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-— ■mi riftU 71 Payette J 71 PAYETTE, CANYON COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, OCTBER 14, 1909. ONE DOLLAR A YEi VOL. V. NO. 41 tXüÉLLENT*SHûWING With Fine Exhibit at the County Fair New Plymouth in the Heart of the) Valley Wms Many Pizes-Takes Exhibit to Boise. New Plymouth the present terminal of the Payette Valley Railroad and located in the heart of the Payette Valley is succeeding very well this year in letting the people at large know what can be done in an ag ricultural and horticultural line The Commercial Club in their vicinity, of that little city got together a pre cinct exhibit for the County this year and when the judges had f-iii-hed their inspection of all the Fair displays it was found that New Ply had walked off with almost The fol M lOU I ll the lion's share of prizes. towing is a partial list of what they and as complete as we are able « won to get it. Seron. 1 on best precinct display. Firsi on prunes in plate for size, second on prunes in plate. First on Laurence Pears. best display of Grains and First on g russes. First on best display of Potatoes. F'rst on Extracted Honey. First on Sugar Beets. First on best display manufactured products in the line—cheese. First on red clover. First on alfalfa. First on sheaf wheat. First on millet. First on clover. First on corn in ear. First on orchard grass. Second on cheese. Second on popcorn. Second on honey vinegar. Second on sheaf oats. Second on corn in shock. Second on Alsika clover. Second on timothy. At the closing of the Canyon Coun ty Fair the exhibit was packed and shipped to Boise where it will be en tered at the Intermountain Fair and will no doubt win many prizes for that section. The New Plymouth people are feel jubilant over what they. ing very have won. as the exhibit was gath had ered hurriedly and they say time been given they would more have been able to make twice the showing they did. BROTHER DIES AT OGDEN. Win. Maule received the sad news by telegraph on Sunday evening oi the death at Ogden Utah of his broth George Edward Maule on Saturday October 9th. He will be remembered by a great many in this community as he visited here in this two years ago. Many member him as the author of "Life and Law." Mr. Maule left on Monday for Og den to be present at the funeral ser vices. er section will also re NOTED SHOT TO VISIT PAYETTE. Between the 20th and 25th of this month Capt. Hardy one of the note, rifle shots of the world will Payette to demonstrate the efficien cy of the Peters cartridge demonstration will be under the aus pices of the hardware firm of Wood * Spaulding and further aunounce lo the exact date and place will be made later. Mr. Hardy is one of those expert shots that do almost miraculous stunts with a rifle or gun alibre and those interested visit The meut as of any in this feature of amusement will be pleased to learn of his visit. A RECORD YIELD. The first ofthis week August Sank beil finished threshing the alfalfa from a nine and one half acre field for C. Lundt and the yield secured is according to the statement made by Mr. Sankbeil who has been engaged In that kind of work in and around Payette for a number of years, best he has ever handled. From th nine and one-half acres one hundred and fifty two bushels and forty-five pounds of nice plump high grade al falfa seed was secured, selling now at fourteen cents per pound this represents a neat sum to secure from nine and one-half acres of land. : In With seed GERMANS TAKE NOTICE. The German Lutherans will hold services at Fruitland in Stegner's hall next Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. All Germans are cordially invited to attend. Ben Strobbehn. ORDINANCE NO. 155. (By Rezac.) An Orcinance Providing for the Hold ing of a Special Election in the City of Payette, County of Canyon, State of Idaho, for the Purpose of Subm.tting to the Qualified Elect Who are Tax Payer. Tnereof Question, of tne Issuance of Municipal Coupon Bonds of Saio City in the Totai Amount of Tmrty four^Thousanu Dollars (534,OOOJX),i, for the Following Purposes to-wit: Telve Thousand Dollars (612,000.00) to Provice the r-un-is Necessary to Pay the Costs Assessed Against« th City of Payette, for the Expenses vi All tmpiovemenis In the apace» Formed By the Junction of An Streets ana All Necessary Street ana Alley Crossings, For the Pur chase of Ail Materials j Necessary for the Construction and Mainten ance of a hewer System in ''Lo cal Sewerage improvement Dis j trict No. 1" of the City of Pay ette, Idaho: Twelve Thousand Lio. tars (812,000.00) to Proviae the Funas Necessary to Fay tne. Dosts of Extending tne Water Mains ano tne Water System of tne Said City of Payette and for Purchasing a Power Site for Pumping Purposes Aim ,he Power Necessary for Sucn Pump.ng: Ten Tncusand Donars (81O,Ouu.u0) to Provije for the runoing, Purcnase and Redeeming Certain Created, Existing ana Outstanaing Indebtedness of tne City of Payette Amounting to the Sum of Ten Tnousana Oouarrs (810,000.00) Due and Payable Out ur me rloau runo. General Fund, Salary Funo and Water Wonts F und /of the Said City; and to Pro vide for the Collection of an Annu al Tax Upon All the Taxaole Prop ety within the City of Payette, lua no. Sufficient to Pay tne interest on Sucn sonds As it rails Due and to create ana Constitute a Sink ing Fund for tne Payment of tne | ! Principal Thereof Witnin Twenty j Years From the Time of . the is suance of the Same As They Be come Due. Be it ordained by the Mayor and »ouncii of the City of Fayette, Ida ho: Section 1. That a special election 3t the qualified electors, who are tax payers thereof, of the City of Pay site. Ccunty of Canyon, State of Ida ho, shall be held therein on the 2jth j tay of November, jl9t)9, for the pur pose of submitting to the said elect ors the question of the issuance of, oy said City, Municipal Coupon Bonds in denominations of 6100, 65oO and 51000 each, payable within twenty years from the date of the issuance, redeemable at the pleasure of the said City at any time after ten years, bearing interest at a |rate not to exceed six per centum per ahnuni. interest payable semi-annually, in an amount in the aggregate not fo ex ceed the sum of $34,000.00 anB to provide for the levy and collection of an annual tax upon all the taxable property in the City of Payettê suf ficient to pay the interest upon said bonds as it falls due Land to create and constitute a sinking fund for the payment at any time after ten years of the principal of said bonds as'they become due. for the following de scribed purposes, to-wit: First. Municipal coupon bonds to the amount of Î12.006.00 to be des ignated as "Sewer Bonds" to pro vide the funds necessary to pay the cost assessed j against the City of Payette, in Ordinance No. said City, for the expenses improvements in the spaces formed by the junction of all streets, and all necessary street and alley crossings, for the purchase of the materials for said improvements and for the con struction and maintenance of a com plete sewer system in "Local Sew erage (Improvement District No 1" of the City of Payette, the boundaries of which are minutely set forth in Ordinance No. lo4 of said tit} which is hereby referred to and made *> 154 of of all a part hereof. Second. Municipal Coupon Bond to be known as "Water Works Ex tension Bonds" to the amount of 612.000.00 to provide the funds nec essary to pay ^ the cost and expen ses of extending the water and water works system to parts of the City not yet supplied with city water and to purchase a power site and location for a power house and water power rights for the purpose of pumping water or any other pow er and machinery that may be found necessary; for the'.purchase of mater ials for said work'and improvements and the construction of the same. Third. Municipal Coupon Bonds (Continued on page four.) DEDICATES BUILDING The Pioneer Building Erected by Lo cal Stock Company to be Dedica ted—Invitations Issued to Five Hundred—Payette Valley Railroad to Run Special Train From Payette. Friday evening, October 22nd will be a red letter day in the history of New Plymouth. On that evening will occur the informai opening of Pioneer building, the finest building m the city and the erection of which was made possible by enterpr.sing local people who subscribed stock and incorporated an improvement company and built the structure which is of cement blocks and «rill cost when completed 615.WX). The third floor of the building is given over to a fine opera house and the floor space so devoted is 36 by96 feet. The stage is 21 1-2 by 34 by 20 feet and is equipped with two commodious dressing rooms. The balcony in the rear is finished with a raised floor so that there can practically be said to be no poor seau in the hall. On the evening of the 22nd of this month New Plymouth has invi ted the residenu of Payette Valley to be with them at the grand open ing at which time in the spacious hall a grand bail will be given. On this occasion the Payette Vallej Railroad will run a special excursion train from Payette and New Ply mouth is arranging for the largest crowd in her history. The Pioneer building stands on the comer of Plymouth avenue and Main street and the comer room with tw full sides of plate glass will be occu pied by the Farmers' State Bank, while the other four rooms which trout on Plymouth avenue have al ready been engaged for various mercantile lines. The entire building is finely fin ished inside and will be lighted by electricity. Taken all in all it is a building of «vhich many towns larg er than New Plymouth might well be proud and the hustling little city is to be congratulated upon possess ing citizens whose patriotism for their home town made possible the ouilding of the Pioneer building. NEW TIME CARD OUT. On Sunday a ne«v schedule went into effect on the Oregon Short Line which changes the time o sorne of the trains to a considerable extent. Under the new schedule No. 21 west bound Pony to Weiser goes through Payette at 9:25 a. m. No. 22 the east bound Pony to Boise at 5:28 p. m. No. 9 the west bouna passenger gets here at 3:36 p. m. and No. 10 the east bound at 2:45 p. m. No. 5 another west bouna through' train goes through at 5:46 p. m. and does not stop at Pay ette. No. $ east bound passenger goes at 11:56 a. m. and will stop on flag for passengers. No. 8 and 11 are the two trains that carry the through mail and are absolutely a limited train and will not. afop at Payette. No. 8 east bound goes through Payette at 2:41 a. m. and No. 11 west bound goes at 8:10 p. m. NOTICE The genuine "Flörsheim Shoe" is sold only by John W. Sur. the Shoe Man. Payette. Ida. All others are not the genuine Flörsheim Shoe. Flörsheim Shoes can be known by Y M C A NOTES , nteregt ' in 'tli* Gymnagium is grmd ^ lncreMlng . T he ncw uJ Uve arnred new Basket-Ball ««111 be here next weet tbe name "Florsheim Shoe" woven in the strap. John W. Sur. The Shoe Matt. A \ The game of Indoor Baseball is played with a soft ball. Anyone can play the game and enjoy It It Is the only game for business men. On Tuesday night of next there will be a practice game of Bas ket Ball between the Senior and Jun ior classes of the High school. All members and friends of the Associ ation are torited to visit the build ing that evening and to witness the game. The game will be called at 8 o'clock, week All who are interested in a Came ra club or in wireless telegraphy see the secretary at an early date. There will be no Gym classes on Friday of this week on account of the excursion to Boise. COUNCIL CALLS SPECIAL ELECTION Ordinance Calling for Election Provid ing for the Issuing of Bonds for Building of Sewer and Improve ment of Water System. The meeting of the City council on last Monday evening was one of importance. Besides the usual run of business the city dads took •.ion on two different items in which all of Payette is vastly interested, j Ordinance No. 155 by Rezac calling j or a special election for the purpose of submitting lo the people tbe ques tion of voting bqnds for tbe build ing of a sewer system and the ex tension and improvement of the wa ter system came up for iical passage and is published in this issue of the Enterprise. The ordinance should be carefully read by all of the residents of Pay ette. It is the initial step in the improvements promised in the plat form on which the present city council was elected. The building o. ac a sewer system for Payette is now up to the proper.} - holders and every one should make themselves fully familiar with the ordinance and its provisions. Payeue surely needs a sewer system and the city council has given the people the opportunity to say for themselves whether Payette shall be in the progressive van of ail Idaho cities or not. The council also authorized the street and alley committee to at once proceed with the work of putting in cement crossings where needed and a large number will be put in. Hhe sewer committee as appoint ed consists of: Councilman Woodward, three years; Councilman E. W. Equals, two year» and Coun cilman George Rezac, one year. After discussing tbe sewer ordi nance and many other improvements the council adjourned. :. R. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. Last Sunday was State Mission Day with this church. Frank E. Jones, the corresponding secretary of the South Idaho Christian Mis sionary Society was present and spoke both morning and evening. The church far exceeded itself in the offering for state missions. Next Sunday will be Christian En deavor day. The morning sermon will be upon the theme, "The Gen ious of Christian Endeavor"- It is to answer the question. "Is Christian Endeavor worth-while?" The even ing sermon will be number thirteen in the series on the humanity of Je sus. being a study of his optimism. The congregation has lost from its membership the past week Mrs. Frey and Chas. Hartung, who have remov ed to California to reside. Mr. Wiley. Miss Fray Shafer and Miss Edith Kennldy have been added to the membership. Mr. T. B. Long has been appoint ed by the Official Board to serve the unfinished term of Mr. Ellsworth Coulter resigned, as superintendent of the Bible school. The minister went lo Caldwell on Monday to attend a meeting of the staje board of missions Mr. Ehin Hiatt is seriously ill at the home of his parents. They have the sympathy of the entire gregation in their affliction^ * Superintendent and Mrs. Long are spending this week at their island ranch. Tuesday night the Womans Mis sionary Society held a very interest ing meeting st the church building con simlltaneous with the Initial meet ing of the great Pittsburg conven tion. Come over Sunday morning and witness the program rendered by the Endeavorers and hear the sermon on their work. May be it will be worth-while. DAVID CARY PETERS. Minister. Wanted—Help to pick potatoes.— ind. Phone. H. H. Timpe. Just received, fresh cranberries at the Enterprise Meat Market. Birthday Souvenir Spoons—a flower for each month.—Strother. For Sale.—4 work horses, 2 sets of harness and wagon. Cheap for cash. A. E. Wood or A S. Soule. For Sale.—My 5 H. P. Runabout Price Oldsmobile. Good condition. 6150. Werner Klingler. Payette, Ida ho 4HX A new line of Sterling Silver, also Libby Cut Glass. Strother. NEW PLYMOUTH NEWS Bora to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Slate. October 6th, a boy. Martin Hannigsn had the misfor tune to fall off of a horse and break his arm. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fairman are enjoying a visit from their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Fair man. from Coos Bay. J. M. Shaw, of Boise, was renew ing acquaintances here s couple of days last week. tional church will hold a fair and chicken supper October 28th. The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega Any one wishing to contribute to this may leave word with Mrs. B. F. Swatman or Mrs. J. F. Creaaey. T. J. Brown, editor of the Enter prise. and W. T. Kirk, editor of the Independent, were midst Friday. The Commercial Club are very proud of the number of prizes that were obtained at the Canyon coun ty fair. The articles «rlth a number of others tn addition were sent to the Boise fair. Jack Maneely returned Monday in oar morning after spending part of the summer at the coast. Dr. Drysdale and wife and J. F. Crease y and wife made a trip to Caldwell last Thursday. Dr. Drysdals and wife going to Boise where he attended the meeting of the medical association. Agnes. Lillian and Charlotte Swat man and Phoebe Sheldon who are attending college at Caldwell, spent Saturday and Sunday at their respect ive homes. Misses Katie Meyer and Maud Ste gall entertained Wednesday even ing in honor of A. W. Wächter, who leaves soon for various eastern points Tboae invited were Misses Florence and Marie Ackerman. Pearl Wäch ter and Messrs. A. W. Wächter, Ar nold Ac^lrman and E. F. Meyer. Miss May Miller spent Saturday and Sunday in Ontario. F. S. Stevens made a business trip to Payette Saturday afternoon. Little Laura Dillon has been on tbe sick list the past few days Fred Zollinger and family are en joying life as farmers on their new homestead. Mrs. C. A. Strong arrived Satur day from Manhattan. Kansas, to join her husband who is principal of the school. Mr. Gray of Cedar Rapids Nebras ka. is here visiting bis friends Mrs. Anderson and family. Ernest Day is spending this week in Emmett. E. E. Cox. C. S. French and wife, J. H. Hanigan and Jo G. Slone made a business trip to Caldwell Monday morning. Donald Grafe who has been work ing near Glens Ferry this summer, is visiting friends here. BIG CROWD GOING TO BOISE. The indications today are that the excursion train on the Payette Valley Railroad for Boise tomorrow will car ry the largest crowd that ever left Payette and will for that matter prob ably be the biggest excursion train from any point in all Idaho. It is estimated that fifteen hundred people will go. Arrangements have been made whereby the train «rill be run direct to Boise and a parade will be made through the'main business streets of Boise. During the parade traffic will be stopped on the streets through which the parade U passing. The parade will be led by a platoon of Boise police followed by the Payette band. Next will come Payettera and residents of New Plymonth and Fruit land. Then the Boise High School band escorting the school children of Payette, Fruitland and New Plymouth After the parade the passengers will again resume the train which «rill be run to tbe fair grounds and the Columbian Band will meet the throng at the gates and welcome them. Badges, banners and pennants are being provided and with the nom ber of t- ap'e that are going it la surely going to look pretty much like Payette Valley at the fair grounds on this occannin. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST Advertised ing Oct. 9th. 1909. LADIES Carter. Miss Jennie: Edwards, Mrs Geo. W.; Irwin. Miss Mae 31.; Re fell. Mrs. Nettie. letters for week end GENTLEMEN Lethlean, Ben: Nick. Ned; Smith. Rev. A F. Parties inquiring for the above please say advertised. Bert Venable, Postmaster. LOCAL NEWS Look at Grimes' window this week. Mr. and Mrs. Nova Latbrop are la Boise this week taking in the falr. Jas. Swank left Monday for Boise where he will pat in the week at the •late fair. H. E. Dürfe« left Wednesday for Cheyenne, Wyoming, looking for a new location. T. B. Long made a business trip to Boise Wednesday of this week, attorning today. Attorneys F. H_ Lyon and L W. Ken ward are in Caldwell this week attending court. Ben Strobbehn baa been Ui the paat tew days threatened with an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Frank Fsikenstein who bas been suffering with typhoid fever is somewhat better this week. That «rise old soul Dame Humor baa it that wedding bells will soot ring for two of Payette's most pop ular young people. Rev. J. J. Tickner, recently pastor at North Yakima and ai Chahaiis, Wash., will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist church neat Sunday morning and evening. Among those who are in Boise this week taking the entire week at (he Slate Fair are Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Spaulding, D. D. Hambly and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Chapman. Mrs. C. H. Jackson and daughter. Ines and son. Frank, who have been visiting with Mrs. T- J. Brown for the past tea days left Wednesday fo> their home in Jetmore, Kansas. Mrs. Lottie Reynolds of Alberts, Canada, visited Monday with her cousin. Mrs. Nellie Fsikenstein. then went to New Plymouth to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rei y< The work being done by City Mar sfasl Henshsw and the crew of men who are fixing the drains under seme ad the street crossings is already pro ducing a different appearance where the mud holes were. The first of this week Chris Head richsen removed the old wooden aw ning from in front of his two built, tngs on Boise street and as this was the last of those unsightly structures the street presents a much better ap pearance. General Manager H. E. Dunn, of the Payeue Valley Railroad, is en joying a visit this week from his mother. Mrs. William Dunn and sis 1er. Miss Nettie Dunn, of Zanesville. Ohio. The ladles are on their «ray home after an extended tour of Cali fornia and other western states. Fresh oysters right off the ice.— Enterprise Meal Market. S B. Alspach and Henry Riemers have been doing considerable work on the roads from their places north of town towards the city with the results that they are greatly improv ed and show in a measure what can be done. The two gentlemen sim ply dragged the roads and if oth ers would follow their example it would no doubt be greatly »appre ciated by the public in general. On last Monday. October 5th at th« K. S. g D. ranch near Arcadia occurred the death of Alford Sehe: ber. who was well known in Payette. Mr. Scheiber died after an illness of ten days from typhoid pneumonia. The remains were taken to Boise where interment «ras had on Sunday afternoon. The deceased was twen ty-nine years of age at the time of his death and leaves a wife to mourn of T. H. McComsey sent his fine Buff Cochin pallets to • the poultry show at the A. T. P. expo sition. She returned last .Sunday proudly bearing the blue ribbon for tbe best Buff Cochin pullet shown at the exposition. Mr. McComaey feels highly elated and has reason u> be proud of the winning as it was made against entries from all over the world. This week be also has a fine exhibit at the Boise fair and expects to drag down a lion's share of the prizes offered. W. W. McEldowney, of Forest Grove. Oregon, was a Payette visi tor the first of this week being en tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Russell. Mr. McEldowney has been on an extended tour of sev eral different states and expressed himself as as well pleased with the Payette Valley as with any section hu had visited. PORTIA PREPARES 10 ENTERTAI, Ladies of the Club Getting Read for Federated District Meeting Next Week—An Auto Ride and Nul merous Other Amusements to Proided. Next Wednesday tbe convention oi the Federated Clubs of Idaho will coi vene in Payeue and the Portia Clnl of Payette is preparing for the em tt-nainment of a large number of del] egate* which are expected. One oj the features of the entertainment wili oe an auto ride through the orchard of this district which «rill be provi ded for the delegates by the member of thePortia Club. The following is the program of th meeting: TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 19 10 O'Clock. Convention called to order by Mrs Ft A Piuinger, President, invocation.—Mrs. F. M. Batons, Address of welcome.—Mrs. J. M. 3 Glinchey. Response for the Federation.—M Tuttle. Nampa. 1 Appointment of Committees. Recess RoU Call. Reading of Constitution of State auf District Federations Reading of minâtes and report of set? retary. Mrs. Kinyon and Treason er. Mrs. Hasa Portia luncheon at the homes oÿJ^î dames Wilson, Albert and Lader. TUESDAY AFTERNOCÿ«. 2 C'Clock. Mrs John McGUnchey, Vice fr presiding. Music.—Mrs. Peterson. Report of Standing Committees. Report of individual Clubs. President's Address —Mrs. F. A. Pi tenger, Boise. Music—Mrs. Turner Address—Prison 1 Reform—Mrs. win Snow. Boise. City PlaygroondaMrs. E. D. Boise. Discussion. E Fon TUESDAY EVENING. 8 O'Clock. Music.— Mesdames Shawhan and Ö via. General Federation of Women's Clul Its History and Aims —Mrs. Phil N. Moore, of SL Louts. Reception—President General Fede Ltioc Women's Clubs. Music.—Mrs. M. G. Ribling. WEDNESDAY MORNING. Report of Loan Scholarship Fund. Mrs. Bowerman. Sl Anthony. state Federation Work.—Mrs. J Forney. Moscow. President 1 State Federation Women's Clubs. | Mothers Congress.—Mrs. J. H. tons. Joining State Federation. Discussion. Luncheon— W. R. C. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 2 O'clock. Music.— Mesdames Shawhan and I J ns. Agriculture in the Public Schools Prof. Meek. Boise. Election of Officers. Approval of Minutes. Adjournment. J. M. Bennett returned and will remain in Payette. Bennett will return in the next fi week* Tuest A Hon. A. B. Moss received a cal gram from Honolulu on Wednea of this week from his son Lieut. H. Moss, the one word "Abated." On cons ing the Army and Navy code Moss discovered that the one w thus transmitted contained the io«ring: here indefinite, but «rill be The message contai: "Arrived, ail well. T musport Thomas. ** DRESS MAKING. I am now prepared to do xU b of dress making. First house ni on east side of Donkard church. Mrs. M. M. Hairing 4U2 A Pleasant Surprise. On Wednesday evening about t4 ty of the yosng friends of Miss a Dow as gathered and descended S the young lady's home remindings that it was the sixteenth annivm ry of her birth. The young foik* joyed the evening as only young ■ can playing various games and s| late hour delightful refresh« brought a very delightful eveein* a happy close, the young guests!? departing for their homes wi Æ for the hostess many similar and^ py aimiv ersaries of her birth.