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BOISE. Reported and revised weekly for the Gem State Rural by Plowhead's Market Grocery, E. H. Plowhead, proprietor — Wholesale and Retail dealer in farm products and grocer ies, 820 Idaho St. Boise. The prices quoted are those paid by the dealers for the items named. Cheese, per lb.. . Butter, creamery, 15 . $ 26 per lb ranch, 20 to 25 " " .25 " doz . 12 y 2 per lb . 8^ " " Eggs, Honey, comb " extracted Beans. Wheat. Oats. . Hay, alfalfa, baled. " clover. " timothy ... . Chickens, live. dressed . Turkeys, live. . 4 1.25 per cwt 1 40 " " 9 00 " ton 10 00 " " 10 00 " " 10 " lb 12 *• 12 " 15 " 10 " ,, l( dressed < t Ducks, Geese, Bacon, domestic,.... Prunes, evaporated.. Popcorn, shelled. Cabbage, lb. Apples box... t t 10 . 2/6 mi " << 4 5 75 to 1 25 Potatoes cwt . Onions cwt . Celery, dozen. Pumpkins, lb. Squash lb. Beets. Carrots. Parsnips. Clover seed. Alfalfa seed . 90 1 25 30 01 \'/z 75 per cwt 90 /o 12 12 CALDWELL MARKETS, Revised and corrected weekly for the Gem State Rural. Groceries, etc., selling price. Sugar, cane, per cwt Sugar, beet, per cwt. Honey, comb, per lb. Honey, extracted, per ft> 8 cts to Butter, ranch per lb. Butter, creamery per lb. Eggs, fresh, per doz. Wheat, per cwt. Oats per cwt. Hams, retail, per lb. Breakfast Bacon; retail lb. .$ 6 50 . 6 35 10 to 12 G 10 20 30 20 1 25 1 50 14 15 Lard, per !b. Barbed Wire, per cwt, Black.... Barbed Wire, per cwt., Galv.... Alfalfa, ton.... Clover, per ton Timothy. Flour, per 50 lb 12Jé 3 75 4 00 6 00 6 50 8 00 1 50 $1 00 to Prunes dried, per lb 4 to. Apples dried per lb . .. Corn per cwt.,. Chop corn. Potatoes, new, per cwt Cabbage, per cwt. Chops, retail, per cwt . Whole Corn per cwt... Bran per cwt. Onions cwt. . 10 U'/2 1 35 1 45 1 25 5 00 1 45 1 35 1 25 7 to 1 25 $ 3 25 Caldwell Butchers pay for Steers per cwt. Cows, good, per cwt. Pork, on foot, per cwt. Pork, dressed per cwt. Veal, hog dressed, per lb. Turkeys, live, per lb. Turkeys, dressed, per lb,. Chickens, live, per lb. 2 25 5 50 7 00 5 & 6 12 14 08 Chickens, dressed, per lb.. STOCK SALT. Stock salt is quoted at SI.75 at the Utah refineries, and |7.80 per ton laid down here. 10 SEEDS. Alfalfa and clover, retail.... 12>£ to IS Alfalfa seed is practically all bought up in this locality. Corn in car lots $1.15 per cwt HIDES & PELTS. 15 cents per lb Hides, dry,.. . Hides, green, Pelts. 6 to 9 ,i (i 15 CORN—We have corn for sale by the hundred or car-load, as you want Caldwell Forwarding Co. it. Good looks brings happiness. Friends care more for us when we meet them with a clean,smiling face, bright eyes sparkling with health, which comes by taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.—Porter & Stone. J. A. Bovvers, general manager of the Payette Valley Fruit and Invest ment Company, writes from Sabetha, Kansas, that he will be in Payette in about a month to reside permanently. of company 2 vr Jonathan apple trees for sale that ought to be in good demand. See their ad elsewhere in this number. Dr. Killheiffer. the eye specialist, will be at Greenland's Drug Store in Caldwell, about Feb. 25. a Newton Jones, of Middleton, caller last week. was He informs us that of Paona, Colo., to reside, uncle, Eli Jones, has recently come out here and has bought an 80 acre tract near an He had quite an extensive Star. peach orchard at Paona. s he has been busy of late helping Mr. jones says friends to get to the Middleton country to lo Thev are good people too, he who have settled, come cate. says. Have you been betrayed by promises of quacks, swallows pills and bottles medicine without results except a dam aged stomach. To those we offer Hol lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Porter & Stone. the Finley McKenzie was in other day and had with him one of the hides of a Scotch highland town shaggy steer, which is to be made into a robe. a herd of these Mr. McKenzie has hardy animals the only ones, so far They are tough lookers, he says, like some of the humans from the same country, but are ail right just the same. known, in these parts. as Feeding 12,ooo Sheep. Senator Wayman was a He is feeding some 12.000 5,000 breeding caller the other day. . „ sheep ewes for the range this spring. are Delaine Merinos and he will use Mr. Way and will have These Lincoln rams with them. man says he is feeding one fourth of a head and the ani pound of corn per mais are doing well. range will be in Paddock Valley and later the sheep will be placed on forest reserve further up. lambing His the Professor Aldrich in California. Prof. J. M. Aldrich, entomologist of our State University, who is special izing at Stanford University, being away on a year's absence, writes, un der date of Feb. 7, as follows: "I am having a fine year down here. The University (Stanford) is great, and I ; have no trouble in finding all the good courses I can carry. I am work mg mostly in botany, with some gen era! zoology and entomology." Pro lessor Aldrich, after mentioning some of the disagreeable, as well as agreeable things he has experienced there, concludes as follows: "I had intended to make some pict ures for you, showing sprinkling on country roads, but let it go till it was too late. They sprinkle all roads that have any great travel on; in the fall you meet sprinklers anywhere sometimes on mountain roads quite a distance from any farm. Some of the better country roads have been oiled with crude petroliurn, and they do not need sprinkling. I notice that they do not hold up well under heavy traffic, however. We have wished more than once But if that we could get some Idaho prunes. These sundried French prunes are as different as they can be, but they act ually charge more for them. I should start to tell you can do here in the charging line, I what they will could not tell where to stop, so only mentiou that a couple of days ago I paid at the rate of $12 a cord for pine wood, sawed taut not split." Yours truly, J. M. Aldrich. Methusala was all right, you bet For a good old soul was he, They says he would be living yet, Had he taken Rock}- Mountain Tea. —Porter & Stone. Harry Syms, Receiver of the U. S. Land office, Boise, accompanied by his wife and daughter, was in town Tuesday attending the funeral of Edi tor R. H. Davis. The Rural office ac of He a pleasant call. Mr, was formerly a resident Caldwell, being at the time business manager of the Caldwell Tribune, is now a member of York Â Sy mes of Boise. Mrs. Syms expressed great at the vicinity since they resided here. knowledges Syms of the printing firm Mr, and . surprise rapid growth of Caldwell and Alias Summons In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho County of Canyon. John Downev, Plaintiff in and for the Minnie Downey, Defendant. The State of Idaho Sends Greeting to th Defendant. You are hereby required to appear in action brought against you by the above named plain tiff in the District Court of the Seventh Judicial >f Idaho, in and for the District of the State Countv of Canyon and to answer the complaint tiled therein within 10 days exclusive of the dav of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or if served without this county, but in this district, •ithin it days: otherwise within io days. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this ourt dissolving the bonds of matrimony be tween yourself and the plaintiff in this action on the ground of wilful desertion, and an as signment to this plaintiff of lots 17 and 1« in Block 7, Caldwell Townsite, and fur general relief. All of which more fully appears by the complaint on file herein, a copy of which is filed herewith, and marie a part hereof. And You Are Hereby Notified, that if you fail to appear and anwser the said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Given under my hand and seal Of the Dis trict Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of >f January, 1906. John A. Tucker. Clerk. C Can y<> n this 27th day A- Plowhead, Attorneys for Plaintiff Residing at Caldwell. Idaho. Van Duyn Again we say! Better take it to the Caxton |>|*ii)tei*S, 3I\d haVC it dOUG right. UIDat they are Saying. posed "I am heartily in favor of the pro county poultry association," said V. D. Hannah, the veteran live stock breeder, the other day. 'It's the thing we need. And, by the way," said Mr. Hannah, "We have had four times the call for purebred stock (his year that we have ever had before. It shows that people are buying better stock and more of it each season." "You people here in Idaho." said M. B. Gwinn, who has just returned from California, "don't appreciate what you have. That has always been the In California, con trouble with us. tinned Mr. Gwinn, they are all boost ers, or, if there are any knockers, they are not seen or heard. They talk Cal ifornia first, last, and all the time, and are equipped for advertising their state. But Idaho is catching on, just the same, and is going to be appreciated, even if it takes a little longer than in some other states. "That reminds me, said Mr. Gwinn, that things are looking bright for the National Irrigation Congress in Boise next September. California will send a big delegation and other states are lining up in fine shape. There is not convention; in a remote doubt about the success of fact everything points to one of the biggest gather ings of the Association ever held. Keep an eye on the 1906 Irrigation Congress. "Transportation facilities are going to cut an important figure in shaping the future of Idaho towns, said Presi dent Lowell, of the Payette-Boise Wa ter Users' Association. "Natural lo cation is all right, but the town that sits down and relies oti this alone, without making an effort to keep in close touch with surrounding localities and tributary country, is pretty cer tain to meet with disappointment. order of the day. Rapid and convenient transit is the It is what the peo ple of both city and town need and what they will expect of every renter of business, and, if one town does not furnish it, ancther will. Its too late in the day to inquire whether such transportation facilities thing or not for a town, ern way of doing things, and the wide awake communities must, and will, accept the situation and pull for them. Let us get in then and push for the Inter-urban lines." are a good Its the rnod Grand Ronde Fruit Gro vers Orga nize. The fruit growers of Grande Ronde valley in Oregon, have recently per fected an organization with the fol Oldenberg, F. L. Coykendale, J. Dickinson, 2. A. Car bine and B. A. Davis. Mr. Carbine lowing directors: L. is secretary f f the Union. They hope * , . to have a membership of 100 or more the near future. All fruit market ed by the local growers will be guar anteed as to quality and pack, and e flf or t s w jH be made to secure a strict enforcement of the horticultural in success. spection laws of the -Mate. The movement is a good one and deserves How's This? tVf offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot In* cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheny for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv his firm. walding, Kin.van & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. Hall's Cotarrh Cure is taken internally, act ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfac es of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents Take per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall's Family Pills for constipation.