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The Meridian times. (Meridian, Idaho) 1909-1938, March 31, 1922, Image 5

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Harmon Cox of Boise, father of Mrs
Dave Arm field and Burton Cox, died
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, and!
was laid to rest Sunday at 1.30 In the
S c om®tery
rhe Edwards family are recovering
from a siege of the flu. j
JÄWrrÄi.Äsci.Äs
a. mw.,4, ™
Boise Tuesday on business. .
Mrs. Ben Robison called at the W.B.
Walt home Tuesday.
Charley Kindred is able to be out
and around again. „
Notice of Annual School Meeting and
Election in District So. 15.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual school meeting of Locust Grove
Common School District No. 15,
County of Ada, State of Idaho, will
be held on Saturday, the 15th day of
April, 1822, and the said meeting
will convene at 1 o'clock P. M. of
said day and continue until all busi
ness is disposed of, at the school
house in said district, That at said
meeting the following business will
be transacted;
One trustee to succeed Cora Madden,
to serve for a term of three (3) years
will be elecetd.
The amount of money to be raised
by special taxation will be determin
ed, the levy for which shall not ex
ceed ten mills on each dollar of tax
able property of the district, and the
purposes for which the money shall
be used.
General questions pertaining to the
school and school interests will be
taken up and disposed of.
The names of all candidates for el
ection as trustees, together with the
term for which nominated, shall be
placed with the clerk of the board of
trustees at least six ( 6 ) days prior to
the day of election, excluding the day
of election.
The election at such meeting will
be by secret and separate ballot.
Dated this 24th day of April, 1922.
CORA MADDEN, Clerk.
Notice of Annnal School.Meeting.
Notice is hereby given, That the
annual school meeting of Victory
Common School District No. 14, Co.
of Ada, State of Idaho, will he held
on Saturday, the 15th day of April,
1922, and the said meeting will con
vene at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day,
and continue uninterruptedly until
the business properly coming before
said meeting is disposed of, at the
school house in said district. That at
said meeting the following business
will be transacted:
One trustee, to succeed W. J. Dav
idson, to serve for a term of three
(3) years, will be elected.
The length of time school shall be
taught and the seasons of the year
in which the same shall be taught,
will be determined.
The amount of money to be raised
by special taxation will be determin
ed, the levcy for which shall not ex
ceed ten mills on each dollar of tax
able property of the district, and
shall determine the purposes for
which the money Bhall be used.
General questions pertaining to the
. school and school interests will be
taken up and disposed of.
The name of all candidates for el
ection of trustees together with the
term to which nominated, shall be
placed on file with the clerk of the
board of trustees at least six ( 6 )
days prior to the day of election, ex
cluding the day of election.
The election at such meeting will
be by Becret and separate ballot.
Dated this 20th day of April, 1922.
W. B. WALT, Clerk.
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Notice of Annual School and
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Notice of Annual School Meeting and
Election in District No. 2.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual school meeting ol Upper Fair
view Common school district No. 2,
County of Ada, State of Idaho, will
be held on Saturday, Apfril 15, 1922,
and the said meeting will convene at
one o'clock P. M. of said day and con
tinue uninterruptedly until the busi
ness properly coming before said
meeting is disposed of. That at said
meeting the following business will
be transacted.
Election of one trustee to succeed
J. W. Trabert, to serve for a term of
three years. The length of time
school shall be taught. The amount
of money to be raised by special tax
ation.
The name of all candidates for el
ection of trustees shall be placed on
file with the clerk of the board of
trustees at least 6 days prior to the
day of election, excluding the day of
elec tion.
J. W. TRABERT, Clerk,
District No. 2.
Bring in Yonr Window Sash
and get it fitted with new glass.
AT ROATH'S EXCHANGE STORE.
2d Street, Meridian, Idaho.
MERIDIAN PRESSARY
FRANK WILSON, Proprietor.
CLEANING,
PRESSING,
ALTERATIONS
REPAIRING
IVWill Can for and Deliver Work
MERIDIAN, IDAHO,
GLOBE OPTICAL CO.
908 MAIN STREET, BOISE
Oldest and
t Boise. We
muments for makö
aginations 6 t the eye.
Every pair of glasses guaranteed to
DR. P. A. SIMMONS, Optometrist.
Hop
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TYPEWRITERS!
All make» and »11 etylee *» up. Borne tb»4w«fO
u*ed and reteaerd by tbe Ù. B. Got t. B****"*
State your mods »fid wo will describe »ad quote.
The MNOWRIYM, » prtnüo« office Nncaaerrrt
Ribbon* any color 7W dehrered. ÇMv*Â^hÎm
model. Carbon paper 8*IS 100 »beet* IU» d*kv d.
Empire Type Foundry, Af/jr . Wood Tvu,
Ueùd Type,Prinurs Suppl
CONTRIBUTED.
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Home is the center of human life,
It represents life at its treat and full
|e»t. The family is the standard and
the unit of the nation. It is dod-or
dained, hence necessary.
xr.rïïrtor' 11 "" er -
monte to the home.
HOME.
con
Who makes the home? Mother? No.
Father? No. The children? No. None
alone; but all are factors; all con
tribute, all invest, and all draw div
idends.
Home is an insurance company with
happiness for dividends, payable in
this life.
It is a theatre where all concerned
are actors; all for the whole and the
rwhole for all.
It is a school of discipline. It is a
reward of merit daily.
It is a bank, and pays better inter
est than any other bank. Its cur
rency is kindness.
It is a city of refuge from the world
with its cares, Us duties, its obli
gations.
It is a community center, with daily
meetings, a unit of social life.
It is an employment office. It as
signs a job to each member of the
home.
It is an equalization board, adjust
ing differences and friction.
It is a committee of ways and
means. Its committee is always in
session.
It is a haven of rest, a shelter in
the time of storm.
It is the center of the world's his
tory. The truly wise and great grew
up under training in the home, be
fore they went forth to battle for
some great cause.
You began life in a home. You
were trained in a home. You estab
lished a home. You are earning an
income to maintain a home.
As your children grow up, they yili
go forth to secure a living and get a
home, for the home is the center of
human Interest.
IT. A. Pitkin.)
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There will be a free school enter
tainment at Locust Grove school
house Friday evening, March 31st.
Everybody invited. Two plays will
be staged. Mrs. Davidson's pupils will
give ''An Imaginary Trip to Europe"
and Miss Schirmer's pupils will give
a play from "Mother Goose Rhymes."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold
"Everyone who has used Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy speaks well of
it," writes Edward P. Miller, Abbott
stown, Pa. People who once use this
preparation are seldom satisfied with
any other. It is excellent to allay a
Cough or break up a cold.
FREE SCHOLARSHIPS
of
•regen Short Line Railroad Anneuneee
Thirty-ei* in 1922.
Moscow, Idaho,—A free sgricultural
scholarship, it has just been announced,
will be awarded by the Oregon Short
Line Railroad Company to the boy,
between sixteen end twenty-one years
of age, ranking highest in the Idaho
Boys' and Girls' Club work for the
year 1922 in corn, sugar beet, potato,
wheat, pig, calf, or sheep projects.
The scholarship will be in the College
of Agriculture, or the School of Prac
tical Agriculture, of the University of
Idaho, and will be worth $75.00, plus
transportation.
The counties in which scholarships
will be given are : Ada, Bannock, Bear
Lake, Benewah, Bingham, Blaine, Bon
neville, Boise, Butte, Camas, Canyon,
Caribou, Cassia, Clark, Custer, Elmore,
Fremont, Franklin, Gem Gooding, Jef
ferson, Jerome, Kootenai, Latali, Lin
coln, Madison, Minidoka, Ouelda, Owy
hee, Payette, Power, Shoshone, Teton,
Twin Falls, Valley and Washington.
The winner in each county will be
chosen from among the ten boys rank
ing highest in the county club projects,
on the following basis: 75 per cent,
on rank in club work; 25 per cent, on
activities of the boy in community af
fairs.
The rank of these boys In community
affairs and the county winner will be
determined by a committee of three,
consisting of the County Superintend
ent, one person appointed by (he Di
rector of Extension of the College of
Agriculture, and a third person to'he
chosen by these two members. The
scholarship must be used within a year
of the date of award, except where the
boy Is in regular attendance at some
school. In this case it may be used at
the next session of the University ef
Idaho following tbe time the boy fin
ishes his school.
The action of the Oregon Short Line
Railroad Company is due to the fact
that Its president, Mr. C. R. Gray,
formerly a member of the governing
board of the Maryland^ Agricultural
College, was attracted by the work of
boys' and girls' clubs as a factor in In
teresting the coming generation In
farming; and he believes that the com
pany he heads should further this
work by offering scholarships, thereby
helping worthy boys to ohtain training
M scientific agriculture.
Catarrb Cannot Bo Cured
by LOCAL APPLICATIONS, «• they
cannot reach tbe »eat of tbe dleease
Catarrh 1» a local dteeaiW. lTeaUy '«{•"
-need by constitutional comHtion*. HALLS
if Ärrr asr «
*££d purifiera.
of tbe ingredients in HALL 8 ^ATARRii
MKDICINE 1» what produoea auÇb won
derful result* In catarrhal conditions
Druggists 7&c. 'testimonials twe.
F. X Ch.ney A Co., Prop*.. Toledo O.
Our FOR SALE ADS
will sell tjoui*
surplus shouts
TIMES WANT ADS
FIRST TIME, 50c. AFTERWARDS, 35c. SOT MORE THAN 5 USES.
FOR SALE—One Debaval cream !
separator, nearly new. In fine condi
tion. For cash, or will take hay in
payment. Price $65. GEO. HARDIN,
Phone 23, Meridian. Idaho.
Strawberry Plants for Sale.
Jumbo and Dr. Burrill strawberry
plants, the most productive spring
crop varieties, good quality, $3.50 >
Also Progressive and Sii|>erb ever-!
bearing $1 per 100. Half mile west
of Meridian grade school.
A. U. BALDWIN.
and $4 per 1000.
TO TRADE—Residence lots in West
View addition to Meridian, for Boise
lots, clear. B. F. NEAL, Boise, Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Four room cottage,
plastered, built-in features; screened
porches, cellar, garage, lawn, shade,
household goods. Terms.
DAISY J. COOPER,
One block west Furniture Store, Mer
idian.
5t
of irrigable i
Near town.
FOR SALE— 35 acres
land, for $65 per acre.
Will give terms. This is a good buy.
Enquire at Meridian Times office.
FOR SALE—A Maxwell tonring
car, in good condition. A bargain. In- ,
quire of Rev. C. A. Quinn.
FOR SALE—CERTIFIED Grimms
Alfalfa seed No. 1. Dry land grown, i
Address, GEO. J. SKVOR & SONS,
Boise, Idaho.
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FOR RENT—Good six room house
Come and see it. Phone 520. E. F.
ATWATER, Meridian.
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At my place 7 miles
southeast of Meridian, a half mile
north of Lake Hazel school, on or
about Jan. 1, 1922, six head of
horses, branded diamoadt on right
shoulder. Owner can have same by
paying expenses and proving prop
erty.
TAKEN UP
W. C. VAUGHN, Rt. 4, Boise.
SECOND-HAND GOODS
Always on hand— a full line of
Second-hand Goods of all Kinds, at a
Moderate Price.
ROATH'S EXCHANGE STORE
2d Street, Meridian.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—30 acres
of land joining Cambridge. Good
land and free water right. For a good
small house. BOX 273 Meridian.
the Big Concrete Elcvator^^
WE HANDLE SCOTT S BEST IVORY WHITE FLOUR
AND MILL FEED.
WE BUY YOUR WHEAT AND OTHER GRAIN AND
PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
We Grind Your Feed WHILE YOU WAIT
Also All Kiuds of Cleaning
OFFICE ON STATE HIGHWAY, AT BIG CEMENT
ELEVATOR.
Nampa Minino & Elevator Go
M. M. DAVIDSON, MANAGER,
MERIDIAN IDAHO.
DEARDUFF & GOULDING GARAGE
EAST SIDE STATE HIGHWAY,
—PHONE 273—
K.
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Supplies
And EXPERT
REPAIRING
And ACCESSORIES FOR ALL CARS
CTWILLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION.
Kokomo Tires and Tubes
OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING
Service" Is Our Motto.
4 4
W. S. M A TEE R
Funeral Service
Calls answered night or day. Will pay telephone tolls on all
professional calls. I carry a complete line of Funeral Supplies
A chapel for services.
Auto or horse hearse. Phone No. 216
! FOR SALE- Eggs for hatching,
Thomas strain of barred Plymouth
Rocks. These are extra heavy lay
ers. $1 for setting of 15.
MRS. A. G. SCOTT,
Kt. I, Meridian, Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Pure bred White Leg
horn (Archie Larron strain) EGGS
for hatching. $1 per 15.
> MRS. C. L. KENNEDY,
Phone 463, Meridian. At' Bissell
station, on Interurban.
FOR SALE —Pair of black geld
ings. weight 3150 pounds. Six and
seven years old. Also harness.
GEORGE HARDIN,
Meridian. Phone, 23.
, DRESSMAKING—And fancy work
done reasonable. Children's clothes
a specialty. MRS. ADA E. BAKER,
one-half block east of Christian
Please Add these to Your New Tel
church, on south side of street.
ophone Directory—Meridian.
i Keller, E.
Atkinson, Geo., 366.
L. 220.
Buffington. Elzie, 166R
Eaton, John,
369.
Waggoner. John, 245.
, Whitmer, W. S., 363.
Moreland. Win., 143.
Hosely, Ralph,
Cramer, J. C.,
440.
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King, Ohio,
225.
677 R.
277.
King. Chas.,
Hoffman, Joe, 657.

Notice.
Notice is hereby given that at the
regular meeting of Meridian Lodge
No. 4 7, A. F. & A. M., on Tuesday
evening, April lltli, 1922, there will
be an election held for the purpose of
electing five directors to serve for
the ensuing year as directors of the
Masonic Temple Association of Mer
idian, Idaho, said association to be
organized at above meeting.
Signed;
HARRY L. TOLLETH, W M.
Attest: Forrest W. Cahill, Secretary.
KLINK BROTHERS TRANSFER
A n t o
Light and Heavy Hauling.
Delivery, Office Phone 210.
MERIDIAN.
Truck
Service
Prompt
IDAHO.
OUR STOCK OF
>y
FENCING
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IS HERE!
Better send in your order at «nee if you
need any» because it will move fast at the
following prices:
26 inch Hog Fence
42c per Rod
48c per Rod
32 inch Hog Fençe
48 in. Poultry Fence 57c per Rod
54 in. Ponltry Fence 60c per Rod
60 in. Poultry Fence 65c per Rod
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Orchard Sprays
Lime Sulphur, Arsenic of Lead, etc.
See us before buying
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IDAHO EQUITY Exchange
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
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COME AND GET OCR SPECIAL PRICES ON OILING HARNESS
We are alsoready to furnish you with—
New Shoes,
Lap Robes,
New Collars,
Price and quality right at all times.
and repairing shoes.
New and Second Hand Harness,
New and Second Hand Saddles,
Collar Pads,
Halters, Pocket Books.
Whips,
Beits,
Snaps,
Meridian Harness & Shoe Shop
MERIDIAN, IDAHO
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G. H. LEININGER & SON- Props.
BOISE »'ALLEY TRACTION COMPANY TIME CARD.
Leaving time at Boise for Nampa and Caldwell via Meridian
6:30. 8:00, 10:0«, 12:00, A. M
2:00, 4:00, 5:00,6:00, ; 8 : 0Ö, 10:00, «11:00 P. M.
«To Nampa Only
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Cars Pass Meridian for Boise—
6:50, 7:45, 9:12, 11:12, A. M.
1:12, 3:12, 5:12, 6:12, 7:12, 9:12, 11:12, P. M. - *
Cars Pass Meridian for Nampa'and Caldwell:—
7:05, 8:35, 10:35 e
12:35, 2:35, 4:35,5:35 6:35, 8:35. 10:35, «Ur35 P. M.
McDermott Stub Leaves Onwiler for McDermott:—
7:52 a. m. 10:31a. m., 5:32 p. m. and arrives at
McDermott at 8:05 a. m., 10:44 a. m. and 5:46 p. m..
Leave McDermott for Onwiler:—
8:05, a. m., 19:55a. m. 5:55 p. m. and arrives at On
wiler at 8:18 a. m. 11:08 a. m , and 6:08 p. m. b
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Look After the Plumbing
If you get n e to do your plumbing I guarantee that fite
work will be done in a manner satisfactory 1 » you aud
that your home wiil be protected from Impure germs which
are so distinctive to health and are the result of Improper
plumbing.
I B L A I N G MERIDIAN« IDAHO
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M. F. HICKS
HAS STARTED AN -
Auto Repair Shop in the Burns Building
BROADWAY STREET, MERIDIAN
and Solicits Your Repair Work ;
All Work Gu&çputeed
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AND PRICES REASONABLE —
In the District Court
of the Third Judicial District of the.
State of Idaho, in and for the C ounty :
Pearl Vernon, Plaintiff, vs Martin W..
vTj.ckua and Fdna. H Price Maskus
Sir
A The S Sta" of Ma ho sends greetings
to T Mar?ih te w 0t MÄ and f'Mnf H.
Price Xt.skus tbe above tinned de
rendLfc
herehv nettfied » mm
l ou sre n 6 rßo\ notified tnnt n com-.
Plaint has been filed against you in
the District Court of the Third Jud
icial District of the State of Idaho,
in and for the County of Ada, by the
above named plaintiff.
This action is brought to annul a
marriage of the said defendants to
each other in Oakland. California,
which took place on or about May
14th, 1920.
And you are hereby directed to ap-1
pear and answer the said complaint
within twenty days of the service of
this summons, if served within said
Judicial District, and within forty
days if served elsewhere, and you
are further notified that unless you
so appear and answer said complaint
within the time herein specified, the
plaintiff will take judgment against
you us prayed in said complaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said District Court, this 17th day of
March, 1922.
(seal)
Stephen Utter, Clerk. .
By Thos E. Powell, Deputy.
G. H. EDWARDS, Attorney for Plain
tiff. Residence, Boise, Idaho. mc24-6t
In the Probate Court
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: NOTICB TO CREDITORS. Estate of
Notice „is her«?b\ given b> the un
designed William Stafford. Aduiin
istratcr of the Estate of William J.
Rala(> ^ deceased, to the creditors of
said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within
4 mouthH after the first publication
. .t.: c «AHnn tuo ,.„jj uruiinm
« „ '"r
| the Æ
g™
ness of said estate. » -
Dated October 22,. 1921. ,
derslgned, W. E. Danntr, Convicted I
of an infamous crime against nature j
at the September 1820 ferm qf th I
district court of the Third . Judicial. 71
District of Idaho, in and for th " I
county of Ada, and sentenced to th
state penitentiary at 6
term.
5M: years, makes application to tl •
WILLIAM STAFFORD.
Administrator of -the estate os'
William J. Rainey, deceased..
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Notice of Pardon.
Notice is hereby given that the an .
oise, idali'
for
state board of (jardons at its régulé
meeting after the expiration of leg 1
publication of this notice, for full a
absolute pardon from such offen'
conviction and sentence.
Dated this 2d dav of March, 19: -,
Wj E. DÄNNE .
the
of
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Signed:

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