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Mrs. c. G. Baker entertained Satur day ifternoon. Money to loan at 7 per cent. A. I,. Murphy-—Adv. Wrist Watches at Laughlin s Jewelry Store.—Adv. ' M and Mrs. John G. Flynn were visitors Friday, last. A. L. Chenoworth was the Mrs of Boise friends Saturday. at „ T , ' Mtorney T. S. Jackson was Xampa Saturday looking after ,legal business. Former Senator K. I; Perky of Poise transacted business in the city Saturday. \t> md Mrs. Floyd Dutton of Natn pa'wère iruests of Dr. and Mrs. F. F. Dutton, Sunday. While the roads are so bad—a good t ;,iie 1" have your tires half-soled. Service Tire Co. Attorney W. A. Stone is at Salt lakt City this week looking after professional business. Special sale on soaps. Traders Day, March 3rd. See windows. Rotkin joy Drug Company.—Adv. Noble C. Dixon's name appeared in the casualty list published Sunday as wounded, degree undetermined. \ suit for divorce has been filed in the district court by Clarence Green street against Emma Grenstreet. John G. Flvnn, who had a hard tus sle with the flue after his return, is now riblc to be around again but still very weak. Dr A. W. Heitler is a new comer to Caldwell. He is a dentist bv profes sion nnd has his offices in th e First Mational Bank building. C. A. Hanson, who suffered a se vere attack of pneumonia, has fully recovered and returned to his work at Oakes Bros., this week. The Caldwell Home-Building Asso ciation wilt pay cash for residence lots Write us at Box 393. giving le.r-,1 Ho. srription and best cash price. 2-28tf County Assessor and Mrs. Geo. W. Oylear and daughter, Miss Gertrude have returned from Moscow where thev were called by the death of Mr. Oylear's father. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Russell Mt the latter part of last week for California where they will spend some time visit ing. They mav possibly locate some where in California. J. B C.owen returned Frid-«v from N'orth f.oup, Nebraska, wbei'e he was called by the death of his brother. W E. Oowen, who had been in poor health for a long time. F.mil Fuher and family leave today for Molalla, Oreeon, where they will locate permanently. Mr. Fuher has purchased a farm at Molalla. He has been one of our substantial citizens. Nicholas New of Roise has been ap nointed court reporter of the Seventh Tndiciil District. He succeeds Mr. Hilbert Shelby who resigned Mr. Shelby has been the reporter of this district since it was created. Ezra Bicknell arrived home this week. Mr Bicknell was in the service overseas and is one of the first Cald well men to get home. He is looking fin c and says the experience on the whole was enjoyable and well worth while. George Dewey, county agricultural agent and Assistant A. E. Oman, and Miss Louise Rid.dle, extension depart ment of th c state university, have re turned from Moscow where they were in attendance at a state agricultural meeting. Dr. F I'. Udick, graduate of the N'orth Pacific College of Dentistry, Portland, will be associated with Dr. Klondi l in thc practice of dentistry. Dr. and Mrs. Udick, who are well known in Caldwell having formerly lived here, hav e just returned to this city to make their home. » I'or Monday, March 3rd—Traders -wt will have one more shipment of fine pattern hats; also pine apple straw sriilors. M, E. Gilgan-Sarchet, Main street, below Saratoga Hotel. at C. —BEAUTY IS 1 -4 Nature and 3 -4 Care Do you properly assist nature to retain and increase your "aturally good complexion? Do you use care In your choice of complexion aida? We recommend theae aa the best ■ CREAMS Jonteel Arbutua Cocoa Butter Violet Dulce POWDERS Jonteel Bouquet Jeanice Violet Dulce Alma Zada The!, nse will ,on Ker put off enable you to "growing old." Botkin -Joy Drug Co* Th. Rexall Star* Laughlin's Wrist Watches Jewelry Store. Money to loan at 7 per cent \ I, Murphy.—Adv. R- R- Hurtt was a business visitor at Roise Wednesday. Rev. W. S. Hawkes was a business visitor at Boise Tuesday. J- R.. Clark of Meridian was a busi ness visitor in Caldwell, Monday. Miss Vera Everly of N'a m pa was the guest of Mrs. R. E. Montieth, Sunday. A. P. Alexanderson of Centerpoint was a business visitor in Caldwell Monday. M. T. Hargrove was at Weiser Sat urday and Sunday visiting his son, C. C. Hargrove. Special sale on soaps. Traders Day, March 3rd. See windows. Botkin Joy Drug Company.—Adv. Herbert Lemp, well known business man and capitalist of Boise, was a business visitor in Caldwell, Monday. W. H. Thorpe, former stat e game warden, a Democratic politician of parts, was a visitor in the city Satur day. Alfred F. Stone, assistant attorney general, was in thc city from Boise Monday looking after private busi ness affairs. Geo. Van Winkle, well known and substantial farmer of the Notus sec tion, was a business visitor in Cald well, Monday. Th e Caldwell Home-Ruilding Asso ciation will pay cash for residence lots desirable localities in Caldwell Write us at Box 393, giving legal de C. A. Larson, a well known Ada county farmer, was a visitor in Cald well Monday. Mr. Larson was the guest of A. P. Alexanderson of Ccn terpoint. Will E. Derig was in thc city from Barber, Tuesday. He was enroute to his work at Barber from-Weiser where h^e went to attend the funeral of his father, John R. Derig. Captain D. F. Banks, formerly of Company G, Second Idaho, was ill thc city from Boise Sunday visiting friends. Captain Banks returned from France a few weeks ago Mrs. J. F. Messier received the sad news of the death of her father, W. P. Johnson of Verdon, Nebraska, Mon day. Mr. Johnson died February 17th having experienced a stroke of paraly sis about two weeks before. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith of Wilde were in the city Monday. Mr. Smith has sold his ranch and will move into town. He will hold a public sale March 6th for the purpose of dis posing.of th e ranch stock, machinery and household goods. March 3, 4 and S the Troy Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co., are making an extraordinary offer: Men's suits French Dry Cleaned $1.00; Men's over coats $1.00; Ladies' jacket suits SI.00 Ladies" plain dresses $1.00. Thc dol lar gives you a full dollar's worth dur ing this demonstration. Three days only.— Adv. * SHEPPERD BROS. WILL OPEN NEW Have Secured Storeroom on Kimball —Expert Candy Maker and Drink Mixer. The first of April Messrs. Shepperd Brothers will open a confectionary store in the building on Kimball ave nue formerly occupied by the McNair shoe store. Th e fountain, fixtures and furniture have been ordered and they should be here in ample time to be installed for opening th c first of April. Mr. J. R Shepperd has been em ployed in Caldwell for a number of years. He is an expert sodi fountain man, ice cream maker and soft drink mixer. His brother is coming here from Spokane where he is now em ployed in the "Antlers" the largest rftail candy stor c in Spokane. He an expert candy maker. First Class Place. Mr. J. R. Shepperd stated Monda that thev will have a first cltss I'ljl 1 "'' None will be neater and cleaner 1 In merchandise handled will be of th finest quality and taken care of right in every particular. DR E. U UDICK WILL BE ASSOCIATED WITH BLONDEL nr. Blondel announces that in the future Dr. E. I' I'dick will be asso ciated with him in his dcntnl prnctic Dr Udick has just returned from th North Pacific College of Dentistry Portland, Oregon, where he speci ixed in prophylaxis, the treatment pyorrhea, and plat work Dr I M m * before attending school W»! a resident of Cubl wll and w known here, therefore needs further introduction l)rs Blondel Ä Udick plan extensiv remodeling of their present offi and will have the most mod equipment in this section to tile local office they opening a branch offici having one mau m attendance certs days each week as the practice w warrant. In addition outemrhi at Parin 2-24 3 R. E. FIELD licensed architect Little Big. CALDWELL DANCE Every Saturday N'ight in * * Armory Hall. Music by Ostfend * * Me Adams Jazz Band. * + * Mi parent GLEAMS FROM THE CAMP * FIRE * Eugenia Lauglilin with her will make their home in Boise, ugenia has planned to attend Camp onc e in two weeks, so she will ot be lost to the group. Miss Elizabeth McKee the most substantial member of the group, is luarantined at her home, her father having a mild case of "Variola." Last Friday evening the Camp Eire girls were invited to the home of Mr. d Mrs E. E. Soper, it being the rthday of their eldest daughter, Miss race. They were to surprise the young lady which they proceeded to do th nothing left to be desired in the way of a "surprise." Delicious and bundant refreshments were served, d all had a good time, the young hostess receiving ninny pretty gifts. The Camp Fire group presented her th an elaborately beaded pouch (in dian) called pocketbook by the pale ces. The Magic Camp Fire. (By the Guardian") Mi the magic of the Camp Fire, for within its ruddy glow, unkind feeling has no power, and you feel a friend ship grow for the love of man for man the comfort that you know. In its owing embers finding panacea for are, though the trail was long and weary, we forget our troubles there. Look above, a tall pine standing, guarding we who seek to play, at what moons" long since, may indeed have passed that way. Picture then the painted teepe— coming warricr lithe ■and tall, arrows in the unslung quiver, trusty as a mus ket ball, dusky squaw prepare the amp fire, which" makes e'en a teepe ome, for she too must needs give service, bearing burdens silentlv, with no hope of home hereafter, as is with you and T. But this great pine pointing umvard the azure sky, rippling brook, the larks sweet singing, tried to teach them—Glorify, se k the beauty round about them, which «they did (as you nd I), and the glowing fire brought comfort as it does to you and Ï. Magic Fire—named not in vain though we're weary far from home, it shall comfort us again. Light your torches Tamp Eire maidens! Se A- the troubled! Brine them here, though the night be dark nd lonely and their hearts are torn with fear, show them the guardian pine tree pointing skvwnrd as of yore. nd below the glowing camp fire, the Great Snirit watching o'er. Tell them beauty Iii s arcund them, f thev seek it they shall find, and to glorify their every task if thev but bear in mind to be trustworthy in lit tle things there can be none too small, true happiness, will follow, sweet recompence for all. RETURNS TO SFRVICE TIRE COMPANY AS OWNER Glen L. Evans Purchases Interests of Herman Witteborg —Retired When Called to Service. Glen L. Evans has again assumed charge of thc Service Tire Co.. which establishment he founded. Mr. Evans when called into service several months ago. turned the business over to Mr. Herman Witteborg. Mr Witteborg was in the business until the present. Mr. Evans is a progressive young business man. He thoroughly under stands thc business he is cngneed in and always renedcrcd splendid serv ice. He is a first class mechanic and automobile owners will be pleased to see him back in business. will Mr. gon, 30 good what land lire and that Dreadful Cough Cured. A severe cold is often followed by a ft)ugh cough for which Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has proven especially valuable. Mrs. F. W Olsen, Marys ville. Mo., writes: "About two years ago my little boy Jean caught a se re cold and coughei'. dreadfully for days. I tried a number of medicines hut nothing did him any good until I gave him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It relieved his cough right away and before he had finished taking one bottle he was cured, think it is fine for children."—Adv. Meek Appoitned Deputy Attorney. Judge Curtis llaydon has appointed Judge Frank E. Meek deputy county prosecuting attorney. We understand that Judge llaydon and Judge Meek will form a law partnership. for For Monday, March 3rd—1 raders I Vi'.v—we will have one more shipment | of fine pattern hats: also pine apple straw sailors. M. E. Gilgan-Sarchet, | Main street, below Saratoga Hotel. WE LOAN our own money and guarantee quick action and reasonable rates BoiseTitle& Trust Co CAPITAL *100.000.00 214 North 8th St. Boise, Idaho NETHERLANDS FURNISH A GRACIOUS HOSTESS (C/ The. arrival of Jonkheer J. T. Cremer. minuter from the Neth erlands to the United States, meant the addition of another charming hostess in the diplo matic circles of Washington. Mme. Cremer has already made a place lor herself In social affairs. JOHN R. DERIG DIED AT TACOMA FEBRUARY 21 Father of M. J. and Will E. Derig of Caldwell Passes Away After Short Sick Spell. John R. Derig died February 21 at Tacoma, Wash., after a week's sick ness. Death resulted from bronchial penumonia. Mr. Derig was 64 years and 10 months of age at the time of death. The funeral was held Monday last at Weiser, Idaho. Deceased was the father of M. J. and Will E Derig of Caldwell. Other sur viving children are Mrs. Ernest Lewis, Miss Agnes Derig of Boise. Mr. Derig was born at Madison, Wis., March 29, 1854. He was post master for four years from 18R4 to 1888 at White Lake, S. D., later lived at Emmcttsburg, Iowa, and moved to Tacoma a few years ago. Mr: and Mrs. M. J. Derig and Mr. Will Derig were at Weiser Monday to attend the funeral. BURNS MAN WELL PLEASED WITH BOISE VALLEY R. W. Hibbard Will Go Into Dairy Business Later—On Experiment Farm for the Coming Year. R. W. Ilibbard who came to the Boise Valley a couple of months ago I with a view of locating is very well pleased with the valley and intends remaining. H e is on the state experi ment farm for the coming year but will buy a farm next year or sooner. Mr. Hibbard came from Burns, Ore gon, where he had made his home for 30 years. "The Burns country is one of the finest in the northwest," said Mr. Hibbard, Saturday. "It is every bit as good as the Boise valley, except in climate. You people here can see what irrigation has done. The same could be done at Burns. We have the land and the water, but water rights lire hopelessly tangled up in litigation and conflicting priority rights, t fear that thc water question may never be satisfactorily settled. Fought for 30 Years. "I fought the water question there for 30 years. Some years I did ex COMING! BIG DOLLAR SPECIAL In order to advertise our new methods in FRENCH DRY CLEANING, we are giving you this extra ordinary offer for THREE DAYS ONLY | | March 3, 4 and 5 $1.00 1.00 . 1.00 . 1.00 Men's Suits, French Dry Cleaned Men's Overcoats—Light French Dry Cleaned Ladies' Jacket Suits—Plain French Dry Cleaned Ladles' Dresses—Plain French Dry Cleaned All garments will be thoroughly cleaned and delivered in First Class Condition. Satisfaction Absolutely Guaranteed. Troy Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co* Phone 250. May Our Driver Call ? Traders' Specials MONDAY, MARCH 3 t Durable wash boiler, large size, well made, full weight copper bottom, regular value $5.00, special $4.00 Indoor Reel clothes line, special Traders Day 33c Ladies' Burson Hose, regular 35c a pair, Traders Day 2 pair Pearl White Soap, 5 bars for 55c Meat platters HALF PRICE Kalsomine in 5 pound packages, any color 60c Just received two new books. Biltmore OsVvald for che Navy Boys, and Dere Bill in answer to Dere Mable. Prie 75c ■"WILDFIRE" TJML GREY STORY ruruiA* cotton TEN O w FIRE W1L [) F I R K HER NOVELS Ay ZANE GREY The Border Lecrion The Rainbow Trail The Heritage of the Desert Riders of the Purple Sage The Light of Western Stars The Last of the Plainsmen The Lone Star Ranger Desert Gold. Bettu Zane The Snort Stop Now 65 <facoptj Blakes' Variety INC. Store ceptionally well but other years the drought, the grasshoppers or the frost about cleaned the farmers out. What is needed is the adjudication of the water rights and the construction of a good irrigation system and then the Burns country will come into its own." Mr. Hibbard is interested in dairy ing, culture of small fruits and ber ries. He thinks we have a great country and has come among us to stay. Getting Rid of Colds. The easiest and quickest way to get rid of a cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This preparation has been in use for many years and its value fully proven. No matter what remedy you use, however, care must be taken not to contract a second cold before you have recovered from the first one, and there is serious danger of this. A man of middle age or older should go to i>ed and stay in bed until fully recovered. It is better to stay in bed thre c days at the start than three weeks later on.—Adv. We will have a beautiful display of trimmed and tailored hats, commenc ing February 15th. You arc cordially invited to attend. M. E. Gilgan Sarchet. 2-7 2-14 Monday evening the jury in thc case of William and Mary Shaffer against Louis and J. R. Clark, in which the plaintiff alleged a piece of land was sold to them through fraudulent rep resentations, brought in a verdict in favor of the plaintiffs NEWSBOY AMBITION NEARER A PENNANT ^ " i l h A newsboy ambition has been realized. A former New York newsy — George Washington Grant—now owns a major league baseball team—the Boston Na-. tionals. Twenty years ago Grant; sold papers. Then came the roller skating craze—and the movies. He went to London and promoted both. He prospered. Now he has. bought a ball team—and plans on a pennant—and th«t world's cham pionship.