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of storyettea written by Eleanor H. Porter (author of Polly&nna) now running In the Times. Mrs. Porterie a dlreet defendant of Gov. William Bradford of the Mayflower and rep resents the highest type of whole-! some American womanhood—which is a composite of the many fine qual lties reflected In her literary work. This Week's short story ts entitled "That Angel Boy." — . .. ■ William Dalton and hi* daughter Mrs. Frank L>. William» left Sunday for Rochester. Minn., their old hone. Mr. Will tanin will go to Eromott Hat ttrday, where he will remain three weeks, aud then go by auto to Roch ester. He will go the southern route by the way of Colorado, and expects the roads to be ln conditio» for travel by the time he starts. After disposing of their property In Minnesota they msy return to the west. The daughter Miss Bcrnita, who 1« attending the Mcrtdian schools, will remain for the S reseat with her aunt Mrs. Q. B. tanfield. The Girls Reserves of the Y^'ÇA realized the neat little sum of $24 <roit> their cooked food sale held last. Saturday in the post office building. I he girl* are planning anothor sale ln tu« near future, tt. object is to »•cure fund« lo send two or more of) thelr numlter to the Payette lakes i : this summer Hwt M. K. Cffioreh, Mwtdlan. nuüü»y. April 8, 1932. BunUgy ««boot. 10 ». tn. U. J. Mersdort, Hupt. Proachlag, at 11 a. m. fiubjoct "The Reward« of Service.' Ktiworth League, Public worship. B S, A. Monday eve, 7,30 p. m. Mid-week service»—Wed evg. at 7.80 Charles A. Quinn, Minister. Phone 871. Ladles' Aid Society, Wednesday, at 8.80 p. m. 7.16 p. tn. 8 p. IB. Want Ads FUR EXCHANGE — Good Bats« property for desirable tract near Meridian. P. O BOX 8«. FOR RENT—Two furuiahed house keeping room«. Apply to Mr«. C. K. COX, Pin« atrest, Meridian. FOR HALE—An Ideal mag«, in good condition Enquire at Lalng'» plumbing »hop. ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION Notice 1« hereby given that on A)frU 18, 1022. at the school houses beginning at on« o'clock, will be h*ld the. annual meeting of the patron« of each common school district In Ada County. The trustee* will bo elected, the »mount of money needed for •ebool purpose« voted on, and nil other matter* of school Interest dis cussed. LURA V. PAINE, Hupt.. Ada County. n>31*$t Meridian Time* job depart ment will print hotter wrapper*, with your name nod addreaa, at 81.GP the timt hundred, and 88« for each x(kilt!anal hundred. Will print on short notice Only tho bast quality of pure whlto paper la used and non t'OFouous butter*wrapper lab. Ml for DK, M. KIRKPATRICK DENTIST WERT BROADWAY. Ml HUMAN. PHONE m. When Spraying With Unit Sulphur Spray Save Abney—lift I » £77 Civ ^.F.UfTSj* • • CALCIUM - CAST IN ATE The New Spray Thi* new »pray material la re«om«Mnded by Experiment Stations. Add It to ALL Spray Solutions. They go further, protect better. Uniform wet* your spray Spread and Stay. Supplied by Your Local Denier The Pneumonia Month March is a typical pneumonia month and usually gives a high rate of mortality for the disease. After a long and hard winter, the system loses much of its resistance and peo jfie grow careless. When every eold, no matter bow slight, is given prompt and intelligent attention, there ifl much less danger of pneumonia, ft should be faqrne in mind that pneu monia is a germ disease and breeds in the throat. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an expectorant and cleans out the germ Iadened mucus and not only cares a oold but prevents its re sulting ln pneumonia. It I« pleasant to take. Children take it willingly. I if PRmii V NFWS i j t***-'«**'*^'' ^ " n : - ——— ; I V. Richardson was In Boise Tues-! day. Mr . and Mr „, R . H . B ell and daugh t „ r w „ re tn u 0 \ HÙ Saturday. .. ' .***; •* , " n „, ' «„„h,! KD alne * ln ' ° , Harry Perclfleld of Boise was vis- 1 Itlng old home scenes Monday. Mrs. I. N. Varner and children of i The Dalles are visiting Mrs. Charles Rowan. County Kant. P-lne and Probation officer Jellnon worein Meridian Mon jjsv t, j.« *h. ***'. "****£?'?" ''*"*? j * 0T Mr R t M / waggoner. ■ j Mr - and Mrs. Earl Blddlck and ; daughter Reole were at Pickle Butte ; Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Warner Is visiting ' at Payette with her daughter Mrs. > Charles Wells. H E Young and family were here I this week from Vale, Oregon, visiting with Rev. and Mrs. Cook. M , vnl Wr 7M.,T n „ r„ ^*2™*** îï« <r»°ï ' Mr8 ; An i der * on , ' ,or ?' Mar ® h *"• 192 *. to Mr. and i J* r *-.Dana Yost, a nine pound son He na« been named william Neal. Harry Davis and family have moved j from a farm on route 3 Meridian to Kuna, where they Will make their ! h® 1 ®* : The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will have a social at me I.O.O.F. hall this Friday evening. This will be a "box" affair so bring your eats. J. O. Myers of Boise was hero Wed nesday, and is helping to advertise the meeting for Saturday night at Parkins hall, of vegetable growers. Earl Beschäm and family, who re- j sided on route No. 1, north of Mer-! (dian. have moved to Vale. Oregon, j where they have located. , j recently from Mrs. J. 8. Washburn. | from Tacoma. Wash., In which she stated that they would be back ln 1 Meridian the fore part of April. Mrs. 8, E. llavner received a letter of on Cheerylanes at Head Lettuce League Will hold a meeting on SATURDAY Evening Apr. 1 AT PARKIN'S HALL, Meridian, Idaho Meridian will have a packing plant. J. B. Chaney of Lewis ton will be the speaker of the evening. Meeting is for the purpose of organizing a local in Meridian Welcome To Everybody ART E. CUNNINGHAM. Pre.ident H. E. CAMPBELL, Secretary I » Union Seed & Fuel Company III South 10th Street BOISE, IDAHO Farm, Field and Garden Seeds SEED POTATOES, EARLY VARIETIES Early Ohios, Early Rose and Irish Cobbler I Seed Wheat Fertilizers BLUE STEM, EARLY BART, MAR QUI8, CERTIFIED DICKLOW AND JENKINS CLUB. NITRATE 80DA, SULPHATE AM MONIA, AND ALL SWIFT'S RED STEER FERTILIZERS. j a ROSE LAWN FERTILIZER FOR LAWNS. AND ROSES. TRY IT. S3 lb BAG, .1.33; BO lb BAG «2.BO; lOO lb BAG .4.50. ; Poultry Supplies 1 QUEEN INCUBATORS, BROODERS, BLATCHFORD'S CALF MEAL, SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY All Kinds in Carload Lots i Charles Funk of Nampa was here Monday. Arthur Frazier of Boise was here ; Friday. n Ullrllll „ . .. . „ Mn "™* cr ,"'' rn * a v, * Mor here ," y ' . „ , _ . , Mr - and. Mrs. Henry Schaffer and ' Mr * A 5 ,fe visited in Nampa Monday, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Miller and daughter J.essle, of Boise, wore here 1 Sunday, visiting Ed Miller. I Miss Laura Smoot, of Boise visited • i Monday at the home of Mrs A A i Beasley ' . „„„ ... „ , ; ««n JVoLi in * lut-?,»!«., m - jj 1, Vl * Ued friend " ' n 8 «**jto ", Mia8 Da,By Harris of Boise wns here 1 j the week-end, visiting with Miss Jes- ; sl< * Miller j A. R. Stalker who has been ill for ; past few weeks is better, and Is! ; greeting his friends at the store. i w g Mateer hag ac( . e , lt ed a W8 t. ' t j on ' at ' t j, e , eneral merchandise store > or a » Htalker & Son ; ' . „ ■ „ _ . I e.JÛU. Ü? o „ r an<1 votingwUh Relativ« rB 8 ldHy, i tsi ing wun reiat \es. m1h » Agnes Rudser, teacher of the f,r#t Krado. Is able to resume her ; acho ° l w °rk, »fter a siege with the !«»• James Orceno, who Is at the Naz are ne hospital at Nampa, Is reported I as being much Improved in health, by, j his daughter, Mrs. E. M. Laaphear. j m, an a m rg j erry Burnett and : ! daughter Blanche were at Pickle Butte Sunday, where they visited at j the home of Mr .and Mrs. Harry Mer chant, .to be home again. I i I George Parkins, after severnl weeks In a Boise hospital, was able to re turn home this week. He is consider ably better and George says It Is good Misses Dorothy and Charlotte Tol j loth were among the pupils of Mrs. Cleary who gave a very interesting j musical recital at the Carnegie 11 , hrary at Boise Friday evening. j A. R. Htalker & Hon are improving | the front of their business building In Meridian, by placing a large en 1 trance on the north side, and rear ranging the counters and shelving. I». M. RAGON WHITES FROM , . , T>. M. Hagon writes under date of March 24th, from Bloomington. Cal. "We could not well gel along wtth out the visits of the Times. We have! i,een in our new home more than i years now and begin to feel that we fit Into the landscape here as well as in the old home near Meridian, al I though we often visit the old scenes • Imagination." i '' Tho okl-timers Bay this has been the coldest winter for thirty years but ; it Is hard for us to realize that we have had winter. The mercury fell 88- a few times-seven degrees lielow freezing, 1 condition for citrus growers and a ; great per cent of the fruit Is dam- j ;aged. However picking and packing is in full blast now. "We prize Idaho potatoes here al i most like you of the north do the citrus fruits. Many acres of potatoes Wfire I'lttntfd in February and will ; supply the early market but Califor nla potatoes do not keep well. Nearly all seasons or the year'merchants will i t * 11 thpir customers "these are Idaho potatoes." A few days ago as we went into Colton a car was standing on the sidetrack and large posters on the car said "Idaho 8|tuds Two Dollars a Hundred Pounds. 5 ' I The executive board of the Merld lau P. T. A. met Thursday afternoon j of last week with Mrs. J. C. Beam, : 11 was arranged to have a Joint meet ing at Ule high school the first Frl j ^ ay evening tn April. IHXKiMlNGTON, CAL1FORVI.V 'that is a serious I William Moreland calls our atten i tlon to the meeting of the lettuce growers this Friday evening at the Meridian city hall. This Is an import ant meeting and you are urged to be I resent and bring your, neighbor. The contracts with the fruit and veg etable exchange will be explained. Elma Matthews has commenced suit for divorce against her husband, Harry F. Matthews, at Caldwell.Gus tody of the six-year-old daughter, Harriet, and the community property share is asked for. Matthews is a recent proprietor of the Meridian billiard hall. Harmon Cox, one of the pioneers of this section, died at his home in Boise Haturday/ A few days ago he and Mrs. Cox celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. His wife and six children survive him ily made their home for many years on a farm near Meridian. The fam Miss Esther Riddle has made good progress in typewriting and short hand, and is now employed in the of fice of the Idaho Commercial college i at Boise, Hince graduating at the. Meridian high schoool, and taking u year a commercial work hero, she lias completed the course at the col-! lege, and her progress Is indicated from the fact that this week she re ceived a beautiful gold medal from the Remington typewriter company, for rauld typewriting, something over 600 words minutes. She made ln ten ! MERIDIAN, IDAHO. HERE IS A CHANCE TO SAVE $21 ON A HUGHES MODEL 40 ELECTRIC RANGE M r î?ÎZ\,î™? i° rtUnate d€al wc have ««««d a carlesd of Hughe. 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