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FOR SALK One team of horses.
wt. Ht.d. Good and gentle Or will' trade for milk cows. Phone H41, Mer~! — V good line of Suit Cases, Trunks. Chair Sets at ANDERSON'S »• FOR SALE OR TRADE One hay derirk, a good one, complete, with ropes, forks, etc. \\ ill take Jersey cow, pigs, or chickens m payment, JF «• SHELDON, one mile west of Meridian on highway. Name on mai! box. 4ft Wanted - For Sale and Furniture Store, Meridian, Idaho. LO^T—One 33-4 non-skid IT. auto tire, Inner tube and cover com Plete. Reward if returned to Merid-f L state Rank _ FOR SALK—Rhode Island Red and White Leghorn pullets. ALFRED TAYLOR, One-eighth mile south of Meridian. NOTICE—WARNING. Anyone caught dumping refuse along the public roads will be prose cuted to the full extent of the law. By Order of the Hoard of County Commissioners of Ada County. By L. A. Headrick. Road Overseer. 2(»-6t WANTED -Children to take care of by the day. tiupitre of MHS. C > R. WALLACE, or the Times office. 2t FOR SALE - Corn In the field or will put In silo. Quality of corn is first J. E. WARNER, In Daly house, 3d block east of Meth odist church, Meridian. Corn is in field, a mile weet of Meridian. etaM OLD SHOE8 MADE NEW'—-At tho OK Shoe Shop.. Vtrlgil Brown, Pro prietor. Meridian. HOOD TIKES and heavy tourist Tubes, at Matlock's. Choice Bradshaw PLUMS, 4c per pound, at Kisser station on the car lino. Orders for 10 0 pounds or more delivered tree. CLYDE K. WYLIE, Meridian. KOR SAI.F. FOR HALE —Four good HOLSTEIN HEIFERS. 12 to 15 months old. At Risser station on the car line. CLYDE K. WYLIE, Meridian. FOR SALE BY OWNER—19 acres nice smoofh land, three-fourths mile from Meridian. On Htate highway and car liue. Good building site. No buildings, Terms. C. K. WYLIE. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR HAY —Four fine milk cows. Young stock. FRANK OOODRO, box 146, three fourths mile east of Meridian. High grade Motul oil, at Matlock's. Fruit packers should know that the Meridian Times office has u supply of red rubber stamp Ink. We print fruit picking and packing cards of all kinds. . Write the Co-Op. Store, Caldwell, for price list Standard Binding Twine Quality. Length and Strength guaran teed, Bale $10.00. hall $100. 5 gal. ready mixed paint, IJ5.00, Pure Lin seed oil, bulk $2.10,whlte beans 7 %c aoap, 100 bars, $6; pitchforks $1.35. A Urateful Letter. It la in trying conditions like that related below by Mrs. Geo. L. North of Naples. N. Y., that proves the worth of Chamherlaln'M Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Two years ago last summer" she says "our little boy bud dysentery. At that time we were living In the country eight mites from a doctor. Our son was tikeu ill sud denly and was about the sickest child I ever saw. He was in terribel pain all the time and passed from one con I sent my hus band for the doctor and after he was gone thught f a bottle of Chamber lain'« Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy In the cupboard. I gave him some of It and he began to improve at once. By the time the doctor arrived ha was out of danger." vulsion into another. Chronic Catarrh. Our manner of living makes lis very susceptible to colds and a succession of colds causes chronic catarrh, a loathsome disease with which it is es timated that ninety-five per cent of our adult populaton are afflicted. If you would avoid chrnic catarrh you must avoid cold« r having contracted a cold get rid of It as quickly a« pos sible. Chamberlain's Cugh Remedy is highly recommended as a cure for colds and can be depended upon. In the D'Mrlct Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Ada county Goldie Jamison, Plaintiff, vs Pull man Jamison. Defendant. Alias Summons for publication, Tha State of Idaho sends greatlngs to Pullman Jamison, the above nam ed defendant. You are hereby notified that ■■■_ a com plaint has been filed against you !u 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 bruught to obtain a decree of divorce ou the grou id that defendant has wilfully failed to pro vide for plaintiff the common ncoe* sarie« of life for more than one year last p«,¥t; and plaintiff prays for the care, custody and education of the minor child and for general relief. And you are hereby directed to appear and said complaint within day» of the service of this mous if served Judicial District, and within forty days It served elsewhere, and you are further notified that unrees you so appear and anewor »aid complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed fu said complaint. Witness my hand and the seul of said District Court, this 1st day of September, 1920, (sea)) By Tho». E. Powell, Deputy Clerk. C- If. EDWARDS, Attorney for Plain tiff, Residence, Boise, Idaho. se3-oc8 the answer twenty sum wRhin suid Stephen Utter, Clerk. , , Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Joy . a ' key. in Meridian, a boy. The state fair is only ten days orr. 'Get that pumpkin ready. Mr a ud Mrs Dean Perkins were Meridian visiter« Tuesday. O. W. Alger and family have re J2S«" 1 —«• nd '-« 0 " r several weeks. Miss Nellie Stalker is principal ofj the school this year at Whitney, and has already started the term. Marjory Baird entertained 12 ofl lier little friends Tuesday afternoon the occasion being her sixth birthday, Mr. and Mrs. George Henwood have Rev. and Mrs. Carman E. Moll left! yesterday for their r.ew home at Pu eblo, Colo. ! Mr< aml Mrg j esa p ar fc eP have! , n0 ved to the residence they recently ; iijurchased of Frank Magner on IV est 1 ldah0 8tr<>ct . MERIDIA N NEWS KOTES ■ i The Church of God congregation are holding services each night in a tent on Idaho Btreet. Mrs. Ray Ulmer and daughter Joyce Mildred, were visiting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. T..K. Ulmer. moved to their ranch near the Roose velt school. Mr. and Mr*. K. F- Atwater have returned after a ten days' vacation at Cascade, Idaho. J. M. DePartee of Meridian has re ■ elved his commission as a notary public. He is assistant cashier at the Meridian State Bank. Mrs. Bessie Cavtn asks that her copy of the Meridian Times be ad dress 3d to Baker, Oregon, instead of Hereford, Oregon. E. E. Sims and J. M. Jackson were among the local democrats who heard 'our next president" at Boise Tuesday evening. A. R. Estes left yesterday for Chi cago with eighteen car loads of fat ewes and weathers. The market now is about 7'Ac for the ewes and 9 to 10c for the weathers. Dr. Reno Numbers has taken over the practice of Dr. C. L. Dutton in Meridian. Dr. Numbers is a skilled physician and surgeon and will be a worthy successor to Dr. Dutton. At a recent meeting of Acme Re bekah lodge of Meridian the degree of chivalry was authorized for Mrs. Ruth Nelson and Mrs. Myrtlç Deck. Delegates to the State Assembly to be Hold in Caldwell, October 19th. were selected in the persons of Mrs. Vera Webster, Mrs.Esther Hutcheson, and Mrs. Minnie Barnett. John Hedges purchased tho Nash residence property on Pine street in Meridian, Wednesday, and tho fam ily will make this a very comfortable home. They have been renting the property for several months and were so well pleased with the location that they decided to buy. The place was owned for years by Mrs. N. Nash. Mrs. J. L Gerber of Wilder was here Sunday. Rev. C. A. Quinn returned from the annual conference Monday. He is again appointed to this pastorate, and this meets with the warm ap proval of the people. He announces that reguar services will be held at Choir practice will be held Wednesday evening at the church. The Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon at the church, idlan. the church Sunday. swm 77 . 7 / 7 a // //axKv? Ill \ •v in ■ A im _T/UN tj mm mm Vi mm m ,/ 1 ■ N\ (/// j mm 4 \ / a* Vi m h y, WÂ r,m ft. v/y. y/7; 7 ■'// 'fa 7 // V/, -xs I»' i j 'A y y. P 1/ . V it ^ î g m ''Nfeiiï» I I a in #5h UJ v ; Sam □Q Sa ij/T i .tas ^ ^—iplL, »tructivG Llements srè Aitackin __ our noma. Season in and Season Out - Protect it NOW with \ 8 .j! Pi ÎÏ / 2 vC LsUl m 1PI G ,ii ! ii!| Kill!! ' ' hi •t N O house or building, regardless of how well constructed, can long withstand tho elements tvîry hrushful of FULLER Jut r house or build Paint appLea to ... '} means nut only plot action a. dcittucUye elements, but keeps up ap P» • ances as well. cup l l. tJJLR Paint saves a great deiil moio than it . 71 years of FULLER PaiafcmakinlïV P uan? Ce hUii rstubllshed w hi Kii stV.idatxl of Take u few minutes and make a survey of vour ï'ÎM e r."» building. And remember-there^s a HTLLLR Pa.nt or other Product for every thin» thut nereis preserving or beautifying ' Look Up a FULLER Dealer in Yuiu Town W . P. Fuller & Co. . '.bout ti.e protection of good paint. S'jn .liine, lain, snow, ice und wind; all have their harmful effects in ono form or another. Many obi st r ucturos are in bet te r condi tion than comp ara tively new ones Imî cause they have been pres eived through tho Use of good paint. co < BILLERS paints 71 YEAR u LEADERS ä ft fuller 85i 1819-1920 North west Brandies at Portland, Seattle. Tacoma, ■Spokane, Boise, 11 6 1 i * / . v -y s si MERIDIAN SCHOOLS OPEN WITH MANY PUPILH I The Meridian schools opened last Monday with an Increased attendance | over last year. At the rural high school the attendance will he better later on when the boys and girls get through with the busy fruit season. ! 1» tho seulor high school 65 pupils Mo " d " y w,d 122 lu tho Jun ' ! °Tl.e*teaehero are: Mr. Mliler, Eng I llsh, Latin and History ; Mr. Laird, agriculture. Miss Wtllet, English, Latin and I French. Miss Reed, English; Miss Kidnay, dilatory and geography; Miss Clark, wlance; Mrs. Hand, typewriting and stenography; Miss Newell, mathj ematlcs and sclenoe; Mr. Schock* manual training. George W r . Gould, supt. At the tirade School. A the grude school there was a total enrollment of 227 as follows: 6th. Abbie Leighton, 14 boys and 6 girls. 6th, Mies Beasley. 22 girls, 22 boys. 4th, Miss Bertha Singrqy, 19 girls and 17 boys. 3d, Jeanette Moreton, 18 girls aud 16 boys. 2d, Vera Mitchell, 21 girls and 18 1 * 0 !' 8 - l8t u > Agnus Rudser, girls 13, ^Y 8 « 1st, D. Estelle Gifford, 11 girls and |8 boys, j mathematics; Miss Simon, domestic While Senator Thomas P. Gore. the blind Oklahoma statesman, was battling against the Wilson league of j uutions, Representative Scott Ferris, ! a Wilson man, stole back to Qkl4- ! honia, and wop the seuatorship in ' the democratic primaries. He will; have as his opponent in the election a republican who is very strong In : his state and will be elected. It is: to be regretted, however, that the j blind senator was defeated while lie! was battling for the rights of the peo ple at his post of duty. "Housing Farm Poultry" is tlie title of a bulletin just issued by the Uni versity of Idaho extension department and contains 32 pages showing how to build poultry houses of the shed type, half monitor type and Idaho colony type. The authors are Pren Moore, 8. P. Smyth and John C. Wooloy, all of the University of Id aho. Send for it. Free More than Half the Cars in America Use Clincher Tires Sizes 30x3, 30x3 lé, 31x4 We think the great army of owners who operate these light cars should he able to purchase as good a tire it is possible to manufacture. aa Goodyear has specialized on the con struction of these tires. Goodÿears cost nary tires. L no more than ordi Let Us Show You Our Expert Tire Service will posi tively increase your mileage. There is no extra charge. Matlock's Garage Meridian, Idaho, EAGLE items, Mrs. V M, Hawk left Friday for Bellingham, Wash., where she will vlalt her parents. Bessie Bays left Friday for May, Iduho, where she will teach the com ing year. > .Thomas Aikons left Thursday for Long Beach, Calif., where he will spend the winter. , Mr. and Mrs. James Gilbert and children arrived home after a three visited They week's motor trip, friends at Spokane, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Yongue depart ed Wednesday for Phoenix, Aria., for an indefinite visit. , Notice ifor Bids. Sealed bids will be recoived at the Meridian Hardware company store, in Meridian, up to 10 a. m. on Mon day, September 27, 1920, for the building of a one-story manual train ing and agriculture building on the grounds of Ute Rural High School in Meridian. Plans and specifications can be examined at the Meridian Hardware company store.Bids should be submitted for building complete. H. F. NEAL, Clerk. Rural High School No. 1, Dated Sept, 16, 1920. AUCTION SALE BY MRS. NELLIE JOHNSON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28 Mrs. Nellie Johnson's sale will be held on Thursday, Instead of Tues day. The place will be—A quarter mile oa»t of the Cole School, near the Fair Grounds, 2'A miles west of Boise. 7 miles due east of Meridian, aud the following will bç soltl; EIGHT HOLSTEIN COWS, good milkers. Nearly nit giving milk now. One Guernsey cow. 1 Jersey Heifer, On© Durham Heifer. 1 Jersey Bull, I Durham Bpll. Bull Calf. 5 Heifer Oalve3. A* 80 Incubator. 5 Turkeys. Chickens. Cream separator. Sale Sarts at 1. Free lunch at 12. Terms—6 months. 8 per cent. Col. E Ma.rsters & Son, Auct. A. I). Stanton, Clerk. Etc. The first school story comes from The teacher said "Johnny, can you tell me what is raised in Mexico?" "Naw go on, I know what you want me to say, hut ma told me not to talk rough," Ustlck. -"N SMITH _ vxvmtiUD/^ v* " •/> V ». ./> » For That Election Bet Tire man who buys a Mallory is playing safe! For there is so much cheap stuff parading around at fancy prices, you simply must stick to that guarantees value. a Imme 1 MALLORY HATS have stood for fine quality, fair price for nearly 100 years. We have to he mighty careful about what we.rH our customers that's why we »ell Mallory II&u. smart style, and GARRETT'S " Meridian's Best Store." fi Ö -PS Ive used y y a den ut ne W a TIoundOar STOVE j for RTyeàtrt Dont tell roet| those imitàîiool are juit as ^oo<J , IK now better Round Oak Ranges and Heaters. Picking'Bags and Fruit Ladders Coleman Quick^Light Lamps T ,ii; E lr m i // * Stover Engii MERIDIAN. IDAHO. ira*éi5 3lic © 1 SA î IfU ,4 Our Fall Goods ARRIVING AND WE THINK WE HAVE THE BEST U TOSELECT FROM THAT WE HAVE EVER HAD, CONSISTE 0F ALL KI NDS, LINOLEUM, PABCOLIN, CONGOU™ , g ûo£„?£ RINGS ' MATTRESSES, DRESSERS, DAVENPORTS, 1 A?,r^ HS ' BUFFETS, CHINA CLOSETS, KITCHEN CABINETS, amR V, L A7' HER ROCKERS, CHAIRS, LIBRARY AND LINING AND MANY OTHER THINGS TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION. IltICES THAT INVITE YOUR CONSIDERATION. -COME IN AND COMPARE-- YOURS RESPECTFUL > NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC J. M. ANDERSON Robertson Grocery & M Il have everything you want in the Grocery and Me*' market lub and even in this era of high prices your basket will be filled at our store at a atantial saving. Try us and see. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. S f7//~ , OurOrnn iCo, «I t -Jw/i tuF* 1 ' for * iuvos There's be one ■»•••«thing bjig, vital, in working and striving '« very own. Every dollar paid on t is «" l*ajs iinnuHliate dividends In comfort, security **id v 0 " We sell farm FIRE, LIFE, HEALTH, AND COMPENSATION and residence property. KVIPLOYEBJ' •'Jÿs SURETY ACCIDENT, AUTO, ^ INSURANCE Meridian Investment CO. POST OFFICE BUILDING, MEÎRIDIAN, IDAHO *