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PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY il
— ' A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate your patron age; give good service and en tire satisfaction. RATES—TWICE-A-WEEK 1 Month, per line 30c For this Directory, THE TIMES solicits only the advertise ments of permanently estab lished business houses and professional people. It there fore quotes no other rates for its directory than those on a monthly basis. J ATTORNEYS 8WEELEY & SWEBLEY, OFFICES First National Bank Bldg. ASHER B. WILSON, PRACTICE IN all courts. Room 14 1st Nat. Bank Bldg, r I WANTS WANTS 1 SELL: RENT; BUT EXCHANGE: SECURE HELP, POSITIONS, ETC. J IMPORTANT—Do not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads. No information can be given. Answers in care of THE TIMES must be written and mailed or left at THE TIMES office. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 1c 1 Insertion, per word. Minimum total chargé to be not less than 25c. Read yonr ad the first time It appears and notify us immed iately if an error appears. Call or mail your requirements or phone 38. J V. Excellent 160 Acres No rock, highly Improved, well worth $140 an acre. Owner has made other investments and $8000 cash, balance easy, will buy this farm way under its value. . Geo. H. Darrow Phone 8 or 547. FOR HALB FOR SALE—37 acres 4)4 miles south of Twin Falls, $150.00 per acre. Crop alfalfa and clover. Inquire of B, J. Ditter, Twin Falls, Idaho, Route No. 2. FOP. SALE—Two resident lots with east front. Address Box 706, City. FOR SALE CHEAP—Lot 1, block 94, Second Ave. east, lot 19, block 58, Sho shone St., Twin Falls. Write the own er, lock box 137, Hollister. Idaho. FOR SALE—Furniture, library ta ble, rocking chair, dining room and bedroom set in oak. 602 2nd Ave. W. C. L. Candlin, FOR SALE—A few nice smooth Ear ly Eureka and Early Six Weeks pota toes. I. R. Darrow, phone 514-J-l. LINCOLN BUCK LAMBS FOR SALE —Sanger & Williams, Hollister, or W. E. Sanger, Twin Falls. _ FOR SALE—1915 Ford car, good condition. Call 600 3rd Ave. W. LEGAL PUBLICATION NOTICE POE PUBLICATION. (Serial No. 014815) Department of the Interior, U. S. Band Office at Hailey, Idaho, Octoher 17, latfi. Notice is hereby given that Thomas O. Sanders, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, April 24, 1914, made homestead entry No. 014815, for SE 1-4, section 30, town ship 15 south, range 18 east, Boise meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C C. Sigglns, U. S. commissioner, at Twin Kails, Idaho, on the 14th day of December, 1910. T Claimant names as witnesses: Eddie J. Roark, of Rogerson, Idaho; * rank Yo well, of Rogerson, Idaho; Marvin G. Tel ford, of Filer. Idaho; Benjamin W. Tel ford, of Rogerson. Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS. The following county warrants will be paid upon presentation at the coun ty treasurer's office, Twin Falls, Idaho: Current expense warrants Nos. 568 , to 728, inch (Series 1916.) Interest, on the above warrants will cease October 31st, 1916. H. COGGINS, County Treasurer. Dated and posted October 21st. 1916. notice fob publication. (Serial No. 017265) Department of th#> Tnt n r*°r TT. S. Dnn*l Office at Halley, Idaho, October 17, 1016. Notice is hereby given that Joseph c*. Tague. of Hansen, Idaho, who, on May 8th 1915. made ^ntry. 017265. tôr N 1-2 NW1-4. SW 1-4 NW Twin Falls Title & Abstract Company, Limited j Montnry Payment Hotel Perrine Building, Twin Falls, Idaho CIT*^ LOANS 8 °1o FARM LOANS GUTHRIE & BOWEN w. P. Guthrie Offices; Shoshone Building. A. M. Bowen /. H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7, twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg C. M. •'"OLFE. OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT J. H. RADCLIFFE expert Accountant, Auditor and Sys emutizer. Room 4. Power Building ARCHITECT. B. MORGAN NISBET, ARCHITECT. Room 8, Twin Falls Trust Building. OSTEOPATH DR. EMMA C. CROSSLAND Phone 135 Phone 232 McOornick Bldg. Res. 222 6th Ave. E. SEWING MACHINES "SIT-STRATE WHITE" NOW ON sale here. All calls promptly attend L. A. Wills manufacturers' agent, ed. 211 Shoshone St. St., Warberg Bldg. 280-acre stock ranch, controls fine range, 250 acres in cultivation, good buildings, decreed water right. Price $25.00 an acre; easy terms. Will con sider trade near Twin Falls. Other fine bargains. Curtis Investment Co., Hailey, Idaho. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—To close estate, 108 acres 1% miles from Twin Falls. Will bring enough rent in 10 years to pay for Itself. G. W. Rice, administrator, Box 22. FOR SALE—Used player piano. Ad dress G. B. Holmes, box 42, Twin Falls, Idaho. FOR SALE—1916 Dodge Brothers touring car. Nearly new. Lind Auto mobile Co. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Potato dig ders and sorter, used one season. Ad dress Box 104, Rogerson, Idaho. DO YOU W'ANT a good buy in a home or small tract in Twin Falls, or a 10, 20, 40 or 80 acre farm. Phone 772-J or write box 42 H, care Twin Falls Times. WANTED. WANTED—A loan of $2,500, first mortgage security. L. O., care of Times. WANTED-—Two men to lay fifteen thousand feet three-inch flooring. One dollar per square. WANTED—Two plasterers. Kim berly high school. WANTED—To buy 320 rods rabbit Address "Z," in care of fencing. Times. with WANTED—Furnished private family, preferably with sleep ing porch, by young single man. Ad dress R. S., care Times. HELP WANTED. WANTED—An apprentice girl by Geo. Key, the tailor. 116% Main Ave. north. FOB KEITr FOR RENT—Furnished house, fine location. Apply "A," Times office. FOR RENT—One of the best store | rooms In Buhl. Write S. J. Hammel, i Buhl, or Julius Rosenberg, Salt Lake City. Utah. FOB KENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT—Large furnished sleep ing room. 517 4th avenue east. Phone 767. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, at 732 2nd Ave. west. 1-4, section 12, NE 1-4 NE 1-4, sœtijn 11, township 11 south, range 19 east, Boise meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make commutation proof, to es tablish claim to the land above describ ed, before C. C. Slggins, U. S. Commis sioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 14th day of December, 1916. Claimant names witnesses: Henry T. Stevens, William C. Hall, Howard E. and John Gourley, all of Mur tugh, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. Are You Going to Have a Public Sale? I am again prepared to clerk your sale and purchase your paper, and am in position to quote you rates that I am certain will appeal to you as at tractive. I have a plan for the arrangement of terms that appeals to the various purchasers as being more equitable than those formerly In vogue In this community, and that will, at the same time, save money for the man hold ing a sale. If you are contemplating holding a sale, let me submit my proposition to you. I have money available for real es tate loans, and at attractive rates. C. A. ROBINSON, Rooms 1 and 2, Bank & Trust Com pany Building. —Adv. PRINTING TIMES PRINTING & PUBLISHING Co. All class of printing. Quality work. Prompt service. 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. Ave. W. Telephone 23. John Finke, Prop. 249-251 6th FRATERNAL SOCIETIES M. W. A. CAMP, No. 10890, meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, at Moose hall H. C. Scranton, Consul. Paul Smith Clerk. Tele. 369-J and 674. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED—To rent forty or eighty Will offer acres beet or clover land, good proposition. Address P. G., in care of Times. WANTED TO RENT—40 to 60 acres with good improvements. Want some thing that will produce good results with proper labor applied, by an up to-date farmer. Will exchange refer ences. Address A. H. S., Twin Falls Times. FOR EXCHANGE. FOR TRADE—160 acres, nigh state cultivation, one mile thriving little town on South Side tract, for 80 acres well located. My price $150 per acre. My equity $16,000. A. R. Q., care of Times. LOST. Housekeepers, please don't forget to depend upon the rest room exchange for your cooked food, dainties and sub stantial. Sale held every Saturday, Let the matron fill your orders for dressed poultry, choice butter, fresh eggs, etc. Phone 445-J. LOST—From my place one-half mile west of Hansen, one Jersey heifer, 2 years old; one Durham heifer, 2 years old; one Jersey heifer, 1 year old; no brand. A liberal reward will he given to the finder of same or notify E. C. Lichty, Hansen, Idaho. LOST—Purse containing between $35 and $40. two cancelled notes and other papers, Saturday night, Oct. 14, on Shoshone street. Reward if re turned to Times office. LOST—Penant class pin, letters C. H. S. On reverse side initials O. G. S. Suitable reward will be paid finder upon leaving same at Times office. MISCELLANEOUS. STRAYED—Two work animals, one bay horse and one brown mare, held by Tolman brothers, at Murtaugh. Owner may charges against same. Oct. 1. Brand indistinct. get them by paying Held since MONEY TO LOAN—$6 to $50 on anything of value. Room 23, Laclede Rooms. After 6:00 p. m. Regular meet 1, Initiation. Attention W. O. W. ing Wednesday, Nov. All members urged to be present. J. Cohen, Hollister, pays the best price for beef hides. Read the "BUSINESS DIRECTORY" In the Tuesday Times; it will interest you. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 REALTY TRANSFERS 0 0 • * • * ♦ From the Daily Transcript —1 onrtesy Twin Falls Title As Abstract Co E. Bird to F. W. Crawford, $100, lots 1 and 2, Buhl. S. P. Grippen to J. J. Rugg, $2800, SENW, 19-9-14. J. B. Miller to W. R. Bell, $1, E% NW, 14-10-15. R. McCallum to W. C. Olsen, $1, N'E, 34-11-19. E. W. Byrne to J. L. Foxley, $700, lot 13, block 6, McCollum Add., Buhl. J. E. Schmidt to C. Hill, $2600, NW NW, 33-9-14. J. D. Bradish to Anna M. Bradish, $1, SWSE, 10-10-13. J. D. Bradish to J. Lawrie, $3300, SWSE, 10-10-13. L. C. Harvey to W. Wasel, $1700, lots 9 and 10, block 110, Buhl. C. H. McQuown to L. Chamberlin, $176, lot 19, block 68, Buhl. G. H. Turner to M. E. Albert, $1500, one-third Interest In lot 20, block 88, Twin Falls. G. F. Allen to L. R. Musser, $1500, lot 16, block 18. Filer. S. C. Stewart to J. Arsenault, $153.75 lot 6, block 123, Buhl. W. J. Brady to J. Z. Arsenault, $1, lot 2, block 110, Buhl. F. H. Sly to M. H. Buck, $1. NWNE, 2?-i 0 - 1 5. M. H. Buck to F. H. Sly. $3000, lot I m = F r l i i 1 i 1 v3 'i c fli r ■ i jiiCÈLl I 111' u' II lamfA k m. p > ■ I m li & > i tä Do You Want This Dining Room? The illustration shows only one of an endless variety of beautiful and artistic interior effects possible in every room in the house simply by the use of Cornell-Wood-Board. Cornell designers will show you just how you may beautify your home with Cornell-Wood-Board. Just send dimension sketches or blue prints direct to the Cornell offices in Chicago or ASK YOUR DEALER, and the plans and specifications with cost estimate will be made for you absolutely free. You will be placed under no obligation whatever. Cornell-Wood-Board, an all-wood product, is superior to all other wall materials. It is economical, easy to apply and permanent. CornellWoodBoard For Walls y Ceilings and Partitions Nail it right to the studding or over old walls. A non-conductor of heat, cold and sound. Takes paint or kalsomine perfectly. riiaranFcwa* Cornell-Wood-Board is guaranteed not Vjuaramee. to warp, buckle, chij), crack or fall. Manufactured by the Cornell Wood Products Co. CC. O. Frisbie. President). Chicago, and sold by the dealers listed here. Nibley-Channel Lumber Company, Limited 4, block 1, Highland View Tract. H. Shank to E. Shank. $800, SESW and SWSE, 13-10-15. t1 Mary A. Nlhart to J. W. Lentz, $1, N%N%NWSW, 25-9-14 Nlhart to W. Glnapp, $1. SVa NV-NWSW, 25-9-14. S. C. Stewart to J. Z. Arsenault, 13 and 14, block 79, Buhl. Mary $450, lots __ _ . J. Z. Arsenault to C. L. Van Ostran, $300. lot 13, block 79. Buhl. W. R. Bell to E. Sommer. $13,600, E%NW,' 14-10-17. A. Creasy to L. J- Anderson, et. at.. $150, lot 2,'block 25, Filer. G W Wilcox to P. Richmond, $1000, lots 15 and 16, block 33, Filer. W. W. Wight to Mary E. Potter, $1, SESÉ, 30-10-14. „„„„ F. Geisler to C. W. Bidwell, $300, lot 12. block 2, Nare's Add. Twin Falls. M. F. Patrick to J. B. Paget, $800, lot 16, block 112, Twin Falls. j. Pelkes to W. Brose. $23,95a, E% NW and N%SW, section 13, and SW NE, 13-11-18. J. M. Reid to M. Koppleman. $1, lot 26, block 99, Buhl. REGARDING MISS WOLFE. I take this means of giving to the candidacy of Miss Brittomart Wolfe, as county superintendent of schools, hearty and unqualified endorse our my ment. She has every qualification for the office in my judgment. She has had wide and thorough training for the work, holding both state and life di plomas, granted by Dr. Scsson. She has had valuable experience in affairs of the office, helping to organ ize the school system of the then new county of Twin Falls, with our first county superintendent. t She has been active in church'and literary circles, having been an earn est worker in the Baptist church and Sunday school. It is with particular pleasure that 1 mention her as a teaeher in the Twin Falls schools when I was a member of the school board. She was one of our most earnest and successful teachers, having good methods, tact, and disci pline without harshness: thorough in her work and with a personality that could not fall to have a beneficial in fluence upon the young mind entrust ed to her care. I know she will make a splendid of ficer, and I bespeak for her the loyal support of all voters, regardless of party affiliations. Very truly, F. E. CHAMBERLAIN. (Advertisement) ;i Announcement We wish to announce to our patrons and to anyone else interested, that we have arranged an association to bet ter care for our work in medicine and surgery. Doctor Morgan needs no introduc tion to the people in this country. He has practiced here nearly nine years, and has been maintaining the Physi cians and Surgeons Hospital for three years. Doctor Oldham is a graduate of Northwestern School of Chicago, in 1906. Has had hospital training and has been prac ticing nearly ten years in Oakley, Idaho. It Is our purpose to take care of our cases on the highest plane of scientific and ethical service. Medical University (Signed) DR. J. R. MORGAN. DR. E. P. OLDHAM. Offices, Central Bldg., over Bedford Fisher Drug Co., Main St., Twin Falls, Idaho. (Advertisement) EXCURSIONS TO POCATELLO Via O. S. L. for United Cattle and Horse Growers Association conven tion, and Automobile Show. Tickets limited to November 6th. 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