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During the early Tall months Home B people's thought« turn to love. One '■ 0 ( our subscriber* out near the Lo ■ cU gt Grove school sends In this: ■ We walked along the country lane ■ That tended tow'rd the wood; B It was a day when lovers love I And all the world seemed good; The poplars cast tlielr shade across I The road and here and there B Tb sparrows chirped among the leaves, And balmy was the air. B I would not say I held her hand [ That morning on the way; B We'd always been the best of Menus And I had but to say a word my wish to Indicate And she would understand ■ And meekly cast her soft eyes down, Though I took not her hand. ■ But circumstances alter rules Which have been tried and found ■ Dependable until a time When they proved unsound. This one occasion emphasized The fickle female mind— She would not to the pasture go And leave her calf behind. FOR THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE—Send your CREAM ■ HENNINOSEN PRODUCE CO., B Kuna, Idaho. Correct weights and tests guaranteed. to at Iu the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the ; State of Idaho, in and for Ada County I Willamette H. Seely and Thomas ■ E. Seely, her husband, \V. T. Booth B and Idaho Investment and Security B Company, a corporation, Plaintiffs, [ vs. Ada S_ Miller, a widow, Mattie E. I Doyle, a widow, if living, and If dead, I the unknown heirs and devisees of ■ Mattie E. Doyle, deceased, the un B known heirs and devisees of William B E. Doyle, (sometimes known as W.E Doyle) deceased, and the unknown heirs and devisees of Henry Wachtel, deceased, and all unknown owners of I the following described real estate I aituated in Ada county. State of Idaho I to-wit: Lots 20 and 21 and Lot 17, I all In Block 1 of Denver subdivision I to Boise City, as the same are shown i and designated on the official plat of I «aid subdivision, of record In the I corder's office of Ada County, Idaho. I Defendants. Summons. THE STATE OF IDAHO SENDS GREETINGS TO: Ada S. Miller, a B widow, Mattie E. Doyle, a widow, if B living, and if dead, the re unknown ■ heirs and devisees of Mattie E. Doyle, ■: deceased, the unknown heirs and dev B °t William E. Doyle ( sometimes known as W. E. Doyle) deceased, and the unknown heirs and devisees of Henry Wachtel, deceased, and all un known owner» of the following des ■ crlbed real estate situated in Ada ■ County. State of Idaho, to-wit: Lota B 20 and 21 and Lot 17, all in Block 1 B Denver subdivision to Boise City, ^ as the same are shown and designated on the official plat of said subdivi sion, of record in the recorder's of fice of Ada County, Idaho, the above H »anted defendants. You and each of you are hereby ■ notified that a complaint has been fil B ft Sainst you in the District Court ■ of the Third Judicial District of the ■ Stale of Idaho, in and for the County I t 0f ff Ada ' tb * a * )ov ' i natnod plaln K ^ ls action ta brought to determine £ all claims made by the said defen dants and each of them adverse to the plaintiffs in and to that certain real estate in the County of Ada, B Idaho, and described in ■ complaint herein; and to ■ obtain a decree of court that the said ■ defendants and each of them has ■ estate or interest in and to said land ■ and premise® or any part thereof, ■ «*? t,le Gtle of the said plain ■ i iu Plumette H. Seely is good and ■ and as to the folowing described I b. eBtate situated in Ada County, ■ wtate of Idaho, to-wit: Lots 20 and ■ ,t in Block 1 of Denver Subdivision ■ n B ? iee City, ae the same are shown ■ !u? U ? re ^ snd designated on the ofli tn at sa ^d subdivision of record "1 t; 1 ® office of the County Recordor or Aua County, State of Idaho. "I 1 * 1 * 1 t* 18 title of tho said platn ■ »o " • T ' ®°°th end the Idaho In I ® stmen t »nd Security Compauy, a ■ corporation la good and valid as to the described real estate su ■ ln , A( la County State of Idaho, 18ubdivisVo ' 17 ^ n BIoclt 1 ot G enver no _ to Boise City, as the ■ 8 i' own . numbered and de ■ .„killed on tb® official plat of »aid Ifh. r. VBlon of r »cord ln the office of I 88 County Recorder of Ada County. ■ «täte of Idaho. ■ ,* 1 ° c . omi:el iit® 8a *d defendants and Hnr Ik • tllem 1° set forth the nature I »ni he r anJ each °t their claima In I 8 ". t0 ,* ft ld real estate, that nil nd -Ij claims of th* said defendant* l»,i v, Pac i' of tllen > mny be determln tha« i. decree of this Court, and t»,. adjudg'd and decreed that J. * 8& *d plaintiffa are severally the ■ . iM 8ar8 of «nid real estate and ea tlle Posseeslon thereof, and th.i ttle * a 'd defendants and each of ftn d all unknown heirs and de 8 #nt * unknown owners of tiff' re ?i asiate described In plain »n8 S j Sa , e °mpialnt may be enjoined ei«i«, d9barre d fr °m aeserting any lm tu and to said real estate ad oth t0 t * le Pi*lnUffe; "and for stten ■ l B «r. and furt her relief in the prem B an 7 "* may seem meet and proper. B aa , r °J costs of suit, all of which B vbh« i ully ai'Pear from plaintiffs' B wkiaw d com Pialnt on file herein, to ! cb reference is hereby made. h s«*«. y ? u are hereby directed to ap B JJrT and answer the said complaint ■ Tipo ^ n , lwen ty(20) days from tho ser ■ In t !, this 8UI «nions. If servod with ■ forf aid ^ u dtcial District, and within BTg, l ^0) days if served elsewhere; Uni» 5 ° U are farther notified that ■ you 80 appear and answer said Iin2U.. 1 the time herein ■ lnrt* lrled ' f* 10 plaintiffs will take » agnient against you «« prayed In | H1 d computnt. E ».ns m >' liand and the seal of iff® district Court this 2 7th day of |( S -' 182 0. Stephen Utter, Clerk. l I) AVlDS0N Clyde E8gleson ' D0 * ,uty i®0l8S, & DAVISON, residing ar Idaho, Attorneys for Plaln sel7-oc22 Offm • « Cold la the Head S'*® ® cut * attack of Nasal Catarrh Per- ! S^$BWKKr3 lead to Chronic Catarrh CAT ARRIÎ MEDICINE Is tak 00 1 y an 2 a ; ts through the Blood • » F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. T.est You Forget, I 00 remind you that Chamber lain a Tablets not only cause a gantls movement of the bowels but Improve the appetite and gestion. strengthen ths di Notles Nettes is hereby given that the Board of Directors of the Pioneer Ir rigation District will meet as a Board of Correction of the 1920 assessment rolls of the District, at its office at. Caldwell, Idaho, on the 30th day of September, 1920, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, and will continue in session from day to day as long as may be necessary, not exceeding live (5) days, inclusive of holidays. Dated this 3d day of September 1920. FRED L. EVANS, ' Secretary Pioneer Irrigation District. MERIDIAN TRANSFER LINE A. J. MATCHAM, Proprietor. Auto Track Service Light and Heavy Hauling. Prompt Delivery, Office Phone 210. MERIDI A N , IDAHO. MERIDI A X PRE8SARYJ G. R. Davidson and B. F. Talbot, Proprietors. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. We have opened the Meridian Pres sary for business and are prepared to do all kinds of cleaning, pressing and repairing. We call for and deliver all articles in town. Satisfaction guaran teed DR. W. R. SMITH, ..GRADUATE VETERINARIAN .. Office: 108 No. 9th 8t., Boise. Phone 18-R-1943M TIM8 CARD OF OREGON SH0RT LINE RAILROAD ( Effective Jan«s 1, 1926). Itwise te Nampa—Time ef auiiii; Meridiau: IT#-—12:26 m; connect Ne. t7 west! and No. 12 on on main line 172—7:31 am, pony to Huntihgtea. 174—10:12 am. eonnect No 4, •*»:. | 176 178 >2 pm. pony to Mustiagtiia. j 4 7 pat, connect Ns. 6 east, No. 19 west bound. ISO—Tuesday, Thursday a»4 Satur day, 8.47 am, to McCall. Nampa to Bois Meridian: Time ef passing No. 171—2:47 am, connection frem No. 18 eastbound and No. 17 wset. 173— 9:59 am pony front Hantlugton 174— 11.33 pm, connection from Ns. 4 eastbound. 177—5:21 put pony from Huntington 179—7.58 pot, eonneetion fro» No. 6 eastbound and No. 19 we* bound 181—Monday, Wednesday a | Frl day, 3:52 pm, from McCall lit the District Court of the Third Judicial District of tk« State of Idaho, in and far the Ceumty of Ada. Jessie F. Kearne. Plaintiff, vs Doug las K. Kearus, Defendant, Alias Summons for Publieation. Tho Stato of Idaho loads greetings to Douglas K. Kearns, 'ho above uamed defendant. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has boon filed against you ia the District Court of the Third Judi cial Diatrict of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada, hy the above named plaintiff. This action is brought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between plaintiff and defendant on the grounds of wrongful neglect of the defendant to provide for plaintiff the common necessaries of lite for more than one year preceding tha comsnca esment of said action as alleged in a first rauae of action; and also on the; grounds of de eudant's crualtv to the plaintiff, a* alleged inj a second cause of action, ail of which mote fully appears from plaintiff's verified complaint on file herein, to which reference is hereby mail«, and made a part hereof. And you are hereby directed to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty day« of the service of tkie summon«, if served withiu said Judicial District .and within forty davt if served elsewhere; and yen are further nofifed that unies* ycu a* app*ar and auswar said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment againat you as praved in said complaint. Witness my hand and the sesl ef «aid District Court this 17th day ef August, 1920. (Seal) Stephen Utter. Clerk By Otto Peterson, Deputy. DAVIDSON & DAVISON, Residing at Boise, Idaho, Attorney« for Plaintiff. au27-oel et trama r*x! * Ijn EjLuh : Farming Is a Business And like every business, it requireeforms, | records and blanks tliat give you the facts j about your farm, just as a busint*»* nian has them about his business. We print forms and letterheads (eveiy . business farmer should ha ^ 0 ^". head) on HammermiU Bond, the Uukty Business Paper. 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KltlKXW, TROPKIKIUH 1 D A n o. Vulcanizing is past the experimental »lag« m an ail, which when executed hy a skilled workman will give you man J mere milee en "That Heal Pirn You trier Had." It The Idaho Enultu Exahanoe ;< ; I ! ' The Idaho Equity Exchange ha* taken charge of tlicir elegant new warehouse and store building just *outh of the O. S. L. depot in Meridian. They are ready for the late summer and fall business in— I X IMPREME.XTS HARDWARE TWISE, SAVES, ETC., ETC. I i o Emerson 2.-Way Plow W e have a line of Emerson 2-Way Plow iay good for fall plowing. - Bring in Your Wheat We are ready to handle your WHEAT and will pay you the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. IDtIIIO EQUITY EXCH/MGE f Phone 281, Meridian, Idaho. j i i * ! ! u in ' ♦ i A : THERE IS PLUMBING PROTECTION! 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MATEER UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER J ? i Call* answered sight or day.Will pay téléphona toll« or. «11 preieesiesal 4 l calls. I carry a eeaiplete line ef fus erai supplies A chapel far services. Auto or lior-e hearse. Rhone No. 215. MERIDIAN. IDAHO. 4 : «* «* of the Third Judicial District ef the State of Idaho, in and for the County Boise Teat & Awning Company. Lim ited, a Corporation, Petitioner. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the above named corporation has duly filed in this court its application for dissoluion. and that any party in in terest desiring to protest such disso 1 at ion must appear and file written objection thereto on or before the 15th day of October, 1920. In the District Court of Ada. 15th day ot October, 1920. Witness my hand and the seal of said district court this 8th day of September. 1920. I Seal> STEPHEN UTTER. Clerk._ By Thos. E. Powell, Deputy. 19-6t H R. J. S. ALLE N «RABIATE VSTRRINARIAN PEONE 714-M NAMPA, IDAHO. FOR THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE—Send vour CREAM to HENNINOSEN PRODUCE CO., at Kuna, Idaho. Correct weight* and tests guaranteed. i an i prepared te take care ef the ailment« among live stock ia the Mer idiau com atu sity.Located permaaent j ly here. First house south ef pump mg statien. Phoae 86«, Meridian. Prompt service readered both at barn and calls. Rate $1.5# per dav for eare VETERINARY WBRE. i of animal at harm : " J MATT ANBKRSON. " Will answer all «alls. W.B.Davidson, W. He ward Davtaon LAWYER# Y ates Building. BOOUC, IDAHO.