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PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY A eonvenleetiy classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate your patron, age; give good service and en tire satisfaction. r RATES—TWICE-A-WEEK 1 Month, per line. 80c For tills Directory, THE TIMES the advertlse solicits only mcnts 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. ATTORNEYS SWEELBY & SWEELEY, OFFICES Firs' National Bank Building. V. ASHER.B. WILSON. PRACTICE IN ail courts. Room 14 1st Nat. Bank Bldg. A. M. Bowen W. P. Guthrie GUTHRIE & BOWEN Offices; ___ J H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7, Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. E. M. WOLFE, OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG. Shoshone Building. À EXPERT ACCOUNTA NT J. H RADCL1FFB Expert Accountant, Auditor and Sys Power Building. r \ tematizer. Room VETERINARIAN Twin Falls Veterinary Hospital DR- H. R. GROOME Graduate and Licensed Veterinarian Hospital modernly equipped for surgical treatment of all domestic; unhnals. Telephone 20. t 432 West Second Street Idaho Twia Falls CHEMIST __ K. R. DOOLEY, A. M. Analytical Chemist. Expert Work m Toxicology and Bacteriology Twin Falls Idaho. DENTISTS__ Office Hours; a. m. 8:30 to 12; p. m. 1-00 to 5:09. Tel l pb ° ne 423 DR. FRED'K E. SNOOK Dentist Shoshone street north. Twln Falls. FEED STORES ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN & FEED Company. Wholesale and Retail deal ers, haled hay. alfalfa meal, grain and seed, custom grinding. 249-251 6th Ave. W. Telephone 23. John jlnke, Prop. F RATE'ANAL 8 C1ETIES_ M. wTa. CAMP, No. 10890, meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall, H. C. Scranton, Consul. Paul Smith, Clerk. Telephone 369-J._ l 1 1 1 » ! ■♦♦ ♦♦ ; ; il For Sale; v \ ;; Choice Canadian Field 1 Peas. ! 4 ♦ I Twin Falls Milling and Elevator Co. : ♦ »H.tt 4 . 4 4 4 ' 4 " l"H44-4 -4 ' 4 4 -H" * "» l H Î l! A I?*. h o mm GEORGE F. BEMILLER PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER We .U> ' kalsomining, graining, painting and paperhanging. leur Business Solicited Phone 4â 230 Second Avenue East V Some Time You will be in need printing of some kind. Whether it be letter heads, statements wed ding invitations sale bills, member we can turn out the work at lowest cost consistent with good work. 1C pu AUTO LIVERY Anywhere, any time—Call ERKKSON Phone 303 or 535 J ^vjln ; Twin WANTS ! WANTS SELL! BENT: BDT EXCHANGE: SECURE HELP, POSITIONS, ETC. time I said 1 tion ... . . him IMPORTANT—Do not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads. No information can be given , of THE TIMES must be written and mailed or left at THE TIMES office. pear J Answers in care "N ed im CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 428 _ic 1 Insertion, per word Hinimnm total charge to be not less than 85c. for Rend your ad the first lime It appears mid notify us immed iate!} if an error appears. Cali or mall your requirements or phone IS. J FOB BALK FOR SALE—Old established gro cery doing good business. Good lo cation. Address "Z", care Times. _ FOR SALE—75 dollar course at the j Twin Falla Business College, cheap. care Times. _ FOR SALE!— Harley-Davldson, twin nvlinder motorcycle, in good condition, Call ''49 West Sixth avenue before! on ' ou p. tu>. FARM FOR SALE—153 acres good land, 120 acres in alfalfa and red clov Good house, well and windmill, V/t miles south of Amsterdam. George Vrieling. Amsterdam, Idaho. FOR SALE—Southbend Steel Mail able range, almost new. 191 Twin Falls, Idaho. FOR SALE OR RENT—Modern five room bungalow and sleeping porch. A Estllng' (Contractor) Address Box modern homes. Call 340 Fourth ave FOR SALE—Tw Good location, nuq horth. 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 In fine shape. Logan Music com car 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 uniraprov. 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—Middleton, Idaho, good grain, fruit, hay and potato land in large and small tracts, with cheap Write Foote & paid up water right. Post, Middleton, Idaho. FOR SALE—Ford car, 1916 model Inquire at Farmers' Corral. for sale. FOR SALE — Thirteen and one third acres, three miles west, one half mile south of Caldwell. Idaho. Six acres in five-year old apples, bal ance in grain, water. $2000, $750 down, balance easy Chas. E. Kitching, Pocatello. No house, U. S. R. S. terms. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Good 80 acres, at Buhl; also choice 10, at Twin Falla. Box 781, Twin Palls. CALDWELL COUNTRY FARM A ''Wilder Bench" 80. Fine laying 2 sets small land, all in cultivation, imnrovements, deep w-ell with wind mill. Price $125 per acre, terms. A choice 50 acre improved farm lo cated 5 miles from town, feet and best soil. wheat seeded to clover. Good Lays per 35 acres alfalfa, Good acres buildings, family fruit and deep well. Terms excel Price $120 per acre. One half crop included. Beautiful well improved 80. High yielding alfalfa, clover seed, corn, grain or potato land. All produc ing, no waste. Paid Up Water Right. Fine buildings. Excellent location. Price $140 per acre, exceptional terms One-half crop included. lent. A. L. MURPHY. Caldwell, Ida FOR SALE—80 acres best land Deer Flat. All fenced, good 7 room house, deep well, windmill, 40 acres Hawley wheat, will make 50 bushels. 30 acres alfalfa, 6 acres corn and beans; half mile of good school, miles from Nampa. This place and for Eleven Thousand Dollars, crop taken by the 5th of July; $5000 cash A snap.—George balance, terms. Everitt, Nampa, Idaho. Machines SALE—Sewing New Home $3.50; Velox $12.50; Sing er $14.00; Vertical Feed $25.00; others cheap. New Singers sold easy payments. Singer Sewing chine company, 222 South Main. po U FOR SALE—A good farm on easy 80 acres very choice, terms. miles from Wendell, house and barn. 40 acres fenced woven wire, 5 acres alfalfa, 15 acres ready to seed, more cleared. $100.00 per acre, 00 cash and easy terms. H. de Schep per, 153 Main avenue west, between Perrine Hotel and postoffice. row KtiVi FOR RENT—Rooms for light house keeping; also sleeping rooms, gentle Inquire Idahome Rooms, over Ci ty Marketing Co. FOR RENT—Two rooms, one nlshed for light house-keeping, sleeping room. 546 Second avenue north. preferred. un n Outside entrance. Phone M. sleeping RENT—Furnished also rooms for light house FOR rooms: keeping. At' modern. Idahome City Marketing. FOR RENT—Comfortable furnished suites for light housekeeping. The Oxford, 428 Main North. ,. - FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms 420 Third in —--—-—— FOR RENT—Two or three furnish- t ed rooms. Phone 150 J. 312 Fourth avenue east. . ed FOR RENT-Two pleasant f^Tt ' be rooms for light housekeeping. Fully furnished and verv comfortable 732 i im nisiiea ana very conuoriauie. Second avenue west. I FOR RENT—Two or three room apartments for light housekeeping. Modern conveniences. Oxford rooms, 428 Main avenue north. for light housekeeping, avenue east. FOR RENT—Housekeeping room or j sleeping room, or both, in private home. Phone 624, FOR RENTr—Large, well furnished front room, suitable for two. 436 Main avenue north. FOR RENT—9 room modern house. Inquire Mr. Roberts, C. W. & M. Co. i-- M)R RENT One trout bed room, 421 Fifth avenue north. WANTED WANTED—Work for man and two teams . Will work one or both teams. Address Box 763, Twin Falls. WANTED—To Rent Two or Three Address Box 763, Twin room house. Falls. Apply 141 Sec WANTED—Salesman to sell auto mobiles and trucks, ond avenue east. WANTED—Pasture for heifer and young Jersey bull. Ninth avenue north. C. T. Bunce, 214 Phone 356-R. 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 foi sonne time. City or out. first class references. Times. Responsible position Can give Letter "C" WANTED—YOUNG MAN AS BOOK STENOGRAPHER KEEPER AND WITH SOME EXPERIENCE IN FIRE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE OFFICE ROUTINE. GIVE " r,r T PARTICULARS AND STATE SAL ARY WANTED. "A & C" care of the Times. WANTED—Boarders in private fam ily. Inquire 313 Fifth avenue east. LOST AND FOUND LOST—Sorrel gelding, weight 1000 pounds, diamond D brand on right shoulder. Black gelding, Weight 1400 pounds. XLT bar on left hip. Notify owner, phone 202 J 4, Buhl, Idaho. EST RAYED—1 black horse and Finder phone 225 J. re brown mare, garding same. LOST—Child's grey pinchback over state highway west of town. coat on Finder please leave at Times pffice and receive reward. S. LOST—Black pig weighing about Return to W. E. Obeshaw, pounds. Cleveland avenue, for reward. at L.OST—Crochetted wool Afghan robe in light brown and tan with edg On highway between Ing In black. Shoshone and Gooding or Shoshone and Halley, Timmerman road. Valued Return lo highly for special reasons. Liberal reward. Shoshone Club. hat, five miles Owner may have same FOUND—Panama east of town, by paying for this ad and identifying property. Call at Times office. 9 MISCFLLAN EOÜS We can pasture 50 head of cattle. Edwin Dammon. mare mule, STRAYED — Brown weight about 900 pounds, 8 years When strayed had on halter and chain Write Reward. and was shod, phone D. E. Regan, Twin Falls. Ida We handle used cars exclusively. Will pay you cash for them or sell commission. John B. White Auto change. 143 Second avenue east, Twin Falls. in and 7 and 1 am located in Twin Building Falls to do any kind of job or ■work. Bungalow houses, store fronts, shelving, remodeling of any kind Residence 440 Fourth Phone 790 W. h cash H short notice, avenue north, seeing work a specialty. John Beatty. —Advertlnement on Ma NOTICE TO OPERATORS OF MOTOR VEHICLES. Notice is hereby given that bill No. 341, passed by the recent lature, effective May 10, 1917, provides that any corporation or person ating for compensation any motor vehicle over any particular route routes or over any route or routes between specified termina for use the business of carrying either sengers or freight or both must tain from the Public Utilities Coramis There is and easy .oar barn. acres 20 $500 Schep sion a license therefor, cepted f-oni the provisions of the any motor vehicle used exclusively a hearse, an ambulance, hotel taxicab, touring car or automobiles from garages upon call which specific route of travel, or carrying house gentle fur. one no vehicles used for States mails on Star Routes, application for a license is to he through the assessor of the county which the operator has his principal If your case 541 business. place of covered by this statute you will application immediate -make sleeping : licence. house over FRANK L. STEPHAN, Prosecuting Attorney, Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, LEGAL PUBLICATIONS No. 10969 Treasury Department—Office of the j Comptroller of the Currency. Washington. D. C„ March 30, 1917, ; Whereas, by satisfactory evidence Land presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that "The Farm and Merchants National Bank of 1 Howes Kimberly," in the village of Kimberly. ; on the County of Twin Falls and the Entr State of Idaho, has complied with all , e provisions of the Statutes of the ' Unite d States, required to be compli- Un with before an association shall j autb ° ria «? t0 commence the busi- tjQnal lh "S I John Skelton 015732. ,,olpfore ' J' J ° 1 „ tion williams, comptroller of the Gurren h „.„ hv that "Th Farm- pdSt cy, do hereby certify that 1 f and Merchants National Bank of Kimberly" in the village of Kimberly the county of Twin Falls and State Idaho, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided Section 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) i Serial to on J. j lister, FINE JXO. SKELTON WILLIAMS, Comptroller of the Currency. (0ff rrHrf e NCY BUREAU • SEAL OF l THE COMPTROLLER OF THE 0,1 CIIRRFNCY TREASURY DE paptmfnt or ' sible 1 sell ; give . Serial No. 014576, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Ijan) j office at Hailey, Idaho, June 5, 1917. - „ Notice is hereby given that Duffy G. Reed, of Rogcrson, Idaho, who, on February 4, 1914, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 014576, for NEV4, section 17, Township 16 South, Range IS east, Boise Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 6th day of August, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Hugh E. Reed, Rogcrson, Idaho; E. Mlnnerly, Twin Falls, Idaho; U. T. Eli May, Seal, Twin Falls, Idaho; Rogcrson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, 6-12-19-26; 7-3-10, ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Twin Falls county. H. J. Noonan, plaintiff, vs. Zwarg, and Mary Doe Zwarg, his wife; and John A. Buchanan, and Mary Doc Buchanan, his wife, defendants. The state of Idaho sends greetings: and Mary Doe Zwarg, his wife; and John A. Buchan anil Mary Doe Buchanan, his wife, the above named defendants; You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fourth Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Twin Falls county, by the above named plaintiff. This action is brought to quiet title to all that certain lot of land situated in Twin Falls County, Idaho, described Lot 30, in Block 117 in Otto To Otto Zwarg, an, as follows: the city of Twin Falls as the same is platted in the official plat of Twin Falls townsite recorded In the office of the county recorder of said county. And you are hereby directed to ap and answer the said complaint or to pear within twenty days, if served within said judicial district, and within forty days If served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed for in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said district court this 12th day of May, 1917. said complaint E. J. FINCH, Clerk. By I. E. FINNEY, Deputy. old. or A. R. Hicks Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence, Twin Falls, Idaho. Serial No. 018271 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, May 24, 1917. Notice is hereby given that William Trotter, of Three Creek, Idaho, who, or. July 1. 1915, made homestead en try, Serial No. 018271, for lots 1 and 2 NE A4 NWA4, section 7. township 16 south, range 11 east. Boise-Meri dian, has filed notice of Intention to make commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, he fore C. C. Siggins, U. S. Commissioner. at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 24th day of July, 1917. > Claimant names as James Leonard, Steward V. Samuel C. Dunn, Sr., C. Wolgomoth all of Three Creek. Idaho. on Ex day on Over ligis oper or or in pas ob ex witnesses; Dunn, BEN R. GRAY, Register. ESTRAY NOTICE. One gray mare, two years old, brand ed X on left shoulder. One sorrel mare and white hind feet, same brand above, on my farm 3 miles south and Shoshone street E. MEUNIER. with white tace law, as bus, have motor United The one mile west of bridge. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION In the probate court of the county Twin Falls, state of Idaho. matter of the Roderick Dim Sutherland, deceased, Notice for publication of time pointed for proving will, etc. Pursuant to an order of said cou made on the 4th day of June, 1917, notice is hereby given that Saturday the 23rd day of June, 1917, at o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court of said court, at the court house made in is estate In the please for Idaho, room the city of Twin Falls, county of Falls, has been appointed as the and place tor proving the Will of Roderick Dhu Sutherland, de- 1 ceased, and for hearing the applica of E. V. Berg, for the issuance to of letters testimentary when and wherc any I)er8 on interest«! may ap and contest the same. Dated June 4, 1917. O, P. DUVALL, Probate Judge. Dppar t m ent of the Interior, U. S. office, at Hailev, Idaho, May 15 Notice is hereby given that Musa 1 Howes 0 f Hollister, Idaho, who A ' n 10 1914> n ,àde Homestead Serial No _ 0 15015, for the • H 2r , Townshln 13 south, 1 ... ... , ( j ot8 section ^ownsMp 13 south Range 17 cast, f^X ^ly IS lSH made addL tjQnal ho ' meBt ead entry, 015732. for SV6 SWH, W* SWÎ4. sec 25, Township 13 south, Range 16 Meridian has filed notice ' uolbe wienuian, nas uicu nonce tntent j on to m ake three year proof, Serial No. 015015-015732. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION > Serial No. establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. tcmmissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, the 2nd day of July, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: J. L. Dunn, George P. White, Harry Madgwick, J. L, Hodges, all of Hol lister, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 5-22-29; 6-5-12-19. FINE PIANO FOR RENT WITH PRIVILEGE OF BUYING We have one of our best instruments j 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 City. Please give business reference in first letter. —Advertisement. WAR DECLARED ON FLIES Have your screen work done at Adv. Phone 21 Moon's Shop FOR THE BEST RESULTS Bring Tom' Kodak Work to the UITV PHARMACY ST Everybody's grocer sells Krumbles, because nearly every body has learned of the food value of KrumWes If a The New Whole Wheat Food with the Delicious jr* ■ Flavor originated hy the KellogoToastedComFlake c (a fit . / of of \\ A I a Krumbles iFi <k All Wheat Ready to Eat l ,-J Haa Tut m S. 24, en and to he- _ I ^ day JAMES GODDARD AND ASSISTING ARTISTS Goddard, of the Chicago Grand Opera Company, is ing to Chautauqua. He is known as the world's greatest bass-baritone and his engagement is the most notable mu sical event of the year. com Admission $1.00 Chimes of Normandie | Direction G. V. C. Lord One of the biggest Chautauqua attractions in years, the Boston Light Opera Company in "Chimes of Normandie," Comic opera in three acts. Twenty-four people, full sing ing cast, chorus and special orchestra. Admission 75c _ as z — and m= !ü= tace = TWIN FALLS Chautauqua Week June 20 to 26, Inclusive of j ap- 1 r t, 1917, 10 court house ; HI of Season Tickets $2.50 After Noon of Opening Day $3.00 AUCTION FARMERS' CORRAL TWIN FALLS SAT.. JUNE 23 24 head of the Best Mares Ever Offered For Sale These mares were forbid den to he sold at a recent sale at Caldwell. 1 purchas ed them and desire to ex change them for geldings from 5 to 9 years of age suit able for war purposes. Bring in your geldings and I will From give you a good trade. I will have mares for sale or exchange at all times. Come early and get a first choice. now on Team Bay mares, s years old, weight 3500. Team sorrel mares, 4 and 5 years old, weight 3100. Team black mares. 7 and 8 years old, weight 3300. Team black mares. 6 years old, weight 3000. Team black mares, I years old, weight 2800 . Team black mares 4 years old, weight 2600 Team black mares, 4 years old, weight 2600 . Team bay mares, 4 years old, weight 2800. Team bay mares, 4 years old, weight 2600. One brown mare, 4 years old, weight 1250. One Sorrel mare, 4 years old. weight 1300. Four Months' Time at 10 Per Cent L C l OPCIlO £ OUt IflODcy ST * NICK SMITH. Owner II. B. Lue, Auctioneer T. F. Warner, Clerk. with your home merchants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a com munity worth while. Y oa will find the advertising ol the best ones in this paper.