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The Meridian times. (Meridian, Idaho) 1909-1938, July 09, 1920, Image 8

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CIU.S-IUKS foil SALK " iS , r
gallon. Ou trses 15c per gallon. MRS
J T. DALV, phOUC 841. a hair mile
ws*. or Oawlior cornsr ,
FOR SALE— Kino milk cow«, from
$50 ro $100 Good milkers. One
fourth mile south of Fenton corner.
WILL CHI PM AN.
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I am ready to take nursing cases
again. MRS CHARLES ONWILKR,
Phone 240 R. Meridian.
Write the Co-Op. Store. Caldwell,
for t«ricc list Standard Minding Twine
Quality, Length and Strength gimran
teed. Hale $10,00, hall $100. 6 gal
ready mixed palut, $15.00, Pure Lin*
aeed oil, hulk $2.10.white beans 7 Vie
•oap, 100 bars. $5; pitchfork» $1.85.
DANCE THIS FRIDAY NICHT
At Parkin Community hall. Merldiau.l
Music by Riser Orchestra of Boise.
Admission $1,10, including war tax.
Good music and a good time.
Everybody Invited.
of
Call for Kid».
Nolle« I» hereby given that Idds
will be received by the school board
of district No. 86, Ada County, known
as the Hillsdale school, at the office
of Tourtellotte ft Hummel, architects,
overland Building, Boise, Idaho, up
to 2 p. m. Monday, July 18. 1920. at
which time they will hu opened, for
the furnishing of all material» und
■ labor for the erection of a school
building for said district.
Plans and speciflcatioiis tuny la*
»een at the office of Tourtellotte ft
Hummel!, architects, Overland Build
ing, Boise, Idaho. Hid« are called for
ou brick construction Each bidder
to furutali a certified cheek in the
amount of $260. The district trustees
reserve the right to reject any and
all bids.
U. L LOCKWOOD, Chairman.
I. Lm Truax, Clerk
Dated thla 8th day of July, 1920.
In the Probate Court
County of Ada, State of Idaho.
In the matter of the Estate and
Guardianship of Otis W. Hon. Joe J.
Hon, Erma F. Hon and Margaret
Hon, minors.
Notice of Guardian's Bale of Real Es
tai« at Private Sale.
Notice Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of an order of the Probate
Court of the County of Ada, State of
Idaho, duly given aud made on the
8th day of July, 1920, In the above
entitled estate, Zelu II, Whit«,..guard
lan of the persons and estates of
Otia W. Hon, Joe J. Hon, Erma F.
Hon and Margaret Hon, minors, will
•ell, ou or after Monday, the 26th
day or July, 1920, in the County of
Ada, Htate of Idaho, to the highest
aud best bidder, aud upon the terms
and conditions hereinafter mention
ed. at private sale, subject to con
firmation by said Probate Court, the
following described real property
belonging to the estate of said min
ora.
to
of
to
All the right, title and interest of
OU» W. Hon, Joe J. Hon. Ertna P.
Hon aud Margaret Hon, minors, be
ing an undivided Four Tunths Inter
est In the following described real es
tate situated In Ada Countv, Idaho,
to-wit:
The Northeast Quarter 'NEW» of
the Southwest Quarter tSW Vi ) of
the Southwest Quarter tdWV*> of
Section Twenty-eight (28), in Town
ship Four 14) North, Range Two 12)
F.ast of Boise Meridian. Ada County,
Idaho; Also commencing at ,t point
which is the center of said southwest
quarter (8WV4) of said Section
Twenty-eight (28) and running
thence north Eighty (80) feet:them."
West Six Hundred and sixty (660)
feet; thence South Eighty (80) feet,
t lieu ce East Six Hundred and sixty
t060) feet to the place of hegiunlng;
the same being a portion of the
Northwest Quarter (NWVi ) of the
Southwest Quarter 1 3\V % ) tit said
.section. Township and Range, con
taining eleven and one fourth 11 1 V4 )
acres, more or Icsh, according to gov
ernment survey; also fourteen (14)
shares of stock In the Boise city canal
Company for water for irrigation of
the above described land;
with the tenements.
M.
together
hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or appertaining including all
water aud water and ditch rights.
Terms and conditions of sale. Cash,
lawful money of the United Stales
of America, to lie paid upon the de
livery of the deed of said guardian
and after confirmation of said sale
l y said Probate Court.
Bids aud offers must* be in writing
and may be left at the office of Wm.
C. Dunbar, attorney for said guard
ian, or may be delivered
guardian personally, or may be filed
with the Clerk of said Probate Court,
ut any time after the first publication
of this notice and liefore the making
of said sale.
Dated July 8, 1929.
of
of
The
to
the
cial
In
And
to àaid
ZELL A H. WHITE,
Guardian of the [tenions and estate«
of Otis W. Hod. Joe J. Hon, Erira
F, Hun and Margaret Hon. Minors
WM. C. DUNBAR, Attorney for
Guardian, Residence, Boise. Idaho
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Notice of Administrator's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that In pttr
Probete
Court of Ada County. State or Idaho,
made on ihe I7ili day of April. 1920,
In the matter of the estate of C. Pearl
Watt*, deceased, the undersigned will
sell at private sale *o the iitghest
and l>est bidder and subject to the
confirmation of Raid Probate Court
on and after the second day of Aug
ust. 192«. all the right, title and in
terest of the said C. Pearl Watts of,
in and to the following property, to
wit;- AIJ of Lot One (1), Block three
13), Westvtaw Addition to Meridian,
Ada County. State of Idaho.
Bids in writing for said property
will be received by the undersigned
at Ms office in Méridien, Idaho.
Terms of Sale: Cash In hand upon
confirmation of sale by th? Probate
Court.
Dated July 7th, 1920.
W. H. PEER. Administrator of the
the Estate of C. Pearl Watts, Deceas
DAVIDSON ft DAVISON, •
and G. G. ADAMS, Attorneys for
lU-4t
snance of an order of Ihe
ed
Administrator.
j MERIDIAN NEWS NOTES
A. D. StantMl V.UH !l< ImsillPHS Via
r Hor in Chid well yesterday,

M*»- ""'""V wtm» «îï*™iL
, < i "' tl * ^ rty ThuP«|»y nfwrnooi.,
Mias Bottle Shook bat returned
«(tor ton days vlolt at Payette lakes.
J. M Jackson aiul Ira Lane have
returned from their bowman fishing
trip.
Mrs. Ed Belffert will leave next
week for ■ ayette lakes, for a three
weeks outing,
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at
a
a
Mr. and Mr«. J. D. Miller, who for
merly coud net ed u pressery here, left
thin week for Salt Lake, where they
expect to locate.
Mr. and Mm. Fred Adam« und Mrs.
A nine Whlteley and daughter» Alta
and Alene, have returned front a
camping trip at Payette lake».
The Chrlatlan Endeavor meeting
ha» been pontponed from Friday ev
ening, the 8th, to Friday evening, the
Ifilh.
Information la current that a com
petitive examination for postmaster
In Meridian, will he held sometime :u
(he not distant future, the date of
which has not been announced by
the postoftlee department.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wuggoner, Mr.
and .Mrs. Ralph Beery, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy McFarland. Mr.and Mr«. Harry
Tollcth and children, and Dr. and
Mrs. Towney formed a camping party
for the week end at Garden valley.
J. H. McCleuahun, the Canyon
County Farmers Fire Insurance Co.
man wuh In town yesterday. He re
imrts the writing for Geo. V. Leigh
ton what Is probably the largest farm
insurance ever taken out In the valley
$21,1)00.00. Mr. Leighton is one
of the leading farmers, aud has here
tofore carried his own insurance The
new policy Includes protection for
farm buildings, machinery, hay, grain
auto, tractor, etc.
DEATH OF HONORED CIT
IZEN—W. I*. BENNETT
W. P, Bennett was born In Cald
well, Mo,, April 1, 18G3, and died at
his home near Meridian July 2, 1920,
aged 67 years, 3 months and l day.
When a young man of 20 years he
left the home of IiIh birth and
to Provo, Utah, then a frontier town
of the west. Here he was truly a pio
neer, sharing the privations incident
to such a life. He was a deputy U. 3.
mashul for a number of years, brave
and fearless in the discharge of his
ardous duties.
He was united in marriage to
Saruli A. Householder, April 9, 1881,
To this union was born seven child
ren, six girls and one one boy, all
living. The wife passing to that better
land, our brother woe again married,
this tlfne in February, 1907, to Mrs.
Ellen Garrett, which with one step
daughter survive him. One year ago
last May he moved to this place,
which has since been his home. Tho
coming among us a stranger he soon
made friends.
came
In every life there Is
made friends.
In every life there Is some outstand
ing characteristic—In the case of our
brother It was his evident sincerity
and kindness. His was the power to
make friends and hold them.
His
home life was as near Ideal as it was
possible to make it. He belonged to
the A. F ft A. M. to which order he
was ever faithful to his trust aud ob
ligations.
He leaves beside the widow and
step-daughter already mentioned, the
following children: Mrs. Millie Clark,
Provo. Utah; Mre.Etta Jarman, Salt
Lake City; Mrs Margaret Daniels,
Bakers Held, Cal.; Mrs. Leona Calton,
Cottonwood, Salt Lake; Mrs. Ada
Ledford, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Venas
Johnson, Fellen, Nevada; W. P. Beu
nett, Jr. Groveiand. Cal.; Mrs. Brest
cvitch. Meridian, Idaho. There are 14
grandchildren und two greatgrand
children, besides many
mourn his loss.
The funeral took place from the
M. E. church Wednesday afternoon
Kev. Charles Quinn conducting it.The
Masons took charge at the grave.
Burial was In'the Meridian cemetery.
friends to
In the IFstrirt Court
of the Third Judicial District, of the
State of Idaho, in and for the County
of Ada.
Maurice Wright, plaintiff, vs Lucille
Wright, defeudaut.
Alas Summons for Publication.
The State of Idaho sends greetings
to Lucille Wright, the above named
defendant.
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you In
the District Court of the Third Judi
cial District of the'State of Idaho,
In and for the County of Ada. by the
above named plaintiff.
This action is brought to obtain a
decree of divorce on the ground of
wilful desertion for more than one
year and praying for general relief.
And you are hereby directed to ap
pear and answer the said complaint
within twenty days of the service of
this summon«. If served within said
Judicial District, and within forty
days If served elsewhere; and you
are further notifed that unless you
appear and answer the said com
plulnt within the time herein speci
fied. the plaintiff will take judgment
against you as praved In said
plaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court this 6th day
July. 1920.
( Seal>
so
com
of
Stephen Utter. Clerk 1
„ „ B 2*î*08. b. Powell. Deputy.
eiu'n AR S' Attorney for Plain
tiff. Residence, Boise. Idaho. 10-61
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T. I». BRIDGES, D.C. PH C
Chiropractor
OF BOISE
WiU be lu Meridian on Tuesday,
Tliursduy and Saturday of each
week from 0 a m to 12 m. at
THE BROADWAY HOTEL
Consultation and Analysis Free.
Phone 242, Meridian.
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COAL
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STORAGE COAL
I Wonder: If you know that we are going to x
hare the worst coal famine the coming winter
that Idaho has ever known?
For the next ten days we will have
plenty of good Utah coal on track at storage
prices. Better get a supply while you can.,
There is now an investigation going on
with a^view of Increasing miners wages, which,
if put into effect, will increase the mine
price of coal.
It Is also rumored that it is possible
that railroad freight rates may be Increased
at any time.
The car situation is most serious, and
v h
going to get worse.
For these reasons we feel it our duty to
advise our customers and urge them to put in
a supply while they can, as all the dealers
in Meridian cannot store enough coal to last
a week when the mines stop shipping.
MERIDIAN COAL CO.
S. H. Griffiths.
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THOR ELECTRIC
WASHING MACHINE
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IlAff
Whsh Ths Clock
Strikes Nme
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A Electric _
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!/0 Down During July Will Put
YOU# Home
ö THOFL in
More Than 450.000 Women Use a Thor Every Week.
Positively the Best Washing Machine Made.
A Thor Lasts a Lifetime.
Sold at a Reduction
During July. Only
$10 Down
The Thor is a beautiful cabinet mach
ine In which all moving parts
enclosed.
are
It is simple to start and
stop—It requires no attention while
In operation. The Atalog, that won
derful controlling device which is
found only in the Thor, takes care of
everything. A Thor makes it easy to
do the washing—unnecessary to send
It out. Bring your husband in
it operate.
to see
ELECTRIC SHOP
IDAHO POWER COMPANY
Registered Holstein Calves for Sale.
Registered Holstein bull calves
"J 9 " 1 * 18 cf ®ee. "Tho Quality
Bull. Sire: King Segls Spoffora
Again L66602, son of King Seals
Pontiac Chicago, the $20.000 bull,
and Johanna De Kol von Boers. She
was the second cow in the world to
produce over 4b lbs butter in 7 day*
Dam, heavy producers A R O Cow.
PETER NIELSEN, Owner,
Arrowrock Dairy Farm, one- fourth
mils east of depot. Kuna, Idaho.
up
VETERINARY WORK.
1 " m P r «P ar «d to taue care of the
ailment« a thong live stock in the Mer
tdian community.Locat»d permanent
ly here. First house south of pumi'
ing station. Phone 868, Meridian
Prompt service rendered both at barn
and calls. Rate $1,66 per day for care
of animal at barn.
J. MATT ANDERSON.
MERIDIAN TRANSFER UNE
percy McFarland
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE
Prompt
Delivery. Office Phone. BI»;
ho MM) Mj
J MERIDIAN, IDAHO
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In the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of the
State of Idaho, in and for Ada county
Mary E. Haines^ Plaintiff, vs Melvin
G .Haines, defendant. Summons.
1<lall ° 8 «nds greetings
to Melvin G Ham.es, the above named
defendant.
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed against you in
the district court of the Third Judi
cial district of the state of Idaho, in
and for the county of Ada, by the
above named plaintiff, and you are
hereby directed to appear and answer
the said complaint within twenty
days of the service of this summons,
If served within said Judicial District
and within forty days if served else
where; and you are further notified
that unless you so appear and answer
said complaint within the time herein
specified, plaintiff will take judgment
against you as prayed in
complaint.
Said action is brought by plaintiff
to obtain a decree of divorce from de
fendant upon the grounds of w-ilful
neglect and habitual intemperance
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court this 7th day or
July, 1920.
(Seal)
the said
Stephen Utter, Clerk
By TAos. E, Powell, Deputy
PERKY it BR1NCK, Residence Boise
Idaho, Attorneys olr Plaintiff.
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There's something big, vital, in working and striving f,„.
be one's very own.
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stineut that
contentment.
Every dollar paid on t is an invo
pays immediate dividends in comfort, security and
We sell farm and residence property.
EIRE, LIFE, HEALTH, ACCIDENT, AUTO, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
AND COMPENSATION INSURANCE
• SURETY BONDS
Meridian Investment Co.
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
THE
Robertson Grocery & Meat Co

Have opened a cream buying department
at their store and have the latest equip
ment for straining and sterilizing the cans
after the cream is delivered-the first of
the kind outside of the
creamery. They
pay the best market price for cream and
guarantee an honest test.
Bring in Your. Cream.
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dav. Cl< Tlfe a'iv C ^ anse r ?, w l)ut W H1 come back strong scan
Resist the prevai l in t? Vénale w 1 wil1 ,)e worth twice as much later on.
surplus earnings Tn,t,^ en ^ ency , t0 ' ward extravagance. Salt away your
accumulate monev WhS? V ® r Wl H be » a bett9r opportunity than now to
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First National Bank
OF MERIDIAN
Capital, Surplus and Unpivided Profits
over $60,000
MR. town man
You can make no mistake by buying
your meat from the Meridian Meat
Company. Shop Is on Idaho Streat,
opposite the Post-Office.
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MR. FARMER
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Watch for our .Meat Auto which
has started out and is making regu
lar trips, carrying a full ltns of
choice Meats.
Meridian
Meat Co.
'THF haitbe* J h0n * 214 Meridian, Idaho,
CHOICE MEATS''"THE HOUSE OF CHOICE MEAT»"
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NINE points of
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distribution
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interesting little folder ior
trated and desTritedth"" 10 ^' 6 Itt ' t arC
building of the "E»tN^» Vdr '° US parts enterin 2 mto the
ing batterv It d automobile starting and light
upon request. Xl ° e '
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for
A copy will be mailed
Uull for a Free
condition of
Battery Test.
We'll advise you
w your liât ter y and the proper
you your copy ^ ha " d
regarding the
care of it, add
MATLOCK BROTHERS
Afeniciian, Idaho

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