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TIME CARD. Below is tue time of arrival and de parture of passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE Westbound No. 1. 1:50 Westbound No,5 3:15a. East bound No, 2. 3:50p. in. 3:55 p. m. East bound No. 6. 8:45 a. DEPART 1:55 p. m. 3:20 a. m. p. in m. 8:20 a. m. M. E. King, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. m. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, A. G. P. & T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. T T Local News i i Montpelier, Idaho, Jan. 6, 1905 Sadie don't keep her candy—she sells it. 42 Mrs. Chas. Crane is reported seriously ill. Ladies' fascinators from 25c up at H. B. Whitman's. 45 President Budge went to Logan yes terday on business. You will always find everything good in the grocery line at HnghqgJ, Judge Budge attended the inangurab ceremonies at Boise Monday. V Ed Lewis, the Afton merchant, was in town Wednesday on business. > Men's, Ladies' «nd children's warm lined shoes at H. B. Wnitman's. A daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Jonley last Mondaj^ A son was born in this city Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Grip Allen of Star Val ley. -31 You can always get the best of every thing in stapie and fancy groceries at Mrs Chapman's. Frantz Nielsen has moved into his re sidence just north of the Catholic church. Miss Maggie Jones, of Logan, is visit ing with relatives and friends in the city. One lot of ladies' winter waists, for mer price îfl, now 70c at H. B. Whit man's. Miss Marie Jones of Pocatello, is visit ing at the Hbme of her uncle Geo. E. Gardner. Art Young returned yesterday from a two weeks yisit with his family in Ogden. Schmid, the tailor, is now offering all winter suit patterns at greatly reduced prices. Harry Rieck left Monday for a month's visit at his old home in Ken dall, Wis. ~ Wm. J- Hunter left yesterday for Rawlins and other Wyoming pointson business First class shoe maker, first door east of the post office. All shoe repairing done as it should be. The friends of D. C. Stuart of Dingle, will regret to learn that his health is quite poorly. v\ alter Phelps has moved his barber shop to room just west of Nielsen's furniture store. ""'Cj A little son registered at the home of John Kunsler at an early hour las£j Tuesday morning. Men's and boy's winter caps, gloves and mittens, spl» ndïd vaines at H. B. Whitman's. "Bad" McIntosh came iu from Ogden last Friday for a week's visit with reW atives and friends. / 42 46 41 \ The Women of the Woodcraft will im, stall officers tonight and have a fei ter the close of lodge. af A special service will be held in St. Andrew's Episcopal Church this Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Buy your groceries at the little store with the big It and get your money's worth. i2 Bishop W. W. Clark and F. M. W ters attended the inanguration^tîére monies at Boise Monday_ , Miss Lillie Spongberg will return to Pocatello Sunday to renew her studies at the Academy of Idaho. Outing flannels former price 10c, to close out at 8c a yard at H. B. Whit .4fK.past Mrs. G. C. Gray went to Boise Sunday) to^ attend the unangural iestixtyt&ZT She retuined this morning. man's. The first annual meeting of the stock holders of the First National bank will be held here Tuesday, Jan. 10. Men's heavy warm undershirts at 25, 35 and 45c each to close them out at H. B. Whitman's. 45 Mr. and Mrs. Os. Freeman are enter tainiug a little son, who arrived at their home Wednesday morning. The public schools in the lower dis triet re-opened Tuesday. The uptown school will re-open next Monday. D. U. Keencv was in town a couple of days this week, lie has sold out his saloon business at McCammon . Teacher—' 'Define It. a store where you get the nicest things to eat in town. Grip Allen was called to Star Valley Tuesday by the death of his father Which occurred there Sunday night. Miss Anna Burney, sister of the late Mrs. VV. G. Staley, is reported quite sick, being threatened with pneumonia. Poems of all the standard authors in the latest bindings at Mrs. Chap man's. 48 Mrs. Ezra Budge of Paris, is in the hospital at Logan, where she underwent an operation this week for floating kid ne y. > Pupil—"It is 34 !> i \ t Norman Ringer, formerly night dis patcher here, is now in the employe of Powers Furniture Co. at Portland, Oregon. ) Arthur Budge, Will Nye and Abe Clayton of Paris, passed througe here Mo. day, en route to Star Valley, after cattle. Prof. Billings has resigned his posi tion as teacher of the Bennington school, to take a position as instructor in Hicks Academy. The infant daughter of Wm Horsley, the little son of John Knutti and the 11 year old son of Frank Dalton are all re ported quite seriously ill. — T .. « . . , In making his final rounds for the flul< , . a . . ....... year 1 JÜ4. last Saturday night the stork left a fine boy at the home of Dave ... .. ; _ . „ . uist, section foreman at Border. ' E. A. Burrell went to Idaho Falls to )day to attend the house warming of the a W & M. Cos immense new impie ment honse at that place tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lewis of Poca tello, entertained a large number of frienda on the evening of Dec. 29, in honor of their 25th wedding amversary. C. VV. McCurdy, of Basalt, who was . visiting old friends here last week, was ' ^called home on Saturday by a telegram j ! * A po3toffice has been established at Judge Rich's hot springs and will be known as Turnpike. Mrs. J. C. Rich has been uarneu as postmistress. announcing the serious illness of his son. J Blanks for making proof o f labor on ! mining claims, for salje-wr'Vbis ofiice.\ Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bedell of Red Bluff, Montana, visited this week with their son, Wm. Bedell, Mrs. H t i n n r ftp thrift about twenty friends Monday evening at 63. Refreshments were served and the guests spent a most delightfnl eve ning. C. H. Wright who has been confined , to his bed most of the time for the past six weeks, with rheumatism and the grippe, is now improving and is able to be about the honse. Leo. Simons of Chicago, visited with relatives here and at Afton during the .4fK.past week. He will visit with his sis ter, Mrs. Abrahms, at Malad before re turning to Chicago. I Engineer Ben Fitzpatrick went out on his regular run last Sunday, after having spent six weeks or more at Salt j Lake as a member of the advisory board of the B. of L. F. | J. H. Stoner of Cokeville, was in the c ity Wednesday. He reports that his ! sheep ai - ejwintering in tine. the other day to contract this year's He refused 1 ■ Lawson, both of Montpelier, were united j * n marriage at Paris Wednesday. Last, 1 j j — ^ _ ! da J n out 1er. ! Skating Saturday night at Oakley's hall. There will be a mile race between ' Carl Spongberg and Clarence Birch. There w ill also be a game of indoor baseball between the married and single j men. Admission free. Go and have a* ; good time. John Barrett returned yesterday fiom a short visit with his parents at Ontario, j He also witnessed the iuangural cere- i monies at Boise Monday. It was Mr. Barrett's first visit to Boise Valley, and ne says that lie was greatly pleased with that section of the state. wool clip at 181 cents. — _. . Mr. John Hancock and Miss Deseret night they were treated to a tin shower by a jiu«rberT>t4heir Jriends here. Douglas Hix, who was elected secre-S tary of the state senate, is an old Bear | Lake oounty man, and formerly a demo He was the democratic nominee crat. for county attorney here in 1898. M. M. Selby, representing the Inter national Haruester Co., was here sever- , al days the past week. The machinery belonging to the company was stored m the old Co-op. building uptown. Jeiry Horton, who has been running the stationary engine at the shops, is now night hostler, and Frank Richards ; has taken his place in the shops Henry ! faipidell has been changed from night to j i : I Tonight at Idaho Falls the C. W. & M. Co., will baye a house warming at ^heir immense new implement house. Two orchestras will furnish music and I ' j I Christofferson were united m marriage Rawlins on Dec 26 Mr Fin lev was M nawuns uu lieu <o, mr riuiey wm a f orme r Short Line conductor and will j*, remembered by many Montpelier rememoerea oy many wionipenei oitixAns He is now in the serivee of U citizens, ne is now m tne senvee or u. P. and runs ont of Rawlins. | Here u a pnzrie that puzzles every-j ^y. Tftke the number of yonr living brothers, double the amount, add to it three, multiply by five, add to it the nnmber of living sisters, multiply the result by ten and add the nnmber of deaths of brothers and sisters and sub . tract 150 from the result. The right ' number will be the nnmber of deaths, j middle wjll be the number of living ! sisters and the left' the number of liying brothers. Try it and see. as the rooms on each floor are 100x140 j f eet there will be room for everybody Everything will be free. Mr. Tom Finley and Miss Carrie ; ! TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS We take this opportunity through the Examiner of thank ing you for the very generous support given us during the past year and hope to merit a continu ance of the same for which we promise you our best efforts in prompt service and good treat ment with standard goods at low est possible prices consistent with quality. Hoping the year 1905 will be a happy and prosperous one for you, we remain, Very Respectfully Riter Bros Drug Co* I LOGAN, UTAH. Franklin, Preston and Montpelier Tdaho. ! Last Sundav Rev. E. E. Zimmerman the Presbyterian church here to accept a call as pastor of.a church near his old hpme in Nebraska. Rev. and Mrs. Z. wHll leave in a few weeks for their new home. tendered his resignation as pastor of * \A , j i A party of about fifteen gentlemen visited the Claire miue Tuesday. They were a11 hi * hl y P ,eased wifch the deveî * | opment work beiqg done, and greatly encour aged jri the showing of ore. A tar ore probably be shipped the 20th of this month. T Mrs. C. E. Harris r< from Park City. \vhei«y HhMonday HHKeiitly HMF. Mrs. ■is far as P*re several ion will . 'ark City for , ca ^ ed by the deat * red Vogel came j Pocatello and will* weeks- Miss OÉÈÊ main with her a month or m/HH ; ! Mr. and the Sixty^ The firs tg j MikanJH and Mfilll ami Si Ifc jp ostan entertained I ÉM NWBPw ed need ay night. MBlMp e awarded to John HfUlfPnostegtt. M E. King HfiKmeese had the honor of ■jjpoooby prizes. After re 1^ the guests took a trip pfc Pike with Mrs. Wiggs," orded much amusement for cai fr A w train to be known as the 'Kemmerer swing" will be* put on be tween this city and Kemmerer begin i ning with the first of the year. This train will carry coal by way of Granger for commercial purposes along the route and also supply the smelters at Murray, Utah. About one hundred cars will be hauled each week, making one train a day over this division. 8ton ^ (jWH Register. new Evan Bid Duncan, a former employe in this office, sent us a copy of the Christmas edition of the Lethbridge, Alberta, News. The regular edition is chock full of ads and an eight page supplement oontaiued many illustrations of bnsi u , , 081 ness houses and residences and a well wrineil review of the nrno-re«« * . 1 ^ the town and gnrr(Xln ding country made the nasfc w J1 6 year . We g^p^ thtUl gjd j g "sticking type" on the News Chris Wy88 died Tnesday f rom heart trouble. The deceased was 04 ye8r8 of age and fhe deafch of hia wife abont ft month ago a geyere 8hock to him, and had much to do to wards hastening his death. Two daughters | survive him—Mrs. T B Rowe, who is now iu the city, and Mrs. Emil Vaterlaus of Garland, Wyo. The f nnera i services were held from the L * * D. 8. meeting house Wednesday after noon.