OCR Interpretation


Montpelier examiner. [volume] (Montpelier, Idaho) 1895-1937, May 02, 1919, Image 7

Image and text provided by Idaho State Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86091111/1919-05-02/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

ED. c. RICH
I
:
!
I
l
?
I I« —^ Æ X __ _ _i
1 I I Pill Wi %/ r
M 11V A. A y m
•r _ !
kvw ^ _____ g
■ f I« ^ Ä IA _ _ A
: 1 Mât oCrvCS Best
■ •■!
— _ j
— _ I
g
g j
g I
g j
g 1
g
g ,
g !



*
r
FRUITS AND VEQETABLE8
FRBÈ DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OP THE CITY.
■■■■SssiaiiaRRRBiiaaggaaiggggggggggggggggi
m
m
».
By buying your grpeeries
right and of the store that
gives you right'kind of
goods at right prices is
your gain. Our goods are
standard brands and our
prices defy competition.
»
»
a
c
:
m
m
a
m
»
m
jRoghaar's Cash Grocery. [
PHON ■ 147
1
THE CELEBRATED
KEMMERER,
ROCK SPRINGS
CASTLE CATE
COAL
We are prepared to furnish it in ton or car load lots.
When yon buy from us yon get good, clean coal.
Williams & Hess
Phone 129
ii
COAL
WE ALWAY8 HAVE IT=
Liberty, Utah, Lump
and Diamond, Wyo.
Wholesale and Retail
Montpelier Coal &
Lumber Company
"Men are sure
getting wise to
°tobacco Quality,
says thetobaccoi
*
r
nist<
Any kind of plug of genuine Gravely
used to be good Plug."
enouffh for most of Good taste, smeller chew,
them? Nowaday# »-a*»*bt «*«<;«
nearly everybody is
beginning to learn
about the real to
bacco satisfaction
•<
eine Greveir cost lees to chew
than ordiiury tobacco.
Writ* Is;—
Genuine Gravely
DANVILLE. VA.
fw hmèUt es c àé mémf pim*
Peyton Brand
REAL chewing plug
Plu£ pocked in pouch*
I
LAW RKgilKEH THAT
WEEDS BK DESTROYED
I
It it the duty of the board of conn
tv commissioner« annually to order '
the destruction of objectionable
weeds li agricultural districts, lands j
belonging to railroads, the stste, prl- 1
vate owners, i irisation companies, or
an public rosds, according to Paul
Wenger, state seed analyst and state
seed commissioner.
"Recognising the fact that road
side«. neglected fence corners, ditch
banks and eeretain farms where In
different agricultural methods are
employed, are serious obstacles in the
statewide endeavor to produce clean.
: marketable seeds, and are the great
est factors in the promotion of weed
! multiplication and distribution, the
I state legislature In 1917 passed an
act providing for the extermination
of weeds growing in such places.
Mum Destroy Weeds.
"Destruction of objectionable
weeds shall be ordered each year by
the boards of county commissioners,
and will affect agricultural districts,
lands belonging to railroads, the
stsle. private owners, irrigation com
panles, or on public roads. Notice
! is given to the individual or corpor
'atlons to destroy such weeds as the
-'.commissioners specify, with the
* dw ''' ,or d -
"Upon failure of the Individual or
Jithe corporation to comply with the
j notice within the time limit set by
I said commissioners, they shall super
vise the destruction of such weeds,
j having the authority to employ such
I help as they deem necessary.
County Commissioners' Duty,
j "Should weeds of a noxious nature
1 infest public lands or lands where
agricultural value will not support
, the expenditure necessary for their
! destruction, the county commlseion
era are empowered to cause the de
gjstructlon of such weeds, the cost to
■ 'be paid from the general fund.
■ "Failure to comply with a notice
from the county commissioners or
dering the destruction of specljled
poxtous weeds Is a misdemeanor, and
as such Is punishable by a fine not to
exeeed f 100 and costs of prosecution.
m
m
m
CONSUMPTION OP CANDY
IS RAPIDLY INCREASING
m
[
The people of the Dnltnd Ststee
spent three-fourths of & billion dol
lars for candy last year.
If national prohibition ever gels
completely established these figures
will be easily doubled.
As a nation we are Substituting
caramels for cocktails and popcorn
balls for highballs.
Candy kettles and chocolate dip
ping tables are being installed in
breweries and sweet-ahopa In saloons.
The old-time tippler Is turning to
bonbons and the booze-flghter la nib
bling at walnut creams.
Indirectly this means a boon for
the sagar beet industry, for the real
I estate dealer and farmer.
The vlcthima of the aweet-tooth
age will not have such evils to con- '
tend with as dellrum tremers and
cirrhosis of the liver and there will
be more employment for labor.
The west-ts fortunate in having a 1
"mtiVr of b*g sugar companies that :
are bending every effort to develop |
sugar beet ra'sine and manufacture. '
The TTtah-Idaho 8ugar Co. which |
is a good representative of th" in- ;
dustrv ha s]nsf issued a renort which
shows total assets of *33. «00, 000, of 1
which over $19,000.000 are perma
nent. ' The company has 3400 stock-1
holders and paid the government j
over $1.260,000 income taxes In!
1918. It manufactured 300,000.000 '
nounds of sugar last season wh'ch
not Into Ipcsl circulation about $27,- I
000.000. That's what Industrial de- j
vetnpment moans
I
IMEN WANTED TO SELL OROCE
RT*8—SET LINO EVPERI
ENCE NOT NECESSARY
Qne of the world's largest Grocers
! 'capital over $1,000.000 00 wants
ambitious man In th'a locality to tell
! direct to consumer nationally known
I brand of grocerlea, teaa, coffee«,
'«tnlrrn, paints, nil», stork food*, etc
1 R'r 1'ne eaav galea. Value* beat any
competition.. Earn big money. No
experience or capital required. Com
plete sample outfit and free selling 1
'ns'ruct'ons start you
I'shed rel'able bouse,
lohn Sexton A Co., SS2 W. Illinois
St., Chicago. III.
I
.
Long estab
Wrile today.
r
ENDORSED AT HOME.
Such Proof as This Should f'onvtnee
Any Montpelier ritlzen.
The public endorsement of a local
citizen is the beat proof that can be 1
produced. Nona better, none strohg
er can be had. When a man comes
forward 'and testifies to bis fellow
citizens, addressee hie friends and
neighbors, you may be sure be is
thoroughly convinced or he would not
do so. Telling one's experience when
It is for the public good is en act of
kindness that should be appreciated
The following statement given by a
resident of Montpelier adds on" more
to the many cases of Home Endorse
ment which are being published
about Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it.
Mrs C. W Thompson, Front St .
Montpel'er. say«: "Once In awh'l#
my kidneys have given me some trou
Me. I suffered the worst w'th my
back, for it has become lame and
weak and ached so I could hardly
stand it. My kidneys have acted ir -1
regularly at such time« and that has
bothered me very much. I have also i
been miserable with headaches. A
box or so of Doen't Kidney Pills has
never failed to help me and cure me
of an attack all right. I certainly
have a lot of faith In Dona's Kidney
Pills ''
Price 89c. at all dealers Don't
■Imply ask for e kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pitts—the same that
Mrs. Thompson had. Foetor-Mllbern
Co.. Mfgrs.. Buffalo. N. Y.
For a Weak fUomg^h.
As a general rule all you need to
do Is to adopt a Diet suited to your '
SS, a ÆT , "^" d Â,X:i
you have eaten too much and when
constipated, taka one of Chamber-.
tala'* Tahteta. 1
SU
!
ar
:Ua
%
*
f
M
v
%
n
%
É8I
»

VÙY
m
m
ft
»
f
fin
Good Tire Year
w
You have tioubtlcM noticed
the growing preponderance of
United States Tires.
Every one is asking for tires
of known value and proved
dependability.
And that is precisely what
Unltod States Tires represent
In the minds of motorists here
and everywhere.
The idea back of United
States Tires —to build pood
tires —the best tires that can
he built, it appealing to rapidly
growing numbers.
We can provide you with
United States Tires to meet—
* and meet exactly —your indi
vidual needs.
;
if
'41
f
I 1,'W
L 1
I
■ j
f j
»
m
M
I
Ï •- W
1/
\
Sfa •»
sr^;
fyiXiflr/ ! IL
it

i
§i
I
I
8
o
Ha
t
United States Tires
are Good Tires
We Know United States Tires are GOOD Tires. That's why we sell Them
TIPTON GARAGE & MACHINE CO.. SODA SPRINGS. IDAHO
—'...—M —.
High Costs Affect Operation
Greater Revenues Required

%
%
120
UO
u
no
1IO
ïemnedHv
p
I°° ft
VO
VO
so
TO
TO
60
60
vo r
We*e
40
40
SO
30
30
IO
$o
' o
o
IO
IO
M
20
SO
1913
1914
•V17
»VIS
*OIV
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
|
I
Changes in Telephone
Compared with Changes
Ret es— 1913 to 1918
in Wages and Prices
g lWBi 1913 there has been a
bniMi in the prise o 4 all eon»modi
t*ee ami the products of industry, which has not been reflected in a
corresponding uw. ra nee In teiephi
end present high cost o4 telephone
raise In order be meet the
e revenue in juet proportion
to the enpe nee must be
>ed.
k ample. The oeet at telephone operation hae steadily ad
vanced both because of the increased eoet of material and the increased Us
ing cost of employee. The eooeu m er hae realized the neeeasity of puyinff
more for rent, for food. Art slothing end for transportation The telephone
industry hae been affected by the
hiffher praam in ell of the a «enmities ed Me.
The
eon da ions whiah here prwdueed
ISIS and MIA,
vaneed 72*t and Telephone rnles the eons try over a it ra need only 4%.
Adequate rates
fletwi
priem advanced 172%,
Needed if the eerveee is to be maintained efficiently end
to meet the in rr ae etn g demande of the publie.
on e eemprehi
Thie company is operesfag Me telephone property ander Me dA r n o tion ed
the F o*i mastt-r General fur the United Stetee Government yul mnet secure
sufficient revenue le
\ —, -, —, v . _ —,
i The Mountain State« Telephone & Telegraph Co.
L

ï
*

xml | txt