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r BREVITIES OF CITY , STATE AND NATION It is semi-officially announced from Governor Dunne of Illinois vetoed It is semi-officially announced from Washington that the new note to Germany has been completed and is friendly yet firm in tone and will state final the position of the United States, leaving Germany the responsi bility of acting in accordance with in ternational law. News from Mexixco continue to con firm report of victories for Carranza and it would appear that the Consfc tutionalists would soon be in a posi tion to receive recognition from the United States. < Leo M. Frank's condition is report ed satisfactory by the physicians hav ing, his case in charge. He was stab bed in the neck by a fellow life term convict, William Creen, at the Mil ledgeville, Georgia prison farm. Creens asserts he received a call from on high to avenge the murder of Mary Phagan. President Wilson has approved Sec retary Lane's plan for compensation for employees injured on Government railway work in Alaska. The United States will contest any decision of a British prize court that would condemn and confiscate car goes of cotton as cotton *has not been declared contraband. E. A. Empey, a rancher, living in isolated district away from Idaho Falls was kidnapped by an armed bandit, who is holding him for a $6,000 ransom.* F.mpy's boy was sent - to the settlement with a letter making the demand, and unless the ransom is paid, Empy is threatened with death. His father is wealthy. It is thought that Hugh Whitney is the kidnapper. Sheepherders in the vicin ity have been driven from their flocks bv armed desperadoes. Officers are on the ground. The state sold 1520 acres of land at public auction at Oro Fino Saturday, which brought an average of $12.43 . The total cash received $11, 593, the balance being time payments. General Botha, premier of the Union of South Africa, and com mander of the British forces in the campaign against German South West Africa, announces the surrender of the last organized force in that colony. have been made regarding the paign in German East Africa. Thomas Shepherd, aged 18. com mitted suicide at Payette, last Sunday bv shooting himself through the head. He left a lengthy letter to his mother stating his rash deed was due to ill health. an an acre No further announcements cam SOCIETY NOTES Linen Shower . Mrs. H. L. Ash and Miss Izora Landson gave a linen shower at the home of the former in honor of Miss Madeline Speels, Wednesday even ing. Several charming musical num bers were enjoyed and games made the evening a very merry one. Twen ty were present. * * * Dancin'" Class Opened ( Miss Harris has opened a, sum mer class of rhythm work. The wea ther has been so cool that great plea sure has been derived from the work and many are eagerly taking up the work as a pleasant summer recrea tion, besides the wondrous benefits it creates. * * * Pretty Garden Party Second in the series of entertain ments to be given for the Supervisors of the Little Children's Playground, is to be an old fashioned garden par ty in one of the beautiful gardens of the city. The time has not been defi nitely set but a most charming pro gram has been arranged. * * * Birthday Party July 15 Miss Mary Coffin celebrated her thirteenth birthday with a few of her friends at her home 1119 N. 8th St. Games were played and the young hostess favored her guests with a very delightful violin solo, accom panied on the piano by her sister Miss Ruth Coffin^ * * * For Miss Griffin Mrs. Charles Klingensmith enter tained ten of her friends. Wednesday afternoon in honor of her house guest Miss Gertrude Griffin, at a very de lightful Kensington. Miss Griffin gave several very pleasing readings. * » * Epworth League Picnic The Epworth League of the First Methodist Church gave a picnic at Pierce Park Tuesday evening. The complete body of the League were in attendance and the evening was made a very merry one. PERSONALS ""Miss Ellen Daly is visiting, with relatives in Buhl. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens and grandson are visiting at the home of Mr. M. M. Krieg of Collister. Mrs. Amzi Dodd left Wednesday for a short visit in Atlanta. Miss O. M. Evanstad has changed her residence from 808 N. 10th St. to 1520 N. 11th St. Mr. William Thrailkill who has been in Boise the past two weeks left Sat urday for his home in Weiser. Miss Gertrude Griffin of Flushing, Long Island, New York, is visiting to is in the < of any car in a is the at the the ill Governor Dunne of Illinois vetoed on July 6 a bill for state censorship of moving pictures. , Samuel Alschuler was appointed by Governor Dunne of Illinois on July 12 Chariman of the new State Waterway Commission. Mrs. Meta Berger, wife of former congressman Victor L. Berger, was elected president of the Milwaukee s chool board on July 6. The New York State Public Service Commission refused, on July 7, to per-, mit the Ulster and Delaware Railroad to increase the price of mileage books from two cents to three cents a mile. At San Francisco on October 10, 11 and 12, will be .held the International Peace Congress under the auspices 6f the Church Peace Union. The Am erican Peace Society and the San Francisco Federated Peace Com mittee. J. P. Morgan's assailant,»who called himself Frank Holt, committed sui cide in jail at Mineaola, N. Y., on July 6. Holt is said to be, in fact, a Pro fessor Erich Muenter, formerly of Cornell, for some years a fugitivev from justice. Archbishop Jarries Edward Quigley, of Chicago diocese, died at the home of his brother in Rochester, N. Y„ on the 10th. The Archbishop was born at Oshawa, Canada. October 15, 1854, ordained a priest 1879; was bishop of Buffalo 1897 to 1903, and archbishop of Chicago 1903 to the time of his death. j The Committee of the Chicago City Council having in charge the forfeit ure ordinance of the automatic tele phone decided on July 12 to postpone action there on until fall. A legal opinion, rendered by Walter L. Fish er. former Secretary of the Interior, on July 7. was to the effect that it was questionable whether the courts would uphold a forfeiture, although the agreement had been made volun tarily by the company and a franchise had been given it in return. General Huerta, who was arrested on charge of conspiring to violate American neutrality laws, waived pre liminary hearing, and in default of bond to appear before the Federal ■rrand jury at San Antonio, December 20, was taken to Ft. Rliss, where he will be under guard. Arthur E. Westbrook, for four years in charge of the public school music in Boise, has joined the faculty of the Kansas State Agricultural College. at the home of her cousin Mrs. Chas. Klingensmitli, 1408 N. 6th St. Miss Anna Sewell received word of the marriage of her sister Miss Helen Sewell in Seattle, July 12, to Mr. A. Lyons of that place. Immediately after the wedding the bride and groom left for Chicago where they will make their future home. Miss Sewell is well known here in Boise, where she has made her home for the last three years. About six months ago she went to Seattle. the the NO OCCUPATION She rises at break of day. And through her task she races; She cooks the meals as best she may, And scrubs the children's faces. While school books, lunches, ribbons, too. All need ensideration— And yet the census man insists She has "No ocaupation." par of When breakfast dishes all are done She bakes a pudding, maybe; She cleans the rooms up one by one, With one eye watching baby; The mending piU she then attacks, By way of variation— And yet the census man insists She has "No occupation." few N. the de gave at The in SI'" irons for a little while. Then presses pants for daddy; She welcomes with a merry smile Returning lass and laddie. A hearty dinner next she cooks (No time for relaxation)— And yet the census man insists She has "No occupation." For lessons that the children learn The evening scarce is ample, To "mother dear" they always turn For help with each èxample. In grammar and geography She finds her relaxation— And yet the census man insists She has "No occupation." —Woman's Home Companion. FOR SALE—50xil22 foot lot; (5 room house; 2 screened porches; Bungalow frame; electric lights; city and Cruzen water: house built mod ern; shade trees and fruit trees; on car Jine; plastered—A snap if taken at once. Address 922 Gem Worker, 9th and Main. with I and of , NOTICE OF LIQUIDATION. The Idaho Trust & Savings Bank, Ltd., located at Boise, Ada County, Idaho, is closing its affairs, pursu ant to resolution of its stock-holders, to be succeeded by the Overland Na tional Bank of Boise. All note holders and .other credit ors of said corporation are therefore hereby notified to present the notes and other claims, if any, for payment. Such claims should be presented at the Overland National bank, Boise, Idaho. Dated this 16th day of June, 1915. ERNEST NOBLE. President to Sat 9 LEGAL NOTICE NO. 10751. Department; Office of Treasury Comptroller of the Currency. Washington, D. C., June 23, 1915. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that; ' "The Overland National Bank of Boise," in the city of Boise, in the county of Ada and state of Idaho, has complied with all the provisions of the statutes of the United States, re quired to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of banking: Now, therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, acting comptroller of the cur rency, do hereby certify that; "The Overland National Bank of Boise," in the city of Boise, in the county of Ada and state of Idaho, is authorized to commence the business of banking as provided in section fifty-one hundred and nine of the revised statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and seal of office this twenty third day of June, 1915. (Seal) T. P. KANE. Acting Comptroller of the Curren 14 cy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER ORDER OF SALE ON JUDGMENT OR DECREE OF FORECLOSURE. In the District Court, of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada. Jem H. Barnes, Plaintiff, ) 1 x «Î. Lewis L. Folsom and ) Charlotte A. Folsom, ) husband and wife, ) Henry D. Riechers and ) . Reichers, real ) given name unknown, ) husband and wife, and ) Victoria Louise Eoff, ) Defendants. ) Under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the above named Court on-a Judgment or Decree rend ered in said Court in the above en titled action on the 26th day of June, 1915 in favor of the above named Plaintiff and against the above named Defendants. Said Writ duly attested on the 7th day of July, 1915, and to the Sheriff of Ada County directed and to me as such Sheriff delivered for execution, wchereby I am com manded and required to proceed to notice for sale, and se'l the mortgaged premises described in and by said Decree directed to be sold; to be sold at public auction sale or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to pay the amount decreed to be due the Plaintiff for the princi pal. taxes, interest and costs, includ j ing attorney's fees in said suit, and expense of sale to-wit: the sum of $5.392.23. $1,051.74 with interest to be added, attorney's fees in the sum of $500.00 and costs herein taxed at $26.5,5. It is ordered, adjudged and decreed; that the right of the Defendant Eoff in and to the amount paid at said sale «Title extent of the amount due to her to wit: the sum of $3,000.0'"' with interest at 8 per cent per annum from the July 3, 1914, that is to say the sum of $3235.38 adjudged to be superior and'prior'to the right and claim of the Plaintiff, and that out of the amount bid at said sale, the Sheriff shall pay to the Defendant Victoria Louise Eoff the said sum of $3,2.35.38. together with interest from date of Decree and the balance if any remaining after applying all of said moneys so applic able to the payment of the amount so found due to defendant Eoff to the Plaintiff herein. That the description and particular boundaries of the real estate to be sold under and by virtue of this Decree so far as the same can be ascertained from the mortgage above referred to. or from the com plaint filed in this action are as fol lows. to-wit: Lots numbered 11 and 12. Block numbered 55 of the Origin al Townsite of Boise City, as the same are numbered 'and designated on the official plat of said Boise City now on file in the office of the Recorder of said Ada County, Idaho, together with all and singular the teffements, here ditaments and anpurtenances thereun to belonging or in anywise appertain on said note The sum of Ml*. Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of August. 1915, at the hour of 3 o'clock and 10 minutes in the after noon of that day in front of the County Court House in Boise City, Ada County, Idaho, I will attend, offer and sell at public auction sale all or so much of the above described mort gaged premises as may be necessary to pav Judgment as set out in said Decree, together with interest, costs and expense of sale, to the highest hidder therefor in Cash Lawful Money. Dated the 15th dav of Tulv. 1915. F.MMITT PFOST. Sheriff Ada County. Idaho. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE UNDER WRIT OF EXECUTION Under ant) by virtue of a Writ of Execution General issued out of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada on a Judgment recovered in said Court on the 22nd day of May, 1914, in favor of W. T. Crouch and against Frank W. Man ville. Said Writ in part reciting that whereas the judgment roll in the action in which such judgment was entered is filed in the Clerk's office of said Court in the County of Ada, and the said Judgment was docketed in the said Clerk's Office in the said County on the 22nd day of May, 1914, and the sum of $3,054.38 with interest and accruing costs is now at the date of such writ actually due on said Judgment. Said Writ duly attested on the 16th day of June, 1915, and to the Sheriff of Ada County directed, and to me as such Sheriff delivered for execution, whereby I am required to satisfy .said judgment with interest out of the personal property of Frank W. Manville, or if sufficient*Way •m personal property of said Debtor can not be found, then out of the Real Property in my County belonging to said Debtor on the day whereon said Judgment was docketed in said Coun ty, or at any time thereafter, and because no personal property could be found, I have levied on all of that certain Real Estate situate in Ada County, State of Idaho, belonging to the Defendant, Frank W. Manvillc, on the 22nd day of May, 1914, and as decreed by judgment of the Probate Court of Ada County in the matter of the Estate of J. S. D. Manville. deceased on the 20th day of July. 1914, the same being an undivided one third interest in the residue of the Estate of the said J. S. D. Manville, deceased, and more particularly des cribed as follows, to-wit: One hundred forty seven (147) feet on the South side of Warm Springs Avenue in Ada County, Idaho, des scribed by metes and bounds as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at the corner of Sections 11, 12, 13, and 14 in Township 3 N. R. 2 E. B. M. thence South on Sec of or or or N. N. a S. S. of of of of a S. of of of by of of an to P. of is tion line 431.4 ft. to a Harrow Tooth in Warm Springs Avenue, thence North 60" 36' West, 324.9 ft. to a stone in the center of Warm Springs Ave nue, thence North 59" 30" W. 1319.5 feet along the center line of Warm Springs Avenue, thence at right ang les S. 30" 30' W. 39 ft.; more or less to the property line, at the east side of the Fin-cgan Tract as now fenced, the real place of beginning, thence S. 59" 30' E. aljmg W— - i Springs Ave nue One hundred forty seven (147) feet; thence at right angles to Warm Springs Avenue S. 30* 30' W. three hundred ft. thence at right angles N. 59" 30' W. one hundred forty seven (147) feet, thence at right angles 30" 30' E. three hundred feet to the place of beginning. The foregoing description com prises all of the property conveyed by warranty deed dated April 27, 1905. and recorded in Book 56 of Deeds, at page 161, anti by warranty deed dated October 18; 1905. and recorded in Book 58 of Deeds, at page 97. Records of Ada County, Idaho. Lots one (1) two (2) and fr:u t : onal Lot three (3) in Block numbered twtnty-five (25) of the Original Townsite- of Boise City, in Ada Coun ty. Idaho, as the same are laid down and designated upon the official plat of said Boise City now on file in the office of the Recorder for said Ada County and a tract of land adjoining on the South, described by metes and bounds as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the South west cor ner of lot number one (1) of Block number twenty-five (25) of Boise City, Idaho, as the same is described on the plat thereof filed in the office of the County Recorder of said Ada County by H. E. Pricket, rtinning thence South fifty-five (55) degrees East one hundred and eleven and twenty-hun dredths (111.20) feet to the South east boundary line of said Boise City, thence South seventy-six degrees six teen (16) minutes East forty-one (41) and eight-tenths feet to the East side of fractional lot three (3) in said Block, thence South thirty-five (35) degrees west ninety-five (95) feet to the North side of land, known as Railroad right" of vyav, thence North seventy-six minutes West along the' North line of said right of way. thirty-four (34) feet, thence along the North line of said right of way North fifty-five (55) degrees, West one hundred and eighteen and five tenths (118.5) feet to the east line of Fifth street; thence North along said Fifth Street eighty (80) feet to the place of beginning. EXCEPTING HOWEVER, a certain tract of land conveyed by Quit claim Deed to Chas. D. Storey and Daniel F. Murphy on June 12. 1909. and re corded in Deed Boçk 78 at page 326 of the Records pf Ada County. Idaho, described by metes and bounds as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Boise City corner No. 4 and running thence South 55" 06' East along, the South line of Front Street extended, a distance of 182.77 feet to the real place of beginning, .being a point in the North line of the Oregon Short Line Right of ( way, thence continuing South 55* 06' East 38.03 feet to the angle in the Citizens Right of way, a distance of 34.99 feet to the East side of what would be lot three (3) in Block twenty-five of the original Townsite of Boise City, or a point 150-feet South 55* 06' East from the East side of Fifth Street, thence North 34' 54' East 15.06. thence North 76" 42' West parallel with the Citizens right of way 75.88 feet to the place of beginning, being a strip of land 14 feet in width along North side of and parallel to the said Citizens Right of way. said pre mises being in and a South west quarter Noyth East quarter (NEK) of Sec tion ten (10) Township three (3; North. Range Two (2) East, Boise Mpridian. A tract of land known as Riverview Subdivision in the South west quarter (SWK) of the North west quarter (NWK) and Lot Nine (9) in Section nine (9) and Lot four (4) in Section Eight (8) Township three (3) North, Range Two (2) East, Boise Meridian, Ada County, Idaho, described by metes and bounds, as follows, to-wit: Beginning, at the quarter section between Sections eight and 14 to to It of of degrees sixteen (76) of or the portion of the (SWK)* of the of corner nine (8 and 9) as above mentioned, thence easterly along the center line T. of the county road North of the Mor ris Hill Cemetery, South 89" 56' East, 1580.6 feet to an iron pin on the top edge of the bluff, thence along the top edge of the bluff North 31* 57' West of 757.7 feet to a point, thence North 15" 39' West 329.8 feet to an iron pipe in driven into the ground, thence North 23* 39' West 200 feet to an iron pipe, thence North 27* 19' West 400 feet to an iron pipe, thence North 35* 39 West 160 feet to an iron bolt, thence North 53* 43' West 240 feet to an iron pipe, thence North 64* 25' West 86 to feet to a capped iron pipe, thence North 81* 22'West 68 feet to a point on the South line of the Oregon Short Line Railroad" Right of way, thence Westerly along the South saidJOregon Short Line Railroad Right of to a point from which the inter •m line of the section of the West line of Lot four (4), Section Eight (8) produced and the Section line between sections five and eight (5 and 8) of the said Town ship, bear North 29" 16' West 321 feet, thence North 29* 16' West 312 feet to the said intersection of the East line of Lot four (4) Section Eight (8) produced and the section line between sections 5 and eight (5 and 8) of the said Township, thence South, 0* 07' West 704.3 feet to a stone being the North west corner of Manvilie's Amended Subdivision, thence East along the North line of the Manvilie's Amended Subdivision 599.9 feet, thence South 15" 45' East 342.88 feet South easterly along the said Subdivi to a point, thence continuing along the said Subdivision's east and North Boundary South 330 feet to a stone, thence East 527 feet to a stone, thence South 1363 feet to the quarter corner between sections eight and nine (8 and 9) the'place of beginning, containing exclusive of the Oregon Short Line right of way, 67.47 acres or less. A tract of land in Ada County, Idaho, containing 120.041 acres (more or less) in Lots 7, 8, 9, the North-west quarter (NWM) of the South-east quarter (SEK) and the North-east qmyter (NEK) pf the South-west quarter (SWK) of Section nine (9), Township three (3) North. Range Two (2) East, Boise Meridian, des cribed by metes and bounds as fol lows, to-wit: Beginning at a point, a stone, on the South or left bank of the old chan nel of the Boise River, now called a slough from which a stone set Tor the corner to the North west quarter (NWK) of the South east quarter (SEK) and Lot six (6) on the East and West center line through section nine (9) township three (3) North, Range Two (2) East, Boise Meridian, bears North 30* 09' E. 241.44 feet dis tant whence running along the South or left bank of the old channel of the Boise Rive, now called a slough, N. 63" 15' W. 91.1 ft.: N. 51" 36' W. 421. ft.; N. 32" 59' W. 240 ft.; N. 12" 55' W. 596.6 ft. to a point near the confluence of the old and new or pre sent channel of the Boise River, thence running along the new or pres ent channel of the Boise River N. 29" 17' W. 528.3 ft.; N. 31" 40' W. 323.6 ft.; N. 46" 28' W. 282.3 ft.; N. 58" 14' W. 435.5 ft.; S. 88" 38' W. 312 ft.' N. 78" 53' W. 526.78 ft. to the South line of the Oregon Short line Railroad right of way near the west terly end of the railroad bridge, thence running along the said right of way to a point S. 64" 20' W. 334.92 ft. from which the said right of way be gins to curve to the right.thence along the said right of way on the curve through 29" 31' to the right 771.95 ft, to a point on the edge of the bluff, thence along the top edge of the bluff S. 81 ° 22' E. 68. ft.: S. 64" 25' E. 86. ft.; S. 53" 43' E. 240. ft.; S. 35" 39' E. 160. ft.; S. 27" 19' E. 400.ft.: S. 23" 39' E. 200. ft.: S. 15" 39' E. .129.8 ft.; S. 31" 57' E. 841.37 ft.: S. 64" 24' E. 372.6 ft.; S. 85" 26' E. 400.46 ft.; S. 39" 07' E. 201.7 ft.; S. 47" 34' E. 236.3 ft to an iron pipe on the North and South cen ter line through the said section nine (9) thence continuing along the top edge of the bluff S. 53" 05' E. 394.2 ft.; S. 61" 08' E. 115.3 ft.: S. 45" 34' E. 32. ft.; to the south easterly line of the Manville estate, thence along the said south easterly line N. 47" 27' E. 190.2 ft. to a stone on the right bank of a slough at the foot of the bluff, thence continuing along the said South easterly line N. 58" 07' E. 65. ft.; N. 46" 25' E. 843.9 ft. to the place of beginning. Description of a tract of land East of Morris Hill Cemetery, in Ada County. Idaho, containing 36.087 acres, more or less, in the North west quar ter (NW'4) of the South east quarter (SEK) and the North east quarter (NE%) of the South west quarter (SWK) section Nine (9) Township three (3) North. Range Two (2) East. Boise Meridian, described bv mefes and bounds as follows, too-wit: Beginning at the North w'est corner of the North east quarter (NEK) of the South west quarter (SWK) of section nine (9) Township three (3) North. Range Two (2) East, Boise Meridian, whence running along the North line of the said North east quarter (NEK) of the South west quarter (SWK) S. 89" 53 246.K. ft. to a point on the top edge of the bluff thence along the top edge of the bluff S. 31" 57' E. 83.87 ft.: S. 64" 24' E. 372.6 ft.: S. 85" 26' E. 400.46 ft.: S. 39" 07' E. 201.7 ft.; S. 47* 34' E. 236.3 ft. to an iron pipe on the North and South center line through the said Section Nine (9) thence continuing along the top edge of the blufl S. 53" 05' E. 394.2 ft.; S. 61" 08' E. 115.3 ft.; S. 45" 34' E. 32. ft. to the South easterly line of the Manville Estate, thence along the said South easterly line S. 47* 27' W. 608. ft. to the South east corner of the North east quarter of the South west quarter of said section nine (9) thence along the South line of the said North east quarter of the South west quarter West 1318.33 ft. to the South west corner of the «aid North east quarter of the South west quarter, thence along the West line of the said North east quarter of the South west quarter North 1306.27 ft. to the place of beginning. Eighty (80) acres of land in Ada County, Idaho, being Lot three (3) and the South east quarter (SEK) of the North west quarter (NWK) of Section four (4), Township Two (2) North. Range One (1) West. One hundred and twenty (120) acres of land in Ada County, Idaho, being the North half (NK) of the South west quarter (SWK) and the North half (N)£) of the South half (SK) of the South west quarter (SWK) of Section Thirty three (33), Township three (3)«.North, Range One (1) West, excepting one square acre in the South east corner of the North half (Nj4)of the South east quarter(SEK) of the South west quarter -(SW34) of Section thirty-three (33) as conveyed by J. S. D. Manville and Anna R. Manville to the Trustees of School District Number forty seven (47) Ada County, Idaho, dated January 16, 1900. and recorded April 17, 1900, in Deed Book No. 38, Page 247 of the -. Records of Ada County, Idaho. An undivided one-half interest in a tract of land in Ada County, Idaho containing Eleven (11) acres, more or I'cpt/i ( th i S 2 Uth , east garter ° f ' he . Sout1 ' cast quarter (SEK) of Section Thirty three (33), Township four (4) North. Range One U) hast, Boise Meridian, described' by metes and bounds as follows, to wit : Beginning at the South east corner of Section thirty-three (33), Town ship four (4) North. Range One (1) hast, and running thence in a norther ly course on Section line 3.11 chains i° a •*®«ffh * h ence North 73" 15' West 2.90 chains. South 82" 45' West 3.90 IV IS ' West 5 40 chains, an° rt i c' 60 ii- 15 V y est 3 60 chains, North at' \V 'XlV , 3,50 chains. North 52" i 5 We?» 0.60 chains. West 2.63 chains, South 10.19 chains. South 10.19 to the section line, thence east 2008 chains the place of beginning. All the right, title and interest in and to a tract of land in Ada County, Idaho, containing forty nine (49) acres .more or less, known as The trustee Company's Orchard "C" in the South Half (SK) of the Norih east quarter (NEK)of the South quarter (SEK) and the South quarter (SEK) of the South ter (SEW) to east east east quar Se< tion Thirtv three (33), Township four (4; North, Range One (1) East, Boise Meridian, except a piece of land containing eleven acres .more or less, described by metes and bounds as follows to wifc of Beginning at the South east corner of Section Thirty-three (33). Town ship four (4) N„ R. One (1) E.and nmg thence in a northerly course on Section line 3.11 chains to a slough thence North 73" 15' West 2.90 chains f 2 ' 45 ' West 3 90 chains. North A? W «' S- 40 chains, North 60" 15 West 3.60 chains, North 40° IS' West 3.50 chains. North 52"45' W. 0.60 chayis, West 2.63 chains, South 10.19 chains to section line, thence East 20.08 chains to place of beginning. 142 unsold lots in Manvilie's Amended Subdivision in Ada County. Idaho, as described in the Amended PJat of Manvilie's Subdivision of part of E'A of NEK of section 8, township 3 N., range 2 E., B. M. and B. L., as recorded in Book 5 of Plats, page 232 of the records of Ada Coun ty. Idaho. Lots 11, 13, 16. 17, 18, 19 and 20 in Block 8, Lots 2, 4, 12, 13, 14. 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 in Block 9, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11, 12. 13, 14, 15. 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 in Rlock 10, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Block 11. Lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8. • 9 and 10 in Block 18. Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6. 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, 12. 13. 14. 15. 16, 17. 18. 19 and 20 in Block 19, Lots 1, 2, 3 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, in Block 22, Lots 6, 7, and 8 in Block 24, Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9 and 10 in Block 6, Lbts 1, 2, 3 4 5. 6. 7. 8, 9. 10, 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16, 17. 18, 19 and 20 in Block 7. and Lots 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8, 11, 12. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. 19 and 20 in Block 20 and Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 in Block 23. A tract of land in Ada County, Idaho, known as the reservoir on the plat of Manvilie's Amended Sub division as described in the Amended Plat of Manvilie's Subdivision of part of E Vi of NEK of section 8, T. 3 N.. R. 2 E. B. M. and B. L., as recorded in Book 5 of Plats, page 232 of the records of Ada County, Idaho, des cribed by metes and bounds as fol lows. to-wit: Beginning at the quarter section corner between sections 8 and 9, T. 3 N„ R. 2 E., thence North 140 feet on the section line, thence West 16 feet to the real place of beginning, thence West 110 feet, thence North 190 feet, thence East 110 feet, thence South 190 feet parallel to section line to place of beginning. All of the water pipes, taps, valves and fittings used in connection with the water system to supply the above Subdivision. All of the right, title and interest in and to the water rights and ditch rights appertaining to this aforesaid land and consisting of the wate« rights in the Nampa-Meridian Irriga tion District for 65 inches of water, a portion of above mentioned water being applied to this Subdivision. (The water right deed by H. B. Scott, to J. S. D. Manville is for the land described by metes and bounds as sold by him and provides that the water shall not exceed one inch per acre. The acreage conveyed is fixed at 67.63 acres. The water delivered to this land and to Lot 9 in sec. 9 as fixed by the records of the Nampa Meridian Irrigation District as water for Blocks 24, 25, 32 and 33 of Scott's Subdivision, 68 inches.) Lot 15 Block 24 Manvilie's Subdivi sion as aforesaid. A strip of land 110 feet long East and West and 41 feet wide as shown on the aforesaid plat of Manvilie's Amended Subdivision between Lot 11 Block 22 and the above described reservoir. The following parrels of land in A <la County, Idaho, in Manvilie's Amended Subdivision as described in the Amended Plat of Manvilie's Sub division of part of EK of NEK of section 8. T. 3 N.. R. 2 E.. B. M. and B. L., as recorded in Book 5 of Plats, page 2.32 of the records of Ada Coun ty. Idaho: ' > Lots 19 and 20 in Block 22. Lots 4 and 5 in Block 24. Lots 13 and 14 in Block 17 and Lots 9 and 10 in Block 20. Notice is hereby given that on the 14th day of August, 1915, at the hour of three o'clock in the afternoon of that day in front of the County Court House in Boise City. Ada County, Idaho, I will attend, offer and sell at public auction sale all or so much of the above described Real Estate be longing to the Judgment Debtor, Frank W. Manville. as may be nec essary to pay the Judgment as set out in said Writ, together with interest thereon and accruing costs and ex pense of sale and the commission thereon, to the highest bidder there for in Cash Lawful Money. Dated the 22nd day of July/ 1915. run EMMITT PFOST, Sheriff Ada County, Idaho.