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sV»**; n Meridian Times <■ ■ ■ ". . .— ■F" " /-.fssbf XII. l!ME MERIDIAN, ADA NO. 21, C O II NT Y , IDAHO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920. t USERS WIN CASK RECLAMATION SERVICE gion handed down by Judge the United States court I i . . d of. That the acreage charge furnished settlers on the j j>ayette project should be for the reason that the total j distribution Is charged to a acerage than that designated : secretary of the interior, is Tl ,_ a Dietrich in decision ! y Judge Dietrich in decision | I down today /n the famous ; ' the Boise Payette Wat- ; Association against the rec - .»« the Boise Oan- I officials, says the BoiseCap-. . of Satur4ay. In the decls- j dge Deitrich does not specify ; îount of the reduction as that j etor yet to be determined. The far designated has been , for lands outside the] In a number of questions are i 1 ; re-; ; ease of >n SO er âcre and $70 per acre for lands ! the project and. while it is i t some reduction will be mace the court's ruling that there is ■ ( ter amount of land to bear the \ i than was figured upon, the caunot be estimated until that i it Is definitely fixed,which the ! expresses a hope may be agreed i by the parties to the suit. j i. Eldridge attorney for the set gays the decision means a sav ! $20 per acre to the water us a total of $2,895,000. jucie and other farmers living ; of Meridian have been very ; interested in this suit, and the m means a saving of several j ed dollars to each settler. I - ! it 1 NEW EVAPORATOR - ! of NEW EVAPORATOR READY FOR PRUNES ie new Boise Valley Evaporating Evaporator in the warehouse dis of Meridian, ie now finished and P for evaporating a share of the prune crop. Contractor Barber of e and a force of workmen have l the structure in 40 dayB, which in day, ing I ry quick time. I can e main building is of frame con- j be tion, the basement having con walls, and furnaces to supply unnels in three sections. The 1 tog will cost $21,000, machinery 4500 ' ! and swill cost $5,500 and the picking | is, etc, $5.000 more, the total in- j ment being about $40,000. ] he stock at $50 a share is owned ihe prune growers of this section i and trucks $9,000, the ie holding shares to the amount hree shares to the acre will bring r prunes to the evaporator. It is o-operatlve proposition and after icting expenses the growers will I at lve pay for their fruit which has ' i put in the pool. It is expected I lold the evaporated fruit in stör- | until such a time as the market j avorable. Phe uncertainties of the green ■t market means that the crop in P country will eventually be all Iporated, and a co-operative instl poa of this kind furnishes an ideal if to insure a return for the crop, phe officers and directors of the Ike Valley Evaporator company are tharles Cairns, president and gen ii manager.] pd Crawford, vice-president. Pd Straus, secretary. prthur Cunningham, treasurer. F- W. Fuller, director. Ten girls from Ada county will be ivileged to attend as participants the junior state fair at Boise nexl iek- Of this number tnree, to com IE JUNIOR STATE FAIR WILL ATTRACT ATTENTION «se a canning club, will be from erldian. They will demonsirate-the fining of fruits and vegetables by e cold pack method. The Meridian rls thus honored are Bessie Shook, tky Harris and Lilly Bentley. The embers will stay at the fair all eek as the guests of the junior farm treau, and they will have an enjoy )le time as thy will meet hundreds other juniors from all parts of the tfc jjhe junior state fair promises to he Re atelier attraction of the fair and pe members of the boys and girls pubs will be housed and fed in their department on the grounds.There Fill be chaperones for the boys and »•fis, and they will have all the com. prta of home. Meridian Methodist Church Notes. puuday school at 10; public worship r 11; Epworth League 6.45. Stere * 1 * 7*30 Iectur8, 8Ub J ect "Child Life" s - A - Tuesday evening 7.30. 7 3o' r l>ractico Wednesday eveuiug, Charles A. Quinn, Pastor. New overcoats will not he the fash *uu among the men this winter. There's a reason." Housing Farm Poultry" is the title ■ of a hulletin just issued by the Uai verslty of Idaho extension department *od coutains 32 pages showing how I 0 huild poultry houses of the shed î lype, half monitor type and Idaho ;60l°uy type. The authors are Pren oore, s. P. Smyth and John C. o°ley, all of the University of Id Rho Send for it. Free. t I Next week, beginning Monday, lue i state fair will be held in Boise. retary Hendershot in his usual onti mistlc manner, predicts fine weather j ror next week, and says he wants to : banks now total $577,039.74, accord ir >g to the reports published in last ! week ' s Times. With the moving or | thß cropg thev win 8leadtly < ncrea6e ; and it is expected that they will ; near the million mark. The proeper |lty of the Meridian country is eviden- I ced by the bumper crops of grain, . ^ an<J apple(b< and the regular j export of dairy products. ; - j Sometime ago the republicans pre- j dieted that the non-partizan league , candidate for United States senator would resign in favor of Senator EDITORIAL M E X T I O N ' Meet me at the fair." Let's go' S<-c see every Meridianite at ; "Let's all go." the fair. Bank depcsite in the two Meridian be ! Nugent, and the action of H. F. Sam i uels Wednesday -bears out that pre diction. He has formally resigned his ■ nomination in favor of the senator, \ and his name will not go on the ballot This is a prearranged scheme to de i feat Frank R. Gooding, whom the ! non-partizans remember with feel i ings of opposition as the man who j charged non-partizan league officials with being members of the socialist party and otherwise disloyal. Early in the campaign Mr. Gooding issued a statement in which he says the oppo ; sition he made two years ago ; against certain non-partizan league I officials and not against the members j j of the nonpartizan league, as he nas ■ I the highest regard for the patriotism j ! of those farmers who organize to im- > prove their condition. was Notice for Bide. of Sealed bids will be received 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 the Rural High School in Meridian. Plans and specifications be examined at the Meridian I I can j Hardware company store.Bids should be submitted for building complete. ' H. F. NEAL. Clerk. Rural High School No. 1, 1 Dated Sept. 16, 1920. ' Short courses in geology, mining ! and assaving will open to men at the | [ate p- aive r 8 ity at Moscow Jan. 3d. in- j Entrance requirements are the qual ] ification to read and write intern eently and to work ord.nar> ,.ro ) i lems In arlthmetic ' NO. 92—180 Report of the C ondition o THE RANK OF EAGLE at Eagte. Idaho, at the close of busi ness September 8th, 1910. Drani'RPi ?<3 cash on hand. Due from banks. Checks and drafts on other banks . Loans and Discounts . . Overdrafts . Stocks, Bonds and War rants . Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. Other Real Estate . $ 1 ,015.4 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank . $1.689.35 By . . 22,807.97 142.57 223,138.71 . 1,824.54 _ 12,194.25 850.00 $269,362.81 Total LIABILITIES Individual deposits sub ject to check . $1 d8,493.5 Demand Certificates of Deposit .. .. Time^Certificatea o e- 44 593.03 Cashier's Checks . 1 , 468.07 certified Checks . Jî'îî Total deposits- $207,688.04 . .25,000.00 . . 2 , 100.00 Capital Stock Paid In Surplus . Undivided Profits, less expenses. interest and taxes paid . . 3,367.3* Re-Discounts . 31,306.83 . $269.362.81 Total State of Idaho. County of Ada, I, E. H. Fikkan, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. H. FIKKAN, Cashier. C. Subscribed and sworn tc before me <"• l8 " 1 JM "LSrA'iSs. * Notary Publie. Correct— Attest: E. C. Towne. Wm. Goodali, Directors._ MERIDIAN THEATRE _-PROGRAMS for- Friday and Saturday Nights a 7. and Baby Marie Osborne in a children's picture entitled, "DOLLY'S VACATION" A show that pleases the children suits everyone. Tuesday and Wed, Sept. 28th and 2« Marv Miles Minter in — "NURSE MARJORIE" One or the clovercst co.nedi«» ever written A storv in which Eleanor Robinson scored the greatest success in her career on the s,a fnyr/cONF in a thousand. Also a LLOYD UUM EDY. Remember the Show starts at 7. That Fifteen Million ' ', Æ0& h -V a /> ^ ^ - ASd s j ,v> 1 ' ''JW* « ! i - /P y v r w) gp»r b r « iSHUtt' WE . „MUST RAVE iONE TO TmF j iSAME BUS-NÏSSÎ COLLShr ' i® , -e #3 I j ■ j > 'Pom ( v V I SEARCH v\\V5? oO' 'yr\ »f ÜÜ* ' V y ) & ^0. *i tA 2 j J 125 ! y. 5s \ / *I ^ ■ Ft H Reproduced by permission New ïork Tribune, Inc . •'•. .>v!ghted HS$. ■1 ■ ta —w SB r r.^T f,., i h4 U [.. POULTRY CULLING DEMONSTRATION NEAR KUNA At C. TURNER'S PLACE By Pren Moore. University of Idaho Extension Department, Under the Direction of the Ada County Farm Bureau. I | Good Short Time Investment ; It you have a hundred dollars mere you wish to invest for a short period a Certificate of Deposit fur nisfcea you a convenient and gilt-edge way to keep your money working for you. Certificates are issue«! for six or twelve months and draw 4 per «eut interest and are negotiable. WB WILL APPRECIATE AN OP PORTUNITY TO SERVE YOU. er ; Î First National Bank OF MERIDIAN Caoi tal^Surpl^andJ^^npiv'ded Profits $60.000 over rci r* sghooi Supplies A r Note Books, Pencils, Pens, Ink, Erasers, Crayons, Rules National Ink Tablets Everything Needed In the School Room J? QUALITY SERVICE o PRICES -AT E T 11 'S r o l 1 r 2« FOR SALE OR TRADE—One hay derick a good one. complete, with Joi-Js forks etc. Will take Jersey Zl JTor chicken, in payment, See E H SHELDON, one mil# west nf Meridian on highway Name on mail box * St . Write the Co-Op. Store. Caldwell for price list Standard Binding Twine Quality. Length and Strength gu.ran teed. Bale $10 06. ball $100. 3 gal ready mixed paint, $la.v0, . ure Lm seed oil. bulk $210,white beans 7 He soap, 100 bars, $5; pitchforks $1.35. . 4 -y V yfft PERFECTION IN TIRES ! They not only grace your wheels but add to the car'* ap pearance almost 100 per cent. In addition to thi*, our tire* are lasting and never fail to produce the mileage re sults we claim. properly. They are the cheapest in the end. Made'from the best material and cured Vickers-Sims Hclw. Co MERIDIAN, IDAHO. u A Favorite Indoor Sport IS "WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO TURN UP"'. ABOUT.ALL THE EX ERCISE IT GIVES IS A GREATER ABILITY TO WAIT SOME MORE. The MAN WHO KNOWS HE NEEDS A BANK ACCOUNT BUT WHO / WAITS" UNTIL THE TIME SEEMS MORE OPPORTUNE. WHO WAITS TILL THIS OR THAT TAKES PLACE, HANDICAPS HIMSELF MIGHTILY LV THE BATTLE OF LIFE ANY TIME SOON IS A GOOD TIME TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH THIS BANK—TODAY IS ESPEC IALLY GOOD. ?! if ■ if H l ( i The Meridian State Bank . SET ;| STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY n / / I à ira Yt «1 C ft It l-J CANNING SEASON IS NOW ON' AND WE ARE PREPARED TO SIP PCV YOUR EVERY NEED IN GLASS AND STONE JARS, JAR RUB BERS. AND JAR LIDS OF ALL KINDS. FRUIT FUNNELS, PRESER VING KETTLES. AND PANS OF A1X SIZES. SI GAR FOR CANNING HAS DECLINED SOMEWHAT AND \\ E HAVE A FAIR SIPPLT ON HAND. Does your skim ming better. Th* Viking is made with the STRAIGHT DISC skimming device wuich has proven to be the best, it is czsier to wash—in sures iu-ger lim it's a proven profit maker for the firmer. Ccroe in and let us fen-nastrite a SO VCB. Don't overlook our Stock of PAINTS of all kinds. taster and l Butter Fat is Advancing and we are Paying the Best Market Price few Churning Cream. Co-Operative Mercantile Co IDAHO, MERIDIAN, When you get 8,000. 10,000; and even 14,000 miles on a pop ular priced tire You Don't Worry about putting all your shekels in tires—you have some left to put in the bank. P: £?/ £-2/, ■ ■« t . -C U « L«Q _ < y wm \ . i Make these wonderful records. Come in. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE THEIR QUALITY ROGGE MOTOR CO. ! ! .