1040 acres of fruit land adjoining Twin
on sale in 5 and 10 acre tracts
Modern improvements brought to every purchaser door. Electric
lights, waterworks and sewerage, telephone and everything neccessary
to make it ajuburban paradise. All land now cultivated and pro
ducing crops. Unsurpassed for fruit raising and for homes. Y Y
H. A. STROUD&CO.
Do you expect ever to buy lumber cheaper
than you can now? If you bavent a home
why don't you tell your troubles to the
IDAHO LUMBER COMPANY
As Year Building Goes Up
you will be surprised at the quickness of
the work if we have supplied the lumber.
Tbe reason is, all our lumber is perfect and
no time is lost in picking out good boards
or joists. i hey are all good. The work
men make beiter time and
Time saved is money saved.
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a completely new stock,
but a provision for any
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arise, where you will be
glad to have your new
Spring clothes on hand.
Intending visitors are advised to note the un
usually attractive color combinations in our Spring
Ennuie Cloning and Tailoring company
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LOCAL and PERSONAL!
B. SI. Rose of Hansen was in town
Sunday for a short time.
Messrs. G. A. and Samuel Farlow of
Buhl were visitors in town last Saturday
Supt. H. II. Olmstead, of the Short
Line was the guest of I. B. Perrina on
H. C. Haight and J. B. Randall of
Oakley were visitors in this city on
Miss Marie Ladd left Wednesday
evening for Toledo Ohio, where she
will visit relatives for a short time.
T; M. Starrh. one of the leading I
druggist ot Shoshone, was a visitor
■here last Sunday.
Air. aDd Mrs. J. B. Goiuiie who have
been residing at Nampa for the past
year returned to Twin Falls and will
S. C. Poland and family have ar
rived iu town from Broken Arrow,
Okla. and will take up their residence
uponsome of the rich land on the tract.
Wm. C. Agne of Seattle spent a few
days here looking for good land on the
tract. He is in the newspaper business
in above city and is thinking of going
into the poultry business for a change.
The Twin Falls Realty company
commenced work today excavating on
Shoshone avenue for a new two story
building on their lots in block (14. The
building will be used as offices when
Dr. E. D. Shadday, of Saratoga. Ind
iana, who has been the guest of Dr. and
Mrs. T. O. Boyd, left last, evening for
Portland, Oregon, Dr. Shadday will
return later and locate in this city to
take up his professional practice.
Billy Bennett's big show struck town
yesterday and gave the people an up
to-date performance in the opera house,
last night. Bennett travels in his
own cars and hns a large band as one
of the drawing cards to his show.
G. W. Fell of Milner was in town
for a short time Mondny^in consulta
tion with the local members of the
North side company. Mr. Fell is to
have charge of the engineering work of
the North side electric line.
Th(: Pythian dramatic club are con
templating putting oil their play again
in a short time in order that, those who
were unable to hear them last week may
have the .opportunity. They also are
thinking of going to Rupert at an early
A. E. Gross in getting out of his
wagon last Friday, caught his foot the
side step and fell in such a, manner as
to injuxe his knee and ankle. At pres
ent Mr. Gross is spending his spare
moments in bed planning on setting out
his ten acre tract in orchard, until
such time as he can get around with
the injured limb.
The Cash Grocery on the first of this
month changed hands, S. S. Neher re
tiring from the firm. E. N. Flory the
present manager and his brother F. T.
Flory of Franklyn Grove, Illinois have
assumed ownership and will enlarge the
business by the addition of new lines
not heretofore carried by the popular
Pat Hall had a chance to see how his
clothes looked on the other fellow las 1
week when some light fingered gent
stole in to Pat's boudoir and slid inside
of bis Sunday clothes. When arrested
the man was wearing the borrowed
finery with easy assurance of an actor
and besides had a big gun 10 his pocket
which Pat says was not a part of his
Sunday outfit. The man was given four
months in the county jail.
One of the pleasantest social events of
recent date was the bridge party given
by Mrs. George D. Aiken ou last Mon
iu celebration of Mrs. Aiken's birthday
and about twenty-five ladies aided her
in making merry. The prizes for score
were given to Mesdames W. F. Pike
Stuart H. Taylor and O. C. Bedford.
The hostess assisted by Mrs. Tyler, Miss
McCollum and Mrs. Nixon served most
dainty luncheon to the guests who In
the course of the banqueting pledged to
tbe long life and happiness of thwir
hostess. A plan of the guests to sur
prise Mrs. Aikeu with a gift of a hand
some work basket was spoiled by the
early arrival of the package and its con
cealment, while the hosters enjoyed a
good laugh at the anxiety of the ladies
while they telephoned wildly for the
supposedly delayed package,
ladies present were Mesdames Harry
Allen, Bedford, Boyd, Booth, G. F.
Baker, W. H. Craven, C. M. Hill, W.
8. Hill, Larned, Lewie, McCollum, Nix
on, Plokett, Pike, Regan, M. J. Sweel
ey, E. M. Sweeley, Stalker, Tyler, 8. H.
Taylor, Wood*. Miaaes Officer and Mc
limited amount of
money for long
J. C, Stanford of Pocatello spent Sat
urday iu Twin Falls.
E. A. Milner, of Buh 1
ness visitor on Monday.
w as a busi
E. A. Kent, of Boise was a visitor
May Alvoid is very sick with bron
Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Martin moved in
to the Baiubridge residence yesterday.
Mrs. H. A. Pike returned last Satur
day from Boise where she has bceu vis
iting hcr son, O. F. Pike.
Mrs. W. F. Pike leaves today for Salt
Lake City where she will visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kuukely,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Sweeley returned
last Friday faons o trip to Sioux City,
State Bank Examiner W. S. Cheney
uf Pocatello was a business visitor in
Twin Falls last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E, Henley of Kimber
ly entertain a number of thoir friends
at a theatre party this eveniug.
State Superintendent S. Belle Cham
berlain spent Saturday in this city iu
conference with Miss DeBow about the
Miss Mahle Parsons who has been
spending t.lie winter with her sister,
Mrs. G. F. Baker, left the first of the
week for her home in California.
Murtaugh who has been
spending the past week in Twin Falls
looking after his interests left last night
for Balt Lake.
Harder Brothers are putting their
•'Shoshone Spray" upon the market and
the ice cream is a credit to the city.
People desiring ice cream for social
functions should give the home product
E.A. Moon and family returned Fri
day from California and will spend the
summer in Twin Falls. Mr. Moon af
ter a careful investigation of the build
ing trade in California has come to the
conclusion that Twin Falls is the be«t
town on earth.
W. S. Mallory of Wiuston, Mo., ar
rived in town tills week and will eutei
the real estate business. Mr. Mallory
has not yet secured his office quarters,
but, will in a short time be out after the
buyers with the rest of the army of real
Woods & Thomas have this week se
cured their automobile which they will
use iu connection with their real estate
business in taking the prospective buy
ers out ou the tract. The auto is a hand
some touring car manufactured by the
Reo Car company of Lansing Michigan.
Lester T. Wright of the Consolidated
>f the illness
Wagon and Machine company
tVed uesday received word
of his father in Idaho Falls, and left
immediately for that city, only to ar
rive there too late to see his father
alive. Mr. Wright has the sympathy
of the whole city in his sorrow.
The Democrats of this city and tract
met last Saturday evening in the of
flees of W. A. Babcock to perfect a
temporary orgunizatiou. Judge Da
vies was elected Chairman aDd Joe
Day, secretary. On April 11th the
permanent club will be perfected. The
democrats of the entire tract are urged
to be present at that time in order that
active work may becommnced.
In the death last Friday of Fred Arm
strong the community loses one of Its
unique characters. His werk for the
Y M. C. A. during the past years haa
made Fred the friend of nearly ever
business man and all will misa the
quaint good humor with with which he
wae wont to approech each man on
behalf of the aeeocietion'e exoheqeer.
Rev. Mr. Armstrong end family have
the eympatby of the oity la their be
The Invsstment company are making
oxcavation for a large addition to tbe
hotel Perrino in order to take care of
the increased business of that popular
The Syringa Club spent a most pleas
ant afternoon with the president, Mrs.
; Packard, Tuesday, a miscellaneous pro
j gram being carried out, the principal
j feature of which were reminisences by
j the members regarding "famous per
sonages I have known'' Assisted by her
I daughter, Mrs.
served a splendid lunch. During the
afternoon Mrs. Packard gave a most en
couraging report of her visit to the
school rooms with a view to interesting
the pupils in cleaning up about there
own premeses. By vote the club ex
pressed their desire to have their new
school building named "McKinley."
Johnson. Tbe hostess
Mrs. T. L. Corum and children had a
very narrow escape from serious injury
if not instant death a week ago Monday.
Mr. Corum was driving a team hitched
to a lumber wagon, while Mrs. Corum
with a babe in her arms, and two young
children were driving a spirited young
colt hitched in the buggy on their way
to Twin Falls. Mr. Corum discovered
something amiss with his harness and
had gotten out to make the repairs
when he heard his wife's rig approach
ing at a very rapid rate. Stepping out
to the side he was paralyzed for the
moment to see his wife still clasping the
baby iu hei arms, being dragged in the
wheels of the baggy, and the two child
ren screaming with terror in the rig.
By mighty eiïort Mr. Corum managed to
grab one of the trailing reius and turn
the colt into a fence. While Mrs. Ccr
uin and her husband were severely
bruised by being tangled in the wheels,
yet they are thankful to escape with so
Friday evening April 3rd. Professor
R. C. Thompson will deliver a lecture
at the auditorium for the benefit, of the
High School base ball boys. Mr. Thomp
son is president of the Southern Idaho
Schoolast.ic League, iu which the Twin
Fulls debating team holds the chumpion
ship, and principal of the State Norma.
at Albiou. The subject of his lecture
is ' 'George Rogers Clark and the Win
ning of the old Northwest" .The school
hoard has had the vacant lots cast of
the school cleared and plowed for ba'l
grounds, and the boys are entering into
practice work with enthusiasm,
object of tbe lecture is to buy suits for
the boys and they need the hearty co
operation of all our citizens. With
good backing our team should be the
best school team in this part of thu
An act that was not down cm the bills
was the marriage of Roy Webb and
Miss May Bell Brown, at Pocatello
Monday, Miss Brown played the part of
the Gypsy girl in the drama presented
by the Rockland Dramatic Company
bore Saturday night, and Mr. Webb ac
companied the party here. After their
arrival here they decided to get mar
ried and Sunday left for Pocatello for
that purpose. Monday a license was
obtained and the ceremony performed.
Mr. and Mrs. Webb returned here, pass
ing a day or two with Mr. Webb's sister,
Mrs. Barnard. Mr.iWebb is a well known
young man of Rockland, who has been
reared iu that locality. Miss Brown is
a teacher in the Rockland school, a most
estimable and intellegent young lady.
Her parents reside at Albion. Tho
family or frieudsof either of the part
ies were unaware of the intentions of thp
young people until after the ceremony
had been performed.—American Falls
Friday and Saturday,
April 3 arid 4.
BOOTH DRY GOODS GO.
Big sale of Horses and Hogs tt
Fanners' Corral, Marc)i 3Q&
Bur Muerai «nia st
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