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OREGON SHORT IHNE
TIME CARD. I elow is tlie time par m e < f pelier. i.MLROAD', ot arrival and de là ssenger trains at Mont* ARRIVE West bound No. 1. 1 :55 p. m West bound No. 11 4:20 East bound No, 2. 3:50 p. m. East bound No. (5. 7:15 a. m depart 2:00 p. m. 4:25 a. in. 3:55 p. m. 7:20 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. a. m. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Montpelier, Idaho, Apnl 22, 1904. •w T Local News f Jack Reeves went to Afton yesterday: Frantz Nielsen does exeelent work/8 t . I All kinds of syrup. Onr price Ids rieht. IL'. v ^ George Miltenberger is very sick at V. eiser, Idaho. l p St 8t ° re ° f Montpolier ' The o den tu e. 8 A ward of the L. D. S. church has been organized at Inkom. Garden Seeds and Flower Seeds and Onion Sets at H. B. Whitmans. 5 Plowing is getting into full blast over the valley. The commissioners met in adjourned session Monday. Andrew Larsen came in from Novene Saturday on real estate business. Store of Montpelier, The Clothin, The Golden Rule. <jr 8 .iudge Gougn nas inoveu into new offices over Riter Bros. Drug Co.'s store. We have a full new stock of groceries and our prices are the lowest. IT. 39 Ben Bergman was in Soda Springs Wednesday. -, The Millinery Store of Montpelier, The Gulden Rule. <—& Mose and Ed Lewis arrived home from their trip to the east th is wee k. ^ Embroiders, Laces, Ribbon and Trim ings in many styles at 11. B. Whitmans, The Dry Goods Store of Montpelier, The Golden Rule. g ^ has Barclav is moving his photo gallery into the building next door to Lyman's drug store. " A swell line of Boys Spring Suits Hats & Caps extra pants at 11. B. Whit -1 man. My new spring samples are in. Call and ee them at, Chas. Schmid's, the! tailor. 49 For Sale—One-sea ted pharton for sale blacksmith cheap. Apply to Dad's shop. , T . .• About, eight vears ago branrz Nielsen , " T * , . . . painted the Jones residence up-town.; 1 . . _ Q It is in good shape yet. 8 J 8, Frantz Nielsen bas returned and will do all kinds of painting* paperhanging at lowest prices. I have good clean oats seed for sale, Parties wanting same call on Parley 8 Peterson, Ovid, Idaho. Latest Novelties in Waisfe Sets, Hair Pins, Large Military Buttons at II. B. Whitmans. ° Call and see our line of sample Hois ladies and childrens values H . B. Whitman. 5 ery in mens, unheard of. Get your order in fora new spring Schmid, suit, selected from my new spring sam ples. Fit guaranteed. Chas. 49 the tailor. .* Frantz knows how. 8 The county ;;ssessor is about thc land taking note of the people's belo: All work guaranteed by u gs Fr ntz Ni cl S sen. It dont come off when Frantz Nielsen puts paper tin. Paper hanging by Frantz is anti-come S ' off. in quality, quantity. style * prices, Th** Golden Rule. Childrens ready made dresses. The Golden Rule. When your wall paper comes off hav Frantz Nielsen put it on to stay, The Famous Elgin Shirts in tkemitest patterns, The Golden Rule. 3 Frantz Nielsen is here again. Does good work and does it reasonable to. 8 Fishing tackle of all kinds, line at right prices- Riter Bros. Drug Always First 8 ' s e Fine new Co. ATtrrrm '. 1 f i 'j* 1 r i TTliud Mrs. Bagley carne up trom Boise tins week for a JMw ^ays visit ^ ' ^J^-** 0 * >ee our line of mens hats and caps childrens caps and etc. AtH.B.Whit man . The Presbyterian church congrega £i 01J are eX p ec ting a new minister about the middle of May. All kinds of bar for sale. Horses feg by the month. Enquire at H. B. Whitf mans. The wet weather bas temporarily de laved operations on the many new bmldmgs going np around town. Try the cigar "IT,' y ' Made especially for Montpelier trade. Best 5 cent smoke 5 i in town. . 52 F. C. Stanford, general manager of the Eastern Idaho division R. M. T Co., was in Montpelier a few days ago Francis All those wishing Kemmerer coal can leave orders at Hunter House, Wilcox,- agent. 5 A Beautiful Line of summer waists Corsets Covers, Under skirts in the Ö Latest Patterns at H. B. Whitman. You can't tell where you can do the Best until you try. ies, cigars, tobacco and candy. Trv im for umcpy. us roi giocti 49 Andrew Larsen has sold his city prop erty in Montpelier to Mrs. Teuscher. ^ le deal was made by the Bear Lake Realty Co. A beautiful line of ladies waists We w ^b save you 15 to —> per cent on then^^~J an( * £3 ve y° u lattest patterns at. H. It Whitmans. 15 At the last meeting of Idanha lodgL K. of P., Dr. Holbrook resigned as AB, of F., and C. N- Sweet w-as elected to fill the vacancy. IT. Have several very tine pieces of city rea ^- v t * lat vv e <5an 8e ^ ver - v Gieap. Call arul let us shovv y° u - Joe Fuller, of Bear Lake Realty Co. Shoes we, can give ytou the best values . , 2 r , von have ever had. Remember we , guarantee our shoes to give perfect, „ .. „ n satisfaction. H B, Whitman 5 Now is the time to pick up a few snaps in real estate before the spring boom. We have some fine places in the city that can be had for very little *' money. See our list; Bear Lake Realty Co. Joe Fuller, manager. Mrs. H. R' Harris, wife of the Short Line's night operator, and daughter caaie in from Laramie, ' Wyoming, last Satuiday morning, expecting to remain here this summer, but they were hardly located when Mr. Harris was transfer red on Monday to Montpelier. The peo plo of our sister city will find Mr. Har ris all right in eyerv respect — Chief tain. The Shoe Ston* of Montpelier. Too , Golden Rule, D- M. .Austin U. S. Commissioner roofs and filings ; A'?s land business. iuontpelier. idnbo. Take your Land Proofs and filings to S. Commissioner, 1 ! D. M. Austin, F Montpelier. Idaho. The Catholic church has been wired for electric light, and now all tlio ! church edifices are thus illuminated. ! I J Mose Lewis lias removed the Hoff I Bankrupt stock to his store, where he 1 will close out what is left regardless of cost. Siim Lewis returned from the east .this week, where he had been purchas -■/ trig liis summer stock of good s. I o We have some choice residences for sale cheap. Call and we will show you I the property. Bear Lake Realty Co. I Joe Fullejr, manager The Royal Tailors will givp away 10 automobile to their customers this sum 3 j Do you want one Y Ask us, Th< mer. Golden Itnle. Attorney Longfellow and the Mont pelier Irrigation District will soon oo cupy new offices in the Riter block. Several showers fell this week, which ! has retarded farming operations some j what in the vaLUxvr--_ The Bur troy ne Mer. Co., are laying a sidewalk along their property on the west side of 8th avenue, from Washings Aon to Lincoln streets. ■ ^r,,, Tillli lli. ..1.l~Tr Native j Herbs on hanrt K „„, b]ood p nrm „ | ^ s|jrin „ Ule( i idne . j at. Burgoyne Can get same Merc. Co, or at Arnold Z u in um br u m r esi d en ce . Headstones and monuments as cheap as the cueapest in price, and as good as the best in workmanship. Call and see samples one door west of Brennan * Davis store. All work guaranteed, | Stones bought of me set up free in ; cemetery. J. If. Brown. j (i W. IT. Ross, who was hurt, some time j ago at Ogden, is reported to lie getting ! along splendidly. Mr. Ross is well known in this city. ! The Odd Fellows dance on the 20th - n , , , . , . , î W j|] be the best ever given by this order . The committee in charge are working to ! make it a record breaker for attendance, i L/'Hoboes are corningTInck and fast andl /r looks as though the city would have y to provide a chain gang or some other 1 remedy for this nusiance. n dge Rich and Chas. Robison leave to-day for Canada, where they go to testify before a Canadian court concern - ing a fellow named Caldwell, wbowns/ j 'j j i | : : once aruested in this county. / \ The hour of Sunday evening fmyvioes in the Episcopal church waschanged to 8 o'clock. The Subject of the Sermon next Sunday will be "St Pauls discourse I before Felix." Mrs Martha Mickelsen who has been in Gentile Valley, visiting her aunt brought her little two-year old daughter to town, Monday night, in a very criti cal condition. The little one got hold of some concentrated lve water and drank . it,. Di*. Anderson did all he could to re lieve tho '-hild's sufferings and it was some better when they left Tuesday morning for Montpelier, but there are small hopes of its entire recovery.— Chieftain. have a contract to buy a hundred thousand DOUIlds ^ WOOl, and Will pay the WOOL WANTED. We highest market price for same. Bear Lake Hide & Junk Co. JUST A LITTLE PA' NI* jj Right now wivui every ihr. - in j| nature i,s turning brown and sear A little paint wfll no a 1 u.g way towards brightening up tin* many old tilings around the plant*. Porch, chairs and seats, lawn mowers, and dozens of things in side the house need a little touch ing up. We've paint all ready to use for any purpose. Put up in any size can you may wish. Any color you may fancy. Drop in and get a color card, and we'll tell you more about it. Of course we've brushes to put the paint on wit h—10c and up i -■/ I v ■ ; i ! T% * i ^ T'y j .KltCI* jOl^OS IwiO* j LOGAN, UTAH. Franklin, Pieston and Montpelier, Idaho. j ! ! St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Divine services are held every .Sun day as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Sunday School nj 2 p. m. Bible Glass for grown people at 3 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8;00 !>• m. Subject of S'*nnan, "St. Pauls dis- . course before Felix." The public is cordially invited to at tend anj' or all services. ALWARD ( IIIAMBERLAINE. Epi set ) pa 1 Mi ssi< m a ry | j j Death of L. H. Lubben. To-day at. noon Lublne II. Lub engincer of tiio pneinnon la, af an illness of only five days, j Mr Lubben was taken sick last Sun day evening, having conn* in on the ; ben, a well known Short Line, died of ter . passenger run m the morning 1 . ° ° ! RÜuient rapidly developed i pneumonia, 1 le was a member of the B. of L. K., ami this a g°* Ills into order lent j every assistance possible, while 'j three physicians worked unceasing] v j to save his life. \ It will be remembered that Mr. i Jhubben's wife died about, one year Three boys, who are at pres | ent in the east, with relatives, : now left orphans, carried $ 1500 in the Brotherhood, which will go to the boys. No arrangements will be until Mr. Lubbcti's father, now on the road to this city, lias arrived for the funeral. I are deceased The made who is Millinery at Cost, I will close out mv eptire line of for the next ten days, at offered in Montpelier for the money; some prices: $1.50 Hats 75 at $3.00. Everything in trimmings at Childrens Leghorns each. Also a fine line ot childrens hats at 50c, 75c and $1.00 Mrs. S. J. Kalfenbe millinery, d'lie best values ever cost. $5.00 hats cents cost, at 25 cents fger. Montpelier, Idaho.