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a complete line of gj Rubber " Goods m sx-yltj Little Trained Nurse ^»recommends our dr Syringes, ' Combs, Brüskes V t l\. \ ff \r Lverytkiu^) \ \ sj Buy your rubber goods at our store and you will get the kind that last. All rubber goods are not the same quality. Don't you need a good hot water bag or fountain syringe right now? We have a big line of goods made of rubber at the fairest prices. > Skeels-Wiley Drug Co. We Take Care Local and Personal E. B. Ripley was in the city Thurs day from Filer. Mrs. C. E. Allen visited with rela tives in Buhl Wednesday afternoon. B. R. Bates was in Twin Falls for several days of this week from Jar bldge. Miss Aileen Songer spent several days of last week in Murtaugh, visiting friends. Miss Ina Johnson, of Murtaugh, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city visiting with relatives. Lawrence Hansen transacted busi ness in the county seat Thursday from his home in Hansen. Fred Keller and D. M. Denton were business visitors in Artesian City for a day the first of the week. William McDonald returned Thurs day to Hollister, where he is engaged in the mercantile business. M. Koppclman, of Buhl, was a busi ness visitor in the city for a day or two the middle of the week. George B. Schweiger acme in Thurs day from his farm near Milner, where he has been for several days. A. N. Sprague is in the city from Burley and will be here for a day or two looking after business affairs. P. O. Herriman was a business vis itor in Blackfoot for a day or two of this week. He returned home Friday noon. Orpheum Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday Delmonte Brothers Great Accordion Players A Musical Feature Tint Williams Dancing, Novelty Foto Plays The Better Man Comedy drama in two parts The Mutual Weekly Latest happenings the woild over. Ambrose's Lofty Perch KEYSTONE KOMIC Doors open at 7:16, continu ous till 11. o'clock. / Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. B Ams bary, Tuesday, April 27, a daughter. J. C. Moore transacted business in Heyburn for a day the middle of the week. E. B. Heinecke, manager of the Hol lister Lumber company, was a busi ness visittor in Twin Falls Wednesday. C. L. Smith, manager of the Berger Lumber company, was a business visit or in Twin Falls Wednesday of this week. Boy Scouts Friday evening. _ early. Drill and important business. There will also be a talk by J. Howard Heine. Come Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tanner were in the city Monday evening to attend the performance of "A Modern Eve," at the Layering. S. D. Ciimon arrived in the city Wednesday from Pocatello and will be here for several days looking after business affairs. Miss Sprague arrived the last of the week from New York City and will vis it for the summer with her brother, Geo. F. Sprague. Mrs. B. J. Ditter and children left Wednesday for North Yakima, Wash ington, where they will spend the sum mer visiting with relatives. Alex Gray, who is engaged in farm ing and stock raising near Rock Creek transacted business in the county seat for a day the first of the week. The Al. G. Barnes advertising car No. 1, was in the city Wednesday put ting up bills announcing the coming of the Barnes Animal circus in this city May 12. Married, Tuesday evening, April 27, at the Presbyterian manse, by Dr. John F. Shepherd, Mr. William D. Blankenship and Miss Eula May Gaf ford, both of Hollister. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Campbell return ed to Twin Falls Thursday after spending the winter in southern Calif ornia. They will remain here through out the summer and fall. The Ladies of the G. A. R. will meet Saturday afternoon. May 1st, at the I. O. O. F. hall. All members are urged to be present to make plans for Decor ation Day. Mrs. Herbert Wuth, pres ident. F. C. Pierce, proprietor of the Filer Drug store, was a business visitor in Twin Falls Thursday. Mr. Pierce has just returned from the Contact copper camp, where he went to look over the mining situation. The Woman's Loyal Moose circle will give a dance at the Moose hall on Wednesday evening, May 5. Re freshments will be served and a good time is assured all who will attend. Everybody is welcome. George W. Oliver, a well known en gineer on the main line of the Oregon Short Line, was in the city for several days of this week from his home in Pocatello. He visited at the home of his brotherinlaw, Judge W. J. Smith, while here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schwinn ar rived in Twin Falls Wednesday from the state of Washington. They are visiting at the home of Mr. Schwinn's mother, Mrs. Clara Schwinn. It is the intention of Mr. Schwinn to look over the country with a view of locating. Mrs. Brasfield and Miss Brasfield are in the city visiting at the home of their son and brother, B. L. Brasfield. The ladies have been at San Diego and San Francisco, California, visiting the expositions and visiting with relatives. They are now on their way to their home in Illinois. The Portland Oregonian of last Sun day says: Robert W. Spangler, ed itor nad publisher of the New West Magazine, of Twin Fails, Idaho, is spending a few days in Portland. Mr. Spangler is boosting the western high ways through his magazine in an en deavor to have eastern tourists come through this section of the country on their way to or from the Panama-Pa cific exposition. He is gathering facts relative to the Columbia highway, I which will be chronicled in his mag asine. [ T. E. Galley, who is engaged in I farming near Hansen, was a business visitor in-Twin Kails the last of the week. Miss Shurtleff and S. B. Hough in the city over Sunday from Burley, visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Rough. B. F. McPherson, who is engaged in (arming near Peavey, transacted busi ness in the county seat for a day the middle of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Stover and baby departed Thursday morning for Den ver, Colorado, where they will visit with relatives for some time. were L. T. Wright, manager of the Consol idated Wagon and Machine company, left Wednesday evening for Salt Lake City, to be gone for several days on business. A. R. Anderson, manager of the Or pheum theatre, returned Wednesday from Salt Lake City, where he had been for a couple of days on business for his theatre. E. P. Dunlap returned the first of the week from Salt Lake City, where lie had been for several days on busi ness for the Twin Falls County Fruit Growers' association. P. O. Betliune, the well known real estate man, is very ill at his home in this city witti spotted fever. It is un derstood that Mr. Bethune contracted the fever while on the North Side. I. N. Rice, who lias been visiting with his nephew, Dr. F. C. Beebe, for I several days, left Thursday morning 1 for his home in Chicago, lias been spending the winter in Calif ornia. Mr. Rice The following marriage licenses were issued for the week by the coun ty recorder. Thomas D. Blankenship and Eula M. Gafford, Hollister; Harry O. Capps and Harriett C. Morgan, botli of Eden. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pringle, Mrs. F. M. Kendall and son, Frank, returned Wednesday evening from Salt Lake City, where they had been visiting for several days. They made the trip in Mr. Pringle's automobile. The eighteen months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hayward died at the home on the Salmon tract Monday of pneumonia. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the Crosby chapel, the services being conducted by Rev. B. L. Frank, rector of the Episcopal church, with interment in the Twin Falls cemetery. PURE SODA WATER Is healthy and we are taking every precaution to have ours pure. We are using filtered water in mak ing our carbonated water and syrups. We are serving a glass of Distilled Water (Vesta Water) to each of our soda customers. We know our customers appreciate such service. Special this week at our fountain ; A TIPPERARY SUNDAE CITY PHARMACY COMPANY THE KODAK STORE Mrs. W. E. Harman and Mrs. Arthur Hollingsworth spent Thursday after noon in Buhl, where they went to organize a missionary society for the Christian church in the west end city. Mrs. W. E. Moss and child arrived in the city Friday and are stopping at the home of Mrs. Moss' mother, Mrs. Ella Booth. Mr. Moss will be here later and the family will make their future home in Twin Falls. C. P. CoBgriff returned early Monday morning from Contact. Mr. Cosgriff did not return in his own car as he met with an accident when about half way from the copper camp. He was lucky enough to find another car to bring him home. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is hereby given that the reg ular meeting of the stockholders of the Twin Falls Shoshone Canal Co. will be held at 506 3rd avenue east. Twin Falls, Idaho, at 2 p. m., May 3rd, 1915. F. R. LANDES, Sec'y. April 13-30. NOTICE GRAND ARMY The members of the Grand Army of the Republic will meet next Saturday afternoon at one o'clock in the Odd Fellows hall to make arrangements for Decoration Day memorial services. R. H. BARNES, Commander. J. M. BICE, Adjutant. SPECIAL RATES to Shoshone Falls, every SATURDAY via Twin Falls Electric Line. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS round trip.—Adv. Apr. 27-30 May 4-7 Crozier Transfer Co. Can move your household goods in large spring van. Expert Men for Packing and Crating of Furniture Also have storage buss and bag gage wagon meet all trains. Telephone 818 and 3 I : I I ! I Never in Idaho History It is unknown in Idaho history for a Cadillac car to have been traded in on any other make of car because of dissatisfaction. CADILLAC OWNERS CHANCE TO OTHER MAKES OF CARS In tlie two years we have been in business, owners of all other makeR of cars have turned the r cars in on Cadillacs and they are unanimous in their endorsement of the Cadillac as compared with former experience. If you would profit by this perience buy a Cadillac in the first place and you will be satis fied always. "Better buy a Cadillac than to wish you had." $2125,00 K. O. B. TWIN FALLS NEVER • \ - Ostrander Motor Car Co. Distributors for Twin Falls, ( as sis and Minidoka Counties. Idaho Twin F'alls SOCIETY NOTES Society items for this column will be gladly received by The Times. The Embroidery club met last Fri day afternoon with Mrs. W. H. Green how. The hostess served a dainty lunch to the ladies who numbered eight. One of the prettiest affairs of the season was a 5 o'clock tea given by Mrs. Mannard at the Justamere Inn last Thursday afternoon. The spacious rooms were gay with an abundance of lilacs and apple blossoms. The Mothers' Surprise club met last Monday at the home of Mrs. Paul Bry ant. A letter in the form of an invi tation from the Kimberly Road club was presented to the club inviting them to join in a picnic to be given some time in July. Miss Daisy Eldred entertained the members of the B. B. B. G. at her home Wednesday evening. The young ladies spent the evening in sewing and the hostess, assisted by her moth er, Mrs. Eldred, served very dainty refreshments. The trip was made in autos. The Ideal Bible class was delight fully entertained last Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hol lingsworth on Blue Lakes boulevard. Following the business session the guests spent the remainder of the eve ning in games and a good time in general. A Bible story contest was the special feature of the evening. The hostess served delightful refreshments. Mrs. B. A. Hamilton was very hap pily surprised Wednesday at her pret ty country home west of Twin Falls when several of her lady friends drove out to spend the afternoon, bringing their lunches with them. The guests with Mrs. Hamilton, enough to make up two tables, enjoyed a lively game of Auction Bridge. Present were Mes dames Aiken, Hill, Booth, Allen, Grant, Longley and Miss Jane Maxwell. The ladies returned home at five. I CHURCHES First Presbyterian Church Dr. John F. Shepherd, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. Subject, "A Man, A Hiding Place." In the evening the stereopticon sermon with 50 fine views on "Moses, the Law Giver," Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Westminster League subject "The Crusades," 7 p. m. Fine music at all services with orchestra at night. The Women's Presbyterian Mission ary meeting all day Tuesday in the DR. F. U. BEEBE, Dentist Phone 426. Central Bnflemg. ! First Presbyterian church will he a meeting of great interest ot all and all are elcoine. The Rev. Charles I Thompson for many years a mission : ary in China will give a stereopticon I lecture with 100 views at night. i.iil liera n Church I Services at the Lutheran church are ! always held in the English language I on the first Sunday of each month. All Lutherans or friends of the Luth eran church are cordially invited to attend. Services begin at 10:30 and Sunday school at 10:00. church and bring your children with you. Come to Dr. John F. Shepherd, assisted by Dr. J. II. Barton of Boise, will organ ize a Presbyterian church at Pleasant View next Sabbath afternoon in swer to a petition extensively signed by the community. Dr. Barton will preach and Dr. Shepherd will look af ter the work of organization. First Church of Christ, Scientist. 230 Third avenue east. Services May 2nd at 11 a. m. lasting Punishment." at 9:45 Wednesday at 8 p. m. in church open from : m., except Sundays and holidays. Methodist Episcopal Sunday school at 10 a. m. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Morn ing subject, "An Enlarged Horizon ; evening subject., "The Crowned Christ". Baraca class at 5:15 p. m. Epworth League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting at 7:45 p. m. Wednesday even ing. A cordial welcome to everybody. C. L. BENT, Minister. First Baptist Church Sunday school 10 a. in. Preaching services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Midweek prayer services at 8 p. m. Wednesday. The unchurch an Subject, "Ever Sunday school Testimonial meeting Reading room :30 to 4:30 p. a. m. Op# y hi - ]} L) disease carriers. J ive and breed in all kinds of Alth Jnfect food and drink by germ laden feet •-jpach female fly ^creens should be used plw lay 150 eggs. keep them out SCREEN DOORS WE HAVE THEM Ostrander Lumber Company Opp. O. S. L. Depot Twin Falls, Idaho ma ed public is very cordially invtied to these services. Theme for morning service "Goals and Goals." Evening subject, "The Boy That Ran Away From Home." The Baptist ladies will hold a "May Day" sale Saturday afternoon, May 1, at the Cols book store. Children's dresses, aprons, rompers, suits, ladies aprons on sale. Cooked foods and homemade candy also for sale. April 30 pd. NURSERY STOCK Land must be cleared, trees must be sold. I have a nice lot of nursery Stock that is home grown. The fol lowing are some of my varieties: Ap ples, Yellow Transparent, Red June, Wealthy, Gravenstein, McIntosh Red, Jonathan, Wagner, Winesap, Grimes Golden, White Winter Pearmaine, Y. T. Pippin, York Imperial, Delicious, Rome Beauty, Arkansas Black, Snow Apple. King David, etc. Crabs; Whit ing. Florence, Transcendent, Early Richmond Cherry, Apricots, Prunes, Plums, Peaches, Maple, Elm, Poplar, and Birch, Black Locust, by the 1000 for planting for your t'fflice posts and wagon tongues, and all purposes that good hard wood is used for. Every farmer should at least plant on acre and we can furnish and set by con tract and insure a growth. J. A. Waters TWIN FALLS NURSERY. FOR SALE 1000 Ewes with Lambs by Bargain for Quick Sale. Address ED. CLAIBORN, KIMBERLY, < * W' W. R. PRIERE Leading Jeweler The best place to have your Jewelry re paired is at the leading manufacturing Jewel ers. Bank & Trust Bldg. Twin K. is When. You Go to the Fair Or on .'-onie other trip, do not leave your lawn to take care of itself, because it will be a hard job when you come home and will spoil the looks of it for the rest of the summer. Let me take care of it and when you come home it will look as nice as when you left. I will take care of your lawn any time this sum mer, supplying all tools needed. Phone 267 or let me know at 244 Ninth avenue east and I will call and give you my prices. Russell Weaver T. F. H. S. STUDENT Feed Young Stock Liberally. The calves, pigs and all the young Btock on the farm will pay splendl dividends on a good iiberal growing ration during the cold weather. Feed for young stock is always feed prop, erly invested if the young stock le off the right kind. J A repetition or your want ad, In the course of your quest for a cook, may be good policy.