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s'- • $5 -oi ' V? 101 E m ■ a I % mil lls: Should Your Savings Account Be a Checking Account If you handle your money entirely through a savings account, depositing your income and with drawing often to pay your bills, It may be well to consider whether a checking account will not serve your needs better. Perhaps your dealings are large enough to warrant both a savings and a cheeking account at the 3 I I TWIN FALLS BANK & TRUST COMPANY <*******«*•*•*•«•.*•• KIMBERLY NOTES * ♦ *»»»***»♦*♦••*»»»»» (From Idaho Call.) The Relief Society of the L. D. F. church gave a social Tuesday at the church, with a program and supper followed by a social dance. Mrs. John Baish is in the hospital at Twin Falls, where she underwent a double operation for appendicitis and gallstones one day last week. At last reports she was getting along nicely. "All Mixed Up," a comedy drama in three acts, presented by the Dramatic club of the high school last Friday night at the school auditorium, was well received and altogether quite a creditable performance. A baseball team has been organized in the high school and several prac tice games have been played. Two games have been booked with Filer, the first to be played on the Kimberly diamond Friday, April 7. Miss Carlson, recently of Chicago, nelce of County Comimssioner O. E. Carlson, has accepted a position as clerk in Wilson Brothers' store. Mias Carlson has had six years' experience as a dry goods clerk. Clarence W. Cady returned last 0 week, after an absence of four months In Chicago and other eastern points. Mr. Cady owns a valuable farm near town and will devote his attention this summer to farming. O. M. Mlttry of Pocatello, represent ing the North Pacific Construction company, was in town the fore part of last week looking over the plans of some of the buildings contemplated this spring. The North Pacific com pany built the Buhl high school, also the Burley high school and a number of other fine structures in this sec tion. Mr. Mlttry was well pleased with the plans adopted for the pro !» % r o m m srni R 01*, 9 l ? « J* x) i ■ *3 /"*■? "~* ,r rz i / The Quad ploughing through hub-deep mud rear-wheel drive truck could travel v COMIN // r —the famous Jeffery Quad— the track that drivesjbrakes and steers on all four wheels. On the above date we will give a re markable series of demonstrations showing the amazing traction ability of the Quad. Don't fail to see these demonstrations. The Quad does everything that any rear wheel-drive truck can do, and then goes on doing things which no other truck in the world can do. Deep mud, sand, gravel, snow and difficult grades that are impass able to other trucks are easily negotiated by the Quad. Phone, write or call for de tails. Be sure to be on hand. Tracy-Chadwick-Kimball, Inc. 69-71 West 4th So. S1„ Salt Lake City AT THE AUTO SHOW Iff Power on. All Four Wheels posed new high school for Kimberly. His company will bid on the construc tion work. E. V. Elington, professor of dairy ing at the university, in compliance with a request made by the county agriculturist, has authorized Carl A. Harder of Twin Falls to test for ad vanced registry in this county. This gives the breeders in this locality an opportunity to get advanced registry tests at a considerable saving in com parison to what they would have to pay if a tester were brought from a distance. The new Ajax chemical engine was given a try-out a week ago last Thursday, the company's agent from Twin Falls coming over to conduct the test. The comimttee was entirely satisfied with the results and may try It again this week. Only one tank of chemicals was used and a pressure of only 60 pounds developed. A large bonfire was built of boxes and rub bish. The chemical put the fire out, but it was thought by some that the fire had not gained enough headway. A fire meeting was called last Tues day to determine what should be done in the matter. D. Oliver Brown, rep resentative of the Northwestern Fire Apparatus company of Spokane, was present and explained the advantages of the O. & B. chemical double tank. The whole matter was left over to be taken up again at the Men's club meeting at the M. E. church, when it is hoped that everybody interested will come out. "THE TURMOIL" IN THE TIMES. THE TIMES announces that, com mencing at an early date, it will pub lish serially the test seller of the season. Booth Tarklngti.n's greatest story, "The Turmoil." Subscribe for the Times NOW. ♦ FILER HAPPENINGS ♦ (From The Filer Journal.) Sam Taylor will build a modem Yakima, home on his acre lot on south of the house occupied by W. W. Taylor, cupy It. Hugh Bemenderfer of Kalamazoo, Mich., a nephew of Mrs. Timm, rived in Filer Tuesday, here to make a home and will pur chase a lot and build. He is an expert automobile mechanic and will take a position in the Reynolds garage. I^ast Saturday Jacob Musser sold his farm southeast of Filer to a Mr. Pat rick from Twin Falls for $165 per Mr. Musser is in the market L. O. Hughes will oc ar He comes acre. for a larger farm, but in the meantime will have a sale on the 29th and probably move to town until he se cures what he wants. Last week was a busy one for Ford buyers, E. B. Ripley reporting that he sold and delivered eight of them to the following persons; Snyder Hardware Co. H. L. Austin. W T. Conant, Ivan Lincoln and Rev. E. E Crabtree. Besides these; he has nu merous prospects. Deputy Sheriff Connor passed through town yesterday on his way to Buhl on official business, driving the county car and reached the cheese factory the car re fused to go further. He walked into town and phoned to Buhl for a car and after a time was able to finish the trip. While here he informed the Journal that Will Smith, living west of Filer recently purchased two bull pups in Twin Falls and mother of the pups had gone mini and that her head had been sent to Boise, with the word coming back that she had rabies. He telephoned the in formation to Mr. Smith that he might govern himself accordingly in the dis position of the puppies. The doctors srw that it might be eight months before the disease showed up in the pups, all depending upon whether she contracted rabies before or after their birth. Every once in a while a bunch cf "cutups" around town imagine they are drunk after drinking a few glasses of cider and proceed to decorate the streets by changing signs, tipping over benches and otherwise deporting them selves as "bad" men. The marshal will catch up with these fellows some night and the result will be humilia tion and distress. We sound this warning not so much on account of the would-be "bad" men as the dis grace that will follow their arrest. Some of these boys have good moth ers, who will deplore the arrest of their ch'ldren, as many of them have been better raised. What seems like harmless fun is sometimes viewed in a different light by men who want boys to behave themselves and act like gentlemen all the time Yesterday the members of the La dies' Aid tendered Mr?. Austin a fare well reception. Mr. and Mrs. Austin will soon make their home in Twin Falls, where Mr. Austin becomes the manager of the Gem State Lumber yards. After a miscellaneous program consisting of musical numbers, read ings and recitations, Mrs. Fitzgerald, on behalf of the Aid, presented Mrs Austin with a beautiful bouquet cl carnations. The ladies were then in vited to the parlors, where delicious refreshments were served to about one hundred. Mrs. Austin will be greatly missed from Filer, where she has been an active worker in everything that tended to better and make brighter thc home life of the community W. T. Higgenbotham sold his farm southwest of Filer last Saturday to a Mr. Miller of Ellensburg, Wash., for $135 per acre. Mr. Miller is a new arrival here and if he Is of the same caliber that the other citizens from that place are, he will be a splendid addition to our citizenship and gladly welcomed by all. Mr. Higgenbotahm was not long in buying again. Yes terday he bought J. P. Martin's forty near Filer. This is one of the best places on the tract, and in securing this splendid farm Mr. Higgenbotham comes into possession of a place that he has long desired W. T, is not aione in his admiration of this placs. Albert Lee, He was as h that the ♦ * ♦ ♦ * *********** MURTAUCmH news. ♦ ««*•****••***** Times' Special Correspondence. The Ladies' Aid met Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. Goss, who served a ten-cent tea. Ladies present Mesdames Faey, Hunt, Jain, were: True, Kendell, Chance, Dillion, Cox, Wilhite, Callen, Johnson, Webb, Jen sen, Stienour, Hall, Miller, Hero, Pem berton and Misses Blanche Hovreka and Gertrude Hall. The next meeting will be In two weeks with Mrs. W. C. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Pemberton, Davis and Presley, attended the Oliver meetings In Twin Falls Friday night. Mrs. Hero returned home Wednes day from her visit. Mrs. Roberts visited from Saturday until Monday with Mrs. Wells, of Bur ley. Mrs. Hatmaker went to Twin Falls Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Weatherby went to Twin Falls Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Presley in their car. Miss Ina Johnson returned Sunday where she spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Hatmaker and son Jack left for Boise Saturday evening to visit a few days with Mrs. Hat maker's brother. Harry Chance of Burley, spent Sun day witli Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chance. The Ladies' Bee Hive of the Mor mon church, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. Pickett. Rev. MacGillvery of Twin Falls, de livered an interesting sermon in the new Methodist church Sunday night. He was accompanied by Mrs. Van Tassel and Miss Pitcairn of Twin Falls, who assisted with the singing. Rev. MacGillvery will preach here again next Sunday evening and Mon day evening, and Rev. Miller of the Oliver party, will conduct the meet ings the remainder of the week. The band met at the school house Monday evening and arc progressing rapidly under the instructions of Mr. Goebel of Golden Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Decker are the proud parents of a baby boy. Mr. G. Latimer went to the North S'de Sunday to bring home his wife and new baby, who have been with her parents for a few weeks. O UR business first, last and all of the time is the selling of good clothing at a reasonable never i Si We will / k K price. tire of maintaining our standard. ,-V/ it A as & if. \ V m \ \ ft \ Kir age We have just received a bright new snappy lot of Spring Clothing for Men and Young Men—-exactly what their heart desires and their physique requires. These facts can be proved by dropping in here today or tomorrow—by slipping on a few of these well made garments—by noting what individuality of style, and fabric they possess. ! k i.S m . \f I il ■ ;"f! H' •• t « Copyright i9lfl Schoenfcld. Ml Totter Ca The prices are right—being $12.50, $15 and $18 See an Assortment of Styles in Our Window JENKINS & COMPANY Miss Edith Boyd of Twin Falls, Is at the bedside of her brother, Henry Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Brose Hall, Misses Gertrude and May Hall spent Sunday in Twin Falls at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bradley. Mrs. S. Stevens of Rupert, spent Sunday with Mrs. B. Sautters. E. S. True Is erecting a beautiful bungalow on his ranch. An electric meeting was held at the school house Wednesday night and was well attended. The people are anxious for electricity In their homes w A à .4 ■ • vs m M a % ERT J I % i M . .... Vj ; the national joy smoke % I 4 m is the real tobacco for jimmy pipes and makin's cigarettes jg % m % % % gw* W/ Copyright 1911 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. ;v- •' A W ■ mm ////'/////i 'm ÜÜ 'A VA For men who get away to a false start on a pipe or home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or two for what ails their smokeappetites ! 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Made Hfifirj aaoked before 1 and quite a large subscription was given. J. I. Tolman will use it for his pumping plant instead of gasoline. Hans Carlson has gone to the North Side to build a house on his ranch preparatory to moving his family soon. Geo. Decker has a force of men rip rapping the canal east of here. Hyrum Pickett and Geo. Tracey, took their cattle to the hills Monday, i Much grass Is reported in the hills, j Mr. and Mrs. Ell Dean spent Sun day in Kimberly with their daughter. 1 Ward Johnson, formerly a business | man here, and Miss Grace Songer, I ■ former principal of our schools, were married in Kansas City. March 12ht, and will be at home April 1st, in Montpelier, Idaho. All their friends wish them a long and happy journey together through life. Frank Wlnehiemer and Lee John son of. Twin Falls, came up Monday evening and are at the bedside of Henry Boyd, who Is very low with heart trouble. The Little Drury baby is very sick with spinal meningitis. Rufus Hansen transacted business in Twin Falls Monday.