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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - April 23, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho rw f FALLS TWIN FALLS COUNTY r IffrtONIlK Plans for the preached by the the Commercial yer to give its and their moneys held here and of the club to make just a little louder will start celc r and longer and the whole bitMuller of good gap taklTin single to early to give any of the jjijavnot too early to invite from Minidoka to Buhl wilt be the biggest event here big things are pra tban anywhere else i ag towns will hear the a good while commence OB jtsbeen iith last Sunday y children the Bidson Building Vary A WHite of Contract for Berry Swank the board pursuant to the for hidflon thBTmmnracinnnf ths naw school building opened the bids eveningof this week the contracts The bids on the building were in asmuch as they vantd greatly in the the bid receiving the award bo Ing about tea thousand dollars Instead of the contract being let as a whole it was let in four bids excavation already let and finished heating the building proper and in every case a of bids received together with the certified checks re quired The building was ffwauled to er District Numfe Estimates of Probable Cost set at Will Cover all Outside of District The city council at a meeting held votrd ttr proceed with the laying out of a lateral sewer The plans for the sewer have been under discussion for some time and a committee of theoouncil making At the have been investigating and estimates of the meeting lastMonday nightthe tseTepcrrred the expense to be aBbiit of this with Paul Kartzke of at White is now in the city and will push the fast as Fiteh Ball will be Superintendent of the con struction has been in cdrtference with the cTtdwactpr this The to Berry Swank ofTtfiti FUls for which pleases the ostis m in that a Twin Falls gets a slwe ff the company of Port Oregon received the for The board to yery best bids get the possffate and have full wotecteff the district He lcavea a wldowwd S1X regards td the class of wokman Ship put into the construction and they are to Wanted HIB address of a good build ing i J ZaiBpna violin recitHl Friday at High Seats Wish them a safe jouraey a pleasant their npw Is putibing in a num of fine in and has been suffering an attack of typhoid pneumonia is culkd east last week by the serious illness a it the school on Monday a pioneer of and citizen of Salt Lalu at hisresidence 8075 South Filth Mill Creek distriol ut Sunday morning of ShurtlifE came to Utah with his parents in When he attained settled the farm he and exception of a upotf brief residence nl Rush he has since He was one of the first subscribers tp the Salt Lake Tribune and during thJQ years if has been printed it was a regular visitor te the Shurtleff home He wasa membei of the Constitu 6T supervisor of highways were iue only office he ever a gqodcit izen ana the world is better that ht the loiter alt They are guard at the Utah pehi Shupt clerk of the hotol at Boisp Nellie Shurllefl of La andMrsvGJiarles of TAKE RUPERT BY STOit The members of the Pythian Dramatic club are very enthusiastic In tbelr iralse of of the onlypacked houge and applauded the but after the drama hud been incited the qlubto vecepiiap and ivnd fact gave them tttg verybest kind of a time from the minute they reached Ruperb until they took1 their departure the next Celcbrtion Plariiiii Tuesday for Buhl Dayas Planned merciaLClub to be WJ1 any learning that Fulls the coming the the Commercial club thought be a fitting time to express ID some of the regard is held by theueftM tract is the desipej make the celebfatTon generalj one on the yet outof Buhls well known dialikej plav and ostentation the given solely to a quiet all may have an opportunity nequftlnted ifith the man wherj possible by his opei homes on thistracti teufil wjll arrive will be busy all day but on Tuesday the pec pverjihetratt Twin Fails and help to show that we are not ungrateful for Amount of good he has accomplish1 the v committee on Messrs F H MulUaod Seebeck have niapped out fqlf lowing slmplofoim of entertalnmen e thvat it acceptable to the guest of honor than an elaborate banquet and talk In the afternoon the men will meet Buhl in an im promptu smoker atthe and all long speeches will be In the social time at the TXT 111 j hall where a chanceto refreshments young and old will have Light wfBtH betveo during the The entertainment cpmmibtee has passed the advertisement of the day fwuM over to the proper committee will have posters and programs sent out to every town on tne If possible the railroad will be asked to arrange for spicial trains in bpth directions in order reach Twin Falls and retuia uotno thesame grfek lettfr pin peap Re Noiifv Times fpr concert at Bedford Drug f sou be liiaf ma lair
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