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FARMERS BEWARE! SEE US! BEFORE YOU SELLYOURCROPS THE IDAHO SEED & PRODUCE COMPANY I YOUR HOME COMPANY We Pay Top Prices for Your Seed, Grain and Produce Clean Your Seed and Grain us until you are ready to sell. Our New Concrete Warehouse has every Come in and see us; write or phone us; send are fully prepared to serve you. Yours for prompt service, H. W. MUND, Phone 45, Kimberly, Idaho. Store your products with modern equipment. Make it your Home trading place, samples of your seed for our bid. We k SEED, GRAIN AND SPUD BAGS TO SUIT YOUR REQUIREMENTS I j | > PERSONALS to —Phone 28— Mrs. E. W. Hull is visiting in Twin Falls from Hollister, for a few days. Miss Dorothy Hess of Seattle, is visiting for a week with Miss Alice Sanderson. J. H. Marshall and family of Jar bidge, arrived for a short stay in Twin Falls, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Ferguson and Keith Ferguson of Hailey, arrived last week for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. T. Fritcher and Mrs. N. O. Thompson of Buhl, and Mrs. C. P. Stewart of Castleford, visited in the city Saturday. Miss Minnie Sanderson departed Wednesday morning for Seattle, after spending the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sanderson. R. R. Spafford returned Sunday from a two weeks' business trip on the coast in the interest of the Albert Dickinson Seed company of Chicago, with which company he is now ass - ited. LOCAL BREVITIES - —Phone 38— Methodist Pastor Home —Rev. C. L. Bent and his wife are home from an extended trip in the east where they visited friends during vacation season. Gomez Case Continued —The case of the state against Jose Gomez, charged with forgery, was continued Friday until September 11, at 10 o'clock a. m. Back From Fishing —Dr. and Mrs. Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Heineke are back from a trip to the mountains in ywhich fishing was the principal pas time. Two Couples Wed —William J. Con ner and Silva J. Gilmore of Burley, and Bert Van Evers and Pearl With erspoon of this city, were married last week by Justice of the Peace W. J. Smith. Fell and Broke Arm— W. S. Vander vort is suffering from a broken left arm sustained last week while leading a horse to water on the farm of Mrs. Deerfield, where he was working. He tripped over a plank and fell, snap ping the arm bone at the wrist. Chickens Cause Trouble—J. was arrested one day last week on the charge of letting his chickens stray on his neighbors' property. Police Judge W. J. Smith determined to let him go good behavior (of the chickens) so no formal action was taken. Bauer on Two Drunks Locked Up —Alfred Wi' Kams was sentenced to spend seven and a half days in jail by Jollce Judge W. J. Smith Friday. Judge Smith then reverted to his position as justice of the peace and gave a sixty day sent ence to Meeks Fuller on the same charge. Fuller was drunk a few days previously and paid a fine of $10. He + -t 4 Cash Supply Store of Jarbidge, Nev. * I \ W. H. HUDSON, Proprietor. GENERAL MERCHANDISE FEED STABLES. All Kinds of Transportation Furnished Promptly. ♦++++++' t **- , *+<*+++++++++ i c Si GRAIN AND SEED STORAGE 0 \\ r; warehouse and elevator facilities, we are able to accept a limited amount of insurance and a ware Having increased our wheat and seed for storage. A charge will be made for handling and i house receipt issued, which I collateral if desired. can be used as il TWIN FALLS MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. AND BRANCHES rr ♦: mr.«x)xicmxKK * acKtx>: i e i e i a ei ct3mac i a^^ was very noisy on both occasions and his honor determined to give him time Annual Christian Luncheon—The annual luncheon of the C. W. B. M. auxiliary of the Christian church, will be held Friday noon in the church par lors. All members and invited guests will be present. to think It over. SOCIETY NOTES Items for this department may be mailed, phoned or left at The Times office. Phone 38. An informal dance was enjoyed by the Elks In their new club rooms, Thursday evening. Mrs. J. T. Evans was hostess to the Monday Euchre club this week, dainty lunch was served. A Complimenting Mrs. F. Y. Gladney of St. Louis, was the card party given by Mrs. Samuel Hart Thursday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gates won the prizes for high score, while the guest prize went to Mrs. Gladney. Those enjoying this affair were Messrs and Mesdames Hollingsworth, Cooksley, DeLong, Gates and Miss Hamlin. We have a few real bargains in farms. See ns before you buy. Plenty of money to loan on farm security. Get onr prices before you buy that home. Let ns show you what we have in vacant lots. We can give you the price on nearly every good lot that is for sale in the town. Fire insurance and rentals. Sanger Realty and Investment Co. 143 Main Avenue Ea^t The Blue Lakes Boulevard club, which had adjourned for the summer, will begin the club year Friday after noon Steele as hostess. of this week with Mrs. R. W. The high school gymnasium was the dance Thursday scene of a merry evening, the affair being given for the entertainment of the visiting teach ers who attended institute. The O. XJ. Pleasure club held one of their interesting meetings Thursday afternoon of last week with Mrs. M. C. Putnam, acting as hostess. Five hun dred was the pastime, after which re freshments were served. A jolly crowd of young people mo tored out to Twin Falls Sunday after noon, returning,late in the evening. A picnic lunch was enjoyed. Those at tending were: Misses Coates, Mattie Coates, Conway, Putnam, Costello, Florence Costello, Kautz, Amy Kautz and Messrs North, Zack North, Hit, Benoit, Stephan, Smith, Bailey and Logan. DR. F. C. BEEBE Dentist Central Building. Phon« 42«. last Friday evening in the Masonic hall. Owing to the fact that a large number of the young people have re turned to college the attendance was not as large -as usual, but the affair was none the less enjoyable, The regular club dance was given Mrs. J. C. McKinley entertained the Ingleslde club last Thursday after After the usual program re Beginning noon. freshments were served, this month, the committee will map out a full year's work, following the order of the larger clubs. Quite unique for Twin Falls, was the fashion display given Friday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Craven. Many beautiful afternoon and evening gowns designed by Mr. Cra ven's sister, Rose Windsor of New York, were shown to advantage. The Misses Fern and Florence Costello, Vesta Thomas and Margaret Conway acted as models. About fifty ladies called during the afternoon. During the summer vacation of the Country Woman's club, the ladles of that club revolved themselves into a child's welfare club. Three depart ments were organized under the lead ership of Mesdames White, Boone, Chambers and McClain. The small boys and girls of the neighborhood met with Mrs. McClain, where they were instructed In kindergarden WANTED—Man with good team, wants hire by the day or week. Ad dress J. Taylor, general delivery, city, work; the older boys studying birds and athletics under Mrs. White, while Mesdames Chambers and Boone In structed the older girls in basketry and sewing. The last of these inter esting meetings were held Thursday afternoon at the homes of the respec tive leaders. The regular club meet ings will begin in the first of October. Burton Perrlne entertained the resi dents of Blue Lakes Wednesday after noon, the occasion being his eighth birthday. Dainty refreshments were served, Burton cutting the birthday cake. A number of friends of Miss Pau line Evans gathered at her home Thursday morning at nine o'clock in response to invitations issued for a card party. After a spirited game, in which Miss Carman Cox won the prize, a crocheted towel, delicious refresh ments were served at small tables. Those present were the Misses Put nam, Agnes Hart, DuBois, Milner, Fannie Hart, Barger, Cox, Fern and Florence Costello and Mrs. I. O. Brown. FILER SUFFERS FROM BIG FIRE four Buildings Destroyed By flames This Morning CAUSE OF THE CONFLAGRATION HAS NOT BEEN DISCOVERED. Heroic Efforts of Firemen Prevent Further Spread—Mrs. J. W. Tanner Prevents Bad Oil Explosion. Fire from an unknown cause, which broke out in the store of E. N. Stough ten in the H. H. Schildman frame building on Main street in Filer at 3:30 o'clock this morning, burned the structure and its contents and three other adjoining buildings, and des stroyed two plate glass windows across the street, causing a loss of $26,000, partly covered by insurance, Guy Relnboth, who is a clerk in the Stoughton store, awoke to find it in flames. He says that he heard noth ing of the explosion which several others say they- heard just before the fire started, and it is suggested that the shock awoke him and that he did not realize that there was an explo sion. The flames were already beyond control when discovered. Mrs. J, W. Tanner, who lives nearby, says she heard the explosion and dressing has tily ran out and met Relnboth going to the firebell to give the alarm. The fire company came promptly in re sponse to the call but could do nothing to save either the building or its con tents. The fire spread rapidly to the adjoining structure, also owned by Mr. Schildman. This was occupied by its owner as an office and also by the real estate office of Case & An derson. The occupants got most of their effects out. The double frame building belonging to I. Finney next caught fire and when It was realized that it was doomed and that the flames would spread still further un less checked, the fire company tore it out of the way and stopped the pro gress of the conflagration. One side of this building was occupied by Wilcox & Flemming's barber shop and the other by Dr. Dwight, the physician, and Dr. Burke, the dentist; James Me Guffey, the tailor; the Pastime pool hall, and the grocery conducted by C. C. and L. A. Small, were emptied of their contents by their owners, and considerable loss sustained by mov ing and breakage. On the other side of the burning buildings, C. A. Love refused to move anything out of his new brick block on the corner of Ya kima and Main streets, and fought the spread of the flames from the roof successfully. The work of the fire company is praised by everybody. A building containing a large quan tity of oil in a tank was located at the rear of the Stoughton store, and near the home of the Filer Journal. The men were afraid to approach this lest ! the oil explode, but Mrs. Tanner got wet blankets and covered it, so that it was not damaged. Had this oil caught on fire, the total damage would have been much greater as other ad joining buildings would inevitably have burned down. The plate glass windows in the Tan ner building across the street, occu pied by the postoffice and Macauley's store, were cracked by the heat, but the timely use of wet blankets saved the plate glass In the other Tanner buildings from like fate. The value of the Stoughten stock is estimated at $21,000, covered by $10, 000 insurance. The two Schildman buildings were valued at $3500 and in sured for $2000. The Finney buildings were worth $1000 or slightly less. It is not known whether these were in sured or not as Mr. Finney lives In California. The barber shop carried a small amount of insurance. % Mr. Schildman stated today that he would replace the building on his lots by substantial brick structures. Mr. Stoughten recently purchased the business from Mr. Schildman. He in Pocatello at the time that the c r; was fire broke out. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses to us during the sickness and death of our little son. Irmen. Being strangers in Twin Falls we doubly appreciate I their thoughtfulness. ! ALVA WILLIAMSON. And Family. I rr 1 Classified Advertisements Received Too Late For Classification. THE .NEW SHOE SHOP SHOES HALF SOLED, 75c and $1. Shoe shop 124 Second avenue north, one door east of auto shop. WANTED—Man and wife want po sition on a ranch. Write R. N. Peed, Idaho. Sf r -. pL O o ' . *— ■ • ,, 1 • ,. ^ > * ' .. j t ■ • (t • • ^ j, 1 * .. >• . ~ i V i V, falls' Marked Up if u At this time when goods of every description are being "marked up" are you in position to say that your personal valuation is keeping pace with the trend of things? This is the time that you, yourself, should be "marked up'' as is everything you buy. Let a Twin Falls Bank & Trust Company savings ac count increase your worth as often as pay day comes. v TWIN FALLS BANK & TRUST COMPANY i i T Would You Sacrifice Your Wife for Power? *• •• That indescribable temptation that causes its victims to give up honor and even family to accomplish its ends are graphically shown in the WILLIAM FOX PHOTOPLAY .. AMBITION > ' • > By that talented and internationally known emotional aertess ■ * Mme. BERTHA KALICH to • ' It is a heart gripping story of modern life showing the extent which a woman will go to aid those she loves. •• yy ♦ '"S"" "l'H Gel Her Yet With Pat Rooney, Famous Comedian. WEDNESDAY A THURSDAY f ISIS THEATRE « • ' > Popular Daily Matinee 3 p. ni. 4 ._ 4 --. ♦ PEACHES • • • • > - Prunes, Grapes. Cantaloupes, Apples. Tomatoes, Watermelons <• and Pears, from the celebrated Blue Lakes, Crystal Springs. A. C. Hansen, John Gourley and other orchards. Get them from ,, your grocer, or in ' * desale lots at the warehouse. Twin Falls. The crop is light, hut the quality fine. Phone 215. P. O. Box 493. J V FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION •• J. C. MOORE, Manager. <• <• FOR TRADE—High grade piano to trade for car, horses or farm imple ments. 2 l /z miles north, 14 mile west of west end of Main St. W. S. Swear ingen. WANTED—Lady wants position as housekeeper. Prefer? to be in town. .Address "D," care Times. FOR SALE—Fine corner residence lot 68x125, In Eastlawn addition, all clear; make owner offer. Address A. B. Hamilton, 1517 Howard St., Omaha,. Nebr.