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Volume 16
Mountain Home, Idaho: Tuesday, April 4, 1905
Number 28
WEAVER-PAYNE
ty Witnesses Wedding at Con
gregational Church.
One of the moBt impressive and
^important functions ever witnessed
in Mountain Home society circles
occurred on Wednesday, March 29,
1905, at the Congregational church,
when Mr. Lawrence J. Weaver and
Miss Mabel L. Payne were united
in marriage by Rev. C. E. Mason.
The Episcopal ring ceremony was
used, beginning promptly at 12
o'clock noon.
The groom is the nephew of Gen.
and Mrs. J. L. Weaver of Boise.
He is inteiested with his uncle in
the gold dredging operations at
Grandview on the Snake. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
G. M. Payne. She is a member of
the Eastern Star Grand Chapter,
and prominent in club and society
circles.
Benjamin Grier and Charles R.
Harris ushered the wedding party
to the altar, which, with the choir
loft, contained masses of drooping
palms and potted plants. Miss
Estella Robinson presided at the
organ, rendering Lohengrin's beau
tiful bridal march. Frank Hobbs
was the groom's beet man, the
bridesmaids being Miss Dona
Harris and Miss Gertrude Mellen.
Miss Minnie Tanner was the maid
of honor. The flower girl, Rachel
Weaver, was a dainty little fairy
in white. She accompanied Mas
ter Elvill Wilkins.
who bore
budding rose, the wedding ring
lying in the midst of the fragrantj
petals.
After the wedding a reception
was held at the residence of the
bride's parents, where, from 2:30
until 5 p. m.< many guests were
entertained. At 7:14 p. m. Mr.
and Mrs. Weaver took the east
bound train for Salt Lake City and
other points, returning Sunday.
THE CHURCHES
BAPTIST
Rev. C. R. Waite, Pastor.
Preaching.
Sunday school.
Prayer Meeting .
Preaching.
Baptist Junior Meeting Monday. .4 p. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesday.. 7:30 p. it.
11 A. M.
12 M.
...7 P. M.
7:45 P. M.
The Bible Conference, conducted
by Rev. W. H. Bowler and Rev. L.
G. Clark, was very enjoyable and
successful.
The ordinance of baptism will
be administered next Sunday.
The cottage prayer meeting will
be at the home of Mrs. Burns this
(TuesdayJ evening.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at our
church Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
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' CONGREGATIONAL
iPiV. C. E. Mason, Pastor.
Worship and Sermon.
Sunday School.
Junior Endeavor.
Young People's Endeavor.... 7:15 pm
Song Service and Sermon.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday.... 8:00 p m
A cordial invitation to all services
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The annual meeting was held
last Thursday evening, with an
unusually full attendance. After
HIGHEST
cash prices paid for all
kinds Hides, Furs and
Pelts. Apply office
Kelsey Co.
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the reports from all the societies, as
well as the church proper, the fol
lowing officers were chosen:
Deacon for three years, Edward
J. Wheeler.
Board of trustees for one year,
Robert Lyon, Mrs. W. C. Howie,
Mrs. John Ross, Mrs. Ora Reynolds,
Mr. L. A. Underwood.
Treasurer, Mrs. W. C. Howie.
Clerk, James Pence.
Superintendent of the Sunday
school, Mrs. Millie E. Longfellow.
Music committee, Mrs. Blanche
M. Houseman, Mrs. Win. Tripp,
Mrs. G. A. Ruring.
After the business light refresh
ments were served and Christian
fellowship enjoyed.
The new hymn books were used
last Sunday.
The annual meeting of the
Ladies' Aid will be held Thursday
at 2:30 with Mrs. Ora Reynolds.
Reports will be presented and
officers chosen. All attend.
A wonderful spring tonic.
Drives out all winter impurities,
gives you strength, health and
happiness. That's what Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. Roscoe W.
Smith. *
Du Fresne for the past two years,
has been secured by J. L. Bradford
& Co , the change taking effect on
April 1.
Extensive alterations and im
TURNER HOUSE
New Management Assume* Charge
Saturday, April I.
The Turner House, which has
been under the management of A.
provements are to he made at
once throughout the entire build
ing, each department undergoing
thorough renovation. Additional
furnishings will be put in and the
service systematized by the addition
of attractive and up to date con
veniences.
Mr. Bradford is from Crookston,
Minn., where he was engaged in
realty and similar operations. He
arrived in Mountain Home about
Feb. 10 with a party of other gen
tlemen who were looking around
for attractive investments. Decid
ing to become one of us, he went
back to Crookston to arrange a
number of business affairs, return
ing here about two weeks ago.
To Return Soon.
L A. Underwood on Friday re
ceived a letter from C. E. Miller
stating that he and his family
would leave Murphysboro, 111.,
about April 10 on their return trip
Last Novem
to Mountain Home.
her, it will be remembered, Mr. and
Mrs. Miller and their three child
ren left Pine for a short visit to
their former home in the east. They
came here on account of the health
of the little ones, having lost a child
about three years ago. Their
home visit proved to be unusually
sad, death claiming two more
children—3 year-old Bessie and
1-year-old Theodore breathing
their last within less than an hour
and a half, on February 16. One
daughter now remains to the be
reaved parents—Viola, about 11
years old.
Ernest D. Nichols of Pennsyl
vania will speak in Mountain
Home the 25th.
TOPP'S TWINS
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Pupils of the High School Do Them
selves Proud.
"They came, they saw, they—"
loaded up with shekels. Silver
and gold and currency, took they,
to the number of many ducats.
They were the whole thing last
Friday night at the opera house.
Nearly everybody was there, and
was glad of it. This was manifest
by the encouraging applause which
greeted the boys and girls of the
High School who, individually and
collectively, entered into the forma
tion of "Topp's Twins."
The young folks did themselves
proud, each and all of them; and
more especially when it is remem
bered that they had very little time
in which to rehearse their parts.
They began about one month ago,
meeting twice for practice the first
week and three times a week after
ward until the date fixed for the
play—about eleven rehearsals in
all.
The receipts totaled to $141.75
which will probably leave the
boys over $100 clear with which to
purchase a baseball outfit.
The boys are under great obliga
tions to the girls, who so ably as
sisted in the venture. The former
realize this, and, in token of their
appreciation, the young ladies were
given an outing last Sunday, Mrs.
J. W. Nieukirk chaperoning the
party to Canyon Creek. Those
participating were James Pence,
Ed Manion, Wm. Wells, Albert
Marhofer, Joe Longfellow, Robert
chattin, Ethel Bennett, Rose Nel
son, Chrissie Mahoney, Mabel
Lyon.
SMALL EIRE
Discovered and Extinguished Before
Making Headway.
Smoke was seen issuing from the
roof of Goddard's saloon Saturday
afternoon, No blaze could be seen
and it required considerable search
to locate the seat of the fire.
A crowd quickly gathered, form
ing a bucket, axe and ladder
brigade. Quite a stiff breeze was
blowing, and had the fire gained
much headway it is doubtful if any
building in the block could have
been saved—at any rate between
the alley and Front street.
The fire was found to be in a
sawdust-filled partition, where a
door had recently been cut through
and other alterations made. After
being located it was extinguished
without difficulty. How it origin
ated is not known.
" DROWNED
Eatal Accident To Former Mountain
Home Man.
Bkllingham, Wash., April 2.—
A. B. Clark, a prominent merchant
of this city and formerly a well
known resident of Idaho, was
drowned today in Silver Lake,
thirty miles east of Bellingham, by
the capsizing of a small boat from
which he was fishing.
Home in 1891 with Dr. J. E. H.r
per and a number of others from
Mr. Clark came to Mountain
Chicago, where he was a promin
ent Mason. The party arrived
here when the reservoir was in pro
cess of construction, coming to in-'
spect the country.
The following year Mr, Clark
settled here, taking an active in
terest in political and all public
matters, especially local issues.
Through Dr. Harper he was closely
connected with irrigation projects.
He organized and had charge of
the Fruitdale Co. He was the
owner of the fruit ranch bordering
on the east side of town, known
the Clark place; also the property
where W. J. Turner now lives.
Mr. Clark was principal organizer
and first Master of the Masonic
lodge here, and a Past Grand
Master of the state. He left Moun
tain Home in the summer of 1898,
going to Olympia, Wash., where
he assumed the management of the
Fair, a large department store. Two
years later, his associates dispos
ing of their interests, Mr. Clark
went to New Whatcom (now Bell
ingham) to assume similar duties
in connection with the same gen
tlemen, where he remained until
his death.
Mr. Clark iB survived by a widow,
a very estimable and highly cul
tured lady, who has the respect of
all who know her, and three child
ren, the oldest a girl about 10 years
of age.
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SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Annual Convention to be Held Here
Next June.
At a meeting of the executive
board of the Idaho Sunday school
association held in Boise the an
nual convention of the association
was dated for Mountain Home,
June 13, 14 and 15. The opening
exercises will be held on the eve
ning of June 13, leaving two clear
days for the actual work of the
convention.
The executive hoard consists of
Rev. W. H. Bowler of Shoshone
and B. H. McGrew and E. C. Cook
of Boise. Mrs. E. C. Cook, chair
man; B. II. McGrew, S. M.Kepner,
Mrs. A. J. Swain, Dean Hinks of
St. Michaels and Miss Anna Eth
eridge constitute the committee on
program.
An auxiliary program committee
will aasist the regular committee in
its work, its members exerting
themselves in their several locali
ties to secure the assent of Sunday
school workers to assignments to
be made by the regular committee.
It is hoped in this way to save
much valuable time and to assure
a solidly and well prepared pro
gram in which there shall occur no
lapses at the last moment.
The following have been named
to serve on this auxiliary commit
tee: Wm. Lindsay, Idaho Falls; C.
H. Witty, Pocatello; Percy Jones,
Blackfoot; Rev. Edward Pratt,
Shoshone; Mrs. W. F. Prescott,
Nampa; Rev. C. E. Helman, Cald
well; Rev. H. A. Lee, Weiser; Mrs.!
H.;
L ra > n ard, Fayette; H*
^ ,rulc ^ er ' Fmmelt; Rev. C.
Harney, Hailey; Mrs. Millie E.
LongfeHow, Mountain Kome; Mrs.;
J - M - ^packman, 1 win Falls; Fred
' renc,) > ^ ew * lymouth; Mrs. h. J.
Duncan, Minidoka; Rev. J. M.
Hixson, Sweet; Rev. F. J. Long,
Crawford.
It is expected that the Mount
ain Home convention will ratal,
lish a new record in point of both
attendance and interest in the.
Sunday school work.
Village election today.
SUNDAY WEDDING
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Miss Olive Smith Becomes Bride of
Statesman, April 3.
Miss Olive D. Smith of Boise and
Home and James Smith of Boise
attended the groom,
Vm. H. Wilson.
William H. Wilson of Mountain
Home, formerly of this city, wem
united in marriage yesterday after
noon at the home of the bride'*
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith,
at 115 South Seventeenth street.
Dr. I. F. Roach of the Methodist
church performed the ceremony*
which occurred at 1 o'clock.
A number of friends of the couple
were present at the ceremony,
many of these coming from Cald
well, where they are well known.
Miss Carrie Smith, a sister of the
bride, and Miss Edith George of
Caldwell acted
bridesmaids,
while Mr. McGuire of Mountain
as
After the ceremony a wedding,
dinner was served. Many valuable
gifts were received by the newly
wedded couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson left on the
afternoon train for Mountain
Home, where they will make their
home, Mr. Wilson being in busi
ness in that place. He was form
erly night clerk at the Capitol
hotel in this city.
Married Monday.
Miss Belle Coats and Greene
Pinkston were married yesterday
by Justice Swan.
The recent cold weather has been
unfavorable for sheep shearing
operations, but Goddard's camp
has now settled down to systema
tic work and matters will lie
pushed. The first load of wool
was seen on the streets Saturday.
Last week one of the producers dis
posed of his clip, it is stated, at 17£
cents.
Feel tired, no appetite, cannot
sleep, work or eat? That's spring
tiredness and will disappear at
once if you take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea this month. 35cent«.
Tea or Tablets. Roscoe W. Smith. *
Business interests called J. B.
Stanfield out to camp yesterday.
All the cattle, he reports, have beeo
turned out and are doing well. In
dications at present point toward a
favorable season.
get y° ur hat. They are beauties. *
LADIES
At Mrs. Hendric's is the place to
Liule Sarah SheddHn of Rock
jSpring8) W yo., niece of Mrs. C. E.
you buy a 'LONGLEY'IIAT.
Mason, died last Thursday, closely
following her little brother.
LULL VALUE
is given you for your money when
Get one now from our new stock.
Idaho Commercial Co., Ltd.
The capacity of the Fletcher
warehouse on the railroad reserva
tion has been increased by
f 00 t addition,
gflt q{ d(juble harnegs for eale at
jQ arra n & DeCoursey's stable. *
52
HARNESS FOR SALE
Rev. H. C. Ethell preached at
Bruneau Saturday evening, and
Sunday morning and evening, go
j. ; D . ,
ln 8 out '"'•"'V mornln K a,,d re '
turning Monday.
A little son arrived at the homw
iofMr. and Mrs. S. L. Calloway
March 27.

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