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k%%ùkù * » == »...., 3H: . •& * nd Fordson Agents f t J I * ...J ■ ». ■ < m.a . ' • r'ZiÆ I Equipment and Are Best Your Automobile Work . : m e m op p| Prepared to Do ■ a m ' a gfc 1 I P i ; ■ I Our battery and Ignition departments are In charge of Henry V. Baker, an expert of recognized ability through the Boise Vail Aik the people In Meridian If Baker knows his business. Our repair department Is In charge of Vick Seely and he needs Introduction to you as an all round mechanic. Ve have also In repair department Roy Boyce of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and want to say to you that he Is a first class mechanic. / Our work is all guaranteed and we back it up. I f «y. I We specialize in all Ford parts, Exide batteries, Goodyear Tires, Motul oil, Pure Pennsylvania oil. s no Î our we If you come to us once we will hold your patronage. ! Fair and Honest Treatment Is Our Motto Ours is the oldest garage in Meridian and an experience of five years and a residence of our entire life gives us a knowledge of Meridian and vicinity which doubly prepares us to render good service. MATLOCK GARAGE * a h ÉÜ ri I Main Street « MERIDIAN, IDAHO. tK Phone 260 a W tt P4 THE MERIDIAN TIMES w JOHN F. BAIRD Publisher and Proprietor. th ac FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. Published Each Friday A YEAR Ft trt he The hoy scout summer camp under j® the direction of the Boise council will * u . be held beginning July 17th at «■I Smith's Ferry, on the west hank of the Payette river, and the camp fees will be $7.60 for the two-weeks' per iod. Scouts or troops outside of Boise will attend also Of the 228 cows tested by the Ada nsj County Cow Testing association dur al* ing May, four cows owned by S.E. wl Gearhart of Boise, led with an aver h« age fat test of 6 «. 7 for 1U93 pounds These cows are registered au. of milk. Ch Jerseys. Vr. The Star schools have elected tab teachers for next year as follows: Primary. Mrs Snyder of Meridian: yot third and fourth grades. Miss Georgia Andrews or Caldwell: fifth and sixth grades, Miss Margaret Lemon of Mid dleton; seventh and eighth grades, Harold White of Boise; English and languages. Misa Vanille Lester, sci ence and mathematics, W. H. Cone; Superintendent, Prcf. Lewis Ham, alio. MM OR Now's This? Tht .We offer OM.M ter any case of catarrh by HALL'S ihet roBBfl l ho PUrtd 3ATARRHMBD1CINE BALL'S CATARRH ME ■natty and acta through the Blood Mttoous Surface« of the System If druggist* for over forty years. plai DICING Is tak Wll • Internally and acts •a the Mucous Surfaces of ft •MS Iff druggist» for over EToLÄTcÄÄ EM > (M in i Why Buffer from Rheumatism. < DR. Do you know that nine out of ev ry ten cases of rheumatism are slm ly rheuiqptlsni of the muscles or aronic rheumatism, neither of which T! »quire any internal treatment? The tlmi aln may be relieved OR1 by a pgilylng assi hamberlaln's Liniment which makes la 1 eep and rest possible, and that cer ilnly means a great deal to any one Tltcted with rheumatism. Tim No. UY PURE FOOD BUTTER WRAP ei PERS AT THE TIMES OFFICE. a No. The Meridian Times job départ it ent makes a specialty of printing No.: itter wrappers, with your name and 4 ral route thereon. The price is No. .50 for the first hundred, and 50c 2 r each additional hundred. We will No. Int them the same day we receive we e order, and guarantee a good job No. printing. Only the best butter « appers are used, and they cost us ice that of tho dark, cheap wrap _rs. We use non poisonous butter ' ltB upper blue ink. No. No. No. DR. J R. NUMBERS, JR. (Successor to Dr. Dutton) ll3 No. N'iYSICIAN and SURGEON Meridian, Idaho. No No N. No. The Home of the Soul. In olden time», It was believed that the seat of the soul wan the stom ach. most likely for tho reason that a man Is never so completely used up as when his stomach is out of order. For the cure of ordluary stomach troubles, there Is nothing quite prompt and satisfactory as herlaln's Tablets, the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. so Cham They strengthen NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, It? and for the County -of Ada. J. B. Poteot. plaintiff, vs. Elmer N. Hart und Daisy F. Hart, husband and wife, Irvin Wilson, K. H. Shuner and Idah M. Shaner, his wife, defend ants. Under and by virtue of an order of sale Issued out of and under the Beal of the above entitled court on a judg ment and decree of foreclosure and sale recovered in said court In tha above entitled action on the 10 th day of June. 1923, in favor of the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendants, said writ re citing the material parts of Bald judg ment and decree duly attested on the 10th day of June. 1922, and to the sheriff of Ada County, Idaho, direct ed. and to me James D. Agnew. such sheriff, delivered on the 10 th day of June, 1922, for execution, whereby I am commanded and re quired to proceed to notice for sale and to sell at public auction the property described In said writ, and to apply the proceeds of such sale to the satisfaction of said judgment and decree with interest thereon and my fees and costs, and the residue, If any, to the defendants as their Inter ests appear. The property directed to be sold by this decree is described therein as follows, to-wlt: The lands and premises directed to be sold by this decree are situated, lying and being within Ada County, Idaho, and are more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wlt: Lots numbered seventeen and eighteen In block numbered five of Dundee First Subdivision of part of the 8 . E. (4 of section fifteen, town ship 3 north, of range 2 east, B. M.. Idaho, as the same are numliered and designated on the oHicial plat of said subdivision now of record In the of fice of the county recorder of Ada County, Idaho. Together with all and singular the tenements, hered itaments or appurtenances thereunto belonging. Notice Is hereby given that on the 11th day of July, 1922, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, stand ard Pacific time, In front of the front door of the Ada county court house In Boise City, Ada County, Idaho, I will attend, at public auction, all or so much of the above described property thus di rected to be sold as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy and pay the judgment as set ont in said writ, together with interest, and all costs, to the highest bidder therefor in law ful money. Dated June 16, 1922. JAMES D. AGNEW, jnl 6 Sheriff of Ada County, Idaho. a I offer and sell a COAL 7] a Meridian Coal Co. S. H. GRIFFITHS CLEAR CREEK CASTLE GATE KING BLACK HAWK For the Beg t C o a 1 Quality First—Service Always We handle nothing but the best Coal, and our prices are right. lar per ton less than we are laying but we think that the sat> billed customer that keeps coming back is the one worth while. We fork our coal, and have plenty of good slack on hand at #7.00 per ton. We can purchase Inferior grades of coal for one dol MERIDIAN, IDAHO. W. S. MATEER Funeral Service &r Calls answered night or day. Will pay telephone tolls professional calls. 1 carry a com pie te line of Funeral Supplies A chapel for cervices. on all Auto or horse hearse. Phone No. 216 FOR CLASSY HOUSES • • • BUILT OF HIGHEST QUALITY MATERIAL SEE B. F. ALLEN MERIDIAN f IDAHO. B«st of References. Bring in Your Window Sash and get it fitted with new glass. AT ROATH'S EXCHANGE STORE. | I j i ! I 2d Street, Meridian, Idaho. GLOBE OPTICAL CO. 908 MAIN STREET, BOISE Oldest and Largest Optical House lc Boise. We have alt the latest in- ' strumenta for making scientific aminations of the eye. Evory pair of glasses guaranteed to DR. P. A. SIMMONS. Optometrist. fit. NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sealed bids will lie received up to the second Monday evening in July, | 1922. for the construction room school building, practically a I duplicate of the present j buildings. i Bids to be left at my office or mail ! ed to me. Board reserves the right to reject I any and all bids. of one one story H F. NEAL, Clerk, ' Hural High School No. 1, Ada Co. ex-i-—_ DR. M. KIRKPATRICK DENTIST WEST BROADWAY, MERIDIAN. PHONE 239. 1M I u '•N 5* ■ J. I I JUi CALORIC PIPELESS FURNACE GIVES TO YOUR COUNTRY ALL THE CONVENIENCE OF A CITY WATER SUPPLY. WORK GUARANTEED. Leader-Trahern Water System PLUMBING AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES. HOME I B LAING MERIDIAN- IDAHO PLUMBING and REPAIRING W. A. GAN0 Successor to G. B. Humphrey. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FUUN ISHED. Folks lik* to talk about the troort nid v They try to make out people lived so mu oh' i Wllen grandfather was a boy. they didn't. The fact is. six yearshaveTeen' «ftV heu than now - But grandfather came into the world. added to human life since In other words, a child born to^davlias ™ „„ years longer than if it Bad been a contury Se chance of living A great deal of this lenethenin., . & The plumber has cleaned up the^phutui 1 ? d,le to modern plum made the home sanitary, which means ^fe " 1 ° tS of America. He has ÄZ' *"• "•"*» <> •■»<>«,. , 1ItM « <££""* W "" bi " 8 ' « »■ .»er.,«., €»» 248 —W. A. GANO—ana six years may be upon this good make him your plumber. All work guarsn TIME SCHEDULE OF THE BOISE VALLEY TRACTION CO. CARS PASS MERIDIAN FOR BOISE 6:46 am, 7:50 am, 10:20 am; 11:20 3:20 pm; 4:20 pm; 5:20 CARS PASS MERIDIAN FOR as follows—-: am; 12:20 pm; pm; 6:20 pm; 7:20 1; 20 pm; 2:20 Pm; 9:20 pm; 11:20 CALDWELL: — pm; pm. nampa and 6:35 am; 8:35 am: 9:35 am; 12;35 pm', 1:35 6:35 pm; 8:35 10:35 am; 11:35 Pm; 3:35 Pm; 10:35 pm; andli ::35 a am; Pm; 2:35 pm; ?*Pm. (last CARS LEAVE ONWEILER for MCDERMOTT 7.5o am; 10:31 am and 5:32 pm rf ' 4: 35 pm; 5:35 pm; car tc Nampa only.) CARS LEAVE McDERMOTT 8:10 am; 10.55 am and 5.55 CARS LEAVE BOISE for Meridian the hour. FOR ON'WEILER 0 pm. Nam * a and Caldwell, each hour, on