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The Meridian Time-s
NO. 4.
MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO,
FRIDAY. MAY 30, 1919.
VOLUME XI.
MERIDIAN'S PICTURE SHOW
JOINS THE CIRCUIT
B. W. Bickert, manager of the
Strand, Empress and Majestic In
Boise, and the Orpheum and Majes
tic in Nampa, has takon over the
Merldan theatre and it will be a part
of the Majestic Amusement Co. cir
cuit. The name "Meridian Theatre"
will be changed to the "Empress."
A new electric sign was placed yes
terday, bearing the new name. At the
present time Wednesday and Satur
day will be chow nights and later on
other nights may be arranged.
One advantage of the new arrange
ment will be that the same high-class
pictures shown at the Majeatic and
Strand In Boise will be presented.
John Hedges will be retained as lo
cal manager.'
come
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Carl Knutson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. K. Knutson, arrived home from
France Sunday. Carl was with the
regiment that made a record in the
battles of the Argonne, and he was
wounded In the head. He left Mer
idian for France over a year ago as
a member of the 40th division, and
was later transferred to 32d., in the
128th infantry an dit was while with
this unit he was wounded on Octo
ber 14th. After leaving the hospital,
he spent four months with the army
of occupation la germany. He was
near Coblenz. He says that unfortun
ately the german people are in a fair
ly prosperous condition as compared
with the French and Belgians, and
the german territory shows but little
effect of the war.
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Four local business places, the Mer
idian Hardware Co., Adams' restaur
ant, the offices of the Gem Str.te and
Boise Payette lumber companies,
were broken ino Tuesday night. The
only place where valuables were
takn was at the office of the Gem
State lumber yard, where $25 in war
savings stamps are missing.The work
is crude and may be that young boys
are implicated, but no clue has been
found aB yet.
Vera Ruth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Fowler, died at the family
home south of Meridian, May 26th,
at the age of 8 years, 8 months and
14 days. Throat trouble, resembling
dlptheria, was the cause of death. A
brief service was conducted on the
lawn at the home by Carman E.
Mell ,of the Christian church. Only
the family were present. Interment
was in Morris Hill cemetery.
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The Allen Wilcox residence prop
erty, on the corner of State street
and the State Highway has been pur
chased by the Christian church as a
The property is deslr
parsonage.
able, and the church people made a
wise choice for a home
pastor. L. A. Songer and family will
move to a new residence being built
fo them by George Parkimin the east
part of town.
for their
J. H. McSparran, having closed the
term of school at Montour, came to
Meridian Wednesday with his house
hold goods. Mr. McSparran plans to
make his home in Emmett,while Mrs.
Mc8parran is away for an extended
visit with relatives in the east.
David Brewer, of Caldwell, came
over this week and purchased the
barber shop formerly owned by him,
and recently conducted by R.L.John
ston. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer will again
become residents of Meridian.
A fire at the ranch of Mrs. Geo. F.
Edwards, two miles sout hot Merid
ian, last week, destroyed two barns
and the loss was about $500 with no
insurance.
Card of Thanks
We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors for the kindness and sym
pathy shown us in the recent loss of
our dear little Vera and for the many
beautiful floral contributions.
(Signed): Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fow
ler, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Yates, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. White.
In the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in and for the County
of Ada.
C. A. Carter, Plaintiff, vs Elias A.
Leek and Josie V. Leek, defendants.
Allas Summons for Publication.
The State of Idaho sends greetings
to Ellas A. Leek and Josie V. Leek,
husband and wife, the above named
defendants.
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in
the District Court of the Third Jud
icial District of the State of Idaho,
in and tor the County of Ada, by the
above named plaintiff. This action is
brought to foreclose a mortgage, ex
ecuted by defendants to The Idaho
Trust Co. Ltd., on November 1, 1911,
due three years after that date, for
$1000, and duly assigned to plaintiff
herein, covering the following de
scribed property, to-wit: Lots eleven
(11) and twelve (12) in Block one
(1) in Packenham's Addition, Boise
City, Idaho.
And you are hereby directed to ap
pear and answer the said complaint
within 20 days of the service of this
summons if served within said Ju
dicial Dstrlct and within forty days
if served elsewhere; and you are fur
ther notified that unless you so ap
pear and answer said complaint with
in the time herein specified,the plain
tiff will take Judgment against you
as prayed in said complaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 27th day of
May, 1919.
(Seal)
Stephen Utter, Clerk,
4-6t
By Thos. E. Powell, Deputy.
J. P. POPE, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Residing at Boise, Idaho.
EDITORIAL MENTION.
Both Decoration day and July 4th
come this year on Friday.
"A Keep to the Right" cement post
and sign has been put at the four
corners of the principal business
block In Meridian| This means that
auto drivers will not make a short
turn on the wrong side of the street.
There has been a slight change In
the O. S. L. time card. No. 176 (an
extra "pony") passes Meridian at
4.22 p. m. for Huntington, and thus
making an extra west bound train
in the afternoon.
Waldo Burns, after two years of
interesting war-time experience, at
tached to the 25th aero cquadron, as
machinist, has arrived at Camp Lew
is. Wash. He arrived three weeks
ago at a New Jersey port, from
France. As he will not be released
until about the first of July, his
mother plans to pay him a visit In a
few days, at Camp Lewis.
About a quarter of a million
pounds of wool are pooled and in
storage at the warehouses of the as
sociation of growers, at Meridian,
Naniap, Caldwell, Payette, and Em
mett, and also Midvale and Council.
C. A. Cairns, of Meridian, buyer for
the association, says bids will be
opened in Meridian June 10th for the
purchase of this wool. Many buyers
will no doubt be present. The wool
is mostly of the "medium grade."
The members of the Meridian
high school board and the grade
school board have mutually agreed
on the "6 and 6" .plan as before
mentioned in the Times, and which
means that 6 grades will be taught In
the grade school and six in the high
school.The appointment of the teach
ers for the high school and the sel
ection of grades will be made by the
newly- appointed superintendent,
Prof. Powers, and announced in a
few days. The list has already been
announced of the grade teachers, but
the high school force awaits the act
ion of the board and the new super
intendent.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the State of Id
aho, in and for the County of Ada,
Stephen Utter, Auditores Trustee for
Ada County, State of Idaho, Plaintiff,
vs W. H. James, C. W. Moore, de
ceased, Crawford Moore, Raymond
Moore and J. W. Cunningham, Ad
ministrators of the estate of C. W.
Moore, deceased, defendants.
Alias Summons No. 7734
The State of Idaho sends greetings
to W. H. James, C. W. Moore, dec
eased, Crawford Moore, Raymond
Moore, and J. W. Cunningham, ad
ministrators of the estate of C. W.
Moore, deceased, the above-named
defendants.
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified that a complaint has been
filed against you in the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in and-for Ada county,
by the above named plaintiff, and you
are hereby directed to appear and
answer the said complaint within 20
days of the service of this summons,
if served within said judicial district,
and within forty days if served else
where.
The said action is brought to obtain
a decree of this Court for the fore
closure" of delinquency tax certificate
No. 867, dated Jan. 8, 1917, covering
delinquency taxes due on Lot 2 Block
36 Ressiguie Addition, for 1916 in
the sum of $5.08, with interest at 12
per cent per annum from Jan. 8th,
1917, and to secure payment of the
taxes for 1917,the sum of $4.24,with
interest at 12 per cent per annum
from Jan. 14, 1918, and to secure
payment of the taxes for 1918 in the
sum of $4.06, with interest at 12 per
cent per annum from Jan. 13, 1919,
and to recover judgment for the
total amount of said taxes, together
with all penalties,acrued interest.and
for costs of suit, and for the usual
order as on foreclosure of a real
estate mortgage for the sale of the
property above described in satisfac
tion of said amounts so due. All of
which more fully appears in plaintiffs
verified complaint, a copy of which
is filed herein and by reference there
to made a part hereof.That the plain
tiff or any other party to this suit
may become the purchaser of said
premises for sale.That the sheriff is
sue a certificate and execute a deed
to said purchaser. That the said
purchaser be let into possession of
premises upon the production
of a sheriff's deed therefor. That the
defendants and each of them may be
required to set forth the nature of
their and each of their claims and
that all adverse claims of defendants
and all other parties claiming any
interest, right or title in and to said
above described property may be de
termined by decree of this court.
That said defendants, and all per
sons claiming by or through them
may be barred and foreclosed of all
right, title, lien, claim, equity of re
demption and interest in and to said
premises,and tor such other and fur
ther relief as may seem to the court
just and equitable. And you are fur
ther notified that unless you so ap
pear and answer said complaint with
in the time herein specified as above
required,plaintiff will take judgment
against you as prayed for in said
complaint. Witness my hand and the
seal of said district court, this 24th
day of May, 1919.
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Stephen Utter. Clerk.
By B. Clyde Eagleson, Deputy.
Elbert S. Delana, Attorney for Plain
tiff. Residence and P. O. Address,
Boise, Idaho.
First Publication. May 30, 1919.
4-6t Last publication, July 4, 1919.
4-W
Program erf the Ada County Bun day- School Association Convention,
Meridian, Tuesday, Jane 3, 1919,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH
THEME: — "SERVICE" 1 Chrou.29:6.
11:00 A. M. to 12:00 M:
Getting Acquainted, registration, appointment of committees, etc.
Rev. C. E. Mell, Leader
Praise Service P». 96
1:30
1:4$
Opening Remarks .... Rev. R. W. Adams, Pres. Co. Association
Mrs. J. Gerber
. . Rev. Agee
The Needs of the Times. Neh.4:6
Ps. 119:126...
2:00
2:30
Why Prepare.
Shall We Go Forward? Ex. 14:15. Mrs. L. M. Ormsby, Gen Sec.
3:45
Miss Ivy Wilson, Ass't Co. Supt.
3:15
A look at the Map
Questions ? ? ?
Attractions .
Music. Special.
3:30
4:10
4:00
4:30
7:30
8:00
Mrs. Edith Trimble
Reports of Committees, Announcements, Adjournment.
Ps. 37:1-8
Miss Elta Magner
Prayer and Praise
Minute Men:
What Can be Done?. . M. I. Church
Shall We Do It? ... .A. D. Stanton
Address "Opportunity" 1 Cor. 16:9 .... Rev. C. J. Christianson
8:15
Safety With Service
The function of a strong, progressive
bank such as this is to serve every
customer to the very best of its abil
tty.
But safety should never be sacri
ficed in the giving of service. Safety
first, last, and always—that is the
business motto of this bank. It will
never be anything else.
We invite you to freely consult us
in the matter of your financial af
fairs. Let us get acquainted, in what
ever department you are seeking
safety with service.
THE VICTORY BONDS ARE HERE,
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE PAID IN
FULL.
First National Bank
CAPITAL
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WIGWAM FLOUR «2.80 PER SACK
Idaho Chief Flour $2.40 per Sack
10 POUNDS GRAHAM FLOUR 60c
10 POUNDS MEAL.
10 POUNDS GERMADE,. . -70c
lOO lbs BRAN AND SHORTS $2.30
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From our stock)pf( builders
hardware you cariiselect just
what you want for making re
pairs or for use in a new building .
You look at them before you
buy, and back of them is our
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conveniently and positively.
The jottings on the check book stub
provide a concise record of expend
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Canceled checks returned by the
bank, bearing the endorsement of the
payee, constitute legal receipts.
Thousands attest to the efficiency
and helpfulness of this plan. Confer
with our Officers concerning it.
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