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THE REPUBLICAN
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Mountain Home, Idaho: Tuesday, August 29, 1905
Nmuber 49
olu me 16
After Lingering and Painful Sickness
J. G. Johnson Succumbs.
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4 John Gustav Johnson was born
at Rudaholm, Sweden. September
13, 1862; came to St Paul, Minn J
in the spiing of 1886; removed to i
Crookston, Minn., in 1894; worked
a tannery there 9 years; came
to Mountain Home November,
1903; died at his home in Wolfe's j
j
PASSES REYOND
addition at 4 p m. Friday, August
25, 1905, after a sickness of two
months, of a disease of the stomach
and intestines whose precise char
acter was not determined.
Mr. Johnson was married to Miss
Matilda Johnson in St. Paul, Minn.,
March 18, 1893. Five children
were born to them: Esther, Ruth,
Gladys, Gardner and Pearl. Gladys,
the third, passed away about four
years ago. The others remain with
the mother.
The funeral was held Saturday
afternoon at the Congregational
church, Rev. C. E. Mason con
ducting the services.
LIBRARY MATTERS
The Library Board held its reg
ular monthly meeting in the new
quarters last Thursday afternoon.
In addition to transacting rou
tine business, the Board gave in
structions to have the floor and
windows cleaned, table, bookcases,
etc., varnished, and two signs put
up, one at the outside entrance of
the building and the other on the
door of the reading room
If you are troubled with dizzy
spells, headache, indigestion, con
stipation, Hollister's Rocky Mount
ain Tea will make you well and
keep you well. If it fails, get y° ur
money back. That's fair. 35
cents. Roscoe W. Smith. *
BUSINESS PROPERTY SALE
Phillips Bros, have sold, through
their two lots, with
Pascoe of the
The consideration, it is
Col. Linton,
buildings, to Chas.
Bulletin,
said, was $1350.
'
FALL MILLINERY
On Saturday, September 9, Mrs.
Hendricks will have on display a
full line of fall millinery goods,
which the ladies are invite I to cali
49-*
and examine.
COME EARLY!
COME EARLY!
Photos
And ln.ve your stamp
made. For thirty day*
only ,
YV belch el & Finn will make stamp
Photos three sizes—25, 35 and 5U
*
cents.
ROOMS FOR RENT
])(..-'*rooms, furnished or!
unfurnished, for rent. Everything
new, neat and clean; rooms well
lighted and attractive. Call at,
Thk Republican office or residence
of Mrs. Millie E. Longfellow for
further particulars.
Ligh-grad e
INTERESTING SPECULATION
Watch the elegant "Raymond" Plano Sell
Itself.
We are offering to those who in
tend purchasing a
piano in the near future, an oppor
tunity which they should not fail
to take advantage of.
ineflrhite mahogany "Raymond"
Piano, which would be good value
if purchased at the regular price
of $475.00, is being marked down
$1 00 each day, including Sundays,
until it is sold. On August 23 the
price had reached the low figure of
I
I'he genu*
$453.00, and several people are al
ready figuring on purchasing
this instrument, hut are waiting
and hoping that it will go a few
dollars lower in price. Remember
this is being done by us as a legiti- j
Dm te method of advertising 0U r !
business, and this particular piano
i i B a s fine as any piano can be and of
possesses a remarkable tone in ad ,
dition to being encased as beauti
fully as any piano we lu.ve ever
j seen, and the purchaser of this in
strument can rest assured they
will have the only white mahog iny
j piano in this part of the country
I
i
Wise Piano House,
911 Main Street, Boise, Idaho
Idaho's Oldest Piano Dealers.
Look for the big electric sign. *
INSTITUTE
Annual Session Begins Yesterday,
Closing Friday.
Teachers' Institute began yester
day morning and will continue in
session until Friday afternoon. Up
to noon yesterday these teachers
had registered: Prof. A. J. Sim
pich, Mrs. Blanche Lovelace, the
Misses Anna True, Ida Zimmer
man, Nellie Johnson, Huldah Nel
(
son, Tena Lyon. Gertrude Mellen,
Ida Westgate, Katie Brady, Dona
Harris.
Others registering were Misses
Edith Whitson,
Maud Hanley
Clara and Nina Pool.
FRUIT BY AUTO
George Hall of Garnet to Inaugurate
Freight Innovation.
1
Peaches to market in an auto
mobile is an innovation being
planned by George P. nail, who j
I is the owner of a big orchard on
j g nake r j ver 40 miles southeast of
j Boise j
Mr. Hall is now paying an av
erage of $60 a day to the express,
companies, an expense which will
continue throughout the fruit sea-1
tn
smooth ;
is
The road from this city
son
Snake river is sufficiently
for an autimobile and he estimates |
that by using a machine of the van
pattern he cm secure all the car
! vying capacity necessary for bring
j ing his crop to
' i of at least
a
one half the present,!
et, at a savin;
m a
I cost.
The plan is t*. 1 ad the
bile in the evening, leaving at an .
| hour th it will enable him to !»t- on
1 the market wit 1
the f dlowing morning.
Under the present arr
automo
i
early
n
, i
it
5U
to the
of taking the peach
. press uflice the day before, so that
they can be loaded on the train
i lhe fruit is exposed for a
length of time, and when it arrives
the market the fruit will not
) i
needless j
or!
, .
at, standI up the same length of time
that it would if brought direct
for from the trees to storage at the
commission houses during the coM
Oil
nights.
The experiment will be watched
by the large fruit raisers with a j
good deal of interest, and if it
proves to be a success, others will
e -f 0 ]j ow ty[ r Hall's example.—Cap
ital News, August 23
the
of
I
I
C. E. Ulery, j
Agent j
CHEAP RATES
Commencing March 1 cheap
one way rates will take effect
from all Eastern points to all
points on the O. S. L. For par
ticulars apply to an^O. S. L. Ry
agent.
ITINERARY
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Dates for President and Secretary
of Mothers'Congress.
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The following is the Western
itinerary of Mrs. Schoff and Mrs.
Grice, the president and secretary
of the Mothers'Congress: 1
Leave 1 ortland \\ ednesdaj, Aug
:
ust 23
Lewiston Thursday, August 24.
Moscow Friday, August 25.
Spokane Saturday, August 26.
Idaho Falls luesday, Septem-1
Pocatello Wednesday, Septem
Mountain Home Thursday, Sep
r 1
!
her 5.
her 6.
tember 7 ( Mrs. Grice), at the Con
gregational church, 8 p.m. [Every
one interested is cordially invited
to be present. Mothers, especially
urged to attend Non-sectarian in
nature, and not devoted to the in
terests of any one particular club,
society or influence, but to the one
great important phase of human
ity-motherhood.]
Weiser Thursday, September 7
(Mrs. Schoff).
Caldwell Friday, September 8
i
(Mrn. Grice).
Payette Friday, September 8
Mrs. Schoff).
Nampa Sunday and Monday,
September 9 and 10.
Boise Tuesday, September 12.
IS HANDICAPPED
Somebody's Letter Pails to Get Fair
Start on Journey.
Somebody will begin to wonder,
by and by, why no answer is re-1
ceived to that letter which was
mailed at the Mountain Home
postoffice a few days ago.
The problem is not at all intri-1
cate, though: the solution simply
lies in the fact that Postmaster
Turner, although quite an adept at,
solving puzzling propositions gen
;-rally, i. not yet sufficiently verted
in the exhilarating art of reading
blank space and deciphering name
and address where none exist.
The envelope iB innocent of any!
the writer of the
mark whatever.
letter, or some other person (pro
vided, of course, that it contains a
letter) having deposited it in the
flat
ving box afi
and aflixing a stamp.
ne tl
g a
imn
re
i
letter been
OCCU
ID
the
conspieut
window e
ushered into public notice, and one,
erday
plead
ud den
ly
ymp i the tic woman
hat it
lu ally
a
:h day passed
expression as eac
1 no one came to relieve its em
ir, s
an
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tflU *' r cc 1 0 or et lo
fivers This Afternoon.
barrai
nient.
W. C. T. U.
j
The regular meeting of the W.
C. T. U. will he held at the Con
gregational church this (Tuesday)
afternoon, 2:30 o'clock.
This is the time to elect officers
and every member should be pres
ent. All who are absent will cer
I tainly be put in office, so if you
don't want an office you would
I better be at the meeting.
Mrs. R. P. Chattin,
President.
J. Custer lias added considerably
j to the appearance, likewise the
j "dignity," of the Mountain Home
Bakery and Confectionery by the
addition, Saturday night, of an
imposing looking soda fountain,
which was "on duty" Sunday, It,
is a very handsome piece of work,
_ , ,
^ ^ ar , tU8 ' aVe 80 ve . e
"'° ar-" 1 -»w pro i em, pist, give
ier re 8 u ftr ) 0 k ,erH oc v
as <l
35 cents, Tea or Tablets.!
Roscoe \\. Smith.
Mountain Tea.
It will make her
healthy, happy and docile
lamb.
J. P. Clays will leave in a day
yj t,vvo for some quiet spot, proh*
restand recuperate. He has not
been feeling well for some time, in
addition to which he is beginning
to he troubled by insomnia.
ably on the coast, where he can
General Secretary of C. E. Societies
to Speak in Boise.
VOGT COMING
Van Ogden Vogt of Boston, Gen
eral Secretary of the Christian En
deavor societies, is to address the
Idaho union in Boise on the night
of September 11.
It is expected that Mr. Vogt will
pass through here on the early
morning train, accompanied by C.
Foster Cable, Secretary of the Idaho
union. Rev. C. E Mason and oth
ers will he at the depot to greet
them,
HAS ROSY IIUE
Thai's How Hie Future Looks for
the South Boise.
Postmaster W. J. Turner seems
to be pretty well satisfied with the
j world in general these days, if the
j expression of satisfaction noted on
j Ins countenance is to he accepted
as a reliable indication. When he
I returned from the Exposition
j other day, "here be
panied by Mrs. and Miss Turner,
( he last no time in getting into the
jSouth Bei* country, where he
: a promising placer pro p«:t staked
He brought home some of
in th > form of!
f a
was aecom-1
out.
! ihe "indications"
shot-gold, about half the size
wheat grain, and he doesn't
tit! that it "look
hesi-1
j tate to acknoi
good" to him.
The entire section
iCt
Mr. Turner
ng
I1CCI
ays, is
ivity.
1 there
'sh
The
int/'ri
ja vi >
me i
de
ent
rui
are
ml
-i
are
>nen
newcomers have
j the field, and mon
-1 is noted than for years
; 1
i a.tntly entered
general activity
at. In
actual (level
j addition to this, the
opment work
ing important proportions,
natural result, of course, w
being done is assum
The
ill be
the opening up of new mines, thus
expanding the factor and influence
which make for increased prosper
ity.
The future (and the very imme
diate future, too) for that section
Mr. Turner,
of the country, avers
looks very bright.
J. W. Caldwell is suffering from
painful and peculiar accident.
While examining the contents of
barrel of creosote roof paint, hav
ing just removed the cover, spon
' taneous combustion occurred,
face was enveloped in flame, burn
ing him quite severely. Fortu
nately his eyesight was not affected.
a
His
Fred Marhofer came home from
Kansas Saturday.
Another District is Created by Ke
It, annexing Territory.
j
e 1 E. Church held its annual session
j n Baker City, Oregon, adjourning
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M. E. CONFERENCE
The Idaho Conference of the M.
examinations
The
; August
i were held on Wednesday.
<l business sessions occupied Thurs
d Prid|iy and Saturday.
Q n Sunday afternoon occurred
21. The
,
the Memorial exercises and the
j ordination of two elders. Ihe sub
jects of the memoirs were Mrs.
j Van Dusen, wiie of the presiding
j elder of the Boise District, and two
hUd of , {ev A . 0 . Bi8e of
Middleton, all of whom had died
during the year.
The appointments for the eusu
ing year were read Sunday eve
nmg.
The conference was presided
by Bishop W. F. McDonald,
C.
over
the youngest bishop of the church,
elected in 1904.
loved and admired for his broth
erly and tender spirit, joined to
other strong qualities that tit him
for the high stations and varied
duties to which the church has
He is especially
called him.
By the General Conference last
year some territory in Northeast
ern Oregon, which had belonged to
the Idaho Conference in
years, but for eight years previous
had been attached to the Columbia
earlier
River Conference, was again con
nected with Idaho. A small pre
siding elder's district was created
of most of this territory, with
J. 1). Gillilan serving as presiding
elder and also as pastor at
1 Grande
out
j
on i
|
he |
j 10 . , U (irande
the j fivo j,, the Boise dis
hae,2L UGrande appear
; inct a > H unnlied
of in the reports as to be su plieu,
of! but several of them were filled by
a ' men in attendance upon
t, members.
1 limit of a presiding el
district is
oa
This year this district,
enlarged to in
La Grande, was
dude all of the Oregon territory
of Cambridge,
the'and the charges
Long Valley, Payette and Weiser,
The Boise District
now
the con
ference, no
the same
der's term on
Rev. W. W. Van Dusen
1 on this district for
six years.
! had first serve*
a vacan
; t ion of
1 tlrnn five years by regular
uestiori bad
year,
5 a fra
ent cy, all*
appointment; and
i, e 1 whether another year s
been
nut
allowable,
uld be
minted.
vo
ir vi
In
as reap!
■ovi-d on
he
de for
the or
of a second
rna
and care
from
gamza
ion
the results
•nrk previously
church in Boise
The ! of some mission
be 1 done by the First Church.
Rev. Thomas Johns, who, for
has served
U
the past two yar
Glenn's berry, the one
charge in Elmore county, removes
! to Mack av. He will be succeeded
who
by Rev. A. W. Harts or
I served the char B e at Sweet tire
! fore part of last year, and devoted
the latter part to evangelistic
a
hav
work.
The next session
ill he held at Idaho Falls.
It will wash and not rub off
This complexion all envy
It's no secret so I'll tell
Take thou Rocky Mountain Tea.
Roscoe W. Smith._
Elegant typewriter paper, neatly
boxed, for sale at this office.
of the confer
ence w
me,
His

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