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X the logs came Y crashing down there was a *j* surge of waters—the boom of crashing logs—a weak X call from the old Laird bat- ' tling in the rapids—the S crazy dash of a lumberjack X £ —and a leap. Remember ? that in the story? Aye; $ jjf but now feel the thrill of £ $ what you really see. ALSO A CHRISTIE When T ? x I i - X • • COMEDY X V I < » • > u Wedding Blues ? y : : : • • X LASTLR Candies and Novelties R. H. KENDALL, CONFECTIONERY SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Ten th Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. Ferdinand Nuxoll, Plaintiff, -vs Tlie Unknown Heirs and the Un known Devisees of James C. Chamberlin, deceased, and the unknown owners of the real property situated in Idaho County, State of Idaho, de scribed as follows: The South west quarter of Section Twen ty-three, Township Thirty two, N. R. 1 W. B. M. Defendants. The State of Idaho Sends Greet mgs : To the above named defendants. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI FIED, That a complaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Tenth Judi cial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Idaho, by the above named plaintiff, and you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twen ty days of the service of this summons if served within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served elsewhere; and you are further notified that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. This action is brought by the plaintiff against the above nam ed defendants, to quiet title by decree of the court, of the plain tiff, in and to the land situated in Idaho County, State of Idaho, and described as follows: The Southwest quarter of Section Twenty-three, Township Thirty two, N. R. 1 W. B. M. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 7th day of February, 1923. Henry Teicher, Clerk By H. Rothwell, Deputy. (Seal) Wilbur L. Campbell, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence frjrd Postoffice Address Grangeville, Idaho. 7-6 Is your subscription due ? INDIAN WINS LENIENCY. Being convinced that their act was due to extreme drunken ness that made them, for the period, irresponsible. Judge W. N. Scales of the tenth judicial district, Saturday suspendedI sentence on Charles and James | Ellenwood, brothers and Nez 1 Perce Indians, who pleaded guilty to burglary at Stites. The suspension of sentence ap plies for two years, during which the men are on probation and must report periodically to Sheirff William Eller of Idaho county as to their good con duct. . IN COMMISSION BUSINESS. The Washington and Idaho Farmers Union have opened a live stock commission business at the Union Stock Yards in Spokane under the firm name of Farmers Union Live Stock Com mission. The manager of the new j concern is Geo. S. Downer, a ! former resident of Cottonwood, who about five years ago held the position of manager of the Farmers Union Warehouse of this city. We are informed this makes the third commission firm dealing in livestock at the Spokane yards. I : VALUED AT $19,196,403.71. I The total value of all lead, 1 silver, gold, copper and zinc j mined and marketed in Idaho during 1922 was $19,196,403.71,1 an increase in value of $2,6332,- ! 389.12 over the production of i 1921 which was $16,564,014.59, | according to the annual report \ of Stewart Campbell, inspector of mines. Idaho county during 1923 produced 774.11 ounces of gold valued at $16,000.85 and 351.39 ounces of silver valued at $351. This mineral came from 20 mines or less than an average of $1000 per mine. The mineral taken from the mines in Shoshone county alone were marketed for $16,182,010, 61. The 40 mines in that county produced the following : 6049.-1 $?2°5?0 n 40 e 06 ;°4.69?!517 V 7i U o1nces ■ of silver, $4,697,571.74; 191, 005,840 pounds of lead, $10,952, 274.87 ; 5,596,614 pounds of zinc, $394,666.17; 93,479 pounds of copper, $12,511.77. FOUR BOYS; ONE GIRL. Dr. Orr reports the arrival of a baby girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs Chas Poxleitner Feb 27th; a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trautman, Green creek, Saturday; a boy at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Mat Seu bert, Monday ; a boy at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. Som mers, Friday. Dr. Shinnick reports the ar rival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fores man, Saturday. NOTICE OF ESTRAY. Public Notice is hereby given that at the T. Clark place in Cottonwood, I will sell to the highest bidder for lawful money of the United States, the follow ing described property to-wit: One gelding about 9 years old. weight about 900 pounds, brand ed VS on left shoulder, star in forehead, saddle marks, color brown, left front foot white. Said animal was taken up by T. Clark and will be sold by me in accordance with the statute in such cases made and provided, at the T. Clark place in Cotton wood on the 7th day of April, 1923, at 2 p. m. Dated at Cottonwood, Idaho this 7th day of March, 1923. 11-4 A. H. Nau, Constable. NOTICE OF STOCK ASSESS MENT OF FARMERS' UN ION WAREHOUSE COMPA NY LTD., A CORPORATION OF COTTONWOOD, IDAHO. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That at a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Union Warehouse Co., Ltd., of Cottonwood, Idaho, held at the office of said Corporation, at Cottonwood* Idaho, on March 5th, 1923, an assessment of $2.50 per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable on or before the hour of 12 M. of the 5th day of April. 1923, and which said assessment must be paid on or before said date to C. H. Greve, Manager of said corporation at the office of said corporation at Cottonwood, Idaho. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN That stock upon which this assess-! ment remains unpaid after the hour of 12 M. on the said 5th day of April, 1923, will be de linquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay-1 ruent is made before, will be sold on the 23rd day of April, 1923, any •> % Grocery Specials % 2 CRISCO, l Vi Pound Size, Regular Price 55c Special 40c I X || CRISCO, 3 Pound Size, Regular Price $1 Special 75c CRISCO, 6 Pound Size, Regular Price $1.90 Special $1.45 WESSON OIL, Quart Size, Regular Price 75c Special 55c GOLDEN POPPY SYRUP, >/ 2 Gallon, Regular Price 65c Special 50c GOLDEN POPPY SYRUP, 1 Gallon, Regular Price $1.15 Special 95c LOG CABIN SYRUP, Quart Size, Regular Price 75c Special 60c CRIMSON RAMBLER (Cane and Maple Syrup) $2.85 Special $1.95 These'are real bargains. Don't Overlook Them Cottonwood Mercantile EVERYTHING TO EAT AND WEAR ~ _ ! SeffÄhef wÄ cïïtaS advertising and the expenses of sale. Dated at Cottonwood, Idaho, this 5th day of March, 1923. August Schroeder, Secretary of Farmers Union Warehouse I Co., Ltd., Cottonwood, Idaho. !-— ; NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL p'g'tat'v fcS1A1 * , , pursuance of an order of sale, made and entered by the Probate Court of the County of Idaho, State of Idaho, on February 14, 1923, in the matter of the esta te °f Herman Von Bargen, the undersigned Executors of said estate will sell at Private sale, subject to confirmation by the said Probate Court, the follow ing described real property and real estate, to-wit: The Ni/a and the SEV4 of Sec. 1, Twp. 30, N. R. 1 E. B. M., ex cepting the right-of-way of the Camas Prairie Railway over and across the same; also the un divided one-half interest belong ing to said estate in and to the SWV4, Sec. 13; E'/> NE Vi and Ni/> SE14 Sec. 23; W'/> NE Vi, and" WI/2 and SE14 Sec. 24 ; NE14 and Wi/2 Sec. 25; SE14 NEVi and NE14 SE14 Sec. 26; Twp. 29 N. R. 1 E. B. M., and the WVfe SW14 being lots 3 and 4 Sec. 19 and lot 2 and SEVi NW14 Sec. 30 Twp. 29, N. R. 2 E. B. M. all in the County of Idaho, State of Idaho. This sale will be made on or after the 19th day of March, 1923, and bids will be received at office of H. Taylor, Grange ville, Idaho up to 12 o'clock, M., of said day. Terms of sale will be Cash on confirmation of sale by Probate Court. Bids will be received for all of the above described real estate or for any sub-division, part or portion thereof. Right reserved to reject any or all bids. Dated February 24, 1923. W. B. Hussman, L. M. Hands, 10-3 Executors of said Estate. Notice is hereby given that in In the District Court of the Ten th Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Idaho. F. L. Allen, plaintiff, Stanley H. Ripley, Alzena Rip j ley, O. H. Overman, 1 ; ! \ ! ORDER OF SALE. vs. C. E. Bendel-, Elizabeth L. Bender, Mary T. Cloyd, and Mary E. Reed, as executrix of the will and estate of George M. Reed, deceased, defendants. Under and by virtue of an » order of sale and decree of fore closure and sale, issued out of the district court of the Tenth Judicial district of the state of Idaho in and for the county of Idaho, on the 8th day of Maroh, 1923, in the above entitled ac tion wherein F. L. Allen, the above named plaintiff obtained judgment and decree of fore closure, against Stanley H. Rip ley* Alzena Ripley, O. II. Over man, C. E. Bender, Elizabeth 1 L. Bonder Mary T. Cloyd and Mary E. Reed as executrix of the Will and estate of George M. Reed deceased, the above named defendants on the 8th day of March, 1923, for the sum of $2016.60 with interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, ■ j „ i j , , ' lorn date Ol judgment to date Ot-'Sale. . Said judgment having been filed and entered in the office of the clerk of the said court on the 9th day of March, 1923, and recorded in judgment book 6 of said court on page 120. I am commanded to give notice of sale and to sell the premises described in said judg ment and decree, in the manner prescribed by law, and to apply the proceeds of said sale as in said decree mentioned, the lands and premises so directed and ordered by the said decree to be sold, are situated in Idaho Coun ty State of Idaho, and are des cribed as follows : North half of the southwest quarter and the south half of the northwest quarter of sec tion 4, and the northeast quar ter of the southeast quarter of section 5, all in township 29 north of range 1, east of the Boise Meridian, containing 200 acres, according to official sur vey thereof. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenan ces thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Notice is hereby given, that I will on Saturday the 7th day of April, 1923, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Grangeville, County of Idaho, State of Idaho, in obedience to said order of sale and decree, offer for sale, at public auction all the right, title, claim, equity and interest, of the above named defendants, in and to the above described premises, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest, costs, and accruing costs, to the high est and best bidder, for lawful money of the United States. Dated at Grangeville, Idaho, this 13th day of March. 1923. W. H. ELLER. Sheriff. By John A. Powell, Deputy. 12-4 m DR. J. E. REILLY Dentist v Office, Nuxoll Block Both Phones DR. J. D. SHINN1CK ? Physician and Surgeon X Office over Cottonwood St. Bk. X •W-M •> •> M"K' •> i ... DR. WESLEY F. ORR Physician and Surgeon Office in Simon Bldg. Both Phones ;***. DR. C. SOMMER Graduate License VETERINARIAN Deputy State Veterinarian Residence North end of town Both Phones W"S>W.>.K"î"!"SK"K~> , WW , >4 z KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS * Cottonwood Council, 1389 X ❖ Meets the first and third t $ Wednesday of each month. ^ X Visiting knights welcomed X k George Terhaar, G. K. i Barney Seubert, F. S. X : ; X T .JmJ* *X m H* ^ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS McKinley Lodge No. 38 ÿ Meets every Tuesday evening. R. M. Matthiesen, C. C. John Homar, K. R. and S. ■ i X £ FELIX MARTZEN X „ , ^ * Secretary Treasurer •£ COTTONWOOD N. F. L. A. 'jf. X If it is a loan you want we !£ y can accommodate you. 6% per ^ 4 cent for farm loans - * X Inaar ? nc f thc ^Northwest- ❖ X era Mutual.—the policy holders X company with a clean record *j* and insurance at cost. Y «j» The less fire the less cost. X X Th e more fires the more cost. Ÿ *:* Every policy holder can cut X X J 0 ™ cost a mutual h ?. care ' ? * fullncss and f,re preventl0n - * I THE AMERICAN LEGION I Cottonwood Post No. 40 X Meets 1st Monday of each X ! month at I. O. O. F. X Bert Schroeder, Com. r Frank Albers, Adjutant t ❖ < • e •M b K m K , 'K"W 5; > -4 JOHN REILAND CONTRACTOR & BUILDER Estimates furnished class of Work. Repairing promptly done. on any Rooke Hotel Has neat clean rooms at 60c and 76c per night or $3.00 to $8.50 per week. When you are in Cottonwood give us a trial. Dad" Rooke, Prop. FOR OVER 40 YEARS HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE has been used successfully in the treatment of Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acta throuRh the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces, thus reducing the Inflammation. Sold by all druggists. F. J. Cheney * Co., Toledo, Ohio. CHICKS FOR SALE. The time is now on hand to order baby chicks as w'e have a limited hatchery right at home it would be well to order your chicks now, in order to get them at the time you wish them. White Leghorn baby chicks, $15 per hunderd, Rhode Island Red, $25 per hundred. 20 per cent with order. Also have agency for Queen incubators and brooder stoves. S. E. Trautman, Cot tonwood, Idaho. V 6-4 We print butter wrappers.