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   Twin Falls Times (Newspaper) - July 2, 1908, Twin Falls, Idaho                                15 TWIST FALLS TWIN PER ASKJJR COURT HOUSE Citizens hold Meeting to Dis cuss Bond COUNTY BOABD WILL BE ASKED THESAME OLD STORY Another Victim for Twin Foils In lnclble Twin Falls won from Hurley 17 to The same old was no match for Twin Wilson pitched a steady allowing three two ofwhich were scratchy He should pt had a shutout but for a little misplay in the right field In the first inning with at the Hager and Allen struck Berrier grounded to Wingo and thrown out at JPwteFails came to Holo SPECIAL ELECTION Bonds in the Sum of for Build ing and Furnishing a Fine Court Will Be Made Subject of 1 Early WITH BIG RAZOR m Carves fellow Colored Man In Bad Kan on poor return of the took thinL on Kiersteds sacrifice and came hOme on Ferrills sacrifice fly left Kinney out from McLaws to Second inning Robeson struck out Stockreder fouled toHolohan and Stout Robertspn singled and sacrific ed by who scored Wingo and Bliss both The third McLawsytutf Kinney to Farrell Stout wgp Wilson to retiredt the Tuesday a special meeting of busi men was held In the commercial club the purpose of dis cussing the Calling a special election for the building of a court house in the city Probably the largest gath eripg of citizens President Booth as he called the throw by tooksecqmj Sockrider threw Holohans and the bases wer rider threw too la QUARREL RESULTS IN US UAL MANNER and John LaSalle paid a visit on Saturday the 27th for the purpose as Mrs to sign away her home LaSalle soldehis ranch about a week Roberts and Bowers and family had a pleasant tipaepfck ing cherries at Judge Hansons ranch they also broke the Sabbath by picking so as to get ahead of the Old fashioned picnic at Rock Creek afternoon of the this is also given by the young Ladies They plan to have games and races for valuable The picnic will beTeTdTaT Jiidge Hanson started in hayingand reports that there is an elegant unusually but then the Judge wasalways a lucky he also re that mosquTtos cant penetrate his It good Voorheeamari and wife During the ieremony Bessie Kingsford played Kbvens Promise The bride was dressedin an ex quisite white satin her only or nament being a pearl the gift of the Her maid of hon Miss Kate wore a dainty blue silk evening Morgan Keep of Twin Falls acted as grooms About thirty of the immediate friends of the family witnessed the which a reception all of and after was when VoorheesI friends had an opportunity to shower them with congratulations and best 1 SERIOUS CHARGE Young ManWanted at Van Found Miss Mora Miss Mjgs Harrison Miss Bethel served punch Miss Brown of Salt Miss of Ogden and Mrs SoRelle assisted McManis in the dining The house seemed a bower of frag rant the wedding room being art hung in jaiyl Voorhees will be at Falls July EDGAR MERRITT WITH CHARGED CHECKS Ing to The object anda eussIoaofUiebulldiggof SL court house took place in which not single made and all agreed that Twin Tails County should answer maixdsforsome time to of the Shpshone county building whictf cost complete about was shown during the evening and ed Upon motion vntftri tn aak the com missioners to call for a special bond election vote erection and furnishing court houseTsakTelectlon to bef the second Tuesday In from th r V wording to the assessed valuation of this country such bonds would npt raise the taxes mprethantwomiHs s levy would be decreased each T2Ti county becomes more set Auditor Harry West was called upon June 4090 instruments filed 439 were filings pn Sal even then there was shown steady Increase ever the previous Hevfurther present 2 volumes of were Piled vaults t oL these 25 were the yarled as to comr More volumes would have s is off on KierS1 temperance lecture alt Ihesoiibpl house day r feftr pala andwitnea oldfarmer thoulfHrathe tockridersio Hag o short THolohan Robeson safe too mu ngto singled Farrell came to e a single Kinney safe on cLaws Robertson sacrl Bl McLavs vb caught Ghapln to Stout touted to WingoJanne ecelved by the and single the pitch Isbn singl Wingo Wlsj let Holohan flew to 1 him over pn CREEK NEW Sheriff Sattlngtoh of Vancourer Af rhed Monday with Extradition Pa pers and Assumed Charge of Prison Well Known Saturday afternoof Chief of Dyer receiver a letter from Sheriff Sattington of asking him to look by the name of Merritt who was wanted in the above named oity for passing worthless The description given was so plain that after a short Dyer was able to lo cate Tils man and place him under ar rest to await the coming of the offi cer from who had been notified of the arrest Merritt upon being placedunderar to made as his excuse the plea of drunk During thfi short time the prisoner had been in Twin Falls he r worked up a Fourth of Jujy ad vertising program and wasgoing to square up the account in Vancouver if the arrival of the letter had not cut short his opportunity tosjnake Monday afternoon the Sheriff Sattington arrived with the extradition papers had secured at Boise and left on the even ing ttain with his in Falls two years and was engaged forsome timeas upon the Newsrandwhile heremade a many friends who were pained to near of his from the paths of The young man presented a appearance and could have easily recourse to acts that landed him in the hands of the memory gave anumberof jj record r capacity of He fgave as near as possible the value of complete vol which was labor and on its Jbasjs the has about wfien get mn 11MJ rell pitcher JCinney McLaws to eighth Robeson hit an efesy o HolPhan Sockrider iorced Rot rorwarpot a scrateh down third line and McLaws caught on sec1 Chapln to Holohan to Kinney Stout safe when Chapln dropped stpre and house Mr Johnson expects to leave for few days to ail ice his AllUndSrWeTiSPthe BauiBHdse as betterjuck gextjtlme and dont selectany of theae wlm appeSrtog p to and until the hour of July 13 for 100 tons of good coal suitable for furnace to be delivered at the f The board reserves the fight to reject any and all BOOTH TO ENLARGE The Booth Dry Qoods company is preparing to take over the adjacent ofrobm nowoccupied bythe Jamons an arcn into 729 u and Mrs Roberts accom panied by Miss Edith Bowers paid Klmberly a visit horse from as they wrong arid then Its just a af ter that when some body is up in the air and the earthcomes up to meet so as to make the fall as easy as Trrt Episcopalian church preadnea in the Rpck creek school Friday night Grimes was suddenly called away from this tract on hear ing the news that his father was ser notice to It thelcity do not com UP yardr the matter will taken in charge by the police depart ment and the nuisance All charges for such work will be assess health d d The Its present room ofr gents furnishings and add to its making a most complete and uptodate a stock of The space occupied by gents goods will be filled by the large stock of ladies ready made goods which Boofh willput jn for fall and which he expects to pur chase on his trip to New Tork this expects coats than ever before and wlil ftp doubt make an excellent showing and the usual Booth excellence and style willbe if th toe safe guarded1 se of loss records made since eidivision of the county never pr The above should by every vpter when he conptdered that in case of fire his own put out stealing Robertson doubled and was put out trying to Chapplns sacri fiqe Bliss Sockrider to The Last Tudsburry went into onned out on 10 pitche Grimes expected to Thursday eyening a the home of and McManis Occurred one of the prettiest weddings ever wit nessed in At Hunt solemnwords which made Myrtle McManis and John forcement of the ordinance passes by the city Chief of country and It Is detfiWnined to keep Booth has opened a store In Jerome and is confi dent Pf its S H Booth will no doubt bring pack Closing Out H BoothDryGoodscompanyare closthe beatthe market affords ing out all millinery at cost and I from the you cannot tford Wt   

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