There's a very great difference be
Christmas gift and
tween the price of a
Many a time you have turned from
the costliest parcel that Christmas
brought you to a lower-priced gift which
tugged the heart strings with a dear
sociation or a precious memory.
The gift you want to send to
own people or your nearest friends—the
gift that really means you—that's your
photograph. It's a gift of value, indeed,
and may be high-priced or low-priced as
you choose to make it.
The Bisbee Studio
It will soon be Christmas.
Local and Personal
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Murphy visited
if Bnhl Thursday of this week.
Rex Leland transacted business in
Twin Falls Wednesday from his home I
J. B. Stocking was a business visit
er in the county seat Thursday from
foe Salmon river tract
Mrs. S. F. Gamble is spending the
ifeek in Rupert visiting with her sis
ter, Mrs. Homer Mills.
C. I.. Smith, local manager of the
Berger Lumber company, transacted
basin ess In Twin Falls Thursday.
Sheriff Frank Kendal was on the
Vest end of the tract Wednesday af
ternoon looking after official business.
The next regular meeting of Twin
Falls chapter O. E. S. will be held
ie Masonic temple, Nov. 23rd, at 8
J. C. Porterfield, manager of the
Twin Falls Canal company transact
ed business on the west end of the
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Bacon are in the
from their home in Boise, visit
ing at the home of their son, F. C.
Bacon and family.
G. M. Hall, manager of the Salmon
River Land & Water company, trans
acted business in the city for a day
the first of the week.
-nd Mrs. Arthur Hollingsworth
on' to the former's ranch near Kim
berly, Wednesday of this week.
Congressman Addison T. Smith and
Mrs. Smith will leave Tuesday for
Washington, D. C., where they will
spend the winter, while Mr. Smith is
attending to his duties.
The Ladles of the G. A. R. will
have a regular meeting In the I. O.
O. F. hall. Saturday afternoon, No
vember 20th. Members are requested
to be present for initiation.
241 Main Avenue East, Jones Block
There are some Men and Boys who have bought Mackinaw Coata this fall who did not
buy them in this store. I am sure that more Men and Boys have bought Mackinaw Coats
O in all the other stores in Twin Falls, than they have bought in this store, but when you stop
4 p to tMwir that there are six other stores here, that are selling Mackinaw Coats, I could hard
^ ly expect to sell more Mackinaw Coats than all of them put together and I do not. But
4 » when it co rn e a to gelhng my share or more than my share, well! Now don't ack me to tell a
"Whopper," but what I do want you Man and Boy» to do it to come in here and see the
Coata that we areaeOingad^rmnHTBtofTJK) that other stores ask from $6.00 to $10.00
for, that ore no better and in some instances not so good, this is no "Whopper."
C. E. Tappen, of the Hollister tract
transacted business in the county seat
Thursday of this week.
F, L. Hack was a business visitor in
the county seat from Filer for a day
the middle of the week.
Mrs. J. W. Nance left the first of the
week for Boise, where she will visit
with relatives for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hopkins departed
Sunday evening for California, where
they will visit the expositions.
J. A. Waters, a member of the Irri
gation and Drainage commission,
spent Thursday on the north side.
H. Thorsen, a business man of Good
ing, transacted business in Twin Falls
for a day the middle of the week.
M. N. Knudson, a farmer from the
Hollister tract, spent Thursday in the
city looking after business affairB.
C. E. Bisbee, the photographer, was
in Hansen Wednesday, where he had
been called to do some photo work.
A. F. Tage, city marshall of Je
rome, spent Wednesday in Twin Falls
being called here on official business.
Miss Lois Taber was successfully
operated on for appendicitis at one
of the local hospitals the first of the
L. C. Jones, Btate game warden, was
in the city for a day or two of this
week looking after business pertaining
to hla office.
Mr. and Mrs. George Singleton were
visitors In the county seat for a
couple of days of this week from tl cir
home In Buhl.
W. S. Mallory and daughter, Mrs. J.
H. Wise, left the first of the week for
California, where they will visit both
of the expositions.
E. A. Beem who Is engaged in the
mercantile business in the growing
town of Flier transacted business In
Twin Falls Wednesday.
Roy M. Gunning and Miss Sophia
Berks, both of Filer were married in
the Catholic church, Friday, November
12, by the Rev. N. P. Hahn.
Are on display at the GIFT store. The largest stock ever carried by this old Reliable firm
is ready for you. Just think of it—Gifts from 25c up. and remember our Package Service is at
your service. Something for nothing. We know how.
W. R. Priebe, Jeweler
BANK & TRUST BLDG.
Miss Anna Scott and Miss Mary L.
Adams spent Sunday in Buhl visit
ing with friends.
Sir. and Mrs. J. A. Sinclair and
children enjoyed an auto trip to the
west end of the county Sunday.
C. F. Fargo, of South Dakota, was in
the city over Sunday, accompanied by
his two sons. They are now stopping
in Burley where the sons will engage
in the mercantile business.
To The Early Christmas Shopper
We wish to announce that, our stock of WHITE
JVORY TOILET GOODS is now complete. Come
in and look it over while the assortment is large.
You will find many now and useful articles in this
THE MOST POPULAR of Toilet Ware. As to qual
ity, we bought the best we could buy realizing that
the BEST is the cheapest after all.
That our SODA FOUNTAIN is always running,
serving piping HOT, delicious drinks to an ever ap
STOP IN, and rest after your shopping tour, one
of our HOT CHOCOLATES will brace you up.
CITY PHARMACY CO.
THE KODAK STORE
Rev. H. W. Parker, superintendent
of the Pocatello district of the Meth
odist church, returned Thursday from
Shoshone, Hailey and other points on
the north side. He reports about three
Inches of snow when he was In the
Wood river country.
D. Pallessier was
county Jail by Police Judge Smith, the
first of the week for conducting a
gambling game. On Wednesday he
was taken before Probate Judge Shank
on a county warrant,
two hundred dollars, which he will
work out in jail.
sent to the
He was fined
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stewart,
Thursday morning, November 18th, a
Dr. Charles Wetherbee was in the
city Thursday from his home in Buhl
on professional business.
L. G. Hayford, of Buhl, transacted
business in the city for a day or two
of this week. Mr. Hayford returned
a short time ago from California,
where he had been for several months.
Dr. A. F. McClusky spent Thursday
In Twin Falls looking after business
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Douglas were
county seat visitors Tuesday from
their farm on the Salmon tract.
C. D. McKinley, who Is engaged in
farming near Filer was a business
visitor In Twin Falls Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Baker attended
the funeral of Mrs. Lawrence Hansen
at Hailsen Wednesday afternoon.
J. A. Vandenbark, of the Rogerson
country transacted business in Twin
Falls for several days of this week.
Mesdames Austin and Butler were
in the city for a day the first of the
week from Kimberly on a shopping
Mrs. C. C. Canine returned to her
home in Burley, the last of the week
after visiting with her sister, Mrs.
E. V. Berg.
Mrs. Woodsun, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Howard
Skeels for several months, returned to
Lexington, Nebraska, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Warner will leave
in a few days for Cornell, Iowa, where
they will visit with their daughter,
Miss Harriett, who is attending Cor
Mrs. A. J. Green has returned from
Beaver' City, Nebraska, where she has
spent the past two years. Mrs. Green
has rented a house in the city where
she will reside.
Thomas Beech spent Wednesday in
the city from Rupert looking after
business affairs. Mr. Beech is engag
ed in farming and stock raising on the
J. G. Kennedy, organizer of the S.
& H. Stamp company, has been in the
city for several days looking after
business for his company. Mr. Ken
nedy makes his headquarters in
Brooklyn, New York.
Get your exercise at the Spic and
Span Bowling Alles,
neat and clean. Competent personal
attention by the owner.
Two big prises offered this week
for which all may compete.
Ladies day Tuesdays and Fridays
from 2 to 6 o'clock. Special attention
given to beginners. (Ask the man.)
"Qo where the bunch goes,
bowlers lnteersted in forming a league
meet at the alleys Monday night, Nov.
22nd, 8 p. m.
ROY CUBIT, Prop.
If you are In need of anything, ■
Timas Want AdL will fill your want
Society items for this column will
be gladly received by The Times.
Phone 125W, The Society Editor.
Mrs. J. Howard Heine will entertain
Saturday afternoon with a Kensington.
Mrs. Wilbur Hill entertained the
Wednesday bridge club this week. Mrs.
L. F. Morse received first prize.
Mrs. Pike has postponed the Twen
tieth Century club tea to Saturday
afternoon on account of the school
The second of a series of class par
ties in the high school was given last
Friday night in the high school audi
torium by the Sophomore class. The
evening was spent in playing games.
The first club dance of the season
was given last Friday night in Ma
sonic hall. This club is composed of a
number of young men of the younger
set. Twenty couples danced until a
The M. C. B. club held its regular
I meeting with Mrs. Erickson Wednes
day, November 10th. Mrs. Kelley re
ceived first prize. The next meeting
will be with Mrs. Spielberg, the day
Mrs. R. H. Musser entertained the
Sewing club last Thursday evening.
The guests spent the first part of the
evening at the picture show and the
last part at the Musser home, in sew
ing. Light refreshments were served.
The Blue Lakes Boulevard club was
entertained last Friday by Mrs. Leiter.
A reading by Mrs. Rumsey and a talk
on her eastern trip by Mrs. Ernes,
made up the program. Mrs. Ernes had
many interesting pictures to Illustrate
Light refreshments were
The Mother's Surprise club held its
regular meeting this week with Mrs.
Arthur Requa. Mrs. Edward's paper
on "Financing the Home," was great
ly enjoyed as was also that of Mrs.
Carl Bryant on "Jane Addams." Light
refreshments were served after the
On Wednesday evening of this week
a number of friends and neighbors of
Mrs. Harry Smock, gathered at the
Smock home on Sixth avenue east to
assist in celebrating her birthday. The
guests brought with them plenty of
good things to eat and a very pleasant
evening was spent.
The second meeting of the high
school section of the Parent-Teacher's
association was held Tuesday after
noon at the high school. Rev. Mr.
Franck gave an Interesting talk on
"The Child Problem." Mrs. Bristol,
Mrs. J. H. White and Superintendent
Blue took part in the discussion.
Mrs. G. W. Wilcox was hostess to
a few intimate friends Wednesday eve
ning, November 10th. Progressive 500
was played during the evening. A
three-course luncheon was served af
ter the game. The following were
guests: Messrs, and Mesdames R. J.
-Moore, Bobier, Denoyer and W. Wyatt.
Mrs. L. F. Morse entertained the
Wednesday Cozy club this week at her
home on Main street. Mrs. Willard
Wyatt. Mrs. Bronaugh, Mrs. Sawyer
and Mrs. Hunsiker substituted. Mrs.
Baker was awarded first prize for
high score. A delicious three-course
luncheon was served at the close of
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Miss Clara Corbett entertaraed:
twenty-four friends last Saturday ewws
ning at the Glandon home. Progrew
sive 500 was played. Miss Blauet*»
Hill received first prize, a hand em
broidered handkerchief and M**e
Christine Heminfeson received the
consolation prize. Miss Corbett serwmA
a dainty two course supper.
Mrs. R. R. Pitcairn was the hcati®»
for the Women's Missionary society <gt
the Methodist church last Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Hal G. Blue was Inf
er. After the program Mrs. Pli
assisted by her daughter. Miss '_
erine, Mrs. T. J. Warner, Mrs. Bcmta,
erine, Mrs. T. F. Warner, Mtb. Beatost
Mrs. Ramsay, Mrs. Black and Mto
Etta Riley served light refreshments.
Fifty members were present.
Mrs. C. E. Lind and Mrs. Richarde«»
entertained informally, Tuesday af
ternoon in honor of Miss Ellen Cart
son, of Denver, who is the guest of her
aunt, Mrs. Harder. Many games wexvs
enjoyed during the afternoon.
Carlson received a creamer and sugar
as guest prize. A delicious lamcheoe. -
was served late in the afternoon
Twenty guests were invited, to- mc*«£
Mrs. Charles McElwaine and Mrs
Urban Tracey very delightfully tuler
tained the members of the Wimodautr
club Wednesday with a luncheon afc
the home of Mrs. MeElwaine. Berit«
the members of the club, Mrs. G» I*.
Mee, of South Dakota, who is visiting
at the Smith home was a guest. Cid
ers were laid for twenty-one and tbrt
guests were seated at two large table*
The centerpiece was a cut glas» vase
filled with large yellow chrysanfoe
mums. Yellow shaded candles in crys
tal candle sticks and place cards As
signed in yellow chrysanthemum*,
made the table very attractive.
Edna Beauchamp and Miss Katlurt—
Pitcairn assisted in serving. Tb* af
ternoon was pleasantly spent In.
sewing. Following is the guest lint;
Mesdames Babcock, Beauchamp, Fad
ing, Breckenridge, Jennison, Kay1or„
Mann, McMartin, McMaster, Ostrander.
Pitcairn, Scott, Spackman, Warne*.
Wilson, Wigglesworth, Young «*<
Johnny, with a thirst for gore, ;
Nailed the baby to the floor;
Mother said, with a weary shrug;
"Johnny, dear, don't spoil the nie.'" ,
Underwear for Father.
"No, that ain't loud enough. I waoK
the loudest underwear ever made!" j
"What for, no one ever sees it-"
"I want it so loud that I'll be tH*
to find it mornings when it's got aw
wife's and all the children's cloths»
piled on top of it."
Would Mean Something.
"Most of these city flags are vwrv
Inappropriate, it seems to me."
"Now, take Boston, for instanew
With a pot of beans and a couple aC
codfish you could fix up a neat
His Wife—Aren't you ever contact
to breakfast, Babington?
He—Yes, yes, dear. I've nearly to
talled the morning papers now, and t
only want to glance at the evenlu*
papers that have just come in.
DR. F. C. BEEBE
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