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NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S LEVY AND
SALE UNDER EXECUTION
FOR DEFICIENCY
In the District Court of the Tenth
Judicial District of the state of
Idaho, in and for, the county of
Idaho.
Charles E. Uolt and Jay O. Rhoades,
Plaintiffs, vs. Brownlee Sheep Com
pany, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an Execu
tion, issued out of the District Court
of the Tenth Judicial District of the
state of Idaho, in and for the county
of Idaho, on the 9th day of January,
in the above entitled action,
wheycin Charles E. Holt, and Jay O.
Rhoades, the above named plaintiffs,
obtained judgment against the Brown
lee Sheep company, the above named
defendants, which said Judgment was
on June 15, 191
the office of the clerk of the above
entitled court the same being for the
foreclosure of a certain Judgment,
which said Judgment was for thc sum
of (22,820.07, together with Interest
from date of judgment at the rate of
7 percent per annum on the amount of
said judgment ns aforesaid, together
with all costs and expenses of sale as
aforesaid and appears of record, and
whereas an order of sale issued out of
said court under (he hand and seal of
the clerk of said court, and to the
sheriff directed and delivered, and the
said sheriff sold the said mortgaged
premises, and applied the proceeds of
such sale us therein directed In said
order of sale, and has made a return of
his proceedings thereunder and that
a deficiency of such proceeds of sale,
and that there Is still du» to the plain
tiffs the sum of $1407.82, with interest
at 7 percent per annum from July 15,
the date of such return: And
the Judgment roll in the action In
which said Judgment was entered is
* filed In the clerk's office of said court,
In Idaho county, state of Idaho, and
said judgment was doeketed In said
clerk's offllce In said county, for said
balance and deficiency against the
Brownlee Sheep company, the Judg
ment debtor, who by said Judgment is
made personally liable therefore and
for said sum of $1407.82, with Interest
as aforesaid:
l am required and directed to make
fho sum due on said judgment with
Interest ns aforesaid, costs and ac
tiled and entered in
lb
In lawful money of the United States
of America out of the personal pro
perty of the said debtor, Brownlee
Sheep Company, or if sufficient per
sonal property of said debtor cannot lie
found then out of the real property
of said debtor In Idaho county, Idaho,
and apply the proceeds of said sale ns
In said execution directed :
That in pursuance of said writ of
execution I have levlod upon those
certain lands and premises of said
Brownlee Sheep Company, situated Jn
Idaho county, Idaho, and described
as follows :
NE 14 of NW Vi, W% of NE Vi, NWVi
of SEVi, Section 7. SW% of SEVI,
Section 6; SEV4 of NEV4 of Sec. 7;
S% of NWVi of Sec. 8 all In Twp. 24
N. R. 1 E. B. M., and all the right
title and interest which the defendant
had therein on July 17, 1922, at the
time of the docketing of the deficiency
judgment or has since acquired.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
I will In obedience to said writ, on
Saturday the 10th day of February,
1923, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m.
of said day, In front of the court house
door. In the City of Orangeville, Ida
ho, offer for sale all the right, title
and claim, equity and Interest of the
above named defendant. Brownlee
Slieep Company ,ln and to the above
described land and premises, and nil
said Interest and right of,said defend
ant therein at any of said time; or
so muchl tneroof ns may lx* necessary
to satisfy the said Execution for such
deficiency, besides Interest, costs arid
accruing costs, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, lawful money of the
United States of America.
Dated January 10th, 1923.
W. H. ELLER.
Sheri IT.
JOHN A. POWELL.
Deputy.
36-4
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Tentli
Judicial Distrlet of tho State of
Idaho, In and for the County of
Idaho.
Thomas Hall, plaintiff, vs. John L.
Neeley, a bachelor; and John Doe.
whose true name Is unknown, de
THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS
GREETINGS to John L. Neeley and
John Doe, tho above named de
fendants ;
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a complaint has been
filed against yon in the District Court
of the Tenth Judicial District of the
state of Idaho, in and for the county
of Idaho, by the above named plain
tiff. and [ton are hereby directed to
appear and answer the said complaint
within twenty days of the service of
this summons, if served within said
Judicial District, and within forty
days if served elsewhere; and you
are further notified that unless you so
nptiear and answer said complaint
within the time herein specified, the
plaintiff will take Judgment against
you ns prayed In said complaint.
This action is brought to enforce
pavment of a promissory note in the
sum of $590.00, dated April 29ih. 1921.
duo one and a half years after date,
made, executed and delivered by the
defendants to plaintiff, with interest
thereon from October 29th.
date of payment on Judgment at the
rate of eight percent per annum, at
1922, to
,
costs and tdisbursements of this ac
tion, and taxes in the sum of 859.72.
and to foreclose a mortgage securing
thc said amounts upon the following
described land, to wit: The Southeast
Ouarter of tho Southwest Charter of
Seetlon Thirty-four. In Township
Thirty-four North of Range Five Fast
of the Boise Meridian, and Lot Three
of Section Three. Township Thirty
three North of Range Five Fast of the
Boise Meridian. Idaho eonnty. state
of Idaho, containing 79 39 acres alto
gether :
Witness. Mv Hand and seal of said
court, this 10th dav'of January. 1923
HENRY TELCHER.
Fieri,- of Distrlet Court
Pv H, ROTHWELL. Deputy.
TANNA HILT. A LFFPFR. Attorneys
for Plaintiff, residence and P. O
address Lewiston, Idaho.
(SEAL)
36-6
TIME OF DREAD
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Trouble—Tanlac Overcomes It.
"Tanlac helped me so much 2 years
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s.iid Mrs. Jennie Jons, 618 E. Pico >St„
Los Angeles, Cal., as she purchased a
bottle of the medicine at the Owl
Drug store recently.
"Indigestion kept me in misery sev
eral years
eat meat or anything sour, and gas on
my stomach after eating was simply
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all on one side of my face and I was
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l took cold easily and had a terrible
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"I started faking Tanlac when I
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time I could eat anything without anv
trouble afterwards. The neuralgia left
me too, and I gained weight. I think
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Tanlac is for sale oy all good drug
gists.
It was so had I couldn't
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vertisement.
An Ultimatum.
"Cholly, yon must do one thing or
our engagement is broken."
"What is It, my own?"
"Shave off your mustache. It simply
ruins my complexion."
A Tasty Revenge.
Wife—Mother's remarks about yon
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Hub—I'm glad of it. because Pm
going to make her eat her words.
Whence the "Kee-Wee."
During the lute war officers in the
army air service were classified as
flying officers or grdund officers, the
latter being used for administrative
work and for all other duties not ac
tually requiring flight. Much jeal
ousy existed at some fields between
the flyers and the non-flyers.
It was a naturalist among the flyers
who aptly expressed for his fellows a
title fitting their mortal enemies. He
dubbed the ground officers as "Kee
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know the reason for the title. It was
while looking up the word "aptitude"
in the dictionary that an air service
officer stumbled on the right dope:
"Apteryx"—A bird native of New
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Probate Court, county of Ida
ho, state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Geo. M.
Reed, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of Geo- M.
Reed, deceased, were granted to the
undersigned on the 10th day of Novem
ber, 1922. by the probate court of Ida
ho county.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance at the office
of Geo. M. Reed Company, Orangeville,
Idaho, witliln ten months after the
date of the first publication of this no
tice, or they shall lie forever barred.
Dated this 7th day of February, 1923
MARY E REED.
Executrix.
R. F. FULTON, attorney for Execu
trix, Grangevllle, Idaho.
First publication, Feb. 8, 1923.
::■> 1
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Tenth Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho,
in and for Idaho County.
HAZEL CLARA LEONARD, Plaintiff
vs
JOHN D.* LEONARD Defendant.
Tho State of Idaho Sends Greetings
to John D. Leonard, the Above Nam
(I Defendant:
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint lias been filed against you in th„(
District Court of the Tenth Judicial
Dstriet of the State of Idaho, in and
for Idaho County, by the above named
plaintiff, and you are hereby directed
•.. and
plaint within twenty days of the ser
- ice of this Summons, if served with
in said judicial district, and
forty days if served
yon are fnrthe- notified that
yon so appear and answer
plaint within the tim P herein specified,
' t laintiff will take judgment against
'•on is nravod in said Compl'int.
This action is brought for the pur
pose of obtaining a decree of divorce
from the defendant by the plaintiff on
tho ground of extreme cruelty, all of
which is fully sot forth in plaintiff's
verified complaint on file herein and to
which reference is here made and the
statements therein are hereby adop
ted -ind made a part hereof.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court this 5f|, day of Jan*
nary, A. D. 1923
answer the said Com
within
elsewhere; and
unless
said Com
HENRY TELCHER
Clerk of the District Court of the
Tenth Judicial District of the State
of Idaho, in and for Idaho County
(SEAL)
Bv HAROLD HARRIS
DEPUTY
McNamee & attorneys for
residence and
plaintiff,
address: Lewiston. Idaho.
post-office
SUMMONS
In fho District Court of the Tenth Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho
in and for tho Conntv of Idaho.
W. G. Petersen, Plaintiff,
ADV TivDeDv wi-nmiT-n
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED,
vs
B. C. IDAHO MINING SYNDICATE,
Coates, G. B.
Dicsnecker. John
and John Franklin
Mason, R. E. A.
Hutchison, Sr.. John Hutchison. Jr.
John Turner; Jonathan Rogers doing
business as B. C. Idaho Mining Syn
dicate. Defendants.
THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS
GREETINGS:
To the above named defendants:
YOU
ttiaj a complaint has been filed against
you in the District Court of the Tenth
Judicial District of the State of Idaho
in and for the County of Idaho, by the
above named plaintiff, and you are
hereby directed to appear ana answer
th 0 said complaint within twenty days
of the service of this summons if ser
ved within said Judicial District, and
within forty days if served elsewhere
and you are further notified that un
less you so appear and answer said
complaint within the tirng herein spec
ified, the plaintiff will take judgment
against you as prayed in said com
plaint.
Thig action is commenced to secure
a judgment in favor of plaintiff and
against defendants for th 0 sum of $1,
465 with interest ou $1165 thereof
from July 30, 1922 at seven percent per
annum and $1.40 lien expenses and $175
attorney's foes and other costs, for
labor performed by plaintiff at the in
stance and request of defendants upon
th e following amed mining claims, sit"
uated in Ten Mile Mining District,
Idaho county, Idaho, to-wit:
The Lilly, the Ruby the Eva the
Crown, the Blue Bird, the Tin Horn,
the Snow Slide, th c Leggett and the
Lucky Boy, and being a group of
claims operated and sometimes known
as the Little Leggett Creek Group of
mining claims, situated in
County, Idaho.
Idaho
and the water right and ditch taking
water from Logge! t Creek, apparten
ant thereto, and all improvements and
fixture« thereon, between March 28,
1922 and July 30, 1922 :l period
124 days at $10 per day, no part of
which has ever been paid, except $75,
and $300 for 30 days additional, he
having been laid off and ceased t 0 *la
bor and demanded his wages; and to
enforce and foreclose a laboror' g lien
therefor upon the said mining claims
a iid property, and to.have the said sum
declared a lien thereon, and to have tj,o
said property and all interest therein
standing in the names of any said de
fondants, sold to satisfy same and to
foreclose all. of said defendants of all
rightg therein: it being alleged that
$1(,) is a reasonable attorney g fee and
^°^T?i n0ra * .
Witness my hand and seal of said
Distnct Court, tln s -9th day of Nov
tHPit 1 •*"'
(ohAL)
HENRY TELCHER
By HAROLD HARRIS
. _ TT , . Deputy
A. 8. Hardy, Attorney for plaintiff.
Residence and postoffic e Address,
Grangevillo, Idaho
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court. County of
Idaho, State of Idaho.
In the Matter of the Estate of Lon
nie E. Collins, Deceased.
Notice is hereby «h en, that Let
tors of Administrator! on the estate
of Lonnie E. Collins, deceased were
granted to the undersigned on the 1st
day of February, 1923 bv Oie Probate
Court of Idaho County ' '
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance at. the Boss
Barn, on Slate street Grange«»;..
Idaho, within four months after the
date of the first publication of this
notice, or they shall be forever bar
re».
Dated tills 1st day
1923.
of February,
E. O. PRICE.
Administrator.
M. Reese Hattahaugh. Attorney for
Administrator. Orangeville, Idaho.
First publication Feb. 1, 1923. 38-4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Probate Court, county of Idaho,
state of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Charles
R. Hanson, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that Letters
Testamentary on tile estate of Charles
U. Hanson, deceased, wore granted
to the undersigned on the 5th da v of
January, 1923. by the Probate Court
of Idaho county.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to mo for allowance at the office
Taylor, Orangeville, Idaho,
the same being hereby designated as
the place of Business of said estate,
within ten months after the date of
the first publication of this notice,
or they shall he forever barred.
Dated this 5tb day of January. 1923
ETHEL V. HANSON,
Executrix of the Wjll and Estate of
Charles R. Hanson, deceased
H. TAYLOR. Attorney for Executrix.
of H.
Grangevllle, Idaho.
First publication Jan. 18. 1923.
36-5
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Tenth
Judicial District of the state of
Idaho, in and for the county of
Idaho.
First National Bank of Orangeville,
plaintiff, vs. Roy N. Lyons, defend
ant.
THE STATE OP
GREETINGS :
To the above named defendant:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED.
That a complaint has been filed against
you in the District Court of the
Tenth Judicial Distrlet of the State
of Idaho In and for the eonnty of
Idaho, by the above named plaintiff,
and you are hereby directed fo appear
and answer the said complaint within
twenty /lavs of the service of this
snmmons if served within said Indie
ini district, and within forfv days if
served elsewhere; and you are further
notified fhat unless yon
IDAHO SENDS
so appear
and answer said complaint within the
time here
take Judgment against yon as prared
in said complaint.
The said nqtlon is brought fo re
cover Judgment against yon for the'an
sum of S794.52 with interest at the
rate of eight per cent per annum from
Jannary 15, 1921 and $75 alle-red to
he a reasonable attorney's fee, due
upon a promissory note made by yon
in favor of plaintiff, dated December
29. 1919 for S4000WT and payable
November 1. 1 Î 120
«nd providing for I
eigbt uer cent Interest thereon from
date until paid, and for reasonable [
attorney's fees In ease of action there
HHH H HBBH HB
And for tho furthor sum of $300.00 (
with interest thereon at the rate of
eight per cent per annum from Ang !
ust 7. 1920 and $50 alleged to ho n
reasonable attorney's fee upon a prom
Issory note made by yon In favor of
plftlntllt. dated Alignât 7. IflßO. payable
October 1, 1920 for the principal sum
on.
jsaiaiaj Joj SntpiAOJd pun OC'(X)£i J°
thereon at the rate of eight per cent
per nimm from date until paid and
a reasonable sum as attorney's fees
in case of action theron.
j And for the further sum of $550.00
with intrest thereon at the rate of
ten per cent per annum from November
20. 1920 and $50 alleged tj> be a
: reasonable attomy's fee upon a prom
issory not made by. you In favor of
; plaintiff for the principal sum of
$550.00, dated November 29, 1920 and
j payable on demand, and providing for
interest thereon at the rate of ten per
j cent per annum from date until paid,
mid a reasonable sum as attorney's fees
i in case of suit or action theron, and
j for costs herein.
j Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 11th day of
August 1922.
(SEAL)
Orangeville, Idaho.
[
■ i n the Probate Court of Idaho county,
HENRY TELCHER,
Clerk
By HAROLD HARRIS,
Deputy.
S. HARDY. Attorney for plaintiff,
Residence and Postoffice adddess,
SECOND ALIAS SUMMONS
state of Idaho.
Vollmer Clearwater Co., Ltd., plain
tiff. vs. Roy N. Lyons, defendant.
|q'iie State of Idaho Sends Greetings
to the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
», the above entitled court to be held
the office of the Probate Judge, at
(he court house, at Grangevllle, Idaho,
in (he above entitled cause, at 10
|lock a. m., upon the 17th day of
Mardi. 1923 and answer plaintiffs
complaint tin file in said court, or
plaintiff will take Judgment against
you as prayed in said complaint.
q'he said action is brought to obtain
judgment in favor of plaintiff and
»gainst defendant for the sum of $30.55
with interest thereon at the rate of 10
p Pr cent per annum from April 19,
i<n Î) and $25 as reasonable attorney's
f PPS> U pou n promissory note dated
April 19, 1919, by the terms of which
defendant promised to pay plaintiff
SU m of $36.55 with interest therc
„„ from date until paid and a rea
sonable sum ns attorney's fees, and
upon which $25 is alleged to be a rea
sonable foe, and no part of which has
ever paid ; costs hereof.
Witness my Hand and the Seal of
(he Probate Court this 18th day of
January 1903
i
WILBUR L. CAMPBELL,
Probate Judge and Ex
Offico Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff, residence and
P. O. Address, Orangeville, Idaho.
• 36-0
! (SEAL)
I A. S. HARDY,
_ . „ . . . . .
Public notice is hereby given that
at the °' v( ' 11 Morgan ranch, better
known as tho old Harriman ranch,
about four mlles south-west of
Orangeville, Idaho, I will sell to the
bi - b, :« t . bi ? d " / or lawfui money of
the Unite<1 states, the following de
scribed property to-wit:
1 white-faced sorrel mare with
white hind lo « s - weiglit about 900
pounds, branded ) —( on left thigh
cl/ - Uso 1 , w hlte mare, weight about
800 pounds, branded same as fore
going exccqt perpendicular on
right thigh.
Said animals were taken up by
Owen Morgan and will be sold by me
In accordance with the statue in such
NOTICE OF ESTRAY
cases provided,
Morgan ranch on the 7th day of
March. 1923., at 11 o'clock a. in.
Dated at Orangeville Idaho, Jan
uary 24, 1923.
W. H. Eller, Sheriff.
By John A. Powell
Deputy.
PLUMBING SHOP—I am now lo
cated in the Oliver building und am
[prepared to do all kinds of plumbing at
reasonable price?. J. R. Smith. —Ad
vertisement. 25tf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Probate Court, County of Ida
ho, State *»f Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of James
M. Mattox, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration on the estate of
Jaipes M. Mattox, deceased, were
granted to tho undersigned on the 30th
day of December, 1922. by the Probate
Court of Idaho
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance at the office
of H. Taylor, Orangeville, Idaho, th<>
same lieing hereby designated as tho
place of business of said estate, within
ten months after the date of the first
publication of this notice, or they shall
be forever barred.
In the Probate Court of Idaho coun
ty. state of Idaho,
In tho matter of the estate of Pearl
Dated this 18th dav of January,
1923.
AMELIA E. MATTOX,
Administratrix of the Estate of James
M. Mattox, deceased.
II. TAYLOR. Attorney for Adminis
tratrix, Orangeville, Idaho.
36 5
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE OX
MORTGAGE OF REAL ESTATE
Tates, also known as Pearl Anrllla
Yates, an insane and incompetent
HpenoB. /
Herman Tates, the guardian of the
estate of Pearl Anrilla Tates, ah In
sane and incompetent person, having
filed his petition herein praying for
order authorizing the mortgaging
and the Joining with the husband of
said incompetent person in the execu
tion of a mortgage of certain commun
ity real estate of said Pearl Anrllla
Tates, above named, for the purpose
(herein set forth :
IT IS THEREFORE ORERED hr
the judge of said Court, that all per
[sons Interested In said estate appear
lief ore the said probate eoprt on the
3rd day of March. 1923 at 19 o'clock
a. m. of said day. at the court room
of said court, at Grnngcvlto. | n said
[county of Idaho, thon and there te
show cause why an order ahonldAiot
he granted to the said Herman Yates,
[guardian, to mortgage the real estate
and eommnnltv nropertv of the said
Pear! Anrllla Yates hereinafter de
scribed, and to Join with her husband,
Children Cry for Fletcher's
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in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
on the wrapper all these years
just to protect the coming
generations. Do not be deceived.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good
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GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
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s
in Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY.
V
Dave Yates, in the execution of a
mortgage thereon for the sum of
$2,700.00 or for less sium as shall
be necessary for the purpose of bor
rowing money to pay off and secure
thc release of a certain. Judgment,
which is an existing lien against the
property ell of which more fully ap
pears by said petition on file herein,
which .is hereby referred to for further
particulars. It is further ordered that
a copy of this order be published at
least four successive weeks in the
Idaho County Fre^ Press, a news
paper printed and published in said
county ;
I The real estate mentioned in said
petition and above referred to, which
it is sought to mortgage, is described
as follows :
The southeast quarter of the
southwest quarter (SEV4SWV4)
and southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter (SWj4SEVi)
and the east half of the southeast
quarter (EV6SEV4), all in Sec.
thirty (30). Twp. thirty-two (32)
N. R. 3 E. B. M. in the county of
Idaho, state of Idaho, containing
160 acres.
Done in open court this 24th day of
January, 1923.
WILBUR L. CAMPBELL.
Probate Judge. |
37-4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

In the Probate Court, County of
Idaho State of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate
Harvey Douglas* Johnson, 'deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that Let
ters Testamentary on the will and
estate of Harvey Douglas Johnson,
deceased, were granted
dersigued on the 20th day of Janu
ary, 1923, by the Probate Court of
Idaho County.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance at my
sidence at Fenn, Idaho County, Id
aho, within ten months after the
date of tho first publication of this
notice, or they shall be forever bar
red.
of
to the un
re
Dated this 23d day of January,
1923.
FRED JOHNSON,
xeentor of Estate :;ml Will of Har
vey Douglas Johnson, • Deceased.
A. S. Hardy, Attorney for Bxecu
or. Orangeville, Idaho.
First publication, Jan. 25, 1923.
T B
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District
Court of the
Tenth Judicial District of the State
of Idaho, In and for the County of
Idaho.
Murel L.
Schulte, Plaintiff, vs.
Otto Schulte, Defendant.
The State of Idaho sends greet
ings to the above-named defendant.
You are hereby notified, That a
complaint has been filed against you
In the District Court of the Tentli
Judicial District of the State of Id:
ho in and for the County of Idaho,
by the above-named plaintiff,
you are hereby directed to
i
and
, . J appear
within twenty days of tho service
of this summons if served
said Judicial District, and _
forty days if served elsewhere; and
within
within
you are further notified that unless
yon so apjiear and answer said
plaint within the time heroin speci
fied. the plaintiff will take judgment
against you ns prayed in said com
plaint. The above entitled action is
brought to secure a divorce on the
grounds of extreme cruelty, and to
award to the plaintiff the custody of
the minor child of the parties to the
action.
com
witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 29th day of
January, 1923.
HENRY TELCHER.
(SEAL)
Clerk.
By H. Rothwell.
Deputy.
A. S. Hardy, Attorney for Plain
tiff. Residence and Postoffice
dress, Orangeville. Idaho.
Ad
38-6
For Rent—Typewriter. Paul Hnr
Ian
86tf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
G. S. STOCKTON, PHYSICIAN AXD
Surgeon, office upstairs in Scala
block.
DR. B. CHIPMAN, PHYSICIAN i.Vi)
Surgeon. A. & F. .Block, Or.nge
villa, Idaho.
DR. S. A. ROE, PRACTICE LIMITED
to disease of tho eye, ear, nose and
throat. Glasses fitted.
Store. Lewiston, Idaho.
Over Bead
DR. D. J. POWELL, DENTIST, FIBS!
National Bank Building. 'Phoni
981. Orangeville, Idaho.
H. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LA*,
Practice in all courts, Orangeville,
Idaho.
M. REESE HATTABAUGH, ATT08
ney at law. Office upstairs .'1
Scales Bldg.
A. 8. HARDY ATTORNEY AT LA*
Practices in all courts. Office i>
First National Bank Building,
Orangeville Idaho.
R - P. FULTON, ATTORNEY AT LA*,
Office ia Bank of Camas Prairn
Bldg. Probate and Real Estate La»|
a Specialty.
E. J. SORENSON,., VETERINABT
Surgeon and Dentist. Office at re«
deuce. Orangeville, Idaho.
FRATERNAL ORDERS j
W. O. W. GRANGE VILLE ~C A MP M>j
206. Meets first and third Wednesday!
of each month at I. O. O. F. tall!
John Mundt, C- C. ; R. H. Ambled
Clerk. I
I. O. O. F. MT. IDAHO LODGE NOj
7. Meets every Saturday Digit 4l
7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows alwaj'J
welcome. Pacific Phone. Joh*l
Mundt, Noble Grand. Emery BtiiJ
coe, Secretary. I
ENCAMPMENT I. O. O. F. CAM.«
e
and fourth Saturdays at I. O. 0.
Hall. Bert Decker, Chief Patriawj
George V. Ring Scribe.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS, BUFFA«
Hump lodge No. 30. Meets rve?
Monday. Visiting Knights alw«!*
welcome. A. H. Wetherbee, C. CJ
M. Refvem, K, of R. and S.
M. W. A. CAMP NO. 5840 MEElJj
Thursday _
month at I. O. O. F. Hall. A. *
Ecker, Clerk, F C. Spencer, Of
sal. Pacific Phone 1841.
first
01
0RAN8
AMERICAN
LEGION,
ville Post No. 37. Harold Hat®
Commander. Meets first and w*
Thursdays.
F. O. E„ GRANGEVILLE AERIE Sj
539. Meets eveçy Friday at 8 P-J
Vi.siting brothers arc always
come, E. S. Hancock. W. I'.: Ei»
Van Deventer, Sec.
Choice Native FURS For SM
Also make up furs to order
MRS. W. M. NOBLE J
Pacific Phone 1526, Grange«!
City Transfer
HAlfr
LIGHT AND HEAVY
INO OF AT.T. KINDS
S»r
Phone Pac. 311 for Prompt
vice or Gal! Lamm'« Drug S t0 ,
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