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medicine for iixat cold? m ^ V^ne ^ot it f i of t it _! U N V y. |$Yi>uq — If s \ r* V ed 1 A in STOP that cold. If you don't you may have pneumonia and die. This is plain talk, but you had better heed warning. When you come to us for medicines for your or anything else wrong with you, we sell you the preparations science and honesty can compound. our cold best in Skeels-Wiley Drug Co. We Take Cai'e Local and Personal v Mrs. P. H. Crow was in Buh! Satur day visiting with friends. F, M. Fisher spent Sunday in Twin Falls from his home in Buhl. William Bevercomb spent Sunday in Buhl visiting with friends. J. J. Carlson, of Murtaugh, was in town Monday looking after business affairs. J. B. Stocking, of Hollister, was in the city over Sunday visiting with friends, \ H. C. VanaiffedoTii spen\ of last week on hfe farm neighborhood,. i rgéver farm in th dav FL* Cashier J. S. Bussell, of the Roger jSon State bank, spent Sunday in the city with friends. W, R. Hvatt, a business man of Rupert, was in the city for a day the middle of the week. Henry Sievers, of Kimberly, trans acted business in the county seat Sat urday of last week. C. E Lind, of the Und Automobile company, spent Saturday in Buhl on business for his company. William D. Reynolds, of Mountain Home, spent Saturday in Twin Fails, being called here on business mat ters. E. L. Macvicar returned Satu^pL from Des Moines, Iowa, where been for a couple of weeks on busi ness. Miss Bess Glenn went fo Filer Sun day noon where she visited with her sister, Mrs. William Bunce between traiins. EXTRAORDINARY > It gives me great pleasure to announce that I have fitted over 2000 people with glasses in Twin Falls since 1910. Many of these people have been fitted time and again, without results, until they came to me. My success is due to the fact that I have made a special study of the eye and done nothing but optical work exclusively, for the past 17 years. My work speaks for itself. My prices are the very lowest for first-class work. If you are in need of optical work, don't fail to consult me. Dr. Robt. A. Parrott EXPERT OPTOMETRIST 115 Main Ave. East. Phone 219-J - - the patronage ef any w ho wMA HÊtÊ. class work. —Ady. Feb. lg-Ht-apyjl; Olson. extended to all members and friends. Central Bail tine. Largest Stock of New & Second Hand Furniture in the City.. Hoosier New & Second Hand Store 207 i Shoshone Street % r 9 •A rt, ; 'M P. P. Haines is in the city from his dry farm south of Rogerson. R. T. Edwards transacted business in Twin Falls Monday from Filer. in S. A. Buchanan was a visitor over Sunday in the city from Rogerson. Archie Graham transacted business on the west end of the tract for a day the last of the week. W. H. Turner of the Kimberly State bank, was in the city Saturday looking after business affairs. C. A. McMaster, of the firm of Smith & McMaster, transacted business in Filer Friday afternoon. C, Carlton, of Filer, was a busi ness visitor in the county seat for a day the last of the week. .1. A. Walker was a business visitor in the Filer iiieighborhood Saturday afternoon of last week. Atty. James H. Wise returned Sun day noon from Hailey, where he had been on legal business. Charles Kevan will move in a short time fro mthis city to his farm in the Berger neighborhood. Prof. J. Bracken, who has charge of the Hollister public schools was in the city over Sunday, visiting with his parents. Mrs, W. «W. Taylor and daughter, were in the city Friday from their home in Filer, visiting with relatives and friends. Miss Mildred Barger arrived ir. the <dty Saturday from her home in Sho shone for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edward A. Walters. Mrs. Everett Sweeley and daughter returned „.home the lather part of the epk troin a months Visit with mooitfr in Spokane. - H. 0. nrown transacted business in Filer for a day the bist of the week. T. M. Atkin, of Rock ('reek, •spent a day or two of last week in Twin Falls. J. E. Bower, of Artesian City, was in Twin Falls for a day or two of last week. Dr. Sullivan, hog holera specialist, of Twin Fulls, was in Burley Tuesday. —Burley Advocate. E. G. Wilson, of Eden, transacted business in Twin Falls Friday and Sat urday of last week. Morrison Aitkin, *x>f Jerome, business visitor in the city for a day the middle of the week. was a W. II. Craven, the Hollister banker was a business visitor in the county seat for a day the middle of the week. L. ,T. White, of the White Plumbing company, was a business visitor in Filer for a day the last of the week. E. B. Ripley, who is engaged in the real estate business in Filer, transact ed business in Twi.n Falls for a day the middle of the week. H. J. Weaver, who is engaged in farming and the real estate business in Filer, transacted business in Twin Falls Friday of last week. Homer C. Mills, prosecuting attor ney of Minidoka county, was in the city for a day the middle of the week on business of a legal nature. Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. West were visitors in the county seat for a day the last of the week from their home in the Kimberly neighborhood. E. S. Johnson, of the Johnson Auto Sales company, returned Saturday from Rupert and Burley, where he had been looking after business affairs. Ernest Gates, architect for the new Methodist church in Rupert, was in that city the middle of the week, on business 'pertaining to that building. Rev. T. C. lliff, of Denver, Colo., was in the city for a day the middle of the week. Methodist church in Rupert Sunday. Dr. Iliff dedicated the new If You Have Property Anywhere in the U. S. that You Would Like to Trade for Twin Falls Realty List it with Us. There is a great deal of land here owned by non-residents who have found it unsatisfactory to own property which they can not give their personal attention and who will give a good trade for holdings near them. Sanger Realty and Investment Co. 143 Main Avenue Ea^t Attorney M. J. Sweeley returned Saturday from Boise, where he had been for several days on business. While in the capital city, he attended the Lincoln Day celebration. Thomas R. Beason, manager of the Utah Construction company ranches in Nevada, was in Twin Falls for a day or two of last week from San Jacinto, on business for bis company. Jerry Emery is in the city from Ced ar Draw, in the western part of the county. Mr. Emery is here attending the February session of the, district court, as a witness In a criminal case. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson and child ren arrived in Rupert yesterday morn ing from Twin Falls and will spend a week here on business and visiting with relatives.-—Rupert Pioneer-Rec ord. Dennis Holahan won the Imperial Hotel diamond trophy at Portland the first of the week at the gun club there with a score of 95. This is Mr. Hola hans third trophy within the past month.—Burley Bulletin. 1 Rev. H. W. Parker, dstrict superin tendent of the Methodist church for this district, spent Sunday in Rupert, where he assisted in dedicating the new Methodist church of that city. He was accompaned by rMs. Parker. E. W. Rising was in the city Mon day from Shoshone, shipping his households goods to the Lincoln coun ty capital. Mr. Rising is manager for the Great Shoshone and Twin Falls Light and Power company in Sho shone. G. Johnson and O. Martinson were before Police Judge Smith Monday morning to answer to the charge of be ing drunk and disorderly. Both men pleaded guilty, Johnson was given sev en and one-half days in jail, while Martinson paid a fine of $10.00 and costs. 7 Miss Francis Olson'returned Satur day from Boise, where ahe had been visiting with relative* for several weeks. She was accompanied home I bv her sister, Mrs. J. L. Bussv, who will visit Jor some time with her fa-1 ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry | Olson. R. M. Monger transacted business in Twin Falls Tuesday from Hollister. W. H. Gasser of Buhl, spent Friday in town looking after business affairs. !*• I* Patrick was a business visitor on the west end of the tract Monday. Mrs. J. \\. Tanner was a shopping visitor in the city Tuesday fi»ni Fygr. Vas in the city Tuesday looking after business matters. L. O. Evans, of Berger, E. O. Spielberg left Tuesday for his orchard tracts in the Ferguson Mat country. Hanker M. it. Provost transacted business in Twin Falls Tuesday from Hansen. T. F. Felt.ner is in the city from his home in Boise, looking utter busi ness affairs. P. P. Freeman was a business vis itor in Twin Falls Tuesday from the Hollister neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. John B. White came in from Salt Lake on Sunday, whege tlje>> had been on a wedding trip, F — Oscar Baker, of Buhl, transacted business in the county capital for a day the middle of the week. E. U. McIntyre, a farmer of Rock Creek, is in the city and will be here for several days on business. E. J. Hor.nibrook, who is engaged in farming near Berger, was in the city Tuesday transacting business. A. L. Houghtelin, a farmer of the Sucker Flat neighborhood, is in town looking after business matters The ladies of the Episcopal church will hold a coked food sale next Sat urday, February 20, in the Booth Merc, store. ^_ Attorney A. M. Bowen left Monday evening for Boise, where he will look after a case in the supreme court of the state._ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeney and baby daughter Arrived today from. Dayton, Wash,, and are visiting rela tives in Twin Falls. Geo. A. Martin, who is engaged in mining in the Contact copper camp, is in the city and will be here for sev eral days on business. C. II. Arbuckle, deputy United States marshal for the district of, Idaho, in the city from Boise on business pertaining to his office. Dan Turnipseed transacted busines in the county seat for a day the last of the week from his farm in the Sucker Flat, neighborhood. II. E. was Cornell, engineer with the State Highway Commission, is in the city on business in regard to construc tion of the highway in this county. Assistant Postmaster Ralph Leigh ton returned Tuesday ahtre he had been from Boise, as a witness be fore the United States grand jury. \V. C. lliff, who Is engaged in farm ing on the Salmon river tract, Amsterdam, Twin Falls for several days of last week. near transacted business in Ira I.racivfctt cattle one of the extensive ■C'\v rs of the Three Creek country, ■- ir, the city looking t „ in the dbuict court in which Vo is interested. H. Peterson, who is engaged in farming and stockraising in the Rock Creek neighborhood", seat visitor for a couple of days the last of the we-ek. was a bounty Edward S. Smith, engineer for the State Highway Commission, is in the city and will appear before the coun ty commissioners in regard to repair ing the Shoshone falls grade, accompanied by Mrs. Smith He is Mrs. E. S. Townsend, who has been visiting with her nephew, Irvin Clay, agent for the American Express com pany, will leave Saturday for New oi k City, where she will embark lor England to visit with relatives for several months. The ladies of the Episcopal guild will maet at the home of Mrs. H. P Laird on Thursday afternoon, Febru ary 18. The ladies are requested to bring thimbles aud needles as there is work to do. A cordial Invitation is extended to all members and friends. Charles Macauley was a business vis itor in Buhl Monday afternoon. J. R. Hinton transacted business in the county seat Monday from his home at Hansen. Mrs. Ralph Leighton and children returned Monday from a visit with relatives at Eden. — Lee Mauldin, who is engaged in the cattle business in the Salmon country, is in town acting as a wit ness in a criminal case in the district court. river A. L. Hiltbruner was in the city from his farm on the north side. He remained over until Tuesday so as to hear Eugene V. Debs lecture Monday evening. County Commissioner and Mrs. D. P. Albee are in the city from their home on Rock Creek. Mr. Albee is here to attend a meeting of the hoard of county commissioners. Miss Pearl McClellan, daughter of C. M. McClellan, died at the family home at Monrovia, California, Wednesday, February 10, of consumption. was a funner Twin Falls girl and her many friends here will join the aged father in his great sorrow. Miss McClellan SOCIETY NOTES Society items for this column will be gladly received by The Times. The Younger Set enjoyed a dance at Cotillion hall last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Conover en tertained informally at dinner Sunday. Miss Fannie Hart has issued invi tations for Monday afternoon, honor ing Miss Besse Joyce, of Chicago. The young ladies of the junior lit erary society entertained the young men of the society with an evening party Saturday at the high school After listening to a program, dancing was enjoyed and a light lunch was served. Thursday evening Mrs. Kyle Waite enteartained for her sister, Miss Del la Brock, in Jewell hall. The hall was profusely decorated in hearts and valentines, while progressive "hearts' was the pastime of the evening. A two course lunch was served. Prominent among the social events of last week was the formal dance at the Justamere Inn, given by the young men of the Inn. Hearts and cupids were the decorations, while long streamers of red crepe coveam the windows. Punch was sa4wed throughout the evening and a dainty lunch at the close. * Mis Thelma Senior was most agree- a ably surprised last aturday eveningy when about twenty of her friemb» marched in unannounced. Her motl er had planned the surprise, the oc casion being her birthday. Hearts dee\ orated the rooms. Games were pi ay A ed and a general good time enjoyed until a late hour when a lunch wa^f served. our nve J Complimentary to Miss Besse Joyce, of Chicago, was the informal "at home" given by Miss Rosalyn Putnam, last Saturday evening. Games and dancing were enjoyed, the eveuing be ing concluded with a Chili supper. Those invited were: Misses Urace Barger, Marie Roberts, Fannie Hart, Thelma Conover, Besse Joyce and Messrs. Taber, Hart, Gircfner, Chain Girdner, Costello, Cox, Ralph Cox, Ep ier and Dovery. One of the large parties recently given was the Bridge Luncheon at which Mesdames Clouchek and Guthrie were the hostesses. The guests were seated around three large tables, which were centered with pink carna tions. In the spirited game of Auc tion Bridge, Mrs. Hamilton carried off the first prize, a hand painted cream er and sugar bowl, while Mrs. Cough lin was awarded a cluster of pink carnations for second high score. A basket of ferns centered the table at the pretty luncheon presided over by Mrs. II. P. Laird, Monday afternoon. The rooms were decorated with hearts and cupids. Following, the luncheon Auction Bridge was played, at which Mrs. Greenhow was awarded the fa vor, a set of silver oyster forks. In attendance were Mesdames Ormsby, Wright, Grant. Baker, Bulles, Burton, Greenhow, Wise, Parsons, Keneley, Coughlin, W. T. Wood, Morse, Longley, Senior, J. Costello, Perrine and Clos. Misses Grace Barger and Carmen Cox gave an attractive dancing party Monday evening in Jewel hall in hon or of Miss Besse .7 1 who is the guest of miss Cox. Hearts and cupids were abundantly used i.n decorating while ropes of hearts and red chrysanthemums curtained off parts of the hall, where cozy corners were formed with rugs and sofa cush ions. Miss Joyce led the grand march, assisted by Mr. Dave Girdner. Heart programs were used for the dancing, which followed. Miss Doris Cox pre sided over the punch bowl. Mesdames Barger a.nd Cox chaperoned the par ty. Those present were Misses Han Putnam, Margurite Putnam, Dwight, Martyn, Raynolds, Amos, Roberts, Thomas, Evans, Conway, Taylor, Ta ber, Conover, West, Joyce and Messrs. Taber, Girdner. Chas. Girdner, Costel lo, Leedom, Dovery, Sinema, Hoag, Kendall, Evans. Logan, Boh Imcran Ostrander. Hart. Rantzeau, Macauley Cox and Ralph Cox. -, of Chicago, this to than pa If I care for your eyes, vour will care for you. tometrist.—Adv. eyes Dr Parrott, Mie op first. the class DB. F. C. BEE1IX, Dentist. Phone 42 «. Central Bail tine. Father Time Has a Succem&ri, ■ a V •ï n'l . ;•/ j'2 t I /J JO 9* a ■9 .... > w S ! ¥ ! /V" i X. pATHER TtMiffl was a product of the urns, ginations of the Groek:fc'.wr Romans or some other aaeraafea people, llis stock in trade •xmtr sisted of an hour glass and' ^ scythe. He was supposed to ..»y-m-s bolize the tassage of time. Ti e present day Father ''isruw is a product of the Elgin WateöS Factory. a certainty, it's a fine watch. -»w any man and is usee/ by -run»**• railroad men. 21 jewels, tiXinff adjusted. In 25-year case; Hunting Model Open Fac- -nrft Other Elgin* $100.00' to ? I! is not a symbol twrjfc. Decker, The US MAIN AVENUE EAHT WATCH A DJISTHT«' T (TNI j V IM TWI1 I t [\ * A Sound Vend A- ~ vT 1 . n, a By the bakery consumers •»' TWr; Falls in the court of common iscpasr. yfee. "The best in Town.' - are ittw. «.kery products. Nor did this jurw t» consumers wrangle for hour* tiwr -lt* decision. It was unanimous i adt elusive. If you have not trust mm breads and pastries, yor -maot «■* predate the above decision Coows* every day for a week ana buy nmectf' our products. At the eml >r that r-w* nve know you wil be a -satiatiest. w permanent customer. ROYAL BAKEEf Pelephone 227 and get your tattatott; goods Delivered. Ctf c Àj Heaping Coals On the heads: of : the era is what this firm is. defeat*, with the prices new made, eit&osr at the bin or delivered prcssgAs: anywhere in the city, heaping coals of fire up>«i iJtm heads of consumers, becaca*' ■■»»unsn*-; are delivering better coal far CD»' price of cheaper grades mMte elsewhere. i 11 is gXKMt lUt fire which our coal is too. a > Try our King coal, ffs more. -J Strobridge £ Han That Goml (?«»:*.. A Phone 240. a Having the only grinding- ptaafeuh this part of the country, we arr.nlMir. to do first class optical work cYMnnee» - than the rest. Parrott Gpneafc:(SWor pa n y — Adv. Miss Mae Wetzel, of Wail it -„ Wash., will arrive- here about Wtton*. first. She is one- of Walla prominent dresatnySbcs stufe ' âfiÜMBv- - - the patronage ef any w ho wMA HÊtÊ.