il «un »«fi 7 3<i pm
Ende« vor #.30 P ni
rfçm ut b«*rt» «b tu»#.
n»d»y-»chn»J i» being «-Il ««•
i for »phmifM Md
i jMW'f(S îo H«tHf Rridf <*»'11"
«tri* thi* Sunday Tln> Vomi*
» H#*« gave a pimwul
ibelr tmittfr. Mr ». •!>•>
rhri»sm«s- night «♦ ft»# W*w *' f
lyfapruMiH^ eh»l»M I«»l
mon vi U.» evening
Mril h Ut Min» • Tît® ff«
t v K.viAS ft. MK1.1
Logan ftrice, residing «aal of Mer
it »Atk Spanish influenza
8KRYU IS SUNDAY AT THK
Ml rHolHsT t ill I« H.
i l*a mi ffifep m A r immnB
»" ft plftr*
here h to tie ftinsiO
r attend a hen «Irk
ng i . rvtee« will he held I
u(.(it until further nothe j
d varus and well lighted j
In rh<- tan
It I» nit*
*t Sunday Morning
if the pausing VI!«« t*»'
r things." ,
Th»'* pastor v ti
am! Jon»» rott»
A man c».û'."tn the office rtMtertiay
and »nid ht* wife had prepare«! the
iwsi Christfwa* dinner h<* h»d ever
clt Joy »'5 , Uni 1 1 e v I v#-(i 1 * he will hav»
forgo» na alt »bout this otic «ml will
tell of «nothm ujCttt- « gré»i
Meridian Geo. An
For Hale 191
lea to $te , Lots It
destin. ¥ arid inn
Lorn- A palt haiunn-r und pnii o'
JlMuch ply or« Dropped Iront unto on
ft»» -tret mew Imre til
idian. Leave at 'lime»
eelte lew ant
o and re
F«*« Suit» Some first cl« n alfalfa
bay. For »1 5 In stack or *18 dellv
J, J. ROW »CRY,
» ouMitMMt of Meridian. I
ttf Locust urove school
it % mb
For Hale T
Addre** P O Bov
». with harne*».
FOR HALL Hay tit »tack or deliv
ered lu any giuynUty deatrsd.On# mil*
uunrter east of Meridian
J p. MOON, Phone 5ft«
FOR HALE The W. O McKtroy
rsnrh at «0 sere« hear Ytefttti 'Station
inches Rldcubaugh water, reanottable
Um«, a per cent Interest
Il E. McELHOY.
Empire Building, Boise. Idaho
tulle» east of Merldlltn. SIxtv
amt 4W Registered Hamp
—-— .... •— *
GET YOUR LAUNDRY HEADY.
The Troy Laundry, of Nampa. wUl
Ul ldt» lO »litt
All bred for Fahrt®
L 8 DUNHAM.
iday mortilug (or youi
rarara R Friday.Rough
vait each M
dry, I« a pound
and feather Utd
L L. OMA Y, Proprietor
Uncle Tom's Cabin
tit MEMBER THE DATE—THIN
sill HDAY, DE« EMBER 2MTH,
».Ml \N Hl Elt LIE W AR UK*
-VIEW I'ltTt RK . - . .
IT Till viKRIDIAN rilEATRE
tDMlwisloN loc end Uffc.
Not he to t redit or«
by the un
of the <M
a the «aid dec
Bit tout months
i tou o> uii» not- i
.usiratrix at the
at 333 Yales j
I tïslîiî i
Sf Ada, Stale j
3 4 5t
. . I
g. Boise, t
o thl» bring Ih*
for the trat
Of said eeitt
i « . I i
* t, '
Estate of W ft. »
Nulte* I* heret y »
signed Clyde E f
umni*r* adininls- !
the créditons or |
T c:*'.ms against
exhibit the* !
he estate of
and all i»orsons ha
she ttgid deceased
to the «aid admlufs
trater at 9Ö« Bannock etraN. Boise,
County of Ada. State of Idaho, thl*
'ring the place fixed for tue Irans»«*.;
tioa of the btrienest of «aid estate.
Dated Decemher 21, !915
CI.TÔ8 L PUMMRR8.
Adimai ..tor of the Estate of W . ft
.lUßttti« r», dev»« ted 31 -it
7 AmAw tm té*
~AB i thm AGod is •
I quarantined with the prevailing m
j j j) i^t n * has been 111 with the nil
but I* much (»etter, and will ROOD be
out of «jm» ran fine.
MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES
Mrs H. J Boyer ami children are
Bora, December 2im, to Mr. auti
Mr V. lllchardfttm, in Meridian, a
Mr. und Mr* J. M. Jackson were lu
Boise Chrlrttmas day. visiting Mr. and
l»on Yost now of Sou Itlego, Cal., 1»
home on a «hört furlough, visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mr». W, N, Yost.
M«m Floy Slant ha» returned from
Corvallis, Oregon, for the holidays,
and b. vPitting her parents, Mr and
Mr-. Elmer K. Slam.
A. C Lasier, living southwest or
Meridian. (Hi the state highway, I«
very III with pneumonia, contracted
after « siege with ths Influenza.
Prof, find Mrs, Neal Nash and
daughter of Parma are spending the
holidays wit It Mrs. Nash'» parents,
Mr »lid Mrs Homer Tolleth.
Hr ajtd Mr». C L. Hutton entertain
ed Weduesda; evening for their sons
Robert anil Jimmie, at » Christmas
Hr. and and Mr». H. F. Neal and
children were In Boise Wednoaday,
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr».
B, F Neal.
Born. December 25lh, to Mr. une
Mrs. Arthur Frazier, In Meridian, a
Thl» I» about the finest Christ
mas present we have heard of this
Mrs. Lucy Mortou and children
were entertained In Boise Christ maw
day at ths home of Mr. and Mrs.
Judge R, II, Dunlap, Ml»» Bess
and Ml«» Ada Dunlap, T. J. Pearce
»nd W. A. Uurchttlter, of Portland,
wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E,
Baird on Cbrlntmas day.
Drew Bea»ley. who Is at Camp John*
«on, Florida, writes hl« parents Mr.
uiul Mr». Allen Ileasley, that he (s all
OK and will be home the 15th of Jan
uary, If »II goes well.
Mr und Mr». L. J. Akers and lit
tle child are spending the holiday*
In Meridian. Mr. Aker w ft govern
ment revenue collector with head
U turners In Portland
C \\ . Stephenson ha« »old his 20
acres near Uisaeit crossing on the lu
terurbati, formerly known u» the
Neal 20. to 11. U. Heator, front north
Idaho, Mr, U es tor la now In Merld
Man and w-IM move out the first of
January. Mr. shepheimon I« looking
for another place, a« he wants to slay
m this community, lie received $275
an acre, or $5.600 for hl» 30.
A nice la-caent received by Mra. Joe
Daly on Christmas morning
letter from her son Of Thurman. In
France, who wrote stating that he
OK. He wrote that be was on
the tiring line when the armistice
wa* signed and at the time of writing
was near Berlin. Of do«« not know
when he will return to the United
State» but I» making plans for his re
turn before long.
Marry <>. Summer», HUI« child of
Mr and Mr*. 1|. f. Hummers- living
two mile* south of Meridian, died
Wednesday morning. December 34th,
of influenza, at the uge of thr«e
months aud 31 day*. The burial wa«
on Thursday afternoon, at the Mor
ris hill cemetery, Rev. C. A. Quinn
officiating. The parent* have the *ym
~, sgRhy of the entire oommualty, in
L. R Lembke and family hate ar
rive«! here from Wilmer, Saskatch
awan. fatiada. and have ptircha»ed
property Just west of the Ander
son furniture store in Meridian. They
are goad people and w e welcome them
to thla community, They were real
dent* of Canada ror several year*,
attracted there by the cheap land,
i but they d eat rod a lees sever« cUmate
specially during the long winter
«»on. m they cam* to Idaho.
Weit» Alger, at»» of O. YV. Alger,
j rt-akLug 3 Yg mile* eaat of Meridian,
(had an expert*»«* Tuesday, He wa*
driving hum« with a team and wagon
i on the «tat* highway, »ad »a# met
1 In a head on euUtstoh with a» au ta.
an Eagle man. The boy.
j r.a«cm aud horses were dumped in a
5t pile at the side of the road, hut Well«
I i» made of the ateruer »tuff, and
! w h»e bruised, «atme up smiling A*
I (ht* german« have found out. over In
I Franc*. It take* a good deal tu knock
I out an Idaho bog.
! Mr. and Mra. 8 W. Muteh**oti rec
rived it triegram from thrir son* Ray.
or | and Harlaud last Saturday, that tk*S
had landed safely In the Vcitod
! Stale« aud expected to be at borne
In the near future.lt wiR'be rc-rilcd
it have seen active service m
! France, and Harlaud wan wounded
j during the last days of the figh*l«|
thl* but I» rccuverit»* nlv»ly. Ray la np|v
a »eaeoned war veteran, having «a-!
Hated in the former Idaho national
guard and bring In the Mexican!
1 scrap, a« welt as two years of active
ft st-rvioe In the present Mgge»t war of!
-it hlator) ,
Th« r>»yli|Brhy^iat»!it S to iv».
NEW YEAR'S CLEARANCE
J \V<* luHiifittrai« dt thl» Um«, to contln ne until December 81, our first New
| >>»r's f'ie* ranee, an event that will In point of value giving »urpas» all
our pervious nun-prlce offer« of this 1818 Kail Season.
The New Year'« t'learanee will Involve every Item In the «tore from a
Kitte Huit or an expensive Gown to the Handsome warm eoata and Lux
ttrloua Kur», Blouse», Skirt» and hundred« of Beautiful Hat.», all marked
at a le»* price than at any previous time.
Many of our fine») coals, I tresse» and Hull» have keen offered at Half
Price I« the I'uat Thirty Days. These unsold article» will be marked at a
lower price for the New Year Clearance.
If a coat was offered ai 2d per cent reduction In the past weeks. It will
now go at a »till greater reduction.
Ever) Garment, Hat, Fur or Blouse, at ft loss price than at any previous
THE KN1TKK HI IT HTOUK AT I.EHH THAN POST Of MATERIAL.
Black Berge Sut», »addlelmg
pocKcta, fancy lined.
Navy Merge suits, braided belt
»atIn lined ...
Gray Vlgaro Berge Suit, fancy
lined ...... i... .
Navy Serge Hull, liraUl trimmed
plulu lining ...
Plum basket cloth suit, fancy
lined . . ...
Myrtle Green Broadcloth Suit
handsomely lined »eat collttr $ B 7. î ) G
Navy Serge Suit, silk velvet col
lar, and «aff«, fancy »ilk lln«d$29.95
Old China Blue Suit, beavfr cloth
collars and cuff» .
Myrtle Green Broadcloth Hull
Hudson seal collars amt ettffH$39.95
Hunter Green Tricolette Suit,
Baffjft seal collar and cuffs $27.Oil
Black broadcloth Suit, Baffin
seal trimming» .
Bammle Brown Velour milt,
Black Serge Suit, button trim
. . $24.95
All uddilloual fall suit» not itemized In the list are offered at ONE
HALF price. Suits for $10 to $25, Every »ult 1918 model.
—OVER TWO HUNDRED COATS AT RIG REDUCTIONS—
All wool conta for $14.95; also velours and idulds. Worth at least ten
to twelve dollars more.
Halt's Fine Plush Coats, 48 Inches long, Fancy silk lined, wide sweep
und fur collars, $3*.On.
Chase Nutru (rimmed, All-wool Coats, large pockets, lined to waist,
for only $8,95.
Coats of finest and liest materials, of the season with luxurious fur
trimmings and handsome silk linings
-Ft>11 gasi.IKt, BO.Oft AND IMt.Off TO gJVLOff.
A saving of ten to thirty dollars aCout.
Every Coat la the Htore »U New Year'» Clearance Price.
NEAR THREE HUNDRED NEW DREHHEH AT NEW YEAR'S CLEAR
All wool sergo Dresses for $7.96.
All 811k Satin Dresses for $7.95.
Twenty-fivo handsome Batin and Silk llresH^s for $18.75,
Choice Models In Georgettes and Satins for $21.95.. ..
Very exclusive models In Satin and combination» of Georgettes and
Crepe for $24.95 and $31.96.
Every Bit« In the Htore at New Year's Clearance l*rlee.
—-————- MILLINERY -TRIMMED HATS —--
The Millinery or Hats have received the most careful attention of any
other Hue in the store -carefully assorted and market! at greater re
ductions than at any previous Underprlciug event. Handsome Hats for
le*s than the post of the shape alont
Over a hundred fine Trimmed Hats In all the new shapes and colors;
also black, navy and brown, choice for $5.00,
One lot of untrimmed velvet shape« $1.25.
Oue lot of Trimmed Hats for $1.95.
Large black velvet and hatter plush sailor, $3.95.
Every hat triptmed or unlrtimned, tl|ts, fancy feather», wings and orna
ment«, #t greater reduction« than at any previous time (his season .
LUXURIOUS H'RS—LESS THAN PRK'L OF SKINS
We cant begin to Itemize every idece npw in stock, there are ko ma^y
of them, but will mention a few of the Scarce Fur* of thp Season:
Taupe Wolf Scarfs, now priced for $26, $37.50. to $47.5ft.
Beaver Muffs, for $35. and $35.
Black Lynx Uoat for $18.50 and (22.50 to $45.00.
Black Siberian Wolf Muffs for $7.50 to $10.00 and $15.00. ....
A tewi black Coney Muff* for $5.09, $0.00 and $8.75. . .
Fancy Nets in the Better Furs at One-Third Betitlet Ion».
NKIRTN AND UMHNK8 AT NEW YEAR'S CLEARANCE FRICKS.
Hklrts for 13.115. Illoust-s for gil.tlff.
ABU 4 XL, INC.
I will sell at public auction In Meridian, two blocks south of Bolse-l'ay
ette Lumber Co, Co. yard. In my cor re), on
MONDAY, DECEMBER do, HUS,
brglnttltm at I o'clock, the following property :
On« 6 yr old snare, weight about 1400 lbs.
with borg« colt by tide, about 7 moi. old
1 block gelding coming 4 yrs old, wt «bout 1300.
1 k«y gelding 9 yrs. old, wt «bout 1400.
1 black gelding, 11 yrs old, wt «bout 1150.
1 bay gelding, 12 yrt, old, wt «bout 1150.
1 Medium »iced cew, 7 yrt old, with c«lf.
.jl d«rk Jersey Cew, 4 ye«rs old.
Shorthorn Yearling Steer.
] « ^ W—J:.. u-lf-.
vgn# f ««Xiing (Tetter.
On« 3la Mlfcbeil Wftgun with h«y r«ck
r\ . 7. _ • i R[ i
m | Une 7 « McUormick Binder
^ Serti Heavy Work Hamera, complet«
i . . 0
1 #*•#!»• n$f^g
«a-! « t e Uf.|L; n . PI««,
j * *"•****■ ** """'"I
of! Anyone hukm $Mk to bring lu v* that day it will he «old. See J.S.Thorii
of BmImn or Vt. L Tiuglej. Merlddau.
W- E TlffGLEY
Navy Poplin Suit, braid trim
Brown Broadcloth Suit, Furtex
collar and euffs
Navy Serge Suit, Phase Nntra
Hunter« Green Broadcloth Suit,
Navy t'hevolt Suit, velvet collar
and cuffs .
Navy Polret Twill Suit, black
velvet collar and cuffs . . . .$41.90
Brown Silver tone, handsome
brocade lining .
Navy Sergo Suit, extra size
black velvet collars and euffs $23.95
Oxford Gray Cheviot Suit, plain
tailored . . .
Navy Broadcloth Suit, heaver
collar, and cuffs, buttons. .$47.95
Burgundy Tricolette Suit. Hud
son »eal collar . . .
Oxford Gray Cheviot
Navy Serge, halted model suit
. . . $33.95
. . . . $39.95
WE WISH YOU ALL
A Happy New Year
THE WATCH DOCTOR,
Big Holiday Closing Out Sale
It. H. WILKINSON IS SELLING OUT HIS STOCK OF JEWELRY AND
OFFERS A MCE CHRISTMAS LINE OF BROOCHES, LAVALLIERE'S
RINGS, PERUVIAN IVORY,
Call In and set* the Exceptional Low Price»!
CAMEOS, A BEAUTIFUL LINE.
Location: 1015 Main St. Boise.
MIDWINTER TERM BEGINS JANUARY 2D.
Only Two Day« Vacation—Christmas and New Year's—You May Enter
A good position awaits you. The greatest ijerlod of prosperity this
Country has ever seen Is just ahead of us.
Big Things Will Happen In Idaho Within the Next Few Years.
A business education will euable you
tunlties. It will mean success to you.
Write for Particulars.
to grasp the best oppor
LI.NK'H BUSINESS COLLEGE,
W. H. Coppedge, Mgr. Boise, Idaho. B. C. Betham, Principal.
Under Government inspection
Our Depositor's Protection
First National Bank oi Meridian
Capital and Surplus, $55,000.00.
We Jf/sA Y ou a
^yïappij w New Wear .•
E. H. Taylor,
Western Soft Pns
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