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~\\r PROFESSIONAL and BUSINESS DIRECTORY A conveniently classified Direc tory of reliable people who will appreciate your patron age; gl>e good service and en tire satisfaction. I RATES— T IVIC E-A-W'EE K 1 Month, per line. 3t)c For this Directory. THE TIMES solicits only the advertise ments of permanently estab lished business bouses and professional people- It there fore quotes no other rates for its directory than those on a monthly basis V J RAILROAD TIME TABLE Train Leaves Twin Falls: Going East ..7 a. m. I .6:30 p. m No 166_ No- 84 ..... Going West No. 83... No- 166 12:10 p. m, ...4:05 p. m. Kogerson Branch No- 339 (except Sunday)....12:30 p- m ATTORNEVS W t P. Guthrie A. M. Bowen James R. Bothwell GUTHRIE, BOWEN & BOTHWELL Office : Shoshone Building SWEELEY& SWEELEY 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. ■twin Falls Bank & Trust Co- Bldg ® M. WOLFE, OFFICE IN 1. D. BLDG. CHEMIST E. R. DOOLEY. A. M. Analytical Chemist. Expert Work In Toxicology and Bacteriology CIVIL ENGINEER J. C. PORTERFIELD Civil, Hydraulic and Mining Engineer. Twin Falls Phone 154 J. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT JOHN WOLFENDEN Bxpert Accountant, Auditor, Systema tizes Rooms 7-8 Power Bldg. Phone 861. OSTEOPATHS DR. J. R. McMILLEN Office 120 Main N. Osteopath HEMSTITCHING Miss Blssonnette, Singer Sewing Machine office. FEED STORES FEED ANCHOR HAY, GRAIN Company. Wholesale and Retail deal ers. baled hay, alfalfa meal, grain and ■eed, custom grinding. «venue west. Telephone 23. John rinke, Proprietor. & 249-251 Sixth FRATERNAL SOCIETIES W. O. W. Meets first and third Wednesdays at I. O. O. F. hall; Twin Falls. R. T. JESTER, C. C. Phone 178 E. F. PRATER Clerk. M W. A. CAMP, No. 10890, meets *nd and 4th Thursdays, at Moose Hall, Jake Sonflleth, Consul. Paul Smith, Clerk. Telephone 369 J LEGAL PUBLICATIONS Serial No. 020085 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U ,S. Land office at Halley, Idaho, Febru ary 13, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Charles Summers, of Murtaugh, Idaho, who, on May 24, 1916, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 020085, for EMj SW l A; NVz SE44, Section 19, Township 11 South, Range 20 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make com mutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, United States commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 16th day of April, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: J. Day. of Twin Falls, Idaho; Joseph Adamson, of Murtaugh, Idaho; Wil liam C. Hall, of Murtaugh, Idaho; A. S. Brose, of Murtaugh, Idaho. Ben R. GRAY, Register. 2-19, 21, 26. 28; 3-5, 7, 12. 14, 19. R. NOTICE AH persons driving or operating au tomobiles on the public highways In Twin Falls county must make appli cation for license before March first. Sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, constables, policemen, game wardens and deputy game wardens are authorized to en force the Automobile law and make arrests for any violation thereof. You can avoid any trouble or ex tra expense by acting promptly. GEO. W. WILCOX, Assessor. Serial Nos. 012404-015553 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho. Febru ary 14, 1918. Notice Is hereby given that Harry T Madguick. of Hollister. Idaho, who, December 9, 1912. made Homestead Serial No. 012404 for Lot 1; on Entry, NEt4 NW44; W% NEV 4 and who on June 13. 1914, made Homestead En try. Serial No. 015553. for SE)4 NE14. Section 31, Township 13 South. Range 17 East, Boise Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Maurice Gu heen. United States commissioner, at the 16th day of Hollister. Idaho, on April. 1918. Claimant George P. White. J. B. Rice. Roswell Broughton Cavaness. Wm. A. I. Klus meyer, all of Hollister. Idaho. BEN R. GRAY. Register. 2-19. 21. 26, 28; 3-5, 7, 12. 14. 19 witnesses : as names A WANTS I WANTS SELL; RENT; BUT EXCHANGE : SEUI HR HELP, POSITIONS, ETC. J « IMPORTANT —Do not telephone THE TIMES office in regard to these Ads, No information can be given Answers in care of THE TIMES must be written and mailed nr.lelt at l'!lK TIMES office. ■ r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 1 Insertion, per word.2c Minimum total charge to he not less than 25c Head your ud the first time It appears, and notify us immed iately if an error appears. Call or mail your requirements or phone 38 .J V. FOR SALE 80 acres Improved ranch, 3 miles N. W. of Buhl townsite. All tillable and under irrigation. Deep soil, orch ard, alfalfa. All stock, feed, imple ments and furniture go with place. Possession at once $175 an acre till March 10, 1918. R. W. Merryweather, Buhl, Idaho. FOR SALE—Maxwell touring car, good condition, at a bargain. "XY" care Times. FOR SALE—Electric Ellis, Idaho Power Co. washer. See FOR SALE—3 dozen Rhode Island Red yearling hens and pullets, one dollar each if taken at once. Address 624 2nd Ave. E. FOR SALE—6-room house with sleeping porch, close in, $800 down, balance easy terms. Write "C. P." care Times. FOR SALE—1916 Ford delivery car, thoroughly overhauled, new fenders and new wind shield. Marketing Co. Inquire City FOR SALE—Dicklow seed wheat. Phone 505-J-4. FOR SALE—New residence proper ty. Inquire at 353 4th Ave. East or phone Royal Bakery. L. S. Sjurson. FOR SALE—Good 7-room house, centrally located. A well-located residence lot. Will take good auto on either of them. Address P. O. Box 144. FOR SALE—320 acres dry farm, all good Good car as first payment, 5 good smooth land. Close town. years time on balance. Phone 537 R 3. to FOR SALE—Four horses. 14-inch walking plow, some hay. See Plain Price Store. FOR SALE—Castle Gate lump and gg coal at Home Lumber & Coal Co. Phone 34. FOR SALE—Marshall & Wendell, piano—practically new, bargain for cash If taken Immediately- Call at 727 Second avenue south. FOR SALE—One large or two small soda fountains cheap. Terms. Royal Bakery, Twin Falls, Idaho. FOR SALE—Second-hand five and seven passenger car. Good condition. Cheap. Idaho Republic Truck Co., 137 Shoshone North. FOR SALE—400 acres right on the edge of the reserve. Good water right. Eight miles from one of the best towns on the tract. Extra good stock proposition. Reasons for selling, fall ing health. Would take small ranch or city property. Address Box 929, Twin Falls, Idaho. residence. SALE)—Modern would cost now $7500.00 to build. A bargain for quick sale. A. R. Ander son, 653 2nd Avenue North. FOR FOR SALE—Blacksmith shop with garage in connection, equipped, well stocked, good business. Will sacrifice if sold Immediately. N. O. Kempton, Hansen. Electrically FOR SALE—A few pure bred white Leghorn cockerels. W. E. Wal lace, % mile south, % mile east of southeast corner of Twin Falls. See our used Cara and get our prices before buying.—Lanbenheim Motor Sales. FOR SALE — Windshields, head lights and window glass. Phone 21. Moon's Shop, near post office. FOR SALE—57 acres, close in $200 per acre. Terms. E. A. Moon. FOR SALE!—Mules, 4 years old, well broke; also good team young horses. 1 mile west depot. S. S. Neher. FOR SALE)—My home. Two acres, well improved. On gravel road. High land View addition. Near Flag farm. L. W. Greathouse. FDR SALE—One new piano, cheap for cash or will exchange for good car Will pay cash difference If any. R. P. Smith, Phone 537-R-3. FOR SALE)—High grade piano. Can be seen at Grossman & Ernes, 126 Second avenue east. Price $175. Re sponsible party can pay all next fall , f Interested write II. P. Chaffee. 118 A South Johnson street, Los Angeles, California. FOR SALE)—Cheap—-A Dodge tour ne car In good running order. Has ust beep overhauled, brood sows and gilts; also some 6 row seed Barley.— M. H. Gamble. 314 miles south of Steel Bridge. Poland China FOR SALE— Excelsior Motor Cycle nearly Times Address "D" new care FOB PAT F—A tractor and 3-hottom plow. C. FT. DoTle. Phone 798 or 734-R F n F PATF — White Wyandotte cockerels from nriro winning stock Fe-e-s a'fpr March 15th. Mrs. B F McPherson. Filer. Idaho. FOR SALE—2 h. p. John Deere en gine, deep well, heavy working head. One-half price. Slightly used. Don't pump by hand. Kewanee Western Supply Co. 393 South Main. FOR SALE—18 colonies bees. Full equipment for 75 colony apiary. C. V. True, Murtaugh, Idaho. FOR SALE—Rooming house for sale Call 402W. FOR SALE—Plastered house on 5th avenue east. Easy terms. Call at 252 Main east. FOR SALE—Yearling heifer. Of good stock. Call at 423 6th street north. ALFALFA SEED FOR SALE — Grown In Bruneau valley, extra se lect, state test 99.70 per cent. Ship ment from Mountain Home. W. Scott Anderson, Boise. Idaho. * FOR SALE OR TRADE — Nice 5 acre tract in Moorman addition, V» mile north of Lincoln school. 4-room house, city water and lights, stable and chicken house, fruit of all kinds. Will take Twin Falls house and lot as part payment. Mrs. W. E. Palmer. Twin Falls, Idaho. FDR KENT FOR RENT—Furnished front room Bath connection. March 1. 311 6th east. FOR RENT—We still have a couple of farms for rent near Buhl on which we have contracted to build, and now have time to show you. Will lease for three years for share rent. Dammam 205 7th aneue north, phone 534J. Edwin FOR RENT—80 acres near Eden, crop or cash rent. Fanner, care Times FOR RENT—Room with board, close in. Phone 271W. Nice furnished room, 215 3rd avenue FOR RENT electric heat, bath, north. Phone 347J FOR RENT—Two large furnished rooms, 251 Fifth avenue east. FOR RENT—Two or three room apartments for light housekeeping Modern conveniences. Oxford rooms, 428 Main avenue north. FOR RENT—Pleasant, comfortable leeping rooms from $2.50 per week up. 428 Main avenue north. The Oxford. WANTED WANTED—Your dressmaking, re modelling, tailoring or mending for both gentlemen and ladies. Room 7 "Cotillion Hall." WANTED—By man and wife work on ranch, have no children, 21 years of experience irrigation farming. 437 4th avenue west. Twin Falls. J. L. Boehm. i WANTED—Man between 25 and 45 for permanent position with Estab lished Life Insurance company. Man capable of earning $2500 per year. Ex perience not necessary. Training giv en free. rapid promotion. Address W. I. Fras er, Superintendent, Missoula, Montana. Splendid opportunity with Paper Mill Work At Camas, Washington. Permanent work for steady men over eighteen years old. No experience necessary. Married men preferred. All inside jobs now filled but can still use some men on outside work on construction and in yard. Lowest wages $3.10 for nine hours. Good chance for advancement since vacan cies on inside work, eight-hour shift work and other higher paid work are filled from outside crews. Can also use carpenters at $3.80 to $4.20. Strike not yet declared off but mill running smoothly and without trou ble and over 725 men on pay roll. Board and lodging can be obtained at $6.00 to $8.00 per week depending upon location. Camas is on main line of S. P. & S. railroad about twenty-four miles from Portland, Oregon, and about fifteen miles from Vancouver, Washington. Jitney service to Vancouver; half hour electric service Vancouver to Portland; two boat lines Camas to Portland: fare on one twenty-five cents; other fifty cents. Cut out this ad and apply in person at Camas office or Room 609 Oregon building. Portland, and you will be given job if able bodied even if all vacancies are then filled. This applies for limited time only. WANTED—Position as housekeeper or cook In hotel. "H." care Times. WANTED—To rent small store Main street, with small basement. on wareroom or Will give lease for term of years on right location. "X. Z." care Times. WANTED—Man and wife without children to work on ranch. L. G. Hill. Phone 1902, Filer, Idaho. WANTED—More people to shovel full of coal each day. do it, if you will use Castle Gate company save a You can Home Lumber Phone 34. Coal WANTED—Man with family wishes position on ranch. Best of references. Address R. A. M. care Times. WANTED—Clover seed all the round panv yea i The Alherf Dickinson Com Phone 106, Twin Falls. Idaho WANTFD—Practical nursing. Miss Martha WHtsman, 665 6th Ave. E. at WANTEIW-Man and wife to work on farm. Man to do general farm work, wife to lake charge of house work. Phone 25J-R-2 Buhl. WANTED—To rent five-acre tract close in. Call or write, 423 6th street north. WANTED—Dressmaking and ladies tailoring. Mrs. Paulin, 403 2nd north. WANTED—Farm hand, experienced In Irrigation. 8 months, good wages. Address C'.C. Starr, Bassano, Alberta, Canada. MALE HELP WANTED Make more money. Hold present job, sell popular fast si lling oil stocks evenings; work anywhere, city or country. Write Ben son Investment Company, 373 S. Main St., Salt Lake City. Utah. WANTED TO RENT—80 to 160 acres of land. Eleven, years experi ence on Twin Falls tract. Address R. W Care Times. WANTED—An experienced bicycle repair man. Call on Seal Auto Co. FOR TRADE OH EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE! 320 acres good land for four lots in Twin Falls. Phone B37-R-3. FOR TRADE—7-room house for smaller house. Address "B, S." care of Times. LOST AND FOUND FOUND—2 keys in front of First National hank. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. LOST—On street, a small box con taining two small rings, two necklaces, lady's gold watch and chain. Finder please notify Model Cafe and receive reward. LOST—Black bull pup, white face, and feet. Responds to name of Billy. Reward. Finder notify Times. MISCELLANEOUS PIANO LESSONS—Given to begin ners by Miss Lisle Varney, 406 Main Avenue North, The cheapest fuel known to prac tical science Is manufactured by the famous Domestic Gas Maker (out of common coal oil) which can be In stalled in any cooking stove or range Be sure to see the Domestic Gas Maker demonstrated at 232 Soutli Main. For information and Instruc tions inclose addressed stamped en velope. $1.00 WILL BE GIVEN to each of several school boys who will deliver copies of the Curtis pub lication to customers. Only school boys—clean, gentlemanly and ambi tious—need apply. The $1.00 is in addition to liberal cash profits and many other advantages. Apply to David D. Avord, Jr., 362 Sixth avenue north, Twin Falls, Idaho. NOTICE To All Whom It, May Concern : Notice is hereby given, that there will be held an annual meeting of the stockholders of the MILNER-TWIN PALLS LAND AND WATER COM PANY, at the office of the company, in the City of Milner, County of Twin Palls, State of Idaho, on the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1918, at 11 o'clock a. in., for the purpose, among other things, of electing directors for said ompany. Dated February 19th, 1918. Milner-Twin Falls Land & Water Co. By D. B. MOORMAN, Secretary. 2-19, 2L 24, 26. 28. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Kenneth McLeod, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned J. S, Bussell, the adminis trator of the estate of Kenneth Mc Leod, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them .with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said J. S. Bussell at the office of Walters & Hodglns, First National Bank building, Twin Falls, County of Twin Falls, state of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated February 7, 1918. J. S, BUSSELL. Administrator. 2-12-19-26; 3-5 AttheA u u « m • 1 r ss ■J 'it It* * ■ i / mommm ''MECHANICS Ms, MAGAZINE - 360 ARTICLES " 36oTlUSTRAI10NS BETTER THAN H SEVSEIR I 15c a copy At Your Newsdealer Yearly Subscription $1.50 Send for our new free cat alog of mechanical hooka Popular Mechanics Magazine 6 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago I LAND We Soll I,mills Strictly on ( oui mission WALLING «V WALLING Nampa, Idaho Dealers in Irrigated Lands Few of Onr Hartfalns, Choice Farms, Hairy and Hog Ranches No. 100. 40 acres, tine land, 3 1-2 miles out. Pioneer Water, located on good road, running water for stock 1 year around. $3500, Terms, one-third cash, balance 5 years. 7 per cent. No. 101. 80 acres, 1-2 alfalfa, Pio neer Water, 3 1-2 miles out, running water for stock, only $0000, terms, one-third cash, balance 6 years, 7 per ! cent interest. No. 102. 80 acres, all in cultivation. | fenced hog tight, near electric cal line, has Pioneer Water, only $13."» per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years j 7 per cent interest. No. 103. 40 acres tine land, 2 miles out. only $100 per acre, one-third cash, j balance 5 years at 7 per cent. No. 104. 120 acres, part in cultiva- i tion. Has buildings, etc., near car j line. $100.00 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent. No. 105. 40 acres fine land near Meridian, has N. Y. Water, land all in cultivation, $103.50 per acre, one third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent. No. 106. 40 acres, near R. R. sta tion, Pioneer Water. $100 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent. No. 107. 160 acres, N. Y. Water. deep well (400 feet) wind mill and tank, 4-room house, etc., 100 acres in j alfalfa, $140 per acre, one-third cash, i balance 5 years at 7 per cent. No. 108. 120 acres, all in cultiva tion, GO acres in alfalfa, house, barn, etc. $125 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent interest. No. 109. 160 acres, all in cultiva tion, fenced hog tight, 30 acres alfalfa, house, barn, etc., fine deep well, lo cated 3 miles out, running water year around, a fine dairy and stock ranch. $135 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent interest. No. 110. 80 acres, all in cultivation, lays tine, good soil. Pioneer Water, 2 X-2 miles out, $150 per acre, one third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent interest. No. 111. 100 acres, fine land, all in good state of cultivation, Pioneer Water, on good road, 3 1-2 miles out. has running water for stock year around. $140 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years, 7 per cent interest. No. 112. 141 acres, fine tract of land. 3 1-4 miles out. $100 per acre, one-fourth cash, balance 5 years, 7 per cent interest. No. 113. 80 acres, lays fine, mostly in alfalfa, well fenced, 3 1-2 miles out, Pioneer Water, $135 per acre, one-third cash, balance 6 years, 7 per cent interest. No. 114. 160. mostly in alfalfa, land lays fine, well fenced, 3 miles out, Pioneer Water, good house, barn, granary, deep well. etc. $145 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent interest. No. 116. 80 acres, all in cultivation, Pioneer Water, 3 1-2 miles out. $135 per acre, one-third cash, balance 5 years at 7 per cent interest. No. 116. 80 acres on Deer Plat, part in alfalfa and clover, buildings,, shade trees, etc., fine soil, 1 mile frOm school. Terms at $9000.00. No. 117. 36 acres, well improved, 7 room house, fine shade, fruit, etc., near school, Pioneer Water. Terms, $7500.00. No. 118. 100 acres, choice land In high state of cultivation, located on Deer Flat, easy terms, $200.00 per acre. No. 119. 80 acres, 50 in cultivation, house, barn, etc., near school, terms at $6800.00. No 120. 108 acres, all in cultiva tion, 55 acres in alfalfa and clover, N. Y. Water, good 8-room house, woven wire fencing, easy terms, $16,500.00. No. 121. 80 acres, mostly in alfalfa and clover, land lays well, located on Deer Plat. $15.200.00. Terms, one half cash, balance mortgage. No. 122. 80 acres, all in cultivation, 50 acres in alfalfa and clover, house, barn, etc., terms, at $150 per acre. No. 123. 40 acres, well improved, large house, land mostly in alfalfa, lo cated 2 1-2 miles out. Terms, $7500.00 No, 124. 80 acres, near electric car line, land mostly in alfalfa , good buildings, terras one-half cash, bal ance mortgage. Price $160.00 per acre. No. 126. 25 acres, fine land, near town. Pioneer Water, one-halt cash, balance 3 years, 7 per cent interest. Price $3500.00. No 126. 160 acres, mostly In alfal fa, large house, good new barn, two blue grass pastures, running water year around for stock, fine laying farm, Pioneer Water. Easy terms at $150.00 per acre. No. 127. 20 acres in alfalfa, 3 1-4 miles out. $2500.00. No. 128. 23 acres, well Improved. 6-room house, deep well, near car line, Pioneer Water, terms one-half cash. Price $5000.00. No 129. 40 acres on Deer Flat, mostly in alfalfa, fenced hog tight. Terms $1000.00 cash, balance time, 7 per cent interest. Price, $4500.00 No. 130. 45 acres, in cultivation, lays fine, good land, orchard in bearing, lo cated on sanded road, only 1 1-2 miles out from center of town. Easy terms, $175 per acre. No. 131. 200-acre stock ranch, well improved, land mostly in hav, free water, only $16.000. Terms, No. 132. 20 acres, mostly in alfalfa, house, barn. etc.. 3 1-4 miles out Terms at $2200.00. No. 133. 10 acres, all in alfalfa, terms at $1350 00 No. 134 ' Five, Ten and Twenty acre tracts near town, sold on easy terms. Choice Residence Properties in all r ar,S ° f th " 'SJSL** These prices are Subject to Change I Without Notice. Write or Cal. on WALLING AND WALLING The Old Reliable Real Estate Dealers i Established 188«. Nampa, Idaho. BÜTTERWRAPS Printed at The Times Offi ce ! For MORE HEAT at LESS COST use CASTLE GATE COAL HOME LUMBER & COAL CO. Phone 34 LEGAL PUBLICATIONS Department of the Interior, TJ. S. Land office at Hailey. Ida., Jan. 28, jçng. SERIAL NO. 018954 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Notice is hereby given that Georg« H. McVay, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on December 14, 1915, made Home stead entry Serial No. 018954, for tb* SVè. Section 1, Township 16 South, Range 16 Bast, Boise Meridian, ha* filed notice of intention to make final! three-year proof, to establish claim bo the land above described, before C. C. Siggins, United States commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 2Sth day of March, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses; Alma Jeff, Frank A. Purdy, Alma S. Lee, Arthur F. Westley, all of Rog erson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register 1-31; 2-5-7-12-14-19-21-26-28. Serial No. 021232. NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, Janu ary 23, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Herbert C. Mason, of Eden, Idaho, who, on December 11, 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 021232, for SE)4 NTP4, Section 30, Township 9 South, Range 19 East. Boise Meridian, has 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 Johanson and James C. Knott, all of Eden, Idaho. Department of the Interior, U. S. j ! ' an <J office at Hailey Idaho. Febru I ar >' 8, 1918. I Notice is hereby given that Otto W i Munich, of Hansen. Idaho, who, o% 1 Ju,y 12 - 1916 - made Homestead Entry. j No. 019331, for SW% NE%; WH SE% Sec,ion 26 - Township 10 South. Range I® East. Boise Meridian, has filed no '! ce of Intention to make Commuta J OB prB0 ^' to establish claim to the ~ nd . abo *f ®f c o? e , d ' b ® fore c - " 8 Twrn n, ^,s S So.^n"r°^ „ witnesge8 . Claimant^ameo ^witnesses. BEN R, GUAY. Register. 1-29-31; 2-5-7-12-14-19-21-26. Serial No. 017533. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, January 25, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Ezra Hershby, of Murtaugh, Idaho, who. on May 21, 1916, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 017533, for E% NWVi. NEVi SWy 4 , Section 31, Township 11 South, Range 20 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim lo tile land above described, before C. C. Siggins. U. S. Commissioner, at Twia Palls, 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. Serial No. 015190. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, January 25, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Adalas kl D. Sartwell, of Rogerson, Idaho, who, on May 2. 1914, made Homestead Entry. Serial No. 015190, for E% SW %, SB%, SW)4 NE%, Section 6, SW Vt SW%, Section B. Township' 1« 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 for C. C. Siggins, U. S. Commissioner, at Twin Falls, Idaho, on the 21st day of March. 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Beryl S. Kunkel, John C. Smith, Al~ phus Greene, and Claiborne M. Acuff, all of Rogerson, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 1-29-31; 2-5-7-12-14-19-21-26. Serial No. 019331. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Ilinrs. William O. Foster, and Merle M. New ton. all of Hansen, Idaho. BEN R. GRAY, Register. 2-12-14-19-21-26-28; 3-5-7-12. ATTENTION D. 11. Peck & Co- Phone 432-W. Emil Trees. Small Emit Plants, Shade and Orna menial Trees. Flower ing Shmhs, Tines. Perpetual and Climbing Roses—207 8th Are. Em Twia Falls, Idaho.