1901-1902 Business Directory

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Idaho State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1901-1902
Also List of Land Owners Assessed Valuation and Post Office Addresses Compiled From Official Records
Issued Biennially by R.L. Polk & Co.
Volume 1

New Plymouth
Population, 75. Canyon County. A village on the Payette river, settled in 1895.
25 miles north of Caldwell, the county seat, 50 miles northwest of Boise and 12 miles northwest of Payette,
the express telegraph and shipping point, on the O.S.L.
Has a Congregational church and a general store. Long distance telephone connections.
Stage to Payette; fare, 50 cents. Mail, daily. Emma Veazey Postmaster
Burke, WalterBlacksmith
Chapman, C. S.Exp and Tel Agt.
New Plymouth Mercantile CompanyEmma Veazey Manager
Population 1,200. Canyon County. A flourishing incorporated village on the O.S.L.
37 miles northest of Caldwell, the county seat, and 68 miles northwest of Boise.
It is the center of a rich farming valley, well irrigated, which produces abundant crops.
It has a bank. Methodist, Presbyterian, Dunkard and Catholic churches and a newspaper, the Independent, published weekly.
It was first settled in 1874 and incorporated in 1890. Express. Pacific. Telegraph, W. U. Mail daily. George P. Johnson, Postmaster
Alden, JohnGeneral Merchandise
Banks, John R.Livery and Saloon
Brainard, Clarence E.Secretary and General Manager New Plymouth Land and Coloniation Company (See Adv.)
Branham, Mrs NancyRestaurant
Copeland, John W.Proprietor Hotel Idaho (See Adv.)
Coughanour, Wm A.Lumber
Coxe, Charles B.Attorney, Notary Public, Depositions and Collections
Crowther, FrankGroceries
Crowther, MargaretMillinery
Delano, Francis B.Physician
Edwards, Charles W.Blacksmith
Empire Mining & Milling Company 
Farmers' Co-operative Irrigation CompanyW. M. Wayman, President
A. B. Moss, Vice-President
P. A. Devers, Treasurer
C. B. Coxe, Secretary
Giesler, C. W. & Brother (Carl W. and John C.)Lumber and Coal
Gilmore, Mrs A. M.Hotel
Gilson, CharlesHotel
Hendrichsen, ChrisMeats
Hotel IdahoJohn W. Copeland Proprietor (See Adv.)
Hutchinson, GeorgeSaloon
Jones, Thomas E.Drugs
Kimmell, Theodore A.Physician
Lamme, David S.General Merchandise
Lauer, James A.General Merchandise
Lauer, MiltonLivery, Feed and Sale Stable (See Adv.)
Loomis, Wm. E.Jewelry
Loveland, Horace S.Jewelry
Madson & Sherwood (Oscar P. Madson, Henry R. Sherwood)Creamery
Moss Mercantile CompanyA. B. Moss, President and Treasurer
Frank C. Moss, Vice-President
Charles H. Bussey, Secretary and Manager General Store
New Plymouth Land and Colonization Company (Ltd.)H. M. Green, President
A. B. MOss, Vice-President
Clarence E. Brainard, Secretary and General Manager
P. A. Devers, Treasurer (See Opp Classified Lands)
Noble Ditch Company, TheB. F. Bartch, President
Edward Straus, Vice-President
W. A. Coughanour, Treasurer
M. F. Albert, Secretary
Payette IndependentBurt Venable, Publisher
Payette Valley BankCapital $32,500
Albert B. Moss, President
Peter Pence, Vice-President
P. A. Devers, Cashier
Payette Valley Creamery Company 
Payette Valley Melon Growers' AssociationJohn J. Toole, President
Harry Aden, Secretary
Payette Valley Mercantile CompanyWm. L. Ryder, President and Manager
David C. Chase, Secretary and Treasurer, General Merchandise
Reed, John F.Druggist
Ruggles, Wm I.Real Estate
Ruse, Sylvanius W.Blacksmmith
Satoris, Francis M.Harness Maker
Scharfhausen, GustaveBarber
Skippen, AlfredPhysician and Surgeon
Smith, Frank A.Tinner
Standard Mining Company 
Thurston, J. S.Druggist
Venable, BurtPublisher Payette Independent
Wood, Allen E.Real Estate
Woodward, Ira R.Physician
Zimmerman, ElvinFurniture and Hardware

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