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Meridian Times
Select School Teacher»
The school board of distriot ,'!3
(Meridian) met Mqnday night and
hired the eight teachera required
A. W. Ful
for tbe coniiag year.
1er eighth grade teacher was re
tained and will be principal. Mra.
Bandall, Misa Casey, and Miss
Bess Cunningham were retained
for another year, while four new
tesobors, consisting of Miss Annie
p 8 yne, Boise; Mies Ferguson,
Herbine, Neb.; Miss Zook, Har
vsrd.'Neb.; and Mias Sebern, Me
ridian, Jwere^Jengaged. Charles
Pitcbsr was reappointed janitor.
The members of tbe rural high
»chool board met' in Meridian
Tuesday evening and reorganized.
Charles Howry, of Victory, was se
lected as chairman; Wni. More
land, of Locuet Grove, Clerk, and
J. W. Hudson, of Upper Fairview,
After organization the
board adjourned without taking
action on the selection of teachera.
This will be done' at the special
meeting to be called later.
In the mention of chairmen laBt
«eek, I. N. Martin was credited
from the Remington district. This
should have been E. C. Bickford,
who is the new chairman. Upper
Fairview bas organized and reap
pointed J. W. Hudson, chairman.
It is understood that this district
will take action, through a peti
tion, to withdraw from tbe high
»chool district. The people were
taken in against their will but
under the revised law, can separ
ate them8elrea from the district
by proper representation to the
county commissioners.
School Notes.
The eighth grade have been
taking the final examination the
pest two daya. These are tbe last
tubjeots that they have to finish
their grade. They took several
subjects the previous examina
tion and received some excellent
The agriculture class has
cured the lots weBt of Dr. Neal's
residence for experimenting in
agriculture. If you would like to
aee some ezpert gardening keep
your eye on this class and its
The high school will give the
Cantata, Belshazzar, on Friday
evening, May 12th.
week's paper.
Lost—Sunday morning, between
the Methodist church and E. F..
Hunt's residence, a brooch set
with diamond and pearls. A lib
wal reward will be paid for its
turn to E. F. Hunt's store.
See next
Record of Temperature
Meridian, Idaho. U. S. Weather
bureau thermometers;
Apr. 20
52 36
21 6o 28
22 70 35
« 73 . 37
24 77 43
.25 78 45
26 72 44
.06 cloudy
0 pteloudy
0 pt cloudy
0 clear
0 clear
0 pteloudy
T cloudy
A. W. Garrett,
Cooperative Observer.
v \
W* do « General Law Practice in all the
notice for publication.
«pertinent of the Interior,
United Stetes Land Office,
Boise, Idaho, March 15,1911.
fttuntrin' 8 K' ven that John L
No"x »S' 0( M e ridi »n. Idaho, R. F. D.
F l b ' lü -»08, tuade Homo
lo, wL K 0 ' ^»al No. 038Q6,
N., Section 15, Township 2,
»otic« T Bo* 86 Meridian, has filed
Proof /'"eet'on to make Final 5-y ::
•bove' Hu eSl folRim to the land
lad Re . n r r,b ^- before the Register
19th dav n/vi at Boise, Idaho, on the
U8 J of May, 1911.
-(uoru U u, n ii name ; s 118 witnesses: John W.
UfojL .„ lau i H. Moore, Thomas E.
kn»e °* Meridian, Idaho; Fred
' 01 Boise, Idaho
Wm. Baldertson,
Railroad Mon Coming.
7 ocloefa^p 7 ' V speda" V' ^
carryiruf tii * i L rftlri *
Oregon Shorfîr 1 the
^L^Z u Z r T y ' wi,,
taking « fivt ,. weJ ^ tnnr er9 «»
road on wh«t i , \ 'T* ,hH !
quainted" trin 8 C i ** H iet Ac ' I
General Sint \t 1H W1 1 he
general Supt. Munson, Don. Mgr.
Bancroft and others.
The hour's
stay in Merit'Kan will be sufficient
to hear the
recommendations of
citizens in
ïegard to improve
ments, arid suggestions for the
benefit of tl.» a-jrvice. The
ing of First. utn:et with
crossing ucrosn the tracks, the
parking of the depot grounds,
placing electrin lights in and near
the depot, these And other import
ant matters shotted be presented
to the officials, anti they promise
to giye such due rx nsideration.
Local Agent Fr.auk Williams
states that this would he a splen
did chance for giving the railroad
people an bleu of the needs of the
town in the^way of factori
well ns improvements, and that.
h suitable
es as
proper showing may result in
something of real valuer jn the fu
The invitation it general to
everyrr.ae to beat the depot at the
time otentioned and meet the vis
Notice is hereby given that
Boarfl of Trustees of School District
No. IS, Ada County, Idaho, wilt on the
8th day of May, 1911,
Hottl.e, in said Ada County, at 1 o'clock
]). i*i. sell to the highest bidder, the
folio wing negotiable coupon bonds, of
said School District, to-wit:
Fourteen bonds of the 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
yea rs, on the 1st day of July, 1926, or
within 5 years at the option of the said
school district, with interest not to
exi'eed six per centum per annum.
The Board «f Trustees reserves the
right ho reject any and all bids.
I he
at the Court
Done by the order of the Board of
Truste«» of School District No. IS,
County of Ada. State of Idaho, this 5th
day of April, 1911.
W. T. Evans.
Chm. of Board of Trustees.
M. Z. Davidson.
Clerk of Board of Trustees,
District No. 15, Ada Co. Ida.
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.
properly sworn to,
' ordering same,
All bills must be
and OK'd by party
By Order of the Board of County
E. F. Crawford,
Stephen Utter,
810 Main St.
Boise, Idaho.
Shots lor All the Familv
Red Cross Shoes for Women
Oxfurds $3.50, high shoes $4.
Walk-Over Shoes for men
Low or high, $3.50, $4 and $5.
Rubbsr boots for (he irrigating season;
A good rubber boot $3.50.
A Duck vamp Rolled edge boot $4.
Old Elm Pure gum boot, $5.
H. M. Hubert Shoe Co.
810 Main St., Boise.
T1,e öoi8e - pave «« Valley Spray
* Co. plant in Meridian has turned
° Ut H,,d ^ 1300 barrel» of lime
r l r ,phur to «- »•
el»«li.t. thle .pring, with which
! to combat ,he «an Jom scale,
' I This is double the amount of last
.for S„, J,»e
8oale * 8 practically completed now
lighting Orchard Pests.
with the exception of those places
where the work was not done and
the inspector has ordered such
places to be attended to at
The next work will be to look
to the coddling moth, and for this
arsenate of lead is used.
Fruit Inspector B, E. Rayburn
of l stick, who is tha deputy i
charge of inspection work in Ada
and Elmore counties, has been in
the Merician section for several
days, and he has sent out
notices to owners that they must
spray their trees or suffer the pen
alty for such neglect.
He says
he has found some old orchard
trees, in and near town, that
covered with scale, and he intends
that this vicinity shall be cleaned
tip this sprirg- He says it is not
too late to spray at any time, bnt a
better effect can be gained by
doing the work early in the
Commencing April 1, 1911, all
water users will tie charged for
water at the rate established, 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 of trust
Dated this 20th day of
March, 1911.
J. M. Anderson;
YV H. Peer, Clerk
J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of
Greensburg, Ky.,says: "We use Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in our own
h ousehol and know it is excellent." F or
sale by \V. M. A Hayden.
House Moving.
I am prepared to raise or move
your buildings. Give me a call
Ind. prone 166 red.
C F. Compton.
Siok headache results from a disor
dered condition of thejstomaeh, and can
be cured by the use of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
by W. M. A. Hayden.
Boise Valley Railroad Co.
In Effect September II, 1910.
Leaves Meridian
6:30 am
8:00 am
10:00 am
12:05 pm
2:00 pm
400 pm
6:00 pm
8:00 pm
Special Saturday car Boise to Merid
ian leaving Boise at 9:30, returning
leave Meridian 10:30 p. m.
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
Your dollar will cocao back to you if
you spend it in Meridian. It is
forever If you send it to a mail order
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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
Agnes Mason, Plaintiff,
Millen Mason, Defendant,
greeting to
The State of Idaho sends
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) alter the service on you of this
summons, if served withjn this district;
or if served opt of this district, within
forty day».
The said action is brought to
a decree of divorce dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now existing be
tween plaintiff and the defendant
the grounds of defendant's willful
desertion of plaintiff and failure to
provide her with the common
series of life for more than
one year
last past, and on the grounds of de
fendant's habitual intemperance: for
the custody of the mi> or child named
in the complaint, and for all
relief; all of which more fully appears
from plaintiff's complaint, a copy of
which is served herewith, hereby
ferred to and made a part hereof.
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 in the complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal
of tbe District Court of the Third Jud
icial District of the State of Idaho, in
and for the County of Ada, this 28th
day of March, in the year of our
Lord one thousand nine hundred and
Stephen Utter, Clerk,
By Otto F. Peterson,
Deputy Clerk.
Clifton & Hudson,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Residing at Boi*e, Idaho,
Date of first publication, April 7,1911.
Date of last publication, May 12, 1911 .
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Superb showing of girls'
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Exclusive agents for Dugan & Hudson j
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