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% % •H ,>; r ,- J h JAM EH P. POPE Assistant Attorney General Candidate for— JUDGE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT Mr. Pope is well qualified for the position of District Judge. He grad uated front the University of Chicago Law School in 1909, was admitted to the bar of Idaho t in same year, has served as Attorney for Boise City, and during tlie last two years as As sistant Attorney General lias handled litany important legal matters for the state. He has been closely associated In Ills work with the Public Utilities Commission and the Supreme Court, and has received the highest com mendation of judges and officials. He received the seeond highest vote at the Primary. There Is more Catarrh In this section Of the country than all other disease, put together, and for years it was sup posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly tailing tv cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine. manufactured by F J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One- Hundred Dollars re ward is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send fot circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. It is the opinion of Dr. E. T. Uiwer, secretary-of the state board of health that tlie Spanish influenza in this state is being held under control, as new outbreaks of the disease are reus frequent and precautionary meas ures are having their effect. (ho e uywifeï| » 789 N. COLE'S Down Draft jtang e Burna Any Fuel Will 3ave you 20 min utes tim- every morning, —breakfast steaming on the table quick. No fires to build—oven ready for biscuit in a jiffy Your back in fuel bills money saved. Wa have Dr ci Je todav a s.vle to oil you. VICKEllH-SlMS HARDWARE CO., MERIDIAN, IDAHO. Notice to Creditor*. Estate of Russell Harris. Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned executor of the last will and testament of Russell Harrte do ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, wiihin four mouths 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 for *üie*t'ransaclïou'of Ute b.fsiUeJof said estate. Dated September 23. 1418. EDWARD F. R HODENBAI 41H. Executor of the last wilt and testa ! mem of Russell Harris, deceased \ WM C. DUNBAR. Attorney tor Ex ecutor. First publication. Sept. 27, 1918. I I an. leaving the farm on Five Mile, and moving to a place near near Meridian. I will sell at public auction at the place 2 mile« east and 2 mile* south of Meridian. 1 mileeast of the Locust House, and 3 miles due south of Yost Station, Grove School, on J.he Interurbar., ou TUKHDAY. 04T0BEB 20, I IHN. beginning at 11 o clock, with free lunch at noon, the folowing property: Head Of t attle. Consisting of: . . 12 Head of High Grade Milk tows.. MOSTLY JERSEY. THEY MOST OC THEM WILL l»E FRESH BEFORE YEAR. AUK GOOD COWS, ALL YOUNG, AND THE KIRKt OF THE ONE JERSEY HI LL, FIVE HEIFERS COMING TWO YEARS 01.1», SEVEN SPRING CALVES. II Head of Horses, Consisting of: ONE BAY TEAM. MAKE AND IIOOILSK, WEIGHT «flot» EACH. MAKE EIGHT YEARS OLD, HORSE SIX YEARS OLD. A WELL .MATCHED TEAM. ONE KLACK MARK, TEN YEARS OLD, WEIGHT HPMI POI NDS. ONE GRAY MARE. SIX YEARS OLD, WEIGHT I4IM» POI NDS. ONE TEAM OF VOl'NG HORSES, THREE YEARS OLD. WELL BROKE, WEIGHT 1300 POUNDS EACH. ONE GRAY KILLEY, COMING THREE YEARS OLD, WEIGHT I loo Lit. ONE KLACK HORSE, COMING THREE YRS OLD, WGHT. 1200 LBS. ONE GOOD SADDLE HORSE, SIX YEARS OLD. TWO YEARLING COLTS, ONE MARE AND ONE HORSE COLT. ONE BROOD SOW. FARM MACHINERY AS I) TOOLS ONE KTCDERAKER WAGON, TIGHT BOX, IN GOOD SHAPE. ONE HAY FRAME. ONE MOWING MACHINE, FIVE FOOT. CUT, IN GOOD SHAPE. ONE JOHN DEERE RIDING PLOW, WITH HOD ATTACHMENT. ONE WALKING PLOW, TWELVE INCH. TWO HETH OF WORK HARN KHK, ONE PRACTICALLY NEW, ONE GOOD OPEN TOP BUGGY, POLK AND SHAFTS. ONE DOUBLE CUTAWAY DISC HARROW. ONE SPIKE TOOTHED HARROW. ONE SIMPLEX CREAM SEPARATOR. SEVERAL TONS OF GOOD ALFALFA HAY. THIRD CUTTING. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. WILL ALSO OFFER ONE HUNDRED TONS OF ENSILAGE, IN' KILO. FIRST CLASS CONDITION. WILL ALSO FURNISH YARD FOR FEEDING. Terms: Nine months time at eight per cent. Usual conditions. SOME MILK CANS, M. Z. Davidson COL. Fl MARSTERS & SON, AUCTIONEERS ART1ICR FRAZIER, CLERK, » 'j v. A W-, £ A* 1 have sold my farm 1 will have a clean up sale of all my farm anil equipment, on my farm two miles west and one mile south of Mer idian, *4 mile south of Ten Mile Crossing, and adjoining the Remington School on stock WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 30, 1018, Commencing at 11 o'clock, witli free lundi at noon. Four Head of Cattle » One sorrel mare, weight 1200 lbs. ONE TEAM OK ROAN GELDINGS Good work horses. ONE BIG SOW, AND SEVEN FINE SHOATS. About thirty tons of Alfalfa Hay. ONE HAY DERRICK, GOOD CONDITION.. A SET OK WORK HARNESS, ALSO TWO SETS OF DRIVING HARNESS. ONE FRUIT SPRAYER, ONE WAGON AND RACK, IN GOOD CONDITION. TWO BUGGIES. ONE DEERING MOWER, PRACTICALLY AS GOOD AS NEW. ONE RAKE, ONE WALKING AND ONE 2 discs OTHER FARM TOOLS AND PLYMOUTH ROCK Lot of Potatoes good as new Two Cultivators RIDING PLOW. and 2 other pi 1 leveler I 1 V. s 1 barrow CHICKENS, DUCKS AND TURKEYS. Also some Apples. -O A. M. SHAY WILL SELL AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE: TWO FIRST-CLASS MILK COWS. ONE DRY COW. FIVE SPRING CALVES. FOUR HORSES, GOOD WORK STOCK. ONE WAGON WITH HAY RACK. A CHOICE LOT OF POTATOES. Ten Month* Time at M per Cent. Usual condition*. TERMS C. E. Becker, OWNER COL. E. MARSTERS * SOS, AUUT10SEERS. ARTHUR FRAZIER, CLERK. Official Time Card of th* BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COMPANY |„ tt teet March 18, 181«. Leave Bol*e for Nampa and Caldwell, via Meridian: |»:iM) am; 10:84» am: 18:00 111 ; 1:80pm: 2:80 pin; 3:80 pm: 4:30 put to Meridian and McDermott; 5:00 pm; 0:80 pm: 8 :(Ml pm; 8:84lpiu; II pm y , * 1 ..... . u . „ f'»" * **"* Meridian for Boise, am; 11:42 sau 1:12 pm; «2:12 pm;*: 12 pm; 4:12 pm: 5:12 pm; 8:12 | tuJ . 7:42 pm; 8:12 pm; 11:42 pm. Gar* Pass Meridian for Nampa and Caldwell: — 7 :05 am: 8:05 am; *:**» —; »*:0» «»»I » «*"' «*»" * = *« ■*"" *** I*«*: 7:00 l'" ; P"! «0:03 pm; 41:35 pm. McDermott Btubi Leave Onwller for McDermott: 8:02 am: 0:82 am; 3 ; ,qj pm. *nd arrive at McDermott «1 7:28 am; 8:55 am; 5:55 pm. ! \ : 30 am ; 7:80 am. : 4>2 am: 7:51 am: 8:12 am: 10:12 -7:85 aui ; Leave McDermott for Guiltier: arrive at UuvvUer at 8:00 aiu; 11:44 aui; 0:14 put. 11:20 am; 5:3ii pm; end «Starts from Meridian. 81 BJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. I 1 It The Merciful Man Considereth Mis Beast. »» " U hen the front is an the punkio' .1 ud the fodder's in the shock " | I ; • I heae beautiful line* of Riley"» recall a mental picture of moon and nature's fulfillment They al so convey to the forehanded farmer the bleak winds of winter and the discomfort of drifting snow. Have^rou made provision for THE COMPORT OF YOUR STOCK y for his livestock there is always confronting him the question cf A leaky roof, sides unbattened, a poorly constructed foundation; any or all of these things have a tendency to reduce PROFITS. Comfortable stock is I'Rf)FIT If you lack shel purpling autumn: of the harvest of her generous promise. Aside from the merciful consideration a farmer has DOLLARS AND CENTS ABLE STOCK. ter see — 'A r> vTy E. H. Taylor, o a I kyi ZAÄH0 uJ at once for plans of barns and ll</M stock shelters. Do not put off nee- »Q essary repairs, do it NOW. vL <S> XÂ j IDAHO LL'MBF.R FOR IDAHO PEOPLE ! AT* reuEAC Western Soft P/ne S Dr- C. G. Burt ( C H I II O P R A V T O R : ! ; ! i ■ i Office 3 anil 4 Brand Hotel Building. Corner loth and Idaho Street*. Btd.se, Idaho, Rhone l.'iiä. NO KNIFE NO DRUGS A n & urn i i. gag» Thirty-three cents on every dollar saved—that's mighty good interest on your fuel money. You can realize this remarkable per cent of profit and more with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater , I • j ; ä I ' ' ' in your home—Cole's patented Air-Tight con struction prevents the escape of the valuable gas part of the fuel up the chimney—Cole's Hot Blast Com bustion saves and turns this gas half into heat tor your home. Don't wait longer — place Cole's in your home today. Vickera-Sims Hardware Co. Til MERIDIAN, IDAHO. I ! | ■ I ! 4"t-+ i*+++*+++++4- + +++44+44+4 Farmers get that Grain Insured YOU CANNOT AFFORD YOUR OWN RISK FOR THAT HIGH PRICED GRAIN AND HAY. Arthur Frazier, Insurance ! ; j LIFE SURETY BONDS. FIRE AUTOMOBILE FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS. Auction Sale* Clerk. MERIDIAN, IDAHO Office: First National Hank Build j j ~ I I j j i j > : ; j j j That Dark-haired Chap from Virginia ♦) small chew of Gravely holds its good taste. That's why it lasts so much longer than a big chew of ordinary plug. aays that down South the best people won't chew anything but Real Gravely. They know how it's made —the Gravely way. It costs nothing extra to chew this class of plug. A i ! i It gets further — that 1 astv ye* can get Ike |w4 taste •/ this dost •/ tekacce riflial extra east. PEYTON BRAND Real Gravely Chewing Plug 10$ a pouen-arce/ worth it P 0 GRAVELY TOBACCO CO-. DANVILLE. VA TAKES UP— One grey mare. 1Î rears old. and weight about 14<*0 pounds. So brand or mark. Taken up at my place. 1 mile south and rhree-fourths mite east of Meridian, on August 23.1416. Owner tuay have game by paying charges. A. L. NTCHOLS. iu the Probate t ourt of the County of Ada. State of Idaho. In the matter of the estate of John M Haines, Deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not he Made. Mary S. Haines the Executrix of the estate of John M. Haines, deceased, having filed her petition herein pray ing for an order of sale of a portion of the real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therin set forth. It is therefore ordered by the said court, that all person» interested in the estate of said deceased appear oefore the said Probate Court on Thursday, the 7th day of November. 1416, at lb o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Probate Court, in the County of Ada. to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Ex ecutrix to sell so much of the real es tate of the said deceased as shall be uecessarv. And that a copy of this order fee published at least ou<e a week for not less thau four successive weeks in the Meridian Time* a newspaper printed and published in said Ada County, Idaho, and that said publi cation be completed at least five days prior to said 7th day of November, 1418. R. H. DUNLAP Judge of Probate. Dated October 7, 1418. i First insertion Oct. 11. 1418. i Notice to Creditor*. Bennett. dec Estate of Emma V. eased Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned. T. L. Bennett, admiuistra tor with the will annexed, of the e» tete of Emma V. Bennett, deceased, rate of Emma V. Bennert, deceased io the creditor» of and alt having claims against the said de ceased. to exhibit them with the nec essary vouchers, within 1G months after the first publication of this not ices to the »aid T. L. Bennett, at his office at 10*5 N. 4th street. Boise. Id aho, County of Ada, this being place fixed for the transaction of the businesx of said estate. Dated September 20, 1418. T. L. BENNETT, i Administrator with the will Annexed ■ of the estate of Emma V. Bennett, i deceased. First publication Sept. 27. 1418. person* the \«tkf tu fVerfitorn. Estate of Paul M. Troy, deceased. Notice is kerebv given by the dersigned administrator of the estate of Paul M Troy, deceased. creditors of and all persons having claim* against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vuebens, within 4 months after tb first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at Room No. SG7 Boise City National Bank Building.in Boise City, County of Ada, Stare of Idaho, this being the place fixed tew the transaction of the business oi said estate. Dated Sept. 20. 141*. M. W. WOOD. First publication Sept. 27. 1418. un to tfe«? Administrator Notice to Cmlitor*. . Estate of Elizabeth A. Jo»», deceased Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Administrator of the Es tate of Elizabeth A. Jose, deceases to the creditors of an ö all person? haviug claims against the said dec eased. to exhibit them with the uec essary vouchers, within tour 141 month* after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator at his offices. 321-322 Idaho butid nig. Boise. County of Ada. State of Idaho. WILLIAM 0. Dl'NBAR. Adiutusitrator of the Estate of Eliz abeth A Jose. Deceased Dated October 2. 1418. William C. Dunbar. Attorney for Ad ministrator. First publication October 4. ISIS. Notice to 0reditar*. Estate of Hanon McClellan, dec eased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Jessie McClellan, adtsini* I tratrix of the estaxe of Hanon 5K I Clellan. deseased. to the creditors of j and all persons having claims against j the said deceased, to exhibit them i with the necessary vouchers, wiihin j ten months after the first publica > tion of this notice, to the said Ad : minisratrix at the Probate Court ; Room, in Boise. County of Ada. State j of Idaho, this being the place fixed j for the transaction of the business of j said estate. Dated September 2Ô. 1418 jessie McClellan. Administratrix. First publication Sejjt. 27. 1418. Notice ro Creditor*. Estate of H P. Hausen, deceased Notice is hereby given by (he uu i dersigned administrator of the estate ! of H. P Hanseu. deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vou chers. within (our months after Ute first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at office of J J McCue. 304 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. 14. 14L8. W O. WELTOX. Administrator of tbe Estate of H P. Hansen, deo eased.