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r PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate your patron age; give good service ami en tire satisfaction RATES—TYVICE-A-YVEEK 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 titan those on a monthly basis —J \ _ RAILROAD TIME TABLE Train Leaves Twin Falls: Going East .7 a. m. .6:30 p. m No 156 . No- 84 . Going West .12:10 p. m .4:05 p- m No. 83. No. 155 . Rogerson Branch No. 339 (except Sunday) . 12:30 p. m ATTORNEYS A. M. Bowen W. P. Guthrie James R. Bothwell GUTHRIE, BOWEN & BOTHWELL Office: Shoshone Building SWEELEY& SWEELEV Offices; First National Bank Building ASHER B. WILSON Practice in all courts Room 14 First National Bank Building J. H. WISE, OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7, Dwin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. E. M. WOLFE, OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT JOHN WOLFENDEN Expert Accountant, Auditor and Sys tématiser. Rooms 7-8 Power building. CHEMIST B. R. DOOLEY, A. M. Analytical Chemist. Expert Work in Toxicology and Bacteriology Twin Falls Idaho FEED STORES ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN & FEED Company. Wholesale and Retail deal baled hay, alfalfa meal, grain and seed, custom grinding. 249-251 Sixth avenue west. Telephone 23. John Finke, Proprietor. .-«> FRATERNAL SOCIETIES^_ M. W. A. CAMP, No. 10890, meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall, H. C- Scranton, Consul. Clerk. Telephone 369 J Paul Smith r % -i Ä 41 h Geo. F. Bemiller Painter. Paperhanger and Decorator We elo calcimining, graining and garnishing Year Business Solicited Phone 45—230 2nd Ave. E. YOB THE BEST RESULTS Bring Your Kodak Work to the U1TY PHARMACY PHICHESTER s PILLS O ML TIÎE ÄiaIoND BRAND. /V I>uuI<h<! Ask jonr DrutfgUt f« r /x\ (iht-chobtcr'n Diamond Brund//\\ 1*111» In Red an<i i*oI<l mrtalllcVw/ boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. \ X otJber. Buy of your_ ^ limnl«t. AskforCin-CUKS-TFR'» DIAMOND BRAND PI1.LH, for 2» y ran V Down as Best, Safest. Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Tak. +++ Artesian City Natatorium \ \ will remain open during the ; ; month of October. Hot Lunches be served at all hours, swim in the plunge. J. T. Shipp, Manager . « can ; ; Enjoy a ♦ +■ Do You Use Good Paper When You Write? We Can Print Anything sind Do It Ritfht. ! j (WANTS WANTS ! SELL: KENT; Hl Y EXCHANGE: SECURE HELP, POSITIONS. ETC. ti J j j sue. IMPORTANT— Do not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads. No information can bo given. Answers in care of THE TIMES must be written and mailed or left at I HE ' IMLS oil ice. a in 13 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES I .1c 1 insertion, per word Minimum total charge to he not less than 25c.. Read your art the first time it appears, and notify us immed iately if an error appears. ('all or mail your requirements or phone 38 J FOR SALE FOR SALE—$55 scholarship in the Twin Falls business college. "S" care Times. FOR SALE—75 dollar course at the Twin Falls Business College, cheap. "D" care Times. FOR SALE—Harley-Davidson. twin cylinder motorcycle, in good condition, ''all 249 West Sixth avenue before '0 p. m.. FOR SALE—Window windshields of all sizes. Moon's shop, near postoffice. glass anti Phone 21. FOR SALE- Fifty-seven acre rancit two miles out. $200 per acre, terms. E. A. Moon. FOR SALH—Elborta peaches, $1.00 per bushel. miles east on Kimberly road. S. K. Nesbit farm. 2 1-2 FOR SALE — Two-seated buggy and good work team. 310 Fourth avenue north. surrey, Inquire Will sell SALE—Buick car. Address "Buick" care Times. FOR right; FOR SALE—Fifty cents per bushel Phone 504 J 11. Frank McCormick, 1 mile due east of court house. Rhode Island Red Mrs. L. B. SALE FOR yearling liens and pullets. Sullivan, Route 3. 0 irlng c FOR SALE—Ford good shape. Laubenheim Motor Sales, in Steffen FOR SALE—Six fat hogs. Bros., Amsterdam, Idaho. FOR SALE Five passenger auto mobile in good running order, cheap. Also one oak flat-top office Reese M. Williams. desk FOR SALE—Marshall & Wendell, piano—practically new. bargain cash if taken immediately. 727 Second avenue south. for Call at FOR SALE—160 acre dairy ranch, 100 acres in alfalfa, balance under Also dairy herd. Will sell to water. gether or separately. 6% miles north east of Buhl. Address "D. R." care of Times. FORTY' acres, 1 1-2 miles from Wilder, all leveled and fenced and un der cultivation, well and improve ments. $140.00 per acre takes this bar gain on easy terms. Forty acres, 3 miles out, well im proved, a snap at $100 it f taken soon. Eighty acres highly improved, mod ern barn: all in cultivation, $4000.00 worth of hay sold from this ranch this $12,500, good terms and easy Call on or write Hudson season, payments. & Elerick, YVilder, Idaho. FOR SALE—80 acres In the Deer Flat, 70 acres in alfalfa, new 5-room house, stable, granary, place is fenced, 6(4 miles from Nampa. Price $8500; $4500 cash will handle this place, bal ance, payments, long time, is the best of potato ground, man & Zeigler, Nampa, Idaho. This soil Cush In FOR SALE—Big young team Phone 18 R quire Robert McCallum. 2. Hansen. Idaho. FOR SALE—1917 Model, King "8", I in good condition. Address "M" care ! of the Times. FOR SALE—Improved 160 acres sit uated in famous Jonathan Y'alley on Twin Falls North Side tract. 120 acres alfalfa, 40 acres rich wheat land, fenced, buildings, corrals, etc. Write or phone Guy I. Towle, owner, Jerome, Idaho. FOR SALE—One 5 roomed bunga low, with sleeping porch and large basement, with deep sewer. One two roomed house with porch and garage on corner lot. 620 W. J. S. Kimes. Phone FOR SALE—Beet rack, YV. E. Pal mer, on Denver Avenue, five blocks from Lincoln school. FOR SALE—Sewing machine com plete with all attachments, cheap. Call 667-W. FOR SALE—First and second cut ting alfalfa in stack. A. L. Swim FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—For improved land, a well located lot with brick building on Main avenue, property sold last at $11,000.00. Box 347, Twin Falls. • Tula Own er, FOR SALE—5 acres on Addison ave nue. $1500 00. Owner, Box 347, Twin Falls. FOR SALE—80 acres on Twin Falls tract, 70 acres alfalfa- $100 per acre. Terms. Owner, Box 347, Twin Falls FOR SALE—2-story brick building, Main avenue Twin Falls, $16,000.00 Cannot be duplicated for $20,000.00. Owner, Box 347, Twin Falls. FOR SALE1—40 acres on Twin Falls tract, with full water right $40 acre, paid up. Owner, Box 347, Twin Falls. FOR SALE—One bay horse 1500 pounds. Snlendld bargain for anyone having lots of heavy hauling. Lin coln Produce & Refrigerating Co. KOR SALE—Brick building and lot center of Twin Falls business dis trict at a price which pays investor per cent gross. Owner, Box 347, Twin Falls. FUR SALE OH KENT—Modern five loom bungalow and sleeping porch. A Estling (Contractor) FOR SALE—One 4-room modern house; one 5-room modern house; one ware house. Address Box 212, Twin Falls. FOR SALE—30 head of yearling Shrop bucks. J. P. Toft, Phone 225 J Buhl. —Twelve head of cows Frank Caudle, G miles FOR SALE and heifers, south ot Twin Falls. year-old colt, hrok aives. James Munu, FOU SALE on; 3 cows ; 2 Twin Falls, Box 656. FOR SALE 3-room Kenyon lent with floor, screen doors, awnings and windows. A bargain. T'hone 52. FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. $15.00. H. Hansen. Hollister, (one mile west.) -Hay in stack and third See B. M. Nisbet FOR SALH cutting in the shock. Twin Falls. IRRIGATED farm tracts, adjoining range. Cattle, sheep and horse ranch, with or without slock. Jordan Valley, Oregon. Full information and litera ture. Excursion October 16th. Harley J. Hooker, Room 12, Shaw Building. Boise, Idaho. FOR SALE—Good Monarch range 311 Sixtii avenue east. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Maxwell car, goofl condition. Phone 451. FOR SALE—A good cook stove cheap. 430 Second avenue west. FOR SALE—3 room house and lot in Golden Rule Addition, terms, payment. Easy Would consider stock as first "P. G-'' care Times. FOB RENT FOR RENT—Rooms, 420 2nd Ave nu c North. FOR RENT—One furnished room Also garage for rent 238 Eighth ave electric heat. Call after 6 o'clock. nue east. FOR RENT—Store room and two Address Box 212, room apartment. Twin Falls. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room steam heat, avenue east. 235 Fifth Phone 295. FOR RENT—Five acre tract, all in 4-room house, cellar On Blue Lakes boule bearing fruit, and cistern, vard, 1 mile from Washington school Phone 637 W. FOR RENT—Desirable room, rea sonable. 309 4th avenue north. FOR RENT—Two or three room apartments for lights housekeeping. Modem conveniences. Oxford rooms •128 Main avenue north. Furnished modern FOR RENT room, 428 Third street north. WANTED HELP WANTED—Packers, sorters and truckers. Earl Fruit company. WANTED—Good cook in small hos pital in Buhl. Apply to Mrs. B. Rey nolds. Lock Box No. 8. WANTED — Reliable experienced farmer wants to rent 40 or 80 acres o> good land on Twin Falls tract. McCammon, Colorado Rooming house F. P. WANTED—The party- who took the blanket from the line in the rear of the City Marketing company to return the same at once. The person known. WANTED—Steady job inn town by 18 year old boy. or arage. Berger, Idaho. Preferable in store Address Homer A. Smith, WANTED—Two or three house keeping rooms with bath, cottage pre ferred. Address "J" care Times. WANTED—A middle aged lady wanted as a housekeeper by a family of two. Address "X" care Times WANTED—Girl for general house work. Good wages. 203 8th Ave. N. , WANTED—Woman to do washing for family of two. Call 812 Main ave nue north. HOGS—If you have any fat hogs, sheep or eatlle for sale, eall G. G. Me Earland, telephone 699, 691 Gth Ave. TEAMS WANTED—By day or con tract. to haul gravel at Rock Creek. Phone or address Lord Construction company. Hansen, Idaho. FOR TRADE OR EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE—Los Angeles Twin Palls property; also garden tracts near Seattle and water front lands near Olympia, for Twin Falls city or land. J. E. Farnham, owner, 209 Washington street. Twin Falls. Phone 736 M. TRADE—Cheap, two well located lots; will trade for stock or anything of value. 735 South Second Avenue. LOST AND FOUND LOST—Somewhere on streets Twin Falls check book on Bank Rogerson and three notes. Finder please leave at Times and receive ward. MISCELLANEOUS PIANO LESSONS—Given to hegin hy Miss Lisle Varney, 406 Main nera North. rail LEGAL publications -I COUNTY I this PROCEEDING OF THE COMMISSIONERS 01 TWIN FALLS COUNTY, IDAHO. 1 From i-a h I and r.. J. Finou, clerk. Whereupon the following proceed ings wore had. to-wit; In the matter of fixing the various lev-Lj ies of Twin Falls county, for the ; year 1917 : In this matter the board consider s submitted by |, which 1 can I ed the various bud tlie county officers words ami figures as follows; Est. Exp. Est. licet. 5.00 13,000 00 6,440.00 in arc \ Prosecuting Ally $ Clerk-Recorder $17,000.00 2 600,001 Treasurer . County Hupt of* schools . Probate Judge . Sheriff After carefully considering quests of the various officers, the ' board being fully advised, and deeming j ir -1 4,000,00 5,500.00 2.930.00 3 , 200.00 j the re-, 2.000.00 ! 1 such action fur the public dered that the levies for the yea; '.017 led as follows: I I I I c i : j !.; j .002 State levy Current Expense General School Road iridge Agricultural Fair Interest Gopher Hospital t>-)4 Kll .0005 .0004 .0001 .0015 ..(H7 i cnai State and County. Twin Falls city .015 .02 Buhl City Filer Village Hollister Village Kimberly Village Buhl Highway district, (in municipalities I municipalities I 102 , 21 s .015 .0205 .0015 3.91 Buhl Highway district, (out Independent School district No. 1, Gen. .010, 11. Wagon .004 .014 Independent School district No. 2. Gen. .010, R. Wagon 004 .014 Independent School district No. 3, Gen. .010, R. Wagon .0 )4 Gvm. -001 .. _ • .. Independent school district No. 4. Gen. .0125, 11. Wag Independent School district No. 5, Gen. .010, interest .003 eu H. Wagon .002 . Independent School district No. 6, G Interest -003 . Independent School district No. 7, Gen. Independent School district No. 8. Gen. School Distrfi-t No. 1 School District No. 4, School District No. 5. School District No. 8, Gen. .007, Interest .002 School District No. 11, Gen. 0015, Interest .0015 School District No. 13, . School District No. 16, Gen. .005, Interest .0016 School District No. 17 School District No. School District No. 19, Gen. .003, Interest .00.! School District No. 20, Gen. .003. Interest .0025 School District No. 1 School District No. 2 School District No. School District No. 24, Gt School District No. 25 School District No. 26. School District No. 27 School District No. 28 School District No. 30, Gen. 007. interest .0015 School District No. 32. Gen. 008, interest .002 School District No. 34 School District No. 36 School District No. 38, Gen. 0035, interest 00.« School District No. 39. School District No. 40 — . • School District No. 41, Gap. 005, interest .003 School District No. 43, Gen. .006, interest .002 School District No- 45, Gen. .008, interest .003 School District No. 46. . nn ., r School District No. 47, Gen. 010, interest .0025 School District No School District No. 49. School District No. 51. A1 , School District No. 52. Gen. Oil), interest .0035 0135 School District No. 53.■••••••• . 222« . nni !5 School District No. 54, Gen. .004. interest 002o.. 006,. School District No. 58, Gen. 010 nteres .003.. . 013 School District No. 59. Gen. .04;., Interest ,02o - ■ _ 00 ' 12 " P b r RÏsÔN, ,079 1,44 1.965,113 .015 .025 .015 9,3 640,065 .01575 .010, R. Wagon .004 en. 473 584 «174,215 531,594 24,026 .017 .010, R. Wagon .003 .013 .008, . ,008 .010 ,004 .002 .009 .003 .010 10 21 266,566 66,301 464,872 40,584 ' 242,810 174,829 .0065 .005 .0065 ,006 .0055 .0055 ..003 .0055 .004 .0035 ;4 246,415 122,098 240,623 354,206 I Gen. 002V&, Interest 0005 237.787 197,416 164,533 184,310 278.551 32,630 138,506 195,271 203,929 Interest ,0015. ;n. 00: .007 .006 . 010 .0085 .010 • . 010 .010 .0065 41 >6 94,404 892 .009 214,408 120,160 178,870 64,666 .004 .008 .008 .011 ,623 .008 ,0125 95.679 129,989 64,267 51,510 88,451 40,900 153,517 27.145 39,409 116,300 .010 48 .005 .010 "TJTÄjSSrcSS Twûi Falls, Idaho 2 p. m. September 24. 1917 Regular July Session commission - Attest ; is the matter of the purchase of an Otis Elevator c-nmnanv to be installed in the county hospital: In this matter the following reso offered by O. E. Carlson; The board of county met at this time, pursuant to re present, O. E. Carlson, chair T. E. Moore, W. P- Brewer and Whereupon the were had to ers cess man ; E. J. Finch, clerk, following proceedings wit; In from the elevator lution was Whereas, the board of county com missloners' of Twin Falls county, Ida-1 ho, did on August 6, 1917. acting tor Brewer, com ... , , r-nmniissioners lull board of co . ' mat the contract with the OtU Eie vator company 1 «-levator for ° ne T^Vp-alk rountv hospital and t10 ' 1 hv \v* F Brewer -i member tlTs ' board on August 6,'1917. is here-! hv mm roved ratified and in all re snec^s confirmed and is hereby de clared to he the act of this board every -uicl all respect therein inui f'fj? ' Whereupon, upon roll call said res-j olution was unanimously passed. There being no further business come before the board recess was tak en until 2 v m. September 25. 1917., O. E. CARLSON, Chairman, E J FINCH, Clerk '_ Twin Falls. Idaho. 2 P. M., Sept. 25th, 1917. Regular July Session, The Board of County Commission es met at this time pursuant to re cess. Present O. E. Carlson, Chair man- T. E. Moore. W. P. Brewer, and B. J. Finch, clerk. Whereupon the following proceed ins were had to-wit: In the matter of the proposed bon is mully through W. F. niissioner ot the Third District, pur chase from the Otis Elevator company an electric, passenger elevator for use in the Twin Falls county hospital, anil Whereas, it is desired to make said a matter of purchase and said acts, record, Therefore, E for be it resolved by the Attest; of of re I arc will issue for the roads: By unanimous action the following statement was adopted for submission the voters: Yielding to what appeared to this s a general demand for road means of a bond is board improvement by we as county eomini Twin Kalla county have an election tor the purpose .submitting to the voters ot the «-ntfr" bond issue in the sum atonors leclded to I d I ken Of ! county a $1,000,000.00. election are being prepared by Lumberman's T •codings The PI ,'(• I for the -ittorne: Every of Portland, Oregon. company stop in Hie proceedings is being care- I neys in le ■ the at fully gone over order that, there may lie no hitch in ■lection. It is gen a lit y of the conceded that 1; r bidding erally bond litained ii where the proceedings have been pro bonti attorn« with tr f recognize« lared by standing of bond leading the election call thii of October. it is proposed to the latter part and should the election will lie offered for carry, the bondi sale immediate!, g the bonds it i U. deposit tinte as ditioned In sell;, hereafter. intention to have a made available at once, lb .-»Hating the cat mon« nut tb ■t nece if large sums rrymg •jth local bank; until suc: h r le will con The needed. furnish there i; h«-in : m the mom , ■s and progrès Valuation Mills o c* need for it to pay for the construe tion. In order to secure the fair hand ling of the proceeds ot the bond issue an advisory committee has been nam ed to co-operate with this board in lay ing out the roads to be improved and in the expenditures of the money. This committee has been selected with the idea of giving every part of the county a voice in the matter, committee consists of C. II. Taylor, I Buhl; C. J. Miller. Castleford; W. P. Alworth, Filer; T. J. Douglas. Hot j lister; T. H. Irwin. Kimberly; Law Hansen, and A. lie rence Hansen, Swim, Twin Falls, j it is proposed to pave the state | highway from Buhl to Hansen at an L by resolution spreaii on their nun utes. approved of this plan of con ■ struct * on - anrl have agreed that the state will stand one-third of the ox s e. The mileage other than the 1 state highway, which it is intended 1 im P rove ^ rom ,he * )0n<l issue w.H lie of « of crashed rock and gravel construe u °n at an estimated cost of *a.°°ü.h 1 P er mlle . . . 1 The county commissioners in con in ; Junction with the advisory commit e have outlined the roads to be impio led as shown by a map which has her prepared and which can be ref erre, to by the voters. In selecting to roads to be improved it has been th< intention to distribute the work throughout the county In such man ner that each town and shipping point would have hard surface roads lead ing to them and also to give their resi dents of each community a direct route to the different towns on the ; tract. j We believe that the county's share j of the automobile tax will be suffic i ient to pay the interest on the bonds and that there would be no levy re | quired to meet this interest by a ! rec t tax - .. . [ This statement Is made with the be I lief that the taxpayers should know i 1 definitely, before deciding for estimated cost of $16,000.00 per mile, -phe balance of the east and west state highway in this county will be tin i s h e d with crushed rock and gravel. g[ ate Highway commission, has against the bonds, where the roads arc to be improved and how the money will be handled. Hoard of County Commissioners. O. K. CARLSON. Chairman. T. E. MOORE. W. V. BREWER. There being no further business to was ta come board red the tobor 1st, 1917. befor ken until f E. CARLSON. Chairman. t AttC! FINCH, Clerk. E. .) Serial No. 015914 NOTICE FOR RE PUREM ATION Department of the Interior, V- S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Sep tember 17, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Charles Espolt, of Filer, Idaho, who, on Au gust 21. 1914, made Homestead En erial No. 015914, for NWV4, See 0, Township 14 South, Range Id tr tion East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final lliroe -nr proof, to establish claim to the land C. Higgins, toner, at Twin Falls, 23rd day of October, above described, before < ' U. S. Commlsi Idaho, on the 1917. Claimant names ■rge Washington, Charles of Twin Falls, vitnessc" Orm, Thomas t. Idaho; Guy F. Waitley, of t both Idaho; Lark, I r le, Idaho. BEN It. GRAY. Register. 9-25; 10-2-9-16-23 WRIT OF ATTAC HMENT Ins «riet Court ol me Fourth Judicial District of the state of Idaho, in and fur Twin Falls count}. P. M. Robinson, plaintiff, vs. W. H. Conner.--, ami Vv. T. Wood, defendants. Notice of Writ of Attachment. Notice is hereby given that on Sep tember 13, 1917, a writ of attachment was issued out ot the above entitled c ourt in Hie above entitled action, at taching tilt propei ly of the above named détendant for the sum of $400, In witness whereof, I have hereun to set tny hand and the seal of my of fice tills 15th day of September, 1917. E. J. FINCH, Clerk of the District Court By C- L BOWEN, Deputy. In the. Serial No. 017440. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U- S Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Septem ber 5, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Hattie May Fletcher, deserted wife of How ard N. Fletcher, ot Hansen, Idaho, who on May 11. 1915, made Homestead En try, Serial No. 017440, for NW(4 SEVi. Section 1. Township 11 ;e IS East, Boise Meridian; Lot 1, Section 7 ; Lot 7, Section 6, Township It South, Range 19 East. Boise Meridian, lias filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins. U. S- Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 5th day of November. 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: si -; 1 South, b mi ' John E. Tolby, Searle M. Burkhalter, Henry Wilt, and Peter Link, all of Hansen, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY', Register 9-11-18-25; 10-2-9 NOTICE Compulsory Education Act Section 160, Article 17, Idaho School Law. 1917; In all districts of this State, all parents, guardians, and other persons having care of children shall instruct them, or cause them to be instructed, in reading, writing, spelling, English grammar, geography and arithmetic. In such districts, every parent, guard ian or other person having charge of any child between the ages of eight (8) and sixteen (16) years, shall semi such child to a public, private, or parochial school for the entire school year during which the public schools are in session in such district: Pro vided, however, that this Chapter shall not apply to children over fifteen (15) years of age, where such child shall have completed the eighth (8) grade, or may be eligible to enter any high school in such district, or whore Its help is necessary for its own use or its parents' support, or where for good cause shown It would be for the best interest of such child to be re lieved from the provisions of this Chapter: Provided, further. That it a reputable physician within the dis trict shall certify in writing that the child's bodily or mental condition does not permit its attendance at school, such child shall be exempt during such period of disability from the re quirements of this Chapter. It shall be the duty of the superintendent of the school district, if there be such >6 the P. lie an L superintendent, and If not, then the County Superintendent of schools to hear and determine all applications of children desiring, for any of the causes mentioned here, to be exempted from the provisions of this Chapter, and if upon such application such su perintendent bearing the same shall be of the opinion that such child for an y reason j s entitled to be exempted con- aB a f or esaid. then such superintend the ent s hall issue a written permit to ox- 8UC i, child, stating therein his reason the for guch exemption. An appeal may tc he t .,i, Pn f rom the decision of such su lie p er j n t e n«ient so passing upon such a«i plication, to the probate court of the ■ countv in which such district lies, upon such child making such appllcn con- tton and filing the same with the clerk e- or ju^e of said court, within ten days nfter itg re f usa ] by such superintend ) pnt for whlch no feP to exce ed the le th< lead resi the re di be know or tin has sum of One Dollar ($1.00) shall he charged, and the decision of the pro bate court shall be final. An applica tion for release from the provisions of this Chapter and shall not be re newed oftencr than once in three months. BRITTOMARTE WOLFE. County Superintendent. TRUCK SERVICE Go Any Place Any Time Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and out of town moving PHONES: Night 69?- Day 749 Butter wrapper headquarters is at the TIMES office, where they will be printed at any time, in thetr turn. Hke any other job.