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PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY!
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4 conveniently classified Direc
tory of reliable people who
will appreciate your patron
age; give good service and en
tire satisfaction.
TWICE-A-WEEK
RATES
/ Month, per line
39c
Yu r this Directory, THE TIMES
solicits only the advertise
ments of permanently estab
lished business houses and
professional people. It there
fore quotes no other rates for
its directory Hum those on a
monthly basis.
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ATTORNEYS
WKELEV & SWEELEV, MEMBERS
win Falls Commercial Club,
cse in ail Courts
Lsnal Bank Bldg.
Prac
Ollices: First Na
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t» courts. Rout;
LV.tg. ('dice Plume 96, Residence 5301
A. M. Bowen
Building.
GUTHRIE A BOWEN
V. P. Guthrie
Offices: Shoshone

£ H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7,
'.'«to Falls Bank A Trust Co. Bldg.
————--responded
H M. WOLFE, OFFICE IN I. D, BLDG.
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LXPERT ACCOUNTANT
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J. H. RADCLIFFE
,:7vpert Accountant, Auditor and Sys
r.aaatlzar. Room 4, Power Building.
CONTRACTOR
V MOON- BUILDER. ESTIMATES
-'varnished. Office and Shop near Posl
>flBce. Phone 21.
VOCAL INSTRUCTOR
TENOR SOLOIST
■i B. ROBINSON
• WANTS
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EXCHANGE: SECURE
HELP, POSITIONS, ETC.
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All ads must he ordered for a
stated length of time.
Read your ad the first time if
appears and notify ns immed
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Call or mail your requirements
or phone 3S.
Minimum (otal charge to he not
less than 25c.
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FOR SALE
AUCTION
SALES
(Vo will clerk your sales and cash
tour notes at tlie following discount. •
months notes, 5 per cent; 8 months |
•>.otes, 6 per cent.
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ct) acres of Twin Falls South Side
later right for sale, Warner Bros, j
Twin Falls, Idaho.
FOR SALE—One hundred tons good I
Lfaifa hay f , well stacked. Handy to I
feeding pens and water. Sampson j
•• ros., Hansen, Ida.
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FOR SALE—First and sei
tog hay, one mile from city,
-ill Blue Lake Blvd.
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FOR SALE—One MeCaskey register,
io Dayton computing scale, 2 show
Denoyer's Specialty shop, 153 (
Main. Phone 175-J
lises.
FOR SALE—Gas engine, FaPbank ,i I
Morse. F. A. Rose, Rogerson, Idaho.

FOR SALE — Two thoroughbred j
i. Y. G. boars, two thoroughbred gilts,
-ïîgible for registration. Best of pa
»ers furnished from prize winning |
4ock. Nine months old.
'>aT Twin Falls.

( ollins & I
TOR SALE OR TRADE—Not to ex
-eod $2000 in trade, or will sell small
payment down with nine annual
soents, ZV 2 miles from station. Bn
«change.
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Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch
«needan, who has made millions
and who commands a fabulous
tor his vaudeville sketches, be
.xeves in thrift. He wouldn't be a j
•ootenTnar. if he did not. "Easy come
asy go" is the rule in professions !
■.here big money is made for little ef
fort. Tlie theatrical profession is
■jri.ted for its spending propensities,
•«t Harry believes in saving. Out of I
TALKS ON Til HI FT
ifxugb
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flake Sedas ar
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crisp
crackers that please the most jaded
appetite.
siîdly salted
Order from any dealer
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT COMPANY, Portland. Oregon
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Twin Falls Title & Abstract Company, Limited Monthly Payment
CITY LOANS^
FARM LOANS
Hotel Perrine Building, Twin Falls, Idaho
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
WHITE CROSS MATERNITY HOME.
Open for Medical and Maternity cases.
Reasonable terms. 361 5th Ave. East.
Phone 604-J.
OSTEOPATH
DR. EMMA C. CROSSLAND
McCornick Rldg.
Res. 215 3rd Ave. No.
Phone 135
Rhone 347-J
CHIROPRACTIC
IDRS. ATHERTON AND ATHERTON.
Chiropractic and Sanitarium Treat
ments. Chronic Diseases a Specialty.
Phone 296. Office; 220 4th Ave. E.
DENTISTS
DR. 1). BROWN LEWERS
Specialist in Crown and Bridge Work.
Over Varney's Candy Store.
Guibert Bldg.
Tel. 10!)
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|P r - F p , r ™ E CENTRAL BUILD-I
Phone 426.
ÎNDERTAKERS
| THE CROSBY COMPANY. FUNERAL
i Directors and Emhulmers. C, J. Cros
Offlce. Tel. 408
by. Manager. Corouci
| GROSSMAN AND EMES. ALL CALLS
to promptly, day or night
| Lady Assistant. Large modern cha
pel. Private ambulance. Hriz.ee Bldg.
1126 2nd Ave. E.
295 or 110-2R
Phones; Office HO;
Res.
PRINTING
j TIMES PRINTING & PUBLISHING
Co. All class of printing. Quality
work. Prompt service.
SURVEYORS
J. C. PORTERFIELD, ('. E„ MINING,
Hydraulic and Structural Work. Li
censed Land Surveyor. Room 13, First
Bank Bldg. Res. Phone 5S6-W.
Nat.
full-blooded
FOR SALE—Third cutting alfalfa,
delivered. Call 508-J-.
FOR SALE
Barred Rock cockerels at $1.00 each.
W. F. Mikesell, R. F. D. 2, Box 111,
Fifteen
Twin Falls.
FOR SALE—Cello; couch and side
board. 530 2nd North.
RUBBERS, 60 cents while they last.
At Brunk's Exchange.
FOR SALE—ICO acres, fine land,
unimproved, 9 miles east of Jerome;
bright under main lateral, all irrigable,
near railroad; adjoins free pasture,
fine sheep winter quarters. Address,
Pocatello, P. O. Box 392.
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FOR SALE — Two thoroughbred
boars, two thoroughbred gilts
gihle for registration. Best of papers
furnished from prize winning stock.
(Nine months old. Collins it Day. Twin
Falls.
FOR BALE— Registered Berkshire
Boar. L. D. Williams, DeLong Addi
tion. Twin Falls,
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FOR SALE—Empty oil barrels,
cents each. Lind Automobile Co.
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FOR SALE—Safe. Typewriter tor
rent, Stuart H. Taylor, Phone 52.
THOROUGHBRED PET BULL PUPS
for sale, inquire of Jens Jensen at
Ruttolph's Shoe store.
Address
TENT FOR SALE— 30x50, 12 oz.;
(nearly new. Brunk's Exchange.

Mattie Krumm, Mansi
SALE—Bronze turkey toms.
FOR
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FOR KEXi
ROOMS for rent, single or suite.
(311 4th Ave. E.
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Furnished room, close
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FOR RENT
in. 335 3rd Ave. North.
lodern seven room house.
sot Blue Lakes Blvd.
Inquire
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Light housekeeping suite and single
outside rooms. Rent reasonable. Ap-,
lv Twin Fails Business College.
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m
ir you are
* Time« Want Ad. fill your
his earnings he accumulated enough
cribe $50,000 to the British War
patriotism at four per cent.
Harry has a few homely maxims
on thrift that have been widely cir
ciliated during the war period, in the
hope that his followers would profit
thereby. "Mither wadna waste" says
Harry, "and 1 would be disgracing her
memory if I wasted," Here are some
(of Itis rules:
I. Behave toward your pur
you would to your best friend.
2. View the reckless spending of
to sul
lamn
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H. C. Scranton, Con
sul. Paul Smith, Clerk
Tel. 369-J and 574 1
TWIX FALLS LODGE NO. 46 K OF P-.
"ml and 4lh Wednesdays oi
Month, S o'clock. J. W. Iron. C. C. I
!J. P- Johnston, K. H, and S.
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TWIN FALLS ELECTRIC; RAILROAD
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Shoshoue Falls 1
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PIANO INSTRUCTION
WILLIAM C. COBURN. $10.00 PER
term of ten lessons. Res. 703 W. Main.
Phone 612.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
M. W. A. CAMP
No. 10S90
2nd and 4th Thursday
Moose Hall
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Meets
TIME CARDS
Schedule
O S. L. Depot
7 : Ô0 a. m.
1:00 p. m.
3:45 p. m.
. 8:00 a. m
. 1 ;45 p. in
5 00 p m I
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Sunday
. 10:00 a. m
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.5:00 p. m.
9:30 a, ni.
l : 00 p. in.
4:30 p. m.
Special rate of
trips.
cents round trip
will be made each Saturday on all
R. R. SPAFFORD, See'y |
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in effect until fur
Sept. 13, 1915.
ther notice.
IDAHO SOUTHERN RAILROAD
Train Schedule
Effective May 17, 1915.
Daily No. 1
Daily No. 2
8:30 a. in, Lv.. Gooding ..Ar 1:0up. m
8:45 a. m. Lv.. Bennett ..Ar 12:35 p m
9:05a. m. Lv.. Wendell ..Ar I
Station
p. m
9:20 a. m. Lv.. Adraore ..Ar 12:10 p. in
9:35 a. m. Ar.... Jerome ....Lvll:
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J. H. RADCLIFFE,
General 'Passenger Agent
FOR SALE—At a bargain, to close
(estate, iUS acres 1% miles west of
Twin Falls. Will rent for $20 per
acre, cash rent, for term of five years.
Lays good and can use same water
four times. (!. W. Rice, administra
WANTED,
City.
tor, Box
Bronze
turkey gobbler, for breeding purposes.
Give weight and age and address T. J.
Douglas, Hollister.
Mammoth
WANTED One
WANTED- Position as housekeeper
by widow with two children. Widower
preferred. Address X. L. T., care
Times.
Highest market price paid for baled
alfalfa bay the year round,
Finke, Twin Falls, Idaho. Telephone
John
708-W.
GIRL wants general housework. Ad
dress 444 6 th avenue east.
CHAMBER MAID WANTED—Adams
Hotel.
WANTED—Second hand furniture,
at Brunk's Exchange.
WANTED—Experienced waitresses.
Rogersou Cafe.
WANTED—To buy 25 ono-ycar old
heifers. E. A. Moon.
WANTED—Lady experienced with
children to keep house for family of
four. Phone 565-R2.
LOST
LOST- Package Saturday evening,
south of Twin Falls over steel bridge,
containing child's dress, pair glasses.
Return to Home Dining Room.
CO CM)
FOUND—A pair
prater's grocery.
same by calling at Times office.
.m SHELL,VNEdCS
of glasses near
Owner can receive
ALWAYS in the market for good
alfalfa hay, haled. John Finite, Phone
708-W'.
Beginning January 1 , 1916, S. & H.
trading stamps given with cash sales
only, INDEPENDENT MEAT CO.
money as criminal and shun the com
pany of the reckless spender,
3 Dress neatly, hut not lavishly. A
h, an i i p.,y H ;l j,j K i 10r ra t e 0 f interest
than your back.
, r '„ . ......
. 4 ' l"ke your moûts jud.c.ous
■ ■ _ ' ou ' u ' njoy 1111111 better.
Don't throw away the crusts—
eat them. They are as nourishing as
beef,
your stomach.
7. Remember, it only takes twenty
shillings to make a pound, and twelve
pennies make a shilling.
8 . You can sleep belter after a hard
day's work than after a hard day's
idleness.
It is more exhilarating to leel
money in your pocket than beer in
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9. Get good value I'nm your trades
men. They watch out that they get
good money from you.
10. A hank hook makes good read
ing-better titan some novels.
Aggressive use of the classified col
umnes will rent good properties. In ot
out of seasons, and practically cut out
losses from vacancies.
WANTED—Large, clean cotton rags
at Times office
DOG DOES NOT RECOGNIZE ACTOR
IN ONE DART OF DUAL ROLE
In the William Fox production of
"The Wonderful Adventure," which
will bo shown at the Isis Wednesday
and Thursday evenings and in which
William Farnum is starred, the actor
plays a role which is in reality two
parts, as it deals with a dual person
ality. The drama which is from the
pen of tlie noted author, Captain Wil
bur Lawton is mainly based upon the
"Jekyll and Hyde" characters of John
Stanley, the young engineer, and De
murest, the drug fiend who resembles
him so closely that it is next to im
) possible to tell them apart.
] The action of the play requires that
John Stanley be possessed of a faithful
collie dog, his companion and only
friend. When Stanley meets Demar
est, the dog, with canine intuition, des
h—'cries the subtle taint of evil that
i lttn gs about Demurest. Several dogs
WRr , ; tried, but they were all equally
friendly with Mr. Farnum, both in the
character of Stanley and of Demurest.
At last, however, "Rover," a magnifi
cent collie from the famous kennels
of J. P. Morgan was tried. The dog
showed marvelous intelligence. When
Mr. Farnum as Stanley, was in the
scene, Rover could not bo demonstra
live enough in his affection. When,
however, the actor passed to the role
Rover's disposition
He seemed to sense
lie snarled
changed entirely.
what was required of him.
and the hair on his neck rose omin
II was actually dangerous for
Farnum to approach him; yet,
when the scene was over and Mr. Far
"emerged" from his character,
Dcmarest,
of
ously.
Mr.
mini
the four-footed actor was as friendly
It was one of the most re
us ever.
markable examples of canine sagacity
on record. Rover now
| tPr ,] ani ,. s M. Allen, of The McAlpin,
I New York City, a good"living and the
cost of his services has risen from five
to ten dollars a day.
•arns Ins nias
;<;k>i STATE RURAL ASKS SOME
LEADING POLITICAL QUESTIONS
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Tin- political editor of the Gem State
; Rural is out for information and is
•sending around cards to editors and
other people who are supposed to take
• an interest in political affairs asking!
(them in regard to their choice for
-gubernatorial nominee. The Democrats
in regard to whom he asks are Moses
I Alexander and James H. Hawley. The
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I]card are E. H. Dewey, George Crum,
I). W. Davis, ('apt. E. G. Davis, Her
• man H. Taylor, G. H. Martin, H E.
! McElroy, Fred W. Gooding and
Charles L. Heitman. Martin and Mc
Elroy are Progressives, though placed
I in the Republican column by the Rural
political editor.
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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
The two distinct types of Eczema can be
relieved readily by using Dry Zensal for
the crusty, scaly skin and Moist Zensal for
all watery eruptions. 50c the jar.
City Pharmacy Co.
EWES FOR SALE
Good mouth, cross bred ewes to lamb in February
and March, for sale; right prices. Any number up to
one thousand.
Sheep bought and sold on commission basis. If we
haven't the sheep you want, will find them for you.
CASTLEFORD LAND & SHEEP COMPANY
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Rooms 1*2-14 Hunk & Trust Hid
Phone 220
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PHONE 200
Transfer & Garbage Hauled at
Reasonable Prices

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