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Surrounding Territory ***************** * PLEASANT RIDGE + ***************** Mrs. Geo. Springer was very ill all last week with a cold on her lungs. Misses Bonnie and Kate Moss were visitors at the John Earner home Sun day afternoon. T. F. Bryant, whole leading his horses to water, was knocked down by them and practurcd the bones in his ankle badly Thursday of last week. Rev. E. N. Hershey and family were Sundav visitors at the J. T. Mc Laine home. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Parsons spent Christmas at the Hicks home in Cald well. Messrs. A. F. Talcott and E. S. Moss were Boise visitors last Monday. J. P. Holcomb and family moved last Friday onto Dr. Blondell's ranch which he has rented for the coming year. Misses Athea Hitson Prichard visited at the Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys visited at the Parson hom e Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs. T. Z. Morse and fami ly and Miss Alice Barrett were Christ mas guests at the Earner home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tish spet Sunday at the Geo. Tish home. Mrs. Moss and daughters, Bonnie and Kate, visited at the Howard home Sunday evening. Chas. Fowler sold a bunch of steers to F. L. Rose last week. Mr. Pharris is building a new resi dence on his farm on Orchard street. Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey and family were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shelp. The Earwood family is on the sick list this week. Roy Shelp is baling hay again. He baled for U. G. Kiser last week. and Moss Ollie home ***************** * GREENLEAF * ***************** Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Brown were Sunny Slope visitors last week. Miss Pearl Grieve of Caldwell is spending the holidays at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ambrose Tish. Professor and Mrs. Eli Parisho visited relatives in Sunn v Slope a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Harris of Melba visited relatives and friends in Green leat last week. Miss Cleo Harris who has been clerking in the Golden Rule Store at Boise, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon and Mr. St Hoadley of Deer Flat were Green leaf visitors Sunday. Lester Harris met with a very very severe accident Saturday. While shoveling gravel a bank caved off, buried and crushed one foot. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hanson spent Xmas at Central Cove. ***************** * WILDER * ***************** Melvin Linebaugh, Everett Allen, and John Wittel, three Wilder youths, had a narrow escape from a serious accident last week when the machine in which they were riding, driven by young Linebaugh, rolled off a grade and over an embankment about two miles northeast of town. The car for tunately did not upset so none of the occupants were injured. The only harm done to the machine was a broken windshield and slight damage to one wheel. L. C. Elerick of Wilder has gone to Arizona for the winter. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Boeck and child of Wilder are spending a ten days vacation with Mrs BoerV'<s n" ents in Denver. Colo. They will prob ably return this week. Ernest Walker, who lives two miles south of Wilder, suffered a nainfnl injury Friday of last week while en gaged in feeding a hav press. His left leg was caught by the plunger of the machine, fracturing the bon< low the knee. He was taken to Cald well where the bone was set and is at present doing very well. Mr. and Mrs J. C. ThrailVill snen' three days at Christmas with relatives in Boise. Upon returning horn" Mr« Thrailkill wis taken ill with in^'ienz* and although recovering rapidly is still confined to her home. W. N. Rhoads, who recently mnvd to Wilder, has purchased the Wilder garage, including the stock of tools and equipment owned bv Rov Allen, Influenza conditions in this vicinitv low the knee. He was take nto Cald new case having been reported. ***************** * MIDWAY NEWS * ***************** Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Kottenborn will be pleased to know that she has received a letter from Chriismas day. Three weeks ago the war department reported finding him a prisoned at Limburg, Germany, lie was wounded in the leg. Mr. and Mrs. Job" Clements and daughters spent Christmas with their son and 'brother, Will Clements, of High Line. Old False Teeth wanted Wl WILL PAY vr TO •ai.BO 9WM M%(brokenor not). Bond itonci, ouhwiil br return mall. P»oku» • *o • » <*»»• subjMt to sender's »pproTslof our oBjr— also h If hast prices paid for OLD OOLD JBWILBY, OOLD OBOWNI. BUDMIj PLATINUM and IILYBB. (Out out ad*.) UNITED STATES SMELTING WORKS, INC. m wT.', *"•* offlo * * a to en His of at is * know from the him lie and their of 9WM <*»»• ad*.) offlo * Roscoc Fry and family were guests at a turkey dinner at their brother's T. F. Fry, Sunday. - Miss Dorothy Whittle spent the week end in Boise with her cousin, Miss Marjorie Whittle. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Patterson and daughters of Orchard Avenue were dinner guests at the O. G. Smith home Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. David Kauffman gave a family dinner to a number of rela tives. The guests included Dr. F. H. Hostettler and family of Nampa, G. J. Yoder and family, Mrs. S. D. Yoder son and daughter, and George Burris of Star, and Perry Yoder of Ohio. Miss Winnie Gains of Mountain Home is visiting at the home of W. J. Turner on Orchard Avenue. Charles Metcalf went over to his ranch in the Gem district Tuesday ex pecting to be gone several days. Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead and daugh ter Bernice of Boise, spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Whitehead's sis ter, Mrs. J. L. Bumgarner. Miss Mary Nicholas of St. Alphon sus hospital, Boise, spent Christmas with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Whittle of Boise spent the week end at the L. A. Whittle home. Miss Margureite Bumgarner is visit ing in Boise this week with Mrs Linegar, who is visiting her parents in the capital city. She was one of the instructors at Lewiston Normal while Miss Bumgarner was there . Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Greenslet and daughters, Mrs. Earl Campbell and Miss Mary, of Caldwell, were Christ mas guests at the H. A. Oeder home J. E. Newbry and family of Kuna visited at R. E. Newbray's, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Johnson and family and Fred Rockwell all of Nam pa, were Sunday guests at the J- D Rockwell home. Mrs. C. A. Holt of Boise and her daughter, Miss Idah of Gooding, were dinner guests at the H. A. Oed home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fry and children were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs Roy McConnell of Middleton Miss Mary Bumgarner, who is at tending St. Margaret's at Boise, but spent her vacation at her home, and Miss Lily Fleisher of Nampa were Sunday guests of Ethed Bumgarner Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Riskemire were dinner guests at M. L. Sutton's, Sun day. Miss Ora McConnell and children of Nampa, and her cousin, M. B. Mr Dowell who recently returned from training camp at Fort Rosecrans, Ca^ spent Sunday evening at the J Riskemire home. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rockwell and niece. Ethel Evans, were Christmas guests at Chas. Sovel's in Nanipa Miss Evelyn Marks visited from Friday to Sunday with her friend Sybil Taylor, north of Nampa. Mr. arid Mrs. G. H. Hulbert were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs C. I. Cushman in Nampa. Mrs. Carlton Holt and little daugh ter and Doris Oeder, were week end guests at the home of their uncle, L E. Greenslet in Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Benson, who left here December 21, were snow bound near Omaha and did not arrive in Chi cago, their old home, until after Christmas. Miss Ceelia Waters was an over night guest of Mrs. L. V. Roy, Mon day. Cecil Van de Meer, who is attending the Intermountain Institute at Weiser spent the holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Van de Meer, re turning Monday evening. Mrs. Charles Budell has been suf fering from the influenza, but is able to be up at this time. Mrs. L. V. Rov and brother. Everett Turner, visited friends in Boise, Sun da Mr. and Mrs. George Dory and Mr and Mrs. C. H. Gloughie and family of Nampa. and Mr. and Mrs. George Hulbert and son Jabez, were guests the Clyde Dory home. New Years Mr. and Mrs. David Strand a daughter, were guests of Mr. and M M Hamilton to dinner Christmas f Mr and Mrs. Richard Clements of Lone Star visited Fridav with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Clements. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson were dinner cfucsts, Cliri^mas day, at tne T Casey home in Nampa. Mrs. John Clements and daughter. Edith, were visitors in the capital city, Monday. W. L. Lake is on the sick list. Mr and Mrs. R. C. Fry and ters were guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Dutton's in Caldwell. Christmas. Mrs. Geo. H. Robinson was a Cald well visitor Tuesday. Miss Mvrtle Drnrv and W. S Sho walter of Nampa. visited at the George Karcher home, Sundav evening, Mr and Mrs J. L. Bumearner re ceived word from their son Raymond, who has been at the officers' training school in Georgia, that he was dis charged on the 6th of December, but that he would make a trip to South America before returning home. Marion Smvth entered Link's Busi ness College in Boisr, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs T. W. Reynolds were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs R.ilrli Gibson in Nampa. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. lordan and children and Mr. and Mrs I. F. hosier spent New Years day at Mr. and Mrs. Lee Powell's home. Little Elizabeth Clements was the victim of ;v surprise partv Saturday nfternoon, it being her 7th hirthdav. The guests were Mrs Will Clements and son Billie wf High line who re mained until Sundav. Lila Wine of Nampa. Frank and Klla Metcalf and Miss Martha Nicholas A fine time was enjoyed. Several Christmas letters were re ceived in Midawy last week by parents from the boys overseas Thcv report oil the Midway hoys in Battery R. 146, F. A. safe and sound and anxious to get on the Rhine. The 146 F. A. has 'been transferred from the First to the army called gonne Their burg. and day with of with the is to ler of on Mr. last in he at and For Sale Good Feeders, 2 and 3-year-old Steers. Will contract them back after feeding out. A sure shot to get your money out of your hay. Turner Livestock Realty Co. and the Third Arm v Corps, and are in the army of occupation. They do not bçjong to any one division but are called army troops, going where they : most needed. They were at Chateau-Thierry, Vesle River, St. Mihiel, Balleau Woods, Verdun, Ar gonne Forest, Stenay and Sedan. Their headquarters were in Luvem burg. ************ ***** FRANKLIN NEWS * ***************** Earl Allen returned home^ from Washington, Christmas morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClenahan and daughter, Mary, spent Christmas day with their son, Mr. R. T. Mc Clenahan and family. Helen Grim spent Sunday with Edna Shupe. Pauline Tolleth and twin sisters, Beatrice and Bernice, spent Sunday with Nellie Sraver. Miss Hardy's friend, Miss Yearyian of Caldwell, is spending a few days with her . Mr. John Baumgartner has been on the sick list for the past few days but is improving nicely now. Clyde Browning returned home from Camp Lewis Thursday. F. E. Tolleth made a business trip to Oregon last week and home Saturday. Misses Gertrude, Marie, 'Mabel Mil ler of Nampa, Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer of Greenleaf, spent Christmas with their parents, Ira Miller. Mrs. Bob Perrv motored to Caldwell on business, Friday. Mrs. F. E. Tolleth and children spent Christmas with her folks at Me ridian. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller and two little children. Dick and Harold, spent Christmas with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borwning. The Franklin school closed again last week to remain closed until Jan uary 6th. Word was received from Raymond Parge by his mother that he was still in Honolulu and did not know when he would receive his discharge. Oliver Callison and family of Ne braska are expected Wednesday. A number of families in Franklin are ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Parke spent Tuesday evening of last week with the Edwards family. W. A. Shupe and family. Miss Har dy, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jacobs and Ira Thompson spent last Sunday at returned Big Cattle Sale At the Caldwell Sales and Commission # Co's Yards in Caldwell, commencing at 1 o clock Tuesday, Jan. 7 the following described property: ISO Head Cattle 40 -Consisting of— cows from 3 to 5 years old, all good colors. 20 yearling Heifers, all good colors. 15 2-ye«r old heifers. 15 other cattle. 25 calves. Bunch of saddle horses. 2 sets of harness. Wagon. A few work horses. DAN RUBY OWNER J. D. Jones will sell at the same time 1 7-year old Jersey cow, giving 36 lbs. milk. 1 3-year old heifer, giving 16 lbs. milk. 1 2-year old steer. 1 18-mon:hs old steer. 2 18-months old heifers. 1 7-months old Jersey calf. 2 1-month old calvee. 1 3 -months old calf. 1 smooth mouthed mare. 1 farm wagon and one hay truck. 1 McCormick rake. 1 light buggy. A lot of household goods. Monday Jan. 6, is the Regular Traders Day Sale Commencing at 1 p. m. at the Caldwell Com. Cos. Yards, Caldwelj Dan Ruby and Others. DICKENS & MILLER, Aucts CHARLES HOWARD; Clerk the home of Frank Browning. Owen Grim returned home Moscow, Saturday. from ***************** * BRIER ROSE * ***************** W. A. Douglass ha« not been feeling well lately. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland and family spent Christmas at the Geo. Smith home on Maple Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Hummel had as guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty and family of Pleasant Ridge, Miss Elnora Christopher and Miss Kathleen Mar tin. Mr. and Mrs. Crew and family were guests Christmas at the Brown home. Miss Eva Robinson left Monday evening for Shelly where she has ac cepted a position in the public schools. Red Cross sewing will be held at Hümmels every Tuesday. Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Wilson of Nebraska, is visiting her. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Finn and family of Sunny Slope spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shaw. G. G. Runciman and Lawrence Mende were dinner guests at Mrs. Mende's in Midway on New Years. Lee Dougless and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson gave Mrs. W. A. Douglass a very pleasant surprise Christmas day by coming to spend the day with her and bringing their din ner. Mrs. Hoover and Mr. Green field were also guests at the Douglass home. The Greenfield girls who have been spending three weeks with their sister, Mrs. Prevo, have returned to their home. Harvey Mende of Midway helped George Runciman butcher Monday. GOAT MILK N mtm I to Mother"» MUk M llllon« of peo-, pic in Europe 4rlnkgoat'f Bilk all their When ttktl k foods fall try kCw«"»milk |k-tillemit W «st IS WIDEMAXN'S COAT BU LABORATORIES Mkituati rki.ih.iflh * '—* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST LOST—Third Liberty Loan $50.00 bond, No. 9898850. Finder please re turn to W. L- Gibbon at Caldwell Commercial Bank. 12-20 1-3 FOE SALE FOR SALE OK TRADE—Lots 7 and 8, block 28, Dorman's Addition, Arthur street, worth $600.00; Lots 11 and 12, block 84, Original Caldwell, Albany street, worth $250.00; Lots 19 20 and 21, block 30, Original Caldwell, Gront street, worth $400. Cash or terms, or exchange for Southern Cali fornia property. Make me an offer. E. B. Seaton, 1001 Loma Ave., Long Beach, Calif. 1-3 1-24 TRADE—A few cows and heifers to trade for hay, J. A. Dement. 1-3 FOR SALE—One Dodge touring car, first class condition. Priced right. Terms to responsible people. Box 54, Caldwell, Idaho. 1*3 FOR SALE—Brown overcoat, good as new, only been worn several times. Weaver the tailor. 12-27tf FOR SALE—One registered Hol stein bull. J. A. Van Cleff, Wilder. 12-27tf FOR SALE—Fine pure bred Poland-China gilts. Bertha Living ston-Reavis, Phone 404R. FOR SALE—Two fine lots on Main street of Notus, Idaho, for sale cheap for cash. Write to the «wner, Axel Almquist. Murdock, Minn. 12-20 1-24 FOR SALE—Fresh cows and some that will be fresh soon. Time if de sired. D. G. Ruby, Caldwell. 12-6tf FOR SALE—Hay scales, Jackson fork, 75 feet steel track, 120 feet wire cable. See P. E. Engel. 12-1 3tf FOR SALE—Corn; also brood sows. Ole E. Larson, Phone 243 R 1. ll-8tf WANTED WANTED—To leave good land in vicinity of Caldwell or Nampa. Gen eral farming, beet land or dairy. Write me stating locality and terms. Ad dress W. J. Hawkins, Wheatland, Wyo„ Route 2. 12-27 1-10 POULTRY AND EGGS WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY Wm. March pays the highest cash price for poultry and eggs. Arthur St.. Phone 329 I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE murphy^BARGÂHÎS 5 acres good land on edge of Cald well, $1000.00. Trems half cash. 8 acres near Middleton, improved with 5 room house, fruit, alfalfa and pasture. Good land and paid water right $1750. Terms, half cash. Beautiful 20 acres near Caldwell. Well improved with good house, barn, and outbuildings. Smooth level land. Pioneer water. $6250. Terms $2000 cash, and $500 per year. Highly developed 40 near Boise. Swell improvements, an 8 room mod ern house, large barn, granary, ice house, Kewane water system, and fruit. Paid up water right. On im proved road. $200 per acre. Terms $2000 cash. See us for bargains in farms and city property. ' A. L. MURPHY Caldwell, Idaho. FOR SALE—Relinquishment for sale or trade for small place near Caldwell. Good house, barn, chicken INTERURBAN TIME TABLE Boise Valley Traction Company NORTHERN DIVISION Leave Caldwell for Middleton, Star, Eagl e and Boise: 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:30 a. m. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 9:30 p. m. SOUTHERN DIVISION Leave Caldwell for Nampa, Meridian and Boise: 6:55, 8:23, 10:23 a. m. 12:23, 2:23, 4:23, 5:23, 8:23, 10 :23 p. m. Subject to change without notice. MARBLE FRONT * Fisher Bros, of Fagle and J. W. Cramer of Ola, bought seven head of registered Hereford cattel from James T. Bales last week. L. S. McElwain and family spent Christmas with J. W. De Geer's of Nampa. Miss Helen Maus of Boise is visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Dille this week. George Mason and family and Oli ver Mason spent Saturday evening at the Elmer Brown home. Messrs. Fred and Harry Rerger were callers at the Bales ranch. Fred is home on a furlough from Camp Lewis and is visiting friends and rela tives Harry has just been discharged from the naval training camp at Seattle. Emery Corn spent Wednesday after noon of last week visiting Myerl Reck John Feldhusen of the S. A. T. C at Corvallis, Ore., visited in the L. S Dille home Saturday. Miss Neta Smith of Nanipa spent the week end with Miss F.thel Rules. S. P. Corn made a business trip to Boise on Saturday last week. Bruce McElwain is home from HANNA BARGAINS 320 acres near Cambridge to trade for land here, practically all can be farmed, some good timber. Creek runs through place. 80 acres close to school and church, 50 acres under water, some good al falfa, small improvements, liberal terms. Price $5,000.00. Have another 80 acre ranch, well lo cated, in cultivation, fair improve ments, best of soil, R. F. D. and tele phone. This is O. K. stuff. Liberal terms. Price $8,000.00. 7 room house, three lots, on the Boultevard, wlell' (located, plenty of shade, cement sidewalk This is a bargain and worth more money, but for quick sale can sel lthis house for $1550.00. 5 room bungalow, two lots, close in, modern except heat, nice lawn and shade, cement walk, garage. You can't build the house for the money. Price only $2200.00. $500.00 will handle this bargain. If you are looking for a home in Caldwell, come and see me. I have just what you want. If you want a ranch in Canyon county I have just what you want. If you want a ranch anywhere in the United States I can line you up with »someone that knows the country. Come and see me. H. D. HANNA. The Home Finder. DENTISTS Dr. E. E. Dutton, Dentist, Western National Bank Bldg., Phone 155. 4-18 LAWYERS CURTIS HAYDON, ATTORNEY it-Law, General law practice. Office 15 Union block, Caldwell, Idaho. - SCATTERDAY & VAN DUYN. R. B. Scatterday, O. M. Van Duyn, Attorneys-at-Law, general law prac tice, Little bjock, Caldwell, Idaho. ALFRED F. STONE, ATTOR ney-at-Law. Office in Little block, Caldwell, Idaho. THOMPSON & B1CKNELL, AT torneys-at-Law. Offices Commercial Bank Building, Caldwell, Idaho. WELL DRILLERS Well Drilling—10 years experience in the oil field. Satisfaction guaran teed. Charlton Bros., Phone 259 & 3. Caldwell, Idaho. 5-18tt VETERINARIANS j. h. Mclaughlin, veterin ary Surgeon and Dentist. Hospital 5th and Main. Office Phone 23-J. Residence phone 758. ABSTRACTS CAN\ ON ABSTRACT AND TRUST CO. Established 1892. In corporated 1900. Abstracts, Loans, Insurance, Bonds, General Trust Business. Caldwell, Idaho. CHIROPRACTORS DR. G. F. HUNT, CHIROPRAC tor, office address 1005 Main street. Phone 479. F. G. Boggess Mrs. L. Boggess DRS. BOGGESS All ailments treated. Examination free. Years of experience. Office and residence 404 S. Kimball Ave. Phone 735 j. Camp Lewis on an eight day furlough. Mrs. W. N. Painter was a week end guest of Mrs. Elmer Brown. James Jones, an old time inmate of the county farm and who had become familiar figure in this community, died Friday morning. Mrs. Sheaffer and Mrs. Roy Jones called on Mrs. Kate Getts of Caldwell Monday. Mrs. W. B. Sawyer left Tuesday for Hot Lake, Ore., to spend a month with her daughter who has charge of the surgical hospital of the Hot Lake sanitarium. Mrs. J. F. Mesler visited her son, Floyd and wife, on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer and family were Chirstmas dinner guests at tin Frank Holgate home. Mrs. Bedal has just returned from Parma where she has been nursing her brother and family through an attack of th e influenza. The S. P. Corn family is just recov ering from an attack of influenza. D. C. Goodloe and family spent New Years day with friends in Nanipa. H. W. Adsmond has purchased the T. F. Rridges forty acre tract; con sideration $6000. Mr. Adsmond will begin the erection of a house and make other improvements, preparatory to moving on his farm in the spring.