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Notice for Publication—Final Proof.
1, James R. Smith of Twin Falls. Idaho, ßigrnee of Elsie A, Martin, who made entry No. 1976. under the provisions of an act of the legris latureof the State of Idaho, commonly know., the Carey Act" approved March 2nd. 1890, which embraces NV6, SEH SE4 SE^ of section 14. of township US. of range 17E, do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that i expect to prove that I have resided and cultivated said land as required by law, be fore E. 15. Williams, representative of the State I and Board, at Twin Falls, Idaho on April 4th, 1908, by two of the following witnesses. Sherman Cone, Frank Williams, S. C- Kline, Ai Marshall, al' of Twin Falls,Idaho. JAMES R. SMITH. Entryman. H9 as laimed Notice for Publication— Fini Proof. I. James A. Young, of Twin Falls, Idaho, who made entry No. 1035, under the provisions of act of the legislature of the State of Idaho, com monly known as the "Carey «Act," approved March 2nd, 1899, which embraces SE 1 * NW'i tion22. of township 10S, of range 16E, and who was assignee of Charles D. Thomas, who made en try No, 1359, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the State of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act" approved March 2nd, 1899, which embraces SWM. NWH of section 22, o \(ownshrp 10S, of^range I6E, do hereby give no ,j ' sof my intention to make final proof to estab \ p A my claim to the land above described, and mat 1 expect to prove that I have resided on, claimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before E. B. Williams, representative of the State La nC B p Krd, at Twi 4th. 1908, I. J. Clii\\ . „J J, Myers, George Wise, of Tw.iri.Frj 1 , r 'dahoiand G. M. Davis, of Buhl, Ida. ' JAMES A. YOUNG. Entryman. Falls, Idaho, on April of the following witnesses, J Notice for Publication—Fii 1 1 Proof. I, JesSe W. Eaton of Twin Falls who made entry No. 1310 under the provisions of act of the legislature of the state of Idaho the "Carey Act" approved 1899 which embraces SWM, of . 25, of twp 9S of range 16E. do here Idaho, commonly known March 2. NEM sec by give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that I have resided as required by law before E. B. Williams, rep resentative of the state land board at Twin Falls Idaho following witnesses: Samuel Woodhead, Charles H, Eldred, Moses Hill, Isaac Willis, all of Twin Falls, Tdaho. JESSE. W. EATON Entryman. *eclaimed and cultivated said land the 14th of March 1908, by two of the Deferred two weeks until March 28,1908. Not fee for RubllcatloJ Final Proof. I, Walter S. Parish of Twin Falls Idaho who le entry No. 343 under the provisions of i act of the legislature^ of the state of Idaho ommonly known as the "Carey Act" approved _Jarch 2nd 1899 which embraces SE U sec. 35 twp 9S of range 16E, do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that 1 have resided and cultivated said land as required by law before E. B. Williams, representative of the state land board at Twin Falls, Tdaho on the 23th of March 1908 by two of the following witnesses. John W. Taylor, J, H Angel, W. W, Parish, B, L, Weaver all of Twin Falls, Idaho. WALTER S. PARISH. Entryman. I '«claimed Notice l*uhli< I Proof. for I. Huston G. Springstun. of Filer. Idaho, who made entrys No. 1601,2105 under thç provis ions of an act of tlio legislature of the State of Idaho, commonly known -.is the "Carey Act," approved March 2nd, 1899, which embraces NEM, NEH, of sec. 12, of twp. 10S, of range 15E and Lot 1 . section 7. township 10S range 16E. do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that 1 expect to nrove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law. before E. B. Williams, representative of the State Land Board at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 27th day of March, 190s by two of the following witnesses A.G. Lammers. M. B Harding, T. D. Con ner, and D Slattery, all of Filer, Idaho. HUSTON G. SPRING STUN Entrvman. Deferred one week until Friday. April 3, 1908. f Notice for Fu Plication—-Final Proof. I, Herman Schurger. of Twin Falls, Idaho, as signee of Henry C Smith, who made entry No. 1089. under the provisions of an act of the legisla ture of the State of Idaho, commonly knowi._ thh "Carey Act," approved March 2nd. 1899, which embraces WH, SE1-4, SWV4, NE *4, of __ tion 14, of township US, of range 18E, do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described and that I expect to prove that I have resided_ reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before Pi B. Williams, representative of the State Land Board, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on March 28th, 1908, by two of the following witnesses. Frank C. Smith, H. H. Freedheim, Charles M, Smith, W. J. Calkins, all of Twin Falls, Idaho PIE RM AN SCHURGER. Entryman Alias Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR TWIN FALLS COUNTY. Plaintiff ( Willard H. Ferbush Defendant ) Anna Ferbush, Alias Summons The State of Idaho sends greetings to Willard H. Ferbush, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to ap aetion brought against you by said pear plaintiff, in the said District Court, and to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, filed therein within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) after the ser mons, if served within this Judicial District, or if here within forty days. The said action is brought to secure a divorce from the de fendant on the ground of non support and asks that the bonds of matrimony between this plain tiff and defendant be dissolved acording to the complaint w r hich is filed herein and made a part hereof of which reference is more particular re fered to therein and serve a copy of your answer W. P. Guthrie at his office in Twin Falls, Ida ho, attorney for the plaintiff. And you are here by notified that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above required, the said plain tiff will take judgement against you as prayed for in plaintiff's 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. of this S y served els H. T. WEST, Clerk. Deputy Clerk. W. P. Guthrie, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residing at 12 Apr 23 Ey Twin Falls. Idaho. M Notice for Publication—Pinal Proof. I, John W, Stanley of Kimberly Idaho, who made entry No. 972, under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of .Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act," approved March 2nd. 1899, which embraces S ? SE)4, of sec 3 of twp. 11S of range 18E, do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I ex pect to prove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law before E. B. Williams. representative of the state land board at Twin Falls, Idaho, on April 11th 1908 by two of the following! witnesses. C V, Williams, Jacob Casidy, C. M. Smith, Martin S. Paulus, all of Kimberly, Idaho. JOHN W. STANLEY, Entrymna. in is to in on on In on \otlft* for Publication—Final Proof. I, Julia A Silvers of Murtaugh Id«, who made entry No. 13-9. under the provisions o' an act of the legislature of the State of Idaho, com monly kn«wn as the ''Carey Act," approved March 2nd, 189», which embraces SEK SW* SWJ 4 , SELL of sec. Ö, township 11S, of range 2DE. go hereby give notice of my Intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law. before E. B. Williams, representative of the State j^and Board, at Twin Falls Ida. on the 25th of 1908 , by two of th* following witnesses. / A. B, Heverlin, William F. jacks, B. F. Jaiu. h . E, Pickett all of Murtaugh, Idaho, JULIA A. SILVERS, Entryman. ITotlce for Publication—Final Proof, 1, Lewis I. Cromer of Twin Folio. Idoho, who mode entry Noe. 1633, 1827 under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of Idaho, commonly known as tha "Carey Act, 7 ' approved March 2d, 1899, which embraces Lots ! and 4 Section 22, of of Saite 1IE, do hereby rive notice of my in' tention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expect to prove that I bava resided on. re c laimed ana culti vated said land aa raquirad by law before E. B. Williams, representative of the 8tato Land Board at Twin Falls Ida. on the IStb day of April Township 98 3 by two of tha following wi tnesses ; _ J. £ Sir re, (Willard Richardson. W. H, Bender. B. Helena all of Twin Falla, 'daho. LEWIS 1. CRAM F K. Entrvman. swe . New and second bftnd typewriters bought, sold «.ad exchanged See Hill A Tty 1er. Do you want city property? H. A. Stroud & Co. Some good bargains. If so see We have a line list. Wanted. Wheat for grinding. Highest market price paid. Twin Falls Feed Mill, If you are thinking of selling your household goods, see H. B. Lue, the Auctioneer at the ShurtleiT lively barn, Twin Falls, Are you in the market for a type writer either to buy or trade. See Hill & Taylor. The Indépendant Meat Market will deliver your meat order promptly to any part of the city, and deliver a fine grade of meat. See Lue the auctioneer, goods. He sells the Toucan buy a Oliver typewriter *15 down and $5 a month, machine made. at The best Hill & Taylor agents. Say, did you know that there is a new meat market in the city. It is the Inde pendent Meat Market in the Messer building IL G. Hunger, contractor and builder of all kinds of brick masonry work, Hansen, Idaho. 60 YEARS' . EXPERIENCE 9 A Trade Marks Designs r nrf Copyrights &c. Anyone sending n sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probnbly patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents uency for securing patents, hrough Munn & Co. receive sent free. Oldest a Patents taken t special notice , without charge, tu the Scientific American, A handsomoly illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific journal, year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. ItöüH&Gö 36 S Broadway, New York Te 8 . *8 j I Branch Office, 625 F St.. Washington. D. C. RmTimnmïTinïmnYTmrrm'rmrmrmTm £ -THE I ^ 3 I 3 1 =7 ! £ HILL & TAYLOR FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY t £ £ -, I ^ 1 a e a t £ 3 4 3 3 Ï. : 3 i £ OUR LiST £ *3 I a Liverpool, London & Globe fc: Ins. Co. assets $57,000,000 £ 4 3 ï £ Scottish Union & National Ins. Co., assets $30,000,000 Sun Insurance Office of fc £ S I 3 ^ 3 3 3 R London assets $15,000,000 t St. Paul Fire & Marine £ 3 £ Ins. Co. assets $6,000,000 3 £ £ Providence, Washington Ins. Co. assets £ $3,000,000 T r 3 £ t On these figures elicit business. UUUiiUUUBUUOAtlilRUiUUUUUUUAlUii W. H- PANCOAST. Second-IInnd Farm Wag ons and Harness, good team. Iteed farm southwest, of City, Section 2(1 10, 1Ö Aiso Eighth Grade Examination. The regular state eighth grade ex amination will be held at Buhl, Twin Falls and Kimberly on March 23, 24, and 25. Anyone desiring to take the examination will please be at one of these places. No pupils shall be per mitted to enter the first year of any high school in the state of Idaho who has not passed the eighth grade exami nation satisfactorily and obtained his or her diploma. Edna DeBow Notice For Convention. Pursuant to the authority of the Re publican County Central Committee and in accordance with their action, notice is hereby given that a Republican County Convention will conyene in the City of Buhl, State of Idaho, on Satur day, April 25th, 1908, at two o'clock p. m~, ol said duy., for the purpose of elect ing four delegates and four alternates to the Delegates Convention to be held in the city of Wallace, State of Idaho, on the 12th day of May, 1908; and also for the further burpose of electing four delegates and four alternates to the Republican State Nominating Conven tion to be held in the City of Boise, State of Idaho, on the first day Septem ber, 1908. The various precincts of the county are entitled to delegate representation in the county convention as follows: . Milner Ï, Murtaugh 2, Rock Creek 3, Hansen 4, Kimberly 4, North Twin Falls 9, South Twin Falls 9, Maroa 4, Filer 7, Buhl 11, Roseworth 1, Butte 1. And notice is hereby given that pri maries will be held for the election of the above mentioned delegates at the regular voting place in each precinct on Monday, April 30th, 1908, polls to be opened at two and closed at 7 o'clock p. m.; these precinct elections tobe held In each precinct according to the law for general lections, By order ot the Republican County Central Committee properly assembled on the 17th day of March, 1908. C. D. THOMAS, V „ Chairman. Boyd H. Fülle s. Secretary. Notice To Contractors. Sealed Bids will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Twin Falls, Idaho, up to eight o'clock, p. m., April 6th 1908 for the furnishing of «11 terials and construction of sidewalks in accordance with the following specifica tions; said walks to be laid, to be tliose walks not constructed within the time required by notice given and to be built by the said city and called ''de linquent sidewalks." Said walks to be constructed of wood, of the width of four feet, to be built of t wo by six inch plank laid crosswise on stringers to be placed three and one half feet apart and to run parallel with street; cross plank to be so placed as to extend equal distances at each end be yond said stringers, and the inside of said walk to.be two feet, from propert} lino and on grade established by the City Engineer. Said stringers to be <tf two by six plank. Said sidewalk-cross plank to be laid not over one half incty apart. Bids are to bo submitted stating the price per running foot, for walks as above set out, for which the contractor proposes to build said walks. Dated this 10th day of March 1908. Stuart il. Taylor, City Clerk LiJ?* O O O O Mar 12 3 20 Notice for Publication—Final Proof. I, A. B. Beverlin of Murtaugh, Idaho, who made entry N under the provisions of an act of the legislature or the State of Idaho, commonly known as the ''Carey Act," approved March 2 nd, 1899, which embraces EH NW '4 WH N E H section 8 township lis, of range20E, do here by give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described, and that I expeiA to prove that I have resided on. reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law, before E- H. Williams representative of the State Land Board, at Tw'n Fall-', Idaho, on the 25th of Ap-il 1908 by two of the following witnesses. William F Jacks. B F. Jain, H. E. Pickett J. E. Steinour, all of Murtaugh, Idaho. A. B. BEVERLIN. Entryman. 1326, Notice for PubUentlo I, Bryant assignee entry No. 1930 under the provisions of of the legislature of ^ the state of Idaho com monly known as the "Carey Act" approved March 2nd, 1899, of sec. 23 . of twp. 10S, c give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the land above described and that I expect to prove that I have resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said land as required by law before E. B. W illiams. representative of the State Land Board at Twin Falls Idaho, 25th of April 1908, by two of the witnesses: Asa C. \\ illia, Vibert Marshall, J. T. Willis and Joseph illis all of Twin Falls, Idaho Fini » f. Willis of of Asa Twin Falls. Idaho C. Willis. ho made ?t which embraces f range 1GE, do hereby SW h SE>4 the following ed BRYANT WILLIS. Entryi Desert Land, Final Proof, Notice for Publication. Hailey, Idaho, United Slates Land Office, March 17th, 1908. Notice is hereby given that James B. Steele of j Butte, Twin I'alls County, (formerly Cassia Co.) State of Idaho has filed notice of intention to maVe final proof on his deserf-land cl; for the SW kj, NET SET. N W H Sec I South, R. 12 East, B. M. before John T< ir at Rock Creek, Twin Falls Saturday, the 25th day of Apt il. i No. 1171 23 Ta. IB. Hansen. I U. >. l.'ommi Co, Idaho, 1908. I Fie names the following witnesses to prove the 1 complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: George C. Scott, William L, Mauldin of Rose ! a.— t h Twin j. alJs ■ Idaho. Louis I,. Steele, I John M. iiratton of Three Creek. Owyhee Co. 1 Idaho. A. T. McMAHON Register. Arbor Day. : I have set aside April 17 to tie knowr i as Arbor Day in Twin Pal s county. It will be the duty of every school tt. I conduct such exercises as shall tend tc encourage the planting, protection and ï preservation of trees and shrubs. The Stale Superintendent I instruction has f Public prescribed a course oi exercises which shall be adopted observed by the school Arbor Dry, and.upon receipt of of such course. I shall promptly pro vide tach of the schools under my charge with a copy. and authorties on copies .Edna IU-Bo Couuty Supt. iW to State Land Sale. O'- Friday, April 8,1908, ac ten o'clock the Stale a. m. of said day, f Idaho »! Î offer fur sa>e about 5000 acres of Agricultural land at public the auctioQ at, Court House in Twin Falks The land is appraised at from SIC.00 to ¥55.00 per acre of sale are as follows: Hug for 825.00 per tent it of the year's interest on deferred payments, cash on day of sale, the balance in eigh teen annual installments at six per ceui intc-rssi; on all lands selling for I ha n $25 00 per acre, two-tenth of the purchase price and first year's interests on deferred payments, cash on day of sale, the balance in sixteen " annual in Idaho. The terms On all lands sei acre or less, one purchase price and first more is Is a of so and no stallments at six percent interest, lands will be sold for less thau the ap praised value. Water for all of the above lands that are under the Twin Falls Canal and sus ceptible of irrigation therefrom can be purchased for 115.50 per acre, if con traded for within one year after pur chase of land, payable in six annual in stallments. The first payment is $3.10 per acre, and each subsequent payment, 82.48 per acre. Interest six per cent on deferred payments. If water is pur chased within thirty days after sale of the lands, no payment will be required until April 3, 1909, No M. I. CHURCH. Register. Sealed Proposals. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the clerk of the Board of Trustees of Twin Falls Independent School district, Number 1, Twin Falls Idaho, up to and until the hour of one o'clock, April 20,1908, for furnishing all materials and doing all labor necessary to construct an eighteen room, graded school building in accordance with plans and specifications prepared there fore by TVayland & Fennell, Archi tects, Boise Idaho. A certified check made payable to L. A. Pierce clerk, and in the sum of five hundred ($500.00) dollars, shall accom pany each general proposal as a guar antee that successful bidder will enter into a contract with the above board and will furnish a satisfactory bond for the for the performance of same. Tfce right U reserved to reject aoy or all bids submitted. Plans may be seen at the office of the clerk and at the architects L. A. Pierce Clerk. Twin Falls Tract. O, the half has never yet been told, Of the Twin Falls tract Where every thing in abundance grows Without any lack. The hosts of earth are gathering From nearly every state Say. boss, you'ad better hurry Or you'll be too late. O the half has never yet been told, Of the Twin Falls tract From Colorado people come And never more go back. Here people are happy And children full of glee The high snow peaks of Saw Tooth range So plainly all can see O the half has never yet been told Of the Twin Falls tract Our grand Orchalara Shall never have a shack Palatial homes the very best That money can now buy With electric light and power A clear and cloudless sky. O the half has never yet been told Of the Twin Falls tract Our schools are the very best Oar teachers are not slack Our churches ra>se their spires Towards our God on high Who giveth us in plenty Of wheat and oats and rye. O the half has never yet been tola Of the Twin Falls tract Here grit is found in plenty Of hot air there is no lack. We know that we have found it The long lost paradise. No one should wait a moment For lauds to get a slice. -3. H. Bolton r r Notice. We wish to announce that R. II | Williams will in th ; future be associât- 1 ed with us in the Real Estate Business. We have entered into a co partnership. | The firm name will bechanced to Brunk Williams Realty Co. any farm or city property for sale be | aure and list it with us for quick returns. Up stairs in Boyd block. Th a Brunk Realty & Auction Co. Anyone having re« ; Notice of Annual Meeting of Stock holders. The Twin Falls Hospital Association, Limited. Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, Idaho. The annual meeting of the Stockold ers of the above named be held at the office of Dr. T. O. company w Boyd, Twin Fails, on Monday, April sixth, 1908, at tun o'clock, a. m., for the elec tion of li ve directors fur the ensuing year, and for the purpose of amending Article III, Sec., 2, ot the By-Laws to read as follows: Article III, Sec. 2. Directors shall provide for the manage ment and maintenancs of the hospital by rental, lease or otherwise may deem fit. to appoint a Directing Physician and Surgeon, who shall have the direct and Tiie Board of as they They shall haye power immediate control of the hospital, pur chase all the necessary drugs medicines bandages and other hôpital equip ments. Said Directing Physician and Surgeon shall have the full charge and management of the hospital, make such house-rules as he may deem necessary employ and discharge nurses, ants and all other employees at his own discretion, and to do ull other things that arc necessary in the management and operation of a well equipped hos pital. Eeyry stockholder is requested to be present in persou or by proxy. By ord„r of the Secretary .ttend T. O. BOYD. Comforting Words. Many a Twin Falls Houiehold Will Find Them So. To have the pains and aches of a bad back removed; to be entirely free from annoying, dangerous urinary disorders is enough to make any kidney sufferer grateful. To tell him how this great change can be brought about will prove comforting words to hundreds of Twin Fails readers. Mrs. James C. Lee, of 1015 North Harrison avenue, Pocatello, Idaho says: "While I have never used Doan's Kid ney pills personally, my husband, who Is an engineer on the O. S. L. railroad, has taken them with the best of suc cess. Like most men whose calling is that of a raiload engineer, he has a great deal of trouble from pains in his loins, back and kidneys, Öfter times when he came home nights, ihe complained of his back bothermg him severely. When 1 saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised I went to a drug store and got a box. He commenced the use of the remedy and the first box did him so much good that he continued taking them until the backache disappeared and he has had no return of theStroubls since."' 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