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»J The"Z'Has More Than Rated Power The work delivered by the "Z" Engine goes beyond the horse power rating we place on it. This gives greater value for your money—increased service—longer life. The "Z" has large inlet and exhaust valves—easily accessible —insure smooth, steady running—complete fuel combustion. Tight compression in the accurately machined and polished cylinder increases "Z" Engine power—reduces fuel and power losses to minimum. Positive, dependable Bosch ignition adds to power output—provides hot, powerful spark —insures quick starting. Complete combustion gives greatest power from each gallon of fuel—prevents formation of carbon —means more power at lower cost. Other "Z" features are; Runs on kerosene, coal oil, tops, as well as gasoline; built in Bosch high tension oscillating magneto; every part interchangeable; clean-cut, efficient design; long-lived endurance. Come in and see thia cele brated engine today. Factory Prices: 1*4 H. P.. 3 H. P.. 6 H. P. _$ 75.00 .. 125.00 _ 200.00 FREIGHT EXTRA FAIRBANKS MORSE AND CO. 167 West Second South St. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Beatty Clothing Co. Leading Haberdashers Everything in Men's Ready to Wear Suits and Furnishings The Shopping Center of Montpelier ED. C. RICH HIGH GRADE GROCERIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, : A Good Steak Makes A Better Meal Try us for GOOD meats. We sell no other kind. Come to us for butter, eggs, cheese, lard. All good—very good. You buy ECONOMICALLY when you buy here. ■Æ S 5 H. H. HOFF MEAT CO. Phone 137. I "IS GRANDEST ON EARTH" SHE SAYS! t Ian A.;., a ___._The Mre. Daley Game Seventeen 0 Pounds Taking Tanlac— Thought Case Was 1 Hopeless. "They said I couldn't live more than six months longer, but I'm still here and feeling fine," said Mrs. Mary Daley, of 530 Oak St., San Francisco, Cal. "I have actually gained seventeen pounds since I began taking Tanlac," she continued, "and to look at me one wouldn't think that for several months I was unale to do my house work. I Buffered from gastritis all the time, would bloat terribly and always felt miserable, I had no ap petite and felt nauseated all the time. I was so nervous the least little noise would startle'me and it was almost impossible to get a good night's sleep, sweats and was so run down and weak that the slightest exertion would almost exhaust me completely. I lost weight dreadfully and was told that I couldn't live six months at the rate I was then going down hill. "Nothing helped me until I began taking Tanlac and I honestly believe it is the finest medicine in the world, for it has made me just like a new person. My appetite is splendid and I never have the slightest indigestion any more and I never enjoyed such fins and refreshing sleep in my Hfo as I do now. My house has eight rooms and I do-all the work with ease. Tanlac has been a god-send to me and I would be selfish not to tell others about it." Tanlac is sold in Montpelier onlj by tho Modern Drug Co. I had night Adv Odd Standards of Time. Some of the Monarniueilao tribes ni India and of the Indo-Malayau peninsula, who are addicted to chew ing the betel leaf, use that as an Indl ration of the passing of time. The leaf, prepared with a dab of lime and a sprinkling of spices, lakes about 20 minutes to chew to a pulp. And this is takeD as a standard of the time by theiu^ But one of the strang est methods of telling time la used sometimes by the Malays , who tneas are time by the drying of the wet ba* r OD a uiau's head Tho Examiner—$2.00 a year. Professional Cards H. U. WILLIAMS Veterinarian SODA SPRINGS IDAHO HARRY V.FLYNN DENTIST Twelve Years Practice in Chicago. Parlors in Brennan & Davis Bldg. Hours; 9 to 12 and 1 to 4 Office Phone No. 40. L. P. GAERTNER Physician and Surgeon Office over Modern Drug Store Office Phone 40 MONTPELIER, Res. Phone 35 IDAHO DR. HERMAN BECKSTROM Dentist Office over Bank of Montpelier Office Phone 134 MONTPELIER, - - Res. 135 IDAHO GEO. F. ASHLEY Physician and Surgeon MONTPELIER, Office honrs: 10 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 9 Office at Montpelier Hospital Phones 62 and 68 All Calls Given Prompt Attention IDAHO H. H. KING, M.D. Physician and Surgeon SURGEON O. S. L. RY. Office over First National Bank Office Phone 109 Residence Phone 115 MONTPELIER, IDAHO DR. R. H. MUNSON Dentist Office over Bank of Montpelier Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 to 5 p. m. Office Phone 808 E. E. HINCKLEY Physician and Surgeon Eye, Ear Nose and Throat a Specialty Office at home-the Jacob Jonea • residence on Main St. Phone 12 IDAHO MONTPELIER, Here's to the 'Hello Girl' We are indebted to Sherman Rog ers, a painstaking investigator, lor Ian article in tbo current number of Outlook dealing with the loyalty 0 , tb „ telep6o „ t0 tb . Mr Ro(! ,„ lb . tUe , p , lh . Associated Press dispatches showing tho acts of heroism and fidelity to duty on the part of these girls all over the country and he has summed up his research in an artcile that bristles with authenticated facts and is dotted with common sense conclu sions. In fires in office buildings and munition plants, etc., in floods, in cyclones and in other calamitous events tjte telephone girl has proven her courage and earned a niche in the hall of fame. To recite the hun dreds of cases noted by Mr. Rogers would require too much space; but perhaps more impressive than the stories themselves; which could be elaborated from mere Associated Press dispatches into true tales of the movies or magazine stories of real life, is the outstanding fact that in every instance the telephone girl was actuated by her loyalty not ne cessarily to the company but to the public. This has been indicated un der great storms in cities during di sease epidemics, such as the flue, when telephone girls braved bliz zards to reach their posts of duty be cause of the unusual calls for medi cal aid from the public, during fires and floods wherein thousands of lives were saved by the fidelity of the telephone operators who stuck to their posts until they collapsed or wero carried away by force—or died at the switchboard. . Wo have had our Joan of Arcs, our Molly Pitchers and other heroines of history. To attempt to detract from their fame would be futuous; but af ter all these heroic deeds were per formed before the eyes of cheering thousands, while the telephone girl, with no eyes or applause to bolster her courage, stuck to the switch board, notifying hundreds so they could escape fire, flood and cyclone, knowing full well she might pay with her life for so doing, although hav ing ample time to make her way to safety. Some are disposed to be cross to the telephone birl because we cannot get a connection as quickly as we should, and some have been un gentlemanly enough to use abusive Prompt Relie! From Neuralgia Headache has resulted in thousands of cases from the use of and DR. MILES* Anti-Pain Pills The Quick Relief This reliable prepara tion has been before the public many years — is free from Opiates, Nar cotics or any habit form ing drugs and no ill ef fects follow its extended use. Easy and pleasant to take. Money back if first package fails to re lieve or satisfy. Get a box today and have it handy. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Have That GROUP PICTURE Taken of the Children Now —Don't Delay It The Rinehart Studio Kodak Store." MONTPELIER, IDAHO 4 4 I * X ; t fcX-'.'-.v.. *'v ..«if I ' « . A ». f-V W Sa *v % W Makes Such light,Tasty Biscuits Biscuits for We're sure there's a Just let mother call, Breakfast ! treat that can't be beat in store i for us — light, tender biscuits — I toasty brown and all puffed up A with goodness I For mother is sure A of her baking powder—Calumet. II She never disappoints us because « < 5? CALUMET Ij/kKINO BAKING POWDER never disappoints her . W It's dependable . Results 1 always the same—the best. \ Try it. Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approved offi cially by the U.S.Food Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. QUALITY AWARDS i MADE BV THE "ALUMfi 1 I HIGHEST hIcaso c "Just as Man to Man" says the Good Judge You get a lot more genu ine satisfaction from a lit tle of the Real Tobacco Chew than vou ever got from the old kind. You don't need a fresh chew nearly as often, the good, rich, real to- <7^ bacco taste is so last ing. That's why it costs less to use this class of tobacco. Any man who uses the real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. 1 / Put up in two styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B GUT is a long fine-cut tobacco Weyman-Bruton Company, 1107 Broadway. New York Cd, anguage to the "hello girl," but af ter having read the facts chronicled by Mr. Rogers none would repeat the offense or Indulge In harsh criticism. His hat would be off to the patient, untiring, loyal worker who has shown the rest of us what real vice Is. ser The Facts About Rheumatism. More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are either chronic muscular rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treat ment. All that is required Is to massage the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment. You or IMPURE FOOD Never makes a good stomach. It in juries them instead. Our Bread and Pastries Are Pure They furnish the nourishment that puts health and strength in yonr system. Buy From Us or Our Dealers You pay no more, and you get the best of results. ROYAL BAKERY Makers of Qaalititaste Bread Phone 146 ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ will be surprised at the relief which it affords. Adv. To Make Mirror Brilliant. To clean a mirror Id sut/b a way as to bring It to the highest state of bril liancy, very fine whiting, or, better, precipitated chalk, is one of the best known agents. The mirror should be rubbed gently with, methylated spirits with a soft, clean sponge, and then dusted with the whiting or chalk. Af ter a moment It should be wiped with a dry cioth. Another softer doth, at, more effectively, a silk handkerchief, should be uàed for the dual polishing, which should leave the glass clear and brilliant.