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e O U !! T K V W A S T K I» I pay market price. Bring me youi poullrv or lei me know and 1 will JULIAN TPCKEH. H. F. it 2. Box 4. one mile south and a halt mile Meridian. a st STHAYF.D- From T W. Potters ranch (formerly the I»r, Lewis placet 4(4 miles south of Yost station, Nov. 7th, one Holstein heifer. Ik months old. color white, with black spots on neck anti shoulders. Notify T. W. POTTER, or Times ofllce. Lost From my car Wednesday, rich .11*8.70 tire, on the rim. call 127. Meridian,Lih ard O N MINER. a u<> Finder pie era! re \Ktt MKAT CONCKHN. * to the people that st of beef and i <> ra right from unter. Am Webb's Store In Meridian. me J J HE88LVO ;c and hamburger steak matte 2ti-4t I an now 1 ht th very on 8ali 4«t*r i ralt and * (Utlj 2« th of Oet I steer, lirandeu V oil UOBNKLL, quarter mile YAK KN I'P On tic ...I th \ iclot In For Hogg«* Motor Co. KOHI» ACT! ALMOST bar sfn WANTED TO KENT Near Merld i. 1 4M.) acres, improved, by respon Crop rent. Hate casti nent to handle, 'SNI M. Meridian. Now* at tde f Op Line Highway, I 'à miles I "a residence Or hi and 1. IV .U i outh of In at Time to plow I il er Meridian WANTKD Soul J P MOON. 2P M (if is ing for call in her ber to Phone For ;e Motor Co ALMOST NE« FORD ALTO •ale at a bargain at K LOST unit on running four-inch well loot s reet tong on roan uth from Oiiwjior corner. Notify Meridian Times or J U. Mil ler, phone 724 J & Nampa Last week LOST Strayed or stolen ar oh! Jersey heller I*een away a ■ok from the ranch of Joe DeUaun. north of Meridian ou the State Highway Brand like Inverted C, Phone 9 I 2 Meridian Two » half m Complete FOB SALE •edrooin otiti Furnitur« I One electric washer. t*K TAWXEY, ov*r Uarr^U'« 2 ft 1 or photit* Carpets, fruit jam, for sale cheap. AHZT SHOP. FOR SALE furniture. At U. F Meridian iBveslmeol Co. HEAL ESTATE. MORTGAGE LOANS INHIRANCK Plioue 1KU \ REAL BUY. 4KH\ MIMMTANTLAL UWEl.llNt. IN MERIDIAN WITH rWEI.YK IA*TS WORTH gil.AtNI.tHl SELLS AT mi.tUVMHi We have farming tracts in any slae and at reasonable values. 40 acres at $HU 00 per acre for 1m- dlate «ale Terms -— LIST WITH I S... K. C. PFAEFLE ANI> AHTHI It ERA ZIER Managers M K II I II I A N . IDA II O . NOTH E DE ELECTION. I» hereby given that an elec- ts* held In the Nampa & Irrigation District ou Dec- 101», at which time one ill- will be elected for Division No, .id District to succeed Frank .V hose term of office ex- e first Tuesday of Jump id ia lb Hutcheson. Mrs. S M. rsons are a; minted President, G. A. REMINGTON, Secretary. 28-4t 1 >' is hereby given that he Hoard of Directors lection officer* are ai* r respective precincts, of which are herein ad the places of holding designated he follow otuted tor th* th* di th 'teeth PERKINS Precinct shall consist of pari of «aid District lying within ■Ion No 1 of said District and e followng person» are appointed era of said precinct. J. H Mct'lenuhau. T. F Maxwell, Le roy Shawver, Judges Mrs Charles Drake. Mr* H II II Ungsworth, Clerk*. Place of holding election shall be at Perkins Hall, Perkins. Idaho Div 4 011 MERIDIAN of that part u within Divj and tht Precinct shall consist if said District tying n No. 2 of said District following Istrohs are all ied ton officers of said pre pointed einet : H, B Power», \V. H. Peer. W. M. Moreland, judges: Mr*. Esther Williamson. Clerk* Ptac of holding election shall be ity Hall. Meridian. Idaho. at the NAMPA Precinct shall consist of that part of said District lying with in I) ion No. 2 of said ill si ret and following election officers of said precinct; A. C. U I Hard. Mrs. B. F. Hastings, Mrs. W. A. Wilson', Judges. Mrs Ida Hammond. Miss Winuifred Murphy. Clerks. Place of holding election shall be at the City Hall. Nampa. Idaho. The polls will be open at k o'clock A. M. and will remain open until 7 o'clock P. M. of said day. No registration will be required, but in lieu thereof, the Judges of El ection shall require that each voter subscribe to an elector's oath before allowing him to cast his ballot. J3y order of the Board of Directors of the Nampa & Meridian Irrigation District this Fourth day of Novem ber, 19X9. E. H. DEWEY, Attest: MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES Hohen McKinnis is much Improved Bfter a long illness. Mrs. L. J Wastihurn visited in Cs tlck Tuesday. Manford McKinnis has returned ar ter a visit In the Hailey country. Hoy Sample of Pocatello is visiting his uncle, S. H Sample. H. Daman has sold his 23 acre ranch io T. Matthews for |47<io. Mr. Maddock of Meridian has pur chased 20 acres from P I,. Howell. I, . It Field has moved with Ills family to Sunny Slope near Caldwell. Mrs. Mary Kreuch has moved from her ranch Into town to iie with her mother. Mrs Powell, this winter. Otts Rife is building a garage on tiiii nt"#ly-BcoHired residence prop erty youi will it halt Nov. on W. rim. ra Am Hurlnnd Hutcheson from the l 'amas Prairie country to visit his I a rents here Carl Davidson, sou of M. Z. Dav idson. south of Meridian. Is out of school on account of Illness. Halt White has sold 4 7 acres of land near Meridian to Mr. Shuman of Parma. hus arrive« oil .Lilian Tucker hus gone into the buslm f buying und selling poul try John L. Waggoner has been in Boise this week, taking some degrees In Maaonry. k,d Miller advertises u big public sale at the Allison place, in another column Head the ad and remember the date, at Harold Downey has resigned as night watchman. The village hoard has not yet selected a mail to tuke ids I P**ce hi Mrs. Smith has rented the room In the corner of the Hedges theatre blinding mid put In a stock of candy titul cigar«. er Mrs. Kva Howry is rapidly recov ering from a serious operation ana expects to leave 8t,. Luke's hospital Sunday, Mrs. Johns. Mrs, Quinn and Mrs. Fenton were the hostesses Wednes day at a meeting of the Aid society (if the Methodist church. , Mrs. Otis Hlfe has received word thut her daughter Miss Edna, who is attending school at Corvallis, met with a slight accident, having her right arm and hand bruised when a door dosed suddenly. A pie supper will be given by the local M \V. A, lodge Saturday even ing The proceeds will tie applied to providing «Om« needed Improvements for the hall. The regular meeting of the M. K. ladles alii society will be held Wed nesday afternoon, Nov. I», at 2.on. Please come early and prepared for work. The Ladles Aid society of the M. K. churcli will He comforters at a reas onable price for any one desiring such work done. For Information, call Mrs. Otis Hlfe. phone No, 2ti8. O. K Allison and fumlly are now in Boise, having returned after a Cal ifornia trip. Oliver Allison was re cently discharged after serving a time In the navy, and Is now at home. Mrs Clarence Wall of Falrvlew, gave a shower Hutnrday afternoon for her sister-in-law Misa Florence Walt, whose marriage to Captain Hen Rob ison will take place Sunday. Novem ber itith, Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Farnhnm have a Mr. and Mrs. A. A, Farnhnm have moved from Ofoflno, In north Idaho, to u place 2 miles northeast of their home. The fstully are well and favorably known here and had a ranch between Star und Eagle. Isaac Beery, of Loveland. Colo., la here visiting the family of Ills brother Johu Beery, near Meridian. He has recently disposed of hta real estate, and has an Idea of investing In u home iu Idaho. Rev L. U. Right advertises a sale of dairy cows next Friday, Nov. ill. As he has some of the prise cows of the valley, the sate should he well Some horses und much- attended, tilery will also tie sold. While handling a pump Jack the other »lay H. J Mersdorf hud two ringem cut severely but lie dentes the report that they were lost, and says his fingers will be ail right af ter he leaves them uundnged Tor awhile. Mr, and Mrs. I*, t). Caldwell, who came from Kaunas recently to visit the family of J, J. Caldwell, have proceeded on their journey to Cali fornia, where they expect to Bpeite the winter. Among those who attended the Henri Scott concert at the Ptnney, at Boise, Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hedges, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Morton, Miss Bertha Sin g rev, Mr.and Mrs. Mateer, Mr. and Mrs. Stauton. Mrs. C. A. Harris was in Boise Wed nesday and attended the funeral or the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uedwell. Mr. Bedwell was a former resident here having been em ployed in the reclamation servtce. The students of the Meridian high school will render a play entitled "The Maker of Dreams" at the Em press theatre, in Meridian this Fri day evening. The proceeds are for the benefit of tue athletic association. Word lias been received of the mar riage of L. K. Linn, formerly of this place, but later of Montana. The Linu's are now living at SHvorton, Oregon. Grace, his daughter, is at tending high school, white Marion and Leland are attending the Univer sity at Salem. A double box load of big ripe yel low torn was hauled through the streets ot Meridian by a farmer this week, and taken to a local elevator. Every former Nebraska man looked long and earnestly at the anusifal sight, which was certainly "good for sore eyes." About seventy-five Grangers met at Locust Grove Community hall Nov. tltii and an interesting meeting was the result. Dinner anG supper were served and all report a good time. Auother meeting will be held at the same place December 5th, to initiate the new- Pomona officers and consider the state grange meeting in Boise in January. 7 ma JOINT SALE RY E. W. GRANT AS1) L. ,/. WASHBURN,. NOV. I!), 191!) First Class Dairy Stock Sale at Ohas. .J. Oii wiler's Yards in East Part of Meridian, Idaho. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1!) AT ONE P.M. SHARP L. ./, WASH BERN WILL SELL s Tun Hi*-*: R' d Oow-v ai<** 3 and (> years, One spotted Red Cow 4 years old 1 Black Jersey <low, 4 yrs old. Two Black Cows, J years old, 2 Large Holstein Cows, 4 and (! years old, 2 Large Holstein Cows, H years old, 1 Holstein Heifer, 1 Holstein Bull Calf E. W, GRANT WILL SELL - TWO BIO RED COWS, <> YEARS OLD 2 FAROE JERSEY COWS, 2 AMI) 5 YRS. OLD ONE HOLSTEIN COW, TEN YEARS OLD TWO AYERSHIRE HEIFERS, I HOLSTEIN HEIFER. 5 HEIFER CALVES ALSO —- One Bay Oelding, wt. 1100, (i years old. One Orey Heldin#, wt. 1200 lbs., 8 years old. One Race Mare, wt. 1000 lbs., (i years old, One three-year-old Olld'.'i#, wt 800 lbs., < )ne black colt. MOST OF ABOVE COWS ARE FIVE AND SIX GALLON ( 'OWS. SOME FRESH NOW. BALANCE TO FRESHEN IN WINTER AND EARL V SPRING. ( 'O WS WILL RE FOUND EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. 2 Yearling Heifers, 3 Red Heifer Calves, TEN month« time at 8 |ir cent. $10. ( aual condition« of »ale. I-Hiial discount for ca«li on sums over COL. E. MA ESTERS * SON, AUCTIONEERS. ARTHUR FRAZIER, CLERK. - We have YOUR brand of"» COFFEE -HIVE I S A CHANCE TO El IJi YOUR CUP -IS ALWAYS Plantation Coffee THE SAME 0 We will sell you MEAT by the Quarter at 14c. Robertson Grocery & Meat Co. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. » Z1 o »I J: EVICTED F IRE is a heartless landlord. Once it takes charge of your home there is no compromise. Out you go—with what possessions'you are able to save. Yet with a little care such a distressing hardship is avoided. The Hartford Fire Insurance Com pany is teaching fire-care to its policy holders as well as providing insurance in case of loss. Ask us about this double service—today Jbefore you are homeless. A. D. STANTON at in -1 N S U R A N C MERIDIAN, IDAHO. J. O. LEININGER HARNESS AND SADDLES Harness and Shoe Repairing a Soeclalty Call and see me. I will treat you right. Shop on BROADWAY STREET MERIDIAN The "lure of the land" is especially strong in springtime. If you yearn to - 'gu back to the farm" or want to own a "little home of your own" in town, we are the people to help you. See our offerings before you buy. Frank Taylor WITH K. \V. M. Day Ernest G, Day DAY REALTY CO. - LAND AND LOANS - LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US 100»% Main Street, BOISE, IDAHO.Telephone 50. Always Successful. < ■■ c s lob * . wm if.' 0 IM J M f III LI 3»Vl V SI Cl Wm v w y' f "LaaNCwun v Outing Gowns à We liuve secured the famous Biightoii-CaHsbad line of Sleeping ■recognized by the trade as the very liest obtainable, materials are selected outing—and made In good full cuts skiniping. Bleeping wear for the whole family at, unusually reasonable prices. The wear -no f GARRETT'S MERIDIAN'S BEST STOKE THEATER MERIDIAN EM PRESS CITY MOVIE ATTRACTIONS Saturday, Nov. 15 In Wrong JACK PICKFORD } u Tuesday, Nov. 18 Tuue Heart Susie Thursday, Nov. 20. Big Picture Mary Pickford " The Hoodlum n **—— EMPRESS THEATER. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. SHOCK ABSORBER Absolutely guarantee for one year against breakage, or loss of spring. Let us show you them. BATTERY BUSINESS We are in position to give liest of battery service. We build your battery from the up and guarantee the work. you the can re ground À We wish to CET ALINE WELDING announce that we have one of the best machines that can buy. money Also we have the men who know how to do the •work. W e carry this well known oil, one of the few pure Pennsylvania oils. Try it in your motor. During the next few days in order to reduce our stock of Eclipse Plugs for Ford Cars plugs for 50c. Absolutely Plug. Come in and on plugs. |\/|ONOGRAM OIL SPARK PLUGS spark we will sell $1 guaranteed save some money l Remember the Place The Best Garage in Meridian MATLOCK GARAGE State Highway, Meridian.