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OREGON SHORT LINE
TIME CARD. B «1 >w h ths fcinn of arrivai and de partu re J of passenger trains at Mont pelier. RAILROAD ARRIVE DEPART 1:30 p. m. 6:30 a. m. 3:00 p. m. 6:30 a. in. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. West bound No. 1 k2;j p. m West bound No. 5. 6:25 a. East bound No, 2. 2:55 m. :oop. m. East bound No. 6. 6:25 a. m. E. Burley, G. I*. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. T ? Local News I I Rubber boots at H. B. Whitman's. 5 Flower seeds, garden seeds at H. B. Whitman's, Mining Location blanks for sale at this office. Mrs. Lloyd of Pocatello, is visiting fri<-n<ls In this city this week. C. B. Wheeler, the Insurance man, is in town for a few days stay. Miss Selma Nielsen has returned from a pleasaut visit with her sister in Ogden L. C. Miller is home from Utah, where he went to attend the funeral of Ids falli 5 er. l.eave orders with J . N. Downing for Rock Springs and Kern merer coal. Phone No. 10. Joe Robison Is fixing up the Riier's old building for a soda fountain and 'fresh fruit store. The Golden Rule store will show the largest and best line of millinery ever brought to this section of Idaho. The new 900 class of freight engines, with Vanderbilt tanks, are now doing service on the first district hauling coal. The new pay schedule of the Short Line gives the switchmen a check of about $ 100 or a little better per month. We have just opened up a beautiful line of ladies waists and skirts at rock bottom prices at E. B. Whitman's. 5 We have an elegant line of childrens shoes just in. Call and see the stock and get prices. Hansen and Hughes. 46 The Bear Lake Realty Co., want a 4 or 5 room house for a good renter. Must be reasonably close to depot. See Joe Fuller. 49 The machinists, bollermakersand black smiths of the Short Line have been grant ed an Increase of pay, amounting to several cents per hour. Llsh Strong took a trainload of cattle to eastern markets last week. They were purchased in Star valley. Part of the shipment belonged to Frank Jones. I have a fine line of monumets, cross es, and headstones ready for lettering. Anyone wanting anything in my ine will do well to call and see my stock, j can beat prices from any outside yard and I set up all headsoues myself In the ceme J. H. Brown. tery. I will offer for sale at public auction on May 2nd at 2 o'clock p. m., all my housliold goods consisting of furniture, stoves, utensils cow, and other articles. Terms cash at time of sale. Goods can at my shop next door west of be seen Sam Lewis' store. Jens Nielsen 8 Preston. Idaho, will be a dry town for another year. The party advocating the keeping of the saloons closed won again In the recent village election. Peo ple up there must buy their "40-rod" by the quart. Preston has no bawdy and we are informed has never had such a thing. Read the new ads in to day's paper Mining Location blanks for sale at this office. Joe Bagle.v is adding a large addition to his resilience on 9th stnet. ir you want the heat 15 or 25c hose that money will buy, go to H. B. Whit man. M. D. Lindsay is gettilng ready to open a meat market next to Biter Bros, old building. Lyman's drug store will be headquar ters for baseball goods of all kinds this year. Call and read the new rules. 5 The highest prices paid for all kinds of hides and furs by the Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co. The best physic: Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take; pleasant in effect. For sale by F. A. Lyman. Speed Stagner, well known throughout Wyoming and Southern Idaho where he has lived lor 40 years, died Monday in Pocatello. HelloCentral: Give me No. 6. "Mrs. Chapman send me a sack of Paris High Patent flour. Makes best bread of any flour in town. " Mr. Stanford now has charge of the Montpelier Electric Light Co's wiring as well hs the Rocky Mountain Bell Teli phone Co's work. Many business houses and residences about town are receiving new coats of paint and the weilders of the biusli are kept exceedingly busy. For a bad taste in the mouth take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents For sale by F. A. Lyman. 8 W B. Bergman, manager. 38 Got a farm to sell or do you want to buy one Y See Joe Fuller of the Boar Lake realty Co. He a lso handles houses lots and realty of all kinds. We have added to our line of merchan dise a stock of boys clothing, lfyou need a nice suit for your boy call and see our offerings. H. B. Whitman. A new assortment of ladles dress and underskirts and shirt waists to arrilve this week. Do not fail to call and see these goods at H. B. Whitmans. 8 There are 80 miles, 15 on each end, of wagon road good for wheeling on the Star valley road, and 15 miles of sleigh ing iu the center over the mountains. D. W. Wilbert, a switchman, was killed In the Pocatello yards Sunday night. He attempted to cross between two cars and was thrown to the track and run over. Montpelier collects as city license $700 yearly from the houses within its borders who sell spirituous liquors, amount Is divided between five saloons and two drug stores. 5 This We have an elegant line of ladies shoes just In. They are of the best quality and the very latest styles. Also a fine line of Gents shoes. Our prees are right. Call and see the stock. Hansen & Hughes. 8 The Milwaukee Machine people have rented the building next door to the Ex aminer office, and are no^U^ng It wjth goods. Frank Jonep .is flie local agent. Johnny Jones wifi have charfte of the warerooiH, ''The nieest and pleasantest I have used for indigestion a 11 con Ï ppation is Chamberlain's Stomach and iver Tablets," says Melard F. Cdaig, of Middlegrove, N. Ÿ. "They work like a charm and do not gripe or have any unpleasant effect." For «ale by F. A. Lyman, M. F. Whitman has been elected a del egate to the national convention of Prsbterian synods, to be held in Los An gelos In May. Mr. Whitman will repre sent Kendall Presbytery. The trip will be a delightful one and Mark'Is making all arrrangements to attend. .#■* dicine 5 as of a Mining Location blanks for sale a this office. A train every few ininutts lias runover the Short Line tracks this week. New line of pocket cutlery atLÿman's Drugstore. Best line in the market. 5 The Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co. pays cash for all kinds of hides and furs, all cash, no merchandise. 1 Paris High .Pateut Flour at Chap man's. Try it and you will use no other. Watch for Lyman's display of paints, brushes and painting materials. Due to arrive in a few days. Di. Beckstrom, the resident dentist, gives the most satisfaction in painless extraction by the use of gas and elec tricity. When yon have a beef bide to sell, we do not ask you, willyoutake Jews scrip for it, but we give you top cash price Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co.- * The s tie to Senator Clark for the San Pedro road, of all the Oregon Short Line holdings south of Salt Lake City* has been been officially announced. 5 5 1 If you don't bellieve that we can sell you a straw hat for 25 cents that you have always paid 85 and 50 cents for, call and be convinced at H. B. Whitmans. Crown and bridge work, gold and amalgam filling, plate work, etc. All work guaranteed in every particular. Dawley & Meloy, dentists. Office in Riter Bros Block. 52tf We can afford to pay the highest cash prices for all kinds of hides and furs, because we deal directly with the man ufacturers. Bear Lake Hide & Junk , Company. 1 to our see of the run Why waste your time and take your hidos and furs to dabblers, to be skinned yourself, when you can save time by taking it to the dealer directly and get the highest cash price the market can afford. Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co. 1 By closing the gambling and the drlv Ing out of the fallen women of the city, Wallace will lose a revenue of about $400 a month. The money obtained from this source has been used iu re pairing the streets, the money going Into what is known as the "tailings" und, as tailings from the mines are used to put on the street bed. From the fact that $400 is collected per mouth It can be estimated how. many falllen women and gambling joints are in that city. It is said that each gambling game con ducted and each woman had to pay $5 per month. The Bear Lake Music Co. <£ ♦ ♦ : * + ♦ ♦ ♦ I CM SAVE YOU FROM 25 TO 100 PER CENT ON PIMOS OR ORGANS. * * ♦ ♦ * ♦ I By visiting our parlor opposite Lyman's Drugstore, you will be convinced. Our instruments enjoy an indisputable world wide reputation for tone, workmanship and durability. Don't bite at ''baits" con cealing a sharp hook, fore purchasing is pure wisdom, chase without investigating is folly, as so many have learned and will learn to their sorrow. ♦ * ♦ v ♦ V ■ I * ♦ + * Î To investigate be-* To pur ♦ * ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ . ♦ ♦ *1. M. RICHARDSON, ♦ A ♦ Proprietor. ♦ ****************** ***** ****** * * * --m Are your teeth worth half a dollar? Then come in, we'll s 11 yon a tooth brush for 25 cents We'll sell you a bottle of our Tooth powder for 25 cents These two with a little of your time and attention will keep your teeth in perfect condition We know the brush is the best 25 o brush on the market today Know it enough to say Another one if we're not right The powder we know is the best 'Cause we mrke it. You needn't take our powder tho' if you don't want to We've all the other preparations Calders, Whites, Browns, Sozodont Euthymol Cream,Myrrh Soap, They're all good. Riter Bros. Drug Co. this church, The ladles missionary society inerts ufteruoon at the Presbyteri«u The famous "Bee" brand of coffee 15 t,ents P er pound at. Hansen and Hughes, 46 Suits made to order in the latest styles, A good fit guaranteed. Chals. Schmid, the tailor. 48 Attorney General Bagley, Idaho's rep reseutative at the opening of the tit. Louis worlds fair, left this week for that , city. Manager Miller, of the Con. W. & M.Cp. was taken sick Wednesday with what seems to be appendlcltas. Yesterday l>e went to the Salt Lake hospital for treat meut. Dr.Andersou.tke oldest practicing phy sician In Utah, died Tuesday In Salt Lake. He was President Brigham YounK'efamtlypbysIclan and attended him during his last Illness. ot Rt. Rev. A. J. Glorieux's servicesjhs Bishop of the Boise diocese. During that time the Catholic church in Idaho ban grown in membership from GOO^famlhis to nearly 2500 and the number Of churhes from 10 to 49. LastSunday was the 18thanniversary The Con. W. & M' Co., will shortly erect a ,40000 gallon water tank neslr Its new bulding. The tank will be thirty feet up from the ground, and will tie supplied with a gasolene engine. The water will be UBed for fire purposes.