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R. B. AYERS
Attorney and Counselor
practice in all courir
Boom 7, Bank of Emmett Bldg.
Emmett, Idaho
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J. P. REED
Attorney and Counselor
at Law
Practice in All Courts
Emmett, Idaho
FINLEY MONROE
Attorney at Law
Practice in All Courts
Emmett, Idaho
GEO. C. HUEBENER
Lawyer
Practice in All State and
Federal Courts
Room 16, Bank of Emmett Bldg.
Phone 155, Emmett, Ida.
CEM COUNTY
ABSTRACT CO.TiV
NY
KATHERINE MANN, Mgr.
Bonded Abstracters
Auditor's Office, Court House
Emmett, Idaho
DR. I. A. WOOD
DENTIST
Phone: Office 1st. Res. 151-R2 '
Bank of Emmett Building
Emmett, Idaho
DR. C. B. TITUS
Dentist
and ÇX-RAY EXAMINATION
Rooms 18 & 19, Bank of Em- (
mett Bldg. Hours, 9 to 12 a. m.
1 to 5 p. m. Evenings by ap
pointment. Phone 230.
DR. B. O. CLARK
Physician and Surgeon
117 N. Washington Avenue
Phone 5 Bank of Emmett Bldg.
H. H. PRESTEL, M. D. C.
DEPUTY
STATE VETERINARIAN
Phone 3
Emmett, Idaho
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RAY G. NEWCOMER
Graduate Optician
Registered in Idaho 1908
Emmett, Idaho
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GENERAL
BLACKSMITHING
— and —
REPAIR WORK
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
H. D. Buys
Washington and Dion Streets
(Riverside Addition)
Rentals
Notary Public
Wilton & Crouch
REAL ESTATE
Fire Insurance in Depend
able Companies
Emmett, Idaho
ORSESHOEING
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We are experts. We adapt
the shoe to the horse's seeds
and the work he is to do, wheth
er for traveling or pulling.
Bring Ue Your Plowshares
to be Sharpened
McMillan & riggs
DAN W. WOODY
Emmett Dray and
Livery Co.
I do a General Dray and
Livery Business.
Headquarters at DeMas
ters' Barn. Phone 262.
Mass 1
Catechism class immedi- j
ately after mass. Confessions Satur-'B.
I day evening from 7:30 to 8:30.
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Christian Science Society.
' Meets every Sunday morning in the
Moose hall at 11 ottock. A cordial
. welcome extended to alL
Catholic Church
j Father Dyer, Pastor.
Phone 615.
Nampa, Idaho
Services on the first second and
fourth Sunday of the month,
at 9 a. m.
International Bible Students
The International Bible Students
' of Emrpett have their Bible study in
I the G. A. R. hall at 10:30 a. m. every
; Sunday. Also prayer and testimony !
meeting Wednesday evening at 8 :
I o'clock. All are invited to attend.
Seats free; no collections. j
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First Methodist Episcopal Church
Elmer Grant Keith, Pastor
The Easter services were interest
ing and helpful. The .seating capacity
the church
Latter Day Saints.
Services every Sunday as follows:
i Sunday school at 10:30 a. m., services
at 12:20. All are invited. Geo. F.
Smith, Bishop.
evening, and a goodly number sat on
! the steps in the galleries. The pews
; for the galleries will soon be in. The
Paster Pageant, "The'Victory
Overcomes the World" was rendered
by about 60 people and elected the ad-'
miration and praise of all who at
tended. The scene depicting the pre
paration of spices by the women that
they might anoint the Christ for the
Burial, was very effective and impres
sive. The coming Sunday is désignât
ed as "Home Coming and Guest Day"
The pastor will preach a sermon an
propriate to the occasion, and the
j choir will render special music. This
in the morning. At 7:30 p. m. we are
to have another of the very interest
j ing and helpful platform meetings,
; with the subject "Making a Business
i of Religion" and the speakers from
among the lay people. Those speak
ing will be Mrs. J. L. Kinsey, Mr.
i John Ketchen, and Dr. N. B. Barnes,
Mr. Ketchen will tell us about John
D. Rockefeller's big bible class, and
an address that he heard Mr. Charles
i Schwab, make, while he was on a re
cent trio East
! The Junior League meets at 8 and !
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Presbyterian Church I
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Raiph T. Case Pastor Phone 2o7W
31s S. J ns . ,
, Sunday school at 10. The co-opera
tion of every one is making a line
! Sunday school—net perfect yet, how
ever. If you are not helping, you can
improve it. Morning service at 11
Sermon by pastor. Junior at 3. Sen
, ior at 7. Evening service 7 at J :3 °- . :
The pastor and Elder J. M. Shaw ,
represent the church at the spring ,
meeting of Presbytery at the Bethanj |
•church at Boise, Monday and ' ues ~j
day of this week.
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Baptist Church
A. C. Lathrop. Minister
Sunday is to be observed as De- 1
nominati'onal Day. The morning sub- ;
ject is "Tho Meaning and Message of
Kaitisni." In the evening t>'C pastor
will speak on Baptists and their
principles in the early centuries of the
Christian era.
The pagent entitled "Others' çiven
last Sunday evening by our young
people was greatly enjoyed and ap
preciated by a large audience.
One hundred Calley lilies from Cal
ifornia, the gift of the E. C. Rund
strom family made beautiful decira
tiens lor our Easter services. Every
body admired and appreciated them.
They were sent out to cheer the homes
of a number of sick people and "shut
ins", after the evening service.
Sunday evening. April 30, is Boy
Scout night at the Baptist church. The
Scouts will give an exhibition and a
special offering to the Scout Camp
fund will be taken. If you believe in
the worth of boys and scouting show
your appreciation by being present.
NEWS OF RECORD
Instruments Filed for Record for the
Week Ending April 17, 1922.
Warranty Deeds
E W and Emma J. Sheets to
Emma J. Ackoret, 48 by 6 2-3 rods in
SWU SWU Sec. 4-6-1 W. »500.
Charlie E. Eagy to Frank B. Lee,
E. 50 feet of Lot 10 D. AC. Addition
Emmett, less south 26 feet. »800.
John F. and Serena Daily to Flet
cher E Mingus, 75 by 160 ft in Daily
Sub. in'SWU SEU Sec. 7-6-1 W. »195
y H. and Richard Sutton to
E. Skinner, Lots 1, 3, Block 1
to
Emil
Ralph
Sabins Addition to Emmett
John F. Daily and Serena Daily to
R. H. Haynes, SU SEU SWU Sec. 15
6-1^ W $300.
John F. Daily and Serena Daily to
John McNish, 50 by 160 feet '"Daily
Sub. in SWU SEU Sec. 7-6-1 W »130
Emma B. DeClark to John I. Twil
eear 90 by 176 feet in Cook Add.
Emmett, in NEU SEU Sec. 7-6-1 W.
$150.
PATENT—U. S. to James Satter
white, SEU Sec. 23.-1--1 U.
Decree setting apart Homestead Tor.
use of family, in estate of Fred An
drews, Deceased. North 50 ft. of Lot
21 D. & C. Add. Emmett, to Bessie
Andrewsand children.
Notice of Sale of Eetrav.
I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, at Bird's
barn at Emmett, Idaho, on Saturday,
May 13. 19~> at 2:30 o'clock p. m.,
Mountain time, the following describ
ed estray property, to-wit:
1 blue roan bull. 2 years old, weight
about 1200 pounds, taken up at Mar
tin Hereth ranch on bench, Emmett,
Idaho.
Unless said property is sooner re
deemed by the owner paying all accru
ed costs.
LYNN NOLAND,
Sheriff Gem County. Idaho
First publication March 30, 1922.
Delinqoent Notice
Of the Reed Ditch Company, location
of prinicipal place of business the
Irl Bishop residence, R F. D. No.
2, New Plymouth, Idaho.
Notice—There is delinquent on the
following described stock on account
of assessment levied March 10, 1922,
and unpaid, in the several amounts
set opposite the names of the respec
tive shareholders, to-wit:
Name
C. A. Henderson .
H. S. Kessler .
H. C. Darrah..
W. R. Green, Sr.
C. McKlennan ...
Promptness In Job work—motto.
Now is the time to subscribe.
7.25
42.50
7.50
7.50
5.00,
15.00
15.00
5.00
7.50
9.25 j
8.25 I
30.00
25.00
20.00
20.00
5.00
20.00
Shares Amt.
...5 »25.00
-2U
.R'-i.
.iu
1V4
Mrs. Ann Burns ..
H H. Cochran _
W. R. Green, Jr. ..
M. D. Morehouse ..
Mrs. Fishback & Sons ~..1U
Earl Morehouse
Elmer Rose _
...1
.3
.3
1
*L B- Shields, Jr. ..
C. A. Mills & Son
C. A. Williams —
|C. L. Russell .
Grover Dick .
Earl Bishop ..._.
And in accordance with law, so
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will be sold
in front of my residence, one mile
west and half a mile south of Letha,
Idaho, at 2 o'clx-k p. m. on May 6,
1922, at public auction, to pay delin
quent assessments thereon, together
with costs of advertising and expenses
1 17-20
.6
.5
.4
.4
.1
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of sale.
IRL BISHOP, Secretary,
R- F. D. No. 2, New Plymouth, Idaho
that'-—~I-terthe
_ , Abas Summons.
. In T th ^ P*tnct Court of the Seven
the Judicial District of the State of
Idah ?> >" and £ r the County of Gem.
**' ClifiOrd, Fannie Paskins
ajd Thomas J. W illiams. Executors
the Estate of C harles M illiams, De
ceased. Plaintiffs, vs. Louis Cooper,
t T , , ,
* State of Idaho sends greeting to
a hove named defendant:
, . . . . . _ . _ ..
the district court of the Seventh Judi
; cia ( District of the State of Idaho, in
* or the County of Gem, by the
above named plaintiffs, and you are
: hereby directed to appear and answer
the said complaint within 20 days of
the service of this summons, if served
w ^hin aaid judicial district, and with
m 4 <> da X s ^ served elsewhere; and
you are further notified that unless
y?" s ° appear and answer-^said com
plaint within the time herein specixi
<" d . the plaintiff will take judgment
against you as prayed in said com
... .
The said action is brought to obtain
a decree q[ sal(J court for | ver quietinf ,
t jj e ^tle sa , d çharles Williams, de
ceasac j ( a nd of the estate of said de
cease( j 0 f those certain pieces of land
s ;t ua ted in the County of Gem, State
of Idaho> known as Blocks 12 and 14
Crane Subdivision, in the WestU
of the gWU of Section 8, Two. 6
North of Range 1 W. B. M.. according
_\ ssessor ' s Plat thereof now on
^ ;j e an( j recort j j n the office of the ;
County Recorder of Gem County.
state of Idaho, which said land is
You are herebv notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in
more particulary described in the com
plaint on file in said action, to which
reference is hereby made, against all
claims thereto by the defendant here
in. or by any one claiming through or
under him, after the commencement
of this action.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said district court, this 3rd day of
April, 1922.
GEO. F. CHURCH. Clerk.
By Katherine Mann, Deputy.
(Seal)
Finley Monroe, Attorney for Plain
tiffs, Residence Emmett, Idaho.
First publication, April 6th, 1922.
Last publication May 11th, 1922.
Alias Summons (For PubUcmtion)
In the District Court of the Seven
Idaho, in and for the County of Gem.
Bank of Emmett, a Corporation,
Plaintiff, vs. Merton Jackson (called
also Mert Jackson) and Elizabeth
Jackson (called also Lizzie Jackson),
husband and wife, and B. A. Baker,
Defendants.
The State of Idaho sends Greetings
to the above named defendants:
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in
the District Court of the Seventh
Judicial District of the State of Ida
ho, in and for the County of Gem, by
the above named plaintiff. This ac
tion is brought to obtain a decree of
said court establishing fee simple
title in plaintiff and quieting title in
plaintiff as against you, and each of
you, in and to the following described
real estate in the County of Gem,
State of Idaho, to-wit: Commencing
at the NW corner of the NEU of
Section 13, Township S
Range S W. B. M.; thence
the north and south center line of
said Section 13 to the north bank of
the right of way of Farmers Co-oper
ative Ditch; thence east and south
easterly following the m ea n derings of
said ditch to a point 69.5 rods east of
said north and south center line of
said Section 13;' thence north to the
north line of said Section 13; thence
west on the north line of said Sec
tion 13 to the place of beginning;
said lands being a part of
of the NEU of said Section 13, and
containing 40 acres, more or less; to
gether with all ditch and water rights
thereto belonging and all the
purtenances thereto appertaining.
hereby directed
pear and answer said complaint with
in twenty days of the service of this
summons, if served within said
judicial district, and within forty
days if served elsewhere;
you are further notified that unless
you so appear and answer said com
Dlaint within the time herein speci
fied, the olaintiff will take judgment
against you as prayed in said com
plaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of
«aid District Court this 30th day
March, 1922.
North,
sooth on
wu
»p
And you are
to ap
snd
GEO. F. CHURCH.
Clerk,
KATHERINE MANN, Deputy.
By
(Seall
J. P. Reed. Plaintiff's Attorney, re
siding at Emmett, Idaho.
Indigestion and Constipation.
"Prior to using Chamberlain's Tab
lets. I suffered dreadfully from indi
gaation Nothing 1 ate agreed with
i w* * n " * an .d ran down in :
! health. Chamberlain's Tablets
strengthened my digestion and cured
me ot constipation," writes Mrs. Geo.
Stroup, Solvay, N. Y.
Notice of Issuance of Attachment.
In the District Court of the Seventh
Judicial District of the Sate of Idaho,
in and for the County of Gem.
P. H. Quirk, Plaintiff, vs. Lou Ober
meycr, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that on the
7th day of April. 1922, there was is
sued a writ of attachment out of the
above entitled court, in the above en
titled cause, against tne property of
the above named defendant, for the
sum of $432.02 with interest thereon ]
at the rate of 7 per cert per annum
from the 31st day of January, 1922,
and for costs of suit.
In witness whereof, I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the seal of
said court this 7th day of April, 1922.
I Seal)
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, *° Creditors,
öamae * Davenport, De
ceased. ... , _ ,,
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administratrix of the es
täte of Samuel Davenport deceased,
the creditors of and all
GEO. F. CHURCH,
Clerk.
J. P. Reed, residing at Emmett,
Idaho; J. R. Smead, Residing at Boise
Idaho, attorneys for Plaintiff.
.
persons
claims against the said deceas
"> e3C " lblt ««? the
sary vouchers, within four months ai
first publication of thisnot.ee,
to the said administratrix at her re
sidence at Ola, County of Gem, State
of Idaho, tnis being the place fixed
i for the transaction of the business of
saia estate,
Dated April 1st, 1922.
MYRTLE DAVENPORT,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Samuel Davenport, Deceased.
Finley Monroe. Attorney for Ad
ministratrix, Residence Emmett. Ida
ho.
First publication April 8th, 1922.
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Moses Hess, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned administratrix of the Es
tate of Moses Hess deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
ers, within ten months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said
adminisratrix at her residence at the
City of Emmett, County of Gem.
State of Idaho, this being the place
fixed for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate.
' Dated March 31st, 1922.
VO ICQ
LILLIE HESS,
Administratrix of the Estate of
Moses Hess, Deceased.
Finley Monroe, Attorney for Ad
ministratrix. Residence Emmett, Ida.
First publication April 6th, 1922.
Alias Summons.
In the District Court of the Seventh
Judicial District of the State of Idaho,:
in and for the County of Gem. ,
Minnie L. Brill and John W. Brill,
Plaintiffs,
wife and husband,
Frank N. Hanthorn, executor of the
last will and testament of Eliza J.
Hanthorn, deceased, Frank N. Han
thorn, Stella Hanthorn, Marie Han
thorn, and the unknown heirs and de
visees of Merve L Hanthorn, deceased,
Defendants.
The State of Idaho sends greetings
to: Frank N. Hanthorn, executor of
the last will and testament of Eliza
J. Hanthorn, deceased, Frank N. Han
horn, Stella Hanthorn, Marie Han
thorn. and the unknown heirs and de
visees of Merve L. Hanthorn, deceas
ed, the above named defendants:
You are hereby notified that a
complaint has been filed against you
in the District Court of the Seventh
Judicial District of the State of Idaho, j
vs.
in and for the County of Gem, by the
above named Plaintiffs, and you are
hereby directed to appear and answer
the said complaint within tweny days
of the service of this alias summons
if served within said Judicial District,
and within forty days if served else
where.
The purpose of said action is to ob
tain a judgment and decree of said
Court forever quieting title of Plain
tiffs in and to the following lands
located in the Couty of Gem, State of
Idaho, to-wit:
All that part of Lot 9 in Section 6,
Township 6 North, Rançe 1 West
Boise Meridian, lying Last of the
Public Highway and South of the
North 388.6 feet portion thereof and
bounded as follows:
Commencing at a point which is
399.6 feet South on the Quarter Sec
tion line of the Northeast Corner of
said Lot 9, running South on said line
about 912 feet tc the right bank of
the Payette River; thence Westerly
along said Bank about 900 feet to
the center of the County Bridge over
said Payette River at a point which is
about 850 feet West at right angles
from the East Une of said Lot 9,
thence Northerly about 912 feet to a
point 388.6 feet South at right angles
of the North line of said Lot 9 and
820 feet West at right angles of the
East line of said Lot 9; thence East
820 feet, more or less, to the point
of beginning,
and adjudging that that certain al
leged and pretended Real Estate
Mortgage executed by said Plaintiffs j
to Eliza J. Hanthorn, bearing date
November 17, 1913, recorded jn the !
office of the County Recorder of the
County of Gem, State of Idaho, on (
January 2, 1919, in Book 11 of Mort
gages. at Page 79, and the alleged ,
debt thereby secured has been paid, j
You are further notified that unless
you so appear and answer said Com-;
plaint within the time herein speci- ;
fied, the Plaintiffs wiil take judgment
againt you as prayed in said Com
plaint.
Witness« my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 5th day of
April, 1922.
(Seal)
GEO. F. CHURCH.
Clerk.
Katherine Mann. Deputy.
Harris. Stinson A Harris. P. O. Ad
dress. Weiser, Idaho. Attorneys for
the Plaintiffs.
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Of Interest to Motorists ]
M. & M. Garage
STUDEBAKER
— Dealers in —
CARS
FORD CAES
aad
FORDSON TRACTORS
Emmett Garage
PHONE 11
First and Washington Streets
Auto Painting
Shop at 114 South
Washington St
Gem County
Garage
OAKLAND
CHANDLER
OVERLAND
and
CLEVELAND
CARS
E. H. STRANG
Residence Phone 166W
Phone 12
Emmett, Idaho
J. McNISH
General Merchandise

The Store of
Quality and
Service
Emmett Meat Co
Phone 24-J .
BEEF, FORK, VEAL AND MUTTON
SAUSAGE AND BOLOGNA A SPECIALTY
Home Cured Hams and Bacon


'THE PASTIME CIGAR STORE 9
Cion* Ttbtcco, Candy and Safi Drinks
Pocket BiUianLi
A nice comfortable place for gentlemen
• to enjoy themselves.
■m
Valley Meat Market
F. A. Stewart, Proprietor
-All kinds of
FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL AND LAMB
of First Class Quality.
Crakkshank Building
Phase 2t4
HETHERINGTON & CO.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY HOUSE
We are especially equipped for armature
and motor repairing of all kinds. Con
tractors for all classes of electrical work.
Fans
Fixtures
Motors
Emmett, Idaho
Phone 37 W
BERRY & CAMPBELL
Contractors and Builders
Shop on Washington St.,
north of canal.
H. W. TITUS
Contractor and Builder
AD Kinds of Job Work
Shop on Boise Avenue on Ditch
Bank

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