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PROFESSIONAL I and BUSINESS DIRECTORY A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate your patron age; give good service and en tire satisfaction. KATES—TWICE-A-WEEK 1 Month, per line. 8«c For tills Directory, THE TIMES solicits only the advertise ments of permanently estab lished bnsiness hisses and professional people. It there fore quotes no other rales for Its director- tnau tLose on a monthly basis. J RALBROA D TIME TABLE Trains Leave Tv.in Falls; Going East .7 a. ru. .6; 30 pT ui. No- 156. No. 84.. Going West .12; 10 p. in. . 4:05 p. m. No. 83. No. 155. Rogers«« Branch No. 339 (except Sunday.12:30 p. m ATTORNEYS SWEELEY & SWEELEY, OFFICES Firs National Bank Building. ASHER B. WILSON, PRACTICE IN all courts. Room 14 1st Nai. Bank Bldg. W. P. Guthrie V A. M. Bowen 1 GoTHEIE & BOWEN Offices; Shoshone Building. J H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7. Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. E. M- WOLFE. OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG. LU PERT ACCOUNTANT J. H RADCLIFFE Expert Accountant, Auditor and flys tematizer. Room Power Duilding. CHEMIST E. R. DOOLEY, A. M. Analytical Chemist. Expert Work in Toxicology and Bacteriology Twin Falls Idaho. DENTISTS Office Hours: a. m. 8:30 to 12; p. m. Telephone 423 DR- FRED'K E. SNOOK Dentist Shoshone street north. 1:00 to 5:00. Twin Falls. JNO- Vf- JESSEE Representing METROPOLITAN Life Ins. Co. of New York. Phone 757 R. FEED STORES ANCHOR HAY, CRAIN FEED Company. Wholesale and Retail deal ers, baled hay, alfalfa meal, grain and seed, custom grinding. Ave. W. Telephone 23. John Finke, Prop. 249-261 6th / FRATERNAL S CIETIE8 10890, meets M. W. A. CAMP. 2nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall, H. C. Scranton, Consul. Clerk. No. Paul Smith, Telephone 369-J. Twin Falls Veterinary Hospital DR. H. IL GROOME Graduate and Licensed Veterinarian Hospital modernly equipped for surgical treatment of all domestic animals. Telephone 20 . ' 432 West Second Street. ■ I WÊÊtÊÊ AUTO LIVERY Anywhere, any time—Call ERICKSON Phone 303 or 535 J yOR THE BEST RESULTS Bring Your Kodak Work to the CITY PHARMACY FISHING + 4 WUl take you any where, any time—Special rates to parties. Artesian City every Friday ev ening, leaving Rogerson hotel at 7:30. JAKE SONFL1ETH, Prop. Night 6!L Phone, day, 742 4+4"«+4 > +4HW". • Trained nurse at Lava Hot Springs. Children and aged people a specialty. KITTIE CRAIG Box No. 5, State Cr'.tage —Advertisement. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS Notice for Publication Serial No. 017459—015450 Department of the Interior, U. Land Office at Hailey. Idaho, July 23. 1917 - . „ . „ Notice Is hereby given that Bert Strickland, of Rogerson. Idaho, who on June 1. 1914. made Homestead En try No. 015450 for the SWE4. Sec. arid who on December 15, 1915 made additional homestead entry. Serial No 017459. for NW%, Sec. 9. Township South. Range 18 East. Boise Meridian, filed notice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim the land above described, before C. Siggins, United States commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 21st day of September 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas U. Wlckeraham. of Roger son. Idaho; A. Roberts, of Twin Falls. L we. of Rogerson. John F. Hugh Willis, of Twin Falla. Idaho; Idaho ; Idaho. * WANTS WANTS i SELL: RENT: BUY EXCHANGES 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 he written and mailed or left at HIE IT MES otliee. r : Î CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES i j ! 1 I I Insertion, per word Minimum total charge to he not less than 25c. .It I ! i Read yonr ad the first time It appear and notify ns iunueii ialely If an error appears. Cali or mail yoar reqniremeuts or phone 8b. 1 ! i J ! TUB I, Alii. FOR SALE—Cherries on tree 3c per pound. Inside city limits, 5c deliver ed. also currants, 2 ton hay in stack at $15. Fred H. Wheeler. FOR SALE—One Jersey cow and heifer calf. Mrs. B. A. Brown, Grant Avenue North, Suburban Park. FOR SALE—Forty-acre alfalfa ranch in Richfield tract in southern Idaho, V. :11 improved, close to town and school. Will lease adjoining forty in alfalfa to buyer. For particulars address owner. George Nasse, Rich field. Idaho. FOR SALE—Overland 5-passenger car, 1916 model, at a bargain. Call 607-W. FOR SALE—Currants for sale on Addison avenue next to Perrine Cou lee. Wm. Doyle. FOR SALE—A new 1917 Buick roadster run only 1169 miles. Been handled by very careful driver. Will 'give owners name. Idaho Auto & Sup ply company. FOR SALE—4-room house. Splen did location. shade, fruit and garden, over, east. Large lot with fine Look this Call 702-W. 301 Fifth avenue FOR SALE—Twenty tons first class hay. Phono 554-R-3, D. F. Clark, Kim berly. FOR SALE—Rock Creek gravel for Phone 23, Anchor Hay, Grain sale. and Feed Company. FOR SALE—Registered trotting and pacing horse, has a record of 2:13, will consider trade or cash. Terms reas onable. Albert Tikkee, Route 2, Buhl. FOR SALE OR KENT—Modern five room bungalow and sleeping porch. A Estling (Contractor) FOR SALE—Well located 5-room modern house, nearly new. Good lawn and shade trees. Address "J", care of Times. FOR SALE—Marshall and Wendell piano—practically new, bargain for cash if taken immediately. Call at 727 Second avenue south. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Seven room house. Will take auto as part payment. Box 63. FOR SALE TRADE—Electric range and buggy. Address Box 63. FOR SALE—$65 scholarship in the Twin Falls business college. "S" care Times. FOR SALE1—75 dollar course at the Twin Falls Business College, cheap. "D" care Times. FOR SALE—Harley-Davidson, twin cylinder motorcycle, in good condition. Call 249 West Sixth avenue before 6 . '•0 p. m.. glass and Phone 21. FOR SALE—Window windshields of all sizes. Moon's shop, near postoffice. FOR SALE—Middleton, Idaho, good grain, fruit, hay and potato land in large and small tracts, with cheap F lid up water right. Write Foote & Post, Middleton, Idaho. FOR SALE—5 room house, modern. Address J. W. R care Times. FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Shrop shire yearling bucks. Eligible to reg ister. Paul Haag, R F. D. No. 2, Buhl, Idaho. Phone 266-J-L.. 120 FOR SALE—Baby buggy. Eleventh Avenue east. FOR SALE OR TRADE—9 brick house property on Twin Falls tract. Towne, 460 Second avenue north. room Would trade for farm F. M. FOR SALE—New 3 room bungalow, three blocks from Lincoln school in Rule addition. Easy pay P. R. Thompson, 404 Seventh Golden ments. avenue east FOR SALE—Practically new Mon 404 Seventh avenue east arch range Phone 614 W. FOR SALE—Currants on bush, 20c gallon, anytime except Sundays, early late In day- Fairvlew Ranch, J- M. northeast city. or Spackman, mile Telephone 560 J 3. Easy FOR SALE—House and lot. Will take Ford as part pay Inqulre fire station. terms. ment. FOR SALE— Range Eternal, same as new. have Phone 654-J. Twin Falls. put in electric range. Address P. O. Box 29S, Ft»« KENT sleeping RENT —P-mnlshed also rooms for light house Idahome wer FOR rooms; keeping. A M modern. City Marketing. FOR RENT—Comfortable furnished suites for light housekeeping. Oxford. 428 Main Nortn. The FOR RENT—Housekeeping room or sleeping room, or both, in private home. Phone 624. FOR KENT—Two or three room apartments for light housekeeping. Modern conveniences. Oxford rooms, 428 Main avenue north. Furnislieu modern room, 428 Third street north. FOR RENT—Modern furnished loom cloDO in. Apply Z A T Times. FOR KENT FOR RENT—Comfortable furn.-.V ed rooms for light housekeeping or sleeping rooms. Idanhome Apart ments, over City Marketing Co FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room. 235 Fifth avenue east. Phone 295. FOR RENT—Two furnished light housekeeping rooms. 732 Second Ave. west. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Also sleeping rooms. Idanhome, over City Market inb company. FOR RENT—Comfortable furnishc'. rooms for housekeeping; also sleeping IdanhoÄe, over City Marketing room, company. FOR RENT—Singer Sewing ma chines by the week or month. Phone 353 J Singer £ -wing Mach ne Co. WANTED WANTED—A girl for general house Phone 523-J-4. Mrs. R. B. work. Beatty. WANTED—Work for woman by the hour. Phonç 136 R. WANTED, USED CARS—If you want to sell your used car, see Jno. B. White, corner Shoshone and 2nd North. Telephone 582. WANTED—By four adults, 5 room house furnished. Phone 656 W. WANTED—To buy 80 acres or more land near Twin Falls. Phone 200 or Box 196. LOST AND FOUND LOST—Auto license and lamp, be tween Amsterdam and Shoshone Ba Return to W. H- Harrington, sin. Amsterdam, for reward. LOST—Brown mare 6 years old, brand on shoulder, strayed from Sixth avenue north on Saturday, June 23. Address box 295 or see, Strobridge & Heap. Reward. MISCELLANEOUS FOR TRADE—Banjo, box camera, or mandolin, for violin or hoys' bi cycle. Address "Jim" care Times. PIANO LESSONS—Given to begin, ners by Miss Lisle Varney, 406 Main North. WAR DECLARED ON EUES Have your screen work done at Adv. Moon's Shop. Phone 21 I am located In Twin Falls to do any kind of job or day work. Bungalow houses, store fronts, shelving, remodeling of any kind on short notice. Residence 440 Fourth avenue north. Phone 790 W, Over seeing work a specialty. John Beatty. Building: The government needs farmers as well as fighters. Two million three hundred thousand ac: js of Oregon & California Railroad company grant lands. States. To be opened for homesteads and sale, land left in United States. Large copyrighted map, showing land by sec tions ana description of soil, climate, rainfall, elevations, temperature, etc. Postpaid «ne dollar. Grant Lands Lo cating Co., Box 610, Portland, Oregon. United Title revested in Containing some of best BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Owner of well established commer cial agency business holds commission in Army Reserve Corps and expects to be called into service in the near future. Absolutely necessary to dis pose of business and will make reduc tion for quick sale. Will trade for farm land, real estate, or any good security. This is an excellent oppor tunity to enter a high grade business wRh an excellent income assured. Ad dress Box 211. Oshkosh, Wis. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS ORDINANCE Estimate of appropriation * and amoifit of revenue necessary f or all purposes for the Village of Kimberly, Idaho, for the fiscal year ending the first Tuesday in May, 1918. Lights $600.00. Sprinkling. $650.00. Printing, $100-00. Salaries, $70.00, Water maintenance, $150.00. Crossings, $600-00. Miscellaneous,$100.00. Approved July 11, 191Y. By the council: R. G. WILSON, Chairman. W. U. TURNER, Clerk. Attest: : 7-12-19-26; 8-2. Some Time Y ou will be in need of printing of some kind. Whether it be letter heads, statements wed ding invitations or public sale bills, re membe'* we can turn out the work at the lowest cost consistent with good work. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of C- O. Longley, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned. John M. Maxwell, exce l-i of the will of C. O. Longley, de- 1 ceased, to the creditors and of all per-1 sons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the I necessary vouchers, within ten (10> I months after the first publication of I this notice, to the said executor, at the First National Bank, in the city and county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated June 26, 1917. JOHN M. MAXWELL, Executor of the will of C. O. Long 6-28; 7-5-12-19-2G ley, deceased. Serial No. 015914. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION S. Department of the Interior, IT. Land Office, at Hailey, Idaho, July 16, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Charles Espolt. of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on August 21, 1914, made Homestead en try, Serial No. 015914, for NWV4. Sec tion 20, Township 14 south, Range 16 east, Boise Meridian, lias 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 17th day of September, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Clyde C. Waitley, Edward E. Wail ley and Guy E. Waitley, all of Filer, Idaho; and Thomas Lark, of Roger son, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 7-19-26; 8-2-9-16 ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth 1 Judicial district of the State of Ida- J ho, in and for Twin Falls county. I B. J. Finch, auditor, as trustee for ! Twin Falls countjfc State of Idaho, 1 plaintiff, vs. C. F. Mingenhack, defen- ' dant. I Alias summons. The State of Idaho sends greetings | to C. F. Mingenhack the above named " defendant : l You are hereby notified that a com- I plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fourth Ju dlcial district of the State of Idaho. In and for Twin Falls county, by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answei said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, if served within said judicial district, and with in forty days if served elsewhere; and are further notified that unless you you so appear and answer said com plaint within the time herein speci fied, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said com plaint. The nature of the cause of action alleged against you in said complaint is that the County of Twin kalis, of the State of Idaho, has a Fen against the northwest quarter of the south west quarter (NWV4 SW14) of Sec tion twelve (12) south of Range sixteen, east of the Boise Meridian in Twin Falls county, Idaho, tor delinquent taxes of the year 1914, in the sum of $22.00 with interest 'at one and one half per cent per month, from Janu ary 11, 1915; for the delinquent taxes of the year 1916, in the sum of $16.90, with interest at twelve per cent per annum from January 10. 1916, and for the delinquent taxes for the year 1916 in the sum of $17.17 with interest at twelve per cent per annum from Jan uary 8, 1917; and that the plaintiff. In behalf of said Twin Falls county, is demanding judgment for said amounts plus $25.00 attorney's fees and coats of suit, including $4.00 disbursed for abstra^l of title, and that a decree be entered ordering the sale of the prem ises herein described for the purpose of satisfying the amount of the Judg ment so obtained. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court this 3rd day of July. 1917. (SEAL) (23) Township twenty-three E. J. PINCH, Clerk. Frank L. Stephan, attorney for plaintiff, residing at Twin Falls, Ida ho. ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial district of the State of Ida ho. in and for Twin Falls county. E. J. Finch, auditor, as trustee for Twin Falls county, State of Idaho, plaintiff, vs. C. F. Mingenhack, defen dant. Alias summons. The State of Idaho sends greetings to C. P. Mingenhack the above named defendant. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Fourth Ju dicial district of the State of Idaho, in and for Twin Falls county, by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer said complaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, it served within said judicial district, and with in forty days if served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unlees you so appear and answer said com plaint within the time herein spec: tied, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said com plaint. The nature of the cause of action alleged against you in said complaint is that the County of Twin Falls, of the State of Idaho, has a lien against the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter (NEV4 SW(4) of Section twenty-three 123) Township twelve (12) south of Range sixteen (16) east of the Boise Meridian in Twin Falls county, Idaho, for the delinquent taxes of the year 1914, in the sum of $17.18 with interest at one and one halt per cent per month, from Janu ary 11, 1915; for the delinquent taxes of (he year 1915, in the sum of $13.25, with interest at twelv® per cent per annum from January lu, 1916, and fo' the delinquent taxes for the year 1916 i The Kimberly Elevator KIMBERLY, IDAHO BUYERS OF ALL KINDS OF Grains and Clover Seeds Highest Market Prices Paid for Grains We also do first class CUSTOM CLEANING of all kinds of seeds and grains. FATTEN YOUR STOCK Let us send By using our Guaranteed brands of stock food, you a supply of 1DAHOMESTOCK FOOD The scientific use of this food will increase your stock profit MAKE BETTER BREAD We are wholesale and ret a We also carry By using IDAHOME FLOUR, dealers for this famous Idaho product. SEMOLINO HARD WHEAT FLOUR To Avoid 'the Rush of the Late Season Place Your Order fox' Your Winter's Supply of Coal Witt Us Now! You'll Get Satisfaction From Our STANDARD UTAH COAL Excursions East VIA Oregon Short Line-— Union Pacific System May 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30; June 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27, 30: July 4, 11, 18, 25; August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 ; September 5 and 12, 1917. [7 Special low fares to Denver, Colorado Springs, Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Memphis and many other points. LONG LIMITS; DIVERSE ROUTES; STOP OVERS. Ask O. S .L. Agents for rates and further details. BUY YOUR TIRES BEFORE 1HE NEXT RAISE IN PRICE Everyone familiar with the tire sit uation expects a raise in prices soon. We can supply you in any size in Diamond, U. S., Goodyear or Good rich Tires. Don't delay if you are going to need tires soon. TWIN f AUS AUTO COMPANY PHONE 555 - in the sum of $14.31, with interest at twelve per cent per annum from Jan uary 8, 1917; and that the plaintiff, in behalf of said Twin Falls county, is demanding judgment for -aid amounts, plus $25.00 attorney's fees and costs of suit, including $4.00 dis bursed for abstract of title, and that a decree be entered ordering jhe sale of the premises herein described for the purpose of satisfying the amount of the judgment so obtained. Witness my hand and the seal of said District court this 3rd day of Julv 1917. (SEAL) E. J. FINCH, Clerk. Frank L. Stephan, attorney for plaintiff, residing at Twin Falls, Ida ho.