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<>• J Méridien Times • '* % XII. JOLUM E MERIDIAN, ADA C O U NT Y , IDAHO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920. NO. 22. »«DIAN SCHOOIi NOTES. FOR A WINTER LYCEUM »«DIAN SCHOOIi NOTES. st April's Remington awards for ypewriting class were lost in the and duplicates arrived Tuesday These were presented to tudents in general assembly lastjC. sday morning. Records were as ting. ■ Egbert, gross 474, errors 3, net Ker minute. Hernlce Harms gross 435, errors 2, Ker minute. ■jith Wright, groBS 475, errors 5, H4I per minute. ■any of last year's students are King hard to win the Gold Medal Ked by the Remington typewriter ■pany which la awarded to any Kent who nets 55 words per min with not over five errors In a minute test. The school board has i offered a $10 cash prize to any lent winning a gold medal. Freshmen i ,t a meeting held September 15th, ■ Freshmen selected class officers ■ lert Stanton, president; Gaylord nse, vice-president; Opal Hulsn, 'etary, and Frank Winzeler, treas r f the 51 students enrolled, all are Ing algebra and English, the re red subjects; and 19 are enrolled general science; 19 in Latin, and In ancient history. Nine boys are ing agriculture, seven manual ^^Ining; and twenty girls are taking ^^Kestic science. Freshman class Is the largest ^^Bhe entire high school, and as such ^Hustly proud of itself. ^Hliss Reed Is class advisor. Junior I ^■unior class enrollment has greatly ^Breased this year, but It is growing Hidlly. ^Klass officers are: Rebecca Jones, ^■aident; Alma Cox, vice-president; ^Byd Adams, secretary and treas r. Miss Simon is class advisor. Two new juniors have joined us 1 year. We are glad to have them I have plenty of room for more. The Juniors are proud to have a ) per cent membership in the Ath ic club, and are boasting of a ^■ssmate as officer of the organizat Rebecca Jones was selected as etary at the assembly on Wed-1 } ■day. „ . , . . , . ^^Bnglish is harder this year, since courso includes both English and —Berican literature. i BBK se valley pool turns DOWN OFFER FOR WOOL |Brhe half million pounds of wool pw* ln the hands of the local assocl ■» will be held until a fair price is ^■ered. A recent offer was turned tfn as not being sufficient. Outside of the pool, most of the ol has been sold or consigned, and in Kohn bought the Pierson ana tton clips, near Maple Grove, this ek for 3114 c. This is against 50c last year's clip. ?,? e ot tlle odd thing« in connection th the price of wool Is the con iUe< t high price of clothing. One nk at Mountain Home, owned by ®1 men,failed this week with heavy bilities. ■ - LOST—Last Friday, south of the , 8 - L - track, a brown leather alli [® r Land bag, containing a lady's 1(1 watch, silk gloves and a number other article«. Leave at post-office Meridian and receive a liberal re trd. Mercy ! Did You Ever See Such a Light Sleeper ? Bl K I V \ m JAMES ' v who's ' that VflTH il -YOU ? A 1 1 v V? 7 % I Jh9Rk_., frllfjRr 1 1 / m j 'll ■ ÿ i m ■ I ' '•I X. ■ k : IV I «A4 4 1 Roproduo»« by p«rmUalon N«w ïork Tribun*, mo., CoByri*ht*d IMS. * I v FOR A WINTER LYCEUM COURSE FOR MERIDIAN A meeting was held at the Boise valley realty office Friday night organize for the winter lyeoum. Rov. A. Quinn was solected us chairman John F. Baird, secretary, and A. D Stanton treasurer. to A ticket-selling committee consisting of Supt, Oeo. Oould, Dr. P. L. Tawney, J. R Clark and C B Cox was appointed. The McAllister company Saturday evening Oct. 9th is a splendid attraction and will start the season In good shape. The green prune packing was com pleted in Meridian this week and not less than 500 cars have gone out over the Short Line and perhaps an equal number diverted to Nampa over the Interurban line. Notice for Bids. Sealed bids will be received at the office of Dr. H. F. Neal, Clerk, in Meridian, up to 10 a. m. on Mon day, October 4, 1920, building of a one-story manual train ing building, to be built on the grounds of the Rural High School in Meridian. Plans and specifications can be examined at H. F. Neal's office over 1st National Bank. Bids should be submitted for building complete. H. F. NEAL, Clerk. Rural High School No. 1, Dated September 30, 1920. Meridian Methodist Church Notes. for the Sunday school at 10; public worship at 11; Epworth League 6.45; Public worship at 7.30. j Choir practice Wednesday evening, i Rally day will be duly observed by ' this school at the 10 o'clock service.!.,. Followed by a short sermon by the i pastor. Baptism of children and re- j ception of new members, followed , by dinner in the social room. The j public cordially invited. Bible study Thursday evening 7.30. j Charles A. Quinn, Pastor. a ' 0ïded Y l î, ea V ng every cold as 'soon as the first symptoms of the ' j I Financial Loss Due to Colds. ! It is estimated that the average man loses three days time each year from inability to work on account of hav- ' ing a cold. Much of this loss can be disease appear. Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy has won a wide reputation and immense sale by its cures of this disease. Try it. You are certain to be pleased with Us pleasant taste and the prompt relief which it affords. FOR SALE OR TRADE—On« hay derick, a good one, complete, with ropes, forks, etc. Will take Jersey cow, pigs, or chicken* in payment. See E. H. SHELDON, one mile west of Meridian on highway. Nam« on mail box. 2f > PRES* ARY! MERIDIAN B. F. Talbot, Proprietor" MERIDIAN, IDAHO. We have opened the Meridian Pres sary for business and are prepared to do all kinds of cleaning, pressing and repairing. We call for and deliver all articles in town. Satisfaction guaran teed v MERIDIAN THEATRE -PROGRAMS FOR Friday and Saturday NightB a 7. FEATURE PICTURE - TACK DEMPSEY EPISODE—— Remember the Show starts at 7. =f i T;. 1 Frank R. Gooding to Speak in Meridian Next Monday Evening, October 4th. Hon. Frank R. Gooding, in point of service and activity probably of Idaho's most constant and g etic citizens, and Republican candi date for United States senator, is making a , , .. .... l L rou 6L° u t fh e state of Idaho, and it ia a notable circumstance that he is finding the heartiest response in every one ener Nations is carrying conviction that _ _ „ _ Mr. Gooding will prove a collègue worthy of the name in the upper whirlwind campaign portion of the state. His straight forward talk in behalf of all those things so greatly needed by the state and its industries, by the farmer and laborer, by the businessman and the l_„ fi „ 0 „ „ -,_____, rtisan > carries a direct appeal, and his strong utterances sustaining Sett ator Borah against the League or house of the national assembly. For Good Short Time Investment If you bar« a hundred dollars or mare you wish te invest for a short period a Certificate of Deposit fur nishes you a convenient and gilt-edge way to keep your money working for you. Certificates nr« issued for six or twelve months and draw 4 per cent interest and are negotiable. WS WILL APPRECIATE AN ÖP PÖRTUNITY TO SERVE YOU. ! First National Bank OF MERIDIAN CagiteJ^Surglu^^ndAJngivided^rofits^ove^ $60,000 School Supplies y Note Books, Pencils, Pens, Ink, Erasers, Crayons, Rules <3|*> National Ink Tablets Everything Needed In the School Room QUALITY SERVICE Ü * , PRICES -AT 4 •• TOLLE T I I 'B . »4M»**« the Big Concrete Elcvator^j| WE HANDLE SCOTT'S BEST IVORY WHITE FLOUR AND MILL FEED. WE BUY YOUR WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN AND P^Y THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICK. OFFICE ON STATE HIGHWAY, AT BIG CEMENT ELEVATOR. I n Milling & Elevator Go. M. M. DAVIDSON. MANAGER, MERIDIAN IDAHO, two years Senator Borah has had no support from his compatriot. Following the perfect plan of doing business for the nation, and in sup porting Harding and Coolidge, it is highly essential that Idaho secure the best form of team work and it can only be secured by electing Good ing to assist the senior Senator in his great public projects.. From every community in Idaho comes the word that Gooding's elec tion is certain. He has a distinctive argument to make this year, and the people of this community should manifest every interest, and give him a rousing reception upon the night of his address. He will speak at Meridian next Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the public hall. m & h 1 »j PERFECTION IN TIRES They not only grace your wheels but add to the car's ap pearance almost 100 per cent. In addition to this, our tires are lasting and never fail to produce the mileage re sults we claim. Made*from the best material and cured properly. They are the cheapest in the end. 1 Vickers-Sims Hdw. Co MERIDIAN, IDAHO. 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 IN THE BATTLE OF : LIFE. ANY TIME SOON IS A GOOD TIME TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH THIS BANK -TODAY IS ESPEC IALLY GOOD. 1 1 The Meridian State Bank STATE AND COUNTY BEP©SIT®RY 4 r J mi Y v 1 \v ré; » CANNING SEASON IS NOW ON AND WE ARE PREPARED TO SUP PLY YOLK EVERY NEED IN GLASS AND STONE JARS, JAR RUB BERS, AND JAR LIDS OF ALL KINDS. ! Vl.N'G KETTLES, AND PANS OF ALL SIZES. SUGAR FOR CANNING HAS DECLINED SOMEWHAT AND WE HAVE A FAIR SUPPLY ON HAND. FRUIT FUNNELS, PKESEK «g» Does your skim ming taster and better. The V r fe ! n g is made with the S'i RAIGHT DISC tkimmmg device which has proven to bt the best. It is easier to wash—in cuts! longer life. It's a proven profit irzUei for the farmer. Come in and let us demonitrat« a ■ . to you. Don't overlook our Stock of PAINTS of all kinds. : Butter Fat is Advancing aud W« are Paying th« Best Market Price for Churning Cream. 4> Co-Operative Mercantile Co MERIDIAN, IDAHO, When you get 8,000, 10,000 and even 14,000 miles on a \ ( p ular priced tire You Don't Worry about putting- all your shekels in tires—you have some left put in the bank. +■ ^ i l&i. ■I j QO ii w bfe! fc'öi 1 . Ö5Ä ! -cM% I Make these wonderful records. WE WILL DEMONSTRATE THEIR QUALITY ROGGE MOTOR CO. Come in.