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PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate yonr patron age; give good service and en tire satisfaction. RATES—TW1UE-A-WEEK I Month, per line 80c For this Directory, THE TIMES solicits only tbe advertise ments of permanently estab lished business houses and professional people, ft there fore quotes no other rates for Its directory than those on a monthly basis. J V. ATTORNEYS SWEELEY & SWEELEY. OFFICES Firs* National Bank Building. ASHER B. WILSON, PRACTICE IN ail courts. Room 14 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. A. M. Bowen W. P. Guthrie y GUTHRIE & BOWEN Offices: Shoshone Building. J H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7, Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. E M. WOLFE. OFFICE IN I. ÖT BLDG. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT_ J. H RADCLIFFE Expert Accountant, Auditor and Sys tematlzer. Room Power Building. VETERINARIAN Twin Falls Veterinary Hospital DR. H. If. GROOME Grathiate and Licensed Veterinarian Hospital modernly equipped for surgical treatment of all domestic animals. Telephone 20. 432 West Second Street Idaho Twin Falls CHEMIST E. R. DOOLEY, A. M. Analytical Chemist. Toxicology and Bacteriology Twin Falls Expert Work in Idaho. DENTISTS Office Hours: a. m. 8:30 to 12; p. m. 1-00 to 6:00. Telephone 423 DR, FRED'K E. SNOOK Dentist Shoshone street north. Twin Falls. FEED STORES ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN & FEED Wholesale and Retail deal baled hay, alfalfa meal, grain and Company. seed, custom grinding. 249-251 6th Ave. W. Telephone 23. John Finke, Prop. FRATERNAL S CIETIE8 M. W. A. CAMP. No. 10890, meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall, Paul Smith, H. C. Scranton, Consul. Clerk. Telephone 369-J. For Sale + + X J \ + Choice Canadian Field Peas. + I X ♦ Twin Falls Milling and Elevator Co. * + +++++++++++++++:+++4-+f+* ■g) ' ^ -fPAiHrL [In 8» y/W ">,; GEORGE F. BEMULLER PAINTER AND FAPERHANGER We do kalsominlng, graining, painting and paperhanging. Your Business Solicited Phone 45 230 Second Avenue East LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. In the probate court of the county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of C. Longly, deceased. Notice for publication of appointed for proving will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said the 12th day of June, made on notice is hereby given that Tuesday the 26th day of June, 1917, at o'clock a. m., of said day, at the room of said court, at the court in the city of Twin Falls, county Twin Falls, has been appointed as time and place for proving the of said C. O. Ixmgley. deceased, hearing the application of J. Maxwell for the issuance to him letters testamentory when and interested may appear for / any person and contest the same. Dated June 12. 1917 y D u VA LL, Probate DECLARED ON FLIES work done Adv. W'AR Have your Moon's Shop. screen Phone 21 WANTS WANTS I SELL: RENT: BUY EXCHANGE: SECURE HELP, POSITIONS, ETC. J IMPORTANT— Do not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads. No information can he given. Answers in care of THE TIMES must be written and mailed or left at '1 HE TIMES office. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES .lc 1 insertion, per word ... Minimum total charge to be not less than 25c. Read your ad the first time it appe'ars and notify us liumed lately if an error appears. Call or mail your requirements or phone 88. J FOB SALE FOR SALE—Studebaker 1915 five passenger touring car, in first class condition. cattle in exchange; also Ford touring car, been used four months. Dr. A. A. Newberry, Filer, Idaho. Will consider horses or FOR SALE—Old established gro Good lo Address "Z", care Times. FOR SALE—75 dollar course at the Twin Falls Business College, cheap. "D" care Times. eery doing good business, cation. FOR SALE—Brood sows and pigs, a large lawn mower. Phone 621. FOR SALE—Harley Davidson mo torcycle, 3 speed, with side car and top. Ridden six months, cheap if sold at once. Inquire or write to Joe Scherupp, route No. 1, Hansen, Ida. FOR SALE—Second hand Ford roadster in good shape.— Laubenheim Motor Sales Co.__ FOR SALE—Harley-Davidson, twin cylinder motorcycle, in good condition. Call 249 West Sixth avenue before 6:30 p. im.___ FARM FOR SALE—153 acres good land, 120 acres in alfalfa and red clov Good house, well and windmill, 1V6 miles south of Amsterdam. George Vrieling. Amsterdam, Idaho. er. FOR SALE OR RENT—Modern five room bungalow and sleeping porch. A Estling (Contractor) modern homes. Call 340 Fourth ave FOR SALE—Tw Good location, nue north. glass and Phone 21. FOR SALE—Window windshields of all .sizes. Moon's shop, near postoffice. FOR SALE!—Beardless Seed Barley for sale at Anchor Hay, Grain & Feed 249-251 Sixth avenue west. company. Telephone 23. FOR SALE—High grade touring car in fine shape. Logan Music com pany. FOR SALE—Kaffir corn for seed on sale at the Anchor Hay, Grain & Feed company, 249-251 Sixth avenue west. Telephone 23. ! FOR SALE!—Improved or unlmprov. ed farms, large or small, in Bingham county, Idaho and Millard county, Utah. Terms to suit purchaser. J. T. Burke, Carson Hotel, Blackfoot, Idaho. FOR SALE—Shetland Ponies and C. H. Laartz, 2(4 Shetland cblts. miles west of west end of Main, Phone : 509 J 4 FOR SALE—On account of selling part of my land will have to reduce 3 Registered 1 Jer part of my dairy cows. Jersey cows, 3, 4, 6 years old. sey bull 18 months old, 1 Jersey bull, 5 months old, all registered. 2 grade Jersey cows, 2 grade Jersey heifers, all fresh this fall and winter. Box 165, Twin Falls. FOR SALE—40 acres well improv ed land five miles from Buhl. All in crop and seeded to $186. Will sell with crop, buildings, well and orchard. "X" care Times. alfalfa. Price Good Write for SALE—Middleton, Idaho, good grain, fruit, hay and potato land in large and small tracts, with cheap paid up water right. Post, Middleton, Idaho. Write Foote & for two. 436 FOB KENY FOR RENT—Rooms for light house keeping; also sleeping rooms, gentle Inquire Idahome Rooms, over City Marketing Co. preferred. men FOR RENT—Two rooms, one fur. nlshed for light house-keeping, one Outside entrance. sleeping room. 546 Second avenue north. Phone 541 M. FOR RENT—Furnished sleeping also rooms for light house Idahome over rooms ; keeping. AU modern. City Marketing. FOR RENT—Large, well furnished front room, suitable Main avenue north. O. lime FOR RENT—Furnished room. Call 260 Seventh avenue north. FOR RENT—9 room modern house. Inquire Mr. Roberts, C. W. & M. Co. 10 of the and M. of FOR RENT—Comfortable furnished suites for light housekeeping. Oxford, 428 Main North. Ti FOR RENT—Two or three room apartments for light housekeeping. Modern conveniences. Oxford rooms, 428 Main avenue north. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Close in. Phone 673 J. FOR RENT—Large and cool room tor rent, 235 Ninth avenue east. FOR RENT—Two comfortable rooms, furnished for light housekeep. ing, in private family. Terms Mod erate. 732 Second avenue west. at WANTED WANTED—Ambitious well educated young married man wants position. Able to do general bookkeeping and office work, preferred. Willing to invest money in business after being employed for some time. City or out. Can give first class References. Times. Responsible position Letter "C" WANTED—Girl to do general housework. Apply 435 Main avenue west, or phone 271-J. WANTED—YOUNG MAN AS BOOK KEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER WITH SOME EXPERIENCE IN FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE OFFICE ROUTINE. GIVE FULL PARTICULARS AND STATE SAL ARY WANTED. "A & C" care of the Times. WANTED—-To rent, a single horse. Phone 353 J or call at 222 Main Ave. south. WANTED—Young lady stenographer wants position. Good references, care Times. "A" DRY GOODS MAN WANTED—A good man not of military age, one who is a good salesman and knows piece goods. Good pay and a future assured to a worker with ambition to progress. Replies treated strictly confidential. "Opportunity," Box 232, Twin Falls, Idaho. WANTED—Boarders in private fam ily. Inquire 313 Fifth avenue east. LOST AND FOUND LOST—A pocketbook on the grade this side of Shoshone falls, containing $4 in silver and a pair of glasses. Finder return to this office and re ceive reward. LOST—Crochetted wool Afghan or robe in light brown and tan with edg ing in black. On highway between Shoshone and Gooding or Shoshone and Halley, Timmerman road. Valued highly for special reasons. Return to Liberal reward. Shoshone Club. LOST—License tag for car No. 142 Twin Falls. Finder please return Anchor Hay, Grain & Feed Co. to LOST OR ESTRAYED—On Addison avenue, grayish black horse, weighing about 900 pounds. Finder notify Grand Union Tea company and receive ward. re hat, five miles Owner may have same paying for this ad and identifying property. Call at Times office. FOUND—Panama east of town. by MISCELLANEOUS_ _ STRAYED — Brown mare mule, eight about 900 pounds, 8 years old. When strayed had on halter and chain and was shod. phone D. PI. Regan, Twin Falls. w Write or Reward. We handle used cars exclusively. Will pay you cash for them or sell on John B. White Auto Ex commission, change, 143 Second avenue east, Twin Falls. 1 am located in Twin Building; Fails to do any kind of job or day work. Bungalow houses, store fronts, : shelving, remodeling of any kind on I Residence 440 Fourth Over short notice, avenue north, seeing work a specialty. John Beatty. —Advertisement Phone 790 W. A black and white Sheland pony stallion is making a stand Washington barn. at the FINE PIANO FOR KENT WITH PRIVILEGE OF BUYING We have one of our best instruments hand unsold in the vicinity of Twin Falls, Idaho. Rather than pay storage re-ship, we will rent it to a respon sible party at $5.00 per month or will sell now at a special price on easy monthly or quarterly terms. For particulars write Consolidated Music company, Salt Lake CRy. Please give business reference in first letter. —Advertisement. on ■ ■r LEGAL PUBLICATIONS No. 10969 Treasury Department—Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Washington, D. C., March 30, 1917. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The Farm ers and Merchants National Bank of Kimberly," in the village of Kimberly, in the County of Twin Falls and the State of Idaho, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States, required to be compli ed with before an association shall be authorized to commence the busi ness of banking; Now therefore, I, John Williams, comptroller of the Curren cy, do hereby certify that "Th Farm ers and Merchants National Bank of Kimberly" in the village of Kimberly In the county of Twin Falls and State of Idaho, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in Secuon Fifty-one Hundred and Six ty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office this Thirtieth day of March, 1917. (Signed) JNO. SKELTON WILLIAMS. Comptroller of the Currency. (Official Seal): „ CURRENCY BUREAU; SEAL OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. TREASURY PARTMENT. Skelton DE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Fritz Putzier. deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Albert Putzier, executor of the will of Fritz Putzier. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor at the law offices of L/ongley & Walters in the city and county of Twin Kails, Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated May 16, 1917. ALBERT PUTZIER, Executor of the Will of Fritz Put zier, deceased. Serial No. 015619-015991-017737. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, May 28, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Hugh E. Read, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on July 21, 1914, made Original Home stead entry, Serial No. 015619, for the SE(4 SW',4, Section 8, and the NE(4 NW!4 of Section 17, Township 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, and who on September 23, 1914, made additional homestead entry, Serial No. 016991 for the SE*4 SE 1 /* of Section 7, and SW% SW(4 Section 8 Town ship 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, and who on November 4, 1915, made additional homestead en try, Serial No. 017737 for the EVz NE(4 SW14 NE*4, NE*4 SE(4 of Section 18, Township 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above des cribed, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. Com missioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 27th day of July, 1917,. Claimant names as witnesses: . Ed Minnerly, Woody T. Seal, both of Twin Falls, Idaho, Albert Mortell, Duffy Reed, both of Rogerson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. 5-31; 6-7-14-21-28 NOTICE OF HEARING In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the state of Idaho, in and for the County of Elmore. The petition of the board of direc tors of the King Hill Irrigation Dis trict having been filed in this Court praying that the proceedings for the organization of said district be ex amined, approved and confirmed by this court. NOTICE OF HEARING Notice is hereby given that the pe tition of the hoard of directors of ths King Hill Irrigation District has been tiled and that the hearing of the said petition lias been set for the 7th day of July, 1917, at Ten o'clock a. m. of said day at the Court House in the Court Room of the said court at Moun tain Home, in the County of Elmore, Stale of Idaho. The prayer of said petition Is that the proceedings for the organization of said district under the provisions of the laws of the state of Idaho be examined, approved and confirmed by this court. 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Twenty-six Attractions $2.50 Each Less Than 10c Think of hearing "The Chimes of Normandie'' for ten cents, or Haw kins' great Nature Lecture, or"AIong the Road to Tokyo," or James God dard—it would cost you more than the price of a season ticket to hear him alone at Chicago Grand Opera. TWIN FALLS Chautauqua Week June 20 to 26, Inclusive ■ It is not necessary for a Juno wed diclai District, of the State of Idaho, for the County of Eimore, this 29th ding present to be useful or tasteful, but if it looks as if it cost a lot of day of May, 1917. i money but didn't, it will go with a F. M. HOBBS, Clerk of the Court. ! rush.