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The Filer record. (Filer, Idaho) 1919-1930, March 20, 1919, Image 3

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SPRING
Our line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Coats will interest you. For fit, style and
beauty, the S. & H. Coats cannot be surpassed
See them while our stock is complete as we
can save you money.
Come in and get your Coat with a Hat and
Silk Dress to match.
For your new home, we have some very pret
ty patterns in Scrims and many nice patterns
for over-drapes. We are always glad to show
you what we hafe.
;—GROCERIES ALWAYS—;
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Idaho.
Filer,
Xocal Flewe Holes
Come, let us work together.
Wm. Hart neat week at Gem theatre
adv.
J. G. DeKlotz is preparing to build
a new home.
4 «> in
Griffith's "Great
theatre. April 1st.—adv.
Love" at
Remember, this is your paper. Help
»io it a goo. paper.
4>ur classified ads pay the adverii*
er» big dividends. Try it.
A. K.
Moline* i* having a modern
home built on South Yakima afreet.
Fatty Arbu«*kle in "The Took" at;
<»em theatre Thursday, March -7. adv
■ - ■ ■■
Mrs. ( has. Orm and Mr*. Tichnor are
at Lava Hot Spring* for Mrs. Orm'a
health.
F. W. Dalton and sister. Miss Alice
left Wednesday for Boise. They expect
to be gone a week.
-
Mrs. J. L. Edward» returned homo
recently from a visit with friends and
in Texas and Oklahoma.
relativ.
Miss Kdith Chatterton, who has been
employed at the Hexail Pharmacy, re
turned to Mountain Home last week.
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Bates, of Hollister
were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
K. Anderson for several days during the
past week.
northwest of
»I. Nell
m. .'1 miles
Filer, on the H. B. Walter farm, is
building a neat bungalow. He i» one
of the propres»! ve farmer« e.-im located
here about a year ago.
This paper stands ready to hack any
movement for the betterment of the
< ommnnity in which if is publijhed.
Avid you bac» this paper!
:
The canal company have moved their
drainage ramp to the school section one
and one half miles north of Peavey. i
They will probably remain there all
summer and employ a large force of
men.
,
Chas <lambic, a well to do farmer
near Filer was a caller at the Record
office Monday to get acquainted,
has rented his farm to hi« s> n in law
and will depart with his wife for • * * I i
fornia in the near future. He owns land
He
in California also and goes there to
benefit hi* wife's hca'th.
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The
First National Bank
of Filer, Idaho
Captai Stock 550.000 00
Surplus S10.000.00
DO NOT FORGET!!
All returns of Income Tax
must be in the hands of the
Internai Revenue Collector on
or before March 15th. 1919.
This baulk will be pleased to
furnish you with a blank re
turn and assist you in making
your return.
The First National Bank of Filer
Interest paid on time deposits
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
Marie Ortii spent the week end
Mis
in Twin Falls.
.
Mrs. Earnest Peek spent the week
end in Buhl.
.
Miss Hope Jester of Twin Falls spent
Saturday here visitiug friends.
Honorably discharged soldiers seek
I ing employment have
our classified service.
free access to
We have been unaS!.» tc fet .a tele
phone iiiHtalie«! in oar office th>* week
hut hope to have one won.
Trade at home, think of home, t*«lk
«»f ht me and home will be a r*a* horn?
lift the idea*
Don't fail to nee the great .lap actor,
Benue Hayakama, at Gem theatre Sat
urdav in "Dim Face*.'*— adv.
Fier merchant« are display in;* fine
stocks of spring goods and are offer
ii»g every inducement for vour buai
m ss.
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Don't take vour printing out of
town w.thout g ving u» a chance at
it Trading at home helps build op
vour community.
'
We are meeting with many enrour
au ini; remark* frem the people of Fil
er, and we oenta nly appree ate the
spirit of the people.
If you have anythin,» far sale, for
pent, want to buy. found or lost *ome
thing yon enp pbtn n qui« k refaits thru
a classified adv in this paper.
I
•» . . „ t f )0 n „ w . ;,w u . anv item
.„ a , V(>u mav g »h'li r
j, ,f 'nterest
.. think
'»Ç th» ; h i
i* M
That is what it ii
for.
The dragging of the streets yoster
day made a vast improvement in traf
fic conditions. The road drag is a
homely thing but it certainly is one
of the must useful in making good
roads .
r mat the
n: manner
( lassified
I« will cost yo'i
nth a
Mr. Farmer do to*i I n
!ienpe*t and mo*t i o'imt
tr *$>Il or buv is through
n lv, in this paper,
but 1 rent i word f»r oi.o is«iie
minimum charge of
Mr« W H Shapman of Kimberly.
' sited with her mother, Mrs. W. W
Snclson. here last week, her cousin,
Miss Helen Snelsnn. accompanied h<r
home Saturday evening.
ont»
Ottis E. Manuel of Twin Fall* »pent
Saturday here.
Mi»» CIm Hoover «pent the week
end in Buhl.
Mrs. Ward Blakeley is on the airk
liât this week.
Miss Wnlna Jeff trie* spent the week
end in Burlny.
K. R. Peek and family spent Sunday
at Snake River.
O B. Crosns wns n Buhl boaiavn
visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. 8 . G. Dirbl spent the
wsek end in Burley.
Miss Laura Hunt is spending a few
days at lbs Walter Turner home hers.
Mrs Kffie Lyons and daubhtrr Miss
Della and Mrs Elizabeth Showers were
Twin Falls visitors over Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Olliver of Twin Falls spent
several days here this week, at the
home of her sister, Mrs Mark Musser
Mr. and Mrs (!eo. I'atton and Mrs.
I .a urn Sharp of Curry spen the week
end at the Wm Maekie home.
Mr*. (Jeo. JenAinp* returned to her
; home in Buhl after upending iteveral
day* hebe at the home of Mr and Mr*.
Wm. Maekie.
Harlan Fisher and family left Man
day morning for their future home at
Cullon, Illinois
Walter Turner anil family spent *ne
week end at the Kudy Connor raurh
home near Mora.
of her sister, Mrs. Koyrmfwypetaoin
('earl Richmond spent the |
week-end in Twin Falls.
Private Dennis Stewart, who has |
been stationed at Vancouver, Wash J
ington, returned to his home here Sat
Vrday.
Hank Goble, who has been visitin''
his sister, Mrs. John Brennan^ left
Saturday evening for Beaver City, j
Nebraska, to visit indefinitely.
Mrs. James Barry of Twin Falls re
turned to her home Saturday after
spending several days here at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. L. D. Roe.
Mi
Miss ('asste .Jensen, who has been
visit ng the past month at the home of
her sister. Mm. Kuy Taylor, returned
to her home at Hochland, Idaho, Sat
vrday.
Our Classified Ads Pull
Only one cent per won) e».-h Insertion with s
minimum charge 4 if
WANTED -G.I, clean cotton rags at
this office.
FOR KKNT—Good four room shack on
Main street at $10 per month. In
quire of Frank DeKlota.
TOR RENT A four room house,
electric lighted. House just north of
the lee pond. Filer Close in. In
i tr
Inquire of M. Cady. 49 5t
Subscription« to Th *
('all at this office.
I FOK BALE
Filer R.rd.
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FOR SALE Mv residence lot». Noe.
241. block 80. One half blouk
24,
south of the Reynolds Bros. Garage in
Filer. Terms. Address DON FI.EM
INO, Burley, Idaho.
tf.
Farmers, if you are going to move,
come to Emmett, Idaho. I can sell you
land in the finest climate in Idaho and
good improved land as can lie found
anywhere in Idaho for from 8100,00 to
, 81AO.OO per acre. Plenty of water for
i irrigation.
W F. SINCLAIR.
Emmett, Idaho
BEST BUY ON THE
51 2t
o
NORTH SIDE TRACT.
97 4 acres 1*4 mily* from town, all
fenced and cleared, 40 acres in alfal
j fa. good deep »oil.
This
1 Pries $140.414) per acre, 33.04)4).00 -a»h
Company. Wendell, Idaho.
PIANO AT A SACRIFICE
» » snap.
49 tf
We hwe stored n«*ar Filer a Mrictly
high grade piano, which if at
oner, will br oobl *t a rahutiotiai «li*
count. Term* to re*pon»iblr party If
• P *!• VA r t- r. f-.-r , • r«
DENVER M Ü 8 IC 00 ïh dw, Col«.
FEDERAL FARM LOANS
r , U, r \
K»«v
f nc tim»* loan*
paymrnt plan Krr Pirfcry. n 4 *it *loor
to Farmer*» National Bar k, Buhl W ft
.
£
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X,
3SB
pos."3sses a
direct bene
ficial action
that invigo
rates and
cheers.
Order a can
Today.
Filer Grocery Company
Spring is Here!
and with it comes the demand for
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Serviceable Work Clothing
We Mere neOer better prepared to
fit you out in good substantial n?ork
clothes than rte are this spring .
Our price on overalls is non? $i.7S
for heaVy indigo blue and $1.50 for
(,ray and Khaki. Coveralls $3.00.
COME IN
AND LOOK
'EM OVER
v.
Filer Department Store
•'Best Merchandise For The Least Money'
THE SNYDER HARDWARE CO.
Filer — have the Famouz McCormick
line of Harvesting and having mach
inery Be »ure and get our price* be
fore buying.
BRING YODR CREAM
TO
D. P. PRODUCE CO
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OPPOSITE POBTOFPICE.
WE ALSO PAINT AUTOS
IDAHO
FILER,
no
y
c
The New
2C SENECA
Folding Scout
is here. Come in and
sec it before you go on
that trip. It's the big
{rest camera value we
ever had.
You'll like
the new nzc.
IH I,
MODERN DRUG
SHOP
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W8s&
NOW IS THE TIME
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T0 BUY G00D IHHIGAUD lAM) AI VALICR, MONTANA
t'arey land at 131.SO per sere, #«.50 per sers first payment, baisses fa four
teen equal annual installments, inters»t at »n per esnt psr annum. Prnrsd
up nnd inmproved land» ITS to IIJS per acre, easy term*,
Good Water right; good irrigation construction.
acre |«r annum
tatoea
well Altitude 354)0 to 4000 foot.
Maintenance fifty .«nt* per
faifa and pa
Good general divffnifl«d farming country.
All kind» of »tuck do
No sage bru»h, good drainage. A going
concern—80,000 acre* under water Hi< bank», 1# elevator» on lbs projset.
INCREASES IN COST Of WATER RIGHTS
On April 1, 191», the pries of water rights for tbs Carey sad d»e<Ud land»
the \ alisr project will be increased t o »4») pe r acre »bars Why not rnaka
your plana to vint tbs Valter country Dost
oa
LET'S TAL K IT OVER
Ws have employed Arthur E. Anderson of Filer, Idaho, as our local represent
ative. who will be glad to talk the mat ter over with you and tell you aboal
the opportunities in tbs Valisr touiilr y. Her him or writs him tolar fo» frsa
literature.
VAU ER FARM SALES CO.
Valipf, Monldnd
W U Wt'oiii. Taller, y.mUas,
.Arthur K Anderson, Filer, Ida '4 a.
Plea«« *rnd a»e free literature »boot the Vahrr la*«l*
N'ame
P O
Stats —
A Special InOitation
Is Extended to you by
Nibley-Channel Lumber Company
To Oisit their yard and
and select building ma
terials for spring »Cork

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