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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - April 9, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho fcl1J V FALLS ryy IN builcHng ns well asitlle Qickel sfehool wrthbe eoustrncfed al so decided that the istreets bu graded up to an established grade all city then drain them more WTTkTttHlf Frank N H VYeco i OH moKiou irwtis or tq tl R an idea incorpurauuti bon a tide residents of i ho State o tu Ha ho wl1 h other do hereby associate themselves losrtM her resulted in appointment of Public at the tuetiting on the timethe council fortyfive Dues niption of fr mepurpose 01 rorniiig r oanjiorauon of which pecuniary pro tit noi and tiithat end hr wdopt and he it Xam Streets to Be and Rounded off for Better Drain Sidewalks Tn its evening1 Wtlli rTT session last the council seemed Monday embued imprpvement Role of the cully in plahtdnpr to better the appear ance of the vrho fur the previous day met with the dadaivtrtrrrs The appicabton of Anderson sahxm carry on bOs runby George Bassett wiw The contract for sidewalks delinquent the city was letto Motley at H ceuts per work to begin at Tha wos EASE BAtt PROSPKTS ROSY Many Valaable Players Are Now in the City for the Ti be base ball when over are still perhaps hurrying the seBMrrrrbutthfl true fatt go of hm grip on the tuihjoet any His a matter also for every busi ttp tur rfge iimtthis uil lUut the support necessary to and maintain a winning the outlook Is bright the presence in town of a large number uf the boys Who helped lo place tioe team 74n the Guy Bliss Kinney anil Uhnpln and the large number plsyera are not any of themtt bit should o us a team that cjean up the fastest competitor iu this section uf the Articles of Incorporation Drawn Up and Representative Busi ness Men Elected defcMthat the articled be is Tl he T objection were each njti cle vie by the Chair decfiired udoineu as Tlie purpose fur which the eorpnrntsou is formed is read tjach JifiYilimutid eral rtFlicle declared rniupcieiii nf public it thereupon t ub j the of ill various procexd the if forj ness and Srfd QoUarge r i Special Irain Reaches City iinj Banquet at Perrine the Same Even On riotion of t bfl it WHS or clectvd by State uf llie city and establish for every all construction o be guided toy aud work will be required such ity Clerk Taylotwas ordered to ad vertfse for bids for sprinkling he will ha found AriordlriaHce then introduced by the council to reduce the road poll tax from to three dollaia in v said tracK of Line lliesc will bp made into fastist sod diamond and oiit field in ami But men tfrom the and wH be possible only as the that win or lose city Is Notice to The Twin Palls County Bryan Dem ocratic Club will meet at PftVls compatiy on 6F the most hanuonioiJM meet oypr held inthis city thu i ew coml obiji an4 eleeted olliccrs for the Tliajiieetiujj which was held evening wa attended by forty fire bus iness all of Whom paid tion al that nnd thus Mhowtd their orgari The twotickets presented by tinnomniatHiipr coiniiiituoa both lilJeiTout representative Ttie close in every case so perfectly satisfactory the and the ter iTponThplr trnrtcg thoXhiSHrty upjiort of every The Kelectlon of temporary was left to the IJPard of but since uthe iueDbiinrtlie towunite company very generously ollcred ta donate a lot to the club if they do The latter proposition is beins considered in view of suitable locations U iilie and re the with ajrti cfe of iucorporation are herewith jiven for the benefit of business Btil lots wenv nin Chair tellers as 1oUnw Erfcnttiuday anil i After general diseVisslori ed that sidewalks be btultin all parts of the cify and to malcer order veby Side 8 men who at the meetiue TKvin Falls mefciul Club at ocloek Falls Transfer Com Hamilton calledthe aasem the minutes of the preceediiig meeting proved The committees on re ported two as folio ws First Booth Vice COFFEE BIRD Found only in Orijinil TRIUNFO Hard 3 sklladay aud M Spragiiie PiUe Treasurer Pilgerrim The cpmmlttee to tha pnjy paid initia allowed the eieo Pn Has a riph delicious flavor of peculiar excellence5 un own to any other possesses heavy bbdy and but free from all tajik or hitter trade the Cofffee is on every package and signifies quality and absolute Our plantations tKe Ceptral District bordering on at an altitude of 4000 feet the climatic arid soil ppssess peculiar advantages prpduce coffee of superior flavor Hundred in afflSed sub pf secondei by it was oJdtjred t poration with the sub scription list which and t of arecebs of ten miputos in whio those present mijjht pay their InJtiatlo so as entitled to vote th election of oWars was paid by of the folio u Thiscoffeeis shipped direct tatiorf to roasting plant of The A i pKKgqfr W8ecowe6srf rttrt of iwio in ihr a tinn nf a spirit of li and sorhtl jnr iti fiiMii I of Visit North The resul illuvvs V th eorDorutioli is lie transacted v uf the ballot wtis as U iv f TW in Twiu thirty one ty idulm l was by A Tire term li duclarud elected coriiorniinn isto exist is Jho poriuil i nfly years The 1esiilt if Uutilat ballot for The reident resiilLefi as ate and com roi of the corpsiat W i 13 rn I5U VeSKM i a of seven by dei rectors all of whom shad beeitMied i wo eastern aiisu ruinvvtHtint In4grestct the cast ditTortnt uf husiiieih inUxvin lared j finally at yearly of AlcClolJand of JJhe roe inherit locally in in the North Side land met the party M showed the I he aiul tlie cdmpleted seci TfiVfTnf ihr Nnrih Sidr TS the Vaucbers with water Till behind regular parsgnfer and made tho U to its Twiu IalU members of the party 17 vaa by the doclarcd On tuoiion of dered the names of all lates for directors be wiitteu each the cacdidates voted for ndicated by cross opiiositer riie The result of the tirst an 25 2J G 28 poratluli is have Article J un caplUil 1 Ins coipor it was or teu organized other 1V8 12 S3 pecuniary protit mid sueh other tiuns are consonant with the objeeHs of fhc el this corporation A boardof directors Ltrrines famous ianqucts iu tHe morning Visi tors ivire taken ovisr the usuftl route to and ward to Wednesday the pnartyjvill go to Boise to see that littlecity and to the raeniberg of the state other ufllcUils before taking the hocne ard StttlkeirB Me was iluly held at the City of Twin Kails on the Tth day of at which majorty of the e rs o f rcpipora u w e re presep t f cast at such election were by the Chairmaij7 declared elected On it was or dejredthat the nanaes of the pntcers electbe iflserted articles of incor poration and the US Ou motion of was order cd that the bylaws reported by the and each be declared Uy the eliair The sections mivde i frte face of the adapted On motion of the bylaws severaUy adopted were adopted as a Costello oEejed to lease to Club two floors of floors with necessary electric fixtures lessee to pay charges for current and pinuty doiTars per Ousuggestion Spraguef to the motion Manny It was or dered Directors be au if itHs nolralready authorlzedr reference to securing rooms for On motioji of Maxwell it was or tbut the Boaid of Directors be in structed to take up among tlretnselvai Guth truthv George joliB D curing lots erecting bulldlug for 38 to the cost of such riieathei eqc and to re porfcto the Club or at sucty time meeting ol 18PWJ vS 1 the matter of securing ani of so pnimoWoo of vJlcKlnlay ordered that when wa was t ilon of it was or t Of the Southero ol to 19 It 4JJ ectcd of corporation G J ti The ja of L all o Pittsburg Herbert Payson of al oFblie1 company of Chicago the GuicaffO Savifiga Trust of Banking assocjiatioa of Chicaoro A of the Stuart of the ttalsey company K Hutchiospn of the Ohio Sayfnirs Bank and ka and Stils of the Halsey in Chicago Theodore Pierce and Custard jf theHalsey COTnpaTiyjlii T Rjbbms and the Halsey conipaay of ISTew SKort Line Officials Succeed ing Stolen Property to Sage Brihh A smooth sneak thieyiiry was operator at Mini Ipfca last nijifat whea two junis succeeded in getting away witli of the pouches on the cart atj he station cart hadbeen wheeleci to the platform n6ar the water tank and opeTator was wailing for the WestboumT mail then in dis lovered thatthe sack holding the reg stsred Mad at the hurried to During the short time he was absent the mall sack was taken without anyone seeing the The loss intil Che next wbentbe sack vbich contained mail from this city and other Johnson ho has been soliciting funde to the i to the fiVer below the Slfeshone was ly every buslnesa man and the raised will be easily increased if About five hundred dollars subscribe to donate complete While tho movement der to give the vteltinij lodpe members of thp opportunity to best view yetthe will be gladly oyail v de3ire to visit f H Protherothe mail clerk for fvbie to trace was out and la the oustpdy the Wi
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