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The Meridian Times
VOLUME 2.
MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911.
NUMBER 35.
Notes from Meridian Schools.
The Meridian school board has
^employed James Agnew Hug
'ffto teach agriculture in the h
has
igb
chool. As soon as a laboratory
oom can be fitted up the agricul
ure students will have the very
st advantages along that line as
Ir. Hughes thoroughly under
tands his subject, having had con
iderable experience in placing
grioulture in some of the beet
ligh schools of the east.
The agriculture dass are study
ag the composition of milk and
he effeot of different bacteria
pon it.
Charles King enrolled in the
ophomore class last .Monday.
Jharlea lias been- attending the
loise high school and moved
nth his parents south of Me
ïidian.
gffil 'Lillian King enrolled in the
Sighth grade Monday, and Hazel
Pickett is reviewing with that
Hürade. Hazel completed the
eighth grade a year ago, bat was
out of school last winter on ac
count of typhoid fever.
The high school pupils enjoyed
a skating party on the reservoir
south of town last Friday evenin
ing.
*yThe third grade has moved to
the old building to make room for
the agriculture teacher in the high
school.
The Fornm society will give a
program this afternoon.
Fix up the Village Grounds.
The unsightly shed was removed
from the village grounds last
Week and the new water works
building now shows up to good
advantage. A fine place for a
park would be provided if the
town could seoure the lots lying
just east of the property, and these
are now.offered for sale by the ad
ministratar at a very low fig
Later on more ground could
aecnred, but even with this addi
tion, a fine little park, in the center
of town, would be provided. A
civio league, or woman's olnb,
could take up such a project, and
carry it to successful completion,
as <the business men and citizens
will cooperate if they are asked.
A park oannot be built in a day,
bat a start can be made this
spring, and. the trees can be
planted. _
Saturday night the Meridian
Odd Fellows installed the follow
ing officers: Noble grand, Harry
L.iYost; vice grand, J. A. Watt;
MOording secretary, B. W. Hutoh
eson ; financial secretary, A. R.
Stalker; treasurer, E. C. Pfaffle.
Guy A. Remington and family
will move into theAnderson house
on West Idaho street, and become
residents of Meridian. They have
advertised a sale of their farm ef
fects. Mr. Remington has already
assumed his position as secretary
the Nampa-Meridian Irrigation
district.
Sylvester Hazen, of Farnum,
Nebraska, a brother of Mrs. M. M.
Laöderbaugh, is renewing old
^friendships in Meridian this week.
"*He naturally thinks the weather
here is .an„içapiovement over Ne
braska, where they had a blizzard
with 16 below zero weather last
week.
ure.
be
The farmer's*, train will be at
Kuna at 11:55 a. m. next Wednes
day, and remain -an hour. The
farmers' movable
agricultural
school will open a short course at
Knna February 10th, under the
auspices of the Kuna Country Im
provement club, and sessions will
be held each day. Everyone is
invited.
Percy MoEarland and Miss
Ethel Vickers were married at
Baker City, Oregon, January 6th,
by Rev. L. M. Boozer, of the Pres
byterian church, of that place.
The couple arrived home Sunday,
snd sre receiving the hearty con
iy|«ratalation8 of friends. Percy
tMcFarland is the son of J. F.
AloFarland, one of our prominent
LJvarmers, and Miss,. Vickers is one
>f our best young ladies. They
Qjjrill mak e their hom e in Meridian,
Mejjhcmes.that aid nature are always
nost efficient. Chamberlain's Cough
itemady acts on this plan. It allays the
relieves the lungs, opens the
xetions and aids nature in restoring the
ystem to a .healthy condition. Thous
>nds have testified to its superior excel
unc®. So ld by W. M. A. Hay den.
given as soon as the croupy
_ appears Chamberlain's Cough
temady will ward off an attack of
roup and prevents all danger and cause
f anxiety. Thousands of mothers use
enjg**ully" ÖOld by W ' M ' A ' Hay *
NOTICE FOg PUBLICATION^
o
, UepartmeuLof the Interior,
U. S. Laud Office,
Boise^Idaho, Dec. 27,1910.
Notweis hereby giveu that Clifton C.
liven, of Kuna, Idaho, who,
Blf y 30, 1906, made. Homestead
otryfNo. X852. serial No. 03797, for
% Section
lip IN, range 1 W, B
ss fir
nal five-year Proof, to establish
aim to the laud above described, be
,re vho Register and Receiver at
oise* Idaho, on the 27th day of Feb
larjKPJll.
on
19, Township
uise meridian,
notice of intention to make
ut names as witnesses: S. J.
lard, Seth Thomas' Morrison,
Brisbin, all of Kuna, Idaho,
ih Dickman, of Nampa, Idaho.
WM. BiI.DEKT.SON,
. Register.
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Farmers' Special Industrial Train.
The Oregon Short Line will run
a special Farmers' Industrial and
Educational train through south
ern Idaho this month, leavin
Salt Lake on the 9th List. It wi
be in Meridian Wednesday after
noon, January 18th, and will re
main one hour, arriving at 3:25 p.
There will be a car with ani
mals, another with a dry farm ex
ibit, and two coaches for leoture
purposes. The personnel of the
party will consist of the following,
all well known experts:
Prof. Lewis A. Merrill, director
of extension work—Salt Lake
City. In charge of dry farming
experiments.
Dean W. L. Carlyle, dean of
agriculture, University of Idaho,
Moscow, Idaho, director of Idaho
Experiment Station.
Dr. E. D. Ball, director Utah
Experiment Station, Logan, Utah.
Dean Utah College of Agriculture,
Prof. J. T. Caine, professor of
animal industry, Utah Agricul
tural College, Logan, Utah.
Prof. J. H. Frandson, professor
of dairying, Idaho Agricultural
College, Moscow, Idaho.
Ben R. Eldredge, president
Utah State Dairymen's Associa
tion, Salt Lake City, Utah.
* O. C. Gregg, superintendent
Minnesota Farmers' Institute, St.
Anthony Park, Minn.
Stephen Boswell, foreman Juab
County Experimental Farm, Ne
phi, Utah. In charge of the dry
farm oar.
Gottlieb Smith, foreman cattle
barns, Utah Agricultural College,
T TTi_L T 1 II'
Logan, Utah. In charge of live
stock car.
rn.
Notice of Proof of Completion ot Works
and Application of Water to Beneficial Use.
Notice is hereby given that at 2 p. m.
on the 15th dayMof February, 1911, at
Boise, County of Ada, State of Idaho,
before Everett H Barber, N.P. proof will
be submitted of the completion of works
for the diversion of 1.6 cubic feet per
second of the waters of Moreland slough,
and of the application to benefi
cial use of said water in accordance with
terms and conditions of Permit No. 6470,
heretofore issued by the State Engineer
of the State of Idaho.
1. The names and postoffice address
of the persons holding said permit are:
George R. Deck and S. W. Shook, Mer
idian, Idaho
2. Said works of diversion will be
fully completed on the date set for such
completion, and the amount of water
which said works are capable of conduct
ing to the place or use, in accordance
with the plans accompanying the appli
cation for such permit, is 1.6 cubic feet
per second.
3. The use to which said water has
been applied is irrigation and domestic
purposes, and the amount applied to
beneficial use is .'3.6 cubic feet
second.
per
4. The place where said water is used
is EJé of NE*, Sec. 14. Tp. 3 N., R. 1
W B. M.
5. The date of the priority which
said user is prepared to establish is
May 28,1910.
D. G. Martin,
State Engineer.
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House Moving.
I am prepared to raise or move
J our buildings. Give me a call,
nd. prone 165 red.
C. F. -Compton.
- F.- M SLATER,
Dra.y a.nd Express Lins.
Liggt and heavy hauling of all kinds.
Rhone or leave orders at Union Feed &
Coal Co.
Meridian,
Idaho.
ADDITIONAL HOLIDAY COUPON
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THES COUPON
Piano Contest
GOOn FOR.
500 VOTES
For
This coupon good for 500. votes if
presented at the Times office with
a $1 payment -on éubscriptiou.
This is in addition to the
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,0WTfM ( 0Î1 Si rnmtiil Wftrl' !
vvUllvlL UUUJllUUllUU DUlfi.
I am fully prepared to turn out all
manner of concrete work. Prices as
low aa any.
Phone either lumber yard, Meridian.
reg
ular 1000 votes the Times gives
for every dollar paid in, and is a
special holiday gift.
Pay for your home paper now and
help your friend get the piano.
VETERINARY.
Veterinary —Having acquired con
siderable knowledge, and consenting
to act in the veterinary practice, I will
treat live stock of their ailments at a
reasonable compensation.
Anderson.
J. Matt
E. G. DUNKIN
Feed and Grinding-.
Groceries, Notions, Clothing.
Broadway Street, Meridian.
Blue Diamond & Rock; Springs Coal
THE PRESS ARY
Clothing Cleaned and Repaired.
Prices Reasonable.
At my Residence on Pine Street.
Phone Ind. 753.
MRS. W. A. PALMER.
H. F. NEAL,
PHYSICIAN, AND SURGEON.
MERIDIAN
IDAHO.
.
A. N. SALISBURY.
Tr _
ROLLEY HOWRY, V. C.
j. t,. Waggoner, Clerk,
Thousands,
of satisfied patients are
now wearing our glasses.
If you don't
know who we are, ask
your neighbor.
GLOBE
OPTICAL CO,
Makers of Perfect Fitting
Glasses.
107 So. 9th St., Boise.
S. B. JONES,
PLASTERER AND BRICKLAYER,
Will work by day or contract.
A first-class job at a reasonable
Ind. Phone 346.
Meridian, Idaho.
pnce.
Lock Box 2,
MERIDIAN SOCIETIES.
Meridian Camp, No. 6664, of
Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica. Meets First and Third
Tuesday evenings of each month at
M. W. A. Hall, at 8 p. m.
MIA
Meridian Lodge, No.
43, I. O. O. F., meets
every Saturday even
ing at I. O. O. F. hail. Visiting broth
ers cordially invited.
Geo. Gardner, N. G.
S. W. Hutcheson, Sec'y.
Meridian Lodge, No. 47, A. F.
and A. M. Meets on Second
Tuesday of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall in Meridian. Visiting
or sojourning brethren cordially in
vited to attend.
A
C. I,. Dutton, W. M.
I. S. Rice, Sec'y.
Acme Rebekah Lodge, No
26, meets Second and Fourth
Wednesday evenings of each
month, at I. O. O. F. hall,
welcome. Mrs. Othie Gardner, N.G.
Esther Hutcheson, Sec'y.
Visitors
Boise Valley Railroad Co.
BOISE-MERIDIAN DIVISION.
In Effect September II, 1910,
Leaves Meridian
6:30 am
8:00 am
10:00 am
12:05 pm
■.2:00pm
4:00 pm
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
Special Saturday car Boise to Ustick
and return at 10 pm.
Leaves Boise
7:00 am
9:00 am
11:15 am
1:00 pm
3:00 pm
5:00 pm
7:00 pm
11:30 pm
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office,
Boise, Idaho, Dec. 27, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
B Newton, son and heir of George P.
Newton, deceased, of Kuna, Idaho,
who on January 30, 1906, made Home
stead entry No. 8856, Serial No. 03799,
for N. E. % Section 19. Township 1 N.,
Range 1 w., Boise Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final five
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above-described, before the Reg
ister and Receiver, at Boise, Idaho, on
the 27th day of February, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: S. J.
Kennegaard, Seth Thomas Morrison,
Edward Brisbin and Clifton C. Bliven,
all of Kuna, Idaho.
Wm. Baldertson,
Register.
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In the District Court «
Of the Third Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in and for the County
of Ada
John R. Ford, Plaintiff,
vs
Jennie G. Ford, Defendant,
Alias Summons.
The State of Idaho sends greeting to
the above named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
in an action brought against you.by
the above named plaintiff in the Dis
trict Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict, State of Idaho, in and for the
County of Ada, and to answer the
complaint filed therein (a copy of
which is hereto attached) within
twenty days (exclusive of the day of
service) after the service on you of this
•summons, if served within this district;
or if served out of this district, within
forty days. The said action.» brought
to dissolve the bonds of matrimony
between yourself and the plaintiff. It
is alleged in the amended complaint
on file herein that you and the plain
tiff were intermarried Oct. 6,1909; that
on or about Nov. 21, 1909, you disre
garded your marriage vow and wilfully
and without cause deserted and aban
doned the plaintiff and that you con
tinue to «Uvo separate and apart from
the plaintiff. It is further alleged
that plaintiff has written you repeat
edly and requested you to return to
Idaho, and that yon have steadfastly
refused to return to and live with the
plaintiff, all of which is more fully
set out . in plaintiff's amended com
plaint, a copy of which is served
herewith.
And you are hereby notified, that if
you fail to appear and answer the said
complaint, as above required, the said
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded is said amended com
plaint on file herein.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the District Court of the Third Jud
icial District of the State of Idaho, in
and for the County of Ada, this 22d
day of November, in the year of our
rvord one thousand nine Hundred and
teu .
W. L. Cuddy,"C lerk,
* By W. D.
(seal)
cReyuolds,
Depkity Clerk.
R. M.'McCracken, Attorn
Plaintiff, Boise, Idaho.
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DON'T TRIST TO YOUR LUCK
Trust no future, howe'er pleasant
It was Micawber in Dickens' "David Copperfield who was
always waiting for "something to turn up.''
> Now the only way to make something "turn up'' in a voting
contest is to go out and dig them up. If a person expects to
win, she must not expect to win without some diligent effort.
"The Street of Bye-and-Sye Leads to a House Called
Never"—and if you keep on "thinking" about getting busy—
well, the logical outcome wilt be that you .will think while
some other wise candidate is working and getting the results
that will make her winner.
"Time is fleeting,''—and time is the stuff the contest is
made of. And any winner—anyone who expects to win a
prize worth while, will have to "be up and doing," and will
have to be up early and doing all the day.
The "dead soul" is the ene "that slumbers," and the can
didate that is a real live wire, is wide awake to her possibili
ties every minute, nor does she "trust no future, howe'er
pleasant,''and goes on the axiom that she has just so many
weeks, days or hours before the finish, and wants to make the
best of that time. "Act, act in the living present,"'and if
you expect to be a winner of the $350.00 Krause piano, you
must act, and act quickly. To win in anything, contests, or
"in the World's broad field of battle" you must be strictly on
the job.
Contest closes Feb. 1, 1911.
Yours truly,
Viokers-Slms
Hardware Go, man.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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We are almost entirely sold out •
Ê of Candy, thanks to our many •
L customers, but we are making- J
\ i more as fast as we can, and you 2
can depend on getting the best •
of fresh goods always.
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Shoes ! Shoes !
We offer a.general reduction of 25 per
cent on all shoes. These are our reg
ular stock shoes- no job lot. We have a
few shoes from broken lines whidr we
offer at a still greater reduction.
GENERAL CLEARANCE OF ENTIRE STOCK.
Pick out anything-you want and we will sell it for less.
G AR RETT
MERC. CO.
The Qnality Store.
Meridian, Idaho.
..
m BANK OF MERIDIAN
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000
H. B. CARPENTER, VICE-PRES.
J. W. HARRELL, Cashier.
Notary Public in Bank
F. E. MADDEN, PRES.
Steel Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
BANK OF MERIDIAN
Reasons Why You Should Carry an
Account With a Bank.
Because your money is safer in a bank
iBHiasiiaini-.il.
■■->bank tel than elsewhere.
THE
Because a hank account helps and en
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courages you to save.
Because paying Mil'af-hy cheefe is the
simplest_and most convenient, and tfu
check becomes a receipt.
Because a check book is safer to
carry around than a wallet with money
in it; if the check book is lost you have
lost nothing: with the purse its different.
Because a bank account gives you a
standing in the community.
Because you are buildiffg up a val
uable asset when you establish your
eredit at a geeat-haak.
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Your Patronage is Solicited.
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Pianos! Pianos!
Help someone to get one
Free !
Free 1
Only threa mor* week« and the chance to» get * $350
High grade piano free ia gone. This is the fairest, largest
offer that was ever made by anybody for trade and adver
tising. We dont care who win«, ail candidates look-alike
to ns, but we do guarantee a square deal to every one. of
them.
To Our Customers!
We have the finest line and best
quality of Light and Heavy Har
ness in southern Idaho.
Ou r stock is large and complete. Next week only we will allow
5 PER CENT discount for anything in our harness room and
1,000 votes for every dollar. Due bill same as cash to «s. Those buy
ing due bills and not wanting to trade them out now, bring them in
and we will give you credit on our books for-tham, and yon can trade
them out when yon please.
Yours respectfully,
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M. W. A. Building,
Idaiic,
WATCH
for our
Special
Sale
Next Week!
E. F. HUNT
Meridian
We have Money to Loan on Farms. Call and See
Established, 1903. Incorporated, 1905,
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
Meridian Manou Bank,,
OUR NEW SAFE.
Incorporated.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
The best Building and Bank
ing Facilities and the oldest
Bank in Ada county outside of
Boise. We invite you to make
our office your headquarters and
transact your business with your
friends here. We have extra
desks for your convenience, you
are welcome. We pay 4 per cent
on time deposits. A progressive
bank, conducted along conser
vative lines. We solicit your
business.
J. J. JONES, Pi'esident.
S. M. BURNS, Vice-President. 4!
Ë. C. PFAFFLE, Cashier.
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In Africa," this shows W. Boyces' expedition into the jangles and
showing some of the places made famous by Roosevelt. "Beggar
" "Tangled Lives," Friday and Saturday.
There will be show on Monday and Thursday rights. Entire
change of pictures Tuesday and Friday nights. Show on
Tuesday and Wednesday, and Friday and Saturday nights.
Maid,
First show at -7:30,"second at
8:15 o'clock. Come and enjoy a pleasant evening. 10c to all.
Everybody cordially invited.
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F. E. NUSBAUM, MANAGER
MERIDIAN. IDAHO.

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