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TIME CARD. Heiow is tne time of arrival and de parture of Passenger trains at Mont pelier. ARRIVE West bound No. 1. 1:50 Westbound No,5 3:15 a. m. East bound No, 2. 3:50p. m. 3:55 p. m. East bound No. 6.8:45 DEPART 1:55 p. m. 3:20 a. m. p. ra a. m. 8:50 a. m. A. B. Mattson, Agent. Montpelier, Idaho. E. Burley, G. P. & T. A. D. S. Spencer, j A. G. P. <& T. A. Salt Lake City, Utah. Montpelier, Idaho, March 17, 1905 ~ Rev. Chamberlaine announces that Bishop J. B- Funsten of Boise, has con tributed $50.00 to the Reading room fund. Additional Local« i Buy your groceries at the little store with the big It and get your money's 34 worth. Charlie Pierson is lying dangerously ill at his home in this city. Yesterday messages were sent to his sons in Mon tana, requesting them toiome home. Mrs. C. E. Harris entertained at a Kensington About twenty-five ladies were present and spent a most delightful afternoon. An elegant luncheon was served. Schmid, the tailor, has received his ; line ot spring and summer samples, 1 and they are dandies. I afternoon, i I J j Robert Messerli and Lizzie Kunz, : who were united in marriage at Paris J on Thursday of last week, were given a reception at the home of tne bride's! parents in this city that evening, by | relatives of the contracting parties. : The evening was spent most pleasantly, ! .and the happy conple received hearty congratulations from all present. . , . „ , , . . . . changed to 8 o'clock p. m., beginning with next Sunday. The subject of the sermon will be: "Evidences of God's power in the human heart.'' The ether services will be as usual, viz: Morning prayer at 11 a m., Sunday-school at 2 p. m., and Friday evenings at 8 p.m. yesterday 47 ! The hour of the Sunday eyening ser vice at the Episcopal Church has been „ «»nu rpL «„.„„ko.™ roa i For Sale The Gus Spongberg resi denoe, consisting of 6 rooms, with pao try, cellar, good wash honse. barn and sheds. Call on or address Mrs. Gus Spongberg at residence in Montpelier. 52 \\ ednesday John O'Conner received a copy of the Examiner, published at n° r \r ^ re ^ and ' !*■ was se^n 1 1^o him by daughter are now on their way home from an extended trip through Ireland, Scotland and England, They arrived in Boston last week and will visit at different points in Canada en route home. The second of the series of Teas to be given by the ladies of St. Andrew's Guild will be held on Thursday evening March 23rd, at the home of Mrs. Gibson between the hours of 7:30 and 10:30 p. small suui of 10c admission will be chargea, which will lie devoted to the reading room fund. Every one is cor (bally invited to come and help along with this good work. Now is a good time to trim your trees, and those of our citizens who have Refreshments will be served. The ni. trees tbe limbs of which extend over the sidewalks, should makeCa special effort to trim the trees high enough so the limbs will not interfere with pedes trians. Nothing is more provoking dodge^ow 3 protuding 4 fimbsTn ordeMo keep from having your hat knocked off. D. C. Barksdale of Salt Lake, general : agent for the Pacific Mutual Accident Insurance Compauy, is in the city as- ( sisting in getting the the death-claim j papers of the late John Cassin filled j out. Just two months previous to bis death, Mr. Cassin took out a 12,000 policy in the aboye named com pany, and Mr. Barksdale stated that a draft for that amount would be for warded to Mrs. Cassin witniu a few days. Some people say our prices are high. We are proud of such a reputation, for we handle a high grade line of goods and of cour e good things come high. —Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co., Montpelier, Ida- 4 j Mr. and Mrs. John Pagley, accom- ! panied by Mrs. J. A. Bagley, son Haw- ! ley and Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoover, left j this afternoon for Salt Lake, They j will be joined at Pocatello by .1. A. t Bagley. Mr. Bagley, Senior, goes to j ^he uew L. D. S. hospital at Salt Lake to undergo an operation for a cataract on both eyes and Master Hawley Bag ley will submit to an operation for rupture. Dr. Hoover will assist in both operations. The Grievance committee from the Motherhood of Railway Trainmen, which has been in consultation with the Short Line officials at Salt Lake for ! the last six weeks, completed its labors J. J. Fitzgerald, who represented the local lodge of trainmen, • returned from Zion Thursday morning, i He reports that a very satisfactory set tlement was made with the officials, w ho conceded nearly every request made by the trainmen. | i , - ~~ j IranSICrred lO Kemmerer. M. E. King, who has been agent for the Short Line at this point for j , . , . p , i the past two years and nine months, i was today transferred to Kemmerer, and A. B. Mattson, who has been ' j a g ent at Kemmerer for the past two : years, was placed in charge here. I Mr. Mattson was agent here before ! he wag genl to p 0( . ate ll 0 , about first of this week. ( three years ago, where he acted as : agent tor several months. His old j f r j en( j g nere w jn we i comp his re ' n<mUe nere weloomt hia re t,urn * During their residence in Montpe li er Mr. and Mrs. King made many fiiends, who regretted exceedingly to see them leave. As an evidence 0 f the favor in which Mr. King was held here, nearly every one of our business men signed a petition Wednesday asking the company to retain him as agent here, pany, however, had decided to make The coin tbe change, principally on the ground that ^lr. Mattson has been in the service of the company longer than Mr. King, and had made a j quest for the station here. re ^ rB - King will join Mr. King at Kemmerer Sunday, and the Examin . . £ ood citizens of Kemmerer that they j will find Mr. and Mrs. King to be most excellent people. ; er takes pleasure in saying to tbe fbos. Boyle, who arrived two A Case of Smallpox. j wee * 8 a g° from Logan, to take the position of prescription clerk in K,ter Br ° 8 - ,lr ug store, is down with »mall pox. For a week he had l»een A- Sure Money Maker On ihe Farm rk When you buy a Cream Separator you cheat yourself if you don't £ct the machine that makes and the most money for repairs and oil—all represent money. saves you. Cream, =United States Cream Separator holds the world s record for clean skimming——saves cream every day that other separators lose. Substantial and simple—extremely durable. 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The old i i mn y, OI . i toinnei company s otnee w 7 as con verted into a pest house and Mr. B °y le is being cared for there, j . , . , : 18 S ettin g al(>n g ve, T nicely. I --—• ! Improvement Society Organized* had a well developed case of small lie! ( The organization of the Improve : ment Society was perfected last Sat j urday night by the adoption of a * !•* , " . .. , . , , conaUUtlon and the .-let tion of officers. The society starts out with a membership of eighteen which j wi H be increased quite materially in ' ; the near future. The regular meet j u,g 8 of the society will beheld on the first Monday afternoon of each nionth in the Odd Fellows hall, Following are the officers of the society: President—Mrs. Bessie Hoover. First vice pres-Mrs. Nellie Staley. Second vice pres.—Mrs. L. M. ! Underwood, i Secretary—Mrs. Mattie Huff. Treasurer—Mrs. Marie Hutchins. ! As a committee on membership ^ the president named Mrs. Lottie Redman and Mrs. Amelia Rose, Laverne Pease were named as a press committee. j Other committees will be named j Mrs L. G. Whitman and Mrs. by the president in a few days. The ladies have taken hold of this work with a firm determination to accomplish something, and they should receive hearty encourage ment from our business men and citizens generally. loosened in some manner and dropned to thé .round. Mr. Spiers happt ned to be directly beneath the fork at that time and in attempting to get out of the he fell, facedown, and one prong of the fork penetrated bis back, extend ^ Met With Serious Injury. Isaac'. Spiers of Bennington, had a nar row escape from death last Saturday morning. He was working about a hay stack when a large derrick fork, which was suspended above the stack, became iug almost through his body, wound made was a very ugly otie and for a time it was feared the injury would prove fatal. However, today be was reported as doing nicely, and as there are no evidences of blood poison, the doctor says he will doubtless re The cover, Tbe baseball "fans" of Montpelier and othrr9 who like k, Bee a good team organized here ihis season are requested I*® "eet at the opera house on Tuesday ^ *** Base Ball Meeting. Everybody attend the meeting. «* |-*nr The name Eld red je has stood for tbe 1 BEST in the Sewing Machine World. , Here ia a New pldrcdge; BETTER I hirtv tl,an EVER, tod Superior to æ itii othera. Postive take-up; self wr ting needle; self threading Shuttle; Y pare automatic tension reiease;autoraatic * ° bobbin winder j positive four motion feed; capped neddle bar; noiseless self adjusting roller bearing wheel, steel pitman; five ply laminated woodwork, with a oeautiful set ot nickeled steel attachmen's. Ask your dea'cr for the Improved Eldfedge B " end do not buy any machine until you kuv« ;en it. all act National Sewing Machine Co. BELVIDERE. ILLINOIS.