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«'astif <*f Thank*
W* wl*h to thank our friends and
good iwvipH* of tho Meridian commun
try tor their Mndncs* during the
Din«'«» and death of our loved one.
Fred Whipple Mm Fred Whipple.
V. R. Geer hart and Faintly
KAISER PLANNED TO
RULE WORLD AFTER
6 MONTHS WARFARE
Thought Theft of Iron and Coal
From France. Land From
Russia, Would Pay Bill
Ftaanit,* world irade domination It j
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s fat me of !
id ilUgrace,
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fill m*k* r
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the Kaiser, *'Wa will]
thou** ml
Russia,
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which we
get I he iron and
Francs fi
msau factor*
will sail th* conquered population of I
and this, betid*» Indemnltl«*, j
« than pay for the war. Bug
1 uoi dare come In, and our j
( fleet* will soon crowd her (
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will mar
land wit
■mi n
from the world trade routes.
"If tbs lulled States d
not
inufactnisis Will get I
Usera ( And we will also take away j
fron» her all South Ameib.au cum- !
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GERMAN GRAVES
GRIM ANSWER
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lieu at, ht» young men, tbs Kaiser I* ;
Loginning to *«* the *uu set on ilia
ta tbi
grave
'«*« me Rhine. Is uow the j
watchword ^ Osnuau cities, j
sari«king tmieaih tin- visitation of ;
ailUd and American airplane bombers j
err «at; "No wore of tUI* barbarity."
•of h
smaileat at hi» »mbit loi
Fach will ]
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Usrsaat*
hoed ta the ghostly
of Gotha and
arise *re
butch«
ZeppsUn victim* lo Loudon and Part*.
The Rhine will he crossed, and
Col**«» and Sei llu will wince be
naath th» »hall» of Allied guns.
'Five mlilteu men la Francs," cries
A erotics. Remember Belgium and
sod tbs war in !•!•"
T* America and her five million
flghtlag men in Franc» will cows th#
greater glory of th» world war Hut
that rod will not bo achieved with
out tho »«critic« ot thousand» of
those lash, nor without the moat
eereeat and united support of tho.-e
of vs at home Where we have gives
«allant effort» to war work here
tofore, we muet thrust our »holder*
deagerately against (b* wheel of war
pro par nd to b» from aow on To no
one peraoa or eta** I« it given to do
a greater share in this war than any
other person or class Each must
thousand!
VVEIQMT RESTS ON
AMERICAN FARMER
Ugoa as ona cl*»« i««ta a greater
re*poaisiblUty tbaa upon the Ameri
can farmer who with hi* wire* and
son* and daughter* roaatitutea
third ot our population
first sad groat responsibility of pro
vldlag food fur the natiou at hum«,
Ivi-d for the fighting men abioad. and
food for ourM
on#*
Hw haa th#
,es in th# buttle Hu#
#»'<: ih#lr civilian population.
England, with million* of an#» ot
tya:ks and huastag ground» converted i
It farm» can only r»l*r crop« la j
feed her people half the year France,
•rory man In uniiorm. and
iy half her Maids overrun by f
a. tea. doe» «van lew
M Stfa her g
os« of acres of new land. A met
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banger »Ul never be an alb to Ger
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to ihe farmer In pa
and stock.
UUUuna of dollar» of Ainerl-1
coining Uu<k I
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hi* future honor!
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JOHN F. HAIltD.
CuMUlier and Proprietor,
• 1.80 p«-r Year; The for fl Month».
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I*tth|lulled Each Friday.
MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES
Wilder
Ira Lane Is the owner of ft brand
new Mat well auto.
Fannie Jones has returned af
vlalt with friends In Nampa.
A VV. Oarrelt was Iti Boise yestor
> oh business.
Frank Denney of Oaykln, Neb , 1»
tutting wllh Harry Tolleth,
Melvin Wood has moved Into the
While houae, near Victory,
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Mrs. Ira K. Lane spent Monday
! with friends near victory.
George Parkin ha» been ill for »év
i ernl days hut Is improving
of j Mr and Mr*. !.. A. Hunger have
of ! returned from a v»»it at Weiser.
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K Knutson made a tondue«» trip
the Long valley roiimry ihla week.
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Mr*. II. T, Cook of Boise was the
of j guest of Mrs Henry Taylor Sunday,
will]
. James Bennett and children
j of Long Valley, are visiting Mrs 0.1C.
Kuulson this week
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of I
Mrs, Robert Van Court was a
j guesi of Mr*. C. H, Ayers near Vle
tory Tuesday.
j c 8 Avers und F L, Records sr*
( cutting ensilage for Hie Knight
brother*.
Ml»* Ethel Sum pie and Miss Flor
I ein e Walt were visiting I» Boise last
venlng.
Mr» Jesse Hedges U'substituting
j for Miss Htakke ut the Meridian high
! school.
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I F W, Magner has secured the posi
! lion of watchman ut the state house
In Bolas.
1 Burton Cox and family have moved
j | 11M , the Grandma Kent house near
; McDerntoil
Born, Monday. Sept. 80th, to Mr,
*.d M rs Noel Wolfe, residing soiilh
j ,. MM i of Meridian, a son
j ^V. L Kendall Is moving Into the
; Kellar property, he recently purehtt»
j tK j the south purl of Meridian. I
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Elmer Sharp was In Merldlau Wed
nesday. Ilit Is now a conductor on the
Boise city street cur Une.
Mrs. H. I*. Ho«* nil Mtss Mable
Baird of Nampa, was visiting Mrs
W. 8 Mateer Hunday.
Mr, und Mrs. John Hudson was cal
led to Gooding Holiday by Ihe serious
Illness of a grandaon.
The Red Cross dinner and W.C.T.C.
quill sale at McDermott Monday,
brought hi about
A well attended meeting of the
I' T. A. was held Wednesduv nfter
itoon at the Grade notion)
Mr and Mrs. Max Milner of Nam
pa. were visiting at (be home of Mr.
amt Mrs. O. E. Krider tnls week.
Frank Hrookhart was in Merldlau
over Sunday, visiting with the home
folks He is uow employed nt Camp
3,, at Plueervllle.
Mr* James Turner and Mrs. Haruh
Turner line returned after a six
weeks visit with relatives .» Missouri
Will Rose has gone to Moscow.
Idaho, where lie will enter the 8.A.
T. C. depart mo.it of the state unl
tergity.
Mrs R. II McNeai was taken to
Ilulse Monday where she underwent
nn operation for appendicitis. She
Is gelling along very favorably.
Mlaa Brice will entertain her das»
or ihe Methodist Sunday school this
evening ul l! o'clock, at her home,
southwest of town
Mr*. Ham Griffith expects to leave
Tuesday for Los Angeles, Calif., cal
led bv the tunes» of her Utile grand
i daughter.
j Miss Blanche Clark. w ho 1» teach
nits of Caldwell, was visiting her par
«ni». Mr and Mr*. J H. Clark Btitt
f day
Ralph Beery and Willis Cato left
; Monday for Moscow, to attend the
j military training school at the state
j unlversiy.
Allen Wilcox Ha* gone to aouthom
Falttornis, where he expects to stay
I for a while, in (he hope of benefit
I Dug his health.
Kdaon Carr, now of Nampa, «it a
Gsltor here Haturday Ho says he hua
[ I net »«Id n band of registered rains
i to I» rancher near Caldwell.
George Tolleth, ot Falrhury. Neb.,
' t* here for a visit with his son Harry.
Mr Tolleth I* looking well andneaya
) lie is always glad to get back to
Idaho.
Arrangements are lielng made by
he local Parent Teacheil Associa
itertain the Burbank Fed- j
oration here Haturday, October iïlh.
i ai the Mettuuiiat church auditorium 1
Attention is called to the big public
sale of L F Abel at the ranch i % !
intles »«qlh of Meridian, next Tuee-j
day Mr Altel plans to move wllh !
Ills family to California and will sell ]
farm stock and machinery i
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leal examination In a few 1
vs »ud If succ»*»»ftil will nrobibiv i
to Krone# a.'ÏTluto JlivlT "
At uiMitt Haturday Victor Erwin
Idwell, and Mias Fearl
Molly Howry, of Merldlau, were uui
' i fed lu marriage by Judge R. H. Dun
lao. at his office in the court house at
j Bols». The couple will make Cald
w«if their home.
Edward L. King, formerly ein
ployed a* cashier of the First Nat
I tonal bank, wfitea from California to
rond hi» copy of the Times to Hun
Franoisco care of the Y. M U A.
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Miss itonlee Htakke, one of
-rs In the Meridian high school
■ft .Sunday for Kansas, to visit with
her. who after a short fur
tli leave for Frame.
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N. Die!», was horn this week on
Ho formerly maided on ft
C.
u visit.
farm northwest of Merldlsn hut more
recently *Iibh heen rondtirung a groc
ery «tore »I 58 Union avenue, Port
land.
Mr Dietz und family expert lo make
l'ortiaiill their permanent home.
He reports a good (rade and
V\ . J. Howell, formerly manager of
the Meridian picture house, and the
Unique at Nampa was visiting friends
here last week.
Mr. Howell Is en
route to Omaha where he I» traveling
advanct
World"
a III he shown In Kansas and Nebras
ka, the coast tour having been com
pleted.
man for an "Eyes of the
The production
com puuv.
Mrs. Joe Curtin has succeeded Miss
Vivian Garrett us English teacher
In the Meridian high school. Miss
Garrett has resigned to accept u posi
tion in the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege at Salem. She has already gone
to aasiime the new positon, and will
soon tie followed by her mother, Mrs.
Garrett, who will make her home
with her daughter during ihn school
term.
W. II. Johns has traded his resi
dence property In the east juirt of
Meridian, for 16 acres of suburban
property at Payette,where he expects
to move with his family In u few
weeks. There Is regret that Mr,
Johns Is to leave the Meridian com
munity, us he Is one of our best cit
izens. He has held positions both
on the school board and the town
board, with satisfaction to the peo
ple, and the family have been prom
inent In social and church work.
BIG FIRE IN MERIDIAN
DESTROYS OLD LANDMARK
At two o'clock Haturday morning,
the old livery barn owned by Dr. M.
Nichter, on Idaho street, east of the
M. K. Church, was discovered to lie
on fire, It originated In the hay in
the loft, and before discovery hud
gained such a headway that nothing
could be done except to save adjoin
ing property. The residence of Ed
Hartman and the barn or W. II.Johns
were only saved by the energetic
work of the volunteer fire company
ami citizens.
The burn was uu old land mark
und was much used In the palmy days
of the horse und buggy. The advent
of the auto lias dcreased the value of
the properly,
town the next day, aim estimated
hl« loss nt 830011, one-third of whicn
was covered by insurance.
Horses were left in Hie barn by
l*rtie« going to the fair Friday, and
It Is thought that careless throwing
of a mulch or cigarette by someone
after taking his horse out of the
barn, set fire to the hay.
J M. Grooms used the barn for his
»tu 11 ton und other stock. Although
he hail the stallion at Ihe fair he had
enough harne«» and other stuff to
make Ills loss $3oo or more.
Dr. Nichter was in
DEATH OF FBED W IIIPI'LE
LAST SATURDAY
Fred Whipple, son of II .11. and
Adetlu II. Whipple, was horn In Nev
enville, Iowa. May 31, 1880, und died
at a Boise hospital. Sept. 29, 1918,
age 38 years, 3 months and 28 days.
He came from Nevanvllle, Iowa, lo
Colorado when u small child. About
12 yeurs ago he came to Idaho,which
has since been his home. May 13,
1909, he wuh united in marriage to
Miss Anlce GeerharL Three children,
with the widow, survives him, ulso
father, brother, and sister, Mrs.
Freely.
About six yeurs ago he accidentally
fell off a cliff, oil the Boise river,
und fractured his spine, uud from
that time on he has been a great suf
ferer, but patient through It all.
lie was a kind husband and father,
and thoughtful of his loved ones to
the lust "He rests from his labors,
and Ills works do follow him.
The funeral took place from the
M. K. church Tuesday afternoon.Rev.
C. A. Quinn, conducting It The re
mains were placed In the I. O. O. F.
cemetery.
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burg. Pa., who have been visiting
With Mr and Mrs. .V V. '
for Portland, Saturnhy evening. They
will visit Seattle, and also California,
before returning to their eustorn
home.
rail man. left
Mertdljtn Naiarrpe Cliurrl» Not4Ml*
Rev. K Hawley Jackson, outgoing
missionary to India, will «peak at
(ho Naxarene church Tuesday «»
enlng, October 8th, Rev. Jackson Is
a very Interesting speaker, Como
and hear him
The life story of Bud Robinson
will be given at the camp meeting at
Nampa at 3 i>. in this Sunday. Hoar
the story of his life.
There will be preaching service at
Meridian Holiday morning
►•'»into of Elizabeth A Jose, deceased,
Notice la hereby given by the un
derslgued Administrator of the Es
täte of Kllxalteth A. Jose, deceased.
to the creditors of and all person«
having claims against the said dec
eased, to exhibit them with the nee
vouchers, within four (4.
m "' llh8 after the first publication of
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[Zu™** ° f A "" StaU * ° f
Xutlvf» I«» i mlhon,
WILLIAM C. DUNBAR.
Adlulusltrator uf the Estate ot Ellz
ubeth A. Jose, Deceased.
Dated October 2, 1918.
Wtlliaiii C. Dunbar, Attorney for Ad
ministrator.
First publication October 4, 1918,
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ANOTHER MERIDIAN HOV
GIVES LIFE FOR IIIH COUNTRY
Wallare Atklnaon, »on of Mr. and
Mr». Joe Atklnaon, residing north
wst of Meridian, died in the aervlcc
at Washington, Ü. ('. according to a
telegram received from the depart
ment Haturday. It ha» been rumored
that hi» death resulted from the pre
vailing influenza,but no official word
to that effect has been received. The
body Is expected to urrive In Merld
lun the last of this weex, when the
funeral »ervlce, to lie held at the
('hrlatlan church in Meridian, will
be announced.
Wallace attended scnool In Morld
ian for several years, tue last year»
being in the high »chuol.
DE ITH IN liOIKK MONDAY
OF JOHN H. ORR
Many friends will regret to leurn
that John H. Orr died at Boise Mon
day,after a lingering Illness, uged 74
years.
plication of diseases,
heen u resident of the Boise valley
for the pust ten years, «and for some
time lived on a farm near Meridian.
He came here from Dennison, Iowa.
Mr. Orr Is survived by a wife and
seven children, W. E. Orr, of Nor
folk, Neb.; IJ. E. Orr of Boise; Mrs.
H. ('. Wilson of Emmett; Mrs. C.W.
Morris of Boise; (1. A. Orr of Wash
ington, D. (!.; Mrs. H. J. Fleischer of
King IT 111, Idaho; and Mfst^ Nellie
Orr, ofWashlngton, D. C. *
The funeral was held Wednesday
afternoon ut 3 o'clock at the Fry &
Hummers chapel in Boise. The ltev.
W. W. Van Dueseti, pastor of the 1st
Methodist church, of which deceased
was u member, officiated. Burial was
ill Morris Hill cemetery.
Death resulted from a com
Mr. Orr had
HA BLAND HAYS BOY8 MAY
BE HOME BY CHRISTMAS.
A letter dated September 9th, re
ceived from Hurlant! Hutcheson by his
mother, Mrs. 8. W. Hutcheson, tells
of his safe arrival In France. He
mentions four other of the draft hoys
who are with him in the 158 infan
try, Carl Knutson, Dave Matlock,
Fred Stotts and Kelly Hopper He
says France Is 1(100 years behind the
United States. They have some fine
horse» there, he says. There are lots
of grapes but little of other fruit. He
thinks the boys will iie back to the
United Slates by Christmas, by the
way the Inins are on the run just
now.
MERIDIAN HAS NEW
YOl'NTEER FIRE COMPANY.
A meeting was held Tuesday night
to reorganize the Meridian volunteer
fire department. John Waggoner wuh
selected as chief; J. D. Robertson as
assistant chief; and Earl Gilbert as
treasurer
The hydrant crew will
consist of George Swimlorman, Mr.
Westerhetm, Wm Moreland and Geo.
W. Silcox. The uozzlemen will lie:
Amos Whlteley and Ira Voorhees,
foremen, Jus. Mitchell, Will Howry,
Joe Duree, Earl Gilbert, M. l.elnin
ger. Meetings will be held the first
und third Thursday evenings of each
month.
Full blood Rhode Islund roosters
for sale. These can be had for the
next 10 days. V. Richardson.
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MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
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FOR THE FALL 8EA80N. IN SUITE OF THE RESTRICTED MARKET
CONDITION'S, WE HAVE SPARED NO TIME IN THE SELECTION OF
STANDARD MATERIALS AND THE PERFECTION OF VALVES.
QUALITY IS THE FEATURE OF THE "TOGGERY,*'
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1017 MAIN STREET,
BOISE.
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Each bond a step toward victory.
The Bank will open each day at 9: 00 a. in, and close at 4:00 p. m.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
•First National Bank oi Meridian
"The Bank of Service.'
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WE BUY YOUR WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN AND
PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
OFFICE ON STATE HIGHWAY, AT BIG CEMENT
ELEVATOR.
Nana Miiiino & Elevator Go.
M. M. DAVIDSON, MANAGER.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
Meridian Pressary
MERIDIAN TRANSFER LINE
CLEANING, PRESSING, ALTER
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percy McFarland
Propn
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
J. D. MILLER, PROPR.
Light and Heavy Hauling. Prompt
Delivery. Office Phone: 810;
house 520.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
354, Meridian.
Front Street. Meridian, Idaho.
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