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MILLINERY
Laces,
Untrimmed Hats,
Ready-to-wëar Hats
Pattern Hats,
Novelty Braids,
^Confirmation Wreaths.:
Silks,
Straws,
Ornaments,
Baby Caps,
Ribbons
Flowers,
Feathers,
Burgoyne Mercantile Company,
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS*
April 26tb is the 84th anniversary of
the founding of Odd Fellowship in Amer-
ica.
- Brennan & Davis have put on a mag
nificent new delivery wagod for their
trade.
Dr. Poynter was called to Star valley
yesterday to operate for appendietas.
He will be home to-night.
The Examiner hears it rumored that
another w agon and implement company
is to open in this city. The city already
has four such business houses.
Deputy Warden Frank Richards made
a little trip over to Georgetown this
week and run across several fish nets in
the stream, which he promptly confis
cated. No doubt the owner can get an
ohterlookat the net by calling on Frank.
Mr. Gleason, one of the best known
commercial men traveling on the Short
Line, died Monday at his home in Salt
He had visited Montpelir rgular
/ jy for many years and had many friends
in this city.
Lake.
Services in Presbyterian church Sab
Sab
bath morning at the usual hours,
hath school at 10 o'clock and preach
Junior endeavor a t 3
ing at 11 a. m.
and preaching at 8:00 oc'loek p. m.
cordlalfc- invited to any or all of
All
are
these services.
from St. Mark's Hospital
A message
at Salt Lake City this afternoon says
that Conductor Dennis Moore'sconditlon
is favorable. Investigation developed
that his trouble was due to a blow on
top of the head with some blunt weapon
causing depression of the skull and the
incident temporary metal ubalance.
Between the ravages of an unusually
winter and the breaking out of
severe
a malignant disease among their flocks
within the past few weeks, the sheepmen
of Utah, Southern Idaho and Eastern
Nevada are afraid that their losses, by
the time they get their sheep to the sum
mer feeding grounds, will be about 60
percent oithe number they had last fall
says the Salt Lake Herald.
L. A Lehrbas, the conductor who has
the Boise branch, will
to Pocatello, having been
He will
so long been on
soon move
given ajrun on the main ine.
leave with the good will of all those here
«rhrt travel for he has always been a
mode» of courtesy in the discharge of hiH
duties. He has always shown that It
pleasure to do anything he could
accbmmodate patrons of
was a
to oblige or
vV \_ 5 Pat»*f»mftH.
Mr*'
x
ty
St.
Resolutions.
Whereas,our Creator in His all wise Judg
ment, has seen fit to call home the
inother of Neighbor Ida Lewis, thereföre
he it:
Resolved, that we the neighbors, of
flem of the Mountain Circle No. 177, ex
tender NelghborILewis our hearfelt sym
|
Resolved, that a copy of these résolu- .
thins be spread on the minutes of our ' of
Clrcle, and a copy be sent to Neighbor
Lewis, and a copy be sent to the Mont
pel 1er Examiner for publication.
Neighbor Martha Groo of
Nelghbor May Maguire,
Neighbor Libbie G. Whitman,
Committee,
pathy and be it further
Resigns His "Position*
The Examiner understands that L. C.
Milller has resigned the managements hip q
bf the G. W. & M. Co, at this point, the
^ame to take effect on May 1st. In Mr. n
Miller's deparure the city loses an enter
prising and esteemed citizen, and the
company a courteous and popular man
ager. Mr. Miller's health has not been j a
good for a year or more, and he returns
No one knows who his successor will 0
be, but the many friends of John S. Bar- '
io Utah to make his home.
3
of
tett hope he will be selected. John 1
knows every man, woman and child j
within a radius of 100 miles of this city, j
and he .is a thorough business man in I
every way, having been indentified with
the implement business here for years. |
The company could not find a more '
worthy ,successor to Mr. Miller thun
of
Mr. Bar.ett.
Woodmen Circle Entertainment*
The ladies of the Woodmen Circle had
a large crowd at their entertainment
last evening;
playing numerous games of a progres
sive kind. The prizes went to Mies
Selma Nielsen and Mr. Preston,
the boobies were taken by Mamie Taylor
and Arthur Carrick. Elegant refresh
ments were served. The affair was a
great success from every point of view.
by
60
The time was passed in
while
Lookout for Fires*
a
hiH ting of tires closer than lOO feet to any
It building,
;
of ;
Chief of Police Gee desires us to w arn
the people against burning trash in the
city limits. The ordinance prohibits set
I
Ben Bergman is home from his trip to
ëastern points.
At their last meeting the board of coun
ty commissioners mode the following
order. In the matter of petitions from
St. Charles, Lanark, Dinge, Paris, Ovid,
Montpeller.Llberty. Bloomington, Ben
nington and Georgetown asking for an
$1500 for Squirrel Poison*
appropriation for the purchaseof stryeh
| nine to be distributed to residents of the
. County to be used in the exiermination
' of H qulrrels. It is hereby ordered that
the sum of $1500.00 be and the same is
hereby appropriated out of the Current ,
Expense Fund to be used in the purchase '
of strychnine, said strychnine to be dis
tributed to the farmers of the county
gratis by committees appointed for that
purpose in each precinct.
of
Will Finish Ballasting*
Orders have been received from head
q Uar ^ ers to ballast the Short Line road- ,
f rom Granger to Dlamondville, and
n | go f rom Munson to the stockyards,
w jj| com pi e te the ballaasting to
g|, or t Line from Granger to McCammon

The *60 pound steel between Granger
j a nd Dlamondville, will be replaced bv
go pound rails, an then all the road will
have heavy steel. With the completion
0 f these improvements the Short Line
' w m have one of the best road beds in the
1 COU ntry.
j
j
I
|
'
merer, have moved to this city to make
their home.
The Short Line will make special
rates for the general assembly of the
Presbyterian church to meet in Los
Angeles on the 18th of May.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of Kem
<•> *
J THE SOLO CLUB,
* DOUGLflS^ BROS., Props.
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars.
Biggest line of Pipes in the County, from 5c to $15.00.
Any kind you may want. Also full line of Chewing Tobacco.
THE SOLO CLUB
Montpelier, Idaho.
Mrs D. U. Keeney and children left
this morning for Me Cammon where
Dave is now in business They area
most estimable family and leave many
warm friends in this city.
ing that time, passed to the great be.
yond on April 17th, 1903, surrounded bv
, lier f am ii v and many fiiends.
'
Sad Death at Dingle*
Miss Mary Mathilda Cook, an invalid
of two years, and a great sufferer dur
The
death scene was heart rendering as Sis
ter Cook had a great desire to live, and
fought death to the last. Miss Cook
though young in years, was a natural
leader among the young people before
she was stricken down, and had been a
subject of their faith and hope during
her sickness. She was a daughter of
, George and Alice Cook, and was 16
years, 4 months and 4 days old at the
time of her death
The fanerai was from the Dingle
• meetinghouse, where consoling remarks
were made by I ishop Humphreys,
Elders J, H. Grimmett, Samson Nate
and George Nate. The remains were
followed to the grave yard by many
friends.
Don't Mix Your EgS*.
Don't set Brahma. Wyandotte and
Leghorn eggs In the same Incubator at
the* same time. The amount of moisture
or ventilation required to hatch
will be too much or Insufficient to hatch
the other variety.
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