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All building« except old
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imkkmoVal tanks.
For Rale
tarn on
Notice Is hereby given that all per -1
sons! taxes due and remaining un
**rty »Jt'isted in Ada
d y mtist Ita paid within the next
y days or same will be turned |
orer to th<- Sheriff for collection
ETHEL. T. CLARK, j
County Treasurer, j
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NOTICE—
vehicle licenses are ph«t |
it lie paid not later than!
iif March. I His
W A. KINCAID,
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ARTHUR MEBHIH 1RF.
On Wednesday, March 12th, I
sell at public auction my entire herd
of high grade
36 head Hampshire Ewes,
Dtirhain tows, also |
itH lambs
>y side. With farm Implements, tools,
rite, 8**e bills for particular».
AHTHI It MEUSDORF
.MW SALE—
My six room residence in Meridian,
tb IÄ lots, fin« shad« trees, lawn,!
rdati and all kinds of fruit hi"I her j
Also poultry vard, well, cistern.
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anti fity Ka«v turrtiw
ties.
6-rooHi house and nice
place and welt located on Idaho
street Meridian. Idaho. Price ft200.
Tortus
Add r..s«, GEO F ATWATER.
Box 1024, Boise, Idaho
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WANTED \ well trained sheep
dog. Must la* good,
Apply to
MHH
Box 157.
BESSIE WOODWARD.
Glenns Ferry. Idaho
FOR SALE About 22 tons alfalfa
and clover bay At «urgent ranch,
two miles southeast of Meridian. Or
phone Jacob Bett», phone vjtn-jf,.
Nampa. Idaho
FOR HAL
lug good team, a 5-passeuger Cadll
lac in Al condition J M JOHNSON
It D No.
Meridian pi
For live stock tnrlud
Meridian
me 44u
For Hale My modern residence on
corner of Fourth and Pine streets,
111 Meridian.
W. »I. JOHNS.
in
Gash or part crop
acres alfalfa ground and 7 ready for
plow, 64» miles southeast of Merid
ian,
Salem, Oregon
For Rem
C D DAY, 57» N. High Street,
Hale »My modern house on
Pine »tree! where It. II. Bell is now
living.
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Prie* 12500. Terms
FRESH RANCH I'GGS and butter
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taken in exchange Top prices Mertd- i
Ian Meat Market
One Mack mure, 900 j
it. no brands, two wire!
Taken I
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1919 u my p ave three-fourths mile,
south at Ten Mile t russing near Item-1
ington school. Owner can have same
vins ckurges. W. P. Kl
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OFFICE IN I'MlKIN BUILDING
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DH. H r. H P K N o R It
The t*slrs>|ùtt|i
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will be In Mi
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is pre par e d to IM your properly for ■
tall wad see them ati
offne, on Nmmil «treat, near Pleat
National tiauk, Meridian.
nenday and Friday of
Hours froi
1 to i p. ID
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Boise Valley Realty Co.
or real.
If you have a 40 or *0 to sell, call
in and list the same with us. We
have buyer» for several good Al
piece».
We have several residence properties
In Meridian for »ale. Good bargains
and good terms
la« you want to rent vour farm? List
It with u» and we will secure a rent-I
er immediately. We bave a btg wait j
mg liai
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GUT YOUR LAUNDRY READY.
The Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will
•vail each Monday morning for your
laundry, and return It Friday.Rough
Feather pillows
(try, 8c a pound,
and feather ticks thoroughly reoo-.
rated
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L L. ORaY, Proprietor
MERIDIAN. LOCAL NEWS
a nu einen« vlnllor
W. H. Poor wai
In Boise Monday.
J A. Fenton hhh i* \.\ihUu>**
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Mrs. Joel Brown of Emmett Is visit ;
in Boise yesterday.
i log friends here.
JoX' northed" M^dlaT*'^ i '
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Richard Hearn has recovered rrom
a slight attack of Influenza, •
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Mr». Harah Hamer, who ha« t>oenI
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Jamee Mutier has arrived home !
from the military training camp at
Camp Mills.
Fred Nusbaum of Mowrnont was In
MerldlHti yesterday on a business
trip
M, /,. Davidson Is moving to his
j property south of Meridian, he pur
' chased from VV. J. Hoy ne.
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J. It. Pell resblliiK 4 Vj tulles south
of Meridian I» seriously III from a
relapse following Influenza.
Horn, Feb. 27th, to Mr. und Mrs.
J. W. Carrel southeast of Meridian,
a son.
Uncle J Daly residing northwest
j of Meridian, who has been ill for
j some months, is slowly Improving.
Waller Nichols who has been serv
| |,, K |„ France, has arrived lit New
York city, a telegram having been
received by bis folks here.
The Locust Grove grange Is having
» season of growth. At the last meet
ing 31 new members were balloted
j Charles Madden.
lrom Camp Mill. Va. where he has
! «low* hU hit for Incli* Sum.
on.
lieriwy H. Wultley, non In liw of
rtM'uriifMi Satnnluy
Harley Turner arrived home from
the cantonment in New York state
TueHduy. Harley has i«»rformed his
duty as a soldier for Unde Ham and
Is glad to get buck to civil life again.
luist Wednesday, Feb, 19th, Jack
Ellin and Miss Beulah Waicley were
married In Boise.They are well khown
young people of this place and will
reside here
The Ladles Aid of the Methodist
ohureh will lie entertained next Wed
m-sday afternoon March 5th, by Mrs.
Charley Cairns, Mrs. McCoy und
Mr«. Ira Lane In the league room of
the church.
Biddle arrived home to
from
He has been with
company M, of the 12th Infantry, and
has now received hta permanent dis
charge.
I'orter 1.
Meridian
HI uurt, Virginia.
this week
Camp
John Hell from Kuna, has bought
a ranch J !* miles south of Meridian
and Is building a set of farm build
ings u|s>n the phtce. He expects to
move tits family there In about two
w'eeks.
K. E. Sims and Arthur Frazier
have returned from Halt Lake and
each report u fine time lu attendance
at the In ter mountain Peace Confer
ence. A full account of the conference
will lie found In another part if this
paper
I Lust evening In the basket ball
game played at the high school be
tween the local
and the
Y.M.C.A. boy» of Boise, the home
team defeated the visitors
I (Hi III
by the
score of 36 and 14.A good crowd was
I present to see the gam.e
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Harry Rogers arrived home ante
and sound from France thia week.
He has tieen with the engineers, In
lhv , um(() . r (UvUloIl
and has had
) charge of a big saw mill. Harry has
, many Interesting experiences to tell
of life in Franc« 1 , but Is glad to get
! back to the good old USA.
Harry H. Hudson died at the age
j of 2S at the home of his brother,
i Fred Hudson, at Eagle,Friday. He Is
i survived by his wife, daughter and
j brother. The funeral was held Sat
I urduy id the Jopliu cemetery. The
j Hudson« moved here recently from
{ Kansas and Mr. Hudson was attacked
I with pueunumiu while ou Ills wav
west
; L ,P. Riddick was visiting In Merid
ian Wednesday He la a witness for
the prosecution In the federal trials
j of the creamery companies charged
j with monopoly of trade. The Jensen
company plead guilty and paid u fine
but other companies are contesting,
j and an Interesting trial Is tho result,
j Mr. Blddiek us traveling agent for
one of the creameries Involved, has
h«>eti an important witness, ns he has ;
j ! >een a field agent for many years In |
■ lh *' territory described in the com -1
HOME NEW BOOKS.
D. H. War«« has the agency for two
fine htatortea, ono "America'« War
for Humanity." by Thomaa H. Rus-1
•ell. up to dat«', will be ready for de- !
livery March 1st. ThU I» the Victory j
edition of 6b0 pages, finely illuidrat
Also ' Life of Theodore Roos«?velt,"
j written by Thomaa H. Ruaaell, his
torlan. These books should be In ev
pry household lu our community. $2j
" u<1 60 - according to binding.
A supplement has bean added, which j
brings the work up to the Peace Set-!
ini.
Leave order with Mr. Ware at the;
McFarland ranch, a half mile south
' west of Meridian
.A 1*1 KH ORAAM/I'
A GHOBAL SOCIETY.
jVorw«
I<a«t Friday nvenlug «1 the home o l
Mm. A. U. Stanton a «roup of young
*l*ttoron i to i*t»fecf. an organisation
j for a younK people'« chortiH. Miss
j Ella Magner was appointed te«u>or
; ary chairman. After the business
meeting the evening was pleasantly
«pel" In music and gaines, suggestive
i ' « Washington's birthday.Re
freshmenta were served liy the host
"»" It was decided to hold the meet
• »ngs Tuesday evenings of each week,
! for chorus practlco. All
young
people Interested are Invited to be
i jjrcwnt.
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IIIGII Ht 'HiM »I, STUDENTS
WILL HONOR HOLIHKICH.
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What promises to he one of the
most njoygtde social
the year Is the reception to lie given
by the mem tiers of the Renior class
and the alumni of lltlR of the Merid
ian high school In the gymnasium
of ilit high school building this Fri
day evening Feb. 2Xth. at 7.:t0.
The reception will be an invitation
affair mid is In honor of the return
ed sailor» and soldiers who have
been members of the high school.
affairs of
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uKtlA IiARA AS CLEOPATRA
MISS THEDA IIAItA
playing the part of Cleopatra In Wil
liam Fox's latest-feature photoplay.
Is at her best. Bhe In a real Cleopatra.
This picture made its debut at the
Lyric theatre last night, and Immedi
ately found its place in the film sun.
As a spectacle ilil« new film Htirpus
ses even "The Birth of u Nation".
As a spectacle It ranks Keeond to
Evening Telegram.
none.
At tlib
MERIDIAN THEATRE
—Friday mid Hat unlay, Tllis Week—
Admission, |Oc and 25c,
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of George W. Boggs, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
deraigued administrator of the es
tate of George W. Boggs, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said dec
eased. to exhibit them with the nec
essury vouchers, within 4 months af
ter the first publication of thla not
in'. to the said administrator at room
14, Falk Bldg., Boise, County of
Ada, State of Idaho, this being the
place fixed for the transaction of the
business of said estate.
Dated February 5th, 1919.
CHAS. M. KAHN,
Administrator.
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When your
home burns
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—or your store or your
factory — you {yet your
Hartford check promptly.
But insurance never pays
a fire loss.
After a fire you begin to e« e
how many losses fire insurance
fails to cover. Only after u fire
can you realize the full value of fire prevention. A Hartford
policy covers both insurarce and prevention. This double
service is of value in proportion as your risk is great. Ask
us to tell you how mar. y ways we car. prevent actual fire
logs, business loss, domestic loss and other losses.

V. I ). STANTON
Mercian, Idukv,
Agent
a. W. BROM HAH
FOHDKON TRUCKS OV HAN)*
I Imve on hand for Immediate de
livery five Fordson Tractors—Merid
ian's allotment for Immediate deliv
ery.
Also Ford Trucks, Touring Pars,
Roadsters, on hand.
See J, W. HEDGES. Meridian The
atre riutldfng, or Phone 541 R.
ELECTRIC WIRING
-OF
KKHIDKNt 'KH
MOTOR«
RANGES
REPAIR WORK
E. P. Siffert,
Meridian.
In the District Court of the Third
•Judicial District of the State of Id
aho, in and for the County of Ada.
Settlers Irrigation District, Petltlon
er.
In the matter of the petition of the
Board of Directors of the Settlers' Ir
rigation District praying for the judi
cial examination and approval and
confirmât Ion by the court of all the
proceedings of said Board and said
District'relating to the entering into a
contract with the United States of
America for the purchase of approx
imately 262.5 minors inches of the
storage waters of the Arrowroek Res
ervoir for use upon the dry or par
tially dry lands lying under the can
als of and within said District and
Irrigated thereby, and a like confirm
ation and approval of an apportion
ment of benefits to said lands for the
ibirchuse price of such waters as
basis for the levying of twenty an
nual assessments on said lands for
the pufposo of paying off and dis
charging the purchase price of such
storage water, and for a confirm
ation and approval of all the proceed
ings of the said District and its said
Board in relation to the said contract
and purchase.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
petition of the Settlers' Irrigation
District In the above named cause
has been set for hearing at the Coun
ty Court House, Ada County, Idaho,
lit said cause on 2Hth day of March,
1919, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day and that the Bald petition
Is for the purpose of procuring the
«aid court to ratify.approve and con
firm all the proceedings taken by
jsjtltloner in the apportionment of
benefits to the lands in this cause
set forth on account of the purchase
of approximately 262.5 miners inches
of the storage water of Arrowroek
Reservoir for the dry and partially
dry laudH within said district and of
procuring said court to approve and
confirm apportionment of benefits to
said lands by the said Board made on
the 4tli day of February, 1919, as
In said petition set forth, and all of
the proceedings by the said Board
of Directors hud In the purchase of
said water and in the contracting
with the Reclamation Service of the
United States therefor and in the ap
portionment of benefits because there
of ami all other proceedings by the
said Board had in said premises, and
that any person interested in the sub
ject matter of said petition may on
or before said day demur to or ans
wer said petition, and that in default
of such demurer or answer they will
be estopped from proceeding of
kind whatsoever challenging the said
acts and conduct of the said Board
and the said apportionment or assess
ments to be levied thereunder and
pursuant thereto, auve and except as
otherwise by law provided.
Done by order of the said District
court.
4 3-51
In testimony whereof I have hereto
set my hand and affixed the seal of
said court this the 25tli day of Feb
ruary, 1919.
STEPHEN UTTER,
Clerk of the District Court.
By Thou. E. Powell, Deputy.
I seal)
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New Prices
the market declines.
It Is our rule to reduce prices Instantly lit case
many dollars In protecting you by our early buys when I ho
We saved you
market was advancing.
-when the market declines, we give yon the benefit Instantly.
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MUSLINS
GINGHAMS
HAVE DECLINED A LITTLE.
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MUSLIN—SOFT AND DURABLE.
- YARD -
FOB GOOD STANDARD DUALITY.
COM EH IN ALL THE NEW PAT
. TERNS AND COLORS
Now 25c Yard
FORMERLY HOLD AT 85c YARD
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PHONK 252.
TRADE AT HOMF—IT PAYS.
Sarretts
MERIDIAN'S
BEST STORE
Phone 252
Motorists are Watching Tires This Year
As Never Before
They are learning that outward ap
jiearanees don't make a tiro — that
some tires never live up to their
guarantees—
And they're learning that other tires
have stamina built into them.
They're learning why Goodrich sent
42 Test Cars over 1,000,000 miles
last year just wearing out tires.Good
...
rich, always a lap ahead of the held,
determined
definitely
know
whetlver Goodrich Tires were as good
as they thought they were.
They found them better. But those
Goodrich experts learned things about
tires that they had never known be
fore—things that they have now em
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
oil Tires.
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MATLOCK GARAGE
MERIDIAN, IDAIJO
BONDS
HERE
We have received all Liberty Bonds of the Fourth Issue, and ask that
customers please call f«*r
keeping, come in and
If you wish your lamd filed for
same.
safe
see us.
First National Bant ot Meridian
Capital and Surplus, $»3,000.00.
We Make the
.Largest and Best
8 .H AIJE i^t Mr i rnsTf}
And You Cannot Beat
Our Price ANYWHERE
TX)R hale and guaranteed BY
Bosun s Bakerv
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