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Business Directory 11 cCORMICK is the agio-Name M A Buy Pastries and Mothers Bread from the KOVAL BAKERY, it you want the Real Home-made Baking. 120 2nd E. TIP Phone 227 Hoosier Furniture Company Phone 540-J 209 Shoshone. / HOME OF THE Loans RANGE ETERNAL T On Binder, Header, Mow er, Hake or Twine. Look for I. H. C. trade mark on your repairs. Aultman-Taylor Thresh ers, Clover Hollers and Engines; Threshers' Sup plies. Falls Realty win First Hand Facts on REAL ESTATE Canadian Lands. 120 Shoshone So. Co. G. D. Thomas & Co. "WHERE GOOD EATERS REAL ESTATE Phono 266-J. Phone 226-J, I IT "GO." PAY'S Idaho Hardware & Implement Co. TO FRED FOSS KEEP YOUR HARNESS OILED AND REPAIRED Palace Gale 224—2nd Ave. So. Phone 343-W 261 Main Avenue East COAL PHONE 571 141 Main Ave. W. Phone 553 FOR % f COLD AT THE S' CROZIER TRANSFER COMPANY ]jh\ Waverly Hotel Consultation and Spinal Analysis FREE. DAYS m wm: y Q You get ALL you want to EAT for A Specialty of Chronic Diseases. Etter Goal Go. /• o \ 25c Shoshone & Railroad Tracks. CHIROPRACTIC SANITARIUM Your Buildings Will Last if You Buy Paint at No "unwelcome bedfellows" in our sanitary beds. Free employment agency to guests Hrs. Atherton & Atherton 130 4th Ave. E. 402 Shoshone Phone 348 Hardy's Paint Store H j v 163 Third Ave. N. PHONE 261 151 3rd Ave. S. Phone 317-W ORSE « OME Buy at the C We wish to acll your at tention this week partlcu JOHN GROCERY APABLE ONCHETE ONTRACTOR A Clean H. to larly WOLFE'S STORE, 216 Main Ave. N. Even it the war has sent the prices of groceries soaring sky high, they still carry their usual, ex cellent line, and give just as good service as ever. Reliable ketchup, olives, salad oils and things of that sort in bottled form Economy Gash Grocery Store, Quality Groceries and Satis fied patrons, is Our Daily Ambition. H. J. ANDRES Highland View Add. PHONE 503-J-2 C. M. McElwaln, Prop. 225 Main Ave. E. Phone 311 Wolfe's Grocery J. E. BURKE Phone 327 216 Main Ave. N. 320--2d Avenue South offered from fresh stock. They do the order ing from the wholesaler in a way that keeps old stuff off the shelves. What kind of cereal do you eat for breakfast? No matter what kind it is they carry a good, fresh supply. They handle the best grades of sugar at the lowest prices. Fresh, wholesome crack ers which the kiddies love to eat for a piece. Tea and coffee who's aroma and delicate flavor makes it a tavorit with everyone who tries It. Cheese to be good must be used up quickly after it is cut, but thelr's Is always good be cause there are so many purchases a day. It would be impossible to keep old cheese at WOLFE'S GRO CERY. This is a straight tip, take our advice and buy only at a reliable grocery, where they do not keep questionable stock. And If that is the kind of place for which you are looking, try WOLFE'S. are The Place ODERN ILK1NG ACHINERY akes contented Cows. Now Is the Time NYE BROS. For a GOOD. QUICK MEAL, is at the Coal & Transfer Co. City Cafe CLOVER LEAF DAIRY Y. VV. Scribner. Clean 117 Main Ave. E. Phone 410 a For all Good Men to Bat at the Goto Coal ♦> Welcome Home Dining Room Twin Falls Delicious Meals, and you may have a second helping E. A. MOON Cafe For Screens or Window Glass. 301 Main Ave. W. Phone 21 Phone 88—Res. I'honc 681 Shoshone & O. S. L, Depot. CAROLYN COONEY llO 1 ^ Main Ave. E. 124 Main Ave. So, Phone 238 PROTEST AGAINST ADVANCED RATES ON TRUIT Public Utilities Com mission Will Take the Mutter Up Willi tile Interstate Commerce Commission. The public utilities commission lias decided to ask tor a suspension of the recent tariff increasing the freight rate on fruits, in a petition to the in terstate commerce commission. The attorney general has been instructed to make the request and the state's legal department charged with the le gal work of the commission is prepar ing to take the step. This tariff was filed last week by the Oregon Short Line. It proposes to advance the rates on fruit shipments from $10 to $30 per car to various shipping points in the United States. The public utilities commission will vigorously protest its going into effect on the grounds the advances are unjustified and unfair to Idaho growers and shippers. tills railroad filed a Some time E tariff iucrea from Idaho territory to various points over the United States. The public utilities commission of Idaho immedi ately protested the rates and secured a suspension of them from the inter state commerce commission to Sept. As the new tariff increasing the rates on fruit shipments recently filed by the Short Line railroad does not go into effect until Aug. 25, the com mission will endeavor to secure a joint hearing on both tariffs before the interstate commerce commission. The suspension of the Aug. 26 tariff will probably be allowed. Shippers and growers in Idaho are greatly interested in the outcome of the controversy. In fact business men and others are equally interested. It is believed by many growers, shippers and business men that if the tariffs are allowed to stand the fruit business in Idaho is going to be seriously crip pled, and in fact some go so far as to declare that fruit growing in many sections will be injured permanently. They are looking to the public utili ties commission to prevent such an alleged disaster to happen. refrigerator rates 12 fÇi mberly News j R. H. Denton and J. H. Hamlin spent two days in Salt Lake City last week. Stull Swearingen, wife and baby, J. W. Swearingen and Miss Frances War ner are back from a fishing trip in the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. McDermid and Mrs. Louther visited the McDermid ranch on Rock creek last week, and report fine oats, wheat and alsike growing - there. They brought home some fine bunches to prove that it was all that they claimed. There is good fruit on the Crockett ranch on Rock creek and some on other ranches, but in places it is light. The Christian Endeavors of the Christian church had an ice cream stand in operation Saturday evening. Cement sidewalks are being put in in front of the bank building, in Turner block, the Tilley block and the Idaho Seed company warehouse. Otis Emanual has accepted a posi tion in the Sure Enuf clothes clean ing parlors. R. G. Wilson and family, A. J. Wil son and family, Charles Upton and family, Bert Silvers and family, Mrs. Nownes and daughter and Frank Cagle returned Friday night from an outing in the Sawtooths. J. D. Tucker has rented his farm and will move back to Missouri with his family. Edgar Wilson is quite sick this week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Atkinson Thursday after noon. Mrs. Stowe left Saturday to visit re latives at Devil's Slide, Utah. The park at the Electric Mills re ceived a good irrigation Saturday. E. U. Mclntire has started a six room house on his farm. Brick and tile arrived Saturday for the T. M. Atkins residence on Rock creek. The Kimberly Planing mill is kept going steadily these days. The pro prietor, E. A. Sudweeks, is working on material for his new home and doing ripping for the contractors on the buildings around town. W. F, Breckon has the prize lists and programs for the county fair at his office and all interested can get them by calling. Rev. B. F. Shoemaker of Burley, filled his last appointment in the Kim berly Christian pulpit Sunday. The permanent pastor has not yet been se cured. GLYCERINE AND BARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS The simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler i-ka, astonishes Twin Falls people. Because Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel, ONE SPOON FUL relieves almost ANY CASE stipation, sour stomach or gas. moves such surprising that a few doses often relieve or pre vent appendicitis. A short treatment helps chronic stomach trouble. The INSTANT, easy action of Adler-l-ka is astonishing. The Bedford-Flsher Drug Co.—Adv. con It re foul matter BARLEY MEAL FOR HOGS. Regular Old Country style, for sale by THE ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN & 249-261 Sixth Ave. Wfest. -—Adv. FEED CO. Telephone 23. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce my candidacy for the nomination of probate judge, subject to the action of the Republi can primary to be held on Sept. 5th. H E. POWERS. —Adv. OR. BEERE LEAVES ON VACATION i ür - F - C. Beebe wishes to let his patients 1 his vacation last Monday, to be I until further notice. know that he left on gone —Adv. Anchor Hay. Grain & Feed Co, can I roll or grind your feed to satisfac tion. Give us a trial. I Ave. West. Phone 23. 249-261 Sixth —Adr.