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PORTLAND WOMAN
. GAINS 15 POUNDS
Mrs. A. J, Turner Says It Is Wond
erful The Way Tanlac
Built Her Up
"It is simply wonderful the way
Tanlac has built me up, for I not
only feel fine but have gained 16
pounds In weight," declared Mrs. A.
J. Turner, of 129% Russell street,
Portland, Oregon.
"Before taking Tanlac I had no
appetite to speak of and what little
I did eat didn't digest properly, I
was so nervous the least little unus
ual noise would startle me, and I
was so restless^and worried about
myself that I couldn't sleep at night.
In this weakened condition I caught
cold very easily, no sooner getting
rid of one than I caught another. I
had been suffering in this way for
eight months, following an operation
and an Illness of several yèars. Not
one of the many medicines I took did
me the least bit of good and I was
mighty badly discouraged.
"But it is a fact I commenced to
get better before I finished half of
my first bottle of Tanlac. My appe
tite improved and I picked right up
In weight and strength. I have Just
finished my third bottle and, feel fine
and, as I said before, I have actually
gained fifteen pounds in weight. I am
no longer nervous and I sleep like
a child every night. Tanlac certainly
built me up and I will always recom
mend It, and I hope my statement
Pubic
Servants
At no other time,
perhaps, haa the pub
lia more rlgths than In
times of bereavement.
Funeral
directors
should be looked upon
aa public aervants. Ex
acting demands are
made of them—and
rightly so.
lief
Our service meets
the most exacting de
mands. It ia based up
on conscientious per
formance of duty.
—The—
F .M. WILLIAMS
Company
Funeral Directars
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ED. C. RICH
HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY.
"Perhaps You Don't Know
•ays the Good Judge
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How long a little of
the Real Tobacco
Chew will last.
Nor how much gen
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobacco taste will give.
Ask any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He. will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tion—and at less cost—
than the ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles
CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
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speak Wer than
look owtftr the echo!
We have made good in our
prescription department and
jail other departments of our
store.
YUOR SCALP A FIELD
It grows a crop—A constant
crop. It is like a farm field. It
requires attention to maintain
its fertility.
The scalp occasionally needs
stimulation, so that it may
bring to itself its share of the
body's nutrition to sustain its
duction of hair.
Our hair tonic affords just
the reinvigoration needed.
pro
NEAR-KID RUBBER GOODS
Modern Drug Co.
MONTPELIER, IDAHO.
will help others to get the same re
lief from the use of this grand med
icine I did.'.'
Tanlac is sold in Montpelier by
Modern Drug Co.
adv.
MONTPELIES NEWS
Tills Case Has a Hint for Many
Examiner Readers
A Montpelier
Doan's Kidney Pills.
She has found them as represented.
She wishes her neighbors to know.
She publicly recommends them.
No need to look further for a test
Proflt by the statement of Mrs. F.
E. Bridges, Clay street. She says:
"Several years ago/I was suffering
ed kidney remedy.
The proof of merit la here and it
can be investigated,
with rheumatic pains and when I
heard about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
got a box. Doan's certainly did _
good; all that one could expect. I al
ways 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.
Co, Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
woman has used
rix»
me
Foster-Milburn
Adv.
Legal Column
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I hnv *f TRAY KOTICB
.oi.ÄÄr.rÄÄS;
5«";£ «
SÄSsrt^Ärs^
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n „„ ®«ecrlption of Animal
One bay coming two year old horse
"Î*J. forehead ; branded quarter
circle figure two on left thigh.
JOSEPH E. CROSSLEY.
Constable.
J14-f4.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing be-.
tween W. E. Christman and E J
conducting a Jewelry
rTrZfS. "oder the firm name of
Christman Brothers, has this day
T ee phri 8 ?° 1Ved by , mutual consent, E.
It SSTS? retlrlDg " *
All accounts due said firm must
W F al Phl < L and wlllbe ^^ted by
' Christman, and aB accounts
owing by said firm will be paid by
Idaho, thl.
h aw VS'S&ihSiii?* 1 -
E. J. CHRISTMAN
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U 8
Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, Jan'
8, 1921. . '
Notice is hereby given that Benoni
O. Wilkes, of Montpelier, Idaho, who
on January 21st, 1916 made hnms'
stead entry, No. 023248, and oî May
10, 1917, made additional en?£ No
025878, for E%SE%, Sec. 35, Tp!
NT^, S / OU , tb: Lota 1 and 2 and SW l A
NE %, Lots 3 and 4 and SW % NW %
Section 2, Township 11 South, Range
»ÄÄ
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before M B. Cherry
U. S. Commissioner, at Montpelier
Idaho, on the 23rd day of February'
1021. %
Claimant names as witnesses:
Alfred Darney, Frederick Beyeler, I
Lee Booth - all of
Montpelier, .Idaho.
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J14-21
J. T. CARRUTH,
J14-F18
Register
, Federal Prisons.
Federal civil prisons are located at
Fort Leavenworth. Kan., Atlanta, Ga. t
and McNeil Island, Wash.
Professional Cards
HARRY V.FLYNN
DENTIST
Twelve Years Practice in Chicago.
Parlors in Brennan ft 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,
rix» TTUBwi» ..._
DR. HERMAN BECKSTROM
Rea. 136
- Res. Phone 36
- IDAHO
Dentist
Office over Bank of Montpelier
Office Phone 134
MONTPELIER, - -
IDAHO
GEO. F. ASHLEY
Physician and Surgeon
MONTPELIER,
Office hour»: 10 to 12; 2 to 4; 7 to 9
IDAHO
Office at Montpelier Hospital
Phones 62 and 68
AH Call» Given Prompt Attention
H. H.KING.M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
SURGEON O. S. L. RY.
IDAHO I
Office over First National Bank
Office Phone 109
Residence Phone 116
MONTPELIER,
DR. R. H. MUNSON
Dentist
Office over Bank of Montpelier
Hour»: 9 a. m. to 12 m.; 1 to 6 p. m.
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Office Phone 808
E. E. HINCKLEY
Physician and Surgeon -
Eye, Ear No»e and Throat a Specialty
Office Room 4—Riter Bldg
Home on East Jefferson Street.
MONTPELIER,
IDAHO
HARDING BROS.
ENGINEERS
Irrigation and Drainage Designs
Canal» and Reservoir Construction
Survey» and Engineering Estimates
See the New
WOODSTOCK
TYPEWRITER
At the Office of
BEAR RIVER VALLEY
LAND AND ABSTRACT CO.

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Premises guaruw* », -
watchman
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
» D ? p »L tmen ' ot t* 9 Interior, U. 8.
"T ft""" 00 '* ^o, De
Notice i»' hereby given that Stan
SLTÜK
« aB&rfffssisss sàwr
a*.v , us , 'rf
^pää^Hj
to establish claim tp the Und above
j described, before M. B. Cherry U S
Commissioner, at Montpelier. Idaho'
on the 9th day of February 192 ? '
Claimant nlmes as wUneUeJ
Jesse Seymour Lindsay. Albert
Humberg, Chancey Lee Darney, Al
fred L. Darney, all of Dingle, Idaho
J. T. CARRUTH,
Register.
co- |D31-F4
be-. __
J NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that sealed
of bid* will be received at my " flee
day at Paris, Idaho, up to the L,,, 9
E. o'clock a. m., Monday, January
Zri
ments across Bear rive^nearGeorae
by -own, Bear Lake county, So
Jaid bridge to be completed during
by Ue year 1921. Plans® and .pecS®
iST.*!"'*.1° "if.. 0 » 1 "
S" r "" c ° amw '
I Ali bids to be accompanied by a
l tm„,,î?. d C , h ^ k to E 6 per cent of «-be
8 Bid. V?/ « e bid ' and "arked
Thi R„.^ e ° rgetown Bridge."
' I /he Board reserves the right
an / aDd a11 bid8 -
vtamui 0 the Board °* Coun
. Co ® mlB8ioMr 8. in and for Bear
Idaht \
I d November - 22 nd,
A
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS '
sr oi
*? UC V* bereby «»ven by the
Jerslg °'fj* administrator of tue es
Harriet Hoff, deceased, to the
r, Uors ot and ali Persons having
'Iclaims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
I benchers, within four months after
of -be 1*rat publication of this notice,
to the said administrator, at Mont
j pelier, Ceunty of Bear Lake, State of
Idaho, this being the place fixed for
-bo transaction of the business of
said estate.
Dated December 28th, 1920.
EDWARD C. HOFF,
Administrator of the estate of Har
riet Hoff, Deceased.
of
to
1920.
, s. H. RICH,
Clerk of Board County Com
missioners. d!0-J28
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ESTRAY NOTICE.
I have in my possession the fol
described
lowing
vvhich, if not claimed
©stray animal
... . and taken
tway, will be sold to the highest bid
Jer for cash at John Stephens' resi
dence, in Montpelier, Idaho, on Mon
day, the 7th day of February, 1921
it the hour of 2:30 p. m.
Description of Animal:
One red yearling heifer, branded
resembling double TJ combined, one
just below and adjoining the other;
aar marks: swallow in right ear, and
two underbits in left.
ED. GROSJEAN,
Constable.
J7-28
ESTRAY NOTICE.
I havo in my possession the fol
lowing described animal which, if
not claimed and taken away, will be
.sold to the highest bidder for cash,
[ ati tbe old livery barn in Montpelier,
Idaho, on Saturday, the 6th day of
February, 1921, at 2 p.
One sorrel horse, white strip in
face, branded TJ combined, age about
112 years, weight about 900.
R. L. ROBISON,
Chief of Police.
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J7-28

ESTRAY NOTICE.
I have in my possession the fol
described
lowing
which, if not claimed
, away, will be sold to the highest bid
|der for cash at Charles Pearce's resi
dence, in Montpelier, Idaho, on Mon
day, the 7th day of February, 1921,
at the hour of 11 a. m.
Description of Animal:
One red bull, eighteen months old,
branded resembling Diamond on the
left hip.
©stray animal
and taken


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ED. GROSJEAN,
Constable.
J7-28
ESTRAY NOTICE.
I havo In my possession the fol
lowing described animal which, if
not claimed and taken away, will be
I sold to the highest bidder for cash,
at the old livery barn in Montpelier,
Idaho, on Saturday, the 6th day of
February, 1921, at 2 p. m.
One brown horse colt coming two
years old. White strip in forehead;
no brands visible
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R. L. ROBISON,
Chief of Police.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Probate Court In and for Bear
I Lake County, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of Joseph
M. Phelps, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Rufus O. Phelps, admin
istrator of the estate of Joseph M.
Phelps, deceased, to the creditors of,
and all persons having claims against
said deceased, to exhibit them with
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cause when you use it—there are
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Pound can of Calumet contains full
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Calumet
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V? cup of butter,
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yolks of 9 eggs.
Then mix in the
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the necessary vouchers duly verified
within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to said
Rufus O. Phelps, at the residence
known as the Joseph M. Pholps resi
dence, In Montpelier, Bear Lake
County, Idaho, which place the
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Hotel Montpelier
(Mrs. John Flynn, Manager.)
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newly furnished
Modern in Every Respect
THE HOTEL WITH A HOME
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derslgned designates as his place of
business in all matters connected
with said estate.
Dated this 6th day of Jan., 1921.
RUFUS O. PHELPS,
Administrator of the estate of Joseph
M. Phelps, deceased.
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