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V V \ » Y pull enjoy the sport of rolling 'em with P. A.! & And, besides Prince Albert's delightful flavor, there's its freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented proc ess! Certainly—you smoke P. A. from sun up till you slip between the sheets with out a comeback. Prince Albert is the tobac co that revolutionized pipe smoking. If you never coulch smoke a pipe — forget itl You can—AND YOU WILL —if you use Prince Albert for packing! It's a smoke revelation in a jimmy pipe or a cigarette 1 F IRST thing you do next —go get some makin's papers and some Prince Albert tobacco and puff away on a home made cigarette that will hit on all your smoke cylinders! No use sitting-by and say ing maybe you'll cash this hunch tomorrow. Do it while the going's good, for man-o man, yoircan't figure out what you're passing by! Such flavor, such coolness, such more-ish-ness—well, the only way to get the words em phatic enough is to go to it and know yourself! i Print* Albert It told In toppy rtd bag t, tidy rad tint, hand tom* pound and half pound tin humidort and in thm pound trydtal glatt humi dor with tponga moistantr top. [»I prince Albert Copyrifht 1021 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Salem, N.CT—* the national joy tmoke Campaign Emblem. So far as can be learned, the first smblem was a finger ring of copper. This was worn by the adherents of John Quincy Adams In 1824 when he for president and was Inscribed "John Quincy Adams. 1825." ran t The Bread You Elat ■ ON* M P WHERE DOES IT COME FROM Nowadays the up-to-the-minute housewife is finding jut about foods—where they come from, who is back of ï them, the sanitary conditions surrounding their preparation Our breads and pastries are produced in our own clean, sanitary, electric bakery, from tho purest ingredients No Bakers' Substitutes Used FRESH—GOOD—EVERY HOUR ■ s ■ * l ■ ■ iilililiillll ■ THE ROYAL BAKERY i Notice To Automobile Owners AUTOMOBILE LICENSE FOR THE YEAR 1921 ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE. APPLICATION BLANKS AND RECEIPTS ARB NOW IN THE HANDS OF THE COUNTY ASSESSOR WHO URGES THAT THEY BE PROCURED AND PLACED ON CARS AT ONCE. TAX WAS DUB MARCH IB James Dunn ASSESSOR BEAR LAKE COUNTY May 1st Their Greatest Menace. Somebody has discovered that to bacco smoke is not Injurious to frogs. The most Injurious thing wo know of Is the fact that they have edlftle tegs. Z Legal Column s The Golden Calf of the Twentl™ century has been discovered by I American Legion post at Frederic" burg, Va., which owes an increase ÉS. $100 to $1,500. los u has or ttje Its working capital from $100 to $1J to a two-headed Juvenile cow. In j title to which the post Invested | scant $100 last fall. Having Induced a YVestmorell county farmer to part with the frl animal for tills sum, a special levy] various small amounts was mi upon the treasury to buy nourishnJ for the calf. Then came the Virgil state fair in Richmond and the «1 was In full bloom, eating both heads off and waxing fat withal. Tlie Fredericksburg post put I on exhibit, charging a suitable ( J When the fair was over and the d ■ had settled, the post treasury c ! tained $1.500—the accrued earnings | ■ m ï i ftr-j j » KTi * Two-Headed Calf That Put virgin Poet on Road to Wealth. 1 the calf—and ail thla for doing notl ing but Htaikding still and being ii spected. It was recently that the represent tlve of a large circus made his off NOT KIR FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, April 9, 1921. Notice ie hereby given that Brig ham Lashbrook, of Geneva, Idaho, who, on May 16, 1916, made Home stead Entry, No.023*26, for Lota 8, 4, Section 11; Lota 1, 2, 8, 4, Section 14, Township 12 South, Range 46 Bût, Boise Meridian, haa filed no tice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before M. B. Cherry, U. 8. Commissioner, at Mont pelier, Idaho, on the 17th day of May 1921. Claimant nam David Blschoff, Carl Le tearing, Edward Lashbrook, Charles B. Lash brook, all of Geneva. Idaho. ,J. T, CARRUTH, Register. as witn a!6-m20 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, May 27. 1921. Notice is hereby given that Joseph E. Le Rocco, of Dingle, Idaho, who. on Jane S, 1916, made Homestead 1, 2, 3 and 4, Sec. €, Township 16 South, Range 46 East; SEHSEH, Sec. 1; EVfcNEli, NB^SEH. Sec. 12, Township 16 South, Range 46 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before M. B. Cherry, U. S. Commissioner, at Montpelier, Ida ho, on the 16th day of June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses; Albert E| Humberg, of Dingle, Idaho; John H. Sparks, of Dingle, Idaho; O. C. Wilcox, of Dingle. Ida hom; Hyrum 'Westerholt, of Pegram, Idaho. ml3-Jnl7 J. T. CARRUTH. Register. NOTICE 1<Y>R PURLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Blackfoot, Idaho, May 14, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Willard E. Hart, of Raymond, Idaho, who, on September 21st, 1916, made Homestead Entry, No. 026309 and on March 26th, 1921, made addition al homestead entry No. 026931, for Lot 2, SE14NWH. E^NEK, SW14 NE*4. Lots 3, 4. EttSWU, SB* Sec. 19; Lot 1. E^NWVi, Section 30 Township 13 South, Range 46 coat, Boise Meridian, has filed notice or Intention to mnke three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before M. B. Cherry, U. S. Commissioner, at Montpelier, Ida ho, on the 2th day of June, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Jacob J. Hirschi, of Montpelier, Idaho; Clarence L. Mumford, of Ray mond, Idaho; Frank Hart, of Ray mond, Idaho; Joseph A. Evans, of Raymond, Idaho. J. T. CARRUTH. Register. m20-Jn24 Red Cross Public Health nurses are employed in many counties In the Northwest which otherwise would be without this Important service. I ED. C. RICH HIGH GRADE GROCERIES - BSSSEBEBBBSBBSSBBBBESBSSSSSSS3ESSSS3SS s FRUITS AND VEQETABLES ■IIIIIM■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ * FREE DELIVERY TO ALL FARTS OF THE CITY. « I You Cook nwe host oeitcfoos "CAL3 — «««»«•«I I rMt sscHtri & Vi J ■ ! | "Ï WE BOOST THE COOKS I J|> ^REPUTATION - Jv**' FV/ m ■ ti :<s • ■ I ■ YOU KNOW THAT BETTER GRO- . ■ OERIES MAKE A BETTER MEAL. • » ■ I ■ ■ There isn't a single The cook knows it. argument in favor of buying anything ex cept the BEST groceries. m We won't carry anything else*. We please the cook— will please you. s ■si ï i ■ Ff# CASH GROCERY 1 ■ I ii tf You'll Always Find says the Good Judge « That you get more genuine satisfaction at less cost when you use this class of tobacco. § A small chew lasts so much longer than a big chew of die And the full, rich real / « s * • f 4 fi ordinary kind, tobacco taste gives a long lasting chewing satisfaction. Any man who usea the Real Tobacco Çbew ill tell you that. w PmtmUmtwo styUs W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is 9 short-cut tobacco Flexible Language. Oars is a flexible language. For In stance. according to a headline writer, "Grain Elevators Come Under Fire at Probe."—Toronto Mail and Empira Kissing Once Custom at Dance. Down to the middle of the Victorian era it was considered quite the proper thing in England for a man to ex change kisses with bis fair partner at the end of a dance. Sit Walter Scott's Crimson Wall Paper S IR WALTER SCOTT* personally supervised the hanging of his dining with a crimson colored room India pa par and at the time waa very much afraid that the Taper would not reach dear around the room. No euch worries for Sir Walter had he been able to call at our store for his wall paper. Ws could bave told him exactly how much paper he would need, and we might have suggested something more soothing than hi a crimson paper, which, history hat it, an aoyed him greedy. F. M. WILLIAMS, CO. FUNERAL DIRECTOR* Paints and Wall Paper A SAFE TEST For these who are la need of a remedy for kidney troubles and back ache, it Is a good plan to try Doan's Kidney Pills. They are strongly re commended by Montpelier people. Mrs. A. Tubbs, Front Street, says: "1 had kidney trouble for many years and at times was hardly able to get around. across my back. A few years ago I was particularly bad off, bnt I was fortunate enough to hear about Doans Kidney Pills and tried them. Doans gave me fine relief from the ■tart and have never failed to help me since then when I have felt any need of them. Doans were the means of restoring me to good health and I am glad to recommend them." OVER TEN YEARS LATER Mrs. It's seldom I need a I had such lerere pains Tubbs said: kidney remedy now, but when I do, I always use Doans Kidney Pille. They always quickly cure tty at tack of kidney complaint I have." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doans Kidney Pills —the same that Mrs. Tubbs had. Foster Milburn Co. Mfra., Buffalo, N. Y. Casus Belli. IK an Irish earn of a domestic flat Involving mach injury to peraaa and property, a witness In Um vivid narrative swore as follows: "He says to me, Ts that your father? And I says to him, Tt ts me father.' And he Rays, Tt Is well you told me, for I thought he wee an ould gorllly,* and then the fight began, me lord."—From the Argonaut A Bats Maes. Probably the beat way for a to hide his money from hie wife Is to conceal It In a sock that darning.—Dallas Newa Professional Cards HARDING BROS. Irrigation H. V. FLYNN DHNTIHE Parlors In * Davis Bide. Hours; • to 11 and I to 4 Of»« Plume Ra dB. L. P. OAI1VN11 Phygidan and Bourbon m Office ova» Office PfcotM «0 MONTPELIER, ■ DR. HERMAN BECKS TROM Dentist • ■ I Office over Beak of Montpelier ■ Offtoe Phoae IS4 Re». IBS • MUNTPS&UOBR, - . » GEO. F. ASHLEY Physician and, Pmyon MONTPELIER, ■ I Office hours« 10 to It; S to 4$ f to • ■ Offlee at Mootpottor Hospital ■ m AU Gelle Gtvea s E. EIIHO, RD. Physician and Bafioo SURGEON o. a. u ■ Office over Fleet Merino al Beak Office Phone !»• Residence Phone US MONTPKLUCR, ■ DR. R. H. MUNSON Dentist Office over Bonk of Hoar»; • e at. to IS 1 te S p. at. E. E. HINCKLEY Physician Offlee Room 4—Alter Home on Bas tha New WOODSTOCK At the Office of BEAR RIVER TALLEY LAND AND ABSTRACT OO.