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I PROFESSIONAL and BUS NESS v DIRECTORY A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable *peoplc who will appreciate your patron age; gîte good service and en tire satisfaclion RATES—TWICE-A-AVEEK 1 Month, per Hue. 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 than those ou a monthly basis. J V. RAILROAD TIME TABLE Train Eeaves Twin Falls; Going East .7 a. m. I .6:30 p- m. No 166 . No. 84 . .12:10 p- m Going West No. 83. No- 155 ... 4:05 p- m Rogerson Branch No. 339 (except Sunday)....12:30 p j m ATTORNEYS A. M. Bowen W. P. Guthrie ! j ) James R- Bothwell GUTHRIE, BOWEN & BOTHWELL Office: Shoshone Building SWEELEY& SWEELKY Offices- First National Bank Building _!_____ Practice in accounts National Bank Building ! ____j J. H. WISE. OFFICE ROOMS 6 AND 7, i»win Falls' Bank & Trust Co. Bldg Room 14 First F M WOLFE, OFFICE IN I. D. BLDG, j CHEMIST E. R- DOOLEY. A- M. Analytical Chemist. Expert Work In Toxicology and Bacteriology Twin Falls Idaho j CIVIL ENGINEER J. C. PORTERFIELD Civil, Hydraulic and Mining Engineer. Twin Falls Phone 154 J. | ! I EXPERT ACCOUNTANT JOHN WOLFENDEN Expert Accountant, Auditor, Systema tizes Rooms 7-8 Power Bldg. Phone 201 . HEMSTITCHING Miss Bissonnette, Machine office. Singer Sewing feed stores GRAIN & FEED Wholesale and Retail deal ANCHOR HAY, Company. , baled hay, alfalfa meal, gram and seed, custom grinding. 249-251 Sixth west. Telephone 23- John «rs avenue Flnke, Proprietor. FRATERNAL SOC IETIES 10890, meets M. W. A. CAMP, No. 2nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall. H. C. Scranton, Consul- Paul Smith, Clerk. Telephone 369 J J NORTH SIDE LAND BARGAINS SEE H. E. BARRETT, Wendell, Idaho OUR "PLAIN FIG CALENDARS URE" FOR 1918 ARE NOW REiADY FOR DEL1V ERY. PLEASE CALL FOR YOURS. TWIN FALLS TITLE & ABSTRACT CO. ABSTRACT BUILDING TRUCK SERVICE Go Any Place Any Time Equipped to do all hinds of hauling and ont of town moving PHONES; Night «92* Day 742 JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT t* Right now is the time to investigate this proposition. We are taking buyers over twice each week. It's a good Write to our Boise of one. fice for an explanation of it. We will send literature and information on request. « HARLEY J. HOOKER Shaw Bldg., Boise, Idaho See C. A. GREENWALT Buhl, Idaho Butter wrapper headquarters Is at the TIMES office, where they will be printed at any time, In their turn, like any other Job. r WANTS 1 I WANTS SELL; RENT: BUT £X( llANt.t: 8E( l U H ELI'. POSITIONS. ETC. J IMPORTANT—i>o not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads. No information can he given Answers in care of THE TIMES must be written and mailed or left at 'I HE TIMES office. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 1 insertion, per word ..... 2c Minimum total charge to be not less Ilian 25c Read your ad the first time it appears, and notify us immed iately If an error appears. Call or mail your requirements or phone 38 J FOR SALE FOR SALE—Overland "40" in good running order, for sale cheap, for cash. See Ellis, care Idaho Power Co. FOR SALE—Modern 4-room house, close in; furnished. For information telephone 649 W. Percheron stul FOR SALE—Black , Weight, over a ton. lion, 7 years old an extra good breeder and worker. No. 1 in every way. As 1 have moved from the Can show his colts. ranch 1 will give the right party a good deal. If interested Phone 822 \\ or call at 415 Fifth avenu» east. FOR SALE—Lots 1 and 2, block 86. to the highest bidder, cash or on time. Address 856 East 38 street, Los. Angeles, California. FOR SALE—Seventeen acre tract, one mile west of city limits Twin Falls, Idaho, on state road. All under high state of cultivation, perfect tract, no waste land, paid up water right. Price right. Seq C. M. Cady on tract. FOR SALE—Pen thoroughbred An (Sheppard Strain) twelve pul lets and cockerel. Great winter lay Have been laying since Septem ber 16. ' Bargain If taken at once. Ad dress 624 Second avenue east or Tele phone 280. conas . ■ r s FOR SALE—House and lot at 436 Fifth avenue east, city of Twin Falls. 40 acres 1 3-4 miles north of Kimber ly and 20 acres IVfe miles north and 1 mile west of Kimberly, Idaho. Write J. C. Crawford, Leesville, La. FOR SALE—Three year old Jersey C. P. Stephens, South Park Ad cow. dition. Phone 743 W FOR SALE—40 acres alfalfa ground 3% miles northeast of Buhl. F. J. Smith, 920 West Main street, De catur, 111. Address FOR SALE—Mangel wurzel beets at cellar. Phone 578 R 2. FOR SALE—70 tons alfalfa hay; 1 span yearling mare colts; Shetland 2% miles west of state high Phone 509 J 4. B. H. Laartz. pony. way. — Victor graphphone FOR SALE inquire of Mrs. Owen 408 Second avenue east. and records, Hamp, PIANO CHEAP—$500 A. B. Chase upright, cannot be told from new—am going to California and will sacrifice. Phone 732 W. E'OR SALE)—-Fine Ford car, 6-pas senger 1917 model. Just purchased in A O. Andelin. Oxford Apts. July. Phone 241 W. FOR SALE—Fine 11 acre home in Payette valley, two miles from Pay ette two in apples, two in pasture and al falfa; 5 room bungalow with base ment. water, very cheap; best bargain on market at $3800, easy terms, dress De Mont Judd, Payette, Idaho. Seven acres bearing prunes. All outbuildings; abundant Ad FOR SALE—Cheap, new U. S. G. F. Peterson or cream separator. Phone 546 R 3. E'OR SALE—See our used cars De fore buying. We have several kinds and makes of light cars. Our prices are right, company. I»aubenhelm Motor Sales LEGAL BLANKS—All kinds, al ways for sale at the Times office. E'OR SALE—Reo, slightly used. In Will take Ford In best condition, trade. Phone 715 M. glass and Phone 21. FOR SALE—Window windshields of all sizes. Moon's shop, near postoffice. BLANKS—Deeds, mortgages, leases, releases, notes and legal blanks of every description for sale at the Times office. Will E'OR SALE)—5 room house, sell cheap, right kind of terms. Close in. Address M. P. care Times. E'OR SALE—Marshall & Wendell, piano—practically new. bargain for cash If taken Immediately- Call at 727 Second avenue south. E'OR SALE—Fine 6-acre tract, ad joining town, house. Terms al O. S. L. freight depot. Has 6-room modern Inquire E. H. Maher, HOME BAKERY — Birthday and wedding cakes a specialty. Phone 64. FOR BENT FOR RENT—FYirnlshed room splen did location, 321 Shoshone north. FOR RENT—E'urnished room. Tele phone 641 R. 120 Sixth avenue north. HOME BAKERY — Birthday and wedding bakes a specialty. Phone 54. EXXR RENT—Two Rooms. 460 Sec ond avenue north. TO RENT—Furnished rooms, elec tric heat and bath. Inquire 216 Third avenue north. Phone 347 J. - i room apartments for light housekeeping. Modern conveniences- Oxford rooms, 428 Main avenue north. I I ! , FOR RENT—40 acres on Salmon Tract, good house and cistern. Enquire FOR RENT--One large furnished housekeeping room. Phone 624. FOR RENT—Two or three HOME BAKERY — Birthday and wedding cakes a specially. Phone 54. FOR RENT—Pleasant, comfortable sleeping rooms from $2.50 per week up. '428 Main avenue north. The Oxford. 312 5th avenue north. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for lighjt housekeeping. 347 west, Main avenue. light housekeeping, light and bath. FOR RENT—Furnished room for Phone 150 J. FOR RENT—Electric heated fur nished room over City Cafe, East Main. FOR RENT—Furnished heated front room. Lady preferred. 341 Second avenue west. room, Will ! : ^ . h , , FOR RENT-Furnlshed room, fur ,ace heat. 361 Sixth avenue east. ! furnace heat, suitable for two,, serve breakfast, call at 211 Sixth avenue east. Phone 610 W., or FOR RENT—Five room modern | house. C. W. Park. . _1 WANTED WANTED Girl wants work, house work preferred. Phone 512 R 3. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Apply 310 Third avenue No. WANTED—Married man, experienc ed farmer, wants 80 to 100 acres, equipped by owner, for a share rent. Best of references. "T" care Times. WANTED—Man with family wants ranch to manage. Phone 415 W. Box 704. WANTED—Good lady solicitor, sal ary and commission for the White Cross Healtli Food company. 695 w. Phone WANTED—Clover seed all the year round. The Albert Dickinson Com pany, Phone 106, Twin Falls, Idaho. WANTED TO TRADE—High grade used piano to trade for good Ford. Phone 715-M. WANTED—Girl to work spare time for board and room. Small family, light work. Telephone 740, 110 Maple avenue, East Lawn addition. WANTED—A cash renter for 80 acres, $800. Renter, care Times. WANTED—Employment, an exper ienced tree trimmer. Phone 736-J. FOR TRADE OR EXCHANGE TO TRADE)—House and lot for small piece of land. Phone 402 W. LOST AND FOUND LOST—On highway between Twin Emails and Knull, pan for Buick D 45. Finder return to Times office and re ceive reward. LOST—Black bull pup, white face, and feet. Wearing bull dog collar, re sponds to the name of Billy. Reward Finder notify Times. STRAYED—A black heifer calf, with some white, wearing a steel yoke. Re ward for information. Twin Falls. A. S. Gibbs. MISCELLANEOUS PIANO LESSONS—Given to begin, ners by Miss Lisle Varney, 408 Main TO TRADE—80 acres fine Missouri land 6-room house, other good im provements. Land in high state of cultivation. Near town of 10,000. Will trade on North Side or Salmon land. Only first class propositions consider ed. Address 456 Care TIMES. ADCOX AUTO SCHOOL 388 Burnside St., Portland, Ore. Call or write for free 60-page cata logue. It tells how we help you to a good position. Day and night classes. ANNOUNCEMENT I have started an auto transfer. A share of your patronage Is solicited. Phone 269-W. Lloyd McDougal. Thrift Is the order of the day; eco nomical food recipes are printed In the Pure Food section every Tuesday. Read them In the TIMES with profit. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS List 4-2216. RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 160 acres, within the Minidoka Na tional forest, Idaho, will be subject to settlement and entry under the pro visions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11. 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United States land office at Hailey. Idaho, on March 9, 1918. Any settler who was actually and in good faith claiming any of said lands for agricultural pur poses prior to January 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same, has a pref erence right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occu pled. Said lands were listed upon the applications of the persons mention ed below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant is qualified to make home stead entry and the preference right Is exercised prior to March 9, 1918, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any quail- ' A tract of 160 acres.! within what will probably be when surveyed Secs. 22 and 27. T. 16 S„ H. is E., described as follows; Begin-: M ing at ('orner No. 1. whence the cor fied person, ne r to Secs. 21 and 28, T. 16 S., R. is B., bears S. 20 chs.; extending thence E. 40 chs.; thence S. 40 chs.; thence W. 40 chs.; thence N. 40 chs., j to the place of beginning, listed with lout applicant; List 4-2216, Decern ber 18, 1917. 1). K. Parrott, acting as sistant commissioner of the general land office. 1-8-10-15-17-22-24-29-31; 2-5. Serial No. 014016. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land office at Halley. Idaho, Jan. 7, 1 i i-i * . rioM Notice is hereby given that Clara M. McNichols. of Twin Falls. Idaho. who. on October 21, 913. made Des . Serial No. 014016, for NE>4 SE'A- Section 9, Township 11 South. Range 1, East. Boise Meridian,, has filed notice of intention to make f nul proof, under paragraph 3 Sec on 5 Act of March 4. 1915, to estab lish claim to the land above describ-. ea> ? efole '■ Siggins, . S- 0 mlssloner. at Twin F alls, Idaho, on the 7th day of March. 19 8. ?,K . an r nan ? e f Wltne 1 98e ® , nrt Aber UÄlB ryLbewa . Wilber Hough, and John H. McNlch-^ ols, all of Twin Palls, Idaho. BEN R. CRAY, Kf ' K s 01 1-8-10-15-17-22-24-29-31 ; 2-5. Serial Nos. 015619-015991-017737. NOTRE FOR PUBLICATION S. Department of the Interior, l] Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Decem ber 20, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Hugh E. Head, of Rogerson. Idaho, who, on July 21. 1914, made Homestead Entry, Cnrlol \ a B 1 r,ß 1 Q frtr t Vi n Q V. 1/ QW W ... tion 17. 1 ownship 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, and who on September 23. 1914, made additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 015991 for the SEV4 SE14. Section 7, and SWA4 SWVt, Section 8, Township 16 South, Range IS East, Boise Meridian, Serial No. 015619, for the SE 1 /» SWÎ4, Section 8, and the NEVA NW'/i, Sec and who on, November 4, 1915, made additional Homestead Entry, Serial No. 017737, for the E% NE14, SWV. NEA4. NE14 SE'/i, Sec. 18, Township 16 South, Range 18 E.. B. M, has filed notice of intention to make fi nal three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore C. C. Siggins. U. S. Commission er, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 11th day Q f February, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Ed. Mimerly and Wood T. Seal, both of Twin Falls, Idaho; Alberti Mortell, and Duffy Reed, both of Rog erson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. 12-25-27; 1-1-3-8-10-15-17-22, Serial Nos. 014813-016161. NOTICE FOR RE-PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Decem her 22, 1917. Notice Is hereby given that John T. Gross, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on April 14, 1914, made Homestead En try, Serial No. 014813 for the NEV4 Section 28, and who on October 3, 1914, made additional homestead en try. Serial No. 016161, for SEV4, Sec tion 21, 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. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 11th day of February, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: George H. Hansen. John F. Lowe, Hugh E. Reed and Henry Willis, all of Rogerson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. 12-27; 1-1-3-8-10-15-17-22-24. Department of the Interior, U. S Land office at Hailey. Idaho, Decem her 17, 1917. Notice is hereby given that Charles L. Randall, of Murtaugh, Idaho, who. on November 8, 1915, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 017338. for SWV4 Serial No. 017338. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NWV4, NMj SW14, NWV4 SEVi, Section 9, Township 11 South, Range 20 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, U. S Commissioner, at Twin Falls. Idaho, on the 18th day of February. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Hiram Pickett. Maroni Peck. Jacob J. Carlson, and Elmer C. Chance, all of Murtaugh, Idaho BEN R. GRAY, Register 12-20-25-27; 1-1-3-8-10-15-17. Serial Nos. 015450-017459. NOTICE FOR REPUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land office at Hailey, Idaho, January] 8, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Bert O. Srtickland, of Hollister, Idaho, who, on June 1. 1914, made Homestead En try. Serial No. 015450. for the SW'i.jtry, Section 9. and who on December 13, 1915, made additional homestead en try. Serial No. 017459, for the NW^ Section 9. Township 16 South. Range 18 East, Boise Meridian, has filed no tlce of intention to make final three-1 year proof, to establish claim to tlie land above described, before O- C. Siggins. U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 8th day of March,, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas C. Wlchersham, and John F I -owe. both of Rogerson. Idaho; A Roberts, and Hugh Willis, both of Twin FYills, Idaho. 1-10-15-17-22-24-29-31: 2-5-7. BEN R. GRAY, Register. I Serial No. 01454.'$ NOTICE FOR RE-PUBLICATION U. S.l Department of the Interior, Land Office' at Halley, Idaho. Decem ber 29. 1917. Notice is hereby given that Peter O. | Bethune, of Twin Falls, Idaho, a«- ; signee of Lewis P. Johnson of Jerome, ; I Idaho, who on January 24». 1914, made Desert-Land Entry. Serial No. 014543, ^ or f, W Yi' Section 3, E. V> NWT4, ^<*' on ld - Township 9 South Range l . 8 Ea8t - »>»•« Meridian, has filed no t,ce °} JR 1 ?"* 1 ? 0 . to ma ^ e fina t0 establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins. I S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls. Idaho, f h f l8t day of Muri1 '; 1918 ' Claimant names as witnesses: James A- Bybee T. C. Bacon, both " f Twin , Fal , ls ' ,, lda !°' . and Clyde ré Jon ' !S C1,arlie Davis, both of Je rome ' ldaho ' BEN R. GRAY, Register. ; 1-1-3-8-10-15-17-22-24-29. Serial Nos. «14871. 016211 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION j Department of the Interior . u. S , Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Dec. 26. 11? ■^ h gtven that Ear! O. , Rogerson. Idaho, who, on ' raade Homestead En try Seria , No . 014871 for the s% j,™,, NW4. NW14 SV- NE'-i NB'i : 17, and who on Nov. 12. 1914 jmad * A(ldlUonal Homestead Entry No, 0 , 6214 for XEy NWV NWV NB y 4 . ge( . n Township M South , Range 17 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice intention t0 maUe final three-year to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, y. s . Commissioner, at Twin Falls, n the 20th da y of February. 1918. claimant names as witnesses: George M B atty, Arthur D. Acuff. John C. Smith, and Adalaski Sartwell, lall of Rogerson. Idaho. BEN U. GRAY, Register. NOTICE OF SALE OF LIVESTOCK TO SATISFY FEED BIEL Notice is hereby given, that the un derslgnetl w m se ll at public auction at Twjn Falls ldaho . al ,i le hour of , . , . . 1 1 two o clock p. m. on Saturday. Janu ary 19, 1918, at the place of sale held | )V B Lue, public auctioneer, the i j ! j | j | j following described livestock, to-wit; 1 black gelding, blaze face, brand ed 60 on left shoulder. 1 bay pony mare. 1 bay gelding, white face. 1 dark bay mare, sore on hind leg, branded T T on left shoulder. 1 set double harness. 4 horse whip, bedding and other articles. Said sale to be made for cash to I the highest bidder for the purpose of , , . , , , , , . Jf * rdan , io J Pâture and feed furnish 1 ed said stock in the amount of $86.00, 1 besides cost of sale and of this no . tlce. satisfying a lien held against Herb 1 | Signed this 8th day of January R. A. NORRIS. Horses' Home Barn, Twin Falls, Idaho. | Serial No. 014846 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Halley, Idaho, Dec. 24. ;1917. I Notice is hereby given that Arthur 1Towne, of Hansen, Idaho, who, on April 6, 1914, made Homestead Entry | Serial No. 014846, for SVé 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 to the land above described, before C C. Siggins, IJ .S. Commissioner, al Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 24th day of February, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Oliver D. Bills, Bruce E. Rose Ralph Foster, and Frank Kennedy all of Hansen. Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. | Serial Nos. 013678-020957 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Dec. 24 i 1917. Notice is hereby given that Albert D Weaver, of Rogerson. Idaho, who, on July 25, 1913, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 013678, for the SE*4 SE14 Section 24; EVè NEV4, NEVi SE\4 Section 25, Township 15 South, Range 17 East, and who on December 10, 1917 i made additional Homestead Entry | Serial No. 020957 for Lot 4, Section ! 19: Lots 1, 2. and 3, Section 30, Town 1 ship 15 South, Range 18 East, Boise ; Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to es tabllsh claim to the land above^ de scribed, before C. C. Siggins, U. S i Commissioner, Twin Falls, Idaho, on I the 24th day of February 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: John Martel), of Twin Falls. Idaho Ray Pond, of Curry, Idaho. Owen Kinter, and Noah Pruitt, both of Buhl Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register Serial No. 016022-016664. NOTICE FOR REPUBLICATION Department of the Interior, I T . S. ■ Land Office at Haile>. Idaho, Jan. . , Notice is hereby given that Amy . E'ream, of Hansen. Idaho, who on Sep | tomber 29, 1914. made Homestead En Serial No. 016022 for lots 3 and 4 ! NWV4. Section 4, rownshtp 11 1 South, Range 19 Eitst. Boise Meridian. ; and who on January 13. 1915. made j Additional Homestead Entry, No. 016664. for SE <, Sw 4. Section •$•$, Township 10 South, Range 19 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of m tention to make final three-year proof, j to establish claim to the land above described, before < Siggins, l b 1918. Commissioner, at T win °. on the 4th day of March. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Sidney Tull. William J. Ross, Kate 1 Ross, and Nellie Ward, all of Hansen, ' Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 1-8-10-15-17-22-24-29-31; 2-6. St ria! No. 09497. MOTICK FOR RE-PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, IT. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Jan 3. 1918. Notlce Is hereby given that Janie 1111 ... ,, on May 2«. 1911, made Homestead Eu trv, Serial No. 09497, for NW% NE 1 ,. Section 31; WVfe SEV4, SW% NE%. Section 30, Township 14 South, Rangt 13 East, Boise Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the F. Lewis, of Uogerson. Idaho, who. land above described, before C. C. Siggins, IT. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 4th day of March. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Arvel T. Johnston, John W. Thomp son, Joseph W. Taylor, all of Roger son, Idaho, and John L. Gray, of Cas tleford, Idaho. BEX R. GRAY, Register. 1-8-10-15-17-22-24-29-31; 2-5. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF SALMON RIVER CANAL CO, LTD. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Salmon River Canal company Limited, will he held at the office of the company, in Hollister, Twin Falls county, Idaho, on the 14th day of January, 1918, at 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors and transacting any' and all other busi ness that may properly come before the meeting, including the approval and ratification of the proceedings of the hoard and the acts of the officers of the company since the last annual meeting, considering amendments or modifications of the by-laws or the adoption of new by-laws, and gen erally for the purpose of considering the affairs of the Company and tak ing any action competent for the stockholders to take with respect thereto at an annual meeting of the stockholders. By order of the board of directors. Dated this 8lh day of December. 1917. G. M. HALL. President. H. G. DIETRICH. Secretary 12-13-20-27; 1-3-10. NOTK'E To AH Owners and Drivers of Mo tor Vehicles: You are hereby notified that all 1917 licenses have expired and that the 1918 licences are now due and payable at the office of the county assessor. No person shall operate or drive any motor vehicle on the public high ways of tlie slate after January 1. 1918, unless such vehicle shall have the distinctive number plates issued by the secretary of the state highway commission, conspicuously displayed on both the front and rear of such ve hicle, and eacli number plate shall he kept clean so as to be plainly seen and read at all times. You are requested to make appli cation promptly 1 for your 1918 li cense as no license plates issued prior to January 1, 1918, will be recognized on and after the issuance of this no tice. Paper plates reading "license ap plied for'' or plates of any other na ture than those furnished by the state will not be allowed, found operating or driving With such plates are liable to a fine. AH purchasers of new cars are re quired by law to make application tor license before operating or driving such new car upon the public high ways. It shall be the duty of any sheriff, deputy sheriff, constable, policeman, game warden or deputy game warden within the state of Idaho to enforce the provisions of the automobile law and make arrests for any violations thereof. Any person GEO. W. WILCOX, County Assessor 1-10-13-15-17-20-22-24-27-29-31, Serial No. 014840 NOTICE FOR REPUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U- S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, January 7. 1918. 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^4. Sec tion 9. Township 16 south, Range 18. East, Boise Meridian, has filed notlct of intention to make final three-yeaur proof, to establish claim to the la«c! above described, before C. C. Siggfns, U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Fhfls. Idaho, on the 7th day of March, 19TS Claimant names at witnesses: Henry C. Parker. Albert Roberts Hugh Willis, and George Hansen, all of Twin Ftolls, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. 1-10-15-17-22-24-29-31; 2-5-7. NOTICE To whom it may concern, particul arly Tracy Fudge. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned will sell at public auction at 135 Sixth avenue west to the high est bidder for cash on Saturday, Jan uary 26. the following personal prop erty to-wit; One trunk and one box of household goods and wearing ap parel. Property above described hav ing been left with the undersigned as pledge for a payment of a certain debt owing to tlie undersigned by the said Tracey FYidge. Dated this 9th day of January, 191S. Tlie Commercial Service Bureau. Assignee for Mrs. Chris Sims. S. . , 4 11 b °. DON'T FORGET US When you need any thing in the line of neat and attractive Printing.