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NOTICE FOB BIOS.
Sealed bids will be received Up tt Friday, July 29, 1921, at 12 o'clock noan, for the construction of one room school building, practically a duplicate of the present one-storv building. Bids to be left at tny office or mail ed to me. Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Il F, NEAL, Clerk, Rural High School, No 1, Ada Co ANNOUNCEMENT, 1 here has been no time in the past and we are going to make an effort to see that there will be time in the future that you cannot get Champion Mower and Binder repairs at the Meridian Hardware implement Co, Come and see us for all your hardware wants. nu & How's This ? offer lloo.M for any case of catarrh t:.«f cutiaut be cured by HALLT CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is Is!, en internally and aots through the SW en internally ana acts through tbs lih, on the Mucous Surface» of the Sysieu Sold by dmgglats for Price 7Sc. Testimonia! over forty yea,. _ . Testimonials free. r. J. Cheney Sc Co., Toledo, Ohio. FOR HALE,—Best iota in Meridian Secure a nice building lot In the bea< part of town, where the good house» are building Ou aud near the statt highway. Yonr own terms of payment •••Liliert} Bonds Taken at Par **• FRANK NOURHB, Phone 2150 J. Boise NAMPA ELEVATOR CO. IKK GRINDING AND CLEANING We are fitted for grinding and cleaning seed of all kiuds. We have Installed two large machines, one for wild oats and oue for seeds. The Meridian Times Job depart ment will print butter wrappers, with your name and address, at $1.50 for the first hundred, and ,">0e for each additional hundred. Will print on short notice Only the best quality of pure while imper is used and non polsouous butter-wrapper ink. OREGON SHORT LINK RAILWAY Tim* of train« passing Meridian.Alt I tint« scheduled is Pacific time. Ex ample: 12 o'clock noon Pacific tints I» 1 o'clock p. m. Mouutaln time Boi»« I» Natupa. Tint« of Passing Meridian: 170 1:16 am connect No. 18 cast bound and No. 17 westbound ( at Nana pu. ! No, 17 J 7.29 am Pony to Hunting § tol> No 174 16.12 am. connect with No H 4 east bound at Nampa. -11.57 um connection No 23 westbound at Nampa 2 OS pm -connect No. 1» westbound ut Nampa 5 29 pm connect No, 24 •aatbound at Nurnpa. Xauipa to Boise. K No. I No 17« No 178 1 No 180 „ Tim« ut passing Meridian: No, 171—2.57 ant connection from No. 17 nest und No. 18 euMtbouud. 9 67 am. Pouy from llunt No. 178 ftii Ington, No. 175—-11 33 am connection from ; No. 4 oust bound (i; No 177-1.21 pm No, 83 westbound. I No. 17#.8.42 pm. Connection from I No. 1 » weutbound. I No. 181—6.69 pm. connection from connect from T . H . II IN N K K GENERAL LAW PRACTICE Yates Building Boise, Idaho . ; Short skirts fop little tots too ¥ y I ! ] j i ; ; ! j ed j 1 ! i j on ! \ 1 s t f tf wouM »wm mother i< Inipa«* :| n * itWpiodoty on jfl ( 1 Jot* ill . Jbpring Frock*. Mo<ajR - . wearing Ihcrn xhort -and JitfrWlt-to l.c Anowii as little girls — nnrst wear gjbcm »fill shorter. This new ■nrr frock for the Jittie nit«« Rio« « jar 11- »hört tvatvt«<f, fttli skirted frock popular in inelroptddan »hops. MERIDIAN NEWS a Wm. Lee of Boise was here Satur day. Mr. and Mrs John Pfost and child ren visited at Wilder Sunday. Warren Hunt of Parma was here -Saturday. H. C. Stark and W. E. Rose were In Kuna Friday. Mrs. L. A. Songer and daughter, Kloanor, were at Star Sunday. C. V. Cahalau of California, was bore Tuesday. Don't swat the cow! Swat the fly with "No Fly." At the Equity. Miss Gertrude Sabin of Parma spent the week with Misa Janet Clerk. Maurice Anderson has arrived from Portland for a visit with relatives. Mrs. John Swanson is much better after au illness of several days. Born, July 13th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Tallman, a son. Jack Madison. Miss Bessie Hedges gave a danc ing party in the theatre building rhursday evening of last week. W. K. Turner of Midway attended the Tuneral of his niece. Alta Whlt eley, in Meridian, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ashbury and 'iiildren have returned from an out 'ttg at Lake Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dunten returned Friday from an outing in High val ley. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Tawney and Ut He du lighter returned Saturday from an outing in the Wood River country. Joe Curtis returned home Sunday from Jordan Valiev, whore lie has been looking after Ills farm Interests. Mr. und Mrs. Harry Mathews and little daughter and M, F. Hicks were at the Arrowrock dam Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Milt Lunderbaugh and <on Sherman were at Caldwell Sun day. Born. July lfith, to Mr. and Mrs, John Venn tile, 2 miles west of Mer idian. a girl. Mrs. Levy Bruce and son of Bur ley are visiting with the Burton Cox family near McDermott. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hendrix were cal led to Nampa Monday, by the serious illness of Mrs. Hndrix's Bluer. H. K. Young of Vale, Oregon, vis ited in Meridian Tuesday at the home of Rev. Cook. The Klink Brothers transfer have purchased a new two-ton Republic truck. Miss Dorothy Howard of Boise is visitiug at the home of Miss Lily Bentley. Don't feed the flies! Spray your cows with ''No-Fly." It pays. At the Equity. .Mr. and Mrs. ira K, Lane were guests Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. Smith at Emmett. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jeglum and child ren of Deer Flat were here Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dearduff. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Matcham and children and Miss Vera Hutcheson were at Daggett creek Sunday. Mr. amt Mrs. Wm. Friend are mov ing to the L. C. Wildman property east of the Interurban station. James W. Klee, ut the Rice Phar macy. has charge of the freo employ ment agency, during the a licence of Marple Laird. A comfortable cow and a good-nat ured militer will get the best results. "No Fly" will do it. Bring your can. At the Equity. Mrs. A. E. Parsons arrived Monday from Buffalo, N. Y., for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Salis bury, Colwell Miller and Harold Salis bury left Monday morning with tne Boy Scouts for a ten-days' outing trip. The Boy Scouts of the Christian church have returned from a pleas ant outing on Shaffer creek. They were accompanied by Rev. Cook. An ice cream social was held by the Ladles Aid at the Frank Record home near McDermott Friday even ing and a goodly Bum was realized. Apple thinning has been the occu pation of the orchardlsts in the Mer idlun section for the past few days, and most of the work Is completed. Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Mu teer have moved to the J. L. Gerber home until their new bungalow is completed on Meridian street. Tom Hunt of Chicago Heights and Gale Sonneman of Blue Mounds, Ks., are sepndtng a vacation In the Saw tooth mountains, us the guests of Karl Riddick. Miss Addle Carthra! of Montgom ery, Mo., has accepted the position of domestic science teaeher in the Mer idian high school for the coming year. Mr. und Mrs. Knox Fulton and children, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tulleth, left Monday for their home in California The Royal Neighbors lodge varied the program, by having a meeting of the lodge at the home of one of its members, Mrs. 8, W. Hutcheson, last Wednesday evening. Mr». P. I. Russell and son Ralph returned Sunday from a trip to Elko, Nevada. Mrs. Russell's sister, Mrs. See and three children, accompanied them home for an extended visit. Miss Marion Quinn entertained Monday afternoon twelve of her girl I friends, it being her fifteenth birth ! day. Games were played and refreah ] ment* of ice cream and cake served, j Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Wolfe, Paul i Voss, Miss Vida Thornburg,Mi»* Bca ; sie Ritte, and Harley J. Turner left ; Saturday for a camping trip at Har ! H* creek. j Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson return ed home Saturday from a trip to the home of Mrs. Jackson's nephew, Rob j ert Frazier, at Banks, and at the 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. Gibson In I,ong ! Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young and children and Mr. Young's sister, Mrs. i Clarence Matlock, and children, are j on a ten-days' otttlng on Squaw ! creek. One satisfaction for the thirsty these warm days Is the fact that the drugglKts have reduced the price of soft drinks and ice cream. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Neal and Miss Blanche Burnett have arrived home from a camping trip to Low Kriday. W. R. Baird aud family, • Mrs. J. A. William» and daughters Roselia and Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. ; J. H. Watts of Boise, and J. M. Tip ton and family of Nampe, motored ! to Arrowrock dam. I Thieves operating in the McDer mott community Sunday night, took! two wheels and other articles from a car belonging to E. Duncan, and u ! tire, two tubes and some tools from i the car of Arthur Powell Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson enter- ! talned Monday evening at their home east of Meridian in honor of Mrs. Nusbaum, it being her 81'st birthday, Four daughters, and two sons, and I their families, and several guests, were present. Meridian has had a touch of real hot weather this week and Tuesday aud Tuesday night registered the hottest of the season with the ther mometer around the 103 point. A breeze came up Wednesday, and the terrific heat iB moderated somewhat. Clyde Hall writes the Times that he' has arranged another match with : Soto Mynlshll, the featherweight jui ! Jltsu champion of the world, who he j defeated a few weeks ago, at Kem xnerer, Wyo. Clyde is 18 pounds heavier than the jap. Lust Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baird entertained at a lawn party over fifty people from Nampa and Boise in honor of Mrs. J. A. Williams and daughters Roselia and Gertrude. who are visiting fche Bairds. They are from Pittsburg, Pa. j Glen Albert Potter, son of Ralph and Bessie Potter, died at the home of his grandparent, Charles Morford, Monday morning, age 5 weeks, and 3 days. The funeral took place Tues day afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. C.A. Quinn officiating, and burial was In Morris Hill cemetery. Married—Mr. A. P. Ledbetter, and Mrs. Mattie Cunningham (proprietor of the Meridian hotel) were united in holy matrimony at 7.30 o'clock Wed nesday, Rev. Francis L. Cook, pastor of the Church of Christ, spoke the words necessary to unite them for life. They intend to make Meridian their home, and now, as neighbors, we wish them all the joy possible. MERIDIAN BOY PROMISES TO LEAVE EVIL ASSOCIATES Ralph Ball, who was In the probate court at Boise for theft from a Mer idian grocery store, has been re leased upon the promise that he will change his habits, and go to work. He was given a jail sentence but this is suspended for the time being. Bali was given some good advice by the district court judge aud told that he has been spending too much time around the pool hall. "You are not sent to the penitentiary, but are given a chance to make something of yourself."The conditions under which he ts released mean that he must not visit a pool hall, must obey the law, pay the merchant the $19 he stole, and give his grandmother all he can save of his wages. .MERIDIAN TOLL BUSI NESS REACHES LARGE FIGURE Alttuager Homer Tolleth of the Mer idian Independent Telephone Com pany, says that besides the local business of the telephone company, the out-of-town toll line amounts to a good figure each month. Part of this goes to pay the war tax. The totals for the past six months. Is as follows: Amount of toll by Month $191.21 $167.28 $204.96 $193.00 $183.00 $178.60 calls Amt. sent to Internal Rev. Col. $37.45 $34.75 $47.70 $41.75 $37.35 $34.75 January February March April May June $1.118.05 Total 6 mos. $233.75 ICE CREAM SATURDAY NIGHT The Loyal Daughters of the M. E. church will hold an Ice cream social at the corner opposite the Meridian State bank Saturday evening, of this week, from 8 to 9.30 o'clock. Pro ceeds for the Armenian fund. Ev eryone invited. Church of Christ. Next Lord's day services will be held as usual. Bible school at 10 am. Church at 11 and 8. Sermons by the pastor. Junior CE at 3 pm; Y.P.S.C.E. at 7 pm. Rev. Cook will preach ut Kuna at 3 p. ra. All are invited. V', Vi » tl 38 »t .V X 7 S i s tl Fresh Bread ROLLS Baked Every Day BEAM'S BAKERY I PIE CAKE MERIDIAN, IDAHO. HAVE YOU ANY WARM CIjOTHING YOC DON'T NEED? have started with the people of Meri (11|U1 Ilud vicinity, the purpose being (o atK „ lre clothing fof the Near Eaat Ada county has Exploration of attics and closets • relu ' f curunllt,ee - asked to help in the rescue and ; construction work throughout Asia, and t 0 g j Ve ! cast-off clothing and shoes for the needy, almost naked I orphans and destitute men and worn en ot Armenia and Bible lands, Mrs. J. A. Fenton has been select ! e<1 by Miss Z. May Fowler, director i °f thl » work at Boise, to have charge of the Meridian collection, and W.8. ! Malee , r Jî" 8 , klndly ^sented for the R" v 0f Ï*?" *° ry .( OI ! 1 '® articles. Mrs. Fenton "f.® Î* 18 expected to conclude the co ' ,ect ?" *' " e . xt rh " r8 , day ' July 28 - when tne clothing will be boxed and I shipped. skirts, gloves, boots and fact any warm clothing, is needed. Coats, sweaters, blankets, shoes, in at two of the Meridian stores, a total : of $125 was raised for the benefit of ! the Meridian cemetery fund. The pro j ceeds will go to pay the caretaker's heard in town that cemetery is in the best shape it has evcr been." The grass is growing nicel y. all over tire grounds, and the trees ttnd shrubs are kept trimmed, and there are no weeds to mar the beauty of the place. The officers of the cemetery association, and those who have given time and money to improve tiie Meridian cemetery, are certainly entitled to the thanks of our people. MERIDIAN CEMETERY IS NOW PLACE OF BEAUTY At the cooked food sale Saturday salary. In his connection it might be j well to mention the current remark "the Meridian FORMER MERIDIAN RES IDENT IS IN TROUBLE A warrant was sworn out Wednes day for the arrest of Walter W. Lind say, Boise auto dealer, for obtaining money under false pretenses. He un lawfully obtained about $3500 front A. J. Wiley, a business partner, and then skipped to California. He also borrowed $1750 from his mother-in law, Mrs. Stella Balderston, former state librarian. Lindsay was for a brief time a teacher in the Meridian schools. He here met Miss Stella Bal dertson whom he afterwards married. He had a fairly good reputation at that time, but has lately been living a fast life. The wife is suing for a di vorce, and the officers are trying to Hud Lindsay. .APPLE CROP SELLING FOR «40 A TON Practically all of the apple crop of this year in the Meridian country has been sold at $45 a ton. One grower says that the crop may be very con servatively estimated at three tons to the acre and at this price and yield it means that the growers will realize a gross revenue from their crop of not less than $135 per acre and many of them will realize more, as it is un derstood that some have contracted their crops at $50 a ton. With a steady income from the dairy industry, which the vast maj ority of the farmers combine with their agricultural good times are coming to the farmers and correspondingly good business for the merchants.—J. R. Stotts, in Capital News. operations, extra A Pleasant Surprise Party. A party of neighbors and friends surprised Mr. Earl Leach at his home west of town Wednesday evening, July 20th. The occasion Leach's 44th birthday. He was Mr. was presented with an eversharp pencil and other gifts. The evening spent in playing games and refresh ments of ice cream and cake served. Those in attendance Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Garver, Mrs Lulu Pearce, Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Rug sell and son Ralph, Mrs. were were : .... - See and children of Elko, Nevada, Mr. Calnon Mr.and Mrs C. E. Calnon and child ren of Boise, Mr. Atchison and c_ Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Leach and child ren, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deid iker and family. son MOST EVERYONE HAS LEFT MERIDIAN! It is easier to give the names of those who are not away on a vacation these days than to tell of all who have taken the.trusty auto, with grub box 'en everything, and hied the tall pines. away to PEOPLE'S CASH GROCERY ,/t • MERIDIAN, IDAHO. -O MEATS and GROCERIES -O WE HANDLE A FULL LINE OF COOKED MEATS. LEMONS BOILED HAM BANANAS WEINKES PORK AND BEANS BOLOGNA PEANUT BUTTER TRY OUR SPECIAL BRAND OF BULK COFFEE! We have he U. 8. Rubber Boots in RED AND WHITE. BERRY BOXES CRACKERS ORANGES COOKIES MINCED HAM ! CITY MEAT MARKET / WE HAVE A FRESH STOCK S ALWAYS ON HAND OF THE •I CHOICEST MEATS. ALSO CURED MEATS, FISH AND GAME. WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE AND WILL ENDEAVOR TO PLEASE. Sis <ti We will sell strictly for CASH and will make you a better price than if we conducted a credit business. O MckINNIS BROTHERS, Prop's. Idaho Street, Meridian, Idaho, Meridian Investment Co. IF YOU WANT A LOAN, OR HAVE MONEY TO PUT OUT ON REAL ESTATE, SEE US. Land Loans Insurance J. M. DODDS POST OFFICE BUILDING, J. M. DePARTEE MERIDIAN, IDAHO. axaaa j AVOID THE HEAT Now is the time when the housewife should be relieved of as much of the housework as possible, as the kitchen is hot and uncomfortable. Let us do all your washing, do a family laundry service (by thepound) and are reasonable. we our rates Fcr the convenience of Meridian patron« call and deliver to your door, telephone, 250 truck Call up the Rice Pharmacy you wish us to call. will our Meridian, if -o TROY LAUNDRY Nampök, Idaho New Republic and INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS for. SALE —ALL SIXES N both MAKES— Reduced Prices with Terms. INQUIRE OF : REV. F. L. COOK, MERIDIAN, IDAHO. W. S. UNDE K T A K E E R Calls answered night or day. Will , ^ ^ M B AL M E It professional calls. I carrv n , teIe PKone tolls on nil A chapel for services.^ " —«•£«». of Funeral Supplies MERIDIAN, IDAHO 86 Ph ° ne N °' 21&