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Below is the time of arrival and de
parture of passenger trains at Mont
Westbound No. 1. 1:25
West bound No. 5. 4:25
East bound No. 2. 3:00
1:30 p m.
4:30 a. m.
8:05 p. in.
7:25 a. m.
M. E. King, Agent.
Montpelier, Idaho.
p. m
a. m.
p. m.
East bound No. 6. 7:15 a. in
D E. Burley,
G. !*.*<& T. A.
D. S. Spencer,
A. U. P. & T. A.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Purse found—Apply to Brennan &
Davis and prove property.
l oo busy to make up an add
the Jeweler.
home of Mr- and Mrs. F. E. Salisbury
last Sunday.
See Lyman's display of premium toi
let preparations in bis west window. 31
A big 10-pound boy arrived at the
C. Christainsen has built a new
watchmaking shop w"st of Brennan &
Davis' store.
Do not fail to examine my line of
children's underwear, union suits, etc.,
at, H. B. Whitmans.
The Bock y Mountain telephone line
has been extended to Freedom in the
lower Star valley.
The dance last Friday evening
largely attended and a most pleasant
time was passed.
Children's underwear, good and heavy
fleece lined, from 15c to 35c.
John A. Bagley left Wednesday for
■"north Idaho on a stumping tour. John
will be gone till Noy. 2nd.
It will
pay you to see it, at H. B. Vv hitmans.30
Try Grandma Shupe's Canker Medi
cine. The Best in the world. For sale
at Riter Bros. Drug Co.
A good shower of rain fell Wednes
day night. The hills were snow clad
next morning.
Lyman the druggist is giving away
toilet preparations for the next two
weeks. Notice his west window aad
see how he does it. 31
There has been an extra number of
traveling men in town this week taking
orders for spring gôods.
Ladies' Underwear, union suits and
separate pieces at pri es never before
heard of in this city. Ladies fieeced
lined underwear 80 cents apiece at H.
B. Whitmans.
Messrs Henry and Chas. Hoff and Dr.
Holbrook attended the Odd Fellows
grand lodge atToeatello this week.
Paris High Patent Flour at Chap
man's. Try it and you will use no
The B. of R. T. will give their second
annual ball on Wednesday evening,
November 26. Posters will be out
shortly announcing the fact.
My line of tombstones, monuments
etc., is the finest and best intheconnty
My prices are lower than others can
quote. Give me a call. J. H. Brown,
On account of the high esteem ard
respect they hold him the friends of
Father Hendrickx are building a beau
titu] residence for him which will be an
ornament to this city.
Too busy to make up an add.
the Jeweler.
Ä good sized audience greeted W. E.
Borah last Wednesday evening.
address was on national and state issues.
Come in and try and ask for
thing I haven't got in toilet
tion. Lyman, the druggist.
Attorney General Martin addressed
the people of Paris on Thnrsday evening.
Jas. H. Hawley speaks in this city to
night at the opera house.
P© r frctly.
Sam L. Lewis has received a beautiful
line of Ladies Tailor-made suits.
are beauties, and are guaranteed to fit
All the new houses going up are
ly completed. No more will be started
till early spring, when more brick blocks
_wili be built.
W. E. Borah missed the train at Pres
ton, so he got a relay of horses and rode
across the mountains to fill his date in
this city Wednesday night
During the nest two weeks Lyman
the druggist is giving away 25c worth
of toilet goods with every $1 cash pur
t'Lase and 50c worth of toilet goods with
every $2 cash purchase.
nesday night to a great multitude of
people. Many went from this city to
hear him.
W J. Bryan spoke in Pocatello Wed
I hear so much about Amole soap!
What i3 it? Amole soap is a soap that
nature has prepared for us.
from the extract of the soap tree
a box. Lyman the druggist.
The electric light poles are being set
up this week and the stringing of wire
will follow shortly. The power house
is practically finished.
It is made
jr )
O -f,
Business men who lack the vim.
once had, - should
purify the blood,
**t-'engtben and invigorate the system,
I't'h'Q 50 cents,
Drug Co.
and vlg r thev
nk, it will
told at Riter Brothers'
Tbs Examiner failed to mention last
wee!: the new firm of Stewart & >weet,
whe Lave bought out the store of Mrs.
F rani: Hutchins.
Both of the boys are
well known in this city as business
rustlers and the Examiner predicts a
good trade for them
Children often cry, not f> om pain,but
from hunger, although fed abundantly,
The trouble arises from inanition ; their
food is not assimilated, but devoured by
A few doses of WHITE'
CBEAM VERMIFUGE will destroy
the worms, when the children will begin
to thrive at once. Price. 26c, rt Riter
Bros. Drug Co.
J-Hyruin Holmes desires the Exam
iner to state that he is in no wise a can
didata for cod stable in this precinct. If
the people vote for him they will do it
of their own volition.
Thousands sutler with torpid
producing great depression of spirits,
indigestion, constipation,
etc. HEK BINE will stimulate the li v
er, keep the bowels aegular, and restore
a he.Uthy buoyancy of spirits.
50 cents.
The Post mentioned an important
capture made by Sheriff Sparks some
time ago. It should have stated that
Chief of Police Gee of this city had a
big hand in apprehending the criminal,
having first arrested him on suspicion.
most of all circumstances, but for a bad
cough or cold, take BaLLARD'S
HORr. MOUND SYRUP, the best
known remedy for quick relief and sure
cure. Price. 25 and 50c.
Take life as it comes, and make the
Mose Lewis & Go
- - Idaho.
flontpelier, -
Fall Announcement.
** + *+ + +*+ + * + + ** <'
We have just receive^the finest and largest stock of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Gents and Ladies Furnishings, Carpets, Blankets, Shoes, etc.,
ever brought to Bear Lake County. As we bought them dirt cheap we
are going to sell them the same way.
♦ + + ♦♦ + ++ + + + + + .>**
50 good worsted suits worth $9.50 anywhere,
opening price,
55 black worsted suits all sack coats in sizes from
34 to 42
25 fancy dress suits in black and worsted worth
$12, our price
Two-piece knee pants suits, made very strong,
worth $4, our price
Three Hundred and fifty all wool worsted that
are good bargains at $2.50 a suit, our price
Five Hundred pairs of boys knee pants worth 50,
60 and 75c; our price
Mens working shirts, black satine, worth 75cts„
out price
Thirty dozen mens fleece lined underwear, worth
65 cents, our price
All other underwear equally as low in price.
Our stock in this line is the finest in Idaho.
Twenty Monte Carlo Ladies Jackets tan and brown
worth $9.50, our price
Twenty five Raglan, all wool beaver cloth well
worth $12, our price
Thirty-five Childrens coats made of wool kersey,
neatly trimmed, worth $4.00, our price
$ 2.00
We cannot enumerate our immense stock and the prices thereon
hut we ask you to come in and look at our selections.
Our Ladies tailor-made suits, skirts and waists are the handsom
est you ever laid eyes* on and the prices are right too.
The best way to convince yourself is to come to our store and let
us show you the stock. You will he delighted with it.
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Remember we take Butter, Eggs, Grata, Potatoes, Hides and Furs
and pay the highest market price for them.
$ h '
MOSE LEWIS & CO., Montpelier.

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