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Buy a Suit at The Hub Clothing Store, Next to Harder's Grocery I
I
The Cost of Applying Water.
[IT'S HE WOT THEY pIHÊ
t
That makes the Clauss Shears
and Scissors superior to others
The latter may be cheap in price but
never satisfactory in the long run.
are made from selected steel, properly tempered,
forged and finished by skilled labor and fully
guaranteed by
are
The former
Twin Falls Hardware Co.
A.
H. A. SWAB
S. E. ROSZELL
Sample Room in Connection
Storage to Let
The oldest and most reliable transfer.
When in need of anything in our line
give us a call.
Phones :
Office 13 Barn Î21
Residence 22
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It is wise for people who plant
Orchards on the Twin Falls Tract
To purchase their Trees, Vines, Etc,, of the Twin
Falls Nursery and thus avoid the danger of injury in
shipping and unacclimated and something put off on
you that is not adapted to climate. 1 grow my trees,
and am not a tree Broker. Do the best for your
self and get trees from J. A. WATERS.
One IVI11 ct Worth ofTwIn Falls, Idaho
, Phone 4-a
TWIN FALLS CREAMERY
JACOBSEN & HOOPS
Will be ready for it's patrons Monday Feb.
Milk cans and cream separators sold at
wholesale prices.
17.
NEAR DEPOT
SHOSHONE AVENUE
a
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J. N. Claar
R. A. Carter
CARTER & CLAAR
4
Irrigated fruit and farm lands,
hay and stock ranches, acre
age and city property. - - -
OFFICE ON MAIN STREET, FOURTH DOOR
WEST OF POSTOFf ICE
TWIN FALLS, IDAHO
PHONE 165
T
WANTED
Calves, hogs, mutton, poul
try and eggs. We will pay
the highest market prices.
TWIN FALLS MEAT CO.
HEAVY WEIGHTS
;
Moved just as easy as light ones by the
MILLER WARBERG DRAY CO.
TWIN FALLS. IDAHO
PHONE 142
The Cost of Applying Water.
The first irrigation on the now land is
the most difficult and the most
sive, often costing $1 or more the
After the banks of the ditches have set
I tied and became firm the average cost
is 60 cents an acre. When three men
are needed to manage the irrigation in
the spring, but one man is
improvement in the case the ditebesare
in good order and the furrow
established one man can irrigate 100
acres of small gralu or 150 acres of al
falfa. From 12 to 18 hours will be re
quired for the irrigation, and with a
head ofjtwo second feet, water may run
ning on from 0 to 20 acres atone time.
If the system is automatic, but a part
of the working hours of the day will
be required to look after the irrigation,
but when so arranged constant atten
tion is necessary. When funnels are
not used one man can generally irrigate
four or five acres a day, but if the
ditches are new, he can att.end to but
two or three. The average cost of
clearing, preparing land for irrigation,
applying water and the cost of produc
tiou of two of the leading crops may be
summarized as follows, assuming that
the automatic furrow system is used
and that the alfalfa is sown without a
a nurse crop.
Clearing,$5: plowing, $2.50; leveling,
50 cents; ditching, 81; seeding, 2,00; fur
rowing, 50 cents; sprouts $1; irrigating
three times, $2: harvesting one
$2.30, total, $17.30.
year: Repairing ditches. 25 cents; irri
gating three times, $1.50: harvesting
six tons, $10 90; total, $12.55, Wheat
on second year land: Plowing
leveling, 50 cents; seeding, $2.10; fur
rowing, 50 cents; repairs of diches, 25
cents: irrigating two times, $1 30;. har
vesting 45 bushels, $5.60; total, $12.70.
Flooding is the general practice and fur
row irrigation is not employed for
small grain or alsalfa. The field are
laid off into long strips 100 to 200 feet
wide. These are termed lands and are
separated by low levees, which confine
water to each strip.—The Northwest
Pacifle Farmer.
A
expen
acre.
a
conspicuous
system
crop
Alfalfa the second
50;
Oklahoma's Magic Cities.
The scene was a train crossing the
fertile prairie country of Oklulioma
The first passengers to alight were a
girl of twenty and her grandmother.
They had come to join the girl's moth
er, a widow with teu children, who had
come down to this part of Oklahoma six
years before and bought for three hund
dred dollars a quit-claim to 16U acres
The widow, and the nine children she
had brought with her, had come all the
way from central Illinois in a wagon,
pulled by one horse and containing all
lier earthly goods and chatties. The
journey had taken all summer long, be
cause the horse had become sick and
they had put up a whole mouth in the
Ozark Mountains while he was con
valescing. That winter she and her
aiuo children lived in a sod house, as
has has lived many another Oklahoma
home seeker in his early days. Natur
ally, says the writer in the Delinator
for April, after having heard such a
story, ail were anxious for a glimpse of
Its heroine, and naturally we expected
to see a woman who would look the part
—a stern, ungainly sort of of woman
But alas! for our illusions! The inc! -
gent widow who m calico wrapper and
sunbonnet had made her hegira in a
! prairie schooner, stood there upon the
station platform dressed in all the glory
of a typical club woman at the State
Federation—tailored suit, white shirt
waist, and a much waved pompadour.
She had driven to the station in a shin
ing surrey, drawn by a sleek mare.
Then the trausformation in her appear
auee was not so hard to undeistaud.
The farm which she had bought for
three hundred dollars—every cent she
had in the world—sne .had refused
twenty thousand dollars for only a few
weeks before. The sod-house she had
lived in that first winter had given
place now to a ten-room dwelling. The
eldest of her sons was now in a business
college Id Oklahoma City and the other
four run the farm under her direction.
She had bought an upright piano for
i her daughters, and had herself joined
I the women's club ia the neighboring
village. And right here it is Impor
tant to note that do city is too young*
no village too small in Oklahoma, not
to acknowledge proudly at least two
rival women's clubs.
Death Was on his fleets.
Jes9e P. Morris, Skippers, Va., had a
close call in the spring of 1906. He
says: "An attack of pneumonia left
me eo wpak and with such a fearful
cough that my friends declared con
sumption had me, and death was on
my heels. Then I was persuaded to
try Dr. King's New Discovery. It
helped me immediately, and after tak
ing two and a half bottles I was a well
man again. I found out that New Dis
covery is the best remedy for coughs
and lung diseases in ail the world. ''
Sold under guarantee at Spragues
Pharmacy. 50 cents and II.00. Trial
bonis free.
Alias Summons.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF
TWINHUS™ F0R ™ E C0UNTY 0F
Western L
A Corporation,
& Saving Company
Plaintiff
Alias
Summons
Howard F. Landers and C. W. ,
Moon, Defendants)
The State of Idaho sends Kreetings to Howard
F, Landers and C. W. Moon.
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plain
the District Court of the Fourth Judicial
District, State of Idaho, in and for the County of
Twin Falls and to answer the complaint filed
therein within twenty days (exclusive of the day
of service) after the service on you of this sum
mons, if served within this district: otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default will be
taken against you. according to the prayer of said
complaint. The said action is brought to obtain
a decree of this Court for the foreclosure of a cer
tain mortage described in the complaint and exe
cuted by the said Howard F. Landers on Feb
ruary 28th 1906, the payment of a certain prom
issory note of $800. dated February 28th, 1906,
with interest at the rate of one per cent permonth
interest and principal payable monthly at the rate
of $30.72 per month. That there is
the defendant to this plaintiff the sum of Sc
Hundred eighty eight and 72-100 Dollars, with in
terest thereon at the rate of one per cent per
month from the 16th day of November 1907. and
for reasonable attorney fees in this action, As
per plaintiffs complaint which is filed herewith
and made a part hereof and serve a copy of your
answer on Vv, P. Guthrie at his office in Twin
Falls, within the time required by law.
That the premises conveyed by said mortgage
may be sold, and the proceeds thereof applied to
the payment of the sum so due to the said West
ern Loan and Saving.- Company, a corporation
and in case such proceeds
the s
tiff
dun fi
n
not sufficient to pay
i. that plantiff may have judgment for
such deficiency and execution issue therefor; that
the said defendant and all persons claiming by,
through or under him may be barred and fore
closed of all title, right, claim, lien, equity of re
demption and interest in and to said mortgaged
premises and for such other and further relief as
maybe just and equitable.
And if you fall to appear and answer such com*
plaint as above required plaintiff will take de
fault against you and apply to the Court for
lief demanded in the complaint.
Given Under my hand and seal of the
'•aid DistricFCourt, in the County« of
Twin Falls State of Idaho, this 10th
day of March in the year of
one thousand nine hundred and eight.
II. T. WEST, Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
W. P. Guthrie, Attorney for Plaintiff, residing at
Twin Falls. Idaho, Mar 12 Apr 23
re
(Scal)
1 rord
By
Alias Summons.
IN THE DISTRCT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL DISTRICT, STATE OF IDAHO, IN
AND FOR TWIN FALLS COUNTY.
William C. Li son bee, Plaintiff j
J- Alias Summons
Mary Lisonbee, Defendant
The State of Idaho sends greetings to Mary Lis
onbee Defendent
You arc hereby summoned and required to ap
pear in an action brought against you by said
plaintiff in the said District Court, and to answer
the complaint of the above named plaintiff, filed
twenty days t exclusive of the day
of serveie) after the service on you of this Sum
mons, if served within this Judicial District, or if
served elsewhere within forty days, The said
action is brought to secure a divorce on the
grounds of desertion and asks that the bonds of
matrimony between this plaintiff and defendant
be dissolved, a copy of the complaintes filed here
with and made a part hereof of which reference
is more particular refered to herein. You are
further notified to aer
within the time required
ney for plaintiff at his office
Store in Twin Falls, fdaho. And y
notified that if you fail to appear and answer said
complaint as above required, the said plaintiff
will take judgement against you as prayed for in
the plaintiff .a complaint and for the costs of suit.
Attest my hand and the seal of the
District Court of the Fourth Judicial
(Seal) District, State of Idaho, in and for
Twin Falls County, this 9th day of
March 1908.
therein, withi
Guthrio, attorney for pl '' inti, ^ a r r c ' i ' d "' I f r 23
copy*ol' your answer
W. P, Guthrie, attor
*r Bedford's Drug
3 hereby
H. T. WEST. Clerk,
Deputy Clerk.
By
W. P. Guthrie. Attorney for plaintiff residing at
Twin Falla, Idaho.
Mar 12 Apr 23
Alias Summons.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH
JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF
IDAHO. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
TWIN FALLS
Western Loan & Savings Company i
A Corporation. Plaintiff. (_
Alias
Summons
John E. Meyerhoffer Defondent
The State of Idaho sends greetingsto J ohn E.
Meyerhoffer,
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plaintiff
in the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Dis
trict, State of Idaho, in and for the County of
Twin Falls and to answer the complaint filer!
therein within twenty days (exclusive of the day
of service) after the servi
mons, if served
within forty days, or judgement by default will
be taken against you. according to the prayer of
said complaint. The said action is brouget to ob
tain a decree of this C ourt for the foreclosure of
a certain mortgage decribed in the complaint and
executed by the said John E. Meyerhoff
25th day of July 1906 to secure the payment of a
certain^promissory note, dated at Twin Falls
Idaho, July 25th 1906, with interest at the rate
of one per cent per month, interest and principal
payable monthly at the rate of $48.00 per month
That there is now due from the defendant to this
plaintiff the sum of thirteen hundred fifty five
and 45-100 Dollars, with interest thereon at the
rate of one per cent per month from the 12th day
of February 1908, and for reasonable attorney f ees
in this action as will more particularly show from
plaintiffs complaint which is filed herewith and
made a part hereof. And you are notified to
serve a copy of your answer on W. P, Guthrie,
plaintiff's attorney at his office in Twin Falls, Ida
That the premises conveyed by said mortgage
may be sold, and the proceeds thereof applied to
the payment of the sum so due to the said West
ern Loan anb Savings Company, a corporation
and in case such proceeds are not
sufficient to pay the same, that plaintiff may have
judgment for such deficiency and execution issue
therefor; that the said defendant and all persons
claiming by, through or under him may be barred
and foreclosed of all right, claim, lien equity of
redemption and interest in and to said mort
gaged premises aud for such other and further
relief as may be just and equitable.
And if you fail to appear and answer such
plaint as above required, plaintiff «will take de
against yon and apply to the Court for relief
ds landed in the complaint.
Given Under my hand seal of the said
District Court, in the County of Twin
(8 al) Falls. State of Idaho, this 10th day of
March in the year of
thousand nine hundred and eight.
of this sum
dthin this district otherwise
y
the
Lord one
H. T. WEST. Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
By
wanted at tie
Clean cotton rags
Times office.
RIGHT NOW
You can get
Right Prices
from the pop
ular Jeweler,
M. MUSGRAVE
IN THE PIKE BUILDING
MONEY
Big returns if you plant
your money in Irrigated
Lands at Twin Falls
s.
T. Hamilton & Co.
A QUICK TRi
-twrrv^
And a sure one is assured you if you get your
rigs at the
Farmers' Feed Corral
D. A. SEAMANS, Proprietor
Stock Boarded by the day or weok.
street, Twin Falls, Idaho.
West 14 th
Phone 35
Meals Served At All Hours.
Good Service.
Good Cooking.
m
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Weeter Lumber Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
LUMBER, arid BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds
Genasco roofing, P. & B. roofing, P. & B. paper, Portland cement
Mill work, Plastering materials, etc.
Builders' Hardware
Dry Climate Paints
General Blacksmithing
Horseshoing a specialty
All kinds of woodwork
Rook Crook Idalno
A CLOSE SHAVE
Twin Falls
Electric Supply Go.
Isn't so bad, if it is given
you by a skilful barber
BR0THERT0N
H. H. Freedheim, Mgr.
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
Keeps none but the best
barbers in his shop across
the street from the Idaho
Department Store.
Expert house wiring.
Corner 10th Avenue and 7th Street
ABSTRACTS of TITLE
FIRE INSURANCE.
We are the larg
est fire insurance
agency in Southern
Idaho. We solicit
your business.
TWIN FALLS TITLE & ABSTRACT COMP***
Over First National Bank.
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