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THE REPUBLICAN
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SATURDAY
Mountain Home, Idaho, Wednesday, September 9,1908.
Volume 19
Number 76
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Delivers Interesting Address Before
Unity Club) 'Discussing Consti
tutionat-Principles.
Boise, Sept. : 8,- T Senator Hejj
bttrndelivereiilan address be
fore tbo Unity Club in the Uni
tarian church.pf Boise, Sunda; r
evening. The. organization in
.composed of business men ant i
his talk was not of a politica!
nature, but rather a discussior
\ of constitutionaTj^eiples.
' That the people 4o . rule was
the substance of a declaration 1
made by the senior: senator, and
, hepointed out the manner as
provided by the constitution.
Whenever a man fails to do this
he said) it is because he does
cut interest
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The $irty out} of' ppwer, he
ystatedj^h^nwi^,. and it is
fie-a-majority
through
V anoiier^|i|Sndl. He further
said that the ' real mistake of
\ the^rniimrity in--4ttempting to,
Fegaje-fJ^mr wa& its attempt
to ov.erthrow entii'ely the major
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Special to Moscow.
A special car for university
students leaves Boise September
20 at 2:20 p. m. Write to Don
ald Whitehead of Boise for res
ervations.
76-lt
Coming Seen
Miss M. E. Gilgan, the well
known Caldwell milliner, will be
in this city on Monday and Tues
day, September 21 and 22, and
will be prepared. to show to the
ladies of Mountain Home an es
pecially fine line of millinery
At the Evans Hotel; two days
only.
METHODISTS WIIL
USE OPERA HOUSE
Change Place of Holding Services
Commencing This Week
Sunday. The pastor, Rev. F. J.
Long, cordially invites all to at
tend.
The recently organized Meth
,odist church in this city, which
has been holding its services in
the Hungerf ord Hall, has leased
jthe Garrett Opera House for
(that purpose, and will hold ser
ices there regularly hereafter
ntil further notice. Preaching
t 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. every
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
United States Senator—Weldon B. Heybum, Sho
Justice Supreme Court—Judged. F. Ailshie, of Idaho.
Congressman—Thomas R. Hamer, of Fremont.
Governor—James H. Brady, of Bannock
Lieutenant Governor—L H. Sweetser, of Cassia.
Secretary of State-Robert Lanadon, of Wash
Attorney General—D. C. McDougal, of Oneida.
Auditor-S. D. Taylor, of Bonner.
Treasurer—C. A. Hasting, of Nez Perce.
Mine Inspector—F. C. Moore, of Shoshone.
Superintendent of Public Instrnction~S. Belle
Chamberlin, of Twin Falls.
Presidential Electors-Edgar Wilson, of Ada; John
Lamb, of Owyhee; A. A Crane of Kootenai.
shone.
ington.
ACTUATED BY JUDGMENT
The ticket headed by James
H. Brady carries no doubt with
it. It is a successful ticket from
the bottom up and will be loy
ally supported by every Repub
lican in the state—and many
Democrats, It is composed of
timber that stands for the up
building of Idaho and the per
petuation of its best institu
tions and prosperity. There
are no political peddlers or com
promising elements connected
with it, but its strength lies in
the fact that it is eminently an
administrative ticket—a ticket
that spells and breathes Idaho
spirit in every item. It is made
up of men who have made a suc
cess of their own lives and bus
iness and is not an instrument
to further ther the political am
bitions of any individual. That
it was independent in its judg
ment was evidenced in the fact
that while it could support Hev
burn on some things, it could
turn him down on others; that
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State Normal School
ALBION* IDAHO
1. Pwf wlwl Stadia*
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S. Drawlag.
l<»o IM dormliorta*. SplataMiintata
Plot library. Baal taaeban. Oacd i lbl ada
com ha*, roar yacn oooiaa. Plyl«M»a a ataja
eertiawta. Vail tarn baalna •a,l—ba» A—■
Writ* for aaialaaaa. Addraaa
The Prealdeat, Alblom, Mils
We have purchased the Idaho
Commercial Oo.'s entire stock of
oil, and are now in chape to fill
your want* in this lint.
Spangenberg Electric <&
Machine Company,
76-77.
Mountain Home Transfer Line
CHAS. VAN ORFF, Prep.
Prompt and Careful Attention to all
Orders, and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
PHONE 153F
Leave Order! at W. L. Thonpton't Furniture Store.
ELECTRIC CLEANING & PRESSING WORKS
CLOTHES CLEANED AND PRESSFD
FRENCH AND DRY AND STEAM PRESSING
REAR OF ACKER BLK.-PH 0 NE NO. 195
while French was a time-tried
and truaty partisan, the party
had just as good material, that
while it stood for every party
principle, the boss had no job
on the works; that while it was
in unanimous support of Brady
it would have turned him down
in two minutes hadhe interfered.
The convention met to do busi
ness and was under no pet ring
rule nor pet combination.
It was disiintively a conven
tion of harmony for the people
at large and not for the sake of
politics, and it accomplished its
purpose in manner eminently
biting. No Republican can take
exception to the open procedure
of the convention, as it was
■ sc t uar *> flat and decided in its
rulings and meets with the en
dorsement of all. It is a ticket
of 25,000 majority in the state.
The issues and contents that
presented themselves were de
cided on the convention floor
and grievance gave away to en
dorsement when the majority
ruled. There is no weak spot
in the ticket—Idaho Falls Post.
Photographs
We not only make high-class
Portrait Work, but have a spe
cial equipment for doing al
kinds of—
Viewing and Finiihing
for Amatenrs
Don't you think now is the time
to have a nice view of your resi
dence or farm buildings, as it
would be appreciated by your
friends.
Kodak Suppliet for Sale
Dearinger Photo
graphic Co,
Front Street
Lots of Gd Musk Flayed it Spo
lfSw»f tefr Fair,
The contract for muiic at the
Spokane Interstate Fair this
fall has been awarded to the In
land Empire Band, under the
direction of Prof. A G. Reemer.
The band will consist of 20
pieces and will furnish music
for the races in the afternoon
and for the Pain spectacular
program in the evening.
The Inland Empire Band is
one of ths oldest organizations
in Spokane and has furnished
music for many important en
gagements throughout the In
land Empire. Hie band has
been engaged for the past five
years by the Interstate Fair as
sociation.
Prof. A G. Reemer, leader of
the band since its organization
in 1901, wrote a march, "Spo
kane Interstate Fair," which
was dedicated to that organi
zation in 1904. The march will
be featured during this season's
engagements.
Music wiil be one of the fea
tures at the fair this fall and
Prof. Reemer promises the
best band in the history of his
organization. In addition to
this band, the Parker Carnival
Company, which furnishes the
show for the "Midway," will
carry two 12-piece bands, which
are combined for concert pur*
poses.
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EAGLES!
There willbe a special meeting
of the ledge Wednesday, Sept.
j6th. Important business. Gome
every one o! you.
R. P. Harman, Seo'y
L. E. Nicholson, Free.
-Milk delivered in any part of
town. Telephone 51-X T. C. Ep
person.
Mrs. 8. E. Reed left Monday for
Nampa for a viait with her eon,
C. K Reed.
Mise Rose Jacob* of Smith's Prai
rie ie in the city in attendance at
the teacher s* instit ute.
Mies Mina Spangenberg, who has
been visiting relatives in the eity
during the past summer, returned
to her home in Wisconsin Satur
day.
19tf
Montgomery, Blunk & Co.
Announce New Goods arriving daily from eastern
purchase. Ladies, don't fail to see the uew
BORD ERED DRESS GOODS
Have a new dess for the fair. A few of
LAST OF SEASON'S BARGAINS
Mexican Hate
Ladies' and Children's Hate
Children's Dresses
Ladies White Aprons
Ladies Gingham Aprone
Ladies' Satteen Aprons
Some Special bargains in
NEW FANCY RIBBONS
A bargain counter of short lengths and remnants of summer
dress goods, embroidery and laces
Boltg Bhsinttt COUtfit
Botec'rAttest, Busiest, Best
r«| WSLM AtSItSS
W. H. RH 0 AP 5 . L. L. D. t BOISE
TEACHERS HOLDING
ANNUAL INSTITUTE
Gw Attendance of Elmore Coun
ty Instructors at School
House This Week.
Preliminary to the opeuing
of the public schools of the
county next week, after the
eumtner vacation, the teachers
of Elmore county are holding
au institute at the school house
in this eity this week, and an
interesting an instructive pro
gram is being carried out. One
of the principal attractions of
the week was the address, Tues
day evening, by the Rev. P.
Monroe Smock, of Boise, who
took the eminent educater, Pes
tallozsi as his subject. His talk
was greatly enjoyed by all who
herd him. The institute will he
in session all this week.
State Land Sale
On Thursday, September 24,
1908, at ten o'clock a. m. of said
day, the state of Idaho will of
fer for sale about 4000 acres of
agricultural lands at public auc
tion at the court house in Hailey,
Blaine county, Idaho,. The land
is appraised at from $10 to $25
per acre.
Terms of sale are as follows:
On all lands selling for $25 per
acre or less, one tenth of the
purchase price and the
first year's interest on the
deferred payments, cash on day
of sale and balance in eighteen
annual installments at six per
cent interest; on all lands sell
ing for more than $25 per acre,
two-tenths of the purchase price
and first year's interest on de
ferred payments, cash on day
of sale, the balance in sixteen
annual installments at six per
cent interest. Improvements
and timber cash on day of
sale.
By order of Die State Board
of Land Commissioners.
M. I. Church,
Register.
76-78

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