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noth ». o»' mit:Kin x mai.K t mîer a «il by virtu» of nu order i «Ma »««••»«) oat of and tinder the seat of tb» lttotrhst Court of the Thtr, Indicia) JiFirti 1 of it« Ht s t é- of t<i ab» itt and tor Ok* County of Ad«.. »« a Indsiueni »mi decree of fore etrwihr» and »«le rendered tni TOtered in said ««iff «ri the Huh day of Novemf ♦f ct»ra Mb!»« ainsi Ratter A « faultier, Oirdftkf Ftorewre F Wav er, this to f*io: plaintiff and as Eliza bet 1 ne. C as ,[ 1. Wav»». Payette National Hank, el corporation, >' I) fftet» idle In«era id»ti New Company, ©ortHUTktion and »he an known «<* ' afa and étonnant* of lads 2 to 1 •! iaeju«lx». Block 8 , .*«<( all of Hloct 4 Wayne addition to H«»1*e City s defend un is for th« *»im of $S4n f2 With tatterest from date of judgment Mid writ of Mild th* lath «lay of November; tbs sheriff of Ada comity. Idaho dl reeled and to We Knirnltt Bfoat, it »ach sheriff, delivered on the IStl day of Nov this, for «seen!ton commanding and requiring me » auch sheriff to execute the judgnili by tusking the «gfe of the propere men»toned and dl t n fir ttaui In *11 til dt «r** and to apply the proceed* o Xlrti »ate to (he salstactloli of *uo Sadgm-or with tntareaf there, the date of said judgment Th» property ihn* direct««! to tu an id ia described tu aaid decree a. follow*, to-wit tad* .1 to 14 Indu at va. (doch $, and all o( I dock 4 Wayne addition to Boise City, Idaho together with alt and »tngntftr th« tenements, water right«, heredits ment* and aptmrtenanree (hereunto iietonging or In any wise u|>perialt||ng Notice ta hereby gt van that on tin 16tfa day of ItotkMSbfr, lots, at thi hour of 8 o'clock In the afternoon of that day, in front of the front door Of the Ada County Court Mouse, it. Boise City, Ada County. Idaho, 1 will *cll at public auction ull and stngu la» the above described property, ot *0 much thereof as may be autltoiWlt to aatiav the judgment aw set out 1 m aaid writ with Inter**» and nil coat* to the highest bidder in lawful man. re« Hing the mater»« I pari: judgment duty nit*»i«d o tit» 8 . I« *y Dated Nov 23, I>18 EMM ITT PFOHT, Sheriff «»f Ada County, Idaho #fe»4t j TUB« writ K OF MMKKIFP'N !» IFF Unitor and by virtue of an order ot •at« loaned out of and under the seal of th* District Court of the Third Judicial DUtrtct of the State of id who, In and f»r the County of Ada I on a Jutiginent and decree of fort ekwur«, aud aaic rendered and enter *d la »aid court, on the iktb «iuv ot November. 1 b la. in favor of Clara Shinn. *» plaintiff, and against Kmtl j Uobvd and th* unknown owner* and r tone atilt of HK 1» 3 K H M a* defendants tor the »UH» j Of 1*7 tto with interest thereon froln j «toi* of judgment said writ reciting the material pari* of skid Judgment and deer*# duly utteated »« the Htth dav of Novemiier It*Ik. and to the »betid of Ad* count«' Idaho directed aud to me Km mitt Ufoal aa such »her iff delivered t»n the |ltk da) »■tot l»M( tor execution, command taa and requiring me aa Such sheriff 1 i Il T 2 NR dec. iyf Nov to «itev at* the judgment t»y making j th* Mile of the W'iq>ertv mentioned and described tn **ld dee roe and foi apply the : to j decree a» I Ik, T. 2 N I wait of »»»«'h utle lb* Mtiafactton of subi Indem »nt, 1« J be t*re*t and *11 to*»* The property thus «Greeted to •old I* deaertbed in • lotto »h to »»R 8 K *, ,H ft > R H M In \ik Fount y , Idaho together with all amt singular the! h*>r*uil tu ! t»se «mm!» water >fgt»K. mem» and «piuyikensueea thereunto j j Notte* i* hereby given that on thi ! r. »»is* at tos(waging or in anvwia« aptihrtalh 1 » ictb day of D* hour of t o ftocir to th* aftarnoou of that *>f th* Ada c in front of th* front do nty Fourt Mouse in 1 f ftot*» City. Ad* Fount y Idaho, t will •ell *t t*«Mic suctioe »ale *11 and *in ! gular th* above 4***> ril-.-d V* *0 uiurli (hereof proper* may lie suds- j «dm»« to toy Ht» jadgno-m a* wet ont ! f la aatd writ, interim aud *• the highest di tist a •tot( 1 er to tawful mon ») Dated rtd Nov 191$ 2k-4t ttkrrtll or Ads County Idaho ! KMMtTT FKOBT. - -FRF. N ENT-* SPANISH INFLUENZA «I I 8 ING Dobell«» Solution - IXtH (FILE: UY Th* Wilcox Pharmacy - i MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES Mr* 4. McCarthy baa moved from the addition to the Mattock garage i* coin pie »«»<! Saturday | n 4 |j„, ' r to Kails. Mrs Neal Nasi» returned to her j home at I*« rmn Monday after a visit; ■ here st church however, to give ont No services : j ibis Monday I th* ,Serai nr* the M K. ehwreh j The isistor will lot : [ Rev and Mr* .1 8 . C< I M M. Davidson of it »r« and J M Dodd dn and Mr*., top». were vis ionnes of W, It Tuesday.* > j Ratrd J Mn» Msrv French lis» received j word »I» 0.1 her daughters Janie and i j Mildred, win h 1,011 sit have (ipokane, are with the Influenza hut are tunter. Hay I. Dnhertl and Miss Helen McCatltgter of Meridian were mar at 5,30 o'clock by Judge George Rust at. Ills office In the Pound Ini tiding, Boise ried Tuesday event Cartiest Arthur, Infant »on of Is aac Painter, residing six miles south of Meridian, tiled Nov. A months and 18 days, wo» held Wednesday afternoon, Itev A. tjulltn othclatiug fifth, aged Tim funeral V The family of W. H. Rea announce M« public auction in another col '*•( to move to liar The kill remain They umn. risen. Arkansas, in a few days. sou, Gordon, however, here Thoac are reported ill with what Is classed a* Influenza include Mrs. Albe Frazier. Mr und Mrs. Win Howry and 1 Mr» Roy Howry, and Mr. anil Mrs. Rubin Howry. Also th«; baby daugh ter of Mr and Mr* Fee Barber. who children. Mr. and Meridian'» quota for the United War dlrve was $(> neo This Is for the Meridian sector, wliteh includes the school district. No. 33.After counting Up this week tt was found that» the Tor had exceeded Its quota by »241» * D, Milter, the clenuer, hus ro t Mod from Boise, ami can be found | 81,1« pinch W huslneas on Broad- ' *ay, ready to wait oh his customers Judge H II Dunlap and daughters md Ada. «tore visit ora in Mertd J lit ton Sunday. Mr- I J Caldwell bus received word from her »on Fozrtn, who has been «I CtMUp Mills. N. V . that the 8 th regiment, of which he 1 » a MMMtl haa been trausferreil to New Va,, bead«!»tarter*. He predict* that the hoy» will he mpe tered out at a not distant date. The *,er. port New*, y-vearold son of Q tl Stan field. residing a mile north of town, met with a painful accident Tuesday. The father wa* driving post* and the *011 was watching him when the «led»« altpfnul ami eaught the little fellow'» thumb. Dr Dutton was called and he amputated the thumb at the flm Joint I fire alarm wa* turned In early Thursday morning from the v'Vcbb grocery attire on Broadway The fire «tixMed from an unknown can*«», ap valls. The through »moke, company was on the fee»« hut did not turn on the water, a* the blaze had been extinguished by hand. paromtly Rodde one of the only damage was The ft: I Frank (Turk, »on-ln-law of M lui t oilette, ha* arrived with his He haa il « from » «ma» Urairte. fpur«'h»»«>d the 8 lrick«*r place, owned] by Fay Uoswtu-Ui. tour mile* south-j , '" ls! ** f Meridian The 1 ! i for the *>8 acres. Mr t lurk says there] arc some other -Fainas Ururt« rest -1 was $ti5tl(t the winters are too long! to the Meridian den«* who will up smntrv as * and cold on t he pratrt*. Fay Bos -1 bvb hi* family toj tiHand* to J Boise Rev, F K, Mell arrived this w and will take charg* of the Christian church Itts good rep t » as k I of the pastorate 1 »Ra Itou preceded hit» here, a* he of wait gel tots whi meet lugs if the p held sc ue .4cWul 111 1 croitan He to a single S »mi sister h»« urge of the partwm- i at year to mother j ! i». veil to tak Mr Vtory F »euch, from Blue Vai-. 1 » 18 turkeys Wednes aud r« v«h! a cb<H*l rrU>* waa : ot $T<S.; for th«*n Th* ml ■ thau last year. She a ta 1 Ï duck« tor which »he good reach to or more »»rangttt in received th* each Mr» f thi* poultry hut they fed on thi farm afforded, and rece wheat and grain where price of night no f $1.08 fed tor ! raug»» j ved at . t be fattening fro chaff Hi rob ill* had I .<*)'»» done. around the Kt&t'ka i 'vT Mr«, 0. E. Fash «ho ha* r*»W«*<l on bur farm u »»Re nurthamtl of i Mi-rMimi for the past two years, left ! (hto week for Cascade, Malm, where ; «he baa property interest* Sire owns » hotel there and experts to isondnet , h! c«tabltohmei)i this winter Hite has rented h«r farm near Meridian MU F ('anus. to Those who have no received their Is lulls for the soldier boy* Christmas taise» may have same by applying to Fenton, as she has re reived « supply. Cartons for packing III-.gift* are at the postofflce. Time has Mrs J A jf-eeii extended for mailing package* "overses»" until Nov 80th. » J. J Hessing, who reside» oil the Stalker place. 3 miles west of town, ia one of the veteran millers of this Igrt of the western country. He was for twelve years fu charge of tin- old flour mill that stood In the west, part •rf Hols«! city, near the river, which burned down in 1895. Mr. Hessing well remembers the prie«, of com modities for the years Just preceding tills d»»t<>. a* follows: Flour «2 tic a sack (by barrel, /un of mill.» Pota toes f* 0 c a hundred; butter 20 c a pound If a market could he found. Beef hind quarter 8 ffe a pound. Helmer Knutson arrived home last week, and Is enjoying a short fur lough He Is an apprentice In the navy, on the V. 8 . S. Medawasku, amt made eight trips "over there." Selmar Is a bright young man and he has some Interesting experiences to relate to his friends. He has enlisted for four years, »0 bus two more y aura yet t«> serve when he «ays he will quit the life of Uncle Hsm and come back to good old Id aho Ills furlough Is short, and he will report at Newport News about the first of Deren» ber. HANCOCK HF.FFN THE MERIDIAN MEAT MARKET. A. F. Hancock has closed a deal will» .1 0, Fietzke. who has been In charge of the Broadway hotel re cently, whereby Mr. take over the Meridian Meat Market. Possession will he given at once. This market was formerly run by Hartman and Others until sold to Earl Gilbert and A. F. Hancock. My. Gilbert disposed of his Interest this »»immer. Mr. Hancock lias made no definite pis ns but feet« he ta entUtod to a He says he Is going fishing, and will later decide what to »to. Fietzke will Ed fwrt PI RFIC PFACEH WIFE NOT OPEN \H WAR ANNOUNCED Twenty cases of Spanish influenza are reported In Meridian, so pub lic places will not he opened Sunday, Nov. 25th. Mayor S. H. Griffiths sit y» it is not thought advisable to lift the ban on public meetings, Schools will not open Monday but at a later date, WANTED, FOR SALE, ETC NOTRE. Will anyone knowing the where about* of Rotiert Mill», lti years old, average height, pal««, »'ather frail looking, dark brown eyes and hair, high forehead, large protruding ear*. Kindly write tils mother, MRS. ELMER SMITH, Midvale, Idaho. FOR SAFE—Two young nutre*, wt 1550 each; two yearling fillies; two weanling colts; one hay derrick, complete;; one fanning mill. IF II .SEHERN, Nampa, Idaho. Telephon«* 192 It F For Salt- IS fine spring laiubs. Mrs. F J. Baretts. K 2.. a half mile sooth and 2 It miles east of Merld * (an. Wanted to Buy. 50 or 75 tons of Hay, near Meridian, ist or3 d cutting, n u(n e 4 t. A K. Estes For Sale 4it acre* of pasture land, at the Gee. F, Edward* ranch on It. It. 2 . Meridian. * For Sale 13 choice calves, good grade, coming yearlings. For aale Isaac Ufost, a half mH« north che» ftB< * » half nilie east of Meridian on .state highway FOR SAFE F«»rty very choice registered tjhrqp «hin ^,^ Kw and 40 Registered Hamp ; also 2t) Hampshire* npf reeordrd, In lots to suit purcharer At) bred tor February lambs L. 8 DUNHAM, hWl Phon« 220. Meridian. ■ Influenza Preventative ■GET \ HOTT1.K OF DOBELLS' SOLUTION YT The Wlloox Pharmacy DKITH THIM WEEK OF , »AMIRI« WIFFIAMMOV Hamuel Williamson, one of the host known citizens of Meridian, died at 11.30 Maturday night, of pneu raonia. a (fed 4 4 years, X uronlhs and 4 days. Deceased was the son of W. C. and Carrie Wtllllamson, and was born In Kansas, March 12. 1874. In April-, 181*2, he came to the Boise valley, which has been his home since. November tl, 1000, he was united in marriage to. Mrs. Marta McCarty. To Ibis union was born three child ren, one dying in infancy. There is always some outstanding trait in ev ery character and In the life of Mr. Williamson it was his love for his home. This was his paradise; here he was seen at his best. Cpon his marriage ho became a father to two sons of his wife Joseph and John McCarty. Ifow well he performed his task Is evidenced by the fact that when they joined the army they were mustered into the service as Joirnph and John Williamson. They said that he had been truly a father to them In every respect and their love was mutual. The news of Ills going will lie a shock to then». For about 14 years Mr. Williamson has belonged to the I. O. O. F. and for about 17 years a member of the W. O. W. To each of these he has been true to his obligations, and faithful to liis trust. About two weeks stricken with ago he was Spanish influenza, which soon developed into pneumonia All that medical skill and kind nurs ing wus done to keep him here, hut to no avail the call of the Reaper was heard and he answered. » Among the last things he ever did on earth was to sing a verse of the old familiar hymn. "Must I lie car ried to the skies on flowery beds of ease, while others fought to win the prize, and sail through troubled seas." He leaves to mourn his loss, be sides the widow, Joseph, John. Clark and Chesney Williamson, His father, who Is at the veterans home at Boise (W. C. Williamson), and two broth ers, Clay and Charley. He also has a step-brother Carl Bates, in Color ado. The funeral took place last Sunday Rev. C. A Quinn and H. B.Powers conducting.The remains were latd at rest in the I. O. O. F. oemetery. afternoon. Car«! of Thanks We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to onr many friends for their kindness and sympathy shown in our sad hours of bereavement, and for the many beautiful flowers given us at the death and burial of our be loved husband and father. (Signed) Mrs, Marla Williamson, Joseph, John, Clark, Chesney Wil liamson. Charley Williamson, broth er, Clay Williamson, brother. SINGEE WAGON FOAD SEED BRINGS $2,908.(17 Nampa Leader Herald: Henry Richards brought Into town Tuesday in all probability the most valuable single wagon load ever brought to this city. It consisted of 7555 lbs of clover seed which was sold for 38 Vie a lb, bringing $2,808. 87. The loud was hauled with one team. In years passed It was deemed worthy of notice when a single load of set'd brought $700 *or $800 but here was a load that brought nearly $3.000. Mr. Richards, counting the hay, received u return «>f over $200 an acre. NEW TIME FARD ON THE OREGON SHORT FINK. The naw train schedule which be came effective on the Short Line June 2,1918. made several changea. as follows; OuttNiund— No. 170 passes Meridian at 1:28 a. m. to connect with Noa. 17, west hound, and 18. east bound.at Nampa No. 176 passes Meridian at 12:06 p. tn. to connect with No. 4, east bound. No. 180 liasses Meridian at 7:06 d. m. to connect with Nos. 5 and 19. west bound, and No. 6 , east bound. No. 174 (pony) passes Meridian at; 7:31 a. m. for Huntingtou (no change. ) Returning from Nampa— No- 171 passes Meridian at 4:32 4 . in. after connecting with train 17, west bound, and 18, east bound. No. 175 pâmes Merjdian at |:17 p. m. aftjur connecting with N«j. 4, east bound. No 17? passes Meridian ft 8:53 p. m after connecting wjth No. 19, «est bound- and No. 6. east hound. No. 173 (pony) passes Meridian at 10.59 a m (no change.) Vulcanizing J. H. Merritt haa purchaaetl aud taken charge of the Vulcanizing Buntneas i of C. K. W allace, and to located in ; the Odd Fellows building, and will be glad to serve auto owners and all in need of y ulcanizing. All work is gunranteetk ,. J. H. MERRITT. « ■ É HEAVY WORK CLOTHES FOR OUTDOOR WEAR -o W F ARK URKUARED TO FURNISH VOIR NEEDS 1\ GOOD WARM GARMFNTS FOR OVTDOOR WKAIt. Vtackluuvvs, price*I from WIKI to $17.50. Hhe«*p lined ( 'oats at $5.98 und $7.25 Stag Hliirts at Heavy lined Vests at $0.50 and $7.50. Corduroy Bants at Moleskin Bants at $5.00 $4.00. $8.50 i , ft i w show vor. -O *• GARRETTS MERIDIAN'S BEST STORK Fourth Issue of BONDS HERE — 1 > THOSE WHORE SUBSCRIPTIONS WERE PAID IN FUFF THROUGH BANK y FIRST CAN GET THEIR BONDS NOW. Not all have paid the twenty per cent installment due Nov. ( 21at. You will do us a favor by attending to this promptly. THE NATION AF The Bank wUl open each day at 9:00 a. m. and close at 4:00 p. m. First National Bank oi Meridian MERIDIAN, IDAHO. "The Rank of Service." m TITÎHDAY, NOV. 2«, 1918, Partition Sale In order to make an equal diviuion of pur personal property we will sell at public auction at the Boone ranch X Vi miles north and a half mile east of Meridian on Electric R. R., on TUESDAY, NOV. 26TH. beginning; at 12 ::!« o'clock: 1015 Model Overland Automobile, ;t Horses, 2 1 'ovys, Machinery, etc. Bay mare 7 yrs old. Bay horse 7 yrs Old. Brown horse 5 yrs old. Holstein Cow 4 yrs old, Holstein calf, 3 Vfc dozen chickens. Mowing machine, spring tooth har row. harrow, disc, Planet Jr. plow, low wheel wagon, Power Spray mac hine, 400 picking boxes, 1900 prune crates, 13 lulls tiptops, 500 to bdl. Set harness. Household goods—Leather dav enport, library table, Morris chair, 3 rocking chairs, Vi<^rola and rec ords. 4 good rugs, 7 small rugs,-din ing room table, buffet, kitchen cab inet, Majestic range, beds and mat tresses. bedding and blankets, wall pictures, cooking utensils. Wilson Heating Stove Writing Desk, Silverware, Six Dining Room t'ltoirs , Dishes, chimvware and many other articles too numerous to mention; About 10 Tons of Hay. # Hewing Machine, Finoleiun Regular Terms. J- S. & Maroaret Boons F. F. TOBIAH, AUCTIONEER. . ARTHUR FRAZIER, ÇFKKK. lAt the Big Concrete Elevato WE HANDLE StOTT'S BEST IVORY WHITE FLOUR AND .NULL FEED. WE HUY YOUR NY HEAT AND OTHER GRAIN AND PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. OFFICE OX STATE HIGHWAY, AT BIG CEMENT ELEVATOR. i ; Nampa Milling & Elevator Go. M. M. DAVIDSON, MANAGER. MERIDIAN, IDAHO.