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BIG JUNE SALE
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We have decided, with the success of the past week's sale, to continue the sale until Saturday, the 4th, ADDING
MORE BARGAINS. Look at this week's offerings.
Millinery at Cost- -Entire Line of Trimmed Hats to be Closed Out
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4.00 waists now
5.00 waists
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Belts
A few left of those 75c. to $1.50
Fancy Ribbons
Shoe Sale Continues —Ladies and Children s Oxfords—200 pair —Big Discount
We sold more shoes the past week than ever before.
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12 bolts 4 to 5 inches wide fancy
flowered and striped
sample, all this year's style belts, choice
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Children's Hose
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Ladies' Skirts
Linen and Lawn Dresses—Beautifully
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More reductions. Last week 1 2\c. now
I 2 I -2c Hose, all sizes
25c Fancy Ribbed Hose
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More and better values than we can
quote. Come in and let us show you.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gross went to Buhl
Friday on a short business trip.
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Ross Elison of Buhl spent Sunday
in Twin Falls visiting with friends.
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Phil Gregory of the Times force
spent Sunday on his ranch near Ru
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A. Lunday a prominent Rock Creek
rancher was a business visitor in town
Monday.
J. M. King a civil engineer of Boise
was in the city the first of the week
on business.
C. B. Moore a prominent rancher of
Kimberly was a business visitor 1«
town Saturday.
Sidney Turnlpseed made a flying
trip to Pocatello Saturday evening,
returning Monday.'
Misses Eve Smith. Josephine Fink
and B. T. Crassley of Albion were
in the city Saturday.
C. D. Taylor returned from Salt
Lake Saturday where he had been for
treatment of his eyes.
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Edward Tucker a traveling sales
man from Sait Lake was calling on
his customers Saturday.
John F. Hansen of Rock Creek was
in tlie cRv Friday and Saturday of
last week transacting business.
The town of Burley is to have a new
modern hotel building that is to cost
in the neighborhood of $35,000.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Peterson re
turned from Salt Lake City Sunday,
where they have been visiting for sev
eral days.
Ralph Dinwoody representing the
Dinwoody Furniture company of Salt
Lake was in the 'city the first of
the week.
Mrs. George Dow of Los Angeles,
California, arrived in Twin Falls Sat
urday of last week for a short visit
with her sister, Mrs. H. W. Parker.
J. -C. Owens went to Buhl Monday
where he will turn rancher for a
while, as he is going to prove up on
his ranch near the city.
linotype operator on
Rex Flenner
the News, departed Saturday evening
for a two weeks visit with his father
and mother in Boise,
will take his place while he is absent.
Colin McRae
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Holohan & Gaut are building an ad
dition to their place of business,
which will be used by James Cameron
as a kitchen in connection with his
jpiqrt order restaurant.
Volume, i No. 1 of the Power City
Times, published at American Falls
with Truxton Talbot at the helm is at
J*bd. Here is success to you
-■Brother Talbot in your new venture.
Dr. L. B. Stockslager of Halley
was in the city over Sunday,
doctor was' looking for a location to
practice his profession and may de
cide to locate in Twin Falls.
F. E. Marier departed SaLard.-iy
evening for a protracted visit with
relatives and friends In Germany.
Mr. Marler will endeavor to bring
of his friends hack with him U>
the land of the U. S. A.
Thomas Berry of San Francisco,
California, a brother of Martin Berry
Is visiting in Twin Falls. ThiB is
Mr. Berry's first visit to this part of
Idaho find he Is highly pleased with
the country.
President G. A. Axline of the AJ
bion State Normal was in the city
Monday on business. Mr. Axline re
port* that the Normal had one of the
most successful years in the history
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Perriue returned Tuesday
from a business trip to Boise.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Meigs returned
Monday from a trip to Hailey.
Rev. J. IT. Barton of Boise is visit
ing friends in this city this week. .
J. F. Courtney and wife of Ameri
can Falls were visitors in the city
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Grainger depart
ed last Friday evening for North Yaki
ma, Washington.
Judge E. A. Walters visited his
home in Shoshone Saturday return
ing to Twin Falls Sunday.
E. L. Merritt is in the city making
arrangements for getting out a neat
Fourth of July program.
Prof. Oscar Harrison went to Buhl
Monday where he will organize a
class in stringed instruments.
Less Morse and wife of Longmont,
Colo., arrived in Twin Falls Monday
and will make their home here.
Miller Evans who has been in Spo
kane, Washington, for the last three
months returned home Tuesday.
H. M. Martin of St. Louis, Mo., came
in on Monday's train to look over tue
country and may decide to locate
here.
Walter Boyd returned home Sat
urday from Los Angeles where he
has been attending school the past
year.
W. D. Southworth, Mrs. F. 3. South
worth, and Mrs. Jt. Roth of Tonkasou
ranch were in Twin fails Tuesday on
business.
John McRae a prominent sheep
man and rancher of the Three Creek
country was in the city tue first of
the week.
There will be services in the Epis
copal church next Sunday morning
and evening conducted by the Rev.
Mr. Chamberlain.
On Wednesday Sam Bowers was
brought into the poice court on the
charge of being drunk and disorderly.
He plead guilty and was fined $10
which he paid.
The socialists of this city held their
primaries last Saturday evening and
elected A. L. Hilburn as a delegate
to the state convention, which will be
held in Lewiston on July 4. \
- Miss Agnes Berry arrived from Salt
Lake City Sunday and will visit for
a short time with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs Martin Berry,
has just graduated from St. Mary's
college of that city.
Miss Berry
The Twin Falls kid base hall nine
crossed bats with the Kimberly first
nine on the Twin Falffi diamond last
Sunday with the result that the kids
put it all over the Kimberly hunch
to the tune of 16 to 0 .
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C. D. Thomas returned from Boise
Saturday where he had been attend
ing the graduating exercises of St.
Theresa academy,
panied home by his daughter, Miss
Vesta, who has been attending school
there.
He was accoiu
The ladies of the Baptist church
will meet with Mrs. H. H. Seebeck
Saturday, June 27, at 2 p. m. for
special business. This being the reg
ular time for church business and co
venant meeting, all the members of
the church are urged to be present.
Dr. Elmer D. Shadday who has
lately arrived here from Indiania,
has concluded to remain in this city
and take up the practice of hjs pro
fession. He has secured rooms in
the Boyd block and will use the office
and reception rooms of Dr. Truman
O. Boyd lor the orssent. v-+
day
Mrs. R. W. Jones and daughter May
returned from a visit to Salt Lake
City Wednesday.
Jesse R. French of Kirkwood, Mo.,
arrived in the city today and will look
over the tract with a view of locating.
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Frank A. Raymond, representing the
Eilers piano house of Boise, was in
the city the first of the week on
business.
P.
D. R. Carter and George Morse have
accepted positions with
pharmacy. Mr. Carter is a graduate
pharmacist and Mr. Morse is an expert
soda mixer.
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The president has removed United
States District Attorney N. M. Ruick
from office and appointed in his place
C. H. Lingenfelter of Lewiston, Idaho.
He has also removed United States
Marshal Reul Rounds and appointed
S. L. Hogin of Boise to fill the un
.expired term.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hill returned
Tuesday from attending the meeting
of the Southern Idaho Press ciub at
Rexburg.
short trip Into the Yellowstone Na
tional Park.
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While away thev took a
J. N. Haddock and wife of Green
field, Iowa, G. B. Haddock and wife of
Bedford, Iowa, Paul S. Haddock and
wife aqd W. R. Haddock and wife of
Shoshone made up a party who were
looking over the tract Friday with
a view of investing.
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Mr.
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Wayne Savage was brought into the
justice court Monday charged with
vagrancy and was given 30 days in
the county iail to meditate,
was the third time in so many weeks
that has been before the justice
and each time before he has promised
to leave town and failed to do so.
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Tt. Is not generally known that Twin
^alls has the distinction of being the
home of a near relative of Ja
Sherman, vice presidential nominee of
New York, in Richard Cooklnham,
who is a nephew of the distinguished
statesman who will act as running
mate of Secretary Taft,
nress dispatches announced that Mr.
Sherman had been made the republi
can nominee for vice president, Dick
was about the happiest man in the
state of Idaho.
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When the
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Mrs. E. O. Jetty representing the
Pacific Monthly was In this city_ Mon
day and made arrangements wh'ereby
the Misses Alma and Nettie Sheffol
are to take the agency for that popu
lar magazine In this city. By getting
two hundred subscribers each, at one
dollar per year, the young ladles will
be entitled to a free trip to the Pacific
coast which will Include all points of
Interest in Oregon and Washington.
It is to be hoped that the Twin Falls
people will do all they can to assist
these popular young ladies.
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Mr.
Sheriff L. G. Clark of Elko, Nevada,
arrived in this city Friday afternoon
In quest of James Britt who was
wanted in that county for attempt
murder.
of Deputy Sheriff Dyer and they set
out on a still hunt for their man, their
hunt was unsuccssful until Saturday
morning when they found their man
In hiding in one of the lodging
houses of this city and he acknowledg
ed that he was the man that was
wanted.
prisoner for the Nevada, town Satur
day evening.
last
He secured the assistance
St.
Sheriff Clark left with his
Joe H. Day and William Heiney have
organized the South Idaho Orchard Co,,
with Mr. Day as president and Mr.
Heiney as secretary. The land that they
own will be put into cultivation and set
out in trees which the company will
sell in small tractB on the five years
payment plan. Mr. Heiney is now in
the east disposing of some of the prop
erty. Mr. Day, the president of the
company, is 6ne of the pioneer real
estate dealers of this city who by
square dealing with the puhlic has
made a success of the business. The
Times wishes the company success in
their new venture.
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If you are needing wall paper see the
Idaho Department Store. Fifty new and
up to date patterns just in.
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F. H. Buhl arrived in Twin Falls yes
terday
ness associates.
Mayor Voight, went down to Buhl to
day on a tour of inspection.
accompanied by several busi
The gentlemen, with
The big traction engine which is to
to the Salmon river
unloaded last week. With
was four freight wagons
'apacity of 16 tons each and
haul material
dam was
the engine
with a
four water tanks.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed by the Deep Creek Laud and
Water company, of which R. C. Beech,
P. H. Smith, C. H. Hahn, Frank Reeder
and J. W. Craven are directors. The
capital stock is $30,000, divided into
3,000 shares.
Dr. L. B. Stockslager, son of Judge
C. O. Stockslager, of Hailey has been
in the city for the last few weeks and
concluded to locate here and practice
his profession, having formed a part
nership with Dr. C. L. Schmitz. Dr.
Stockslager has just lately graduated
from Barnes Medical College of St.
Louis, Mo.
The Twin Falls Transfer company
have sold a half interest in their busi
ness tp Willard White of this city. The
business of this firm is increasing so
fast that it has become necessary for
them to increase their outfits and
then it is nearly impossible to keep
up with their orders.
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Harry T. West returned Tuesday
from a trip to Seattle, Wash., where
he had been on a visit to his mother.
Mr. West was accompanied to Seattle
by his daughters, Dorothy and Mar
garet, who will remain with their
grandmother for the summer.
On Wednesday of this week Rev.
Father Bailsman of Pocatello united
in marriage Mr. Frank Halverson to
Miss Kate Earner, both of this city.
1 he young people both have a host of
friends who wish them all the success
and happiness us they journey through
life.
Bail Brothers, the contractors, re
ceived a concrete mixing machine a
short time ago that is certainly
dandy. Tney are using the machine
mixing the concrete on the basement
of the new elevator building that is
being constructed on Shoshom^ street
and it is worth a walk there to see the
machine at work.
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The county recorders office is Ut
terly swamped with work these days,
Saturday of last week and Monday of
this week over 400 instruments were
filed for record, never in the history
of the office has work came so fast.
Auditor West and his efficient corps
of assistants are working day and
night in an endeavor to get caught
up with the rush.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shu
bert, near Kimberly, was the scene of
a pretty wedding last evening when
their daughter Merle became
bride of Herbert Lambing. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Ray
Beauochamp, pastor of the Christian
church of this city, in the presence of
the relatives and friends of the con
tracting parties. After the ceremony
a dainty wedding supper was served.
The young people will take up their,
residence on the fine ranch of the
groom's near Kimberly.
In furnishing up your new'heme no
doubt you will want wall nager. .See
the 50 new patterns just in at the
Idaho Department St ojje.
Two eight foot show cases,
inquire of Guibert & Priebe.
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All kinds of fancy groceries now on
sale at the Idaho Department store. t
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Notice to Stockholders. j
Notice is hereby given that the an- j
nual meeting of the stockholders of ;
the Times Printing and Publishing ;
Co., Limited will be held at the Times j
office on Monday, July 2?th at three ;
o'clock, p, m. ; . I
Wilbur 8. HID, Secretary.
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equal value, improved land,
amount desired. French, at Famous
Shoe store.
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Reminder of the Old Overland Trail.
In a lonely spot on the old over
land stage road that leads from Kel
ton, Utah, to Boise, a few miles north
of where the present town of Filer Is
now situated, John Graaf found a
long neglected grave that is some
what shrouded in mystery.
On the weather beaten head board,
carved deeply with a knife was found
the three link emblem of the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows and
the following inscription, "H. S. Webb,
Aug. 13, '52, which shows that this
grave has been there for nearly 56
years and the supposition is that
Webb was with an emmigrant train j
and was killed by the Indians, as I
scattered all around the ' grave was I
found a number of broken arrow
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The Odd Fellows lodge of this.city
have taken the matter in hand anil .
have had a number of photographs
taken of the head board, which they
are going to send to the leading
Odd Fellow papers throughout the
eastern part of the country, hoping
fhat thereby some of the relatives
of the lonely sleeper can be found
and an explanation given of his
death.
A number of the Odd Fellows of this
city went down lust Sunday to deter
mine what could be done with the
remains.
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In Memorial».
Whereas it has been ordained by an
all wise Providence, that death should
again enter our society, and remov#
our beloved friend and member, Ellen
M. Larsen:
Resolved: That we submit to the
judgment of
gifts, that we deplore the loss to
this society and this community of one
who was so universally beloved; that
we extend the sympathy of this so
ciety to the bereaved children and
that these resolutions he made a part
of the proceedings of this society.
Ida E. Rorabaok, Leon Strieker and
Clara Brose, committee.
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Giver of all good
Notice of Sale of School District
Ronds.
Notice is hereby given that the
trustees of school district Number
eighteen (IS), of Twin Falls county,
State of Idaho, will on the 25th day
of July, 1908, at the postoffice in the
town of Filer, Twin Falls county, State
of Idaho, at 10 o'clock A. M. on said
day offer for sale to the highest bidder
Mr cash, lawfu^ money of the United
States, coupon bonds of the said
school district, in the sum of two
thousand ($ 2 , 000 . 00 ) dollars.
Said bonds to be dated July 15th,
on 1908 , and drawing interest .at the rate
t of five per cent per annum. <
; Interest payable semi-annually, bonds
i to run twenty years, with option to
j pay the same in ten years from the
an- j date thereof,
of ; To be issued In denominations of
; five hundred" ($600.00) dollar* each.
j The school board reserves tbs right
; to reject, any and all bids,
I By order of thd Board ofTrt
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Ervin Tolman made a trip to Twin
Falls Saturday.
attended a dance
at Rock Creek last week.
Osborn
Mrs. W. E. Beers and children were
in Twin Falls last Monday.
'Geo. Decker lias a brother visiting
him from Farmington, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Workman were
visiting in Murtaugh Sunday.
Frank Gillenbeck of Milner was the
guest of Miss Francis Bacon Sunday.
Odekirk were in Twin Falls Saturday..
Ernest Edin and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Workman were in Twin Falls Satur
day.
Messrs. Ed. and Fred Bacon went
to Twin Falls last Saturday on busi
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Fuller
were
guests of Mr. and Mrs Lee Jolmsoir
Sunday.
Ed. Bacon went to Pocatello Satur
day, where he has accepted a position
in the railraod shops. ,
Mrs. Drury went to Kimberly last
week to join her husband who has
a position in the mill.
Mrs John Eckhert and little son of.
Twin Falla visited with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs. William Jacks last week.
Misses Gladys High't and Sylvia
Hunt were pleasantly entertained
Friday evening by Miss Elva Tolman.
Mr. Grismold, of Hansen, last week
bought the McMillan homestead re
linquishment three miles from Mur
taugh.
Mrs. Pratt Walton came home Sat
urday from Twin Falls where she had
been' receiving medical treatment the
past week.
Mr. Terrill and Mr. Browi
large quantity of meat to Twin Falls
Monday for the Independent Market's
large trade.
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I cream supper will be given in the
school house by the young ladies of
Murtaugh.
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. ^ rs \ ■*' ranl{ 1 ernll entertained the
following young loi ks Sunday
noon: Messrs Ed. and Andy Hansen,
^rod Kacon, b " a!î loiman,
V,il)a Eden,
took a
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The program given Sunday in hon
or of Children's D
much credit In the way it was carried
The decorations were very pret
is deserving of
out.
tv, and each number on the program
was interesting.
Ida and Alice Terrill ar
Thursday from Ogden,
have been attending the
They are
Misses
rived home
where they
Sacred Heart academy,
very popular with the young people
who are glad to have them home for
the sumu
ir.
Program for July Fourth.
The following is the program of
sporting events that will be pulled off
here on the Fourth of July. The ball
game between the home team and the
team from Soda Springs promises to
be one of the closest games of the
as the boys from the Soda
city have been cleaning up everything
in southeastern Idaho.
Ball game. Soda Springs vs. Twin
Falls, purse $100.
Horse race, Yi. mile, best two out of
three. 1st $75, 2nd, $25.
Relay race, two enter, three hone*
each and run Y 4 mile, 1st $10, 2nd $5,.
Ladies horse race, ^4 mile 1st $10.
2nd $5. »
Trotting race, team, 1st $10, 2nd $10.
50 yards foot race, men, 1st $10, 2nd
of
$5.
100 yard relay race of four each,
1 st $ 10 .
Boys race, 100 yards, under 16 yaWi
1st $3. 2nd $2.
Girls race, 50 yards, 1st $3. tad
Bicycle race, fastest person,
mile, $5.
One minute tug of war, Kottt 1
vs South side, $26.
Double hand drilling
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River tract 1 ' '
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