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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
S.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
H. SCHMALHAUSEN M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Oculist and Aurist
Office in Jones building
Twin Falls, Idaho
DR. H. W. CLOUCHEK
Physician and Surgeon
C"wo Years Resident Physician at University
or Michigan, Ann Arbor. Michigan.
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO.
TRUMAN Ü. BOYD, M. D
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone No. 'JO
Office and Residence, Boyd Bldg.,
TWIN FALLS,
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IDAHO
DR. J. R. MORGAN
Physician and Surgeon
Graduate of the Northwestern Mcilieat School,
Chicago. Office in the Brtidlcy-Snn.li bnlldtnr
Telephone No. 2(>
Idaho
Twin Falls
OSTEOPATHS.
DR. JANE SHANK
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office in Perrine Hotel, Room 23,
Twin Falls, Idaho.
Phouo
DR. J. D. HUME
OSTEOPATH
Office at Pacific Hotel. Hours: 9:00 to 4:00
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
DENTISTS.
DR J. M. ROGERS
Dentist
Office in Tull Building
BUHL, IDAHO.
DR. L. H. GIFFEN
DENTIST
Inlay and bridge work a specialty.
Office in Boyd Block.
Idaho
Twin Falls
DR. D. BROWN LEWERS
DENTIST
Telephone 109
Specialist in crown and bridge work
Opposite Hotel Perrine
IDAHO
TWIN FALLS,
DR. F. F. Me A TEE
DENTIST
Office with I)r. Boyd
in Boyd block.
Idaho
Twin Falls
ATTORNEYS.
J. BEN.J. HALL
Attorney at Law
Practices before all c<
OFFICE—Times Bldg., 1st, Boor,
Twin Falls, Idaho.
rts.
G. P .'.McKinley.
E. V. Larson
McKinley & larson.
Lawyers.
Practice in all state and federal courts
lorcial a: d
Rooms l <n-it 2 Co
Savings Hank building.
SWEELEY & SWEELEY
ATTORNEYS-AÏ LA W.
Will Practice iu all Courts.
Twin Falls,
Idaho
W. P. GUTHRIE
Lawyer
Rooms 3 and 4 Fox BuildiDg
TWIN PALLS, IDAHO
tfaln Street
JOHN E. DAVIES
A ttorney-at-Law.
Office over Postoffice.
Twin Falls, Ida.
J. H. WISE
LAWYER.
12 years experience. Practice in all courts
and before Land Department, Washing
ton D. C. - : - - :
Office room s 4 and 5 over Com
mercial and Savings Hank
J- Twin Falls, Idaho
SURVEYORS
CHAS. H. MULL
CIVIL ENGINEER
County Surveyor and City Engineer.
Office in First National Bank Building.
P. O. Box 230. Telephone 113.
TWIN FALLS.
IDAHO
EDWIN V. BERG
GENERAL ENGINEERING
BLUE PRINTING
Manufacturer's agent for standard
makes of power, drilling and pump
ing machinery.
First National Bank Building.
Twin Falls, Idaho
DRAUGHTING
Box 634
CONTRACTORS .AND BUILDERS
S. W. MOTLEY
ARCHITECT, BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT
Calculating 1 Quantities. Blueprinting and Bills
of material accurately made out for all kinds
of buildings.
P. O, Box 1-24
Office in Boyd Building
TWIN FALLS IDAHO
COMPTON et DAVIS
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
"Will Furnisn Plans.
Twin Fails, Idaho.
P. O. Box 781.
C. E. CADY
Contractor and Builder
Twin Falls, Idaho
Box 881
ATWOOD -PELT COMPANY
Building Contractors.
Office and Shop, corner ot Shoshone
and 14th Avenue.
TWIN FALLS - - -
Phone 178.
IDAHO
BALL BROTHERS,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Office on Ninth Avenue,
near 10th Street.
Twin Falls, Idaho
Phone Id.
L. H. BABCOCK
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Office on Tenth Ave.
Idaho
Twin Falls
BABCOCK, WINN & PENNOCK
CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
Estimates furnished.
4:00
Twin Falls, Idaho
P. O. box 231
UNDERTAKERS
H. E. HUNT,
Undertaker and
Embalmed
Open day aud night—All calls respond
ed to promptly
Harder Bid**., 10th Ave.
TWIN FALLS, IDA
PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS
HARDY BROTHERS,
J. M. Rogers,
Correspondent.
House painting and finishing
a specialty.
Office on Ninth and Shoshone.
IDAHO
TWIN FALLS
LICENSED AUCTIONEERS
F. A. FRENCH
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER
Farm sales a specialty. Bills, cards
and clerk's materials furnished free.
reasonable. Secure dates at
Terms
Famous Shoe Store.
Falls,
Idaho
Twin
D. W. BRUNK
Auctioneer
Licensed
for State and County
Fifteen years experience
Satisfaction guaranteed
Office with Bruuk Brokerage & Realty Co.
Twin Falls. Idaho
ABSTRACTS
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
We are furnishing at rea
sonable rates, abstracts of
titles, to all lands and lots
in Twin Falls county. : : :
IDAHO TRUST & TITLE COMPANY
IDAHO.
TWIN FALLS
FRATERNAL SOCIETT ES.
Twin Fà-lly Lod§;e
No. 23 1.0.0.F.
Meets every Thursday evening at 7:3(
In Odd Fellows' hall.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
C. B. Cartwright, Noble Grand.
H. A, CRYDER, Secretary.
TWIN FALLS LODGE
NC. 45 A. P. AND A. M.
Meets first Monday night each
month. Sojourning brethern cordially
invited to attend.
Ida.
B. A. Baker. W. M.
Chas. H. Mull. Secy.
M. W. A. CAMP
No. 10890
Idaho
Meets 2nd and 4th.Wednes
days of each month,
D. W. Brunk, Consul
G. W. Reels, Clerk
Idaho Dep't Store Building
PHONE 123
PRIMROSE REBEKAH LODGE
No. 76
Meets in Odd Fellows Hall, the
First and Third Tuesday of
each month. Visiting Rebekahs
cordially welcome.
Emma Stevens,
Noble Grand
Bertha Bentley,
Rec. Sec.
TWIN FALLS HOMESTEAD
NO. 1114, B. of Am. Yeoman
Meets the second and fourth Friday of
each month in Odd Fellows Hall. Visting
members always welcome.!
C. C. Wilson.
Foreman.
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COMMISSIONERS' PROCtEBINGS
(Continued from page 2)
Bills
fully e msiuering the matter fixed such
salaries as follows:
Slier ff, sixteen
daliai's per annum.
Treasurer, eicht hundred and fifty
doi ars per annum.
Probate Judge, one thousand d dlars
pi t- aun it in.
Su pei intendant Schools, eight hund
red p r annum.
A sessor ami Tax Collector, two thou
sand five huudred dollars per annum.
County Surveyors, two hundred fifty
dollars per annum.
Coroner, one hundred dollars per an
ourn.
Whereupon the Board considered the
resignation of John I) Rogers as coro
ner af Twin Falls county and accepted
such resignation amt cteclsred the ollice
ol enrouer of Twin Falls county v
and thereupon
Haskell E. Hunt to the ollice of coroner
of Twin Faim county, and requested the
clerk to notify said appointee to quali
hundred and Hfty
1-24
Idaho
■ant.
the Board appo nted
fy
Whereupon the Board instructed the
recorder to procure a road book, ami
compile the name as soon a« possible in
compliance with the statute
thereto, and also to procure a register
of stallions recordes as required by
statute.
Wt.ereupon the Board instructed the
clerk to procure additional clerical a.
sistanoe to tliu extent of the earnings
his office without further authorization
from this board.
Whereupon the Board ordered that
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Idaho
:
this Board do now adjourn until tomor
row u o 'ni ; g at 9 o'clock
Attest: Geo. L. Crocker, chairman; II
T. West, clerk.
Idaho
Regular April Session.
Twin Fails, Idaho, April L7, I9u8.
Tne Board nut this day per.-uaut I
adjourumi-nt of vesterdav.
Geo. L. Cr ickcr
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•hairman; Jolt
Sm l.ulay,
Bauson, L E
the Board; 11. T West, Clerk
Wiiercupon the following proceedings
were had:
The Board took up the matter of peti
tions for ne
sid.-red the same and ordered that tue
petition of G. K. Craig ot. al. for new
school district lie granted, to lie known
as Sonner school district No, 18; bound
ed and described as follows:
Ci-mmencing at the quarter section
corner common to sections five and
eight of tuwu.sb p 11-outn, range 10
ea-t; thence north oue half section line
to the northeast corner of tne southeast
quarter of the s, u hwesr, quarter of sec
township 10 south, range 10
ea-t; thence west oue-fourth tube,
thence north oue-fourth mile; thence
west, throe fourths mile to the c nter of
jI
mem urs
Idaho
I districts, and con
IDA
l ion 20.
section 19, township 10 south, range 16
east; thence north one-fourth mile,
thence west one half; ther.ee north oue
fourth m le to tlie northeast corner of
section 24, township 10 south, range 15
east; theuce .west three miles to toe
northwest, corner of section 22, town
ship 10 south range 15 east; thence south
Imites to the South west, corner of Sec
tion three, Township 11, South, Range
15 East: theuce East four undone hall
miles lo place of beginning.
Whereupon the Board ordered that a
new school district be created out of
a pi rtion of school distric , No. 9 to
lie known as Thometz school district
No. 10, the : ame being the d.strict
operated during the past year as
a temporary school district, aud now
regu ai'ly rngauiz d will descriptions
and boundaries as f..1 low.-:
Commencing at the quarter section
eon er common t,o Sections five and
eight of township 11 south, range 1(1
east, and running thence north ou half
section line t hree miles; theuce east one
half mih ; t heuce north one-fourth mile;
thence cast one mile; thence south one
fourth mile to the north east corner of
section 2k, township 10 south, range 111
east; theuce east, one and one-h i f mil ■»;
thence south one-half in 1 ; thence east
one half mile: thence south one-half
mile to the northeast corner of section
35, township 10 south, range lti east;
thence east one-fourth mile; theuce
south one-fourth mile; thence east
three-fourths mile; theuce south one and
three four hs miles to the southeast cor
ner of section one, township 11 south,
range l(i east; thence west four and one
half miles to the placeof beginning.
Whereupon the B tard considered the
petition of Edgar A. Liftier and others
for u new school district, and granted
the same, and ordered that a new
school district be fui-pied to lie known
as Harlan school district No. 19 and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of section 24. township 10 south, range
14 east, and running thence east three
miles to the northwest, corner of section
22, township 10 south, range 15 east;
thence-south four miles; tlienoe west
three miles to the southwest corner of
section 6, township 11 south, range 15
east; thence north four miles to placeof
beginning.
Whereupon t.he Board considered the
petition of O. G. Chamberlain and
others for a new school district and
granted such petition, and ordered a
new school district created to be known
as Chamberlain district No. 20, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of section 24, township 10 south, range
14 east and running thence west three
mile : thence south five miles: thence
east truce miles: thence uorth live miles
to the placent beginning.
When-upia the Board considered the
petition of C. Lilly and others for the
formation of a new school district, and
granted such petition, and ordered that
a new school district be created to be
known as Lilly district No. 21, and
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner
of section 33, towsnhip 10 south, range
14 east, and running theuce south five
miles; thence west upon section line to
the intersection of the same with Sal
mon river; thence following down the
Salmon river to a point where the same
intersects section line between sections
28 and 33, township 10 south, range 13
east; theuce east a distance of "about
six and one-half miles to the place of
beginning.
Whereupon the Board considered the
petition of.J. F. Denny et. at. for the
creation of a new school district and
granted such petition, and ordered that
a new school district be created to be
known aa Denny District No. 17,
bounded and described as follows:
Commencing at t,he north west cor
Rogers, ner of section No. 6 township 11 south,
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Grand.
each
Building
Bentley,
and
of
west »ta m ies, tliimce uuilh four mile»
to plutfc of beguiuuig, the same being
poivioilof wimt was formerly Stricket'
diatrii I No. 4.
,\jys
petition of Mrs, B,
others for the creation of a iiuiv school
d.s.nct from unorganized territory, and
a portion of Buhl district No. 12^ and
upon consultation with the Couuty
School Sup rmtendent, and upon
recommendation by hor that such peti
tion he granted, the Board .granted the
petition and ordered that a new school
district bo created to he known as Cé
dai' D.tu net No. 22, and bounded and
described as folio,vs: Commune.ng at
the Soutu easi corucr of Township
south, range 15 east, running thence
west th ee in les, thence uortli to Snake
river ti e "e up Sua -.e river to its inter
section wi h ,'i.rgc iuebetween ranges
an Kith u.oSuuui to place of'begiuning
Whereupon the Board considered the
petition of F. A. French and olhers for
he formation of a new school district
o it of a portion of Hansen school dis
trict and u lorganize I territory, and up
on the recommendation of the County
S'heol Superiu.i_ndo.it rejected such
petition.
Whereupon the Board considered the
pétition o! J. M. Bower and others for
tue segrogsi on of a poriioti of Mur
eangh School District No. 2 to be
f rined into a joint district
T.viu Falls
vupon tne Board considered the
McPherson
and
the
in
by
the
between
and Cassia county. And
upon consulta.lon with, and recom
m ndatiou o' the C nutty echo A Sup jr
imendeut, rejected the same.
Wltereupou the Board adj mrned for
the session.
CEO, L. CHOCKt.R, Chairman
:
Attest.
II T. West, Cluik.
II
Notice of Meeting of Republican State
Conventions.
I
Pursuant to the authority of the Re
publican State Central Committe, amt
in accord au uc wi h their action, notice
is hereby given that a Republican State
Convention will convene iu the City
Wallace. State of Idaho, ou Tuesday,
the 12th day of May, 1908, at 11 o'clock
n. m. of said day for the purpose of elcc
ing delegates to the Republican Nation
al Convention to be held in the City
Chicago, State of Illinois, outlie Kith
day of June, 1908.
And, pursuant to the authority and
the direction of tlie Republican State
Central Committee, a Republican State
Nominating Convention will convene
the City ot Boise, State of Idaho,
Tuesday, tlie first dav of
1908, at II
Convention a Republican platform
principals will lie tnuotiuced,
State Central Committee will be elected
candidates
nominated for Justice of (lie Supreme
Court, one member of Congers», rffcd
State officers to be voted for at t lie gen
eral election to bejheld on Tuesday, Nov
ember 8, A. I). 1908.
The various counties of the state
entitled to delegate representation
each state convention as follows:
Ada.
Bun nock....
Bear Lake..
Bingham....
Boise.
Bonner.
Blaine.
Canyon.
Cassia.
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Se tember,
'clock a, na. at which State
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El mere
Fremont
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Kootenai
Latah ....
Lemhi...
Lincoln .
Nez Perce
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Oneida.
Stiosl
('win Falls.
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Toal.
A resolution was pass- d by the State
Central Oommitl.ee properly assembled,
to the effect that the County Centra!
Committees lie recognized as having
right to hold their county conventions
toga)her if they so desire and saw
and authority is hereby given to
Countv Central Committee to take such
.
actio.) in the premises as they see
er, and they are hereby requested to per
fect all arrangnients for primaries and
county eonv -iv io s for t he selection
delegates to s -.id Stale Conventions.
Tlie State Central Committee is here
by called to meet at Wallace, Idaho,
Tuesday, the 12 h day of May, 1908,
10 o'clock a m. for the purpose of frans
acting such business as may properly
be brought before if.
prop—
JAMES H. BRADY.
Chairman.
Addison T. Smith, Secretary, 4-9
Attention.
Why not patronize home talent
awhile? S. W. Motley, architect,
draw your plans and superintend your
work and have it done right. Practice
what you preach and get your plans
home aud save the expense of going
away from home. Office iu Dr. Boyd's
building.
TheBlackfoot nursery has 1000,
6 foot pear trees which they will sell
1 years time Interest 10 per cent.
They consist of Clap's Favorite, Flemish
Beauty and Rossney and some Bartlett,
also several thousand 1 and 2 year
whips iu apples 3 to 5 foot iu Johnathan
and Roman Beauty, Wealthy Johnathan,
Dutches OidcLberge, Yellow transpar
ent and N. IV. Geeeuiug. We also
a surplus of elm and asli trees 8 to
foot and Carolina Poplar 10 to 12
and some poplar 12 to 14 foot 1 12
diameter. We will make the prices
Send list of your wants and for
list on other stock. O. F. Smith, Black
foot, Idaho.
Apr 2
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THE t PUREST AND BEST
FRESH CANDIES
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is none too good.
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The best
We guarantee to send
you nothing but what is good, fresh and clear*
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GALL1KER & SONS, Proprietors
Horses bought, sold and exchanged.
First Class rigs at Reasonable prices.
Sunday Excursions to Falls and Lakes.
TELEPHONE 18
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Including
Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Spindles,
Balusters, Corner Blocks, Base Blocks, Col
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Money to loan on improved farms.
Investments made for non-residents.
Real Estate.
Insurance.
The benefits of twenty years'
experience in farming by irrigation at the service of our customers.
We have carefully cruised the whole Salmon Segration, which
will be opened under the Carey Act J
locate parties either under power of attorney or personally for
able fee.
1 st and will be prepared to
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Geo. F. Sprague
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Office, north wing of Hotel Perrine, Twin Falls, Idaho
will
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10
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righl
price
THE
Capital $40,000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Surplus and Undivided
Profits, $6,000
OF TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
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OFFICERS:
F. F Johnson, President.
S. H. Hays, Vice-President
J. M. Maxwell. Cashier.
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A General Banking Business Transacted.
Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent
We Have a Fine List
of farm property at prices ranging from $40 to
$ 100 per acre. Good city property at prices to
suit. Lots in New School addition, Suburban
tracts in Orchalara. Soutbside subdivision, J
addition and Boulevard property. Come and
see our list.
ones
DAY & CR1SMOR

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