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THE FILER RECORD
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER BY WILL M ZENTZ.
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SUBSCRIPTION BATES
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Cut« roil u MvidKl rJ »•» mal 1er at II»** imtliilN«'«* *t I il«*r. Iiltlto, March 21. ISIS
Don't forget the Rond Election
next Tueanav.
Buys Much Paint
1'rolialily tint biggest paint sale
ever made in Filer was made ibis
w sek » hen U. F, Detweiler pur
chased from a local dealer 3W0
gallon» of paint,
will paint a number of building»
which be owns and inaugurate a
general t.dy up campaign
Detweiler
Mr.
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O. E. S. Social
The member» of the Kantern
Sur had a most enj i.yablo Eu»ter
party last Friday evening at the
Masonic hall. The decoration»
wore in »pring color» and the ro
fre»hmenU, ei insisting of green
au I white ice cream, cake and
<•!>(fee, carried out the color »chemc
The assembled guests wore enter
tained at game» until a late hour
and wo ere jreliahly informed that
the weight of year» »lipped from
mime of the elderly on«» at a cloak
and none were more youthful in
the enjoyment of the occasion.
Dull care wax hani»hnd and ui:
enjoyed the evening as it »hould
have been.
Thank You!
The Nemaha County Herald,
published at Auburn, NeOr, hands
us the following complimentary
notice;
"Wo arc in receipt of u copy of
the Hiler, (Idaho) Record a news
paper of which Will M. Zentz,
formerly of Brock is the editor.
1 he Reconi is a good paper and
shows at a glance that it is the
handiwork of a competent man.
For a number of years Mr. Zentz
was editor of the Brock Bulletin
and during all that time he made
it ot.e of the most readable small
town imper» in this pirt of the
slate. The Record apparently en
' joy» » good advertising patronage
and is a paper that ought to he
appreciates) and supported.
»
Too Much Corn
In the advertismeiit of the Filer
Grocery 0«., Isst week anti this
week apimar» an olfer of 13 tuns
of corn fur 41.00. This is an
error and should have been 8 cans
for |l. The price udvertined is
far less than the corn could lie
Uiughl at wholesale, but the groc
ery made good lust week and stood
by the price advertised and the
buyers g it the benefit of the error.
Tliis week however attention is
called to the error ami hut 8 cans
will be given for $1.00.
Governor Davis has kindly set
aside this week as rower r arming
Week. This is the time when we
I he time 1 « coming when met-hum
cal power will lie more and more
used and each progressive farmer
should begin to look into the
question, not necessarily with
view of buying at once, but so
that when he does buy, he will be
should look into the question of
Mechanical Power on the farm.
able to buy the be»t for his parti
cuiar environment.
Bids tor Concrete Work
Seated bids for tho con«truction
of oertain concrete curbing and
sidewalks in the villsge of Filer
wilt be received at tho office of the
e'erk until Monday, April 48
Specifications may be had from
said clerk, and the village council
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
D. H. Davis, Chairman
«I. M. Penny, Clerk.
Till! SNYDER HARDWARE CO.
Pil«r — havt the Famous McCormick
Hr.» of HarvsstUf and Hay in# Mach
inery. lit surs »mi |«t our pritii b<
fort t)uyi«|.
Coming and Going
( lass Piny ' It Pay's to Adver
tin'," May 2
Have good improved Sacres for
I ale on easy terms.
Arthur Deem left Thursday for
Salt Lake. He expects to he gone
a month.
K. C. Grave«.
Mrs. Janie Paiment of Dillon,
Montana, came here Thursday to
visit a few days.
Don't fail to see the ^Canilial»
at the (iern
,, f t||<) South >Sftw
next VVednfîsdny.
A good »erial Lue of the
Ci reu», " will • «tart ut the (iern
next Monday, April 28.
Mr. and Mr*. Ed Ripley and
Mr». Maude Day were Boise
vi»itor» la»t week.
Kd Ripley and J. M. Marke!
were Hurley bu»ino»» visitor»
Wednesday.
Do your duty a» a citizen by
going to the polls next Tuesday
und voting for road bond».
"It Pays to Advertise" will be
given Wednesday, May 7, ut the
(Jem Theatre. Don't miss it.
Dr. Hahn, Miss Gladys Orford,
Miss Anna Pugh, Miss Grace
McGinnis, VowellandOrvil Creed,
H. J> Hascue, E. C. Clark enjoyed
the day Sunday utGrystai Springs.
A. A. Timm and Melvin Hughes
attended the Hying circus at Boise
coming buck Monday evening.
Mrs. Timm who has been at Port
land for the past six months joined
them there.
At a meeting of the town dads
Tuesday nigh., curbing was ordered
pul in on Main street which when
Connected up with the curbing
already in it will make the curbing
complete from the Nibley-Chamiel
lumber yard to the fair grounds.
They also ordered in several blocks
of sidewalk, notice of which is
printed elsewhere in this paper.
The "Canibals of the South Sea
Islands," a nine-reel picture will
be shown ut the Gem next Wed
nesday, the 30lh. A matinee will
be given in the afternoon.
NORTH FILER NEWS.
Mr. and Mrs, Ward Griffith and
family visited relative* in Twin
Falls Sunday.
Mr. and I-esler Vjindle, J. K.
Moss, C. A. Medley and Mr. and
Mrs I* A. Ragsdale spent Sunday
at the B. M. Spellman home.
The little son of Mr, and Mrs.
j. A „arsl.bu.ger is reported
vory m
Misses
Esther I'ylo,
Velma
Sadie Tanneyhill
relut Fwin Kalis Sunday
, )Ten | n »
visited
Hasty Diehl of Boise is visiting
his brother S. G. Diehl.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ShalT visit
"led her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
jNoh Sunday.
j W. D. Griffith and family loft
rhursday for l aw Ange les. Calif,
(to spend the summer tm account
of their son's health.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ragsdale
visited T. D. Connor home Sunday,
Melvin Blackburn and a number
of his friends spent Sunday at
Shoshone Falls.
Donald Spencer vUited friend»
in Twin Falls Sunday.
8. 0. Diehl and family visited
at the Chat. Gambrel home Sun
day.
Mr, and Mrs. Ed Sob transacted
business in Twin Falls Saturday.
Willard Martin of Buhl Is
visiting friends at Marna this
week.
father visited at the L. A. Rags
dell hums Tui*day,
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America is proud of them—the
whole world is proud of them.
They finished their part of the
job with a courage and daring
best described by Marshal Foch
in these words to General Persh
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Argonne;
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How proud of them are you?
THE AMOUNT OF
THE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN
YOU SUBSCRIBE
Measures your pride in them. Jj
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This space Contributed to the Victory Loan Campaign by the
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FILER, IDAHO
Base Ball Dope.
A baseball diamond i» being pre
wA«UUfnirgi > A
gramistH.nl with a seating capacitj
of lOOl) will be erected us soon as
proper arrangements can be made.
A meeting will be held at Wood's
drug store tonight at which time
a sporting goods man will 'a* here
and the base ball unifotms will bt
selected. K. H. Ripley met with
a committed at Burley yesterday
to arrange the schedule for this
season's games, a report of which
can not be obtained at this time
Manager J. M. Penny informs
us that he ha» a good prospect for
excellent timber in that line.
Ml is« GOC*U:y PH Bf K
Rural High School Notes
—ARRANGED DY -
WARY OTTO.
Baccalaureate service will bei
held in tbh Methodist Church,
Sunday May 4. Watch for the
program in next week's paper.
0 iwmsovement exercises will be
T
held in the Gem Theatre Monday,
Mn.v 14. Address by President
Lindley of the University of Idaho.
Fern FUber wu atwent Uw first]
of tho week on account o5 illness,
Ruth Ruhr will represent the
Rural High School in the State
Declamatory Contestât Black foot,
April 25. She will lie aecom |>a in
ed by her mother, Mrs. Kobr and
Supt. E. E. Hays.
Monday afternoon the High
School was dismissed for an hour
to witness a tractor demonstration
held on the school grounds The
tn ' clor «• nwned by the Filer
Hardware Co. Almut an acre was
i»lowed during the demonstrations
Considerable rock, alfalfa roots
and sod were found on the ground
that was plowed but the tractor!
with the two bottom plows moved
■steadily alyng.
We appreciate
the interest of the Hardware in
the school and we are also thank
ful that wo have the ground»
plowed. Myrtle Musser drove
the tractor, thus proving that s
girl mu do a man's work- t
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j Joioe Imudor returned today
| from the hospital.
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Church News
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METHODIST ANNOUNCEMENTS.
10 a. ro. Sunday School, L. S.
Otto, Superintendent.
lia m morning worship. Rev
Elmer Gant Keith, pastor of Twin
Falls Methodist church will bring
"A Message for the Hour." At
8 p. m. a Stereopticon lecture
the "Philippines." A very timely
subject in view of the fact that
the islands are about to be granted
their independence,
A cordial welcome awaiis
"t «II of these services.
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NDNONirt BRETHREN
7«ki*s A»«s«« i«4 Jr4 Stmt.
. Evening »ervico, congregational
^ **' n1, ^ reec ^' n S
You ire cnrditlly invited.
K. W Will g a, Bailor.
BAPTIST CHÜECH.
Sunday school at the chuivli every
Sandy uiocuiu^ at 10 a. ra. Everybody
come.
EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
Preaching at 11a. in., ami 7:30 p. m.
Sunday schuol at 10 a. in., aud Young
People» meeting at 0:45 p. in.
All are feleome at the»e meeting».
O. W. PLUMEK, General Mi:'«iouary.
MENNONITE CHURCH.
Sunday school at 10 a. ni.
Children's meting at 0 p. m.
Y. P's M. at 6:30 p.
Sermon at 7:30 p.
You are inviteil to worship with
during these services.
III.
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NOTICE OF ORDER FOR C0NSTRUCT
I0N OF SI J E WALKS AND CURB.
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TO THE OWNERS OK THE FOLLOWING
LOTS GREETING:
I By virtu** of
order of the hoard of Trust -
« es of Hu* Village of Filer. Idaho, duly iij&Ju
: md «'lilt*red In the Journal thereof al a special
ineelliitf of April 22. 191 i. ordering ceuienl
»t alks and curb to I»* built in front and
the lot
across
lots descnU'd In said order.
\ on are hereby not itied to build anti con*
struct a cement walk or curb
conformity
with the ordinances of llte said Village of Fi
ler. Idaho, m from of or across your lot or Iota
hereinafter Uescritt-d within fifteen days after
the date of the first publication of this notice.
In the event you refuse, fad or neglect to build
such sidewalk within the time hereinbefore
specified I shall cause the same to be dune at
your expense.
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North Side of Block 21, Lot 1 lt> inclusive,
curp:
Burkett i Wilson, Lol I.
K. H. Wilson, lot 2.
Beem 6i ISmmerguist. lots 3 and 4.
J. H Bali, lots 3 and o.
C. Wertz, lots 7 and 8. ,
John B* eunan. lots If and 10.
J. If. Blass, lots II. 12. 13. 14, If» and Id.
South Side of Block 13. Lot 17 to 32, inclusive,
curb:
Case & Anderson, lot 17 and Is.
U. W. IJriU. lot 19.
W. Il IIa^curd. lot 20.
Mrs. C. L. Phillips, lot 21.
Filer Mercantile Co., lot 22.
Frank Anderson, lot 23 and 24.
Flier Towns! lu Co., lot
Chas. BemenUerfer, lot
N°rlh Side of Block Is, Lot 1 to 13 Inclusive,
Curb:
Filer TownslleCo., lot 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8.
Ward Blakeslee, lot 7».
L. M. >milli. lot ü and 7.
E. W. Kin*, lot u and 10.
W. P. Shinn, lot II.
F. K. Brake, lot 12 and 13.
South Side of Block 12, Lot 14 to 2C luclualve,
curb:
J. S. McElIhrott. lot 14 and 13, sidewalk and
curb.
Flier Townslte Co.. lot Id, 17 1.5, 19, 21 and 22.
sidewalk and curt/.
J O. ICiicliei *». lot 23. 24
.*ii. 27 and 2s.
:iü. 31 und 32.
and 20. curb.
North .sideof Block 12. Lol I to 13 Inclusive,
side* alk ;
C. MV. Thornton, lot I. 2.3 and 4.
K. W. I\ Iuir. lot 3.
Village of Filer, lot Ü. 7 and 8.
W. K. llur*t. lot 9 and lu.
Ju.s. Scott, lot II.
E. B. Ripley, lot 12 and 13.
North Side of Block 2,3. Lot I to U, Inclusive;
Mennonlte Brethren, lot I. 2, 3, 4, 3 aud ti. aide
walk.
North Side of Block 24, Lol I to 7 Inclusive,
sidewalk:
W. W. Summit, lot I and west 1-2 of 2.
Thomas Hodder. vast 1-2 of 2. and west 1-2of 3.
Robt. Smith. «*as»l 1-27 of 3. and west 1-2 of 4.
11. E. Mussel*, lot 3 and east 1-2 oi 4.
L. R. Musser. lot t> and 7.
West Side of Rlock 24, Lot 1 and 8.
W. MV. Summit, lot I.
Arthur Schot ten. lot 8.
South Side of Block 27, Lot 9 to 10 inclusive.
E. S. Martin. lot II and west 1-2 of IU.
W. T. i>oyel. lot 12.
Mrs. Sarah Voiinjr. lot 13.
; Chas. Ilnsliow. lot 14.
' C. I). McKinley, lot 13and 10.
West Side of Block 29, lx>t I and unnumber
ed fraction:
Il E. Musser. lot 1.
Milton Forltes. an unnumbered fraction.
West Side of IxjI 1, Block 2 Munyon Subdi
vision;
L. D. Allen, lot I.
East Side of Block I, Munyon SuIkII vision;
Lillian Wilkinson, lot 2 und north 1-2of 4. side
walk.
E. 11. Johnson, south 1-2 of lot 4.
Ed MetclinV north 1-2of ti.
Mrs. John MetclllTe south 1-2 of lot 0.
W. A. Moore, lot **and 10.
Earl Murray, lot 12.
East Side of l^>l 28. lx>t S and an unnumber
ed fraction:
t». C. Davis, lot h.
W. A. Walker, an nuumimliered fraction.
Signed. VILLAGE OF FIEER.
By L. I» ALLEN.
Street Commissioner.
Dated. Eller. Idaho. April 23. 1919.
Published April 24 and May 1, 1919.
s
Nstice el Order For Construction
of Curbing.
To the owners of the following lots, $rreettn<r:
By virtu»* of an onh r of the Hoard of
rmsleesof the Villaire of Flier. Idaho, duly
mad«« and eut» red in the Journal thereof at
a reiruiai me« I nur of April 13Ui. 1919. ordering
curb to la* built In fruul of the Iota described
hi said order.
»outre hfPi'hj* Iiotili.-.l to build and ooi>
struot » cement curb in canfonnUy wltb the
t irdinain-e uf > ud Village of Filer, Idaho In
frvnil of yourl.it or loi» li. n-lnafUT d.-scribvd
wllbln L* day» after lue dale of the tint onb
lioation of this notice.
hi the
eut you r**fus»>, fail or neglect to
build lh«* said curb within the time here in
liefore sihn'IHihI. I ahall cau.w the »am« l«> be
al your expciiM*.
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Block No.
owner.
I 111 t Hardware Co., I nc 14
A B MMixid .
Filer Meal Co.
E. A. Boem and Harry
llanimcniuntt ...
Filer Hard..an* Co.. Inc.
Kalhl* k **ii Sv'hildman
Reynolds Hum. .
Isaac Bccm ..
J t»«*iu Slat«* LumlwrOo ...
j H. L Axial in..
1 D A. Berm and Harry
Hammcmuiai . .
l»ot No.
13 and lö
17 and 18
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(»iKiicll VILLAGE OK KILER.
L O. ALLI A »lr.»*t t'oui<m»»K>uer.
U. H 0AV1». I rialrmsn.
.'No M. KENNY, Clerk.
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Dated April 131 b. 191S.
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Only one cent per word ea.-h Insertion with «
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WANTED—(ioo.l. clean cotton rags at
this office.
FOK BALE—»Subscriptions
Filer Record. Call at this office.
The
to
BEST BUY ON THE
NORTH SIDE TRACT.
97 4 acre« 1V* mile« from town, all
fenced and cleared, 40 acres in alfal
fa. good deep soil. This is a »nap.
Price »140.0O p,, acrCi »3,000.00 :s»h
Pee Shepard Investment
Company, Wendell. Idaho.
payment.
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FEDERAL
FARM LOANS.
Long time loans at 5<4%. Easy
payment plan. Res Dickey, next doo»
to Femur 's Nstkoal Bank, Buhl. »Q tl

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