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Bl'HL CONTRACTOR DISAPPEARS.
John Stanton Leaves Unceremonously and Is Truced to Loose Bay. Buhl, Ida., Oct. 13th, 1908. Hotel Ruhl is receiving a fresh coat of paint. Herman Geer is doing the work. John Shoonvelt is suffering with ty phoid fever. Miss Leona Estes is now conval scent. Henry Idema and M. C. Ware came in from the hills Wednesday evening with three fine deer. The sidewalk system is being ex tended on Main and Broadway. The order of Good Templars organ ized six weeks ago, are Increasing their membership slowly but steadily. Mr. Mounce is building a residence on his lot on Ninth street. L. J. Johnson and Dr. J. M. Rogers, went to Filer Tuesday evening for the purpose of organizing a Modern Wood man of America camp at that place. They succeeded in getting twenty-two charter members, eleven of which were initiated that evening. The foundation of the Presbyterian church, which was being laid by Mr. Shermerham, is now completed. Mrs. F. M. Hart and son Hiram, have both been ill. Dr. McClusky is having erected on his lots on Main street, a neat resid ence. He expects to be able to move into it by the twentieth of this month. Ernest Byrne, son of E. W. Byrne, the livery man, has been suffering with typhoid, but is now convalscent. B. S. Brainard, a new comer, is ill. E. R. DeBoise of Twin Falls, has completed the plumbing on the C. E. Wilkinson residence. The Buhl furni ture house furnished the material for the work. About twenty Filerites came down Friday evening, expecting to attend a "'grand hop." They were badly dis appointed, as the Buhlites had not planned for such an affair. But come again Filerites; come on Friday night, and we will show you a royal good time in the big opera house. Miss Nancy Vance came up from Twin Falls Saturday afternoon, re turning Sunday evening. While here she visited at the home of Mrs. D. P. Albee. Mr. Greineer of the Parker & Mar shall Hardware Co., received a tele gram last Saturday that his father was dying. Mrs. J. H. Shields was in Twin Falls Wednesday and Thursday, visiting with her sister, Miss McConnell. Miss Hazel Baine came up from Filer Friday. James Shields came up from Twin Falls Friday. Mrs. J. W. Howe of Abbey, took din ner Tuesday with Mrs. T. W. Snod grass. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Earp are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Thursday. Mother and child are do ing well. Dr. T. O. Boyd of Twin Falls, was in town on professional business Thurs day. Overbaugh & Fredenhagen have pur chased a fine single-footer and buggy horse. Miss Mona Trask of Dayton, Wash ington, is visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Belknap, of this place. A. R. Fredenhagen, F. S. Marshall and Arthur Paxton, went duck hunting last Sunday and killed eighteen ducks. The ladies of the Baptist church cleared a neat sum on the cooked food sale given Saturday afternoon in the Buhl Trading Co. building. They will give one every Saturday for awhile. Master Ted Holmes of Emmett, is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holmes and attending the Buhl school. Flöry & Co's. Grocery Have arranged to supply everyone CARNIVAL WEEK with the finest lines of fresh candies, "Cracker Jack," (eaeh box containing a baloon), nuts, etc., etc., to be had In town. EVERYTHING THAT'S GOOD TO EAT, can be secured at this famous store, 2nd door from First National Bank. Telephone No. 43 Twin Falls, Idaho Foot Ball & Basket Ball Pocatello High School vs. Twin Falls High School Two of the snappiest High School teams in the State play for League Honors. Saturday, October 17 Basket Ball 10:30 a. Foot Ball 2:30 p. m. m. Games played at Twin Falls Base Ball Park. Mrs. Ida Bliss of Emmett, who has been visiting with Mrs. Thos. Holmes, departed for home last Saturday. Mrs. George Lane and Miss Vivian Mullein were in Twin Falls Saturday. Chas. Henry William Law is wiring the residence of Dr. J. Otto Pitt. Frank Fisher is building a neat cot tage on his farm, west of Buhl. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Davis have rented their farm to a brother of Rev. C. F. Wheeler. They expect to move to town. Ralph Brown returned Tuesday from visiting his mother in Salt Lake City. Cammack Bros, are moving into the Hayford building. E. R. DeBoise is doing the plumbing on the Dr. Pitt residence. Buhl Leroy Sandness, the two-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sandness, died last Monday in the Twin Falls hospital with spinal meningetis. remains were prepared for shipment by Hunt & Co., of Twin Falls, and were received here by Evans & Johnson, and buried in the I. O. O. F. cemetery. Buhl Leroy was the first babe born in Buhl and was named after Frank Buhl, whom the city was named for. Mr. and Mrs. Sandness have the heartfelt sympathy of all. The monthly business and social meeting of the Union Christian En deavor society, was held Monday even ing at the home of Miss Hazel Albred. Mrs. A. F. McClusky favored the young people with a vocal solo heartily encored, a sweet little German song, which was greatly appreciated, duet was played in a very creditable manner by the Misses Lola Taylor and Lillie Lindstrom, who responded to a hearty encore. Next, Miss Hazel Allred played a sweet instrumental solo and lastly a vocal duet was given by Mrs. F. S. Marshall and Mrs. E. A. Wyatt. After the musical program, which was greatly appreciated, a guessing con test, "A Penny for Your Thoughts." was indulged in. The first prize a pretty chocolate cu). and saucer, was awarded to Miss Harriott Nelson, while the bobby prize, a small brush broom, was given to Mrs. E. A. Wyatt. The contest be'ng over, refreshments con sisting of watermelon was served by the hostess. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. E A. Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. A. F I.bC.usky, Mr. and Mrs. Russ W. Alirea, Mrs. F. S. Marshall, Mrs. M. C Ware, the Misses Ethelyn Benson, Mil licent Middleton, Harriet Nelson, Willa Eden, Lola Taylor, Lillie Lind strom, Cora Schooler, Hazel Allred, Messrs. R. M. Hays, H. I. Cammack, Ray Cammack, Bishop and Lapham. Contractor John Stanley (it is doubt ed that this is his real name) has dis appeared. It was reported that he went to the hospital in Twin Falls with typhoid, Saturday evening, but he was seen in Buhl after train time. Part» os who are interested in John Stanley and are depending on him for the building of their houses, telephoned to Twin Falls yesterday but received word that he was not at the hospital and had not been there, suspicion. was found that he had Riverside Saturday evening and was rowed across the river, ferryman that he had just received a telegram that his mother was not ex pected to live. The last known of him, he had walked to Bliss and had there bought a ticket to Goose Bay, Ore. As to the telegram, there was none re ceived at this place. If he has left for good (which it is supposed) he has left a great number of the Buhl people in a very bad condition, but it is hoped by all ^hat everything will come out right in the end. If he has flown the coop for good, it certainly will prove a lesson to the people not to put too much dependence in strangers. The , and was She responded with An instrumental This of course, aroused Inquiry was made and it walked to He told the Rev. C. F. Wheeler, Methodist min ister of Filer and Buhl, was In the city Wednesday evening. Ernest Untermann, Socialist candi date for governor, lectured Saturday evening in the Modern Woodman hall. Mr. Untermann is a very interesting speaker and held his audience well. After the lecture he answered very ably the questions of those interested in politics. The hall was well filled, some having to stand. There were about one hundred present. I JEROME HAPPENINGS. Jerome, Oct. 14, 1908. Dr. Piper returned Thursday from a ten days' trip to Boise, where he had been taking the state examinations. E. Taha, manager of the Booth Mercantile Co., of this place, was called away to Kansas some ten days ago, on account of the recent death of his father. He returned to Jerome Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Shores of Olym pia., Wash, arrived in town Friday and staid until Sunday. Sunday morning they left for Gooding, where Mr. Shores will build and locate perman ently. Although the Piper and Bloom liv ery stable was completed only a few weeks ago, business increased so rap idly that it was necessary to build an addition. This work is being done on short notice, and the building will be completed, ready for occupancy, In a few days. Watch Jerome grow! Just the last week two new buildings have been started, and owing to the progressive spirit displayed in their construction, they will soon be ready for use. One, a law office, erected by A. B. Barcey, is located on Main street, east of the Jerome Drug Co. building. The other and more extensive one, is located on Lincoln nve, south of the lodging house, and will, when finished, serve as a real estate office and residence for R. H. Traill. E. L. Ashton and brother, of Twin Falls, were in town Saturday closing out some land deals. They, like all other Jerome visitors, became very much enthused over the progressive spirit manifested in the business world, and have hopes for the bright future of Jerome. n Mrs. Adeline Becker, sister of Mrs. J. M. Hale, has begun the erection of a store building located on Main street. On Monday evening, Oct. 5th, a ban quet and smoker, in commemoration of the first anniversary of Jerome, was held in the Jerome restaurant. First on the program was the four-course dinner, which was very much enjoyed by all present. Cigars were then dis tributed, and all were ready to con tinue the pleasure of the evening and render the affair a perfect success. Many hearty laughs and a rousing good time were produced by the toasts given by the following named gentle men: Major Fred R. Reed, A. B. Bar clay, Frazer, Hale, Chapin, H. L. Owens, Kernanek, Nims, Hurleybus, Ostrander and others. R. H. Trail act ing as toastmaster. There were sixty or seventy business men and North Side settlers present, and all enjoyed it to the fullest extent. Such an af fair as this speaks very well for Jer ome, considering that a year ago there were only five buildings on the town site. The growth has been so rapid that now there are at least one hun dred buildings, and more being built. As a fitting close to the evening, a reg ister was passed and it was interest ing to note that more than twenty states were represented at this meet ing. On Saturday evening, Oct. 10th, a crowd of young people of Jerome, drove by moonlight, to Shoshone Falls, and returned Sunday afternoon. Those in the crowd were: The Misses Covel, Miller, Traill, Napton, Williman, Dif fendafer, Dorothy Traill and Mary Napton; Messrs. Owens, Burkey, Sea verns, Bridges, Schoenthal, Chapin, Kinney and Graham. This jolly bunch was chaperoned by Mrs. Walter Chris tensen, who performed her duty excel lently. Eevry one thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the time, and all look forward to more such good times for the winter. Those registered at the Sturges lodging house for the week are: C. H. Stone, Enunclar, Wash.; C. E. McClain. Kirkwood, 111.; R. G. Shores, Olym phia, Wash. At the Jerome lodging house: T. I. Roberson, Thomas R. Cutler, Idaho, Falls; H. L. Knoud, Chicago; J. E. Cessno, Salt Lake. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF TWIN FALLS AND STATE OF IDAHO. Thomas M. Forman vs. Elizabeth Forman, alias summons. The State of Idaho sends greetings to Elizabeth Forman, Defendant. You are hereby summoned, and re quired to appear in an action brought against you by said plaintiff in said district court, and to answer the com plaint of the above named plaintiff, filed herein, with in twenty days (ex clusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this judicial district, or if served elsewhere within forty days. The said action is brought to procure a divorce by the plaintiff from the said defendant on the grounds of desertion, plaintiff asks that the bonds of matri mony between this plaintiff and de fendant be disolved. A copy of the com plaint is filed herewith and made a part hereof of which reference is more particularly refered to herein. You are further notified to serve a copy of your answer, within the time required by law, on J. Benj. Hall, attorney for the plaintiff at his office in the city of Twin Falls, State of Idaho. You are hereby notified that if you fail to ap pear and answer the said complaint as above required plaintiff will take judg ment against you as prayed for in plaintiff's complaint, and for cost of this action. Attest my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for Twin Falls county, this 14th day of October, 1908. Oct. 15-Nov 19 H. T. WEST, Clerk. J. HEN.T. HALL, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post office address, Twin Falls, Idaho. (SEAL.) Not the most for your money, but the best for the money at Layering's. Fonnd Clasp pin at Twin Falls on Sunday, Sept. 13th. Call at this office. Fat hogs wanted by the Don Bryan Realty Co. Va THE GREAT STATE FAIR OF IDAHO The Idaho Inter-Mountain Fair Ô » / y I Will be held at Boise for one week beginning Mon., Oct. 19, ending Saturday, Oct. 24, 1908 ALL IDAHO WILL- ATTEND Strobel's Prize Winning Air Ship Will Be One of the Prime Attractions t. y K t. y The fair this year is bigger, and in every way better than it has ever been before. More money will be given in purses and premiums. A greater effort has been made to have all of the people who are interested in the advancement of the Inter-Mountain country, attend. The special attractions will be many and varied. A trip to the great Metropolis of the state will be sure to pay dividends as an investment in knowledge, and the fun that is always to be had there. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Board of Directors of the Idaho Inter-Mountain Fair Association take pleasure in announcing that the 12th annual meeting of the Association will occur at the tair grounds adjoining the City, open ing Monday, October 19,' and closing Saturday, October 24, 1908. -, An excellent racing program of Ten Days, is arranged for the entire week and to continue during the four days of the following week, closing October 29, 1908. A large number of the best Western cir cuit horses will be here to take part in our meeting. The reputation of the Idaho Inter-Mountain Fair Association and the excellence of its annual exhi bitions, have become widely known throughout the Northwest, and the Board points to its record of the past with pardonable pride. It will always be the purpose of theAssociation to please its patrons, and the prompt payment of all premiums offered during the past years is a guarantee of the universal sat isfaction which the Association always endeavors to give. A careful persusal of this year's premium list will disclose the fact that in every department prem iums have been largely increased and extended to products not hitherto covered. We believe the list is of such value as to induce hearty co-operation on the part of all and to cause to be displayed with us the very best of our State's productions. SPECIAL FEATURES— In the way of special attractions for this year's fair, the Association has spared no expense in securing the very best. The modern air-ship is today attracting more attention than any other invention, and the Association is to be congratulated on securing the World-Famous Strobel Air-Ship, which is under contract to make two flights daily the entire week of the fair. This will be the first opportunity of the residents of Idaho to witness this marvel of the 20th Century within the borders of our State. Boise City is always an attraction to the residents of Idaho, and with her rapid growth has be come the natural center of the State. With the completion of her new theater, The Pinney, and other up-to-date play houses, she will be abundantly able to care for all fair visitors in the way of evening entertainment, and everything will be done to care for all who may be with us upon this occasion. Music will be furnished by the Columbian Band, which is known the State over for its excellent tal ent, and several other bands will also add entertainment for special occasions. Every possible attrac tion will be arranged for all who visit Boise during the week of the Idaho Inter-Mountain Fair. Come and spend the week at your Capital City and your entertainment will be her first consideration. Write the secretary for premium lists and entry blanks and race programs. HARNESS EVENTS. Idaho Inter-Mountain Fair, Boise, Idaho, Octo ber 19 to 29, 1908. Entries Close Oct. 1st. Monday, Oct. 19. 2:15 Trot or Pace, 7 to enter, 5 to start... .$600 Wednesday, Oct. 21. 2:30 Trot, 7 to enter, 5 to start.. Thursday, Oct. 22. 2:20 Trot or Pace, 7 to enter, 5 to start.. .$400 Saturday, Oct. 24. 2:26 Trot or Pace, 7 to enter, 5 to start.. .$300 Entrance fee, 10 per cent, must accompany entry or same will not be considered. Ameri can Trotting Associaion rules to govern in all W. S. WALKER, Chairman Racing Committee. WILL H. GIBSON, Secretary of Association. SCHEDULE OF DAYS FOR THE FAIR. Monday—Opening Day. Tuesday—Ontario and Eastern Oregon Day. Derby Day. Wednesday—Elmore County Day, Pioneer Day and Baby Day. Thursday—Odd Fellows Day. Washington and Canyon County Day. Friday—Merchants' Day and School Chil dren's Day. Saturday—Boise County Day. t, Va 0 r A m y a t n t (a [f. f > / fi U A l / :i / 1 A * A A y A Â f k 9 'A / EXTRACT FROM PREMIUM LIST MINERALS. y f! A First. Second. Third.. Display of Minerals from properties of 1 exhibi y / 15 tor $20 00 $15 00 $10 00 $500 Ore Samples (gold, sil ver, lead, copper, zinc, iron) . Samples (coal, mica, marble, slate, onyx, cinnibar, cobalt, opals, garnets, rubies, sap phires) . J y y. 15 1 2 00 1 00 A t. I / r, 2 00 SWEEPSTAKES. Display of Minerals from any county in Idaho.. 150 00 100 00 1 00 cases. y /a A 50 00 ART AND HOUSEHOLD. Under additional Divisions of Art and Paint ing, Sewing and Fancy Work, Kitchen and Pan try, Children's Work, etc., premiums aggregat ing over $400 will be offered. Complete lists will be published in complete premium list pub lication. Other special premiums not herein listed assured and will be listed in the later Premium Lists Publication. /a y r, A Û h if\ A < 15 are A y y. 15 Make It a Point to Attend the Great Live Stock Sale at Boise, October 19 to 24 y Va 15 Special Rates on Railroads 1 y <5 Address all communications to Will H. Gibson, Sec., Inter-Mouutain Fair Association, Boise, Idaho. B You'll Miss It SURE If you fail to see our Fall and Winter Sam ples of Men's Cloth We have 400 Samples to select from. A fit guaran teed. €J Cleaning and Pressing promptly done : : : : : mg. C. F. Leonardson, 10th Ave, opp..Hunt's Undertaking Parlors cc H u < LÎ i/i cc * CQ o < UJ _C c n X cc (8 CL a. u w û SI °o r £ H Ui, a £ z o < DC "C .s UJ £ CQ D H 3 o o J < SI Anything A good Furniture you can find at Laverlng's. J. T. EVANS PRACTICAL OPTICIAN of BOISE, IDAHO Is in your city at the Perrine Hotel and will remain this week only. With fifteen years practical experience in my own establishment, and considering the splendid success which I have had in the fitting of gl I do not hesitate to solicit asses, your patronage. I fit glasses to correct any error in refraction which may exist. Registered under the laws of Idaho regard ing the Practice of Optometry. If you break your glasses mail the pieces to me. I will duplicate the lens and repair the frames. y Eyes Examined Free Satisfaction Guaranteed Temporary Office, Room 19, Hotel Perrine, Twin Falls V Show me the That is, if man, you can, Whatever his name may be, one with just a little money —and enough horse sense to know land values Falls, and we'll show him 80 —say $800 within 5 miles of Twin acres, all under cultivation, ings, 125 fruit trees, 100 shade trees, excellent dairy farm, for $62.50 per acre. $800 down and all the This snap will go this week if we have to take it ourselves. good build near canal, time you want on balance. Packard Realty Co. Commercial & Savings Bank Building can