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ED. c. RICH
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
FRUIT8 AND VEGETABLES
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
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The Grocery
That Serves Best
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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
standavd brands and our
prices defy competition.
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Roghaar s Cash Grocery.
PRONE 14T
We Sell
THE CELEBRATED
KEMMERER,
ROCK SPRINGS
CASTLE GATE
COAL
We are prepared to furnish it in ton or ear load lots.
When you buy from us you get good, clean oo&L
Williams & Hess
Phone 129
COAL
WE ALWAYB HAVE IT==
Liberty, Utah, Lump
and Diamond, Wyo.
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Wholesale Retail
Montpelier Coal &
Lumber Company
See here," says the Good Judge
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I want to remind you
about that small chew
of this good tobacco .
It tastes bett."»- because
it's good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
longer.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up m twp stylet
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tob*cco
W-B CUT is a long finp-cut tobacco
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NEW TANLAC PLANT ,
18 NOW COMPLETED
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Majmifioent New Laboratory
Has Daily Capacity of
36,000 Bottles
What ta aald to be one of the tar
I Keat pharmaceutical laboratorlea In
I he United States haa been completed
at Dayton, Ohio, for the manufac
ture of Tanlac, the well-known med
icine. which according to recent re
ports la now haring the largest aale
I of any medicine of ita kind in the
I world.
I The erection of the new plant waa
made necessary by the rapid growth
of the business, as the older plant
j waa found to be wholly inadequate
'to supply the erer.increaalng demand
which at the present rate .of sale will
amount to more than five million
bottlea for the present year alone.
By the erection of this plant the
manufacturers of Tanlac are giving
I to the world Just one more evidence
: of the remarkable growth and ex
: panston of their business, and of
their abaolute confidence In ita fu
ture.
This announcement will be read
with interest not only by the many
I thousands of Tanlac agents scattered
{throughout every state of the Union
and throughout Canada, but to the
millions who have used It beneficlal
I ly as well.
I The new building occupies 60.000
' square feet of floor space. It la six
I stories in height, practically fire
proof throughout, and in of striking
Iurchltectuaal design.
I private railway facilities.
This beautiful new structure now
stands In striking contrast beside the
older building where Tanlac waa first
made.
Visitors to the laboratories are
strongly impressed with the extreme
ly modern character of the equip
ment. Everything is provided and
splendidly arranged to promote sys
tematic and rapid production. The
very latest machinery and devices
kpown to Invention and pharma
ceutical science are here used.
The tntyior throughout Is fin
ished in spotless white, and all of the
large force of employees wear white
uniforms, which they are required
to change daily. The main off.ces
on the first floor are all finished in
Carara marble and mahogany.
The entire process of manufacture
is conducted under absolutely sani
tary conditions. Even the bottles
made expressly to contain Tanlac are
washed and sterilised electrically by
the ultra violet ray process. They
are then filled by automatic machin
ery and the finished prodhet is there
fore never touched by humuu hands.
When Tanlac was introduced into
Canada history repeated itself, and
the demand which had been created
in the United States was quickly du
plicated in the Dominion Provinces.
As a result, it jyas recently found
necessary to establish another Tan
lac laboratory at Windsor, Canada,
which is on a somewhat smaller
scale than the plant at Dayton, but
is no less moderniy equipped.
These new facilities give a daily
capacity of 36,000 bottles, but as
Tanlac is rapidly being introduced
into foreign countries, it is probably
only a question of a tew years before
even larger facilities will become
necessary. ,
While the manufacturers are nec
essarily working for capacity pro
duction, it is a fundamental rule of
the Tanlac Laboratories that the
quality of the medlciue shall never
be sacrificed to secure quantity out
put.
It also hss
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to «upply a demand never before
eaualled for this or any other med-1
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The executive sales offices are lo
cated In Atlanta, Georgia, and oc
cnpy almost an entire floor of the
fourth National Bank Building of
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Tanlac is sold In Montpelier by the 1
Modem Drug Co. Adv. |
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lv.u IJCA4JITK OK NATION«
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Jan« 17—
President Wilson plans to open bis
fight for the peace treaty and league
of nations in Belgium daring his
visit there.
Uniform quality is guaranteed by
a series of careful inspections by ex
pert ehemiats, from the time the
xoots, herbs, and barks are received
in their rough state from ail parts of
the globe until their medicinal prop
erties have been extracted by the
Ï2!î. app r?Y d proc «"«« The fin
Mhed medicine is then bottled, lab
«filed and shipped out to the tens;
of thousands of druggists through-1
out the United States and Canada.
Assuming the Germans will sign
the treaty on schedule ha now ex
pacts to leave France for home June
24 or 26.
This means he should be back
at his desk In Washington July 4 or
6,' It was officially annonneed to
day that after he has delivered his
treaty message to congreli. hVwiU
start out on his tour of the coun
trt within two or three <tava aeit
the tour will continue fn/'lnlrmf 1
mftatrfhnpproxl
msieiy tore« weeaa. i
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flAST iWTt Btvpt nv Art*
■Sil m a JxaSsîjiVÎ W I
oUUm OnAaT mBD,
ACL WORK OUARANTSXD
VYILHON WILL FIGHT
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Washington, D. C.,
GENERAL
BLACKSMITHING
—AND—
HORSE SHOEING
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GEORGETOWN, IDAHO.
Phone 191-J.11
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317 Boston Bldg., Halt lake. Phone
Was. 2070. Hoars » to IS, I to S. Her
DR. G. F. SMITH
DENTIST
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Get Your Electric Range
NOW!
to
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For a Cooler, Easier Summer
Electric cooking is not a new method—you don't have to learn
to cook all over again. It simply makes your rocipes "turn out
botter, and your work easier. '
Electric ranges are sure. A turn of the switch gives you a
definit« heat. If you want to change the heat, turn the switch
again. You need never worry about "building up" the fir
you need never fuss with coal, wood, flame or draughts.
Electric ranges save food. Meats, roasted electrically, shrink
less — sometimes saving ns much as :>0 per cent Vegetables and
fruits retain all their natural flavor and juices and arc neither
burned, scorched, nor undercooked.
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And electric cooking io clean, aafe and cool. All the host goes to cook
ing the food and theCt's no flame, smoke, ashes, fuel or odor to grime
walls and kettles.
Let us demonstrate an electric range to you. There are slues to fît
•Jl purses and needs and you cau pay the moderate coat on our gradual
payment plan.
Utah Power & Light Company
"Efficient Public Service.
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MUHT TEST CATTLE BEFORE
HHIITINU OUT OF STATE
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Beginning July 1. I » 1 9. the ship
mont, of cattla interstate without
having them proparly tuberculin
tested will be prohibited--wOth a
few exception»- by a regulation la
Hued by the Secretary of Agriculture.
The enforcement of this new regula
tion will, It la believed, be of great
assistance In preventing the further
spread of tuberculosis among live
Htock, and having the work practic
ally under State and Federal super
vision a< all time» wilt serve to bring
with the State live stock aanllsry '
offlclala and cattle own er. of 42 k
thw eradication of tuberru
11 ( 3 * 1 * from IIva stock. ,,
Recent legislation In aeversl of (be
alatea baa n, a< i e r possible to pro
!cead wlth tha work wher ^ heretofore
it baa been Impossible to do so. Fed I
«ral funds available for the work are "
inauff)rlen , to mw , prBaPn , demands,
nd now tbal lbl! cattle owners are
finding the work to be of such advnn
tago and importance the demand»
Increase rapidly
Most actlvltlea are In the "sccred
Ited-herd" work with the owners and ,
breeder* of pure-bred herds of c*t- | ,
tie who wish to free their herds from
tuberculosis and have them placed on 1
tbo list as "accredited." !
Qbou . uniformity.
Tbo Department of Agriculture,
lhroUBh tta Bureau of Animal In
dugtry ,, aow »«jvejy cooperating
Some "area work" is being con- !
ducted. Under this plan a commun |
Ity or county or some other unit de-'th»t
. idee to have all tbe catle In the »re»
tuberculin tested with a view of com- i
pletely eradicating the disease as!
Hr>on •* Possible. In order that the'
area work" may be successfully car^-I
rl*<l on. the fullest cooperation of the i
««to owner. the territory mua. ! a
b * and • ny »"-mpi "' P'o
w,,h w »»rk without the good
wlH • nd cotiperarIon of the
people will f,U
Appropriations by. tbe state, for
the coming fiscal year for live stock |
tuberculosis eradicates aggregate
about 32,600,000 Part of this sum '
will be used to Indemnify partially , y
the ownera of cattle found to be tu- j
berculous. Most of the stales now I
have laws permitting tbe psyment of
Indemnity and the Federal depart- I
ment also pays some Indemnity when ;
funds are available, with the except - :
tlon of valuable breeding animals. It '
!• »"«fnd most advisable to consign)
;tho tuberruloss cattle for slaughter i
and thereby diapose of them to the
In the greater por
d »ease is
lh<-at advantage
° f th«
found to exist to bat a slight extent.
making ths meat fit for food—there i
bjr » great saving The car
casses of such cattle, after being
passed for food by trained inspectors,
usually bring about the market price,
which sum. deducted from the ap
praised value of the live animat
leaves the amount of loaa
»he more recent h»wa this loss la
divided between 'he owner, the state.
and * fan United Butes —each stand
one-hlrtd—-except that In most
Under
«mourn that it cau pay and ilia Unit
"il Hiatus I. alwaya limited to the
payment of $f>0 for a pure bred au
luiui and 32 b for a grade.
NUHPKtT YOUR KIDNEVM
Too Man) Montpelier I'nnpln Neglect
Earl) Hyinptom. of Kiiiue)
Trouble.
If your hack I» lame—if you fed
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If the kidney secret Iona are dtscol j
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Suspect your kidneys and "take » I
atitch in time " |
Use Doan's Kidney Fills the time- |
' r ' p * n!'*V"»ù vé' you**! r ou! »I i-i•/.w 1
k JîJ!î * •• riüU " ,
Mr . !
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ihu**!«?*«/ r » T Hh " ?**'
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■ bad attack of kidney trouble
I nrt of the time, I was unable lo keep
" p Wl J b , .YiY * l* 0 ' 1
Uon uf lh '' bladder and my back was
*" la,n ' ! * n '* 1 «'"uld hardly stand
***** sharp pains through me I waa
dlxxy. my »igbt was blurred and I hail
froquent, nervous beads, he« As an
idher of the family bad used Doan's
, Mdnay Fills with good results, I tried
| , her»*nd It only took • few boie* to
[cure me. 1 ha».- never bad any kld
1 ney trouble since "
! Price 30c. at all dealers Don't
dull, tired and all worn-out
if yuu have bard licaiiacfava, back
aches and dlxxy spells
ured
! simply ask for a kidney remedy
| get Doan's Kidney Pilla -the same
de-'th»t Mrs. Oeorg* had. Foster MUburn
jCo., Mfgrs , Ruiralo, N Y
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! a „ d h .s V Mi Xo* t.1nl° J'mwh"-
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rn *> >• always disafi
pointing and unsatisfactory Thesaf..
,«•» '• »" cw this out and take it
-"h 7 oU eo as to make sur- of get
| ting Chamberlain's Tablets You will
hnd nothing quite so satisfactory for
' onsllpatlon and indigestion
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Dr. R, H. Munson
DENTIST
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HOUR«
9:00 to 12:00 and 1 00 to 5:00
Phone 134
RAILROAD MEN WILL OB
SERVE "NO At VIDENT WEEK"
Uy the afternoon of Jun* list ap
proximately . 106,0 oo railroad man in
I lut Cenlral Western Huglon will have
• sued u pledge le RO aavan days. If
l»>..ibie, without sustaining a par
aitnal Inlury.
Tim week beginning June '
has beeu U* algi.au d h) the Regional
Director of itallroads aa "No Acci
> dent Week" and according to a state
mont Issued today by Mr. H. A.
{ Adams. Regional H«parv,aor of
j Hafety ol the Central Western Reg
' loti, the lines under bta jurisdiction
I approximately total 32.000 miles,
| with 206,000 men and women on the
| payrolls
1 l * 1 " b ot ,hl * " rm,f of Industrial
, workers who have <U» idad to ellmi
! " ul " Injurie» ara 4*0 Mata
! ,y L'ciiuiiiHUm». cohjixmmk! of both of
" ,,U "orbing undar
r'Kulailona prescribed by the United
Hlataa u.ilroad Adminiairation.
According to tbe employes» them
selves, who arc taking a keen Interest
in It. »aim Mr Adams, "No-Acctdent
Week " I» bound to give a big Impetus
• o their safety work Tbs test la
something concrete, something which
they may attain definitely as a rs
auil of their efforts. This is causing
considerable rivalry among tbe roads
*n*l the m<n say that ths psycholog
ical effect upon the rank and file of
employees of being thus placed upon
their metal, together with the know
'h"' l " ,,n f,,r * »"ek they may
sctusl suffering or grief ta
*'*l f number of employees or their
famille«, makes No-Aecldent Wash'*
»•' | l »"«h while
Dally reports will be compiled by
te|. graph of progress made on »very
rallr.^d In the Centrai W eat era Re
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" 10 wb *' u h* 1 "*
pllabed.
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W ILL NOT REPEAL WAR
TIME
PRO Ht! HIT ION
Washington, D C . Jutta IT.— R».
p**al of war tima pruhibitloa aa It af
fects light win«« and bear wag vot
ed down, ten to tbraa. by ths house
Judiciary commute« today.
Effort, were mad« by Reprenants
Mive Igoe. Mieeourt, to laaort la tho
prohibition enforcement act soar be
ing considered by the commutes aa
) sm'-ndm-nt exempting light wlnaa
'- nd beer and It was upon this that
: lbe committee voted
i Tb« action today ladlcated that
(he eorntnittee will tabla reooiatloae
epeclfytag repaallag the act
' Momatime la 1000 whea I had
attack of indigestion and everything
looked gloomy to ma. I received a
free
lets by mall
they wer* auch a help to me that I
bought a package, aad I can truthful
ly say that I havu aot had a similar
|«ttaek since." writes Wm. a Wtotor.
DouglaavUto, Pa.
-4 0
mple of Chamberlala's Tah
I gar. them a trial and

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