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SHOOK FAMILY HAVK REUNION.
A family reunion in which four gen erations of two families were present, was a pleasant event Sunday at the H. M. Shook home, west of the fair grounds. The event is an annual and each year grows a little larger. It also demonstrates that where one relative comes and finds a mecca in the west, others follow, as the older people at the reunion were all neigh bors as well as relatives in southern Iowa. The oldest iterson at the re union was Grandma Havner, 76, and the youngest was her great grand daughter, Bettle Louise Shook, 10 months of age. Those present were: Mr .and Mrs. Guy Shook and family, Boise; Mr.and Mrs. Tom Shook and family, Boise; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Shook, Boise; Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Shook and daugh ter Bessye, Meridian; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Shook and daughter Bettie Louise Nampa; Mrs. S. E. Havner, Meridian; Mrs. T. M. McClure, Siam, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cooper and family of Meridian; Mr. and Mrs.Wal ter Wendt and family of Boise; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rush, Boise; J. R. Brown, Boise; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Richards, Boise. At The four generations of the two families were: Mrs. Rush, great grand mother; daughter Mrs. H. M. Shook; grandson, Tom Shook and great granddaughter, Mildred Shook. Mrs. S. E. Havner, great grandmother; Mrs. S. W. Shook, her daughter; Gay lard V. Shook, grandson, and Betty Louise Shook, great granddaughter. one Chamberlain's jf'olic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Every family should keep this pre paration at hand during the hot of the summer months, sure to be needed, and when that time comes, is worth many times its cost. Buy it now. U is almost Recommends Chamberlain's Tablets. "Chamberlain's Tablets have been used by my husband and myself off and on for the past five, y ears. When my husband goes away from home he always takes a bottle of them along with him. Whenever I have that heavy feeling after eating or feel dull and played out, I take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets and they fix me up fine," writes Mrs. Newton Vreeland, Minoa, N. Y. Take these tablets when troubled with consti pation or indigestion and they will do you good. W.Howard Davison W.B.Davidson, LAWYERS 4th Floor Yates Building, T. S. RISSER GENERAL LAW PRACTICE Yates Building, Boise, ldano. KLINK BROTHERS TRANSFER Auto Light and Heavy Hauling. Delivery, Office Phone 210. MERIDIAN, Service Prompt Truck IDAHO. C. H. EDWARDS ATTORNEY AT LAW Overland Building, Boise. SECOND-HAND GOODS Always on hand— a full line of Second-hand Goods if all Kinds, at a Moderate Price. ROATH'S EXCHANGE STORE 2d Street, Meridian. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Sarah S. Cunningham, de ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Arthur E. Cunningham, administrator of the estate of Sarah S.Cunningham, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the 'said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said Arthur E. Cunningham, at the law office of Martin & Martin, Room 406, Idaho Building, Boise, Idaho, County of Ada, this being the place,fixed for the transaction of the business of said eSt Dated June 12, 1922. ARTHUR E. CUNNINGHAM, Administrator of the estate of Sarah jnl6-6t S. Cunningham, deceased. IN THE DISTRICT COURT o£-N.he Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada. Nellie Westover, Plaintiff, vs George Westover, Defendant. Alias Summons for Publication. The State of Idaho Sends Greetings: to George Westover, the above uained defendant. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of Ada by the above named plaintiff; This action Is brought to obtain a decree of divorce on the ground of defendant's wilful desertion of this Plaintiff for more than one year last past and praying for general relief. And you are hereby directed to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty 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 and answer said complaint appear _. within the time herein specified, the • . plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 13th day of May, 1922. .(Seal) Stephen Utter Clerk. By Thos. E. Powell. Deputy. C. H. EDWARDS, Residence, Boise, Idaho, Attorney for Plaintiff. mayl9-Jn23 TYPEWRITERS! State your need* and wo will describe and quote. The LINO WRITER, a printin« office mkhmitt! Ribbons any color75s delivered. Orn model. Carbon paper 8x13 100 sheets *1.95 deliv d. Empire Type Foundry, Mfv. Wood Tvpe, Metal Type,Printer/ Supplie/, ßullolp» N.Y» Chamber Music Organization to Be Heard I j J. The Biltmore Orcheatr Full Concert and a Five Splendid Musicians Give One Prelude Fourth Day of Chautauqua l> t To meet the ever-increasing demand for the better things in music, the Biltmore Orchestra was organized, and its concerts at Chautauqua on the fourth day will be two of the finest musical features of the assembly. The organ ization, which is really a chamber music group, playing, however, many of the popular numbers as well as the selections from the classical libraries, is headed by Charles Mitchell Mixer, eminent Chicago violinist of real talent. His play ing is marked by tine technique and a sympathetic tone of great beauty. He has become widely known in Chicago and throughout the country for his splen did artiatry. Mr. Mixer is a former pupil of Herbert Butler and also the cele brated violin master, Leopold Auer. MERIDIAN SUMMER CHAUTAUQUA, JULY 10 TO JULY 14, 1922. Good Bread, Rolls, Cakes, Pies FRESH EVERY DAY! Beam's Bakery and confectionery MERIDIAN, IDAHO. » 8TUDEBAKER LIGHT SIX Your satisfaction with a car de pends upon your satisfaction with its performance^ appearance, economy, comfort and price. These are the vital points. And you must get satisfaction in each one if you are to be satisfied with your car as a whole. Consider the LIGHT SIX from this angle. It is esentially the same car as it was when Introduced. It was right before it was offered. And it has made good in the service of thousands and thousands of owners. It is depend able, Its L-liead motor is powerful, flexible and freer from vibration than ony car at anywhere near its price. Its graceful lines are enhanced by a lasting finish. Cowl parking lights and the cowl ventilator not only add to its good looks but are accessary for complete satisfaction. The LIGHT-SIX stands up in service with a minimum of repair expense. This, with low fuel consumption, means satisfactory economy. 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Distributors 118-120 SOUTH TENTH STREET, BOISE. IDAHO. In the District Court .. of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County j of Ada. J. R. Good, Plaintiff, vs Ernest L. Butler and Nettle L. Butler, husband and wife, defendants. Alias Summons for Publication. The State of Iduho sends greetings to Ernest L. Butler and Nettie L. But ler, husband and wife, the above named defendants. You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been tiled against you in the District Court of the Third Judi cial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada, by the above named plaintiff. This action is brought to collect a balance due plaintiff from defend ants for professional services ren dered. And you are hereby directed to ap pear and answer the said complaint within twenty 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. Witness my hand and the seal of said District Court, this 16th day of June, 1922. (Seal) Stephen Utter, Clerk. By Thos. E. Powell, Deputy. S. L. TIPTON and J. T. COOK, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Residing at Boise, Idaho. jn23-6t OREGON SHORT LINE RAILWAY Time of trains passing Meridlan.All time scheduled Is Pacific time. Ex ample: 12 o'clock noon Pacific time Is 1 o'clock p. m. Mountain time. Boise to Nampa. Time of Passing Meridian; No. 170—1:16 am connect No. II eastbound and No. 17 westbound at Nampa. No. 172—7.31 am Pony to Hunting ton. No. 174—10.12 am. connect with No. 4 eastbound at Nampa. No. 176—11.57 am. connection No. 23 westbound at Nampa. No. 178—2.23 p. m.—connect No. 19 westbound at Nampa and No 6 east. No. 180—5.19 pm—connect No. 24 eastbound at Nampa. Nampa to Boise. Time of passing Meridian: No. 171—3.27 am—connection from No. 17 west and No. 18 eaatbeund. No. 173—9.57 am. Pony from Hunt ington. Ne. 175—11.33 am. connection from No. 4 eastbound. No. 177—1.2-1 pm- connect from No.' 23 westbound. No. 179—3.42 pm. Connectlen from No. 19 westbound. No. 181—6.52 pm—connection from No. 24, eastbound. FOR SALE—Pure bred Ancona eggs for setting $1.00 for 15. raspberry plants, $1.50 per dozen. Q. B. STANFIELD, R. D. 1 Meridian, Idaho Black cap 4t Kill That Worm Use Gr&sselli Arsenate of Lead! In spraying your apple orchard for coddling moth, YOU WANT THE BEST. The Grasselli is one of the oldest and most re liable leads on the mar ket and we have the exclusive sale of this brand in the Valley. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT -O IDAHO EQUITY Exchange MERIDIAN, IDAHO. 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Dated May 19th, 1922. MARCUS DAY, Administrator of the Estate of Wil-1 liam Day. deceased. WM. C. DUNBAR. Attorney for Ad- ; ministrator, Residence, Boise, Idaho. m26-jn23 Notice to Creditor». Estate of Bertha E. Williams, dec eased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Richard H. Williams, ac uiinistrator of the Estate of Berth E. Williams,deceased, to the ered ( tors of and all persons having claim ' against the said deceased, to exhltu ' them with the necessary voucher within 4 months after the firat pil i lication of this notice, to the aii.-i administrator at the office qf U Alden, No. 329 Yates Building Bc-L<* City, County of Ada, Scale of Idc o this being the place fixed for t..-u I transaction pf the business of estate, Dated May 19th, 1922. ; RICHARD H. WILLIAM:' Administrator of the Estate of 1 2 itha E. Williams. m36-j.-.