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OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
TIME -CARD. Below is tne time of arrival and de parture of passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE West bound No. 1. 1:50 p. m Westbound No,5 3:15a. m. East bound No, 2. 3:50p. m. 8:55 p. in. 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. DEPART 1:55 p. m. 3:20 a. m. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Montpelier, Idaho, Dec. 16, 1904. Attention Sportsmen! There will be a meeting of the Bear Lake Fish and Game Protective Associ ation, (Rod and Gun Club) at the office of Hon. T L. Glenn on the evening of Monday. Dec. 19th, 1904, at 8:30 o'clock. Said meeting is called for the purpose of trying to secure some needed changes in our state game laws. Everybody inter ested in the protection of fish and game is invited to attend, whether they are members of the association or not. J. F. O'Connor, Pres. C. E Harris, Secy. Will Move Down Town. Mrs. Thos. W. Jones has leased the Nielsen building and will occupy it with h r stock of groceries, dry goods, ladies' and gent's furnishings just as soon as carpenters can put the room in shape. She hopes to be ready for business in their new location by next Friday. At the Opera House* The Eckhardt & Hawkins Company opened a three nights' engagement at the opera house last night, presenting ' Woman Against Woman" in a pleas ant maimer to a lair sized audience. Tonight "After the Ball" will be the bill. 'The company is fully up to the average of repertoire companies that visit our town and is deserving of good patronage. Tomorrow there will be a matinee for which the price will be 10 and 25 cents. will present a grand double comedy Tomorrow ni ht the company Will Meet Sunday* j There will be a meeting of the Coir- . mercial Club Sunday afternoon at 3 o clook for the purpose of taking final action on the question as to whether or j not the club will retain its organization. All members are earnestly requested to be present and a cordial invitation is extended to all who may wish to join the club. The meeting will be held in the club rooms in the Riter block. Notice to Stockholders* Notiee is hereby given that unless all assesementsupon the stock of the Mont pelier Irrigation Company are paid by Dec. 21, 1904, said assessments will be come delinquent and the stock will be advertised for sale, and expenses added. F M. Winters, Secv Fitting up New Offices* asserted on good authority that ta e rL.v.ÏÏ e ind»^Â W in n to*Â ne rem »* ai> . . The tele floor together with office* for the .rain m ister and train dispatcher, while the second floor will be used exclusively for The third floor is to l*e office purposes. neatly arranged into living rooms for officials of the road who travel on in spection at interyals. The hotel is at present closed to the public and it is almost certain that this arrangement will go through .—Green River Star. or Won the Grand Prize* Manager J. A. Rarrett of the Stude baker Bros. Co. at Montpelier is in re ceipt of a message stating that Stnde baker Bros. Mnfg. Co. have again sus tained their world-wide reputation by winning the Grand Prize. The highest award, at the Louisiana-Purchase Ex position. Following is a list of a very few of the goods included in the award : light and heavy tine carriages, farm and Spring wagons, both light and heavy bujgies, Surrey's Phaeton's, Runabouts etc., Logging trucks, Team Sprinkling wagons, Street Sweepers, Wagon With Sheep-camp equipment, etc. from their general display, choice of material generally used, as well as workmanship were included in the Grand award. Aside 43 Fielding Academy News. The "Geographical Reader" by Frank G. Carpenter, is being used as a sup plementary book in all the classes of geography. All classes are taking examination this week, the closing examination for the present semester, and so far as the results are known they are even more satisfactory this time than previously. The * Geometry class is studying "Thèory of Limits." Prof. H. P. I rown, former Principal of the Paris District School, has recently made a contribution of 6 complete volumes of the North American Review, also Dr. Maeser's "School and Fireside,'' to the academy library. These books are valued at about $30,00. Instructor Richards gave a lecture last Friday evening in Polysophical Society * on the subject "Character Bnilding. " The school will close for the Christ mas Holidays on Dec. 23rd and will be Vesumed on Jan. 3rd. A celebration of the birthday of Jos. Smith will be had on Dec. 23rd. A pro gram for the occasion being now in of A ball, the second of the season, is to be given o-i Fridav evening, Dec. 16tb, by the class of 1906. All present and former students are cordially invited to attend, Paris Pickups* A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stncki last Sunday. Mother and child doing well. President Wm. Bndge left last Mon day afternoon for Washington, D. C., in obedience to a summons as a witness in the Smoot investigation. Miss Cora Woolley returned last ' Monday morningfrom Salt Uke, where she has been visiting among relatives and friends during the past two weeks. She reports having had a very enjoy able time while away. , The foundation for the court honse annex is now completed. Further work on the building will be postponed until 8urinK j v ' 'j T "* 11 " ">*® h ' ve !" ' he foundation for the court house addition baye gone to Montpelier to work on the ■>*" >«»k There is a little sickness among the people, consisting principally of colds and la grippe, but nothing serious. I A Very Pleasing Entertainment The enaertainment given by the lifc I tie tots of the Junior Christian Endeav or Wednesday night was a success. It was given entirely by the children, with % the exception of Mrs. Underwood and Miss Esther as accompanists and the rendering of a vocal solo, "Little Bov Bine," by Miss Florence Underwood, which was very much enjoyed indeed. Miss Underwood was unable to respond } to the second number, on account of j hoarseness, which was regretter! by the audience. In fact it was with great effort she sang at all. Those interested very much appreciated her kindness in not declining entire!* under the exist j ing conditions, and they desire here to express their sincere thanks to her. The remainder of the program was as follows; Song, Junior Band, by the entire society. Duet by Sarah Horton and Marguer ite Whitman, taken from the Operetta, Grandfather's Birthday. Solo, by Arline Rose, ' I'm Always in | the Way,"a late song and was very! sweetly sung, indeed Doll drill by 8 little girls. Unple Sam's Reception with Harrold j Toomer as Uncle Sam. Other inipor- j tant personages were impersonated as' j follows: Marguerite Whitman as Columbia. Lester Staley as Washington. Arline Rose as Liberty. Merrill Phillips as Thomas Jefferson. Sarah Horton as Betsey Ross. Bryan Fleming as Hamilton. Lucy Horton as Barbarie Fretchie. Hugh McIntosh as Morris. Helen Gray as Molly Pitcher. James Lyons as Lincoln Nettie Hagen as Harriet B. Stowe. 1 t j 1 ! Boyd Miller as Washington Irving. Mahle Miller as Frances Willard. it was wonderful how well each part was sustained and how much they all looked like the real characters. Chester Gakley as Hawthorne Raymond Reese as 8. B. Morse. This reception was very unique and The flag & gun drill, with Helen Gray as Goddess of Liberty, was very pretty. The solo, "A Dear Little, Sweet Lit j tie Baby," by Margnrite Whitman, was very well rendered, as was also a cra dle lullaby by little Mary Fuiler. The entertainment closed with the "Boston Tea Party." A neat sum was realized. Writing Life Insurance* J. Alma Hess returned Wednesday ' from Bannock county where ne had been for two weeks working in the in terest of the National Life Insurance Co. He reports having written policies to the amount of $16,000 while there. FOR Rent—A large, nicely furnished room; inquire at this office. Beautiful china and glassware, stag bora toilet sets, gold plated novelties. ' wor ij boxes and albums. We ask you to call gnd see oar line. H. B. Whit; man? Montpelier. 41 Mr. A. R. Kane, a prominent druggist , of Baxtar Springs, Kansas, aaya: "Cham berlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablata are ; in my Judgment, the most superior prep »ration of anything in use today for j constipation. They are sure In action]^ an ,i w itb no tendency to nauseate or j ' gripe." For sale by Rlter's Drug Store. 1 i j I THOS. L. GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, Idaho. Presbyterian Church Services* Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject: "The Curse Removed. Junior C E. at 3:30 o'clock. Evening services at 7:80 o'clock. Subject.: "Alone With God.'' Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation isextendedto all. Emery E. Zimmerman, Pastor. Divine services are held every Sunday as follows: Morning prayer and sermon at 11 a. nr Sunday School at 'J p. m. Bible Class for grown people at 3 p m. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:80, Subject: "Whatsoever a man how eth that shall he also reap. The public is cordially invited to at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church* services. Mass on week day mornings at 8 » Alward Chambkrlaine, Episcopal Missionary. Church of Blessed Sacrament* Mass every other Sunday at 10 a. m. Catechism every Sunday at 2 p. ui. Rosary and benediction at 7:30 p.m. FROM SOUTH AFRICA. New Way of Usirjg Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from Durban, Natal, South Africa, sa* a: ,'As a proof that Cbamberialn'H Cough Item ady is a cure suitable for old and young, I pen you the following: A neighbor of mine had a child just over two months old. It had a very bad cough and the parents did not know what to give it. I suggested that II they would get « hottl. <*' Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy an.l put - some upon the dummy teat the baby was sucking it would no doubt cure the child. This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby. remedy is for sale by Klter Bros. Drug Co. This Some Snaps. 50 x 190 feet near bank for sale Cheap. 3 acres dose in, will make 12 lots. Cheap. 40 acre chicken farm near Ovid; houses, incubator and everything arranged to start a chicken business. Lnoern and Grain land. Fine big residence and acre lot in east Montpelier. Well improved. 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 lota, 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. BAGLEY, ' . T „ ; oLIMn ilrj til utlVF• j ' 1 Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. Dr. FRANKLIN BUDGE Dentist Montpelier, Honrs—8:80 to 12 and 1 to 6 Office in Riter Bros Block Idaho !