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HOMESTEAD ENTRIES CANCELED The following homestead entries have been canceled upon the records I in the U. S. Land Office, Lewiston, Idaho, and the laud formerly covered thereby now appears to be vacant and subject to entry by the first legally qualified applicants. H. E. 06036, made June 30, 1919, by Charles C. Crawford for the SEViSE'4 Sec. 3, NW'iNW'4 Sec. 11, N%SEM, Sec. 10, T. 30 N„ R. 2 W„ B. M. II. E. 06987, made June 30, 1919, by Harvey Knight for the EMi SEV», Sec. 20., T. 30 N., R. 2 W„ B. M. H. E. 07050, made June 30, 1919, by Glen E. Norris for the S% NW\4, W% SWVi, SWV4 SE14, Sec. 33, T. 30 N., R. 2 W., Lot 2, Sec. 4, T. 29 N., R. 2 W., B. M. H. E. 07265, made June 30, 1919, by Oscar F. Hollingsworth for the SE'4 SEVi. Sec. 5, T. 2S N.. R. 2 W„ B. M. II. E. 07114, made June 30, 1919, by William A. Ferguson for the Lot 3. Sec. 7, T. 30 N„ R 2 W., SEU. E% NE'i, Sec. 12, NE Vi NEV4, Sec. 13, T. 30 N., R. 3 W., B. M. H. B. 009t)0, made June 30, 1919, by Lena Jackson Enterich for the NWii NE >4, Sec. 15, SWV4 SEV4, Sec. 10, EVj NEU, NKVi N W14, Sec. 9, SEV4 SWli, Sec. 4, T. 30 N„ R. 2 W.. B. M. NWV» NE VI, Men are not gettiig their hair cut as often as they used to. They hate to go Into the barber shop where all those women are. NOTICE To the Honorable Board of Conn tv Commissioners, Idaho county, Idn ho. Gentlemen: I hereby make request of your Honorable Board for the ap I»ointment of one office deputy, and field deputy for the collection of which, by oue Personal Property taxes decision of the State Supreme court, to the Official Tax Collector; and for such extra help as may be required to take care of the office work. This request and proof of publica tion is made in accordance with Sec tions 3545 and 3700 of the Compiled Statutes of the State of Idaho. Respectfully submitted Aaron F. Parker, County Treasurer and Ex-Of ficio Tax Collector—Elect. D18-JL NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of an order of sale, made nnd entered by the Probate Court of the Countv of Idaho, State of Idaho, on December fifth, 1924, in the matter of the estate of Willinn Hendricks, de ceased. the undersigned administrator of said estate will sell at private sale, subject to confirmation by the said Probate Court, the following des cribed real property nnd real estate, to-wit : East half of the Southeast quarter of Section 22. in Township 22, N. R. 1 E. B. M., in Idaho County, Idaho, containing SO acres more or less. This sale will be made on or after the 5th. day of January, 1925, nnd bids will be received at the office of the undersigned in New' Meadows, Ida ho, up to 12 o'clock, M., of said day, or bids may bo left with the Clerk of the Probate Court of Idaho County, Idaho. Terms of sale will lie cash, or part cash nnd part credit, credit not to exceed one year, the part on credit to lie represented by notes of purchaser first mortgage on the secured by a real estate so sold. Right reserved to reject any and all bids. Dated December 5th., 1924. Lee Highley, Administrator of said Estate. Residence and P. O. Address, New Meadows, Idaho. Dll-25 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALK OF ESTRAY STOCK County of of Ida Sheriff's Office, SS. ho. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at the C. C. Kerlee Ranch about 12 miles northeast of Grange ville, Idaho, on the Luke's gulch road, there was taken up as estrnys during the month of October, 1924, the following described animals, to wit : 1 brown yearling horse colt, 2 white hind feet, spot In face, no also 1 marks or brands visible, brown yearling horse colt, in forehead, no marks or brands visible, 1 black yearling horse colt with spot in forehead, no marks or brands visible, 1 grev two year old filly, wire loft hind leg no marks spot scar on brands visible. Said animals having been taken up section 1995 of the compiled State of Idaho and or under sntutes of the will be sold by me In compliance with the Statute in such cases made nnd provided, at the ranch above describ ed on Tuesday the 20th.,' day of January. 1925, at the hour of 11 'clock A. M. of said day to the high est bidder for cash, in lawful money olf the United States, Dated this 9th. day of December, ■ I 1924. W. H. ELLER, Sheriff, By John A. Powell, Deputy. D11-J15-5D. NOTICE To the Honorable Board of County Idaho County, of Commissioners Idaho. Gentlemen : I hereby make request of your Hon orable Board for the appointment of one special deputies as may be necessary to take care of the work of the sher iffs office. This request and proof of punit and ns many regular deputy, cation is made in accordance with Sections 3543 and 3700 of the Com piled Statutes of the State of Idaho. Respectfully submitted. Hervlu Rothwell. Sheriff Elect. D4-25 NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF PARDON Notice is hereby given that I Wil liam E. Corrado, having been convict ed In the month of Deeemher 1922. for the crime of forgery, in the District Court, in Idaho County, State of Ida ho, and sentenced by said Court to serve a term of from two to fourteen Boise, Idaho, Ada County, will make application to the State Board of Par dons, at their next regular meeting, after the legal publication of the no tice, for a cut to three years and good time or a full and complete par don. (Signed) Wm, Emerson Corrado, Bex r.s D4-2ÖX NOTICE To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Idaho County, Idaho. Gentlemen : I hereby make request to your Hon orable Board for the appointment of one Deputy mul such extra help as may be necessary to take care of the work of the Office. This request and proof of publication is made In accor dance with Scellons 35-15 and 3700 of tlie Compiled Statutes of the State of Idaho. Respectfully sulunitted, William Ingram Idaho County Ash D4-25 501 *. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of William Feller, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, that Letters of Administration with Will annexed on tiu; estate of William Feller de ceased, were granted to tlie under signed on the 18th. day of November A. D., 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 M. Reese Hattabaugh in the W. N. Scales Block, Orangeville, Ida ho, within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice, they shall lie forever barred. Dated this 18th. day of November, I»r Elizabeth Feller, Administratrix with Will Annexed. M. Reese Hattabaugh, Attorney for Administratrix, Orangeville, Ida. First publication Dec. 4, 1924. Ii«st publication, Dec. 25, 1924. 1924. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER AN ORDER OF SALE In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Ida ho, in and for the County of Idaho. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ORANGEVILLE, Plaintiff. OK vs. C. E. Bonstrora, Frankie F. Bonstrom, Jay M. Randall, A. E. Randall, Belle J. 'Dorman, J. J. Pulse as trustee In bankruptcy cf C. E. Bonstrom, bank rupt. Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that sale and decree of foreclosure, Issued out of the above entitled Court, in the above entitled cause, on the 24th. day of November, 1924, and by au thority in me vested by virtue there of, I will on Saturday the 20th. day of December, 1924. at the hour or 2 o'clock, p. m. cf said day, at the front door of the Court house, in the City of Orangeville, Idaho Coun ty, Idaho, offer for sale to the high est bidder for lawful money of the United States, the hereinafter des cribed real property, situate lying and being in the County of Idaho, nnd State of Idaho, to wit, Tlie North 13 acres of the North east quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 24. Township 30, N. R. Two (2), East of the Boise Meridian, with the improvements Together privileges and appurtenances there unto belonging, For the purpose judgment rendered which said judgment amounts to the of $9367.40 with interest there of satisfying a in said action sum on at the rate of 7 per cent per an from date of judgment to date num of sale, together with costs and ac appenrs from said erning costs, as decree and order of sale, Dated this 26th. day of Novem ber, 1924. W. H. BffXBR. Sheriff By JOHN A. POWELL, Deputy N27-D18. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER AN ORDER OF SALE In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Ida ho, in and for the County of Idaho. CHARLES H. WILSON, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph ,L. Trilie, AVarren Tribe, Frank Chandler and C. L. Bitter, Defen dants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure Issued out of the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District, of the State of Ida ho, in and for the County of Idaho, the 21st. day of November, 1924, in the above entitled action wherein Charles H. Wilson, the alwre named plaintiff, obtained judgment nnd de of foreclosure against Joseph L. Tribe, Warren Tribe, Frank Chand ler and C. L. Bitter, the above named defendants, on the said 21st. day of November, 1924, for the sum of $2445.80 with interest thereon at the rate of 7 per cent per annum from date of judgment to date of sale, be sides costs and accruing costs; Said judgment having been and entered in the office of the clerk of the said Court on the 21st. day of November, 1924. and recorded in judgment book No. 6 at page 344; I am commanded to give notioe of sale and to sell the premises describ ed in said judgment and decree, in the manner prescribed by law and to applv the proceeds as In said decree mentioned, the lands nnd premises so directed and ordered by the said de cree to be sold are situated, lying and being in the Connty of Idaho, and State of Idaho, and particularly des cribed as follows ; southwest quarter of the on cree filed The northwest qunrter. nnd the north half of the southwest quarter, and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter, of Sec tion 4, Township 21) N. R. 1 W. B. M. containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the official survey. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I will on SATURDAY the 20th. day of December, 1924. at the hour of 10:30 o'clock A. M. of said day. at the front dcor of the Court house In the City of Orangeville, Idaho Coun ty. State of Idaho, in obedience to said order of sale and decree offer for sale at public auction, all the right, title, claim and interest, of the above named defendants, of, in and to tlie above described premises, or so much thereof as may ho necessary to satisfy said judgment with interest costa and accruing costs: to the high est and best bidder for lawful money of the United States. Dated this 25th. day of November, 1924. w. II. BITER, Sheriff Bv JOHN A. POWELL, Deputy \ 27 -DIS. SUMMONS In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County Of Idaho. J. O. EIMERS, Plaintiff, \ ■ . LEONARD RECKER-JURG EN and KATHERINE BECKER - JURGEN ; GHANGEVILLH BREWING COM PANY, Limited, a' corporation ; and W ULLI AM ROESCII, W. L. ROESCH, HERBERT O. ROESCH, NELLIE and W. F. MATLOCK, as the directors in of of the affairs of the Orangeville flee Brewing Company, Ltd., a corporation forfeited ; has been whose charter Defendants. THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS GREETINGS to Leonard Becker-Jur gen. Katherine Becker-Jurgen, Orange Limited, ville Brewing Company, corporation, William Roesch, W. L. Roesch, Herbert O. Roesch, Nellie (Laatz, Fred Lnntz and W. F. Mat lock, as the directors in office of the Orangeville Brewing Company, Ltd., n coriKiration, whose forfeited, Defeu affairs of the charter has been dants, above named: you are herby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Tenth Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho in and for the Comity of Idaho, by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and said complaint within twenty answer days of the service of this summons if served within said Judicial District and within forty days if served else where ; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and ans snid complaint within the time the plaintiff will wer herein specified, take judgment against you ns prayed in said complaint. Said action is brought to foreclose that certain mortgage recorded Book 23 of Mortgages, page 638, of the records in tlie office of the County Recorder of Idaho County, Idaho, nnd upon a tract of land descrllied by metes and bounds as follows: Commencing at a point 60 feet West of the Nortwest corner of Block D. of Court House Addi tion to the City of Orangeville, In thence west along the 360 Idaho, south side of Main Street feet to « stone planted by a sur veyor, thence 210 feet south to n stone, thence east 360 feet to a stone marking said corner, thence north 210 feet to the place of beginning, being n tract of land situated In the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter and the Southeast quarter west qunrter of Section 19, Town ship 30 North. Range 3 East B. M„ in Idaho County, Idaho, and including also all the buildings thereon and all machinery, fix tures, wires, engines, vats, tubs, casks nnd all used In nnd of the North other appliances about the above mentioned with all the tenements, heredi taments and appurtenances there unto belonging or in anywise appertaining, nnd also all the estate., rigid, title nnd interest of the said mortgagors therein. WITNESS my hand nnd the seal of said. District Court this 17th. day of November, 1924. premises, together Henry Teicher, Clerk By W. N. Knox, Deputy. (SEAL) B. Auger, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence & Post Office Address: Orangeville, Idaho. N20-D25. SUMMONS In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Ida ho, in and for the County of Idaho. Robert J. Dunn and Ruth E. Dunn, Plaintiffs, vs. Joseph H. Mauck and Emma E. Mauck, Defendants. STATE OF IDAHO SENDS THE GREETNGS to Joseph H. Mauck and Emma defendants: hereby notified that a | You are complaint has been filed against you of the Tenth in the District Court Judicial District of the State of Ida-1 ho in and for the County of Idaho, by the above named plaintiffs, nnd you are hereby directed to appear nnd the said complaint within of the service of this answer twenty days summons if served within said Ju dicial District, and within forty days nnd you are further notified that unless you appear and answer within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed In said complaint. You are further notified that said action is brought to obtain a decree of said court declaring and adjudging that the defendants have no estate or interest whatever in or to the fol lowing described lands and premises, » and that the title of the plaintiffs and that 1 if served elsewhere ; so said complaint thereto is good and valid, the defendants be enjoined and de- 1 barred from asserting any claim whatever In or to said land and premises, nnd for such other relief as shall seem meet. The land and premises described In the complaint and to which this action relates are described ns follows, to wit: The Northwest quarter of Sec ; tlon Twenty Three, Township Thirty North. Range Three East B. M., in Idaho County, State of Idaho. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said District Court,, this 25th. day of October, 1924. HENRY TELCHER, Clerk. By W. N. Knox, Deputy (SEAL) B. AUGER. Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and Post Office Address ; Orangeville, Idaho N13-D18. PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. P. WEBER, Dr. Stockton. M. 1). Successor t( Orangeville, Idaho.* DR. I). 8. COCHRAN, DENTIST» X-Ray Diagnosis. Pyorrhea Treats' ment. Office over Elmcrs-Grnhaii Co. Phone 511. Orangeville, Ida.;,' 1R, B. CH1PMAN,. PHYSICIAN AN 0 A. & F. BIojV, Qr.ng* Surgeon. vi'D, Idaho. DR. C. B. HAMILTON, DENTIST, Successor to Dr. D. J. Powell-Oerh First National Bank building, Orangeville, Idaho. DH. THOS. J. FOR E. Dentist, 521 Main Street, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone 15, Res. 376.1. Ail work guaranteed. Office, or. CHIROPRACTOR Dr. J .K. RICK, The New Science that means Health. Consultation free. Up Stairs, Scales Block, Orangeville, Idaho. ll. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practice in all courts, Orangeville, Idaho. M. REESE HATTABAUGH, ATTOll Office upstair* 1» nay at law. Scales Bldg. Ü 8. HARDY ATTORNEY AT lÄW, Office m Building, courts. Bank Practices in ail First Notional Orangeville Idaho. S. P PULTON, ATTORNEY AT LA IV, Office in Bank of Comas Prairie Bldg. Probate and Real Estate Law a Specialty. FRATERN AL ORD ERS W. O. w, ORANGEVILLE CAMP NO 206. Meets first and third Wednesday of each month at I. O. O. P. hall John E. Byrom, C. 0.; R- H. Am bler, Clerk. I. O. O. F. MT. IDAHO LODGE NO. 7, Meets every Saturday night ah 7:30. Visiting Odd Fellows always R. K H. Rothwell, Pacific phone. welcome. Bell, Noble Grand. Secretary. ENCAMPMENT I. O. O. F. CAMAS Prairie No. 18. Meets the second* and fourth Satnrdaysjit I. O. O. B7 Hall. L. L. Smith, Chief Patriarch George V. Ring, Scribe. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, BUFFALO Hump lodge No. 30. Meet# every Monday. Visiting Knight* nlwav* welcome. O. W. McConnell, C. C. ; B. Auger, K. of R. & S. M. W. A. CAMP NO. 5840 MEETS first Thursday of each month at I. O. O. P. Hall. John Oliver. Clerk. Otis Wilson. Consul. GRANGE AMERICAN ville Post No. 37. T. H. Shrontz, Commander. Meets first and third LEGION. Thursday*. F. O. E..».GRA.NGEVILLR AERIE NO. 5SM. Meets every Friday at 8 p. m. VI.siting brothers are always wel come Robert Pugh, W. P. ; Frank Van Deventer. Sec. NEIGHBORS OF WOODCRAFT IDA ho Circle No. 160. Meets 2nd nnd 4th Tuesdays of each month, L O. O. W. hail. netghbo'-: Lena Markham, clerk. Mary N. Parker, guardian ++**++*-:-****+*+**++<-4'**+** ❖ # HANCOCK * * Only Licensed j + Undertaker & Embalmer » + : * In Idaho County *£ Motor Hearse Orangeville Ida. J Coroner of Idaho County % «j» •H-5-++-Î-+++++4 *************** * City Transfer LIGHT and HEAVY HAULING OF ALL KINDS Phone Pac. 311 for Prompt Ser - Ice. 1 K r« - m -'^ÊÊÊtL r ' ' "^ut^r ' 1 Matts Place HEY, FELLAS!! THE BOYS ARK EYEING 'EM : AGAIN DOWN AX MATS | PLACE. ? PIPE REPAIRING. M. B. GEARY, Pnp.