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I 6566
6557
6558
^Correspondence
PROSPERITY.
6559
6560
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6562
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6568
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6570
6571
1
Church services were held at the
Lutheran church the 24th of November
by Rev. G. L. Sprattler.
Miss Bertha Sprattler and Leonard
Sprattler returned home from Aber
deen last Saturday to spend Sunday
with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ills entertained
the following for Thanksgiving dinner
«Sr. and Mrs. M. L. Adolf, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Huva and Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Kaul.
Chris Mayer from Pocatello spent
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John
Dochter last week.
Miss Elizameth Dille and Miss Rose
Dille returned from their home last
Sunday after spending their Thanks
giving vacation there.
Mrs. George Frank from Iowa and
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Frank front Aber
deen spent last Sunday afternoon with
Rev. and Mrs. G. L. Sprattler.
Jacob Schwelgest is severely ill at
his home. Mr. Schweigest has been
11 for several months.
The snow and rain which fell last
week gave the ground plenty of mois
ture and if the weather keeps nice for
several days the wheat will sure come
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6573
6574
6575
6576
6577
6578
6579
up.
WITH HOME-FOLKS IN BOISE.
Miss Goldie Drake of American Falls
and Miss Mabel Edholm, who Is now
teaching at Gooding, were guests one
day last week at the home of Mrs.
Foster Lamm.
Ben K rami ich and Loren Runnion
were dinner guests last Sunday at
S&m Kramlich's home. Mr. Ben Kram
lick returned last week from Enter
prise, Oregon. He brought back with
him his little four-year old son, Ber
nard.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kemper, parents
of Ray Kemper, who livee out on the
"Bench" and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cox,
left Thanksgiving day by auto for
their home in Rockland after a week's
with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kemper.
Mrs. Cox is Mrs. Kemper's sister.
Mts. Farn worth and son, Howard,
and Mrs. Louise Wÿble were dinner
guests at the Kampf home on Thanks
giving Day.
Boise weather still remains "fair
and warmer" with occasional showers.
The lawns are pretty and green, and
occasional rose-buds are still in evi
dence.
Mrs. Foster Lamm and her sister
Miss Cronkhite were guests at a
Thanksgiving dinner last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson
of Caldwell. Mr. Lamm did not get
home until the first of this week.
V]
Legals
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
^ AT PRIVATE SALE.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OP POW
ER COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO.
In the Matter of the Estate of William
Martin Denning, Deceased.
Under authority of an order of sale
granted by the Probate Court of Power
County, State of Idaho, dated Decem
ber 6th, 1921, I will sell at private sale
the following described real estate:
The Bast half of the Northeast quar
ter, the Northeast quarter of the South
east quarter of Section twenty, and
the Northwest quarter of the South
west quarter of Section twenty-one,
T<M> nshlp nine South, Range thirty
four East, Boise Meridian ; and one
Case tractor.
The sale will be made or or after
January 3rd, 1922, and bids will be re
ceived at the office of the Probate
Judge, at American Falls, Power Coun
ty, Idaho.
Terms of sale: Cash.
25.00
... 25.00
.... 25.00
42.95
9.30
9 30
3.30
9.30
9.30
3.30
9.30
9.30
9.30
3.30
3.30
3.30
3.30
3.30
3.30
3 30
6.60
9 60
3.30
FLOYD DENNING,
Administrator of the Estate of
William Denning, Deceased.
Dated December 6 th, 1921.
12-9 12-16
COMMISSIONERS MEETING
(Continued From Last Week)
6527 E. J. Saling, Salary . 270.00
6528 DeWitt G. Brown, Salary 300.00
6629 Pani Matheopal, salary 66.00
24.00
15.00
6530 John Matson. Salary.
6531 Tom Robus, Salary.
6532 R. W. Peterson, Salary
Health Officer .
6533 E. C. England. Salary
Health Officer
6534 E. E. Zaring, Salary
Health Officer
6535 Mt. States Tel. Co., Tele
phone Bill .
6536 Emil Gessel, Juror Cert.
6537 Myrle Hunt, Juror Cert.
6538 R. B. Greenwood, Juror
Cert.-..
<6539 Ben Adolf, Juror Cert.
6540 W. T. Scrimsher. Juror
Cert. .—.-.-.—.
6541 Cloid Sprigg, Juror Oert
6543 T. H. Dalve, Juror Cert
6543 P. G. Hanson. Juror Cert
6544 Frank Parr, Juror Cert
6545 F. D. Durkee. Juror Cert
...*..-.
6546 Ben Sprague. Juror Cert
6547 Ed. Drenner, Juror Cert
'6548 R. A. Albert, Juror Cert.
6549 Bert Hager, Juror Cert
6550 C. Schmidt. Juror Cert
6551 Frank Peacock, Juror
Cert---—
Earl Hooker. Juror Cert
6553 H. T. Stangen Juror Cert
9.30
Bylngton, Juror
6554 J. H.
C^ft_
6355 Henry C. Ringe. Juror
Cert. —
6650
6651
6652
6653
6566 F. D.Durkee. Juror Cert.
6557 C. G Bartlett, Juror Cert.
6558 L. D. Atkins, juror Cert
6.30
10.80
6.30
6559 M. A. Lorenzen. Juror
Cert. ____
6560 F. L. Cunningham, Juror
Cert...
6561 Elmer Beuton. Juror
Cert.—.—.
6562 A. B. Anderson, Juror
Cert...—.—
6563 C. C. Crake, Juror Cert. 9 60
6564 G. W. Angelly, Juror
Cert.
6565 J. R. Kemper. Juror Cert 15.60
6566 Chas. Stitt, Juror Cert. 6.30
6567 Ed. Cronkhite, Juror Cert. 6.30
6568 E. E. Geesey, Juror Cer. 4.50
6569 J. W. Scott, Juror Cert. 3.30
6570 Frank Menzel, Juror Cert. 4.50
6571 John J. Martens, Juror
1 Cert.
7.80
7.20
6654
6656
6.30
8.40
10.00
10.80
8.40
7.80
104.10
82.50
6.00
12.00
12.00
6.30
3.00
2.25
10.00
10.00
9.00
6.90
a so
4.80
6572 Geo. H. Hanson, Wit.Cer.
Joe Dawson .
6573 J. 1. Allen, Juror Cert.
6574 Rol Kildew, Juror Oert. 10.50
6575 Earl Cooper, Wit. Cert.
Justice Court ...
6576 Geo. Firkins, Wit. Cert.
Justice Court .
6577 First National Bank, Am.
Falls Press .
6578 First National Bank, Am.
Palls Press .
6579 First National Bank, Le
roy Hutchinson .
6580 First National Bank, J. F.
Cobb .
6581 First National Bank, 9. E.
Bingaman .
6582 First National Bank, Wit
Cert. W. T. Schrlmsher.
6583 First National Bank, Jur
or Cert. L. Comstock.
6584 First National Bank,
Geo. Horst ...
6586 First National Bank, F.
Bishoff .
6686 First National Bank, Ken
neth Wayliett ...
6587 First National Bank, L.
E. Frodsham .
6688 First National Bank, J. E.
Hunter .
6589 First National Bank. Oli
ver Hutchinson .
6590 First National Bank, J.
E. Bade .
6591 First National Bank, Fred
Wiliams .
6692 First National Bank, T.
G. Rowe .
6593 First National Bank,
Robt. Share .
6694 First aNtlonal Bank, Ken
neth Waylett ..
6595 First National Bank, F.
Bishoff .
6596 First National Bank,
Liinne Erickson .
6597 First National Bank, Ed.
Brandt .
6598 First National Bank,
Merion Crump .
6599 First National Bank, An
ton Wraspir.
6600 First National Bank, Tom
Price
6601 First National Bank, A.
W. Stamper .
6602 First National Bank, Hy.
Secrist .-.
6603 First National Bank, Andy
Classen ...-.
6604 First National Bank, Geo.
Galloway .•.....
6605 First National Bank, C.
Rfldkc . . ..
6606 First National Bank, Andy
Johnson ..
6607 First National Bank, J.
M. Armstrong .
6608 First National Bank, G.
M. Oliver ...
6609 First National Bank,
James Sherman .
6610 First National Bank, R. L.
Goss ...
6611 First National Bank, C.
E. Drenner .
6612 First National Bank. Har
ling Poling .
6613 First National Bank, Jno.
Fanning . 11.00
6614 T. H. Morrell, Expenses 475.80
42.78
a
7.80
3.30
4.20
4.50
12.60
4.00
4.00
12.00
14.00
13.25
9.00
14.00
■■
re
7.00
12.00
3.30
9.30
3.30
A 20
9.30
9.30
9.30
4.20
7.80
7.00
6616 Goldie Drake, Expenses
6616 Capital News Pub. Co.
Supplies.
6617 Syms-York Co., Supplies
for Co. Supt. .
6618 John W. Graham & Co.,
Supplies for Co. Supt.
6619 John W. Graham & Co.
Supplies for Oo. Supt.
6620 Frank Barnard, Auto trip
with Co. Supt. 36.00
6621 Press Pub. Co., Printing 614.90
6622 S. N. Morris & Co.. Sup
plies for indigent.-.
6623 Syms-York Co., Supplies
for Treasurer .
6625 Syms-York Co., Supplies
for Auditor .
6626 Syms-York Co., Supplies
tor Assessor .
6627 R. S. Anderson, Special
Prosecutor
6628 Lida - Belle Hauschildt,
Stamped envelopes.
9.30 6629 May Oliver, Work for
Auditor .J
30 6630 Irvin Allred. Special
elisor .....
3.30 6631 Ellen Bngstrom, Assist
ing Co. Treasurer .
9.30 6632 Frankel Carbon & Ribbon
Co., Carbon Paper —
9.30 6633 R. O. Jones. Expenses
6634 Peter Nelson. Applying
3.30 squirrel poison .
6635 Crompton Carbon & Rib
9.30 bon Oo , Supplies tor Ca Atty. • 8.07
S63E Fall Creek Merc. Co.. Sup
9.30 plies for Indigent .—.
6637 Fall Creek Merc. Co. Sup
9.30 plies for indigent .
6638 Dr. R. F Noth. Expenses
J}. 8 . Mayer - -
6639 O. F Crowley, Expenses
3.30 tor quarter
6640 World Book Oo.. Card
3.30 cabinet for Co. Supt. ..
6641 Frank Barnard. Auto trip
3.30 with Co. 9upt--
6642 H. Secrist. Serving sub
3.30 poenas
6643 C. Lee French, BUI for
3.30 meals tor prisoners -
6644 Evans Merc. Co.. Coal.
3.30 6645 H Secrist, Serving war
rants of arreet--—
30 6646 8 H. McCullough. Fees
6647 Leader Hdw. Co , Repair
6.60 wv*rk on furnace ..
6648 Oiiver-McKown Hdw. Co.
60 Supplies for cleaning
6649 Lida - Belle Hauschildt.
3.30 Refund tax cert. R. H.
of
59.90
39.00
27.50
7.00
24.45
14.55
167.95
24.25
. 25.00
69.05
. 68.00
11.60
106.00
.... 15.00
15.00
.... 20.00
40.34
..„ «7.7»
34.05
9.30
79.50
11.51
27.60
3.85
3.35
17.10
95.00
.... 17.76
.... 41.40
483.53
tend,
day
. 28.21
Qoehun ._.
6650 Lida -< Belle HjauschUdt
Refund for tax. cert. R. H.
Goshun ..*
6651 C. Lee French, Service as
Baliff .-..—
6652 Win. J. Travis, Fees - 122.00
6653 E. J. Saling, Supplies for
indigent .
65.29
18.00
l?-2
7.56
6654 E. J. Saling. Expenses
for quarter ..._.-.
6655 W. L. Oliver, Expenses
for quarter .
6656 Geo. H. Hanson. Expenses
■for quarter .-.
7.20
IN
460.03
217.37
6657 First National Bank.
Christ Christensen .
6658 First National aBnk. Wal
ter LaRue .
6659 Mvs. Edna Hanson, Meals
for prisoners ...
6660 Falls Pharmacy, Perl
Scrimsher.
6661 Falls Pharmacy, Supplies
for Co.
66662 Chas. T. Cotant. Ex
penses for quarter.
6663 Carl Johnson, Building
chimney sherif's office.
6664 Scott Bailey, Juror cert.
D. T. Farnham.
6665 J. E. Evans, Auto hire .. 6.40
6666 Wm. W. Howard, looking
after pupils absent from
school .
6667 Underwood Typewriter
Co., New Machine .
6669 C. Lee French, Expenses
6670 E. C. England, Witness
certificate .
6671 R. W. Peterson, Expenses
6672 E. C. England, Expenses
Rockland Telephone Line Refund—
E. P. Kalp of the Mountain States
Telephone Co., appeared before the
Board asking for a refund of the Rock
land Telephone Line In amount of
1108.00, which request was denied by
the Board.
Reclamation Appropriation—
M. M. Myers appeared ' before the
Board of Commisloners asking for an
appropriation to be given the Recla
mation Service to be expended by the
Idaho Reclamation Association.
This request was in accordance with
petition 'filed regarding said appropria
tion.
12.30
9.30
Clain.
To
tional
plaint
the
for
in
forty
40.95
2.20
36.23
103.68
23.00
4.80
15.00
77.50
73.16
you
you
the
you
the
by
and
of
A.
14.00
20.00
10.00
C
I.i
After due consideration the Board
granted an appropriation of $500.00.
Indigent—
R. O. Jones appeared before the
Board regarding several indigents of
Power County.
It was ordered that G. S. Mayer be
given a warrant for $30.00 to apply on
rent to Flora Baugh.
The request by Judge Jones for aid
to Mrs. J. C. Simpson was denies as
was also the request of Mrs. Lyman
Barnard. v
Epidemic Investigation —
It was ordered that Dr. R. F. Noth
be advised to investigate an apparent
epidemic at Emmitt Lee's resident in
Arbon Valley.
Dr. Noth being present acted in ac
cordance with the order.
Commitment of 3. D. Isaak—
It was order that R. O. Jones issue
a commitment for one John D. Isaak.
Widow's Tax Exemption—
It was ordered that the 'following
widows be allowed tax exemption in
amount opposite their names.
Mrs. E.
Mrs. Fran
Mrs. Jennie Zink
Mrs. J. C. Simpson
Mrs. Jos. Alien ..
Cancellation of Tax—
It was ordered that Certificate No.
3782 and No. 3391 be cancelled and
warrant issued to the County Treas
IN
tiff,
his
in
In
D.
the
of
to
$ 980.00
. 1 , 000.00
1 , 000.00
.. 1 , 000.00
1 , 000.00
E va ns
w ]
IlCl.H
Davies
20
urer for same.
It was ordered that Certificate No.
3926 and 3920 in the name of Vance be
cancelled and refund made in
This amount had been paid
dollars.
to the Tax Colector owing to the fact
erroneously placed on the
same was
tax roll and the Final Certificate has
never been approved by the Governor.
Cancellation of Warrant*—
It Is hereby ordered that the follow
ing current expense warrant be can
celled: Nos. 3765, 3780 3788, 3946.
3948, 4336, 3838, 4411.
Reports—
The following reports were sub
mitted and approved:
C Lee French, Auditor.
Lydta-Belle Hauschildt, Treasurer.
G H. Hanson, Sheriff.
W. L. Oliver. Deputy Sheriff.
E. J. Saling, Deputy Sheriff.
Wm. J. Travis. Justice of Peace.
S. H. McCullough. Justice of Peace
R. O. Jones, Probate Judge.
There being no further business to
before the Board at this time.
8.07
7.00
come
they adjourned, sine, die.
E. E. ZARING,
Chairman
C. LEE FRENCH,
Clerk.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OK
CREDITORS.
In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter Of James W. May and |
Sam S. May, as May & Son, Bankrupts |
To The Creditors of the Above-Named |
Itanrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
16th day of Nov. 1921, the said Jarhes
W May and 8am S. May as May &
Son, was duly adjudicated bankrupts,
and that the first meeting of his ere
dHors will be held at my office, No.
308 East Center Street, in the city of
Pocatello, Idaho, on the 15th day of J
Dec., 1921, at ten o'clock A. M., at
which time the said creditors may at
tend , prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupts and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting
Dated at Pocatello, Idaho, this 30th
day Of Nov., 1921.
11.60
15.00
15.00
20.00
40.34
«7.7»
34.05
E. C. WHITE,
Referee In Bankruptcy
79.50
12-2 12-9
11.51
NOTICE OP FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of Frank A. Zlek.
Bankrupt
To the Creditors of the Above-Named
Bankrupt:
Notice is htreby given that cm the
27.60 4 th day of Nov., 1921, the said Frank
3.85 a. Ziek. was duly adjudicated a bank
rupt. and that the first meeting of his
3.35 creditors will be held at my office.
No. 308 East Center Street, in the city
17.10 of Pocatello. Idaho, on the 15th day of
Dec.. 1921. at ten o'clock A. M„ at
which time the said creditors may at
95.00
17.76
41.40
483.53
ber
no
weight
tend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt and
transact such other bustnes as may
properly come before said meeting.
Dated at Pocatello, Idaho this 30th
day of Nov., 1921.
11-1S
E. C. WHITE.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
l?-2 12-9
IN
E.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO IN AND
FOR POWER COUNTY.
Utah Mortgage Loan Corporation, a
corporation, Platlntifff
L.
Idaho,
name
chine
State
State
in
ment
and
tion,
said
tiff,
of
the
from
the
fees,
ants,
or
and
Hen,
ter
and
the
in
est
the
the
ut
Benjamin W. McClain, Gertrude Mc
Clain. Henry Kettler, and Thy First
National Bank of Pocatello, Idaho, a
corporation, Defendants.
The State of Idaho Sends Greetings
To Benjamin W. McClain, Gertrude
McClain. Henry Kettler. The First Na
tional Bank of Pocatello, Idaho, a cor
poration, The above named defendants.
You are hereby notified that Com
plaint has been filed against you In
the District Court of the F'fth Judicial
District of the State of Idaho in nnd
for the County of Power, by the above
named Plaintiff, and you are hereby
directed to appear and answer the said
Complaint within twenty days after
service of this Summons if served with
in said judicial district, and within
forty days if served else a hero; and
further notified thut uuless
you are
you so appear and answer said com
plaint within the time herein specified,
the Plaintiff will take Judgment aglnst
you as prayed, In said complaint
This Action is brought to foreclose
the lien of two certain mortgages se
curing the payment of two certain
promissory notes heretofore executed
by defendants, Benjamin W. McClain
and wife, Gertrude McClain, in favor
of the Plaintiff herein.
Witness my hand and seal of ssid
District Court this 21 day of November
A. D. 1921.
(SEAL)
C. LEE FRENCH, Clerk
By JEJ8SIE E. TORRANCE,
Deputy
Peterson & Coffin,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Pocatello, Idaho.
C W. Dunn,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
I.i gen, Utah.
in
in
12 2 1-6
NOTICE OF NILE.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO, WITHIN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF POW
ER.
The W. I. Brown Real Estate Mort
gage Company, a corporation, Plain
tiff,
\ ■
Jacob E. Myers, and Minnie Myers,
his wife, Defendants.
Sheriffs Office,
Osunt) Power,
State of Idaho.
Under and by virtue of an execution
in foreclosure, issued out of the above
entitled court on a Judgment and de
rendered, entered and docketed
S.
ns.
cree
In said court in the above entitled ac
tion. on the 26th day of November, A
D. 1921, which said Judgment is for
the sum of $287.70, and barring and
foreclosing the equity of redemption
of the above named defendants in and
to the hereinafter described real pro
perty, upon which BaU judgment ». «
declared to be a spec'fic lien, and
which said writ of execution was di
rected to me, th*i Sheriff of Power
County, Idaho, I have levied up u o the
following described real proporty, to
IN
et
8.
No.
be
the
w't :
The east half of the northwest quar
ter (EVA NWV4), the southwest quar
ter Of the northeast quarter (8W>4
NEVA). the northwest quarter of the
southeast quarter (NWV4 SEVA) and
the northwest quarter of the north
west quarter (NWV4 NlVVA) 0 . Sec
tion twenty-nine 29), In Townsnlp nine
(9) south of range twenty-nine (29)
east of the Boise Meridian, in Idaho,
containing 200 acres; together with all
appurtenances, tenements anil here
di'amcnts thereunto bei "ging, or In
.vrywlse appertaining.
Notice Is Herbey Given.
That I, the said sheriff, wll sell the
abu e described real pro'»e,"y to s. t
'»'» salt 1
to
•1 tmcril and decree, wlOi
;» lb highest bid er for
• 1 . 1 —ful money of tin
S'.iC."«. . iu c auction, on ifitur ' »y.
the 24th day of December. A. D. 1921,
at the hour of ten o'clock in th.i fore
noon of said day, at the front door of
that building used as a court bouse
b> Power County, Idaho, at Ameri
can Falls, in said county and state
Witness my hand, at American Fall*,
this 28th day of November, A. I). 1921.
O. H. HANSON,
Sheriff of Power Countv, Idaho.
W. L. OLIVER, Deputy.
cos'
Un 1
cur
OK
and | ? ' Baird,
| Atty. for Plaintiff,
| Residing at American Kails. Idaho
12-2 1 2 ' 22
the
&
Department of the Interior, U. 8
ere- Land Office at Halley, Idaho, Novern
No. ber 25, 1921
of Notice is hereby given that Richard
of J E. Redner, of American Falls, Id-ho.
at who, on May 29. 1918. made Homestead
at- Entry No. 024048 for lots 13 an a 16.
a Section 16, and who on February 6,
and jjig, made additional entry. No. 024942
may for 8EV4 8WV4, Section 15. Township
9 South, Range 29 East, Boise Merl
30th dtan, has filed notice of Intention to
make Final Three Year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed. before R. O. Jones. Ü. 8. t'om
missloner, at American Falls, Idaho,
on the 10th day of January, 1922.
Claimant names as wltnesse»: Matt
Kulm, Joseph Muelburger, B. Burnes,
Beholder Muelburger, all of American
Fais. Idaho.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC ATION.
OF
Zlek.
the
Frank
bank
his
office.
city
of
at
at
BEN R. GRAY. Register.
12-2 1-6
NOTICE OP HHF.RIKP'H HALE OP
ENTRA Y.
Notice U hereby given that the fol
lowing described animal will be sold
at public auction, to tha highest bid
der for cash, at the J. C. Kulm ranch.
3 miles north and one mfle west of
Roy. at 12 o'clock, Thursday, Decern
ber 29th, 1921.
One Black Mare, about six years old.
no brand visible, white stripe in face,
weight about 1150.
GEORGE HANSON, Sheriff
W. L. OLIVER, Deputy Sheriff.
11-1S 12-9
NOTICE OF SALE IN FORECLOSURE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO. WITHIN
AND 1X1R THE COUNTY OF
POWER.
E. E. White. Plaintiff.
vs.
L. W. Cotant, and his wife, Eva A.
Cotant; D. W. Standrod and M. D.
Naylor, a co-partnership of Pocatello,
Idaho, doing buslneas under the firm
name and style of the Bannock Motor
Company; Consolidated Wagon & Ma
chine Company, a corporation; Evans
State Bank, a corporation; D. J.
Morris and his wife, Ruth Morris, De
fendants.
Sheriff's Office,
Power County, as.
State of Idaho.
Under and by virtue of an Execution
in foreclosure, issued out of the above
entitled court on the fifteenth day of
November, A. D. 1921, upon a judg
ment and decree of said court, entered
and docketed in the above entitled ac
tion, and which is now of record in the
Judgment records of said court, which
said Judment is In favor of the plain
tiff, E. E. White, and against the above
named defendants, and la for the sum
of $3,145.57, with interest thereon at
the rate of seven per cent per annum
from the date of said Jjudgment, and
the further sum of $300.00, attorney's
fees, and costs, taxed at $26.80, and
barring and foreclosing the equity of
redemption of the above named defend
ants, and all those holding under, by
or through them, or any of them, in
and to the hereinafter described real
property, upon which, the said Judg
ment was declared to be a specific
Hen, to-wit:
The east half of the northeast quar
ter (B^ NEK), of section thirty (30),
and the west half of the northwest
quarter (W)l NW14) of section twen
tf-ntne (29), In township ten (10)
south of range thirty-one (31) east of
the Boise Meridian, in Idaho, together
with all tenements, hereditaments and
apurtenances thereunto belonging, or
in anywise appertaining.
Notice Is Hereby Given
That I wil sell at public auction, the
above described property, to the high
est bidder for cash, lawful money of
the United States, to satisfy said Judg
ment and interest and costs, at the
front door of that building used as a
court house by Power County, at
American Falls, Idaho, on Saturday,
the 10th day of December, A. D. 1921,
ut 10 o'clock, A. M.
Witness, my hand, this 15th day of
November. A. D. 1921.
G. H. HANSON, Sheriff.
By W. L. OLIVER,
1-6
OF
Deputy Sheriff.
S. L. Baird,
Atty. for Plaintiff,
American Falls, Idaho.
11-18 12-9
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ALIAS SUMMONS.


IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS
TRI8T OF IDAHO. EASTERN DI
VISION. NO 318.
The United 8tates of America, Plain


tiff.
VH

The Unknown Executors, Adminis
trators, Assigns and Personal Repre- ♦
sentatives of Frank Elliott, Deceased, ♦
et ai, Defendants.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
STATES
To the unknown executors, Admlnls- ♦
trators, Assigns and Personal Reprä
sentatives of Frank Elliot, deceased;
8. J. Swanson, If living or if dead,
his unknown Executors, Administra
tors, Heirs, Succssors and Aaslnga,
and al unknown persona claiming un- +
der or through him; 8 H. Morria; +
Power County, Idaho; H. C. Alle.n, ~
Administrator of the estate of Mary .
A. Abbott, Deceased; Edward L. Bar- w
ringer; Sherley Abbott; the Unknown
Heirs, Successors and Assigna of Mary
A. Abbott, deceased, the above named ♦
defendants.
GREETINO:
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in 19
said court, held at Pocatello, Han-if
nock County in said State and Dis f
trlct of Idaho by the above named f
plaintiff, and you are hereby directed ^
to appear and answer the said eom f
plaint within 20 days of the service
of this summons if served within said
Eastern Division, and within 40 days
If served elsewhere; and you aro fur
ther notified that unless you so ap- ♦
pear and answer said complaint with
in the time herein specified, the plain- ♦
tirr will take judment against yon as O
prayed In said complaint.
Said action is brought for the our
of condemning the following
Lot Six ( 6 ) In Block Ten (10)







6,
to
pose
land
of the Townslte of American Falls In
Power County, Idaho, for the use of
the.Unlted States in connection with
the proposed American Falla Resor
voir.
Honorable Krank 8
Witness the
Dietrich, Judg of said District Court
of the United Blates and the seal ol
said Court affixed at Boise, in said
District this 10th day of November
1921.
(SEAL)
W. D. MCKEYNOLDS,
Clerk.
By PEARL E ZANOER,
Deputy Clerk
J. L. McClear, U. 8. Diet. Atty.,
B. B Stoutemyer,
Residing at Boise. Idaho.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
11-18 12-23
NOTICE OF HALE IN EORF.CLOHIRE
IN THE DISTRICT COCRT OP THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF IDAHO, WITHIN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PROW
ER
The Pacific Savings A Loan Asso
ciation. a corporation, Plaintiff,
vs.
William U Fields; H. C. Wones. and
his wife, Martha Wones; Wones Mort-:
gag* Loan Corporation, a corporation; |
Henry Hose, and bis wife, "Jane Dor'i
Hose, whose true Christian name is to
tbe plaintiff unknown, Deftndanu. |
OP
of
Sheriffs Office.
Power County, ss.
State of Idaho.
I'nder and by virtue of an Execution
in foreclosure, issued out of the above
entitled court on the 14th day of No
vember. A. D. 1921, upon a judgment
and decree of said court, entered and
docketed in the above entitled action,
and is now of record in the Judgment
records of said court, wrhlch said Judg
ment is in favor of the plaintiff, and
against the defendants, and is for the
sum of $6S1.50, with interest thereon
as provided therln, and the further
sum of $76.00 attorney's fees, and costa
Of said action, taxed by said court, at
$44 00, and barring and foreclosing
the equity of redemption of the above
named defendants, and al those hold
ing under or through them, or any
of them, in and to the hereinafter de
scribed real property, upon which said
judgment was declared to be a speci
fic lien, to-wit:
Lots one (1) and two (2) in blook
thirty-seven (37), of the Townslte of
American Falls, Idaho, according to the
plat thereof, filed for record in the of
fice of the County Hecordcr of Oneida
County, Idaho, on the 21st day of July,
1897, and now on file in the office of
the County Recorder or Power County,
Idaho; together with all tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances,
thereunto heolngtng, or in anywise ap
pertaining:
at
of
by
in
of
or
the
Notice la Hereby Given
That I, the said sheriff, will sell the
above described real property, to the
highest bidder for cash, lawful money
of the United States, at public auction,
at the front door of that building used
as a court house hy Power County,
Idaho, at American Falls. In said state,
on Saturday, the 10th day of December,
A. D. 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock
In the forenoon of said da/, to satisfy
said Judgment and decree, together
with interest thereon, and coate.
Witness my hand this l&th day of
November, A. D. 1921.
CL H. HANSON. Sheriff.
By W. L. OLIVER. Deputy.
S. L Baird,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Residing at American Fails, Idaho.
11-18 12-9
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