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VOLUME 2.
MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911.
NUMBER
BIRD men av NEXT WEEK.
Boise Ha« secured the aenrlcea
of the leading aviators in
Id to-day, who, will conte there
£ from the International Aviation
Meet at Salt Lake City.
Brookins, representing:
company is best known, prob
the originator of the famous
,tw°
Walter
Wright
«MhaUip," which reaulted last year
in the death of Johnstone at Denver.
He Is a pupil °1 the Wright brothers,
*Vj in September, 1910, made one of
Cmt aeroplane journeys on record,
flyiag from Chicago to Springfield,
m—l 9 Z)i miles—winning the prize
I » 10 , 000 . He 1» a fearless aviator and
never knows when he may make
world's record.
Eugene Ely, representing the Cur
tiis company, has done some of
fineS t clsss of work ever shown in the
air. Only a few weeks ago he flew
from the shore of -San Francisco bay
onto thejjeck of a battleship anchored
to the harbor.
These men, representing t^o. rival
schools, will be in competition with
«sch other at Boise and whenever they
meet records may be expeqtcd. ,It
practically assured that the U r S. gov
I eminent will detail an officer to be
present at tfce Boise meet with his
bsrogjsph and other instruments for
[ recording speed and altitude, so that
I the records made in Boise will have
I official standing throughout the world.
KUNA ITEMS.
Rev. Hayes has purchased 80 acres of
I G. M. Wood, two miles northeast j>f
I town, and is having the same plowed.
The Kuna Country Improvement club
I met at Piss hall Friday evening and
I several topics were discussed.
The Young M en ' 8 Sunday School
I class met.Friday evening.
A large crowd of young people spent
I Sunday at Kuna cave.
Tom Ludiker ha© moved onto tho
I Annett place north of town.
G. Wood is erecting a house in town.
D. R. Hubbard & Teed report the
sale of a lot and the erection of a brick
business house next fall is promised.
The butcher shop opened its doors
Tuesday.
The county commissioners report that
they expect to start work at once on the
graded road from Boise to Kuna.
. Christian Bro.-. are putting up a ma
chine shed 40x40.
It is reported that we have the prom
ise of a depot.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis May moved into
the house at Avalon and will cook for
men. _
The Times office makes a specialty, at
this seas,on of printing stallion bills.
Call in ançl ,see samples if yoy need any
printing in this line.
IF YOU have some butter
waiting and you want some butter
wrappers printed in a hurry,
phone your order into the Times
.office, Ind. phone 274, Wrappers
printed on a few hours' notice. You
,oan pay for them when you come
to Meridian. Prices, 100, 76c.;
250, $1.50; 500, $2. Only the best
quality of paraffine paper used and
special butter wrapper ink.
Boise y.Railro&dÇo ,
SCKSlt-MERIDIAN DIVISION.
In Effect September II, 1910.
Leaves Meridian Leaves Boise
ara 700 am
8:00 am 9 :00 am
10.00 am 11:15 am
1:00 pm
-|00pm 3:00 pm
5:00 pm
't^ pm 7:00 P m
fi:0 ^ pm 11:30 pm
Special Saturday car Boise toMerid
nü. wî??. I5oiRe at 9:3 °- returning
leave Meridian 10:30
p. m.
A Fierce Nljhl Alarm
startlina coueh of a child sud
p, 7Atacked by croup. Often It aroused Lewis
W»mWin, of Manchester. O., R. R. N 0 . 21. for
weir four childreu
cn »P- "Hornet i mes in
were ereatly subject to
severe attacks," he
•in-„ Were afrlid they would die. but
r-p-r what a certain remedy Dr.
,,. " S Disc °Tery is. we have no fear. W e
, a ' * or for coughs, colds, or
Ho m," 0 * lrOUbl1 '" 80 <1° thousands of others.
»honJ ,f0U ' Aslhma - hay fever, la grippe,
con * h - hemorrhages fly before It:
Mi b"\V *M d A ' nayden r ' Trial boU,es fr * e -
8i< *lesmiilt-. Greeusboro. Pa., has
»"Mitiv "î 0 ' * ni * bl<e m08t ehtldreu they fre
.STL Ui " h*ve tried sevwa
rerer fôuHs tIffb "tadicine," he says, "but have
*vod ik r. any >,et llwl dW them as much
Haydïn Cfmgh Remedy -
*xoie, "we
John W,
For
Att.ckj School Principal.
« r l 1 ! Uek "" '• cil001 Principal. Chas. U.
• W.^ Va,,a ' Qa " " '»W by him:
Te«»." bo writes. "I auf
"'««4 stumpf '"I?- ftom rheumatUm4
'll" ichtIuu bleaudd.seasedkid«y, 7
bn i„* r h " faiIed "»dH used Electric Bitters,
er coapteüw " ' '" S u WOBdtr,ttl «««"x «»red
Iw,„, ' y - Ju eb results are, commou.
ri " 11 thtm tor curing- -jtamSch
•»Wom J! complaints, kidney .disorders,
try them *1-1 ar,, for «» health and ..vigor.
U ° n »T »c at W. Haydep'e.
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^ has millions of friend*
'*»**03** Ar 'd«* s »'« rioes? !
'%t 5 s ji-. *4' «la iast go years made
«*«. C C . "* , W h* UK- world for sores, j
5 - 11 --.-s. tv,Iu, scalds, cuts, corns.,I
•are. jn" »weMing». bruises,
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?t < a îîîo?M r i J * dicial Dif >trict of
ft Ada f Idah °' m and f0r the County
Agnes Mason, Plaintiff,
vs
Millen Mason, Defendant,
The State of Idaho sends gfeetiîTg
the above named defendant: B
. You are hereby required to auoear
the a ah^ Ctl0n brou » ht against yo P u P
the above named plaintiff in the Dis^
tnct Court of the Third Judicial n
Cou t nt S , ta „ t f e °L Idaho - in
County of Ada, and to answer the
wh?eh ai U fi ù ed , therein ta copy
twentv d,v ^ ere *° .attached) within
twenty days (exclusive of the day
service) after the service on ypu o/tthis
summons, if served withinthjadistrict
or if served out of this district,
forty days.
a^erree^nf 04 !?" *" broUffhl to secure
a decree of divorce dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now existing be
tSTSÄ! *♦"? the defendant on
the gronnds of defendant's willful
desertion of plaintiff and failure
K. d nf h £ W J th ' he c <™" needs'
sanes of life for more than one year
last past, and on the grounds of de
fendant s habitual intemperance; for
in the*^^ i° f - themi orchiId named
m the complaint, and for all proper
:^hef; all of which more fully appears
wSif alntlff '*i c 2 mplaint ' a c °py of
WhKh is served herewith, hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
And you are hereby notified, that if
appear and answer the said
^n P ! 8 ff n ^i,r a a p b p ry e t oT r c e ott h f e o;;t
relief demanded^ the complaint * h
Givenunder my hand and the" seal
of the District Court of the Third t„h
Icial District of the Stale of Idaho in
and for the County of Ada this oa.u
day of'Mrch, in the vèar of oer
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven.
Stephhn Uttfr Clerk
(seal) By Otto F Peterson '
Deputy Clerk '
CtiFTON & Hudson, '
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Residing at Boise, Idaho.
Date of first publication, April 7 1911
Date of laît publication. May l ' 1 1911
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Notice for Publication.
Department of the Tnteri -r,
TJ. S. Land Office.
. Boise, Idaho, March 8. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Asa M.
FqT4u">' ofMeridian, Idaho, who, oti
May 8, '.1906, made homestead entry
Serial No.. 03919, for
= 1 ,!« t> v, S ' S , ec H°" 6 '. Town
ship £ N, Range 1 E, Boise Mer
tablish claim to the land above ries
cribed, before the Register and Re
ceiver. at Boise, Idaho, on the 11 th dav
of May, 1911. ' }
, Claimant names as witnesses
Joseph Fisher, William Pierce and
No. 9117,
Lots 4 and
J. C. Bunnell, all of Meridian, Idaho,
and Earl D. Painter, of Kuna. Idaho
Wm. Baddertson,
Register.
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-NOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS.
All bills and claims against Ada
County must be filed with the
County Auditor on or before the first
Saturday of each month on and after
this date, said bills and claims to be
audited by the Board at its meeting on
the second Monday after the first
Tuesday of each month thereafter.
No bills will be considered by the
Board that are filed later than the
first Saturday as above stated.
All bills must be propur:y sworn to,
and OK'd by party qrdqring same.
By Order of the Bpard of County
Commissioners.
E. F. .Crawford,
Chairman.
Strphrn Uttf.r,
48-3t
Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Trustees of School District
No. IS,-Ada County, Idaho, will on the
8th day of May, 1911, at the Court
House, In said Ada County, at 1 o'clock
p. m. sell to the highest bidder, the
following negotiable coupon bonds, of
said School District, to-wit:
Fourteen bonds of tjhe denomi
nation of five hundred ($500.00) dollars
each, for the purpose of purchasing a
school site and erecting a. school
house, said bonds to be payable in 15
years, on the 1st day-of July, 1926, or
w4.HriR4# eara at the option of the said
school district, with interest not to
exceed six per centum per annum.
The Board ef Trustees reserves the
right to reject any aud all bids.
Done by the order of the Bo^rd of
Trustees of School District- No. 15,
County of Ada. State of Idaho, this 5th
day of April, Bill.
W. T. Evans.
Chra. of Board of Trustees.
M. Z Davidson.
Clerk of Board of Trustees,
47-5t District No. 15, Ada Co. Ida.
NOTICE.
Commencing April 1. 1911, nil
water users ^ill be charged for
water at tb& rate esUblished, and
all bills will become due and pay
able on May the 1st, and on the
first of each month thereafter.
By order of the board o
Dated this 20(h day
trnst
>f
March, 1911
J. M. Anderson;
Chairman.
Nea ; Burley, Idaho
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lie auction at Burley, Idaho, bprtbaiot. •
This land is under the Minidoka Govern
!ijnentproject. LandsellingforS25anac,e
and less will gpqulre one-tenth payment
dateoi purchase, balance iu is an
nual insrayments. Land S g f
ancein-Je/annual installments. Re
d«cedr*tes wiUbe mado vm the Ore
M * h0 ***** AvtA . ? rtW ni' '
agents {oivraves and furthei par.i
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Kill. «Murderer.
A merciU-w ...-rU.-n-t■ I» wpeodld tig. with
many victims, hot I'r. k" -' » -
kin « by prevention. 1 >
stomach, lit« 1 " . IU 14 ' ' lr "
cutdiclanginethat invites appemhem
Jstipation, headache, billiousne
w. M. A. naydenV.
W. H. Peer. Clerk.
<1-6,000 Acres State lands,
l o be sold at pub
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
5 Department of the Interior,
Lmted States Land Office,
« F ^ù 86 ' u'" 1 ' 0 ' MarC1 15,1911 '
Notlc . e 18 hereby given that John L.
Fouataln > ot Meridian, Idaho, R. P. D.
No. 2, who on Peb. 10 , 19o6,made Home
f''ad entrv No 8878. Serial No. 03806,
v 1 i\. Tow . nshi P, h
nange 1 E Boise Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final 5-year
1 P , roof ' '° pstabllsh claim to the land
i ab 5 ve described, before the Register
j and Reeaiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the
19th da 7 of May, 1911.
I Claimant names as witnesses: John W.
j Moore, William H. Moore, Thomas E.
I; aForcP ; al! . of Meridian, Idaho; Fred
; Brose, of Roise, Idaho.
Notice of Proof of Completion of Works and
Application of Water to Beneficial Use.
o„ S r 'oill reby ß' Vf!n that at 10 a.m.
S,, th l ^Mh day of May, 1911 , a t
vie ' w, 0 "", 1 / of da ' State of Idaho
before Wro.B. Davidson. N.P., proof will
fo ü rÄ ltted ° f thft com P Ie t>on of works
for the diversion of .4 of 1 cubic foot
Soush C °!nd , th rs wators " f an unnamed
ria?n«' ? d °!i the a Pj )l 'cation to benefi
térma f i f Sald , watur ln accordance with
terms and conditions of Permit No.6l58
heretofore issued by the State
of the State of Idaho.
„A™* nama a» d postoffice address
Si"? Vf r8 " n .bolding said permit is:
Idaho t,IUd ' CI ' Bolse > Ada County,
Engineer
2. Said works of diversion will be
fully completed on tho date set for such
which a "i d the amount of water
which said works are capable of conduct
„"•fi , pIace or U8e > in accordance
with the plans accompanying the appli
cation for such permit, is .4 of 1 cubic
foot 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,.4 of 1.cubic foot per
second. ■ ■
• P'ace where said water is used
Sec ' 26> Tp - 3 '
5. The date of the priority which
said user is prepared to establish is
May 25, 1910.
A, E. Robinson,
State Engineer.
46-4t
Wm. Baldebtson,
Register.
10-Tit
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of the Third Judicial district of the
State of Idaho, in and for the County
; of A<!a -
j George Bowditch, Plaintiff,
vs Alias Sammons
! Otta L Bowditch, Defendant.
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Yo " are herebv required to appear
111 an action brought against you bv
j the above-named plaintiff in the Dis
| trict court of the Third Judicial Dis
ÎT ct ' state of Idaho ' in ar,d for th ''
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 dis
trict; or if served out of this district,
within forty days.
The said action is brought to recover
a decree of divorce
In fhe District Court
v vitiGf the
bonds of matrimony existing between
the plaintiff and defendant on the
grounds of the defendant's cruel
treatment of plaintiff and on the fur
ther ground? of defendant's commis
sion of tlie acts of adult
d in
all
all of wh-ch
s from plaintiff's c« tn
fully
plaint, a copy of which is served here
with, hereby referred to and made
a part hereof.
And you are hereby notified. That if
you fail to appearand answer the said
complaint, as above required, the said
plaintiff will aj>p)y to the court for
the relief demanded in the complaint.
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Given under my hand and the seal of
the District Court of the Third Judi
cial district of the State of Idaho, in
and f '■ the County of Ada this 13th
day of February,- in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
eleven.
(seal)
Stephen UTTER, Clerk.
By Otto F- Peterson,
Deputy Clerk.
Clifton & Hudson. Attorneys for
Plaintiff, residing at Boise, Idaho.
First Publication, March 17, 1911.
Last Publication, April 21, 1911.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office,
Boise, Idaho, March 8, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
Fisher, of Meridian, Idaho, who, on Oct
ober 2, 1905. made homestead entry
No. 8614, Serial No. 03685, for the
S E '4 S W of Section 31,
Township 3 N, Range 1 E, Boise
Meridian, has.filed notice of intention
to make final commutation proof, to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before the Register and Re
ceiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the 11th
day of May, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Asa M. Pur-lum and William Pierce,
both of Meridian. Idaho; Earl D
Painter and Robert M. Boditie, both of
Kuna. Idaho.
Wm. Bat.dertson,
Register.
45-St
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Marion E Rose, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed J. B. Cato. Administrator of
the Estate of Marion E. Rose, de
ceased,
and
the creditors of
against the*said deceased, to exhibit j
within ren mm. thsXr a ,?e firsTp^h! S
licalk „, of this „oticy, tojhe said. Ad
ninistrat( ; - at his residence at-Merid
ialJ , county of Adr, State of Idaho.
Dated March L' >■ 1911 • !
Adniillis , ra t„ r ont Estl of
Marion E Rese, deceased. Mer
lntern0 tional Avtation Meet
Idaho , April 19th ,2oth. Baduced
Huntington April 18th, 19th and 20th, !
#nd from Pocatello and points west up to
Nampa (including branches) > pril 18th
and 19th. Limit in both cases April
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to
them
Brookins, t o famous.-Wright
flyer, and Ely of the Curtiss team will
j.; ! : -ipate in mate iaces, spiral glides
and cti.v s-.rtlin
ex ibitions. See
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We have .loney lo Loan on Farms. Call and See
Established, 1903. Incorporated, 1905.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
Meridian Mange BanK
Incorporated.
OUR NEW SAFE.
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.
be
to
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J. J. JONES, President.
S. M- BURNS, Vice-President.
E. C. PFAFFLE, Cashier.
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Nursery Stock
HOME GRO&N.
30.000 Apple Trees,
8.000 Peach Trees,
20.000 Cherry Trees,
10.000 Small Fruit, all kinds.
5.000 Shade Trees,
500 Everblooming Roses,
10 Varieties Evergreens,
Large Assortment of Ornamentals
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H. G. MONCE
Proprietor.
BELL TELEPHONE 186 G.
Nampa, Idaho.
THE BANK OF MERIDIAN
H. B. CARPENTER, PRES.
SOL NELSON, ViCE-PRES.
J. W. HARRELL, Cashier.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000
Notary Public in Bank
Steel Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
! Reasons Why You Should Carry an
Account With a Bank.
BANK OF MERIDIAN
Because your money is safer in a bank
than elsewhere.
Because a bank account helps and en
courages you to save.
Because paying bills by check is the
simplest and most convenient, and the
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 tho purse itsdifferent.
Because a bank account gives you a
standing in the community.
Because you are building up a val
uable asset when you establish your
credit at a good bank.
IBANK IÜ51IT
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Your Patronage is Solicited.
HAYDEN'S PHARMACY
carries a complete line.of Pure Drugs and Chemicals,
Toilet Soaps and Stationery.
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is complete with the purest drugs obtainable.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
day or night by a registered pharmacist.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
SECOND STREET,
5
SEASON OF 1911
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PUG THE RÜTTLER a dark bay Percheron and Clyde
S tall ionweighingl 750 lb». 4 years old.
as the - Leonard horse.
Fair last fall anri
BEN r EnRENBACH a Registered Thoroughbred Stal
lion - is a Chestnut Sorrel weighing 1200 lbs. He breeds
good saddle horses. His sire Per Blaize sold for $20,000
"J r*nd St. Blaise for »100,000.
WILL MAKE THE SEASON as follows:
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. ai the Cook Ranch, H mile
T &R&S&' ' 7 -f, v . : Hor BtU
rehrenbacL to insure living Cfri, .. e
mare foals.
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Took first premium at the Boise
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Beth stallions have been duly examine
by the State V eterinanap. See T- )l!s for fut
and approved; j
;er particulars, j
J. B. Cock and Charles Leonard, Owners,
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Inci. Phone ( *37.
Meridian, Idaho,
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WHY TAKE CHANCES?
Lincoln Climatic Paint is the only paint made on four separate
formulas—to fit different climates, or degrees^of dampness and dry.
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Paint troubles in the past, such as
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BEAM'S CANDIES
are made in Meridian, of gu*u3 cane
sugar Wo u§e,the highest giudc of
sweet coating for our chocolate %
creams and pure, fruit flavoriug in J
our centers. Our reasonable prices •
and the unquestionable'quality of
our goods are responsible for the
steady iucrense ifi our candy busi
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We serve tasty lurches and good
coffee at all hours.
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Harness and Shoe Repairing a Specialty
Call and see me.
I will treat you right. Shop on
Broadway, next door to Peer's Office, Meridian.

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