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• CHANCE to DRAW S
STEWART RANGE. * M % If M K « % ? . Beginning Saturday, October 1st we will « * give every purchaser of $5,00 worth of Î » goods a chance to draw one of our . . M ♦ % ; Celebrated Stewart Steel Ranges j % Complete with set of furniture, or we will 3 ; permit the lucky person to draw out of 3 store $60,00 worth of any kind of goods, j For every $5,00 purchase, whether for 3 3 Cash or on Time, we will issue a ticket 3 entitling the holder to one chance. Our employees will not be permitted to have J J any chances in this contest. j 4 our * * , Î * * - If The drawing will tS.keDla.ee at our «tor*» at M . nv uiawmg will uinc pidte ac our Store at * j 2 o clock p. m. Thursday, December 22nd, 1904. * I M M M 3 CONSOLIDATED WAGON & MACHINE CO. M MONTPELIER, IDAHO. « 4444 4 4 « 4 4 4 4 4 4 « 4 4 «s s s r s s s r s ^ s s. s i«t a n T r Local News 1 i Sadie don't keep her candy—she sells it 42 Mrs. Winn Staley is reported on the si<;k list. Sweet, the jeweler, is| now prepared to do artistic en graying free. __ _ Judge Budge is holdiug court in Pocptellq 38 Babies warm shoes. Also for men and women at Whitman's. 41 11. F . Riter. general manager for Riter Bros' Drug Co., was in the city yeeter day. A new stock of nuts, fruits Cbritmas I candies and tree trimmings at Sadie's 42 ! Miss Celia Fitzpatrick went to Salt \ Lake Wednesday for a short visit with her brother, Marion. You'll have to hurry if you want any of that elegant cat glass at Riter Bros. It's going fast. Rev. Chamberlaine conducted vices at Green River Tuesday night. For the flnefct selection of holiday goods go to H. B. W Litmans. Miss Enos of Pocatello, is visiting in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pease. All jewelry sold by Sweet, the jewel er, includes engraving free. W. G. Staley and family have moved into their new cottage in the Brennan & Davis add ition »^'"'' Decorated china, just the thing for presents, at Mrs^Ghapman's. Ernest, the ten-year-o'd son of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Smith, is reported quite ill with the gripp e^ Yon will always find everything good in the grocerv line at Hughes'. 38 Santa Clans has established a cozy corner at Sadie's up town. 43 ser 41 38 39 41 48 j Gift books of all kinds at Mrs. Chap I man's. Jos. Barker of St, Charles and Lottie Wilkes ot Afton, were united in mar-! riage at Paris last week. 9aiica~mâusunloaded his toys and Christmas presents at H. B. Whitman's store. Call and see. 41 i Mrs. Gheen of St. CharleB, has;gone ] to Afton to spend the winter with her son, Stephen Gheen. The finest line of holiday toys and j fancy goods to be seen in southeastern Idaho at H. B. Whitman's, 41 Mrs. Alma Hayes, Jr., of George town, is quite ill with complications resulting from childbirth. I You can always get the best of every thing in stapie and fancy groceries at 42 Mrs. Graham, an aged lady, died at Bennington last Saturday. We were unable to learn any particulars. See our 25c table of holiday novelties. It beats anything you have ever for the rnonpy at H. B, Whitman. 41 Wm. Rich and Fred Sparks*shipped six car loads of cattle from here Wednes day night. They were consigned tc Omaha With every doll sold at Riter Bros' you get a chance on the beautiful $35 doll to be given away. The Short Line office here has re ceived new ticket rack, which holds 500 different forms. The old rack was sent to Market Lake. First class shoe maker, first door east of the post office. All shoe repairing done as it should be. Poems of all the standard authors in the latest bindings at Mrs. Chap man's. John Groo of Salt Lake, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. He went to Cokeville Monday where he has the contract for putting in the steam heat ing plant in the new school house. ! Mrs- Chapman's. \ seen 43 I 41 43 A fall line of Christmas toys at Mrs. Chapman's. Mrs. Jesse Badge is staying with her parents here daring the absence of Mr. Wlk handkerchiefs, mufliers and mit* ten8 in »» endless variety at Whitman's Montpelier. 4M Budge in Washington. 41 C. E. Harris is on the sick list, this week. He was confined to his bed several «lays with an attack of the grip. Engineer John Mikan, who has been running out of Glenn's Ferry for a couple of months, will Vetura to his old run here next week, Teacher—''Define It." I'upil—"It is a store where you get the nicest things to eat in town." 34 Hazel, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oakley is reported quite sick, as is also the three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt. * Engineer Billy Roberts made his first run last Sunday after a lay-off of two weeks on account of a sprained knee Wiley CalFoFTlray's Lake and Eva Hart of Raymond, were united in mar nawe in the Logan temple Wednesday They will return here tomorrow _ . . - - Don * forget the masquerade ball to be given by the B. of L. F. next Friday U1 m, 1 at ^ s halk A costumer will be here Friday with a full line of costumes and masks. The railroad company did not run the pay car this month, as we stated it would in our last issue. The employes here were paid on Monday,* through the the agent, as usual. I At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. j Morgan in Coke ville on Sunday evening Dec. 25 will occur the marriage of their ! daughter laabelta to Wal.er Masecy. I ME CHRISTMAS OPPORTUNITY DON'T MISS ITl Our Beautiful Display of Holiday Goods is - Opened and Ready for Inspection The Newest Novelties; The Best Selections; The Most Appropriate Presents for one and all at the FAIREST PRICES : : : BEAUTIFUL GIFTS NEVER SO GOOD NEVER SO CHEAP Don't fail to call and see our Christmas Attrac tions in Fancy Goods and Novelties. DOLL8 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND SIZES : See the Beaotful $35 Doll to be Given Away Whatever may be your wants, them withBeautiful and Appropriate Selections Wc Solicit a Comparison of Goods and Prices Knowing that Our Stock will Make Friends, Outshine Rivals, Please Everybody and SELL ON ITS MERITS. : we can meet RITER BROS. DRUG CO. "S® S Mrs. John Yearsley retnrneil Monday to her home in Meuan after a two week's visit with her sister Mrs. C. A. Hoover. In accordance with provisions of the new r ordinance, all signs that protuded. over the sidewalks have been remove«! and Main street presents a mach better appearance. Os, Freeman was treated to a surprise last Saturday night by about twenty five of his friends. The evening was spent most delightfully, an enjoyable feature being the singing by Roy Gib son. Last !*rturday night Bishop Clark united in marriage Frederick Bowman and Marie Mattr. The groom is quite wel1 known in this city and his bride arrived about two weeks ago from Swizerland. There was mourning in the Pease household last Monday, over the death of Leo, the family dog. Leo had lived to the advanced age of 18 years, and had been a member of the Pease family for over 15 years. , * ,auk Richards was in Pocatello Wednesday getting endorsements for the position of state game warden. He* re««eived the united endorsement of the Gate City Gun Club and several other prominent republicans there are "plug ing" for him. Mr. and Mt s- J. A. Rostan were treat ed to a "tin shower" by the "Jollv Set" Tuesday evening, the occasion * being their tenth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in playing 64 »and having a jolly time, generally. Light refreshmedts were served by Mrs. Ros t£ n ' U ^ on 'lepartiug, all extended to ÎÎI *1™, * 1 their ***tvlab*i dh.g auniveraSry.