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§ =B ALLANT YNE, DEE I MERCANTILE CO., Ltd. Successors to T. C. EglesLon (& Co. Limited. a ^ Ö3 - m & Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Mc Cormick Mowers and Extras, McCormick Hay Rakes, Bain and Steudebaker Wagons, Buggies, Shelf Hardware, Groceries and Ranch Supplies. When in town call and see us or write for prices. We are in posi tion to serve you. i m m m m m ^ J* m g BALLANTYNE-DEE MERC. CO. Èg ^ LIMITED. ^ CALDWELL W i ■ I IDAHO. SC? a>' 7/Zt I ! j fl ood D ursery S tock. Is what interests Fruit Growers, and that is where the Boise Oalley nurseries Shine. r The largest stock of Fruit and Shade trees and ornamen tals, small fruits, etc. in Idaho. Send for list of varitiesand prices and get ready now for Spring Planting. j Address, BOISE VALLEY NURSERIES. Caldwell, Idaho. Opposite the P. O. Office in Odd Fellow's Block. The Idaho Abstract Company * « Bonded Abstracters— Compile complete and up-to-date Abstracts of Title to any property in Canyon County, Idaho. CALDWELL IDAHO. Tel. 16 B TOWN LOTS, Anywhere in t*he City ill make you money. jt j. j- Genaral Agent. t-COCCCOC CCO©OC©CCCCCCCC-CCCC CCCCCCCC'C<^®®CCCC>C^CC-CC'CCC>C At prices that w J. H. LOWELL, f % V lEe Markets. BOISE. Reported and revised weekly for the Gem State Rural by The Market, E. H. Plowhead, proprietor—Wholesale and Retail dealer in farm products and groceries, 9th and Main streets, Boise. The prices quoted are those paid by the dealers for the items named. Butter, creamery, " ranch,. . .* 27 per lb " O'y n 25 " doz ! Eggs, Honey, comb,.. " extracted 44 10 per lb " j " j 9 Beans,. Cabbage, new. Wheat,. Oats,. Hay, alfalfa,, clover,. timothy. Chickens, live. 4 4 4 44 1 " j " " j " ton j " ! 10 " lb I 12,'i" " j ' " j * "j 1 " i 14 1 2 " " j 4 " lb I 1 "lb 60 " box 1 " lb j 1W " " " " crate 1 " lb 1 l /z " " 4 4 1 1 25 1 25 8 00 9 00 9 00 " 44 44 44 44 " spring*.... Turkeys, " . Ducks, " . Geese, . Bacon, domestic,.... Prunes, evaporated,. New Potatoes. Peaches. Plums. 15 10 10 Pears... . Apples . Potatoes . Onions. Nectarines. Celery doz bunches Cantaloupes. Watermelons. Tomatoes. 1 44 " cwt j " lb ! 1 00 1 3 25 1 25 90 Acre Ranch For Sale. 80 acres improved, large new house, Modern good location on Five mile, improvements, 2% miles from R. R. Inquire of, C. E. SPARSER, Meridian, Idaho. The Commercial Bank CAPITAL. ?25,000. A. K. Steunenbergr, CasMer. DIRECTORS-John C. Rice, S. S. Foote, J. Plowhead, R. Aikman. W. S. Bad ley. Does a General Banking Business CALDWELL. IDAHO. I I iLL MISCELLANEOUS. Caldwell merchants quote beet su fe ar per cwt., $6.25 and cane sugar at $6.35 per cwt. The Caldwell creamery quotes but j j ter at 27 cts., wholesale. i Picard & Roberts, Wholesale and Retail meat dealers and butchers, are paying 5' 2 cts. for hogs, live and 7L c jdressed. 2 ]2 cents. Steers 3 cts. on foot; cows PORTLAND STOCK MARKET. From Portland Union Stock Yards, Wm. H. Daughtrey, Mgr. Specially corrected weekly for the Gem State Rural. The demand on all kinds of fat stock is much better than it has been for sone time past. The best prime steers weighing from 1050 to 1200 lbs. are in good demand at $3.75, with a few choice ones at $3,85; lighter and medium steers at from 3.25 to $3.50: fat cows sell at $2.75, with a few choice cows at 3 cents; bulls at from 1.50 to $2.50: stags at from 2.50 to 3 cents. There is scarcely any demand for stock cattle. Hogs, weighing from 175 to 250 lbs. are in demand at $6.25; with a few hoice hogs at the half; lighter, 100 to 150 lbs., such as china fats bring 6 cents; stockers and feeders sell from 5.00 to $5.50. Good sheep are very scarce and in demand. The best choice wethers from 90 to 110 lbs. are picked up at S2.75 as fast as they arrive, and a few bring $2.85: fat ewes sell from 2.50 to $2.75; lambs if fat are weighed up with wethers. Homeseekers Excursion Tickets. Round trip homeseekers excursion tickets will be sold from Missouri River stations and from other points as far east as St. Louis. Chicago, St. Paul, etc, to points on our line, on the first and third Tuesdays of July, August, aad September, 1^03. (To Utah points, tickets will be sold only to Salt Lake and Ogden). Rate is one regular first-class fare for round trip plus $2.00. Tickets are limited to fifteen days going and con tinuous passage returning. Return journey must be commenced not later than twenty-one days from date of sale. R. Farrar, agt. Mr. Gibson, of the firm of Gibson A Hunt, extensive farmers and stockmen of Nyssa. Or. was a caller on Tuesday. The Secretary of the Canyon <'o. Fair Assn, informs us that prem ium lists have been mailed generally throughout the county. If any one has been overlooked in mailing, copies may be had by apply ing to L. S. Dille Secy. Caldwell. The Ruaals* list of subscribers has received a good boost during the past week.