the second wsr fund dr , ve WR , | 32 R00 Pet« chapter donated $1»,300 and " monthly contribution of $1,000 In the Canal Zone the work Is well or ganlxed and going forward and re ports from Central America show a»x e th® Walt Indie, there I. great Interest In Red Cross work InCubs »he second drive brought $156.000, Republic of Cuba, aa a gov eminent sent $65,000 as a special In Porto Rico, a steady stream of knitted garments, etc.. Is coming from the women, In addition to a general contribution of $21,601. ^j ex- ' Hawaii reports 100 percent In pro duction and membership ln the 1«t t of 1917 Hawaii contributed; Q 0(j0 ^ (he W( ,, md dr j y( , ,- am p $ 677 , 000 . In the farther east. Chins - ; ß $i,R03, for the first drive snd j j 10 o,000 for the second Japan Is working hsnd In hand wHh ^ American Red Cross In the ; flrgt dr)ve „ contributed $2.232 38 [ and If| th , a#< . ond »60.000 The tiny ,,, and of 0uam gava $».si2 57 to the of « und and f5 goo to the second ■ 3 Then there are chapter* In Spain, Bweeden, Swltxerlanrt and of course, ln the Philippine». In the Utter a ba zaar for the benefit of the Red Croae attracted from thirty to forty thou sand persona daily and netted s band ! «orne sum. A man Is never In love with a wo man nutil he begins to teil her bis [ troubles. ( aa Now Eat and Bleep la Comfort If troubled with Indigestion of sleeplessness you should read what Mias Agnes Turner, Chicago. 111., has to say: "Overwork, irregular meals Jand carelessness regarding the ordin ary rules of health, gradually under mined It until last fall 1 became a wreck of my former self l suffered from continual headache, was unable to d'gest my food, which seemed to lay as a dead weight on my stomach I was very constipated and my com plexion became dark, yellow and awake as tired as when 1 went to added to my misery snd I would awake a »tired as when 1 went to sleep. 1 heard of Chamberlain's tab leu and found such relief after Uk ing them that I kept up the treatment for nearly two months They cleansed my stomach. Invigorated my system, and since that time 1 can eat snd sleep In comfort. 1 am today entirely watt. K PREPAREDNESS l "■« . ■ .J«»iM'ns «_ ■ We are always prepared to sup ply you with everything in the line of groceries. Fresh fruit and vegetables when ever they ar« to be had. Our increasing business is evi dence that we are selling good goods at right prices. m m m m m m 3 « ■ Roghaar's Cash Grocery. s KHONB 14T GROCERIES Selling good, fresh Groc eries is our business and if it's in the grocery line we have it. We aim to please. Headquarters For Pure Groceries WE HANDLE ONLY GROCERIES AND FOOD BTUFFS THAT YOU MAY ABSOLUTELY DE PEND ON AND IN ADDITION YOU ALWAYS OET AS LOW PRICES AS ARE OBTAINABLE IN MONTPELIER WE RECOMMEND TO YOU OUR Modern Meat Maket where the best meats, poultry, fruits and vegetables are always for your selection. W. J. Crockett Merc Co. Successors to F. 0. Hansen Company Raise Calves Without Milk We sell the Security Oalf Food, on which you can raise your calves as perfectly as you can on whole milk at a saving of fron» 810 to 812 over the whole milk method. A 82.25 pail of Security Oalf Compound will raise your calf and if you are not satisfied with results we will refund your mosey. Come in and let us explain its merits. . Williams & Hess Phon« 129 year .14 or older you will find aoth | ng bettor than CbamherUio's Colic ! ,„ d Remedy, followed by | ba a do ®* °* caat °r 0,1 " «hould bo j kept at hand and given as soon as th* flrat unnatural iooeeneae of the j boweU appears. -- ; - Th* experienced maid wanu to be a man'» flrat love, but the Wise widow I prefers to bo kin last. I Harrte»-, la Children. ! For diarrhoea in children on. A sm'Ve ta the bud and n laugh to th. full bloom. A. V. PETERSON AND PAINT WORK PROMPTI.V EXBLYTBD