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OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
TIME CARD. 1'elow id the time of arrival and de parture of passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE DEPAUT West bound No. 1 . 1:55 West bound No, 11 4:20 a. in. East bound No, 2 . 3:50p. ni. 3:55 p. ra. East bound No. 0 . 7:15 a. in. 2:00 p. m. 4:25 a. m. p. m 7:20 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Montpelier, Idaho, March 11 , 1901. T Local News i i All kinds of right. IT. Tlio most and best for your money at the Racket Store. syrup. Our price is 39 50 We have a full new stock of groceries and our prices are the lowest. IT. 39 Choice Ucah Alfalfa seed for sale by Consolidated Wagon & Machine 2-3 Choice Utah Alfalfa seed for sale by _Consolidated Wagon & flachine Co. 2-3 Dr. H. Beckstrom, Dentist, garantied. Next door tu bank. Co. All work 42 50 Good values as thick as the stars at the Racket Store. Choice Utah Alfalfa seed for sale by Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. 2-3 One of the prettiest lines of baby Call and see them Good Tall Meadow Oat Grass Seed that grows without water for sale by Consolidated Wagon & Machine shoes yon ever saw. at H. Ü. Whitmans. 50 2 -3 My new spring samples are in. Call and ee them at Chas. Schmid's, the 4? V All bills due the Montpelier Electric" * Co. tailor. light Co., are payable to J. A. Rostan at Riter Bros. Drug store. Get your order in for a new spring suit, selected from'my new spring sanb pies. ^Pit-guaranteed. Chas. Schmid, thetailo£_---——-^49 L Herman is home from a four fission in Turkey, Egypt and other He is glad to get Wft to Montpelier. - WW» this , ' T r„ ' ava t p pwiric wee on u,m . ■ road to Parts and Fish Haven is a su al., Judge Budge has granted a sta^ o proceedings pending the hearing of a motion for a new trial. Tlie iatter conaes up shortly. "Affidavits of annual assessment" blanks for sale at this office. 5 cents each, 50 cents a dozen. We have some choice residences for sale cheap. Call and we will show you the property. Bear Lake Realty Co. Joe Fuller, manager. See our 5 and 10c counter. You will pay 15 and 20c for the same items at our competitors. Wc sell you goods at correct prices. H. B. Whitman. 47 'oreii is. Work will commence as soon a 9 ^e*ther will permit. the In the case of Lyman vs Malone, et Ben Fitzpatrick, general chairman oft the Engineers for the O. S. L . leaves! the 15th for St. Louis, where a meet inn of all the chairmen of the Unitey on itates will be held. We make no charge if we do not sell I your property. Bear Lake Realty Co. * Good Tall Meadow Oot Grass tljat ! groWs whithout water for sale by Coosohdated wagon & MachiQe I„ Co. 2 -? Warm winter wearables wonderfully P cheap at the Racket Store. 50 i Try the cigar "IT." Made especially f° r Montpelier trade. Best 5 cent smoke in town. 52 Remember, with every ten cent pur chase at Whitman's you get trading stamps. Call and see our liberal of fer. 47 You can't tell where you best until you try. Try us for grocer ies, cigars, tobacco and candy. IT. 39 Justin anew line of calicoes, dress ginghams, outings and fine cheviots at 50 ! do the 1 I Newline of calicoes, ginghams and ! fine cheviots just in at H, B. Whit- I H. B. Whitmans. / I If you need any thing in mens, ladies j and childrens underwear, come and see our prices and stock. We will save you maus. an ,, , ,, „ —, , , 20 per cent on these goods. H. B. Whit & . man. 47 1 List your property with the Bear Lake j ReîiR y Co. No sale, no charge. j j Have several very tine pieces of city realty that we can sell very cheap. Call j ami let us show you. Joe Fuller, of ; Bear Lake Realty Co. Good Tall Meadow Oat Grass Seed • that grows without Water for sale , Consolidated Wagon & Macl)ir)e J ^°* "* '——2-3 . An engine got into the turntable pit at the roundhouse this week, and it re quiröd several hours work to get itjuife All bills due the Montpelier Electric light Co., are payable to J. A. at Riter Bros. Drug" stÖr<§7 ~ Rostan i ( Frank Jones made a flying trip to St.j Anthony and other I fr e mouk ^county ! last wegju-— | GhîëFbf Police Gee say dog ovvne^i ! will have till April 1st to provide tags, ; „ .. . . . * , ,... f. : i their canines. After that the ordi/ | rianee W1 ll^be^p rost;cuted vigoro^ gty. | All bills due the^Montpelier E ectric i light Co., are payable to J. A. Rostan at Riter Bros. Drug store. * j Adams, aged 24 and Miss R. Arminta Davis, aged 16 both of Soda Springs, j Miss Davis is the daughter of Wm J. ! Davis, a rancher well known in Poca • secretary for the past seventeen years, a g rea ^ surprise last Friday evening, The y came into the Perkins home, took V |> 8 aâ es 9 iou and proceeded to spend an royal afternoon. A fine lunch wjisen- ! djrnngrteirsta^^. - ; ^ The concert, giyen in the L. D. 8 . pieeting house, Wednesday evening, was tended by a fair sized andience. The bad roads made it impossible for man y attend who had »«tended to. The program was given in a splended ner being thoron hl enjoyed by ,, i. mL . . . . , , . present. Theentertamment brought in at)ou t News from Boise is received that a n j ne pound son was yesterdayl born to Mr8 E E williams at the borne of her p aren ^ 8 j n yesterday. County Clerk Gallet this morning is sued a marriage license to .VIr. John E. tello.—Tii fhe relief society to the number of 45. ' or 50 gave Mrs Wuli Pe rkins, their Mis. Williams' husband, Eugene E. Williams it will be remembered, was killed in a wreck on King Hill some six or seven jmontbs ago Mr. and Mrs. Williams formerly liven in Pocatello, Mr. Wil liams having been raised here.—Tribune I ! "Human Hearts'' next Wednesday evening. me in like a lion and j l cl seems to -b( £& I„ A ction show played to a small house at the tre Monday evening. P Take your Land Proofs and tilings to D. M. Austin, U. Montpejiw, Idaho. The roads are about the worst, at tits. present time, in the history of Bear vLake county. - ThTldty is full of small lakes of various sizes. In fact there is water everywhere, and then some. S. Commissioner, ! D. M. Austin U. S. Commissioner 1 does land business, proofs and filings Montpelier, Idaho. Mrs. Florence Vogel is sick at tome of her sister, Mrs. Chas. E. Har Mr. Vogel is in Missouri working ! on aiTtilwaythere. — I I_iyjc**"v»eorge Bourne is home from a I visit to Salt Lake. Her niece, Miss j Johuson accompanied her lo this cjjty jJFQr a. visit, , 1 he little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w r» v u « v 1 , ... . W. It Kirchoff, who has been ill for a 1 long period, is reported improving.— j Tribune. j Auction Sales* Mr. E. Jensen is here from Salt j Lake with a line of gents furnish ings which he intends to close out will have an auc Next j ; • , in this city. He J ricm eveiv day and evenings. door to Lyman Drug Co 3 tie*«'» a **m*er li'ixli, Each one of us lias at some time i eateu to ° much, but we have surely not gone to such an excess ns this fish has. It is called the ''black swallow C r and as a swallower tubes firs*. ! place, for its stomach is much larger | than its body. It will seize by the tail ! n eight or ten times its own size ; ' v0, f k "» ov * r " t,J "1'™^ i sliding forward one jaw and then tlio | Before taking a meal the swal | lower is a very respectable looking i fish,except for u voracious cast of conn tenance, but afterward he certainly j hnj the appearance of having eaten ; too much. Then the walls of his stoin- ; •eh are so stretched ns to be transpar eut. Later digestion begins and the swallower is turned belly upward by j the imprisoned gas and his stomach ! becomes a balloon, which lit«» him from the depths of the ocean to the surface, and in this helpless condition he is thrown about by the waves, per haps cast ashore and left high and dry by the recoding tide, In which case lie koes not swullvw any more, for the re turning tide flnus him a dead fish. V - The Constitution in Practice. The theory of the constitution is that ^tatvTtbe 'exeounveTd judiciary—are Independent of one another. In practice the government Is not carried on In harmony with this theory. The system of checks and bai «^ee« does not operate as its inventors intended. The president was to have had the P° wer of «electing Ms subordl- , nates: the senate, through the exercise of ^ [K)W ,. r „( condition, », tc ' prevent the appointment of unworthy men, especially of men who might cod- 1 nive with the president to usurp pow* ; er. In practice most of the president'! subordinates are forced upon him. He usually selects after consultation with a senator, who stands for the whole senate, for he has its pow-*r behind him through a custom which has grown to be a rule of conduct, known as the courtesy of the seu 8 *e."—Century. AS SPRING APPROACH ES ALL LEATHER USED N T HE FARM SHOULD OILED. bXPER IENCE TEACHES THAT * J BE N NOTHING EQUALSNEAT ' . . ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ n ■, FOOT OIL FOR TME PUR ! POSE. SOME USE PRE PARED HARNE SS OIL, WHICH IS A LITTLE CHEAPER, WE HAVE THEM BOTH IN ALL '(SIZE PACKAGES. Riter Bros Drug Co. I LOGAN, UTAH. Franklin, Preston and Montp* lier, Idaho. Presbyterian Church* Services in the Presbyterian church Sunday at the following hours: * Sabbath School at .0 o',-lock. Morning preaelnug at 11 Evening preaching at7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited to be present at any or nil of these services. J. H. Rodgers, Pastor. a. in. ! I St* Andrew's Episcopal Church* Diviim services are held every Sun day as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 Sunday School at 2 p. m. Bible Class for grown people at 8 p. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. in. The public is cordially invited to at tend any or all services. Alwabd Chamberlain«, Episcopal Missionary. a. m. m. Montpelier Lumber Company, tion of place of business, Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho. _ . Notice, • v ^ re 18 dmmquent upon the follow gemment levied* uixm^the^IOth ^day of January, 1904, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: Name Wm ^ Reaiu Morrt^RQsenbam 13 j n accordance with law ho manv fiha res of eoch parcel of said stock ,cay be oece ""'T. "*JI bo sold at public ai *ution at the office of said company, in Montpelier, Bear Lake county, Idaho, 0,1 the y 0th day of March, 1904, to pay the delinquent assessment thereon, tc gether with the cost of advertizing and expenses of the sale, Delinquent Notice. Loca as No. No. cert shares Amt due 100 $ 50 (0 800 150 1 0 20 10 00 « 15 as 1 < Walter Hoge, secretary. & Dated, March 11 th, 1904. Location of office, Montpelier, Idaho. Absolutely Reliable. **I like on employee that I can rely on. M "la Jones that kind of a man?" "Well, I should say so. Why, I can rely on his getting the best of me time he has an opportunity."—ChlaflKp post iiiifii -Jfe '