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2! tons alfalfa
IH HALF
A two
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At Hargent ranch,
ist of Meridian tit
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For live
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lit Ion J M JOHNSON, ■
Mondial
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H It No,
I« In the west pari !
slender chain.
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with
the «!/.■ of n Half dol '
tn one side, oao»y design
r-t with 13 brilliant* and'
child's phot
«* at Time* office and n !
or Mrs Ells ft Hem
Meridian
sin
Finder will
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.ward
ne
modern residence oil.
Plue street*, j
W II JOHNS i
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Sal« WP
of Fourth and
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with large onyx set
Her can have name hv paying ;
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13
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or
ground and 7 ready for.
Kies «outhesst of Mnrld- 1 <
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mm, 4
ian C I» DAY. 57« N High Htreet
pi
il. Oregon
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Three dozen 'white Ley,
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•'or Knh
Young hens
plaie '> miles east and a halt
mill of Meridian, MRS C J
RARCt'ft. Phone 26s It
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Kal<- Some first-class alfalfa
Fin» and seroud cult Ing On
Hk- ranch \ tulle southwest of Mer
id ta h Or phone 38 J Mrs Frank
Robison
For
hav
of
For
Hate M> modern house on
gut where It It Hell 1* now
Price »251)0. Terms
L t HIM ft. Meridisn. Idaho
Rvin
Hay for Hale
alfalfa hi
and 3 % mtlA* west of Meridian, lid
per ton. Write Nelson Freeland. #<Ht
Bo, f£tb Hots.-, Idaho
19 tons of Hrst-elats
On ranch 3 mile* south
s< Two 250 tegg Criterion
and «im I (IDO chick Bland
ard brooder and stove
Q B BT AN FIELD, Meridian R D. 1
For Hal.
Wanted, to purchase from owner
Al Improved 40. 0, ft. Talley, box
1S7. Ht. 2. Meridian. Phone 5iri
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fill -dj RANCH EGGS and butter*
tn
Merld
Top prices
eft In exchange
gg arket.
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lan M
Taken Up One black mare, 94M)
jHMitid» weight, u* brand*, two wire
taken up February H,
1919, at my place three-fourth» mile
MtMUh of Ten Mile crossing near Hetu
Owncr can ha Ye »time
paying charge» W. P KIEBT.
are
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y who borrowed the extra
older from the Times office
n the *aau\ wo will be
we will not
o why It w
If
ail step I
.til relui
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any qiu**
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It you wish mo
e home reading (or
evening* the Time*
Popular Monthly.
Nu* Household, the Gen
Time» all for «ne lu
ti must call, soon,
ill furnish 1
orne Uft
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FOR SALK
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choice registered fthrop- j
and 40 Registered [lamp- j In
alao 20 Hampshire* not '
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hit* to »ult purchaMtr
February lamb*.
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Marldiau
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Has Loraied hi MeehtlttU Per lue» eut
I». and I* Read» to Au«wer 4 all*. I
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oi I D I IN PARKIN Mi I,uni ng
u*Mtt 5 Meridian. Idaho
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live IStwi|alll
tin Monday. Wed j
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i'.rt»a I* 6j Hotel, Mertdtttu.
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Boise Valley Realty Co.
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l* prepared to list your pro part y for
i .u aw j Bee rtMMu Qt !
•-at# or rent,
«®|*. uo Sex-Olid si rrrt, near Firttt
Natkozl lie»k, Merhitan.
ha « » 40 or *0 to sell matt i
*• «">«9 * or ho to r#u 4 can t
UäI th# vritl} ttf W«
ayer* for several good Alt
if
'( j for
fep I
g several residence proport Mi
In Meridian for »alo. Good bargain»
and good term*
Do you want to reut your fars»? Liât !
It *■' e will aecure a rent
at iinioi-dlaiely V\V have * idg jvail
iMM Hal
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MK H IIH AN LOCAL SLAVS'
! George K. Atwater of lYotur whs In
nur pi Id»! Saturday.
Horn, February I7tli, to Mr and
a (laughter.
A. !.. Halt rock, who lia* been ao 111 1
I« emdimlly gaining hl» health
Mr* U \\
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t ail (link, residing t Vs mile» north
of M-rldhtn, la III With Influenza.
Jolut anti YVIltle Jones are here from j
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Mr. arid Mr«. H A. Church of Htttr
wm hew Wednesday
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Joe Marconi residing north of M#r»
| idtan, I* serlooaly HI tylth Itiflugnaa.
their ranch on ftnake river
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J M Anderaon Is gradually recover
(lug his health after u severe nick
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Mr and Mrs Of is Rife let! last evon
, ing for Mountain Home to visit with
i relative» fr a few days.
!
liiwktll Jones has returned from
Oregon, where he has been era ployed
' during the winter
!
Lluyd Ht et i who has been employed
In the shipyards ndar port laud, has
returned home.
Mr and Mr*. JC- <'■ Pfftffle and
j daughter Carolyn, were tn Meridian
Sunday.
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Mrif. Jam»» Flood Is building a
neat bungalow on lots she has ptir
i chased In the oast part of tow n.
;
Miss Pearl Vickers of Boise Is the
guest of her sister Mrs Percy McFar
land
Mrs. Ackerman, of Orund Junction,
< ' olo > •* visiting her daughter, Mrs.
f), L. Dutton.
Mr* Willard Turner and Mrs. Ethel
Lockwood altatulud a meeting of the
Eastern War at Nampa Monday ev
ening.
Mr* Moffett, after a iwu-waeks
vi*U with her sister. Mr*. C. 1,. llut
lon. left for her home al Grand
Junction, Colo., Thursday.
The family of J. M Johnson, an
engineer on the Short Line, has
taken charge of the ranch a mile east
of Meridian purchased of Isaac Pfost.
Ai tlii' U W. A meeting Tuesday
night the lodge received three new
mem tier*. Several visitors were iwes
ent from the Cablwell camp.
P J Johnson left Wednesday for
Council Bluffs, Iowa, where he will
visit a son He will probably lie gone
until fall
Mr* II. T. Cook and children of
Boise were visitors in Meridian the
week end, the guests of Mrs. J. M.
Anderson.
Mrs. M T List, wife of the propri
etor of the Meridian meat market, la
seriously 111 at her home with pneu
monia
B. P. ftlffert. an electrician, I« a re
eent arrival In Meridian und ex pect«
tn be permanently established here
See hi* announcement in another
column of thl* paper.
Attention Is called to tho coiuhlned
public »ale advertisement of H. 4L
Williams. Jnllllt Jepsen and J. W.
Dlediker at McDermott, Friday,
February 28th,
The Union Pacific system is Issu
ing monthly a farm market bulletin,
for the betterment of live stock and
tpire food conditions. They may he
obtained at the local depot.
Wttrd ha» been received by O. K.
Knutson that his «on Arthur has ur
rived tu New York from over seas.
Arthur has received a wound stripe,
receiving a hnn bullet during the last
hour* of the war. He will be home
lu the course of a few week*,
Johnny Williamson and Dan Ray
mond were among the boy* who ur
i rived home this week from the sol
j (ra | l)lHK They had been
j In Virginia, and had performed their
' hit for Uncle Satu In the time of act'd,
i The I toy* are very glad to get home.
Revival meeting» are living held
j thl* week *| the Nuzarene church In
1 Meridian On account of Rlnos« In
the family, Mra. Wines, th.« wang.el
| tat. ha* remained w|th her daughter
In Nampa, but la »xpeetad here Suu
| day

I 4 'K»rle* Huntington, a highly yi*
» peeled pioneer citizen of the Ten
Mile community, died ftunday. from
heart failure. HI* death la mourned
ny a widow and iteveral children In
i teruieiit »•« at Morrta HfH Tueatlay
Mr Huntington wa* a former county
commissioner for Ada county.
.1 It Ruaaelt,. father of lieu Russell,
«he painter, started for another trip
to the sanitarium In Mlaaouri, for
treatatant far thv cauceroua growth
on Ilia fate Ron*'* lp*Plng that he
get» a cure this time.
.
Fourteen hundred boxes of cheese
valued at 432,000, was shipped from <
the .Meridian cheese factory this I
week. The weight of tlu* shipments j
Aggregated 91.000 pounds
YVord has I »een received by Allen
r U .""I who ls ,«
t mut* pjx, N j , in to arrlv#
homo room. Dru# #uUBt#d In ih#
navy
a * huu fleur and 1* now driving
for the captain of bis company,
('. F. Avzi has added a wood work
lug etiuipmeni to hi* »hop, on the
state highway. In Meridian, and I*
propajeJ in f.tinUli »rreeu door . and
wludow«.
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(aci ali kind » u I » *>ug nark
iii :
Chrhdhtit < Imidi UfBK.
BIN* school 10 a.m.
Preaching I I «ni and 7.30 pm.
Christian Endeavor 0.30 p, m
Mill V. eeH service Thursdays, 7.30
Choir retiesrs*l Thursday evening
til close of prayer mooting.
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Sermon »Object», Sunday, Morning :
a sermoîi on "Faith." Evening, "The
i Anal. val» of Hitt." The evening anhjnet
I» U»« continuation pf Ihn) Sunday'*
m rntort, "The Devil's Reception."
Mr. 4 (•»»»• Hedge* will ging at the
morning worship and Mr. Moll will
aing at the evening service. Von are
Invited to he one to help make tip
the large audience» which are attend
ing
ThIs Friday evening the Loyal Bor*
j can eins» of the Bilde school (Young
! married folk» I will hold their bust
[ ties* meeting and social In the has©
trient of the church Vou are wel
come:,
CARMAN 13. MRUs Pastor.
TO ENCOCHAGE BOVS
AM) GIKI.H CM It WORK.
At a meeting of the Parent-Tcaeh
ors Circle of Meridian at the Merid
ian high school Inst Thursday evert
ing, Mrs. [,ucy Yforipti presided. ln
toreatlng tg|k* wor« mad« by J. M
l>odt)s. of tho First National Hank,
am) A II ftinutnrt, of the Meridian
state Hank, relative to financing th* 1
hoy» and girls In their various pro
ject# for this year, if the hoys or girl»
wish to Invest In pig« or calves the
hanks will see them through Hie v«n
tu re.
Gold pins were presented the child
ren for completing work required
during the past season.
A program of music and readings
was enjoyed by the good-sized aud
ience present, This was given by tho
pupils of the schools. Luncheon was
served by the domestic science girls.
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MERIDIAN THEATRE -
HATf flRAY, MARCH BSD.
CHARLEY | R t Pf.i v |tfM|:ifv
—-"'AN AW* -•
Also "Ofher Men'* Daughters"
Featuring Peggy Hyland- Tllht is a
good picture program.
Admission, fOe anil Bile,
Sale of H. G. Williams, J. Jepsen, J.W.Diediker
As w e have «old our ranches tho undersigned will sell without'reserve at
the Williams ranch at McDermott station, on the Interurban stub, four
miles west and I Vâ miles north of Meridian, 2 miles due west of Victory
school house, on
FRIDAY, FEBRI ARV 2«, lOfO,
iM'gliuilug at lia. in. with a big free lunch at noon, the follow tug prop
erty :
H. G. U It,LI.VMS WILL HELL
ONE FAIR OF GOOD MIX < KhThIX I A!!M> U 8KA'KN YRS OLD, VVT. BOOO.
ONE PAIR OF HLACK MA It EH, SIX AND H) YR OLD WEIGHT ABOUT
«IHK) l*OVNI)H.
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ONE 41001) WORK HOItHE, WEIGHT AltOl'T 1104) POUNDS.
ONE COMING THREE Vit. OLD DRAFT GELDING, A GOOD ONE.
FOfH TWO-VEVIt-OLD MARE COLTS.
TWO miming two-year-old colts.
ripTfiKty HJ34IJ of Hops, jC'onsistlng of:'
THREE 0<M>l> ITH'ANH f 'H|NA iJOWH ANp TWO GOOR RED 11HOOD
HOWS AND TEN FOLA-VÏ» CHINA SHOATS, WT. tjIXTV L1J8 EACH.
TWELVE HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE, CONSISTING OF:-
ELEVEN COMING ONE and TWO year 0M» HEIFERS. Mnstiy bred.
ONE GOOD YEARLING RI'Me
ONE CHAMPION MOWER.
A FEW WHITE LEGHORN HENH.
TWO SETH OF HEAVY HARNESS.
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ONE H-1NCH HANG PLOWv
HOME RED CLOVER SEED.
ONE OLD WAGON,
-o
- JOHN 4KPHKN WILL HELL -
ONE STUD TEN Y KAHN OLD, W4JT IHtM) LBS., QUIET AND GENTIJO
IN EVERY WAY.
A GOOD imi KOKU AM) A GOOD WOHKRR.
WORKS ANYWHERE AND WITH ANY HORSE.
ONE HAY MAKE, TEN YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 134)0 POUNDS .
<»NK GRAY MARK, TEN YEARS OLD, WKI4JHT IÜ4M) FOUNDS.
4)NK 4'HKHTNUT MARE, TEN YEARS 4>LD. WRIGHT I44M) I*Ol*NDH.
4)NK 111,A4'K IIOItHE, FIVE YEARN OLD, WKI4JHT 144)4) l*4)UNDS.
ON K IILA4K FI L LEY, THREE YEARS OLD, WEIGHT 1300 FOUNDS. '
ONE HAY HORNE 4'4)LT, TWO YEARS OLD.
ONE ItLAI'K 4'OLT, ONE YEAR OLI).
ONE 4X)W SIX YEARS OLD, FRESH IN NOV. AND RRKI) AGAIN.
ONE 4X>LT THREE MONTHS OLD.
MACHINERY:—
HEERING HINDER, SIX F4)OT CUT, IN G4H)I) RUNNING ORDER .
ONE ACME MOWER, GOOD AS NEW.
ONE SEVEN-FOOT DISC, G4M>I> AS NEW.
TWO-SKtTIJ)N MARROW, GOOD AH NEW.
ONE WAGON, WITH RACK, IN G(S)l) SHAPE.
ONE 3M-INCH STUDERAKER WAGON, WITH RED.
ONE JOHN DEERE DISC GANG l*L4)W.
ONE TWELVE-INCH WALKING PLOW. WITH THREE SHARES.
ONE THREE-ltl IlNER KEROSENE OIL BURNER.
TWO f*FTft GOtm WORK HARNESS
SHO>KlJ4 .IXtRKs, NUM^HOI'S OTHER ARTICIJ3S.
ONE LKVKLER.
f W. if if if IK ER WILL self
IFAD OF RFGlSTKjlKi) SH
WILL HAYÏL0IBSBY DA
F>RBI P.4|tT HE t|AH|'Hl
NINETEEN II
OF THEM
UW'R THE
FROM TWO TO FO» H V
YLS4I SIXTEEN HEAD OF
THEM ARK ELIGABLK TO REGISTRY'.
It
S, MORT
THE ILU,
RANGE
ok>Vle, yni
THJSpeWr
Rh OF AGE AMI ARE Gtk)|) r ONKS.
LAST SPRING EWE 1.Amr4, P.VbT 4>F
M) REGISTRY. FART ARE FFURUAhV
LAMBS AND FART ARK LATER. -ALSO ONE BUCK——T
TERMS:8 MOS. AT 8 PER C'T. USUAL CONDITIONS. SEE BILLS.
COI,. E, MARSTERs * SON, AUCTIONEERS .
ARTHUR FRAZIER, CLERK.
WE HAVE THE EXCLI'MIYTS SALF7 IN THIS VICINITY FOR THE
e
. WELL-KNOWN AM» HKM.YIU.E—
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TOILET ARTICLES, Y VI) HI UBER SUNDRIES.
The Turner Pharmacy
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
Ster*
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*L W. HEDGES HAH I
FOKDHON TillCKH OX HAND
I have on hand for Immediate de
livery rive Fordson Tractor» Merid
ian's allotment for Immediate dellv*
ery,
Also Ford Trucks, Touring Cara.
Roadsters, on hand.
Hee J. W. HEDGES, Meridian The
atre Building, or Rhone 541 R.
H44**4*444«*m4*mm44
ELECTRIC WIRING
-OF
RESIDENCES
MOTORS
RANGES
HUM I It W ORK
E. P. Siffert,
Meridian.
In the Justice's Court
of Holsc Precinct, County of Ada,
State of Idaho, before Geo. fL Rust,
Justice of the Peace.
Harris French and Jessie Scranton,
Partners, as French and Scranton,
Plaintiffs, vs Fred Fife. Defendant,
Allas Summons I copy),
The state of Idaho sends greetings
to the above named defendant: You
are hereby summoned to appear In
th« above entitled court to he held
al 886 Sonna building, Boise, Idaho,
III said precinct In the above entitled
cause at 10 o'clock A. M. upon the
"4th day of April, 1919, and answer
plaintiff's complaint on file in Bald
court or plaintiff will take Judgment
against you as prayed for in said
complaint, to-wit: for Thirty-two
and ÖG-100 Dollars, Including inter
est, and Ten Dollars attorney's fees,
and for costs of suit.
The complaint on file herein, a copy
of which Is served herewith, is here
by referred to and made a part here
of for a statement of the plaintiff's
cause of aclion.
Witness my hand this 4th day of
February, 1919.
GteORflK ff. RUST,
Justice qf tfie Pcape.
Harry S. Kessler & Pan) Pjzey, At*
tunieys f Pr P|afnt|ffs, Boise, Idaho.
Qff|ce: <119-623 Empire Building.
12-61
to §ilks
This Is going to he a season of Hllks—and we are prepared to
supply you with good, serviceable silks in Messnlines, Taffetas,
Poplin, Cre|te tie Chenes, Pongee«, and Jap in all the best colors.
where
Our Hllks were not bought for Special Sale purposes
uuality Is sacrificed for prices—hut you can dcpentl on silk that
we sell you to lie of the very best (|iiallty and at a reasonable
price.
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—— LET VS SHOW YOU AND BE CONVINCED
Barretts
MERIDIAN'S
BEST STORE
Motorists are Watching Tires This Year
As Never Before
They are learning that outward ap
pearances don't make a tire— that
some tires never live up to their
gugraptpes—•
Al»d they're learning that other (ires
have stamina built Into them,
They're learning why Goodrich sent
48 Test Cars over 1,000,000 miles,
last year just wearing out tires.Good
rich, always a lap ahead of the field,
determined to know definitely
whetlier Goodrich Tires were as good
as they thought they were.
They fourni them better. But those
Goodrich experts learned things about
tires that they hail never known be
fore—things that they nave now eul
bodied into the tires on our shelves.
Goodrich is watching tires—and the
improvements you have made you
can get only In Goodrich Road Test
ed Tires.
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MATLOCK GARAGE
MERIDIAN, IDARO
Save for a Purpose
During the past year and a half, you
purpose hack, of your thrift amt
savovl to win tlie war. There was
a
sav Injç.^
You learned that you ean save, even under trying conditions
easier to save from now on, mid we .>
of thrift.
Have a purpose for saving-more bonds, a cash capital for Investment
in business, for opportunity, to carry forward some plan. We üTi è Zl
tugs Accounts with a purpose behind them Sav '
.
It will he
suggest that you coot imp* the habit
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First National Bant oi Mnnnian
Capital and Surplus, $55,000.00.
We Make the
Largest and Best
tŒà^LÆ ' 7 ' i
And You Cannot Beat
Our Price ANYWHERE
is
LX)R sale and guaranteed
BY
Beam's Bakery
3^v<Eexica.Ian,

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