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Lays Fine. Good Soil,
No Ilardpan or Rock,
Plenty of Water

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We are openin'
south of Salt Lake City, 640 miles from Lo: Angeles.
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Water will be delivered on this tract this fall. Price $65 per acre,
firmly believe this land will advance $100 per acre within 3 years,
make three trips weekly.
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The building of a sugar factory
at Filer will be me of the biggest
and most valuable d velopmcnts
for the Filer district.
It will bring in one
million
dollars of new wealth each year,
distributed among the growers,
laborers business men and bankers,
it will enhance the value of all
property, both town and country,
conserve the fertility of the soil
and make our lands more product
ive.
The history of all agricultura
districts show that unies- we re
turn to the soil the elements of
pi tut food, w hich is taken out by
the crops that in a few years
have depleted the soil and it
decreases._L «>k
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pro lucliveness
at our Eastern Suites.
Where the soil and climatic con
ditioiis are favorable to the sugar
In
beet under a system of rotation it
is a soil builder and fertilizer,
every district where sugar beet
grown increased yields of all
all follow sugar beet-.
are
If ooe-fourlh of the agricultural
land on each farm around Filer
planted to sugar beets under
rotation system it would add
was
\ a crop
from 25 per cent to 50 jn-r cent to
the income of the farmer.
Sugar is not taken from the -oil
but from the sunlight and air. and
A Clean Entertainment
We will have on June 2S 3 and
July 1, the Kadcbffe Chautauqua
with six
afternoon and evening
of
features covering every require
ment of a well balanced scries
healthy, whole-ome, clean enter
ummenu.
Any single concert or lecture is ,
worth the price
ticket. Parents who
clean, moral entertainment ai I Jo
of the »eas«>n
appreciate
and their children by patrom ..ug
plendid service to llieai-elve.
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this Chautauqua.
Undergoes Operation.
Mi*» l>elle L yons underwent an
for appedicitis la-t
operation
Thursday, at the Twin Fill* Co .
hospital.
when the by-products—the lops,
molasses — are led on
pulps an 1
the farm you have not only added
to your income but have returned
all to .he .«oil you have taken out.
It is estimated that the average
l»e produced
tons of
acre ef beets as can
in this district has nine
high grade feed equal to corn
silage or any other crop,
Sugar is an essential article of
food in daily us- by every family
and the United States is the largest
consumer in the w >r d. and only
produces one-fourth of its con
It would require btx)
sumption,
a ! lilional beet
from foreign
building of the-e factories in irri
gated districts where sugar lieet
sugar factories to
siippl .■ the sugar we are importing
countries and the
can be grown is of vital interest
to the financiers, the business men,
manu fact urei -, the laborers
anil every consumer in the ITii'.ed
States. The war Ini- shown us
cannot depend ujs>n
foreign countries for our sugar
the
that we
supply and we must have a cullt
vale»! crop on our irrigated lands
to con-erve tbeir fertility.
are the only crop that will do this,
Hence llie development of ■. do
Heels
attractive investment
the American public is giving it
to which
niest ic sugar industry is the m
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Photographs Spud Cellar
E H Bennett, ti -l 1 linrtieullur
■rs t v ext ui«i.»:i
ali-l of »Uto uai.
depariincnt, while liyre **»liirj.i»
bullbtiii on
which will I*
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photograph
collecting d ita for a
storage of spuds
<*f a -p d i Ur o
i-suei by the department m
near future, secured
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Mu-ser far.n near Tiler, for u-- to
Ttiis tella--. Mi
the pu*»lii itioft.
Bennett sanl, conf< r ns n> •-tel.» ely
with Lis ideas of unit a spud
celur oug a to be -T-vin Tad
xews.
Touring Car For Sale.
Ca-e T-pa»-enger, 1 91 T m lei in
g I i • .iiii ii; pii'-d I", for
13 it Mrs. Hobt Rosenberg.
quick -ale.
There is no safer
full support.
nor more |>ermanent investment
It increases
f the growers, build
their lands, produces sugar
and stock food, gives employment
Jinn u sugar fi elory.
the income
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a higher, rale of dividend to the
investor Ilian any other essential
1 industry.
is paving 47 per cent divi 1 nd and
last year it is reported the net
The (treat Western Sugar Co ,
and they have a
profits were.»l(57>,tKK»,tKJO for six
teen factories
cash surplus uf from $10,000,00b
in 9117, after a'l deductions for
-xc* ss profit taxes, $1,4i3,4 »'>1. 5'J,
$00,000,000
The Amalgamated Sugar C->..
with a capital of $.'•,*24,000 earned
ihres
150,414,7*»
made.
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and the average for th *
proceding year- was
after all deductions were
So it goes. Sugar companies
making money.
l>-es Filer want a sugar factory
and the fertility and ,>n> inetivene«
of its farms preserved '
united and cooterted
«bitliwill produo- it- ■ -i c
If
so, a
effort will
bring a million dollar fact >i v
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if it will».
year.
I) ir nation will develop it»
domestic sugar, and Filer can
hive it- share of tins
P>"d
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Opera es On Infant.
Dr. D.vight perform'-i an o(».''
ation on tli • t«*iI ai 'iitb ol I -on o!
Mr. an i Mis. .1 i- K pill- > f • ■ »
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til I »' • '*'*• ? » -t El f i l\
child is doing nicety
wa< the after eff -cl of in ilU»ck *»(
influenza
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Suffers Stroke Of Paralvsia
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Mrs. T D
0<-nner
of p«rjtT«>s lad
another -tr..ke
week, md while her iw lilioii i
nol critical is yet -erious cu*»a
pin 'i
to ca u»' unets ness on the
fiiendsanl relative-.
Bob Lee, Lest -r Mus- r and Chas
It lei «ere tioi . - i - ..I
Creek. Haile, «n ! II
Sunday.
,1 .hn*ofi.
Joe
M .1 orv.
Jack
The Great Alibi.
The ball player always has a
nmd excu-e alien things full to
.»me Ins way. The umpire stand
out us the great alibi tor player
md fan alike, iTie umpire is the
nain wheel in the base 1 «!! machine
Hilly Evans says: "a
necessary evil " ll<- has the hard
uul as
list place to play and receives the
:ea»|. credit when the game breaks
*K»d. Criticisms are unjust and
even .cowar. »ly at limes, and
nothing would convert the critic*
luicker than to be placed in the
umpire's shoes for just one game,
flte average fan Joes not go to
ihe ball park lo see the umpire
l>crfora), but goes lo unload a
bunch of grief that he has
up for u wee!, past and nine limes
stored
>ut of ten it is the ''map-'' wbo]
gets it all. especially is this true
when he makes a close deci-ion
with the
(.hat docs not just agree
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fan's idea.
If any of these critics want a
e experience in this line I will
>e only to« glad to
.pporlunity to lake
oil an
give»
my place a.
umpire, and when you have had
enough will try lo find another
victim for the job.
J. M. Fenny.
Little Juanita and Ralph Baugh
vho have been visiting tbeir
sister, Mr- .1 It Hennelt, returned
nan
t • their home in Halil Wednesday
Miss Zdla Evans is visiting in
Twin Falls this week.
Mrs W W. Taylor and little
laughter were Twin Falls visitor»
Wednesday.
Misses Beryl Collins and La
Neva Wall of (Jooding visited
Margaret Dudley Wednesday.
For Sale—Holstein cow, sow
»eien pigs ten weeks old
W. J. Hlakeslee.

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That Ball Game.
R irlev came down and landed
on Filer wi*h both feel last Sun
that exact
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diy. The final score was some
thing like 11 to i. the score book
has ing been hidden so
| ligures may not be obtained.
did nut see much of the game and
j have been unable to clean much
As in
information concerning it.
previous games the Filer lads
made tilings go merrily the first
half of the game and then lost
interest and let the visitors walk
The outfield
off with the laurels.
- game,
'.In ugh the battery did good work
t.,
throughout.
The Filer team will go
I Kupert next Sunday with a new
lineup and hope to make a killing,
though they ire g mg against on<
u ( n,e strongest teams id the
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BEEN & HAMNERQUIST
Cor. 1st & Main
Filer, Idaho
Phone 34
CASH - DEPARTMENT - STORE
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We arc now show ing a very
complete line of nice House
Dresses in all sizes at
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$1.75 to $2.50
Aprons, gooal selection
$1.15 to $1.75
Children's Gingham I)re ses
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Trying Buying
I» nut kru>»n in front <>f U»>- counters u( ear «tore.
Von d, not boy vour irroeetlas un appru»»' you know they »re j -t
«till you »ml IxauK tl«M »re «oKl lo Ute »tore that only rrtati
U>e t»r»l ol pr ducts to iU customers.
Our Vpgrtsb.'e* ir* u fiesti and eliolseuiu« as go»i»wi!, auti an 1 care
can make Uurm.
Our canne 1 gods arc llte latest put up ratable* un the market*.
Our bakery gold* are the ■ bulesotue dalutle- from old reuanle «tvft»
Dial bare the 1. me atmosphere about tbeir (QWnetat and the
mother tike taste in all they create.
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Infection From Cat B.
Mrs. C. II. Winkleuf the M i
district was bitten in the tum I o.v
a cat recently and the wound be
came mfocled. No serious c> o
sequence resulted lh> Igh
suffered considerably from lli - ..
fectiuu.
Suicide».
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Arthur
W health M
jcomtuiWed suicida at her h o
"** r Buhl Monday. The body
I fouu ' 1 I'sUk'ing by
from a sheet suspended fro.ii
stairw iy. She w*» about i!S y ir ■>
of age and leaves a husband and
three children.
1; Karl Murray family are
fishing at Shoshone Bi-in this
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