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J. W. EASIER
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Dentist
ROOMS 8 and ô
Office- Upstairs in Thurston
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jARI) l as removed all building restrictions on both country and city buildings
.,r ALL WARS HAVE BEEN FOLLOWKl) BY PERIODS OF INTENSE RECONSTRUCTION.
u9 sequel of re-construction "'ill surpass all others in magnitude. GET READY NOW FOR THE BIG BOOM IN BUILDING,
in. this State need new residences, new business houses, and a vast amount of repair work. FARMS need houses, barns, sheds and repairs.
,vl)Y TO DO OUR PART! HOW ABOUT YOU?
That, the present war surpasses all others in magnitude and destructive
J H NORRIS
Attorney and Counsellor
at Law
BOISE PAYETTE LUMBER CO.
Over First Nat-'l Bank
macaw
fhe War is Over
But it will be Many
Months before new cars can
be had form the factory and
the price will not be reduced
when they do arrive
Do not he deceived
by waiting to buy
cheaper
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We will lia-'G from time to time various
makes and styles of re-Luilt ears to offer,
ami will guarantee them to he as rep
resen red.
WATCH THIS SPACE
EACH WEEK
STUDE3AKER, 1917 model
1918 FORD ROADSTER
with delivery box
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cars and are'95 per cent new
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LIME
Air Slacked Lime is a good gar
den fertilizer.
^ A good cleanser for many purposes
Price $2.00 Per Bbl. while it lasts
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' VANPETTEN LBR. CO.
J. A. Lauer & Brother
UNDERTAKERS and EVÏ3ALWER
GLENN C. L\NDDN, Fu v3;ji 1 Dire:tyr aiT License
embaimar Lady Assistant When Desired :
In preparation for the Selective
Service draft, I now offer for sale
my Payette residences at a bargain:
FOR SALE.
$3300.00
Practically new bungalow, 30 x 48 ft.,
at 1030 Center Ave., 75 foot corner, 6
rooms and bath on first floor. At
tic finished. All double construction,
concrete basement, furnace, cement
gables, garage. One of the best
homes in Payette.
$2500.00
8-room, two story house in, first
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class condition at 614 | North Sixth)
Street. Screened porcliys, modem ex
cept furnace. 100-fcotj frontage, out
buildings, fruit trees ghd large gar
den spot.
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Will sell either or both. Terms.
Look those over and write the
C. Sturdeipnt, 621& 20th
Wash. 43-tf.
own
WANTED: Good/second hand *ype-|
wrlter desk. Stats price.—The Pay
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Ave., N. W., Seattl
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tte Mills.
Much Property Reverts to Crown.
I Few people realize the large amount
of property which passes every year
to the crown of England owing to the
owners dying without heirs or next
of-kln, and without having made
will. In most of these cases the de
ceased is an illegitimate person with
no children.
As a rule the crown does not up
propriété the whole of the property,
but makes what is called a compas
sionate allowance to the relatives
the deceased, although they may not
be his relatives according to law, and
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In some cases to friends and servants
who have performed services for him
which entitle them to consideration.
The amount of the allowance
5 ! determined by the treasury, or,
the case of the estates of persons dy
i ing within the duchy of Lancaster, by
the chancellor of the duchy.
£ ] Tlie money does not pass to the
? ! king himself, but to the nation, and
thus goes to relieve tuxatiou.
Why Twelve Is Standard Unit.
The numeral 12 was chosen as
I standard unit because it contains so
! j many smaller factors ; this is -he rea
1 son why it is still retained as a base
! I in spite of the efforts to replace it
! i by the metric system. All primitive
I nations found fractions very difficult,
, , ,, ,
and even the Egyptians, who were
most proficient in fractions, used
methods that were very long and cum
I bersome. It was a great advantage,
! therefore, to have a standard unit
i which could be divided into parts with
1 out giving common fractions, and 12
{ was sucli a number, as 1-2, 1-3, 1-4 and
_ i 1-6 of 12 were all whole numbers.—
Science Monthly.
Test of Honesty.
: Money never made a man honest,
; Higher salary rarely secures the serv
, ices of better men for the public
; That has been shown, time and again,
: when tlie salary of a position was
j raised for the purpose of attracting
I business talent to it. The result usu
ally has been that some hack politician
1 has accepted the higher pay with
! thanks or else that the sort of busi
j ness man who was attracted to place
1 holding by the money offered soon de
j veloped into an infi?rior grade of poli
! tician. Honesty and dishonesty have
I no necersary relation to a man's finan
! cial or social condition.—Buffalo Ex
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Family of Fighting Men.
; Nelson A. Miles was the first man
I press.
1
I not a graduate- of West Point w'ho
i ever lield the position of command
1 er of tlie United States army since
fhe earliest (lays of the republic. An
ancestor, Rev. John Miles, who emi
grated to this country from Wales in
1003, commanded a company in King
Philip's war, and his house was known
as "Miles' garrison."
Daniel, tlie great-grandfather of
Nelson A. Miles, and Daniel's three
sans, of whom one was Joab, the gen
eral's grandfather, served in the Rev
olutionary war.
Imitated Köpenick Captain.
An extraordinary instance of Teu
tonic servility 1 where uniforms are con
! corned lias occurred at Essen. A par
j ty of three armed individuals, two in
soldiers' and one in a policeiiran's uni
form, made a round of ail the schools
j of the town, representing themselves
to be authorized to collect the chil
dren's satchels. They paid a trifle in
en eh case for the leather sfraps at
tached to them, and carried away their
booty. After a few days, the whole
affair was discovered to he a swindle.
"How It is possible that this could
have been carried on for (lays without
anyone having the courage to chal
lenge their authority remains one of i
the mysteries of the war," says the !
Rhenish Westphalian Gazette.
Flying Temperament.
The most eminent of British seien- 1
tlsts have devoted special study to the
psychological and physiological aspects
of flying.
One authority says thnt I
good eyesight, normal hearing, good i
"muscle sense," and equilibration are !
Indispensable qualifications. But most j
Important of all is the right tempera- !
ment —not an easy thing for n medical 1
board to exnmine. Of the types—the
Imaginative and the unimaginative— j
the imaginative youth is said to make
the better pilot if he can keep his
Imagination under control.
Two Prize Captive«.
While on sentry duty one night one
of the men at Camp Colt, who had
been the butt of numerous company
Jokes, halted two of his worst tormen
tors as they were endeavoring to slip
Into camp after taps. In response to
his challenge they stated thnt they
were Kaiser BUI and Von Hindenburg
ThcevpoD the sentry called for the '
officer of the guard, reported ms ms
tiugulshed guests, and hud tlie satls
faction of seeing them headed directly
for the guardhouse.
ADAS SUMMONS
In th District Court of tile Sev
enth Jiudicial District ot th« Stute
ot Idaho, In and for the County
ot Payette,
a Mabel b leaner, Plaintiff
,
complaint has been LLd again..t you
vs
John a. Flesher,
The State of Idaho Sends Greet
ings:
To John S. Fleslfer, the above mam
c:t détendant.
Defendant.
\ ou are hereby notified that
in the District Court ot the seventh
Judicial District of the
State
Idaho, in and for the County of Pay
ette by the above named plaintiff.
This action is brought to obtain
a decree of divorce from you
above named defendant,
Flesher, on the grounds of extreme
the
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cruelty and wilful ntg.ect, all
which more fully appears frem the
verified compla.nt of the plain
tiff on file herein.
appear and
plaint within twenty days
service of this summons, if served
within said Judicial Distri. t,
And you are hereby directed
au s wer the said coni'
of the
and
within forty days if served else
wherte; and you are further notified
. „
that , Unless you , «"appear and
answer said complaint within the
time herein specified, the p aintiff
w111 tajde judgment against you
Prayed in said complaint
Witness my hand and the seal
said District Court, this 12|h day
of November, A. D. 1918.
! w. A. Cloud, CTurk.
I. E. Jennings, Deputy.
,
(SElAL) I
John H. Norris, J i
Residing at Payette, Idaho,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Nov. 21, Dec. 26.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of George W. Betebenner D
ce sed.
^ ^ epe ^- y fii'en by the
, g xecu rix of the estât
P0| S e W- Beteb.nmr, decea ej
*'* le creditors of and aill persons hav
in S claims againstt the said deceased;
to exhibit them with the
un
ie of
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necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said executrix at the law
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p ' ' 011 ' m tlle °f
Payette, County of Payette, State
of Idaho . this being the place fixed
for tlle transaction of the business
°t said estate,
Dated November 26th, 1918. 1
JULIA E. BETBJBENNER
Executrix of the
Estate
of George W. Betebenner
deceased.
Nov. 28, Dbc. 19.
FOR SALE
Six-roam bungalow, three large por
che S (two screened) good out build
logs, shade and lawn, one and one
half acre of groind
large garden
ei- n;
a()0ve properties, call at this office,
consist.ng
chicken yard and cow
of
pasture. All watered wi.h ilpn sys
tem. Drilled well at back door, 100
feat, soft water. No nicer suburban
hofne in Payette. Price $3250.00. Good
terms if desired. i
Also seven roomed house, all
furnace, larg'e bathrocm
equipped, good barn and other
buildings. Two lots 50 by 150 feet,
pasture for one cow. Sidewalk
curb on three sides paid for. Price
$3250.00. Terms If desired,
ther information on either 0 f
mod
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ont
and
For fur
the
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A HUNDRED TONS OF FEED GRAIN
We have above amounts in transit
and will sell at following -
hundr-d pounds on receipt:
prices per
Bulk
Sacked Chopped
No. 1 Feed Barley
No. 3 Old Corn
Mixed Chopped
$2.75
$2.90
$3.00
3.25
3.40
3.50
3.10
3.25
The Payette Mills
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the sev
»nth Judicial District of the State
of Idaho, In and for tie CoLnty of
P-yette
Roy Miars, Plaintiff ,
va
Mary F. Sparks, 1 ranees Farquhar,
Ruth Farquhar, Nuomi Farquhar,
Oscar J. Farquhar, A.ary F. SPaiu,
Caroline Farquhar, Charges Far
quhar, heirs and devisees of Sie
\ phpji L. Spar as, deceased, the
unknown, heirs of Josiah W.
Sparks, deceased, the unknown
heirs of Stephen L. Sparks, de-j
ceased, aid the unknown heirs of
Julia Hazard Sparks, deceased wiie|
of Stephen L. spares, d-eea-ed,
Defendants.
The State of Idaho Sends Greetings:
To Mary F. Sparks, braue, s bar-,
quha tr, Ruth Farquhar, Naomi bar!
quhar, Oscar J. barquhar, Mary F.
Spaid, Caroline Farquhar, Charles:
Farquhar, heirs and devises of
Stephen L. Sparks, deceased, the
unknown heirs of Josiah W. Sparks,
deceased, the unknown heirs of Ste
phen L. Sparks, deceased, the un
known heirs of Ju.ia Hazard Sparks,
deceased, wife of Stephen L. Sparks,
Deceased, the above named defend-;
ants.
You are hereby notified that a
complaint has been tiled against you
in. the District Court, cf the oetenth
Jiudicial District of the State o$
Idaho, in and for the County of
Payette by the above named plain
tiff.
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of
to
of
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This action is brought to quiet
title to the following described lot,
piece or parcel of land situât. d. 1yd
ing and being in the County of Pay-1
ette, State of Idaho, and more par
ticularly bounded and des-rlued asi
'
follows, to-wit: North five acre» of;
the following described lanus, to!
wit: A part of the S 1-2 of the SB}I
14 of section 22, Township 9 North,:
Range 5 West of tee Boise Meri
dian, described as fo.luws, towlt: •
Beginning at the Northeast corner:
of said 80 acre tract, then.e West,
along the North line ot said 80|
acres 25 chains, tiunce South 4
chains, thence East 26 chains to
the J2ast Une of said tract, thence
North 4 chains to the place of be
ginning.
And you are hereby directed to
appear and answer the said com
plaint within twenty days cf the
service of this summons, if served
within said JudUlal District, and
within forty days if serred else
where; and you are further notified:
that unless you so appear and ans*!
wer said complaint within the timej
herein specified, the plaintiff will :
take judgment against you as pray-|
ed in said complaint. :
Witness my hand and the seal of
831(1 District Court, this 18th day of
November, A. D„ 1918.
fencing. Inquire this office,
I
W. A. Cloud, Clerk.
(SEAL)
John H. Norria and F. H. Lyon,
Residing at Payctfe, Idaho,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Nov - 21, Dec. 26, 1918.
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Quarts
FOR SALE
Schram Fruit Jars
1-2 gallon .
90 cts.
70ct».
40cts.
Pints
Payette Vinegar and Pickling Co..
FOR SALE: Lot of woven wire
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Wood File arid Coal Seattle
or less coal—and
You can use less weed
increase Hie warmth and comfort in your home.,
Great 'West ern Duplex
Jhe very best v/oodentvcoa/ heater ever made.
Oblong fire chamber—wood easily put through kr$e
end door. Duplex £rate has almost solid surface for
burning woodi when reversed, has open bars for hom
ing coal. Perfect fire control—easy to keep fire at
niÿht.-Hot Blast tube in center directs warmed air
over fire ; —burning ali ÿales, increasing heat with less
fuel consumption.Eemovaple nickel; handsome, grace
ful lines. Inspect it to-day.
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Price $15. 00 to $45.00
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Electric
Supply House
E. B. HOLMES
Dentist
Offlc* crv»r Stanton Bros. Store.
We
are especially equipped f<
Armature and Motor Repairing i
all Kinds. Licensed Contracte;
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for aH Classes of Electrical Worl
805 North Eigth Street
F. H. LYON
Boise
Idah
A TTORN E Y-A T- 1 A W
Office inJLyon Block
Payette,
FOR SALE: One of the best
cated improved ten
Payette Bench, 1-2 mile norih of
tarlo bridge, 3 1-2 mike from
•tte.—Mrs. Rose M. Bnowbwger.
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