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Fhone 454-W. Fred II. Wheeler, 142 Walnut Street, in the city. at place 25e I« ôOe • 1. 25c 25c *1-5« Full line of Genuine A. G. Spaulding & Bros. Sweater Coats, Sweaters and Jerseys at Whole sale Cost. These goods cannot be duplicated at anything near the price we are asking for them. _ = = = = — [ , __ DIAMOND HOW. CO. MAIN AVE. SOUTH III SWEET CLOVER HULLING We are prepared to HULL YOUR SWEET CLOVER are also prepared to buy See us i( you have seed to hull or to sell. SEED at our warehouse, your seed at best prices We Darrow Bros. Seed & Supply Co. TWIN FALLS, IDAHO J. H. McNICHOLS & CO. PHONE 200 I ransfer & Garbage Hauled at Reasonable Prices Serial No. 022386 NOTICE COI1 CCBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. i Land Office at Hailey. Idaho. Septem !;er 20, 1917- i Notice is hereby given that I C. | falser, guardian of George C. Salser. heir of Guy G. Salser, deceased, j of Twin Falls, Idaho, who on Febru »ry 1, 1917 made Homestead entry', ber * a * ^°' for Si .\\\ A. Section 29. Township 10 South, Range 19 East ; Bols , c ' Meridian, has filed no-i ^e of intention to make commutation lJ f(iof, to establish claim to the land : above described, bclore C. (. biggins, 1 s Commissioner, at Twin Falls, 011 tlle 19th ,l "y of November, s. . . . » I M. M, Newton, Ralph A. Foster, G. j M. Towne, and A- C. Towne, all of Hansen. Idaho. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS BEN R. GRAY, Register. 9-25; 10-2-9-1 NOTICE 01 SHERIFF'S SALE Gem Stale I.timber company, a cor poration, plaintiff, vs- Milo T. Andrus and Winifred Andrus, his wife, de fendants. Notice of Sheriff's Sale on Fore closure of Mechanic's Lien. Under and by virtue of an order ol i sale and decree of foreclosure of me chanic's lien, issued out of the dis trict court of the Fourth Judicial Dis trict, State ot Idaho, in and for the County of Twin Falls, on the 21st daj 1 of September, 1917, in the above en- ! titled action, wherein Gem State Lura j her company, a corporation, and j above named plaintiff, obtained a de 1 créé against Milo T. Andrus and Win ifred Andrus, his »vife, defendants, on the 21st day of September, 1917, which said decree was. on the 21 st day ot September, 1917, recorded in Judg ment Book 4 of said court, at page . i 1 1 j I 485, 1 am commanded to sell all tea certain lot, piet situated in the < Slate of Idaho, and bounded and de. j cribed as follows to-wlt: Lot Fourteen (14), in Block Twen I ly-niae (29), in the Village of Kim j berly, as the same is platted and on . file In the county recorder's office ol |t Twin Falls, County, Idaho. Notice is hereby given, that on the 22nd day of October. 1917 at 10 o'ciock | a. m. ol that day. in iront o °L e court house door in the city of Uin j Falls, county ot l win halls, «täte of I Idaho, 1 will m obedience to said or dei ot sale and decree ol loreilosute, sell the above-desenbed property, or, so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs decree with in-j stare ä: äjt« i the United States. ■o or parcel of lane •ounty of Twin Falls j I Dated September 24. A. D. 1917, FRANK M. KENDALL. Sheriff ! By W. G. THOMPSON, Deputy , 25: 10-2-9-16. i 9 N'OTICE COR BIOS \ 0 (i r c ' f for bids for the construc a steel suspension bridge across Snake river. Notice is hereby given, by order of the hoard of county commissioners of Twin Falls county, Idaho, and the board of commissioners of the Hill h dale Highway district in Minidoka county, Idaho, in joint session, that said boards will receive bids for the erection and construction of a steel suspension wagon bridge across Snake river at Hansen bridge site, more particularly located as follows: At a point approximately 3560 feet west of the range line between ranges 18 and 19, east of the Boise Meridian, at a point where said mentioned line intersects Snake River in Section 12, Township 10 S, R 18 E. Sealed bids or proposals will he re ceived by the clerk of the board of county commissioners of Twin Falls county, Idaho, up to 2 p. in., October 20, 1917, at which time said bids will be opened, at the office of the county commissioners in the court house in Twin Falls county, Idaho. Said bids to be made in accordance with plans and specifications made by the Good Roads department of the United States government and approved by the board of county commissioners of Twin Falls county, Idaho, and the board of commissioners of Hillsdale Highway district, in Minidoka county, Idaho, in joint session, September 15, 1917. Said plans and specifications being now on file with the secretary of the said Hillsdale Highway district, board, and the clerk of the board ot county commissioners of Twin Falls county, Idaho, and are hereby referred to for the purpose of making said plans and specifications a part of this lice. no All bids and proposals must lie ac companied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount bid. The right to reject any or all bids is hereby served. By order of the Board ot County i Commissioners ot Twin Falls County, j Idaho, and the Board of Commission I ers of Hillsdale Highway District in Minidoka County, Idaho. O. E. CARLSON. Chairman, Board of County Cotn missioners. Twin Falls County. Idaho. A. B. RICE, President Board of Commissioners ot the Hillsdale Highway District in Minidoka County, Idaho '9-20-27; 10-2-9. re Notice of Wril of Attachment fn the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State ot Ida ho in and for Twin Falls County. C. Ivon Price, plaintiff, vs. Ira T. Brown, defendant. Notice of writ of attachment. Notice is hereby given that on Octo ber 5, 1917, a writ of attachment was : issued out of the above entitled court in the above entitled action, attaching ! the property of the above named de fendant for the sum of *478.84. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of my office this 6 th day of October. 1917. E. J. FINCH, Clerk of the District Court, i By C. L. Bowen, deputy. Serial No. 014S46 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, October 1, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Arthur L. Towne, of Hansen. Idaho, who. April 6 , 1914. made Homestead Ent Serial No. 014846, for S% NE» 4 , E% NW*4, Section 33. Township 10 South Range 19 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim (Seal) on rv the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. commissioner, at Twin Kails. Idaho, on the 4th day of De cember. 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Oliv er D. Mills, Bruce E. Hose, Ualph Kos ter. Prank Kennedy, all of Hansen. Idaho. BEN K. GRAY. Register. Serial Nos. «14871-01(1214 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Band Office at Hailey, Idaho. October 1. 1917. Notice is hereby given that Earl O. Smith, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on March 25. 1914, made Homestead En try. Serial No. 014871 for the S% i XW>4. NWli NW« 4 . S% NE'/i. NE V* X E V 4 . Sec. 17. and who on November 12. 1914 made additional Homestead Entry No. 016214, for NE *4 XW'.i, NWVi NEV4. Sec. 17. Township 14 South, Range 17 East. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore C. C. Siggins, U. S. commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 3rd day of December 1917. Claimant names as witnesses' George M. Batty, Arthur D. Acuff. John C. Smith, Adalaski Sartwell, all of Rogerson. Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. Serial No. 016151 NOTICE TOK PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. ! .and Office at Halley, Idaho, October 1, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Archie Stuart, of Rogerson. Idaho, who. on 23. 1915, made Homestead Serial No. 016151, for SVz , N% SW'A Section 10, Town February Entry, NWVi, ship 15 South, Range 17 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of inten ; on t o make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de HCrlbedi before C. commissioner, at Twin Falls. Idaho, on the 4th day of December, 1917. cii-jimant. names as witnesses; E. S. Baumi uoy Michant, both of Twin Ka „ s tdaho. and Otto C. Livengood an(1 Joseph g Weech, ot Rogerson. C. Siggins, U. S Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. Serial No. «945)7 NOTICE FOR CCBLICATION Department of the Interior Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, October U. S 1. 1917. Notice is hereby given that Janies F. Lewis, of Rogerson. Idaho, who, on May 27. 1911, made Homestead Entry, | Serial No. 09497. for NWVi NE 14. Sec. 31; wife S E V4. SW V4 NEV4. Section 30, Township 14 South, Range 13 East. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. commissioner, at Twin Fiais, Idaho, the 4th day of December, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Arvel 1 T. Johnston. John W. Thompson, Jo seph W. Taylor, all of Rogerson, Ida ho, and John L. Gray, of Castieford. Idaho. on BEN R. GRAY. Register. Serial Nos. «15750-020S25 NOTICE FOR FUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land Office at Hailey. Idaho, October u. s. 4, 1917. Notice is hereby given tliat Michel Wichersham, of Rogerson, Idaho who. on Julv 17, 1914, made Homestead En try. Serial No.j 015750, for SEV4, Sec tion 8 , and who on May 16. 1917, made additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 020825 for NW% SWV4. SEV4 NW14. Sec. SEV4 Section 7. Township 16 South, 18 East. Boise Meridian, has SWV4, NE V* 8. NE *4 Range filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to described, before C. the land above commissioner, at S. u. C. Siggins. Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 6 th day of December, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Hugh E. Reed, Mary Reed, Hugh E. Willis, Albert Roberts, all of Twin Falls, Ida ho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. Beginning Early. "Father, aren't little girls silly?" "Do you think so. son? Mother and I were thinking you might like to have a little slater." "Thanks, father; but don't trouble on my account, because I've got all I ctjn do to keep away from those girls at school I don't mind their giving me presents, but I do hate to have them tag after me going home from school." Doing His Bit. George had heard a great deal of talk and had listened to much patriotic conversation. He and his little broth er were watching the milkman's horse. "What Is he doing?" asked little Tom, as the horse worked its jaws. "He's doing his bit," said George, and wondered just what mother meant when she said she was "doing her bit." Different Playmates. Greene—For my part, 1 don't see any more harm In a game of cards than in n game of chess. Black—But consider the associa tions ! Greem Black—Why, at chess you play with two bishops, while at cards, of course, you play with four knaves. -What associations? FOR. MORE EGGS USE Anchor Chicken Feed 9*. 99 66 QUi qua jury Y RHONE 23 >y ; ■ h 1 1 St - m ^rTo^L SI *r-C dsiy irk j.j mis*. 1 I gf: twü.iÆ'ft'C: r ; Y' 'I ï 'Z * N ' 2 Ü YOU OWE YOURSELF MONEY — not perhaps to the youth you are today—hul to that older person you'll soon be when ".just a little capital," so greatly needed to turn op portunity into fortune will, no the difference between ultimate success and Pay that money you owe to your fu ». m » doubt, measure v' \ failure. lure sueeess into your savings account here— regularly. TWIN FALLS BANK & TRUST COMPANY / w ■y Elberta Peaches and Concord Grapes AT CRYSTAL SPRINGS ORCHARD North of Peavey on Snake River Fruit ripe. Quality fine. You can save money by providing boxes and can do your own picking, or place orders with your local merchants, it will take less sugar and be more satisfactory for canning to get sun ripened peaches grown in the most favorable location in Southern Idaho. Don't delay as they are going fast. CRYSTAL SPRINGS ORCHARD Phone 609 Filer, Idaho ■x - Ne v ®- ^ 1 I? kij. '* „IV *V-' / StoJ 4! C'Z/ C'" , r fj : ■'KJ V & . >'S>v _ .V-; > 7 ; ■"r. v* If.'» KK( C ■j t . 'ait » tÀ'-'-i % ■*;v /M**' * -.HST : . ■ pi V' X " V« '-••■gS :.<ys V Æ. ... f Little sister Is just as pleased with her SNOW FLAKES as she looks. Children thrive on SNOW FLAKES because they are perfectly baked from the best materials. Sold in three sixes of Packages, and in bulk. PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO. Portland, Oregon. IJI ^ i„rt| say V» \ i , \ ibSl k. Æfo ÿ WE SELL »EM CITY MARKETING CO IDAHO DEPARTMENT STORE E, F. PRATER WALL BROS. WOLFE'S GROCERY JENKINS & CO STAR GRO & MEAT CO. A C. WOODS SANGER REALTY & INVESTMENT COMPANY Farm Loans FARM LANDS, CITY PROPERTY, INSURANCE AND RENTALS. A Few Real Bargains in Farms. LOWEST RATES AND BEST TERMS Do not place your loan until you have seen us. make the most liberal loans at the lowest rates. We nenet'