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JOHN P. BAIRD Publisher and Proprietor. Published Each Friday #2.00 A YEAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1021. CARRYING >)N SERVICE FOR DISABLED VETERANS OF THE WORLD WAR THAT IS COSTING $10,000,000 A YEAR, THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IS HELPING FULFILL THIS NATION'S OBLIGATION TO ITS DEFENDERS. HELP THE RED CROSS CONTINUE THIS WORK BY ANSWERING THE ANNUAL ROLL CALL NOVEMBER 11-24, 1921. A Timely Suggestion. Thia is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife re plentlsh«* her supply of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy. It la almost certain to be needed before the win ter is over and results are much more prompt and satisfactory when It is kept at hand and given as soon as the first indication of a cold appears and before it has become settled in the system. There Is no danger In giv ing It to children as It contains no opium or other harmful drug. A penny postal card is a cheap conveyance by which a may reach a prospective customer but at that it will coal you ten dollars to reach the thousand families right near Meridian. And thle is plus the cuat of writing and addressing. The little want column of the Meridian Timas will find them for you for four hits for each Insertion, enough and à great saving. person Cheap Chamberlain's Tablet* Have Done Her a World of Good. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done me a world of good," writes Mrs. Ella 1. Button, Kirkvllle, N. Y. "1 have recommended them to a number ot my friends and all who have used them praise them highly." When troubled with indigestion or consti pation give them a trial and realize for vourself what an excellent med icine it is. A DRV CLIMATE PAINT The Patent Sun Proof Paint will stand all climates. Paint, varnishes, suutw, and auto glow, leads and oils. A trial will convince you of the value Sold at a at the Sun-Proof Paint, reasonable price. At KOATH'H EXCHANGE STORE 2d Street. m Meridian, Idaho. Mow Not to Take Cold. Some persons are subject to fre quent colds, while others seldom, if - -ttver, have a cold. You will find that the latter take good care of them selves. They take a shower or cold sponge bath every day in a warm room, avoid over heated rooms, sleep with a window oimu or partly open, avoid excesses, over eating, becom ing over heated and then chilled and getting the feet wet. they take Chamberlutn'» Cough Hem *dy without delay and It Ib soon over. Then, when JOIN THE PROBLEM PARTY. H you believe that the time is now opportune for the organization of u Mw political party. If you believe that the two old parties have outlived their usefulness to the American Re public. That they ure reactionary and out of sympathy wth the masses If you believe that an entire new deal is the quickest route to liberty, peace and prosperity. If you believe that a new party with a progressive and con stuctive platform u platform that will merit the farmer vole, the labor vote as »ell as the vote of the city man) will sweep the country in the 1924 campaign, we invite you to be come a member of THE PEOPLES PARTY. Membership Is free. There dues, fees or assessments. IHtrl will be derived from voluntary iTîmSüï WlU community we hate I nnitjue p!a'nfot tho organization of social clubs us onlts of this organization. The platform of this party will be determined by a majority vote of our members. Men and women organ izers wanted In every city and county In the United States. Straight salary 5!*°*? who Qualify. Attend our mass meetings where lûvlttt an open diftcuftulon ot all question» vita! to the welfare of the nation and the common people. All contributions from Ada county will be distributed ss follows; First—To defray all expenses in ddent to a mass meeting to be held at Meridian. Second, to assist us in our nation-wide campaign. We wll endeavor to call a mass meeting at the earliest possible date in every county In the Unitm States. There are 2961 counties and It Is manifestly unfair to exjiect the roun ders of this party to dig down in tbeir own pockets to this extent. It will the neighborhood at $26 to are no Our sup cost bold a mass meeting at Meridian. 250 reaidant» contributing ten cetRs each will put Ada county on the map. M. C. Chandler, General Secretary, Box 288, Pennsylvania Avenue Stat ion, Washington, D. C. 7 ol' $10,000,000 AID FOR VETERANS Red Cross Provides Friendly Service of Many Kinds to Army of Disabled. BULK OF WORK BY CHAPTERS 2,397 of These Are Helping Ex Service Men Obtain Bene fits U. S. Provides. One field of Bed Crons service alone, that of assisting disabled veterans of the World War, entails expenditures $-4,000,000 greater (loin the aggregate receipts of the Annual Boll Call of 1020, the American Bed Cross an nounces in a statement urging a wide spread Increase In membership at the Annual Boll Cali, November 11 to 24. At the present time National Head quarters and the ration-wide chain of Chapters of the Bed Cross is spend ing approximately $10,000,000 annual ly for the relief of disabled ex-service I men and their families, while the ag gregate receipts from last year's Boll Call were approximately $0,000,000. It Is In the 2,289 of the 3,600 Bed Cross Chapters which still are helping solve the veteran's problem of adjust ing himself to a normal civilian of status that the greater part of the cost of this service is borne, spent for veterans' relief last yeur, National Headquarters expended a to tal of more than $2,000,000, while the remaining disbursement of approxi mately $7,000,000 represents tire tributlon of Chapters in this country wide effort to assist the Government In providing the aid sorely needed by these men and their families. Of tlie total sum con An Ever Expanding Problem That the problem of the disabled service man is ever-expanding and probably will not reach the peak be fore 1925, Is the assertion of well-in formed Government officials and that 2,897 Bed Cross Chapters regard It as their most important work Is evi dence that the expansion Is In nowise confined to a particular section but Is, on tlie contrary, nation-wide. At the end of the flscul year, June 30, 1921, them were 20,300 disabled service men In the 1.092 United, States Public Health Service, Contract and Govern ment Hospitals and Soldiers Homes, and that number Is Increasing at a rate of 1,000 a month. Thousands of these men receiving medical treatment, compensation and vocational training from the. Govern ment today, started their efforts to obtain them through the Bed Cross Chapter. The Chapter, acting as the disabled man's agent in claims against tha Government, informs the man ns to the procedure necessary to gain for him that which Is provided him by Federal statute. His applications for compensation, medical treathlent and training are properly filed with the aid of the Bed Cross Chapter. he in Many Form* of Assistance If there Is delay before the mnn's claim Is acted upon, the Bed Cross Chapter lends the man money to meet the imperative needs of himself and his dependents. Most vital to the man's gaining full benefit from the Government's care Is keeping Ids mind free from worry about his home. Keeping the veteran's fam ily from hardship of every kind and Informing hint of Its welfare Is other province of the Chapter. Free from fear on this score, the man's re covery and advancement usually la rapid. Every month during the last year, the American Red Cross has given service of one kind or another to an average of 129,215 former service men and their families. An Indication of tlie extent of tlie faith reposed In the Red Cross Chapter is to be found In the fact that there were 850,544 quejits for friendly aid In tlie solution af personal problems. 448 Workers In Hospitals Wh "* ,he «•«« to entering ° H ''° "ff* lurKt,, - v 1 " ith th * Chapter, fifterward he eoiues into con ,80t ,he »«'•vice provided by Nh ,,onJl1 Headquarters. There ore 448 R<><1 Cross workers in tlie United States Public Health Service and con tract hospitals and other institutions In which these men are being cared for, whose duty Is to provide for bit k recreation, help him with his compen Ration eltilnis keen him in tnneh ... 1 * 1 , ?, # $ k * ■ * ». th ** * mtillj , Ip short, meeting bis evert n " <M °' Jt8lde of t,mt provided by the Government. While these are a few ol the responsibilities of the National Organization, they nre by no means all. Among other Bed Cross uccoui pUsbmenis for the year are: j t handled 70,732 allotment and ul Iomhikc claims an re It delivered through Its Chapter or ganizatton 03,055 allotment checks tr veterans who bad moved from tin* ud dresses furnished to the Bureau ol War Bisk Insurance, It provided a special fund of $ 10.fNX for medical a «»latence to men uudei vocational training. It made 32,495 loans,totaling $450,00< to men taking vocational training, og which 80 per tept bus been repaid. ■r-i of the Third Judicial District of the' State of Idaho, in and for Ada County. . '■ Indopeudent School District No. 33 in the County of Ada, State #f Id aho, an Independent School District Corporation, Plaintiff, vs ' Dan- Barker, S. T. Spriggs, Trustees, District No, 33 of Meridian, Add County, State of Idaho; Dan Barker,, S. T, Spriggs, if iiving, and if dead ! the unknown heirs and unknown do vieees of 8. T. Spriggs, deceased; An- i nie Benuon, Bertha C. McIntyre (for nierly Bertha C. Benson), and Ver non M, Benson; the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of B. C. Ben- J son, deceased, and the unknown owners of the following described real estate situated in Ada county, I State of Idaho, to-wit: All of Block ; 7 of the Town at Meridian, Ada County, State of Idaho, as the same is shown, numbered and designated on the amended Piat of Meridian, Id-* aho, filed in the office of the County Reoorder of Ada County, Idaho; and ; also lots 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in ; Block 1 of Rowan's addition to. Jder- ! Idfan, Ada County, Idaho, as the ; satne are shown numbered and des ignated on the Amended Plat of said addition filed fn the office of thé: County Recorder of. Adas County,-Id aho, except 10 feet off the West side : ol' lots 6 and 7 of said Block 1, Defendants. Allas Summons. - ' * 7 In the District Court I he Slate of Idaho sends greetings to ; the above named defendants. You, and each of you, are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed against you in the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Ada County, by the above named plaintiff, This action is brought to determine all claims made by said defendants j and each of thorn, adverse" to the plaintiff, in and to the following de- j scribed real estate,, situated in Ada: County, State of Idaho, to-wit: All of 1 Block 7 of the Town of Meridian, Ada County, State of Idaho, as the! same is shown, numbered and desig nated .on the amended plat of Merid- j ian, filed in the office of the County | Recorder of Ada County, Idaho; and If a Man Had to a Big House Just Once . V - • he would appreciate what it means to keep a house clean. He would know that it is real work to gel rugs clean with the old dust-raising broom, man wouldn't do it long A -he would have an Electric Vacuum Cleaner in a mighty short time. GIVE 'HER" MODERN TOOLS TO WORK WITH—GIVE HER A $2 ! I Hoover or Ohio ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER .] . No woman should have to kill her | self trying to keep a house clean with I an old broom—it is as out of place I in modern life as the horse and I buggy for pleasure riding. The small cash payment and small j monthly terms make It possible for ; every housèwife to enjoy i .cleaning. -—: DOWN and Small Monthly Payments electrical Electric Shop Idaho Power Co. / CURRENrÂ^,À r ^ EVENTS «»T EDITORIALS' BEDTIME T STORIES for th*" Ouklrcn r STORIES 'S and HOME HELPS for «ta Mi il n fit s WMk m find lOO^y NjVafur*» \\hH m y LntrBcyj f always Ute the 1 thills''to DO and * to MAKE S. • ànd STORIES P of ADVENTURER X— and SPORT 0 JU > -!W ;(/ > Si? v/. I *§j Stert The Youth's Companion ÄaMssatsÄs Reliable, Entertaining and Up-to-Date. Hundred» cf Short Stories. Serial Stone«. Editorials Articles. Sta.nnj to Stick, «, nines. Sports. Ptijiles, "How-to^ Make I ages. 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McCall's Magazine 91.00 1 8« host Fusion Magazine lor women ruden All for $2.50 AH for $3.00 f Dick SUDSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT THUS OFFICE 'liilÖ Miurldiatt Tinies ' MERIDIAN, IDAHO. also Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Block 1 of Rowan's Addition, to Mer idltnv, Ada County, Idaho, as the 'same are shown, numbered and desi gnated .on the amended , plat of said addition filed in the office of the County Recorder of Ada County, Id uho, except.10 feet off the west side of lots 6 and 7 of said block, and to obtain a decree of the court that the said defendants and each of them have, no estate in and to said land ! and premises, or any part thereof; and the title of the "plaintiff, Inde i pendent School District No. 33 in the County of Ada, State ■ of Idaho, is good and valid in and to said real estate and each and every part and J parcel thereof, and to compel the said defendants and each of them to set forth the nature of their, and each I of their claims, in and to said real ; estate, and that all adverse claims of said defendants, and each Of them, in and to'said real estate may be deter mined by a decree of said court, and that Jt be adjudged and decreed that the said plaintiff is the owner of said ; real estate, and entitled to the posses slon. thereof, and that the said defend ants and each of .them, may bé-enjolu ed fropt asserting any claim what [soever in and Jo said real estate or [any part thereof adverse to the plain tiff; and for such oUier and further relief.in the premises as to the court may seem meet and jyoper.-and for costs of suit, all of which will more fully'appear from plaintiff's verified complaint on file -, herein to which reference is hereby made, And you are hereby directed to appear and answer the said complaint within twenty days of the servie!# of this summons, If served within said Judicial 'District, and within forty days .if served elsewhere; and you are further noticed that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, that plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint, Witness my hand .and the seal of said District Court this 8th day of November, .1921. (Seal) Stephen Utter, Clerk By Thos. E. Powell, Deputy, DAVIDSON & DAVISON, Residing at Boise, Idaho, Attorneys for. Plain tiff. 28-6t T We Have ttie floenci for the Ford Touring Car Ford Coupe Ford Truck Ford Tractor Ford Roadster Ford Sedan Ford Chassis Also Genuine Ford Parts Get them at MATLOCK BROTHERS On State Highway MERIDIAN, IDAHO. Phone 260. ii » The Farm's Valus JUMPS with Every ADDED BUILDING j It's the convenient and profitable small every acre of a farm more profitable. building that makes And yon can build now at minimum expense, when you are free to attend to it. * Every dollar you put into small buil dings now comes back to you twice, first in convenience, and second in more profits. You'll be, surprised at the ease with which you can get small, profitable buildings- up now with the aid of Boise Payette service eries, accurate estimates, sound ad vice as to. materials. ! l prompt deliv i A modern, Boise Payette chicken house will bring eggs. A good cow Shetl means healthier cows, more milk, easier work. you more V ou need a tight implement sited, and a well made gar age to protect your investment in machines and motor vehicles. Our sales manager will be glad to give you his ideas on the best ways to build, and what to build tc* add the most value to the farm. Come In and talk it over. E. H. TAYLOR, Sales Mgr. Meridian Yard Boise-Payette Lumber Co. REXALL ORDERLIES They work naturally and form No Habit! They work naturally and form No Habit! They work naturally and form No Habit. At the 8,000 REXALL Stores 8 for 10c. 24 for 25c. 60 for 50c. The Rice Pharmaey it M s PHONE 250. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. Notice to Creditors Estate of Frank c. ceased. sl^nod 6 it, h ? r ? hy glVen by th0 under signed administrator annexed of the estate of Maydens, deceased, of and all Maydens, De , against the sairl^doc > lm Y' 1S cl ? lui8 them with the noo? 8<Sd ' *° ® xhibit within our mon hr n ?? ry I° u, ' her8 - publication^ n?ih I» J, , ,h0 fir »t ad mints trat or Mh. 0 'i? the Bald at his officos 3n t l->* t > h ri'l . H " noxed i Boise Countv nf a 1" Idaho building, | this being the " °, f Ia " hu * sactlon ot e UnZ ™V° r >0 l, ' UU ~ Dated, Seiftémber 2 * •'" decclLd HtUtU ° f m " k ( ' "Won., oc7-no4 1 with the will Frank C. to the creditors In the Probate Court of Ada County, State of Idaho. NQTICE TO CREDITORS. Esta» IdaMay White, Deceased. . Notice is hereby given by th* dersigned Samuel H. White, Aaw istrator of the Estate of Ida " , White, deceased, to the creditors J and all persons having claims aga»* th <-' said deceased, to exhibit «g with the necessary vouchers, F °«r months after the first puhM£ i tlon of thla i>ot1oo. to the said »dm» | istrator at No. 845 Warm Sfljf Avenue, Boise, Idaho, County oi Ad ,his bel "« H»nce fixed for «JJ ot ttoe bU8 * Be " * ^SAMUEL 8 ' H ! "white. . Administrator of the estate of lj I May White, deceased.