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STATE NEWS
POULTRY DEALERS
PAY OUT BIG SUNS
Growth of This Industry in
the Weiser Country Dur-
ing the Past Year Shown
by Figures.
Weiser, Dec. 18.—The Weiser poul
try dealers paid out to the farmers for
poultry a sum amounting to about
$26,000 during the three and one-half
months period from Sept, l of this year
to the present time.
Roy Hurst, one of the local dealers,
stated that from Sept. 1, 1916 to Dec.
1, 1916. he has paid to the farmers
$14.000, one-third of which is for tur
keys.
The Mutual Crcajnery company
bought turkeys for only a few days for
the Thanksgiving trade, and in that
time paid out .$1360 tor turkeys.
D. O. Hetrick, another poultry dealer
lure, made a detailed statement as
follows:
From Sept. 1. 1916, to Dec. 1, 1916,
he shipped 7663 chickens weighing
80,212 pounds, for which he paid
$3323.32: shipped 2112 turkeys weigh
ing 23.
$3733.12: shipped 93 ducks weighing
465 pounds, for which he paid $46.50:
shipped 60 geese weighing 600 pounds,
paid $64.00; shipped 15 cases of eggs,
or 450 dozen, paid $135: total paid out
by Mr. Hetrick in the three months to
Dec. 1, 1916, $7291.94.
Since the first of December these
dealers have paid out for poultry a
sum that easily makes up the $25.000
paid out by them since Sept. 1« 1916.
pounds, for which he paid
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WEISER WILL HAVE
MUNICIPAL TREE
Weiser, Dec. 18.— Weiser will have
m. municipal Christmas tree, with the
following committee in charge of ar
rangements: Professor D. C. Neifert,
if schools;
*r, and D. I,. Burley
superintendant.
Wood, civil engi
of the First National bnnh.
The committee arranged the follow- |
Ins: program for the Christmas tree
festivities, beginning promptly at
p. m. at the tree
Song: "Joy to tlie World," by chil
dren.
Invocation: Rev. Stansbury.
Song: Ry the school children.
ChrlstmaB treats.
Retire to Wheaton theater.
Song: "ongregation led by chorus.
Prayer: Rev. Hemphill.
Song: "Santa Claus Has Come to
Town." children.
Christmas story.
Song: "Silent Night," school chil
dren.
Remarks: Rev. Ashley.
Song: Girls' Glee club.
Jlenefit collection for charities.
H. W.
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BIG RANCH SOLD.
Hailey, Dec. IS.—The warranty deed
executed Oct. 20. 1916, by Adalaide B.
Hodgman and her husband, William A.
Hodgman of Ogden, Ftah, to II. H.
Cook of Murray, Utah, for the sum
of $31,509 for 641 acres in sections 30,
81 and 32, township 2 south, range
21 east, known as the Silver Falls
ranch on Silver creek, together with
880 inches of decreed water from Sil
vor creek and all other water, ditches,
etc., thereto belonging, including a cor
tain water power right for 25 cubic |
feet per second of the waters of Silver
creek, has been filed for record in
Blaine county.
FORMER RESIDENT OF HAILEY
DEAD AT SALT LAKE
TTolley, Dec. 18.
Worswick, a
M rs.
veil knowui
Km ily Man'
former resi
dent of Hailey and Bellevue, died at
her home in Sal
hara
Ixika.
Him
moved from Ilailej eight years
Bhe wu
ago.
born in Adolphus,
ntario.
Canada. 77 years ago. ^h< is survived'
by an invalid husband, four daugh
ters and five sons Mrs. L. T. Brock
of Ely. New : Mrs. If. B. Goodin. Port-j
land. Ore.; Ml'«. Emma Miller and Mins
Hazel Worn wick. Salt Lake; G. \
Wort* wick, San Jose, C'a I.: S. F. Won
wick, San Francisco, Cal.; K
wick. Lovelock. Nev
Worswick of Salt Lak* .
A. Worn
N. and A. S.
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HOSTLER'S NARROW ESCAPE.
Dragged Along the Ground for* Quarter
of a Mile—Found Buised
and Bleeding.
Ed ward Braune, hostler at the stage |
station at the Stewart place, at the j
lower bridge across More creek, al
most miraculously and lndefnitely de- 1
ferred a trip to the mysterious here
after, without a return ticket, at about
4 o'clock last Sunday afternoon. Mr. |
Braune, with a team and wagon, was ;
returning from the little raneh on the |
bench northeast of the station when 1
the horses, both young and skittish. {
were suddenly seized with an impulse
to run and they ran to the limit of j
their speed capacity. The wagon ton
gue broke and Mr. Braune was thrown!
out. He grabbed a tug to escape be- |
ing run over by the wheels, but prob- '
ably would have », raped with fewer'
injuries if he had taken chances
what the wheels might have done to
him. lie held fast to the tug with a
phenomenal grip. Mr. Braune was
dragged a quarter of a mile, a portion
of the distance, near the station, being
down a steep bill. The horses were
stopped b • the brush when they
reached Ruby creek, near the station.
Mr. Braune was badly bruised and
bleeding all over the body when men !
came to his assistance. His overalls
were torn into shreds, and the toes of
his heavy shoes were worn away from
dragging
buckles of the shoes w'cu*e torn off.—
Idaho City World
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the ground,
the
YOUNG SH3EPHERDER DIES.
W as Accidentally Sho* a Fe\*
Ago When Gun Exploded—
of Barrel in Brain.
Months
■Piece
Robert Dodds, the young man who
was accidentally shot in the head a
few months ago while herding sheep
for Andy Little, died Tuesday. It will
be .remembered that he was found in
thought he was on the road to re
<*overy. About two weeks ago. how
, ' vor * mind became affected and
disease of the brain set in, which
fa,, 5ed his death. Before coming here
1,0 \ iad 1oSt a les ** ,îo was a native
England. Emratt Index,
the sagebrush with a hole in his skull.
The gun had exploded. Scv
the accident
ral week;
aft
goo't-Bized pio'e
of the Run barrel was found Innide Ins
skull.
ie seemed to improve and as
he was able to walk about towi
it
BUYS RED HOUSE RANCH.
The biggest deal of the year in
Gooding farm property was closed up
ago when Lyman G. Tay
lor purchased from Fred \\\ Gooding
the well-known "Be«l House Ranch,''
located on the Shoshone road, three and
a half miles east of Gooding. This is
one of the old ranehe and consists of
lor cultivation. The
price paid was 540.00ft and Mr Taylor
offer at
advance of <10 n acre over his
a few da:
400 acres, all m
has already turned down a
;
30
a paid-up wah r .right and was
a great bargain. Gooding
p r
Taylor this
Mr.
veek sold an
four miles north of town to Albert
Smith of Buhl at $70
ac res eight miles sut
an acre, «and 160
thwest of Good
M. Whitney of Twin
Kails, at $46 per «acre. Th - latter prop
ing to Glen
considered
rt: hi
Leader.
SNOW DRIVES ELK FROM HILLS.
Animals Mingle With Cattle in the
Valleys—Take Possession of
Right-of-Way.
Farmers stat that snow has driven
elk down from the hills and that they
are mixing with the cattle in the val
leys. They show little fear, not in
frequently mingling with the cattle
about the feed yards. One day last
week the engineer of the local pass
enger train found it necessary to stop
his engine in order to "shoo" away
a drove that had taken possession of
the local right-of-way. — Council
leader,
PAYETTE DEFEATS BONDS.
The voters of Payette turned down
the proposition for the improvement of
the wate: works system. A light vote
as cast at Tuesday's election. Two
thirds majority of the tax paver* is re
»(Hired to authorize the city council to
issue bonds for an improvement of the
kind. A total of 213 votes was cast,
124 of which were for the bonds and
84 against. This disposes of this fon
tu re of city improvements probably for
years to corne. - Payette Independent.
Humane Society Notes.
The Humane society has been par
ticularly busy the past two weeks.
There have been cases of starving
horses, sometimes too old to work and
cast adrift without food, water or
shelter until death brings relief fra
their suff* ring.
Whenever those causes are brought
to the attention of the Humane so
thc horse is either killed in a
! reif il 1 way, or, if possible to bring it
il condition, a borne is found
up to a g.
for it.
omni-present
inn, the dog. tin little Fox
Then
frond of
terrier advertised in Monday's Capita. 1
that almost 30 kind*
who were willing to
give yiim a good home. Today there
two good dogs in the city pound
are looking forward to being pro
vided with a good home where they
will be a welcomed friend. If you
would like one just call up Phone
2566-W.
there
is
the
N c w a
hearled persons
Speaking of dogs, in the January
number of the Cosmopolitan is to be
found Jack London s last dog story,
•Jerry,'' which all dug lovers should
read.
TREASURE HUNT FOR
BOYS TO BE GIVEN
A grand treasure hunt will be hold
from the V. M. t*. A. building on
Wednesday, Dee, ;
ing at about 10 o'clock and returning
All boys will be expect
couple of H4
Many prizes
complete instructions given
The
laavins tlu' liuikl
3 p.
<»1 to bring a
i with them,
den and
to the boys as t
only requisite being that, each boy he
over 12 years and under 16,. and that
their name and addre
handed in at the association building
|<>n or before Dec. 26. 'Full details
i be given later.
ah
ni.
ulwi-hes
ill be hid
their location.
shall
ED
HE Goldwyn Pictures Corpora-1
tlon is the name of a new pro- I
which has j
world, j
organizers are Samuel I
Goldfihh, formerly of Paramount, Ed
gar Selwyn and his wife, Margaret j
Mayo. The first star to be signed by j
the new organization is M
who ^hereby leaves Triangle.
left the latter company with !
the sihccre wishes of D. W. Griffith,
for whom she worked the past seven
duclng company
just entered the film
The
Marsh, j
Miss j
Mar.si I
yea rs.
DELETED BY CENSOR.
familiar figures who skulk
1 palatial homes, climb in win
and then fall in love with the
>f the nouse before they can steal
the silverware are to be barred from
Penns
Wli eli is to sav the Pennsylvania
of censors has issued a decree
ensoring burglars off the film
is. In addition to burglars.)
fiends and prizefighters came in
lor official displeasure, and also a
long list of plays of the Pearl White
find Helen Holmes variety in which
heroines arc tied to tracks—or other
wise escape death.
Tn >h;o. a moderate assortment of
burglars, dope fiends, white slavers
and ether sportsmen are permitted if
the piet:
ment. But no one piece bathing
suits or bandits.
The Ohio board is so displeased
with pandits especially that recentlv
f Villa and his fam
Tho
nroun
dows
baby
v Ivnni
is proffered as a preach
cut
ily
t of a news weekly,
official action
taken by either board
• silk stockings.
,\
yet been
against black
SICK OF HIS NAME. «
Am
now Harry Lyons is no
It happened like
more,
this:
i Los Angeles county, California,
is a state senator named Harry
. and the two were continually
g their mail mixed up. Harry:
Lyons!, the senator, kept getting the |
ï mash notes of Harry Lyons, the actor,
«1 Harry Lyons, the actor, received I
daily invitations to speak at political !
rallies, to forward silver mugs to |
babies, that had been named after!
him, to hurry up this or that bill
interest.
1 lead '
Gut 1
there
No.
Lyi
ffettln
Finally, in desperat! m. tho|
court and had his
larry Nolan. Remember I
lie next time you see a Nestor!;
y and you are looking f
' name on the cast.
«
I Lyont
• Harry
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IT WAS A FROST.
Dir
TH tor Fhii
hard built
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for Ali<
Venice sc no
gun I
g picture. "Fn
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take the scene it w as dis- j
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id Alice,
gondola. I'm liable L
eed it before
ve're
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Mae Marsh.
drammer, refused to enact a hugging
scene before the camera. But Ty al
ways was opposed to the squeeze play.
HEARING CLOSED IN
SPOKANE RATE CASE
• The hearings in the long and short
haul freight rate case have closed and
the Interested parties, Including the
public utilities commission of this
state is given until Jan. 15 in which
to submit briefs. A. L. Freehafer, a
member of the commission: Leonard
Way, rate expert with the commis
| sion, and George R. Graff, represent-,
ing the traffic bureau
I mereial
! from the Spokane hearing,
| were given, with others, an opportunity
to submit testimony. They are
ofjisfied that Idaho made
if tlu
(turned t<
club, have
Boise
vherc they
excellent
showing as to why the short haul t».
ints in this state by carriers should
a n
I be given
lower freight
to points on th^ coast,
was taken bv
on
long haul
The evidence
llenry \V.
behalf
if th
j interstate c»
commission.
A. M it.)
d tin' latter fixed tin ;
l-'ter. and before Tiuririo ontled for!
TO TEST MECHANIC'S
LIEN LAW IN COURT
j
!
ivolving t
A
rship of
automobile
likely
an
the supren
court in order to test
n
law in this stete.
*s li»
It
that
one Burnap,
iO'lllH
f an auto
a mechanic, i
I car.
ovv
bile, took
r to 11.
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Dip car, Bryant & Sons demanded the t
car from Mott, claiming that they and ]
It j
is that one Burnap, owner
las Burnap had only an equity. Mott
j claimed he had a mechanic's lion on
j the car. and further that Bryant had
J no chatted mortgage or other paper on
cord showing his prior right, and for
that reason the mechanic's lien was
the first claim. J. T. Pence repro
sends the Ford agents and J. J. Mc
Cue and C. F. Reddoch represent
Mott.
! Splendid suggestions for Christmas
; gifts are uptodate hair ornaments; also
; extra fine perfumes an 1 fancy soaps,
j Pat is Fashion Hair Store, 1004H Main.
Adv. D23
see again.
RANKING TENNIS STARS A PUZZLE THIS
SEASON; NORRIS WILLIAMS GETS LEAD
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Above: William Johnston (ripht) conBratulaling Norris Williams. Beloiri
George Church (left) and It. Lindley Murray.
The many reversals of form among the leading tennis stsrs through
the f ast season and the many upsets of dope made the ranking of the lead
mg players a hard problem for the ranking committee. Norris Williams
it.) won the lend over William Johnston, though most everyone admits that
tin ; for three sets Johnston is the greatest player in the world. George
Church's great improvement was one of the features of the season. H#
for! won third place ahead of Lindley Murray, who has been ranked fourth.
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SECURE MATCH HERE
Frank Bandeau 1s anxious to meet
some clever boxer in Boise in the near
future. In a letter to the sporting
editor of the Capital News he says
that he Is ready to handle any likely
lad who can be secured. Eddie Ryan is
now manager for Bandeau.
The clever Canadian title-holder last
appeared here in a scheduled 10-round
match with Billy George w r ho, how
ever, did not last half of the Unis
limit allowed before he took the count.
Fans would unquestionably be glad to
see Bandeau In action, again.

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