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«1 •-01 m ; -V', m i l m $ ■ mi *, oTALLS.' Is Your Job Your Only Asset? m Doesn't common sense tell you the wisdom, the necessity of having another asset—a Twin Falls Bank & Trust Company Savings Account—to fall back on should the job, or your ability to hold it, fail you? TWIN FALLS BANK & TRUST COMPANY \ f r HRACKBN. President. UK C. K SCOTT. Vice President 'KHAN TRACEY. Cashlei « The Idaho State Bank Of Twin Falls, Idaho CAPITAL $50,000 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS See Us For Farm Loans THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Invites you to see its officers when you have any financial questions to decide. We are the oldest bank on the tract, your disposal. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TWIN FALLS Our experience is at Home Laundry Company E. COLEMEN, Proprietor Family washing of all kinds turned out at short notice. First class work guaranteed. Telephone 716-W Old Foils Laundry Stand, Corner Third Avenue South and Second Street, Twin Falls, Idaho. J. H. McNICHOLS & CO. PHONE 200 1 ransfer & Garbage Hauled at Reasonable Prices \ Don't Scratch—Use Zensal This remedy, Zensal, is made to reach your parPi-u lar case. If you have an Eczema that k dry and scaly, use Dry Zensal. If you have weeping skin or any watery eruption, buy Moist Zensal ami get the relief you have been seeking. 50 cents the jar —City Pharmacy. All the better class of dealers uncon sciously recommend Snowflake Sodas because for so long they have been the standard of cracker goodness. 10c and 2Sc packages —also in bulk PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT ^ COMPANY Portland NSV Oregon '/ L ALLIES ABANDON POSITIONS ON GALLIPOLI PENINSULA Turkish Guns Prevent Holding Tron ches Longer. Only One Man Wound ed in Withdrawal. LONDON—The remaining positions held by the allies on Gallipoli penin sula have now been abandoned with the wounding of only one man among the British and French, according to a British official statement Issued last Sunday night. I Renewed activities of various kinds noted by the Turkish official com munications in the past few days, has presumably been in the nature of preparations for the final act of the Dardanelles tragedy. Sunday night's Turkish official statement covering the period from Thursday to Satur day, records the increasing effective ness of reinforcements of the Turkish batteries which have been drawing in and concentrating on the allies' re maining positions. Another pang to the British public will be caused by the announcement Sunday night of the loss of the battle ship King Edward VII., which has been blown up by a mine. The Brit ish official statement on this subject does not reveal the scene of the action and merely says that the disaster oc curred In a heavy sea despite which the entire crew was saved before the ship went down. The King Edward VII. represented an investment of nearly £1,600,000 and was one of the finest of the last class of predreadnoughts, correspond ing in general to the American ships of the New Jersey and Nebraska type and was only slightly older than the Natal, which was sunk by an internal explosion about a week ago. COW TESTER REPORTS 0001) RESULTS FOR BUHL SOCIETY At the close of the first quarter's work the members were beginning more titan ever to realize the immense good resulting from the work of the association, to both their herds and the dairy industry in Idaho. 51 cows in the association met the requirements for the honor roll dur ing tlie month of December, 40 pounds of butterfat per month. Nubbins, a grade Holstein owned by A. A. Stauffacher, securing first place with a record of 1795 pounds of milk, 3.9 or a total of 69.6 pounds of butter fat for the month, while a registered Jersey, owned by C. E. Long, secured second place with 1094 pounds of milk, testing 6.4, producing a total of 69.0 pounds of butterfat. She was Cas tillian Lady No. 266,628. Third place was captured by Lads Bright Light No. 266,608. She is also owned by C. E. Long. She produced 1178 pounds of milk, testing 5.0 or a total of 58.9 pounds butterfat for the month. In the high herd butterfat average for the month, C. E. Long secured first place with his herd of regis tered Jerseys. Their average being 42.1 pounds of butterfat. Fred Reed's grade Holsteins cap tured second place with an average of 36.1 pounds of butterfat. Third place went to H. H. Stiyer, his registered Holsteins averaging 31.5 pounds of butterfat. As a result of the work of the as sociation, three cows have already been sold to the butcher as unprofit able for milk production and 8 more are slated to go. been overlooked is proven by the fact that there were 10 cows on our honor roll in December which were also on the roll for October, which is unusu ally good for this season of the year. The association now has 27 mem bers with a total of 675 cows; twenty of these herds are neaded by regis tered sires while seven herds have grade sires. • Besides keeping a record of the cows of the association, we also keep a close check on the cream separators owned by members. Investigations have also been made in regard to the prices of linseed meal in car lots and the figures are now on file with the tester. The herd tester desires to express his appreciation of the co-opera'ion extended him in his work by the sec retary of the Buhl Commercial club, the Buhl newspapers and the news papers at Twin Falls. At the Com mercial club rooms in Buhl a desk has been installed for the convenience of the tester and he now has a perma nent place for business when in Buhl, where he can prepare his reports ana attend to his correspondence and also has been extended the use of the rooms for holding meetings of the asso ciation. On Friday afternoon, December 31, '■e members of the association and their wives were entertained at lunch eon by the Buhl Commercial club. A nice lunch was served after which the guests were entertained by an exhibi tion of beautiful colored stereoptlcon views of the herds, barns, farms, and homes of the Buhl country. County Ag riculturist Birch and Secretary Brad ley of the Commercial short addresses complimenting the sociation on Its progress, cided to hold these meetings monthly in the future so that feed questions and other matters of importance could be discussed. * club made as It was de O. T. KOSTER, Tester, ♦ TALKS ON THRIFT • *••****,, Every man should be jealous of two things; his good name and his credit. A good name helps his credit and good credit helps a good name. He should value his reputation as his choicest possession, and he should guard his credit equally well, if not better than he guards his money. He can protect his good name by keeping good pany, avoiding questionable places and bad habits in general, what he chooses to make it. build up and protect his credit by course—borrowing and paying as he goes—buying on time and paying time. ******** com Hls name is He can mi' on The greatest force in the business world is credit—the power to borrow; to get trusted ; to obtain the property of another to use as I mere promise to pay. our own on a "Credit," says PONT PULL A LONS FACE IF THE BOSS SAYS 'YOU'RE FIRED ?" OR DOC SAYS "lYS TWINS •" OR WIFIE SAYS **MA'S COniNÔf DON'T GET SORE, EIGHT UP A PIEDMONT — THE SMILE STIMULATOR - AND BE HAPPY V/HILE IT LASTS . HE CIGARETTE K OF QUALITY / V. IO 'e FOR % 5' si v Abo packed 20/or 10c n e" & P dP CP % o " SB s ( £ % VALUABLE COUPON IN EACH PACKAGE t* n* VA Webster, "has done more a thousand times to enrich the nations than all the mines in the world." Credit spans riv ers, opens mines, builds railroads, moves commerce and wages war. Our whole business structure rests upon it. For every extension of credit there must be a debt, and there can be no credit where there is no debt. Debt is not dishonorable; the abuse of credit is. The man who runs in debt is not a business offcast, but a sensible man—provided lie uses his credit right. There are some forms of debt to be encouraged; there are oth ers to be avoided. To buy a house with a mortgage on it is commend able; but to buy an automobile from the proceeds of a mortgage on your house ought to be a disgrace. To run a grocery bill is no crime; to fall to pay as you agree ought to be. To fur- j nish your house on the installment plan may be the best thing you ever did—some people could not have a home any other way; but to buy clothes on a dollar a week install ment plan is financial suicide. Strange as it may seem, those who have operated on the pay-as-you-go or-don't-go-plan find it difficult when they must ask for credit. The trou ble is, they have done nothing to es tablish their credit. This is partic ularly true in large cities where one's habits are not well known, but in small places a reputation as a cash customer soon gets to be common pro perty. At any rate it is a good plan to deal on credit for the sake of the time when you may need accommo dation. One of the best known accountants in New York states that early in life he saw the time coming when he would need to borrow, and concluded to establish his credit beforehand. He knew that It he borrowed and paid promptly, he would soon have good credit and six per cent, for credit is cheap. And so- he opened a bank ac count, got in favor with his hanker, borrowed but paid punctually, until he was well regarded as a credit risk. The time came when he needed money to finance his undertakings, and he found no trouble in getting what he wanted, because he had es tablished himself as a safe borrower. Guard your credit as you _ guard your health. It will always be a good friend to you and never desert you. Borrow when you must, but pay as you agree—and there is no other way. Make your word as good as your bond. Treat your debts as sacred obliga tions. Don't "welch" on your business transactions. Play the man Don't let the lender do all the worrying over the debt, do some yourself. Don't let it go at that, but worry to a certain result. Don't think for a moment your creditor has forgotten your debt, no matter how old we never forget such things. When you must borrow, do not go to your friends, but find some organized agency (they exist in every large city) that makes lending a business. If your proposition is good, and you can qualify, you can get your loan, and it will be a cold business proposition, satisfactory to both. Next to a good bank account, good credit is your best friend. Guard it * as such. LEGAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF ELECTION OF TRUS TEES To the members of the Pleasant View Baptist church of Knull, Idaho: You are hereby notified that a meet ing of the members of the Pleasant View Baptist church of Knull, Idaho, will be held on Monday, the thirty first day of January, Nineteen Hun dred and Sixteen, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. at the Baptist church at Knull siding, Idaho, for the purpose of electing five trustees and for the purpose of transacting such other business as may legally come before such meeting. MRS. LEONARD L. HOLLOWAY, Clerk of Church. is a BUILDING JUST THE HOME YOU WANT. <1 In speaking of the home you want to build one writer has said: ^' i The house he is to build is the house of his hopes and dreams, probably the fruit of long years of work and study and contemplation; it is to be a home for his soul as well as his body, a little corner of the world that is essentially his own. y y «ä; & ; ■Sf? ., & .L* * 'v; >• — z sar k iff -pi a : h- H, ! J , lä I Mi PLAN NO 2ZJ*« ♦' 1 - —y»- sir; In other words, to be just what you want, your new home must be vastly more than an example of practical construction of good quality materi als. Its whole makeup, interior and exterior, must interpret and express you—it must harmon ize with your individuality. The floor plans and sketches comprising our "Cottage Home" Plan Service are chuck full of sensible suggestions which the architect or builder can carry out at a modest outlay. <1 The home of your hopes need not be an expen sive home. a G£M STATE LUMBER CO. O q o E Marrtll C S\SaOCIAt* 3 CT E. Lay. Manager, Twin Falls, Idaho. i^WillärcEl Time To Wake Up \ s If yon haven't yet learned Mm value of expert storage battery service, you're about two mi U s behind ths procession. Coca, in and catch up with the crowd. Free inspection of any battery at any time V. H. KARIS, Twin Falls, Idaho.