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WANTED, FOU SADE, ETC
FOR H II.K—Tw*> young mrti'1—, wt
yearling ftlH«**-: !«<
»»« bay «let-rick,
I.T'o each; »«<
WtUNllltl o>lt»i
WMiifil«r;i one trtii»l«R mill.
M. H .MKHKK.V
Nampa, Idaho.
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Wanted to U»v. .">0 or 75 ton- of
Hay. near Meridian 1st orjd cutting.
Ptb'ine 4i. A II. fC^tea.
For gale 49 acre* of pasture land,
lag Hire at the Dec. F Edward* ranch
on R. D ï. Meridian.
For Hale 13 choice calves good
gradt. coming yearlings For sal*
die»« Issue Pfoat, a haif mile north
and a half mile «»*• of Meridian ot:
state highway
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To the I send Owners tt Itliln the PI**
new Irrigation IWetdft.
N lit ice is hereby given, that iht
l*fc»ueer Irrigation District assess
menu levied and aaseaaed In. t«l$
are now dne and payable at the offic«
of the Treasurer of said District a
the First National Dank. Caldwell
Idaho, and the maintenue, ** and bom
and Interest nsacesments may l*e tyui « '
>>atween the hours of 9: on a in. and
*1:9« p. m. on each and every day, ex
< «ptlng holidays, bet wenn now and
the third Monday of December. 19 18
anti up until six o'clock p. m. ot,

«aid third Monday of Decern ber, 19th
If not paid will become deitn
u lient at six o'clock I'. M on said
third Monday of Decent Iter, 1918
Provided, however, that if any per
son paving one liait' of said assess
ment« before they become delln
qtteut a* aforesaid, the rotnaliilut
one-half shall not become delinquent
»mill six o'tlocok P. M on the thlre
Monday of June. 1919
Further notice is hereby given, th«'
the assessments levied for the pay
tuent to the United States govern
mont for the amount dite on the cos»
of Arrowntck storage and limiting*
are now due and payable at said of
fie** of the Treasurer, and mast la
laid on or before the Fourth Monda.'
of November, 1918. amt If not pale
ut wild lime said assessment» becomt
detilui tient,
Dated November 8, 1918.
W. P. LYON.
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Col
lector tu gnd for Pioneer Irrlgatlot
District.
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In the Probate t '»itrt
County of Ada, »täte or Idaho
In tin* Matter ot the Estate of l.ydlt
A Moor- dvcv 4 iM*d
out« to Atvow Cause Why notai at
Hale of Real Estate Should Not ta
Made
Wtlltam 0. Dunbar, the Adintnla
trator of the Estate of Lydia A.Moort
deceased, having filed bla (ictitloi
her*ln praying for an order of «ult
ef the real e»t«t of Said decedent, fot
the purpose» «et forth
It i» threfnre ordered, by the «ale
Court, that all person* luterealed It
the »«tale of said dec-usd appear t*e
fore the said probst*- court on Thur«
day. the 19th day of December, 1918
at 19 o'clock iu the forenoon of aab
day. at the court room of said pro
bate court, at the county court hotuu
In the county of Ada, to *hnw ran*«
why au order should not la* grant«*«
to the »aid administrator lo sell si
much of the real estate of the sab
ceased a* shall ho nece-Mtry,
And that a copy of this order ta
Published at least once a
not 1«** than four ea|
in the Meridian Time«, a
printed and published in «aid Adt
County. Idaho, and that
ieted at least fly«
Ipior to »aid l»th day ot Doe«
1912.
Datei! November 14. 1918, •
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NEW TIME CARD ON THE
OREGON SHORT LINK
The »** train «M-heditle which be
cat»« effective t
Jane 8,1*11, made several change*.».
fellow*:
OMltuead—
No. 179 passe« Meridian af"l:8ti
a. m to connect with Noe 17, weal
bound, and It, east bound.at Nampa
No. Ill pease* Meridian at 12 Ot
E * la ronnta t with No 4.
the Short Line
i
bound.
No. 189
panas» lieridiau at 7:96
p. m to connect with No«. 5 and 1»
"•*< bound, and No. «, east bound
No. 174 (pony) pas»«» Meridian at
7:81
change. )
Returning from Nampa—
No. 171 passes Meridian
a. in after connecting with train IT.
w««t bound, and 18, east bound
No. 175 paasee Meridian at I:IJ
V tn- after connecting with No. 4
*-aat bound.
No. 177 passes Meridian at 8:53
e. tn. tor Huntington
( tiO
4:32
at
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p. at after connecting with No. 19 j
■ est bound, and No. 6, east bound |'
173 (pony) passes Meridian at
No
10.59 ». m. tno change.)
MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES
Prof. George Cou Id of Dnlse watt a
derhllan visitor Tuesday,
Mrs J, McCarthy unit family have
noved to route 4 Kutm
Miss Klakke was visiting In Boise
vlonday evening.
E. C. Pfaffle slid family have mov
'd to another residence in Boise at
(2wl Hayes street,
Mr. and Mrs Charles Howry of
laker City, Oregon, «re visiting here
vfth relftllves
L.
Russell It»« returned front a
tip to a Missouri Runltarlnm where
«• received treatment.
ï
It J Taylor, foreman of the Cap
iat New«, jeu» « visitor In Meridian
tu ndo y
Frank Brook hart has
coin plated
its work at Camp 3 at Bariter. Idaho,
ltd has lolneri his family in Merid
an
II. Harm» has purchased the Matt
ul cl arson property south of the OrtL
epot and 1» moving in town from
■ is rancit at Maple Grove
Ravmond Wolfe has commenced
he erection of a modern four-room
mngalow on his proper!ty In the
ont It east part of town.
Mrs. Wylie Leighton has received
cord that her brother, who was on
ils »ay to France, has been ordered
>«ck to the port of embarkation.
Roderick .Maw has Just had com
deted a modern bungalow on his
auch at Blue Valley and will take
-ussesslon In a few days.
Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Ulmer are bulld
iig a modern five room bungalow oil
heir ranch 2 $f miles south of Mer
it inn.
Mr. and Mrs D. W. Holman have
ecclved word that their son Willlum
s recovering from an attack of flto
Uintah influenza at tin- Moscow siule
intversity.
Fred Fenton write« an interesting
etter from France and says among
• her thing» that America I« lining a
Ig work In building und cleaning up
h*- cilles and country of France.
Arthur (larrett ha« received word
Tom hta sister Miss Vivian, who is
caching at the state agricultural eol
'pgo at Pullman, that she la just out
>! uaarautltte from the Spanish in
\u etwa
Word has been received from Voi
tov Walts that ho la
France,in the officers training school.
He says tho country there I« heantl
Ttl ami is covered with vineyards.
at Hutimur,
Selmar Knut, «ou who has been In
he convey
ervlee I« the navy, and
ha« made eight trips on tho U. S. 8.
'Mcduwusku'' has written to his par
ent* In Meridian, that he liua secured
i furlough and will he home In a
few day*.
Lorrlu t'aidwall In a recent letter
Turn Uant|> Meigs, Long Island. mty*
'hi-tv haw been several delay« in
heir Intended »lari for "over there"
tnd he very much doubt* If they will
to. The now* this week Indicates that
to more troops will he sent over for
»he present.
Word has been received from Mi»«
Winnie Baird, who I« teaching at
Hpokane, Wash., that «lie Is recover
; ng after two weeks lllnesa with the
4|>ant*h Influenza. She nays there
tre many cases, «orne fatal, In Sim
ian«*, hut that the wit nation looks
bet I er this week.
t»m McFarland tki.lm of
A SOUTHERN TRIP.
Mrs. Don McFarland has recently
received a letter from her husband
'«Ring of hta safe arrival at Camp
Buatlee. Virginia on Nov. 3d. He had
■een stationed at Fort Stevens, Oreg.,
when the entire 27th regiment of
which he was a mem tier was trans
ferred south
Mr. McFarland 1« In headquarter»
•oinpany consisting of picked men
•f the regiment. On the way south
tt Charleston, the train of 14 cars
*»» wrecked by a broken rail, and
12 ears left the track. Many of the
loldlors were bruised but none killed
>r severely injured.
EIGENE k \IDLER PI.AVS
ON RIG EOOT MALL TEAM
Eugene Kalgler sends his parents
i dipping from th* Daily Palo Alto
■Uaff. of Mtanford University, annou
tciug the military authorities of the
University ha%t> arranged with Berk
dey for a big foot tatll game between
be first teams of the two noted Cal
ifornia colleges, to tie pttlved at Herk
ley.
The Stanford team to rapreseut Ant
and Berkeley representing Calt
orulu The Uue up for Stanford fol
lows: On ends—Vaugh, Flood, Blat
<r aud Mangin. Quarter— Nuss and
tlolL Line— Hawley and Watts. Cen
er—Kalgler. Back-—Henry, Parker !
Coach. Lieutenant I
The Berkeley Uneup is j
Outstanding games for j
Rsnford Include Los Angeles and
Jan Francisco.
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Uadenocb.
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Itfport of the Contllitoo
il the
FIKWT NATIONAL IIWK Of MERIDIAN
«t Meridian. In the Hfate of Idaho, al the close ol lut«Ines« Nov. I, ISIS.
ïtEBO URGES
Liiaii* and discounts .
Customer»' Ilahlllty aceoum of ac
of thlM hank purchased or discounted hy It ¥ 9,208,09
Total loans , •.
Notes and Dill» rediscounted (other than
bank acceptances sold .
Overdrafts, unsecured.
r. 8. bonds (other than Liberty
secure circulation ....
C. 8. bonds and certificates of In
debtedness owned unpledged
« liberty Loan Bonds, 3%. 4, and
4 iji i»er cent, unpledged.
Liberty Loan Bonds. 3 Vi, 4 and
4 Vi tier cent, pledged to secure
Htatc and other deposits or hills
payable
. . . . $242,475.7
captances
*2'» 1.677.79
* 1 8,482.97
236,194.82
294.74
borids) deposited lo
. . $40,000.00
. 16,000.00
50,900.00
$12,292.93
22,292.05
.$ 10,600.00
7 Beenrtt les other than U. S. bonds »not Including stocks)
owned nnpledged .
9. Slock of Federal Heaerve Bank, (50 pr et of subscription)
10 Value of Banking House .
11 Furniture and fixture« .
5,833.79
1,500.00
10,000.00
5,683.32
7,804.05
12,090.17
40,471.44
Ural Estate owned other than banking house
13 Lawful Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
15, Cash lit vaults and n«t amounts due front national banks
16 Net amounts due from bank«,
bankers, and trust companle« other
titan included In Items 13, 14, or 15
Checks on other banks In the «ante city or
town a« returning bunk * ....
Tola I of Items 14, 16. 16, 17. and 18 ..»52,342.10
2o Redemption fund with IT. S.
Checks on hanks located outside of city or
town of reporting bank and other caalr Items
Treasurer and due front IT. 8. Treasurer ..
10,669.60
1,198.06
1,223.84
2 , 000:00
TOTAL
$407,268.88
LIABILITIES
24
Capital stock paid in .
Surplus fund .
26a Undivided profils .
b Less current expense«, Inter
est and taxes paid.
$ 40,000.60
15.000.00
23
$11,977.30
5,921.5«
6.055.80
40.0,00.00
218,173:46
18,092.30
2,629.46
13,223.9«
8>! Circulating notes outstanding .
34. Individual deposits subject (o check
35 Certificates of deposit due In lea« than 30 days
3 7 CttNltler's check« out«landing .
Stale, county or other municipal deposit«
Total demand deposits ....
42 Certificate« of deposit ....
Other time deposit» .
Total time deposits ....
. »252,119.18
9,371.20
24,712.70
4 5
.$34,083.90
Bills payable, with Federal Reserve Bank
51
20 , 000.00
TOTAL
$407,258.88
•'■7 Liabilities for rediscounts, indu ding those with Federal Re
serve hank
$35,482.97
State of Idaho, County of Adu, hb:
I. J. M. Dodds, CuHhler of the above named bank, do solemnly
that the above statement I« true to the best of mv knowledge and be
Hef* J. M. DODDS, Cushier.
Subscribed and sworn to before rnthis 14th day of November, 1918,
( Beal)
of Idaho.
Correct
s wen )■
ARTHUR FRAZIER.
Notary Public in and for the State
Residing at Meridian,Idaho.
Attest: 4. A. Fenton. E. H. Hardin, W ■ II. Davison, Director».
Notice I* Hereby Given
that the annual election will be held
In the Settlers Irrigation
on Tuesday, December 10, 1918, at
which election there will be elected
one director for Division No. 3 to
niicceod VV. 1), Barker, whose term of
office expires. December 31, 1918.
The following are the places desig
nated In the district for holding suld
election, to-wit:
Division No. 1 at the residence of
J. D. Zellof, situated lu the HW14
NWV4 o? Section 34, Twp. 4 N. R 1
B II. M
Division No, 2: at the office of the
District,
Settlors Irrigation District, viz: at
the rmtdmice of K.K. Untier, situated
in the W l i of BE $4 Sec. 25, Twp. 4
Dlvtalon No. 3: at the residence of
W. H. Hudson, situated iu S\V »:, of
NK 44 Sec. 27, Two 4 N R i Avest.
N. U. I west.
polls open at 8 o'clock a. ut. and con
Untie open until 7 o'clock p, m. the
same day, without closing the polls.
Said election will commence ami
At the «aine time and place will
also vote on a proposition author!*
We Make the
Largest and Best
Sale Lunches
. fill Fresti iron Our Bln Oven
And You Cannot Beat
Our Price ANYWHERE
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FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY
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Harness and Shoe Repairing a Specialty
Call and see me.
I will treat you tight. Shop
BROADWAY STREET MERIDIAN
on
I
iug the Board of Directors to enter
Into a contract withthe government
of the United States for water suffi
^at-igate
than 200 acres nor more than 6 40
acres of dry land tn the district, at
not to exceed $80 per-acre In 20 an
nual Installments, without interest,
and further authorizing the Hoard of
Directors to levy annual assessments
from year to year, against the land
benefited thereby, for the purpose
of making such payments, and the
payment of the maintenance, and any
and all additional charges that may
bo Incident thereto.
At the same time and place will
also vote on the proposition as to
whether the Board of Directors shall
take over and operate and maintain
the Zinger Lateral, and the main
tenance charges to be paid from the
general fand« of the District.
dent
to
less
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A Primary will be hold at tho res
M»»«0 of t; - «. Butler ut 2 o'clock
P. M. December 2, 19 18.
No registration will he, required hut
in lieu thereof all electors will be re
! united to subscribe lo an elector's
oath before casting Ms vote,
By order of the hoard of directors.
j Dated Nov. 11, 1918.
K. K. BUTLER. Secretary.
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HEAVY WORK CLOTHES
FOR OUTDOOR WEAR
O
U'K ARE PREPARED TO l-TRMSH VOI R NEEDS IN GOOD
WARM GARMENTS FOR OUTDOOR WEAR.
Mackinaws, priced from $41.50 to SI7.50.
Sheep lined Coats at $5.08 and $7.25
Stag Sliicts at
Heavy lined Vests at $0.50 and $7.50.
Corduroy Pants at
.Moleskin Pants at
$5.00
/
$4.00.
$:t.50
LET CS SHOW VOC
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GARRETTS
MERIDIAN'S REST STORE
FOURTH ISSUE OF BONDS HERE
^H OSE WHOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS
WERE PAID IN FULL THROUGH
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAN GET THEIR BONDS NOW.
THOSE PURCHASING ON THE
INSTALLMENT PLAN ARE RE
QUFSTETD TO MAKE PAYMENTS
BY NOVEMBER 21 ST.
The Bank wiU open each day at 9:00 a. m. and close at 4:00 p. m.
First National Bann oî Meridian
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