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Twin Falls Weekly News (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Twin Falls, Idaho r FEBRUARY 24. 1921. SUPPLY Board is Formed and the State Organised into Districts for Idaho state board sheep commissioners met at Boise last week and elected Fred Gooding chairman of the The state was divided into five each under the immediate supervision o resident Dr. J. Dade of Idaho was appointed as inspector in charge to supervise tire work in the state under the authority of the board and the commissioner of the He was in Twin Palls Saturday on a trip of i he rotate to organize the work in the different board has ordered an inspection of all sheep on food lota aa well as farm sheep and no sheep will be permitted to go on the ranges without a certifi from a district inspector indicating that the animals free from only dip authorized by the board is to be made with 11 pounds of 33 of flowers of sulphur to each 100 gallons of In i struct ions for of will he given by either of the two dis inspectors in Twin Pails One is located at Twin Palls and the i other at the owner of diseased Stocks 40 Per Gent of Amount on July 1, 1920 stocks of wheat in United States on January 1, 1921, aro estimated by the bureau of and the bureau of crop United States department of to be 320,000,000 is mately 40 per cent of the total avail able on July 1, 1920, and compares with 417,000,000 bushels on January 1, 1920 After deducting an average carry-over of about 70,000,000 there remains about 250,000,000 bushels in country available for export and requirements during the six months from January 1 to July 1, 1921. the 417,000,000 bushels on January 1, 1920, about 109,000,000 bushels were carried over into the next sea as compared with the above aver leaving 308,000,0()0 bushels for six export and domestic require figures do not include flour stocks or flour neith er do they take into account or wheat held on farms for seed or 12 Relief Plain Price Marking and Highway W. G. Swendsen Gives ters on Program Association Official Assurance that be Taken Bebore Crop Season Conditions Loom Favorable to Early Adjustment of the state reclamation W. G. believes the plan of settlement of tho Salmon river project controversy appears to open u way to final adjustment to all in is the impression conveyed in an entry made bv the commissioner in the records ot the state of Mr. it it has announced that the state will take action toward bringing about a satisfactory settlement of the Salmon project matter before the coming crop the week Ray M. secretary of the Salmon River spent some time in muft cancel tho entries the 75 and 100 local business men gathered ot Tom V cafe for lunch eon Tuesday the affair being under the auspices of the Twin Palls Chamber of Asher B. Wilson president of the presided and a num ber of short speeches were made b made upon the foregoing lands that the same may bo with the statutes and the regulations of tho department of interior and that in making such cancellation of since the same aro made by reason of no default on the part of tho the state is if not legally to return the said foes in the aggregate sum of this matters directly connected with estimated at 12 per cent of of He returned yesterday filled with enthusiasm over the for settlement of all controversy after meeting with the authorities of the reclamation and land Tn con with his visit to Boise Mr. Beauchamp makes the following Important considering FOUR SCHOOL in Court Reveal Unique Operations to Obtain wore reads from Benator Sea ver wirn respect to pending legislation particularly aa to the status of house 121, tho measure designed to at ford the finances of Independent School No. 1. Thie is expected to come before the house committee of the whole within the next dav | or two for The amendments proposed provido that the shall be operative only during the current year and that only resident freeholders shall vote at the election to held to raise the sum measure which came in for discussion was that certain ing for the price marking in dear figures of all goods sold at both wholesale and the price tag to show net | only the selling price but the cost as per W. C. Wright of W. H. | Wright and was Have Prepared Rousing Humorous Musical Play for Friday most unusual case of de- principal speaker on the came to the attention of tho I taking the position that authorities during last to and retail interests and local merchants reported having lend to endless controversies defrauded by four lack ranging merchants and their customers tho Salmon river project and of action looking W 13 to 16. The boys in completion of the plan to are enrolled in local the 1efl8t to Potatoes Te W and because of the though Probate Judge O. P. under the provisions of with Disease law to construct dip and all costs of same shall be a against said time for planting crops and the sentenced the boys to terms in the m-i levying of maintenance for the school at St. ho Hon season of 1921, Commissioner W. j pended actual pending G Swendsen of the state department j good The boys have been employing drastic Palls county potato school of reclamation on February 10. formal roled to the custody of parents in each board hopes to eradicate sheep which was begun last entered an order on the minutes of Idaho during the present ended Saturday All records showing that | Statements made by Judge the matter of mercantile which expense must in all cates tn the cost of each article wold before there can be any provision whatever for matter of funds came Cor 17- Weaver of member of the Filer highway explaining the status of tho February 25, high glee clubs will present a clover musical the Garden of This three-act requiting nearly two and one-half hours time for is said to bo one of the best published for The entire three acts of the nre supposed to take place in Persian jit the garden of the Ted Harding and Billy mining accompanied by their colored body come to Persia to work the Shah gold of falls in love with the and Billy with while old pursues Sam to his thinking him affinity in some other has other for 'a future and returns garden with an Arab whom ho wishes to is the situation set forth ia the act and in the remaining two many humorous situations are brought out the solution of the - entire production is under the supervision of Carlo H. glee etab who has been ably assisted in the spoken lines by Mary of the public speaking and in the dance numbers by Miss The work on the costumes has done by the sowing department the supervision of Miss while part of the scenery was made in the mechanic arts department by D. L- has combining Dr. few high school became a law when During Saturday's W. Davis attached his signature the thp 8ettIerfl tho and engaging the attention of the clerk question We keep Out immediately by a sheep commission of five bv the Idaho answered 15 the and the commissioner there not a action was taken when will be held by the chamber upon the findings and con- i while the other apparently lu si 011s of the secretary of th. in the touch returned by one of the gang ac companied with a note purporting to the These that the goods had regularly purchased and hh of for the was tmi Hugh of Boiso for the end this settlement may the money paid was always 2 t ad of T before the of the | Mr. Ault says the boys confessed was introduced by the season of 1921." the money was always divided the house M. A a members of the February S. Tti W. L. the ex for operations on a clause that an measure known as store resulted in suspicion and the mid it was to become a law immediately following the signature 0* Miller twin Palls scabies are prevalent refund to in charge he subjects in the of the juvenile officers and 8torage House irrigation of appealed for in working out an answer of the to the All four lads were Service Men Stoutly Urge Support for Welfare of Twin Pulls 8 to the Potato to strict watch over to government threatened to and it was felt dras necessary T tic out the disease in A sprang dipping before sheep go on the range is planned by the commis and of other similar thj gave pledge to keep strict over filing fees sind purchase price paid the his son in the The boys are The men mire was prepared by to make an inventory of goods hna the active support ed through this proceeding and to Attorney Bov and turn the list to the They will was recommended for by the then be required to find RESIGNS to make returns to the merchants j essale action of i RU I IUI I no known opposition in house as d committee on No. | to 8enator IT. Seaver exhorting his assistance in procuring legislation which sick and disabled former service men will be accorded adequate medical and surgical ACT 1. This Persian of of Am a Persian Hilly and Persian Your Byes Have Told ' and ob do of and and Shiek Soon the Wedding Bells 2. You Arc and Life Is Like a Story and We Were and What We and Did Not 8ilvery Am King of- My Desert known opposition in as The refunding of Loses Man Who Has Be en it Charge of Civic Club Affairs Over a TO SALT Appointed Over Miller will afford to the Attorney Black seated in a written it was his opinion in: order for the state to enable the who for more than to avail themselves of the year has been secretary of it is necessary to refund to I Chamber of Kas their filing fee and purchase Logan Unable to Handle the to take a similar position Scheduled Paso to Carey act lands as preference right to or submitted his for not over 90 8 and 9 twin resignation to President J. H. Barker Chamber Commerce Mrs. has made receiver ri s i ties p o s i on f 2 .-5. The offer of the Paso W Friday together with papers dent ' plaintiff declares the Miller con RANCHER OF suit tin against T. H. doing under a A t The on this comes surprise and disappointment to order to render the refund of the 500 Rotarians from Priee of the Salmon utah wiU gather in 8alt Lake V i. 12. made receiver and of directors terms of thu. 8 and 9 for the annual district the state of nas re er ann He asked to be relieved of the February 1' During the session a dis the point where the state board of governor will he elected to n claim in behalf of all excluded E. Bristol of it is came entirely the cash state as the purchase price the coming convention the welfare is to the senate The poft My Life Is One Huge to Senator Reaver | senate No. 35, Twin Finale No. 7, consisting of 500 ex-service of is expecting vour assistance in that will adequately care for Hick and disabled veterans | action is taken by congress as Ted ' for men and their 1 of the senate j Johnson INTO * all excluded lands in and of the Rotary organization will be up Sets Up and a vote will be the entire district on of the Grocery setting up the facts upon The program includes of is and a banquet and a signed the order * Mrs. 8,verulsen filed as a part of the the toi 0f following by Lako with of 191S, as E. King as will be in the the state will bo at the M. residing on ranch ting for and on behalf of suffered both physical and finan cial as a result of service rendered their country when their uniforms taken off are cast aside aiH left to the care of charitable institutions for necessities of life in order to fulfil what appears to be a political pledge of Perhaps the services of these men were not Worth to those who remained at of Best Stock In by the Miller Grocery some years as business is west and three quarters of a of refused to request The district convention rotates TV the lands embraced in the fore states the lo Shorthorn cattle to his Tfco and that the secretary of held in the i one bull and because of Ihe at Buhe and this run grade The was on the and for A. McMaster o. of all the word from Action to Twill patent any of Hie lands this vear decided would for The head of the herd ie an and that the to the convention sired by imported of and gathering was changed to Salt inhuman Stiver The carry service 8Wrctarv 0 f the interior were tq of Sultan Supreme 1 he to ask for and Arrangements for the annual A. Badger haB entered suit in owns a high farm plans the lands in the hands of H. F. as the district Benjamin F. Stock the with cattle equal to iut F. R. Dietrich in his of general Botary together with suit grade of the rest of Hie Salmon River Elmo V. Smith will act alimony and The bought from the McMasters Water against D. A number Plaintiff also are among the best m this section governor et and of national repute are decision was confirmed by the for to address the of appeals of the United are 27 clubs in the its decision bearing date of membership of 15$0. tember 7, 1920. ' ' i ' ' - g rooming Oh A 1^21:... The begun this for the of ending 12. 1*.>21 n Cancel because of the foregoing the of a retraining order to vent a widow from at off Lake following Acre among of the some time looking over the Feb. 12/ 1921...........................290,180 f'nited States to grade near with % view honses ia Twin Falls has On 12, a year 115,690 any of the lands in the the bv Dr. C Q. 19LM...... 5,31.i the state if its required this county this counts health week a and covering the The Gooding commissioners lands to the settlers entitled improving the road from the receive the iu obliged tr and highway ted some of the burden on this GLEE CLUB MAKES FINE at High School Given Heartiest Accord by Large Gathering high school auditorium was comfortably filled for Thursday of the Idaho State University Men's Glee directed by E The recital was particularly and the renditions the accorded bv the audience. Ajl were well tuneful and while the quartets were even more exceptional in quality and Solos by Russell received extraordinary from the A. of tho has been promoted from district assistant general manager and have of ning iih w. BASKETBALL 8ATTJBDAY. havjo made for a basketball gome to and Attendants Bessie Nettie Helen Margaret - Julia Martha Nina Mildred Ann Forrest Conrad Leonard Leonard Keith Smithy Milton Glenn j Joseph I Gale of Census 1921... a total of land irrigated in ' ty had 261,622, the year 1909, according ' V. 1919 the total ing system was 2;488^06.~ water in year was fog the curtailed irrigated | lands irrigated 113,537;J2mpiei 45,408} W 55,Nez 130,044:,
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