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Opens Saturday Morning, May 1
; JUST ONE WEEK
This May Sale will long be remembered by the people- of
this community. It's the first sale of its kind ever launched in
this store, It comes at a time when most stores are getting regular
prices for their goods and it presents buying economies that are
seldom evident at the very beginning of the big selling season of
Why this sale," you ask? It is the result of an over stock
ed condition, principally in departments of imported goods, table
linens, towelings, piece goods and silks,
terest in this event, we have involved all departments in the store,
each of which offers a multitude of exceptional attractive values
in seasonable and staple merchandise of finest quality,
prices quoted tell the story in a most convincing way.
miss an item.
But to increase the in
Every effort has been put forth to eclipse all past selling
events here in point of better values and a greater business.
Prices have dropped to such a degree that buying will be an ir
resistible economy to you.
Little Boys' Wash Suits
Russian blouses in all sizes at greatly reduced prices. Just
the season for them.
36 inch black messaline silk, worth $ 1.00 the yard,
during this May Sale 75c.
1 he remainder of our stock of ladies' suits will he sold
for just i -2 the regular price for this sale.
All of our silk and wool dresses at greatly reduced prices.
Special for evening and graduating dresses at 1-4 ofh
silk poplins, 50c values for 35c yard. New
22 inch silk foulards, all new patterns, regular $1.00
values at 59c.
4 0 inch silk poplins, during the May Sale, 85c yard.
Odds and ends in children's oxfords, 69c per pair,
know what these are.
One lot ladies' small size shoes and oxfords 2 I-2 to 4,
Ladies black silk coats, our
coats for $15.00. Only a very few of these left.
regular $20.00 and $22.50
A complete line of figured crepes for dresses and waists,
1 5c value for 10c.
8 1 -3c bleached domestic at 7c yard.
I I c domestic, bleached, for 8c.
C House lining sheeting, 4c yard.
We have a complete stock. Can fit any figure,
new "La Camille" front lace corset has no equal.
36 inches wide.
We need the money and cannot afford to carry the goods
over. For self protection we quote you the following prices:
Our entire stock of this season's skirts, ranging in price
from $6.00 to $1 5.00, at 1-4 off regular price.
We have 28 ladies' skirts, ranging in prices from $5.00
to $1 2.50, good styles and good material—your choice, $2.75.
Silk Jersey petticoats in a wide range of colors, $6.00
values for $3.95 for this May Sale.
Just received a line of the new wide silk petticoats—just
the thing for the new flared skirts. Ask to see these.
Rassiere waists in a wide range of material and prices.
48-inch 12 oz. Army Duck, at 39c the yard.
46 inch all linen dress goods, all colors, our regular 75c
values at 59c.
36 inch all linen dress goods in golden brown, our regular
50c value at 39c.
64 inch bleached table linen, our regular 35c value at 25c.
72 inch mercerized table linen, extra quality, our regu
lar 85c value at 59c.
72 inch table linen, ALL linen, our regular $1.25 value,
Girls Wash Dresses
Don't worry with sewing when you can buy these dresses
at these ridiculous prices. We want you to see them.
We have an over supply of toweling which we bought be
fore the advance in prices. We have concluded to sacrifice
these to your gain. 10c and I I c values for 8c yd. Get
what you need.
Full size 1 urkish bath towels which are ordinarily sold
for 35c, during this May Sale at 19c each.
50 dozen barber towels, regular price 50c a dozen.
Quite a variety left in ladies' lingerie waists, good styles
and dainty materials. For this sale they will be sold at a 50
per cent discount.
Twin Falls, Idaho
ALL ADVERTISING UNDER THIS HEAD
CASH IN ADVANCE
FOR SALE—About 40 sacks Netted
Gem potatoes, also some Rurals and
D. 2, Box 111.
W. F. Mikesell. R. F.
Apr. 27-30 May 4 pd.
"MA CRATER'S" POPULAR PRI
VATE BOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE
—Owing to failing health, I offer my
residence, 154 Seventh ave. and my
well-established boarding business for
sale. Price $4500.00. This offer in
cludes a large quantity of furniture.
Phone 434-W. Mrs. Hattie M. Crater.
April 27-30 pd.
FOR SALE—Nearly new Piano and
all household goods, old Wyland pro
perty. Blue Lakes Boulevard.
April 20-23-27-30 pd.
FUR SALE—Gasoline in 5-gallon
tots, 20 cents per gallon cash.
Apr. 9 tf.
Fit for the Child of a King
The BEST on the Market
Uoyd Princess Go-Carts
HOOSIER NEW & SECOND HAND FURNITURE STORE
FOR SALE—1914 Model, twin cyl
inder, 2-speed, 8 hp. motorcycle. Bar
gain lor quick sale. Phone 269-W or
see at 540 5tli avenue N. Apr 30 tf
FOR SAIÆ OR RENT—18,000
laughs. See me and Fatty Arbuckle,
«1 the Orpheum theatre iu the fa
mous Keystone comedies. Mabel
Normand. March 30 Apr 30
FOR SALE—Soda fountain, com
plete. Three post card racks, one
floor and two hangers. Varney, the
Live Candy Man.
Feb. 23 tf.
Good supply of Wool Bags and
Fleece Twine. Kinney Wholesale Co.
Mar. 26 tf
FOR SALE—Office safe, typewriter,
adding machine, typewriter desk.
Phone 52. Stuart H. Taylor. Mar. 2 tf.
FDR SALE—Eureka Seed Potatoes,
Patrick Wynn, two miles west, one
south of town, phone 517-K3.
Mar. 30 tf
FOR SALE—Alfalfa, first, second
and third cuttings at Varney's Salmon
tract ranch, north of Hollister.
Mar 5 tf.
FOR SALE— 1914 Ford in splendid
condition tor sale cheap. Lind Auto
Apr 20 tf
FOR SALE—1914 Maxwell, good
running condition, $300.00. Lind Auto
April 20 «
I will sell lots 5 and 6, in block 151,
Twin Falls, at a bargain if sold im
mediately. H. B. Ferris, P. O. Box
1696, Los Angeles, Calif.
Apr. 27-30 May 4-7-11-14-18-21
FOR SALE—A good 40 acres, all
cultivated, 15 acres in alfalfa, at a
bargain if taken wdiile owner is in
city. Inquire at Oxford hotel.
Apr. 30 pd.
Potatoes, early Eurekas, best offer
tills week gets them. J. H. Sallee,
box 32, Hollister, Ida. April 30 pd.
FOR RENT—5-room modern house.
See E. A. Moon, at shop or phone 21.
Apr. 23 tf
FOR RENT—-Furnished or unfur
nished apartments. Blue Lakes Bottl
I ing Works.
Mar. 2 tf.
WANTED—Man and wife on farm.
E. H. Farm Co., phone 1903, Filer.
_ April 30 pd.
country to sell to automobile owners,
new patented high grade devices. Ap
plicants to furnish A-l references.
For terms and particulars address,
General Sales Agency, Pocatello, Ida
Apr. 27-30 May 4 pd
WANTED—A woman for general
housework. $25 per month. Mrs. Har
ry West, Kimberly, Ida. Apr. 27-30 pd
WANTED—To buy or trade for Ford
automobile. E. F. Prater Grocery Co.,
east Main street.
Apr 16 tf.
WANTED—By married man, posi
tion on the farm. Practical irrigator
and farmer. Address "J. S." care of
Apr. 30 May 4-7
WANTED—Unimproved land for
well improved forty. Address, X, c|o
Apr. 16-20-23-27- May 4 pd
FOUND—A specialist, who makes
a specialty of showing perfect foto
plays. He gives a demonstration ev
ery evening at the Orpheum theatre.
His name is Nick Wenzel.
Mar. 30 Apr. 30.
LOST —A man's brown serge coat,
from rig. Return to Times office.
FOR TRADE—A high-grade piano,
costing $700, for automobile. W. S.
Swearingen, R. F. D. No. 3, Twin Falls.
April 27-30 pd
Will trade 20 acres of full bearing
orchard for clear Twin Falls ranch or
city income property. H. D. Vosburg,
Apr. 27-30 May 4-7
TO TRADE—Good city property in
Montrose, Colorado, for property in
Twin Falls country. R. H. Barnes
April 30 tf.
SPECIAL RATES to Shoshone Falls,
every SATURDAY via Twin Falls
Electric Line. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
round trip.—Adv. Apr. 27-30 May 4-7
Now that the election is over I want
to say that I have not now, never
iiad and never tried to have any finan
cial interest in the Devil's Corral or
any other possible source of water
supply for Twin Falls.
M. J. SWEELEY.
Mare to be Sold at Auction
At the public aution Saturday after
noon a 3-year-old bay mare, weighing
1500 wil be sold to the highest bidder.
Fine animal In every respect.—Adv.
April 3 pd.
All good, sturdy stock. Prices rea
sonable. E. L. Tolman, 726 South
Main. Telephone 231-J. April 27 tf.
When the bouse you ought to be liv
ing In now la vacated unexpectedly,
and Is for rent, you'll get the news
through the classified columns.
Want ada pull. Did you ever try
the Times 1
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