MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
THE MERIDIAN TIMES
John F. Baird, Publisher.
Independent Phone 274.
Catered »ete-COnd-cli»» matter Jane 1J. 1909,
St the poat-office at Meridian, Idaho, under the
act of March 3.1*79._
Iwued Every Friday. Pricti $1 a Year.
Meridian and Vicinity.
Good heating stove tor sale.
Enquire at Times office.
For Sale—Pullets; hatched early
in May. Mrs. L. P. Biddic'k.
If you desire any newsp/âper
magazine on earth call at the
Thanksgiving ia one weèk from
text Thursday. Better engage
Found—An umbrella. Please
Call at the Times office and get it.
Don't all come at once.
Mrs. C. L. Dutton is recovering
her strength after a two-weeks'
ilhiess with typhoid fever.
All Kinds of Sewing—Calf on
Mfs. J. S. Gillespie, Idaho afreet,
ntar Third, Meridian.
I am ready to do plain sewing.
Mrs. R. A. Stanton, west end of
Broadway, Meridian, Ind. p&one
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Kindall,
Tuesday, a boy. This is the 12th
child to gladden the home of this
Èorn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
BôSler, residing six miles south
east of Meridian, Saturday, No
vefnber 5th, a girl.
fc. T. Capps, who has had
les'se on the Palmer livery barn,
bris sold his interest to Mr. Kin
Purebred Buff Leghorn hens for
tale. Mrs. J. F. McFarland,
half mile southwest of Meridian,
ïnd. phone 20.
Our nice fall weather was
broken up Monday, when the
élonds gathered and it has been
Gaining every day since.
The Ridenbaugh water is sished
ùîed to be turned off this we»k, so
Défier get that cistern filled.
It is figured that the tfemper
an'éè people have gained over 800
voté» in Ada county. That looks
Chickens for Sale—Fifty fine,
pure-bred Barred Plymouth Rock
cockerels at $2.50 each. Burt L.
Badley, Meridian, phode 63.
A. O. Jones has purchased lots
west of the school house on West
Pine street, and will soon com
mence the erection of a five room
Mrs. J. C. Arnold left for her
hoibe near Seattle Saturday. She
ha# been visiting with friends and
relatives in Meridian and Boise
for the past month.
tor Sale—Two thoroughbred
Poland China boars. First-class
condition. For information call
on address A. P. Wolfe, R. F. D.
No. 2, Meridian, Ind. phone 866;
SlAWATHA COAL. Buy
on# ton and it will go as far as
I on# and a quarter tons of arty
othljr coal. For sale only at the
I Unibn Coal & Feed Co, Meridiän,
A ia time to think about yonr
I pictures for Christmas The old
I folks back east are waiting for a
picftjre of the latest baby. Mrs. E.
i X. Newell, photographer, Merid
I ian, Idaho. Phone 765.
I The 19-months-old child of Jeff
I Feebaok died last Tuesday of
bowel complaint, and was buried
j from the M. E. church, south, the
J*me day. The little child had
been ill for about two weeks.
Tjjè Times office now has a com
plet» ffilephone service, Indepen.
OenfiNo. 274, reaching nearly all
the residents of this vicinity. We
bavs'alUo added the Bell service,
I giving ns connection with the out
I aide world. The number ia 19.
Dfen't forget Henry Craig's big
I »ale next Wednesday, at the ranch
lofiKdiiles northeast of Meridian,
g at 10 o'clock, with a good
rociffi; at oon. Horses, cows,
I chidïfèfca, implements. Every
Ha face Bray is baring oonlfid
eraole trouble with his knee. Two
Feel# ago it was injured in a run
I and toon after that hé re
I ®*iv»d a second hurt, which caused
bim" to take to crotches. The doc
tor day* the knee is quits badly
•pnBned and that it ia-not improv
es as fast as it should.
$. P. L. Payne has »turned
- froth a stay in Denver, and comes
back with glowing accounts of
that wonderful city. Mrs. Payne
has gained 20 pounds in weight
Mfoe e going there, and will remain
jpHng the winter with the chil
I wen, who are attending school.
I , ''rank E. Jones, of Cald
I 3^L:8tate president of the C. W.
I B. M\ will be at tbë Christian
I churefn, Nov. 27tb, and give a re
I Port from the national convention
I °f tyfe Christian churches All
I îf® Qfrited to hear her'. This will
I b» of great interest as" she has just
I ^turned from this convention.
■ -be evening servioo will be given
I *ntli*»!y H- C. W. Bi M. Work
The Successful Candidates.
REPRESENTATIVE (in Congress )
Burton L. French, Moscow '
JUSTICE SUPREME COURT
Isaac N. Sullivan, Hailey
James H. Hawley, Boise.
EIEUTEN ANT- GOVERNOR.
Lewis H. Sweetser, Burley.
SECRETARY OF STATE.
William I«. Gifford.
Stephen D. Taylor, Bonners Ferry
G. V. Allen, Boise.
Daniel C. McDongal.
8UPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Grace M. Shepherd, Boise.
INSPECTOR OP MINES.
Robert N. Bell, Weiser,
JUDGE THIRD JUD'L DISTRICT.
Carl A. Davis, Boise.
John E. Yates, Soldiers' Home.
MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REP
B. P. Bradford, Boise.
Charles G. Ceaser, Boise.
Benjamin S. Crow, Boise.
Charles D. Storey, Fairgrounds pet.
Henry G. Wilson, Boise.
CLERK OF COURT AND AUDITOR.
Stephen Utter, Boise.
James M. Roberts, Boise.
Charles P. McCarthy, Boise.
ASSESSOR AND TAX COLLECTOR.
Herbert A. Ellsworth, Boise.
Maud Lowry Cleary, Boise.
William C. Dunbar, Boise.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS.
Ivy M. Wilson, Boise.
Adolph Schreiber, Boise.
Albinus N. Kimmell, Boise.
George A. Latham, Boise.
Chester H. Packenham, Boise.
Edward F. Crawford, Maple Grove pet.
Looks Like Hawley.
At this writiog(Thursday after
noon) it looks like James H. Haw
ley was elected governor over
James H. Brady by 400 or 500
votes, but it may take the official
count to decide the matter. Brady
carried Ada, Bear Lake, Boise,
Bonner, Canyon, Cassia, Latah,
Lincoln, and Oneida counties by
a plurality of about 4503, while
Hawley carried Bannock, Bing
ham, Blaine, Custer, Elmore, Fre
mont, Idaho, Kootenai, Lemhi,
Nez Perce, Owyhee, Shoshone,
Twin Falls and Washington
counties by about 5183. This
would show Hawley as 680 ahead.
Brady carried Ada county by
235 votes, and Canyon county by
539. He carried Oneida county
by 1350, and Hawley carried Fre
mont county by 1350.
The southeast (known as the
Mormon vote) evidently favored
Hawley and the northern counties
Hon. BurtbU' L. French was
elected, and tîlé'entire republican
state ticket,- by large majorities,
Governor Brady being the excep
In Ada county every republican
county candidate was elected by
majorities approximating 1200.
One of the surprises of the elec
tion, however, was the success of
Carl A. Davis, democrat, who wins
the district judgeship over Fre
mont Wood by about 500 votes.
As the saying goes, Davis "ran
like wild fire," and he evidently
converted the people during the
campaign to the idea that the
judgeship should be taken out of
partizan politics. It was hard to
find anyone in Meridian the day
after election who would acknow
that there was anyone running but
O. V. Badley, democratib candi
date for secretary of state, rail
ahead of his ticket in Ada county
by 500 votes. The election results
show, as far as Ada contaty is con
cerned, that the temperance cause
has made remarkable gains, as
Brady, Badley and Davis all re
ceived a fine endorsement.
In Meridian the damp, miser
able day bad an effect in getting
out the vote, although the majority
of people voted even if was
ing. It is said that the rain, which
general throughout the state,
_Brady thousands of votes; as
the country 'districts were counted
for a big majority. In Merid
preoinct there were 540 régis
„.jd and 384 voted. There were
29 socialist votes. The republican
and democratic vote is given
below, in each case the republi
cabdidate being listed first:
For representative, French, rep.,
222; Bowen, dem., 110.
Justice of the supreme court,
SulliVan, 179; McClear, 131.
Governor, Brady, 210; Hawley,
Lieu'n't. Gov. Sweetser; 188;
Sec. of State, Gifford; 141; Bad
State Auditor, Taylor, 188;
State Treas. Allen, 173;Carruth,
Att'y. Gen. McDougal, 183;
State Supt. Schools, Shepherd,
194; Noble, 136.
Insp. Mines, Bell, 199; Czizek,
Dist. Judge, Wood, 104; Davis,
Senator, Yates, 173,
Rspresentives, Bradford, 179;
Cesser, 125; Crow, 168; Storey,
192; Wilson, 157; Alden, 133; At
water, 215; Lundy, 131; Pike, 160;
Clerk Dist. Court, Utter, 177;
Sheriff, Roberts, 213; Mathe
Pros. Att'y., McCarthy, 191;
Assessor, Ellsworth, 117; Rem
County Trea3. Cleary, 178; Pef
Probate Judge, Dunbar, 228.
County Supt. Schools, Wilson,
Coroner, Schrieber, 204.
Surveyor, Kimmel, 210.
Commissioners, Latham, 177;
Packenham, 186; Crawford, 152;
Gray, 131; Sutton, 133; Gess, 180.
Justice of the Peace, Johns,179;
Constable, Palmer, 209; Deck,
Carl A. Davis
' - .
Nearly everybody voted for Carl
Davis. He is a former Meridian
citizen, but now a prominent Boise
He was raised in Boise and' on a farm
near Meridian, and attended the state
university at Moscow two years. He
also took a course in law at Washington,
D. C., receiving the degree of Master of
Laws from the national university. Mr.
Davis has educated himself by hard
work and economy, and while in Wash
ington he was employed by the govern
ment in the bureau of corporations,
principally on legal work. He has been
admitted to practice law by the highest
courts, including the Supreme Court of
the United States, and has been en
gaged in law work for over ten years.
About four years ago he established
his residence in Elmore county to care
for a ranch he had there, and was
elected state senator by the people of
that county, serving in the last legisla
ture, where he did good work for the
James Prow, wishiug to cnange
his business, will sell at public
auction at his ranch, known as the
A. D. Clark ranch, four miles
southwest of Boise, ohe-half mile
south of Perkins station, six and
one-half miles southeast of Merid
Monday, Nov, 21st, at 10
o'clock, five horses, two coits, one
mule, two cows, two dozen chick
ens, farming implements and three
sets of harness. Free lunch at
The Epworth League has set
this Friday evening, .Nov. 11, for
the Children's home of Boise.
Rev. Christian, of Boise, will give
a short address that evening at the
Methodist church, and after the
short program everybody will en
joy a social evening Each per
son coming is requested to bring
something, anything, from a can
of fruit to a ton of potatoes, These
things will be sent to the home,
together with the proceeds from
the lunch, which will be served
for 10 cents. Everybody in Me
ridian ought to come with a gener
ous spirit, ready to help our help
less little ones.
The Troy Laundry, of Boise, Idaho,
has made arrangements to have a
basket sent from the Rice Pharmacy
every Tuesday and returned Saturday.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL. We
have plenty of this coai on hand
now. Fill your bins and don't be
Union Coal &
out this winter.
Feed Co., Meridian.
GRAIN BAGS, FARMERS,
yon will save money by buying
New Bags. Don't let other dealers
tell von that second hand bags are
as good as new bags. Our prices
right. We have the New Bags
at the right prices. Call at the
Union Coal & Feed Co., Meridian.
Report of the Financial Condition ol the
BANK OF MERIDIAN,
located at Meridian, State of Idaho, at
the close of business on the 2d day of
Loans and discounts.$34,770 85
Overdrafts. 2,553 04
Banking house, furniture and
Due from banks.
Cash on hand.
Capital stock paid in.
Due to banks—deposits.
Notes and Bills Rediscounted
State op Idaho
County op Ada
I, Jas. W. Harrell, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly c__
that the foregoing statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
James W. Harrell, Cashier.
Correct, Attest: S. H. Nelson,
E. E. Sims,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
8th day of November, 1910.
I am prepared to raise
your buildings. Give me a call.
Ind. prone 165 red.
C. F. Compton.
If you have a batch of butter
waiting and you want some butter
wrappers printed in a hurry,
phone your order into the Times
office, Ind. phone 274. Wrappers
printed ona few hours' notice. You
can pay for them when you come
to Meridian. Prices, 100, 75c.;
250, $1.50; 500, $2. Only the best
quality of paraffine paper used and
special butter wrapper ink.
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill it by prevtntion.
They gently stimulate stomach, liver and
bowels, preventing that clogging that
invites appendicitis, curing constipation,
headache, bili iousness, chills. 25c at
W. M. A. Hayden's.
That nice hosiery
is a Thin g or beauty
AND A JOY FOREVE FL.
-f G OOP HOSE AREA,
/tTANJ GET GOOD HOTE
AT jOFAE STORES FOR
ANY PRICE, You Can
Cef Good hose kt sont
STORES FOR ANY PRICE
' -Ccyrismt ii.-.»y"tn* ButTtA SRowiVco. c*icAS*i.
SUITER. IJ WRONG. HE \S USUALLY RIGHT,
BUT THU TIME HE IS WRONG.»SOME HOSIERY
MAY BE A THING OF BEAUTY, AND WHILE IT MAY
BE A JOY, IT IJ NOT ALWAYS A JOY FOREVER.
NO PIECE OF A WOMAN'J OR A CHILD' J APPAR
EL ENDURE.S THE .STRAIN THAT HO.SE MU.ST.
WE HAVE HO.SE THAT WE CAN RECOMMEND.
DRESS GOODS: If you are planning on a new dress, it
will pay you to inspect our line of new Dress Goods
have just received. We will be pleased to show our as
sortment whether you buy or not.
GARRETT MERC. CO.
Independent Phone No. 252.
'The Quality »tore.'
Comforts and Blankets
Cotton and Wool.
Our line of Comforts and Blankets are unsurpassed by
any one, either in price or quality. We can give you
Good Cotton Filled Siikoline Covered
Comforts at from $l.7S to S3.25.
We have the cheap cotton as well as the better ones.
We have a cotton blanket made over a wool loom
that is nice enough for anyone, and those who
don't like wool it will suit them to perfec
tion and at the price, $3, is very reasonable.
Report of the Financial Condition of the
MERIDIAN EXCHANGE BANK
located at Meridian, State of Idaho, at
the close of business on the 2d day of
Loans and discounts.
Bonds, warrants and other se
Premium on bonds.....
Banking house, furniture and
Other real estate owned......
Due from banks.
Checks on other banks and
cash items .....
Cash on hand.
. 1,618 82
.... 5,167 56
.... 12,440 20
Capital stock paid in.
$ 22,300 00
Due to banks, deposits.
Notes and bills rediscounted
State op Idaho- j
County op Adas j
I, E. C. Pfaffle, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the foregoing statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
E. C. Pi-' apple, Cashier.
Correct. Attest: J. J. Jones,
S. M. Burns,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 7th day of November, 1910.
W. W. Gbovf.9,
It's the World's Best.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ment or balm to compare with Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It's the one perfect
healer of cute, corns, burns, bruises,
sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, eczema, salt
rheum. For sore eyes, cold sores,
chapped hands or sprains, it's supreme.
Infallible for piles. Only 2Se at W. M.
State of Ohio City of r ~
Frank J. Chf.ney makes oath that ho la senior
partner of the Arm of F. J. Chunky A Co., doing
business in the City of Toledo. County and a täte
aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
. „ every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
... „ . _ _ and subscribed In my presence,
this 6th day of December. A. D.. 1886.
Sworn to before
A. W. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts
directly upon the blood and mucoua «urfacea of the
*^8tern. Send for testimonials, free.
D M ^ „ F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, CL
Sold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family PUls tot constipation.
IS YOUR CORl BIN PULL?
Last winter we experienced a Coal
Famine. The same conditions are liable
to exist this winter. We are now ready
to quote you on storage coal. We
have only the
GENUINE ROCK SPRINGS
Coal. Place your order with us now.
Yours for Business,
Vickers-Sims Hdw. Co.,
M. W. A. Building,
Coats for Misses and Children from $2.00 to $10.00; every coat a
special value and worth much more. They come in blue, gray, black,
white and brown.
New silk scarfs .75 to $1.50.
Toques from 15c to 35c, in all sizes and colors.
Mittens from 15c to 25o; all wool and closely woven, assorted
colors and all sizes.
Mufflers. 35c to 50o; all sizes and colors.
Ladies' night robes from $1.00 to $1.50. These are extra tine.
Men's night robes from $1.00 to $1.50; all sizes and extra values.
Comforts, tilled with pure white cotton for $2.00; extra large size.
! Blankets from 75c to $8.50. Splendid valuas.
Just reoeived, another lot of fine sweater coats, priced trom 75c
to $3.00 for men; from 65c to $4.25 for misses and ladies.
Many other articles too numerous to mention.
E. F. HUNT.
We have Money to Loan on Farms. Call and See
Established, 1903. Incorporated, 1905.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
Meridian Mange Bank
OUR NEW SAFE.
The best Building and Bank
ing Facilities and the oldest
Bank in Ada county outside of
Boise. Wo invite you to make
our office your headquarters and
transact your business with your
desks for your convenience, you
are welcome. We pay 4 per cent
on time deposits. A progressive
bank, conducted along conser
vative lines. We solicit your
J. J. JONES, President. (A
S. M. BURNS, Vice-President. E
E. C. PFAFFLE, Cashier. M
We have extra
Home * Theatre
Everybody cordially invited. First show at 7:30, second at
8:15 o'clock. Come and enjoy a pleasant evening. 10c to all.
Open every night in the week. Change of pictures Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
F. E. NUSBAUM, MANAGER.
F. M. SLATER,
Dra.y a.nd Express Line
Liggt and heavy hauling of all kinds.
Phone or leave orders at Union Feed k
Registered Oxford Down
and Lincoln Rams for Sale
R. F. V. No. 1, Meridian, Idaho.
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