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The Meridian Times
XIII.
VOL.
MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921.
NO. «.
Éditorial Mention
. Il.IUDIAN WEFDg ARK
Éditorial Mention
With gasoline at 29c and plenty of
nice driving weather, there is
case except work, that should keep
one off the highway these days. Get
out the Ford and clip off the miles.
Mrs. Lyda Southard, charged with
the murder of Edward F. Myer, her
fourth husband, will arrive in Twin
Fails to-day, in charge of an officer
and a woman matron.
no ex
W. G. Swendsen, state commission
er of reclamation, is at New York to
be present at a power conference, in
which the power rights Involved in
the buliding of the American Falls
reservoir will be presented.
It is said that a family should
move every ten years to get rid of the
accumulation of "junk." This causes
a'Meridian man to inquire, "What is
junk?" Much of it is stuff we
thought valuable and
make up our mind to part with it. A
fire is perhaps a good thing,
C. H. White, well known, to Mer
idian lyceum patrons, has recently
returned from New Zealand, where
he went to place a new Chautauqua
territory. Mr. White has removed
to Portland, from Boise, and will
hereafter make the rose city his
home. The EHison-White offices at
Boise *have been closed.
once
we cannot
The crowed condition of the Black
foot insane asylum has been a mat
ter of public comment. Bids were
opened last week for a ward for the
criminally insane, to cost $100',000,
which will relieve the condition and
permit of a segregation of patients.
That the country, although hav
ing hard times, has not gone to the
bow wows this spring is evidence
• that usually "the worst never hap
pens." There is evidence of business
revival, the banks have some money
left, and the lower price for necessi
ties allows the careful husbandman
or housewife, to buy food and raim
ant without placing a mortgage on
the family automobile.
Ethel T. Clark, Ada Tax Collector,
was in Meridian yesterday. She in
formed the Times that there seems to
be an erroneous impression in the
minds of some as to the expiration of
time for the second imyment of taxes.
The legislature two years ago chang
ed this law so that
date Is the fourth Monday in June,
and not as some suppose, the 1st day
of July. This date comes the 27th of
June this year.
the expiration
Kelly and Frank McKinnis took
charge of the Meridian meat market
this week, and have changed the
name to the City Meat Market. The
McKinnis Brothers are experienced
in this line and will conduct the shop
in a clean sanitary manner and those
patronizing the place will be assur
ed of getting the best meat that is on
the market. See their ad in another
column.
A very interesting recital was given
by some of 1 the students of the Boise
Academy of Music, at Bishop Tuttle
hall, at Boise, Monday evening. Mr.
Oliver C. Jones, the director, is much
gratified at the advancement shown
by the pupils. Miss Eudora Barz, a
former Meridian girl, was on the
program for a piano selection.
E. L. Terrill, who was in Meridian
Tuesday, making advance plans for
the Chautauqua states that Kiss Lois
Hill will be the manager for the Mer
idian event, and will arrive in time
to make arrangements for the open
ing program, Sunday afternoon, July
3d. There will be a slight change in
this Sunday program from' the -print
ed announcement, and the talent se-~
cured will present a lecture or other
educational number, -to take s the
place of the number at the hour ad
vertised for A. Mather Hilhurn, the
humorist.
the program the following day, so we
will have the benefit of an extra
number, without cost. The manage
ment desire to present nothing on
Sunday that will not be in keeping
with the sacred character of the day.
ANNUAL FARM BUREAU 1'ICNIC.
Tlib annual picnic of the Ada
County Farm Bureau will be held on
Ragle island, just south of Eagle, on
Mr. Breshears' ranch, near the ar
tesian well, on Sunday next,
members of the farm bureau not only
welcome all farmers but urge them
to be present to spend the day In
meeting old friends as well as new.
farmers on the project. Efforts are
being made to secure C. B. Ross, sec
retary of the State Fair bureau, to
give a short talk.
Everyone should avail themselves
of this opportunity to meet together.
Lunch will be served at noon. Bring
your family and a basket full of
goodies.
Mr. Hilhurn will be on
The
of
at
but DOES COUNTRY TOWN
LIFE MAKE ONE LAZY?
Edward W. Bok, for 30 years edi
tor of the Ladies' Home Journal does
not favor the large city as against
the small town, for the young man
says a young man in a small
contact. -He has u cnattce to de
velop the human relations not all
!-ased on business interests. His life
>s not charged with the eelctric cur
rent of city life and its thousand and
one demands which send a man half
rested and yawning to his business
tbe next morning " >'
He
. Il.IUDIAN
AIS ORGANIZE
„ Thn „ ... ,
ia on iV thro a " T mmer Cha,llaUf l" a
as the ,,rn Weeks away - and aa far ;
it has !?"' ?" d dales Can make
ness™ f ° BUCCeSSi - The busl - '
■n.met Tuesday evening and ;
orm.t y organized for the campaign, ;
m putting over the five-days' event
in a pioper manner.
following the meeting, held Tues
ay night, the committee has issued
the following statement:
"Our Chautauqua course for this
year covers the five days. Julv 3 to
fill inclusive. The Chautauqua is an
institution that is firmly establish
ed in our land and all progressive
communities have come to look for
ward eagerly to its coming and toi
value it highly for its educational :
entertaining and social features '
Th#* p.'Hvono Hg t j- ,
year have made this
b/ becoming flnimcianv^sno^h 6 1
for it and who earnestly besneak th?
co-operation and hlartv Znnït
the citizens of the to^n L? l of
itv, are as follows d commun
y, are as tot lows.
Örave I U piort Î a
■ H Peer Fenton,,
Stanton, r! q Stalker W R Baird
W. M. Moreland S H Griffith Dm'
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The guarantors met with E. L. i
Terrill, representative of the Chau
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President, A. D. Stanton.
Vice Prest., Mary Velma Braye.
Treas " w - R : Baird.
Committees were provided as fol
a^ • •
as ^chairman ? °' A ' Qulnn !
Grounds, W.M. Moreland, Chairman j
Tickets— J. R. Clark, Chairman.
Publicity, Rev. F. L. Cook, Chmn.
The course promises to be one of j
real merit, better than ever before,
and entirely worthy of the liberal /
patronage of our good people.
"The Junior Course, extending
thruout the entire period, is a feat
ure that should be emphasized and
given the hearty support which it de- :
serves." 1
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WITEPSKIE'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA AT CHAUTAUQUA
Prominent Chicago Organization Will Present Two Big Concerts on the Last Day
With Olive McCormick in Joint Recital in the Evening
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thn* of tlie red-letter events of the coming Chautauqua week rests lu the appearance on the last day of Witep
skie's Concert Orchestra with Olive McCormick as soloist. Under the leadership of Meyer Witepskte, well-known
pianist and director, this organizafion has reached a high place in the world of orchestral music,
bers are soloists and their long association has resulted in producing an orchestra which delights not only the most
musically critical, hut th'e "every day" music lover as well. Miss Oiive McCormick, coloratura soprano, formerly soloist
with I'ittsburgh Symphony Or chérira , appears with the orchestra.
All of the uiein
BIG CHAUTAUQUA IN MERIDIAN JULY 3d TO 7th
Bessie Hedges entertained a number
of her friends at a party Thursday
afternoon. Those present were: Dor
othy and Charlotte Tolleth, Rather-;
ine Beam, Jessie Miller, Grace Shel
don, Georgia McKinnis and Blanch
Burnett; and Frank Hunt, Patrick
Doherty, Ray Thompson,
Heikes. Harold Jackson,
McKinney, and Harold Reese. Music ;
and games and a nice luncheon were;
enjoyed.
Raw milk at the Carnation factory
at Nampa is being received at the
rate of about 125,000 pounds a day.
Teddy
Joseph
the interesting article fro " tl « ; De '
partment of Agriculture relative to,
amount of ensilage tor^'
lug, for a certain number of anima . ;
These articles by
published in the Merldla " J L? oÎ
week, aie alone worth the price ot
>' oar payer—j$* a >ear.
I
WEFDg ARK ALSO GROW
ING IN THK DITCHES
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The »ward of directors of the Nam
; pa & Meridian district, Messrs. T. H
McDermott, Frank Rosenlof. and
' H - L - Handall, met in regular month
; ly session Tuesday at Nampa. One of
; the important objects of the meeting
of the board, at this time of year es
pecially, is to hear the report of the
manager, as to the condition of the
ditches and the water supply and <je
livery, and this spring seems to be
dl ^ ferent f rom others.
Manager Guy A. Remington re
poned that the emergency need just
nowr lB in getting a half-Nelson hord '
on the ra oss, grass an weeds that !
are 8 ett ing a big growth already.
- e big rains this spring gave in
: cen tive to every weed to do its best— 1
or worst -
Instead of worrying; about the water
supply, which promises to be abimd
1 1 Uhe water aad tbe worry?. ,
th i? y are trying to take care of those
who complain of too much aqua
pura > and this is Just as l.ad, appar-;
ently in injuring the land, as having j
too little. ;
Ti "f "■*
Meridian distinct now has the best 1
an d most effective working organiza- 1
la° n U ? history ' and the directors:
are . COmpete " t to handle any situation!
i are meeting with success'
Mr •
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put the first crop of alfalfa in condi
tlon for harvest, he says, and the!
small grain crop is making a wonder
fui growth. "A record breaking crop !
18 in pr ospect in the Nampa - Merid
! ' Bn diStHCt /_
j 8ECOJ,n INSTALL
MENT °F TAXES NOW DUE.
.
j , ^ ""If 11 of f" xes for I
" deHmjuent on the,
/ not nLîd wben J ?i?,t ( / h Tf "''V
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Kindly mail or bring vn.u. nnti«»
when piying tax?* * ' notice
: ETHEL T CLARK •
1 A,la Un.,n v T/ iVaîl; .
Ada county rax Collector,
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Worry Destroys Working Power
Worry and fear arc life destroyer*. You cannot get
fat, rich, or he happy while worry preys on your
mind and takes all th* joy out of life.
Nine times out of ten lack of money, or something
money could help to secure, is the cause of worry.
A little reserve in the FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF MERIDIAN will remove one, and usually the
chief cause, of worry. And it will be safe from bur
glars and robbers.
;
First National Bank
OF MERIDIAN
You will accumulate capital audthe strength to usa it.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profit* over $60,000
IMFROVED FREIGHT SERVICE
OS INTERURBAN ROAD
! The Boise Valley ,racti °n company
eVer alive to any improvement that
wHI add t0 the of the
j Vice for lingers and freight, and
| th , 18 week announces a plan which
has alread y been adopted, and which
means better freight service,
Bing, the new traffic
as<ir of the rottd > wa s in Meridian
y68terday ' interviewing citizens with
an eye to securing suggestions for
any improvement, and says the new
R! an "! e,an - s a double freight service
thr °u8hout-the valley,
' . A freighter now runs out of Boise
! ''•F 1 - on the southern division,
w " lc " makes an early morning deliv
Another freighter leaves at
1 a - m - on both north and south
routes, which takes care of all early
mt#|,Ii ing orders,
Thi * enabies shipments to be de
, on the ™ day aa 'ordered.
L f n ! ir<ie , rB al K e ,)honed ' for instance, .
f h olse ' n the morning before 11.3o
? he jpbb ? r can get the freight to the
j ? ep ° l b . 6 . f . ore n - 30 apd it is delivered
; to Meridian or any other point the
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1 MKR ™; IAX STUDENTS RE
CE,VE UNIVERSITY HONORS
The two Meridian students in the
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nouncement made at the commence
ment exercises at Moscow Tuesday.
sa sä äs s„ït s j ,r
SS. WOTCSïâfÂ
science B mtteis and
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F. R. Curtis and son George Curtis
! of Boise, and L. C. VVildnmn o^Mer
idian, have bought thT
bll8ine88 of the Robertson Grocery &
are experienced merchants ^nci^vîn
no doubt merit and secure a goo,
trade. Mr. Robertson was iiartiallv
influenced, in disposing of his busi'
ness, by the state of his health, and
h®/! 11 take a vacati011 ° ,u of doors,
he w,11 - go to the mountain, for
« e has built up a nice
??f,r? nage f .° r bls 8tore here - and his
^ l rt, " , i ' 3 treat m e nt of customers
Meridfaf Æ' His raauy
Mei'idian friends wish t,im success in
his new plans for the future.
ser
man
McCormick
AND
Deering
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And full
Rakes and Binders.
Stock of Repairs for them.
We will treat you |
Right as to Price and Terms.
Also ;
VICKERS-SIMS HARDWARE CO.
State Highway
f
Meridian, Idaho,
BUILD YOUR CREDIT UPON
A SOUND FOUNDATION
No one would build a home or factory upon shifting sands!
Yet how many pedpfe attempt to tear a credit structure
over night!
A sound credit standing like a sound building, can only be ji
reared upon a sound foundation—and that takes hard
work, sound individual policies and time. Like the road
to success—there is UO short cut.
Credit is the life-blood of any growing business or agricul
turai enterprise. Its cultivation pays big dividend

The Meridian State Bank
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?1TATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
GET YOUR
National Biscuit Co.
Crackers and Cookies
In Package and Bulk at
TOLLETH'8
SERVICE ~ QUALITY
meridian,
PRICES
IDAHO.
Automobile Owners Attention
This Coupon is Worth $2.50
As an inducement to
our battery station,
this coupon as part payment towards
a new battery.
you to visit
we will honor
Sommerville & Thomas
Battery, Electrical and Carburetor
Specialists
922-24 Front St., Phone 2413, Boise, Idaho.
There are no big
clumsy parts to
lift and clean.
Buy the Viking
for the time and
labor it will save
for you.
Come in and let
us show you the
Simplest, Easiest
running, Easiest
cleaned, separator
on the market.
Headquarters
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FOR
GROCERIES
FRUITS
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CONFECTIONERY, AND
i HOOL 8UPPLIKH
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CO OPERATIVE MERCANTILE CO
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