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OîthÜON SHORT LINE RAILJIOAD
time card. „ i . . , . relow ..t» 6 time of arrival and de «• parture of passenger trains at Mont pellet. , 1:55 p. m. ■ m. 3:20 a. m. : « 55 D m : . p. m. I Montpelier, Idaho. 1 r» a _ i D. 8. Spencer, i A. U. P. & T. A. ARRIVE West bound No. 1. 1:50 p. m Westbound No,6 3:15 a. East bound No, 2. 3:50 p. East bound No. 6.8:15 a. DEPART in 8:20 a. m. M. E. Kino, Agent. m. Thj funeral of Judge Kelly was held ! at tbe L. 1). S. meeting house this morn ing instead of at his residence, as stat ed in the article on the first page. Don't forget the Odd Fellows ball to be giyen at Oakley's hall next Wednes day night. Tickets are only $1.00, and a good time is promised to all who attend. E. Burley, G. V. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Sidney Stevens of Ogden, was in the city yesterday looking after the com pany's business here. Too busy to write up an ad. Sweet the jeweler. 34 General vi anager Buckingham of the Short Line, who is making a tonr of in spect ion over the system, spent yester day investigating conditions at this point. It will be to your advantage to trade at The Fair, goods always the best, and prices always the lowest. 33 Mrs. Rudolph Teusoher was brought She is at the home of her sister. Mrs. Jacob Kunz. DAWn _ _ _ KAlNCtK "Grl 8ALK—Almost new; j 6 hole range for sale cheap. Apply to Chas. E. Harns. The choir of the Episcopal chnrch bas be in attend ser been reorganized an ance henceforth at all the evening vices. Mrs. Case has kindly volunteered to serve as organist. Some good work is expected of the choir this winter. Freight traffic on the Short Line is still booming, with no prospect if it let service on the first district than ever 1 before, Mtaster Mechanic Car rick says that he is unable to keep trains moving as fast as they come. J The members of the Presbyterian ohurch are arranging to give Rev, Zim tnurwan and bride a public reception up on ,rü " T *'. I( 11 "• I pected tnat they will arrive Saturday, Oct. 29. In this event the reception will be held Monday night. Oot. 3iJ" Definite announcement will be made in sartorB, rch was ,ofrom town Sunday. He reports that work is progressing on the Electric Light Co.'s, plant there. The dam is completed, and the ground is ready for the pipe line which will be put m as soon as the BarveV'L r now a"nt"m^eS for*e transmission line and the poles are be ing distributed as fast as they are got ten out from the timber. Frank Cutter i. in Bear Lake county thi ' ÄwXtt '"For i S^ÄiÄt!« the year ending June 30, 1905. the paper will give premiums to the amount of $100.000. The largest premium at the i distributionlast June was awarded to Mrs. L. M. Stoddard of Ogden- It was'^ a check for $10,000. Mrs Stoddard was formerly a resident of Georgetown. tbisconnty. A corps of Short Line surveyors are at work running a preliminary survey j from Jo s Gap to town. The supposi tion is that the company is figuring on | putting in water works for the shops here and the preliminary line is being j lüïdtaformattonT whichTd ÄaS; 1 canyon it is said that a sufficient supply of water could be obtained for the shops and engines at this point. our next issue. San Rev. Zimmerman of this city, and Miss Heinbangh were united in mar riage at the home of the bride's parents ta^allej, Neb on Wadneaday Oct. 12. Mr - and Mrs. Zimmerman left at once for Harrison, Neb., where they are now visiting with his parents. Word was received a few days ago from Thor Nielsen, who is now in Den mark, that he would not rent his brick store room to the government to be oc cupied by the postoffice for , es8 thftn $2 - a month. Postmaster Underwood has so notified the authorities at Washing ^° n - When the postoffice inspector was here several weeks ago he made the ! Nielsens an offer of $20 a month on a five year lease. . " I _ 0 . . , , ■ 18 n ,° W rea t y rh« d TT °L?"iïf 88 KT 0rk Can at f reasonable prices. Absolute Instantaneous 2522* h , e i re h 2 Ve ex ^ 0 "Â ableand Y® n 6e frOI 5 nlur caused by movement. Come and b® convinced. Chas. Barclay, Photo grapher. 25 It is now up to the postoffice department to say whether they will take the building at $25 a month. An Accident. While filling a gasolene lamp, last Tuesday night just after dark, which had been lit and extinguished, the gen bad evidently not cooled off sufficiently, the gasolene ig nited and in a second both the editor and his wife, also the office, were one mass of flames. Through the efforts of willing hands who were close by. the flames were soon extinguished, without having caused any damage to speak of. The editor and wife, however, did not get off so easy. Both their hands were _, , . _ , or - J 88 ? severely 'burned, the «rptrr to use it again. We naturally are now laboring under a great mauy difficulties in issuing the Independent and ask the indulgence of our many readers during our trying ordeal,—Star Valley Inde pendent. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Divine services are held every Sunday as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. m* Sunday School at 2 p. m. Bible Class for grown people at 3 p m. i™r.?zr r™ vr Sab ject: "Whom the Lord Loveth He Cbasteneth;" Hebrews 12:6. The public ia cordially invited to *t . , ,, __._ tend all services. ™ . _Episcopal Millenary. Confessions of a Priest. Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., writes For 12 ye*us I suffered from Yellow Jaundice. I consulted a number oî the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in Its grasp for twelve years." If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble, stomach dieorder or E^Wc BIUers. It'. guaranteed by Rlter Bros. Drug Store, ° nly C()c ' \ - ***************** Î Take your order for * HARNESS, iÄ ™ If !» SADDLES arid HORSE * m U , FURNISHING GOODS» mg * tA 1 Uf ARMAI A Z * |)ll el* fl. IIRIiUbL/ Î » * m v ^ * Bring YOUT repairs when Z " ° * " * » yOU 00106 to town and » » i . , . ft g have your Work done neat ^ * and correct at reason. * t t * M maISLJSVJS 0 " T °" R TnTsu • g MONTPELIER, - - IDAHO. * * Alward Chamberlaine, » At the grand lodge of Odd Fellows, which W J held at Warn pa this week, i .. . „ œ ,_ » a \ the Allowing officers wereelected lor the ensuing year: Grand master—Frank Martin of Boise, Deputy grand master— J. L. Chap . / . . man of Lewiston. Blackfoot. Grand Lodge Officers« Grand wai den—James M. Stevens of Grand secretary—D. L. Badley of Boise, Grand treasurer—Montie B. Gwinn of Boise. Grand representative—Levi Magee of Grangeville, The report of the grand secretarv, D. L- Badley, showed the total member ahiP in Idaho to be 5676, a gain of 642 f or year. The receipts were $101,231.86, an increase of $18,228,80. '« he relief extended amounted to $16, 601.28, an increase for the year of $520. The will m Tj Tl is _ ton next vear K ^ Saves Two prort) Death "Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Haviland of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other . . , who had Consumption In an advanced stage, also used, this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well." Des perate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr. King'* New Discovery as to no other remedies failed, we saved her llfq with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our niece, medicine on earth. Infallible for Coughs an( i colds. 50c and $1.00 bottles guar sr Bro °- Drug sto - b _ ott te8 free - __ * Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. King's New Discovery Fnr rONBTJMPTION f or ^OVSHB and Price 50c & $1.86 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure : Lung Troubles. Money baok if it fail«. Trial Bottles free. ♦ _ . , . _ _ i* Ht MALADE SAI OON v u UnLUvIl, i r J. F. O CONNOR PrOD * —^ Fmest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars « + ■ ». > ♦ « * X « « X AlWE-YS Oil Hälm * * * ' ♦ * * CofUdT of Washtno+nn Av t> -»«4 tru-L c a. ♦ WaSümgtOn AVC. t and IOth Street. ♦ Montpelier, ftftt S rpa p.. ! I MC UlllV PlaCP # . I * W S 1 » - % g S 5 _ | MflKTTpUT TTD T\DUr rAHirra a i MUJN irtLlllK DRUG COMPANY S A Ufinvcn im A. HOOVER, HanaYer. * Ä ++++++++++++++++++++++++ 4 4 4* 4 ♦ ♦ * ♦ ♦ V * * ♦ ♦ + ♦ Y Idaho* ♦ V m * * 4» 4» 4» ; To buy tHe latest and most line of pbeket knives and most reasonable prices. We are here with the and inspect our line. - 4* up-to-date razors at the 4» 4» m m m Î 4» 4» 4» goods. Call in 4» 4* 4* 4* f* 4* 4» S * s 4* 4» 4« 4 * m fy Some Snaps. 50 x 190 feet near bank for sale Cheap. 3 acres close in, will make 12 lots. Cheap. ^ 40 acre chicken farm near Ovid; houses, incubator and everything arranged to start a chicken business. Lucern and Grain land. Fine big residence and 1J£ acre lot in east Montpelier. Well im proved. 8 acres, good 4 room house, big barn, best orchard in Bear Lake, at Bloomington Also 6 acres adjoin ing, all for sale Cheap 2 fine residence in Hufftown. Hay ranches, farms, town lots, all over Bear Lake. WRITE US. Bear Lake Realty Co. Fire and Life Insurance. Notary Public in office. Office 1 door west Brennan & Davis MONTPELIER, IDAHO. A MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. .MÜMFORD BROS, Props. RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business Draying to all parts of the City. Baled Hay always on hand. Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND * CUMBERLAND COALS T. M. McCANN, Manager.