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Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - May 7, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho Fourt wtn I Times is Times is the officialpaper of the city of in SUBSCRIPTION YL MAY TWIN TWIN Twin Falls to Receive Visit from Van She will for Boise Tuesday returning McDerinid is ylsiting friends in Dr MtHgan of Twin Falls open an office in Kimberly in the nefrr future Imv Ln g r engagedrooms at ihe hotel f o r that Summers has been quite sick the past few days but is uow on the road to FOR Tf SALMON McMaster Of This Cement Tor lm 111 IT im Fill that in the twin Falls tract on same auid that on the tract in which there about fcrcs of tine ought to make homes for at loast peo ac within Hve in theibwns that stated thatthere is only a smjiH body of EOR AN mm in Called May and Remain Herealber Time Fortyibankeis and head offljera of Wg bonding companies in some of the largest citieslii the middle west and the nouthauo Buulheni Barnes and Archer were n Kimberly Monday looking over the Held view to securing a building or church They have not to build a church or to purchase one Of the old school Idaho this month tolook over the coun and it is expected the result of the Visit will be that more capital will come into Idahos great irrigated empire for farther The party will leave Chicago in three private on the evening of May 19 and willremain in southern Idaho one will not ing miriotSfflces bond ing companies but will be the very heads of these and the to southern o any visit of any party in the The visitors will first look oysr th geat Twin Falls tract and the new SalmonRiver project and their tigatirins otTthese it infirmly be and may be almost positively will resulUn the party becoming aierested financialljTln soiTthern Ida lias bccn lilte sick at fief home hear as so as to reenter after aTnng Firat Settlers on Tractflies After Illness of Jyphoid Archer we under soon to be stationed permanent at Kimberly and all those who at tended any of the services he conducted last winter in Twin realizehow fortuuate we are in securing Silas Perkins of Hey burn was in town The base ball game played Sunday by the KfiftbOTly sulted in a victory for EimbBriys The score being 13 to 8in their Misses Carrie Hansen and Kate Lar Tom Jones and Walter Brose of Bock Creek attended thedance Friday The community was sad dened on Tuesday by the death of John McMaster from ty pholdpneu brict news was a surprise to many of the fact that few knew of his sick was not an old Trains Willbeued Salniollf River for A contract for of ce which will cost approximately and which will be used in the f lha Hi vCouffty Miss Edna visited the Kimberly school and was apparently in robust health up to the time of his last The be held Sunday after noon Sixth ave nue at two The deceased came to this section lowaabqut ago and located nearKimberly where had one ofthe best farms tract made so by his great energy About a year ago McMaater rented his farm andmoved to city were the family has since Mc Masters demise be cause he leaves a large family of youug children wife and mother in the Salmon river about 80 miles south of Twin today Shaw by MacWatters of Milne the general manager of Twin Falls Salmon Rper Land Water company which has charge of the Salmon river The which is the largest ce ment contract evej let in connection with irrigation is also the a he Pacific rairoail in Ne vada antlthixfassurance is he closing of the contract that the lectric road will extended from Gty Council Additional Right of tract to theNevada line and from IFeuca will connect with the railrdaar Regular Session Held Monday is to make a vixeFous STFbTt to extended to will thus be giveu another trans continental rafifoad into the city and thus provide us with would mean greatly reduced freight ratesami UUU 1 U1A and other eaeh The partyrlt ts haying bec6flie The country is being much the land is changing Parker Bold 1BO acres to three different Moore and Luft i 40 Consideration dealer and within ceased leaves a McMas ter in this besides his to whom the oj the whole city goes out in their With the Qrst shipments of Union Portland cement from Devils Slide to Twin Falls great activity will be com menoecTaad will be in progress all sum mer in the Salmon river hauling of the cement from Twin Falls to the iffieof the dam bids fair to be one of the important items in Connec tion with the forsupply company With this auroumraf building r i rf i i Upon application of brothers of council granted a right of way to the to in a spur through tenth and eleventh avenuoa in loo arid for the purpose of getting trackage for1 a twenty dollars ilevator which the above men have con will require about will when it and growth of Tofill the j ttrrlves at Twin require four contract will require 16 trains of 23 ti Qes ag many wagon loads before it prisa and if expectecl wiU take ttiiajlnerls available for publication at The visitors will come from the fol Rowing cities New pnr I Bertha Newbry and Dora Brown and Newbry spent Satur day aVd Sunday in Milner visiting friends and seeing the sights of that cars the total mass Shipments of cement according to the contract will commence in ashort time from Devils Utah to Twin which place the across intervering between that place and the site of the dam on Salmon elosTugTbf contract assurancejieyond a doubt is given that from will be deposited at its the sight oi the big Labor will be in teams will be in and wagons in which tohaul the cement will be The company Mullin of Have Agreed e BQW Milner to Good Ing wilt the Southern Pacific at Wells The cement called the contract ing the coming some being em ployed in the construction of the rail employed on the dam and still others employed platting new towns for the Salmon river tract preparing to take care of the settlerln lulu uuuulry tracted to The them put in town site company having sold rthe discussed the sewer proH and on Wednesday night niet met again to pass an ordinance creating the ATTcense was granted Pratt toput in a saloon within the corporate The question of the water pressure for city was finally solved by ttfe plan to put in a check in the low canal so as to keep a steady flow f roni that source with the heavy should insure of water for fire The sprinkling contract for the year was let who agreed to furnish man and team for four dol street conmissioner was given opening of acres In this will be Held by the compSny atTwin Falls The state department has notified Last week Voegler of Salt Lake I win be a 8mall of cost of the fn tha cement alone will cost segregation has approved by lyima home of Mrs tobe giyen in 1 pany with Mullin brothers of avenportT IirrStr honor of MissNettaHummelrWcdnes owaers ofjJjreoHtee 21Q feet high I lookI 111 Invitations are out to a parjy atthe lapent several day In this cfty A m ty A HI ifl i n piuohale light wagon ing1 the in superintend The dam which will a reser 6r Hour of iff estimated V will be G of New a member of the largerst firm in theworldT which now has contract work amounting to This company is doing in Idaho at the pres rose comeJnterestejUnthU section officers of the company that the big the land word being received to that effect by the state An additional arc Jight was put in at the corricr ot Ninth V and Twelth street 1 in order to abate thte dog nuisance the created an officfe cathcher ard elected fill the position r Miss Alice spent Friday and Saturday In Twin Alex who has been em ployed in Twin Fallsfor some time is again in Joseph Sudweeks who has just com striicted of solid with the con crete contracted for bv the 10 HAVE CHURCH MethoJsL TJ Aominalion JUaoDtngOji 4 May 08 OurtJnlou Sunday School is to be the effortsol andlywede cided to erect a large here fbr thepresent and later will put in the j IQ addltiQB to the masonary work on the flour From the townsite cottpany dam tfaere about a quarter three jots in block 154 were purchased Bpent in tbe oonstrijption of elevator tunnels fading from the dam to the WftS canal from which the water will be ob the lands under the returned home Sat1 a right of vay be granted to the Short Line to put in a spur to1 the SdDomrbse and family TheielSvator will buy wheatfor mill I for the site of proposed On Mpnday evening the matter U KMt j i AM ft Tl A 1 T pleted a successful term school at brought before the council in order that to returned home SatJ Hoht of be cranted to the Short The contact closed gives assurance that resented at the Sunday tion in Boise by the School conven Peterson ojL Twin Falls has purchased the stock of drugs of Kimberly Drug and isready for obtained tf a boon tothe farmers ifi as much can give higher prices for mill ing Er Noticeto Sealed prodosals for bids for con struction of an eight room brick school building at Kimberly Idaho will be re ceived by the clerk school district NoVany time previpas to one 231908 fiie oflice of said at Kimberly The board reserves the Tight to ject any or all A certified one hundred dollars payable clerk project who was successful in the big stated has been over the under the1 pro having obtained ave year been over the under tne pro lease on the building formerly used as a witn Truman in theBojti Uect and thafriHs about the finest land Mar being much tne same as accom Bpeciflcations building may be eTch 1 Veteransr You are requeated to meet Department Departmentrofil at Idaho on of May at 2 m at the office rade James in the First j National Banlt bulldingr The meeting is called for thepurpose ol Post In Twin reatly deelredtojcompletetlie iltionBeforp Decoration comrades vthere are twenty odd on the L Maj 21 nxlha being much seen at the ollice of Be 7 qat my t MARTIN v f SULLIVAN i Jamea v t t
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