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MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1»10.
NO. 45.
VOLUME X.
Pay and File by Mch 15
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The Income Tax drive comes to a
close on Saturday night, March 15.
The payments and returns due on
that date under the provisions of the
new Revenue /.aw must be in the hand»
of local lnterfml Revenue Collectors
before their offices close that night.
Tiie Income Tax is being collected to
meet the war expenses. Every person
who shouted and tooted Ids horn on
Armistice Day is now called upon to
contribute ids shure of the cost of win
ning the war.
The laggards and the dodgers will
face severe tines and Jail sentence*.
The Internal Revenue Bureau an
nounces that Its officers will check us
all up to see iliac every person who
comes within the scope of the Income
Tax law did his share.
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Where to Pay and Fils.
Residents of Montana, Idaho and
Utah are required to make their re
turns and pay their taxes to William
C. Whaley, Collector of Internal Reve
nue, Helena, Moot., or to any of his
deputy collectors who are now doing
free advisory work on Income Tax.
Payments sent by mall should be at
tached to tiie returns and should be in
tiie form of check, money order or
Cash payments by mall are
draft.
sent at the taxpayer's risk of loss.
If you are unable to make your re
turn personally because of illness, ab
sence or Incapacity an agent or legal
representative may make your return.
If there are any doubtful points as
to your items of income or allowable
deductions you should get in touch at
once with a Revenue officer or a bank
fort
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MERIDIAN PEOPLE TALK
FOR GOOD ROADS.
About 100 representative citizens of
the community were at the Meridian
theatre Monday evening to consider
the condition of the muddy roads and
plan for measures of relief. It was
explained that this is an unusual
season and that the roads are worse
than usual. Som said the roads near
neighboring towns are no better than
here and that the prize mud hole Is
4n front of the condensery near the
junction city.
Various suggestions were made as
to the repair of the highway through
Meridian. This highway has been un
even since Us construction. Filling
in with dirt or gravel does not rem
edy the chuck holes— which are of
no benefit to anyone except the auto
repair men. The village board were
present and offered to cooperate as
much as possible, considering there
is but little money on nand to do any
thing but to drag the highway. This
dragging was commenced by the
street commissioner Tuesday and will
help. The fixing of the highway,
however, is an engineer's big job and
will cost some money. How to raise
this money was not settled at the
meeting but all were satisfied that
event ualy Meridian, will need to take
the bull by the hofns.
The meeting resulted in a healthy
exchange of views and benefit will
result from sucn «. gathering of our
people.
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JERSEY CLUB TO HELP
THE STOCK INDUSTRY
The Times has been handed data
referring to the organization of the
"Boise Valley Jersey Cattle Club", a
' mention of which was made last week
and the list of officers given. F. R.
Cam mack, field dairyman for the
state of Idaho, ppoke on thé methods
of organization, and the beneficial
results that might be expected, in
cluding the probable market for the
young stock.
A constitution and by laws was
adopted, the object being to promote
the breed, improvement, advertising
and sale of Jersey cattle. Jersey own
residing, in the Boise valley who
signed the rol lwere: Monroe Dille,
W. N. Yost, H. P. Klopfer, J. F.
Bruins, Ralph Witmer, H. J. Renk,
II. C. Watson, G. E. Hardin, G. W.
Haynes, C. S.
Row eu, W. H. Evans, A. G. Street,
W. L. Teeter, R. G. Dunton.
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Gearhart, Charles
MAIN PROVISIONS OF THE
NEW PRIMARY LAW
The Idaho legislature closed its
labors Saturday,
portant bills passed and afterwards
signed by Governor Davis was one
making sweeping changes in the pri
mary election law.
Nominees for state and congress
ional offices will be selected at state
conventions. County candidates will
lie chosen via primary system.
County conventions, composed of
precinct representatives, will name
delegates to state gathering. Both
district judges and supreme
justices will be returned to partlzan
tickets.
CISE OF SLEEPING DISEASE
NEAR MERIDIAN REPORTED
A case of the "sleeping disease"
following influenza lias been report
ed by Dr. H. F. Neal of Mrs. John
Mill is, residing southwest of Mer
idian. For eleven days it has been
imi pssible to awaken the patient,
but the last, two days a slight im
provement lias been noticed and the
chances for recovery are more favor
able. Mr. and Mrs. Mellls are recent
arrivals iu the Meridian community.
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EDITORIAL MENTION.
Faith and next Monday morning
will be St. Patrick's day in the morn
ing.
There were 2,526,000 bushels of
last year's wheat crop remaining on
Idaho farms March 1, compared with
1,708,000 bushels March 1, 1918.
The hoard of trustees of Good
ing College, the Methodist Institu
tion at Gooding, Idaho, have issued
invitations to |the inauguration of
Charles Weesley Tenney, A. M., us
president of the college, on Friday,
March 21.
One of the things this world is suf
fering from is a great surplus of
dreamers, who think they are "ideal
istic" but who are in reality only
afflicted- with old-fashioned laziness
and lack of good common sense.
A prominent citizen wenWdown to
Boise this w.eek and bought a brand
new suit of clothes. This is worthy of
mention on the theory that a good
news items records an event of un
usual and infrequent occurence.
Talking about overcoming difficul
ties—Orrie Masterson has not as
good a leg as some of the other
young boys but not one of them gets
more fun out of roller skates than
he—and he only uses one at a time.
H. A. Lyon, of the farm bureau,
wants help for the returning soldier
boys on the farm, the place where the
majority of them are naturally in
clined. He pleads that an extra ef
fort be made to find employment for
the surplus labor this Bpring.
In pursuance of its policy to en
courage the planting of forest and
shade trees in Idaho, the School of
Forestry University of Idaho is again
offering tor spring planting a limited
number of tested trees at cost. Write
to the university for* a bulletin, giv
ing all information.
At the mass meeting Monday night
Arthur Garrett, John Waggoner and
John Baird were selected as a com
mittee to plan for a public meeting
to discuss the proposition of some
kind of a memorial for our soldier
boys part in the war, and to perpet
uate the memory of their service to
our . country in the time of need.
About 150 Meridian boys were in the
service of Uncle Sam, and there was
not a coward in the lot.
There were numerous bureaus in
Washington during the war, and as
an illustration of the kind of efficien
cy that often characterizes govern
ment service, the story is related ol'
a bureau head who acquired the hab
it of signing his mail mechanically.
Some one prepared a letter of resig
nation and slipped it into a Btack of
letters and he signed it without
knowing its contents. A promise to be
more careful saved him from its ac
ceptance.
Jack Pickford, film actor, and a
brother of the famous Mary, is in
trouble and his mother,as all mothers
do, is trying to explain how it hap
pened. Jack was with a gang who
secured preferential threatmenl in
draft assignments by the payment of
a sum of money. For instance, a
rich boy scheduled for over-seas duty
or trench fighting, could by influence
of certain officials, be reassigned to a
desk job at some army cantonment.
TJils was,done by paying the gang a
big fee, according to the ability or
Inclination of rich parents.
THE COUNTRY COUSIN COMING
TO THE PINNEY, BOISE.
"The Country Cousin" in which
Alexandra Carlisle is now appearing
in the steiler role, comes to the Pin
ney Theatre, Bojse, on Friday and
Saturday, March 21st, and 22d. Mat
inee Saturday.The comedy is the joint
work of Booth Tarkington, the In
diana novelist and playwright, and
Julian Street, the-social satirist, is
the most truly American dramatic
composition that has been produced
in many seasons. It presents in hum
orous fashion the life and ideals of
the middle west contrasted with the
artificial life of certain smart and
wealthy spendthrifts of the east. The
action has to do with a young girl
from a sleepy Ohio town who longs to
see life. Miss Carlisle, who appears as
Nancy Price, is now among the fore
most actresses on the Engish speak
ing stage.She is surrounded by a par
ticuarly strong company.
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WHERE IS YOUR WANDER
ING DOG TO-NIGHT?
"Oh, where is your wandering dog
tonight, while you sweetly slumber
and sleep?
"Is he safe at home under lock and
key or out killing a neighbor's
sheen?
"Do you always give him his daily
bread or must he hook that from the
hens, and does he forage around for
his eats, in the neighbor's pastures
and pens?
"Does he work each day for his
bed and board, and never do mischief
or harm, while faithfully watching
the kids and the house, and all of the
stock on the farm?
"If he's not worth while in some
useful way and doesu't pay for his
care and keep, consign the cur io the
buried bow-wows, and end his raids
on the sheep." —University News
Letter.
Word comes that Everett Rambo,
who failed to appear after being
drauu in the draft, was apprehended
recently and will have a trial in the
Uuited States court.
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chisel, hatchet or any other kind
of tool, you do not want it unless
it has an edge that will cut
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sential in all edged tools, and
that is the striking characteristic
of those we sell. stuffy
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Place your orders now for COAL, either lump or stove size. We can
fill them.
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MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
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SUCCESSORS TO
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We don't keep groceries— we sell them.
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Increasing the Dairy Industry
There is a growing demand for dairy
products of every kind, not only at
home hut abroad. .Farmers .every
where arc intensifying tlielr live
stock production and this Bank
strongly backs she progressive far
mer.
When ne loan money to dairymen
wtin desire to increase their herds, a
certain per cent of tiie monthly milk
cheek is the popular method of mak
ing payments.
Drop in and talk the matt«- over. We
will Ik- glad to see you.
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