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TURES AUTO BOOT. Willard Taylor has taken up the manufacture of a boot for automobile tires that is an inn rovenient over the article usually found on the market. It 1« more effective and durable. It *111 give splendid satisfaction In cane of a puncture, and even if the hole is a* big as your fist" as the saying goes, the autoist will find that It will close the puncture and will be a permanent rei»ir for the tire. He has a »hop on West Broadway and will manufacture enough for trade in this section of Idaho. There will Ije a dance at the Parkin hail this Friday utght for the ben efit of the Meridian base ball club. CARE' OF THANKS, We Wish to extend our sinecrest thanks to the many friends for their kindness evidenced during the Illness and at the time of the death and fun eral of our beloved husband and father. I Signed) Mrs. Mary Rogers, Miss Edna Rogers, Harry Rogers, Mrs. R. C, Parks. TICK BITES CAUSE SICKNESS. Tick bites has caused considerable sickness in southern Idaho recently, says a physleian.Thare were 20 oases at St. Luke's hospital at one time » short time ago. fever and suffered with some kind of of poison Among the patients waa Mr. Swan of Idaho City, owner of o ranch near Sterna n. ticks that have boon biting people have dropped from poisoned coyotes He says many coyotes have been pols onod this year and the ticks Infest the coyotes. Arthur Garrett returned Tuesday from San Francisco, where he atten ded the Shrinera' convention. On the return trip he visited relatives at Portland. The weather there was hot but in San Francisco it was cold and disagreeable. In Portland the city was beautifully decorated for the rose carnival, which opened June 20th, The city was full of guests for the occasion. S. as the Home hud spotted He thinks the A new champion for Idaho has been announced by the Holstein-Frleslan Association of America for the 306 day division of the senior two-yoar old class. She is Viola May Hartog, owned by F. O. Johnson, of Boise Idaho. She made 11727.3 pounds ol Ik and 404.32 pounds of butter fat equivalent to 606.4 pounds of butter George F. Jackson, a leading far mer living near Ulssell station, (lied Thursday morning at 10 a. m. The funeral will take place from the M.E. church thia Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. A. Quinn conduct ing' it. Burial will be in the Merid ian cemetery. NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION. Notice is hereby given to the qual ified electors, who are tax payers, of the. Village of Meridian, Ada Couuty, Idaho, that an election will he held In said Village .of Meridian, on Tuesday, the 2.7th day of Juue, 1922, at the City hall, from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m, mountain time, at which elect ion there shall be submitted to the said qualified electors, who are tax payers, of said Village of Meridian, the question: •'Shall the Board of Trustees of the Village of Meridian, Ada County, Idaho, be authorized to issue coupon bonds of the said Village of Meridian, maturing tu ten years, to the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars, lor the puriiose of grading, paving with sited rock and otherwise improv ing that portion of East First Street of Bàid Village lying between the North boundary line and the South Itoundery Une of said village of Mer idian, bonds to be payable within ten years of the date of the Issuance thereof; and the Hoard of Trustees or said village of Meridian to provide by annual levy, on all taxable prop erty in said village, to pay the later est on said bonds as the same shall become due and to create a sinking fund to pay the said bonds us and when the same shall mature.'' By Order of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Meridian. W. H. PEER. Village Clerk. ri ü ml9-Jn 23 Want Ads FRUITS AND BERRIES FOR SALE We .have purchased the Royal Stan ton fruit acreage In the west part of Meridian, at the west eud of Broad way, and we will have ail kinds of fruits and berries to sell in their season. Cherries can now be bought or contracted for. H. F. ANU1ER, Phone 432, Meridian. J . T. COOK . ATTORNEY AT LAW EVERY TUESDAY AT MERIDIAN Office First National Bank Building, Boise Office Sonna Bldg. Phone 2718. For Canvas Dams and repairing auto curtains come to the Meridian Harness and Shoe Shop. Our prices can't be beat. FOR SALE—Kimball piano, on easy payments. Phone 217. E. F. HUNT. I have 100 tons of hay which I wish to have stacked by contract. H. D. CARPENTER, R. 3, Meridian. 2 V4 miles south and 1 mile west of town. LOST—Near the Interurban depot, in Meridian, a double elk tooth watch charm, initials "R W L, Boise 310." Li lierai reward for return. Phone 286 Boise. --: Notice to Breeders OREGON FLASH, THE BIG BLACK JACK ÎR NOW 0\VnED BY J. MATT ANDERSON. The Jack will Teinain on Ohio King's place, one'mile ..south of Meridian, Will make a change in terms, so as to insure in foal at $15; $6 retainer fee; cash, but $10 due when mare is safe In foal. . OHIO KING,: MANAGER. DR. J. MATT ANDERSON, OWNER.' Meridian Local News - FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. Ernest Gordon has gone to Rupert for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly McKinnls were Melba visitors Sunday. Ross 8meed Jr, of Caldwell was a ; visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Ida Caldwell left Monday for i Portland, for a visit with friends. i Mrs. Jennie Tompkins of Boise isj the guest of Mrs. Marie Williamson. Elinor Lucas who underwent an operation recently for appendicitis 1» getting along nicely. Miss Grace Howry has been visiting in Boise at the home of her cousin, Miss Veta Howry. Miss Jessie Miller is employed at the Meridian Commissary, starting work there Monday. Mrs. Frank Pry has gone to Denver Arthur Frasier of Boise was here Thursday. Mrs. Dan Barker was called to Pas adena by the serious Illness of her sister, Mrs. Katon. The Farmers Home club was re cently entertained at the home of S. W. Wright. John Beery left Sunday night for Twin Falls, where he will spend a month with friends Mr. and Mrs. Willard Taylor spent Sunday at Nampa with Mrs. 'Cope land^ ■5 Dorothy Dunlap of Caldwell lias been the gouBt of Frances and Mar jory Baird Elmer M. Johnson, a former Mer idian ♦stndeht, graduated this year from Cornell university. W. J. Krulish of Austin, Minn., is visiting his non John Kttlllsh and daughter Mrs. Joe Roeberry. Mrs. Earl Coleman spent the week end with her father Ü. V. Sebern at Boise. Elizabeth Lucas is spending the week in Boise at the home of Mrs. Mable Scott. W. L. Nelson, father of Mrs. J.Matt Anderson, is at St. Luke's hospital, suffering with a stroke of puraiysls. W. R. Baird is having a modern six room bungalow' built ou his property on W'est Pine street. Mrs, Reus Sailor, Mrs.Henry Ritchie and MIhh Lena Brown of Boise were here Sunday visiting with Mrs. Marie Williamson. The Misses Dorothy. Mary Luclle and Katherine Gilmore, of Boise, were week end guests at the home of Miss Lily Beutley. Ralph Dunham and bride who have been guests at the F, O. Johnson home, have returned to their home In Ogden, Utah. Harold Salisbury, one of the honor students of the University of Idaho, has returend to Meridiau for a vac ation with home folks. Mr. and Mrs Forest Cahill, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Beery and Mrs. John L. Waggoner motored to Barrel Springs Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner. Jack McGill, who has been em ployed us night watchman in Merid ian for some time, left Monday for Pendleton, Oregon, where he will work in the harvest fields. Waldo Burns and F. Pry were in a motor cycle accident Friday near Eagle. Both were thrown from the machine, but Buffered only a few bruises. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Gey. Hurdln. Dr. Numbers. Miss Myr tle Beasley, Miss Nellie Spencer and Joe DePartee spent Sunday at Ruby Creek. There will be an important business meeting of the Y. W'. C. A. Wednes day, June 28th, at 2.30, at the home of Miss Dorothy Neal. All members come. Fred Latum and son Cleave left Sunday for their home at Independ ence. Kansas, after spending the past six months at the home of his mother here. The Acme Rebekah lodge elected the following officers at their last meting: Mrs. Jennie King, N. G.; Mrs. Nettle Summers, V. U.; Ruth Nelson, recording secretary: Mrs. Jessie Mutchain, financial secretary. Aiueda Adams, treasurer. At the third unnual recital of the Boise academy of music, given at the Bishop Tuttle hall, in Boise, June 12, Vernon Taylor, son of Henry Taylor, and a pupil of Prof. Oliver C. Jones, gave a number on the program which was considered one of the best of the' evening. © Q • * c « i at the attractive line of paper and envelopes at the Bice Pharmacy COME AND GET OUR SPECIAL PRICES ON OILING HARNESS j j I We are alaoready to furnish you with New Shoes, Lap Robes, New Collars, Price and quality right at all times. and repairing shoes. New and Seiend Hand Harness, Whips, Belts, New and Second Hand Saddles, Snaps, Pocket Books, Collar Pads, Halters, Meridian Harness & Shoe Shop MERIDIAN. IDAHO G. H. LEININGER & SON, Props. m Notice to Taxpayers I The second installment of the 1921 taxes are due and must be paid be fore the fourth Monday of this month as they become delinquent on this date, June 26, 1922. y«r Ethel T. Clark . ju9-3t County Treasurer, Ada County, Idaho \ ■5 A. BICYl m »! RM HEALTH AND LCOHOi The Morler Cyclery DISTRIBUTOR FOR MOTORCYCLES RACYCLE, IVER JOHNSON, INDIAN AND ALL OTHER LEADING BICYCLES INDIAN ' A Full Line of Motor, Cycle and Bicycle Sundries. General Kejuiiring. All Work Guaranteed. sar RACINE AUTO TIRES ' CHRIS NORLER, Proprietor 24X14108 N. Oth St. Phone 640. BOISE, IDAHtfc Mrs. E. M. Lanphear was at Nampa Monday, called on account of the critical condition of her father,James Oreeno, who is receiving treatment at the hospital there. Knute Westerheim wears the star as marshal of the village of Meridian. As Mr. Westerheim is an exsoldier of the Philippine war It is supposed ho will settle all affrays with prompt ness and dispatch. J. E. Turner and wife are the guests of Mrs. Susie Davis, Mrs. Turner's sister. They ars on their way from their home ln Clarkston, Wash, to North Carolina, and are making the trip by auto. William Kincaid, assessor, and C.A. Packlngham, deputy, were in Merid ian Wednesday. Mr. Kincaid so far has no opposition tn the republican ranks for the position of county as sessor. E. S. Wright has purchased the JL McClure residence on West Broad way. The family are visiting in Am erican Falls at xresent and will move to their new home July 1st. Wright Is running the barber shop formery conducted by A. Vea. Mrs. Sternberg, who has been "vis iting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Griffiths, and sister, Mrs. Ethel Lockwood, left Sunday for her home at Grand Junction, Colo. She was accompanied by her niece, Dor othy Lockwood, who goes to Color ado for a summer's vacation. A party consisting of Mesdames Par ker, Coleman and French, and Messrs Coleman and Shoemaker, Mr.and Mrs Marlon Pfost and family, of Maple Grove, Q. H. Coleman and family and James Coleman and family of Melba i enjoyed a picnic at the home of D.W Saxton at Mora Sunday. Mr. AN w Electric 4 tzc — - r - 1 Ranee -5^ |!u i Is a Genuine Investment in Health and Comfort 71 *5 SSL J 'll 5 f V Cooking by wire" it a joy to every housewife because it is so simple and easy. ii Your kitchen is always cool and clean because there is no fire burning except when cooking is actually going on, and even then the heat is concentrated right under the utensils, and the heavily insulated oven keeps all the heat inside. There is practically no shrinkage of meat cooked electrically, and this means economy. Terms of $10 Down Just $10 is all you need to start the Joy of electric cooking in your home now.The balance can he paid in small monthly payments you'll hardly miss. Come in any time and inspect the different styles and sizes we offer. Other Elictricai Servants , Electric Grills, Waffle Irons, Toasters, Percolators, Irons. Vacuum Sweepers, Washers other applicances are ready to lighten your work and give you more time tor rest ation. Their cost is low comparedto their value and convenience. and and recre ELECTRIC SHOP IDAHO POWER CO. Just Happened to Think TV: ' : "'.If Wi? That my wife wanted me to order some of those * nice groceries at the People's Cash Grocery. One reason she likes to trade there is that the groceries and canned goods are always clean new and fresh. Phone or call and we will fill your order promptly. PEOPLE'S CASH GROCERY MERIDIAN, IDAHO. 17« A T iCiiiY 1 "V I 1 ■■ r : äSwi^isSSÄ Stop and come in and let us shew you what we can do with a Butcher Knife « when it comes to cutting meats, nice tender steaks and roasts. CITY MEAT MARKET McKIkNIS EF01I IFS, Piep s. Idaho Street, Meridian, fdeho. '