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Notice for l'liMfenOon—Final Proof.
1, James U. Smith of Twin Falls. Idaho, as ßignee of Lk*ie A, Martin, who made entry No. 1976, under th** provisions of an act. of the logis lature of the State of Idvtho, commonly k the "Carey Act" approved March 2nd. 1899, embraces NVi, SE i SE : t SE'4 of section 14 of township US. of range 17E, do hereby wive notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my claim to the lar.d above described, and that l expect to prove that l have resided a id cultivated said land fore E. Williams, representative of the State Eand Hoard, at Twin Falls, Idaho on April 4th, 1908, by two of the following witnesses. Sherman Cone, Frank Williams, S. C- Kline, Ai Marshall, all of Twin Falls,Idaho. JAMES R. SMITH. Entry eek until April 11th. 1908. tiich •eelainied squired by law, be Deferred Final Proof. \ Falla, Idaho 'ho made entry No. 1980 under the provisions of an act ortho legislature of the state of Idaho the "Carey Act" approved March which embraces NotF»*«* for I» hlurittoii — I, Bryant Willis of Twi assignee of Willis, c. Asa monly know 2nd, 1899, of sec. 23 , of twp. 10S, of range 16E. do hereby give notice of my intention to rftake 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 Land Board at Twin Falls Idaho, 25th of April 1908, by two of the Asa C. Willis, Vibert Marshall, J. T. Willis and Joseph Willis all of Twin Falls, Idaho. SWU SE'4 the following ♦ BRYANT VVILLI S . Entryman. Notice for Publication—Final Proof. of Murl-uigli, Idaho, in try No 1320, imdj? \ie provisions of an act of the loi/<9 »vre or the State of Idaho, commonly knowSftis tile "Carey Act," approved March 2 nd, 1890, which embraces K .% NWq Wl NEq section 8 township US, of rangeOOE, do here 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 on, recht mod and cultivated said land as required by law, befor. E. B. Williams representative of the State Land Board, at Tw n Falt-, Idah<5 on the 2">th of Ap il 1008 by two of the following witnesses William F Jacks i F Jain, H E. Picke t J. E. Steiuour, all of Murtuugh, Idaho. A. B. BEVKKLIN Entryman. A, II. Beverlin ^ 9 who mudt: I. Publication—FIi I I'lM Notice for I. FIuston G. Springstun, of Filer. Idaho, who made entrys No. 1601,2105 under tht ? provis ions ot an act of th© legislature of the State of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act," approved March 2nd. 1891). which embraces NET, NE'-t. of sec. 1:2, of twp. 10-S. of range 15E a a .d Lot l. section 7. township 10S range 1ÖE. J do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my e'aim t' 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 Mate Land B avd at Twin Falls. Idaho, -»ti the :27th day of March, 1908 by two of the foil witnesses A. G. [»ammers. M. B, Harding, T. D. Con all of Filer, Idaho. TUN Entryman. Deferred one week until Friday. April 3. 1908. •4? ner, a nd D Siat te HUSTON G. SPRINt — Fli it Notice tor I, Herman Schursrer of Twin Falls, Idaho, as signee of Henry U Smith who made entry No. 1089. under the provisions of an act ot the legisla ture of the State of Idaho. commonly known thh "Carey Act," approved March 2nd. 1899, which embraces WH, SE't. SW'-i. NE'-t, of sec tion 14, of township 1 IS, of range 18E. do hereby give notice of my intention to make final proof to establish my daim 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 Land Board, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on March 28th, 1908. by two of the following witnesses. Frank ( 1. Smith, H. H. Freedheim, Charles M. Smith, W. J Calkins, all of Twin Falls, Idaho HERMAN SCHURGER. Entryman Alias Summons. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT, STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR TWIN FALLS COUNTY. Plaintiff \ ia Ferbush, At Alias Summons Willard H. Ferbush Defendant The State of Idaho sends greetings to Willard H. Ferbush, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to ap pear in an action brought against you by said plaintiff, in the said District Court, and to answer tiie complaint of the above named plaintiff, filed therein within twenty days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on y mons, if served withi served els action is brought to secure fendant on the ground of that the bonds of matrimony betwe tiff and defendant be dissolved complaint which is filed herein and made hereof of which reference i 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 sea! o £ 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 ^um this Judicial District, here within forty days. f The said divorce from the de pport and asks this plain acording to the a part •e particular re H. T. WEST. Clerk. Deputy Clerk. W. P. Guthrie, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residing at Mar 12 Apr 23 By Twin Falls. Idaho. Notice for Publication—Fiua! Proof. I, John W, Stanley of Kimberly Idaho, who made entry No. 972, under the act of the legislature the "Carey Act," appi-oved March 2nd. 1899, which embraces S SE'4, of sec 8 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 Fails. Idaho, on April 11th 1908 by two of the following witnesses. C I, VVilliams, Jacob Casidy, C. M. Smith, Martin S. Paulus, all of Kimberly, Idaho. JOHN W. STANLEY, Entrymna. provisions of of the state of Idaho, commonly know Notice for I*iililleiitl<»n—Final Proof. I, Julia A. Silvers of Mu tauKh Ida. who made entry No. I3"9, under the provisions o f an act cÂ the legislature of the State of Idaho, com monly known as the "Carey Act," approved March 2nd, 1899, which embraces SE'4 SVV J 4 S WJ4, SEM, of sec. 6, township 11S, of range 20E. uo hereby nive 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, cultivated said land as required by law. before E. B. VVilliams, representative of the State Land Board, at Twin Falls Ida on the 25th of April 1908, by two of th- following witnesses. A. 13, Beverlin, William F. jacks. 13 F. Jaiù, H . E, Pickett all of Mar'augh, Id »ho, JULIA A. SILVERS, Entryman. 'aimed and Notice for Publication—Finn! Proof. I. Lewis 1. Cramer of Twin Falls, Idaho, who made entry Nos. 1633, 1827 under the provisions of an act of the legislature of the state of Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act." approved March 2d, 1899, which embraces Lots 3 and 4 Section 22. of Township 93 of Range 16E, do hereby give 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 have resided on, reclaimed and culti vated said land as required by law before E, B. Williams, representative of the State Land Board at Twin Falls Ida. 1908 by two of the following witnesses: J. K, Willmore, Willard Richardson, W. H, Bender E. Malone, all of Twin Falla, daho. LEWIS l. CRAMER. Entrvman. the 18th day of April Arbor Day. I have set aside April 17 to be knowE as Arbor Day in Twin Falls coUDty. It will be the duty of every school tc conduct such exercises as shall tend tc ff encourage the planting, protection and preservation of trees and shrubs. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction has prescribed a course oi •Hes which shall be adopted and observed by the school authortles on Arbor Day, and upon receipt ot copies of such course. I shall promptly pro vide each of the schools under my charge with a copy. exerc J Edna DvBow CountySupt. He Hot What He Needed. "Nine years ago it looked as if in y time had come, "says Mr. C. Farthing, of Mill Creek, Tex. "I was so run down that life hung on a very slender thread. Ii was then my druggist re commended Electric Bitters. I bought a bottle and 1 got what I needed strength. I had one foot in the grave, hut electric bitters put it back on the turf again, and I've been well ever since." Sold under guarantee at Sprague's Pharmacy. 50 cents. Notice. We wish to announce thatR. H. Williams will in th - future be associat ed with us in the Real Estate Business. We have entered into a eo partnership. The firm name will bechangedto Brunk Williams Realty Co. Anyone having any farm or city property for sale be aure aqd list it with us for quick re returns. Up stairs in Boyd block. Tha Brunk Realty & Auction Co. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup— tho cough syrup that tastes nearly as good as maple sugar and which child ren like so well to take. Unlike near ly all oiher cough remedies, It does not constipate, but ou the other hand it acts promptly ,yet gently on the bowels through which the cold is forced out ot the system, and at the same time it al lays iullamation. Always use Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup. Sold by Spragues Pharmacy. Conference Rates to Salt Lake. The Oregon Short Line railway will give a special excursion rate of one rate for tho round trip to Salt Lake during Conference. Date of sala April 2nd to 5;,h inclusive. Return limit April 15th. Fur fur.her particulars see local agent or address D. E. Burley General Passenger Agent Salt Lake City. A Wash-out on the Line! A' ou need not bother to put, your wash on the line—just phone (Hi and the laundry wagon will call. A»k about their rough dry system. Wanted. Wheat for grinding. Highest market price paid. Twin Falls Feed Mill, If you are thinking of selling your household goods, see IL B. Lue, the Auctioneer at the Shurtleff livery barn, Twin Falls. Are you in the m irket for a type writer either to buy or trade. See Hill & Taylor. The Indépendant Meat Mai" et will deliver your meat order promptly to any part of the chy, aud deliver grade of meat. line A r ou can buy a Oliver typewriter $15 down and $5 a month . machine made. at Tile beat 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 II. G. Mutiger, contractor and builder of all kinds of brick masonry work Hansen, Idaho. The very best pure bred Berkshire and P-dand China pigs for sale cheap al Maple Hill farm, 2J<£ miles S. W. city. Come and see them. T. W. Polter. Mar. (i tf i.t 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS 4 Designs Copyrights 4c. Anyone sending a sketch and description quickly ascertain our opinion free whether Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securingpatents. Patents taken through Munn à Co. receive tpecial notice , without charge, in the may Scientific America«. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific journal, year ; four months, 91. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co aatmro.dw.y.fiew York Brauch Office, 626 F St- Washington, D. C. Terms, $3 a -THE- 3 : t a t HILL & TAYLOR 3 fire: INSURANCE A6ENCY 3 : s : : £ - E % E OUR LIST Liverpool, London At Globe Ins. Co. assets $57,000,000 Scottish Union Ac National Ins. Co., assets $30,000,000 Sen Insurance Office of London assets $15,000,000 St. Paul Fire Ac Marine Ins. Co. assets $6,000,000 Providence, Washington Ins. $3,000,000 E E t t E E Co. assets ! ÉUiimtMuumM initio..... Notice To Contractors. Sealed Bids will be received by tln Ckv Clerk of the City of Twin Falls, Idaho, up to eight o'clock, p. fith 1908 for the t-erials and construct ion of sidewalks in accordance with the following .specifica tions; said walks to he laid, to he those walks not constructed within the time required by notice given and to he built by the said city and called "de linquent sidewalks.'' Said walks to be construced of wood, the width of four feet, to be built of two by six inch plank laid crosswise on stringers to be placed three and one half feel 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 property line and on grade established by the City Engineer. Said stringers to he of two by six plank. Said sidewalk-cross plank to be laid not over one half inch apart. Bids are to lie submitted stating the price per running foot above set out, for which the contractor proposes to build said walks. Dated this lOtli day of Mardi 1908. Stuart H. Tay. ok, City Clerk m., April furnishing of all me W, day of to ed in for walks as Mar 12 3-20 State Land Sale. O". Friday, April 3,1908, at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, the Slate w ill offer for saie about 5000 acres of Agricultural laud at public auction at the Court House in Twin Fails Idaho. The land is appraised at from $10.00 to $55.00 per acre The terms of sale are as follows: On all lands sel ling for $25.00 per acre or less, one tenth of the purchase price and first year's interest on deferred payments, cash on day of sale, the balance in eigli teen annual installments at six per cent interest; on all lands selling for more ban $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 f Idaho stallments at six per cent, interest. No lands will be sold for less thnu the ap praised value. Water for all of I lm above lands that are under the Twin Falls Canal and sus ceptible of irrigation therefrom can be purchased for $15 50 per acre, traded for within one year after chase of land, payable in six annual in stallments. The first payment is $3.10 per acre, and each subséquent piyinent, $2.48 per acre, interest six per cent on deferred payments. If water is pur '•based within thirty days after sale of : he lands, no pavaient will be required until April 3, 1909. if con pur M. I CHURCH. Regisier. Sealed Proposals. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the clerk of the Board of Trustees of Twin School district, Number l, Twin Idaho, up to aud until the hour of one o'clock, April 2'), 1908. for furnishing all materials and doing all labor necessary to construct an eighteen room, graded -chool building, In accordance with (dans and specifications prepared there fore by Wayland & Fennell, Archi tects, Boise Idaho. A oenifi. d cheek made p lyabl-s to L A. Pierce clot k, and in the sum of li va hundred ($500.00) dollars, .shall accotn prtuv each general proposal as a guar antee tirât successful ladder will eater into a contract with the above board and will furnish a satisfactory bond for the for the performance of same. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids submitted. Plans may be seen at the effi e of the clerk and at the architects, Fails Independent Fall. L. A. Pierce C lerk 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 convene in the il y of Buhl, State of Idah >, on Satur day, April 25th, 1908, at two o'clock p. tn., of naid day, for the purpose of elect ing four delegates and four alte -nates to the Delegates Convention to be h Id in the ci y of Wallace, State of t-iaho, on the 12r,h day of May, 1908; and also for the further burpose of electing four delegates and four alternates to th> Itepublican State Nominating Conven tion to be held in the City of Boise, State of Idaho, on the first day Septem her,1908. The various precincts of the county are entitled to delegate representation in the county conveniion as follows: Milner 1, Murtuugh 2, Rock Creek 2, Hansen 4, Kimberly 4. North Twin Falls 9, South Twin Falls 9, Maroa 4, Filer 7, Buhl 11, R iseworth 1, Butte 1. And notice is hereby given that pri maries will be held fot the election of the above mentioned delegates at the regular voting place in each precinct on Monday, April 20th, 1908, polls to bo opened at two and closed at 7 o'clock p. ni.; these precinct elections to lie held in eacb precinct according to the law for general elections. By order ot the Republican County Central Committee properly assembled on the 17th day of March, 1908. C. D. THOMAS, Chairman. Boyd H. Fullfr Secretary. Eighth Grade Examination. The regular state eighth grade ex amination wiil 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 De Bow We go any where, any time, to photograph any thing— LM & AMOS. "FMOTOS OP QUALITY" Postoffice Bldg. Twin Falls. H a BUHL BREVITIES. Mrs. Ed. Braun Hurt in Runaway Sunday. Buhl, April 8-h 1908. The school election Situriay was quite interesting and resulted in the election of Theodore T. Davis for three years, W; J Tull for two years and J. W, White for one year. Miss Edith Milner Milner went up to Twin Falls on Tues day mornitg's train to heat a family re union of the Milner family at the home of H. O. Milner. Mrs. Ed Braun had tlio misfortune to break her leg last Sunday. Mr. and M'-s. Braun were out riding, driving a pair of young horses, who got frighten ed and tried to run away and when Ed got them stopped Mrs. Braum jumped out and fell breaking her leg. A party of eastern capitalists came in on a special train Monday, looking over tiie country. About 40 peuple came in on the train Sunday to the Sunday school conven tion, which was in session here Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Larson & Mounee building is go ing up rapidlv ai d they will occupy same by the 20th of this month. W. S. Harris returned to Buhl Sun day from Salt Lake where he has been on business for several days. F. S. Hayward returued to Buhl Sun day from Salt Lake. E. B. Williams came d t-.vn to Buhl on the train Tuesday. The Buh I Boosters ball team got dune up at Filer last Sunday by a score' of 18 to 5, hut the attendance from Buhl was small and the boys lost their grip. Ben Williamson went up to Twin Fall* Monday on business, returning in the afternoon. and Mrs. A. J. 7 V '' " A ", » V " J i " " Dr. T. A. 8rook has left here as tln eountry was so healthy that lie could not afford to stay. C. C. Bedford came down on the train Monday returning the name day. School will open again ntxt Wednes day. S. O. Kelly made a flying visit to Twin Falls Tuesday on business. Attention. Why not patronize home talent awhile? S. W. Motley, architect, will draw your plans aud superintend your work au i have it. done right. Practice what you preach and get your plans at home and save the expense of going away from home. Odlce in Dr. Boyd's building. Apr 2 23 Try the new hard wheat fleur, ,'Cache Valley* Best,.'* Every sack guaranteed at the Idaho Department Store. TheBlackfoot nursery has 1000, 5 to 6 foot p tar trees which they will sell on 1 years tim-i interest They con -ist of Clap's Favorite, Flemish Beauty and Roasney and some Bartlett, also several thousand I and 2 year old whips in apples 3 to 5 foot in Johnathan and Roman Beauty, Wealthy Johnathan, Dutches O.doLberge, Yellow transpar ent and N. W. Geeening. We also have a surplus of elm and ash trees 8 to 10 foot and Carolina P iplar 10 to 12 foot and some poplar 12 to 14 foot 1 12 in dia neter. We will make the prices righ: Send list of your wants an 1 for price list on other stock. O. F. Smith, Blauk foot, Idaho. 10 per cent. Death Was on liis deels. Jesse P. Murris, Skippers, Va., had a close call in the spring of 1906. say : "An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friend4 declared con sumption had me, and death was on my heels. Titen I was persuaded to try Dr. King's New Discovery. It helped me itnmedi iiely, and after tak ing two and a half bottles 1 was a well man again. I found out that New Dis covery is the best remedy for cough' and lung diseases in all the world.' Sold under guarantee at Spragues Pharmacy. 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free. He A CLOSE SHAVE Isn't so bad, if it is given you by a skilful barber BR0THERT0N Keeps • none but the best barbers in his shop across the street from the Idaho Department Store. Twin Falls Electric Supply Go. H. H. Freedheim, Mgr. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Expert house wiring. Cmr 18th Inaw tad 7th Stmt The Mission Cafe MEALS AT ALL HOURS DINNER 25 Cts. Short Orders and Lunches Opposite Hotel Perrine T w'n Falls, Idaho $ 7 V a E3. Si EIRE!R & CO. r A '' " try A « Real Estate and Investments ", A » « V " ft J r * i *> Agent Western . . . Building & Loan Ass'n. " Twin Falls. Idaho | " ' B 7/ %% Do You Realize That you can get the BEST GROCERIES * % OF \ C. HARDER, the Baker WV* WVVWV4 $ ■J ALFRED O'BR'EN Real Estate, Loans and Investments Office: Over Postolfice TWIN FALLS, IDAHO and City Property. Choice F Real Estate bought and sold. MRBBilBMMBMBMMMUMIMMMBBBBMBMBMBBMBMI Nibley-Channel LumberCo., Ltd. - ff> it ff» y S' ff> V C. B CHANNEL, Manager ff» . m . ff* ff» DEALERS IN i 0 .. R All Kinds of . . . Lumber and Kemmerer Coal ; ' t !< «X Il - i a "■ Ü TO »V l VAX * ■V * (V H. A. STROUD & CO. Exclusively Real Es tate and Investments We alvvays have clients for land listed with us at the right price Office in St. Regis Block. TWIN FALLS, IDAHO A BROKEN STRAP May mean a runaway. Get a new Harness and be safe, or get your harness repaired at the PIONEER HARNESS SHOP Rock Springs Coal The best and cleanest coal on the west ern market. Get it from the Filer Coal Company Shurtleff Livery Barn Good rigs at right prices. We sell all kinds of stock on Commission Boarding of Stock a Specialty Licensed Auctioneer conneceed with establishment. Main Street COLVIN & MILLER BROTHERS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Plans and Estimates furnished on Brick and Residence Buildings. Job work done to order. AS ■< m , . it m W