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If you would enjoy good health, eep your bowels regular. No one reasonably hope to feel well rhen constipated. When needed, take Ihamberlain's Tablets, lild and gentle. an They are 1 On November 11th there will be an ill-day meeting at the Nazarene Ihurch. at 16th and Franklin streets, Boise, of the Idaho, Oregon, Wash ington State Holiness society. WANT ADS* CUT IN PRICES. I wilt be die pioneer in making pre ar prices at my barber shop. Prices [>w are: Hair cut, 40c; shave 20c. All other work in proportion, hop on State Highway, s. c. mccarty. POR DAINTY CHRISTMAS GIFTS The LITTLE GREY SHOP" BOISE A beautiful and complete tine of Ilk lingerie, bath robes, negligee, sney aprons, etc. We make a specialty of Baby Lay ttes. Orders taken for all kinds of [eedlework. "THE LITTLE GREY SHOP" H I L E M A N . [ PEARL [09 N. 8, Near Library, Phone 687W. WANTED—To buy four or five izen young hens or pullets, of good riety. Phone 270 Meridian. MRS. P. MOORE. SALE LUNCHES. We make a specialty of public sale id banquet lunehes. W. M. WARNER LUNCH ROOM. Second St., Meridian, Idaho. • Z. S. BRANSON -AUCTIONEER Phone 2921 Boise for Dates Ranch Sales and Pure Bred Live ock a Specialty. 503 N. BOth St., Boise, Idaho. -26 Years at Lincoln, Nebraska.— NEW MANAGEMENT. [have bought the Confectionery land of J. C. McIntosh and will add iveral new lines and will be nrepar | to serve you with CANDY, POP DRN, PEANUTS and Chewing Oum jc. Call and see me at the Pop brn Wagon on the Corner. S. T. VERMILLION . FOR SALE—Hay delivered. F. Q. DRKHARDT. 2 miles southwest of sridian. 2t '04t RENT—Two furnished house eping rooms for rent. MRS. C. E. )X, Pine street, Meridian, Idaho. 'OR RENT—Two furnished rooms light housekeeping. No children. LaFollette, south part of town. PAKEN—From in front of my of i in Meridian, last Friday, after in, a pair of 32x4 mud chains, ta rnation leading to their return 1 be rewarded. J. R. CLARK. TO RENT—Two furnished rooms rent for light housekeeping. On te street. Meridian. MRS. RALPH BEERY. WANTED—DRESSMAKING resamaking by experienced seam >s. Special attention to latest ions. Satisfaction guaranteed, es reasonable. EDITH PAYNE, at house east of Meridian grad« ool, on Pine street. JUST ARRIVED, nice shipment of auto robes, horse 's« blankets, picking bags, and Idles. Come and get our prices, as y are strictly all right. fRIDIAN HARNESS A SHOE Shop V ANTED— Horses, catUe, or >p to pasture. F. O. BURK EIDT. on R. D. No. 3. southwest (sridian. IR SALE—A new 4-room house, is |25 per month. VERN RICHARDSON. i M. LA N PREAR'S SHOE SHOP I-Repairing of AU Kinds top the bast of leather. My work I give satisfaction. [ I KEEP THB PANCO SOLE ■roadway 8L, Meridian, Idaho. PAINT CONTRACTING. Painting of AU Ktada CaB am RICHARDSON Meridian, Idaho R N t. a. r • SR GENERAL LAW PRACTICE false Building. BMss, tasks INK BROTHERS TRANSFER Track it and Heavy Hauling. Delivery, Office Phene 21*. SRIDIAN. S • r v i « • Prompt t • IDAHO. Notice to Creditors. Is of John H. Hampton, deceased dice Is hereby given by the un gned administratrix with the annexed of the estate of John H. Pton, deceased, to the creditors sd all persons having claims 1st tha said deceased, to exhibit i with the necessary vouchers, In tour months after the first kation of this notice, to the said inlsratrix with the wiU annexed le office of her attorney, 821 Ida iulldlng, Boise. County of Ada. ) of Idaho, this being the place I for the transaction of the busi [Of said estate, d October 15, ltSl. ANNA FELL. Inistratrix with the will annexed ■e Estate of John H. Hampton, Fc DUNBAR, Attorney for said Iminiatratrix. Assldencs, Boise. P- 28-51 ! '• ** nlor Partner of the firm of F J I i Cheney * Co., doing bualness In the City ' Md T ä*l 0 'ea^ U flrm "?1 oar"!!» 1 "®"» bfUNDRED LOLURS for U 'ea< : h a MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENET -n£L. t nJ > * f £ï* , m î î nd »«iwerlbecl In £s."' r^'^ssssr Ä SS*EÎ •apSrï'Âr* îr. «, y and _*«» through the Blood oa fo? usssasiss*« f,he 8y,tem **** J CHENEY A CO, Toledo O. Hall • Family pill* f or c-jn*Upatlon, To th» Land Owners within the Pioneer Irrigation District Notice is hereby given, that the STmm Ä-Ä? , riSLäTunmlrth eÄi. ÏÏE%J ,l, ï&nî5S SE. Sii""Sa',Ä SSr&S5\?oSJrt, S; 7k;" d Jm.TZZZV'J'm^ZZZ meats before they become delin quent as aforesaid, the remaining one-half shall not become delinquent Notice is further given. That the assessments levied for the payment ; to the United states Government for the amount due on the cost of Ar-1 rowrock storage and drainage are now due and payable at said office of the Treasurer aforesaid, and must be paid on or before the fourth Monday ! of November, 1921, and if not paid ' at said time said assessments be come delinquent. ! !£. Jn . Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Collect-1 or in and for the Pioneer Irrigation District. »I Mr* The Meridian Times Job depart ment will print butter wrappers, with ynur name and address, at *1.50 for the first hundred, and 50c for each addiUonal hundred. Will print on short notice. Only the best quality of purs white paper is used and non poisoBous butter-wrapper ink. until six o'clock p. m. on the third Monday of June, 1922. nov3-2t la the Probate Court of Ada County, State of Idaho. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Henry L. Wiseman, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the es tate of Henry L. Wiseman, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said dec eased, to exhibit them with the nec essary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this not ice, to the said administrator at the office of Davidson & Davison, attor neys, Third Floor Yates Building, Boise City, County of Ada, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated October 19, 1921. GERARD WISEMAN, Administrator of the estate of Henry L. Wiseman, deceased. DAVIDSON & DAVISON, Attorneys for Administrator, Residing at Boise, 25-5t Idaho. In the Probate Court of Ada county. State of Idaho. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Edward George, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un-, dersigned Harry S. Kessler, adminis trator with the will annexed of the estate of Edward George, deceased, to the creditors of and ail persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the nec essary vouchers, within 4 months af ter the first publication of this not ice, to the said Harry S. Kessler, ad ministrator with the will annexed, at his office at 619 Empire building, in Boise, County of Ada, State of Id aho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the buisness of said Dated Octo. 18, 1921. HARRY S. KESSLÄk. Administrator with will annexed. 25-5t NOTICE OF PARDON. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, who was duly convicted on the 27th day of May. 1921, in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada. of the crime of grand larceny, alleged to have been committed on or about the 12th day of March. 1921 , in Ada County. and upon conviction of said defendant was sentenced to serve a term in the ! State Penitentiary of Idaho, for not less than one or more than fourteen years. That this applicant will apply to the Honorable Board of Pardons of the State of Idaho, on Wednesday, January 4. 1922, at a regular meet ing of said Board for a full pardon ■nd general relief. Dated this 10th day of November, 1921. 28-4t • H. L. WHITE. Applicant. DR. J R. NUMBERS, JR. <Successor to Dr. Dutton) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Meridian. Idaho. Telephone 910 C. H. EDWARDS ATTORNEY AT LAW Overland Building. li.r.ae. iv.B.David son, W. Howard Davison LAWYERS BaUdlag. BOISE. IDAHO. 4th Floor Yi TYPEWRITERS! All mike* aad all *tyl«a *1« «P- S««» **><" oaed and ulaaiwri bv tha U- A Gov t Barsaioa. SS?e jSir «riT.oa « rill d«crib. and quota. Th« UWOWWITCR. a printiu* offie* Nsca8*rrr! ■bitbona any color ?M delivered. Uiv* name and modal. CVrhon paper Sali WO abe«U M.M drliv d. Empire Type Foundry. Mftt. 7W, j ilrtal Tyt*>P r ' nUTt iuyjJw/.RuRalo.N.Ye E - B - Kright's Public Sale Tuesday, Nov. 15 i ■ . ' s 1 w " * < ' av< * **h- birra I «III <e-ll at Um* plane I mile East anti :l miles noHh " f Meridian, :l miles «est ami I mile north of rstink. 3 miles Mouth a " < ' * mile west of Kagln, I mile No. of Itissell station. I m. east ami I ,nil " " f ° B,lri,er * One span Grey Mares, 6 and 7 years old, well matched, weight 3100. One span Black Mares, 9 years old, weight 2800 One span Black Geldings, 3 and 4 years old, weight 3000. One Grey Gelding, 4 years old, weight 1400. One Black Mare, 3 years old. One Black Mare, 7 years o One Bay Mare, 8 years old. One Bay Mare, 6 years old. One Bay Filly, 3 years old in the spring. One Roan Gelding, 3 years old in the spring. Two Roan Fillies, 3 years old in the spring. The four above are of good weight and ready for the ._•_ Harness next spring. 0ne Sorrel Co,t > !one 0ne John Deere Binder, 7 -ft. cut, one Deering A#wer i one Dane Mover, one 10-ft. rtcCor Rake, one John Deere Corn Planter, 2.-horse Cultivator, one two-vay Plow, one Garden Plow, one Sod Plow, one Potato Digger, one wln 9 Shovel Plow, one 8-ft. Hoosler Graln Drl11 - one 3-section Harrow, one 4 One Black Cow, 8 years old. ... ,, vJnc liolstcin v»ow, 5 years old. One Red Cow, 7 years old. One Brindie Cow, 6 years old. ; J One Brindie Cow, 7 years old. l _ One Red Cow, 5 years old. D_J Cnw 4 vears old ^ n ® /„J? t ' ! One Red and White Cow, 6 years old. ' One Brown Cow 4 vears old îl Drown cow, years oia. ! Two Dark Jerseys, 3 years old. O»' UfU V™ M ,\ One Light Jersey, 6 years old. one One Yearling Jersey Heifer. Six Spring Calves. All the above cows are pasture bred and ten of them are due to freshen by February 1st. Milk Cans, 150 tons of Silage, 40 tons of Hay 3 Straw Stacks, fine place to feed. horse Fresno, one slip Scraper, one doubl Disc, 3 good Wagons and Racks, two Wagon Boxes, two Gavel Wagon Boxes, and other articles too numerous to mention. 2 heavy set Harness $25 and under cash. Terms: 10 mos. time at 8 per cent. Z. S. Branson, Auct. J M DODDS, CLERK DAIRY SALE AT OHIO KING'S Thursday, November 17 I will sell my herd of first class dairy cows, heifers, etc., at my place one mile south of Meridian on the Meridian-Kuna Highway, on beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. with a THURSDAY', .NOVEMBER IT big free lunch at noon. Fourteen First Class Milk Cows, all in good condition, some giving milk. some fresh soon. All good milkers. One 2-yr. old heifer, freshen in December. One 2-yr. old heifer, freshen in April. One Jersey Cow, 6 yrs. old, giving 4 gal. when fresh. One Jersey Cow, 6 yrs. old, freshen in December. One Brindie Cow, 10 yrs. old,*giving 40 lbs. when fresh. One Guernsey Cow, fresh giving 40 lbs. One Guernsey Cow, freshen Nov. 22d. One yearling Guernsey heifer. One yearling steer. Four bull calves. Five heifer calves. One Holstein Cow, 4 yrs. old, dry, giving 5 gal. when fresh will freshen in December. One Holstein Cow, 6 yrs. old, dry, giving 5 gal. when fresh, will freshen in December. Two Holstein Cows, 6 yrs. old, giving milk, 5 gal. when fresh. One Holstein Cow, 8 yrs. old. giving 6 gal. when fresh will freshen in December. 1 Steer Calf ,, , . _ n , - . . Two Holstein Cows, 8 and 9 yrs. old, giving 6 gal. when ! fresh. One Holstein Cow, 4 yrs. old, dry. One 2-yr. old heifer, giving milk, freshen in ApriL TERMS OF SALE: All sums under *25 cash; 5 per cent discount cash on sums of *25 and over. Credit of 10 months t\me at 8 per cent. Col, Marsters and Son, Auctioneers. J. M. Dodds, Clerk. for OHIO KING. COL. MARSTERS & SOX. AUCTIONEERS. J. M. DODDS, CLERK W. S. MATEER Funeral Service Calls answered night or day. Will pay telephone tolls on ail professional calls. I carry a complete line of Funeral Supplies Auto or horse hearse. Phone No. 31* A chaoel for services. WIIEX IN BOISE t : AND WANT SOMETHING TO RAT, THE j « ■ Ci R I L L IS THE PLACE YOU SHOULD VISIT S I L Y E R T II K Cleanliness. Prompt Service and Coartesy are the Principal Characteristics of the Place. i *- —• - -J —-3-—^ -i-T" - g TKc Dairy Cow Still Pays. We have insisted right along that the Dairy Cow is the most valuable asset of our valley. Everybody j knows now that we are right. THE COW PAYS BETTER NOW THAN IN ANY TIME IN THE I LAST TEN YEARS. Figure it out >nd ... if we are not right. Then feed her to make ker pay still bettter. We kave Ground Barloy Mill Feed Oats, Ryo Oil Meal. Come in and let us figure with you on a balanced rat* ion. -O See Us for All Kinds of Poultry Supplies and Remedies. Nettod Gem and Idaho Rural Potatoes at Prices that Aro Rigkt. Buy Flour Made from Your Own Wheat. i Our Flour never lost a Friend. Get an Emerson TWO-WAY for your fall plowing. ; ; Idaho Equiiu Manoe. Meridian i OUR MOTTO: "SERVICE FIRST" ■ Q.EAN UpS Paint Up^ ! ; ) And Look After the Plumbing . If yon get ne to do yoar plumbing I guarantee that the uork will be doue in a manner satisfactory to yon and that your home will be protected from imtMtre germs which are so ilhlnirtirr to health and are the result of improper plmthig. ; I B L A I N G MERIDIAN IDAHO Pi 6/ V '*»». t "»M.* a 4—? A 1 Sfffr 7 - a».. J'-.m- > -4 < it FRESH BREAD, ROLLS, PIE, CAKE BAKEDE Y ERY D A Y BEAM'S BAKERY MERIDIAN, IDAHO. ! A Full Line of High-Class J E W ELK Y ; i AT PRE-WAR PRICES O > A FEW OF OUR PRICES: ELGIN «RIST WATCH. Diamond Set 14-k Gold LaYalUervs S18.0«) - «ts.su « 4.00 '• SOLID GOLD RUBY RINGS O Y F. E. BRUMM AND JEWELER WITCHMAKER 1013 MAIN STREET. BOISE.