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time caud. 'eowis U ii, e of p iv tu re of lassen.:, r trains pelier. /..I Ii.i'OA J/ at .Mont arriva] and de ! Airrnv DEPAuT 2:00 p. in. a. ill. •*>*) 1>. III. ~0 a. m. M. E. Kino, Agent, i Montpelier, Idaho. West, bound No. 1 1 ■*, ,J P 1,1 \\ est hound No. I i };2() a. East bound No, •>. East bound N'o. t> ui. J bôO p. in. '■I'» :i. m E. Burley, G. I*. & T* A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. A; T. A. _ Salt Lake Cily, Utah. . ,i7 I syrup. Onr price is 39 Local News i 1 T 1 We have a full new »lock of groceries and onr prices are the lowest. IT. 39 The public schools will next Monday. All kinds of nght. IT. The two doves across the track have flown by order of Sheriff Olsen. Repairing and you wait. First class work, the tailor. open again clean-.tig done while Schmid ' Miss Euderle is attending the state teachers meeting at Boise this week, She »'ill be home to morrow. Look at my new winter samples, finest in the country. CLas. Schmid, the tailor. ! The 5 cents 3 a 1 39 "Affidavits of annual assessment" blanks for sale at this office, each, 50 cents a dozen. Talk about a good cigar we have Try the I a:ist, three for \ them, quarter. IT. The same resolutions yon used last will do for this. Having broken year them once it will be easier to do it again residences for We have some choice Cal 1 and we will show you Bear Lake Realty Co. gale cheap, the property. Joel Fuller, manager. A h wse buyer from Rock Springs was in town Monday picking up heavy draft horses. He secured a flue lot and paid good prices for them Your suits will cost a few cents more at Schmid's tailor shop, but tliov worth more than any suits ordered from Fit and work guaranteed. are an agent, FOUND— A dark graj overcoat on Oakley & Hess steps. Owner can have same by calling at this office and pa\ i ng l'or this notice. ^ The Montpelier Lumber Company as a large quantity of lumber of all kinds __ hand and will meet all competitors both in price and quality. Try us 2o on Manager Rostan. of Riter Bros. Drug thanks for a bottle of fine ,.Wmna<Mie wine and a box of famous C hancellor cigars, sent to the office for 1 Christmas reminder. need to send away All Co., has onr No LADIES"! from home to get pleating I 1 of ac-ordion pleating; any width 42 inches and all work gnaran r P !° Prices reasonable at Mrs. Geo. E. teed. Prie . 43 . 4 « Gardners. (let , ire3 to an rhathe is in his new office back * ready to meet all He r done. Attorney nounce of the Hunter House Wh £ ar a specialty of collections, wnile makes a »1 ' - „ iven prompt all law bn mess - uition. Si floff entertained a large 189 S of*friends Sat. Dec. 19th at a * was number birthday party, spent in playing games dllicions lunch was served^ The evening after which a i'nve Ma!t Wbi kev ; keep id II).. h, y- jnst the thin« t »nse. Lvmaa Drag Co. i.ih and tue Palace remem bered the Examiner on t'bmtmes day Wednesday night was <oldest of tin; season -Hi The So! one of the ! IT..VP vn„ n,, 1 will be (ieiinqaent Mond; XtS '' W * ^ » ! No more snow has fallen yet, and there is only a few inches 011 the ground. Fi> .'.ionize home inibi-u-y bv having yi.ur .-iH.s iiin.ie and < lea dng ( ' L>ns - ' chim'd s, the talk. . com* at The Short Line now has a special of l ' cei ; 011 '-'it y in the yards at this place. Lucius Bingham Ins the iob. \ ou can't teh where von can do the best until you try. Try us for grocer ies, cigars, tobacco and candy. IT. 39 1 he Bear Lake Realty Co., lias buyers toi all k ini of property. Have yon anything to sell? Try us. Joe Fuller. manager. \\ e wan. town lots tor prospectiy If yon have any to sell list them with the Bear Lake Fuller will sell them for I e customers. i Co. Joe yon. Not many goodbye. It has not been were sorry to bid 1903 a prosperous year for everyone, l(i()4 promises to he much better. winning absolutely the lightweight championship. All the merchants are taking stock an d fi gui j ng ont how mnch they made last year. Corbett whipped Halon to a finish at San Franciso the other night, thns Tlnndreds of people perished in theatre fire in Chicago Wednesday afternoon. a A dauce was given at (Georgetown *last night, and a character ball will be given at Dingle tonight, also be a dance in the L. D. S. house in this city tonight JF a There will meeting The Salt L ike papers state that Mrs. Kutnewsky died in that city on the 24th. The deceased was well known in this citv, where she lived last summer. fk bouncing baby boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Bedel on Christmas day./ /rhe brickwork on the new machine so ops is nearly finished. The round house roof is being put on and the struc ture will be entirely enclosed within a few days. The turn-table is being fin ished up so that engiues can be handled on it. An immense crew of men are as pos pngb j n g wor k along as fasfy 8 ^ e ^ ur i ng t i ie goo d we ather. • \\ or d reached this city a few days ag o that Jack Lutz, an old timer of Q ar( j t . n c j tVj y, a( i died suddenly at that place IIe wag wel j t nown to most all tbe pe()ple of the va n ey . Mr. Lutz was beavi)y interested in the mines near Garden City. WANTED—Faithful person to call on re tail trade and agents for manufactur j ng house having well established busi ness; local territory; straight salary $20 paid weekly and expense money ad vaneed; previous experience nnneces ... , , . sary: position permanent; business suc cessful. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Superintendent Travelers, 605 Monon ß!dg., Chicago. 40-52 To improve the appetite and streghtn en the digestion, try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach, and Liver Tablets. Mr. Jr H. Seitz, of détroit, "They restored my appetite Lieh., says w ben impaired, relieved me of a bloat ^ f ee ]j ng an d caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." There are people in this community who need just such a medicine- For s .le bv F. A. Lyman. Every box war sale iiv r a y t ranted. Swear off today and stay by it Be sure and make it '1904' from uow j on. Dent Gee has closed bis store and will shortly enter a dental college. I Dr * H Beckst'om. Dentist, ^ rHU,ied * Next door to bank. .-vil work 42 / Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Budge spent Xmas in Montpelier, f If it sin the Drug Line, we have it. Lyman Drug Co. Miss Mae Hoff returned from Logan - cudav. Dent Gee left j-esterday for Carlin, Nevada, where ho again will begin railroading. V-Joliu S, Barrett is in town from Mil ford, Utah, on a visit.^ A large number of Montpelier's young folks attended a dance «it Berne Wednesday evening. 4(i I Married at Granger* At the home of Mr. David liagley presence of assembled friends and i and M rs. at Granger, in the guests, Judge J. T. M. Kingsford united in marriage Evi domain and Emily Myers. Mr, resident stockman of this county, and is highly respected by all of his business integrity and honesty, Miss Myers is a native of Idaho, Roumain is a her parents living in our neighbor ing tow n of Ovid. She is one of natures own and is loved and re spected by all for her sunny and loving disposition^ Mr and Mrs. Roumain were the recipients of many useful presents^ After the ccrniony, which was beautiful and impressive, Mrs liagley ushered guests and the happy couple into the dining room where all sat down to a o. «tintions repast, giatulations, toasts and good wishes were showered on bride and Con groom. After a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Roumain will be at home to any and all their friends at their ranch on Green River. Mountain Club was entertained at the home of the president, Mrs, Hoover, The program was very interesting. Members answered to roll call with Club Notes. Gem of the Mountain. On the 19th of Deo. the Gem of the Subject,.*'Tis More Blessed to Give Than To Receive, some beautiful thoughts were expressed on this subject by each the members the talk was entirely i n i orma * Christmas sentiments. Conversation— u u , . Clnb * of Idaho have P^dged one thousand dollars, to help furnish an Idaho room at the St Louis exhibition; as to what help this club will give, Stndy—"The Royal Colony," was led by Mrs. Hoover, Mrs, Rose gave two yery pleasing instrumental selections, one selection was of her own composi tion. After the program, business period. The District Eederations of Woman's came the n °tbing definite was decided upon, the matter being left over for consideration at fcbe noxt meeting. Clnb Ajournée until Jan. 9th., to meet wit h Mrs. S Hughart. WE HAVE OFTFV WOI.flEREI) vvheth« r or not tne publie under stands the necessity of disinfect, - auts aro ind t ie sick room. Too much care cannot be gt. . to rendering everything about tne patient thoroughly antiseptic as to prevent contagion. Chloride of Lime, Oarbo-Cresol and Sulphur generally used. so Ct colin are We have them all. Riter 'Bros. Drug Co. Logan Utnn, Franklin, Montpelier. Idaho. I'lesuui. a« •• Catholic Church. Program of the services: Midnight Mass. Kyrie, from Werner's Mass in C. Glorio and Credo from the Adeste fidole , by Noyarro. Sanctus from Werner's Mass Hymn "Like-a strong and raging fire " Agnus Dei, from Werner's Mass. "What lovely infant can this be?" Second Mass at 8:30. Third solemn Mass at 10:80. Organist Mi*; Kate Brennan ; member of the choir Miss Bessie I ayngnnd Mi Maude Brennan. same. es Rev. \Y. J. A. Hendrickx, Director of Priests' League of Idaho. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Divine services are held every Sun day as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 Snndny School at 2 1 ». in. Bible Class for grown people at 8 p. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Subject of sermon: "Christ still ing is waves," The public is cordially Invited to at tend any or all services. Alward Bhambeblaink, Episcopal Missionary. a. m. in. Presbyterian Church. Services in the Presbyterian chure», Sunday at the following hours: Sabbath School at 10 o'clock. M- rning preaching at 11 a. m. Sub ject: "Despondency and its Cure. " Evening preaching at 7:80 p. m. Sub ject: "As You Think, You Are. ' Christian Endeavor at 8:80. All are cordially invited to be present* J. H. Rodgers, Pastor. LYMAN DRUG COMPANY. F»RBSCRIF»TIOIN DRUQOISTS. Telephone No. 15 . deliver any thing you order. 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