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The Meridian Times
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MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JI NK 24, 11)21.
NO. 8.
CARL FRUIT CO.
TO BUILD DRIER
The agent for the Earl Fruit Co.,
in Meridian, P. J McDonough, who
had charge of the company's busi
ness last year and who bought
many carloads of fruit of the grow
ers in this vicinity, came to Merid
ian Monday, with his family, and
will make this place their home.
He says the company will im
prove their property in the
house district, which already has a
warehouse on it, with a modern
packing house and that the work
of construction will begin at
He has six builders who will arrive
from Oregon in a few days, and
will employ a considerable amount
of local help in putting up the
building.
The dimensions of the building
are not announced, but it will com
pare favorably with the plants of
the McBirney interests, the Idaho
Products Co. and the Co-Opera
tive plants, and is one more build
ing to establish Meridian's reputa
tion as the fruit-drying headquart
ers of the northwest. Already the
capacity of the three mammoth
driers is not excelled by any place
in the Pacific northwest, and the
Earl Fruit Co.'s new building will
be a worthy addition to the list.
The company will carry on an ex
tensive business of drying prunes
apples, etc.
ware
once.
"MAN OF MANY FACES" '
A. Mather Hilburn Seems to Possess
Every Kind of a Face Under
the Sun.
A Mather Hilburn, the eharacterist
and impersonator who comes to enter
tain Chautauqua audiences on the
opening night, is "a man of many
faces." He apparently possesses ev
ery kind of a face the different races
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reproducing typical specimens in every
detail of correct expression. He is an
artist in the use of grease-paint, wigs
and costumes and he "makes up"
with startling rapidity in full view of
the audience. You forget Hilburn and
see only the varied characters he so
masterfully portrays.
FINE HAT MAKING
A PHILIPPINE ART
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MERIDIAN CHAUTAU QÛA, JULY 8d TO 7th, 1031.
DAILY PROGRAM
Season Tickets
Daily Schedule:
Children's Hour ....
Afternoon Concert . .
Afternoon Lecture . .
Evening Concert . . .
Evening Lecture . . .
Adults .
Students
Children
No war tax because of Ellison
White being on non-profit basis.
$2.50
... 9:00
... 2:30
... 3:00
... 7:30
... 8:00
1.50
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FIRST DAY
Sunday,'July 3.
:
Afternoon— Opening Announcements of the Week
Miss Lois Hill, Chautauqua Director.
..The Apollo Duo
Music and Entertainment
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Admission 50c.
Organizing Junior Chautauqua.
Evening—Music and Entertainment.......
Address. .
•.. The Apollo Duo
Dr. J. A. Glrndrning, Boi»?
Monday, July 4.
SECOND DAY
.Morning —Junior Chautauqua.
Afternoon — Concert Prelude.
Margaret Reynolds Company
Character Sketches Appropriate to July 4th. .A. Mather Hilbuni
Inspirational Lecture "Levers that Move the World" ..
Mrs. Taylor X. Marshall
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Admission 50c.
Evening — Concert Prelude
Lecture .
...... Margaret Reynolds Company
"Remaking the Kentucky Mountain
eer, James A. Burns, "Burns of thé Mountains.
Admission 75c.
THIRD DAY
Tuesday, July 5.
Morning —Junior Chautauqua.
Afternoon—Original Readings
"Dick Posey" the Western James Whitcomb Riley
Admission 50c.
Evening—Greatest Comedy Success in Years . . . "It Pays to Advertise'*
The Keighley New York Players with an All-Professional Cast
Admission $1.00.
FOURTH DAY
Richard Posey Campbell
Wednesday, July 6.
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Morning —Junior Chautauqua.
Afternoon—Concert. . TheValda Four.
Admission 50c.
An AU-Star Male Quartette
Evening— Concert Prelude,
Illustrated Lecture
Carveth Wells, noted Explorer and Formerly Lecturer at
Imperial College, London University.
Illustrated with Remarkable Pictures of the „Malay Peninsula.
Admission 75c.
. The Valda Four
"A Trip Through the Jungle"
FIFTH DAY
Thursday, July 7.
Afternoon
Concert
Wltepakie's Concert Orchestra
Meyer Witepskie, Conductor.
Children's Playground Demonstrations.
Admission 50e.
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Evening — Concert....
Added Feature
Wttepskie's Concert Or cl test ra
.OLIVE McCORMICK
Noted Coloratura Soprano.
Admission $1.00.
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No war tax on single admissions because Ellison-White being on non
profit basis.
Sunday program will be in keeping with sacred character of the day.
Season Tickets are on sale by the committee until noon of the opening
day at price listed above. After that time they advance 50c. They are
transferable only within the owner's immediate family.
Children's Tickets at $1.00 admit children in grammar grades. This ticket
admits them to all regular Chautauqua programs as well as the Junior
Chautauqua.
Single Admission to the various sessions amount to almost three times
the cost af a season ticket. . Even though you attend but a few num
bers, it is economy to buy a season ticket. Children's single admissions
approximately .half price.
NOTICE.
To Water Users of Nampa and
Meridian Irrigation District:
It seems to be a very common
practice of the water users from
our canal system to waste water in
to the <1 rains constructed by the
United itates Reclamation Service
for our Irrigation District without
waste water ditch and
with the
providing a
connecting the same
drain boxes provided for this pur
pose.
Regarding this matter, I wish to
to say that this practice cannot be
telerated for the reason that to
waste irrigation water over the
banks into a drain at a point where
drain box is provided, will have
JZ'rZZ S'ktÆ "£
j District to provide itself with ex
pensive dredging machinery for
the purpose of cleaning its drain
canals and thus increase the
age
; maintenance cost.
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Trusting that all water users
! along our drainage system will co
! operate with the officials of our
: District in this matter and provide
the necessary waste water ditches,
I remain '
Yours very truly,
G. A REMINGTON.
, Na a & M er id, a n Irrigation Dis
tnct
General Manager,
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Fire Works!
Fire Works!
JUST RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY
Flags
Sparklers
Fire Crackers Torpedo Boats
Sky Rockets Rim Wheels
Salutes
Roman Candles
Repeating Cap Pistol and Ammunition.
BEAM'S BAKERY
Worry Destroys Working Power
MERIDIAN
Worry and fear are life destroyers. You cannot get
fat, rich, or be happy while worry preys on your
mind.and takes all tha 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 antlthe strength to use it.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits over $60,000
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And full Stock of Repairs for them. Also
Rakes and Binders. We will treat you j
Right as to Price and Terms.
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YKKERS-SIMS HARDWARE CO.
State Highway
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Meridian, Idaho.
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The High Cost of Carrying Cash
Have you ever stopped to think how much it costs
you to carry a bill roll instead of a check book?
It is estimated that the people of the United States
have in their pocket books, their bureaus, their mat
tresses and tea pots, Three Billion Dollars. The in
terest on this for one year at three per cent, amounts
to Ninety Million Dollars.
Make your money work. Open an account with us.
The Meridian State Bank
STATE AND BOUNTY DEPOSITORY
GET YOUR
National Biscuit Co.
Crackers and Cookies
In Package and Bulk at
TOLLETH'S
SERVICE - QUALITY - IBICES
MERIDIAN,
IDAHO.
Automobile Owners Attention
This Coupon is Worth $2.50
As an inducement to you to visit
our battery station, we will honor
this coupon as part payment towards
a new battery.
Sommerville & Thomas
Battery, Electrical and Carburetor
Specialists
922-24 Front St„ Phone 2413, Boise, Idaho.
There are no big ^=3
clumsy pans to /T
lift and clean.
Buy the Viking
for the time and %
labor it will save lj
for you. tgj
Come in and let 'll
us show you the I
Simplest, Easiest
running, Easiest- A
cleaned, separator
on the market.
Headquarters
FOR
GROCERIES
Fill'ITS
CONFECTIONERY, AND
t HOOL SUPPLIES
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