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The AAeri di an Tim VOLUME 2. MERIDIAN, ADA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. NUMBER 36. Wedding of H. C. Wilson and Lucy f. Orr. Â quiet wedding took plaoe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Orr on Wednesday afternoon at 4:30, when Miss Lucy F. Orr he came the bride of Mr. H. C. Wil son, both of Meridian. L. Powell, of the Methodist ohuroh at Caldwell, officiating. The brde wore a beautifuli gown of white embroidered ohif fen, oyer silk, and carried thç usual bouquet. Mrs. H. N. Eiobmann, of Boise, presided at the piano, rendering Mendelsohn's Wedding March during the ceremony. The room was very prettily dec orated with ami lax, fern leaves und pink and white carnations. After the ceremony, which was [ -witnessed by relatives and a very ( few intimate friends, the company partook of very dainty refresh S ments. I The bride and groom were the [recipients of many beautitul and Evaluable presents. Rev. G. FARMERS' TRAIN. I The farmers train was in Mer ■idian Wednesday afternoon and »a good crowd was at the depot to Rhea; the lectures and see the live ■stock. Among the experts present ■were: E Dr. E. D. Ball, director Utah ^Experiment Station, Logan, Utah. K)ean Utah College of Agriculture, I Prof. J. T. Caine, professor of jBpmimal industry, Utah Agricul tural College, Logan, Utah. I Prof. J. H. Frandson, professor -?of dairying, Idaho Agriotiltural Mpollege, Moscow, Idaho. 1 Ben R. Eldredge, president fgtltah State Dairymen's Associa tion, Salt Lake City, Utah. 5 O. C. Gregg, superintendent Mlinnesota Farmers' Institute, St. IpLnthony Park, Minn. ■ At the annual meeting of the ^Stockholders of the Bank of Me Hfidian, the following directors ere elected for the ensuing year: [. B. Carpenter, E. E. Sims, lem Hedges/ J. W. Harrell, Sol ^Kelson, A. W. Garrett and Frank Nourse. The following officers Pifcere elected: President, H. B. /Carpenter; vioe president, Sol Kelson; oashier, J. W. Harrell; tjgllssistant oashier, T. Stephens. ^■"Thé Ladies Aidsooiety, of the E. ohurch, will meet at the »Home of' Mrs. J. Hoffman next iBV'ednesday afternoon. ' After the Spgular business session refresh iflpents will be served and all will '9§njoy a social hour. All the ladies *nd friends of the church ■post cordially invited to come. ■ Rev. Theodore Sharpe is quite ■priously ill. No services were ■aid at the Methodist church last nday. are e Pacific Monthly's Special Intro ductory Offer. The PacificjMonthly, of Portland, Ore :>W P| ls . a beautifully illustrated monthly Magazine which gives very full informa Jl } about the resources and opportu ties of the country lying west of Dckies. It tolls all about the govern ent reclamation projects, free govern l®nd and tells about the districts a Pted to fruit raising, dajrying, poul r raising, etc. It has splendid stories Jack London and other noted ■Kthors. H The prioe is $1.50 a year, but to intro ■ lc , e wc will send six months for 50 ■ This oger must bt accepted on ■ before February;l, 1911. Send your ■ me and address, accompanied by 50 ■ nts in stamps, and learn all about S9 re g°n, Washingeon, Idaho and Cali J A ^ dresa The Pacific Monthly, »rtland, Oregon. ÜM m California Excursion, February 4, fSom Salt Lake City, her auspices Salt Lake Elks Lodge, »t public cordially invited. Rates Hlu k° s Angeles and from Salt ^ke City only, as follows: joth ways, via Salt Lake route, $35. joing Salt Lake, returning S. P. 1 Ogden, $41.20. ioing via Salt Lake, returning via /laud, $60.75. ickets limited to March 7th. Ter reservations apply B. G. Ray . t " ecr « tar Y B. P. O. E. Lodge, t Lake City, Utah. For notice for publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Laud Office, .. . Boise, Idaho, Dec. 27,1910. "tieeis hereby given that Clifton C. 'en, of Kuna, Idaho, who, on luary 3o, 1906 , made Homestead iP o°~ 8 ? 52 ' serial No. 03797, for ' /V' Section 19, Township Pri if' ra °S e I W, Boise meridian, i nied notice of intention to make 5 "ve-year Proof, to establish m fbe land above described, be e the. Register and Receiver at «e. Idaho r Çh, 1911. aimant names as witnesses:- S. J; / le gaa r d-, Seth Thomas Morrison, ■ 3 rd Drisbin, all of Kuna, Idaho, srsnk Dickinan, of Nampa,-Idaho. Wm. Baldhktson, Register. on the 15th day of '-'36-% Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Boise, Idaho, Jany 9,1911. Notice is hereby given that John H. Carroll, of Kuna, Idaho, who, on Aug ust 22, 1908, made homestead entry, No. 0796, for W K S E )4, Section 34, Township 2 N, Range 1 w, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Register and Re ceiver, at Boise Idaho, on the 9th day of March, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: I. E. Morgan, Fred Hornbeck, Wm. Shreve, Jas. Hornbeck, all of Kuna, Idaho. Wm. Baddertsow, Register. 36-St Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, Boise, Idaho, Jan. 16, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Iredell E. Morgan, of Kuna, Idaho, who, on June 16, 1908, made homestead entry No. 10948, Serial No. 0S081, for SEM NE g and NE X SE g, Section 34, Township 2N, Range 1 w, Boise Mer idian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to tablish claim to the land above des cribed, before the Register and Re ceiver, at Boise, Idaho, on the 9th day of March, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: John H. Carroll, W. C. Shreve, F. C. Hornbeck, James Hornbeck, all of Kuna, Idaho. ea - Wm. Bat.dertson, Register. Notice of Proof of Completion of Works and Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 2 p. m. on the 15th day of February, 1911, at Boise, County of Ada, State of Idaho, before Everett H Barber, N.P. proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the diversion of 1.6 cubic feet per second of the waters of Moreland slough, and of the # application to benefi cial use of said water in accordance with terms and conditions of Permit No. 6470, heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The names and postoffice address of the persons holding said permit are: George R. Deck and 9. W, Shook, Mer idian, Idaho 2. Said works of diversion will be fully completed on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are capable of conduct ing to the place or use, in accordance with the plans accompanying the appli cation for such permit, is 1.6 cubic feet per second. 3. The use to which said water has been applied is irrigation and domestic purposes, and the amount applied to beneficial use is 1.6 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is EJ4 of NEX. Sec. 14, Tp. 3 N„ R. 1 W B. M. 36-5t 5. The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is May 28,1910. D. G. Martin, State Engineer. 35-4t The pleasant purgative'effect experi enced by those who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the healthy condition of body and mind which they create, makes one feel joy ful. Sold by W. M. A. Hayden. F. M. SLATER, Dra.y and Express Line. , Liggt and heavy hauling of all kinds. Phone or leave orders at Union Feed & Coal Co. Meridian, Idaho. ADDITIONAL HOLIDAY COUPON TIMES COUPON Piano Contest Kl GOOD FOR. 500 VOTES ] For_ This coupon good for 500 votes if presented at the Times office with a $1 payment on subscription. This is in addition to the reg ular 1000 votes the Times gives for every dollar paid in, and is a special holiday gift. Pay for your home paper now and help your friend get the piano. For Rent—The northeast quarter of the northeast quarter and the east half of the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 8, town ship 3 west, range 1 east of Boise mer idian. Ada county, Idaho, containing about 60 acres. ' This farm is under irrigation and will be rented either on a cash or crop sharing basis. Address communications to McAllister & Up ton, Fenton building, Portland, Ore. Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rhematism are simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, and re nire no internal treatment jwhateverf pply Chamberlain's and see how quickly it gives sale by W. M. A. Hayden. l Liniment freely relief. For Order Fixing Terms of Court. In the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho. Order fixing terms of court: and by virtue of the authority in me ted by the statutes of Idaho, I hereby fix the terms of court for the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, for the year 1911, to commence to be held in the counties of said dis trict as follows, to-wit: Ada County: Monday, April 3; Monday, September 11; vernber 6. Boise County: Tuesdav, March 28; Tuesday, June *27: Tuesday, Septem ber 5; Tuesday, December 6. It is further ordered that this order be filed and entered of record by the clerk of said court in said district, and that the same be published two consec utive weeks in a newspaper published in the respective counties. Done at Chambers, this 3d day of January, 1911. Under ves Monday, February 6; Monday, June 5; Mond,:# No Gael A. Davis, Judge Of the Third Jud/eial District of « the State of Idaho, more prizes We have decided to add 5 more Prizes to our Great Contest: 2d Prize $260.00 Due Bill, 5th Prize, 230.00 Due Billl, 8th Prize 5.00 in Gold, GRAND TOTAL IN PRIZES, $1365.00 First Prize $350.00 Piano, 4th Prize 240.00 Due Bill, 7th Prize 10.00 in Goid, 10th Prize 5.00 in Gold. 3d Prize $250.00 Due Bill, 6th Prize 10.00 in Gold, 9th Prize, 5.00 in Gold, Our big Contest will Close February 1st, 1011, 7 o'clock w. ! , Ji All ballots must be in the box at that time. Those wishing to witness count, please be inside as we will look our doors at that hour. There will be no more oounts until the final one, owing to the date the paper is published. From now on, beginning Mon day, we will ask you not to solicit votes of the customers inside the store. You have just eleven (11) more days to try to get your friends to help you. Elsewhere in this paper, you will find a list of things that you can get special votes on, and which will be to your interest to push. We would advise you to cut this list out and take it with f you. Also, there will be other 's things placarded in our store, with special votes. Hoping to see all of you every day till the close of this contest, and with best wishes II u ■ ' >■ ■ ren.»- ■Off ?l iJt . i KJK at»*' i- v 3HpSliii§p sLjpifisif -G ; TO 4 ; mi -) • - . ' - t. B Yours truly, me Vickers - Sims Hardware Go., Meridian. 1 S. B. JONES, PLASTERER AND BRICKLAYER, Will work by day or contract. A first-class job at a reasonable Ind. Phone 346. Meridian, Idaho. price. Lock Box 2, MERIDIAN SOCIETIES. is Meridian Camp, No. 6664, of Modern Woodmen of Amer ica. I I: Meets First and Third Tuesday evenings of each month at M. W. A. Hall, at 8 p. Roddey Howry, V. C. J. L. Waggoner, Clerk. Meridian Lodge, No. ^43, I. O. O. F., meets • every Saturday even ing at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting broth ers cordially invited. I Geo. Gardner, N. G. S. W. Hutcheson, Sec'y. & Meridian Lodge, No. 47, A. F. and A. M. Tuesday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall in Meridian. Visiting or sojourning brethren cordially in vited to attend. V ; Meets on Second C. L. Dutton, W. M. I. S. Rioe, Sec'y. Acme Rebekah Lodge, No 26, meets Second and Fourth Wednesday evenings of each Visitors month, at I. O. O. F. hall, welcome. Mrs. Othie Gardner, N.G. Esther Hutcheson, Sec'y. Meridian Cirole,N o.6, Ladies of the Grand Arm Ladles G.A.R. y of the Repub ;hird Fridays of Mabeixe Neweia, Pres., Lettie J. McFadden, Sec'y. lie, meets first and t each mouth. a Medicines that aid nature are always most efficient. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the se cretions and aids natui/ in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thous ands have testified to its superior excel lence. Sold by W. M. A. Hayden. Boise Valley Railroad Co. BOISE-MERIDIAN DIVISION. In Effect September II, 1910. Leaves Meridian 6:30 am 8:00 am 10:00 am 12:05 pm 1 2:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm 8:00 pm Leaves Boise 7:00 am 9:00 am 11:15 am 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 11:30 pm Special Saturday car Boise to Merid nd return at 10 p. m. Thousands, of satisfied patients are now wearing our glasses. If you don't know who we are, ask your neighbor. , GLOBE OPTICAL CO, Makers of Perfect Fitting Glasses. f 107 So. 9tli St., Boise. £ BEAM'S CANDIES < ► are made in Meridian, of good cane < > sugar. We use the highest grade of j' sweet coatipg for our chocolate J | creams and pure fruit flavoring in < • our centers. Our reasonable prices o and the unquestionable quality of J[ our goods r.re responsible for the <> steady increase in our candy busi- 11 ness. * JJ We serve tasty lunches and good * ' coffee at all hours. i \V e put up farmer's sale lunches at Z very moderate prices. ♦ .a ■M ■ m / «HP 9 1E& ■■ i£\ BEAM'S BAKERY I > coses 9 O . A/TF Tv; A »sCr* - v / ... r; jiriBhmif i i l i i " iS. I One Week More We will continue our clearance sale on shoes for just one more week. Does 25 per cent off of regular prices look good when our regular price is always under anyone else. GENERAL CLEARANCE OF ENTIRE STOCK. Pick out anything you want and we will sell it for less. GARRETT MERC. CO. 1 he Quality Store. Ask for a Home Journal Style Book-free for the asking. Meridian, Idaho. New Embroideries will soon be here. •? .. I THE PRESS AR Y VETERINARY. Veterinary —Having acquired con- Clothing Cleaned and Repaired, siderable knowledge, and consenting Prices Reasonable, to act in the veterinary practice, I will Xt my Residence on Pine Street, treat live stock of their ailments at a reasonable compensation. Anderson. Phone Ind. 753. J. Matt MRS. W. A. PALMER. E. G. DTJNKIN H. F. NEAL, Feed and Grinding. Groceries, Notions, Clothing. Broadway Street, Meridian. Bide Diamafia £ !?srK Springs Coa! [ PHYSICIAN, AND SURGEON. I MERIDIAN IDAHO. Concrete Construction Work. Mouse Moving. I a m fully prepared to turn out all I am prepared to raise or move tusDper of concreto work. f our buildings. Give me a call. low ** : ' T " nd. prone 165 red. Phone c I'rices as ■- lumber yard, Meridian. 'JRY. A, N. bi-k. C. F. Compton. SIS Help Help! HELP! ME! ME! Get a Piano Free When it Dont Cost You One Cent Is the cry of 2 Score of Ladies The Purchases you had intended to make "Do it Now" and help someone win a Prize. We Want Everyone a Satisfied Customer and our Entire Line of Goods will be Priced to you at the lowest cash price, quality of goods considered. I Remember Due Bills are the same as cash to us, and those buying due bills, and not wishing to trade them out before the contest ends, you may present them to us, and we will give you credit and your votes, and you can trade them out when you please. A Beginning Monday Morning i T""' and continuing to the close of this contest, wa will allow 1000 votes for every dollar or due bill spent for the following: 1 Lincoln Mixed Paint Steel Ranges Heating Stoves Granite Ware Heavy Harness Light Harness Buggies Wagons Rakes Woven Wire Fence C / 1 Grain Drills Power Spayers Gasoline-Engines Disc Harrows Drag Harrows Plows, all kinds Mowers Binders iN i j d Yours respectfully, Hardware Go M. W. A. Building, :LÆeria.lsŒL, Id.süa.c, ♦»»♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦♦••»♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦»»♦»♦♦♦♦ MM »»»» Wc have Money to Loan on Farms. Call and See T Established, 1903. Incorporated, 1905. Capital and Surplus, $30,000. Meridian Exchange Bank Incorporated. OUR NEW SAFE. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. The best Building and Bank ing Facilities and the oldest Bank in Ada county outside of S i Boise. We invite you to make,/ our office your headquarters a,nd *; transact your business with your -i \ friends here. We have extra r desks for your convenience, you are welcome. We pay 4 per cent on time deposits. A progressive baiffc, conducted along conser busine- T'" 68 ' WC S ° liCit yOUr - J. J. JONES, P.-r -ident. /jPM IBffij fSÉWl S. M. BURNS, Vice-iL-esldent.!!?*«»-** 1 ^ 01 ^"** E. C. PFAFFLE, Cashier. £ .J \ \ V •• \~7)J kK>-> There will be no show on Monday and Thursday nights. Entire change of pictares Tuesday and Friday nights. Show on Tuesday and Wednesday, and Friday and Saturday nights. Everybody cordially invited. First show at 7:30, second at 8:15 o'clock. Come and enjoy a pleasant evening. 10c to all, THE -vN.\ '• y / Home * Theatre fV L ' W F. E. NUSBAUM, MANAGER. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. THE, BANK OF MERIDIAN H. B. CARPENTER, PRES. SOL NELSON, VICE-PRES. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000 J. W. HARRELL, Cashier. Notary Public in Bank Steel Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. Reasons Why You Should Carry an Account With a Bank. Because your money is safer in a bank than elsewhere. Because a bank account helps and en courages you to save. Because paving bills by check is the simplest and mosc convenient, and the check becomes a receipt. Because a check book is safer carry around than a wallet with money in it; if the check book is lost you have lost nothing: with the purse its different. Because a bank account gives you a standing in the community. Because you are building up a val uable asset when you establish your credit at a good bank BANK OF MERIDIAN ' "I iBA H» «rOq/îî vT~TH e . ß Uli iiU- _: r? •r to W Ki w Your Patronage is Solicited.