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FRUITS ARD VEGETABLES
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THk 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
prices defy competition.
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Roghaar s Cash Grocery.
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We Sell
THE CELEBRATED
KEM MERER,
ROCK SPRINGS
CASTLE GATE
C O A L
We are prepared to furnish it in ton or car load lots.
When yon buy from us you get good, clean coaL
Williams & Hess
Phone 129
C O A L
S==WE ALWAYS HAVE IT:
Liberty, Utah, Lump
and Diamond, Wyo.
Wholesale A.ÏND Retail
Montpelier Coal &
Lumber Company
"Listen!"
says tit«» Hood Judge -
"And remember it, too.
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The better the quality of your
chew, the more you'll enjoy it.
You'll get more out of your to
bacco money, too—you'll save
part of it for something else.
A small chew of this quality
tobacco tastes good — and it
lasts and lasts.
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THE REA! TOBACCO CVrW
f>::t t.jc stylet
i «ut tobacco
W-L CUT is a long fine-cut tblatco
{LIGHT CUT
WORLD,8 RECORD 18
BROKEN BT TANLAC
Bottles Sold in Four Yean
I Would Reach From New
V«_w *_ _ «...
York to Denver, Oolo.
Four yearn ago Tory four people_.
had ever hoard of Tanlac. Today
ilt unquestionably baa tho Urgent
sae of any medicine In tho world,
and is as well known in Canada as
in this country. In the brief period
of only four years time this now,
famous remedy has leaped from oh
; scurlty to the eery pinnacle of sue
lts fame in fact, has long
since spread beyond the limits of the
continent, and numerous inquiries
J regarding I are now being recelsed
I from many foreign countries.
Very few people, however. fully
realise what a really wonderful rec
ord Tanlac haa made. Indeed, if It
• ■were not for the unquestionable facts
S aud figures given out by the largest
2 rnd beat known drug firms of the
■ country the story of lu success would
«be hard to believe.
■ Up to January first the toUl Bales
■ of Tanlac amounted to approximate
«ly twelve million bottles. The de
■ mand. however. Is Increasing, for
• during the first ten weeks of this
B yeBr oyer one million bottles were
■ «old and distributed in the United
B States and Canada, the exact figures
B being 1,305,186 in three monks.
« At this rate, therefore, the sales
■ for the present year will amount to
5 more than five million bottles. This
■ will mean that 17,00 bottles of Tan
" l ie wiU be sold during svsry day of
■ I he year, or 8100 bottles for every
Z hour of the average working day.
These figures are too stupendous
! for the average mind to grasp, but
2 one may visualise what twelve mil
Z lion bottles mean by imagining them
Z laid out in a single file end to end.
! Thus laid they would make a track
S «7 Tanlac from New York through
■ Chicago, and on to Denver. Colorado;
? or they would form a double track
5 of Tanlac from the Great Lakes to
■ the Gulf of Mexico. Plied end on
■ end they would tower 186 times as
! high as Pikes.Peak, or rise 13,888
■ times higher than the Woolworth
■ building In New York, the tallest
5 building In the world.
The demand for Tanlac has become
■ bo great that lu sale Instead of be
5 Ing measured by the gross as other
■ preparations have been. Is now reck
■ oned by the carload, and even by the
trainload. In proof of this It Is a
noteworthy fact that the leading
drug Jobbers everywhere now buy
Tanlac almost exclusively In carload
lots. To supply the Pacific Coast
trade alone requires from forty to
fifty carloads per year. Jobbers of
the Middle West are selling from
seventy to eighty cars per year.
The well known drug firm of Hes
slg-Ellls Drug Company of Memphis.
Tenn., has sold over forty carloads
since the Introduction of Tanlac In
that sUte four years ago.
Within the past ninety days, ten
carloads of Tanlac have gone to sup
ply the demand of British C
bia, Saskachewan, Alberta and
toba, Canada.
The Owl Drug Company of San
Francisco, the largest retail drug
gists on the Pacific Coast, state that
they have sold more than 160,000
bottles at retail, which surpasses
the remarkable record of the Jacobs
Pharmacy Company of Atlanta, who
have sold approximately 80,060 bot
tles at retail.
Tanlac Is composed of the most
beneficial roots and herbs known to
science. The formula compiles with
all national and state pure food and
health laws of both
States and Canada; and absolute
merit and merit alone Is responsible
for its phenomenal and unpreesdau
ted success.
Tanlac Is sold In Montpelier by
Modern Drug Co.
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the United
( ITE8 RULING« ON
AUTOMOBILE LICENSE«
Persons purchasing automobilst
before August 1 must obtain a full
year license and cannot take oat what '
U known as a half-year license,
many have believed, according to W.
A. Kincaid, Ada county
Recently, I have had many In
quiries in regard to the half-year li
cense on automobiles." soys Mr. Kin
caid.
"A half-year llcunwe starts
Auguat 1 and the person licensing tbe
car must come Into possession of It j
after that date In order to obtain a
half-year rate under the law.
"Many Inquiries are made under
what conditions can an Individual
carry a dealer's license. Au individ
ual, according to law, can carry a
dealer's license only after ha
made application accompanied by the
fee for a license of hia own, and then
can carry this license only It days.
Tbe dealer cannot let an Individual
have a number under any other con- -
dit ions and comply with the law.
"In exchanging n licensed car for
another people should take cars of
tha value of tholr license in tha trade
and leave thd plates on tbe ear for
which they were purchased. There
la a heavy fine for the violation of
on
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each of tbaso laws.**
Com plaint hi fMMrm.
There is not anything Ilka so many
deaths from this di s ease now aa be
fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy came into auch gen
Wben thin remedy Is giv
en with castor oil aa directed sad
proper care la taken aa to diet, U U
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Mr. W. O. Campbell, of Butler. Tana..
«aya. "I have naed Chamberlain's
eral tue.
Colic ami Diarrhoea Remedy for
r.T.r.^Äb'ragir^
used f or thia purpose."
However, the early boom doesn't
■ always £*■«* the
SUSY ACStt Ok' STATE
LAMM ARE TO BE SOLD
1 —The moat împor
*"* " ,e * Ter h * ,d ,n
Idaho, and one of the moot Important
ew h *, d |B , -terinounuln ^
tlon. will begin July 1«. at Arco,
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|* n " -®ty at Rexburg. In
eluded In the aalaa are 45,000
{of land appraised at from $10 to $46
1 Fremont and Madison counties all
except the Butte couty offerings be
ing Included In what la known
th . .. „ .
*"* upper Knske Riser »alloy, one
Ik« heat known and moat fertile
seres
The lands are situated In
per acre.
Butte, Bingham, Bonneville, Teton.
dry farming sections In the west.
The terms of the sale are one
tenth of the purchase price and tho
first year's Interest on deferred
pay
menu in cash on the day of sale, and
the reel In forty annual Installments
at 6 per cent interest. Some of those
lands have bean under lease, and con
tain lmprovemenu which must he
paid for In full on the data of sals.
In cases where the land Is In crop. '
the present tenant Is to be allowed
the benefit qf tbs harvest.
Tbs sals opans at the courthouse
at Areo, on the Oregon Short Line
Mackay brauch. July 14. The next
sale is at the Bingham county court
house at Black foot. July 16.
follow aalee at Idaho FalU, July 18;
Dflggs, July II; St. Anthony. July
8$ .and Rexburg. July 85. The land
dapartment has separated the sale
dates so that those who are unable
to secure land at one sale may have
opportunity to look over the coun
ry In other counties before the next
•ale comes on and select the land
on which they desire to bid.
The state land department, under
the direction of I. H. Nash, land
commlsslonsr, has prspsred a circu
lar showing a map of the lands to
be sold, location of the lands and
considerable valuable Information
as to the precipitation records, rail
road facilities, crop and climatic
conditions and other matters of In
terest to the Intending purchaser.
Copies of these circulars may be had
on application to Mr. Nash at Botaa.
Then
NOT DUB TO HEX ALONR
Montpelier Women Hava 1 .earned
the Cause of Many Mysterious
Rains and Aches.
Many women have come to know
that eex isn't the reason for all back
aches, dlisy headaches and urinary
disorder«. Men have these troubles,
too, and often they come from kld
To live simply, eat
sparingly, take better care of one's
self and to use Doan'« Kidney Pills,
Is bound to help bad kidneys get
better. There la no other remedy
so well recommended by Montpelier
people. Read this case:
Mrs. C. A. Critter, Front St.. Mont
"I.have used Doan's
some
nay weakness.
poller, say«:
Kidney Pill« off «nd on for
tim« and they have been of
help to me.
great
Often I have had at
LVrVl. 0f h«e n .^, 'T.* 6 When ' h *\*
hardly been able to keep up around
tho houae. My hack I, sa been an
sore and lame that when I sal down 1
for any length of time. I could hardly I
get up. I have also suffered from !
dl*«y a pel Is and frequent headaches
and have had. attacks of rheumatic i
palna. A box or so of Doan's Rid
ney Pills has never failed to cure ;
en attack like that,
faith In Doan's."
Price 60c at all dealers. Don't >
simply ask for a kidney remedy—-get i
Doan's Kidney Pllla~-tbe same that
?? r *' Sl tlaer - Fostnr-Mllburn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N Y.
I have groat
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Dr. R. H Munson
DENTIST
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HOUKM:
9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 0:00
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Phjrsicisn sad 8urgeon
BURGEON O. S. L. BY.
Ofttee ever rtm National Saab
Offlee Rhone
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OKNERAL
BLACKSMITHING
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That We Are Now
Ready to Serve You
\/fOTOR car owners cf this com
**' munity hereafter may
on us for a full supply of th
dependable
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firestone
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Tires and Service
Come in! Let m explain why you
should havo those inbuilt Firestone
extras that stand up a&ainst the &rind.
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Come in and test our prompt, effi
cient, courteous sorviee. It will
fcreatly increaso your motoring
pleasures. Our charges are reason
able; our work always reliable.
Firestone Tubes and Accessories
also on hand.
MONTPELIER AUTO
REPAIR AND m
SUPPLY CO. Æ
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LIVING MONUMENT TO
OU l( DEAD HKROHM
Memorial« In cold «tone with their
allegorical figure« are not enough to
P®rpetuale the memory of our dead
. ,, , „
who Kn '" u *' At lesat that I.
1 l k* belief of the citizen» of Clorlnrtn,
I lowu, who on Memorial l»ay coo
! trlbuted s fund toward s living mon
I. ,, . ... .
i W,,t T,, " 1, -° n * Kr ** ,ch war
Pknns make up that living monument,
; one fatherless child for every Clär
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i ,led m « n and wom *" of ibai town
»111 care for there little French or
pbans with this fund, paying for their
inda boy who gave his life for the
cause of humanity. Tbe public aplr
'support through tbe American branch
of The Fatherless Children of France
an organization co-operating with a
similar ono of which Marshal Joffre
is head, tocare for «he little French
children left fsthgrless through the
havoc of war.
t There are 60,000 French wir or
phans still unplaced on the list of tbe !
American organization Throe dol
lars a month, or ten cents a day. will
support one of these children The
Clsrlpda citizens bave paid for each
child "adopted" 136.60 for a year's
support, with tha Intention of repeat
Ing the sum annually until the child
Is capable of caring for Itself. This
■mall sum supplements an equal
»mount paid annually by th«* French
«Government to each war orphan and
tiny though It Ik. provides for the
! child's support
In Ita reconstruction work, France
haa wisely centered its greatest ef
forts on the care of Ita war orphans.
Fatherless Children of
recognising that theae lit
tle vlcttma of the war should be the
wards of a world made safe through
their father's sacrifice, undertook,
early In tbe war. to furnish god
mothers and godfathers for these
children—American godparea's who
would contribute tan cents a day to- I
ward their support that they might |
remain with Ihelr mothers Instead of |
and The
France,"
being placed In Inatltationa, and wbo
would, besides this, write to the little
ones to Whom they bad become bene
factor« Donation* of any aum
from a dime (one day's support) to
$3 00 fa month's support) are no
lldted. aa wall aa the pledgee
134 50 a year
ablee one to select aa awe's protege
a special boy or glrf from the organi
zation's lists of children Un Wal
af
A yearly pledge en
ter 8 Brewater of Chicago )>** been
appointed chairman of a special can
p î** n tn •****'• «••-«eot^a day
Dom'bt "SET
Hoorn 6,6. 4,0 .. M^gn. 5R£
Chicago.
Dr« «* )g so ft« et 1 mos a matter of
form and form is often a mat tar
LEAGUE MKMHKRH AMR
A FEW guamoNB
NAMPA, July 1.
The raw la the
camp of the Non partisan letgas Is
41 ill pendlug both In and ant of
•ourt The farmer members who
ihjcried to tho Soclaliat'e altitude
of Scholia and M«Kalg, beads of tha
organisation In Idaho, and to tha
anarchistic utterances In their a.wa
ll. per, I h. official organ of the
league, defending Deba and mitiga
ting tha use of bombs, also object to
the Importation from North Dakote
of Mr. Hall to run the league's af
fairs Several of them.
Ing quite a body of farmer* have
signed a statement directed to tha
atsla committee of tbe teas«* as fol
lows: a
ropraaout
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| ** • m *° °all» ou a woman (he la
| pl"»»cd either when ho
goes
First—Why tha state e<
Ittae
holds no meetings, and awNMtagly
takea no Interest In tha wallers of
the organisation?
He«-ond—Why,if this la. as ws war*
Informed when ws signed up with
the («ague, a democratic urgaalaa
rton and If the langue believes la tho
people ruling, was t* necessary to
import a man from North Dakota to
act as tbe stats manager without
consulting tho members of tha panyT
Third- Do you believe
doing your duty to your fellow as
hers when you allow each high
handed proceedings, either with
without your consent? De you look
upon the members as merely dumb
caul* that must go wbaravap tha
leader says'
you are
Fourth—If you cannot act
board why nal resign and let tbe
(bta
people select men wbo will take an
In irrest ?
DR. G. F. SM1HT
DENTIST
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Fhyiicion and Bu tkpchi
Offlee
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Phones 62 and 63

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