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Buys Washington and Dion Streets (Riverside Addition) > t GEM COUNTY ABSTRACT COMP AKT KATHERINE MANN, M|E Banded Abstractor! flow is the Uma to subscribe. SETTLED By MAftQARIT MOULTON. dyyVVwWwWwWWwlI ; <«, isis. s> sr'ian i».w.p.».r »rodlest« ) Un. Myles was feeding her feathered flu, U and had paused to admire the aevrty hatched chickens clustered about I list r mother In a separate coop, j -Those ere fine chickens you have," i commented Mrs. Wtlktns, the Myles' next-door neighbor, from her side of the wire fence. I "Marcia's coming home on the 7 :8<J tonight," announced Mrs. Myles, proud "It will tie such a comfort to have her at home again after these four In college. 1'tu baking the white mount ein cake she likes end molasses cookies." "Jim's coming In two or three days," Wilkins' equally Jubilant wan Mrs. reply H«th women were silent for a mo "It would be nie«, Mrs. Then, I men I wouldn't It. now, Mary, If " Wilkins stoptted with a tremulous lit i tie laugh. "W* planned It that way when they «ere tiny mites." wont on Mrs. llyles. That night the Myles family lingered over a belated «upper Marcia ate au appreciative young ap|>etlle that had bven fed on a strictly hygienic but monotonous collegiate diet during the past year. The others piled her with guest bin a. Marcia had told them of the fine teaching position she hud beeu of fered In New York. nil "I think in take It," »he murmured hastily, with a glanea at her mother. Her father Interposed, hoping you'd tak* the vacancy In the English department at the high school Your mother was sort "We were hers, Marcia of counting on having you home this Hut there, girl—think It over year. for i couple of week». We want what la heat for you." what «ai In their Msrcla knew her to teach a year In her home town while Jim Wilkins was building up a law prac tice, and then the two families would be united by a wedding. Jim came to call within half an hour More or less tact after he got home, fully, the Myles family left the two folks together on the front young piazza. "They'll probably nettle It now, fa ther," whispered^Mrs. Myles to her husband. "Mother told me about the high hon ors you got at college, Marcia," began Jim stlitedly. "You certainly are to be congratulated on winning a magna cum Mon offered you In New York." Marcia could hardly refrain a smile. "The poor boy thinks I'm terribly clev er and high brow," she thought, she listened Intently to bis next re laude, mid on the excellent post* Hut murk. "I'm considering an offer myself In Naw York—In a big law course,. It wouldu't pay much to Sturt •nd would be very hard work, but It is a splendid opening. Ouce she started to ask : "Couldn't we go fishing In Long pond In the old fiat-bottomed boat some day soon, Jim mie, and talk over old time»?" Jim had begun to discourse on the League of Nations and Marcia listened firm—of Hut weurtly. J Hu's next call was no more success ful tha□ the first, aud tills unsatisfac tory condition of affairs went on for almost two Marcia to ranke her decision about the New York position. That morning she had been helping her mother In the kitchen, clad In a big blue checkered apron. She came out to feed the hens, munching a fresh baked cookie hungrily und quite un aware thet Jim wae watching her from the other side of t^e fence, where he wae reading under the pear tree. He almost laughed aloud when he heard her berating the rooeter. "Oo 'way, you greedy old thing," she "Don't you know that ladle« first r She stopped to take an eeks and It wus time f <>» Mid. com* other bit« of her cookie and then turned her attention to the chlckeuef ilearhlng carefully Into their email coop, the picked out one of the chicks. "Now. Speckles," «he remonatrated to the protecting mother hen. "you kuow I wouldn't hurt your 'Ittle baby." She held the tiny bit of down to her cheek "Hie«» hla 'Ittle heart, the tiny, 'Ittle mu wer'» own cunuln' fing, chlckle." she cooed, as the chick nee tled contentedly ag«ln»t her «oft cheek, "will hie muvver let 'Im have a teeny, weeny bit of cookie?" y "Better not give It to him -might can»» appendicitis," laughed a maecu Une voice from aernae the fence. «Idea, I'd rather have It If you have a bite lo «pare." With a quick vault Jim came over the feuce. Ha took the chicken from Marcia und held It up to hi« cheek "Isn't 'Un cunuln' Ittle fing?" he tensed. "8IUy," she retorted, "put the chick buck and I'U get you a cookie. I made 'em, and they're good. If I do say ao. "Buy, Marcia " au«**«tcd Jtra. "why couldn't we go llahlng tbta afternoon lt'e u glorious day. • nd you might bring some cook "Be I'll bring the worms lad." "And we'll go down to Long pond." chimed Dfi Marcia Joyously. The fish In I.ong pond were not dle turbed very much that afternoon, for the would-be angler« came home empty handed. But that night Marcta confided hap pily to her mother that she was go ing 10 refuse the New York Job. Aud Jim at the «am« time was telling hla mother that he had changed hla mind abolit Naw York—n pracUca In the old hume town was what ha wanted. FATHER CRONIN SPENDS SUMMER ON CHAUTAUQUA New Making Mis First Tour ef South and West. Father Cronin la one of the prom Inent churchmen of the day who gives ( portion of his time ngnually to the Chautauqua platform, year« he has boen a prominent mem ber of Eastern Chautauqua lecture For many * ; /• -> il V I 'A r •< J etaffe, but he Is making hla first tour of the South aud Far West this sea son. Father Cronin Is an eloquent and forceful speaker. His wit Is keeu and scintillating. In his well-known lecture, "The Weeds and Flowers of Litera ture," he deals with the effect on char acter of literature of the day. Notice to Creditors Estate of John A. Hiatt, deceased. Notice is hereby given bv the un dersigned administrator of the es tate of John A. Hiatt, deceased, to 'il OI one of your neighbors gets the best mileage out of his tires ? IS in VW VERY once in a while you hear a motorist say as he kicks a rear tire with an admiring foot, "there's a lucky Give him a chance and he'll tell you all about it. E THE U. S. USCO TREAD Her© ia the U. S. Usco Tread, with a long - established standard of service among motorists who have an eye to /value, as well as to price. While sell ing for loss than the other tires in the U. S. Fabric line, the Usco has earned a reputation for quality and depend able economy which ia not exceeded by any tire In its class. tire I' _ . . And then you'll find that what he calls "luck is simply his first experience with a quality standard tire. buy a U. S. Tire anywhere It all comes to this in this country and you get definite, predictable value for your money no matter what weight car you drive. The man who has been guessing his way through discontinued lines," "job lots" and the t( overstocks, like, will find it refreshing to talk with the local U. S. Tire dealer who is concentrating on a full, com pletely sized line of U. S. Tires. } I I U I I For the first time he will hear some straight quality tire facts —and get the difference between chance and certainty in tire buying. *'Frw#A, Hm U S. Tirmm direct to tho dealer from hi* neighboring Fac tory Branch. " The U. S. Tires he sees in stock are fresh, live tires. They come direct to the dealer from his neighboring Factory Branch. There are 92 of these Branches estab lished and maintained by the U. S. Tire makers. Giving your dealer a continuous moving stock of new, fresh tires built on the certainty of quality first every time UL £ **Him firmt mxparronco with U. S. Quality standard Tin&m. " United States Tires United States © Rubber Company CLAUDE ROBERTS AUTO CO., Emmett the c redlton of and «Il person* hav ing daims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said admlslstrator at the law office of Finley Monroe in the City of Emmett, county of Gem, state of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated May 9, 1921. First publication May 12, 1921. V R. B. SHAW, Administrator of, the Estate of John A. Hiatt, deceased. Serial 017892 Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Boise, Idaho, June 1, 1921. , , Notice Is hereby given that Louts P Fry of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho, who, on May 13, 1916, made home stead entry No. 017892, for SHSW«4, section 3, and SttSEtt, section 4, township 6 north, range 3 east, B. M., has filed notice of intention to make 3-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Reg ister and Receiver at the United States I.and Office, at Boise, Idaho, the 16th day of July, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: ■y M. Lucht, Charles DuMond, W. Clarkson, and Henry Olsen, or. Henr Frank all of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho. FRANK S. HEER, Register. Notice to Creditors Estate of Frank J. Edwards, deceas ed. Notice is hereby given by the un- 1 dersigned executrix of the estate of Frank J. Edwards, deceased, to the creditors of and ail persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice fc> the said executrix at the law office of ' Finley Monroe, in the City of Emmett, County of Gem, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transac tion of the business of said estate. Dated this 14th day of June, 1921. LIZZIE A. EDWARDS, Executrix of the estate of Frank J. Edwards, deceased. First publication June 16, 1921. r Of Interest to Motorists Gem County Vulcanizing Works Hood, Brunswick and Firestone Tires -TEXICO MOTOR OIL Diamond Grid Batteries Red Seal Gas WALTER LARKIN STUDEBAKER CARS Emmett Garage -and Auto Company PHONE 11 Gem County Garage OAKLAND CHANDLER OVERLAND and CLEVELAND CARS Emmett, Idaho Phone 12 SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX Claude Roberts Auto Ce. Dealers in BUICK and DODGB CABS ' \ G. M. C. TRUCKS Second and Washington Struts Phone 9 M. &?M. Garage — Dealers in — FORD CARS -and FORDSON TRACTORS V. First and Washington Street« Letha Garage All kinds of AUTO REPAIRING — and — BATTERY RECHARGING —75 CENTS AN HOUR— Charged for Labor JOHN LEICHTY, Prop.