Meridian l tmes
PebUnhed Each Friday.
f 1.5« per Year: 75- for « Month«.
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witlithc government in th<
of America for the
periotl of the war * • • •
HOW TO VOTE
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wil LIAM t: DohaH tUep.i
Fur t' S, Senator (Hliori Term)
FRANK It ilOOt4|NO (itrp 1
lyr in Congre»'
I», W DAVIS (Hep.)
•r I lent nient Governor
c. r. MtniliF (li.p,)
For MMrmwi » of tftii
FDM Attli G G M l Ff (Rep.)
Fm Attorney GeMcml
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H* 'Ml HT \ HELL (Hep.)
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S HALE
Under and by virtue ot un order of
sei« Issued out of and under the seal
District Court ot the Third
Judicial District at the Stale ot Id
aho iu and for the County ol Ada,
on a jttdgitietil and decree
litre and sale on a Judgment ren
dered and entered in «aid court in an
action pen.Hug tu said court on the
Dh day of October, t»UL in favor
of C. W, Joatyn. Trustee, as plaint
iff. against F L Cavts, Emma Tur
W hile. Il Hoi kberger. C,
ner. F C
\V. Joaiyn aud J B Stocking as Trus
of tlie Five Mile Orchard Pom
pany. Limited, amounting to the sum
of $2863.1)3 with Interest thereon
«nd besides sheriff's fees, expense,
and eonnuisaion of sale as set out in
said writ, said writ reciting the mat
erial parts of «aid Judgment duly at
tested on the 16th day of October,
181$. and to the sheriff
county. Idaho, directed. and to me
Emmttt Pfoat as such sheriff detiv
rred on the 16th day of October.
itt|$. for execution, commanding
and requiring toe
proceed to notice for sale and «<11 the
lands aud ivetulse* and
such sheriff li
aid decree aud by said
writ dire, ted to >»e sold and
nidi sais to tin* sal- 111
«aid indûment with In
with my fee«
The property thus directed to he
sold Is described in said decree a« fol
low*. lo wit
«I in the Fount y
or Ada. State of Idaho, and particu
larly de«t-ril«*d a« follow», to wit
('itnimenctriR at the Southeast cor
uer of sect ion 6, Township 3 North.
Rangs I East H. M.. and running
t heure west along the so.dlt line of
said section a distance of »eveuty
rod* theme north a distance of
t ho«» o
mrii thonc« h*miUi <
,»f beginning i
rods to the pla<
«ontatuiug thirty-five acres of tarid.i
more or less, tonal
tain water right represented bv cer-j
ttfleate N'tn»i>er 37» for 33 «hare« of
with that cci
the cafStai »unk of the Settler* Can-1
>11 ditches aud ditch right* unto «aid j
l*th day ut Soient
given that on the
iber, 1818. at the;
hour of 3 »'cltx-k in the afternoon of i
that day in front of the front door ofj
Bunt* City. Ada county, Idaho. I wilt
sell at public auction alt and
gular the utougaged premise*
property mentioned aud »I
«aid writ or im» ui
be »officient to ra
plaintiff tor principal, interest. al*'l
fee* »mi costs of suit and
>» of sal»* to llte highest bid
.. , !
F irai publica don. Detoher 23. 181$.
.Sheriff ot Ada Comity, Idaho.
HON. W. E. BORAH
Idaho's Distinguished Citizen us
ually receives the almost unani- •
mous vote of the people of the
Meridian community, of whatever
party or faith. 1 his year is no ex
ception. Let us rally to the support
of Idaho's senior Senator.
Good Record of Congressman Addison T. Smith
harness mid oilier commodities fami
Addison T Smith of Twin Fulls,
Addison T Smith of Twin Fulls,
who tins been renominated for cou
in the primaries without oppo
sition lias actively supported tlv gov
ernment's plans for priqinrudtiöMs and
consistently sustained the (»resident
In all Itis recommendations for the
enact ment of emergency legislation
and ample appropriations for the um
ilud of the war. He Is tin* author
bill, which lias attracted the at
tention of the iettilers of both
1.ranches or congress unit Is strongly
t«commended by Secretary Lane for
enactment next session,
farms for returning
ddter« on re
claimed arid, swamp and cut-over
lands, under th* provisions of which
soldiers ami sailors will have
preference right of employment a
man Smith has been act
lit of prohibition legislation
III» 1 !
living ol a price for wilted,
will encourage ample production und
Uu* furnier« a fuir profit ,H* hi** *
also advocated legislation lo regulate.
.( farm machinery, vehicle,,
J. D. ROBERTSON
<'\\ DIDATE FOIt*ltEI'RESENTATTVE IN THE IDAHO LEGISLATURE
I" 0 ' 1 , ot v rv
'Xi* YD INIIY
WILL xri'RKtT YTE THE VOTE OF THE I'EOIM.K OF
YND IF ELECTED To I'lttC LEGISLATURE WILL BE
FAITH ET L TO THEIR INTERESTS.
RESIDENCE: MEHIDIYV IDAHO.
official Ttine Card of th*
tu iIMF VALLEY TRACTION COMPANY
Iu Effect March I», ItMff.
l«aave Boise for Nampa anil Caldwell, via Meridian:—(I : SU am; 7:10 am.
». t»») »iu; io:..u »tu. 12:00 in: ItSOpui; 3:80 pui; 0:00 i»nt; T:.Ho pm to
Meridian ami McDermoU; !Y:(M) pui: «:«0 pm; H:00 pm; tt:.TO pu»; II pui
Car» l'a»s Meridian for lloise:—B: g! am: 7 : fit an»:
am; 1 1 :42 may 1:12 pm: *2:12 pin;»: 12 pm; 4 «2 pm; 5:12 pro: 0:13
I*m: 7:42 pm; U:I2 pm; 11:42 pm.
Car» Fane Meridian tnr Nampa ami Caldwell:
lt;(>5 am; 12:35 i»m: 2:05 iini; 8;08 pm; 4:05 pm: 5:85 pm.
0:12 am; 10:12
7:05 am; 8:05 am;
» : .13 am ;
7:05 pm: 8:S5 pm: 10.05 pm; H:*l pro.
McDermott Mtubi l-eave Onwtler for McDermott: 8:02 am; 0:82 am:
5:82 pm. aud arrlve at McDermott at 7:28 »in; 0:55 am; 3:55 pm.
l.eaie M<Derui*.tt for Dataller:—7:85 am; 11:20 am; 5:53 pm; and
arrive at OuwUer at MThi am; tl:4t am: 8:14 pru.
•Starts from Merldtuu
tel 1UE11 ID CHANGE WtTUUUT NOTICE.
harness mid oilier commodities
ne lias specialized
ers have to buy,
on tlie enactment of legislation for
the benefit of settlers on tlie public
verni laws of tills
land and lias
character to Ills credit.
He initiated anil carried to a suc
cessful couclimiott legislation provid
ing for the government to luke over
Hi»» King Hill Irrigation Project, for
which $600,odd was appropriated,
saving to Hie settlers their homes
and earnings of years. A Dill which
In, Introduced over a year ago, lias
been made the basis of a systematic
indorsed by the ad
ministration, to encourage private
capital to Invest in Irrigation bonds
project» are constructed!
j by the reclamation
which the Hruneuu. North Side-Mlnl
dokn, Fort Hall and o.hor proposed
irrigation project* will lie
His proto|d' and intelligent at*
tendon to die requests of lit« eonstlt
Und» lias attracted lo hint a large
inn) following regardless of pol
vvho are i 111 created in Ids re ei
DWIGHT M. GBl BEK WHITES
A IM H T FORT WORDEN.
. Mr*. John Gruber, residing near
Meridian« ha» received a letter from
her noil, Dwight, now of fhe 40th Co.
C. A. P. S., Fort Worden, Wash, in
which he «ays:
" I am
oil and feeling great. It
lias not rained situe 1 came inti it is
foggy moat every morning.This morn
ing it forgot t<
! the sun ahone out fine ami nice.
lift and so it stayed
it lifted and,stork,
Wilson boomed out
second intervals all tlu-j
•(lie,Ft. is Just below the main!
guns arid is the most
[ iiortiiern point ot the pectins ilu upon [
js'ije of the no ted is lirtiish Col un-
lilt mul some of t lie old men say i
dint on dear nights you ran see Vle-i
i.orla sixty-five miles away.
fog horn on Ft
c fern. Across on the north
"I had my qualification. curd made'
nit. Friday und was classed
driver in (lie artillery. Will lie assi
gned to the heavy artillery, but I
dont know a thing about wdiere l will
go from herd or when.
"This is unite a large rort, there
Indng about 3,000 men here now, and
some more are coming in soon. We
were up "the hill" yesterday put
ting up tents for them We are in
large wooden barracks just like those
in till flic cantonments, with stoves
in them. But tlie new oomers will
have to use touts for a little while.
"Tills fort is tile largest guarding
Puget sound, and I saw some of the
batteries. They have several 12-inch
disappearing guns and barbettes and
trench mnrtors. Before the war there
were about 50 guns mounted here,
and we can't say how many are here
"At night searchlights sweep
water all the lime and at Ft. Casey
just aeorsB tlie water, it is the same,
so you can see that the kaiser has a
Cut chance of getting in.
"This week our work with the guns
confluences and also our company
lias to stand guard. There are sen
tries everywhere here, -you cant go
very far without being stopped.
"The scenery is very pretty itéré,
with trees everywhere. The guns are
all up on a hill, while the buildings
are down on tlie beach. It is kept
clean and nice just like all army
posts. It; is just about 15 minutes
walk to Port Townsend.
"We are quarantined in our liar
racks for two weeks as usual and
also the whole post is quarantined.
"Out of our brave and galtant com
pany of 100 there were only about
40 out for retreat to-night.. The rest
are in the hospital with colds and
grippe. Fred Gracey went yester
day, lint there Is nothing to lie afraid
of as there are only a few cases of
the real "flu."They spray our throats
every night to prevent sore throat etc.
Will close, hoping to hear from all
soon. Affectionately, Dwight."
Note Fred Gracey mentioned in
the above letter died this w'eek of
influenza, lit* was a Boise boy,Mind
was a very warm friend of Dwight
Gruber, t Ed.
• ff«fr j»f ;
«- id v '
Assessor Wm. A. Kincaid
A County Official Who Has Made
Good and Should be Re-Elected
GET YOUR LAUNDRY READY'.
The Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will
call euch Monday morning for your
j laundry, and return It Friday Rough
dry, 8c a pound,
j and feather ticks thoroughly reno
L. L. GRAY. Proprietor.
MERIDIAN TRANSFER LINK
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
j Light ami Heavy Hauling.
Delivery. Office Phone: 810;
V*. i! n %
w e are going to leave Idaho, w e w ill have a big t lean up sale of farm
at the rant It - miles due south of
I lie Meridian-.
nmihinery ami other |>ro|«*rty,
is the road from the Moreland jdure,
Kuna Highway, on
NOVEMBER tl, UMS,
»'clock, with free Inn"li at noon,
beginning at I
TVV EliVK CHOK E COWS,
ONE Nl'.i X OF RAY MARCH, 5 AND « YltH ODD, WEIGHT 2800 LBS.
HEIFERS AND CALVES
loin MiliK rows-
ONE HO I.STEIN COW, THREE YltH OLD, FRESH THIS MONTH.
ONE HOLSTEIN COW, TWO YRS. OLD. GIVING MILK.
VK OCEK.NBKV COW, SLY YEARS OLD, GIVING MILK.
ONE IE USE Y COW, GIVING MILK.
ONE BLACK .IERHEY HEIFER, BE FRESH DEC. 22.
ON HOLSTEIN HEIFER, BE FRESH DECEMBER I7TH.
TWO HEIFER CALVES
FOFH GOOD SHOATH.
DNK PEERING MOWING MACHINE.
ONE TWO-SECTION HARROW.
ONE WAGON WITH BOX
ONE CHAMPION RAKE
ONE 8TFDKBAKER WAGON
ONE LKVKLER TWO WALKING 1*1,OWS
ONE DERRICK FOLK.
ONE GOLDEN HARVEST SEPARATOR.
TWO TEN GALLON CREAM CANS.
TWO SETS WORK HARNESS
ONE TH HEE-Bl'RNER OIL STOVE
THREE BEDSTEADS AND SPRINGS.
ONE RANGE COOK STOVE.
ONE HEATER STOVE
ONE PATENT CHURN.
TWENTY-FIVE TONS OF FIRST- CLASS ALFALFA HAT.
OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
to Months Time at H per Cent Interest. Usual Conditions.
w. H. REA
COL. E. M.VRSTERK & SON, AUCTIONEERS
AHTJll It FRAZIER, CLERK,
CHARLES F. ARZT & CO.
Flour Mills Concrete
and Millwright Work.
CONSTRUCTION OFFICE AT
Knives and Scissors
will not hold a cutting edge
unless they are made of good
quality steel properly tempered.
And that is' the only kind we
believe in selling.
C. If any of your knives and
scissors are failing to give satis
faction, come to us and let us
show you some that will really
do the work. We have all kinds
of cutlery at prices that mean
Come and See
On the Square" With you
1 1 1 ■ I ■ I ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 i ■ I ' 1 1 1 ' I'T *
HARDWARE I IMPLEMENT CO,
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