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TWO STALLIONS
FOR sale: on
Saturday, April 4, 1908
We will be in your town on the above date and will
sell one black Percheon stallion, 6 years old, weighing
I 940 pounds and one sorrell Hackney stallion, 5 years
old, weighing 1300 pounds on good terms or will
trade for horses. ----------
KILLOUGH & KEITHLY
BRYAN-FTLER
Closing Out Sale
Friday Saturday, April 3 & 4
Beginning at 10 a. m. each day at the Bryan
Filer ranch I -2 mile N. W. of Twin Falls.
V/e will sell teams, well-bred fillies, milch cows, calves, our entire
herd of famous Poland China hogs, wagons, blacksmith outfit, mow
ers, rakes, binders, haying outfit and all kinds of tools needed on an
up-to-date farm. Also a lot of household goods. Our entire equip
ment is epual in every respect to our well known farm, being among
the very best in the state.
There will be plenty of horse feed and free lunch both days.
Terms of Sale. Sums of $10 and under cash,
months time will be given on bankable notes bearing 1 0 per cent
interest from date of sale if not paid when due.
Over $ 10, 6
H. B. LUE, Auctioneer
THE
Farmers Real Estate
AND
Live Stock Company
will in a few days have a fine pamphlet out with cuts of
new school building, Main street and map of entire irri
gated tract. Our friends are invited to call and get the
circulars for distribution among their friends. Y
WHITE & McMASTER
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whenbuying
clothing are fit,
style and work
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have them all.
Back as well as
front. Shoes, hats
and gent's fur
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P8L0CE CLOTHING S SHOE CO.
St. Refit Blk., Shoskoae Are., Twia Falls
PROMINENT RANCHER LEAVES
James Emmett of Murtaugh Sells His
Fiue Property.
Murtai'GH, Idaho, March 31, '08
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, who have
been living in the section house for
the past winter, have moved to their
ranch near Heyburu.
Misses Sylvia Hunt and Elvia Tol
man went to Milner last Monday on the
excursion.
Miss Cloota Jones finished teach
ing a term of school at Milner, last
Friday, and her friends are glad to
have her return to Murtaugh again.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Terrill were
visitors to Twin Falls last Friday look
ing after business interests.
Mrs. Harry Morrissey and little son,
j and Miss Frances Bacon came down
! from Pocatello last Tuesday to spend
! an indefinite t'me with their mother,
Mrs. Anna Bacon.
Edgar Steinour transacted business in
Twin Falls last Wednesday.
Chas. Workman, who severely cut
his foot with an ax about six weeks
ago, is slowiy improving.
M. F.. Eden made a business trip to
Twin Falls on Monday.
Mrs. Wm. Emanuel and daughter
Miss Bernice were shopping in Twin
Falls Saturday.
The following delegates were elected
to attend the Sunday School Conven
tion which will convene at Buhl April
3rd, 4th. and 5th: Misses Elsie Jacks
and Lila Emanuel, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Steinour.
A meeting will be held next Saturday
for the purpose of electing new mem
bers to the school board.
James Emmett, the past week, sold
his ranch of HiO acres, to Andy Hansen
of Kendrick, Idaho, for 810,500, and
left on Thursday for his former home
at Kendricks. Mr. Emmett has many
friends here who regret his departure.
Mr Hansen's family will arrive this
week, and he will at once erect a sub
stantial residence.
Miss Frances Bacon was the guest of
Mins Willa Eden at Twin Falls last
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Steinour were
in Twin Falls Friday and Saturday of
last week.
Mrs. John Silvers went, to Twin Falls
Saturday to visit Mr. Silvers who is 111
at the hospital.
Messrs, Beers and Toiman transacted
business at the county seat Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Drury are down from
Marion and will spend some time with
Mrs. Drury's sister, Mrs. Beers.
Miss Gertrude Johnson continues ill
with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Bacon was the guest of Mrs.
! Eden Monday and Tuesday, of last
week.
Mr. Silvers of Kansai is here visiting
his brother and lookin ; ov;r the laud
on the tract.
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An interesting temperance meeting
j was held at the school house, on last
! Sunday evening, with Mrs. Elmer Hunt
( I in charge. Those taking part in the
I i program were: Miss Eleie Jacks, Mrs.
f * Edgar Steinour, Mrs. Frank Weinheim
1 ! er, M. E. Eden, Misses Virginia Reed,
Mr.
Sylvia Hunt aud Lila Emanuel
and Mrs. Toiman, Mrs. Pickett, Mr.
Drury, Mrs. Alex Toiman and Edgar
Steinour.
SCH001 NOTES.
Last week, Miss DeSow gave the
eighth grade pupils of the Twin Falls
school and the pupils of the surround
ing schoo's their final examinations iD
Mrs. Borden's room at the Bickel
school.
! The total enrollment of the school is
i now seyen hundred and seventy five,
I and many new.pupils are enrollingevery
I week, there being about ten that have
I entered already this week. We are
sorry to say that there are a number of
pupils dropping out, but it is estimated
that there will be an enrollment of
j äight hundred or more before the close
of the school year
On Friday of this week, the High
School pupils will give the following
program In the school auditorium: —
. School
Irma Swan
Mildred Ball
Harry Eaton
.. Frederick Jayne
... Blanche Parker
. Ruth Hansen
. Allie Turner
Clifford McMaster
. Frank Wade
. Muriel Shields
. Glee Club
. Faith Gamble
.. Norma Musgraye
Dell Fuller
8. D. Parke
. School
Chorous
Newspaper
Reading ...
Recitation
Inst. Solo
Reading ...
Vocal 8olo
Reading ...
Recitation
Chorus .
Reading ....
Vocal Solo
Original Composition
Critic's Report.
Chorus .
Attention.
Why not patronize home talent
awhile? S. W. Motley, architect, will
draw your plans and superintend your
work and bave it done right. Practice
what you preach and get your plans at
home and save the expense of going
away from home. Office In Dr. Boyd's
Apr 2-28
building.
ACCOMMODATIONS STRAINED.
Many Emigrants Arriving Each Day
Cansing Lack of Supplies.
Thomas Gilmore, of Pocatello spent a
few days in Filer.
Filer Idaho, April 1st, '08
Mrs. Karl Murphy spent last week in
Twin Falls with her mother, Mrs, H. B.
Lorain.
H. Carnahan was in Buhl this week
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schildmnn went
to Buhl Sunday to witness the ball game
between Buhl and Filer.
Charles Volt of Salt Lake was In
Filer this week on business.
The Smith brothers of Sugar City
Idaho, have arrived here and will help
to swell the population as they are
three great hustlers.
E. H. Brennan made a business trip
to Twin Falls this week.
T. B. Thornton has been on the sick
list for the past woek.
J. Buhller of Salt Like was in Filer
Monday.
Mr. Texas and son have moved In the
building adjoining the poatoffice.
Four carloads o lumber looked pret
ty good coming into Filer this woek.
Chas. Kasparek did not let any grass
grow under his feet when he arrived in
Filer last week but proceeded at once
to erect a temporary abode for his wife
and daughter, until he could find a
desirable location.
Mrs. Stupler of Pullman, Washington
is visiting her daughter, Mrs, Mather
son.
Mrs. Tice was In Twin Falls this
week.
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and daughter of
Dewey Okla., arrived here this week
and will await the coming of her son,
who will arrive in a few days with an
emigrant car.
Mrs.M. Lockland was in Filer for
the first time this winter, as she has
just recovered from a tedious illness.
Thomas Corp has removed his barber
shop to the building adjoining the post
office.
Mrs. Thomas Smith and children re
turned from an extended visit to her
old home in Missouri.
R. Morgenson and Mr. McKinster of
McPherson, Kansas, came to Filer this
ween aad will locate near.
Sherman Ludlow and eon returned
from Twin Falls, and Master Ludlow is
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Under the Twin Falls canal system on the
south side of the Snake river will be sold at
PUBLIC AUCTION in-Twin Falls, Idaho.
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These lands are surrounded by cultivated farms and none
of the sections are more than five miles from the railway. Some
are within a mile.
The company's contract with the state provides that water
shall be furnished for this land for $15.50 per acre if bought
within one year, payable in six annual installments of $3.10 and
$2.48 each with 6 per cent, interest upon deferred payments. If
the purchaser signs a water contract with the Twin Falls Land
& Water company within 30 days from date of purchase the first
payment will not become due until one year from date of contract.
The Terms on all land selling for $25 per acre or less will
be one-tenth of the purchase price and first years interest on
deferments, cash on day of sale, balance in 18 annual install
ments at 6 per cent, interest.
The Terms on all land selling for more than $25 per acre
will be two-tenths of purchase price and first year's interest on
deferred payments, cash on day of sale, balance in 16 annual
installments with interest at 6 per cent.
See description and appraisement of land in state land
board notices.
For further information address:
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very grateful for the excellent care lie
received in the hospital as he is im
proving rapidly.
J. F. Richardson and wife left Filer
this week for California where thoy
will remain for the next year.
Dr. A. Newberry left last week for
Couer d' Alene to take the medical ex
amination for the state of Idaho.
C. C. Stevens has completed a fine
new residence on his ranch also a new
barn.
The Filer Jr., ball team played
Peavey lust Sunday {with a score of
eleven to two in favor of Filer.
G. Erdman was hustling a subscrip
tion list for a bridge for the highland
canal.
Gus stated that he was well
satisfied.
J. E.Knapp left for Spokane after
recently selling his ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barnum. of Mich,
arrived here this week to reside on Mr.
Allens ranch for the coming year. •
O. Dale purchased a three acre tract
north of town and this week moved his
building this week on same.
Mr. Lammers is building a two story
house 24x32 for Mr. Gulick three miles
north of town
O F. Packwood's family arrived in
Washington this week.
The Commercial Club will hold a
business meeting on next Monday.
It is a very easy matter to pick
up a
Filer sheet and read what Filer needs.
Let some of our merchants get out and
hustle some of the wants and uecessiteis
Filer is a good town and has some fine
people as well as tine opportunities but
it looks very bad to the vast crowds
that, come in here, not, to be able to
get a loaf of bread, and find this place
without a meat market, t wo of the
most essential requirementes. Let our
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Friday and Saturday, April 3 Be 4
New Spring Modes.
grocery keepers wake up, carry a good
supply of bread and get some good up
to-date groceries. Each and every day
one or more emigrant cars arrive here,
families with from one to twelve chil
dren, and they all eat. They don't
want to spend their money any place
but Flier but will if necessary. So wake
up, get a meat market, get some
bread, get a hustle. This is not a
"knock" but a boost.
Geo. L. Hyde arrived In Filer this
week from Utah and will go at once to
his ranch north of town now In posession
Mr. Kelsey.
F. L. Murray of Kankakee 111., has
opened up a fine new tonsorial parlor in
the Triplet building.
Chas. Kaspareck made a flying trip to
Twin Falls Tuesday. Wc hope he found
something to eat.
The Commercial Club will serre
sandwiches and coffee on trade ap, • jiy
in the club rooms. All are wtp o
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The Blackfoot nursery has 1000, 5 to
0 foot pear trees which they will sell on
1 years time interest 10 per cent.
They consist of Clap's Favorite, Flemish
Beauty and KosBiiey and some Bartlett,
also several thousand 1 and 2 year old
whips in apples 3 to 5 foot in Johnathan
and Homan Beauty, Wealthy Johnathan,
Dutches OlderJicrge, Yellow transpar
ent and N. W. Gecening. We also have
a surplus of elm and ash trees 8 to 10
foot and Carolina Poplar 10 to 12 foot
and some poplar 12 to 14 foot 1 1-2 in
diameter. We will make the prices right
Send list of your wants and for price,
list on other stock. O, F. Smith, Black
foot, Idaho.
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All Interested in Christian Science
are invited to meet in room 14, Idaho
Department Store Bldg., S.-.nday after
noon, April, 12th. at 3 p. in.
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