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Surrounding Territory ***** ************ * MIDWAY NEWS * ***************** The Midway Red Cross auxiliary will meet at the school house, Tues day, February 4, from 10 to 4 o'clock. All ladies pleas e come and bring your own lunch. There is a large quota of refugee garments to be made and we need everyone's help. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Riskemire and Mrs. W. A. Hoobler motored to Boise Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Walker and daughter, Mary, of Lone Star visited at the J. H. Waters home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Newbry and son Görden of Kuna, spent Tuesday at the R. E. Newbry home. Messrs. and Mesdames !-.. A. Whit tle, T. W. Reynolds, J. F. Riskemire, and Mesdames W. A. Hoobler, George Karcher, George Robinson, R. C. Fry, and Clyde Dory attended a public in stallation of officers of the Ladies of the Maccabees at the home of Mrs. J. A. McRobbie in Nampa Friday evening. A bountiful lunch was served by the ladies and a very pleas ant evening enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton received word Saturday that their son, Henry, at Rlackfoot, was seriously ill with the influenza. Mr. Cotton left at once arriving there Saturday night, but the son died Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Roberts of Boise, spent the week end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. L. A. Whittle. The Midway P. T. A. will meet at the school house Friday afternoon February 7, at 2:30. A large attend ance is desired and all ladies of the community ar e cordially invited to at tend. All members who have not paid their dues for this year are requested to bring them, also a contribution for the flower fund. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Peterson and Mrs. Marie Peterson returned from Portland, Tuesday. 7"' ley cx P cct to remain in Nampa some time before re turning to their former nome in Chi cago. The Peterson's sold their farm last summer and went to Portland, where Mr. Peterson was employed in the ship yards. Midway people are glad to welcome them back. There will be a meeting of the stockhilders of the Midway telephone line, at the school house, hriday even ing, January 31st, at 8 o'clock. It is desired that all stockholders attend the meeting. Mrs. T. F. Fray and little daughter spen Wednesday in Nampa, with Mrs. T. L. Armstrong. Miss Ora Lcwellan of Deer Flat was a week end guest of Anna and Lois Williams. Mrs. C. B. Holt and little daughter spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Simpson of South Boise. They returned home Saturday even ing. at Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shull and family left for their former home at Steam boat Springs, Colo., Tuesday, where they expect to remain. Miss Marie Karcher was a Sunday guest of Miss Ada Sandy at her home at Lower Fairview. Charles Metcalf went to his farm in th P Gem District Monday. Miss Leta Firkins was a guest at the Denman-Jones home in Boise, Thursday night. Misses Lily and Edith Newbry of Kuna spent several days last week at the home of their brother, R. E. Newbry. Mrs. R. C. Fry and daughters spent Wednesday in Nampa with Mrs. M. E. Fry. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson visited at the Fred Houston home near Cald well, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Doll and daugh ter Miss Grace of Lon Star, were guests at the C. O. Haines home Sun day. W. O. Azling arrived from Portland Saturday evening, and is visiting at the J. S. and G. H. Hulbert homes for a* few days. School opened Monday after a va cation of over three months. The teachers report a good attendance in all rooms, and by eliminating some of the non-essentials, and by careful supervision, it is thought the pupils will complete the year's work. Willis Karcher spent Saturday in Boise. An automobile driven by Clarence Gibbons of Caldwell, turned turtle on the Boulevard between the school house and B. M. Post's place, Friday night, as Mr. Gibbons and several friends were returning from Nampa to Caldwell. The car was badly damaner* and several of the party were bruised and badly shaken up. Mrs. John Clements and daughter F.dith visited Friday with Mrs. G. F.. Kenny at Lone Star. Miss Ella Browning of Franklin was a guest of the Misses Williams Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Haynes and daughters, Mrs. Welsh and Mi«« llaynes. spent Sunday evening at F. W. Jordan's. Mr. and Mrs. W Shroll of Nanu-a visited Monday with Mr. and Mr*. R F.. Newbry. Mr. and Mrs Fred F.aMtmn of North Midway visited at the H. A. Oeder home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Jordan enter tained a number of guests at dinner Sunday, in honor of their son. Lee'« eighth birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. T. F Foster and *'r ««H Mrs T.ee Powell and daughter Emilie. Mrs. T. F. Riskemire entertained a' a 1 o'clock htneheon Tuesday. honor of her home guest Mrs W A, Hoobler of Boise. The guests were a few of the old friends •»n«' neighbors of Mrs. Hoobler when s'>e resided in Nampa, and were Mrs. W A. Spracue. Mrs. S. B Moulton. Mr« S. B. Shellaharger, Mrs. M, V. In graham. Mrs. C. O, Wilson, and Mrs Frank Sims, all of Nampa. Charleys Bumgarner and daughter Marouerite were Boise visitors las' Wednesday. Mrs. A. J. Firkins and Miss Mary Hulbert attended a meeting of the Century club in Nampa, Monday after noon. Dean e Oeder was a capital city visi tor Thursday. Mrs. George Karcher represented the Midway Red Cross auxiliary at a meeting of the Home Service repre sentatives meeting of the Nampa chap ter and all auxiliaries in Nampa, Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. G. G. Harsin and daughter Merle of Lone star, spent Monday at the J. F. Riskemire home. Several from his neighborhood at tended the funeral of Mrs. F. R. Odle and son Donald, which was held in Nampa, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Odle and son died over two weeks ago, [he son dying two days before the mother, both victims of the influenza, but the funeral was postponed awaiting the arrival of a son from an army camp in Virginia. Mrs. O. A. Bumgarner arrived home Saturday from a six weeks visit with relatives and friends in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes and family of Nampa were Sunday dinner guests at the J. S. Gillespie home. The families were friends in Bellcvue years ago. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Luse and little sons of Parma were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Luse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Luse. Mesdames J. F. Riskemire and W. A. Hoobler visited Mrs. F. S. Stone of Nampa, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dory visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dory of Nampa, Sunday. C. A. Williams went to Midvale Monday to be gone several days look ing after property interests. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McConnell of Middleton were dinner guests at the T. F. Fry home, Sunday. ***************** * DEER FLAT * ***************** Revival meeting are being con ducted this week at the Free Metho dist church and also at the Appleton M. E. Church. Rev. Rice will preach at the Huston church next Sunday. The bible school elected officers last Sunday. Supt. Miss Hazel Reed; Asst. Supt., Mrs. Oelleian; secretary, Miss Hitson: treasurer, Mr. Toft; organist. Miss Chambers. Eafl Bartlett returned home Sun day evening from California, where h c has been in a navy training camp. Miss Reva Johnson and Raymond Merrit were married Saturday. They will make their home near Nampa. Harry Evans, who has been visiting at the C. F. Smith home, left Monday for his home in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson have moved here from Parma and will work for George Vogt. The Brathea Bible Class enjoyed a social and business meeting at the Rc all were happy to meet in a social way again. The following class officers were elected: President, Louis Diehl; vice president, Jennie Merrit; secretary and treasurer, Carrie Hitson. About 40 young people were present. No Flu cases in the neighborhood at present. A number of the farmers are plan ning to attend the waters users' trial to b e held in Boise this week. The Misses Reed and Hitson were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Ollie Prichard in Caldwell. Friends and old neighbors here are sorry to hear that Mr. J. D. Clark's health is such as to make it necessary for him to enter a Boise hospital for treatment. Arthur Clark arrived in Camp Merrit January 20 from over seas and expects to be home soon . j^; tson i lome Friday evening, freshments were scrved and al , The old Fisher school house has been dismantled and there will be a sale of the lumber, windows, brick and cement blocks, Saturday afternoon February 1st, on the school house grounds, Yi miles north of Huston.— Adv. ***************** * ' MARBLE FRONT ITEMS * ***************** The annual meeting of the Mason Creek Ditch Co., will be held at the Marble Front school house at 2 p. m Saturday, Febraury 1, 1919. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Summers and daughter, Florence, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. C Fugate. Mrs. W. B. Sawyer returned home Tuesday evening from Hot Lake, Ore. where she has been spending a month with her daughter, Mrs. Humphries James T. Bales attended a sale in Nampa Thursday. m Mr and Mrs Lee Thomas visited Saturday with Mrs. Thomas' mother Mrs. K. P. Plowman of Boise. Roy Fugate left Thursday for Portland. Ore . to take a course in an automobile school. Mr. and Mrs Roy Jones were Sun day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D C. Goodlow. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harshman, Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomas and Foster Harshman of Notus were Sunday guests of C. Harshman and family. Mrs. Claud Groves and Mrs. O Sheaffer spent Fridav with Mrs Groves' mother, Mrs. Harvey of Mid dleton. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers who have been working for Ole Larson moved to Caldwell last week. Louise Gowey snent Sunday with Ethel and Esther Fuller. Miss Ina Tanner of Boise is spend ine a few davs this week with the L F. Cook familv. Miss Tanner niad her home with the Cooks for several years. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Groves of th Franklin district and Mr. and Mrs. Roma Groves of Boliver, Mo„ were Sunday visitors of S. P. Corn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charlev Martin called Sunday evening at Mesler's. Miss Racheal Wells spent the week end visiting at the home of Mrs. James Harvey of Middleton. Emory Bales arrived home Satur day from Camp Lewis where he re ceived his discharge from the army. Mr. John Thomas, who has been very ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Chaney of Middleton, is reported as improving at this writing. Chas. Wells and son Jack are feed ing their cattle at the Kelsey ranch in Dixie. Mrs. W. H. Godon visited Mrs. L. C. Zimmerman in Caldwell, Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, formerly of California, have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. J. Moore, for some time and have now gone to visit a daughter in Fargo. They expect to locate in this country. Miss Inez Morrow is spending the week in Boise visiting friends. Mrs. C. C. Bales and daughter, Ethel, and sons J. T. and C. E., were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Davenport of Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas en tertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Milliner, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Milliner and Mr. Geo. Wardell. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Solan of Parma were visiting Wednesday and Thurs day with the O. Sheaffer family. W. M. King and Harry Harshman traded ranches last week. G. H. Fuller is reported on the sick list this week. Lieut. Chas. Warren of Camp Lewis spent Friday with L. S. Dille. Lieut. Warren formerly made his home with the Dille family and at tended the College of Idaho. Mrs. Fred McKinley of Caldwell spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. W. P. Robinson. A stack of hay containing about 75 tons was destroyed by fire on the Chas. Wells ranch Monday night. The origin of the fire is unknown. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rogers and family spent Tuesday visiting with their relatives, the D. G. Merriam family of Parma. Clarence Taylor of Caldwell spent Sunday with the J. T. Morrow family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sterling are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Phos. Sterling of Nampa this week. Mr. L. S. Dille attended the meet ing of the T. O. O. F. Grand Lodge in Boise, Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs. Oliver Bedel and brother, Ernest Hermo of Parma, spent the week end in Boise with their sisters, Mesdames Hartman and Hink?v. Fred Eastman is feeding 200 head of cattle for the Barber Live Stock Co. ***************** * LAKE LOWELL * ***************** The Lake Lowell auxiliary of the Red Cross met and elected new offi cers for the coming year. Mrs. Altizer as chairman, Mrs. Hampson, secretary and Mrs. McAdams, treasurer. Sewing each Thursday afternoon at the sewing room at G. C. Whites. All ladies in the district are requested to come and help us. John Blanksma, sister Irene, and mother visited at their brother's, Pierre Blanksma, east of Nampa Sunday. Miss Nellie Howard has returned to her school at Lake Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Elof Anderson of Boise spent Sunday visiting at Lake Lowell. Jack Wilson has rented the J. F Sheets ranch recently purchased of Arthur Fry. Mrs. B. M. Altizer was in Nampa Thursday afternoon. Will Derig is staying at his brother Mart's, convalescing from his late ill ness. Mrs. B. M. Altizer is very sick at their ranch in West Lake Lowell. Mr. Jas. Highley of Lenox, Idaho is spending a few days at G. C White's. Arthur Fry has purchased the For est Sower ranch. Miss Agnes Derig has gone to Boise to study telegraphy. Evangelistic meetings began at the M. E. church Monday night. Meeting each night at 7:30. Rev. Wharton of Middleton is conducting the services S. H. Peters sold a team to Jack Wilson this week. Grandma Petty went to Riversid Sunday to spend a few days with her son, John and family. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pettv and Rev Wharton were dinner guests at the Peters home Sunday. Jess Emerick is building a barn and remodeling his home on their ranch The Weaver Hurtt ranch is rented to a Mr. Chas. Taylor of Caldwell G. C. White has purchased the Ole Larson place adjoining him on the south. The old Fisher school house has been dismantled and there will b sale of the lumber, window s, brick and cement blocks, Saturday afternoon Fe'bruarv 1st. on the school hou grounds, V5 miles north of Huston■ Adv. ***************** * WILDER ***************** The M. E. Ladies' Aid societv met with Mrs, F, M. Saunders last Thürs day. They held a very profitable and enjoyable meetings. Mr, and Mrs. L. F Sower were Caldwell visitors Tuesday, I. F. Vernon of Boise viri'ed W : td er for a short time Thursday, Mrs. Chas Burton left last week for a visit with her parents in Cambridge On her return they will go to Cah' well to lTve. Wm. Martin of Far«o has r<-cen''v sold his ranch to Henrv Deisler an'' has purchased the Wilder hh»cks"v'h shop. Mr. Haas, the former owner, has gone to his ranch. The boys of Mrs. J. C Thrail'-'T* Sunday school class with their •»■"Vr were entertained bv Leonard Beall a' his home Friday niuht. The first of a series of datiees ■•ive« in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday night was well attended and was voted a decided success. Last week Cecil Pcekham of Wider shipped 23,516 pounds of Golden B< e tam shelled sweet corn I ■ th.> I', nn Field Seed comnanv, Shenando<'> Towa, receiving eight cents per non«' The above figures did not include the corn shelled from the tips and butts of the ears which was not shipped. This corn was grown on nine acres of ground and the returns have proven so highly satisfactory that Mr. Peck ham has decided to plant about 40 acres to this crop next season. This season's yield brought $1881.28 or $209.00 an acre. 1. W. Morford has purchased two lots from Albert Hudson. Mr. Mor ford expects to build on them soon. Mrs. F.lizabeth Rue and son, Robert, of Blaine, Wash., are visiting at the home of D. II. Law. O. E. Paine was the delegate from Wilder to the grand encampment of the I. O. O. F. held in Boise last week. Lester Hurst, formerly of Wilder, who has been in the service, returned to his home in Eagle Sunday night. He visited friends in Wilder Tuesday. The Wilder auxiliary of the Red Cross will meet in the Red Cross room Wednesday, February 5, for sewing. All members are urged to attend. ***************** * PLEASANT RIDGE * ***************** Mr. Gurwell has moved his family into his new house. Services were held in the church Sunday night for the first time in a good many weeks. After preaching the ordinance of the Lord's Supper was administered. Services will be held next Sunday as in the past. Sun day school at 10 and preaching at II a. m. District Superintendent W. M. Ewing was unable to fill his appoint ment Sunday night on account of ill ness. Mrs. D. R. Allen visited at thoi Earner hom e Sunday afternoon. Bonnie Moss was a Saturday sup per guest of Mrs. I.ovd Meyer. Geo. Springer is building a tenant house. Rev. and Mrs. N. E. Hershey were over nîght guests at the McLain homo Sunday night. Mr. W. Ross has purchased a team. The Ladies' Aid society will be en tertained at the home of Mrs Joe Whittig, Thursday afternoon, Febru ary 6. All the members are urged to be present as officers will be elected for the ensuing year. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Meyer enter tained old friends from Oklahoma Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Whittig visited at the Wagoner home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Earwood entertained Rev. and Mrs. Hershey at supper Sunday even ing. ***************** * BRIER ROSE * ***************** Messrs. J. W. Smith, Lee Douglas and J. F. Rowland made a business trip to Boise on Monday. Julian Steunenberg and family moved from Brier Rose to Sunny Slope last week. Kyle Wittle has returned from Camp Lewis. Mesdames Shaw, Edelfson and Pos tlethwaite visited on Wednesday with Mrs. Simmons in Caldwell. W. F. Howard left the first of the week on a> business trip to N*.w Meadows. Mr. Nooner from Kansas spent from Sunday until Tuesday at J. F. Rowland's. They had a family re union at the Rowland home on Sun day. Mr. Thomas Bassett of Somerton. Arizona, is a guest at th e W. A. Douglas home. He is Mrs. Douglas' brother. The Dougerty family of Pleasant Ridge were Sunday guests at the Hummell home. The ladies of the Home Culture club expect to do quilting at the Crew home on Thursday and Friday of this week. Mr. Garner has sold his place to Mrs. Wilson from Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Wade have purchased and moved onto the Woodhouse place. The Woodhouse family have moved to Maple Grove. The Sutherland family have moved to the Stalker ranch for a short time when they take possession of their own ranch. Mesdames Dix and Postlethwait celebrated their birthdays together by a dinner at the Dix home on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith of Deer Flat were ca'Iers at the Runcinfan home Sundry afternoon. Lawrence M ende attended 'he wed ding of his cousin Miss Bess'e Brille at Bowniont on Wednesday. The old Fisher school house has been dismantled and there will b sale of the lumber windows, brick and cement blocks, Saturday afternoon. Fe'bruarv 1st. on the school house ereunds Adv. miles north of Huston - I Y6H. T C-oT EM OFF MAD A INT CM WAtD on ii\ J AIE SWEET MAve got m your rubbers OFF? WNlSPoR HOME & Jack. \\ ilson < OH WHAT'S the ose ? K UÜ) POM poor 2S« KAISER FOR RENT FOR RENT—Large front room, suitable for 2 persons, board and home privileges to right party. 1124 Cleve land. Phone 785 J. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Some of the W. E. Dal seed barley. Fine white barley. Chas. Howard, Phone 252-F-2. Ad dress Caldwell. Rout 2. l-31tf FOR SALE—Will cut in February several acres of black locust trees, sizes 3 in. to in. lengths as long as 25 ft., and straight as an arrow. Order the size you want and they will be cut. H. W. Dorman, Caldwell, Idaho. 1-31 2-21 FOR SALE—Mexican Red Beans in any quantity, 5c per lb. Will deliver Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Will leave them at your grocery store, or call phone 272-]-2. 1-22-27 TO TRADE—Two ^ nicc lots to trade for horses or Ford car. Will trade for better car and pay difference. P. E. Smith Land Co. l-10tf TO TRADE—Residence in Cald well for Nampa property. Wm. Stoner, Nampa. 1-10 1-31 FOR SALE—Straw, delivered. L. H. Paine. Phone 337. l-10tf FOR SALE—75 feet steel track, 120 feet wire cable. See P. E. Eengel. 12-13tf FOR SALE—Corn; also brood sows. Ole E. Larson, Phone 243 R 1. ll-8tf WANTED WANTED—Household work either on ranch or in town. Apply Sarah Crew. 1108 Arthur Street. 1-31 WANTED—A small improved alfalfa ranch near Caldwell or Nampa, Idaho, and will trade a \2y 2 acre fruit ranch joining the town of Paonia, Colo., all in full bearing, und»r irriga tion, deeded water right, four room house, all fenced, mostly Jonathans, Winesaps and Delicious apples, a few cehhries, apricots, peaches and pears, and prunes for family use. What have you to trade. Address H. S. Plum mer Paonia. Colo. WANTED—To lease for a term of years a good cattle ranch of 500 acres, woven wire fenced; good free range. Address Postoffice Box 443, Caldwell. Idaho. 1-17 1-31 HOUSE MOVING — Call Fred M obus and get it done in a hurry, be cause he has a good outfit. Phone 426 J. Residence 1602 Blaint. 1-10 1-31 DRESSMAKING lessons 25 cents an hour. Mrs. Cox, 501 Chicago St. Phone 381. POULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE—A few choice bronze turkeys for breeding. Mrs. A. Ander son. Route 3. Nampa. 1-10 1-31 FOR SALE—Prize winning Indian Runner drakes. L. D. B. Ranney, Tenth and Freeport. l-17tf WANTED TO BUY—POULTRY Wm. March pays the highest cast rice for poultry and eggs. Arthur Phone 370 I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE ur> dcatc . . . . ... H R SALE—At a bargain, 1? acres l the Interurban and main road, ^ paid up water rights, about 5 acres in alfalfa and orchard, 3 room house, small barn, good well and fenced. All in Boise Valley. Also two good fresh cows giving about 4 gal. each, and 3 year old filley. Will sell house hold goods. Price on land for a short time $1200. Terms on part of land if you mean business. Call at Route 1. Box 30, Caldwell, Idaho. This is a snap. Possession in 10 days. lary FOR SALE—Six miles west of Em mett, 160 acres, 54 acres under the ditch, 25 acres improved consisting of peach, cherry, apples, apricots, prunes, grapes; about 15 acres of alfalfa, rest under the ditch farm land. Above the ditch in dry land 75 acres: smalt house, good outside cellar, barn, gran outside shed and automobile shed. Small cash payment, balance 10 installments at 5 per cent interest on deferred payments. Inquire 1003 Denver street, Caldwell, Idaho. 1-17 2-21 MURPHY'S BARGAINS Wonderful opportunity to secure one of the best 320 acre Cattle Ranches in th e west. Located in the heart of the range. Fine laying land. 30 acres in hay. Free water right. Fair improvements and alt fenced. Best of range conditions. Bargain price $11,000. Good terms. Consider good 40 if priced right. Get in on Black Canyon NOW. We have a few good buys, but you will have to hurry. Caldwell property and Fire Insur ance a specialty. A. L. MURPHY Caldwell, Idaho. HANNA IS OFFERING THIS WEEK: 13 room house, well located and designed for light housekeeping or roomers—water, bath and lights in stalled—for $3500, and it don't have to be cash. The owner doesn't live in Caldwell or we couldn't get it at that figure. Just think of it, only $3500 during these war times. 7 room house with bath, 60 foot frontage on good street, and owned by another fellow out of town who writes us that he will raise the price next week but before that time he will take $2612,00 for the place. 5 room house with bath $2100. This place is substantially built and mod ern in type and right close in. There is good shade, two screened porches and its a pleasant location. Yes, that hundred is our commission—but the property is worth more monev. 80 acre farm that's a plumb good one and only four miles from town at $12,000. There's a big bargain in this property. We have a business building in town that's a cracking good investment for some one, and it doesn't take all cash to handle it. We have a pretty good four ron-n house for $85000. Come in and let us talk it over. HANNA & CO. DENTISTS Dr. E. E. Dutton. Dentist. We Vatinnal RanU Rldi?.. Phone IS? i t» LAWYERS CLARENCE S. HILL. AATOR ney at Law. Office 11, 12 and 14 Little Block. Caldwell, Idaho. CURTIS HAYDON, ATTORNEY at-Law, General law practice. Office 15 Union block, Caldwell, Idaho. SCATTERDAY & VAN DUYN R. B. Scatterday, O. M. Van Duyn,. Attorneys-at-Law, general law prac tice, Little block. Caldwell. Idaho. THOMPSON & BiCKNELL. AT torneyi-at-Law. Offices Commercial Bank Building, Caldwsll, Idaho. WELL DRILLERS Well Drilimg—10 year« experience in the oil field. Satisfaction guaran teed. Charlton Bros., Phone 259 R 3. Caldwell, Idaho. 5-18ti VETERINARIANS j. h. Mclaughlin, veterin ary Surgeon and Dentist. Hospital 5th and Mtin. Office Phone 23-J Residence phone 758. S. R. STRONG. VETERINARY Surgeon. Phone 165 residence. Office at Traders Day grounds, Phone 42. l-3tf ABSTRACTS CANYON ABSTRACT AND TRUST CO. Established 1891 In corporated 1900. Abstracts, Loans, Insurance, Bonds, General Trust Business. Caldwell, Idaho. CHIROPRACTORS DR. G. F. HUNT, CH1ROPRAC tor, office address 1005 Main street. Phone 479. F. G. Boggess Mrs. L. Boggess DRS. BOGGESS All ailments treated. Examination free. Years of experience. Office and residence 404 S. Kimball Ave. Phone 735 J.