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THE MERIDIAN TIMES
John F Baird, Publier
Independent Phone No, 274.
Bell Phone No. W.
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\umé Every Friday. Pria. $! a Year.
Better than Last Year
Tb« report for Msrcb, <rf the
Boite weather bureau, is as fob
In..:
Tbs month of March war some,
what warmer than usual, and was
the driest March on record for
Idaho. Very little new suow fell
except in the higher mountains.
The snow disappeared from the
open country and from all but the
higher valleys, and waa noticeably
reduced in amount in the raount
The supply, however, is
sins.
somewhat greater in most sections
than it was at the does of March,
lillO. Owing to the fact that dur
ing the present season much of
the enow was wet when it fell
there has been less than the usual
amount of drifting.
Hildes were unusually frequent
in the Wood-Malad river drainage
area end in the watershed of Hip
Mouth Fork of the Boise river, but
were not frequent in other sec
tions. Most of tho enow remain
ing in the mountains is compact
and will melt slowly.
The present prospect is for nri
average waterfl iw in the Salmon
aud Clearwater rivers arid the trib
utaries of the upper Columbia,
•iigbtly more than the average
flow in the upper Snake and
Wood-Malad systems and in the
• streams having their source in the
Owyhee and Seven Devils mount
sins, and slightly less than the
average flow in the Bear, Boise
end Payette rivers. Ir le probable
that the late summer flow will be
considerably better than that of
1310. '
HOISR KIvEK DBAINAOK.
Plug —There were many slides
and the enow ie very »olid. Mrs.
Jennie Potter.
Rocky Bar.-' Owing to the cool
night« the enow has melted slowly
and the ground a beer lied all the
water till within three day» of the
clone of the month, when the
streams began to rise The pros
pact for the water supply from
thia section ie much better than it
was last year. Win. A. Nixon.
Mr. W. W. Hufpton and Mrs
Hester B Leonard were quiety
married last Wsdnesday evening,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs O
M Downey, Rev, Frank Brook,
hart, of OnWUer, officiating After
the ceremony a dainty lunch was
served.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Koelsoh, Rev,
and Mrs. Brookhart and daughter
aud Mrs- Thompson, of Boise,
The newly-wedded couple will re.
side on the bench, where Mr.
Hufpton has a beautiful home.
Tho** present were:
Boy your alfalfa hay of VickerS»
Sims Hdw. Co.
Y«ur dollar will com* book to-you if
you speed it ie Meridian. It is go»* 1
forsvar tl you *«md it tu a msil .order
Wanted- A hors* to uae for it*
keep. Mu»t be quiet and reliable.
Ind- phone 554 Red, Earl C- Riddick.
Wanted—To exchange a huait»«*»
property bringing in n regular mcomr
for ranch property of 2ut) acree. more or
Unie, the considérât ton being about tin,
000. Enquire at the Time« ufth-v If
interested. .
Lust— A double luoitiuiatmii bitching
î- lev ie, for John De»re sulky plows
painted green - Drubeb y lu*.» between
J. F. Mi Farlaud * place and Veen'
blacksmith »hop, Meridian. .Kinder
pkwee inform A. S Hadley.
0,000 Arm State lands.
Near Hurley, IdabK To be . ..Kl «t pub
he auction at Burley, Idaho, April îtat
Thta land ta untier the Minidoka Got
rrameot project. Land selling for $35
an acre or lews will require one-tenth
payment u » datent purvhaae, balance in
IS annual fuetallmente. Land selling
forever $36 per acre wilt require two
t* nit« fiay ment on date of pure base un 4
balanee in 16 annua) inatallnionta. Itc
ducad ratna will be mad» via the O*
gon Short Line, tickets on sale front
Cub point» April loth and 2dth, and
f rum luahu pointa, April 24)th and 2tiit.
Rea agent» fur rates and further parti
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BEST CORN EAR.
R A. Jame», <>f Charleston) UK, !
has the proud distinction of hav j
ing grown the best car of corn in
all the 3,125,113,000 bushel« of Inst |
year's bumper crop At tins Ns j
tiouat Corn Show just held st j
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World's Best Ear of Cora
for 1610
Columbus, Ohio, this gentleman
was awarded the National Corn
Trophy, donated in 1901) by W. K.
Kellogg, of the Kellogg Toasted
Corn Flake Co., of Battle Creek,
Mich.
Thousands of ears of corn from
all parts of the country and of all
varieties were entered in thecom
Tbe select ion of the
petition
grand champion sweepstakes and
iheHwnnlof the Kellogg trophy
were made on general points of
-tuperiority.
The ear of corn grown by Mr.
James is of Reid's Yellow Dent
variety.
«aven and n half inches in oiruuui
ference, and has 20 rows of ker
nels, six to the inch in the row,
average five-eighths of an inch in
depth, and five-sixteenths of an
inch in width. It is indeed a very
correct type of yellow dent corn.
Mi - . James, the winner, is a vig
orous farmer about 40 years of nge
and of pleaarng personality, a
man who has given careful study
to corn culture, and who has
achieved his success as a grand
It ia 10 inches long,
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The W. K. Kellogg National
Cera Trophy
champion winner only by years of
Hard work and painstaking seed
selection and careful breeding
from scseoii to season.
The trophy awarded to Mr.
Jamert was made by Tiffany, of
New York, for Mr \V K Kellogg,
at a côéjt of tl.«*).
sterling silver, hrorixenmi enamels,
and is a truly artistic mention. It
stands 30 inches in height.
For Sale Lol» t ti">. William*» ad
dition. house *iul fruit, $550 eaah.
Write K V. Child,' Siiglèwcu»!, Calif
ornia. Title with abstract furnished.
It is made of
twleraatiomd Aviation Meet,
Boise; Idaho, April likh. Atth.
rates via Oregon »hört Line. Tickets
on wile from point- lictRnn Iktiee and
Huntington April Wtb, Ibth and 2oth.
and from-pi»-atello and pfinta «rest np
to Nampa (uiclodiii'i branches) April
IStb sad UEh. Limit in both
April Mth
.Wright flyer aud Ely of the Curtis»
team »dl -participate m match race»,
Spiral gjidc». *nd other startling exhibi
tions, See ageuta for rate- and further
particulars.
Reduced
ea.se»
Pruokm>, the famous

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No Salesman can sell you a better piano than the factory
turns ont, then your guarantee rests with the factory that
builds the piano.
The Baldwin factory guarantee as good us a government
bond.
Over 260,(XX) satisfied customers in the United States us
ing our pianos.
Forty different styles to choose from in all the different
woods.
No one can offer you a better piano,
you a better price,
piano or organ will be taken in exchange.
Columbia tumble Disc Records (Double Disc-double value-Double Ev
erything but price) to fit any machine 05c.
Special this mouth, one double disc record absolutely free.
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THE BANK OF MERIDIAN
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000
SOL NELSON, VIGE-PRES.
H. B. CARPENTER, PRES.
J. W. HARRELL, Cashier.
Notary Public in Bank
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
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 tbt
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 building up a val
liable asset when you establish your
credit at a good bank.
IBANK IB!
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Heat and Lasts Longer than any Other Coal.
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Meridian, Idaho.
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Treasurer's Quarterly Financial Report, Village of Mian . 1
For Quarter Ending- April 30.1911;
Receipts,
Received during quarter $ 20'!.1 06 ■
Overdraft Apr. 1, tun, . . 1046 57
$.1730 6.1
Overdraft Ian. 1, ml;.• 21:5 05
Vouchers, to and including Apr. 1 5A
Sd7;» <*1
Ui iNI) FI Nil.
$64n 5i,
44Ö 83
450 14
Ba.ance on hand Jan. I, IBU,
Received during quarter.
Overdraft Apr. 1, 18U,.
Raid out, hv warrante. ,«1546 ;st
$ 1546 itl
1546 M
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SPRINKLING FUND, DISTRICT NO 1.
.$ »5 43
(jn hand Jau. 1, 1ÜU,,
Paid our. during quarter
On hand Apr. 1, tÿll ...
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76 18 j
$ 83,48!
$ 82 43
J. w. Hakkbll,
Treasurer uf the Village of Meridian,
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placing your order for building material.
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We lot Only late a Well Assorted Steel
of High Grade Lumber but we can also Quote you Low Pried
and Save you Money.
Our Careful Attention and Prompt Service I
are Features Worth Noting.
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least have one electric light and i
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BOISE, IDAHO.»
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Jewelry, 20 per cent oS for ^
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R. H. WILKINSON
1004 Main St., Boise, Idaho,

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