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# TRUCKS AND CARS | FOR SALE USED V ♦ t Ht -Milt ♦ * # i two Ford Trucks One Samson Truck One Dodge Touring Car, 1919 Dodge Brothers Dealer" •> : ♦ * V ♦ ♦ m 4 [ w. McAdams, » ❖ U , *Mf , * , '* , *'**'H" 5 '**'H'**4'*** + 4'4'****4 , '' 5 , 4'*** , uS secretary to the Los Angeles r Commerce, is gone. He uniMr of s familiarly called "the man who U But not because! ilt lb° ? A ~ . does the nation mourn his norhaus we Should say, the i or pii liai w ho knew him and of him thru, | U 1 organization work. Is because lie was of the people. 7 other city. He worked, slav His was a difficult task—making for his WORKED COMMUNITY HE who for 27 years pmuk Wiggins, that n a true ser He could have It I jin toiled and suffered. i job world believe his story, and get -a citizens to rally round tg bis own t civic shrine with the marked de (ton that he always maintained] K Frank Wiggins won. In the early L t ies he began to paint the picture l California, where then, ns the rest (the world told him, were "humming fads and barren hills." At the ripe age of 74 he has ans wered the call. Had bis field of work bad he been at the Lo enlarge 1 Ln of broader undertakings, those say he would have It is be knew him equal e of the work Frank Wiggins did to the task. tr his community—a work that is losest to the hearts and interests of B— that he should not go unsung. Lava Springs—Now natatorlum to e built at Lava Hot Springs. Nowadays it is a long laue that isn't a few fllvers parked along jOnoe in a while a man loses money « of a hole in the bottom of his faet. but most of the time he loses out of the hole In the top of his let. The Ü. S. has signed a liquor leafy with Sweden. We suppose a pier treaty is a treaty with the wt omitted. IORBKR TO SHOW CAUSE ON I SALE OF REAL ESTATE jin tlie Probate Court of Idaho fcunty, State of Idaho, jin the Matter of the Estate of Wil kin Hendricks. [lee Higliley. the Administrator of k estate of William Hendricks, de ped, having filed heroin his peti fn herein praying for an order of p of the real estate of said Wll kn Hendricks, deceased, above ped, fo tlie purpose therein set Tth. IT JS THEREFORE ORDERED I the judge of said court, that all 59th ) Consecutive quarterly dividend paid Oc tober 1st. Put your savings in tbe stock of a borne company worthy of your con fidence, Dividends 7 per cent per annum. To those who prefer loans, we can use a per cent. limited sum for three years at 7 GRANGEVILLE ELECTRIC POWER CO. LIGHT & persons interested in said estate ap pear before the said Probate Court on the 5th. day of December 1924, at ten o'clock A. M. of said day, at the court room of said court, at Grange v ju e> j n SU id county of Idaho, then and there to show cause why an or I dp,, should not he granted to the said , Administrator, to sell so much or such parts of the real estate of said j William Hendricks, deceased, as shall > | K . necessary, anil that a copy of this ! order he published at least four suc cesslve weeks in the Idaho County F fee Press, a newspaper printed and published in said County; The leal estate described in said petition Is described as follows : Eli>SE 14 of Sec. 22, in Twp. 22, N. R. 1 B., B. M., in Idaho County, State of Idaho, containing 80 acres more or less Done in open court this November 3, 1924. WILBUR L. CAMPBELL If rebate »Judge. N6-27 Commissioners' Proceedings The following claims examined, np poved and ordered paid by warrant drawn on the Current Expense Fund of the county: Quarterly allowance to indigents not in county farm. Frank Kolleane . Jane McPherson Emma Coffey — Lillian Passfield - (L. Krlbs _ Maragret Hummer George Prettyman Fred Bicksel — Thos. R. Eddy - Carl Schneller — Hattie Johnson — Alsebia Eastman . George Holloway H. Jilson - T. O. Lindsey — Jack Davis -, N. D. Hovey —— Miller Hardware Co., Supplies for court house Burroughs Adding Mach. $3(>.00 45.00 30.00 45.00 22.50 30.00 36.00 45.00 45.00 30.00 45.00 45.00 30.00 45.00 37.50 50.00 45.00 •C. $ 16.65 Co., of adding machines un care dor contract - Sundstrand Adding Mach. Co. adding machine 18.91 balance on for Auditor's office Lester Hayes, ten cord wood for court house --r J. C. Breier, towels for court (Banville Drug Co., drugs and supplies for county purposes 45.25 Northwest Chemical and School janitor supplies 193.75 80.00 4.33 Supply Co., for court house - Alexander-Freidenrich Co. plies for court house Wm. D. Bevier, plumbing, court house and jail - E. Watkins, repairs nt —- 25.68 sup 3.61 6.00 Geo. 62.85 county farm - A. W. Robinson, supplies for county farm - 20.35 Frank Cummings, transporting indigents - -—— Frank Cummngs, keeper of the 7.50 county farm_u Eva Lyda, nursing Edw. New _ 320.73 ton 5.00 Eva Lyda, board and care of D. W. Nicholls . Childrens Homefiudlng Ass'n. care of dependent children.- 300.01) Alexander-Freidenrich Co., To bacco for county indigents at county farm 29.37 43,00 Eva Lyda, nursing Tom Eddy. 24.20 Alexander-Freidenrich Co., sup plies for county farm_ Eva Lyda. nursing and board of Jake Woodring_ Dr. J. N. Verberkmoes, vital statistics __ Idaho County Enterprise, pub lishing election notice_ E. S. Hancock, burial of Ed. Newton and Bowney. indi gents _ _ Stites Kooskia Tel Co., tolls_ 8.85 State Insurnace Fund, work mans compensation insurance 354.60 G. O. Perrenoud. medicine or dered by Dr. Chipman_ Kooskia Drug Co., fumigators. 3.00 Kooskia Drug Co., medicine furnished N. D. Hovey Turned Drug Co., fumigators 4.00 J. II. Mitchell, refund to fax deed consideration on judg ment of District Court_150.00 42.23 32.35 8.25 41.00 90.00 :: oo 16.45 J. G. Eimers, cash advanced on County Fair Premium Appro priation - - J. G. Elmers, cash advanced on County Fair Premium Appro priation J. G. Eimers, cash advanced on County Fair Premium Appro priation _ _ J. G. Eimers, cash advanced on County Fair Premium Appro priation __ _— Pacific Tel. & Tel. Co. rent and toll for county offices— 151.95 M. Reese Huttahaugh, statu tory appearance on three in sanity cases _ Cottonwood Chronicle, supplies and printing for County of fices - - H. G. Sasse, publishing election 99.00 _152.00 196.25 _ 237.00 30.00 175.00 notice - „ - J. C. Safley, publishing and printing for county offices.. 240.69 Kooskia Mountaineer, publish ing election notice _ Kooskia Mountaineer, publish ing notice of school law_ 20.00 Caxton Printers, supplies for county offices Idaho County Free Press, coun ty Printing John W. Graham, supplies for county offices -! Shaw & Borden Co., supplies for county offices Vollmer & Scott Est. refund of tax on erroneous assessment Flax Mfg. Co., Cariion paper.. Syms York Co., supplies for county offices Syms York Co., supplies for county offices The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warants drawn on the General Road Fund of the county : Inland Abstract Co., certificate in the matter of the Thomas rights of way — R. C. Day, Arbitrator in the matter * of Thomas right of 50.00 42.50 458.66 _ 229.70 8.52 77.72 79.72 3.50 _ 42.35 _ a3.09 _$ 3.00 10.00 way - - W. A. Jones, Arbitrator in the matter of Thomas right of way - - J. W. Carpenter, labor on road near Dixie S. X. Williams, labor on Rocky Canyon road — Geo. J. Burgund, lalmr on Rocky Canyon road - Unity Gold Mines Co. Powder and caps -, Joe Earp, overseer of Road Dist. No. 1..— James S. McFarland, lalior In Road Dist. No. 8 Andy Kavnnangh, Overseer of road Dist. No. 8 Jack OlLeary, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 10 -- J. O. Howard, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 13 - Jesse C. Hemphill, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 15 — - 13.80 _ 25.00 _ 37.50 55.50 6.75 114.50 24.50 _219.73 80.00 52.00 _ 21.23 Alliert Flint, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 16 - Alexander-Freidenrich Co., sup plies for Road Dist. No. 1— Keith Cash, labor in Road Dist. No. 3__ W. W. Cash, labor in Rond Dist. No. 3 - Alexander-Freidenrich Co., sup plies for Road Dist. No. 3— L. Neal, labor in Road Dist. No. 3 - Jack O'Leary, for road work In Dist. No. 25.00 14.30 12.00 54.00 2.35 5.00 cash advanced 63.00 Ki Iloliert Kvle, labor In Road Dist. No. 15 __ Alexander - Freidenrlch Co., nails for Road Dist. No. 20- C. D. Wilson, lalior in road Dist. No. 18 Ed. Klndal, lalior In Road Dist. No. 15.. John Clarke, lalior Dist. No. 10 — Allen Kennedy, labor In Road Dist. No. 10 —.. Frank Chase. Dist No. 26 L. J. Earp, labor on South Fork Road --— - Irvin Earp labor on South Fork Road Travis York Road, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro. —-- Athol York, lalior on Road, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro.-- Henry S. Hnzlltt. labor on Dixie Road, Forest. Service Co-oper. Appro. - - Wm. O'Connor, labor on Dixie Road, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro. _ -— John Knopkn. labor on Dixie Road, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro. - - Joe McKnlght, lalior on Dixie Road, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro. - Henry Teicher, cash advanced balance of Claim No. 15.00 2.00 11.00 3.00 in Road _ 19.00 ♦ 142.00 labor in Road 21.00 1 24.50 ♦ 45.50 lalior on Dixie .195.00 Dixie 100.00 2.00 8.00 33.00 12.00 on 21.19 2723 . H. 0. Denny, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 3 .. T. B. York, Overseer of Road 73.50 Dist. No. 9, IT and 24 . 230.30 Fred Leski, labor on Little lied Creek, Elk City_ E. E. Coder, Overseer of Road Dist. No. 20 _ The following claims examined and a proved and ordered paid by warrant drawn on the Forest Reserve Fund of the County. Bureau of Highways, for county appropriation made under res olution made by the Commis sioners of Idaho County un der date of April 19, 1924, for the surfacing of the White Bird Hill on North and South Highway The following claims examined, ap pall! by warrant Bridge Fund of the 72.00 13.50 S.PMWMMl proved and ordered drawn on the County : M. B. Carnefer, labor on Rig gins Bridge_:_ LaGrange Box and (Lumber Co., bridge lumber for Itigglus bridge _ Alexander-Freidenrich Co., la bor on Red River Bridge, Forest Service Co-oper. Ap— 17.49 G. C. Nitz labor on Red River Forest Service Co ... 15.00 $ 34.50 .145.00 Bridge, oper. Appro. E. L. Saunders, labor Red River Bridge, Forest Service Co oper. Appro_ Frank O. Harsh, labor on Red River Bridge, Forest Service Co-oper. Appro. J. I.. Hayes, labor on Red River Forest Service Co _42.00 _ 63.00 Bridge, oper. Appro-- C. E. Gibier, labor on Red River Forest Service 28.00 Co Bridge, oper. Appro. J. C. Litchfield, plank for Red River Bridge, Co-oper. Appro — October 15, 1924, Wednesday third _ 39.00 Forest Service _ 50.40 term day. Wednesday Board met pursuant to adjournment of yesterday. Present same as yester day, place of meeting, same as yester day. Oct. 15. 1924, 9 a. m. Minutes of yesterday road and ap proved whereupon the hoard pro ceeded to business ns follows: The following claims examined, ap proved and ordordc paid by warrant drawn on the Current Expense fund of the county; Andrew Paulson, posting Tax _$ 3.00 Notices - C. O. Pell, tlces _ Frank Hogan, salary ns Jnn posting Tax No 4.00 261.00 Itor The following claims examined, ap proved and ordered paid by warrant drawn on the General Rond Fund of the county. Lets ui Thomas, for right-of Elk City Highway —$200.00 for right-of way H. S. Thomas, way for Klk City Highway- 500.00 Resignation of M. F. Daly, constable of White Bird Precinct, here accept ed, and In connection therewith, it Is hereby ordered that the bondsmen of said M. F. Daly as such constable be released from any further obliga tion under the terms of the bond of from and after the such «instable, date hereof. Request of citizens of the vicinity of Cottonwood, GrnvecreeS Rond l>o repaired, here examined and ordered filed. Joint quarterly report of County Auditor and Treasurer here examined and approved Foe report of Probate Judge, showing fees in the amount of $155.75 and fines in the sum of $32.50 here examined and approved. Fee report of County Sheriff, show ing fees in the amount of $263.53 and board for Federal prisoners col lected in the sum of $98.00, here ex amined and approved. Fee report of Clerk, showing fees in the n that the asking Auditor and Recorder, mount of $874.40 here examined and approved Petitions of residents of School Districts No. 25 and 66 for change of here laid over for the boundaries term. Appllcationof Idaho National For county-co-opcrntion est Reserve for in building road in Warren territory, and taken under advls considered ment. Report of Keeper of County Farm here examined and approved. On application of Tax Receipts No. 5572 assessment on Lots 1 and 2 in Block B Gelbachs Addition for the year lb 22 is hereby caneelled, it appearing that said lots arc owned by Kather ine McEvers, a widow. Amount of Tax $16.71. It appearing that (Lot 1 in Block E of Knob Hill Addition to Orange ville Is the property of Idaho County, it Is hereby ordered that all tax standing on the records against said property he and is hereby cancelled. Jack O'Leary as Tax Collector representing Rcsignltlon of of Rond District No. 10, laid overseer over for the term. Depository bond of the tionnl Bank of Cottonwood In the sum of $5,000.00 with the American Sur ety Company of New York ns surety, dated June Isî, 1922, approved. Depository bond of the of Cottonwood, First Nn First Na il a ted tional Bank June 8th, 1924 in the sum of $7, 600.00 with the American Surety Co., ofNcw York ns surety, approved. Depository bond of the First Na tional Bank of Grangeville, dated Feb.13, 1924, in the sum of $15,000 .00, with the American Surety Co., of New York ns surety approved. Depository bond of the First Na tional Bank of Grangeville, dated May 23, 1922. In the sum of $5, 000.00, with the United States Fldel ityand Guaranty Company, as surety, approved. Depository bond of the First Na tonal Bank of Grangeville, dated January 1, 1924 In the amount of $10,000.00, with the Fidelity and De posit Company, as surety, approved. Depository bond of the First Na tional Bank of Grangeville, dated Jan. 1, 1924, in the amount of $3,. 000.00, with the United States Fi delity and Guaranty Company surety, approved. Depository bond of the River State Bank of Idaho, dated Dec. 3, 1923, with the Salmon River Stores Co., Thos Po gue, P. Chamberlin, M. W. Tipton, a.« Salmon White Bird, T. C. Lyda sum of $ 10 , W. E. McGaffee sureties, given 000.00 here approved In the sum of S2.250.00. and in the Depository bond of the Bank of Ferdinand, dated January 8 , .1924, In the amount of $5,000.00, with the A mericau Surety Company, of New York as surety, approved. Depository bond of the Fer dinand State Bank, dated Nov. 14. 1922, in the amount of $5,000.00, with Hartford Accident Indemnity Co., us surety, approved. Depository bond of the Citizens State Bunk of Kooskia, Idaho dated May 31, 1921 in the amount of $0. 900.00. with the American Surety Company .as surety, approved. Depository bond of the Cottonwood State Bank, dated Dec. 31, 1923, In the amount of $7,500.00, with the Fi delity and Deposit Company, as sure ty. approved. Depository bond of the Cottonwood State Bank, dated Jan. 12, 1923, in the amount of $5,000.00, with the National Surety Company of New York, as surety, approved. of the Bank of dated February 12, $20.000.09 American Surety Co., ns Depository bond Camas Prairie, 1924, in the amount of with the surety, approved. Depository bond of the Bank of Camas Prairie, dated April 28, 1923, in tlie amount of $ 10 . 000 . 00 , with the Fidelity and Deposit Company, as surety, approved. Board here reeesssed for a visit to the county farm, returning to the office at 4:30 p. m. and by way of report make statement found things in a satisfactory condi tion. that they The above and foregoing minutes of this, the 15 th day of October, lb 24 here read and approved. No further business appearing the board here recessed to meet Nov. 14. 1924 for the purpose of continuing this, sion of the board. the October, 1924 regular ses NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL • In the Probate Court, of Idaho County, state of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of OS CAR JOHNSON, Deceased PURSUANT to an order of said Probate Court made on the 29th. day of October, 1924, notice is hereby giv that the 15th. day of November, 1924, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m., said day at the Court room of the above entitled court, house in u i. at the Court Grnngeville, Idaho County, Idaho, has been appointed ns the time ' and place for proving the will of said Oscar Johnson, deceased, and for hearing the application of Anna Johnson for the issuance to lier of Letters Testamentary, when anil where any person Interested may ap pear and contest the same. Dated this 29th. day of October, 1924. Mary M. Griffith, Clerk of the above entitled court. First publication, Oct. 30, 1924. Last publication, Nov. 13, 1924. NOTICE OF PRORATE In the Probate Court of Idaho County, State of Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate of William Feller, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on October 2*?, 1924, IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Saturday the 8th. day of November, 1924, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at the court, room of said court, in the City of Orangeville, Idaho, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will William Feller, deceased, and for hearing the application of Elizabeth Feller for the issuance to her of Let ters of Will Annexed in the liant Feller, deceased, when and where person interested may appear NOTICE of said Administration, with the estate of Wil any and contest the same. Dated October 23, 1924. Wilbur L. Campbell. Ex-Officio Clerk 023-NO NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court, County of Idaho, State of Idaho. Idaho, In the Matter of the Estate of E. Nicholls, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that Letters testamentary on the Will and estate of E. Nicholls deceased, wore granted to the undersigned on the 14th. day of October, 1924, by Probate Court of Idaho County. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance nt my resi dence at Grangeville, Idaho, or at the law office of A. S. Hardy, at Grange ville, Idaho, within 10 months after the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred. Dated this 15 day of Oct. 1924. John P. Eimers Executor of Will of E. Nicholls, deceased A. S. Hardy, Attorney for Execu tor, Grangeville, Idaho. First publication Oct. 16, 1924. Last publication Nov. 13, 1924. » ■ ■ - NOTICE OF HIGHWAY ELECTION Public notice is herby given that Nov. 29, 1924, at the Doumecq Plains in No. 63, Bhtwen the O30-N13. on Saturday, school house on School District hours of 1 p. m. and 5 p. m. there wil be an election held of the Dou Highway District for the pur of electing three Highway Com mecq pose missioners for the term of four years, beginning Jan. 1, 1925. By order of the board of Doumecq Highway Commissioners. R. H. OTTO, President FRANK O. ALLEN, Sec. 030-nl3. NOTICE OF TEAHERS EX AMINATION Examination for all classes of teach ers' certificates will be held on No vember 20, 21 and 22, in the court house in Grangeville. All persons who expect to teach In the public schools of Idaho county and who do not hold valid certificates are requir ed to take this examination. ELTA M. ARNOLD, County Superintendent of Public Instruction NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Probate Court, County of Idaho, State of Idaho. In the Matter of the Estate of An. tone Olson, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that Letters of Administration on the estate of Antone Olson deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 14th day of October, 1924, by the Probate Court of Idaho County. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance at the law office of F. E. Fogg, within 4 mouths after the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred. Dated this 14 day of October, 1924. John Bratland, Administrator. F. E. Fogg, Attorney for Estate, Orangeville, Idaho. First publication Oct. 10, 1924 Last publication, Nov. 6 , 1924. PROFESSIONAL CARDS >. 8 . STOCKTON, PHYSICIAN ANT' Surgeon, office upstairs in Seales block. OR. B. CHIPMAN, PHYSICIAN AND Surgeon. A. & F. Block, Gringo villa, Idaho. DR. 0. B. HAMILTON, DENTIST, Successor to Dr. D. J. Powell-Oerb er. Office, First National Bank building, Orangeville, Idaho. DR. D. S. COCHRAN, DENTIST, X-Ray Diagnosis. Pyorrhea Treat ment. Office over Eimers-Graham Co. Phono 511. Orangeville, Ida. DR, THOS. J. FORDB, Dentist, 521 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone 15. Res. 376J. All work guaranteed. Dr. J .E. RICK, CHIROPRACTOR The New Science that means Health. Consultation free. Up Stairs, Scales Block, Orangeville, Idaho. H. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practice in all courts, Orangeville, J dabo. \I. REESE II ATT AB AUG H, ATTOB ney at law. Office upstairs in Scales Bldg. V.. 8. HARDY ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in all courts. Office In First National Bank Building, Orangeville Idaho. 3. F. FULTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office in Bank of Camas Prairie Bldg. Probate and Real Estate Law a Specialty. FRATERNAL ORDERS W. O. W. ORANGEVILLE GAMP NO 206. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month at I. O. O. P. ball John E. Byrom, C. 0. ; R, H. Am bler, Clerk. I. O. O. F. MT. IDAHO LODGE NO. 7, Meets every Saturday night at 7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows always welcome. Bell, Noble Grand. Secretary. Pacific phone. R. E. H. Rothwelt, ENCAMPMENT I. O. O. F. CAMAS Prairie No. 18. Meets the second and fourth Saturdays nt L O. O. F. Hall. L. L. Smith, Chief Patriarch George V. Ring, Scribe. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, BUFFALO Hump lodge No. 30. Meets every Monday. Visiting Knights always welcome. O. W. McConnell, C. O. ; B. Auger, K. of R. A S. M. W." A. CAMP NO. 5840 MEETS first Thursday of each month nt I. O. O. F. Hall. John Oliver, Clerk. Otis Wilson, Consul. LEGION, ORANGE T. H. Shrontz, Commander. Meets first and third Thursdays. AMERICAN P ville Post No. 37. P. O. E.. ^ORANGEVILLE AERIE NO. 63J. Meets every Friday nt 8 p. m. Visiting brothers are always wel come Robert Pugh, W. P. ; Frank Van Ppyeater. Sec. NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT IDA ho Circle No. 160. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, I. O. O. F. Tuesdays of each month, I. O. O. F. hall. Mary N. Parker, guardian neighbor: Lena Markham, clerk. •J**********-*************** * HANCOCK I w ♦ Only Licensed x Y X ❖ Undertaker & Embalmer % i In Idaho County t t X ^ Motor Hearse Grangeville Ida. Coroner of Idaho County & * + .j. .j. ** .j. * * * *+•:• *+-V * ❖ * •> * ? City Transfer LIGHT and HEAVY HAULING OF ALL KINDS Phone Pac. 311 for Prompt Ser ice. * Matts Place HEY, FELLAS!! I ' THE BOYS ARB EYEING 'EM AGAIN DOWN AT MATS i I PLACE. PIPE REPAIRING, i M. B. GEARY, Pra*.