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Meridian' and Vicinity.
Wanted—Hey or straw to bale. Prices right. Call Ind. 2t*d, A good si*-room house for rent, to rigfît party Inquire or phone J. 4, Jones For Heie— Ducks ami chickens by dozen or aingie fowl. 1). Mon tait h. phone 170, Meridian Choice Alfalfa meal 7£»c per hundred pounds at John Cato's residence.Meridian,phone l&H red Xmas gifts at Wikxis Pharmacy. For Sale—(Food wuldle pony. Will work any where. Phone Wftft, W. F. Tucker. Any book you have in miud come in end we will order for you. Wilcox Pharmacy. For Sale- Some choice thor oughbred Hemp ewe*. • lamb early. A, K. R»te*>, 3 4 m. -north of Meridian, on car line. I>r. J. W, Eaatar, the denliat, ia I .caled in the Keyrold'e building, and ia fully prepared to do the most satisfactory denial work. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Biddick of Butte, Mont., arrived here tide evening and will spend the holi day* with George Ë. Atwater. Seaeonmi cord wood for sale, made from cottonwood t initier, on D. M. Ragnn'e ranch 4 miles northwest of Meridian, at $4 60 a • cord. I). M. Hagon. HIAWATHA COAL. Bay one ton end it will go as far ae and a quarter tone of any other coal. Foreale only at the Union Coni A Feed Co.. Meridian. Don't forget that jewelry can tie sold as cheap in Meridian as in Boise. Come in and investi gate. C- K. Leininger, jeweler, located in Bice's Pharmacy. Bred to owe The Modern Woodmen of Am erics of Mm id inn will have their annual election <>f officers on Tue» I7lh at the! t tie day evening. M W A Heil. H, M. McKse wili have an auc tiou sale of ids household goods in front of the Usd Front »tor« at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Dec. I4ih. Terms, rath. W. A. Ulmer, auctioneer, A nice Xmas present is a year » •nbeoription to a good magazine Call at the Times office ami let us show you how you can save money for any magazine or newspaper wu earth. Mu lee for Sal* 3 coming 2 yr ohis; Vi coming 3-jr-olds; and 3 corning 4 yr-old. Mules for sale cheap. At my ranch 3 mile» eolith east of Meridian, <m J J. Kitnery, Will Trade Three choice rest dent lote in Meridian near high school, electric line and bneinees muter. young cattle. W, W Bieby A Son, Room 7 Geut Bldg . Boise, phone 292 t Five Mile Will (rede fur cults or I The High school chorus will giv* e Christmas enutata at the M E, church next Sunday even-} iog, immediately preceding the revival meeting at 8 o'clock, All are invited,Cantata begina prompt-1 ty at 7:30, The Masons of Meridian held their annual election of officers this week, aa follows: Master, I S Rio»; Hu Werden, II. F. Neal; Jr. Warden, E. C. 1'fatfie; treaaur. ar, Chat. Howry; clerk. Guy Rem iogtoo Dr. Carrie Freeman has opened oficee for the praotica of Oeteo pat by al 22U-22I Idaho Huitdiug. Boite, Idaho. Dr. Freemau has bean in Los Angele». California the past year taking Boat gradu ata work, having previously prac ticed seven ytare in Michigan. eed tteriUiee filrectere Meet, Tb* monthly meeting u f the, Nampa and Meridian directors wee held at Nampa D*c. Kd The point of delivery of 10 in ohee of water for W A Shumate waa changed from the Bray lateral to the-Conley lateral; elao 20 iu-j ehe» ni James P Marshall from tbs Duval lateral to tbs Dewey lateral. Bill* to the «mount of $1763.1ft ware allowed end ordered paid on the maintenance fund Board adjourned. The Revival Meetings. The revival «mdurtad by Evan gelist Frank Mathis is accnm pitching iUH«h good. Sunday night the audience crowded the church to the doors. The evange list has got a marvellous grip up on the community. File manly appeale are euch ae impress ail who hear him with the sincerity of his purpose Several have already publicly confessed Christ in the meetings. It is hoped that the people will so rally and make t hese meetings such a power as to tie a blessing to the whole community. The large chorus under Mrs. Holt's management is rendering fine music. Services each day at 3 anil 7:30 p. in. Sunday will tie a big day. Evangelist Mathis will speak st the various services Sunday on the following topics: 11 a. ui„ "The Keen Edge"; ii p. in., Ad dress to men; 7:30 p. in., "The Home." For Now Building. At a meeting of the school board of district No. 33 (Mer dian) Monday evening the bids for heating and ventilating the new school building were opened. J. C. Byers & Co., of Portland, had the lowest hid, #3,487, and the contract was awarded them. Chas. Leo, traveling representative, and O. M. Downey, tinner, of Boise, were here representing, the comp any. The latter wilt have general supervision of the work and will start at once on the installation. Home nice Christmas presents i can lie selected from the brand new line of jewelry at Leiuinger's, located in Rice's Pharmacy. Eight Golden Rule Stores. There'» a (bilden Rule Store at Boise, Caldwell, Payette, j Weber, Emmett, Midvale, Mountain Home and New Ply- M month Eight stores give us a big power in tiie mercantile " world- we are enabled to get the lieet merchandise at the low est cash price That'* why Golden Rule stores are growing. The Cash Way Saves Money. Selling for cash as well as buying for cash helps us give you better value, more for your money. Credit is convenient sometimes but it costs money and you help pay for it when you trade at the credit store. Boise, Idaho. -o. . fi Ë 1 Km © N! tol ; SI mt ~~-tr to« ö U V w <s SHOP AT THE GOLDEN RULE FOR USEFUL GIFTS Gifts that will prove of real worth in service giving. The day for fol de rois is past, the time of utility gift giving is here. Keep in the spirit of the tiraes-give useful gifts. Those with a limited amount to spend for Christmas will find the Golden Rule store nearest them a good place to spend it RIBBONS 29c. SUSPENDERS 75c. Beautiful wide ribbon« in llroaden and Moral design« and pretty atript effects rich color combination and « splendid aseorinient from which to choose. So many use« to which you can put holiday obtains now in making little gift« for friends and neighbors put a toueh of yourself in to the things you give. A' A beautiful silk lisle in neat pretty patterns and each pair in an individual b ut. This isn't a suspender made to loo't at -it has elastic all thru an I is ju t as practical as any suspender you can buy. We're sure as good a suspender cannot be found anywhere for less than a dollar. f & BAGS 59c. 'm&m Large hand bags a nine inch frame bag good clasps, well made and lined tbruout -you could expect to get such a bag for at least fifty per cent more than our price it's a special lot For a modest, useful Christmas present this liag would prove very acceptable to many women. SOX 25c. A silk plaited sock that bas the weight the appeara'nce and the feel of a fifty cent sock or 50c value. They come in black only and there's every size now from 9)4 to llV a , 1 j i , HOSE 29c. y Women's pur« thread silk hose for 20c a pair. Thread silk ia the tenu which describe* the better grade of silk hose. This lot has hide garter top, reinforced heels and toes, it's a quality you would expect to pay fifty cents for. - k t HANDKERCHIEFS 2 for 25 ükcJ a Initial handkerchiefs. A soft Japon ette handkerchief which is pleas mt to use and wears well. They're prettily initialed. STATIONERY 35c. Stationery in hohdav boxes a box contains twenty four double sheets of paper and twenty envelopepes good quality. Many style boxes from which to choose a very neat and useful package for gift purposes nut cheap and yet uot high in price. NECKWEAR 25c. Men's Four-in hands. Beautiful light and fancy patters in neat reversible ties — the prettiest lot of ties wo have, ever shown at twenty-tiro cents. In a lever sible tie the wearer has two ties in one. The quality of silk shown in this lot is up to the standard found in many fifty cent ties. WILL HEjLP. HANDKERCHIEFS 2 for 25c. Help you get ready for Christina«. We will wrap your packages for you ready for mailing. We will have a special desk to take care of this for you. You can mail your packages here that is, we can weigh them and stamp them for you and deiivor them to the poatof lice. Yon can insure packages left with us for mailing-3c will insure a package worth to AS, and Sc will insure a package worth to 415. Check your packages while you're doing other shopping or looking around town. Women's dam tv embroidered handkerchiefs wiili svallopt or hemstitebt edges-.neat pretty designs- handkerchiefs that look twenty five cents' worth easily. LACES 5c. Gloves $1.00. A new lot of quaker lace» just received New patterns, edges and insertions to match in widths from one to three inches. Just the laces needed for trimming fancy aprons, cap* and many of the little gifts you're thinking about making. Huch desirable laces at rive cents a yard aren't always easy to find. Men's Dress cloves. Silk lined suede gloves in a tan shade. Cape gloves in an exceptional quality for this price. SLIPPERS 98c.' HANDKERCHIEFS 48c Box. Men's House Slippers. Here's a good leather slipper in black or t n in opera or everett styles patent trimd at 98c. This a neat dressy slipper. DOLLS 98c. 48c for a box of six handkerchiefs. Thsse are women's handkerchiefs -a lawn handkerchief with initial in the corner. Six in a fancy Christmas box for 48c. Kid body dolls eighteen inches tong,movable eyes, light and dark hair, jointed body. Make your selections now and you'll have ample time to dress them before Christmas. Selec tions ma le early are always more satisfactory -try it this year. SWEATERS 98c. BOOKS 49c. ! Boy s Warm Sweaters, Sweaters in gray and blue, plain and fancy trimd at 98c. It's hard to tind anything that ia , more likely to please a boy at Christ' mas time than a sweater. Better select sweateis you want now. There's a big ger variety than you'll find later. Copyright books by «urne of the best popular fiction wntert. Here's a list of a few of the authors C.eprge Harr McCutcheon, Booth Tarkington, Harold McGrath, Thompson Buchanan, Ralph Connor, Mary Johnson. Books that «old at it and 41.50 befere the copyright ex pi red. SLIPPERS. Men's felt slippers at 18c, $1.25, $1.50 and Si.75. Men's velvet slippers, 75c. Women's felt slippers, fur trimd, black, red, maroon, brown, blue, oxford and gray at »1.00 a pair. Ribbon trimd felt slippers in a variety of colors at $1.25. SCARFS 25c. DOLLS $1.85. Women's bead scarfs, bemstitcht. Colors are gray, white, pink, blue, lavender, green and tan. These are very decent «carf« for this modest price. Jointed bisque dolls twenty four i ches long, made with eyelashes and movable eyes, light or dark hair, ami a splendid doll value at $1.85. Our doll stock ia at its best right now—prices are very interesting. in GLOVES $1.50. Splendid value in women's kid gloves at $1.50. We are sure you'll tind unusual merit in our women's gloves at $1.50. These gloves any woman would appreciate as a gift. GLOVES 95c. Women's pique and cape glove« pair - also white and colors in the kid. ia tan er black at D.V a arc NOTICE ! We have a nice Souvenir for al/of our lady cusl o ners who will call on u* between now and the lirai of the year. A HK FO K SO IIV EN I R Fine Framed Picture 16X20 free with every $10.00 Cash Purchase. ASK FOR PfCTURW Call and look our stock over. You can get goods just as cheap here as any other place. Quality Considered. J. M. ANDERSON, The Pioneer Furniture Dealer. MERIDIAN, IDAHO. WARDELL'S BIG STOCK SALE I will sell at public eale on my ranch, on the Boise luterurimn car line at Palmer station, two miles east of Btar arid four miles west of Eagle, on Tuesday, December 17, 1912 sale to co.lienee at II o'clock 60 CATTLE 50 HOGS 20 milch cows. These cows nre 45 brood sows. These sows nre choice, some fresh, balance coming choice and are all hrtul to régis in soon. tered boars. 4 yearling steers. 27 stesr calves ft heifer calves. 1 Du roc .Jersey boar. 2 Duroo boars. 2 Poland China Boars. 1 stag. 1 two year old Holstein bull. 6 HEAD OF HORSES 1 span of live year olds, wt 2200. I span seven year olds wt 2000 I bay mare, seven years old, wt 1200, good family mare. 1 brown mare, seven years old, wt 1000. Those horses are all broke to work. GRAIN—20,000 Ibe of Matnmonlh Cluster seed oits. Miscellaneous—Two sets of farm harness, nearly new'; one Mountain wagon, nearly new; two dozen chickens and many other prticles. FREE LUNCH AT TWßlATS TERMS OF HALE:—0 inonths~time at ft per cent as usual. * i ELZY W A R DELL, E, C. Pfattle, Clerk Col. Maretere & Son, Auctioneers. Anyone wishing to communicate w.tli me, call at 108 N 10th 3t., Phone 7ftl J. i Christmas is coining. Ve will welcome you in our store. JO i VJK If f i V m ■f/9 '< » - \ tv-/. r » ÂM f. I ■ |l. f Cq& 'A i « II! I y 21'- 49 This is to advise our customers to do their Christmas shopping We can wait on yon better now than when The Christmas rush comes. Your friends will welcome the presents yon buy from us. They will know it is something good. While buying presents for others don't forget yourself. Buy yourself some new clothes. You will need them for the Holiday festivities. You take no chances whan you buy our up-grade goods. You know they are stylish and faultlessly made, now. 4V $5.00 CARD COUPON AND 55 CENTS CASH Entitles Bearer to a 7-Piece linderglaze Flow Blue Individual Set. To anyone who has bought $5 00 worth of goods at onr store, and brings a card fully punched, with 55c in cash, we will give a fine quality La Française Semi-Porcelain Set of genuine Underglaze Flow Blue with gold illumination. Set consists of a dinner plate,pie plate, cup, saucer, butter plate, soup plate and dessert dish. For the sixth card, fully punched, and $1.25 in orsIi, we will give an eleven piece set, which contains in addition to the seven pieces, a sugar bowl and cover, cream pitcher and large meat plaiter. ASK FOR CARD AT THE STORE. E. F. HUNT. Now Why Does Hunt Sell the most Shoes ?"