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property mentl»ne«l In and
by «aid writ directed to lie sold apply
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VIERIDIVN, IDAHO
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MERIDIAN NEWS NOTE5
WHlk Hnydtr was tu Bol»* Hat
rdaj.
Joe Curtis who ha* bees III with in
. ! ritt«»»*. I* much I tu proved.
1 ! Mrs. Henry Tayînr wa» lu Boise
I Tuesday.
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I - and Mrs. H. ti. Wilson of Lm
, W "' M ** T * •» M*ridl»n Wednesday.
Bom, Dee. ITth, a daughter to Mr
1 and Mr*. 0. Dillard, of Is tick,
} Mis# Anna Marker of Kogte Is clerk
tug ai Ueatn's bakery.
Mis* Vera Beasley Is visiting her sis
I te» Mr* Ucrl Graham 0! M*lha.
Dana too* arrived horn# Weduea
day from the aviation school at Van
Wash
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Born. Dec. nib, a son to Mr. and
ht. Fred Mower«, 3 mllM north of
Kalgler ha
! from the military training school at
I Stanford uulverslly. •
All the influent** cases are getting
i along OK at'cordlag to the doctors
i and ihcre are no fatalltlea to report
it II Mr Neat la here from Dear
: Plat, and will l»e with hi* family dur
[ ln« the holiday*.
E Ai L&nderPaugh has returned
I from ( 'amp Prémuni where he ha*
been la the »prut-e production dlvls
I Ion of the army,
Mrs t lay lord Shook ha» a position
i Mode store at Boise Mr*. Ed
j Bartlett 1* employed at the same
! store,
Oil* Wall ley and Robin Kreuch" who
have I «-en atehdlng (be Students
I trainlug school al Moscow arrived
I home Thursday.

returned
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I »'barley Onwtier returned Honday
from ('amp Prémuni. California,
where he has been at a military
J training school.
[ Mr Klenk I* remodeling the re*l
I dories he bought of Uny King, and
tt WU * *" *»**• * ****»»' «rvict
uiire when finished.

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lr anff Mr*. Floyd H, Tolleth of
Nampa were visiting relative* Ut
j Meridian Wednesday Mr. Tolleth «*
l»e<'ta to move to the Remington
; ranch near Meridlau noon.
*• **• Blanton. T. M. Hashbarger
and Rev. C. A Quinn wer* In Boise
Tuesday evening lo attend the c.en
euary »er» Ice a( Iba Pirat Methodist
church
Mr*. Emma Garrett who baa been
* lib her daughter Vivian at Pullman.
Wash., ha* arrived In Meridian to
**M'nd the holiday* with her aona,
Arthur and Jack Uarrett.
Those who have muak rat or other
hide« or akin* to sell should notice
the good price* of A. B. Hhubert A Co.
In another column. Tbta 1* a reliable
firm and they pay all the market will
stand.
Clifford Ball and Ada Howry,
daughter of Holly Howry, were mar
red In Bola« one day this week,by thn
probat« judge. They will make their
home near Meridian
Dent ge Kogge baa arrived la Merid
ian and will open tha Ford garage
for bualnem. He will more hto family
here a* soon a* a house can be *ee
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Ira K. Uur who has purchased
the neat cottage of Lee Barb«r, In
in** south pari of town, will move to
Meridian and take po*aeaslon In a
few day*. Mr. and Mrs. Barber are
planning to wove lo Boise.
A lelegrww received this morning
from Harland llutchesou stated that
he had arrived tn the Lotted State«
and was at Lamp Merritt, New Jer
He rtyelved a fleeh wound In
Paul« just 34 hour* before the armis
tice was signed.
Intidhtn Interest», and etpeeta to make
Canyon county hi* home for the rest
of hU natural life
L K Reek came over from R. D. 4
raid well one day this week and made
» deal for the sale of bis Meridian
residence to J. R. Clark for (1S00.
Mr. Reck has disponed of alt bis Mer
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At a meeting of the grade school
imard It w*» decided to give two
weeks for the holiday vacation to
teacher« and puptl*.The school« close
till« Friday. It Is hoped by the hoard
that there will be no influenza when
the aibooi open» again The high
school has been closed tor some Dine
and w ill not open until January 4th
In
Royal Hianton boa resigned a« vtl
tage marshal and street cotnmlsxiou
er. and Allen Beaeley was selected la
hl« place Royal think« the regular
work and watting on tntlueuaa pat
tent* in tarlou* parta of town makes
loo strenuoits an edatence for the
»alary paid and say* be doe* not
rare to be around the flu, nay way.
Lor Hit Caldwell la with th* medical
department staff of the Ifth Infantry
at ram» Hte*>*rt, Va Lorrln write*
that be went over to Hampton Roads
the other day especially to see James
Koller, who waa wounded tn France
and ram# lack to the l*. «. a few
day* ag» He aay* Jam«« ta looking
weil, and James told him be would
! * m Meridian In a few dor*
»t.
Dave Farmer any« there should be
an aieuctetlen of Meridian farmer*
tp Mroopect for a market for clover
**«d next fall, U w# do not wish our
crop u> go begging (or buyers
»all» attvnOoa to the fact that there
was one lone buyer on th# Meridian
market this year, a gentleman repro
»»enting a Portland eeed house This
la hardly enough competition to
make business brisk.
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Reopening
Jt NT TO LET YOU KNOW WE ARE
HI RE AND WILL RE OFEN DIR
UI NUN EMM MONDAY MORNING AT
THE trlJO M>RD GARAGE. MERRY
« MKIBTM.AN TO ALL.
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HtMIGE MOTOR ID.
WRVH'KH NtNDAY AT THU
METHOD1BT CHURCH.
Owing to (ha prevalence of the in
fluenza no Christ max program will
m* «Ivan this year. Hot at the close
if the Monday school
Sunday
morning all the mem hers of the 81111
lay school will he given a uh « treat.
The pastor will occupy the pulpit
both morning and evening. Morning
subject "A World Sovereign." Kven
tng "The Uplifted Christ."
Cpaorib League at H.4.' p. m
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CHTMBTl.AN ( HI »ten.
Bible school lo a. at,
Preaching 11 nm and 7.30
Christian Endeavor 4.30
All service» to begin ou time.
pm.
p. in
Morning »rrmnn: ' Halt and Light."
Christmas wilt be ohseiveil Oils Hun
day. A short program will be given
ai the evening service, and the pastor
will pre»eh
a sertnonette »nibble
to the occasion. You are inviled.
CARMAN 13. MELL, Pastor
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Influenza Preventative
-GET A BOTTLE OF
DOBELLS' SOLUTION
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Th& WUeox Pharmacy
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HEALING WOUNDS OF WAR
BIGGEST JOB OF RED CROSS
8r*kfn Htmes tnd Wen Wust Be Rebuilt—Re-education
•f Disabled Soldiers for Future Usefulness.
Thgy ar* *lre*d.v rebuilding Hi* i
broken kwiuv* of Kraut**. And they i
are already rebuilding the broken men. !
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ver here we, too, ar« getting ready
te devote t« (he wine task the beat of |
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Fer each inllltou uf our men who :
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crlppled aa to weed mechanical Hf.plt- ;
•*•*'•»*> •«*« they will have to It« ape
dally edacated le na* the«* an that
the action of the uiiaalug limb* will
be reduplicated as closety as f*04*ll.le
If the Dermaua had had the entree
te certain parts of Kraue« last fall
they wight have aeeu Held* that they
once destroyed yielding their best crop
la year*. And tb*y might have seen
Some of tbeae gelds being reaped by
wen they thought they had done fur.
They were men with varying de
grees of irglesauess and armteasneas.
Howe ran (and repaired) tractor en
gines. Home, with both arms gone
above the elbow*, spaded the ground
with the aid of a clever mechanism
American skill sud gentus.
enter st ilus ten thousand will be so
le which the spade was hooked. One
mau. who at*» had but the •tump of
each arm left, not only used a scythe
hut kept It eharp.
The Red (T*»as I* running a flve
buadred acre farm lo France on which
tbs maluurd sr# taught the use of farm
implement* and the care of domestic |
animals, and Is already laying Its
plan* for great work for the maimed
In this country. The end and aim of j
all Its work will be to fit tuen to re- ;
tura te tbelr own home*, and re-enter,
aa nearly as possible, their former
place In life,
Huuirtlmes the** re-educated men
tab# a far higher place to the com
muotty tbau they occupied before. F'or
Instance» men who have beet» sut oui»
bits mecbaulciaus, and whose legs
were mutilated, have been re-educated
In mechanical drafting. Bridge work- I
H.H.WILK 1 JSTBON
THE WATCH DOCTOR,
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Big Holiday Closing Out Sale
»t. H. MU.H1N80N IB HKLLlND OUT HIB 8TOCK OF JEWELRY AND
OP'FEHN A NIKE UHKIBTMAH LINK OF R1UMMMKB. LAV ALLIE HE'S
RINGM, Mon*VIAN IVORY,
t'ait la and we# the Except louai Low ITire«!
UAMEOB, A BEAUTIFUL LINK.
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Location:
1015 Main St. Boise.
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MIDWINTER TERM BEGINN JANUARY MIL
Only Two Days Vacation—UhrlatBi** and New Year'«—You May Kuusr
Any Day. —Regt» Now!
A good position awaits you. The greatest tyerlod of prosi>erlly this
Country has ever seeu Is Juat ahead of ua.
Htg This*» Will Happen In Idaho Within the Next Few Year«.———
A business education will enable you to grasp the beat oppor
tunities. U will mean «ucceaa to yoa
Writ* for Partlvularx.
I.INK'B HUBINEHM Ctrl. LEGE.
11. Coppe.tge. Mgr. Boise, Idaho M. C. Ilethaut, Principal.
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THKRK'H A SPIRIT OK CHEER
AND GOOD WILL IN EVERY
SURELY, SENSIBLE,
WORTHWRILE GIFTS ARE THE
REST MEDIUMS OF THIS EX
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men have made alrnllar advancea. A
' '»"Sdlan lAechanh* who was malined
?" a " , ' el WHr ' 1 '•»-educated became a
foreman at more than double his for
, uel . ptv R wu* only their seeming
uilaofortunva that opened for these
«ueu the opportunity to secure the edu
their taleuis merited.
The Red tiros* sends out a strong
warning agalnat miataken kindness to
»»m Iu . llue , t lueil whu u , v t!Veu
tmw returning. If, It say*, the public
( «n uutktng Hons of these men.
J It will end by making rliem babies If
employer* hum through rtielr plant
for "suapa" for tltenk wud give them
Jobs that mean little more than hold
lug down «tools ami reminiscing about
their daring deeds, then Indeed we
! shall complete the work of destruction
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for them, maiming inlmla ua wdl ms
bodies.
>Vc. the American people, are going
to he u*ked to spend more time, more
money and energy keeping these men
In the game than It would cost to
merely support and umuse them and
let It go at that. We most make them
special harnesses, actuntly und meta
phorically, find then have patience
while they are getting adjusted to It.
And we must see that they have their
chances ut suitable employment*.
Rut these men are going to Imve
something more than Just marvelous
appliances that will enable them to do
almost any Mud of work. These men's
tremendous sacrifices won t be paid
ba«*k by letting them in on life's work,
but not Its social game,
So they are
going to have Sunday arm* and leg*
aa well as the work-u-day woudera ! A
total with both liuud* gone may, with
perfectly molded Augers, light tils own
cigarette or play cards. And a mjut
with his face *o ravaged that 111* beat
friend could not restrain a shudder
may wear, over the disfigured part, a
maak that la perfect and delicate, a
work of art and science.
* 0n the nde
of good Hlshes floiviug your way at Ynletlme, none are more since««
than ours for your happiness and prosperity.
We wish you a Merry Xmas
and let ns make it the MERRIEST one this old world has ever seen.
First National Bank ot Meridian
Kapital and Bui-plus, $55,000.00.
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