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The Gem state rural. [volume] (Caldwell, Idaho) 1895-1910, June 27, 1907, Image 11

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Farmer Must

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and authentic ' CT Th qUOtatlon8 > and he must kn °w they are reliable
! r ^T he P. r0Sperlt y of the Farmer means the pros
F ^ ° f thc ' Countr y ^Anything, therefore, which increases the
qnic ness wit which the business of farming can be transacted
is an aid to prosperity. CIs not the Telephone the
all aids]? C.The following are a few good reasons why
greatest of
Every Farmer
SHOULD HAVE A "BELL" TELEPHONE
CtIt keeps him in L touch with the latest weather reports, d, It makes
positive appointments, and saves long rid.es and disappointments, dit
summons the physician for the family, and the veterinarian for the stock,
din case of fire it calls neighborly help quickly—100 feet—or 100
miles, dit arranges for extra help in the harvest field, dit enables
the gardener and fruit-raiser to sell their produce and deliver at leisure
in place of departing before daybreak, dit makes
almost unnecessary, dit saves tired horses, dit puts you in touch with
the drug store, the grocery, the seedsman, with the farm implement
man—with everybody— with the WORLD! dThe "Bell" is the
proverbial watch-dog, guide, protector and friend I
I
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going to town
The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Company,
by its recent extremely liberal arrangements, has made it possible for
every farmer to be equipped with telephone service similar to that
of Cities in efficiency, at
A COST OF 50c PER MONTH !
For full particulars , call on your nearest Exchange Manager , or address
Hugh L Thomas , Contract Agent , Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co
Salt Lake City, Utah.
••
S. D. SIMPSON,
Cashier.
J. T. MORRISON,
Vice-Pres.
D. D. CAMPBELL,
President.
Western National Bank
CALDWELL, IDAHO
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
CAPITAL PAID IN $50,000.00
Respectfully Solicits Your Business
CT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
The
5 PER
A. W. GIPSON
Notary Public
First National Bank Caldwell, Idaho
John C. Rice
J. M. Thompson
RICE & THOMPSON
Attorneys-at-Law
General Practice. Offices in Caldwell
Banking & Trust Co. Bldg., Caldwell.
J. O. BURTON
Drayage and Transfer.
Both Phones.
Two Teams.
Cooper Lumber Co.
Caldwell, Idaho.
W. A. Stone
Jno. F. MacLan©
STONE & MacLANE,
Attorneys-at-Law
Caldwell
Rooms 25, 26 and 27, Caldwell
Bkg. and Trust Bldg.
Idaho.
J. J. HAMILTON, M. D.,
Permanently located in Caldwell,
Idaho.
Office at Residence, East Main St.
W. C. STALKER
Resident Dentist.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. All
work warranted. Masonic Building,
Caldwell, Idaho.
L. B. MANNING & SONS,
All kinds of Draying and Trans
ferring promptly attended to.
Prices Reasonable.
Phone—Independent; Office, 37;
Residence, 2113. Bell: 68 A
Jno. J. Plowhead Owen M. VanDuyn
VanDUYN & PLOWHEAD
Attorneys-at-Law
General Practice.
Offices In Cald
well Banking and Trust Co. Bldg.,
Caldwell.
JOHN S. MEYER
Physician and Surgeon
Offices by Caldwell Pharmacy,
Kimball Avenue. Phone 44 Red.
Day or Night. Caldwell, Idaho.
FRANK J. SMITH, Lawyer
General Law Practice
Office in Little Block, Caldwell, Ida.
Both phones in Office
H. E. WALLACE,
Attorney At Law,
Idaho.
Caldwell,
Practice In all courts and U. S. Land
Office.
Estate Matters especially.
Both Phones
WILLIAM GOULD COMPTON
Attorney-at Law
Rooms 3 and 4, Little Building
Idaho
Caldwell,
FOR SALE—Twenty head of reg
isterd Red Polled Bulls, ages from
I calf up to three year old.
; Clark, Boise, Idaho.
A. D.
FOR SALE—Forty acres 3 miles
1 East of Caldwell; cleared, fenced,
I improved; twenty acres under cultl
Address
! vation. Terms reasonable.
I B.—Gem State Rural.
Right Man in Right Place
lo$. Dickens,
Stock Yards Auctioneer
Leave dates at Gem State Rural office

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