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" the national joy smoke such good tobacco you feel like you could just eat the smoke! IS other man ever did roll and put Men, we tell you to wise up. P. A. is crimp cut and stays put — which rolling P. A. is as easy as falling off a log. And it's good to remember P. A. is put up in the toppy red bag especially for you "rollers." Sells for the price of a jitney ride, 5c. Now, will the "pipers" kindly open both ears? Here's tobacco that has made it possible for three men to smoke pipes where one smoked before! Any way you hook it up, Prince Albert is tobacco insurance! Yes, sir, it guarantees your future as well as your present smok ings ! And just makes your tongue so jimmy pipe joy'us that your smoke appetite grows whopping big. You men who "dassn't," we say you go to P. A., natural-like ! Because there isn't a bite in a barrel of this national joy smoke. Unlimber your old jim my pipe ! Dig it out of the dark corner, jam it brimful of P. A. And make fire with a match ! Me-o-my ! Yes, sir, P. A. puts a razor edge on your smoke-appetite-division that's nobby enough to be photographed! No other pipe and ciga rette tobacco can be like Prince Albert, because no other tobacco can be made like Prince Albert. The patented process fixes that—and removes the tongue-bite and throat parch! Let that digest! you or any the fire to ! yn means Inge Albert À ,|i j i w I And that line of conver sation is 24 kt., whether you play P. A. in your old jimmy pipe or roll it into a makin's cigarette. it CRIMP CUT ; BUYING PIPE AND fg «ARETTE TOBACCO f* M I, .T ——^ , 1 The toppy red bag, 5c For you can put your little old blue-pencil O. K. right here that Prince Albert is a regular double-header for a single admission —as joy'us to your tongue and taste one way as the other! Will the "rollers" kindly step forward for a spell and get some of this listen into their systems? Because Prince Albert certain and sure jams more joy into a makin's paper than ever before was figured up on two hands ! In the plain language of the hills, you can't any more resist such makin's tobacco than a bullfrog can pass up a piece of red flannel ! Because P. A. hands to you everything any cigarette roller ever dreamed-out —rare flavor, and aroma, and mildness, and body ; absolutely the best bet—the best smoke I You get acquainted u>ilh Prince Albert in the toppy red bag. Sc; or tidy red tin, JOc, bat for the double bach - action-joy, you buy a cryetaI glaee pound humidor. And then you*re set I You eee, it hae the sponge-moist ener top and keep* P. A. at the highest top-notch point of perfection. Prince Albert i* aleo told in pound and half-pound (in humidors. / The tidy red tin, 10c R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston - Salem, N. C. C*»yrl«M ins by a. J R.j'nold« TobiccoC*. Sheep for Sale ; Price 40,000 Breeding Ewes for Sale. $4.75 Delivered in Twin Falls "Will contract Iambs, next years delivery, same price »ewes, if desired. Will find bank to finance farmers s*nrth perfect security. A. D. Watkins, J. L. Gray > Buhl, Idaho, R. F. D. No. 2 i DR. C. R. SCOTT. Vice President. I *„ B\ BRACKEN, President. URBAN TRACEY, Cashier. 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 C. FAHRNEY URBAN TRACEY V. r. BRACKEN JAMES McMILLAN THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Invites you to see its officers when you have any financial questions to decide. We are the oldest bank on Our experience is at the tract, your disposal. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TWIN FALLS ^EATTUB EXCURSIONS Mly M to 13th Oto O. S. L„ Union Pacific system, for convention. Nobles of the Mys tic Shrine. Limit, July 20th. See agents for rates and further particu lars. July 2-6-9-12 in it in We did no go FILER NEWS (From the Filer Journal) Mrs. Ralph Musser, of Gooding, is visiting here this week. Chas. Iiusher and wife of Buhl were guests of the Moore and Truitts last Sunday. H. H. Schildman returned Saturday from Chicago, where he marketed two carloads of lambs. Miss Elena Sommer played at the musicale given in Twin Falls Monday night by Mrs. Guibert's pupils. County Attorney Davies and C. M. Booth bf Twin Falls were in town last Saturday on legal business. T. A. Sanderson and Miss D. E. Ed mundson, of Berger, were married by J. F. Shepherd on the 21st of June. W. S. Parish and son John left last Saturday for Chicago. They will visit California before returning home. Grover Beem has broken ground for a new bungalow on Yakima avenue, south of Mrs. Cary's. He will build 24x36. Ross and Lois Borden, Tom Good ing and Evelyn Wheeler, all of Sho shone spent Sunday in Filer the guests of Miss Dorothy iPerce. Mrs. T. D. Connor returned Tues day from Spokane where she has been for several months for the benefit of her health. Falls for the present where her hus band is deputy sheriff. J. W. Palmttier, of New York City, is visiting his niece, Mrs. G. W. Potter. Mr. Palmitier is on his way to Califor nia and stopped in Twin Falls for a few days, pressed with this country. Dr. Sullivan, working under the de partment of agriculture and bureau of animal industry with headquarters at Twin Falls, gave a lecture at the opera house last night, very busy time not many farmers were Efforts She will reside in Twin He is very favorably im It being a amply repaid for their time, are being made to secure a county ag riculturist for this county, as they are doing in other parts of the country. At the regular meeting last week of the I. O. O. F. lodge, Wm. Walters elected Noble Grand and Clint Mc was Kinley vice grand. A large number of Filer people at tended the Epworth convention at Twin Falls last week. On Sunday eve ning the Filer M. E. choir furnished the music. S. M. Kilkison and Jake Mattison have dissolved partnership. Mr. Gil klson will continue the painting busi and is now building his shop op ness poslte the Nibley-Channel Lumber Co. The Children's Day exercises at the Methodist church have been postponed from the eve of July 4 until the eve of July 11. An excellent program is be ing prepared and all parents are cor dially invited to attend. A great big girl with large blue eyes was born early this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Allen. The only disap pointment In this announcement of the family is the fact that there is no chance for a president from this effort unless it be that In the future the suf fragettes _ make better headway than they have in the past. The Civics committee of the Wo man's club have ordered Ice for the See public, drinking fountain for the sum Perhaps Filer is the only town in the state that not only furnishes public drinking fountain but also has it ice cold. Who knows of another town in all their experience that does this? We never heard of any other town that did this through the season, no slouch, what? Monday evening Dr. Allen left for After a few days there he will go on to Portland to attend the con vention of the American Osteopathic association, which is to be held in that city August 2 to 6. It is thought that from 1000 to 1500 osteopaths besides those in the state of Oregon will be in attendance, tion and some of those who rank high est in the profession will appear on the program. After the convention Dr. Allen will visit relatives near Portland, he expects to be away a month and a half or two months. mer. Filer is Boise. Men of national reputa KIMBERLY From The CalL H. M. Mund and family were in Filer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wilson were to dinner Sunday at Garl Ridgeway's. Chester Stevens, of Burley, visited the Steelsmith family Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Edgar Moorman and mother, Mrs. Hale, called on Mrs. W. F. Breck on Tuesday evening. Many went to the dance at Shoshone falls Tuesday night and report a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Hattie Thurn, of Cana, Illinois, arrived Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. John W. Hardin. Martin Cathlon and Frank Cress will attend the celebration on Wood river, leaving Saturday. Worthy M. Olds and Miss Pearl Newlan, of Buhl, were guests of B, F. Atkinson and family Sunday. C. Fritz brought in a little sprig from an apple tree Tuesday, on which were eleven big winter banana ap ples. Mr. Patterson, of Clay Center, Ne braska, is here for an indefinite stay with his daughter, Mrs. W. M. Gill. Grandpa Gill and W. A. Gill and family and Charles T. Brown and fam ily are on the Wood river this week fishing. Mrs. Mary Burkhalter has been very sick with tonsilltis this week. Her cousin, Miss Gladys Burkhalter, has been helping them during the haying season. been helping them during the haying season. Miss Lulu Bigger, a former Kimber ly girl, and some friends from Twin Falls visited the old school mates Sunday. A. L. Page returned to his home In Spokane this week after spending a short time in Kimberly looking over his ranch. Wells Webster and W. A. Turner left Wednesday morning for a two day trip to Contact to look over their mining interests. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Swearingen, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilson and Mrs. Sam Hlckerson were entertained at dinner at Mrs. J. A. Wilson's Wednesday. of no the The I>oyal Berean society of the | Christian church held a social at the Brockman home Monday evening and had a most enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Olmstead and son Ester, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilson and family were entertained at dinner Sunday at. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Me Master's. A number of little boys about town earning Fourth of July money, also beating the Japs out of work. Any wishing help in their beet fields please call on any of the following: Gordon Wilkins, Leslie Sudweeks, Floyd Wilson, Paul Swearingen and Harwood Stowe. Glenn Eaton, of the telephone ex change, has been transferred to Hollis ter and leaves for that place soon. His position will be taken by J. W. Pocatello, who arrived are one Jackson, of Wednesday with his family. E. H. Noble and family, who have lived three and a half miles southeast of Kimberly for several years, moved this week to the Perrine eighty near Twin Falls. A gentleman named Crow ell will occupy the place which they vacated. Mrs. R. G. Wilson entertained at an afternoon Kensington Thursday. Those present were Mrs. W. M. Fisher and sister, Miss Iva Evans, Mrs. W. M. Arnold and sister, Miss Gladys Burk, of Lewis, Iowa, Mrs. Edgar Wilson, Mrs. Harry and Mrs. A. J. Wilson and Miss Theresa Teeter. Ice cream, straw ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES OF PITY OF TWIN FALLS, IDAHO, FOR FISCAL YEAR OF 1915. Administrative Mayor . Council . Clerk . Employment agent . Attorney . Engineer (time, etc.) ... Expense, printing, etc. Rent, council room . 150.00 400.00 900.00 600.00 1 , 200.00 750.00 1 , 000.00 250.00 $ 5,250.9« Public Safety— Ihre department, salaries Expense . Police Department Officers' salary . Judge . Rent . Jail and expense . f 7.3SO.OO 1,375.00 2,400.00 480.00 420.00 1 , 000.00 $ 13,05(5.0« Streets and Alleys Salary, commissioner Streets and sidewalks Lights . 1 , 200.00 10,800.00 3,200.00 $ 15,200.00 Public Grounds, Buildings and Activities— Park commissioner salary . Park expense . Library . Band concerts . Co. D„ I. N. G . Weighmaster, salary . Scale maintenance . 400.00 100.00 2 , 000.00 600.00 250.00 900.00 25.00 $ 4,275.00 Water, Waterworks and Sewers—■ Hydrant rent . Maintenance . Sewer flushes . 1.272.00 1.140.00 650.00 I 3,062.00 Health and Sanitary— Inspector, salary . City dump, improvement and expense Manure boxes . -X 300.00 600.00 75.00 $ 975.09 Finance— Interest and sinking fund A 12,685.00 $ 12,685.00 Miscellaneous— Water works investigation Sprinkling . Contingent . . $ 1 , 000.00 1,600.00 4,898.00 $ 7,498.00 .$ 62,000.00 Grand total . FINANCIAL STATEMENT—ALL FUNDS COMBINED Of the City of Twin Falls, Idaho., from May 3rd, 1914, to May 3rd, 1915, showing receipts on all funds as shown by the city clerk's and city treasurer's records. RECEIPTS General Fund— Dog tax . City scales . Licenses ....... General taxes . Police court fines . Police court costs . Pound fees . Miscellaneous— Refunds Lumber sale . Lumber sale . Rebate . Painting light standard 394.00 69.50 207.50 14,657.15 35.00 42.50 3.40 F. 35.50 3.00 7.87 2.50 ? 15,457.92 Total receipts RECEIPTS Cash on hand (as per Aud. 8-3-14.) General fund . Street sprinkling . Side walk fund, 1913 .. Paving district No. 5 . Paving district No. 7. Local improvement No. 14 - Sewer district No. 2. Sewer district No. 4 . Sewer district No. 5 . 109.99 1,642.70 1,351.96 4.11 2.15 16.14 1,905.18 2,979.21 354.57 3 8,366.01 $ 8,366.01 General Fund (receipts)— General taxes, collected from county Licenses, collected by city and county Police court fines .. Police court costs .. Dog tax . Pound fees . Poll tax . City scale receipts . Street sprinkling assessments . Side walk assessments Miscellaneous Receipts— _. j3rjar in deposit, 1st Nat. Bank (see aud. report Refund by county to city (for extras on road roller Refunded, Taylor's expense to Boise . Refund, account paid twice ., Sprinkling warrant paid from general fund, re turned later by warrant on sprtnk. Tax Assessments— Paving district No. 5 . Paving district Nq. 7 .. Local Improvement district No. 14 . Sewer district No. 4 . Sewer district No. 5 . $ 32,434.81 381.00 184.00 180.00 662.00 has 9.80 735.00 661.90 1,379.71 1,193.04 20.00 9.31 25.00 3.25 In a over left trip Mr. Sam 629.00 16,845.46 15,364.00 161.96 15.10 389.12 $ 70,583.88 $ 70,683.88 Total Receipts .... 5 78,949.89 Prepared and adopted by the city council of the city of Twin Falls, Idaho, this 29th day of June, 1216. Approved by the Mayor of said city this 29th day of June, 1915. Attest: REESE M. WILLIAMS,^ E. M. SWEELEY, Mayor. Want a Meal > A good, clean, appetizing meal that will make you feel content and happy? eaten at our cafeteria, You see the food before you buy, you choose what you want, and your meal fits your appetite or your purse—or both. The "cafe teria habit" is the cheapest and the best. Come and see if you do not agree with us. If you have never come. THOMPSON'S CAFETERIA 139 Shoshone St. South. Twin Falls. berries and wafers composed tlie luueh. at 4 o'clock.