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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
L.
PHYS!» 'IANS and SUUGKmNS.
DR. Ik W. CLOUGHHK
Ptiygl,
an and Surgeon
Twin
rwo Years Resident Physician *t University
of Mich »s»n, Ann Arbor, Mloh^an.
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO.
8.
of
TRUMAN O. BOYD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office
Telephone No. 30
Office and Residence, Boyd Bldg.,
IDAHO
TWIN FALLS,
AT
DR. J. R, MORGAN
Physician and Surgeon
l School,
Graduate of the Northwest«:
Chtca
the bradlov-SmUh bni
. Office 1
Telephone No. 26
Idaho
Twin Falls
H. SCHMALHAUSEN M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Ocu ist and Aurist
building
Offic- in )
1 win F alls, Idaho
ones
OSTEOPATHS.
* P.
DR. J. D. HUME
E» iPATH
O!
ut Pact:
Huti I.
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Hours:
to 4:ui)
TWIN FALLS, ID
HO
H.
DR. JANE SHANK
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
e Hotel,
Twin Fulls, Idaho.
Office in Pen
Room 2:t.
Phone
DENTISTS.
DRS. BAKER & Me ATE E
Dentist
Room 1, Idaho Department Store Bldg
Telephone 14
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO
DR. D. BROWN r.EWERS
DE.
TIST
Telephone 100
n crown a
Spocial t. i
J bridge work
Intel
irrine
TWIN
IDAHO
r
DR. J. M.
Dentist
P.
In Tull BuUdlnr?
BUHL, IDAHO.
V
DR. L. H. (HUFEN
DENTIST
d bridge work
Office in Boyd Block.
Inlay
specialty.
a
Twin Falls
Idaho
ATTOI
:ys.
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Atlorncy-at-1 ,i
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Falls, Ida.
Twi
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HALL
TTOBKKY AT LAW
ctices before all court a
I--Tii, us B'-' . 1st It
ir.
'win Fui
K. V. Larso
ley.
-ÎLEY A T.ARSO::.
* Law ;
all state and lech .-al courts
L
ms t amlSCv-i
d
Sa\ il'f.' :i . It i
HiPJ.r.Y ,v » El
ATTORNEYS-AT- law.
^ill Practice in all Courts.
win Falls,
Idaho
P. GUTHRIE
La wyjsr
Rooms 3 and 4 Fox Building
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
'Street
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, ' SURVEYORS
EiDWIJ?! Qz* i t L
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l'.Lfi-: Pit .'8TINO
HiDuit for standard
makes vT power, drilling and pump
ing machinery.
First National Bunk Building.
Twin Falls, Idaho
DRAUGHT' Ni.
Mnnuf::('tur>'r's
Box 084
JAS. A BY BEE
CI v I L ENG IN E E R A N D
LIC E NSE L) SU 1 i Y U VOR
Office with E. V. lierp In First National
Hank Building. All work in my line will re
ceive prompt attention.
Twin Falls, Idaho
K.
Mh -MjCfl/fi. H. MULL
( CIVIL ENGINEER
Surveyor and City Engineer.
I ir First National Bank Building.
gKy|S^KgP, Box 230. Telephone 113.
falls,
IDAHO
CONTKAC TOUS AND BUILDERS
L. H. BABCOCK
;
ACTOR AN» BUILDKB
CONT
Office on Tenth Ave.
Idaho
Twin Falla
8. W. MOTLEY
. BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT I
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ARCHITECT
Calculating Quantities,
of mater ial accurately
rintinj? and Rills '
ade out for all kinds
of building.
P. O. Box «24 '
Office in Boyd Building
TWIN FALLS IDAHO
.
AT »V GO I ) FE LT CO vi PA N Y
Building Contractors.
Office and Shop, corner of Shoshone
and 14th Avenue.
TWIN FALLS - - -
Phone 178.
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- IDAHO I
BALL brothers,
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CÜNTRAC I ORS and BUILDERS. .
Üliloc on Ninth Avenue,
j
near 10th Street.
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Twin Falls, Idaho
Phone lfi.
COMPTON & DAVIS
CONTRACTORS
»no
UU1LDBKS
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VUll Furnisn Plans.
Twin Falls, Idaho. |
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UNDERTAKERS
. HUNT,
Undertaker and
Emualmek
H. E.
All calls respond ]
Open day and night
ed to promptly
. I
10th A vc.
TWIN FALLS. IDA
Harder Bid
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PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGER« ,
HARDY liKC
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House painting and finishing
a specialty.
Office on Ninth and Shoshone.
TWIN FALLS
IDAHO
\ UOTIONEEItS
D. W. BRUNK
Licensed
tor Slate auc
Fifteen years e
Satisfaction guara
Office w ith Brunk Brokeragi
Auctioneer
County
j
.uteed
•ally Co,
Twin
Fal
P. A.
FRE
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XJK AUC'
LIVK S'l
icialt
clerk's
•»a
Seem
re i
Terms
Fa mot
Falls,
Idahc
Twin
G IS
TITLE
CT
AE
f urn :
We a
at rea
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rls and lots
titles, t
in Twin
county. :
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IDAHO T
TWIN FALLS
IDAHO.
4AL SOCIETI
ERA T El
Twin F a11?
. 23
j.u.r.
ry Thursday i
sn Odd Fellows
sps alwi
e!c
C
ART WRIGHT,
H. A. (
Seer«
ary.
jODC
FALLS
L vv
J A. M.
night
each
lay
Meets
fir«t
Sojourning brethern cordially I •
IID
mon
iuvited to attend.
B. A. Bakku. W. M.
Chas. H. Mull. Secy, j
M. W. A. CAMP
No. 10890
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Meets 2nd and llli Wednes
Ul,
days of
mk
D. W. IJriink, Consul
G. W. Reels, Clerk
Idaho Dep't ?Store Building j [1
PHONE 1A!
PRIMROSE REBEKAH LODGE
No. 7fi
Meets in Odd Follows Hall, the
First and Third Tu '-day of
, each month. Visiting Rebekuhs
cordially welcome.
Emma Slovens.
I Noble Grand
t*
Bertha Bentley, :
Rec. Sec.
084
TWIN FALLS HOMESTEAD
NO. 1114, B. of Am. Yeoman
Meets the -I'oorul and fourth Friday of
each month i
members always welcome. ^
(\ C. W ILSON,
Foreman.
Odd Fellows Hall. Visting
re
J. M. Rogf.rs,
Correspondent.
The Pacific Circle, Women of Wood
craft, meets every second and fourth
Thursday of each month in the after- j
noon at the residence of Mrs. W. B
Wolfe on Main street.
Mrs. W. B. Wolke,
Guardian Neighbor.
Mrs. Hattie Hendricks,
Clerk.
gist
will
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and
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; Rudy Ross and Pew! Grossman filar' I
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rten.
)RD, March 25, 1908.
W. D. Sout-hworth ban been in Tw n
Falla all week with a sick hir.se.
Casti.i
it
I WaSSOm '' beMep tlu ' lilst re P 0rt '
Couse A; Iieveu have just finished
! planting 40 acres of oats on the Julius
: Sei, lake home-lead and have moved
I their outfit to VY. II. Smiths, where
i tney have 35 acres of wheat to put in.
! An engineers'camp has been estah
tablished at C isUeford, to work on the
! big project across the river.
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i The rumor of the changes and im
provements on Ferguson Flat are
! heartily welcomed by the people of
I
i Castleford, as ibis large body of laud
. has been an eye sore to il ia ct mmu
j nlty.
I 1». D. Near had a runaway Sunday.
I The horses broke from the hitching
! post while Mi. and Mrs. NcoiJ were in
1'ortov's store, but they were checkt d
I before any damage
I Mias Hartwell of Roseworth and Mise
in
to
a done.
w
! Calhoun of Blue Gulch took dinner
Ed Couse Friday. They
ware pleased with the country and its
and expressed their in
of coming often now, as they
across the river.
Ross left Castleford last week
I with the intention of filing on a detent
I claim, but returned with a wilt in
stead. Bound Miss Pearl Gres J
married in Twin Fal s
last
|
with Mrs
, improveme
teniio.i
can cot
]
er
ruau
»Wednesday
turned to Castleford Friday, where
. I tlu-y expect to make their home. They
:ek, and
r
j are Ihr. lirst euupie to married from
, : ,., ;1
d.
Evening with James Whiicom Pâîey.,,
Messrs. Fuller and Colles of our citv
j. .n
I Boise in his justly famous
li James Whip unl> Riley'' in Twin
ils on Saturday evening, April 4t,h.
' si rare literary grea
Riley has justly been called the Biirn
of Aniei
Judge
Flenner of
el
"Evening
• sings of the common
in homely phase that
touches the heart and moistens tb
:h.
thing
of life
s eyi
Den tier
an ovation
j wherever lie pneers in his rendition of
Blade speaking of
"Nothing af
liley readings,
natur
Ril
The Toled
of his reai
one
fected by Mr. Flenner's I
to use a Riley ext ression. be is
tl »s the violet/'
The Washington I).
T
he "out Hi'
unuerstood he is to bo
steal talent.
nouncement will be made ne:
isslfited bv
Further
U-il
an
t week
j
Ch
i for sale at reasi
ible, 3 mill s I
a. M. P.
th of t >w
Mar. Lfi
your land to
Cirtir I
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Right Prices
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IN THE PIKE BUILDING
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Alfalfa Seed
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For Seta. Inquire at
at the office of
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shoe shop in the Famous
Shoe Store and can he
found there ready to do
your repairing. Satisfac
tion guaranteed, prices
right.
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TRY THE
KIM
For first class work.
JOINING DRUG STORE KIMBERLY. IDAHO
At time- wlion yon don't feel just ;
right, when you have a had stomach, '■
take something right away that will as
gist dig' stion; uot something tliat
simulate for a time but something 11 1 tit
will positively do the very work l lull
the slomae'h | c forms under ordinary
and normal onudit o ts, something that
w II make I he food digest. To do Hits
you must take a natural digestunt (lint
contains the same juices found in a
healthy stomach. Each dose will digest
more than 3,000 grains of good food.
It is sure to afford prompt, relief, it
gests what you eat and is pleasant to
take. Sold ltv Spragoes Pharmacy.
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Conference Rates to Salt Lake.
The Oregon Short Line railway will
give a special excursion rate of one
fare for the round trip to Salt Lake
dur ng Conference. Diteof sale April
2 id to full inclusiv,-. IliLirn limit
April löih. For further particulars
sc; local agent or address D. E. Burley,
G nierai Passenger agent Salt Lake
City.
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Kodi 1 is today the best known and
most reliable remedy for all disorders of
the stomach, such as dyspepsia, heart
burn, sour stomach and belching of gas.
ICodol contains the same jui >oe found
in a healthy stomach. Kodol is ploas
to take. It is guaranteed to give relief
and Is -old here by Sprague's Pharmacy
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Wanted.
Wheat for grinding. Highest marke
price paid. Twin Falls Feed
Mill.
The wonderful current
vi: TiintHlum :irjii Turn s'r n
F reed beim. ■ Î?
avilir, grrat
er
lamps uc
on sale by H. IT.
ft:
For a good square dinner for 25 cepts
go to the M ission Cafe, across the street
from the Perrins Hotel.
Wanted.
Wheat, for grinding. Highest market
price paid. Twin Falls Feed Mill.
I
Get DeWitt's Carhollz d Witch Ilny
el Salve—it is healing, soothing aDd
cooling, It is good for [dies. Sold by
Sprague's Pharmacv.
I
You cannot, beat them in priee
qua) •
■d Berk
shirs and Poland China, males at Maple
Hill farm, miles S. W. of eir.y.
. Those fine, young, pure br
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T.
Mar. 6 tf
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The very best pure bred Ber
China pigs for sale cheap at
miles S. W. of
shire and
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Maple Hill farm, 2
city. Come and see them.
T. W. Pot
er.
Mar. 6 tf
Special—We have h
:>od liou^« an l
H. A.
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lot furnished
Stroud & Co.
throu;
Se
out.
:
more bad bread if you try a sack
st," hard wheat
j (lour at the Idaho Department
s I of " Cach '
Valleys I
ore.
Sunday diune
I
M26
c nt
Mo Use io Die.
"I have found out that there is no
ie to die of lung t
et Dr. K
Mrs. .1. P. White of
"I would not be alive tc
UK
New
Discov- *
Rush- S
Ij you can
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forthat w.mderful medicine. It. j
any- s
I om
gb quicker tha
up a c<
b, and cures lung dii
thing
even
a 80
BB -r i pror • u red h< pelves.
■dv for coughs
bronchitis
heul tie
3st reliable n
il and colds, lagrippc, asthma,
Tl
uaran
50 uents and
d hoarsenes*
Sprague's Phan
Trial bottle free
DO.
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i-t.crcd
l.fiO per setting,
ninth I It •( ks St.fid cer att
ira 1). Viutmi. Filer, Idaho.
Thoroughbred ergs from r
fl stock. Buff Leghorn?
11 Barred PI;
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TAKE IT IN TIME,
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Just as Scorns of Tv.ia Fails i'eup!* Have.
Waiting dou't pay.
If you n*-gleet the aching buek..
Urinary troubles diabetes, surely lol

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Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache
Cure every ill.
Robert Raker Buchanan near Bon
; nevillc St., Piicatello, Idaho, brakeinau
i on the Oregon Short Eine R.
! "1 -offered froni backache ar.it heavy
i aching pains across my loins for mote
! than two y eurs. When 1 caught the
! least cold it settled in my buck und
caused me considerable sntV ring,
i stunned [ was rewarded wiih severe
pains across the region of the kidneys
|and L was unable to lift nuv g.ent
I : weight. There was ap.o a feeling of
j soreness in the back and i had diilioul
! ty with the kidney secietions.
! was particularly annoying at night. All IJ
I these symptoms showed me that I had j*
I kidney trouble and I used many differ- ! j
it, but obtained 13
R.
says;
If I
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This i
I ent remedies to eure
i little benefit. Finnahy I heard of
(
Doan's Kidney Fills and commenced
using them. They proved to be just
the remedy that I needed. In a short
time the backache ceased, the soreness
was removed from, my back aud the
annoying urinury t.ifliculty was cor
rected. I am pleased to recommend
Doan's Kiudey Pills.''
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50
cents. Foster-Millburn Co., Buffulo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Stales.
Remember the name—Doan's and
take no other.
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S AN IMPORTANT MATTER. The best
is none too good. We guarantee to send
you nothing but what is good, fresh and clean ^
in the Grocery Line.
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Horses bought, sold and exchanged.
First Class rigs at Re. 'unable prices.
Sunday Excursions to Falls and Lakes.
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Including
Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Spindles,
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lins, Window and Door Frames,
terior Finish, etc.
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Profits, $6,000
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OF TWIN FALLS., IDAHO
OFFICERS:
F. F Johnson, President.
I J S. H. Hays, Vice-President
J. M. Maxwell, Cashier.
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A General Eaafdng Business Transacted.
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
of
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THE PUREST AND BE : I
F>. M. HALL
Contractor and
Builder
Plans Drawn. Euimatcs Cheer
fully I'urnished.
FRESH CANDIES
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Prices of Land are attracting large numbers
of settlers every day. If you want to sell
we have the buyers for your land. List
with
DAY & CRISMOR
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