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irtisments ST SALE OR EXCHANGE— H** property, beautifully located, city limits of Caldwell. | cheap for cash or exchange j »ted city property. For par address G, Drawer I Cald gale—Pure bred Plymouth If taken soon, will Only a few at R. G. McFarland, R. D. H Cockerels. • fat $1.00 each. price. K Caldwell, Idaho. P* 0 B SALE—Ten-acre tract, 1% Hom from business part of the city, lltjia Caldwell Interurban railway. EL g. r oomed cottage, barn, sheds, Liltry house, fine shade, partly in j ly, »«- and excellent soil. Admira- ; Mr located for suburban home, or Ç poultry, gardening, small fruits |ld orchard purposes. The location bmands a grand view of Caldwell, ||mpa and surrounding country, and linear and in full view of the Gov- j jument Forestry Park site, and Ex priment Station, now being estab llhed. This is beyond question, one «f the most desirable properties in leathern Idaho. For price and terms inquire of Lowell & Madden, Cald 10 . »FOR SALE—3 houses, 4th St., near E' school, Caldwell. 5 roomed house I on two lots; 6 roomed house on I two lots; 7 roomed house on three r lots. Fine location and good bar I gains. Inquire Gem State Rural [ Olce. FOUND—Man's watch and chain. I Inquire at Gem State Rural office. Whole corn at $1.20 per hundred pounds, sacked, at Caldwell For warding Co. tf FOR SALE—SEED OATS—Good, Ran 75 clean, white seed oats, bu. to the acre last season. Geo. D, Stafford, Notas, Ida. ^ g FOR SALE—Pure-bred bronze fl Gladish, Payette, Idaho. |l Gladdish, Payette, Idaho. t| Good ranch on Pleasant Ridge, fl Seed oats. H. D. Blatchley, Cald I» veil, Idaho. ||| TOR SALE—Young mare, I of age, bay, weight 1200 lbs. |l Can be seen at Billy Frost's, near I Star. Inquire of C. P. Jensma, Nam II W. Idaho. P0R SALE!—Pure-bred bronze twkeys for breeding. Mrs. E. B. GUddish, Payette, Idaho. POR SALE—Good ranch on Ridge. Seed oats. H. D. Blatchley, Caldwell, Idaho. B'OR SALE—St. HELENS' Incu six M Pleasant I khfr in good condition. Capacity, eggs—$8.00 Mrs. M. H. Mead, Caldwell. FARM f ann, 60 for RENT.—Improved or 100 acres, bench land, * ®iles from Parma, best water right Ul »eral terms. Idaho. J. E. Kerrick, Par SALE—Pure Buff Leghorn setting of thirteen wX H - M - »"Mock, eggs for Caldwell, COUNTY PROPERTY FOR SALE. . aCreS ** ne brush land, 4 * * r ° m * >arma » on North Bench Farmers' Co-operative Canal, one-half inch of water per acre, acre , one-fourth cash, at 8 per cent. J. E. Kerrick, a. Idaho. "40 $ 30,00 per Glance I Farm rurniture -o Carpets You will find our stock complete in every department Furniture Carpets Lace Curtains Window Shades Baby Buggies We have the largest assortment in the State and prices are always the lowest 1WE PAY THE FREIGHT TO CANYON COUNTY «tugs Linoleums Allcn-Wright furniture Co., Ltd. BOISE, IDAHO. MISSOURI HAS j REMARKABLE COW. Through the courtesy of Mr, Al fred Stout, one of Caldwell's repre sentative young farmers, we are per mitted to upblish the following ac count of a remarkable cow, owned by Mr. Stout's father, who resides at Appleton City. The account is taken from the Appleton City Journal. "There is a 'Little Missouri Cow'in Appleton City, says the Journal, that is very clearly entitled to special mention in these columns for the very splendid manner in which she has discharged her duty as a member of the family and paid for her board and lodging. Space will not permit us at this time to sing her cowship's praise in verse or prose, but when she has lived the allotted time and yields up the ghost we intend now that her demise shall be properly mentioned in these columns, and that will contribute liberally from our monu we exchequer towards erecting a ment in her memory. The cow to which we refer is own ed by Mr. J. K. Stout, of Appleton City. From him we learn that eight became years ago in April "Bossy "fresh" and she has never missed a milking since then. During the past year, in addition to furnishing a suf ficient supply of milk and1 b " tt *J' ! wa e s fa s"îd y 'from' heT° r During the ! months of this year the family sold butter to the amount of $8.21. i The above facts regardig his cow | Wll ^s e suffl r "eotly b in" r re?"d to make Journal takes great one inquiry. The pride in publishing facts regarding all kinds of stock raised in this sec tion of the country, and if anybody can show up a better record for cow that has attended strictly to bus iness for a like unmber of years we shall be glad to hear of them. Mr Stout informs the Gem State Journal that the "Little Missouri Cow" referred to is three-qua Jersey and remainder probably just plain cow. a. INTEREST INCREASED. National Bank of Cald Five Per Cent Deposits, and of TtATE OF The First well, Idaho, will pay Interest on Time Capital, Surplus, Profits and Liability of $225,000 I fers its Stockholders' security to its Depositors, the recent death of Capt. Bowmans estimable lady, and one of as I wife, an the pioneer women of the Pacific Northwest. Capt. J. H. Shawhan, one of the prominent orchardists of the Payette Valley, and also a member of our State Board of Horticultural Inspec tion, was a caller last week. Capt. Shawhan reports excellent fruit pros pects up to this time. The Horticultural Outlook in Latah County. (By P. W. Darlington, Horticultural Inspector District No. 1, Moscow, Before Farmers' Institute and State Agronomy Association Dec. 14, 1906). This situation is probably best be ing grasped In the vicintiy of Mos cow, where a great many of the In ferior orchards have been dug up and where a number of good sized com mercial orchards of up to date stand ard varieties are just coming Into bearing. There are a number of these commercial orchards which are being taken care of (cultivated, sprayed, pruned, fertilized, etc.) ac CO rding to up to date scleûtiflé meth 0( j 8f around Moscow, j cannot help but believe that in order to effect a remedy for the pres ent conditions it Is almost essential that the first class orchardists organ j ze , and allow no inferior fruit to go ^ ^ market> at i eas t through the organization, and thus work up a reputation that will encourage buy ers to come in here and pay top eg for our frult . We can raise a t Hood River, j ust as goo d prices? 1 cause we are not organized as they | are. i just as good apples here as they can Why can't we get It Is simply be Parma Glee Club. Parma's Glee Club rendered music | at the farmers' 0 f the kind that always touches the The club was com that immensely pleased the audiences institute, and It was popuIar heart. pose( j 0 f c, L. Park, Ray Mitchell, H. C. and J. C. Buldredge, with Mrs. accompanist. Easter as A. W. GIPSON Notary Publ ic 1 First National Bank Caldwell, Idaho ■ ■ John C. Rice J. M. Thompson RICE & THOMPSON Attorneys-at-La w General Practice. Offices in Caldwell Banking & Trust Co. Bldg., Caldwell. J. C. BURTON Drayage and Transfer. Two Teams. Both Phones. Cooper Lumber Co. Caldwell, Idaho. W. A. Stone Jno. F. MacLane STONE & MacLANE, Attorneys-at-La \v Caldwell, Rooms 25, 2 6 and 2 7 Bkg. and Trust Bldg. Idaho. Caldwell J. J. HAMILTON, M. I»., Permanently located in Caldwell, Idaho. Office at Residence, East Main St. W. O. STALKER Resident Dentist. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. All work warranted. Masonic Building, Caldwell, Idaho. L. B. MANNING & SONS, All kinds of Drayiug and Trans ferring promptly attended to. Prices Reasonable. Phone—Independent: Office, 37; Residence, 2113. Bell; 68 A Jno. J. Plowhead Owen M. VanDuyn VanDUYN & PLOWHEAD Attomeys-a i-Ijut General Practice. Offices In Cald well Banking and Ti ist Co. Bldg., Caldwell. JOHN S. MEYER Physician and Surgeon Offices by Caldwell Kimball Avenue. Day or Night. Pharmacy, Phone 44 Red. Cald. ell, Idaho.