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JUDGE FOR YOUR8KLF.
Which In Better—Try an Experiment
or Proflt by a Montpelier Cit
izen-* Experience.
Something new is an experiment.
^A Must be proved to be as represent
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The statement of a manfacturer is 1
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not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends is.
Now supposing you had a bad back. 1,
A lame, weak, or aching one
Would you experiment on ItT j
You will read of many so-called 1
cures.
Endorssed by strangers from far- ,
away places. ' 1 1
It's different when the endorse
ment cotes from home.
Easy to prove local testimony. |
Read this Montpelier case:
Wm. Irving, farmer, Fourth St., '''
says: "I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills and so have always been pleased 1
with the results. When I have had
any of those kidney backaches and ,
the kidney secretions have been high
ly colored and profuse, I have always
used Doan's Kdiney Pills. Doan's P
have never failed to strengthen my q
kidneys and relieve me ' in good
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't,
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Irving had. Foster-Milburn Co.. 1
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PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS
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All Calls Promptly Answered
Rea. Phone ISSU.
Office houra: IS to IS; S to 4; 7 to S!
Office at Montpelier Hospital
"Father, would you advise me to
marry a girl for her money?" "I
wouldn't, my boy ; hut if you've made
up your mind to do it I would advise
you not to let her And it out."
I. W. Lynn
Office Over Modern Drug
Co.'s Store. Phone Ne. 40
HOSPITAL FOUR BLOCKS BAST
OF DEPOT. PHONE NO. 19
UK. H. B ECKST BOM
Graduated In Europe and United
States
Office Phone 134
1 Office Over Bank of Montpelier
Hours 9 to IS; 1 to 6
ASHLEY A HOFFMAN
Physicians and Surgeons
MONTPELIER, IDAHO
Phones 8, 63 and 169
All Calls Given Prompt Attention !
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HARRY V.FLYNN
dentist
Twelve Tears Practice la Chicago ;
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Parlors In Brennan A Davis Bldg.
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Hours: 9 to 19 and 1 to 4
OFFICE PHONE NO. 40
The
Nielsen Furniture Co*
Handles a Nice Line of
Undertaking Goods
Phone 21
AKERS
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THE VINCENT FURH. 00.
Undertaking and Embalming
a Specialty
Licensed Emhalmer
House Pbo«e 91
Phone US
H. H. KING, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
SURGEON O. 8. L. BY.
Office over First National Bank
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone 116
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Montpelier
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John Black
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buys and soûls second
hand furniture. First
door east of Whitman's
store.
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COMMISSIONERS' PROCKKDINOB. [
Midland Bridge Co.. Border
i bridge-----83343.00
At the meeting of hte county com-,
cfiMioners held on the 14th day of:
of October the following bills were al- j
Llowed and warrants ordered drawn on
the road and bridge fund:
1 Federal Reserve Bank.Mont
i pelier-Afton road
1, 0 Young
John Brewer!™
j Charles Brewer.
1 Ed Austin
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, _ _ , * H>P ' Etc., Dist. 9.
1 1 T , »wrieott...
5,r ed 'V°° ,
^" as - —
| Wm. Derricott-_
IS™ H ymas..
''' arme j'* Society
A. Kuna.
1 V* .l 8118 Y^* n *——
KuB *.
, ?' t JJ* e y -
"°" n ,""" phreya -
. .J 8 :;--
P 8 "" 5 ! * , y —
q Law ry,np ** —
waiter Lewis..
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SSÆSK-s:
Edward Sutton.
D. C .Kunz..
Bert Orr...
L. J. Shurtllff_
ChHs Olsen_
Tom Roberts..
Earl Brown_
Edwin Parker_
Cyril Humphreys.
■e-ÎVÆi:
S. Humphreys..
Owen Roberts..
Lester Allred.
j Smith A. Kunz.—
! Russell Kunz_
I Chris Buhler __
i S. N. Kunz_.!—
' John Bird
I Fred Lewis.
I Robert Kelsey
Ezra Passer
M. M. rollings, Jr
David Minson
Seymour Jausai.—
Albert Beutler -
Ernest Crossley:—
Robert Wuthrieh...
John Minntng.—
S. Peterson.—
Fred Hauber
Wm. Oakey..
John Gertsch.—
Albert Lindsay
Ross Sleight.—
Ezra Johnson
Leroy Findlay
Arthur Parker
Henry Parker.—
Samson Nate.
Henry D. Kunz—.». .—.-.
iShepherd Lumber Co. (Hy
mas l._.—-
_ 8965.25
Labor, Etc.. Dbt. 1.
» 8.00
6.00
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38 00
56.86
19.75
80.86
84.76
85.76
47.75
35.60
8.16
6 00
43.73
21.00
IS. »0
18.00
18.00
12.00
19.50
8.09
6.0(i
37.60
37.00
3.66
14.01
38.66
3.00
10.50
6.00
11.00
30.00
17.86
28.60
16.00
26.90
98.00
24.60
47.60
27.00
66.00
4.00
22.00
8.76
5.26
3 6.1
30.00
18.76
16.00
6.00
30.00
18.00
18.00
18.00
18.00
31.00
11.87
138.81
6.00
1.75
9.»0
50.00
.. 670.00
36.00
3 50
6.09
3.60
6.00
39.00
60.40
! j c Jenaen _
1 Fred Hunzeker
Jacob Jones__
Shepherd & Hymas Lumber
Labor, Etc.. DM. S.
166.60
106.00
4.00
60.40
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H. H. Dalrymple.—
; c. V. Critcher
jjas. H. Hansen
Horace Kuna_
i Walter Buhler -
(Lester Arma tage .
'Reed Phelps.
[Abner Capps.
I Stevens Implement Co.—
Chas. H. Teuscher.
Rudolph Teueller.
Alfred Jensen-
Robert Messerly
Harvey Perkins
Hugh Bagley—
Wm. Hirchi_
R. P. Nelson—
David J. Knnz
! Leroy Kuna
Alma Hayes.
Thomas Hayes.
Heber Phelps.
R. H. Groo.—
(Eugene Teuseher
! Charles Teuscher.
Henry Teuscher....
Ordered that this meeting do now
stand adjourned until ten o'clock a.
m., November 12, 1918.
J. T. PETERSON.
Chairman pro-tem.
18.00
3.00
42.00
66.00
8.4*
17.50
42.00
2.86
79.60
6.00
184.86
8.75
3.00
7.00
39 00
3.00
60.00
66.00
14.00
6.00
64.76
108.00
18.00
39.00
30 oo
Attest:
H. H. BROOM HEAD, Clerk.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Do not imagine that because other
cough medicines failed ta give yon re
lief that It wm be the same with
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Bear
in mind that from «'small beginning
this remedy has gained a world wide
reputation and im
'.cine must have exceptional merit to
le. A tned
win esteem wherever It becomes
known.

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That good
Gravely taste ■
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then a big hunk of
Real Gravely le the
>mmon-sense chew lor
w packed in a pouch.
These are the plant facts
about Gravely Plug To
iefacboo out of a
good Gravely
a long while. T
The
wo or
It fut fmnker- tlml'i r*y yam
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yw m« |W tmu •( thii timt
Gravely stays with you
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PEYTON BRAND
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INFLUENZA WORSE
THAN HUN BULLETS
Claims More Victims Than Bat
tie Fronts of Europe— Dis
ease Can Be Avoided.

According to carefully compiled
statistics it is an indisputable fact
that the Spanish Inhuman epidemic
which is now sweeping all part* of
the country is daily claiming far more :
victims than German bullets on the
battle fronts of Europe. Although
civil and military authorities have
succeeded in checking the disease in
some localities, it is growing worse In
ithers and continues to spread at an.
alarming rate. That the disease can'
be avoided there ia no longer any ;
doubt. According to leading author-j
itlea >he powers of resistance of the :
human system can be so perfected
that it can throw off almost any in
fection. not even excepting Spanish
luAuensa, which is one of the most
contagious diseases known.
It is persons who are suffering
rom lowered vitality, who are weak
nd rundown and who have not the
trength to throw it off who are the
'arliest victims. Persons who have
oad colds, who are suffering from ca
itarhal troubles, or Influents of the
nucuous membranes are especially
useeptlble, as the inflamed mucuous
nembrane linings of the nose and
hroat are an open door to the germs,
.'hi* condition (a almost always ac
ompanled by a weakened condition
jf the system.
If you are suffering from any of
these symptoms, nothing on earth i
will bnlld you up and stregthan you
like Tanlac. which contains the most
powerful tonic properttaa known to
science I
This statement is easily proven by (of
the fact that Tanlac is now having
the greatest sale of any system tonic
In less
in the history of medicine.
than four years time over Ten Million
Bottles have been sold and the de- ;
tnand is constantly increasing. Thou
sands are using It daily for the above!of
troubles with the most astonishing
»nd gratifying results. t
Tanlac Increases your strength
and weight and creates a good,
healthy appetite for nourishing food,
It keeps you physically fit and helps
every organ of the body perform Us
proper function in the natural way.
111 connection with the Tanlac
Treatment be sure and ke£p the bow
els open by taking Tanlac Laxative
Tablets, samples of which are includ
ed in every bottle.
Tanlac is sold In Montpelier by the
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U. ». NEEIM1MEN FOB !
CONSTRICTION WORK.
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Hundreds of tratisltmen, levelmen,
rodraen. chalnmen and draf tarnen
(salaries *1800 to *3000 per annum) i
are urgently needed by the Construe-,
tlon Division of the United States Ar
my 'or work on the three hundred
.rejects (coating 3500.000,000) now
n the course of construction.
Those projects are camps, canton
menu, arsenals, wards, dooka. great
port terminals, reserve atorea, ware
bouses, embarkation campa, engineer-,
!ng camps. gunnery schools housing,
lighterage, power planu. factories.
manpfacturing
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Modern Drug Co.—Advt.
and additions to
planu.
To give some Idea of the aise of
the size of these projects, the Con
struction Division of the Army advis-j
es that the amount of lumber ordered
would cover 22,000 acres or 34 1
square miles; needing in addition 2,
000,000 doors, 26,000,000 feet of;
roofing.
As many aa 19,000 workmen are
employed on a single project. *M00
workmen have been jindef the control
of the division it one time. ;
All qualified persona are urged to
make immediate Inquiry relative to
the above mentioned positions at the
office of the District SecreUry. Elev
enth U. 8. Civil Service District, 308
Post Office Building,Beattie, Wash
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Unci# Sam's BasTaener.
The eagerueaa of women to do their
Ml by canning Is shown by the enor
mous number of requests made to
government for Instruction In It. The
beat aeller among the latest novels,
cannot compete for popularity with i
the Farmers' Bulletin No. H8# on ro)d
Every housekeeper I
should send for It. There Is no charge
for It. The cold-pack methods, when
directions ore followed exactly, give
perfect results.—W
pant
Father Time la the man of the
hour.
pack canning.
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n's Home Cam
. Apparent System.
-Is this hospital run on the homeo
pathlc system?" "No; what mekes you
*T notice that blonde
nurse has a light-headed patient-"
DMrM of Idaho, tmhtli of ih*
Counties of Baaauek, Franklin, g
Oneida, Power and Hear Lake,
greeting.
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the position of Judge of ths Fifth Ju- ■
dictai District of Idaho About t»uO ■
of my friends thot enough of my quai- ■
iflcations for (his high office to go to ■
* r 1 0 " b ' e " f „ w . rUln « n " me on 5
G»o primary ballot and voting for me. ■
For this compliment I wiah to express ■
my hearty thanks and appreciation.
As the office for which l am a can
dldate Is non-political, and all meet
lu K* »re forbidden. 1 take this method
(of introducing myself to the voters of
the District and soliciting your auf
fragen regardless of party lines.
I am 36 years of age and for many
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I havs been nominated at the late ■
Primary Election as a candidate for <4
years a resident freeholder and ux
payer of Oneida County, but for the
>ast year, with my family, a resident
Preston. Idaho. I am a member
of the Isw Arm of Davis * Evans. :
with offices at Malad and Preston
and for many years past have been !
successfully engaged In the practice
of law In this district.
My education has been obtained
by burning the midnight oil. and by
an extended course in the University ;
of Hard-Knocka. commencing at tho|
age of 12 years in the coal mines !
Since then I have had courses in this |
state-as a miner, lumberman, farmer,;
school teacher and merchant, winding
up with a course In the law depart-;
ment of the Untveralty of Idaho.
1 believe In the right of all classes ;
of the communlly "»organize for
their own protection. My experience !
jn tbnae various llnee of work has j
given me a practical understanding
(1 j lbfl con( iitio«B confronting all claw
sea o{ dtiaens that would be Invalti
able the adm | n l.tratlon of juatlce.
, be | leve lha t the law should be so
adm | n | a tored aa to aecure Juatlce tom
ed wUh mercy> and that , he C()Urla
abouW alm t0 reform the wrongdoer
rather than merely to punish him
Earh v<J , er may votB for TWO,
)udK0B tbl(t rt |strlct on Ihe 5th of
November, and I bespeak ONE vote 1
from EACH voter without distinction
f ty for on# of lh(MM , office
„,J t( , d , pledge myMtr to the honest.
ipeedy aI] ^ e tp c ( Pn t administration of
tho duties of the office.
1 Sincerely yours,
P, J. EVANS.
Preston, tdnho, Oct. 15, 1918.
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TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FIFTH
date for Dlatrlel j ud ge of the Fifth!
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; J«"* utotrlet the Btate of iflaho.
comprising the counties of Bannock,
Bear Lake. Oneida. Franklin and
p ower j have served as Judge In this,
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Olatrict for the past four years At the I
time I began my duties the dockets of]
the Court In the various counties!
were so crowded and congested, many ,
of the cases having been on the dock-)
et for a long time, that It was impose- !
, b|- for tw0 men do , b!i work . ,
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tbat , ° r tbr ®* ye8r * of my Mr '|
* bo Wl,rb °* ^ w0 * no,, > * n< ' j
(did twice as much work as any man{
should do. By aUrtlng Court early In j
i the morning and holdng It until late |
ia t night I not only relieved the con-j
I ces t| on to sn appreciable degree, but t
JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
have been nominated as candl
j by Intelligent management of the!
Court affairs 1 saved the people of;
this District many thousands of dol-i
tara, and I would aak that you inquire
of the county officials of your eonnty.
who are familiar with the court work.
'«• to whether my statement Is true or
not. The population of this Judicial
District is mol's than one hundred
■thousand, and there are more than
i twenty thousand votera scattered over !
la wide area, so that If I had nothing
' else to do it would be impossible for
me to meet but s email percentage of 1
■ the voters between now end election
[day. Any person acting as Judge of
such s large District for four years
necessarily creates enemies, aa certain
tlganta, both civil and criminal, are
emtisfled with the rulings of the
[Judge, and many of these look for
ward to election day aa the time that
they ran get even for the grievances,
bub I trust that the voter will remem
ber that when I passed on a case I
heard both aides of It. but you will
only be told one..
I shall rely upon my four years'
I record as Judge of this District to se
cure my re-election.
Respectfully submitted,
J J. GUHEBN.
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Greatly BnudilMl by O is mhe r l sl w 's
Tablets.
! "1 am thankful for the good f have
(received by using Chamberlain's Tab
lets: About two years ago when I be
gan taking them I was suffering a
(great deal from distress sfter eating.
' and from headache and a tired feeling
idoe to Indigestion and a torpid liver
Chamberlain's Tablett corrected th
■disorders In a short tlma, and since
taking twe bottles of them my health
has been good," writes Mr«. M. P.
arwood. Auburn. N. Y.
PREPAREDNESS !
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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.
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Roghaar's Cash Grocery.
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If you like it here come book; if the goods aren't right,
come back; if you forget anything, come back. We'll be
here with the goods when you come back. The only
come back" to our goods Is your desire to come bade
for more. Advertised goods make you want to oome
back. We sell "oome back" goods.
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t—~ '- " 1 " 'iyy m m "vyry yg y;
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Headquarters
For Pure Groceries
WE HANDLE ONLY GROCERIES AND FOOD
STUFFS THAT YOU MAY ABSOLUTELY DE
PEND ON AND IN ADDITION YOU ALWAYS
GET AS
LOW PRICES
A8 ARE OBTAINABLE IN MONTPELIER
WE RECOMMEND TO YOU OUR
Modern Meat Maket
whore tho boot meat*, poultry, fruito and voftUMoo
or# alwayo for your oaloctiou.
W. J. Crockett Merc Co.
SuoMMora to P. 0. Hum Company
Raise Calves
Without Milk
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We eel] the Security Calf Food, oo which
you can raise your oalree ae perfectly as
you can on whole milk at a easing of from
$10 to $13 orer the whole milk method. A
$2.28 pail of Security Oatf Compound will
raiee your calf and if you are not mtieflod
with results we will refund your
Oome in and let us explain its
Williams & Hess
Phone 129
Pay your subscription to the Examiney a t once

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