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'HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
PmJIT* and VEGETABLES
FRK* DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS
OP THE CITY.
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By buying your groceries
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
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THE CELEBRATED-
KEMMERER,
ROCK SPRINGS
CASTLE GATE
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COAL
We are prepared to furnish it in ton or car load lots.
When you bny from na you get good, clean coal.
Williams & Hess
Phone 129
C O A L
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Liberty, Utah, Lump
and Diamond, Wyo.
Wholesale AND Retail
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Montpelier Coal &
Lumber Company
"Surest Thing You Know,"
says the Good Judge
It's a cinch to get a real
ç izlity chew and save
part of your tobacco
money at the same
time.
A small cV»?w of this good tobacco
gfves real lasting satisfaction.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
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RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT Î3 a long fine>cut tobacco
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HOW GALLANT AIR*
' FIGHTERS MEET DEATH
One of the mysterlee of the war ln 1
the air aeema at last to hare been
aolred. It concerna the life of Frank
Luke, an Ariaona arlator attached to
the Twenty-seventh squadron, who la
described by Captain Rickenhacher
as "the
greatest fighting pilot of the
war," In bis book. "Olghtlng the
flying circua," Rickenbacher aays
that Lake, like Quynemer, iraa "swal
lowed up in the skies." never having
been heard of after he sailed away
one evening to shoot down German
observation balloons.
It is only now. eight months after
__JL Luke's disappearance that the A. E.
F newspaper, the Stars and Stripes.
* 8 able to tell what appears to have
• been the likely details of the airman's
Balloons were Luke's fav
* death.
, orite game. They were hard to down.
B even a flaming bullet seeming not
5 to Ignite the gas, as. Rickenbacher

B and others frequently found to their
■ chagrin.
■ his war on the "sausages" because
• utterly heedless of a storm of bullets
g from the German guns protecting
p I the balloons,* he went close to the
■ ; big bags and fairly ripped them open
* with a fusillade. Once, In 20 minutes
pi he put down two balloons, two fight
R ing Fokkers and
■ airship.
Luke was successful in
A photographing
■ On his last night, according to the
B story gathered from German sources,
2 Luke downed two balloons and stnrt
p ed for a third, pursued by a German
B squadron. He got the third balloon
J i r.nd a fourth, and then, wounded,
p : sud ten miles behind the enemy I
B ! Unes, he descended a little south of
Bjtiie Woevre forest, fired the last bul
21 lets from his machine gun into Ger
p man troops, and scorning to surrend
B : er, drew his pistol and fought until
•jshot to death.
■ j A bad soldier he was, according
■ j to standards of discipline, for he Hew I
J when and where he pleased, remain-1
«,«*! away from headquarters If he i
■ chose and appeared to have the Bame
" contempt for orders that he had for
the enemy. Possessed of an ambl
lion to equal in a single year the
record of Fonck, who at that time |
had sixty official victories, the Ari- j
sons youth—he was only 2i-went
furiously at the mark. His exploits
of 14 official victories in eight days
stands unequaled, Rickenhacher says
in the history of air fighting.
A man often forgets the exact name
of the article ho wishes to purchase.
and as a last resort takes something
[else Instead That Is always d'sap
pointing and unsat'sfactory. The safe
way is to cut this out and take it .
with you so as to make sure of get
ting Chamberlain's Tablets You will
find nothing qu'te so satisfactory for
constipation and lifdigestlon.
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Was. 2070. Honrs 0 to 12, 1 to 5. Her
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Gut This Out and Take It With You.
DR. G. F. SMITH
DENTIST
317 Boeton Bldg., Holt Lake. Phone
rice first class. Prices reasonable.
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E. E. HINCKLEY.
Physician
and Surgeon
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Specialty
er

Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 6
Office over Modern Drug Co
MOVTPKLIER.
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John B1 ack

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agent for Singer Sewing
machines. Full line of sup
plies always on hand. Sec
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in exchange for new ones.
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R. H. KINO, M. D.
Physician and Burgeon
H UR G BON O. fi. L. BY.
Office ever First NaUoaal Beak
Offlee Phone 111
Reeldeaea Phone lit
I Montpelier
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HARRY V. FLYNN
DENTIST
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OHes Over Bonk of Montpelier
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is geared to it joyhandout stanoard
that just lavi'hes smokehuppiness
«very man game enough to make a bee line tor a
tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe—^id or new !
Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you ll hnd aplenty
® That a because P . A. ha s f/ie quality !
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite
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tongue or parch your throat than y<»u can make a hon* .
drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch
out by our exclusive patented process I
You just lay back like a regular fellow and ptfr to b
the cards and wonder why in samhill you diun't nt.u .
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than
to remember back I
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Prtnct Albert
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pMi kmmi-lnt I «MA . -it i •«
—thml rlsiwr. practice/ pmmntt cryt„l
mouiMar toy thmt Aeep. tiro lokrra
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.. Wtnaton*Spl
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Rarnoliis TolMiceo Ce
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WATER WORKS MAN
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After Searching for Years He
At Last Finds Medicine
That Ends Trouble
Rarnoliis TolMiceo Ce
GIVES OUT FACTS
"I have tried for years to get
something that would relievo me of
my troubles and have found it at
last in Tnnlac," said /Vlfrcd Jolly, of
3291 Quitman street, Denver, Coloru
do - and Bn em Pl°y«« of the water
wor *L* d«P a rtmont of that city.
" For " loM * I 1 " continued
, my 8t0 « nach waH In *uoh an awful
x ,hat 1 ''on 1 ' 1 cat hardly a thing
. wllhouf b< ' ,n K ln '"'"«T Afterwards,
1Cvcn ,ho »«»"»* foods would blest
me up wlth K " 8 and 1 was constantly
be,ch,n K up »our. undigested food
that at tlmos would almost choko
m \ and often I would get so nervous
'that It was almost impossible for me
to rest at night. I suffered agony
from Vheumatism and was in such a
wretched condition that 1 was hardly
\ ft for a thing.
"After trying nearly everything I
could hear of I took Tanlac, and It
8urn hit the spot and has made a
j different man of me. My uppetlte
is splendid, ru» nerves steady, I
sleep like a log at night, have gained
! eight pounds and am in better shape
jthan I have been in years."
! Tanlae is sold In Montpelier by the
Modern Drug Company.
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WORLD'S LARGEST
SALOON QUITS BUSINESS
BRIDGEPORT, Ohio. June 14 The
largest Aloon in the world haa gone
out of buslneas under the dry amend
ment to the state conatltutlon, beat
big other wet goods establishments
by a full month.
it Is located in this little city of
4.200 souls, just across the Ohio riv
er from Wheeling. W. Va. It Is own
ned and operated by Hal Ungerleid


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The saloon employe»} sevenly-sev
en bartenders and clerks and had
218 feet of bar For the past year
or two its deposits have been tG.Obo
or 11,(00,000 s year The saloon
has made Bridgeport one of the show
places of the valley.
Ungerletder is 38 years of age. H»
Is a millionaire and says he never
smoked or drank Intoxicating liquor.
;He estimates that since IMS appro
jxlmately 20,000 drinks a day have
been sold over his bar. He also
claims there has never been s fight
In his saloon He attribute« tht
largely to the fact that be refused
to sell drinks to minors or a drunk
In addition to owning the world's
biggest saloon. Ungetielder is s
J hanker, manufacturer, mine owner,
ioll man. hotel owner snd vice prea
Ident of s strset railway company In
Columbus. Ohio.
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Boous 1s Nat e Good rare.
; From the Ames. lows. luteUigencer
When a man come» to you all doub
led up with pain and declares he will
die In your presence unless you pro
j core hlm s drink of whiskey, send
: hlœ t0 a or else give b'm s
dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy There Is a mistaken
notion among a whole lot of people
'that booze Is the best remedy tor eoL
MONTPELIER MAY
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GEi German gun
Congressman Addison T. Hmlth
hus introduced a bill in Ulie iluut«
or Representatives to donate tUe cap
lureu German guu or liowiuer
isrgc caliber, taken by the Amen
of
can Kxpedlllouary forces to this city
I" Addition to Montpelier the bill
provides that Uertnnu tannou be do
nuted to Uolsu, Twin Falls, Pocatello,
of
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of
( 1 Blackfoot, r*. Antliouy,,ner"
^Buley, Buhl, Burley, Filer, Jeruum.'the
Kexburg, Pieatou, Mountain lloius.
'^oodlug Arco Fuirlteid Runen Mil
^ UOQlu *- Arco ' »* "•rglwicl. Rupert. Mil
Lau Fall«, .Malad,
and Drlggs.
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Kigbÿ, MundlaA
a comum
The bill, known as house bill No
2943, has bueti referred to
too on military attairs.
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HlHl'KtT Y CM It klit.MiTH
Too Many Montpelier I'mplr Nsjlrct
Early toy mpeoma of Ktalaey
T rouble.
If your back Is lame— If you feel
dull, tired snd sli-woru-oul —
if you hsvs hard headaches, back
aches snd dlzxy spell
If the kidney secretions sre discol
ored—
Suspect your kidneys snd "tak* a
stitch In time."
of
Uee Doan's Kidney I'llls the time
tried. homo-endorsed kidney remedy.
It may save you from some serious
kidney trouble.
Make use of the experience of Mrs.
l'arley IV George, Third Ht Hhe says:
''Just this last spring 1 was down
with s bad attack of kidney trouble
I'art of the tim«, I was unable to keep
up with my back 1 had Inllaaiina
non of jbe bladder and my back was
so lame and sore 1 roujd hardly stand
I he sharp pains through me
ditzy; my sight was blurred and I bud
frequent, nervous headaches,
»•her of the family bad used Doan's
Kidney Pill, with good results. I tried
I hem and It only took a few boxes to |
""vPä •T.rr 7 7 hM '
Är a •"ss !r r ÄL! i
get Doan. Kidney I'lll»- Ih. same i
Co* 1 MfanPTu'ff-^o'N K Y i
t o . Mfgrs, Buffalo, N Y
I was
As an-,
The bet you Integged lo make but
didn't Is always s safe bet.
Olrls. If slngleo «es le bliae, tu folly
lo t>e wivee.
Dr. R. H iMunson
DENTIST
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HOUKM]
9:00 to 12:00 and !:00 to 5:00
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E FORREST TAYLOR A CO.
again Thursday night
K Forrest Taylor and his apian
<ilil stock company come back to the
Montpelier theatre on Thursday night
of In "Teuuea.ee'. Partner one of the
moat ettthrnlllng romantic drama«
that the favorite stock comany has
bill played here. Mias Viola Dane. Mr.
do- .Taylor's new teodlug lady,
splendid
Antliouy,,ner" and Is winning new laurels In
Jeruum.'the cities it has been played m to
date •
Mil ». . -
Mil- for the remainder of the week
part in "Tsunessee's
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Manager K A. Ilruugh has billed the
usual splendid
programs Tonight
ICnld llennott In ''The Keys to Right
courons«/' a virile, strong picture with
the beautiful Australian star ml her
very best, and one of the concluding
«.p'sodne of "The Lure of the Circua*
are billed. Tomorrow night "The
Hpender" and a Ixmesome Luka com
edy, 'The Doubtful Dub" will
shown in "The Hpnndnr" Bert Lytell
ploys the port of a red blooded young
man teaching his miserly uncle bow
to enjoy life. It is an appealing com*
edy of youth, love and adventure.
Kitty Gordon In "Adele", the nur»
No
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an»: human dramas of the present
'Milling limes will be shown o» Moo
>|ay night.
Moving picture manag
ers who have shown this picture a*
8ur * *'* r Brough It Is one of the moat
successful pictures of the year A
I-uthe
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A,,C * it,yvm Th * , ' ton
' ,OU8 *' ■ super production of the
=''>ry that was one of the greatest
.iraiuaUC
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««il ^ i***"" 4
to | WednsidTy j£*S I» DM» feTdla
' v aas
i sr
i fo«,; wide and tu •— -
i Th,f4 trom '' •«h nit^Tm iZt
ferson g»d on Jefferson strsot Iron
Third to fieveath strsets. t reach to
be J feet wide snd «H feet deep;
»■»lal excavation approximately S7»g
feet The council reserve, the right
to reject any or aU bids Proposals
should be marked Bits for digging
land refilling trenches '*
By order ot rtty, council
THOMAt BARHBTT. dork.
news will also be shown.
succes.ee u> stage history.
NOTH R KOR RIDH.
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but
Mr. WUIer i «red of
' Hemeslme tu l»gg when I had
«Hack of lndlgsotlon and everything
looked gloomy to me. | receive« a
free eem pie of Chamherlala's Tab
Ni by mall. I gave the«
I - ley* were sueg a help to me the! I
f bought a package and I cam truthful
. T 1 k8t * not had a similar
' » WWIer.
ixxialMVllle, Pu.
a trial and
'Of time, hat there are other watch
flittera.
I em still la the
Fare life lusuranee
protection st
n. Kam.
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