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j ! j j be ; ! I 'S i V. CT U vfl H t* 1 . 33 ? & ■«*: 4 i T''* difference in the appearance of cattle that have wintered and summered it without shelter and those that have had the protection of a cattle shed, is veri apparent. More and more the Idaho stock -raisers are appre ciatînjr this, and are building cattle sheds , thus bettering the condition of their stock and saving losses. j ed Cattle sheds made wit I ■Enough you need no more expensive material. our 1x12 common lumber are good I Gem State Lumber Co i \ do to 37 1 as it to 'V jtord A M V I M S A I C \ W The Ford ear is built to serve and to e. It is low in first cost, but its greatest economy is in the after-cost of operation. No extravagant upkeep charges—no heavy tire and repair bills—just the satisfying day after day ability to go anywhere, any kind of roads sa v over in any kind of weather and get hack again—less than two cents a mile. More than seven hundred thousand Ford owners are enjoying Ford service and ex periencing tho reality of Ford economy. Buyers of Ford ears will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford between August 1914 and August I91f>. Touring Car. $490; Runabout, $440: Town Car, $690; Coupelet. $750; Sedan, $975; completely equipped, f. troit. ears o. b. Do On Display and Sale at WESTERN AUTO CO. Twin Falls Idaho in LOOK Hardy Bros. Vulcanized Works Are Selling Gasoline, in 5-gal. at, per gal. .Monogram Oil, per gal. Mobile E, per gal. Packard Oil, per gal. Polorine Oil, per gal. Speedy Motorcycle . Transmission Oil. per gal. Transmission, 5-lb. pails, per gal Cup Grease, 5-lb. pails, per gal. We make your tire repairs at a reasonable figure and guarantee all work. 19c 75c 65c 55c 65c 60c 80c 70c 70c D. H. PECK & COMPANY NURSERY STOCK OF ALL KINDS 30 Years Experience Telephone 482-W 207 Eighth Are. East. Twin Falls, Iduho Now is the time to send us a list of your wants. We have 7000 Rose Bushes in stock, including Tree Roses, 25 varieties of Perpetual and Tea Roses that will be sure to please you. Stock that does not grow will be replaced free. Come and see us before buying elsewhere. TWIN FALLS CAFE KOTO BROS., Props. Best Service and Popular Prices Try Our Big 25c Dinner PRIVATE DINING ROOM FOR LADIES OPEN DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 238 Want ads speak for themselves; no «rgaing necessary. Take that busted bike to Gioystein Brothers, they'll fix It. Mar. 9 tf. ê PERILS OF PAULINE (Continued from Page 3.) As she stepped to the floor of the i cabin her feet felt again the chill of ; inch deep in the 1 i i her way to the old I d it and felt its farthest j j stifling with the dust of debris. And ! more terrifying than all through the rift in the cabin floor came up the first seeping of the sea. Pauline watched for a minute, in a j sort of fascination of fear, the slow creeping of the water. But another j crash on deck drew her there. This time she found that one of the tall masts which held the target had been broken off in the middle by a projectile. The target drooped into a flabby triangle upon the other mast. But still across the water the boom ing of the guns sounded. There must be other targets near, Pauline thought. Surely this one was useless now. Her surmise was refuted in its very ; moment of utterance. A fourth pro ! jectile, falling short cleft the water I into white spume as it struck the side of the hulk. Thrown to the deck by the impact, j Pauline crawled again to the cabin. Cyrus had stopped harking and follow ed her, a mute companion of her des pair. water. It was an It wa I cabin. coming in from tw i sides now. \ Pauline made desk, opei crevices. Even in lier dire straits, a little cry of joy came to lier lips as sin? found the stub of a pencil. Two sheets of grimy paper in one of the drawers completed the moments tri umph. Pauline wrote hastily: ".Am on board your target. It Is sinking. Help! PAULINE MARVIN" "Oh, Cyrus, can you do it? Can you do it and not he drowned yourself?" she cred, childishly, hut very seriously, to the dog as she carried him to the deck. She moved to the bow of the wreck, and shading her eyes with her hand, made out clearly the line of battle ships fringed with evanescent white, as the huge guns boomed. Holding the dog's head with one hand and pointing off with tne other: "That's where you must go Cyrus. Here .take this to Harry! Jump!' The animal hesitated a moment, as if it realized that the familiar trick was not to be so easily played here as on the veranda at home. But when Pau line urged him to the rail and pointed to the water, lie plunged in. For a moment the little white body vanished beneath the surface, but, as Pauline watched, breathless she saw it rise again. Cyrus still held the paper in his teeth, as he swam off sturdily toward the ships. Pauline gazed off after the tiny form until it was beyond tier vision. "Target No. 1 seems dead sir. Shall we take up a new position and open on No. * ?" asked Lieutenant Selwyn, sa luting his commander on the forward deck of the flagship. "How many lilts on No. 1.?" asked the white haired admiral. "Four out of four, sir—two oil the target and two in tire hulk." "Going down I suppose?" Selwyn levelled his glasses out over the water. "Apparently she is sir. The target is hanging by one mast, wouldn't register a hit if we made it it.' "Very well, take 011 No. 6." "Just a moment, sir," said Selwyn in a puzzled voice. He was still hold ing tlie glasses to his eyes hut was scanning not tlie target but the waves between the battleship and target. "Would you mind looking, sir? I be lieve there is something or someone swimming in that sea." The admiral took the glasses. "Sea gull, probably," lie smiled at the young officer. "I suppose you'll have us put ting a boat over to rescue a porpoise from drowning one of these days." "No, but" "Um-m—yes, by George, there is something. It looks like—what is it anyway? It doesn't swim like a man?" "Shall we see, sir?" "By all means." Down the deck SeHVyn's ringing voice sounded a command. In an in stant a ship's boat was being lowered with a full crew. As they reached the water tlie ad miral reached the rail above them. "I've found out what it is," lie called down with a laugh. "It's a dog." "Shall we come back, sir?" asked Selwyn. "No. I want to save the dog, and I want to find out what it's got in its mouth." The boat shot away from the side of the ship toward the tossing white dot among the waves that marked the weakening progress of little Cyrus. As the boat drew up to him, the strong hands of Selwyn reached down and plucked the exhausted, chilled, quivering Cyrus from the water. But Selwyn was not Harry. And Cyrus had been told to take the paper to Harry. He growled as the Lieutenant tried to pull tlie drenched note from the set teeth. "You'll have to hold, him, even if he bites a couple of us," Selwyn to the men nearest him. "We've got to see this note." The sailors griped the struggling Cyrus, body and head, while Selwyn forced open the snapping jaws. Cyrus fought to the last, but there was not enough strength left in him to pre vent his defeat. A swift glance at the paper and Sel wyn muttered an oath in his excite ment. "Make for that wrecked target over there—No. 1," he shouted. "Put all you have into it. There's a girl on board the hulk and its sinking." As the men strained eagerly on the oars and the boat shot through the waves, Selwyn stood up with the sig nal flags and wig-wagged to the wait ing admiral on the deck of the battle ship the strangest news that that war scarred veteran had ever received at sea. Paulin crept back to the cabin .after dispatching Cyrus on his desperate er rand. No more shots fell near the tar get, but the boom of guns continued distantly. A great loneliness appalled her heart. She was even remorseful now for having sent the dog to an al most certain death in the towering waves. How could that tiny body buf fet tlie sea for miles? It seemed to Pauline now that she would rather have him with her—at the end. (Continued on page 7.) MHTUE OF SHERI! P'S SUÆ OF BEAL ESTATE. Order of Sale. C. A. McMaster, plaintiff, vs. Peter A. Garner, A. M. Harris, Mrs. A. M. Harris, R. E. Bramlett, Mrs. R. E. Bramlett, James McCoy, Indah McCoy, and Thos. E. Munhall, Defendants. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale, issued out of the district court of the Fourth Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Twin Falls County, on the 15th day of April, A. D. 1915, in the above entitled action, wherein C. A. McMaster, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against Peter A. Garner, A. M. Harris, Mrs. A. M. Har ris, R. E. Bramlett, Mrs. R. E. Bram lett, James McCoy, Indah McCoy and Thos. E. Munhall, defendants, on the 13th day of April, A. D. 1915, for the sum of Three Thousand Seven Hun-1 dred Throe and 75-100 Dollars, princi pal, interest, attorneys fees and mon eys expended, under the terms of mortgage mentioned in said decree, and for the sum of Thirty-Seven and i 40-100 Dollars costs of this suit, law ; ful money of the United States, besides 1 interest and costs, which said decree i was, on the 13th day of April, A. D. i 1915, recorded in Judgment Book 3, I of t!l ° sait ' District Court on page 444, j I anl commanded to sell that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in Twin Falls county, State of Idaho, and bounded and des cribed as follows: Lots Fifteen (16) and Sixteen (16) in Block One Hundred Thirty (130), City of Twin Falls, Idaho, according to the recorded plat thereof, together with all and singular the tenements hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV EN THAT, on Tuesday, the 18th day of May, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day, in front of the Court House Door of the County of Twin Falls, Idaho, I will, in obedience to said Order of Sale and Decree of Fore closure and Sale, sell the above des cribed property, together with all the right, title, claim and interest of the above defendants in and to the above described real estate, thereof as may be necessary to sat isfy said Judgment, with interest and costs thereon, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, lawful money of the United States. Dated April 16, 1915. or so much FRANK M. KENDALL, Sheriff Twin Falls County, Idaho. By W. G. THOMPSON, Deputy. Warner Brothers, Attorneys for Piain Apr. 20-27 May 4 tiff. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION otice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 10 a. m., on the 1st day of May, 1915, at Twin Falls, county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. Commissioner, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of 28 cubic feet per second of the wa ters of Shoshone creek, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Per mit No. 2212, heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice ad dress of the person or corporation holding said permit is Twin Falls Shoshone Canal Co., Twin Falls, Idaho. 2. The use to which said water has been applied is irrigation and domes tic use. 3. Tlie amount applied to beneficial use is 2S cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is (if for irrigation, give full and accu rate description of the lands irrigated) s% swy 4 , NE14 SW* 4 , SE44 SW*4, section 2, township 15 south, range 17 E. B. M., EVè section 2, township 15 south, range 17 E. B. M., NE*4 section 11 township 15 south, range 17 E. B. M., section 35, township 14 south, range 17 E. B. M„ E% NE%, E*4 SE%, section 34, township 14 south, range 17 E. B. M., E*4 W*4, section 14 township 15 south, range 17 E. B. M., W% SW%, section 14, and E% SE*4, section 15 township 15 south, range 17 E. B. M., lots 1 and 2, S*4 NE% section 3, town ship 15 south, range 17 E. B. M.,E% Section 14, township 15, South, range 17 E. B. M„ NE*4 and SE% section 35, township 14 south, range 17 E. B. M., containing 2240 acres. 5. The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is Twin Falls Shoshone Canal, Twin Falls county, Idaho. 6. The right to take the water from such works is based upon Permit No. 2212 . 7. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is Shoshone Creek. 8. The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is July 5th, 1906. J. H. SMITH, State Engineer. Apr. 2-9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF SALE OF BEAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION AT 8HER. IFF'S SALE. Execution—General The Central National Bank of Attica, Ind., plaintiff, vs. T. V. Jordan, defend ant. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION issued out of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Twin Falls, wherein The Central Na tional Bank, of Attica, Ind., plaintiff, and T. V. Jordan, defendant, upon a judgment rendered the 22nd day of December, A. D. 1914, for the sum of Six Hundred Seventeen and 63-100 Dollars, lawful money of the United States, be sides costs and Interest; by reason of said execution, issued on the 1st day of April, 1915, wherein it sets forth that there is now due, at the date of said writ, the sum of Five Hundred Forty-Nine and 18-100 Dollars, with interest at the rate of 7 per cent, from and after April 1st, 1916, I did, on the 1st day of April, 1915, levy upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, T. V. Jordan, of, in and to that certain real property sit uate in the County of Twin Falls and State of Idaho, and more particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Lot Seven (7), block one hundred forty-nine (149) in Twin Falls Town site, according to the final and amend ed plat thereof, City of Twin Falls, See the Gray & Davis Electric Starter « on the Ford Car at the Western Auto Co. Pure, Sweet Apple Cider By the Gallon or Barrel 25c Per Gallon This is the real sweet cider the kind you like to taste fresh from the mill. We have especially prepared this so that it will keep pure and sweet and appetizing, ready for the table. Phone 60, and have a sample gallon delivered to you. We know that it is as sweet as claimed. Blue Lakes Bottling Works 539 Shoshone Street Sonth F. F. BRACKEN. President. DR. C. R. SCOTT, Vice President. URBAN TRACEY, Cashter. The Idaho State Bank Of Twin Falls, Idaho CAPITAL $50,000 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS DIRECTORS DAVID BROWN F. C. SMITH C. R. SCOTT F. F. BRACKEN JAMES McMILLAN C. FAHRNEY URBAN TRACEY TWO RANCH BARGAINS 160 acres, 1*4 miles from town, 80 acres alfalfa, no better soil on this tract, land easily watered, fair improvements, rented this year for $1250 cash rent, which goes to buyer if sold soon. Price $110 per acre. This ranch is positively worth $130 per acre, good terms on future pay ments. A NATURAL SHEEP RANCH 160 acres 5 miles from town, 80 acres alfalfa, deep rich soil, good small house, price $60 per acre, easily worth $80. This is a natural sheep ranch, being well protected from west winds. Additional ad joining land, which is absolutely as good soil as there is in this county, can be had to make a ranch of 300 acres. If you are interested in sheep raising, investigate this proposition. It can be bought on very favorable terms. J. CLYDE LINDSEY Beal Estate and Loans Perrine Hotel Building Twin Falls, Idaho. County of Twin Falls, State of Idaho. Said real property standing on the records of Twin Falls County, State of Idaho, in the name of T. V. Jor dan. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I will, on the 27th day of May, A. D. 1915, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, in front of the Court House Door of the County of Twin Falls, State of Idaho, sell at Public Auction, for law ful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, T. V. Jordan, of, in and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to raise sufficient money to satis fy said judgment with interest, costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated April 20, 1915. FRANK M. KENDALL, Sheriff Twin Falls County, Idaho. By W. G. THOMPSON, Deputy. James H. Wise, attorney for plaintiff. April 23-30 May 7 NOTICE To Susan S. Barr and D. L. Evans and Co.: You are hereby notified that the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: Lot 8, in block six( 6), Milner town site was on the 17th day of January, 1914, purchased by R. A. Hanson, of Milner Idaho, for taxes and special as sessments thereon for the year 1911, for which year it was assessed to Su san S. Barr, that said property stands upon the records of the Recorder's of fice, in your name and that the time for redemption of such from sale will expire on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1915. Dated this 10th day of April, A. D. 1915. Apr. 20-23-27. R. A. HANSON. MITCHELL & RAUCH SAND AND 6RAVEL If you have a Cistern to put in call and see our You will like it. way. Across the Street from Ostrander Lumber Yard DO IT NOW Swat the Fly, by having your screen and repair work done at MOONS SHOP Miziif a Specialty Ob Main St. Near Poet Office Take that busted bike to Gioystein Brothers, they'll fix 1 L Mar. 9 tf.