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War Emergency Benefit Thursday Evening, February 14, High School Auditorium ■* > Uf ' >. - ■ » * & * L« V ' 3E ; ,7 >4 n V if, -, -Vi '«y 7 - w I_; MRS. HERMAN SCHURGER Directress AFFINITY BETWEEN MOODS Author John Synge's Declarations Re garding Temperament of Peasants of the West of Ireland. I I „ .. ... , : cal Times. Speaking of Uie spiritual Ity and wildness of the peasants of the west of Ireland, he remarks: There is a significant phrase in one of John Synge's books, says the Medl "There is an affinity between the | nioods of those people and the moods | of varying rupture and dismay that f 'T^tÄTÄ'Ä forms of alienation. These peasants descendants of an ancient bard that chased to the West, are said to \ be born poets. Synge noted in them 1 the quick changes from gloominess to | gayety, aud saw the relation of these | changes and the Celtic dreaminess to | the genius that has shown Itself among j ■these people. Especially acute was his realization 1 that such traits bear some relation to j maniac-depressive Insanity, though he j did not understand that the genius Is not insane but specially predisposed to Insanity because of his delicately j organized nervous system. When the genius becomes clinically Insane he ceases, perforce, to be a creative art All the confusion about genius are were ; 1st. and insanity is unnecessary If these simple facta be kept in mind. liN » . pjyi G</t. 1 i I», A Brassiere Will Complete your Corset The contour from shoulder to knee is important. There should be no break, but an easy sweep of line over the top of the corset straight down the hips. 'rimer's Gilt-ödge Brassieres insure this sweep of line and "blot out'.' the break one other wise would find. They are well made, prettily de signed and trimmed and as strongly guaranteed as the celebrated Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets. Prices 65c to $3. The Greater Idaho Dept. Store CHICHESTER S PILLS V THE DIAMOND DRAM). 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Idaho, Janu ary 2 3 f 1918. Notice is hereby given that Herbert q Mason, of Eden, Idaho, who, on December 11, 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 021232, for SE14 Claimant names at witnesses: James A. Palmer, Edward H. Leney 1-15-17-22-24-29-31; 2-5-7-12 Serial No. 021232. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NE*4, Section 30, Township 9 South, S, an . g0 East, Boise Meridian. 1ms filed notice of intention to make Com mutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before A. C. De Mary, U. S. Commissioner, at Rupert, Idaho, on the 29th day of March. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Arv J. Huettig, Dwight Terry, Johan Johansou and James C. Knott, all of Eden, Idaho. BEN R, GRAY, Register 1-29-31; 2-6-7-12-14-19-21-26. Serial No. 015914. NOTICE FOR RE-rUBLlCATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Hailey, Idaho, Jan uary 16, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Charles Espolt, of Piler, Idaho, who, on Aug ust 21, 1914, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 015914, for NWt4, Section 20, Township 14 South, Range 16 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make final throe-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Slggins, U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 7th day of March, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: George Washington, and Charles Orm, both of Twin Falls, Idaho; Thomas Lark, of Filer, Idaho; and Guy F. Waitley, of Boise, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 1-22-24-29-31; 2-5-7-12-14-19. Serial No. 017633. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Halley, Idaho, January 25, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Ezra Hershby, of Murtaugh, Idaho, who, on May 21, 1915, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 017633, for EVfe NW%, NE% SW14. Section 31, Township 11 South, Range 20 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land abovp described, before C. C. Slggins, U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 26th day of March, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Arthur Hutchinson, Ray Pettijohn John R. Olmstead, and A. J. Hutchin son. all of Murtaugh, Idaho. BEN R, GRAY, Register 1-29-31; 2-5-7-12-14-19-21-26. TEACHERS EXAMINATION Notice Is hereby given that there will be a Special Examination for all grades of Certificates, both State and County, on February 21, 22 and 23. All teachers teaching on permits, or who desire an Idaho Certificate will appear at this time. BRITTOMART WOLFE, County Superintendent. It Will Pay You to become a regu lar advertiser in =This Paper ' Co-Operative-—Independent ■ ^ Beet Growers Sugar Company Hon. James H. Hawley, President Owners of Sugar Stocks in Utah and Idaho Have Made Fortunes Engineering Office SALT LAKE CIJY Factory Under Construc tion at RIGBY, IDAHO Business Office IDAHO FALLS Hon. James II. Hawley, former governor of Idaho, whose sound legal knowledge, business ability and acknowledged in tegrity are well known to a 11 the people of the intermountain states, was one of the early subscribers to the capital stock of the BEET GKO WEBS STEAK COMPANY. A short time after the incorporation of the company, Mr. Hawley was made both president and director. In accepting the presidency of the company, Air. Hawley said: "When the gentlemen who or ganized the BEET GROWERS SUGAR COMPANY first approached me in regard to becoming associated with them, I asked for a little time to consider- the matter and make some investigations which I thought proper. After considering the matter carefully, 1 found that the enterprise was founded on a sound financial looting and that its affairs will be fairly and 1 was aware of the fact that in the Rigby district \ honestly conducted, and that the success of the corporation is assured, all the necessary attributes existed for the raising of beets such as climate, soil and water, and that the farmers are beet growers of long experience. 1 also knew there was a world shortage of sugar, and on account of the European war having caused so much ruin and desolation in the sugar beet growing lands of France, Belgium and Russia, the United States would be called upon to supply the world with sugar for many years to come. I regarded it as my patriotic duty to my country to accept the presidency of this company and use my best endeavors to make this company a success and increase the food supply in whatever wav 1 can. I am proud to sav and consider it a great honor to be the president of such a coi'poratiou as the BEET GROWERS 'SUJUAR COMPANY." At the same time Senator George E. Hill, a successful business man of Rigby, Idaho, was elected treasurer. Senator Hill has lived at Rigby ever since the district was a wilderness of sagebrush aud has been a leader in the development of Rigby dis trict into what is now the largest body of well irrigated farms under cultivation in America. With ex-Govcrnor Hawley and Senator Hill as members of the Board of Directors of this corporation, together with the active assistance and united efforts of those who have the'enterprise hi charge, its success is a certainty. There are under operation in the United States 98 beet-sugar factories which, it is hoped, will produce during the 1917-18 manufacturing campaign about 1, 000,000 tons of refined sugar, which would be about 25 per cent more than any previous campaign. The normal consumption of sugar in the United States is now 4 A million tons annually. We need 400 more beet-sugar factories today to supply home consumption. This is evidence that there is room and need for more sugar factories. Rigby, Idaho, is the center of probably the largest body of well-irrigated lands under cultivation in America, and a splendid proven beet growing district. The Company has beet contracts for over 6000 acres at and contiguous to Rigby for the years 1918 to 1924. inclusive. Seven years. Mr. A. P. Cooper, Consulting Engineer, who has built and operated successful sugar factories all over the United States the past twenty years for the leading sugar companies, will build and operate the Rigby factory. A remaining allotment of 7 per cent cumulative preferred stock is selling at par, $10.00 per share, with a bonus of one share of common stock with each four shares of preferred stock purchased. The Preferred Stock is retirable after January 1, 1923, at $12.50 per share, cash, or is convertible into Common Stock, share for share, at the option of the holder of such Preferred Stock. Dividends to accrue at the rate of 7 per cent per annum upon any sum paid toward the purchase of Preferred Shares, from the date of such payment. Any dividends in excess of 7 per cent to the Preferred Stock shall be paid ratably to both Common and Preferred holders, in proportion to the number of shares outstanding. The Preferred Shares can be purchased on terms of 25 per cent cash with the application, balance may run to September 1, 1918, in equal monthly or quarterly payments, without interest. We believe we are offering securities with the largest earning power and possessing the highest safety factor of any securi ties ever offered to a large number of people. At Safest and Most Profitable Investment in the Industrial World For Prospectus and General Information Phone or Write O. B. WINTLE, (Perrine Hotel) Twin Falls, Idaho. LEGAL PUBLICATIONS I In the Probate Court, Twin Falls county, State of Idaho. 1 Before the Honorable O. P. Duvall, Probate Judge. In the matter of the estate of John Tongren, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING Notice of Hearing, Return of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that W. E. Nixon, executor of the estate of John Tongren, deceased; has made to the said Court and filed therein a return of sale of real estate of the said de ceased made by him under the power contained in the will of said deceased, and that Friday, the 15th day of Feb ruary, A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day at the court room of said court in the court house In the city and county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, have been fixed by said court as the time and place for hearing the said return, when and where any person interested in the Investment Opportunity An active Sait Lake manufac turing corporation needs addi tional capital. A limited amount of treasury stock to be sold at this time to enlarge this grow ing industry. An especially ex cellent opportunity for one in vestor who would care to af filiate with the company in an active way as well as financial. Full particulars upon applica tion. care Times. 11 ■ Address "International'' said estate may appear and file writ ten objections to the»confirmation of said sale and may be heard and may produce witnesses in support of such objections. The following is a description of the land sold and the sum for which was sold. The said land is situate In the county of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, an d described as follows: The North Half of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Ten, Township Ten South of Range 17 E b. M„ and was sold for the sum of $5,250 cash. p or further particulars reference is hereby made to the return on file herein, 2-3-12-14. O. P. DUVALL,, Probate Judge. Serial No. 018367. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, January 9, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Thomas C- Wickersham, of Rqgeraon, Idaho, who, on November 4, 1915, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 018357, for a tract of L59.64 acres within the Minidoka National Forest In veyed section 10, Township 16 South, Range 18 East, Boise Slerldlan, em braced in H. E. S- No. 411, List No. 4-1712, unsur described bounds as follows: ner No. 1, identical with the corner common to Sections 9, 10, 15 and 16, Township 16 South. Range 18 East, Boise Meridian; thence North 0 de grees 05 minutes west, 40.01 chains to corner No. 2; thence East 40 chains to corner No. 3; thence South 39.96 chains to corner No. 4; thence West 39.86 chains to corner No. 1, the place of beginning, has filed notice of in tention to make final three year proof. by metes and Beginning at cor DON'T FORGET THE DATE OF WILLMARTH & CARDIN SALE FEB. 19 , 1918 One and one-half miles Northeast of Kimberly There will be lots of good horses, cattle farm machinery and household goods. > / to establish claim to he land above described, before Maurice Ouheen, U S. Commissioner, at Hollister, Idaho, on the 8th day of March, 1918. Claimant names at witnesses: Hugh Willis, of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Bert O. Strickland, Perry Rob erts, and Henry Willis all of Rob-pt- son, Idaho, BEN R. GRAY, RaglaUr. l-lii-17-22-24-29-31; 2-5-7-12.