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Empire Building. Boise. Idaho
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y*
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rtic
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id Ian
good
Knr Trade
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Itghi road wagoi
Mr*
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add re** Merldla
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n
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41, A It thin
nr
hay. near
Fh'.iv
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y,lit *\l.t-;—Two young mare*. «
|,\5<> each: la*« yearling fllli««»; ta- |
weawltag nth»!
r»*Mpt«t«-: ; >•*»*■ fanning o»Ml.
W It JiKHKKN,
Nampa, Idaho
«me hay
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ly
enza
Je«t-ptc **»*■ It« It
j
•! I *0*1
t «alitor*.
A rill*g
Niitlrc i<
tf I'etet
K*i»o
eeaM-il
-
Nolle« I» hereby given
Antonio Artlla*
tiV III«
S
admin
der»i*ne-t
latrator of the «anale of Peter Arrll
Hounic
»
to th<
baril);
creditor!
lagt* «I«» ea*
an*l »II l***r»i
I he »aid *4«
f, f xutn a
i
A
«««*«>«1. to « vhlblt
the!)
* nil
nicher*
with the not»
4 month» after the firs! public*
»»ary
i ft
he «mb! admin
if (be Of»«*e of I |. MeCuc j
lion df this nolle», to
»een
il»
tiding,, Holen, County
of Idaho thh
lac* ft xt«d for the Iran »net In
Id <wtate.
17, 11*18
ANTONIO AHIMiAOK,
hein»
of Ada,
the
lay
of the bi
dneaa
led Noveuit*
II
na«
! M> II
tint tor of (he Estate o
(Muted,
Admit
. •,
F«-ter Arltlag*
Attorney fur Ailtnltil»
80* Idaho lliilldiog.
giving
W,
J J Met I E
imior.
Idaho
ftolae
3 0-31
Notice to t re«IH«ir<
Quint
de
Domina"
Mm
I
i
ht*
>lght
trtim
r»»
I by the ltu
Frank Quintana, admin
the esatate of ikimtng
■«-caned to the creditor* of)
talma a mum
li.it it.«
la hereby
d*
Mil
of
1st rut
-b
q«i
iii» hat!
Uu..
in
old
»■"I
4b« HM «tr.MMMw*
to ay
v«««a*n ai-WH
Ht«» Drat inihllca
liy Hit» «aid »tltuln
wall Ik« HMWamt 1
Il» i mouth* »li
«•< tbl*
tb
ni J J Mtn'uc
Hot»« t'oUMtV
HMai
♦«I Ion
hav*
li.tr al or. »I
Idaho
of A«ia. Slat«
th* |il«>-« ftxod foi
of Ik* h<i*la«aa of >
Itatod No vein iwr 37
b»t I billig ,
if Ida
hi»

r ih« tr«
«Id mfu
, HMh,
FRANK QI'INTANA,
1
I
J if
»Ir«
F.
>r of t
Aduiinh
Quintan«
J J MrCI K, Attar«*
iHk Idaho Uutldlng
Dom»!
for
Hui«*'
t ralur
j for
I
di
I tn
Noth* to i'mllt«*».
f llaHolOfii* ■
th
Elordi.
c*aa«4i
I,« 1 » la rcbv Klvan by th* un I
ilntltil* I
Ni
tout Mai«
the MWdllor» "lithe
liarUdone
L>(
estate
ur
<a*ed. t
Elordi.
and all i«eraon* having
l'*
iltu* agalusl
ihlblt then;
tars, with
ild
■«»**«!.
U» e
with the to-«
I» 4 month*
Ui
ter I he Drat publica
« notice, to the wild admin
of J. J MeCuc
!
. I
County !
being j
aagctlot) In
■ !
lb >ii
a Idaho building. Molsc.
Idaho, thin
for the irai
*•* of said tinu
nl«er 27. I»U
MATEO AKKEOII
Slat
of Ada
A*d
p* th* bualn
la><*4 Noves
] |iy
) a
AdmlnU I
Estate
led
»• Fiord i. d«c«>
3 J MeCt'K, Attorney tor
Idaho Building
H*rt
Hot*«
j
IMMl
(m lit# IVuhair t «»nrl
Hfl tfe* retint > of A4»,
\u »f lb«*
Ittal« uf Mihu
Uf Alt
( A
of
.•a
an- ;
j
!
III
der of said
Far»«*
I« an mi
.th
on th«
uotire fat herebv
»Vetttlw
I hat
lan
V>*dl»'«<U >. the I
W Ihlt. at W
«»id day, al »toe
etnrt,
< ountj
y of I»e* e
I mi uf saoi
he murs house la
Ad« ha» he*» appointed
tor proving
•1
'■ j
ill# If lift#
I place
I Andres
Willi*
the f*ii$
n
J«*l
>, dec«*
f W
apsdieat
Haul
of let
fade«, for
e«*at
gny person lr,s«rented may
and waiMi the antne
»ye 1
t**u
» tsea
1er»
h«f
CHEAP,
ft
GET Y ot'R LAl'NDHY READY
Th* Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will j
rail each Mot
tsundry and return It Friday Rough ;
dry.
'rising lot
uglily retio
tagfhf I
ana
s »tad
L. L OKAY. Proprlator.
m. ii iiiii ii i
MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES
We
!
j Ik
wan In Mrr-jllM
land
i tie
u
iieclally
Keg
glorious
met»
«er
j
j jmi*,« A\<-dm*edav
j
1
Mr and Mr*. C, I, Dutton were In
Lewi* Heike* I* » recent Maine on
rtic Hat of flue mi Merer*.
K t pram« of roi*
id Ian Wednesday
j
W«h*ter of lt«d«e wa
Mr* Georg«
i t vial I or here Friday.
vD'.ted in Holm
Mi»« Alle«' Stall
Saturday
vielt <>r
Ml»« tlrao Whitlock w
n Holm- !a»t Saturday
I
William Du nit and daughter visited
I Hid«- la»« Saturday.
was In Home
>d Turpi
Will*
! Mr*,
j Werttomday
Klatu,
Adam«
F«»rd Waft* ami Fred M
■ r«- visitor» In Nampa Tue»d«y
|
whffch
Will Howry and fam
III with iuflu
■ and Mr*,
who have hecu *«
are much improved
M
SpanlNh
«hl|iped
ly
mid
enza
I !*••
tery.
having
win of Charles william*
««rant I tied at hl» home with
j The «d.lesi
I *0*1 1* *|
tpantsh Influenza
-
S p Halley and little daughter
of lloia« are visiting relative*
J. If.
charge
of
the
lie
in
Hounic
»
manager of the Co
i lp«r*tlve Creamery, wa» a visitor In
dcrldta
A J. Flack
Sanmlitv
j
•if the Navy, who ha*
lending a furlough h«*re with
Hay llowry.
»een *|
il» father Holly Howry, left InmI Frf
lay for New York
Hclmtir Knutson, of the Navy, who
furlough with
na« been «pending
folk«, left for New York this
! M> II l«<
Wf
kee|»
r>k
\|r« Fern Hutche»on went to Mc
Dermott y«>*terditv. to »pend Thank»
giving with her parent*. Mr and Mr*
W, D Parker.
I The young clifld of Sam W«*hh who
i short mie ago fell and dislocated
ht* shoulder, I» getting along
>lght and I» on the road to recovery
trtim his Injury.
he
of)
all
At tin Arthur I'nwAI »al«' of
Uu.. ,»»«•>■» Monday th« oo'»« brought
in avt-ragi! tif ft*«.On* ralf two dnv*
old «old tor Ii0t.no
Ion
M T 1 . 1*1 and Kran««* II. VVaat
hav* Iftki'tt cliarga of th« M«rldl.m
H«« tlieir ad In un
tuurkot.
iithor «otuinn

Mnrlitan hu» ln«fal|ad . two
>«i light*, oh« al »ho rgllroad rroa
1 klug. » bWirk «aal of th« Hhort l.lh«
I «ta.lou, und th* oth*r a b|««k w«M
J if th« tHtwrurhan d«i»«M.
II« w
»Ir«
«
Ira E. laut« ha» *\dd hl»
i t ««Hr Trn MH* tu Floyd TolUHh
j for a «oiialdoration of 1 * 000 .
I atu mov« from t'auyon county ami
4« act«
I tn
Floyd
th

un I tuk« «harg* of hl* naw purchaa«.
I .
Th« Meridian meat market under
"lithe u«u uianagement of l.tat ft AA'wat
t«.|tig liui.rtivt'd Inside with u now
it of white paint, which adds much
th* attractiveness of the »hop
l'* 1
Ui
! All the public Institutions will be
. I open, begliuiinK with this
! ehe flu aeetnlngly being
j wane. Church
In Meridian Hunday ami the school»
! »Ul atari Monday.
Holiday,
the
Ml)
servU-e* will la' held
K $ Fox w ill move hta fam
] |iy to «Cambridge «u$ $» 1 » advert Ist'd
) a publie »al» of farm »l»c$ and tut
I ph-metits toy Friday, Dec. |3th,at the
farm 3 1« miles southeast of Mer j
Rev
-
j UtUti
A.
IMtint ifel* U»ue of the Times
or the death Iroiu tnfluenaaj
» Howry, son of Roily Howry! *
Ht dle«l at noou Thursday. He was
Alt
!$&rtt
( A
of H
■i-verul months ago la the
an- ;
j tuarrted
! daughter of William Howry.
Th* M«-Blr»»v«y imcklng hou«. rec-|
■ eva|a>ratlng and
StJOt) 3&-lb. tavxea of the ;
hat
etitly complet.'d ti
packing of
rtu.«t prune» growu tn thia vicinity |
are of the fancy pack and |
e
saoi
pm
a Rota* wholesale I
proving
signe.1
'■ j irt eoi
Mr ami Mrs C, K Hecker, who
idetl on a farm southwest of Mer- i
entljr, left last week ;
sta'uding a few
Mr Decker will re
> old posttiou In u law olticv
lieh h<> says he to
lor fariulug.
si
idlatt
let
«r
»ye 1 d
in Boise
-Iter I Bird t
sold lit* diutca 41*j
Ria
T
>r li
« a mile west of Meridian . toi
Idaho i
K
will j
Rough ; to Boise and
of Burley,
«er will move bask!
Wylie
Mr. atui Mr* li
Wylie and family j
in at one*. Mr Rl*
ftttlf sale
Mr
ill take p'
retio
In an I
adv
irtlww
other column of thia imper.
tr
ITffllMTI \X C HI H4T4.
We art* non anUiorized liy the local
authorttl«** that the church«» may
attain Sunday If no further de
velopments of influenza arc noted.
Acordlngly the regular service* will
Ik helft Sunday.
ThU will lw* the first meeting of
i-oiign-guilon with the new pastor
land H la ui Keil I tut I ult the m «naher*
tie iireMittu The public ahull receive
u niMI cordial welcome attfl are ea
iieclally Invited
Keg a lu r »er vice* at the usual hour«:
Hilde Mchool |n u til
I'reaehltiK I I am und 7.31) |>m.
I'htlatlun Kndeuvor 8.36 1 ». ni.
t'tnue uud let uu join In u moat
glorious ne rvice Sunday morning, re
met» bering the Thnttknglv|ng I line.
Interesting subject ut the evening
«er vice ul»o.
CARMAN K. MRU.. Fust or.
Advice wa* received here Fridav
morning of the death of Newton
Klatu, a former citizen of Meridian,
whffch occurred at Caldwell from th"
The body wa,«
SpanlNh Influenza
«hl|iped to Meridian for Interment
mid funeral service* were held for
I !*•• deleustul front the local ceme
tery. Saturilay, tlev. C. A. Quinn
having e.harg of the service*.

I
Vulcanizing
J. If. Ylerrltl lia» |iorclia»e«l and taken !
charge of the A tilcaui/.lng llusiiie».*
of C, K. Wallace, and I» located hi !
the thld Fellow» hulldliiK, nn«l will
lie glad to servi* auto owner» and all
in neeil of « tilcanlzlng. All work I» .
guaranteed.
4. H. MERRITT.
Under New Management
Wf Imve pnrt4i«MMl the MeritHan Meat Market <»f A. L. Hanroek an<l will
kee|» on hand a i-holre Hue of FftttKM MKATH home cured hacon and haina
«ty-Hter», and fish.
—fi
We will make ninny Improvement* und intend to have a shop that
he people of Meridian will lie proud of.
LIST £ WEST
»■»X« IttMUTOKH.
IDAHO.
MERIDIAN,
.... .
_ ;
I
«
//j
y
*
our catllk. hors«»,
amt iiiiHoellanoon«
A« w« havo »old our ratu-li wt- will hold a »al«-. of a 11
impleiuent*. and tnachlnery
farm
hog», chickens,
household goods, on
WEDNESDAY. DEI 'E3IIIKR It. I»IH.
vtth a frt.ehmch «fl noon.
beginning »I IS o'clock
uverage of 4.5.
Six Hog».
Two Wagon«, liny Ra«'k an-l lt-*x.
One Walking Flow.
One Darden Cultivator,
Eleven Cow» ami Heiter», testing
Two horse» ami one niai-«*.
Five Dozen CtiVke-n
One Dl»e,
One Harrow,
One Corn Flanter,
Htyy Fork ami A*-ce»»orle».
Two Met* of Hitrtu"*»,
One Charter Oak Range,
AI»>ot 70 ItiiNhel» llarley.
One two-way plow,
One Hay Ikrrlfk,
Plow,
One Alower. One Hay Rake,
One Irrigating
One Single Harm»»»,
t 'ream Separator,
M i»eellattnnis lloo»ehold Io«mIs.
j
lllgliway, ut
Sale will la* liekl a half mile vve»t of Merhlian, on Slat«»
itl»»er Slation, on live linerorhaii car line.
-
T- S- RISSER, Owner.
COI«. K. MARHTKHS ^ .^.Up^ONEERS
\KTIIf It t'RAZIEH. CI.EItK,
*
■HMMU
Fourth Issue of
BONDS HERE
rec-|
the ;
|
|
I
—O—
THOSE WHOSE SI ItSt RIITIONS
WEHE F AID IN KI LL THROIOH
THE FIRST N.ATIONAI. RANK
CAN (JET THEIR RONDS NOW.
Not all have pahl the twenty |>«r
cent InstallineMt slue Nov. !il»l. You
will «ht um a favor Uy attemliug to
I hi* promptly.
who
i
;
few
re
to
The Hank will open rwh day at » mi a. m. and doae at 4:00 p. tn.
41*j
First National Bant 01 Meridian
toi
i
bask!
j
Rl*
MERIDIAN, IDAHU.
'The Dank of Service."
#
an I
Hl KVK §!S HI N MAV AT THF
MinTIOIMMT ( III itm.
The hun on public meeting» being
lifted we will reamne our regular
nervlcea next Sunday morning.
Sunday uchool 10 a. in.
I* til tile Worahlp 11 a. m
Kpworth League 8.30 p.m.
Public worahlp 7.30 p. in.
Mid week service. Thitraday eve'7.30.
We hope to nee everyone In their
place* next Sunday A cordial wel
come to all.
(' A. Quinn. Pastor.
H< IIOOl.N OF ADA rol .NTV
HIM. OPEN NEXT MONDAI
The rural uchool* of Ada county
will reopen Monday. Dec. 2d.
maternent' wa* authorized
day by Dr. Calloway, county i^hysl«
••Ian and »ecrerary of the Ada connly
lioard of health. She ha* made an In
vi-Htigatlon of condition* In the
county and find* hut a Tew case» of
influenza now exi*t* and believe* the
epidemic ha* run It* courue. A* *e<^
retury of the county hoard oX health,
empowered with full power* to act,
*he ha* given her perml**lon to have
the uchool* reopenetl.
This
Wednc*
• Influenza Preventative
I
«ET A BOTTLE OR
! DOBELLS' SOLUTION
!
The Wilcox Pharmacy
.
AT
HEAVY WORK CLOTHES
FOR OUTDOOR WEAR
O
(iOOD
WK ARK PREPARED TO FCKNTSH VO I It NEEDS IN
WARM GARMENTS FOR OITDOOR WKAK.
$fl.5fl to Ml7.BO. '
Sheep lln««t ('<uit » al and $7.25
$5.00
SO.50 and »7.50.
Mackinaw», priced from
Stag Shirt» at
Heavy lined 1>«I* at
Corduroy Fant» at
M«de»kin Fant» at
$4.00.
$$.50
LET I S SHOW vor
O
GARRETTS
MERIDIAN'S BEST STORE
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What Determines Meat and
Live-Stock Prices?
Some stock men still think that Swift &
Company ~ and other big packers—can pay
as little for live-stock as they wish.
Some consumers are still led to believe
that the packers can charge as much for
dressed meat as they wish.
This is not true. These prices are fixed by
a law of human nature as old as human
nature itself—the law of supply and demand.
When more people want meat than there
is meat to be had, the scramble along the line
to get it for them sends prices up. When
there is more meat than there are people who
want it, the scramble all along the line to get
rid of it within a few days, while it is still
fresh, sends prices down.
When prices of meat go up, Swift &
Pompany not only con pay the producer
more, but has to pay him more, or some
pther packer will.
Similarly, when prices recede all down the
line Swift & Company cannot continue to pay
the producer the same prices as before, and
still remain in the packing business.
All the packer can do is to keep the expense
of turning stock into meat at a minimum,
so that the consumer can get as much as
possible for his money, and the producer as
much as possible for his live-stock.
Thanks to its splendid plants, modem
methods, branch houses, car routes, fleet of
refrigerator cars, experience and organization,
Swift & Company is tble to pay for live
cattle 90 per cent of what it receives for beef
and by-products, and to cover expense of
production and distribution, as well as its
profit (a small fraction of a cent per pound),
out of the other 10 per cent.
I
ut
Swift & Company, U. S. A.
m
B
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I At the Big Concrete Klevato
WE HAN DUS SCOTT'S REST IVORY WHITE FLOCR
AND .YIIIiL FEED.
WE 111 Y VOI R WHEAT AND OTHER CRAIN AND
FAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
OFFICE ON STATE HIGHWAY, AT BIG CEMENT
KEKVATOR.
Naiima miiiiiiq & Elevator Go.
M. \f. DAVIDSON. MANAGER.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
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