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ACK OF OUR recently completed Twin Falls Warehouse
Our facilities are at the disposal of our Idaho friends. Our cleaning machinery
which is of large capacity and improved design enables us to clean with the very smallest
percentage of waste. It will pay you to have your seed properly cleaned when harvested even if
you do not sell. We will store it until you are ready to dispose of it. If you will bring in ycu •
seed before selling to others, we will clean and store it for you and absorb all charges for cleaning,
storage and insurance if we buy the seed. If you are too far away to haul by team, ship by
freight and we will also absorb the freight charges.
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We Buy Red, White, Alsike and Alfalfa Clover and Clover
We Sell Cotton Grain Bags
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TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
Telephone 239
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BANK REFERENCES: Twin Palis Bank & Trust Company; National City Bank, New York City; Wisconsin National Bank, Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
Second Ward Savings Bank, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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No Institution in Town
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is more necessary to its prosperity and that of the
farming community around it than the bank. The
business of the bank is to help all other business
enterprises in Us locality and to serve everybody
in matters of money and investment.
And there is nobody in this community that
can use the Twin Falls Bank & Trust Company to
greater advantage than the farmer, and there is
no better time than NOW for you to find out how
we can help you if you haven't found out already.
TWIN FALLS BANK &
TRUST COMPANY
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PERSONALS
—Phone 38—
T. D. Fritcher was up from Buhl
Monday.
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Homer Craven was in from Hollister
Monday.
Mrs. E. J. Roark is in from Sho
shone Basin securing medical atten
tion.
A. H. Vincent went to Montpelier
Saturday to spend a fewe days on bus
iness.
Walter Gloystein motored to Boise
Sunday and is spending some days
in the capital on business.
Mrs. Gries left Saturday for her
homo in Ohio, after a visit with Mr.
and Mrs, Goff at Hollister.
David Jenkins, of Covington, Okla
homa, accompanied by his son, A. F.
Jenkins, of Waikenda, Missouri, left
Saturday for Denver, after a visit with
his son, B J. Jenkins, in this city.
H. W. Bebber was in from Castle
ford Saturday.
H. P. DeLongy of Burley, was in
the city Sunday.
Neil Beaton of Three Creek, was in
Twin Falls Sunday.
C. H. Helsley of Three Creek, was
in the city Saturday.
L. R. Berger was down from Poca
tello Sunday on business.
John L. Gray and daughter of Cas
tleford. were in Buhl Monday.
Viola Alfonte arrived Sunday from
Burley, to conduct her classes in
music.
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L. D. S. Rutz and family and Mr.
and Mrs. if. M. Good were visitors
from Richfield last week.
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Miss Stella Riley left Saturday for
Chicago, where she will purchase fall
'and winter stock for her millinery.
Frank Green of Shoshone, was a
business visitor in Twin Falls Mon
day.
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Mr. and Mrs. P. F. MacNamara were
in from Rogerson Saturday.
Miss Theresa Hawley of Boise,
visiting this week with the Riley sis
ters.
County Commissioner T. E Moore
and family left Monday for Ketchum,
on a week's outing.
Mrs. C. M. McElwain left Saturday
for a few days' visit with Mrs. Zenas
Smith of Pocatello.
Bessie Carlson left Friday for a two
weeks' visit at Nampa and Caldwell,
with friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs, M. D. L. Barstow were
in Twin Fails from Buhl Monday on
the way to the North Side to visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen G. Fisher, Dr.
Morgan and Frank McAuley, returned
yesterday 'from a two weeks' auto trip
to Jackson Hole, near Yellow'stone
park.
F. M. Mittery of the North Pacific
Construction company, was in the city
last week looking over the condition
of construction work on the Wash
ington school building.
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an arrangement for an increase of fif
ty tons per day, making the maximum
shipments to leave the mine, two bun
dred tons daily These shipments of 1
this amount are to continue regularly
and affords some relief at the mine,
which has been blocked with ore ever
since the curtailment of shipments
was made in the spring.—Mackay
Miner.
Stale News
—From Exchanges—
Nampa to Have Round House —With
the arrival here of two carloads of
building material and the receipt by
local O. S. L. officials of the way-bills
for several more "carloads, which are
now en route to this point, construc
tion operations on the long anticipated
and much needed roundhouse which
tlie Oregon Short Line is to build at
Nampa at a cost aggregating $42,000,
have begun to take definite form.—
Nampa Leader-Herald
Mark»} Mines Increase Output. —Re
cently while in Salt Lake City, Mr. Le
land, of the Empire company, secured
Rupert 'Woman Hurt in Runaway—
"Grandma" McMillan, aged 75, was
of the family were painfully bruised
last Saturday, when a team which Mr. |
McMillan was driving bolted near the
Hunter place, just west of the city
limits. Boys were responsible for the
accident, by throwing mudballs at the
team. "Grandma" McMillan Is in a
dangerous condition, Mrs. Robert Oe
Long's shoulder and side are badly j
bruised and swollen, and Mrs. Lute
McMillan was badly bruised, saving)
1'er baby from injury by sacrificing
herself—Rupert Pioneer-Record. ,
seriously injured, and other members
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Soda Springs to Hare Hotel —Arti
cles of incorporation of the Soda
Springs Hotel and Sanitarium com
pany have been filed in the office
of the county recorder. The purpose
of tlie new company, according to the
articles is to build, own and operate a
hotel in Soda Springs and to purchase
water rights and streams. The capi
tal stock of the company is given as
$175.000 and is divided into 175,000
shares.—Soda Springs Chieftain.
Jerome Builds New Elevator—Last
week the Jerome Milling and Eleva
tor company broke ground for a new
and modern elevator plant on its Je
rome property at the corner of Locust
street and Avenue R adjoining the
yards. Rush orders were placed im
mediately for cement, lumber and oth
ei building material,
expected in a few days and excavat
ing for the 18-foot basement is al
ready under way. The representatives
the Jerome Milling and Elevator
pany expect to have the building com
pleted and the elevator in operation in
sixty days.—Jerome North Side News.
The cement is
com
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I imes' Special Correspondence.
Mr. W.
B. Hoag has purchased a
new Chevrolet automobile from F W
Swearingen of Kimberly.
Mr. J. R. stone has been confined to
his bed the past ten days from
vere attack of sciatic rheumatism. He
is improving slowly under the
Dr, Davis of Kimberly.
Ira Mitchell and Gordon Van Delph
were among the sightseers at Sho
shone fall Saturday. Both enjoyed a
good time and say it is the grandest
sight in the northw r est.
Miss Bertha Nelson visited in the
valley last week.
Mr. T. M. Atkins has several teams
at work hauling brick from Kimberly
tor ins new residence, the foundation
or which was laid several weeks ago.
i he bricklayers will commence the
laying of the brick walls this week.
Wdliam McCarty and Al Walle
at Twin Pails Saturdav
Mr. Webster i r .
were business visitor w S ° n J ? hn
week. 8 at Hanseu last
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care of
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have finished stacking
crop of hay and
cutting their second
company
their large
expect to commence
. crop soon.
Mr. Charles H. McKinster was in the
valley last week interviewing
farmers who for some time have been
contemplating forming _
purchase a clover huiler
own work.
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a company to
to do their
He hopes to sell them
of his clover hulling outfits
Mr, and Mrs. William Haines and
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jones were in
the mountains last week for a camnine
trip and also to he on hand at the
opening of tlie chicken season Frnm
the way they tell of their chicken
hunting we inter that if thev had e !t
the chicken they were after and an
other one, they would have had two
Mr. Frank Reeves returned last week
from a trip to Spokane Wash ' WhiL
in that state he attended the openin
one
! of the Colville Indian reservation in
| Ferry and Okanogan counties along
the Canadian boundry.
I Atkins Brothers are busy getting
their grain thresher and clover huiler
overhauled and ready for the coming
season's work,
Mr. W. B. Hoag took a spin in his
new car last week to look after his
farming interests northwest of Twin
Falls.
Mrs. Parke of Marshfield, is visiting
her daughter. Mrs. Montgomery Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Baly attended the
dance at Jack Craig's home Saturday
evening.
There is considerable travel to the
mountains. Some are hauling timber
and others are camping and hunting.
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.
HOW IS THIS?
1% acres just outside of the corpor
ation, new house, 90 bearing fruit
trees. One block from car line, handy
to school. Will sell cheap for cash,
or will take good automobile as part
pay, if sold within 30 days. Terms
on part. Add. W. R., care Times.—
Adv.
In the Tuesday Times—See the Bus
iness Directory.
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The delicious
flavor—the juicy
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Ask YOUR Grocer for PARKER'S
W.J. PARKER CANNERIES
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YELLOWSTONE PARK
EXCURSIONS.
August 12th, via Hotel Route. Au
gust 14 via "Wylie Way," See O. S. L.
Agents for details and folders. —Adv.
Advertise on the "Mutual Girl Page."
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LOANS
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H. DeSCHEPPER
224 So. Main.
& Representing
North American
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Tel. 179.

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