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fPROFESSIOWAl anil BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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A conveniently classified Direc
tory of reliable people who
will appreciate your patron
age; give good service and en
tire satisfaction.
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meats of permanently estab
lished business
professional people. It there
fore quotes no other rates for
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monthly basis.
the advertise
houses and
ATTORNEYS
'l 8WEELEY & SWEELEY,
Ç First National Bank Bldg.
OFFICES
I aSHER B. WILSON, PRACTICE IN
, all courts. Room 14 1st Nat. Bank Bldg.
GUTHRIE & BOWEN
w. p, Guthrie
Offices; Shoshone Building.
A. M. Bowen
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! WANTS
WANTS I
SELL: RENT: BUY
EXCHANGE: SECURE
HELP, POSITIONS, ETC.
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Read yonr ad the first time It
appears and notify ns immed
iately if an error appears.
Call or mall your requirements
or phone 38.
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Now Comes a
Real Bargain
A good 40 near Twin Falls,
all seeded to clover and alfalfa
except 4 acres potato land.
Has small buildings, family
orchard, and the 40 is fenced
hog tight.
My One
Best Buy
1 offer this at $126 an acre,
and will give you long, easy
terms.
GEO. H. HARROW
Phone 8 or 647.
FOR SALK
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FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—To
close estate, 108 acres 1*4 miles from
Twin Falls. Will bring enough rent
In 10 years to pay for itself. G. W.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Cozy 3-roomed
house, nice shade trees, 2% blocks
from high school. Address H, care
Times,
Rice, administrator, Box 22.
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FOR SALE!—Furniture of a five
room house on Saturday, September
I 16th, at Lue & Vanausdeln's auction.
I All good stuff, including a new mon
arch range.
See W. A. Sanger for pure bred Lin
coln sheep.
FOR SALE!—One good Jersey cow.
Telephone 378-W.
LEGAL PUBLICATION
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
A. L. Swim, Plaintiff, vs. William H.
[ Vandover, Defendant.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale on Fore
I closure of Mortgage.
E, Under and by virtue of an order of
v sale and decree of foreclosure, issued
f out of the district court of the Fourth
[ judicial district, state of Idaho, In and
I for the county of Twin Falls, on the
j 7th day of September, 1916, in the
& above entitle^ action, wherein A. L.
® Swim, and above named plaintiff, ob
js tained a decree against William H.
Vandover, defendant, on the 2nd day
of September, 1916, which said decree
,'.||i£- was, on the 6th day of September,
I 1916, recorded in judgment book 4, of
I the said district court, on page 199, I
am commanded to sell all that cer
tain lot. piece or parcel of land situ
ated in the county of Twin Falls, state
of Idaho, and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit:
Lots two (2) and three (3) of block
eight (8) of South Park addition to
the city of Twin Falls, Idaho, accord
ing to the accepted plat thereof on
file in the office of deeds for said
county, together with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
any wise appertaining.
Notice Is hereby given, that on the
10th day of October, 1916, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of that day, in front of the court
house door In the city of Twin Falls,
county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, I
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Twin Falls Title & Abstract Company, Limited Monthly Payment
F " CITY LOANS
S°/o
FARM LOANS
Hotel Perrine Building, Twin Falls, Idaho
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i. H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7,
Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg.
E. M. WOLFE, OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT
J. H. RADCLIFFE
expert Accountant. Auditor and Sys
'ematizer Room 4. Power Building.
ARCHITECT.
B. MORGAN N1SBET, ARCHITECT.
Room 8, Twin Falls Trust Building.
OSTEOPATH
DR. EMMA C. CROSSLAND
McCormick Bldg.
Res. 222 6th Ave. E.
Phone 135
Phone 232
UNDERTAKERS
THE CROSBY COMPANt. FUNERAL
Directors and Embalmers. C. J. Cros
by, Manager. Coroner's Office. Tel. 488
SEWING MACHINES
"SIT-STRATE WHITE" NOW ON
sale here. All calls promptly attend
ed. L. A. Wills manufacturers' agent,
211 Shoshone St. St., Warberg Bldg.
FOR SALE—40 acres 2Vè miles east
of Buhl,
once.
$135 per acre if taken at
Inquire Box 602 Twin Falls.
FOR SALE—Pure bred black face
buck lambs. E. A. Bryant, 2 north, %
mile west west end Main St. Phone
203-R-2.
FOR SALE—Pure bred Poland
China male pigs, from a big type sire
that weighs 1000 lbs. Dodd Bros., 10
miles southwest of Twin Falls.
FOR SALE!—Lot 13, block 103. In
quire of L. G. Helm, 389 Vè W. 42nd St.,
Los Angeles, California.
FOR SALE—Fine corner residence
lot 68x126, in Bastlawn addition, all
clear; make owner offer. Address A.
B. Hamilton, 1517 Howard St., Omaha,
Nebr.
FOR SALE.
BUCKS—Purebred Shrops. Lambs,
yearlings and two-year-olds. Range
raised from registered stock. This is
the finest lot we have ever offered,
and we have never had a dissatisfied
customer. Juo. P. McIntyre, Jerome,
Idaho.
FOR SALE!—Young shoats, or trade
for fresh milch cow. Patrick Wynn,
2 miles west, 1 mile south. Phone
617-R-3.
FOR SALE!—Dodge five-passenger
touring car, in good condition—a bar
gain for cash. W. S. Hill, 137 North
Shoshone street.
FDR SALE!—40 head pure bred
Shropshire bucks, one year old. Fhrank
Bower, Kimberly, Ida.
WANTED.
RABBITS WANTED—Belgian hare
does, and a choice old buck. T. H.
Miller, Jr., Buhl, Idaho.
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WANTED—A gentleman with $300
as partner in good business. "Your
time not needed." Answer quick. This
j s a money maker and gives you a
good partner. Call on or address M. J,
-p , Laclede, Room 2, City.
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WANTED—Horses to pasture, good
See M. H.
miles
alfalfa and red clover.
Gamble, three and one-half
south of Steel bridge.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS FOR RENT—With or with
out hoard. 440 4th Ave. north.
FOR RENT—Cool sleeping room.
428 Third street north.
will in obedience to said order of sale
and decree, of foreclosure, sell the
above described property, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, to satis
fy plaintiffs decree with interest
thereon and costs, to the highest bid
der for cash, lawful money of the
United States.
Dated, September 8th, 1916.
FRANK M. KENDALL,
Sheriff of Twin Falls County, Idaho.
By W. G. THOMPSON, Deputy.
1 Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, August
• 16. 1916.
Notice is hereby given that Bryant
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No, 016228.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, August
1, 1916.
Notice is hereby given, that Elinor
Gourley, of Murtaugh, Idaho, who, on
October 21, 1914, made desert land en
try serial No. 016228, for NE^NE 1 ^,
Sec. 24, Twp. 11 S., R. 19 E., Boise
meridian, has filed notice of Intention
to make final proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before A.
C. DeMary, U. S. commissioner, at Bur
ley, Idaho, on the 2nd day of October,
1916.
Claimant names as witnesses: Bob
H. Stevens, Daniel D. Wilkenson, Ho
ward E. Stevens and Henry T. Stev
ens, all of Murtaugh, Idaho.
BEN R. GRAY, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 011888
Department of the Interior, U. S.
:
PRINTING
TIMES PRINTING & PUBLISHING
Co. All class of printing. Quality
work. Prompt service.
TOCAL INSTRUCTOR
i. B. ROBINSON—TENOR SOLOIST
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
EDWIN N. DAY—Phone 313—1. D
Bldg.
FEED STORES.
ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN & FEED
Company. Wholesale and Retail deal
ers, baled hay, alfalfa meal, grain and
seed, custom grinding. 249-251 6th
Ave. W. Telephone 23. John Finke,
Prop.
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
M. W. A. CAMP, No. 10890, meet*
2nd and 4th Thursday, at Moose hall
H. C. Scranton, Consul. Paul Smith
Clerk. Tele. 369-J and 674.
FOR RENT—Two rooms for house
keeping, partly furnished. 501 Fourth
Ave. W.
POSITIONS WANTED.
SITUATION WANTED—Bookkeeper,
age 35, 15 years' experience. Address
care Times.
WANTED—Position, care of small
child or as housekeeper for small fam
ily. Address M. P., in care of Times.
HELP WANTED.
WANTED—A women to clean store.
Herbst & Rambo.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. Maurice Keating, 345 8th
Ave. No. Phone 193-J.
FOR EXCHANGE.
FOR TRADE—High grade piano,
horses or farm implements, to trade
tor car. 2% miles north, V, mile west
of west end of Main St. W. S. Swear
ingen.
WANTED—10-acre tract in exchange
for a 5-room modern house in Twin
E'alls, paying 8 per cent net on price
asked. Address 10 acres, care Times.
TO TRADE!—Bellingham, Washing
ton, modern residence, hot water heat,
for city property or acreage. This is
good. What do you offer? See D. M.
Denton, or address Box GB, Times.
LOST
LOST—Two weeks ago near Eighth
avenue lateral and Shoshone street,
collie female pup. F'inder telephone
674-W.
LOST—Tire carrier, Goodrich tire
and a license plate, No. 9666. Finder
please communicate with Eller Auto
company.
MISCELLANEOUS.
ACCOUNTANT.
If you have not enough work to keep
a bookkeeper, drop me a line. Box 71.
Ladies' tailor and dressmaker. Miss
Sue Johnson, narrow Rooms, No. 10.
Phone No. 268-W.
SEWING WANTED—Plain or dress
making. Phone No, 487.
To those who may be interested in a
hunch of good young ewes. CROSS
BREDS in numbers from fifty up.
Also YOUNG FINE wools. On terms
to suit. Those Interested address J. A.
Hunt, Payette, Ida.
Willis, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on
August 21st, 1912, made desert land
entry No. 011,838, for lots 3 and 4 and
SVèNW^, section 5, township 16
south, range 18 east, Boise meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
final proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before C. C. Sig
gins, U, S. commissioner, at Twin
Falls, Idaho, on the 16th day of Octo
ber, 1916.
Claimant names as witnesses; Maud
Cameron, Lester E. Johnson, Henry
Willis and Sarah Johnson, all of Rog
erson, Idaho.
BEN R. GRAY, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Serial No. 011,450.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
I.and Office at Hailey, Idaho, August
16, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that Bryant
Willis, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on
May 29th, 1912, made homestead en
try No. 011,460, for SE%, section 33,
township 15 south, range 18 east,
Boise meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make final three year proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before C. C. Sigglns, U. S.
commissioner, at Twin Falla, Idaho,
on the 16th day of October, 1916.
Claimant names at witnesses: Maud
Cameron, Lester E. Johnson, Henry
Willis and Sarah Johnson, all of Rog
erson, Idaho.
BEN R. GRAY. Register.
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AUTOMOBILES - MOTORCYCLES — BICYCLES
ACCESSORIES
SUPPLIES
REPAIRING
VULCANIZING — AUTO PAINTING
LUXURIES
QUalltYTHE VERY BEST
Welding
Service'
VS.
NEXCELLED
Prices
A NECESSITY
THE LOWEST
Stop in and see us
if you are in
trouble
7 Years In Twin Falls is my
Recommendation
You Wouldn't Buy a Poor
Car—so don't buy poor work
manship when your car needs
repairing.
Krengel Machine
Company
C. 0. MARKLE
Jockey Club Shoeing Shop
WE CHARGE BATTERIES
142 4th Ave. West,
Twin Falls
Auto Co.
Stromberg Carburator Does This;
A. II. CAMPBELL, Mgr.
130 2nd Ave. N.
PUTS NEW LIFE INTO YOUR MOTOR, ADDS ACCELERA
TION, GREATER AMOUNT OF POWER—and AH with Economy
Phone 555
The
Joyous
Citizens Electric Supply Co,
121 Main Are. E.
Phone 446
Traveller
White Auto Exchange
AUTO
The following Is a list of
our Used Ears;
5 P. King-8, guaranteed to be
in first-class running condi
tion, 1915 model; looks like
Price .!
is the owner
of an
$750.00
new.
Buick, in good running order,
shock absorbers, chains, extra
tire, inner tubes. Price $275
Then we have three 5-passen
ger Ford cars. All have shock
absorbers, extra tire tube and
chains. Priced from $190 to
$225. Also a Ford roadster
like new. Price.$325.00
A new 1916 Maxwell roadster
run less than 1500 miles. A
new tire and chains go with
$475.00
6 passenger 1914 Overland—
starter, electric lights, In
good repair. Price.$450.00
JNO. B. WHITE
Excelsior
Motorcycle
Gloystein Bros.
PAINTING
H.E.CUTTING
this. Price
140 2nd. Ave. No.
138 2nd Ave. So. Phone 706
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REALTY TRANSFERS

From the Dally Transcript—Courtesy
Twin Falls Title Jt Abstract Co.
B. Averett Estate to W. A. Fred
erickson, $380, lots 21 and 22, block
60, Twin Falls.
H. R. Walker to C. E. Jones, $2300,
lot 4, block 1, Eastlawn Sub., Twin
Falls.
L. L. Buckley to P. R. Taber, $1,
lot 6, block 10, Twin Falls.
D. H. Payne to J. K. Pike, $400, lot
30, block 58, Twin Falls.
R. M. Strobridge, et. al., to Ethel
Rogerson, $1, lot 5 and SEI4 lot 4.
block 23, Twin Falls.
C. E. Taylor to M. L. House, $1250,
part lot 9, block 10, Twin Falls.
Buhl Townsite Co. to E. J. Miller,
$200, block 7, block 56, Buhl.
H. W. Mund to R. Phllleo, $1500, lot
1, block 6, Turners Add., Kimberly.
R. Phllleo, et. al., to H. W. Mund,
$4,000, W^jNWSE, 21-10-18.
C. L. Reynolds to A. B. Wood, $3000,
lots 17 and 18, block 14. Filer.
J. Strompf to C. L. Reynolds. $500,
lot 17, block 14. Filer.
T. Flynn to C. C. Flynn. $1, SVèSW
SE, 28-10-13.
C. C. Flynn to J. Bengoechea. $1,
SWSE, 28-10-13.
E. B. Bledsoe to R. Phllleo, $1000,
lot 1, block 3, Turners Add., Kim
berly.
L. L. Holloway to First Baptist
church of Knull, $1, part SWNW,
26-10-16.
C. M. Wilson to A. S. Martyn, $7,600,
EV4SE, 23-10-17.
F. C. Marquardson to H. G, Schafer,
$9200, SENE & NESE, 24-10-14.
J. B. King to J. G. Johnston, $1, lots
29-30, block 69, Twin Falls.
M. Larsen to V. Larsen, $1050, part
NESW, 25-11-18.
Nlbley-Channel Lumber Co. to Mil
ner-Perrine Lumber Co., $1916.88, lots
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, block 127,
Buhl.
Milner-Perrine Lumber Co. to Nib
ley-Channel Lumber Co., $6,000, lots
1, 2, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, block
101, Buhl.
R. H. Shillington to L. J. Anderson,
et. al., Trustees, $150, lot 3, block 25,
Filer.
M. C. Rowell to F. Burke, $5200, Sl£
SE »' . y n r.- ,1 , „ ,
block 97 Twin Falls ' ? ' '
A. P. Senior to D. M. Denton, $1000,
9-14.
lot 10, block 1, Senior Add. Twin F'alls.
O. E. Taft to T. M. Robertson, $1400,
SENW, 2-10-17.
C. L. Romig, et. al., to J. C. Mitchell,
$1, lot 6. block 126, Twin Falls.
Twin Falls Land & Water Co. to L.
A. Warner, $1. Lot 1, Sec. 2-10-17.
J. Uitermarkt to Anna Ulterraarkt,
$1500, NWSE, SWNE and NWNE, 24
J. M. Bratton to T. Olson, $21,300,
E%NW and SWNE, 14-10-16.
W. H. Penberthy to H. Coughlin. $2,
000, lot 14, block 28, Twin F'alls.
e. Tolbert to J. H. Bigley, $375, lot I,
Tolberts Sub. Twin Emails.
' 33-10-13.
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33-10-13.
i H. H. Schildman to M. M. McGinnis,
| * 8 ™' lots 20 and 21 > block 19 '
W. Wyatt to G. J. Smith, $4100, NW
NW, 26-9-14.
J. H. Bigley to F. F. McAtee, $1, lot
Tolberts Sub. Twin Falls.
T. Sheldon to First Methodist Epis
cipal church, $2900, lots 4 and 5, block
58, Twin Falls.
F. M. Train to J. R. Nagel, $800, NE
SE, 25-10-17.
P. M. Train to J. R. Nagel, $8000,
NESE, 25-10-17.
P. McAllister to F. W. Dalton, $1400,
N%SW, 29-9-16.
High Line Seed Farms to E. Thur
I nau, $3776, part SENS, 31-10-16.
S. Margulh to A. Houk, $1, NESE;
S. Marguth to A. Houk, $1, SESE,
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p. p Varney to F'irst Presbyterian
church. $2000, lots 7 and 8, block 43.
Twin Falls.
G. Beer to H. A. Pierce, $350, part
W>4NE, 31-9-16,
H. W. Garland to B. Goldberg, $10.
lot F. block 1, Murtaugh's First Add.
Twin Falls.
In the Tuesday Times—See the Bus
iness Directory.

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