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I iùs. a i. m . M 4Ç & 4 rA <4 vs' . ■ials «> ,-c Krummes is the only cereal made from Dunfm " Whea t % which is comiderahÎ7 more tmtiitioii&vdiar» airy other wheat v r AH Wheat Ready <o Eai A LOOn rOR. THIS SIGNATURE a ■ laz Okuttxv.Ha^ "nils' l&ATVRi <© 1917-K.T.C.F.Co. -ssm ' GAS and ALSO VULCANIZING if you have a blowout or mu out of gasoline in the country telephone us and we will bring you the needed tire, supplies or gasoline, without charge for delivery. (live us a call. We repair your tiret; and sell oil and gasoline. CITY SERVICE STATION Successor to Craig Bracken Co. 132 Third Avenue North—Telephone 697-R ts^tomojam SUES » THE BREAD that BETTERS the BUTTER u is the kind that every housewife wants when she prepares a meal. The Home Baking company produces that kind. Their sanitary bak ing methods combined with thoroughly experienced bakers produces an appetizing flavor not found in other bakery goods. A glance at the following list of dealers will give you an idea of the prestige of their products. Idaho Dept. Store. City Marketing House. Jenkins & Co., Twin Falls Mercantile Co., T. J. Loyd. Shoshone Grocery, Lakes Grocery, Mainard Grocery. Bockwitz Grocery, Grocery, Modern Meat Market, Prater's Grocery. When ordering groceries don't say bread—say KREAl). and get the hesL j I I Peoples Grocery, Blue Laubenhelm HOME BAKERY HOME BAKERY CO., 132 Shoshone Street West Mercer & Spangler, Props. s 20 acres 2 miles south of Filer with lake Only ice supply for Fi and ice house. Price .$2500.00. 1er. See TWIN FALLS REALTY, Twin Falls or Ripley & Timm, at Filer. Butterwrappers Printed at The Times Every Day In the Week at the Same Price sea NOTICE TO WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN' : I hereby make affidavit that on Friday, September 28th, 1 drove a BRISCOE Model 4-24 five-passenger ear to Boise making a total of 144 miles on a trifle under six gallons of gas, averaging better than 24 miles to the gallon. Returning Sunday, September 30th, by another route, making a total of 146 miles, by actual and exà^t measurement, I used 5 and 3-4 gallons of gas making an average of 25.4 miles to the gallon. (Signed.) E. B. RIPLEY. SUBSCRIBED and sworn to before me this first day of Octo-ber, 1917. Dealer Wanted at Twin Falls IDAHO MOTORS COMPANY (Signed) C. W. CASE. Notary Public, Resitting at Filer, Idaho. My commission expires April 28th, 1919. I IÇnull Items of Buhl. H C. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pearce were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forbes last week. 1). C. Prentice is at Milner this week making a large cistern for Albert Johnson. W. F. Jacks and family left Monday lor their new home in Montana Eckart and family purchased a new home near Mr. Jacks and loft at the same time for their home. Mr. anil Mrs. Ambrose Fish came over in their now car last week for visit with Mrs. Fish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Grieve. j Boy McGuffln and his brother were over from Uogerson one day last week buying fruit. Mrs. Elkin and daughter, Miss Thompson were guests of Mrs. J. Graves a few days recently. They were neighbors in Missouri. Mrs. Elkin and daughter had been in California for several months. Chas. Kevan is the owner of a new Hupmobile. Chas. Rife and Dave Owens spent last week at their mining property in Nevada. D. a. Rounds accompanied them on their trip. Mrs. Jennie Thresher and little daughter May are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Win, Montgomery who have spent the summer in our com munity moved into town last week. A. Pish had the misfortune to fall and break his shoulder last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander from Pitts burg. Kansas, came last Saturday for a visit with their son Ralph Alexander and family. Little Ruth Rife had a painful acci dent last Saturday evening when a window came down on her hand, cut ting it to the hone just above her fin-!* gers. It was dressed by a physician and is doing nicely. Mrs. H. C Forbes who has been sick for a month, is better. Her sister, Airs. John Bennett of Buhl, is spending the week with lier. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Philips of Fort Wayne, 1ml., are guests of Mr. and Mrs."C- E. Knull. Mrs. Philips is (i sister of Mr. Knull. Marion Milligan and son Howard were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Milligan. They like their new homo near Gooding. Mr. Isaac is borne from an extend ed visit through Alaska. He is visit ing his sister Mrs. Sherman Harrison at this writing. Miss Elva Hayden who has been visiting her nelce Mrs. H- E. Halloway left last Friday for Colorado where she will visit before going on to her home in Iowa. The following is a list of young peo ple who are at school : Helen and Mildred Houston at Caldwell; Pearl and Frank Grieve at Newborg. Ore. ; Bernice and Roy King, Viola and Clifford Evans, Julia Wood, Bulah Trueblood. Maice Glavin. Katie Nichol son, Clara Johnson. Gene Thometz, Dwaln Hertz and Mildred Holman at Twin Falls High school; Miss Sybil Hertz is attending business college in Twin Falls and some of our young men expect to go to Moscow in a few weeks for the agriculture course -t I t Berger Items * Mrs. F. W. Berger is recovering af ter the serious accident which took place at the Filer fair. Samuel Criste and family were in Twin Falls Saturday. The Red Cross ladies met with Mrs. A- C. Gates Thursday. Those pres ent were Mesdames J. M. Pierce, A. A. Joiner, C. A. Abramson, A. R. brown, W. W Johnson, A. G. Ayer, F. E. Haggardt, A. G. hammers, R. W. Lanimers and T. A. Parrott. W- A. Forbes of Topeka, Kansas, is looking after business in this vi cinity. T. A. Sanderson has shipped many cars of wheat from this tract. F. W. Puckett, P. C. Hills and oth ers have been seen lately riding around in new cars. F. W. Berger, Icie Thomas and Lil lian McGregor were Filer visitors on Saturday. A large crowd was out Sunday to hear the interesting sermon by A. J Kaniman. The Grange will meet at the school house Wednesday, October 3. Please don't forget. J. M. Pierce and family, J. E. Grif fith and H. E. Thomas went to Crys tal Springs Tuesday after peaches. Ralph Reed who has been looking after threshing near Berger, returned to his home in Buhl Saturday night. Rex Lanimers was married Wed nesday to Miss Oglle Parrott. We wish them a happy life. Mrs. W. W. Johnson and Mrs. A- C. Gatos were Twin Falls visitors Sat urday L. R- Haggardt, who has been liv ing in Kansas for some few years re turned to his home on the Salmon Thursday. W. W. Deal of Nampa was a Berger visitor this week. While he was here he gave a speech at the school house on 'Wednesday on farmers organiza tions. P. C. Hills was a Twin Falls visitor Thursday evening. C. W. Simpson is recovering after having a case of illness Sunday. D- W. Walton was a Twin Falls vis itor Saturday. A. L. Cliffords was a Jerome visitor Friday and Saturday Miss Katie Halloway who has been at Haggardt working;, returned to her heme in Berger Saturday. •lames Patterson. Mrs. Berger's won. Is vis timr here Pitv. Me is trout Salt Luke r ■ -1 Eden News 4.— — . Born lintns baby boy. ol F. C. Williams of Russell Lane and was in Kden buying a ring for the new baby as at was the first born. Williams makes a practice of buying rings for the first grandchild born to each of his children To Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wll on Friday of last week, a fine Mr. Williams is the son Mr. Mr. recently. Mrs. Anderson was called to Onex, by the serious illness of her eldest son, Max Krakenburg. Site left here on Sunday of last week and will be joined by her younger son Oakley on the way. Mr. and Mrs. Cornell of Portland, who have been visiting Mrs. Cornell's brother, Mr. Sizemore at the Diamond H ranch, returned home Friday. Mr. Levitt from Twin Falls was an Eden caller last Friday. Leon Jackson and Clinton Black are in Deseret, Utah, on a short visit be fore going to Salt Lake for the winter term of school. Mr. E. C. Beemun who lias a fine ranch near buhl, and is salesman for the Martin Bros., La Crosse, Wiscon sin, was a business caller in Eden last week. Air. Levin's sister and family from Murtaugh visited him last week. Mrs. Mabel Plelslick went to Filer last Tuesday where she will have some dental work done and visit rela tives. Corcoran was an Eden caller n. c.. Mrs Esther Ellison won three blue ribbons at I lie state fair at Boise on 101 ' bite Leghorn chickens; also th , ree at the Filer fair and sweepstakes • ol a " coops. | Born lo Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Eakin '»n Thursday ol last week, a fine baby Kiri. Mother and child are doing well ; an<l E. is the proudest man in town. ; There were seventy-two carloads of received at Eden during the 1 month of September. Some record for I a small town, but watch us grOW Mr. Stiers who has been visiting the Wallace Lawrence family returned to his homo at Grand Junction, Colo rado, last Wednesday, accompanied by bis two children. Mr. Okloberry and Gus Peterson made a business trip to Rupert last j Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Judge Schleids went to Rupert last Wednesday to meet his two grand daughters from Twin Falls, who came here for a visit with their grandpar ents and aunt. Mrs. J, T- Young from Pocatello is in Eden visiting her sister, Mrs. B. L. Eakin. last week. Earl Kennedy spent the week end with his wife and daughters and re turned lo Wendell last Monday, where he is doing a rushing insurance busi ness. Mrs. Scott Elson spent several days in Wendell last wjeek visiting her brother-in-law and family. John McGee sold his ranch to A- C. Felt last week and Mr. McGee and family will spend the winter in Ar Kansas this winter. B. L. Horsely and family were in Twin Falls and at Blue Lakes last week. The B. and 13. gang of the Oregon Short Line are working on the track between Rupert and Bliss, as so many of the big freights bave passed this way that they have weakened the bridges and the work train may be seen busily engaged fixing same. The general manager's special went over the road on a tour of inspection last week. Bert Medley made a trip to Blue Lakes after fruit the last of the the week. Mr. Ridenbaugli from Wendell was in Eden looking after his property here last week. Clarence Murphy made a trip to the fair at Rupert Wednesday and expect ed to leave for training camp the same day. Fred Ring visited his parents in Buhl last Sunday. Mr. Gay, advertising agent for a Portland firm was in Eden last week. Mr. Snow from Boise was in Eden and Russell Lane looking after his real estate last week on his return trip from the Yellowstone park. Mr. Russell sold his meat market and other property to the Newbry Bros of Hazelton last week. Earl Elson sold his Chevrolet to Mr. Osborn and purchased himself a new one F. C. Williams has purchased a new Maxwell from the Eden Hardware and Implement company. A large crowd from Eden and Haz elton attended the dance at Russell Lane last Saturday night the occasion being a mask dance. O. J. Kelly and Miss Waters won the prizes. Miss Waters represented the Godess of Lib erty and Mr. Kelly masked as a far mer. Guy Raine made a trip to Twin Falls and took his daughter. Miss Bessie, back to school after a visit at home. It is understood that Floyd Brown is stuck for peach pickers at his ranch west of Eden. Mr. Jeffries is the proud owner of a new Maxwell touring car purchased from Barnes & Levin. Harry Shibe sold his last hay crop to Robert Clayborn, recently. Mr. Baker is building a new addi tion to his house at the east end of Eden, composed of two rooms and two porches. Lee Flora will leave Eden Wednes Page t-V. jj&rV *'Aj T j % ri ' V* AT faf: mm 8 M J ■or -■ ^ £**&>*? I v - V ■ ■ %• Baîv -mm ■ ■r ,■ St May Kappet» to Yours — wfclrîedc:îskî:3;SîR2ttres into a disastrous crash Stop endangering your life as well as the lives of others. When streets are wet, always "chan ycur car to safety" Take no chances. Equip all four tires with î si V I & *>v : >. F' ... 'X'M ■rA w: h m i ' 3 1 ■Mmh if wf Vx yJ t M Iran?J tffa > »ma îf 7 ' /YU s» fi ßnti Hi #» Skid w The CNLŸ Positive Safeguard Against Skidding Safety demands that all tires be equipped with Weed Chains. It doesn't require the gift of second sight to see why this is true. Rub ber slips—never grips, it slides on wet pave ments and roads like a cake of soap on the moistened hands. Rubber lacks the bite-and-hang-on ability to prevent skidding, while Weed Chains hold on like a bull dog, pre vent side-skid and drive slip. Equip both front and .rear tires with Weed Chains. Do it today—before it's too late. A Complete ôtocK— fill Sizes—For all Makes and Styles of Thee For Sale By (J0W TWIN FALLS AUTO CO. 130 2nd Ave. North Phone 555 Twin Falls, Idaho ■ PM I ÜP ■ . . Issgga 3ÜJÖSS ' HB L-' TMC POOD 9UOQE VISITS ARWV HEADQUARTERS.^ ? COLONEL.MOW t f IS VOUR REOIMENT * TO-OAV7 - 1 FINE.GENERAL,BUT YOU KNOWTHE BOV* IN THE RANKS ARE WANTING W B CUT--THAT REAL TOBACCO CHEW l c I GOOD TOBACCO IS rTHt SOLDI t R'5 CO PFORTE R, T \ 1 0 ft -73CJ YUHEN you trim your outfit down to military ^ ' bedrock, W-B Cut Chewing scores a bull's eye. A soldier gets more from his pouch of W-B than from a bulky ordinary plug—rich leaf plump full of sap, all tobacco satisfaction, every shred of it. And the water-proof pouch keeps it cle-a and fresh in the pocket of his khaki. Made hy WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPA.wy, . Few YcA C" r day for the American Lake training camp. Mr. Wilcox has purchased a new Maxwell touring car. Mr. Applebaum and family visited at Jake Levin's one day last week Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kelly went to Twin Falls and saw "The Old Home stead'' played at the Layering theatre. The Ladies' Aid will give a pumpkin pie, dounghnut and coffee social in the basement of the church next Fri day evening. Everybody cordially in vited. Guy Lewis who has been visiting his parents and sister in Eden for some time returned to his home in Butte. Montana. GIVES WOFNR-IIEALING DISCOVERY TO COLLEGE (International News Service) BERKELEY, Cal., Oct. 6—Having discovered a chemical substance which has proved remarkably successful in curing wounds and in causing wounds to heal at once which for months, or even years, had refused to yield to treatment, Dr. T. Brailsford Robert son, professor of biachemistry in the University of California, lias just ex ecuted a deed donating to the Uni versity of California all his patent rights in this valuable new substance, "Tethelm." All profits resulting from the discovery are to constitute an endowment, the income to be ap plied to medical research. Tests of this new substance, made in army hospitals in Europe and in civil hospitals In America. have proved the great value of the discov ery. The appalling 'number of men wounded in the present war makes the discovery of special timeliness and value. Several new substances and new methods have been found by the medical investigators of the world since the war began which are exteremely useful in combating infec tions in wounds. This new substance, however, "Tethelm," has a field of usefulness all of its own after other methods have rendered the tissues aseptic, and wounds still sometimes refuse to heal—especially where frost bite, burns or varicose veins have In jured the vitality of the tissues. There are thousands of such cases in Europe today and they occupy the hospitals for an exceptionally long time, consuming drugs, time, space and food and frequently such cases have to be discharged unhealed. It is precisely these cases—the most ex pensive and most disabling types of wounds—which "Tethelm" will cure, since it stimulates the sluggish tis ues and enables nature to work its own repair. WORK ON LOCOMOTIVES FOR FRANCE IS RUSHER Washington, Oct. 6—American locomotives for war service in France are being manufactured at the rate of thirty a day. The first locomotive was turned out of the shops twenty days after the patterns were accepted. Orders have been given for 680 of these locomotives and for more than 9000 standard gauge freight cars. Nar row gauge equipment for use along the battle front has also been ordered Orders for the first locomotive wére placed with the Baldwin Locomotive Works, of Philadelphia, on July 18. The first locomotive was completed on August 9. Especially designed boilers, known as "superheaters," are being placed in these locomotives. In all other ways they are similar to the locomotives built for the English government by the Baldwin company. The locomotive is not of the typo used in this country. On roads where the heaviest type of engines in this country would hall 90 loaded freight cars this war locomotive would haul hut 60 loaded cars. It is painted bat tleship gray and marked with the let ters, "U. S. A " The locomotive alone weighs about 166.400 pounds, with a tender, wighlng 275,000 pounds. Box cars for use by the American armies in France have three times the capacity of the standard gauge cars used by the French railway, un til recently. They have coupling de vices which will be interchangeable with the French equipment.