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rr ao 80 s ( (T f MS m y lifo WM* ? / It Adds a Wealth of Joy to Family Life The Cleveland Six adds joy and recreation to the family life in a most unusual degree. It is such a comfortable car, so easy to drive, so distinguished in its refined appearance, that the mother and the children find real delight in it. And the Man of the House, no matter how critically inclined he may be in mechanical matters, finds in the Cleveland Six a triumph in motor car construction, a car which he will drive with enthusiasm. The Cleveland Six touring car seats five in comfort. The soft cushioning and the low, under-slung spring suspension, wipe out the road bumps. The car is handsomely fin ished and the upholstering is of genuine hand-buffed leather. And the motor! If you want to know what a motor it is come in and see the car. Ride in it. Drive it yourself. Then you will know. There are few motors indeed that can com pare with it in actual performance. Touring Car (Five Passengers) $1485 Rocdster (Three Passengers) $148* Sedan (Five Passengers) $2295 Coupe (Four Passengers) $229« (Price, F. O. B. Cleveland) JNO. J. JONES, Dealer Montpelier, Idaho Phones 43 or 48 CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO ) $1485 / Will SIGN Anything C, NASH - PHONE 64 j. Montpelier She wishes her neighbors to know. She publicly recommends them. No need to look further for a test ed kidney remedy. The proof of merit is here and can be investigated. Profit by the statement of Mrs. F. E. Bridges, Clay St. She says: "Several years ago l was MONTPELIER NEWS Tihs Case Has a Hint for Many Examiner Readers has used A Montpelier woman Doan's Kidney Pills. She has found them as repre seated. Best Quality of Feed Com We have a big supply of high grade corn and will receive more from time to time so we axe tain of what we say when we tell you that we can supply you with the VERY BEST CORK in any quantity that you may desire. Call and give us your orders. Remember also that we sell coal—all orders giv prompt and careful attention. Full weight guaranteed. cer en a L WILLIAMS & HESS Look to Future Food Supply. Owing to the shortage of Imported foodstuffs, the production of food stuffs locally la being encouraged by the Straits Settlements and the fed erated Malay states. Even some of the rubber plantations have been com pelled to utilize portions of tbelr acre age for food products. This stimula tion of agriculture has created Interest In mechanical means to Increase pro duction. and a shipment of tractors made recently sold readily, You can somestimes call a man a thief in private life and get by with it, but the moment such an accusa tion appears in cold type be rushes for a shotgun or a lawyer. And this demonstrates conclusively the power of the press. suffering with rheumatic pains and when 1 heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a box. Doan's certainly did me good; all one could expect. I always recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as reliable." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Bridges had. Foster-Mil burn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 0. S. L Time Table In effect December 1, 181», Frorn the No. 10—Ar. 8:35 No. 5—Fast Mall, arrive 11:32 a m. Depart 11:42 a.m. Depart 2:10 p.m. Depart 8:45 a.m No. 17—Ar. 2:00 Dep. 12:60 a.m. Depart 9:20 a.m. Depart 2:16 p.m. No. 4—Ar. 12:40 No. « —Ar. 0:00 No. 18—Ar. 2:00 No. 202—For Parks, dep. 9:20 a.m. No. 294—For Paris, dep. 3:98 p.m. No. 291—From Paris, ar. 8:28 a.m. No. 292—From Parte, ar. 1:45 p.m For Insurance, Loans, Abstracts Bear River Valley Land & Abstract Co. *. . MANY IRISH NAMES IN CUBA Sign* on Somo of tho Moot No tod Havana St roots Rofloct a Trans planted Aristocracy. There arc many curiously named streets In Havana, but perhaps tho In terest of the tourist Is no other way ao plquantly excited as when he sees the name O'Reilly attached to one of the old thoroughfares. The cognomen surely has no suggestion of Castlltan origin, remarks the New fork Evening Post. Despite the name, the man for whom O'Reilly street or to flee It Ite Cuban title, Calle O'Reilly, la called, was a Spanish subject bearing the title of count and be was one of the 0rst of the long line of captains gen eral who ruled Cuba for a period of 80 years, ills ancestors left their ua tlve heath after the battle of the Boyne, migrating to Spalu. where they were ennobled for services to the crown. Although an aristocrat, the first O'Reilly was not averse to becoming s moneymaker, lie engaged In the not very poetic monopoly of delivering beef from the slaughter houses to the various markets, which monopoly was handed down for several generations from father to son. O'Donnell la another Irish name In scribed on street signs ami It ts writ* ten In great letters on the lighthouse of Mono castle, which lighthouse O'Donnell was Instrumental In build ing. O'Parrel I is an Iriah-Spanlsb name connected with the governmental and commercial life of Cuba of the past, aa Is also that of O'Law lor These men had titled prefixes which were bestowed because of military or civil service, or which they bought out right after the custom of the time. Treatment of Common Cold*. "If all who catch cold could be persuaded to remain in bed for tho first twenty-four hours of such an attack" says a well known physician "there would be fewer case« drag ging on with distressing symptoms for weeks and often ending In some serious disease." To make sure of a prompt recovery you should also take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Whether sick or well the bowels Adv. should move each day. The Examiner —$2.00 a year. ■ Hlx reasons wtiy you should 'West«o'* Tank leas Wa buy a ter System to make your home modern: FIRST—Lower «rat coat. SECOND—Costs less to in stall. THIRD—Costs less to maln tain. FOURTH—Coat» leas to op erate. FIFTH—No tank troubles. SIXTH—Absolutely depend able. strated. F. J. Peterson PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 89D foe Particulars a mmmm mm mmmmmmmmwmm mmm CORD TIRES Built to give unsurpassed mileage—and they give it. Jfcxt tint»—BUY FISK FOR SALE BY Bear Lake Motor Co. ft is on»' man »or»« rw*cron an o i m puimhn^ ia~r-~baS*aati f'-C» Ul » t* One Man Harvest« 25 Acre* a Day with the > « rjNTIVEMèSAJL. TMiA/CTOÊ*/ Harvesting is quickly over with * Moline-Universal Tractor, Model D, one man with an 8-font grain binder harvesting 85 acres a day, or with » corn binder, 10 acres a day. The Moline-Universal attaches di rect to the binder, and forms a sin gle. compact unit with it that is con« trolled by the operator from the seat of the binder, where he must sit in order to do good work. The outfit it as easily handled as with horses, •looping, hacking, going into corners end turning with ease. With the Mo line-Universal one man does cleaner, faster, and better work than other tractors do with two men. ictors do with two mm. For threshing, the Mohnc-Unlvcr i r^v-inn« la-twdt horsepower, sal develops 18-belt horsepower, enough to pull a 24-inch grain sepa* rator or a 16-inch ensilage cutter, This belt power is also available for any other work, such as running a corn sheller. feed grinder, wood saw. clover huiler, water pump or elecrtic liiihtimr plant. " Unresting and belt work, how ever, are not the only things die Moline-Universal Tractor can do. With it one man plows 0 acre* a day, discs *7 to 88 acres, harrows 76 acres, ON» M-VISI OPSWATBS BOTH TaACTOn ANO H. F. RISING Sale« Agent for Bear Lake County PEGRAM, IDAHO MONTPELIER MOTEL NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC LOCATED IN THE FINE NEWLY REMODELED CRUIK8HANK BUILDING. A modern hotel in every detail. Forty fine, newly furn iahed and newly renovated rooms. Manager Mrs. Jane Chapin 4 Congress owes a sacred duly to tbs country. It should take prompt action to restore the decining Liberty bond* to par value, vestors who placed their all in these Millions of small in plants SO to 40 acres, cultivates 14 to »0 acres, mows S5 acres, rake* 8* to 40 acres, and loads IS acres olhay. .The high clearance of the Mohnr Universal, »054 inches, makes it per fecily adapted for cuUivatinft, one man cultivating two rows at a tbM »t all Rages of the crofk The trao» tor is light yet it ha* power to pull two 14-inch plows at considerably more than average speed, all its weight being traction weight, Die Mol me-Uni vet" sal Tractor will Work every day in the year. It doe* not plow and prepare your seed bed, and «hen rest while your horses do th« planting, cultivai ng •mlhsrvr* ing. That is why the Moline Unt versai really replaces horses, am! by enabling one man to do four and five times a* much work as before, and »irttrw Versal realty replaces^houses, times as much work as beiora, and awlvcs the farm help problem, The construction if the Moline* Universal it the nm* ad vance d on the market. Perfected tour-cylinder overhead-valve motor, electric stait Ing and lighting system, and complete enclosure of all working T»«* u * only a few of the lading J>a»ores. I; rumine I hit mac* m# far yawrel/ ei car ffocy a/ tmtttuth | bonds to aid the government are fee ing a serious financial lorn through the shrinkage It is a reflecUoa up on the country. The Examiner—$160 a year.