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OREGON SHORT LINli
time card. Below i. the time ot at.ival and de parture of :passenger trains pelier. JtAILJlOAD i j at Mont- j mght j ^ Ei Akt LoOp.m. J (i:30 a. m. ; your 3:00 p. iu. ; 0:30 a. in. arrive Westbound No. 1 1:2,' West bound No. 5. 0:?.5 a. East bound No, 2. 2:55 p. m. East bound No. 0. 6:25 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. p. m. m. ; j 1 Rule j us E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. 1 Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 -J Ti ' ^ I ? Local News 1 Read the ads in to-days paper. Byron Nelson was in from Pegram Tuesday. . We have a full new stock of groceries and our prices are the lowest. IT. 39 \ George Bourne was down from Coke ^ ville Monday. All kinds of syrnp. Our price is right. IT. Joe Davis and wife are guests of Mr. an d Mrs. Jeff Davis this week. Do not fail to see the elegant new line of ladies skirts just arrived at H. B. Whitman. Turk«' s were not oVerly plentiful for Thanksgiving in Montpelier, but most everyone succeeded in getting one You are sure of getting something good if you go to Lyman's for your whiskies, wines orbraudies. ies, 39 a 38 Mrs. H. Ballentine came up from Pocatello Sunday to attend the funeral of her niece, Viola Ericksen. Lyman has just what you want for card party prizes in noyelty leather goods. Repairing and cleaning done while you wait, the tailor. Just in. The iatest thing out in wrist bags and ladies purses at Lyman Drug Co. 38 First class work, Schmid ' I 38 Look at my new winter samples. The finest in the country. Chas. Schmid, the tailor. For Sale—I wish to sell iny place iu 3 acres, house and 37-39 north part of town barn. Apply to Ben Summers. vacant lots suitable for What have yon got? We want dwelling houses. Bear Lake Realty Co Your suits will cost a few cents more at Schmid's tailor shop, but they are worth more than any suits ordered from Fit and work guaranteed. an agent, Talk altont a good cigar-we have , Faust, three for a them. Try the 39 IT. quarter. Senator Dubois has been assigned to the District of Columbia and the public ( lands committees of the United States ! senate. This will enable bun to oppose ; the repeal of the present land laws and also aid him in securing the passage his bill providing f the land Pocatello, thus making it pos this land to be sold. , ,. . . _ the red " ctl0 " n . 1 ! within the five m of for pri< A large party of invited guest s wer A present at the home of Mr. ™ ( ) L Lewis on Thursday at the chnste^ i ing of a young »on of the hostess In the evening an e aborate, toner was given. The ceremonies were according to the ancient Jewish t8 "e r y \ ritual* Many handsome presen /! \^left for the baby by admiring friends. "i. AfijVle for A r I The city council held All A 'nils of Sweaters for Men and Ladies and Children at F. no meeting last' mght owing to it being a holiday. \ ^ Biing your feet to 119 for shoes. The Golden Rule Store. Pationize home industry by having your suits made and cleaning done at ; Cbas. >chmid,s, the tailor. B. Whitman. ; j Underwear for everybody at Golden 1 Rule Store. The annual visitation of fog is upon j us and will continue till the lake freezes over. 1 CAPS. All Kinds of Fall and Winter 1 Caps for Meu and Children at H. B. ' Whitmans. 11 Hon. Tim Kinney, Pete Olsen and\ttae wife, from Cokeville, were in Mont- y The best line of cotton and woolen blankets in town at The Golden Rule Store. pelier Wednesday. Nate Franklin, of Pocatello, was cir culating among Montpelier business i You can't tell where you can do the best until you try. Try us for grocer- j ies, cigars tobacco and candy. IT. 39 men this week. An old man named McManus, waft given 10 days in the county jail by , Judge Kelly this week for petty larceny. Splended assortment of Cotton and Wollen Blankets. Quilts and Cotton Batting at H. B. Whitmans. 31 The Bear Lake Realty Co., has buyers for all kinds of property, Have you anything to sell? Try us. Joe Fuller. manager. Miss Lillie Spongberg, who is attend ing the Idaho Academy at Pocatello, is a member of the basketball team of that institution. One of D. McLennans Houses on front street for rent to some responsible parry at once. Apply to Mrs. J. T. Hartman. D. McLennan. Montpelier will grow more rapidly next year than any town in Idaho. And why shouldn't it? No town in the state can boast of more advantages. I 40 I W. D, Ream is preparing to ship sev eral loads of cattle in the near future, j His recent shipments turned out fairly well considering t e eas em mai e . He sold at Grand Is an • j We want town lots for prospective customers. If you have any to sell list them with the Bear Lake Co. Joe Fuller will sell them for you. | Before going shopping put my name on yonr li t for toilet soap, perfumes, j ' brushes, combs and toilet goods of all 1 I kinds. Lyman Drag Co. 88 j The Montpelier Lumber Company has ; large quantity of lumber of all kind» j , hand and will meet all competitors 1D For Sale-Two or three head of gentle Will weigh about 1000 Apply at this office. work horses, lbs. 38 , a a on to both in price an d quality. Try us. ( and children's nnderwear i ! ^ guitg and 8eparat e pieces at ver ; at H. B. Whitman's. i 25 Do yon want some good homers for . men ladies & children a big line of sadi ! le hosiery call and see it to see is to bXy 1° bny . g tQ Refc the very best values yin had at H. B. Whitman. j of have ever Viola, the six-year old daughter bf A ftnd Mrs . Loui8 Ericksen of this died Saturday night after a pré ^J^ i]]uess The little one had su^ I j ere a for months, and all that human * loving hands could devise, her . The funeral took r e/place Tuesday and was attended by a /! f arge number of friends, | A WE Drew Goods iu the latest weaves and Qolors at The Golden Rule Store. J. A. Barrett is home from a trip Star Valley. A Beautiful Line of Sample Golf Gloves just in at H. B. Whitman. The public schools have had a vaca tion since Wednesday ereing. School opens again next Monday. to) Fitzsimmons was given the decision over « iardner in a tame 20 round fight at San Francisco Wednesday night. Sheep for sale-1 have 136 head Cots wold sheep, fine animals, to sell, Ap Berne, 38-42. p1y to Geor K e Allemann, Idaho. Great fears were entertained, during recent storm, that large numbers of y sheep would be lost near Cokeville, bnt no loss was suffered and all of the herds are now well on the way toward the desert, where they will winter. There was more Weeks Cold Tablets sold in Hear Lake county last year than all other cold preparations together. i Try them once and you won,t wonder »t it. Lyman Drug Co. j Sheriff Griffith, yesterday, at Soda 38 Springs, sold out his sheep interests. He sold 4198 head at $2.25 per head to , Stoner & Post, of Cokeville. Wyo. The sheriff had taken them on attachment ' to foreclose a mortgage.—Advance. j , When you are sick you want a doctor that will give you every possible atten tion. When he gives you a preserip ! Ho you want a druggist to fill it that wil1 8 ive everv possible attention. I an * tbat druggist. Lyman. 38 ' 'All the comforts ot a home" will be the best theatrical production seen in , Montpelier for years. It is a comedy and is filled with mirth from beginning to end. Tickets on sale at Brennan & Davis store. People holding orders for Liquozone at Riter Bros. Drug Co., can have same filled in a few days, as we are expecting a i ar g e shipment of this medicine from I Chicago. I TALLY CARDS—We have just re ceived a fine line of tally carde, ten different styles to choose from. Made especially for card parties or playing games of any kind. Also punches Riter Bros. Drag Co. j -p be lje8t . production ever attempted by looaJ talent winbegiven inthe opera . houge on Saturday evening, December j 5 th, when "All the comforts of a home" -will be giyen. The oast includes all the Q i d ti me favorites as well as many new l>eop i e and a great representation is | promised all who attend. The regular price of the Salt Lake j Semi-Weekly Tribune is $1.50 per year. all 1 but by subscribing now you can get it 88 j until May 21, 1905, for the price of one has ; year. By taking immediate advantage j of this offer the paper will cost you but 2 cents per week, or 1 cent a copy. Cheap enough, isn't it? v Dr. Poynter made a hard trip a few days ago to Star valley. He started oat with a buggy. At Giveout he had to abandon the buggy and go from there on horseback. The roads were ter rible, bnt he made a record breaking ride. Over at Fairview he found a Mr. Tolman close to death with appendiritas. With the assistance of Dr. Pngmire, an operation was hurriedly performed, and last reports state the patient to be doing splendidly. However, Doc says he is not longing for any more such trips. i i 25 for bXy yin bf this pré su^ took a Thanksgiving Services. Thanksgiving Day was appropri ately observed yesterday by two WE HAVE OFTEN WONDERED whether or not the public under stands the necessity of disinfect ants around the sick ro nil. Too much care caunot lie given to rendering everything about the patient thoroigh y antiseptic so as'to prevent conlagion. Chloride of Lime, Carbo-Cresol and Sulphur are generally used. We have them Crrolin. all. Riter Bros. Drag Co. Logan Utah, Franklin, Preston, at ». Montpelier. Idaho. overflowing services at the Episcopal church, more than two hundred and fifty being in attendance. At the were turned evening service many away unable to find even standing room. The sermon preached by Rev. Al ward Chamberlaine was based upon the Saviour's feeding the multitude in the wilderness, the text being, They did all eat and were filled. The choir of eighteen voices, as sisted by two violins and a coronet, sang with much spirit the old famil iar hymns: "Come, ye thankful people come," "America" and "Praise God from whom all bleBs iugs flow. Miss Mary Hull's solo, "Calvery was greatly enjoyed. The church was handsomely deco rated with wheat, flowers, fruits and vegetables. »» 51 is it an is Stallion Owners to Meet* A number of owners of stallions in the va'ley are arranging for a meeting in Montpelier the day be fore Christmas. Further announce ment will be made latter on. St* Andrew's Episcopal Church* Divine services are held every Sun day as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Snnday School at 2 p. m. . Bible Class for grown people at 8 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. The public is cordially invited to at tend any or all services. Rev. Alward Chamberlaine. Presbyterian Church* . Services iu the Presbyterian church Sunday at the following hours: Ysabbath School at 10 o'clock. Morning preaching at 11 a. m., Evening preaching at 7:80 p. m. A Thanksgiving 8ermon. Christian Endeavor at 8:80. All are cordially invited to be present* J. H. Rodgers, Pastor. W. G. PHELPS, /ONSOLIA ARTIST. Shampooing & Massage. Rasors Honed. Montpelior, — Idaho.