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NO. 47.
MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH 2«. 191».
VOLUME X.
VOLUME X.
Another Change of Time
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TIME WII.L AGAIN CHANGE
ONE HOI R MARCH 39TH.
At 2 o'clock in the morning on Sun
day, March 30th, time will again
change in-the state of Tdahot.
clocks will move one hour ahead,
placing this territory on*regular or
old time. Orders to this effect are
said to have been issued by 'the Uni
ted States railroad administration.
Tliey-ar* in compliance with the pro
visions of what is known as the gen
eral law "To save daylight ant* to
• provide standard time for the Uni
ted States.''
By the terms of the order all trains
it is said, will be held at various
stations at 2 o'clock Sunday morning
March 30th, to catch - up with the
hour lost by them when the clocks
are turned ahead one hour. They will
thereafter proceed as before ahd in
this simple manner the train sched
ule-of the country will be adjusted.
the
cern.
butter
ured.
All
country
the
and
This
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ted
This
say
as
the
to-day
the
BOISE VALLEY HOLSTEIN
BREEDERS TO ORGANIZE
Dairymen in general and especially
those keeping Holstein cows are in
vited and urged to he present at>a
meting to be held Monday night,
March 31st, at the Hedges theatre
" building, in Meridian, at 8 o'clock,
( new ,time. ) _
Real progress in dairying as in any
other line of business, comes by con
certed action and intelligent effort.
W.B.Tucker the Ada county agent,
will be present and have charge of
the meeting. Breeders from all parts
of the valley are expected to be pres
ent and form a permanent organi
zation for Holstein breeders.
Come out and do your share.
there
the
the
big
honor
there
plane
etc.
at
raise
that
is
ing
death
CHESTER PALMER COMES
HOMfrf FROM BATTLE ZONE
One by one the boys are coming
home, and we are glad to see them.
Chester Palmer arrived
night, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Palmer
were thus made happy. Chester was
in time to attend the 50th wedding
anniversary of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Anderson.
Chester entered the war about the
time the kaiser got sassy with the
United States and stayed by until the
kaiser hunted for cover. He was In
the war zone for eight months and
was at the front for seven months.
He landed at Newport News, Va., on
the return trip March L2th, or 14
days after he left France.
Boise
b
izing
The
time
pure
Monday
THE BOULEVARD AND
A MEMORIAL FOR SOLDIERS
Meridian, Idaho.
Editor Times; Complying with your
request for an expression relative to
the rebuilding and otherwise improv
ing the state highway through Mer
x idian as a memorial to the boys of
our community who made the sup
sàcrifice in the past war, will
rente
say :
By all means let's make a boule
vard something instead of the hog
wallow we UaVe had out of Merid
ian's share of the state highway..
If the tax payers of Meridian were
buncoed in not getting value received^
for the. money exepnded in the Origi
nal construction this is not a good
effort should be made to
better the plight in which we now
find ourselves. Had Jonah reconciled
himself to the predicament in which
he found himself after being swal
lowed up by the whale and had made
effort to free himself, he likely
would be there yet but we can imag
ine that Jonatj's efforts fo free Utm
ÿif wpre as though they meant file
or death. Meridian should he no less
energetic In freeing herself from a
predicament that may mean life or
death to her continuing on the state
highway.
To Meridian, view it from whatever
angle you may, the highway is a com
mercial necessity. So let's off with
our coats and up with our sleeves and
put our share of the. highway In a
condition that will he a credit to our
town and a joy to ourselves.
It is only natural that a community
that has contributed ti the success
of the past war (in lives) as has Mer
idian, should have a desire and long
ing to do something to show and to
perpetuate its appreciation. In the
kindest spirit possible, I wish to state
that some communities seem to be
overzealous in their anxiety to erect
what seemingly to them, would be a
suitable and appropriate memorial,
but which, to my mind, to an extent,
tends to commercialize the sacred
ness of the memory of oi(r beloved
dead
Personally, and as «ne whose hqme
KÄWÄ
for to see just one tree planted and
cured for on some community center
ground, such as school or church, or
ÄböreSrs."»"^
mile of trees planted and the finest
possible boulevard constructed, In
commemoration of loved ones. By all
means let's have the boulevard or at
least maintain the highway in a cred
itable matter, but let us do it from a
commercial standpoint and because It j
ts a commercial necessity.
[Very Sincerely,
• reason no
H- 1
T. M. HASHJ1ARGER.
EDITORIAL MENTION.
These changes may be all right
hut our old clock is rather uncertain
anyway—and we have nearly worn
it out shifting gears.
Kuna is to have a co-operative
creamery. It is planned to take over
the Avëlon creamery—a private con
cern. It will be built so that either
butter or cheese can be manufact
ured.
"We recognize no creed in this
country which exalts the loafer over
the toiler, or puts the ignorant and
shiftless on a par with the educated
and ambiti'ous," says George Harvey.
This is fine, and should be adopted
by every governing body in the Uni
ted States.
This is^ a queer time— dispatches
say the kaiser may get off without
prosecution—except being branded
as the arch criminal of the century;
petitions are being circulated to free
the slackers from the jails—and
to-day germany says she will hot sign
the peace terms unless certain con
cessions are given. Queer, isn't it.
,Geo. E. Atwater, who is on the
Commercial club committee, says
there are two major events for Boise,
the Victory loan demonstration on
the 24th and 25th of April and the
big Fourth of July celebration in
honor of our soldier boys. At both
there will be an exhibition of air
plane flights, alBO anti-air craft guns,
etc.
Reports come from the Modern
Woodman special head camp .meeting
at Chicago, stating that a 50 per cent
raise will be made on the beneficiary
assessments beginning July 1st. The
raise, must first be ratified by the
membership.While it has been desired
that the rate be kept low, the order
is up against the proposition of rais
ing the rates for more revenue to pay
death losses.
Remember the meeting of the
Boise Valley Holstein Cattle men will
b held in Meridian Monday evening,
March 31 for the purpoes of organ
izing a Holstein breeders cattle club.
The purpose of the club will be to
further the interests of Holstein
breeders in buying cooperatively and
disposing of their surplus cattle. A
Jersey club was organized a short
time ago and since organizing thirty
pure bred Jerseys have been brought
into'the valley.AH owners of Holstein
cattle are urged to be present.
A
®
by President Monroe, which we have
maintained for more than one hun
dred year8 j s a doctrine of self pro
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country cannot establish a colonial
SV siem on the western hemisphere,
| s sa td that the adoption of the
League of Nations covenant % as
proposed and energetically favored
tjy President Wilson would in a great
measure render inoperative the Mon
Senator \V. E. Borah, of Idaho, Who
Wins Distinct 'Triumph for Ami
Administrât ion Forces.
Monroe Doctrine Safe
SENATOR BORAH WINS
WITH LEAGUE AMENDMENT
It looks like Senator Borah and
others have scored a distinct triumph
The provision protecting
this week,
the Monroe doctrine has been fav
orably received In Paris, and the ob
jectionable clause in
draft will be changed,
tlnct triumph for the distinguished
senators who ran the risk of incur
ring the displeasure of
Wilson by insisting . that nothing
should go in the constitution of the
league of nations that would deprive
the United States of Its power lit
dealing with the little Huttons s«uih
of us in our own way— w|)içlt per
thanc^i - piigiit not be the European
the original
This is a dis
President
way.
roe doctriue, as it would take from
th United States Its authority to act
indepev.dently.
SOME NEW BOOKS.
D. H. Ware has the agency for two
fine histories, one "America's War
for Humanity," by Thomas H. Rus
sell, up to date, will be ready for de
livery March 1st. This is the Victory
edition of 600 pages, finely illustrât
ed.
Also "Life of Theodore Roosevelt,"
written by Thomas H. Russell, his
torian.. These books should be in ev
ery household In our community. 12
and 12.50, according to binding.
A supplement has been added, which
brings the work up to the Peace Set
tlement.
Leave order with Mr. Ware at the
McFarland ranch, a half mile south
west of Meridian.__
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Store
ONE CENT SALE
nut
From April 1st to April 8th.
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Through the Rexall Company we liave received a limited amount of the
well known and popular Rexall Remedies to be placed on sale from Tues
day, April 1st to -Tuesday, April 8tb.
Those who buy first will receive the better selection.
:
The following list is a few of the many items for sale:
YOU GET THE SECOND FOR lc.
BUY ONE #2.30 Hot Water Bottle,
BUY ONE $2.30 Fountain Syringe YOU GET THE SECOND FOR lc. j
YOU GET THE THIRD FOR lc.
BUY TWO 43c. pkgs Rexall Coffee
BUY ONE 30c pk Rexall Tooth Paste YOU GET THE SECOND FOR lc. !
BUY ONE 25c pk Rexall baby talcum YOU GET THE SECOND FOR le. I
BUY ONE 35c pkg Rexall Cocoa. . . . YOU GET THE SECOND FOR lc. |
BUY ONE 35c pk Rexall Vanilla extr YOU GET THE SECOND FOR lc.
fill
AND ABOUT ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY OTHER ITEMS.
The Turner Pharmacy
MEBÄWLW, IDAHO.
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Gareu-lZGd Block
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SALT
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PREVENTS DISEASE BY ENABLING THE STOCK TO PARTAKE OF (
THE TONIC AT THE TIME IT IS NEEDED.
have
hun
pro
the
% as
great
Mon
A Tonic and Health Preserver
FOR YOUR LIOE STOCK
SERVICE
QUALITY
PRICES
Tolleth's
AUTO
TIRES
THE LUCKY BOY
HORSE SHOE
t
and
6k
fav
ob
the
lit
per
THEY SATISFY THE LONG
BUILT FOR SPEED AND ENDURANCE.
FELT WANT.
YOUR FIRST HORSESHOE TIRE—=
NOW WATCH AND SEE
WILL CAUSE THAT UESIRE—
FOR THE EITHER THREE 1
dis
Ash the Users of these Tires
ALL
say:
We want them again
They
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THAT IS THE REASON WE HAVE STOCKED THEM.
SHIPMENT OF ALL NEW TIRES JUST CAMS IN. NOT AN OLD TIRE
IN THE HOUSE.
Rogge Motor
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act
MERIDIAN.
EAST SIRE STATE HIGHWAY.
PHONE 273.
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MERIDIAN NAZARENE CHURCH
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday at 7.30 p. m.
All are cordially Invited to these
services.
WM. C. URSCHEL, Pastor.
GET YOUR LAUNDRY READY.
;
The Troy Laundry, of Nampa, will
jail each Monday morning for your
laundry, and return it Friday.Rough
dry, 8c a pound,
and feather ticks thoroughly reno
vated.
Feather pillows
L. L. GRAY, Proprietor.
FRESH RANCH EGGS and butter
taken in exchange. Top prices. Merid
ian Meat Market._
M
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bols
Idsed
hethfei
er it be saw, plane,
chisel, hatchet or any other kind
I of tool, you do not want it unless
it has an edge that will cut .
Steel quality is the first es
sential in all edged tools, and
that is the striking characteristic
I of those we sell . /ffiS
You look at them befor&ymi
buy, and back of them
uaranty of "cutting" quaMçyà
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Place your orders now for COAL, cither lump or stove size. We can
fill them.
Vickers-Sims Hdw. Co.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
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A. R. STALKER & SON
fine» «tGroceries
We don t keep groceries—we sell them.
Bring us your Butter
and Eggs
RIFE & ROBERTSON
SUCCESSORS TO
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roa.
pn&THY.
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UEB1D1AN, IDAHO.
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1 The Victory Liberty Loan
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—is to lie our last BIG OPPOR
TUNITY for investing r.o insure the
fruits of victory—a world democracy
and permanent peace
Our soldiers' work is done, but. we
who have helped at home have still
our part to complete.
Now comes the test—prepare to do
your part in a big way.
"Let's Finish the Job Right!"
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