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Healthful! Delicious! 10c a Loaf Our wholesomo QUALITITASTE brea ,! , rich, tender cakes, and crisp delicious cookies are baked fresh for you every day. They are made of the very best ingredients under the most sanitary conditions. THE ROYAL BAKERY Makers of Qualititaste Bread. » » i < 25 YearsAgo lug last. State Auditor Anderson has refus ed to allow the legislators per diem for the days they were on the jun keting trip to Salt Lake. The pres ent state auditor seems to be about the proper stuff. Moso Lewis left for the east Thurs j day morning to buy his spring stock of goods. He expects to be gone I about a month, and will probably go ! to tho inauguration of McKinley j while away. Hyma Lewis of Pocat.l lo, accompanies Mose. The wreck a couple of weeks ago at Border has nearly all been clean ed up Part of tho cars were burn ed and tho iron taken to Pocatello. Some 200 tons of coal was given to nearby ranches, it being scattered so the company could not gather it up. Assessor Joo Robinson is prepar From the Files of the Examiner Wednesday, March 3, 1807 Henry Whitman camo back from his visit east, Thursday night. Mrs. Whitman will not return for a couple of months yet as-her health is very poor. Henry says people in Idaho ght to thank themselves that they are hero and not in the east. Hugo Gaensslen proprietor of the Green River brewing plant paid this office a friendly call on Friday even o ing for hin annual roundup of tax payers. He begins work on April lst. The party given by the ladies of the Episcopal church, while not largely attended was socially a suc cess,. The supper brought in several dollars and altqgether a pleasant evening enjoyed. The -music furnished by the Montpelier orches tra. Tho cheekiest man in the world is the one who kicks because certain items about him do not appear in the local paper, when he is not even a subscriber. It shown he has either borrowed or stolen a copy of the pa per, else he would not know that his important movement had been over looked. Montpelier has a few o: these hard faced people. About 600 head of stock cattlo wero shipped from the Montpelier WHAT you lose thru baking failure must be added to baking costs—it has to be paid for. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of that Be cause when you use it—there are no failures— no losses. Every bak ing is sweet and palatable—and stays moist, tender and delicious to the last tasty bite. That's a big saving—but that isn't all You save when you buy Calumet and you save when you use it r F v CALUMET BAKING POWDER ■V "BEST BY TEST* It is reasonable in cost and possesses more than the or dinary leavening strength. You pay leas and use lésa» You get the most in purity, dependability and whole In every way — it is the best way to keep down bak ing costa That's what has made it the world's biggest selling baking powder — has kept it the favorite of millions of housewives for more than thirty years. Pound can of Calumet contains full 16or. Some bakingpowderscome in 12 ox. instead of I f> ox. cans. Be sure you get a pound whep you want it. Recipe V, cup of butter, 1 Vi cups granu lated sugar, 2Vi cups flour, 1 cup water, 2 level teaspoons Calu met Baking Powder, 1 tea spoon lemon, yolks of 9 eggs. Then mix in tha regular way. 1 stock yards Thursday night. They go to Nebraska to eat 10-cent a bush el corn. TWO YEARS OLD With this issue the Examiner be gins the third year of existence. The past one has ben as successful as the times would permit and we trust the coming year will be a great deal more so. Prospects are bright, and tho publisher enters on his work with much encouragement. Everybody who desires to mako money purchasing goods should tako advantago of Sam Lewis' clearing sale now going on at the Fair. The Dingle Dramatic Co., will play ''Turn of tho Tide," to be followed by a laughing farce entitled, "Our Awful Aunt," at Dingle next Satur day night, There are a few, only, who owo un on subscription for a year of more and to these bills will be sent this week. We hope they have appreciat ed our work sufficiently to make us j a remittance. The same will be cre d^ed ant * acknowledged, I ! j Profitable Interfe-emso "Always mind your own business," says a writer. "It doesn't pay to get mixed up in other people'8 quarrels." Nonsense! That's how the lawyer makes his living. 0. S. L. Time Table PARIS BRANCH No. 392 _ Leaves Daily for Paris - 9:45 a. m No. 394 . — 3:30 p. m Arrives Daily from Paris No. 391 _ No. 393 _ iLeaves was)- 8:35 a. m 2:25 p. m KANTBOUND No. 4 No. 6 No. 18 I reorgetown .j 12:09 | 7:36 ~ 2:60 [Pescadero .j 12:18 j : : Montpelier _| 12:40 | 8:15 3:25 I lingle . j 12:62 [ 8:29 : I -'egram - j 1:06 | 8:62 : Border _| 1:14 | 9:01 : ■ a J WESTBOUND [Leaves _No. 19 No. 5 No. 17 Border _ 5:13 Pegram _ 5:22 Dingle _ 5:39 j Montpelier _ 6:00 ! Pescadero_ 6:12 6:21 9:10 3:00 3:17 | Jeorgetown __ 3:22 -YOU whjL find recreation at Montpelier Billiard Parlor Located in the Three Rules B uilding EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO DATE POCKET BILLIARDS, BILLIARDS AND CARD TABLES. SOFT DRINKS TOBACCO AND CANDY REIBER & COMPANY I ! ! IT LAKE STOCK SHOW IN APRIL amount to be distributed ijimong the winners in the various sectious is in excess of 35000, cash prizes being offered in the boys and girls clubs division, which is to be made a spe cial featuro of tho show. Preliminary premium Ifsts, out lining in detail the cash awards to be made at the Interraountau Live stock show to bo held in Salt Lake City April 3, 4. 6, and 6, have been received from tho printer and are be ing mailed out to prospective exhibi tors of all classes of Livestock in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, Co lorado, Washington. Montana, Ore gon and California. tho total A dairy cattle section ils included n tho list this year, twe ve classes of premiums being offered. The dairy feature was added because of tho increased interest in development j of tho dairy industry throuhout the t T err ' t0r> - Wlth chareo 0 ' the dairv dvisinn^of ihn charge oi the dairy dvision of the United Staten department of agri culturo In tho western states, and C. ®. Schmidt, who had been appointed supervisor of the dairy section, this new featuro is destined to becomo an important phase of thq Livestock show. j Tho railroadn have announced that exhibits will be transported to Salt Lako City at full rates and freo returning K returned within thirty days after the close of the exposition provided the bill of lad in ; therefore , ,s accompanied by cert fiate of tho secretary that such exhibits were ex ddted and have not changed owner E W Stephens has beerl appointed supervisor of the cattle section which will includo four classifications for premiums awards Premiums of 325 315 and 310 will bo offered to exhib torn winning first, second and third honors on 2 year old st^er, spayed or Martin heifer; yearling steer, spayed or Martin heifer: and calf steer or heifer, ail of which come un dev tho classification of Individual fat cattle. An award of |50 will be mado for tho grand champton steer or heifer. Under tho classification! of carload fat cattle, prizes of 375, 360 and 326 will be offered for fifteep head, fat steers, spayed or Martin Heifers, 1 year old or over. A prize of 3100 will be awarded the gran)! champion carload. Prizes of 360, 330 and 320 will be awarded for carlbad twenty head of feeder cattle. For Herefords and shorthorns, premiums of 315, 910 and 95 will be awarded as follows: bull, ß years and over; bull, 2 year old; senior yearl ing bull; Junior yearling bull; senior 111 « CALIFORNIA Mid- Winter Excursion • —TO— LOS ANGELES January 31st Limit April 1st UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM Old Time Round Trip Fare of "$ 59.45 From Montpelier No War Tax Proportionately low fare* from other station* Ask Local Agent Union Pacific System for further details ITT bull calf; junior hull calf; cow, 3 years and over; cow. 2 years old; [senior yearling heifer; junior year-. I ling heifer; senior heifer calf; junior ' ! heifer calf; aged herd, one bull and four females, over 2 years; young herd, one bull under 2 years, two ! heifers, ono year old and under, two heifers under one yenr; calf herd, one bull and two heifers under one year all to bo bred by exhibitors. Ribbons will be awarded champions. In tho dairy cattle section, premi ums of |15, 310 and 35 will be aw-arded for the following exhibits; bull, 3 years and over; bull, 2 years old; senior yearling bull. Junior yearling bull, senior bull calf, junior bull calf, cow 3 years and over; cow 2 years old; senior yearling heifer; junior yearling heifer, senior heifer calf and Junior yearling calf, der t bo classification of herds, the game prizes will bo awarded for: aged horrt one bull and four females, OV er 2 years old; young herd, ono Un bull under 2 years, two hoifers ono year old and under 2, two heifers 'under ono year; calf herd, ono bull l,ire and two heifers under one year, to )in be bred by exhibitors. Ribbons are to bo awarded champions. j in tho i»uro bred swine section ' prizes of 310, 38 and 35 are offered for four classes of boar and five <Iasses of cows - Under 1116 classlfl- c cation of herds, nnd groups, four seta 0 f prizes of 316, |10 and 06 are or 'fared For carload of fat swine, three sets of prices of 350, 325 and 315 will be awarded, with a prise of 360 for grand champion For tho best carloads of fat lambs * .'including fifty head, premiums of 375, 340 and 320 will be awarded. j In tho boys and girls section, four sets of prizes of 316, |10 and 95 are ffered for; tbo be9t fat hoK , any bpeed 175 to 260 pounds; be8t pon , three f t lamb breed; best fat . ca „ over thre0 months ani , under | ono and tha boys and K , rbl judg1nt; contoat . Permanent headquarters of the In- ! termountaln Livestock show have ! been opened at the Salt Lake Com- | mercial club and Chamber of Com- I meren bulding. 1 6 Truly "Devil** Sonata." Probably the most remarkable of the stories of dream-lnsplrntlon I« j that of Tart ini's world-famous "Devil's , Sonata." "tine night I dreamt that I j met the devil," said the co«ii|>o«er. "I 1 handed my violin to him and'asked j him to piuy a solo on it. lie took the Instrument and began to piny music ! of such wonderful, unearthly beauty ! that I was entranced. When the music . ceased I awoke, Jumped out of bed, ! and reproduced it as accurately us 1 could." Use* for Platter of Pari*. Gypsum or plaster of paris I« used for wall plasters, tile, wall board, I dental work, isntbmd cement tniMMi faeture, modeling and surgical work. Montpelier Examiner Want-Ads Pay. I i The Modern Funeral Some people misunderstanding the vocation of the funeral director confuse the profession of em balming and the science of disinfection with the business of furnishing or supplying caskets, and funeral vehicles. In reality there is no alliance) Any person can supply a casket or other receptacle. Any livery concern will furnish a coach or limousine or hearse. These are marketable commodities. But not every person is competent to care for the dead body. Not every person is fitted by nature to arrange and conduct a funeral service. *Thero la much differeure between the specially trained mortician and the dealer in corfins and cas kets as them is between the trained and experienc ed surgeon and the dispenser of drugs. It Is a duty which every man owes himself and his family to be able to distinguish between profes sionalism and commercialism. One Is art, service; the other, barter. ' F. M. Williams Co. FUNERAL miUCt TORS Montpelier I dal to >3 t'HKKMK MARIN« IN < 'KEANUS PROFIT OF KTAR VALLEY FARMERN ( Press Service U. 8. Dept., of Agriculture) Star Valley nestles among the hiits lu Southeastern Wyoming, 6,001) feet above aea level, and 56 miles from the nearest railroad. Frosts l,ire «Pt to occur almost any month )in the year; anow comes early and sometimes covers the ground from But this is not a hopeless agrl cultural country, by any means. araas grows well, and streams of c i ear co | d water trickle down from iSeptember to June. the mountains. Herda of cattle grase there In the summer, and the farmers and ranchers put up hay For a long time beet wks about the only product, but winter feed, * n recent years the farmers, ualng beef-type cowa and a few Holsteins, jhaye been making cheeae, a concen trated product that can be transport ed out of the valley without much ,Ufflculty - . | One company now has 6 factories and another has 3, all of Only $2jDown and Easy Terms OivPH you those n-tnarkiihlc value« in otm Special Combination Offers on Standard Electric Irons and the Rid-Jid Ironing Board. It cannot Wiggle, Wabble, Jiggle, Slip or Slide Regular Price * 7.50 -# 0,00 _ „* 10.24 American Beauty electric Iron ... Rld-JId Ironing board ___ Combination Prlco Hotpolnt electric Iron Rld-JId Ironing hoard _... Combination Price »... *«.75 95 00 90MD Universal electric Iron Rid-JIrt Ironing board_... Combination Price G-K 6 pound electrle Iron *... Rld-JId ironing board----.... Combination Price ... Westinghouse typo M electric Iron Rld-JId Ironing hoard.. . . Combination Price .. . *«,75 „96.00 ftt.OO * 5.00 96.00 _*7 ,i»n * 7.50 95.00 910 . 4 « hr Don't Fail to ask about our Grand Combination! With the Grand Combination you get a Two-Way plug and Betsy Ross pad and cover for the ironing board at reduced price«, a Hughe« iron coni coder absolutely free, and a $1 discount for your old iron —any kind. Inquire Today About These Unusual Bargains! Utah Power & Light Company EFFICIENT PUBLIC SERVICE which are making Cheddar cheese. Ah a result of the work done by tho U. 8. Department of Agriculture in improving the methods of manufac ture of Swlsa cheeae, the people tu Star Valley asked for a representa tive of the department to vialt them and discuta the desireabillty of mak ing it in their factories. They are now contemplating a trial of this kind of cheeae with tne idea of In creasing the income from their herds. Under present market con ditions, says the department, factor ies making Hwtsa cheese may bring In returns considerably larger than by making Cheddar cheese Shall-Cracklng Bird. Certain species of birds which in habit eastern Africa possess the largest and Mtrougust beaks known to omUJhoi ogtNl*. Une of these la the open-hill or shell Ibis. It Is a long-legged, stork like bird, which has a beak like a nut cracker. The parta of the bill cannot he closed In the middle. It eata frog* and fishes, but Ita favorite food is fresh water molluscs, the shells ut which It can crush with the powerful beak.