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* IF ■ • % » rl t \ i V I j lk ; PCOOli OWltM 1 I aL t j m 5 i Win- ! This is a reproducer of llie do w posier to which subscribers to the | Fourth Liberty Loan are entitled. No AMERICAN Home should \ be without it. ! ! JANIES I*. POPE Assistant Attorney General Candidate for— JUDGE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT Mr. Pope is well Qualified for the position of District Judge. He grad uated from thé University of Chicago Law School in 1909, was admitted toi the bar of Idaho in same year, has served as Attorney for Boise City, and during the last two years as As sistant Attorney General has handled" many Important legal matters for the state. lie has been closely associated in his work .with the Public-Utilities Commission and the Supreme Court, and has received the highest com mendation of judges and officials. He received the second highest vote at the Primary. Boise Valley Realty Co. Is prepared to list your profterty for ■ale or rent. Call und see ilu-in at office, oil Second Street, near First National Bunk, Meridian. If you have a 40 or 80 tit sell, call in and list the same with us. We have buyers for several good AI pieces. We have several residence properties in Meridian for sale. Good bargains and good terms. Do you want to rent yodr farm? List it with us and we will secure a rent er Immediately. We have a big wait ing list. IN THE PROBATE COURT County of Ada, State oT Idaho. In the matter of the estate of Thom as J. Blagg, Deceased. Order to show Cause Why Order of Sale~'of H en 1 tomnte Should Not be Made W. A. Lindsey, the administrator of Ute estate of Thomas J. Blagg, de ceased, having filed his petition herein, praying for an order of sale of the real' estate of said decedent, for thé purposes therein set forth. It is therfore ordered by the said court, that all persons interested in the' estate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Court on Thursday, the 24th day of October, 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Probate Court, at the County Court House in the Coduty or Ada, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said adminis trator to sell so much of the real es tate of the said deceased as shall lie necessary. And that a copy of this published at least once a week not less than four successive weeks in the Meridian Times, a new spa per printed and published in said Ada county, Idaho, and that said publi cation he completed at least five days lfflor to said 24tli day of Geteilter, 1918. Dated, September 1 6 , 1918. Ft. 11. DUNLAP, Probate Judge. irder be for 20-Bt Vulcanizing J. H. Merritt has purchaser! and taken charge of the Vulcanizing Business of C. R. Wallace, and is located In the Odd Fellows building, and will be glad to serve auto owners and all In need of vulcanizing. All work is guaranteed. J. H. MERRmy You Can Stop Th ese Casualties Quickly ! ! The Brutal, BJcc ly Hun will j be (topped when an overwhelm ing American Army lands in France and crushes him—-not be fore. ! The Fourth Liberty Loan is the next step in getting that army across the Atlantic. BUY LIBERTY BONDS DON'T MAKE EXCUSES MAKE SACRIFICES I This ts suggested as a | (Editor: standing feature for display la or | alongside casualty lists.) 1 I. B. LAING CISTERNS, OPEN WELLS, SEPTIC TANKS, PIPE FITTING. PUMPS SET UP AND REPAIRED Shop at Rear of. VVOner's RIack- ; mil It Shop. —-Give Me a Trial.— MERIDIAN, IDAHO. Meridian, Idaho. & |,.H » ' J M ss / / A I V I am leaving the tarnt on Five Mile, and moving- to a place near : ar Meridian. I will sell at public auction at the place 2 miles east and I " miles Boili.il of Meridian, j i loti, o aid 3 'j mile« due south of Yost Station, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, !0IS, ith free lunch at noon, the folowing property: 2 Head of High (trade Milk Cmvs,. 1 mileeast of the Locust Grove School» on the Interurban, ou lieginuBig at 1 ! 'clock, 5 24 Head of Caltle, 'Consisting of: MOSTLY JERSEY. THEY ABE MOST OF THEM Wild. BE FRESH BEFORE i YEAR. GOOI) COWS, ALL YOUNG, AND THE FIRST OF THE ! ONE JERSEY BIT,I„ jl'IU: HEIFERS COMING TWO YEARS OLD, ! SEVEN SPRING CALVES. | | \ Head of Horses, Consisting of: ! ON E n.\ Y TEAM MARE AND HOORSE, WEIGHT 1«0(> EACH. MARE EIGHT YEARS OLD, HOUSE SIN YEARS OLD, A WELL MATCHED ! TEAM. ONK Black mai TEN YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1200 POI NDS. ONE GRAY 'MAKE, SIX YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1400 POUNDS. ONE TEAM OF YOUNG HORSES, THREE YEARS OLD. WELL BROKE, WEIGHT 1300 POUNDS EACH. ONE Gl IV FILLET, COMING THREE YEARS Old), WEIGHT 1400 LB. ONE IÏLA4 K HORSE, COMING THREE YRS OLD, WGHT. 1200 LBS. ONE (ii)OD SADDLE HORSE, SIX YEARS Old). I '' <> » EARLING COLTS, ONE MARE AND ONE HOUSE COLT. ONE BROOD SOW. MACHINERY. ONE HTUDEBAKER WAGON, TIGHT BOX, IN GOOD SHAPE. ONE HAY FRAME. ONE MOWING MACHINE, FIVE FOOT CUT, IN GOOD SHAPE. ONE JOIIX DEERE RIDING PLOW, WITH SOD ATTACHMENT. ONE WALKING PLOW, TWELVE INCH. TWO SETS OF WORK HARNESS, ONE PRACTICALLY NEW, ONE GOOD OPEN- TOP BUGGY, POLE AND SHAFTS. ONE DOUBLE Cl TAW A4 DISC HARROW. ONE SPIKE TOOTHED HARROW. ONE SIMPLEX CREAM SEPARATOR, SEVERAL TONS OF GOOD ALFALFA HAY, THIRD CUTTING. HOME MILK CANS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, .OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. WILL ALSO OFFER ONE HUNDRED TONS OE ENSILAGE, IN SILO. ElltHT CLASS CONDITION. WILL ALSO FURNISH YARD FOR FEEDING. Term eight per mil. U.snal conditions. Nine M. Z. Davidson COL. H. MA UNTERM * SOX, Al'( "JT0XEER.S. _ art/ich erazier, clerk, Big CLEAN - UP SALE Horses Cattle Sheep Hogs I As I have sold nty interest in the . farm . I will ..sell .at. public aiictioa alt tov Bi-ock. : • ferm machinery, at the OPIE FARM, 2 ';. Miles north of Meridian, one mile north of Onwiler Station, on Interurban, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, PUS, Commencing; at I i o'clock, with free lunch at noon, TWENTY-THREE HEAD OE COWS CONSISTING OF: ONE REGISTERED HOLSTEIN COW, SIX YEARS OLD, FRESH OCT 1 ONE HOLSTEIN COW, FOUR YEARS 01,1), FRESH OCTOBER 1. ONE HOLSTEIN COW, FOUR YEARS OLD, FRESH DECEMBER 27. ONE ROAN COW, THREE YEARS OLD, GIVING THREE GALLONS. ONE BLACK JERSEY COW, FIVE YEARS OLI), GIVING TWO GAL LONS, FRESH DECEMBER lltli. on ONE JERSEY COW, SEVEN YEARS OLD. GIVING THREE GAL'S. ONE JERSEY COW, THREE YEARS OLD, FRESH DECEMBER 1ST. ONE EXTRA HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN HEIFER, FRESH IN' FEB'Y. ONE HOLSTEIN COW, EIGHT YES OLD, FRESH IN THIRTY DAYS ONE HOLSTEIN COW, FOUR YEARS OLD, GIVING 3 GALLONS MILK ONE HOLSTEIN COW THREE YR OLD, GIVING 2 55 GALS. MILK. ONE JERSEY COW SEVEN YRS. OLD, (HYING »»* GALLON'S MILK. ONE IIRINDLE COW. SEVEN YRS. OLD, GIVING 215 GALLONS MILK. ONE HOLSTEIN HEIFER, SPRINGING. ONE HOLSTEIN COW, FIVE YEARS OLD, ERES1I IN SIX WEEKS. ONE HOLSTEIN COW, GIVING FOUR GALLON'S OE MILK. ONE COW SEV EN YEARS OLD, Jl'ST FRESH. TWO DRY COWS, FRESH SOON. ONE JERSEY COW, GIVING 4 GALLONS OF MILK. ONE JERSEY COW GIVING 2 GALLON'S OF MILK. FOURTEEN HEAD OF HEIFERS. COMING ONE AND TWO YEARS OLD, FROM EXTRA GOOD COWS. ONE HOLSTEIN BULL, NINE MONTHS OLD, A DANDY. ONE REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL, FOUR YEARS OLD. ONE YEARLING STEER, i ONE STEER, 155 YEARS OLD. TWO SMALL HOLSTEIN HEIFER CALVES, ONE CAN BE Registered. | ONE BLACK HORSE, CHIMING FOUR YEARS OLD, WT. Hot) POUNDS ONE RAY HORSE, COMING FIVE YEARS OLD, WT 1:100 POUNDS. ONE BROWN MARE TWO NICE COLTS : THREE HEAD OF SHEEP. FIFTY FINE LARGE HOGS-ONE SOW WITH S PIGS ONE SOW WITH FOUR PIGS. SEVEN HEAD W EIGHING I ROM FAT GEESE, THREE DOZ. CHICKENS SEVEN WEANED 1MGS. 131 TO 221 POUNDS. SEVENTEEN HEAD, AVERAGE WEIGHT IOO POUNDS.' ! FORTY TONS A ONE ENSILAGE. TWENTY-FIVE TONS OF HAY. ! 10(1 POUNDS OF RED CLOV ER SEED. j FARM MACHINERY AND TOOLS s ! ONE WAGON BOX AND RACK ONE BUGGY', AND TONGUE. ONE CASE SULKY PLOW, FOURTEEN INCH. ONE NEW HARROW, ONE GARDEN PROW, ONE SINGLE DISK," ONE WALKING CULTIVATOR, ONE CHAMPION MOWER, ONE DOUBLE CUTAWAY DISK. ONE OLIVER MANURE SPREADER, GOOD AS NEW. ONE NEW GRIM) STONE, I ONE CHAMPION MILK COOLER, ONE ECONOMY SEPARATOR, FOUR II) GAL. AND TWO FIVE-GALLON MILK CANS. | ONE 54 GALLON GAS TANK AND. HEATING STOVE. | . . . WATER TROUGH. 1 ONE SET HEAVY HARNESS. ONE 12-GV !'( ONE FEEDER. TWO SETS SINGLE HARNESS WINCHESTER PUMP GUN. .ONE GOOD SADDLE AND BRIDLE VXD OTHER THINGS—TOO MANY TO SPEAK OF. r| , Rus . ELEVEN MONTHS TIME AT EIGHT PER CENT. USUAL HARRY J. OPIE CONDITIONS. \ ; Col. Marsters * Son, Auctioneers. ARTHUR FRAZIER, CLERK. BIG DISSOLUTION SALE • 0 - \Ve have decided to quit farming and "ill sell at our ranch, on Eagle Island. ;i miles west and Vi mile south of Hagle, on MONDA V, OCTOBER 21, till« 163 Head Cattle 163 31 head Milch S Heifers, 2 yrs old, lie fresh soon.. 30 <, 12 Long Yearling Steers, 22 Heifers, mostly Bed. and Dairy Cows, Mos tly D u ilia ms, il 2-yr-old Sie«-i-s, mostly red red and Spotted. 20 Spring a il Summer Calves. O 2» READ HORSES 4.1 HEAD HOGS In work horses, 1500 to 1 Too pounds 4 young mares, 9 2 and 3-yr old colts 6 brood sows and pigs 38 Spring Slioats, wt 125 pounds. Registered Poland China Boar, 2 vrs 300 bu Barley, .350 hu Oats, ushels Seed Rye. 100 ft Large Straw Stack Circle woo'd Saw and Frame 6 doz White Leghorn Hens. t! Doz. Spring Chickens. -O COMPLETE OUTFIT OF BEST FARM ME NTS. 1 lip Gas Engine, 12-hp Stover En-gine. No. 11 Silo Cutter, and Blower, No. 7 Diamond Grain Grinder, No. 17 DeLaval Separator, John Deere Manure Spreader. McCormick Corn Hinder, Me Cormick Mower, McCor-miek Binder, Plows, discs, harrows, levelers, drills, cultivators, Fresno Slip Scraper, harness, saddles, garden tools, feed tanks, complete. Complete Household Furniture, C arpets, Ete. Other Articles. MACHINERY AND 1MPLE wagons, feed and racks, hay derrick all rack. Sale to Commence at 10 o'clock. Free Lunch at Noon. Terms Sums of $10 anil under,cash Over $10 12 mos. at 8 per cl interest John Rader & Co., Owners. COL. E. MARSTERS & SON, AUCTIONEERS E. K. ElKKAN, CLERK Big sr-.- nr? C - Mi Auction Sale ! At Hagle, Tuesday, October 22, 1918, MpJrry m • _ : t <: i 1 *&£-*£_ -COMMENCING AT NOON— 10 head of Beef and Dairy Cattle I DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: t) ' n o mu - t api e 2 Red Cows, 2 and 4 yrs old, 1 Reil Heifer, 2 yrs old, 1 Jersey Heifer IS months old it Holstein Steers, yearlings. 1 Red Onu with Calf, 7 years old, 1 Guernsey heifer, 2 yrs old, I Holstein Heifer is months old It) Red Steers, yearlings S Calves, 2 months to to mos. old. is, X yrs rid. ELEVEN HEAD. OF HORSES A N I) MILES. 1 Gray saddle horse. 4 y old. wt 1200 1 5-yr old mare, wt 1400 II,«. 4yr, wt 2 200. 1 Bay saddle horse, 5 ys.old wt 1100 1 bay colt, 2 years old. l span work horses, bay* roan,2600 1 span mules, brown. 1 bay mare 5 yrs old, wt 1300 lbs 1 black colt, 3 yr old, wt 1300 l brown mare, wt 1200 pounds. FA KM MAC TII.N FRY l harrow, 2 plows, 1 riding attachment for plow. chard 1 disc, 1 light wagon. Other articles too numerous to m ention. 1 corn planter, 1 or Charles M. Wilmot, Farl Wilmot, OWNERS. E. Marsters *■ Son, Auctioneers. Col. E. H. I T K KAN, CLERK. r*e44e4ii<eeeeif4444"f4i^.44i*»e4 *.*•+ *+ +++++**+♦++4 : Farmers get that Grain Insured i i ' ; Vol* CANNOT AFFORD VO I'It OWN RISK FOR THAT HIGH l*KI( FD GRAIN AND IIAV. # 4 * t t t Arthur Frazier, Insurance 1 I | LIKE SURETY BONDS. - FIRE-AUTOMOBILE FIRST MORTGAGE LOAN'S. t : Auction Sales Clerk. Office: First National Itank Build MERIDIAN, IDAHO : • \ Some Satisfying Chew ! % Break two or three little squares off the plug of Real Gravely. It's a small chew — tastes better and stays with you longer than your big chew of ordin ary plug. That's why it costs nothing extra to chew Real Gravely —the best chewing plug in the world. It goes further — that's why you can get the good taste of this class of tobac co without extra cost. PEYTON BRAND 10$ a poucir-anc/ worth ^ ^ P O GRAVELY TOBACCO CO.. DANVILLE VA I TAKEN UP— One Kiev mare, 12 years old, and weight about 1400 pounds. No hrand or mark. Taken up at my place, 1 mile south and three-fourths mile east of Meridian, on A(tgust 23,1918. Owner may have same by paying charges. ■V A. L. NICHOLS. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Henry W. Strieker, Dec eased . Notice is hereby given bv the un dersigned. Anna M. Strieker, admin istratrix of the estate of Henry \V\ Strieker, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhib it them with the necessary vouchers, within 10 months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said Admlnisratrix, at the office of Rich ards *■ Huga. Room 517, Idaho Bldg. Boise. County of Ada, State of Idaho, tills being the place fixed for the transaction oT the business of said es tate. Dated Sept. 11, 19IS. ANNA M. STRICKER, Administratrix of Estate of Henry \V. Strieker. First publication, Sept. 13, 191*. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Emma V. Bennett, dec eased Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, T. L. Bennett, administra tor with file will annexed, of the es tete of Emma V. Bennett, deceased, täte of Emma V. Bennett, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de ceased. to exhibit them with the nec essary vouchers, within 10 months after the first publication of this not ice, to the said T. L. Bennett, at his office at 100 N. 9th street, Boise, Id aho, County of Ada, this lining^ the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated September 20, 1918. T. L. BENNETT. Administrator with the will Annexed of the estate of Emma V. Bennett, deceased. First publication Sept. 27, 1918. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Paul M. Troy, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Paul M. Troy, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary ruchers, within 4 months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at Room No. 307, Boise City National Bank Building,in BoWh City, County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the plaee fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated Sept. 20, 1918. M. W. WOOD, Administrator. First publication Sept. 27, 1918. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Elizabeth A. Jose, deceased. .Notice is hereby given by the un decstgweit»AdmIniKtra;or of the Es tate of Elizabeth A. Jose, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said dec eased, to exhibit them with the nec essary vouchers, within rour months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, at. his offices, 321-3 ing. Boise, County of Ada. State of Idaho. f 4 ) Idaho build WILLIAM C- DUNBAR, Adminsitrater of the Estate of Eliz abeth A. Jose. Deceased. Dated October 2. 1918. William C. Dunbar, Attorney for Ad ministrator. First publication October 4, 1918. Notice In Creditors. Estate of Hatton McClellan, dec eased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Jessie McClellan, adminis tratrix of the estate of Hanon Mc Clellan. deseased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months .after the first publica tion of this notice, to the sail] Ad miuisratrix at the Probate Court Room, in Boise. County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated September 20 , 1918. Jessie McClellan, Administratrix. First, publication Sept. 27, 1918. i ; 4 t t 1 I Notice to Creditors. Estate of H. P. Hausen, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the estate of H. P. Hansey, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vou chers. nithin four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at office of J. J. McCue, 509 Idaho Building, Boise, County of Ada. State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the tran saction of the business of said estate. Daed Sept. 19, 1918. W. O. VVELTOX, Administrator of the Estate of H. P. Hansen, dec eased. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Russell Harris. Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned executor of tile last, will and testament of Russell Harri.--, de ceased. to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the. first publication of this notice, to the said executor, at the office of his attorney. 321 Idaho Building, Boise.County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated September 23. 19IS. EDWARD F RHODENBAUGH, Executor of the last will and testa ment of Russell Harris, deceased. WM. C. DUNBAR, Attorney for Ex ecutor. First publication, Sept. 27, ISIS.