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The Twin Falls times. (Twin Falls, Idaho) 1905-1916, February 16, 1915, Image 7

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FEBRUARY
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THIS COUPON \
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IF PRESENTED AT GROCERS
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FEBRUARY 15th lo 20th, 1915
GOLDEN
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FOLGER'S
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Regular S pariai sale prie»
retail prie* with coupon
.45
.85
1 .00
2.00
Croc are will collect the difference from u
L, ENTER YOUR ORDER BELOW
45c Coffee
45c Quality
1 LB TIN»
2 "
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.35
.65
.75
I .60
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Our object is to
give everyone a
chance to note
the difference
between 45 cent /////p.
coffee and cheap-///^
er grades.
Humber Of lint
Slie of lilts
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Hind the coupon
to your grocer at
your door or at
m* store,
has no FoHier'a
Golden Gate
Coffee he can set
the special value
offered as we
cheerfully for
ward him a single
package at trade
price, through
any channel he
designate*. He
makes hia regular
profit.
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St
I. A. FOLGER & CO., San Francisco
See the
Gray & Davis
Electric
Starter
on the Ford Car at the
Western Auto Co.
Twin Faite Bank & Trust Co.
H. J. FAILING, Vice President
W. S. McCORNICK, President
C. I. HAHN, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $125,000.00
The bank of'personal service-We solicit your patronage
Farm Loans a Specialty
We Have Moved
To the Boyd Block where with new and up-to-date fixtures we
are now able to serve our patrons in^first class style.
TWIN FALLS CAFE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE
eapitii - $ioo f ooo
Santa »I Profits
$40,000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
KSCBt
OF TWIN FALLS
We invite Your Business
■ember Twia Falla Commercial Clab.
r. T. Johnaon. Prmldent.
J. B. COBtao. Jr., Vlce-Prea.
W. H. mdridc*. VlM-Praa.
J. ML Maxwell, Cashier.
W. ■. Ntxttfc Aaat. Cashier
FOR SALE
Oae and one-fourth miles north of west end of Main street, Twin
Falls.
I team smooth mouth horses and harness; 1 cow giving milk; 1 heif
er; one 14-disc Kentucky grain drill ; one 2 3-4 Studebaker low wheel
wagon, 9 sets of harness, wagon springs, 3 ton and 1% ton; 1 Deer
tng hay rake; 1 buggy; 1 Milwaukee hinder; 1 Dane stacker and buck
rake; 1 good land leveler; 1 good blacksmith outfit; 1 Maxwell 2-cyl.
rtmabout, A-l order; 5 or 6 tons of hay. some oats and wheat and
barley; 1 steel range, H.H. goods, feather bed, canned fruit, 65 qts.
neaohee, 12 qts. cherries. Bankable paper required.
W. J. MORGAN,
Bex M.
Rente Me. S
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Of the City of Twin Falls, Idaho, from August 3rd, 1914, to February
2nd, 1915, showing receipt« and disbursements on all funds as shown by the
clerk and treasurer's accounts.
GENEKAL FUND.
Balance on hand as per Auditor's roport August 3rd, 1914.. $
109.99
Receipts.
City Scales .: .. ..
Costs .
Fines .
Licenses .
General Taxes .
Dog Tax .
Pound Fees .
Miscellaneous—
Error as fo'd by Aud.
Refund street dep'ni't
Exp. city cl'k to Boise
*
638.90
92.00
95.00
206.00
26,733.39
62.00
9.80
20.00
9.31
25.00
Total Receipts .
OUTSTANDNG WARRANTS February 2nd, 1916
$ 27,791.40
4,989.71
$ 32,891.10
Disbursement«.
Street Department . . . .$
Fire Department .
Police Department ....
City Engineer .
Administration .
Park Department .
City Physician .
Sewer .
Scales .
Street Lights .
Miscellaneous—
Audit of city books..
Band appro, balance.
Overpayment by co'ty
Int. on city b'ds.
4.082.11
4.432.11
1,897.42
33.00
1,571.39
205.80
85.45
555.00
480.00
1,667.96
393.80
131.00,
179.38
4,598.97
Total disbursed by warrant
Disbursed in cash :
Interest on war'ts pd. $
Telegrams .
$ 20,313.89
328.61
i.64
330.25
Total disbursements.
Warrants outst'd'g, Aug. 3, 1914, as per Aud. rep't
$ 20,644.14
7,845.58
BALANCE ON HAND February 2nd, 1915
4,401.38
$ 32,891.10
Grand Total
W. E. NIXON, TREASURER
109.99
27,791.40
Warrants paid .
Interest on same
Telegrams .
Balance on hand
$ 23,169.76
$ 328.61
Aug. 3, 1914—Bal. on h'd f
Receipts as above .
1.64
4,401.38
$ 27,901.39
$ 27,901.39
Feb. 2, 1915—Bal. on h'd $ 4,401.38
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 7.
Aug. 3, 1914—Bal. on hand $
Receipts .
Bonds paid
Coupons ...
Interest .. .
Exchange ..
$ 11 , 000.00
245.00
632.01
11.50
4.11
12,194.51
$ 12,198.62
310.11
$ 310.11
Balance on hand
Feb. 2, 1915
$ 12,198.62
$8.27
Warrants outstanding on this fund
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 9.
$ 9,500.00
1,076.78
210.00
2.15
Bonds paid .
Int. Coupons
Interest .
Exchange . . .
Telegrams ...
$
Aug. 3, 1914—Balance
Receipts ..
11,077.87
9.00
2.15
Balanr-e, Feb. 3, 1915..$
283.09
$ 11,080.02
$ 11,080.02
$ 283.09
Feb. 2, 1915—Balance
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 5
Aug. 3, 1914—Bal. on hand..$ 357.13
No Change.
LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 14.
Aug. 8, 1914—Bal. on hond..$
Reveipts .
Warrant No. 3215 pd...$
Int. on war. No. 3215 pd.
Balance on hand.
79.00
16.14
107.14
1,66
42.62
$ 123.28
$ 123.28
42.62
Feb. 2, 1915—Bal. on hand .$
Warrants outstanding, Aug. 3, 1914
Warrants paid Aug. 3, JL914 to Feb. 2, 1915 . 79.00
$79.00
Warrants outstanding Feb. 2, 1915
None
1913 AND 1914 SIDEWALK FUND
Aug. 3, 1914—Bal. on hand $ 1,351.96
918,76
Warrants Nos, 26 & 27
pd.
$ 1 , 000.00
640.87
93.73
636.12
Warrant No. 28 .
Int. on above warrants
Balance on hand
Receipts . ...
$ 2,270.72
$ 2,270.72
Feb. 2, 1915—Bal. on hand .$ ■636.12
Warrants outstanding Aug. 3, 1914 ....$ 1,970.77
660.00
Warrants issued—No. 29—
$ 2,630.77
1,970.77
Warrants paid Aug. 3, 1914, to Feb. 2, 1915
Warrants outstanding Feb. 2, 1915 .,,$ 660,00
1918 SPRINKLING FUND
50.30
Outstanding Warrant.. .$
Aug. 3, 1914—Bal. on hand $
No Change.
43.70
1914 SPRINKLING FUND
Aug 3, 1914—Bal on hand $ 1,592.40
1,118.41
$ 2,710.81
Feb. 2, 1915—Bal. on hand $ 1,056.31
Warrants outstanding on this fund
Warrants paid .
Balance on hand . . .
$ 1,654.50
1,056.31
Receipts
$ 2,710.81
$554.00
Statement of Tax Collection for 1914Tax Roll.
Assessed valuation of city for 1014 .
Taxes assessed on this amount at 10 mills
Turned over by county on this amount ....
Balance still due on 1914 tax . .
February 13th, 1915—At this date treasurer reports all outstanding war
rants have been paid off, and there is a balance in treasury of $4,034.28.
$4,469,715.00
44,697.15
. 24,334.88
$ 2D.363.73
State of Idaho,
City and County of Twin Falls.
ss.
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We. Stuart H. Taylor, eity clerk and W. E. Nixen, city treasurer, of the
city of Twin Falls, Idaho, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is
true and correct financial statement of the city of Twin Falls, Idaho as
therein set forth.
a
STUART H. TAYLOR.
_ City Clerk.
City Treasurer
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of February, 1915.
J. S. KEEL,
Notary Public.
W. E. NIXON.
(Seal)
A rea! guarantee oa roofing !
A useless risk is to buy roofing
' not guaranteed by n responsible *
concern. When you buy our roofing
you get the written guarantee
k. of the world's largest ^
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like most penthec,.
prove their uvnatfA
by the test of ttmc
manufacturers of roof*
k ing and buiid* ^
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IS^SSj
Buy materials that last
Certain-teed
Ask your denier for pro<l
ucts mode by us—they bear
our name.
Asphalt Roofings
(All ot'ndvs
Slate Surfaced Shingles
Asphalt Felts
Deadening Felts
Tarred Felt*
Building Paper*
Roofing
Insulating Paper» -
Wall Board»
Plastic Roofing t'ctwouttt
Asphalt Cemefli
Roof Coating
Metal Paint»'
Out-door Paint» ■
Shingle Stains
Refined Coal T#r -
Tar Coating.
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1 -ply guaranteed 5 years
2- ply guaranteed 10 years
3- ply guaranteed IS years
General Roofing Manufacturing Company
Whrlti'a target! manufacturers of Roofing and Jluile/tuf Pup
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Kaoaaa L.ly Minaeapulia San tranche« Seattle Loadoa liamWrc.- Uewr
Hew Twit City
St. Loaia Ciacinnati
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For Sale or Exchange
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FOR
40 acre alfalfa tract. 10 acres of
orchard within two miles from Grand
view, Washington, the cream of the
Yakima country. These standard vari
eties of apples, pear and peach fillers.
More than eight carloads of peaches
last year. Write
>
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B. T. BYRNS, Owner
g;
Moscow,
!4eiuo
DR. C. R. SCOTT, Vice PftMHftm* J
F. F. BRACKEN, President.
URBAN TRACEY, Cashier.
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The Idaho State Bank
Of Twin Falls, Idaho
CAPITAL $50,000
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
DIRECTORS
DAVID BROWN
F. C. SMITH C. R.. SCOTT
F. F. BRACKEN
james McMillan
C. FAHJ30Ï3EVT
URBAN TiïUtfZæn
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The Thrifty Man Will Surely
Get Ahead
One of the greatest helps to systematic thrift is a sauugi.
account becanse it gives you a safe place to keep your saving.''
enables your money to earn liberal interest for you.
One Dollar Starts the Account
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
ubKi
s.ar>
3f
TWIN FALLS BANK AND TRUST COMPANW
"A
J. H. McNICHOLS & COL
PHONE 200
Transfer & Garbage Hauled a(:i
Reasonable Prices
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•rseem.
This is an example of ingenious planning/ carried^
into successful execution.
It will be noted that the granary forms' the roof r
for the root cellar, and that together they make.
a very substantial structure.
Naturally, good serviceable material is essential?
if the careful planning is to result in permanent,
satisfaction.
Go on, the, market ivith grain and potatoes when the
mark et is right—and make enough in a couple of. seoMpme*
to pay for a building like this.
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Gem State Lumber Co.
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