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WILLYS
KNIGHT
Brooks Overland Co.
415 SOUTH KIMBALL
DIRECTORY
»4 Pr.lM>i.ul rira»
Attorneys
Cleve Oroome
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Caldwell. Idaho
Dr. M. Kirkpatrick
DENTIST
Office room»
I & 12 Commeml
B«nk Bldg
Phone 658.
DK. HUMPH HITS
DENTIST
Diacaoeia hr
T nuM-illamtnation
JtnscB Bldg.
Phone 558
ABSTRACTS
CftBjm Abstract à Title Co.
Eilabliahcd 1892
Incorporated 1900. Abatracta Lo
Insurance, Bonds,
General Trust Business. Caldwell.
Idaho.
ans.
Paul L. Case
LICENSED EMBALMER
FUNERAL DIRECTING
tall night or day—phones 24, 83-J
or 388-R
FURNITURE STORE
606 Main St.
MICK1E, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL
All About the Home Folks
By Charles Sughnw
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Hugh N Caldwell
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Rooms M-14 Little Black
Phone 390
Caldwell. Idaho
8. Ben Dunlap
—LAWYER—
Little Bleck
Caldwell. Idaho
R. B. Scalterdav Alfred F. Stone
Scfttterday à 8ton*
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I. 3. 3. ft 4. Little BIk
Phone 187
Caldewell, Idaho
DRAYAGE ft STORAGE
Milliner Transfer Co.
515 Main St. Phene 461
AFAI.'i $ GKF.ATER MIN
STRELS
,
• lore people vsited the Harvey
greater minstrels last y.ar than
UI ' >r< - * ' x ' il policy of Mr. Har
vey is to render a dollar's worth
amusement for a dollar.
The value of
cment is m.-a
sured l>y the entertainment it gives.
Mitions
am.'is
of theatre patrons have
earned Harvey in connection with
minstrelsy means quality and quanti
\\ hat is easily recognied as
[ty.
i Harvey spirit greets the audience
j the first rise of the curtain:
made to feel designs, enterprise, opti
mism.
one
KWI-II'P K ue-o^L-.- ...
under ;,rd by vîî?ua B <îf'a w*r"t
of KxeruUon issued in the above en
arv e< i9 C -M , ' ! ïnd ,, hv h ^uïhn d ri, d v > in°L F<>br
ed by virtue thereof, an*! by virtue
my office. I will, on the 20th day
l ,a M h of 9 »iiif'di» e »'i 0 t l h °r tw »°a° ° ,oc,
the Court llou».- in th<f city of°c«ld
well. Canyon County. State' of
for*c«iS r thVt%« t ^i„^^lf.rîJ t ., b ,'ua d *Jd
in na id County of Canyon. State
Idaho, described as follows
«!i ,r W * r To»!
North. UangB 4 west of Boise Meridian.
cord Tilg* *40 <;overnmem°8urvey* thereof"
together with U. S Government water
supplied thru the Deer Fiat Uw Une
Canal and Krnal lateral, together with
the tenements, hereditaments, rights.
privileges and appurtenance», and to-1
arether with all rents, issues and profits
of the mort paired property for the pur
ed rn°icii.i* a't-Hon^whlch said" Judgment
»mounts lo the sum of 14,95 85 with
Interesl thereon at 7 per eent per an
num from the 11th day of February
'1924. and together with my coata In
Dated thia 23rd day of February. 1924
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EDW c. S QOODA. I i ah0 -
Orva. M Fox. Poentello, Idah^ PU,y
Attorney for Plaintiff.
20-22-24-26
l\ Tin;
niSTKHT COI RT OF THE
91.\ l-.NTII Jl 1)111 4|, niSTIIICl'
OI THE «TATE OF III 4 HO
IV AM» FOR < A.\VOX
I OI XT Y
Sheriff's Noilee of Sale
World Life Innorsnee Company,
a corporation. 1 'lalntlff.
vs.
Thorns« %. Klein in* nm< I'earl Flem
in*. huabnnd snd vrlfe and Omar
I'rrel and »Lngn *-| |vr I,
ho«hand and wife. The Western
> s I lonnl Hank of t'aldwell. a Na
tional Hnnhina rorporatinn. F. L.
I'rivett and A. H. ( (ambry. Uefend
NI
cp
after every meal
Cleanses month anil
teeth anil aids digestion.
Believes that over
eaten lecllng and acid
month.
Its 1-a-s-t-I-n-g flavor
satisfies the craving lor
sweets.
Wrlglcy's Is double
value In the benefit and
pleasure It provides.
!
V
Smmimd in itê Rarity
Package,
She flavor lasts
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TIME TABLE
, Boise Valley Traction Co
Effective June If, 1922
Southern Division
Car» will leave Caldwell f .t Boi«r 1
via Nampa and Meridian:
7:05 a. m„ 8:30
12:30 p m., 2:30 p m.. 4:? i n. m
5:30 p. m.. 6:30 p. m., 8:30 p and
10:30 p. m.
!C;3( K
a. m
Northern Division
Cart will luve Caldwell for Boise via
Middleton, Star and Eagle:
8:00 a. tn . 9:30 a.
1:30 p. m , 3:30 p m., S;30 p. m 6:30
p m . 7:30 p. m., 9:30 p m , and 11:30
p. nt. (for Star and intermediate noinls
m., 11:3" a. m
Harvey has made minstrel
, just as Edison made history in
I realm of intercommunication, just
: Curtis made history in the realm
aviation, so has R. M Harvey
j history n the realm of minstrelsy,
of
There is
always satsfaction
I pleasure when you go to see
Harvey greater minstrels, the
| lldence that
goes with knowing
| years of experience in providing
j amusement is a positive guarantee
j satisfaction bhind the performers
at
Harvey's minstrels are interesting
because thev are honest: they do
they can do better than any
is
The melodies
arc clean and {resistible it is a
and riot of fun At the
-it tne American
j Mrs. Newlywed (who has
I hfarinff . u .
... hom ,, !.. ^ sw '<'<'lbcart.
m snc — And when
told him 1 was niarned did he
ofbe sorry?'*
: „ .
f ** Cr com P an,on: "Ves. he said
i' vas sorr y—although he didn't
man oersomllv''
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! UPPOIT lITil lV
HMAillrA
lulvUlO
peoplc in the whole world,
dance the
way they feel dancing
should he done and they s : ng
cause they are so full of music
■vill plum bust" if they don't,
show is pure Afro-American
oozing
melody, quivering with dance,
bling over with fun.
theatre Friday, March 21.
Sympathetic
A RE
you listening to the
insistent pounding of Op
portunity? Are you sware of
the fact that the Want-ad
columns of this paper present
some of the best possible op
portunities — opportunities to
buy, to sell or to offer a
service? The cost is com
paratively small when you
consider the excellent results.
I
Th® Caldwell *
Tribune
811 Main St.
Phone 58
WE WILL PAY CASH
FOR YOUR EGGS
EITHER BY DOZENS OR
CASE LOTS
BOISE COLD STOR
AGE COMPANY
304 S. 16th. St.
Jensma Creamery Co.
9th and Arthur
OLD MARCH MARKET
Want«
Egg«-Poultry-Cream
AND PAYS HIGHEST CASH
MARKET PRICE ON
DELIVERY
A. 1. Brook«, Mgr.
Phone 239-J
the
as
of
made
Notus Newa
:
arc spending a few days with
Mr and Mrs Chapman of Weiser
di'iehler Mrs. George Johnston.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hultz
Caldwell visitors on Saturday.
Mrs. George Vanwinkle is spend
irg the week at Kuna with her daugh
ter Mrs. Byron Folwell.
and
the
con
the
of
Mrs. Sarah M. Sayre spent severa
days with old time friends.
The Ke\ F.arl C. Pounds, prison
chaplain, of Boise had charge of
Suudav services in Notus on March
what
other
Thev
Q
Genevieve Hurd was an over night
guest of Myrtle Strong on Monday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Babcock
vistors at the G. G. Pcnson home
Parma Sunday afternoon.
A carload of seed potatoes
The i unloaded here Monday for different
farmers in this community
Oscar Bebb of Sand Hollow
in N'otus Monday on business
1 J. S. Bahcock made a business
to Caldwell on Monday morning
l- N'- B. Carpenter' of Boise
i tn hi , r#ncll in Sanrt Hollow
(Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs Hilda Gale spent the week
lend in \otus.
M i«s Nellie McWilliams of Cald
been "' tdl wa * a F ,,Mt Sunday at the Mark
McClure home east of town
Elinore Roff was a guest at
you home of T 'iriîlr Brack on Monday.
seem . '' r and Mrs C. H. Dietrick
family and Mr. RofT and daughter
Elinore and Elsie motored to Cald
he well on Saturday evening.
'| r - Henry Vinson of Caldwell
" 1 Notus Monday looking after husi
nf ^ j"ter«t s .
rred \onIcwasa Boise vistor Sun
dav
Mr and Mrs Geor « e McCarthy
Homedalc have moved back to
""-'î ° f N '°' 0S '
Mr - N L rarnsh snent several
'Vus in Bose the past week with
friends and relative«
i tua*' hi
L. E. Hodgson. Helen
îean were shopping in Caldwell
^aturdav
?vlur'(lav afternoon Gerald Talbot
celebrated his 13 birthday with a
n .
,v aî •"» home Games were played
end a good lime enjoyed by the hoys
l" 1 "] ,atc in ,be afternoon when
r^ïdiSTof^î 1 Andrew, and
f E ' Kc,, °* ß mo, ° red B< *"
S *'m day n 7 m',.* w C P
> r. and Mrs. W. G. I uifsley
Carina were in Notus Tuesday .iftcr
n0 ^ on husmess.
Mrs. Gus Proctor of Ten Davis
was shopping in Notus Tuesday.
L, E. Small and Carl Petersen were
Caldwell business visitors on Tues
b
they
e
bub
day morning,
Blanche and Maude Powell attend
ed the evangelistic services in Boisi
Monday night.
Joe Charliqui is having his sheep
sheared this week, the shearers ar
riving in Notus on Tuesday after
noon.
Mr Snodgrass of Caldwell is visit
•••ith his daughter Mrs Billings o
Dixie.
Julia McNair of Caldwell is spend
ing this week with Golds Vanwinkle
Tribune Want-Ad« Get Result.
Ilf THR PROBATE COURT OF THE
COI NTY OK CANTON.
ITATR OP IDAHO
In the matter at the aatata •( J, R.
Mct'allam. Drrraarf.
Order to »how cause why Order
Sale of Heal catate should not be made
ir Dennerllne, the admini»
the eetate of J. R. McCollum.
having filed her petition
for an order of sale
estate of eald decedent.
} Norm M»
tratrlx of
deceased,
herein
— .ill of t
__ for the purposes therein set forth.
— j It la therefore ordered by the Judge
— of said Court, that all persons Inter
ested In the estate of said deceased ap
pear before the said Probat# Court
Monday, the 21st day of March. 1924.
at ten o'clock In the forenoon of eald
day. at the Court Room of eald Probate
Court, at the Court House, in Caldweil
County of Canyon to show cause why
order should be granted to the said
Nora May Dennerllne to sell so much
of the real estate of the said deceased
as shall he necessary.
And that a copy of this order
published at least once a week for not
less than four successive weeks in The
Caldwell Tribune, a newspaper printed
and published In said Canyon County
Idaho, and that said publication
completed at least five days prior
said 31st day of March, 1934.
That the following Is a description
of the real estate In Canyon County,
Idaho, above referred to which
sought to be sold by said petition.
The Southeast one-uuarter of the
Northwest quarter of Section twenty
nine. Township Four North, Range
Three West of the Poise Meridian
Also the following real property.
to-wlt:
Beginning at a point on the South
lino uf the NEV of the SWU. Section
6. Twp 4 N. R. 3 W B.M a distance
*3 feet West from the 8E corner
the said quarter quarter; thence NE
on a line parallel with the East line of
said quarter quarter. 124 feet to the
South line of the right of way of the
Farmers Co-operative Ditch Company's
anal; thence SE along the said South
line of said canal, to the South line of
the NW»4 of the 8KH of Sec t. a dis
tance of 343 feet East from the SW
corner of said quarter
Westerly on said line
place of beginning
Dated Feb 28. 1924
(SEAL)
praying
he real
quarter; thenc.
42» feet, to th.
C A. WILLIAM*.
Jodgs of Probate
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Ten Da via

« *
M. J. Devers was an over night
their guest Saturday night ar the Fred
; Spaeth home.
'"V
Hilda Finstrom and Anna
I.aughlin were Caldwell vsltors Satur
Mc
Mrs. Fred Spaeth \isited several
dtyi last week in Boise.
A number from Ten Davis attended
the ball game in Parma Saturday be
tween Parma and Buhl.
j ...
the ,, , ... osl •' n< S j ns ,j rve ,'i
McLaugh in mature 1 to Caldweil
Wednesday night t > -ee ; ic wrestling
match between the C. of I. and L'tah.
Mr. Fred Spaeth. Helen ami Chas.
Spaeth, Anna Mc ! aughlin. Mr. and
-'' rs - W I. Saaitli ami son motored
in ; l ioi ^ Sunday to hear Mrs Craw
! ,or .; 1 „ evangelist.
I r Balph Hunt and Reed Lever
(ton motored to Melba humVtv
Arttc and Georgia Newpirl. Irene
I Durnt! and Sul McLaughlin spent the
j week end at their respective hollies
in Ten Davis,
j Rev. Hallowed will hold rev. va'
I meetings for one week, beginning t' c
on { niRh , 0 f March 23. Meetings will b.
(held at the lower Boise church
Music club mdt Tuesday night at
the school house.
! Trustees of school d » riel No. 2(>
| held their rcgu'ar monthly meetng
Monday nght at the school ho >c.
H. 1 M-T.au. tl.u attended th.
Mitch mcctine in I * » T m •loncia'
Mrs. Fred Spaeth, Helen and Cha
Sjxicth Mrs. H 1 McLaughlin and
Vnna McLaughlin motored to Boise
Monday to attend the evau je.iatic
service, held by Mrs. Crawford,
Mr. and Mrs. S G. Tucker motored
| to Boise Thursday with Mr. and Mrs,
Lei* Johnson of I arma.
j Mr. and Mrs. Will Gahlcy and Wil
ma. Mr- Mary Gahley and Mrs R.
*• Spaeth and daughter motored 1
, Ph^v ^
Ini e\anKClisi.
Helen Spaeth was a Caldwell vis
itor Saturday.
a Anna Mrl auffhln was an over
. ^ nna MCLaugnm was an owr
,1, Rht «nest Saturday niRlit oi Meirn
Spaeth.
Mr. and Mr, !.. 1. Judd, Mr .nid
Mrs. Robinson of I arma visited bun
. ,| av a t the G. G. Judd home,
u m c.b... , Cstduietl v,
.. * D S » brw " aS a ( - a <lttc11 v, »" or
f ÿ a hin and Charlotte Hamil
°" ' Mrs. Alice Evins was a Boise vis
„r «or Friday.
of Miss Inc Christophers »n spent the
week enfi at her bon- m B.v<e
Mr d Mrs Hcrt Coffcy an ,i fam .
ily of Emmett visited over Saturday
light and Sunday at the Mrs \lirc
Evans home.
Mr. and Mrs. Cross Evans visited
Sunday evening at thr M. O. Lever
ton home.
DOBBIN COMES BACK
Horses and teams are cheaper than
trucks for county road work, in the
opinion of the county commissioners.
As a result, several trucks which are
being used on county highways will
he sold March 17 and will be replaced
by the horse drawn vehicle. Tests
are said to have proven the board's
position that the horse and wagon
method is cheaper than truck opera
tion.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE
COUNTY OF CANYON. STATE
OF IDAHO
la the Ratter of the Estate of D. W.
t rauet. Deceased,
! Notice of Time and Place of Hearla*
Petition to Determine Time of
Death, Heirship. Kinship. and
Klarhl of Descent of lieal Properly.
i Notice is hereby given that on the
11st day of March, 1924. a petition was
filed in said court, by W. J. Craner and
Luella Craner, setting forth that D
W Craner intestate in the County of
Canyon. State of Idaho, while a resi
dent of said county, about the 17th day
of January, 1922. seized of an estate of
inheritance In fee simple of the real
property hereinafter described, and al
leging that said petitioners are now
the owners thereof In fee simple in
virtue of said death and as the sole
heirs at law' of said deceased, and
praying for a decree of said court to
determine the time of death, heirship.
degree of kinship, and right of descent
of said real properly, and establishing
the fee simple ownership of said pcll
tloners therein by such right of de
s ent and devolution according to law.
Said real property Is situated in Can
yon County, Idaho, and is described
as follows
!«ots 7 and 8. In Rlock 10 of the
original town of Melba. Idaho, accord
tng to the map and nlat thereof now
In file In the office or the County Re
corder of Canyon County. Idaho, lo
gether w'lth the appurtenances thereof
and all ditch and water rights there
unto belonging.
Notice is hereby further given that
Saturday, the 5lh day of April. 1924.
at 10 o'clock. A M . of that day, at
the court room of said court, in the
county court house, at Caldwell. Can
yon County. Idaho, have been fixed and
appointed as the time and place for
hearing maid petition, when and where
any person Interested in said estate,
either as heir, creditor, or otherwise,
-hy .Hid
may appear and show cause
petition should not be granted or why
the decree therein prayed for should
not he made and entered.
Paled this 1st day of March, 1924.
(KICAL) C A WILLI AMS.
22-28-c Clerk of said Probate Court.
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