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The Meridian Times
NO. 23.
MERIDIAN. ADA COUNTT, IDAHO. FRIDA V. OCTOBER II. 1»IM.
VOLUME X.
WCAR^
This
Button
Buy a
Bo/id I
Today
versity
is
quota.
Fourth Liberty Loan
lands
hard
OUR DISTRICT NOW HAS
TOTAL OF »2IMHIO.OO.
The Liberty Loan campaign has
not progressed this week as it should
hut some nice subscriptions were re
ceived. A total for district No. 33
of $29,000 is reported by Captain
Arthur Frazier.
Among the subscriptions over $100
were the following:
J. W. Kaigler. $000.
Q. A. Remington Executor, f täfln.
Minnie Melius, $ZfiO.
Elizabeth Boyer, $50o.
T. M. Haahbarger, $ 000 .
In
tions
way
grass
late
sheep
if
,s
been
ations
crops.
It Is planned to make a canvass
before the campaign is through, aud
give every person who is aide a
chance to voluntarily subscribe. It
not, the person will be referred tot
the Ada council of defense commit
tee, for Investigation. W. N. Sweet
of Boise, is chairman of this com
mittee.
to
A.
R.
BIG CELEBRATION WAS
A LITTLE AHEAD OF TIME
Phone information was sent out
from Boise late Saturday night tell
ing of the capitulation of the ger
mans and that the war was over.Mer
idian received the news gladly but
did not enthuse until more reliable
data was at hand. In Boise and
Nami>a however the bands were out
and there was a big jollification.The
next day—well, it was discovered that
germa ny was not ready yet to quit,
and the huns were still on the job.
There is importance however in all
this peace talk—it means that the end
is not far of, maybe this fall, but per
haps not until more brave men meet
death on the field of battle.
ing
per
the
is
all
ical
on
R.
.ALL PUBLIC PLACES
CLOSED FOR A TI.ME
By an order from the state board
of health, in effect to-day ( Friday
al li^tblic places are closed, as a
health measure, as a result of the
appearance of the Spanish influenza.
Dr. E. T. Biwer, secrctry of the
stale board, says;
"The closing order applies to all
public gatherings for whatsoever
purpose—all theatres, dance halls,
churches. Natatorium, Liberty Loan
rallies, political rallies—in fact all
indoor meetings, public and private
schools alone excepted."
I
LIEUTENANT FRENCH 18
WOUNDED THE SECOND TIME
Lieut. Archie French, a Meridian
man, who is with the American mil
itary fore»« in France, was seriously
wounded the second time in a battle
with the Germans Sept. 16th. Advice
to this effect was received this week
rrom the war department by
Mary French,the mother of the young
man. residing north of Meridian. In
a gallant attack of the
forces ou the German
months ago Lieutenant French was
severely wounded that he remain
ed in the hospital four months, and
1t was only recently that he was able
to return to active duty.
Mrs.
American
front some
so
Farm sales are of frequent occur
rence in the Meridian country. Dur
ing the past few months many home
seekers from Texas. Kansas and Ok
lahoma. have located in ihis sectiou.
They come because of the droughts
these states have
exTediencetl the
It is said that this sectiou
l»ast year,
has received a greater immigration
the past year than for several years
past.
M. E. Church Heins.
According to orders sent out from
the office of the state board of health
all places of assemblage are close«!
for a time, with the exception of the
public and private schools.
The Methodist Episcopal church
will not hold services of any kind un
Spantsh influen
til further notice.
has become an epidemic to an al
rmlng extent throughout the Unitetl
States, and the state board of health
za
a
has taken this action as a preventa
tive measure, with the hope that Id
aho mav escape with as small a uum
ni» ,n
her of cases as possible. All citizens
are called upon to eo-operuie to «hat
end.
EDITORIAL MENTION.
The collegiate section of the Uni
versity of Idaho army training corps
is rapidly reaching the limit of ft«
quota. To-morrow is the last day for
applications.
The recent rains have been very
welcome especially ou the dry farm
lands where the soil was dry and
hard and difficult to work. Soil con
ditions are now much improved and
plowing and seeding are in full blast.
Most of the silo filling is completed
In the Meridian section. Range condi
tions are improving, however, in a
way most pleasing to stockmen. New
grass is making rapid growth and
late fall feed is excellent. Cattle aud
sheep are in good condition.
The rains of the past week have
interfered somewhat with the curing
if the third cutting of alfalfa and
,s crop has been slightly damaged,
ii.e from this, the weather has
been favorable for all farm oper
ations aud also for maturing of fail
crops.
_ « _
The Ada county draft board ha»
selected the following men to go to
Vancouver barracks, Oct. 14 and l.T,
to enter the spruce division: Rubin
A. Howry, Meridiau: Otto
R. D. 5. Boise: Orville A. Kennedy,
Muller,
Barber; Hector J. Danost, Barber;
Glenn E. Seberu, Meridiau.
Apple packing around Meridian
continues and good headway is be
ing made In the work. The crop is
about as much as expected—about 20
per cent of normal. The quality of
the crop is good, except that there
is an unusually heavy percentage of
wormy apples.
The Ada county draft board has
selected the following registered men
all from Meridian, to make up the
county's quota to enter the mechan
ical training department at Moscow
on October loth: Robin S. French,
R. 1; Otis W. Waitley; John Wolf
kiel. R. 1; Willis T. Cato; Ezra A.
Plant. R. 3.
R. H. DUNLAP.
Candidate for Re-Election
Probate Judge, Ada County
To the Voters of Ada County.
Having been nominated for re-elect
ion as Probate Judge I desire to call
the attention of the voters of Ada
county, to my record in this offiee,
which I feel sure, was the control
ling consideration which brought me
the Democratic nomination, without
a contest, in the recent primary el
ection.
I thiuk my experience as judge or
this court, qualifies me for the effi
cient and economical discharge of its
duties. In other words. I suggest the
wisdom of keeping in a judicial of
ficer. who handles the business of
the widow and the orphan:one whose
demonstrated
fitness has been
actual trial and experience.
by
I have endeavored at all times to
the
meet and treat the public courteous
ly. I want to deserve this reputation
and aim to merit it. My duties re
quire close attention at my office, and
I shall have very little opportunity
to meet the voters so I invite an in
vestigation of my record and shall
appreciate the suport of all those
to whom it appeals.
un
al
Very Respectfully.
R. H. DUNLAP.
Id
G. E. Electric Stove,
FOR SALE
3 plate, good oven, with installation
List price $Tä.00, without conduit,
WU| ^ for $r> - rompl , u Enquire
«hat TinirÄ office or Mrs. Briggs, al
Idaho Power Co., Boise.
THE SITUATION
!
, b> Rev. Chau lew A. (yiiiini. Castor of M. K CliHrch, Vlalitlaii,
>
JU8T NOW all eyes are turned to
ward Washington and Berlin.
For more than four long and drea •
ful years, two great and powerful
armies have been in a life and deaib
struggle. Cermanv has everted every
ounce of her strength to overconi.«
an ever-increasing army of the aliie*.
but has now lost the advantage of of
fensive aotiou. and is now on the de
fensive.
Every day sees her once proud and
well-trained army falling back from
one position of defense to another,
until the retreat amounts to almost a
rout.
The german war lords see this and
are in dire straits for reserves. As
a result Bulgaria has surrenderee.
Turkey will soon follow, and in less
than six months from now, Austria
Hungary will be asked by these same
masters to do likewise, thus bolster
ing up a now badly-defeated german
war machinç, and from every appear
ance the decisive battle that will end
this war and bring in an era of world
peace WILL BE FOUGHT ON GER
MAN SOIL.
It Is well for us Americans not to
Vie too optimistic. The war is not at
an end yet. The hardest tiattles are
yet to be fought. Thousands of men
who are now in cantonment camps
and at home, must go to the front,
and we will need to support them
by Increased production of ail crops.
Also by the purchase of LIBERTY
BONDS AND THRIFT STAMPS.
Let here be no cessation of our ac
tivities here, but rather increase
them. Let Berlin and Washington
know that the last man. woman and
child is a willing volunteer in this
igantic struggle, until the enemy is
crushed and peace is secured.
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The Feurth Liberty l.«an is the first iteiu on the program
ef national war finance since the announcement of our inteu
Fraiiee ami finish the war
to its call for our dollars our
of
tiou to put fiv* milium men in
naxt vrsr. On our reepomm
friends ami enemies will judge of our aimenty ami earnestness
in making that pledge.
The nation's resource* are ample.
Loan depends on our converting a share of
Nothing more.
by
The success of the
to
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and
in
shall
those
Fourth Lilmrty
those resources into Fourth Liberty Bouds
The loan should he subscribed the first day ami oversub
scribed the secoud day.
Buy Liberty Bouds.
Don't be a Turtle.
Tolleths
SERVICE
QUALITY
PRICES
Stove,
The autumn mu) whiter woolen« recently »eut u» by K. 1 « I Bit I.
CO. are the haudaume«« ever shown in Meridian and reasonably priced.
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Where The People 1 rode
it
KING COAL
Place your orders now for Coal,
either lump or stove size. We can
fill them.
Fuel Money Saved
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Cook and bake with
V the gas part of your
fuel wasted by all other
'J ranges. Stop those fuel dol
lars that are now flying up
the chimney unsaved. Install
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Down Draft Range
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in your kitchen and the fuel saved will soon pay
the first cost. Notice the large Sanitary polished top
(no stove blacking; the Sanitary Smooth nickeling and Black Enam
eled reservoir top. Put this Sanitary Range m your home.
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Hardware Co.
IDAHO.
MERIDIAN,
GO TO RIFE & ROBERTSON'S FOR
fj
School Supplies
J
A nice line of tablets, inks,
pens, pencils, etc.
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Fine Stock o! Groceries
We don't keep groceries—we sell them.
Bring us your Butter
and Eggs
Go-Operative
Mercantile Go.
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MERIDIAN, IDAHO
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SPECIAL NOTICE
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ALL EXt HANGES OF :1V; PER
PENT AND t PER UK XT LIBERTY
BONDS FOR HIGHER INTEREST
MI ST BE MADE REEoRE Not EM
BER IITI1.
BRING THEM IN AT ON« E.
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STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
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