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Henry J. Wall, Abstracts. 13 years experience.
Rock visiting Dr. the ed Mr. ter last their €0 ?o I <2 berly same ent hood, first firm town tion © west erous <o date with county Local and Personal ed Mr. on J. C. Talbott of Boise, was transact ing, business here the first of the week. ent the A. D. McKinley of Filer was an in tering spectator at the Republican convention that was held in this city Tuesday. city The nicely E. B. Tage of Boise, is in Twin Falls this week looking up a business opening and may decide to locate here. ter ries' Fred Nihart, one of Buhl's business men, was in the city Tuesday on busi ness and to hear the speech of Senator Heyburn. here to burn. Jack Price has sold his interest in the Portland Lunch to his partner, C. E. Cusker, who will continue the bus iness in the same first-class shape as heretofore. now ness the R. C. Whitney of Ashland, O., is in Twin Falls this *week taking a look at the greatest irrigated tract in the west. He is greatly impressed with the outlook here. rived is S. C. Poland and family left Tues day evening for Pamona, Kansas, to take up their residence. Mr. Poland is interested in land here and may re turn to the tract in the spring. ed the with the Mr. and Mrs. Parker, who have been visiting with their son and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Parker, for the past ten days, returned to their home in Salt Lake City, Utah, Tuesday even ing. Hub east the L. H. Sweetser of Burley, Republic an candidate for lieutenant governor, was in town Tuesday looking on at the county convention and participat ing in the ratification meeting of the evening. the the will J. E. Joslyn of Barton Landing, Ver mont, arrived here the first of the week to look over the country with a view of locating. He is a brother of C. W. Joslyn, employed at the Salmon River dam. W'as The regular monthly business meet ing of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the home of Mrs. D. W. Brunk, Tues day afternoon, September 29, 1908. Members and friends of the union urged to attend. w*as of St. Anthony, Iowa, has been spending the past two weeks on the tract looking over the country with a view of locating. He departed for his home Tuesday, but will return early in the spring. The Methodist people will hold their services in the High school auditor ium next Sunday morning and even ing. The Rev. Mr. Chaney, of Colum bus, Ohio, will preach on the evening. The service will commence at 7:30. E. A. Davenport of Mr. to is Sheriff Geo. T. Aiken had a narrow from breaking one of his legs While walking across the escape Tuesday. platform 'at the Perrine and Burton corner, he stepped through a hole In the platform, but luckly got off with some severe bruises. Word was received from Salt Lake that J. B. Fleming, the traveling man, who was taken ill In this city about ten days ago with appendicites, died in a hospital in that city last Friday following an operation. The many friends of this' popular salesman in this city were shocked to hear of his untimely death. pied—At their home south bf town, Wednesday, September 16, 1908, of whooping cough and typhoid fever, Lorana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Weaver, aged 14 years, 11 months and 24 days. Lorana was a bright young girl o' unusual promise, loved by all who knew her, and though not much acquainted here—the family Obvies but recently moved from Rocky Ford, Colorado—yet she leaves a host of friends who will mourn her untimely death. I The Twin Falls County Poultry as sociation Is making all necessary ar rangements to hold a poultry show In this city some time in January, the exact date not having been set as yet. The association has made arrange ments to get a judge from Illinois 'who is an expert In his line, to judge the birds. It is hoped that all who are interested in fancy poultry will lend a hand and do all they can to make this exhibition one of the best ever held In Southern Idaho. R. to Buhl Mrs. A. D. Norton and daughter of Rock Creek spent Sunday in the city visiting with friend^. Dr. Geo. L. Crocker of Filer was in the county seat Tuesday an interest ed spectator at the Republican county convention. W. Falls busy side, täte ness Mr. and Mrs. Ditter and Miss Dit ter were called to Minnetonka, Minn., last week to attend the funeral of their mother. Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Archer of Kim berly spent Saturday in this city on business, returning to their home the same evening. Hiram Pickett, one of the promin ent sheepmen of the Oakley neighbor hood, was a Twin Falls visitor the first of the week. the Falls John W. Young of the contracting firm of Faris-Kesl company, was in town yesterday on business in connec tion with his firm. county the comer the land home. Kennedy Packard came in from the west end Monday, where he had been looking up land for some of his num erous customers. Geo. E. Harlan, Republican candi date for assessor, was shaking hands with his numerous friends in the county seat Tuesday. in tion hand. club. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warmke depart ed Monday evening for Boise, where Mr. Warmke has accepted a position on one of the daily papers. Ed. Larson, one of Buhl's promin ent business men, was in Twin Falls Tuesday taking in the deliberations of the Republican county convention. sen, week has store Dr. J. M. Rogers of Buhl was in the city the first of the week on business. The doctor reports everything moving nicely in the west end city. has past turn Mrs. W. P. Guthrie and little daugh ter left this week for North Yakima, Washington, to visit with Mrs. Guth ries' relatives for a month or six weeks. John F. Hansen of Rock Creek was here Tuesday as a delegate to the county convention and remained over to hear the speech of Senator Hey burn. lic by ®f in C. as day J. H. Stothard, at one time in the hardware business in this city, but now a resident of Burley, *was a busi ness visitor in Twin Falls the first of the w*eek. free in the give a the try. Mrs. H. R. Grant and children ar rived in this city Sunday from James town, N. Y., to join her husband, who is employed in the First National bank. to re A. T. McMahon register of the Unit ed States land office at Haile 1 -*, was in the city the first of the week visiting with his family, who are visiting with the family of S. D. Perrine. the ing his pot, but got O. H. Stalker, proprietor of the Hub clothing store, came in from the east Sunday, where he has been for the last month purchasing a large stock of goods for his store. at the by E. C. Nims of Hamilton, Ohio, ar rived in this city Saturday to accept the position of machine operator on the Times. Mrs. Nims and children will follow in about six weeks. the a of Pat Monahan, the Buhl attorney, W'as in town the first of the week. Rumor has it that Mr. Monahan Is looking for the nomination for county attorney on the democratic ticket. at nf ly E. A. Wytß, one of the prominent farmers of the Buhl neighborhood, w*as in the city the first of the w*eek visiting with his son. Willard Wyte. of the Twin Fails Transfer company. two the He but their S. A. Friedman of Marol, 111., ar rived in Twin Falls last Saturday to look after his business interests here. Mr. Friedman is very much pleased with the improvements that have taken place on the tract since he was here last. to James Vero, who has charge of the concrete work on the Shoshone Basin dam, was in the city for a few days the first of the week. He reports work progressing rapidly on the dam and ditch and that the work will be com pleted before snow flies. Addison T. Smith, private secretary to Senator W. B. Heyburn, was In the city the first of the week. Mr. Smith is heavily interested in land near this city and is highly pleased witn the rapid growth that Twin Falls had made this sumemr. legs the In with Lake man, about died many in his town, of fever, E. and young all much Ford, of I. B. Perrine of Twin Falls was in Burley Monday in attendance at the directors' meeting of the townslte Mr. Perrine expressed company. himself as well pleased at the outlook for a fine hotel building for Burley at an early date.—Burley Bulletin. Work is progressing rapidly on the Methodist church building and a carload of white pressed brick arrived last week from Boise for the struc ture. The building when completed will be one of the handsomest church buildings in the city and will be a credit to the city of Twin Falls. new A1 Page will leave for Chicago Sun day morning, where he goes for a rest and medical attendance. Mr. Page will be accompanied by Dr. France, who will be absent a couple of weeks. When seen. Mr. Page stated that his Illness was not serious, but had both ered him at times for a couple of and he thought the present time opportune for rest and recupera as ar In the yet. 'who the are a this In years was tlon.—Wardner News. Mr. Page Is one of the heaviest land owners In this section and his many friends here hope that he will soon return to Idaho, greatly Improved In health. R. on R. H. Williams made a business trip to Kimberly Wednesday. Don Bryan made a flying trip to Buhl yesterday, returning the evening. ber same mont, locate. W. R. Swicegood of Buhl, is in Twin Falls looking after his father, who is seriously ill at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heiss of the busy little city of Jerome on the North side, were in town Monday. Claar & Lind, the hustling real täte dealers of this city, made a busi ness trip to the west end of the tract yesterday. J. O. duck tained es Albion sie, Mrs. Geo. K. Johnson, of Filer, is in the city this week helping to nurse her husband, who is very sick at the Twin Falls hospital. crete Jack Howe of Abbey, was in the county seat yesterday on business. He reports everything moving nicely the west end of the tract. John 7,eeb of Core}*, Pa., is a new comer in the city, having arrived last Saturday. He is so well pleased with the country that he has purchased land and will make this place his home. J. main ments on Kan., the will The Taft Republican club will meet in the Commercial bank Saturday evening at S o'clock for the transac tion of any business that may be on hand. All republicans of the city are requested to become members of the club. nic day. days ter Mr. and Mrs. Doran Carter of Han sen, were in the city the first of the week visiting relatives, has just installed an up-to-date drug store in the little city of Hansen and reports business opening up in fine shape. Mr. Carter been mile S. G. Hull, the piano turner, who has been a resident of this city for the past six months, lçft for his home in Omaha, Neb., yesterday to spend the winter w*ith his family. He will re turn to Twin Falls in the spring to make this place his home. good of S. W. Motley will address the pub lic in the building formerly occupied by Halverson & West at the corner ®f 10th avenue and 10th street, Satur ât. 8 to day evening, September o'clock, subject, "Natural Law and Its Relation 26, of Socialism, free anti all are welcome. Admission to ten Mrs. James Henry Cox, one of the leading contraltos of the east, will give a recital in the High school audi torium Friday evening, September 25. under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal church. She is a member of the Lyra quartet, one of the best female quartets in the coun try. for day the can the in M. M. Murtaugh had quite an excit ing runaway Tuesday. In some way his team hitched to a new buggy, frightened and bolted, get ting away from Mr. Murtaugh and ran down Shoshone street toward the de pot, colliding with a fencp near the Pioneer harness shon. Fortunately but little damage was done. got the the for the John Nims and family, accompanied by his brother, F. G. Nims. left ves terdav for Jerome where they will in stall the machinery for the North Side News. The building has been com nleted and all ready for occupancy, and will soon be ready to turn out the first issim of the North Side News, which will be the name of the new publication. ar on Is The Twin Falls Times issued a very creditable special edition last week nf 18 liages. The edition was profuse ly illustrated, nicely printed and re ceived a liberal advertising patronage from the progressive business men of Twin Falls. The Times is rapidly coming to the front as one of the best new'spapers in the state.—Burley Bul letin, ar to was The fire department w*as called out to extinguish a small blaze at the residence of Mrs. Crandall Sunday evening and through an error on the part of the party turning in the alarm the department made the run to the Crandall livery barn. By the time that it was found out where the fire was located, it had been put out and no serious damage done. the the and com the this the had August Schubert, aged 26 years, died in this city last Wednesday night after a short Illness of inflamation of the bowels. He was brought here the same day from Rupert for treatment, but the disease had made such pro gress that it was impossible to do anything for him. The remains were shipped to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Shubert of. Rupert, Thursday evening. in the at The members of the fire department are making arrangements to give a ball In the rink sometime In October for the benefit of the relief fund of the department. The boys have had three fire calls in the last month and there Is always danger of some of them getting hurt. There being no provisions made for them If they should be laid up for a week or two, they have came to the conclusion to start a fund for that purpose them selves. No date has been set when the dance will be given but will be decid ed on soon. the a struc a Sun a Mr. Dr. couple his both of time The barbers and the bartenders will cross bats on the local diamond in what they claim will be one of the fastest games of the season next Sun day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The band will be in attendance to keep things lively while the players are getting their second wind and binding up the broken fingers and heads. Both sides are very confident of winning so the fans may be sure of seeing a good game if the players can hold out for the full nine innings. Don't forget the date, Sunday, September 2T, at 2:30 In the afternoon. land many soon In R. M. McCollum went to Buhl today on business. (By Most But Mrs. C. E. Booth entertained a num ber of ladies at bridge this afternoon. Richard T. Negus of Proctor, Ver mont, arrived in the city yesterday to locate. The For J. M. Maxwell, P. J. Holohan and W. O. Taylor spent Sunday at Dry Creek duck hunting. They But Mrs. P. H. Smith informally enter tained a number of ladies Tuesday afternoon. Assessor James McMillan went to Albion today to visit his daughter Jes sie, who is ill at Normal school. We Hardiwick & Stout, the real estate dealers, have moved into the new con crete building on Shoshone street. And But J. S. Keel went to Buhl today to re main for some time, making improve ments on his ranch. We George Smith will leave for Topeka, Kan., this evening where he will spend the winter visiting with relatives. The But Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith left yes terday for Topeka, Kan., where they will make their home for the winter. A number of ladies enjoyed a pic nic and bridge party at the ranch house of Mrs. Ed Darned on Wednes day. The It But. The H. W. Shubert will leave in a few days for Ottawa, Kansas, to look af ter some, of his business interests there. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Alvoid returned today from Payette, where they have been visiting for the last month with relatives. Mrs. O. B. Fuller gave a delightful Kensington at her ranch home one mile north of this city on Monday af ternoon. in to For Sale—One oak bedroom suit in good condition. Also two framed en gravings. W. F. Burgess, 2 blocks N. of Episcopal church. of 8 Louis Friedmann, proprietor of the Pantorium, has moved his business in to one of the rooms of the concrete building on Shoshone street. German Lutheran services will be conducted at the Christian church next Sunday at 3 p. m. by the pastor, Mar ten O. Mueller. All Germans are cor dially invited to attend. 25. is of The Twin Falls base ball team leave for Boise this evening where they will play the crack team of that city a series of three games, Friday, Satur day and Sunday afternoons. The Boiseites claim that they have one of the fastest teams in the southwestern part of the state, and our team, the people of Twin Falls know what they can do. If they play as good hall in Boise as they have this summer, they should return with two out of three of the games. ran de the After a newspaper man has yelled himself hoarse in an effort to pur suade people to patronize home mer chants and accidentally tumbles to the fact that some fellows he is try ing to protect are sending away for their job printing or are using printed matter sent out by patent medicine houses, soap factories or other prize package sornething-for-nothing out fits, it rather shakes his confidence in mankind and makes reciprocity look like a lead dime with holes in it.—Ex. in the new re of best Bul POULTRY ASSOCIATION MEETING. The Twin Falls County Poultry as sociation will meet at Commercial club rooms in Twin Falls at 2 p. m. on Sat urday, October 3rd, 1908. A full at tendance of members is desired. MRS. B. F. McPHERSON, Secretary. out the NEW COPYRIGHTS * * The Husbands of Edith. The Story of a Short Life. The Lady of the Decoration. The Servant in the Home. The Primadonna. Come and Find Me. The Great Secret. Paid in Full. Mr. Crew's Career. And scores of others at the Sprague Pharmacy CALKINS & BOOTT, Proprietors Full Line of Elegant Stationery and School Requisites. THESE ARE BARGAINS $ 100.00 40 acres, 1 mile from Twin Falls, at. 80 acres 1V4 miles from Filer. 40 acres 3% miles from Twin Falls. 240 acres 3 Vi miles from town. 320 acres 2% miles from town. 160 acres South Side land. 320 acres South Side land. 40 acres 3 miles from Twin Falls. 40 acres 6 miles from Twin Falls. 85.00 .... «7.50 .... 45.00 .... «5.00 .... «5.00 .... 40.00 40.00 .... 45.« S. T. Hamilton & Co. HOW TO WIN. (By W. O. Wann, Twin Falls, Idaho.) Most all the world's a lottery And many blanks within. But they who dare not take a chance Can never hope to win. The miners climb the mountain peaks And there their work begin, For well they know unless they try They cannot hope to win. They delve in earth among the rocks Where "colors" are but thin, But if they do not dig and delve They cannot hope to win. We buy the stocks of railroads That are watered to the brim, While all the time we know there is But little chance to win. And then we play the races To pick the nimble skin, But the "books'' are packed against us And of course we cannot win. We "stand" upon the two spot And assume a bland-like grin, Because we know we only have A fighting chance to win. The girl we love is a mystery From hair to dimnled chin, But bet your life we'll take a chance Though—we don't expect to win. The farmers of the rain belt states Sows either thick or thin, It matters not—without the rain They surely cannot win. But. irrigation takes the cake There is no "might have been," The fickle goddess does not rule And if you work you win. Then come to Southern Idaho Rub out—begin again, Turn on the water—you needn't pray For your dead sure to win. For Rent—A large furnished room with bath and modern conveniences. Inquire for "S," Times office. Fur Sale. I have 180 head of hogs, consisting of barrows ready for market this fall, brood sows and pigs, all grain fed, that I will sell on one year's time, or trade for farm land on the Twin Falls tract. Call on or write to GEO. LACY, Twin Falls. sep 26 oct 1 Don't forget that Tom Thumb and his bride will be at the rink accom panied by a party of 40 people next Tuesday evening. 1 a in of Our Buying Direct From Importers of to in From the Leading European Market Assures You QUALITY At the Lowest Possible Prices as at GUIBERT & PRIEBE JEWELERS ANDERSON THE JEWELER FOR A Fine Line of China Cut Glass Novelties And everything in new and up-to-date Jewelry PIKE 3UILDING TOOT YOUR OWN HORN. We are new men in Twin Falls, but not new in the Real Estate business. We are already doing a tine business and want you to call and see ns. List your property with us. .Miller Si White, opposite McCorniek Hank. Notice tu Farmers. In order to demonstrate to the East ern people the superiority of the grain grown on the Twin Falls Tract, the Twin Falls Commercial Club have de cided to exhibit at the National Com. Exhibition at. Omaha. All farmers that have threshed or unthreshed grain of good quality or grasses, will oblige the Commercial club and further their 1 own Interests by submitting samples to the secretary of the club. Found Clasp pin at Twin Falls on Sunday, Sept. 13th. Call at this office. Lost A seal class pin, wUh letters C. S. H. S. Reward will be paid for its return to this office. There will be a muss meeting of the citizens of the West End at the Buhl Opera house. Saturday, Sept. 26th, at 2 p. m„ for the purpose of discussing the bond issue for the new Court House. Attcnnion of the Times readers Is called to ihe advertisement of the Ma jestic Pharmacy this week on last page. House and lot to trade for horses Brunk-Williams and cattle or either. Realty Co. You are invited to my wedding at the rink next Tuesday evening at eight-thirty. TOM THUMB. Five acre tract for sale, w*ill take Brunk good team for part payment. Williams Realty Co. Kodol will, without doubt, make your stomach strong and will almost instantly relieve you of all the symp toms of Indigestion. It will do this because it is made up of the natural digestive juices of the stomach so com bined that it completely digests the food just as the stomach will do it, so you see Kodol can't fail to help you and help you promptly. It is sold here by Sprague's Pharmacy. For Rent—Five-room house in ex change for board; Vi -mile south of town. See Brown & Lichty, over post office. The First Presbyterian church of Twin Falls, Idaho, will hold a congre gational meeting in the Methodist Episcopal church on the evening of October 10th, 1908, for the purpose of authorizing the board of trustees to place a mortgage on the real estate belonging to the church. C. M. HILL, Chairman. Relinquishment on North Side, 40 acres, team, wagon and harness to work It and fruit trees to plant It, in exchange for city residence. Good fruit land It mile from Trail Springt. Sept. 3-tf. W. O. WANN. When you have a cold you may be sure that It has been caused Indirectly by constipation and consequently yon must first of all take something to move the bowels. This is what hns made Kennedy's Laxative Cough By nip so successful and so generally de manded. It does not constipate like most of the old fashioned cough cures, but on the other hand it gently moves the bowels and at the same time heule Irritation and allaya Inflammation at the throat Sold by Spragne's Phar macy.