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OHEGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
TIME CARD. Below is tne t me of arrival and de parture of | a3f enger trains at Mont pelier. . arrive depart West bound N°* l P ' m 1:55 p - m - JS t * Wn ? *°'l 3:15 a - 3:20 *■ m. East bound No, 3. 3:50 p. m. 3:55 p. m. East bound No. 6.8:15 a. m. 8:20 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. E. Burley, G. I*. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Montpelier, Idaho, July 15, 1904. f 17 T Local News I ï Ice cream at Sadie's. Uptown. Salt Lake City is now a port of entry. Remember Whitman gives trading stamps. 11 A special containing high railway officials visited Montpelier today. IT is the only grocery store in Bear Lake County. 17 The Eastern Stars initiated a candi date last night. New line of laces and insertions at H. B' Whitman's. 15 Dr. Holbrook Heppner, Oregon, is now located at A fine bull for sale. For particulars apply at this' office. Today is payday among the train em ployes. See that new line of Mens hats, styles at H. B. Whitman's. new A good shower of rain fell in the val 15 ley on Tuesday night. Chief of Police Gee went to Wyoming this week on official business. Burgoyne Merc. Co. are sporting a new Ludlow delivery wagon. It is a beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCart came in Tuesday from Ogden for a thort visit. Bargains in second hand Sewing Machines at Oakley and Hess. 18 is visiting in this city from Pocatello. Take advantage of the great reduction in prices of all house-hold goods. At thtfOakley and Hess closing sale. Miss 1 ewis, niece of Mrs. Mose Lewis, 18 Call on the old reliable photographer, A. Jenks. Don't forg°t we carry the largest stock of shoes in town. The Golden Rule Store. For Sale —Three ware-houses at the rear of Ooklev and Hess bldg. Enquire of E. L. Shepherd. Receiver. My new spring samples are in. and ee them at Chas. Schmid's, the tailor. Fishing tackle of all kinds Fine new line at right prices- Riter Bros. Drug Co. 16 16 18 Call 49 7 L$nd Proofs and filings to S. Commissioner, Take your D. M. Austin, U Montpelier. Idaho. Have a few headstones that I can set up very quickly. Call and see them at j. xi. Brown's yard. Montpelier. Get your order in for a new spring suit, selected from my new spring sam ples. Fit guaranteed. Chas. Schmid, 0 13 49 the tailor. We haVe some choice residences for Call and we will show yon Bear Lake Realty Co. sale cheap, the property. Joe Fuller, manager. Summer underwear, mens, ladies and childrens, at H, B. Whitman's. 11 Ed O'Connor and family are outing in Salt Basin on Giraffe creek, Where did you get that fine bakery bread?Oh, up to Sadies. Heppner has had another cloudburst, but no lives were lost this time. 20 Ladies shirt waists from 85c up. The Golden Rule Store. 16 A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alex Aguer on Tuesday. A fine new line of fishing tackle just received. Prices right. Mont. Drug Co. 18 The next dance in the Oakley & Hess hall will be held on Monday, July 25th. All are inviied. Our shoes are guaranteed, both as to quality and price. H. B. Whitman. 11 Miss Selma Lin vail, who has been in California-for several months, has turned to this city. re millinery, ladies hoisery and under wear. Call and see Mrs. Whinyates for fine 13 Miss Edith Rpbertson is the guest of Miss June Hull this week. Miss Robert son lives in Glenn's Ferry. Millinery Cheap. W e are closing out our spring millinery very cheap. Come and see. The Golden Rule Store. 16 John S. Barrett and daughter came in on the train yesterday morning from Utah A beautiful line of ladies and P a t©nt leather shoes at H. B. Whit mens man's. 11 Rev. Chamberjaine is attending the Episcopal convocation at Pocatello. He will return home to-morrow. A large assortment of ladies sample wa3sts ' no t,wo ft bke. Call and see them at H. B. Whitman's. 11 The Odd Feilows, of Soda Springs, are getting the material on the ground with which to build a bull. Closing out our large line of ready mixed paints at cost. Montpelier Drug Co. 18 Editor DeWitt, of tho Soda Springs Chieftain, was np to see the circus Monday. IT handles nothing but groceries and £ reen goods hence our stock is always fresh. The Short Line is finishing up the work of laying 80 pound rails at Grang er, Fossil hill and Nugget crayon. D. M. Austin U. S. Commissioner does land business, proofs and filings Montpelier, Idaho. Boys clothing and extra pants. If we cannot save you money on this line, be8 sides giving you up-to-date goods, we do not ask for your trade at fl. B. Whit man's. Just received the new Boston Vege table Vapor Anesthentic for extraction teeth especially. Used for children 17 11 Beckstrnm the dentist. Don't forget the new stand uptown. Fresh candies, fruits, vegetables; rye bread and ice cream. Sadie Shnpe. 17 We have a complete stock of Sutton water filters. The best filter in the world. Get one. Price $2.75 at Riter Bros. Drug Co. 16 18 Boston Vegetable Vapor can be taken by people with weak heart and lung Dr H. trouble with perfect safety. Beckstrom Dentist. 16 The Statesman says that William J. Johns of Montpelier and Miss Mary Stephens «f Marsh were married Tues day morning in the office of Judge Dun bar. There are some 150,000 head of sheep on the Star valley reserve at the present time. Beautiful line of ladies and childrens oxfords and slippers at H. B. Whit man's. The depot building at this point is being patched up to staud another year or so. Will that new depot ever come? The grass on the ranges about Bear Lake valley is the best this year that it has been for several seasons. Stock of all kinds are rolling fat as a result. Arth Roberts was over from Star val ley Wednesday. He says the frost did some damage there last month, but the farmers still expect to have good crops. Large numbers of people were in town circus day from Cokeville, Soda Springs and Star Valley, besides from every town in this valley. 11 Before another full moon another mining belt will be opened up Mont pelier canyon. Just when we are not permitted to say at present. The past has been a hard spring on the railway roadbed. The high water has caused the section men all kinds of grief. The Short Line officials will hereafter make an annual trip over the road to inspect the work done on each road sec tion. Probably prizes will be given for the best kept sections. The Oregon, Short Line Railroad Com pany will sell round trip tickets to St. Louis each Tuesday during the months of June, July and August at $47.50 for the round trip. For further information all on or write M. E. King, Agt. Everything in the drug line at reason able prices. Compounding of prescrip tions a specialty. Give us a call we will treat yon right. Montpelier Drug Co. mv M -, . , ,, _ ^ . The MoConmok Mower end Rake have been on aale m this n.arke, for | tha, ly . , ye ,'it a " ^ S ° Wb eHtabJi8be<i I that you take no chances when you buy ' 18 USE MILWAUKEE MOWERS CHAIN FLOWER. makes LIGHT DRAFT CUT EASY, RUN EASY, HANDLE EASY. Large Stock of Repairs always on Hand. THOS. S. EIN OS, Agent. ! \ ! ! ' ! j ACOLD BOHLE OF BEER ! Is particularly refreshing during the heated ppell nfter a hard day s work, at office, score or shop. Just drop in on the way home and get three bottles just off the ice. Neatly wrapped and all for fifty cents at Riter Bros Drug Co* LOGAN, UTAH. Franklin, Preston and Montpelier, Tdaho. j one ; The y' re la8tin k quality is one of ^bief features, Buy one from ! Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. 21 j Lost—A telescope grip; contains la dies clothing; somewhere between low er Montpelier and Bennington. Finder leave at Burgoyne Mercantile Co's store or at this office and receive reward Don't fail to see the new Malleable Ranges at Consolidated Wagon & Ma chine Co.'s They are the latest and most Improved effort in stove build ing. 21 The commissioners met in regular session at Paris Monday. Among other business transacted was the ordering of an election in the new Montpelier Irri gation District. The same will be held on August 15th. The residents at Pegram will petiton Hhe county commissioners to reorganize aIld e8taMuh a dtatflet ?„ tbat ^ tion There are several fandliM there who are désirons of having sonool facilities close to home.