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A Farmer Cured of Rheumatism.
"A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism, handed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and told him to use it free ly," says Cl P. Kayder. Patten Mills, N. Y. "A few days later he walked into the store as straight as a string and handed me a dollar saying, give me another bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. I want it In the house all the time for It cured me." ! Want Ads --- FOR SALE—Brady disc harrow. 20-inch, 10 disc. Just sharpened and in good condition. Price ¥35.00. LUND BROTHERS, Phone No. 649 R, Meridian. FOR EXCHANGE — Good Boise property for desirable tract near Meridian. P. O. BOX 86 . FOR SALE—An Ideal range, in good condition. Enquire at Laing's plumbing shop. FOR RENT—Good six room house. Come and see It. Phone 520. E. F. ATWATER, Meridian. 4 FOR SALE—35 acres of irrigable land, for ¥65 per acre. Near town. Will give terms. This is a good buy. Enquire at Meridian Times office. FOR SALE—A Maxwell touring car, in good condition. A bargain. In quire of Rev. C. A. Quinn. TO TRADE—Residence lots in West View addition to Meridian, for Boise lots, clear. B. F. NEAL, Boise, Idaho. FOR SALE—Four room cottage, plastered, built-in features; screened porches, cellar, garage, lawn, shade, household goods. Terms. DAISY J. COOPER, One block west Furnitur Store, Mer idian. 51 FOR SALE OR TRADE—30 acres of land joining Cambridge. Good land and free water right. For a good small house. BOX 273 Meridian. Notice of Annual School Meeting and Election in District No. 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, 1922, 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 husiress 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 1 »allot. Dated this 24th day of April, 1922. CORA MADDEN, Clerk. Notice of Annual 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 be 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 levey 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 shall 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 (61 days prior to the day of election, ex cluding the day of election. The election at such meeting will be by secret and separate ballot. Dated this 20th dav of April. 1922. W. B. WALT, Clerk. 81 Notice of Annual School Meeting .and Election in District No. 2. Notice is hereby given that the an nual school meeting of Upper Fair view Common school district No. 2. County of Ada, State of Idaho, will be held on Saturday, Apn-ii 3 5, 1922, and the said meeting will convene at one o'clock P. M. of said day and con tinue uninterruptedly until the bttsi ness properly coming before said meeting is disposed of. That at said | meeting the following business will he transacted. Election of one trustee to succeed t 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. SAVE MONEY on FUEL A Chance to Buy Stove Wood at Carload Lot Prices For a short time we are prepared to sell our customers stove length wood delivered on cars in Meridian at the exceptional low price of $4.25 a cord. Each car contains 16 cords—just the right amount for •BO family for a season. ■ : ; ! However, if a full car is too much for your pitting place, go in with your neighbor and take a part of a car. Think of H--A Whole Carload of Wood for S68.00 Wood *4 Ü Cord I l Carload,- lots will be coming in every few days and orders will be filled in the rotation received. Phone Your Orders to Boise Payette Lumber Company— Phone 224 This is an opportunity for you to buy your Summer's weed supply at a big saving in price. It is cut in convenient lengths for heater, furnace or cook stove. Buy a Supply Now and You Won't Have to Worry About a Coal Shortage. Boise Payette Lomber Co i MERIDIAN YARD, E. H. TAYLOR, Mgr. Phone 224 Taste is a matter r.i tobacco quality We state it as our honest be'iefthat the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Uggttt St Mjtrj Ttkacct Ct. y I 1 ! ■ ./ Kr! : V * \ VK IT k J 3 .. \ Chesterfield ! CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos — blended H Lower Prices 20 now 18c 10 now 9c (Two 10'»— 18c) 'JM — — _.. _ _ ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION | Notice is hereby given that on Anril 15, 1922, at the school houses beginning at one o'clock, will be held i the annual meeting of the patrons of j each common school district in Ada ' County. The trustees will be elected., the amount of money needed for school purposes voted on. and all 1 other matters of school interest dis cussed. m 3 i- 3 t j tt <|,e Probate Court 0 f Ada County. State of Idaho, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Wilbur F. Tucker, Deceased, Notice is hereby given by the un jdersigned adminis'trator of the estate -of Wilbur F. Tucker, deceased, to t j ie creditors of and alii persons hav LURA V. PAINE. Supt., Ada County. ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of Oppenheim & Lampert, 604 Idaho Bldg., Boise, Comity of Ada. State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. ■ Dated April 3. 1922. LEE W. PFOST. Administrator of the Estate of Wil bur F. Tucker, deceased. a7-m5 : ; 1 : : ! ! DEARDUFF &G0ULDING GARAGE ■ EAST SIDE STATE HIGHWAY, —PHONE 273— m jC +-=* 3 s ! c [ §*131; (afc-U—l—raw Supplies And EXPERT - REPAIRING ; And ACCESSORIES FOR ALL CARS *£ WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE STATION. i Kokomo Tires and Tubes OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Service" Is Our Motto. M, I .=_'J_I_ _ IF YOV ARE IN NEED OF Poultry or Hog wire Gel your erder in at once. Garden and Field Seeds In any quantity, at prices that are right Iron Age Garden Seeders For your Lettuce planting. None better. Shovels, Rakes, Hoes, Wheel Cultivators, Etc. 1 **■ * <y Come In and See Us. T « : : : IDAHO EQUITY Exchange ; MERIDIAN, IDAHO. i ; T mb BlHBUgg; ,v LîfSb 4 \ *] W. v 1} ' ,4.1 iV / 3 / Ljl P rompt service MATLOCK I STORACe SATTE ft Y BROTHERS On State Highway. Phone 260. Maridian. COME AND GET OCR SPECIAL PRICES .ON OILING HARNESS \ and repairing shoes. Ne» anti Second Hand Harness. Next and Second Hand Saddles. Collar Fads, Halters, We are also ready to furnish you with— New Shoes. Lap Robes. New Collars, Price and quality right at all times. Whips, Snap-. Pocket Books. licit-. ! Meridian Harness & Shoe Shop G. H. LE1NÏXGER & SON. Prop?. MERIDIAN. IDAHO BOISE » ALLEY TRACTION COMPANY TLME CARD. Leaving time at Boise for Samp* and Caldwell via Meridian 6:30, 8:00, 10:0u, 12:00, A. M. 2:00, 4:00. 5:00,6:00, 8:00, 10:00, *11:00 P. M. 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 Caldweil:— 7;05, 8:35, 10:35 t I ë •To Nampf Only « ■ *To Nampa Only. 12:35, 2:35. 4:35,5:35 6:35, 8:35. 10:35, *11:35 P. M McDermott Stub Leaves Onwiler for McDermott:— 7:5? a. m. 10:31a. m . 5:32 p. m. and arrives at McDermott at 8:05 a. m.. 10:44 a. m. and 5:45 p. m Leave McDermott for Onwiler: — 8:05, a. m.. 10:s5e m. 5:55 p. m. and arrives at On wiler at 8:18 a. m.' 11:08 a. m , and 6:08 p. m. * « Look After the Plumbing ! If you get n <> to do your plumbing I guarantee that the \xork nil! be done in a manner satisfactory to you and that your home »ill be protected from imonre germs which are so destructive to health and are the result, of improper plumbing. ! I B L A I N G MERIDIAN*-IDAHO i In the District Court of the Third J udictal District " of the T.LV ." a tor Pearl Vernon, Plaintiff, vs Martin W. Mask us. and Edna H. Price Mask us. . De fen da ms Alias Summons for Publication. : The State ot Idaho scuds greetings to Martin W Mask us. and Edna H. • ; Price Masktts. the a!>ove named de 'fendants. ' You are hereby notified that a com •plaint has been tiled against voa in 1 the District Court of the Third Jud- X tcial District of the State of Idaho. : in and foe 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 Mav 4 ! 14th. 1929. And you are hereby« directed to. ap ! pear and answer the said compiaint - within twenty days of the service of this summons, if served within" said Judicial District, and. withiu 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 •yon as prayed in said complaint. . à Witness my band and the seal.of said District Court, this 17th day .of March JSf'i'J: isea!K Stephen Utter, dork. By Thos. E. Powell. Deputy, C H. EDWARDS, Attorney for Plain tiff, Residence, Boise, Idaho, iuclit-oi 5t , ,, _ _ . _ . " J . ? aln £ y - Debased . ,s . T??*! 00 * S»' ea rim «n dersigued W hliam Stafford. Admin :rirator of the Estate of William J. Ha ! ne >;- deceased, to the creditors ei • Bd al! pensons having claims against deceased. to exhibit them ' V1 *® <he necessary vouchers, within L months after the first publication 15^ aottce to the said William X ** Coeaxj of Ada. f * 1 Idaho, this being the place ' lxo< * f * jr t }\ e transaction ot the busi B*JJ® 1 j*** ***** October 19-1. - 4 ' In the Probate Court WILLIAM STAFFORD. Administrator of the estate o William J. Rainey, decease«: Notice of Pardon. Notice is hereby given that the an dersigued. \V. E. Danner, eonvicte of an infamous crime against natsm at. the Septem her "1920 term of th distriCT court of the Third Judiei District of Idaho, in county of Ada. and sentenced to tl state penitentiary ai Boise. Mat for and for ti the term à As years, makes application to P stare board of pardons at its regn! meeting after the expiration of iec of > publication'of this notice, for full a ; absolute pardon from such offer-, conviction and sentence. Dated this 2d day of March, 19 . w. e. banni: 5t Signed: