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OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
TIME CARD. of s Below is the time of arrival and de parture of passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE Westbound No. 1 1:25 West bound No, 5. 6:25 East bound No. 2. 2:55 p. m. East bound No. 6. 6:25 a. in. depart 1:30 p. m. 6:30 a. m. 3:00 p. m. 6:30 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. p. m a. m. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. T T Local News 1 1 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas E. Huff, a fine boy. Leslie Gee has resigned his job at the Con. W. & M. Co. Rubber boots at H. B. Whitman's. 5 W. W. Burton, the Ogden banker, was in this city Monday on his way from Star valley, Flower seeds, garden seeds at H. B. Whitman's, The commissioners met in adjourned session last Monday. Leave orders with J . N. Downing for Rock Springs and Kem merer coal. Phone No. ÏÔ. Assessor Hulme has been checking np the worldly holdings of Montpelier res idents this week. Lime for Kyle.— First, class lime in any quanity at Montpelier lime kiln. M. Mourtisen, proprietor. Rev. Hendrickx visited towns in Bannock county this week. v c have an elegant line of childrens shoes just in. and get prices. Hansen and Hughes. 46 5 49 10-13 (tall and see the stock There is no need yet for sprinklers. Nature is doing a g<»od job. Give me No. 6. "Mrs. Hello Central: Chapman send me a sack of Paris High Paient Hour. Makes best bread of any Lon- in town." do resumed yesterday lett, Idaho, where he has been looking over Hie country. We hâve added to our line of merchan dise a stock of boys clothing, ifyouneed ice suit for your hoy call and see our H. B. Whitman. H. H. Hoff and Mr. De Julien went t Lake Wednesday on mi ing Hart Pres. Jas. fr.iin Emu a ni offerings. 5 c tvl js incss . _ ,-.,wn and bridge work, gold and amalgam tilling, place work, etc. All work guaranteed in every particular. Daw ley & Meh>y, dentists. Office m iiiter Bros Block. °-' tt O f the Shoshone Ben E. Brewster, was in this city this week. (> Journal, with a view to locating. We can afford to pay Hie highest cash for all kinds of hides and furs, deal directly with the nmn Bear Li t! Hide & Junk prices because we ufactm-ers. ( 'ompany. ' 1 Wed-I The Band boys entertainment i, es, lay evening was largely attended and they realized a neat sum for their During the evening, drills treasury. . , b md selections, banjo and guitar selec and dancing were givet^ ntertaining featur tions. games of the most I >ne wa3 the banjo solos given by "Blapk Bill," who is an expert on the faindu^ V, ontbern instrument, / ^ 'X A) For sale cheap—Household furniture of all kinds._ „ _ Road overseer Knutti will start roatT Work next Monday. He is now send ing out notices to a ppear for work. ^ If you want the best 1 h o that money will buy, go to H. B. Whit man. Mr. and Mrs. Hynïnr îîôlnies ârê'''re*s, 'joining over the arrival of a fine son on , Wednesday morning. __ y LOST— TTbîack overcoat near the oil house in Montpelier. Finder please leave at H- H, Hoffs meat market. BORN-To Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lyman a baby girl. Mother and babe doing splendid, s * Lyman's drug store will be headquar ters for baseball goods of all kinds this year. Call and read the new rules. 5 F. R. Richards and C. E. Hale areA ^tending the B. P. O. E. meeting ipj Pocat ello thi s week. -^ The best pBy»««-Clu»atffierlain'8 Stom ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take; j pleasant in effect. For sale by F. A. J Lyman. 18 ce. iose 8 Eggs for sale--Thoroughbred Light Brahma and Plymouth Rock eggs now on nand. From the best strains. For . prices see Geo. Dana. 13 14 For a bad taste in the month take a ^Ssj few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents F sale by F. A. Lyman. ■ The new list of the Rocky Mountain Telephone Co., shows 88 instruments in the Montpelier exchange, and since its publication several new instruments haye been added. Room to Rent—Pleasant, front bed room, for ladies or man and wife. Ap 11 The firm of Stewart & Sweet has been dissolved and Mr. Sweet, has moved his ot ply at this office, jewelry shop into the store of Chas. Hoff. Mr. Stewart will continue the former business. Paris High Patent Flour at Chap man's. Try it and you will use no ____82 oil 'f'he valley and mountain roads--^ another dose of water this week, ma ing them bad for traveling for a fe day». i The famous "Bee" brand of coffee 15 cents per pound at, Hansen and Hughes, 46 day». At a meeting of the Montpelier Lum ber Co., held Monday, Morris Rosen baum retired from the corporation, having sold his stock to other members. We do all kind of plastering, rock ähd brick work at reasonable ^prices. SaVback & Son. LOST—Letters addressed to the und ersigned. Finder please leave with Chief of Police G« l <\ Rowland Braith waite. Di. Beckstrom, the resident, dentist, gives the most satisfaction in painless extraction by the use of gas and elec trieitv. 11 5 We Imre n,n ilegaut Une < t indies shoes Ju-tt in. They are of the best, quality mimI the very latest styles. Also a fine line of Gents shoes. Our prees are right. Call and see the siocU. Hansen & Hughes. ,f -' H von don't fiel lie ve that we can sell ■ you h straw liât for •_'•*> cents that you •have always paid and 50 cents for, (call juhMMTSmiVI new mo H,B. Whitmans. The wedding fever has faste ted itself on Montpelier's young people and some old ones, too. It is said several more "cases will develop" along earlv in Tune. The Examiner wishes them a \y * fVirnmrli life * a merry journey through life. i J. E. llartvigsen, represents Mg the International Correspondence Schools, of Scranton, Penn., is in town looking after the company's business here. He will remain for a few days New line of pocket cutlery at Lyman's Drug store. Best line in the market. 5 A marriage license was this morning i 88ne d to W. D. Murphy and Anna j Michel, both of Pocatello. Mr. Murphy J i a the night herder in the Short Line Fresh candy every day at Lydia Rogers bakery up town. 10-11 pd.! Word was received here this morning j that C. L. Farven, a former employe of I the Short Line at this place, was in a dying condition at Tuscon, Arizona. I LOST—Gold watch at or near gravel j pit. Reward if left at this office Arth urCarrickT -— Game Warden Richards will make a four of inspection of all dams and fish- j ways next week and any dam not cen- ) taining the proper fishway will be opened and kept open until the law has I uuen complied with. yards here,—Tribune. The students of the uptown district i ^ Bc hool will give an operetta in the . ope ra house on Thursday next, Those taking part are rehearsing the prodne tion in a careful manner and the people are promised a rare treat,. 1'osters will ^Ssj je out t omorrow announcing the | Gathering and Caailng Maple Sap. j In gathering wo use a three barrel i galvanized tank with strainer In the • top and strain the sap again when we j " , lnto * he a** W ,î draw It Into the heater. From there It I is conveyed through a pipe to the front j pan. and from there It flows through ! the several pans to the back end of the j arch where we sirup It off. When our sachrometer denotes 28 degrees, we draw off the sirup, straining carefully, and let It stand In a can for twenty four hours at least to settle ajid then pour It off and put It back Into the back pan on the evaporator. Cook It down to 32 degrees and can while hot. This way saves all of the work of canning at the house. By using a flannel to strain sirup through all sediment and silica are removed, and a sirup good enough for the president is left. We have a bush of over 1,000 trees, and we i commence to gather the sap as soon as the buckets are one-third full, as It is necessary to boll the sap as soon as possible after it leaves the tree.—Oor. Ohio Farmer. T « * Ï* * * tt * * '* * * * * * * A 'A \* * * * ** » * * * * H * * * * ^ * The Bear Lake ^ iVluiaic Co. CAN SAVE YOU FROM 25 TO 100 PER CENT ON PIANOS OR ORGANS. ♦ / - * ♦ •5* ❖ ♦ By visiting- our parlor opposite Lyman's Drug Store, you will be convinced. Our instruments enjoy an indisputable world wide reputation for tone, workmanship and durability. Don't bite at *'fcaits" con cealing a sharp hook. To investigate be fore purchasing is pure wisdom. To pur chase without investigating is folly, as so many have learned and will learn to their sorrow. ♦ ^ * ♦ ^ «fr ^ . 4» \ ♦ J. M. RICHARDSON, Proprietor, j >, 4mnnGniGnt a 4innnnniini)i)GnGiiOGnnniini «fr /: - Olive Oil for Family Use» ' It took us u long time to find just the Olive oil that we considered gjod enough and pure enough for f imily pur Wo found it though poses. and to-day we offer you the Lucca Olive oil. We know there is none better and we offer it to you on this basis The best that we could possibly ) buy for the money. We have it. in various sized bottles or in bulk So you can get any quantity you wish Riter Bros. Drug Co. ' t • I I Do you like fancy shirt patterns ? Good «hot stuff? have a lot of Cluett Peabody shirts here that are the real thing. H. B. WHITMAN. We •t COME TO THIS OFFICE FOR FINE JOB WORK.