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WANTED^ FOR SALE, ETC TTRXTHJBE COR SALK. For Sale-Some household furni ture, consisting of dining table. 7 chairs, 2 rocker», 1 book-case, 1 stand table, J sanitary »much and mattress, 1 bed with springs and mattress, dresser. Also a mare, good single driver, and colt. Enquire of Mrs. J. F. Dixon, at. Ralph Hedges' property, ou west Broadway, Meridian. BIDS ON 811,0 WANTED. I wish bids for building complete a 100-ton silo uu uty ranch, one mile south of Meridian ROSE, 1'AKKINSON CO. M. F. Hicks, at the Meridian Auto Oarage, has the agency for the well known Chevrolet car. Call and see him. lfe also carries u full line of repair parts for all ears and guar antee» us tints non for all repair *ork. A FINE ASSORTMENT of ladles and misses Hummer Rats Call and til greatly reduced prices, let its show you what a nice hat you can get for auch a small amount. MRS. J. M. ANDERHON. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. t)|i(niaetr> menu« eye service." Notice TO KANCHERM AND FARMERS— He will trade pm Furniture, Stove*, Hmn«, anything lu our store for yetnr Rubber, Copper, lira»*, tIhl Iron, Sheep Felt*, Calf and Cow Hide*. Horse Hid«*, —or we will pay fMt, Call and *ee u* and Bring a Load to sell or trade with you. he BAILEY BROTHERS National Education iSHOClATION CONVENTION. PORTLAND, OREGON. .loi) 7lh. to HtU. Ktr«r>la*> via OREGON HIIORT LINE Ualoa Pacific System Ash agent* for rale*, selling data* and further detail*. THE CHAVTICIJCR IDEA FEE « V .] 0 4 is get tug iloiuiuuut lit millinery und In other things, but depend upon It lb er* will be no satisfied cbanticlers • -nor any other kind of içmltry, un ies» they happeu to he gettiug our Feed to keep them satisfied, beul tby, happy and well conditioned. U will save you money and the lives of your poultry to buy their feed her«. AGENTS FOR THE TULSO SILO Ttd* Kilo Is Strong and Durable; Con be put up or taken »town in half a day. Call and see us before buy ing a SUo Cheapest und Best. W* band)« BUtehford's Half ami Pig Meal. Phone 22 or coll on us when in need of COAL. We handle: Costla Gate, Keaimerer No. 5, Aber dm, Hack Hawk and Rock Springs A. KETCHEN & SON FLOCK (FEED AND SEED STORE Nwrt to Rat National But, MERIDIAN, IDAHO. * THE MERIDIAN TIMES Published Each Friday. $1.50 per Year; 75c for 0 Months. JOHN F. BAIRD, Publisher and Proprietor. THE .MERIDIAN TIMER IH NOW SI.50 A YEAR. This week starts on the last half of the year, and Is a favorable time to make a change. Times at M a year Is not a paying business, especially now when the high cost of living strikes the house hold of the editor, in addition to the Increased cost of paper and ink. It is not necessary to say more. After July 1st this parier goes to anyone In the United Stages for $1.50 per year, or 75o for six months. The only exception Is that where n sub scriber, before this time, paid for the paper in advance of July 1st, the subscription will be carried out at the $l per year price. Where the Times was ordered and not (slid for, the ehargehefore July 1st wilt he at the $1 rate, after July 1st, at the 51.50 rate. a The Meridian a JOHN F. BAIRD, Proprietor. MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES Elmer Sharp was at the Lake Low ell celebration tho Fourth. Mrs. John Beery la ill ut the family borne eaat of Meridan. in Mr*. Mary French and Mrs. Ben Lttsby were in Boise on the Fourth. D, A. Brewer asks that their paper he addressed to 223 Dearborn street, Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Max Milner detained Tuesday for Twin Falls, going over land. llurvey Powers is here rroni Ore ana, Idaho, to en.toy u brief visit with relatives. Ellis Jackson of Star visited here Friday with hts brother Orville Jack son Miss Grace Whitlock has succeeded Jack Estes us clerk in Beam's bak ery. Wllllm Derig, a member of the U. 8. R. S. force near Melba, was a visitor In Meridian Monday. O. C. Thurman left this week for Idaho Fulls, where he has accepted a position In a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Egbert visited hi Nampa on the 4th, as the guest of friends. Dell,Lewis urrlved from t'uscade Saturday evening for a visit friends. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl lllddlck visited at Sunnyslde Monday as the guests of friends. Mr and Mrs. Floyd Tolletli of Nam pa, visited here this week as the guest of relatives. County Coroner Clyde of Boise was a Meridian visitor last Friday. Summers Miss Karlen! Satoris, from Fay ette. is visiting ut the homo of Miss Myrtle Iteusiey. Nelson Voss enlisted in the navy this week, at the Boise recruiting station. Jus. Benson and family after buy ing spent six months in this vicinity huve departed for their home ut St. Joseph, Mo. J. II. Myers of Sprlngvlew, Neb., Is visiting here as the guest of O. E. Carpenter, the two being old Neb raska friends Harry Tolleth, accompanied byJtis fattier, George Tolleth, arrived last week from Fatrbury, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hickey are en joying u visit from David Sinclair, au old time friend, a re*d*»ut of New Orleans, La George Parkin has come in from his lands on Camas Prairie, near Hill City, for a brief stay at home. He says the hay crop Is fine over there. Mrs. J. W. Montgouory, from near the diversion dam, above Boise, re turned home Sunday after a short visit here with friends. From six to eight men of this com munity are known to be preparing to take the examination for rural carrier, on route No. 3. The "Caldwell Milling & Elevator Co." name haB been succeeded by "The Meridian Warehouse" as the title of the grain business here In charge of R. H. Bell. Leila Mortou is visiUnK with Lneile Baird and Paul Morton. I» or of on to and Mrs. L. J. Aker and little son left Thursday morning for a visit with friends at Ontario, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Teeter and children were in Nampa yesterday as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Ella Bartlett and daughter Virginia have returned home after visit with relatives at 'Cambridge. A young son of Ben F. Swann had hand badly lacternted in 4he pnlly of a hay derrick Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Lockwood and daugh ter Dorothy, left Thursday evening for Denver,to visit a month with rel atives. Marlon Pfost Is suffering pain and inconvenience as a result of having run the tine of a pltihfork through one of his fingers Saturday evening. Miss Lottie Gardner of Caldwell, who Is attending the normal at Boise was the guest of Miss Ina Waggoner Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Lattderhatigh celebrated the glottrlous Fourth of July by a trip by auto to Lake Low ell. They report a nice time. to an the ian and for, Falling from a horse Sunday ev ening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Alger, little Beat rice suffered it compound fracture the right arm Hurry Becker has arrived from Chicago, coining for the purpose of helping out his brother, C.E. Becker, who sustained a broken leg recently a fail from a load of hay. He re sides on the old Bickford ranch. Proceeds from, the ice cream and strawberry social held Frltjpy even ing on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Brown, amounted to $25. The proceeds go into the treas ury of the cemetery fund. Illness with a recurring stomach trouble ot long standing has made it necessary for Secretary G. A. Rem ington, of the Nampa & Meridian Ir rigation District, t'o remln at 'home for a rest for two weeks.« K. F. Hunt is now nearly recover ed front the illness which had confin ed him to his home for many weeks. He was able to make a trip to Boise Friday. A Chester Kalsnor, who has been em ployed in mechanical work with the road crews near liere, has enlisted in the army observation corps. He expects to leave to-day for Florida to report for duty. ' ' At of be of of Miss Lillian Hall of California has been engaged by trustees of „ the rural high school to take charge of the commercial department, which will be added to the courses offered the following yeur. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. J G Garrett, and children. Mrs. Iva Uarrett of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Robison und Mrs. Robison, enjoyed an outing to Shaf fer creek on the Fourth. I The ladies aid of the M. K. church will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Ellas Marsters, and will be in the nature of a lawn party. It will lie next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, und the hostesses will be Mrs. t'hurles Cairns und Mrs. Estes. W. U. Calnon, with his wife and daughter, is visiting here with his son, C.E.Calnon, at the ranch south west of town. Garver haul hay, the elder Calnon was Jerked from the load, as the team started suddenly. A physician was culled. While helping Mr. Merldl&nltes who went to Boise Saturday to see the show and attend to business matters, included Mrp. W. H. Peer and sons Francis aad Autln, Mrs. Ben Newell, Mrs. $. Matthews, Mrs. Frances Bailey, Mrs. C. It. Parker and children, Mrs. C.II. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hasen, Miss Viv ian Garrett, and Holly Howry. Mrs. Ivy Garrett, of Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dewhirst and daughter Miss Charlote. Mr. and Mrs. Ira B. Lane and Mrs. J. R. Clark visited on the Fourth at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Lane, near town. The death of Miss Vera Martha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joel T, Atkinson, occurred Monday after noon at the family home near the Blue Valley school. She was 16 years of age, and had been an Invalid all her life. Funeral services were held from the home at 3.30 o'clock Tuesday afteruoon, and burial was in the Joplin cemetery, near Eagle. notice to m. \v. a. members. H Meridian, Idaho, June 19, 1917. To the Consul and Members of Meridian Camp No. 6064, Modern Wodmen of America: We, the undersigned, your duly el ected and qualified Trustees, resj»ect fully submit the following Resolu tion for, your consideration and ap proval and adoption. Resolution. WHEREAS. Meridian Camp No. 6664. Modern -Woodmen of America, I» the lawful owner in fee simple ab solute of the north ninety (90) feet or Lot Seventeen (17) and all of Lot Eighteen (18) in Block Two ( 2 ) of the Original Townsite of the Vil lage of Mertdiun, Idaho, and WHEREAS, That portion of said Lot Seventeen (17) described as fol lows, lo-wlt: Beginning nt a point on the east line and thirty-five (35) feet from the northeast corner of said Lot Seventeen »17) thence south along said east line fifty-five (55) feet, thence west to the west line of said lot, thence north on said west line fifty five (55) feet, thence east to the place of beginning and the south eighty-five (85) feet of Lot Eighteen (18) Is unimproved prop erty and is not revenue producing, and WHEREAS, The same Is not nec essary to the convenience, mainten ance and support of the building lo cated on the north thirty-five (35) feet of said lots, and Whereas.ilt would be expedient and to the best Interest and advan tage of Meridian Camp No. 6664, Modern Woodmen of America to au thorize and instruct its Board of Trustees to sell and dispose of said unimproved portion of said lots for an amount not less than $800.00; THEREFORE, Be It resolved, By the Officers and Members of Merid ian Camp No. 6664, Modern Wood men of America, that the Board of Trustees, he authorized, emiwwered and instructed to sell the unimproved property herein destcribed, for the highest and best offer made there for, provided however, that said sum is not less than $800.00. Respectfully submitted, ROLLY HOWRY, IRA D. VOORHEES, ED HARTMAN, Board of Trustees. A FEW PRICES AT THE MERID IAN COMMISSARY. Polerine, 5 gallons, for . . . .$2.50 $ 1.00 Sttgar^ 11 pounds for. White Beans, some of these are split .at 15c per lb. Milk, 2 cans for ... Laundry Soap, cake Peas, per can . Matches, 6 boxes for 25c. 5c. 15c. .* 25c. S. A. WEBB. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS. » _ ' ' Next Sunday at 11 the subject will be: "Our Day of Opportunity." Diag nosis will be given to fit every case. At 8 the subject will he "The Orator of the Ages."The following songs will be sung from the canvas with the use of the stereoptlcon: "Jesus the Light of the World," "That Grand Word Whosoever," "Whiter than Snow." ANNOUNCEMENT. As t have bought th Brewer barber shop and am in charge of same I want to ask the citizens of this town and community for part of their bar ber work. The question same may have In mind is "Will he stay?" I want to answer this, by saying that when 1 left Meridian two years ago I left with the intention of coming back to Meridian to make my home. Best of treatment accorded to all. WV A. MULLINS. Sloan's Liniment for Rheumatism. The pain goes so quickly after you apply Sloan's Liniment for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, toothache, lum bago, sprains, and its so easy to use. It quickly penetrates and soothes without rubbing and is far cleaner and more effective than mttssy plas ters or ointments. Keep a bottle In the house and get prompt relief, not only from all nerve-pains hut from brnises.strains. sprains, over-exercise and all exter nal aches. At your druggist, 25c, 50c, $1.00. County Superintendent Vance asks that trustees Of school districts re port to her the needs for coal for this winter, so that fuel can be bought in co-operation. The National HI. Many people are handicapping them selves in the great struggle of life by wrong habits of eating. Overeating, by causing chronic food poisoning of the system, befogs the brain, steals away your energy, and makes toward failure. Autointoxication (food poi soning) is the title of the leading art icle In The Hygenist Magazine for July. Purchase a copy at your news stand, or send 10c to The Hygenist Publishing Co., Majestic Building, Denver, Colo. il SHOW YOUR PATRIOTISM H BUILD A HILO. Corn fodder cut and shocked and left, to the weather looses as high as 30 per rent of Its food value. Corn cut at proper time and placed in silo looses ap proximately 5 per cent of its food value. By building one of these silos you save 25 per cent of the food value of ~r r » » s P ID »# the fodder. For blue prints, material lists, anti If tallies of useful Information In re !» — ! i gat'd to this B. F. Hilo, write BOLSE-PAYETTE LUMBER CO., ri L - $ I BOISE, IDAHO. f U'üH ; a E. H. Taylor, SALEH MANAGER. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. The Payette Lake Club ON SHORE OF GREAT FAYETTE LAKE Idaho's Leading Summer Resort FINE NEW CLUB HOUSE NOW OFEN FOR SERVICE. Tents, Tent Houses, Furnished and Unfurnished. FISHING For terms and accommodations apply to THE FAYETTE CLUB, 018 Idaho Bldg., Boise Idaho HUNTING BOATING F. G. COTTINGHAM, LARDO, IDAHO. or Jl —ns Most ot toe Joys ot Lite -ARE FOUND IN - The Golden Brown Foam of Every Stein of HorljTBiTr Moot 1 m SERVED AT OUR FOUNTAIN. Ice Cold, Same Old Price, 5c. Beam's Bakery Xclali.G XXerid.ia,iiL, THE BEST PLAGE TO GET THE LUNCH FOR YOUR SALE. increase your Milk cneck By Spraying Your Cows with Deltoberts Fly Oil For Sale at The Turner Pharmacy Speed Up Make Yourself Efficient ! GJ£T UP IN THE MORNING FEELING FIT AND FINE. GO AT YOUR WORK WITH A VIM. j ! I MAKE EACH DAY COUNT. It's merely a matter of keep ing in condition, ami there's just »me way to accomplish this these hot. nights—SLEEP OUTDOORS where it's cool. Get a good night's rest. Build a Sleeping Porch Our "Customers Ahl" makes it easy and economical— . A REAL INVESTMENT. GEM STATE LUMBER CO. ■T—I -ga-TV:- MAX B. MILNER, MANAGER. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. I. B. LATNG Cisterns, Open WeUs, Septic Tank Work of All Kinds. MOST ANY WORK IN CEMENT. ■Give Me a Trial. Phone Humphrey's Garage, Meridian or 2330 J., Boise. GET YOUR LAUNDRY READY. The Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will call each Monday morning for your laundry, and return It Friday.Rough dry, 35c. a dozen. L. L. Gray, Propr. Oregon Short Line Trains. O. S. L. trains pass Meridian for Nampa as follows: 170—Connection No. 17 and 18, on main line 3.21 a. m. 174— Huntington passenger,7.81 am 176— Connection No. 4, 12.88 pm. 178— Connection No. 6 and 19, 4.86 pm. 180—Connection No. 6, 7.21 pm. O. S. L. trains pass Meridian for Boise as follows: No. 171—Connection from No. 17 and IS, 4.42 a. m. 173—Huntington passgr, 10.59 am 175— Connection No. 4, 1.47 pm. 177— Connection from No. 6 and 19 5.53 pm. 179— Con'ct from No. 6, westbound 8.48 pm. _ 400 TYPEWRITERS All kinds and grades, Remingtons $15 up. Instruction book with each machine. EMPIRE TYPE FOUNDRY Manufactureras of Type and Printers Supplies, Buffalo, N. Y.