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I ! Phone SS Royal Neighbors Meet—The Royal Neighbors of America will hold their ■ext regular meeting at the 1. O. O. F. 1 hall F*riday evening. October 19, at | » v LOCAL BREVITIES I X p. m. All visiting members cordi- I ally Invited. ) Twin Falls Girl Married—Word re- ceived from Salt Lake states that ! Miss Beulah Keller, daughter of Mr. ; and Mrs. Kred Keller, was married ; there September 30, to Lieutenant i Chalmer McReaken. A. H. E. M. S. Meets—The Anna Hale Evans Missionary society of the Christian church meets Kriday after- noon, October 19, at the home of Mrs. Sawyer at 729 Second avenue west. Mrs. Guibert will be leader. Yonng Lieutenant Arrives gram received from Los Angeles yes- terday by Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Youngs informs them of the arrival in the home of their daughter in law. Mrs- tele- Homer Youngs, of a son. whose father is now somewhere in France as first j lieutenant in the Sixteenth infantry. ! Tom Richard's Auction— Col. H. B. j Lue will conduct a sale October 26, be ginning after free lunch at noon, for Thomas Richards, at his farm a mile and a half east of Kimberly. Eleven head of horses, a Jersey cow. house hold goods and farm machinery are effered. I j Vote on Church Sit©—The vote on the church site by members of St. Edward's Catholic church Sunday' stood 135 for the new site and thirty-! six for the old. The action is not necessarlly final in favor of the new site, since there are conditions to he Sale Near Amsterdam—Geo. Vreil Ing will hold a sale at his place half a mile south of Amsterdam, Tuesday. October 23, at which he will offer at public auction eight head of horses, ten head of cattle, four sheep, thirteen shoats, twenty-five tons of hay and a lot of farm machinery and household goods. The sale will begin at 11 o'clock and there will be a free lunch at noon. Col. H. B. Lue conducts the sale. Odd Fellows Go—A number of Odd Fellows and Rebekahs from this city attending grand lodge at Nampa are this week- Grand Master George Schweiger is among those who went. The subordinate lodge in this city is represented by S. G. McAuley, for the charter, and James A. Bybee and W. H. Weaver. Representatives of En campment No. 20 are S. Atkins, for the charter; S. G. McAuley and James A. Bybee. The Rebekah grand lodge also meets in Nampa, the representa tives from this city being Mrs. Celia A. Gatz and Mrs. Effie E. Ernes. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and Harness, cheap. See Westbrook at the Times office or call at 335 4th Ave. East OREGON JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT Malheur County Irrigated farm *tracts with adjoining rajige. horse and sheep ranches, with or without stock. Write for maps and information. HARLEY J. HOOKER Shaw Bldg., Boise, Idaho Cattle, f ✓ * SNOW FLAKES are served at lunch eons, tens Ocularly crisp and dainty cracker Is appreciated. Sold In three sizes of Uackages, and in bulk. Dont ask foi' Crackers say lu fact, wherever a par PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO Portland, Oregon .A ' MBa II lu. ins WE SELL 'EM— IDAHO DEPARTMENT STOKE K. F- PRATER WALL BROS WOLFE'S GROCERY JENKINS & CO STAR GRO. A MEAT CO. A. C. WOODS CITY MARKETING CO I-ast Contingent Goes—William Per ry Dingman, Cecil Manly Perry and Duvall, left last evening for American I^ake. The first two named are the last contingent of the selec „T* ar ™ y *" th ' S oounty - j lere J- H. Mr. was examined and sent from through permission of the dis- trict board of Salem, Mo. Y. I.,. S. Not A. S,— The Japanese so- cial at the Parish hall tonight will be given by the Young Ladies' Sodality of St. Edward's church, not by the Al- tar society, as Incorrectly stated. Ice cream, cake, tea and coffee will be served, there will be a musical pro- gram of half a dozen numbers and a tableaux followed by games. K. N. Iteed to Sell Out— R. N. Reed is going to have a sale at his farm, two miles south of Berger, five miles north of Hollister, and ten miles south of Kiler at which he will offer the fol- lowing property: cows, 100 hens, forty tons of alfalfa, two tons potatoes, besides implements and household goods. Free lunch will be given at 11 o'clock after which the auction will begin under the manage- ment of Col. H. B. Lue. The sale will be held October 24. Six horses, five ! Kunning Without License—W. Johnson was fined by Probate Judge j Uuva.ll Saturday for running his car ! w,t 1 1 °! 1 t a Is the sec W \ r J s levied in the county. The county now llas 26X2 car« registered, which is 260 ahead of Ada county, the next high est Idaho county. Twin Kails county ! has more then ten per cent of all the I autos registered in the state. Other j prosecutions for running without li cense are expected soon. . Concert Friday Night- The big I concert In the Methodist church Fn ; nI 8/ht under the leadership of i Charles U- Butler, promises to rival i the famous musical festival. The new ' choir has over eighty-five voices. On the occasion of the concert numbers will be sung by Wilton Peck, bari tone ; Mrs. Guy Shearer of Filer and Mr. and Mrs. Butler. An instrumen tal trio by Dr. R. A. Parrott, violin ; Miss Sarah Higgins, cello and Mrs. D K. Regan, harp, will be given. ISIS THEATRE STAGES "EYES OF THE WORLD" '"The Eyes of the World," Clune's elaborate film of Harold Bell Wright's famous story, which comes to the Isis theatre Kriday, is replete with the stuff of which thrilling motion pic tures are composed. Among Its well remembered incidents arc the escape of the convict and his wanderings in the mountains, the kidnapping of Syb il. the flight of the girl into the hills and the search of the forest rangers for her. the tragic end of Taine at the banquet table and the hand-to-hand fight of the lovers on the high moun tain cliff which results in the tragic death of one of the pair. This scene was filmed on a precipi tous cliff near the summit of the San Bernardino mountains in California, anti so realistic was it made that Ed ward Piel, who played Rutledge, was injured during the work, though not seriously. The fight is a prolonged one and ends in Rutlidge's toppling over the cliff. RED CROSS RE-ELECTS (.Continued From Page 1 ) 40 dozen handkerchiefs, 42 dozen sub handkerchiefs, 43 dozen napkins. 19 dozen tray covers, 14 dozen shoulder wraps, 117 comfort bags, 4 dozen splints, 200 dozen bandages of vari ous kinds. Let us interpolate right here the astounding fact that since the war began the American Red Cross has shipped 82,915 large cases to twenty different countries. Before the Uni ted States entered the fray these were sent to all belligerents; since, of course, only to our allies. Mrs. White, chairman entertainment committee, explained its work and plans, noting $108.05 as a balance on hand. Mrs. McRoberts, of the publicity committee, said they found its work heavy rather than showy ; that they were about to place boxes for change contributions in the stores; and told of the plan for individual Christmas boxes to each soldier from the coun ty. Each box is to contain stationery, toilet articles and goodies. Including a small fruit cake. Two requests were one for volunteers to bake and the other for names of made; cakes ; soldiers, especially those outside of the Second Idaho. Mr. Blue reported fine progress and prospects for the Junior Red Cross, just getting well organized in the different schools. But one dis cordant note had come to his atten tion—that a note from a parent say ing. "My husband and I don't believe in raising money for war." No names were given, but the note will be kept on ice Dr. Crossland reported for first aid committee that a class of twentyfour had been organized, twelve of whom had passed examination; also gave details of prospective effort. Miss Maxwell, for the membership committee reported much that was of interest—especially the fact that the organization now has a membership of 4,734, 3,208 of whom are in the Twin Kails chapter and 1526 in the auxiliaries. The treasurer. Mr. Bradley, made an interesting report of the finances of the order showing: Receipts from membership dues were $3.096, of which there was due to the national fund $1.697. and re funded to auxiliaries $613.20. This left a balance applicable to the gen eral fund of $785.80. Sales of insigna amount to $118.05, so that the total receipts were $905.85. The total ex penditures of a general nature were $189-16, so that the net balance in the general fund is $714.69. The to tal receipts of the relief fund were $1,791.38. while the expenditures of $1,764.94 for purchase of goods from which to make supplies for the boys and the expenditure of $175 for re freshments on the way, left this fund overdrawn to the extent of $148.56. There is a balance of $158.50 due on membership dues. Miscellaneous ac counts show the receipt of $187 from the bridge party for the Christmas fund, $21.40 due to auxiliaries. The balance on hand in the hank is $933.03. Mr. Breckenridge, for the relief committee stated that while help had been granted in numerous instances, it had been given from privately raised funds, so that no detailed state ment was necessary. Reports were made, or read by the secretary from auxiliaries at Com munity, Curry. Kiler, Hansen, Hazel ton, Pleasant View and Rock Creek. These were all interesting and show ed activity with results. Kiler re ported that their Red Cross calf had netted $1,070 to the order to date, and was to be soon again sold at Lewis ton. The election of officers being in or der, Mr. Blue called attention to the formative condition of the organiza tion and to the need for all the train ing acquired by the present officers, and moved that the secretary be in structed to cast the entire vote of the chapter for each of the present offi cials to succeed his or herself. The motion was seconded and carried unanimously. ClASSlflED ADVERTISING | 1 STRAYED—One bay baldface mare, weight 1000 lbs.; 2 dark brown mules, 4 and 5 years old; 1 mare mule, 1 horse, Oct. 14. 1917. John Kirkman, 237 5th Ave. North. Twin Falls, Ida. FOR SALE OR TRADE—120 acres on Big Wood river. 70 in cultivation, $50 per acre, will take house and lot in Twin Falls. Address Box 836, Twin Falls, Idaho. FOR SALE—One Victrola and col lection of records, almost new, a bar gain. Address P. O. Box No. 402. FOR SALE—Horse, harness and wagon at a bargain, will consider trade. Call Royal Bakery. FOR SALE—Good 1915 Ford, all good tires—$235.00. Tel. 399-M or ad dress "B" care Times. FOR SALE—Oil heaters, in good condition. Phone 221-J. WANTED—To buy second hand top buggy. Idaho. Address Box 24, Amsterdam, MILLINERY SALE We wish to announce, beginning Wednesday, October 17, that we are ready to close out a line of sample hats in New Fall Styles, at the great reduction of 35 per cent. $12.50 hats reduced to $7.95; $8.50 hats reduced to $6.95; $6.50 hats reduced to $3.95, while they last. The Fashion Shop, 120 Main Avenue North.—Adv. For Canning or Winter Storage By Hie bushel without boxes—at place Tomatoes . . 25c Ripe cut lug apples—red or yellow 50c Winter varieties apples . 60c Pickling onions, cauliflower, hot or sweet peppers, egg plant, best cider vinegar, dry onions, cabbage, beets, carrotts, potatoes, squash, beans, comb and extracted, honey, olive oil, etc. Empty barrels and kegs. Hallowe'en Pumpkins For delivery add 25c per bushel or per 100 pounds. Also two yearling and one weaning colts, priced right. Full blood White Wyandotte chickens. Inside the City Phono 454-W FREI» H. WHEELER, 142 Walnut St. —Adv. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Whereas, the Board of Commission ers of Twin Falls county. Idaho, have found that the interests of the county require it and the Board of Commis sioners of the county deem it for the public good to bond the county in the sum of one million dollars ($1.000, 000.00) for the purpose of acquiring funds, the proceeds thereof to be used in the construction, building and re pair of roads within said county; and Whereas, the law requires that the issuance of such bonds be first au thorized by a vote of two-thirds of the qualified electors of the county, vot ing at an election held for that pur pose; and Whereas, the Board of Commission ers have heretofore duly called an election for that purpose; now, there fore ; Notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the 17th day of November. 1917. between the hours of 8 a. m. and 7 p. m.. an election shall be held ac cording to law for the purpose of de termining whether or not the said Twin Kalis county. State of Idaho, shall issue bonds in the sum of million dollars proceeds thereof construction, building and repair of roads within said Twin Kails county. State of Idaho. Said election shall be by ballot and shall contain the words "Bond. Yes" and "Bond. No." "If the voter desires to vote for the issue of bonds, he shall strike out the word 'no.' If he de sires to vote against the issue he shall strike out the word 'yes.' "■ The place of holding such election .precinct, will be at. Every person over the age of twen ty-one, who is a citizen of the United States, and shall have resided in the state six months, and in the county thirty days immediately preceding the election, shall be entitled to vote at such election. By order of the Board of Commis sioners duly entered this the X2th day of October. 1917. one ($1,000,000.00), the to be used in the in O. E. CARLSON, Chairman. T. E. MOORE W. K. BREWER Board of County Commissioners. Attest ; e. j. Officio Clerk of the Board of Com missioners. FINCH. Auditor and ex Serial No. 014840. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, October 11, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Rolla L. Cullison, of Rogerson, Idaho, who. on March 27, 1914. made homestead en try, Serial No. 014840, for NE 1 *, Sec tion 9. Township 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S. Idaho, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Henry C- Parker, Albert Roberts. Hugh Willis and George Hansen, all of Twin Kalis, Idaho. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, on the 11th day of December, BEN R. GRAY, Register. 10-16-23-30; 11-6-13 Serial Nos. 016022-016664 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior. U. S. Land office at Hailey, Idaho, Oct. 10, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Amy C. Fream. of Hansen, Idaho, who. on Sept. 29. 1914. made Homestead En try, Serial No. 016022 for Lots 3, 4, S 1 /^ N W(4. SEC 4. T. 11 S., R. 19 E. B. who on Jan. 13. 1915 made Homestead Entry No. SW 1 *, Section 33, M.. and additional 016664. for SE 1 * Z Public : : : : ♦ ♦ : A : 1 HAVING DECIDED TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY, I WILL SELL AT MY PLACE 1-2 MILE SOUTH OF AMSTERDAM : T P t ❖ 3 Tuesday, October 23, 1917 $ Î ♦> : THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: : HORSES : ♦ Brown mare, weight 1300. Brown horse, weight 1250 Grey horse, weight 1400. 2 colts, one Black horse, weight 1300. Grey mare, weight 1200. Brown mare, weight 1250. and one-half years old. : : : ♦î* : : : : : COWS : I ? I : Jersey cow, 3yrs.; giving milk. Jersey cow , 5 yrs. ; fresh soon Holstein cow, 4 yrs.; giving milk 1 2-year-old heifer. Holstein cow, 3 yrs.; giving milk 1 2-year-old steer. 4 calves, 12 weeks old t Î : t 4 SHEEP; 13 SHOATS; 4 HOGS, WEIGHT ABOUT 200 LBS; 25 TONS OF HAY «ft X V «ft ^ft ♦ ey ^ ♦ J «ft Z ♦ t £ FARM MACHINERY : 2 grain wagons; 1 Thomas single disc drill; 1 Deering binder; 1 Deering mower and 1 Deering rake, almost new; 1 potato digger, good as new; 1 potato planter; 1 double disc Oliver plow, good as new; 1 16-inch Deering sulkey plow (Alfalfa shear); 1 cultiva tor; 1 3-section steel harrow; 1 3-section steel harrow, good as new; 1 disc harrow; 1 surrey; 1 spring wagon; 3 sets work har ness; 1 set driving harness, good as new; 1 platform scale; 1 grindstone; 1 pig feed cooker; 4 dozen chickens; 1 De Laval cream separator. t : : ♦> if : t V V î : : HOUSEHOLD GOODS V ♦♦♦ 1 6-hole Range Cook Stove; 1 Heating Stove; 1 Copper Bedstead, and other articles z : T z : : FREE LUNCH AT NOON-SALE AT 11 O'CLOCK T t : TERMS:—All sums under $10 cash, all over $10 until October 1, 1918, with interest at 10 per cent, and 5 per cent discount off for cash. : : % X GEORGE VRIELÏNG, Owner : : COL. H. B. LUE, AUCTIONEER J. S. BUSSELL, Clerk X VI i ■ ^1 -m. > , /-H wi i n?.- - .fmV) V—, ■ ■ jM 0ZJi ■ z - (I i f l Æ ■ 8 . «Sl ■ ■ * . ? - V. I What! My Car? 99 U Yes! skidded—and it's up to you. You failed to provide the chauffeur with Tire Chains. Only good luck saved your wife from paying the supreme penalty for your negligence. She's on the way to the hospital, painfully injured, but the doctor thinks she'll pull through. You'd better hurry to the hospital and then report to Headquarters. « ' r expose their families to injury and death. The time to provide against accidents is before they happen. Don't wait until after the first skid. Put Weed Chains on all four tires at the first indica tion of slippery going and you will have quadruple protection against injury, death, car damage and law they suits. All Sises of Weed Chains For ell Mekrs and all Styles of Tires for So/« By How strange it is that dis aster must come to some men before they realize that all makes and types of tires will skid on wet pavements and muddy roads when not equipped with Chains. These men do not appre ciate, until too late, that by failing to provide Weed Anti-Skid Chains Twin Falls Auto Co, 130 2nd Ave. North Phone 555 Twin Falls, Idaho ■I' !!l Township 10 South, Range 19 East, Boise. Meridian, has filed notice of in tention 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 10th day of December 1917. Ross, Nellie Ward, of Hansen, Ida. Claimant names as witnesses; Sidney Tull, William J. Ross, K*t« BEN R. GRAY. Register.