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TXMB card. Below is tue time of arrival and de parture of passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE DEPART Westbound No. 1. 1:50 p. m 1:55 p.m. Westbound No.6 3:15 a.m. 3:20 a. m. East bound No, 2. 3:50p. m. 8:55 p. m. East bound No. 6. 8:15 a. m. 8:20 a. m. M. E. Kino, Agent, Montpelier, Idaho, D. 8. Spencer.' A. (1. P. & T A ———,- - - - Montpelier, Idaho, Nov. 4, 1904 ____j E. Burley, G. P. A T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah» ADDITIONAL LOCAL _ . , . . Pete Lav eg has been re-employed as engineer on the short lane. Fresh Crab apple and orange cider at Sadie's. 87 John Barrett attended the funeral of F. L. Goddard at Ogden. Pres. Badge returned this morning from a visit in Salt Lake. Mrs. J. K.* Nelson is visiting with friends in Salt Lake. Threshing machines are running full blast throughout the county. Mr». A. B. Miller of Pocatello. i. vi.it ing witn her mother in this city. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. King have moved into one of the new Burgoyne cottages. Mrs. Geo. Hepperly of Sajt Lake, at tended the funeral of the late J. L. Hunter. Father Hendriokx is expected tp visit hi* friends in Montpelier about the 2ist of this month. Mrs. A. Richards will leave in the morning for Pendleton, Oregon, to join her hnsband who is now braking on the O. R. & N. the democratic candidates held forth at Liberty last night- They report having had a good meeting. "Col." John O'Connor and several of FOR 8ale— At less than half price; one Milburn wagon as good as new, inquire at this office. 38 The Burgoyne Furniture Co. now has a complete stock of furniture and house furnishings. See them before you buy anything iu the furniture line. L. E. Eriohson was over from Mink Creek yesterday with a load of fruit He reports that the hay, frnit and grain crips in that section were very good this year. The Gem of the Mountain Clnb will ■ meet with Mrs. J. A. Bagley tomorrow afternoon. The meeting last Saturday was postponed on aceouut. of Mr. Hun ter s death. Jndge Budge returned this morning from Pocatello, where he has been hold ing court for the past two weeks. He will return there on the 17th to hear a couple of cases. Mrs. J. S. Barrett is here for a ten days visit. She came up from Ogden, to which point she bad been called from Ontario to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, F. L. Goddard. Miss Kittie Brennan was treated to a pleasant surprise last night by about 25 of her young friends The eveniugjwas most delightfully spent in games, music and a jolly time generally. Refresh menta were served. 0. E. Harris has been appointed col lector for the Electric Light Co., with I authority to collect all bill* due the! company. Parties wishing to pay their electric light bills will find Mr. Harris at his office, one door west of Brenuau & Davis' stove. j Will Coz^eus.bdS Jetuoifid .from Oj J den where heaccpmpanied hie, brother, Eftri ' three weeks ago. He reports that hoovering nicely from the el 1 - | fects of the operation for "appendicitis C. B. Wheeler, of Pocatello, the old time life insurance man, was in town ! Tne8da V< His friends were surprised I that C ' B had <l uit the insurance bqsi nesfi * Hö is now ^Üng cigars and is , travelin g for Reiger & Lindley of Salt kake. | Mias Nielsen arrived yesterday j ^ rontt a f°ur months visit at Copenhagen. j She reports * having had , ft, delightful . time during her stay in Denmark and a pl©a**nt ocean, voyage on her homeward top- Tnor will rëmain in Copenhagen until next spring. The postal department has issued g neat little pamphlet giving valuable in | formation regarding the poetel laws and regulations for the pse of the pub lie. Postmaster Underwood has quite a number of the pamphlets and patrons can secure. them by applying at the post office. . I The "kids," and some of them not ver y small "kids." either, weré Monday night indulging in the usua l were Hallowe en pranks. Np serions acts | were committed - the hoys confining *£ " < f' y w to ~ moTin K. that were moveable, and carrying ofl: anything loose that came to their notice, The new Studio is now ready and any kind of first class work can be had at the most reasonable prices. Absolntë satisfaction guaranteed. Instantaneous Photoes made here have the best ex! pression obtainable and are free from olur caused by movement. Come and be convinced. Chas. Barclay, Photo grapber. ; 25 j Postoffice Inspector Clark was here Tuesday on business in connection with the proposed removal of the postoffioe. \y e understand that he drew up a con] tract for a lea8e on the Nielsen building at ^ a month which he will forward to the authorities at Washington for *keir consideration. Other buildings , in town are also |still under considera tion by the department. Mr. Clark left Wednesday morning for his home in New Jersey to vote. • * j The Junior Christian Endeavor gave h delightful social at the chnrch last Friday evening in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman. A short program of songs by the little folks was much en joyed. During the exercises Arline Rose presided very gracefully. After the program, lunch was served in the lecture room by Mesdames S. B. Staley M. F. Whitman. The little folks praep. ted to Mrs.lZimmerman a souvenir spoon of Montpelier and to Mr. Zimmer man a burnt leather volume of selections from Ruakin and an ivory paper knife, Card of Thanks« Words utterly fail ns in expressing our thanks to all the friends who lent us their aid and sympathy in the great bereavement that has befallenxmr fain ily Mrs A. G. Hunter and famtl g. . Card of Thanks« We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends who extended their help and sympathy to ns during our nour of sorrow. Mrs. Jonely and children. For Sale« All of my residence property on Depot street and in Hoff town, in Montpelier; right prices to the right parties. Ad dress D. McLennan, Borde» , Wyo. 85 REPUBLICAN TICKET o Presidential Electors F. J. HAGEN BARTH, Fremont. H. W. KIEFER, Bingham. E. W. OLIVER, Idaho. Justice Supreme Court I. N. SULLIVAN. Blaine. Con ù man B. L. FRENCH, Latah. Governor FRANK GOODING, Lincoln. Lieutenant Governor B. L. STEEVES, Washington. Secretary of State W. H. GIBSON, Fremont. Treasurer COFFIN H. N , Ada. Attorney General J. J. GUHEEN, Bannock. - Auditor ROBERT S. BRAG AW, Kootenai. School Superintendent MISS MAY SCOTT, Bingham. Mine Inspector ROBERT BELL, For State Senator Wm. L. RICH, of Paris Custer. . For Representatives GROVE C. GRAY, of Montpelier W. W. RICHARDS, of Georgetown For Sheriff v WALTER HÖG&, of Paris For Assessor and Collector JAS. L. DUN FORD, of Bloomington For Probate Judge D. C. KUNZ, of Bern For Treasurer LOUISA J BECKMAN of Montpelier For County Attorney JESSE R. S. BUDGE, of Paris For Supt. Schools M. F. WHITMAN, of Montpelier For Coroner J. P. NOWLAND, of Dingle For Surveyor EDWARD BEUCH ER, of Montpelier For Commissioners E. M. ALLRED, of St. Charles J. R. SHEPHERD, of Paris FRANK WRIGHT, of Bennington HOW TO VOTE For the benefit of those who cast their first ballot and others who may not be acquainted with f he new elec lion law, a few suggestions may not • be amiss. You will find on the bal * lot this year at the head of the j publican ticket the republican party emblem « an eagle with out-streached wings, and at the head of the demo re cratio ticket the democratic party v, Tr , v \ emblem, »rooster. Under each of these emblems is a circle. If you desire to vote the whole republican ticket without exception, you may do so by simply making a cross in the circle under the eagle, likewise, if you wish to vote the whole d$ino cratic ticket, (don't do it though.}. place your cross in the circle under the rooster. That is all you need do, and you may then cast your bal lot. If you put the cross in the cir-* clé under the eagle the ballot will be a good one. If, however, being a repuplican j you desire to vote for any democrat, ! or, a democrat, and desire to vote 1 : for any one republican or more, put your cross in the circle under your party emblem; run your pencil th rough the name of the republican or democrat you do not desire to vote for as the case may be and put a cross opposite the name of the per son you desire to substitute on the other ticket for your party's nomi nee. K All democrats who desire to vote their national and county tickets and wish to vote the republican state ticket should place a cross under their party's emblem, the rooster and run their pen through the names of all democratic stale nominees and place crosses opposite the names of all republican state nominees. Read these suggestions two or three times and you will then make no mistakes which will invalidate your ballot. Ought to Have Headquarters Bulletins will be received here on Tuesday night to keep the people informed on the result ot the elec tion in the various states. We sug gest that the chairman of the re publican and democratic central committees unite and secure a room Where the bulletins can be read by the anxious public. , Many of the ladies are R8 anxious as the men to hear the news and place ought can some to be provided where they to hear the news. .Tosh Billings said: to be good to your poor relations, for they might get rich and then it would be hard to explain matters* That was a wise measure applies to those who opposing the only lady candidate m this county for personal or petty jealousies. We never know when we may desire favors from people for ourselves or our friends. Vote for principles next Tuesday and not for petty feeling When the registration books close in Montpelier tomorrow night the number registered will have passed the 800 mark. The registration throughout the county will be about 98 per cent of the entire voting population and it is expected that " the vote of the county next Tuesday will exceed that of two by over 200. "It is wise saying, and in a are reasons s. years ago , • Best Liniment cn Earth. Henry D. Baldwin. Supt. City Works, Shullsburg. wis., writes: ave tr,e d many kinds of liniment, but I U " ta ' 1 mafclsm and pains, on earth. . rug Store 1 " " Water "I for rheu I think it is the best *2,5c, ÖOc, $1.00, and Montpelier » v _ has ever equalled it Nothing can eyer surpass it Or. King's New Discovery For (S"~ OÄ Price »c* 91* A Perfect Cure; For All Throat and Lung Troubles. Mnaybacfclfltftül«. Trial Botttaa frM.