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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. DR. ELMER D. SHADDAY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special attention given to diseases of Children. Office Boyd Building • • • Twin Fulls. DR. H. W. CLOUCHEK Physician and Surgeon two Years Resident Physician at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. TWIN FALLS. IDAHO. P. TRUMAN Ü, BOYD, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Telephone No. 30 Office and Residence, Boyd Bldg., IDAHO E. TWIN FALLS, DR. J. R. MORGAN Physician and Surgeon Graduate of the Northwestern Medical School, Chicago. Office in the Bradley-Smiih bnildlng Telephone No. 26 Twin Falls Idaho H. SCHMALHAUSEN M. D. Physician and Surgeon Oculist and Aurist Office in Jones building Twin Falls, Idaho DR. C. E. SCHMITZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Graduate of Heidelberg, Germany. Office over Postoffice. TWIN FALLS, D. IDAHO WALTER F. PIKE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Special Attention to Diseases of Wo men and Confinements. Office and Residence, Pike Building. Twin Falls, Ida. Tel. No. 19. DR. F. T. BENOIT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Bradley-Smith Building. Night calls, Phone 60 Phone 205 OSTEOPATHS. DR. JANE SHANK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Office in Perrine Hotel, Room 23, Twin Falls, Idaho. C. Phone DR. J. D. HUME OSTEOPATH Office at Pacific Hotel. Hours: 9:00 to 4:00 TWIN FALLS, IDAHO DENTISTS. DR. J. M. ROGERS Dentist Office In Tull Building BUHL, IDAHO. DR. L. H. GIPFEN DENTIST Inlay and bridge work a specialty, Office in Boyd Block. Twin Falls Idaho DR. D. BROWN LEWERS DENTIST ' Telephone 109 Specialist in crown and bridge work Opposite Hotel Perrine TWIN FALLS, IDAHO DR, F. F. McATEE DENTIST Office with Dr. Boyd in Boyd block. Twin Falls Idaho ATTORNEY'S. J. BENJ. HALL Attorney at Law Practices before all courts. OFFICE—Times Bldg., 1st floor. Twin Falls, Idaho. 8WEELEY & SWEELEY ATTORNEY'S-AT-LAW. Will Practice in all Courts, Twin Falls, Idaho W. P. GUTHRIE Lawyer RoomB 3 and 4 Fox Building TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Main Street J. H. WISE LAWYER. 12 years experience. Practice in all courts and before Land Department, Washing ton D. C. - : - : - Office rooms 4 and 5 over Com mercial and Savins« Bank f Twin Falls, Idaho CONSULTING ENGINEERS. M. Am. Soc. C. E. Mark M. Murtaugh Consulting Hydraulic and Construction Engineer Salt Lake City, Utah Twin Falls, Idaho SURVEYORS CHAS. H. MULL CIVIL ENGINEER County Surveyor and City Engineer. Office in First National Bank Building. P. O. Box 230. Telephone 113. TWIN FALLS. IDAHO E. V. BERG & T. N. WARDWELL. Civil and Electricul Engineers Blue Printing Manufacturer's agent for standard makes of power, drilling and pumping machinery. First National Bank Building, Box 634 Twin Falls, Idaho. Draughting GRANT ALLYN CAPR0NI ENGINEER. Architectural, Structural, Municipal. Cash Inn, ... Twin Falls, Ida, LICENSED AUCTIONEERS D. W. BRUNK Auctioneer Licensed for State and County Fifteen years experience Satisfaction guaranteed Office with Brunk Brokerage <fc Realty Co. Twin Falls. Idaho PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS HARDY, L. A. House painting and finishing a specialty. Office on Ninth and Shoshone. IDAHO TWIN FALLS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS M. H. PAPE CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Opposite the Weeter Lumber company. Main Street C. E. CADY Contractor and Builder Twin Fall«, Idaho Box 881 ATWOOD-FELT COMPANY Building Contractors. Office and Shop, corner oi Shoshone and 14th Avenue. TWIN FALLS .... Phone 178. IDAHO BALL BROTHERS, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. Office on Ninth Avenue, near 10th Street. Twin Falls, Idaho Phone 16. L. H. BABCOCK Contractor and Builder Office on Tenth Ave. Idaho Twin Falls UNDERTAKERS H. E. HUNT, Undertaker and Embalmer Open day and night—All calls respond ed to promptly Harder Bldg., 10th Ave. TWIN FALLS. IDA ABSTRACTS ABSTRACTS OF TITLE We are furnishing at rea sonable rates, abstracts of titles, to all lands and lots in Twin Falls county. : : : IDAHO TRUST & TITLE COMPANY IDAHO. TWIN FALLS R. H. HALL Contractor and Builder Plans Drawn. Estimates Cheer fully Furnished. First-Class SAND:GRAVEL it Lowest Prices Bixler & Darrough HAYBURN, IDAHO See the largest list of city property before buying. It Is listed with Day & Crlsmor. The Fighting Chance. By ROBERT W. CHAMBERS. Copyright, 1806, by the Curtis Publishing Com pray. Copyright. 180», by Robert W. Chamber«. Siward. "I believe we lunch yonder, do we not, Miles?" They climbed the bill In silence, ar riving after a few minutes to find oth ers already at luncheon—the Page boys, eager, enthusiastic, recounting adventure by Uood and field; Reua Bonuesdel, tired uud f ranlS** bored and decorated with more than her share of mud; Eileen Shaunon, very pretty, very effective, having done more execution with her eyes thuu with the dulnty fowling piece beside her. Marion Page nodded to Sylvia and Siward with a crisp, businesslike ques tion or two, then went over to Inspect their bag, nodding approbation as Miles laid the game on the grass. "Eight full brace," she commented. "We have five and an odd cock pheasant —from Black Fells, I suppose. The people to our left have beeu blaziug away like Coney Island, but Rena's guide says the ferns are full of rab bits that way, and Major Belwether can't bit fur afoot. You," she added frankly to Siward, "ought to take the cup. The birches ahead of you are full of woodcock. If you don't How ard Quarrier will. He's Into a flight of Jack snipe, I hear." Slward's eyes hud suddenly narrow ed; then he laughed, patting Saga more's cheeks. "I don't believe I shall shoot very steadily this afternoon," he said, turning toward the group at luncheon under the trees. "I wish Quarrier well with the cup." "Nonsense!" said Marion Page curt ly. "You are the cleanest shot I ever knew." And she raised her glass to him frankly and emptied It with the precision characteristic of her: "Your cup! With all my heart!" "I also drink to your success, Mr. Si ward," said Sylvia In a low voice, lift ing her champagne glass In the sun light. "To the Shotover cup—If you wish It." In the little gust of hand clapping and laughter he turned again to Sylvia smilingly, saying under his breath, "As though winning the cup would compensate me now for losing it!" She leaned Involuntarily nearer, "You mean that you will uot try for it?" "Yes." "That is not fair to me!" "Why not?" "Because- because I do not ask It of you." "Y'ou need not, now that I know your wish." "Mr. Siward, I—my—wish"— But she had no chance to finish. A1 ready Rena Bonnesdel was looking at them, and there was a hint of amused surprise lu Eileeu Shannon's mischie vous eyes, averted instantly, with ma licious ostentation. Then Marion Page took possession of hjm so exclusively, so calmly, that something in her cool certainty vague ly Irritated Sylvia, who had never liked her. Besides, the girl showed too plain ly her Indifference to other people, which other people seldom find amus ing. "Stephen," called out Alderdene anx iously counting the web loops ln bis khaki vest, "what do you call fair shooting at these ruffed grouse? You needn't be civil about It, you know." "Five shells to a bird is good shoot ing," answered Siward. "Don't you think so, Miss Page?" "You have a better score, Mr. 81 ward," said Marion Page, with a hos tile glance at Alderdene, who had not made good. Impatient to start, she had turned her tailor made back to the company and was Instructing his crest fallen lordship very pluinly: "You fire too quickly, Bllnky. Two seconds Is what you must count when a grouse flushes. You must say, 'Mark, right,' or 'Mark, left, bang!' " And so the luncheon party, lord and lady, twins and maidens, guides and dogs, trailed away across the ridge, distant silhouettes presently against the sky, then gone. And after a little while the far dry, accentless report of smokeless powder announced that the opening of the season had been re sumed and the birds were dying fast In the glory of a perfect day. "Are you ready, Mr. Siward?" She stood waiting for him at the edge of the thicket. Miles resumed his game sack aud her fowling piece. The dog came up, looking him anxiously in the eyes. So he walked forward beside her into the dappled light of the thicket. Within u few minutes the dog stood twice, and twice the whirring twitter of woodcock startled her, echoed by the futile crack of his guu. "Beg pardon, sir." "Yes, Miles," with a glint of humor. "Overshot, sir, excusin' the liberty, Mr. Siward. Both marked down forty yard to the left If you wish to start 'em again." "Miles," he said, "my nerve Is gone. Such things happen. I'm all In. Come over here, my friend, and look at the sun with me." The discomfited keeper obeyed. "Where ought that refulgent lumi nary to scintillate when I face Osprey Ledge?" "Sir?" "The sun. How do I hold It?" "On the p'lnt of your right shoulder, sir. You ain't qulttln', Mr. Stward, sir!" anxiously. "That Shotover cup Is easy yours, sir!" eagerly. "Wofs a miss on a old drummer, M r. Siw ard? Day Wot'* twice oversbootln' cock, «Ir, when a blind dropper can see you are the cleanest, fastest, hard sbootln' shot In the bull county?" But Siward shook his head, with an absent glance at the dog. afid motioned the astonished keeper forward. "Line the easiest trail for us," he said. "I think we are already a trifle tired. Twigs will do In short cover. Use a hatchet In the big timber. And go slow till we Join you." And when the unwilling and per plexed keeper had started. Siward, un locking his gun, drew out the smooth yellow cartridges and pocketed them. Sylvia looked up as the sharp tattaJ Uc click of the locked breech rang out lu the silence. "Mr. Siward !" In Quick displeasure. "Tes?" "What you do for your amusements cannot concern me." "Right, as usual," he said, so gayly that a reluctant smile trembled on her lips. "Then why have you done this? It Is unreasonable if you don't feel as I do about killing things thnt are having a good time In the world." He stood silent, absently looking at the fowling piece cradled» in his left arm. "Shall we sit here a moment and talk It over?" he suggested listlessly. Her blue gaze swept him. His vague smile was Indifferently bland. "If you are determined uot to shoot we might ns well start for Osprey Ledge," she suggested. "Otherwise, what reason Is there for our being here together, Mr. Siward?" Awaiting his comment, perhaps ex pecting a counter proposition, she lean ed against the tree beside which he stood, and after awhile, as his absent minded preoccupation continued: "Do you think the leaves are dry enough to sit ou?" He slipped off his shooting coat and placed it at the base of the tree. She seated herself, and, as he continued to remain standing, she stripped off her shooting gloves and glanced up at hint Inquiringly. "Well, Mr. Siward, I am literally at your feet" "Which redresses the balance a lit tle," be said, finding a place near her. lie sat there, chin propped on Ills linked fingers, elbows on knees and. though there was always the bint of a smile In Ills pleasant eyes, always the Indefinable charm of breeding In voice and attitude, something now was lack ing. And after a moment she con cluded that It was his attention. Cer tainly his wits were woolgathering again. Ills eyes, edged with the shad ow of a smile, saw far beyond her, far beyond the sunlit shadows where they sat. of In his preoccupation she had found him negatively attractive. She glanced at him now from time to time, her eyes returning always to the beauty of the subdued light where all about them silver stemmed birches clustered like slim shining pillars crowned with their autumn canopy of crumpled gold. "Enchantment!" she said under her breath. "Surely an enchanted sleeper lies here somewhere." "You," he observed, "unawakened." "Asleep? I?" She looked around at him. "You are the dreamer here. Your eyes are full of dreaming even now. What Is your desire?" He leaned on one arm, watching her. She had dropped her ungloved hand, searching among the newly fallen gold of the birch leaves drifted Into heaps. On the third finger a jewel glittered. He saw It, conscious of its meaning, but bis eyes followed the baud Idly heaping up autumn gold—a white slim baud, smoothly fascinating. Then the little restless hand swept near to his, almost touching It, nnd then Instinc tively he took it in his own curiously, lifting It a little to consider its nearer loveliness. Perhaps It was the unex pectedness of it, perhaps It was sheer amazement, that left her hand lying Idly relaxed like a white petaled blos som in his. After a little while the consciousness of the contact disconcerted her. She withdrew her fingers, with an Invol untary shiver. "Is there no chance for me, Miss Landis?" The very revulsion of self possession returning chilled her; then anger came quick and hot; then pride. She delib erated, choosing her words coolly enough, "'What chance do you mean, Mr. Siward?" "A fighting chance. Can you give it to me?" "A fighting chance? For what?" very low, very dangerous. "For you." Then In spite of her her senses be came unsteady. A sudden ringing con fusion seemed to deafen her, through which his voice, as If very far away, sounded again: "Men who are worth a fighting chance ask for It sometimes, but take It always. I take It" Her pallor faded under the flood of bright color. The blue of her eyes darkened ominously to velvet. "Mr. Siward," she said very dis tinctly and slowly, "I am not— even sorry—for you." "Then my chance is desperate In deed," be retorted coolly. "Chance! Do you Imagine"— Her anger choked her. "Are you not a little hard?" he said, paling under his tnn. "I suppose wo men dismissed men more gently— even such a man as I am." For a full minute she strove to com prehend. "Such a man as you!" she repeated vaguely. "You mean"— A crimson wave dyed her skin to the temples, and she leaned toward him In horror stricken contrition. "I didn't mean that, Mr. Siward! I—I never thought of that! It had no weight It was not in my thoughts. I meant only that you had assumed what Is unwarranted—that you — your question humiliated me, knowing that I am engaged—knowlnf at of 81 the Is re of dog the her by the cup a ard? (Continued on page 8) f inli) Falls Title * ptsiiaci, to. LIMITED ABSTRACTS OF TITLE FIRE INSURANCE a a ~1 BONDED ABSTRACTORS Over Pirst National Bank Irrigated Lands COMPANY, LIMITED ( Money to loan on improved farms. Real Estate. Some choice relinquishments on Salmon River Segregation. Town lots for sale. T A. McPherson Geo. F. Sprague Office north wing of Hotel Perrine, TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Adams-Pilgerrim Co. Lumber Yard and Planing Mill . . . Building Material of all Kinds of at the his, She it be con take of eyes dis In Her wo Including Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Spindles, Balusters, Corner Blocks, Base Blocks, Col umns, Window and Door Frames, In terior Finish, etc. Cor. 14th Ave. and 11th St., South of Depot »iimuinnimniimi ?»«*?»»« Wïf?snfffWî?WFwWWW"TnmTnTTn?KWWW!fHïrMBh(B Twin Falls Livery & Feed Barn1 GALL1HER & SONS, Proprietors 4 Horses bought, sold and exchanged. First Class rigs at Reasonable prices. Sunday Excursions to Falls and Lakes. e e TELEFHONE 18 t THE Capital $40,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $6,000 FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF TWIN FALLS, IDAHO OFFICERS: F. F. Johnson, President. S. H. Hays, Vice-President J. M. Maxwell, Cashier. A General Banking Business Transacted. Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent a* LAND at $5 to $37.50 per acre Do you want a good stock or grain ranch? I have ten good Part cash, bal Ad dress ranches with undisputed water rights, all improved, ance on ten years time, or will trade for town property. THOS. BEECH, Goldburg, Idaho Excursions East August 24 and 25. Via O. S. L. and Union Pacific, duced rates to Denver, Omaha, Kan sas City, Chicago and many other points. agents for rates and further particu ars. Re Limit October 31st. See Lost. Fish basket, reel, flybook containing flies and etc.,between Rock Creek and Twin Falls. E. White in Commercial Bank Build Finder return to J. Wanted list of relinquishments at Jerome. Barnett Stillwell. Summer complants and other ser ious ailments common in hot weather can be traced to the stomach« nine times out of ten. Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house, all the time, but especially during this month. Take Kodol whenever you feel that you need it That Is the only time you need to take Kodol. just when you need It; then you will not be troubled with sour stomach, belching, gas on the stomach, bloat ing, dyspepsia and indigestion. Sold by Sprague's Pharmacy.