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Thomas Daugherty returned Sun ' SdÄ^Ä IK* and Mrs C. «d ... and Mrs. Uare Knight of New r. o.ii' s enl Sunday at the home jflÄSV y ,»■ *** At the annual school meeting hc.d g';Æ:îÂ' - - - - <»■ .. ! ere Sunday dinner guests at the hoot- of Mr and Mrs_ B. G. Davis. ifÿsu^wS fïî'ÏÏLceTteaS îcTor'V * bW McC.ei.an Motor Co. The Easter exercises at the M. E_ -5S'"Ä'Ä 'S~ of .fcf S».«y s^ool , program, after which about 1 P * received into ii) was the The gave thirty members were the church. \ number of Wilder people attend ed the play- "The Hunchback of Xotrc Dame" given Friday evening in Parma. The l adies Aid will meet in the chruch basement Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. C. E. Mitchell en tertained friends from Weiser over the week end. inuuuu»mum'«»»»»"M»HHm»n«nuiminituMim..... .. JENSMA CREAMERY CO. Old March Market, 9th and Arthur St. Pays Cash for Eggs—Cream—Poultry A. I. Brooks, Mgr. Phone 239 tiimiimtKiiiiiiiiaiu ■■■■■■anuiiiiintiimisii □ Of Pnfmalrt Bmtai ■< Fff—» i— I rin.i Attorneys Hugh N. Caldwell ATTORNEY AT LAW Cleve Groome Rooms 11-14 Little Block ATTORNEY AT LAW Phone J90 Caldwell. Idaho Caldwell. Idaho Dr. M. Kirkpatrick DENTIST S. Ben Dunlap —LAWYER Office rooms 11 & 12 Commerial Bank Bldg Rhone 658. Little Block Caldwell. Idaho R. B, Scatlerday Alfred F. ft on« Scatterdaj A Itene ATTORNEY AT LAW I. 2. 3. é 4. Little Rlk Phone 187 Caldewell, Idaho DR. HUMPHREYS DENTIST Diagnosis by T rans-illuimnatioo Jenfen Bldg. Phone 558 ABSTRACTS Canyon Abstract A Title Oo. Established 1892. Incorporated 1900. Abstracts Loans. Insurance, Bonds, General Trust Business. Caldwell. Idaho. Milliner Transfer Co. SIS Main St. Rhone 441 CASE Furniture and Undertaking Co. f'rompt and careful service. Laity attendant when requested. Phones 24 or S3 j 606 Main Street. Caldwell and Emmett, Idaho W. H. KOLLENBORN Insurance, Loans lavsstmsnts Western National Bank Bld'g CALDWELL, IDAHO 1 DR. GILBERT Commercial Bank Building Rooms 42-43-44 Chiropractic—Electro-Therapy E—R—A Diagnosis and Treatments Watch This Space. Phone 44 77 . Squire Declines the Nomination By Charles Sughro* Umm MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL 1 at iam «PEtew OOHAJ T *tw fcAUN AT TVV 'tOMU WkU- VAST Vf.C'.Vf. l «Cl, * fkWO ' "1 yg UB.E.O T LEAD OiA <Kfi*8CuS S VA8TA V VVONOR-H V/ "N % \ hdUX h CAUDOKTE. WO MORE' 1# of) rll \MMtwnw J W ^ : " MORE-, V QO'T \ aecv» msoato \ J AVI' nVAAT 9>XWiX-AveC V " AW0THE«/ ^ m Pii if?-: - 1 ''-ft.oe*» y ■ !» 9 OgM 9 m 11 'a* i K » . 'W ft' Tilij 4 /J'/'* 1 ft. 4 • • fiwjx a ■ • %fh*-uO*C V — MB ( The Easter program at the Lower v " U- ^ after^g^ Mrs. S. G. Tucker and Mrs. H I Mclaughhn visited Sundav at the I c u * 10 seriously [ ■ar.D.™^ ta „^ ÄktaI 3'* V s ' — »"•«*« for Diamond Lake where ^^usband who is m a?We n ck e h CeViS " ed l' ,he,heHe r BoZT Sunday at the B. \V. Pos hö me * D"'»f> «I .be JJoTSfn n""L'K" " " J. a Fitts -s «hinninc , , i . of Ruaiett notâtoe, PP * * Ioad Em T m« S r th S fam > S r SOred ,0 thf Emmett dam Sundav afernoon. Sidney .and Harvey McLaughlin motored to Emmett Sundav afternoon and visited a, the M. L. Kurtz home 1"Ee Easier program committee gave the children an Easter Egg hunt Saturday afternoon at the church Z. S. Barnum was a Vamni Tuesday. ' p; * V!5,!or T en Davis ■*, ► ' w î* do ' v " ' n this Anna MI : v «aor Monday** *** 3 l ' ald ' vel * PatlCn: ,, L * and , J Evans are connined 1 . mc w,th the measles. Russel Stone visited the hfev « u ,rh.„j ;y .-- ringers and a ,h„ Ju L j , P k h t pouted at the tira: join,. V a*!«' « '* n AeT.id'willSa^ûriïm e.gh.h aid se" grade 1 weVk fr ° m thc ' r exara,na,i0 " s las Wiuom Han. Boise is h,„„ P*A*l ""'T . I . 1 |* e community received a great !* hoc ^ *. hf " they heard of the death of I * T- Da*^' ^ U ago. , i I The P. T. A. and Mothers' Society mct on ** ,c wi,h -Mrs. Carl Ham T rS Th L e attendance was fair and after a short program the annual el ection was held, which resulted in several years Canyon H» News following officers Hazel Hontfyshcll, president: Mrs. Mrs. Jessie a Stout, vice president and Mrs. Geo. Myers, secretary. Thi social time was spent in some lively games and delicious refreshments served, j G. H. Myers and family and L. R : Sivers wife and daughter tained on last Sunday at the home of S. P. McNeil. were were enter I There ws an unusual interest in the annual school election which occurred j at the school house on Saturday. AT i most every voter in the district catm I to the polls. The contestants were ! Orman Durstnun and Mrs. Hazel Houdyshcll. The latter won !»'• votes. seven William Barnes is working for A I). Robertson, while Mr. Robcrtsor N'OTH'K «--OH IM III.ICATION Dranrtanl of (hr lalrrlor I . S. I.uf Office at Bolar. Idaho. April 23. 1024. Notice is hereby given that Bruce C. Leiser, of Caldwell. Idaho, who. on January 1*6. 1923, made Homestead En try. No 026576. for NW1/4, Section 10. Township 5 North Range 3 West. Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make 3 year Proof to estab lish claim to the land above described, before D. D Harger, United States Commissioner at his office, at Cald well. Idaho, on the 5th day of June. 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Mervln O. McConnel. Waller C. Whelchel, Robert W. Whelchel. and Frank Whelchel. all of Caldwell. Idaho. Bartlett 8lnH««r Register. '-„«''I »«.»'T , ot ,kr . ot Flo ^ d - Notice la hereby given by the under signed Administratrix of the estate of Floyd N. Smith, deceased, to the '■realtors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouch ers. within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Mary E Smith, administratrix at. said e 'pîace b b*eln'g ir désigna ted* ' as d *tli* place for transaction of business of State*of'idaho th * Count3r of Canyon ' 8 Dated Apru l.M. 8mlth> Administratrix of the estate of Floyd N. Smith, cea * ARC 37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44-45-46-47. 90 TIIE TO CREDITORS Is the Prehate Court ot Caeyoe Couty Idaho. D. D. H arger, Attorney for Administratrix. 36-410 TIME TABLE Boise Valley Traction Co Effective June 16, 1922 Southern Division Cars will leave Caldwell for Boise via Nampa and Meridian: 7:05 a. m., 8:50 a. m., 12:50 p. m„ 2:50 p. m.. 4:50 p. m. 5:50 p. m., 6:50 p. m. 8:50 p. m. and 10:50 p. m. 10:50 a. in. Northern Division Cars will leave Caldwell for Bois« via Middleton, Star and Eagle: 8.00 a. m., 9:30 a. m., 11:50 a. m.. ll; 50 p. m„ 5:50 p.m., 5:50„ p. m., 6: 50 p. m., 7:50 p. m., 9:50 m., 'and 11:50 p. m., for Star and inter mediate points. i is finishing «he flume across the river near Middleton. - 1 .* 1 * irrigating water was turned Uely btcattae the d.tch *was ^\*!srnrurj%a « . i *^>' ers on ^ r *dav evening in honor 8.fcÄ tUBtPlA »Pmyed Bo "f £Ä*w£rk * ^ Frida> * ^ firner -Myers has engaged mm ' S whwe hc ' trie;.. work rill go The Sundav school class of Mrs. T. F. Stout enjoyed an Faster party .it Mrs. Stouts home on Saturday The endeavor mceing on Sunday evening was especially interesting Mr. Christopher and Miss assisted in the music. The special se'ections were "The coming of Spring." and one of the grand pieces vf Mendelsohan. M nv hlv B * The Franklin youngsters all en joyed picnic the river Faster Sun. W W. Rodcnhaiigh went ,o Boise ■n Sunday. Franklin day. they ate their nicnic dinner after which they spent the afternoon boat riding on the river. "■reaching will be in the evening at ,, . „ , ,,, Mr. and Mrs. L. Woodman en tertained at Easter dinner Sunday 4 o Mr. and O. W. Callison and son Oral, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Richardson md daughter Janice. .. ... ,, . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leach were ntert.uncd at a family dinner a, the Moyd Leach home in Nampa Sundav Mr Willie Moore ami L. RicbjrH son attended lodge at Caldwell Wed uesday evening. Miss Janice Richardson entertained Rev. HaltowcII closed his weeks services Faster evening at the Frank lin church, the community was well represented Sunday evening as the house was well tilled. There will he just Sunday school on Sunday mornings at 10:30 ard o'clock. I SAGE TEA DANDY TO DARKEN HAIR tifully dark and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a bottle of Wyeth s Sage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store. Millions of bottles of this old famous Sage Tea Recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients. are sold annually, say well-known druç gists here, because it darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can ,,n has been aoolied leu it nas oecn appncu. Those whose hair is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise await because after one or two an ut£ them, because alter one or two ap plications the gray hair vanishes, and 7°"^ h'' 0 '"' dark " d oe * u '. ,IU V .. . .. r _ h * ac 0*! folksTen't wantS haired, unattractive tones »ren t wanted .round, so gel t busy w ith Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound to-night and you'll be delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful ap Dear an cc within a few day*. It'« Grandmother's Recipe to Bring Back Color and Lustre to Hair You can turn gray, faded hair beau [MADE TN IDAHO! PIONEER" HARNESS AND CANVAS GOODS 44 There ia no need of sending your orders for leather and canvas goods outside the state. Dealers in practically every town handle the "Pioneer" line... But, if your dealer don't sell our ?;oods, your order will receive prompt attention and your aatis action is guaranteed when you order direct from «a. The quality and workmanship of the foods we manufacture are unsurpassed and seldom equalled. Our prices will compare favorably with those of the largest mail order bouses. Write us your needs, ask for our prices on anything in Harness, Canvas, Tourists Supplies and Auto Accessories Pioneer Tent & Awning Co., Ltd. Phone 986 Boise, Idaho 6th and Main Sts. _ her Sundav school class Saturday ■ ternoon to an Easter children colored c -«*>"-«* « 4™«. after which supper gues , 1 party, eggs, h id .an egg hunt were Leach .uucii was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Leach of Mrs. Lilly Monday evening. M I I j I * » - - rs. Lee Richardson and daughter ■ Janice ca.lcd at the Stewart hum. ; Monday evening. Mrs \iola Burman lus been sic;. ' the past week. Mrs. Richardson and son Cecil cal led at the Pechaitic home Tuesday evening. Miss Mildred Heston. Miss Blanche Stewart and Mr. Vernon Woodman took teachers examination in Cald-1 well last week. Rev. Hallovvcll was a supper guest at the Richardson home Friday Mr. and Mrs. Heston and Rev. Hallovvcll Called at the Kuehl home Sunday afternon. The new members will be taken in I i - o ihc church next Sunday evening w j | cning ■ [ « Mr. John Shultz has purchased a new Ford car. Adelbert and Victor Bess arc at! the C. M. Nickte home and are putt ing in the crops on that p'ace They | » r f from California and are on their ( Pleasant Ridge * Lester Goodwin spent Sunday even * n K *t the Ross home, School election »as held Saturday Mr Roy Shelp and O. U. Stevens being the outgoing directors. Tlif community voiced their approval their services by voting them in again. Mr. Madsen has sold the work done by him on the Tall farm to Mr. Hummell. Mrs. Sharp. Mrs. Goodwin and j Mrs Ross called on Mrs. Ed. Moss Monday. ; 1 he Pleasant Ridge Grange me, Î? regular session last briday night, '* ou J' ncw members were initiated in 10 *" e * our ^ 1 f * c R rcc an< ^ a c ^ a W 01 ! • ; ° ur were voted upon and will he tak en in at the next meeting During the | cc t urers hour a recitation was giv fn , Tonim Spencer, a solo bv M re , Tish a ,„l .a duet by Mrs , |amc , s r and S t. Clair. Re lrcs )„nen,s of potato salad, sandwiches a „d coffee were served. Tl ... , . . , The school board have secured ,hi I services of Mrs McKee and Mi»f Beatty for the coming school term The Aid met at the church las Thnrsday and gave the building a good tc next meeting will be May second. I was timed that day and the trustee repaired the broken windows doors. A picnic dinner was served in the basement at noon. The next and meeting will be May Is, at Ihc home jf Mrs. Frank Starr. The many friends of Mrs. Bryan .are sorry to learn that her condition continues very serious. On Wednesday, of last week, Mr land Mrs. Allen, of Emmett, were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross |'f, C y WC re on the r way to points n Oregon and California. A *. Crites has rented the läge - arm ' A bgt . compan v 0 f neighbors me' jj )c gj ra j n home Tuesday night j | ast ncc k. to warm up the new „ int? ,i ow . rPri . n tlv built hv them \ > inp.ilo» rcct n, > omit n> t urn. \ pleasant social evening was spell' d refreshments of rake and coffei , y n., r„„ c. rl ; n were served. , ' s L a "'' c .trail vv ho has been home for two week' irro .. n . i n Inr sch-> 1 returned to staekrock Sunday to com pletc the term. Mrs. Eustace and children, of CaM ql ,u strain bom Vnesdày nig i uesaay nignt. Mrs. Toni Conway and children of Caldwell, were su per guests ai 'he A. N. Moss home Sundav nigh* Mrs. O. L. Stevens met with ident 1 r.d.iy n.gh, when a kindling . he a n ol ic was spii' ng ;r in the c, md Maud lew up and struck the Misses l.aur, nd Mr. hrank Sla moutn, called at :ii Hi later r. of ,\ew Ply Ed Moss home Sundav . ... - ....... ., ,, .... ««a.il- SI ' \ Ids wert si k i ll OH tilt? ( Ri Jtf Sundav afternoon On the program were a reading hv Mrs Ira fisfi. The Origin o. the Easter Egg." by Mrs. S W. Avers and Mrs | ;! ri ! •avc a very interesting ie Customs of The Pent A duet by Messrs. Jester and VVilmarth. accompanied by Miss Mar I garet Hare, ail from the C. of I. much enjoy« : ta k on len I » as After the sermon by two new members were eived into the church. Mrs._ Dr. Weymouth, Mrs. Newel, ev-j.Miss Newel, and Miss Dean, all of V'-.l.ic. i e-nl il s n :i e, at the Rid ge church Cmndav afternoon. : !» Riverside i « Fourteen friends of .vfiss Anna ' Smith gave her a birthday surprise party at her home Friday evening. games and stunts, provided amuse | men Is for the evening. Mrs Smith ; served delicious refreshments. A crowd of our young people pic n * c *d at Jump Creek Sunday report ed ahoif 50 others injuring this fain ms_ picnic spot, election pas -eel off . ; i'«5I, *" ultin * 'l rs - \mesbury was elected to finish Rohrer's term. Mr, Roberts [ elected chairman and Mrs. Amesbury ■'"•I ** ,c Knowlton Heights District Mr. Hibbard was elected, | Mrs. L. I). Blondel and daughter j Roberta and Miss Sadie Westcott were j visitors at Amesbury 's Saturday M r \ V Hu vis of Deer Flat nd Mn v. ion, who recently ar I rivc( | f rom E os Angeles. California spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Stevensons Aunt Mrs. O. C Danes. Mrs. Will Rohrer, entertained her S. S. class and the mothers, at her Mr V Roberts succeeded himself and »as home Friday afternoon, by giving them an Faster party and egg hunt, which was much enjoyed hy all. The VV. A. Larrance. L. J. Roh orls, Arthar Birch, and Otto Schaff er families attended the funeral of Mrs. Sarah Elmore at Star, Friday. C. L. Roberts and family, and W. Kelly and family were Faster guests . at pie II. I! Mary home. Special services at the Friends church drew a large cro d for morn ng services, sprcvtl singiv" bv the lonlilr quartette, was much appréciai 1 ''d The Ha'H->way fimi'y pirn>red at he Given Warm Springs Saturday. '1rs. Josopliinc Roberts has been rrhire I as upper grade teacher and Mi-s Dot! r Mn'rh is Ihc pr narv teacher. Mrs. F.dwards has been re hired to teach .at the Knowlton Heights «chool. Mr. US Mntrh of Tvm b'.a'ls. April IPh a daughter, N'adine Rose >, . » . and . ' jf Am "hury were i I ' !lstcr at ,hc 1 en Crow,)r home in Cald .- ell. j i ^ Vondiv , _ ... fhe Riversde Grange is having an ,.i p ! ' i ' R 't T and serving free cake and ice cream to all. ,, , y r nn „ " " 1 , 0 N nnpa 'ta (.range master »il he present. , Mr, C. A. Rohrer and sons, have been in (j tu rat me lor four days at Xced:cs Th< v ? r '' ' l«i« r rlcd cross country trip to their newly ac ' uirfd ranf l a! Wi'cox. 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