■OG RECEVTS ME
HHW mis WEH
les Being Offered in
rge Quantities at the
Hog receipts have been especially
heavy this week, five cars having been
sold in the city thus far. Chickens ar3
also very plentiful and the supply >f
ducks and geese Is fair. Apples are
being offered In large quantities, but
are not selling rapidly, most dealers
having purchased their winter supply.
The hay and grain and the vegetable
and fruit markets are normal with
prices steady. Eggs continue scarce
and ranch butter receipts are fair.
Prices remain unchanged today and
are as follows:
Wholesale Merk ere.
Vegetables—(Corrected dally by the
Capital Brokerage and Commission
company)—Lettuce, 10c per pound
cabbage, 85c0$l per cwt.; potatoes, BO
075c per cwt.; beets, $1.7601.50 per
cwt.; turnips, $1.25 per cwt.; onions,
9Oc01.15; pumpkins and squash, 75c0
$1 per cwt.; celery, fancy, 75c; choice,
65c per dozen.
Local fruits—(Corrected dally by the
Falk grocery)—Apples, 6Oc075o per
box pears, 76c0$l per box.
EfgC honey and ranch butter
Fresh ranch eggs, per case, $12
honey, per case, $1.40; ranch butter,
17c per pound.
Dairy produce—(Corrected dally by
the Jensen Creamery Co.)—Creamery
butter, solid pack, 33c; prints, extra;
cream, per gallon, |1; milk, per gal
lon, 10c; per hundred pounda, $1.70;
butter fat, 33c per pound.
Livestock—(Corrected dally by the
Boise Butcher company)—Cows, $3.73
@4.76 cwt; steers, $4.7505.60; fat hogs,
$6.5006 75 cwt.; medium,' $6.50 cwt.;
stock hogs, $6 cwt.; wethers, $3®
3.50 cwt.; spring lambs, $2.5003
per head; hens, 9010c; spring chick
ens, $304 per dozen; turkeys, 15c per
pound live weight; geese 8c per pound
live weight; ducks, 9c live weight
12%c per pound dressed; breakfast
bacon, 18c; ham, 17c; lard, tierce base,
13c per pound.
Hay and grain—(Corrected dally by
the Central Commission company)—
Alfalfa, $809 per ton, baled; loose, $70
8.60; loose timothy, $10012; baled, $11
©12; clover, baled, $10011 per ton
wheat, $1.2001.25 per cwt.; oats, $1.05
01.10 per cwt.
(Corrected dally by TV. J. Campbell &
Potatoes, per cwt., $1.00; celery,
6 and 10c bunch; cauliflower, 10c per
pound; leaf lettuce, 10c per lb.; green
peppers, 20c per dozen; spinach,
10c pound, 3 for 25c; head lettuce,
15c pound; winter radishes, 5c bunch;
radishes, 6c bunch; new onions,
2 bunches for 5c; new turnips, 5c per
bunch; new beets, Be per bunch, new
carrots, 5c per bunch; cabbage, 2c per
pound; sweet potatoes, 6c per pound;
onions, 3c per pound; pumpkins, 2c per
pound; squash, 2c per pound; rutabaga
turnips, 2c pound: parsnips, 3c
per pound; cucumbers, 15c each.
Local fruits—Apples, 7bc, $101.15;
poaches, White Cling, 20c per basket;
85c and $1 per crate; tomatoes, 3c In
canning lots; green tomatoes, 2c per
pound; pears, 15 0 25c per basket, $1.50
per box; Michigan Concord grapes, 45c
per basket; pears for canning $1.250
1.50 per box; White Cling peaches,
75c per crate.
Tropical fruits—Oranges, per dozen,
30 to 65c; lemons, per dozen, 40c;
bananas, 3 pounds for I6c; cut oft
bananas 15c per dozen; California
grapefruit, 2 for 26c; cocoanuts, 100
xtc each; Mexican limes, 20c par
dozen; Tokays, 50c box; California
ripe figs, 16c per doz.; Florida grape
fruit, 15c each; persimmons, 5®10c
each; pomegranates, 5®10c each.
Bggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
per dozen, 40045c; storage eggs, 35c;
eastern creamery butter, 35c par
pound; local creamery butter, 40c;
ranch butter, 30®35c; honey, 16c
Sugar and lard—Sugar, per hundred
pounds, $6.65; lard, per 10-pound pall,
$1.76; 3-pound pall, 60c; 6-pound pall,
Fish—Halibut, 20c; salmon, 20c per
pound; kippered salmon, 25c per
pound; brook trout, 60c per pound;
flnan haddle, 26c per pound;
salmon trout, 30c per pound; craw
fish, 60c dozen, crabs, 25 and 35a;
clams In shell, 12 %c per pound; loo
ster, S5c per pound.
New Tork oysters, 85c quart; select
oysters, 60c quart.
Poultry—Hens' 20c; ducks. 20c;
geese, 20c; frys, 35c to 60c; roasting
chicken, 20c per pound; turkeys, 25c
pound. Country made sausage, 20c
per pound; Brookfield sausage, 25c per
pound; Jones' Dairy Farm sausage, J5c
per pound; frankfort sausage, 25c per
Chicago, Nov. 13.—Cattle—Receipts,
7500 head; market, generally steady.
Beeves, $5.25010.65; Texas steers,
steers, $4.3005.60; wc-tern steers,
35.5009; Stockers and feeders, $4.100
7.10; cows and heifers. $2.7007.30;
Hogs—Receipts, 25,000 head; mar
ket slow, steady. Light, $7.1507.80;
mixed, $7.3007.95; heavy, $7.2007.95;
•d UuuM-bMli the raw plaça«— «top« the tick*
upland id for oolds, catarrh, sore throat, «te. Pla
ant and pora, Ow IS mllllon tube« already «o..
Get Kondon's. in sanitary Mr or Me tubes. Iloney
hark If It faite. At drahtet «very*----
C ATARR H Al
. J F l I A
IX S. Department of Agriculture,
WILLIS L. MOOKE. CJiiat
Boise, Idaho, fab
Nov. 13 , 19 / 2 . Fin''
. 02 *
3 0 0
zldlan time. Air presanre reduced to ses level.
Isosars (continuous lints) pass through pointa
of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines)
pass through points of equal temperature; drawn
only for rero freezing, 90°, an C 100°.
o clear; Q partly cloudy; % cloudy;
® rain; © snow; ® report missing.
Arrows By with the wind. First figures, lowost
temperature past 12 hours; second, precipitation
of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours; third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
FORECAST TOR BOISE AND VI
CINITY—Fair tonight and Thursday.
DAILY REPORT—Highest tempera
ture yesterday. 58; lowest temperature
this morning, 40; mean temperature
CONDITIONS—The area of low
barometric pressure that was central
over western Missouri yesterday morn
ing has Increased somewhat In Intens
ity and moved northeastward, this
morning, being central over Lake Eric, j
It has caused light rain or snow In the |
rough, $7.2007.40; pigs, $4.5006.60;
Sheep—Receipts, 40,000 head; mar
ket slow. Native, $3.4004.50; west
ern, $3.5004.35; yearlings, $4.60 0
6.70; lambs, native, $6.4007.25; west
Omaha, Nov. 18—Cattle—Receipts,
2900 head; market, steady. Native
steers, $5.7509.75; cows and heifers,
$3.7506.75; western steers, $508;
Texas steers, $4.5006.35; cows and
heifers, $3.5006.50; canners, $30
4 25; stockers and feeders, $4.750
7.50; calves, $109; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs—Receipts, 9600 head; market
steady. Heavy. $7.6507.76; mixed,
$7.6007.70; light, $7.5007.70; pigs,
$6.2507.50: bulk, $7.6507.70."
Sheep—Receipts, 27,000 head; mar
ket, slow, steady to easier. Yearlings.
$4.5005.50; wethers, $3.7504.50; ewes,
$3.5004.25; lambs, $6.5007.35
Portland. Nov. 13.—Cattle—Steers,
prime, 1707.25; good to choice. $6.250
6.50; common to fair, $5.5006; cows,
top, $6 06.25; fair to good, $4.500
5.50; calves, best, $708.50; heavy, *61
©6.50; bulls, $3.5005; stags. $4.500
Sheep—Top wethers, $4.5004.85; I
fair to good, $304; ewes, best $3.50® |
4; fair to good, $2.7503.25; yearlings, j
$404.75; lambs, best, $5 0 5.86; com-!
Hogs—Best, $7.850 8; common to ;
Portland Grain and Hay.
Portland, Nov. 13.—Wheat—Track i
prices: New—Club, 79c; blucstem,
810 82c; fortyfold, 7S0 79c; red Rua-1
slat), 76c; valley, 79c.
Flour—Patents, $4.30; straights, 1
$3.7003.90; exports, $3.6003.70; val- !
ley, $4 30; graham, $4.20; whole wheat, I
Hay—Track prices: Eastern Ore
gon timothy. $16018; alfalfa. $12013; I
grain hay, $11012; clover, $10011.
Oats—White, $26027; feed, $24025
Barley—Brewing, $27 0 28; feed, $25
@26 per ton.
Mlllstuffs—Bran, $210 22 per ton;
middlings, $29 0 30; shorts, $23024:
rolled barley, $270 28.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago. Nov. 13.—Wheat—Decern- '
her, 88%®S9c; May, 9»%o: July, 3081c.!
Corn—December, 49"s©50c; May,!
49t4c; July, 4974c.
Oats—December, 31e: May, 32%©
8274c; July, 32%03274c.
Pork—January, $18 50: May, $18 10.!
Lard—November, $10.85; December,!
$10.65: January, $10.42*4010.45; May,!
Ribs—January'. $10; May, $9.77 , 4.
New York, Nov. 13.—Bar siher, 1
San Francisco, Nov. 13.—Bar silver,
Butter, Eggs and CHeeae.
Chicago, Nov. 13.—Butter—Steady.
Creameries, 2803214c; dairies, 29030c.
Eggs—Firm. Receipts, 2408 cases;
at mark, cases Included, 22 0 25c; or
dinary firsts, 2 3 74c; firsts, 2674c.
Cheese—Steady. Daisies, 17 740
17'4c; twins, 1684017c; young Ameri
cas, 1684017c; longhorns. 1684017c.
Potatosa and Poultry.
Chicago, Nov. 18.—Steady. Re
ceipts, 50 cars. Michigan. 48053c;
Minnesota, 47050c; Wisconsin, 45©
Poultry—Alive steady. Turkeys, 16c;
chicks, 11c; springs, 12%c.
Sugar and Coflss.
New York, Nov. 13.—Sugar—Raw,
steady. Muscovado, 8« test. $3.55:
centrifugal, .96 test, $4.05; molasses
sugar, .89 test, $3.30 Refined. steady.
Coffee—No. 7 Rio, $l4.87c. Fu
middle Mlssisippl and Ohio valleys
and lake region. High pressure over
lies most of the country west of the
Mississippi river, causing generally
clear weather except In the middle
and upper Mississippi valley and
northwest, whore light precipitation
occurred. Since yesterday morning
the temperature has fallen decidedly
in the middle and lower Mississippi
valley, while In eastern Tennessee an 1
tures, firm; December, $13.63; March,
New York, Nov. 13.—Cotton—Spot
closed quiet. Middling uplands, $12.20;
middling gulf, $12.46. No sales.
New York, Nov. 13.—Prime mer
it) mile paper, 6 per cent. Sterling ex
change, easy, with actual business In
bankers' bills at $4.8115 for 60-day
hills, and at $4.8540 for demand. Com
mercial bills, $4.8075. Money on call,
firm, 67406 per cent; ruling rate, 674
per cent; closing bid, 5 74 per cent;
offered at 6 per cent. Time loans
steady; 60 days, 6 per cent; 90 days,
58406 per cent; six months, 574 per
St. Louis, Nov. 13.—Wool—Steady.
Territory and western mediums, 21®
25c; fine mediums, [email protected]; fine, 13
Boston, Nov. 13.—The demand for
domestic wool Is lessening, although
sales continue above the average.
Values are well maintained and hold
er's In some cases have marked up
their goods. It is estimated that 75
per cent of the 1912 clip has been
transferred to the mil's.
The demand for Montana wool,
both graded and In original bags, con
tinues good, while Ohio fleeces of mi
nor grades sell well. Considerable of
these grades fell well. Considerable
of these grades have changes hands
recently, while a good demand for
Texas stock is reported. Scoured ba
Texas—Fine 6 to 8 months, 55©
58c; fine 12 months, 63©65c; fine fall,
California—Northern, 51®52c; mid
dle county, 48©50c; southern, 47048c;
fall free, 48 050c.
Oregon—Eastern No. 1 staple, 640
66c: eastern clothing, 60c; valley No.
Territory—Fine staple. 66067c;
fine medium staple! 64065c; fine
clothing, 60062c; fine medium cloth
ing, 57 0 59c; halfblood combing, 62®>
64c; three-eighths blood combing, 57
058c; quarterblood combing, 53055c.
Pulled—Fine A, 60e; A supers, 56
DARKENS THE HAIR
A Simple Remedy Gives
Color, Strength and
Beauty to the Hair.
You don't have to have gray hair or
faded hair if you don't want to. Why
look old or unattractive? If your hair
Is gray or faded, you can change It
easily, quickly and effectively by using
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Rem
edy. Apply a little tonight, and In the
morning you will be agreeably sur
prised at the results from a single ap
plication. The gray hairs will be less
conspicuous, and after a few more ap
plications will be restored to natural
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also
quickly removes dandruff, leaves the
scalp clean and healthy, and promotes
the growth of the hair. It la a clean,
wholesome dressing, which may be
used at any time with perfect safety.
Get a flfty-cent bottle from your
druggist today, and see how quickly 't
will restore the youthful color and
beauty of your hair and forever end
the nasty dandruff, hot. Itchy scalp
and falling hair. All druggists sell it
under guarantee that the money will
be refunded If you are not satisfied
after fair trial. Agent Chaa. L. Joy ft
In some places in the Rocky moun
tains it Is considerably warmer. Else
where the temperature has not
LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE
WHERE—Boston, 46: Buffalo, 44:
Chicago, 42; Denver, 3ft; Dos Moines,
32; Duluth, 28; Galveston, 58; Hatter
ns, 56: Havre, 30; Helena, 36; Huron,
22; Jacksonville. 6ft; Kansas City, 34;
Knoxville, 58; Lewiston, 4ft; Louis
ville, 50; Memphis. 46: New Orleans,
66; New York, 58; North Platte, 30.
Real Estate Transfers.
W. C. Annett et ux to Anton Glen
apfl, $3000; northeast quarter of south
east quarter of section 26. township 3
north, range 1 east.
Martha A. Smith to Koll Brothers, $1;
lots 17 and 18, block 12, Dudler addi
tion to Boise.
Olive E. Packenham et ux to Abble
Telitha Haglcr, $2000; 2 74 acres in
southeast quarter of section 33, town
ship 4 north, range 2 east.
Charles Moore et ux to E. D. Sili
con ct ux, $1; lot 3, block 1, Moore's
addition to Boise.
Edward Seaton to C. H. Edwards, $1;
lots 7 and 8, block 4, Daly addition to
For dental work, Dr. Buttner, 403
Idaho Bldg. Phone 720. Dll
If your watch passes tnrougn our re
pair department and does not give sat.
isfaction we will give a new move
ment in exchange.
CON W. HESSE, Jeweler.
• • • •
The man who Ol.'GHT TO
OWN IT will come around and
look over your property soon
after you commence to adver
tise It in the Capital News.
• • ■ • •
I am going to STEIN'S office today
and have them show me STEIN'S AD
They will sell us a home to suit us
on a 50 ft. lot, or as much acreage as
we want, and we only pay $100 cash
and $10 to $15 per month. The places
are all on car line, 5c faro and free
water. LET US SHOW YOU.
Snaps and Trades.
1000 acres of fine land with 2000
inches of free water out of Salmon
river, project Just completed. Yuucau
buy or trade for this in 40, 80 or 160
acres or more, valued at $15 to $25 per
acre, land and water.
WILL TRADE 160 acre stock ranch,
just 25 miles from Boise; wants land
on or near Boise and Jnterurban rail
WILL TRADE 20 or 40 acres, close
In, well Improved, for Boise property
or cheaper land.
WILL TRADE 18-acre orchard, well
Improved, close In; wants stock ranch
or Boise property.
HOMESTEADS, DESERTS, LOCA
TIONS AND RELINQUISHMENTS.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.
109 N. Tenth St. Phone 98-W
Cut tills out It may prove the founda
tion of your fortune.
IDAHO NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Taking effect 11:55 p. ni„ Saturday,
October 12, 1912. Dally except Sunday.
12:00 ill...... Murphy ......41-30 a.m.
9:10 a. m.
12:28 p. m..
. Riverside ...
12:38 p m..
12:5ft p. tn..
.... Hanna ...
1:05 p. m..
.. .Bowmoirt ..
1:30 p. m..
Mill Spur .
1:85 p. tn..
.... Nampa ...
2; 00 p. m..
____ Nampa ...
2:05 p. m..
. Idaho N. Jet.
2:18 p. m..
2: 26 p. m..
.. Middleton .
2 : 35 p. m..
2:50 p. m..
... Summit ..
3:00 p. m..
.. Sand Spur .
3:05 p. m..
.. Bramwcll .
3:20 p. m..
... Emmett ..
8:00 a. m..
.... Nampa ...
8:05 a. m..
. Idaho N. Jet.
8:17 a. m..
8:25 a. m..
. Middleton .
8:35 a. ni..
.... Byrum ...
8: 50 a. m..
... Summit ..
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.... Plaza ...
10:00 a. m..
4: 55 p. m.
4:00 p. m.
C H. EDWARDS, YATES BLDG.
B. F. NEAL, 306-309 SONNA BLK. tf
GUSTAVE KROEGEP. 110 N. TENTH.
FRA\VLEY & BLOCK, Idaho Bldg, tf
J Nat Hudson, Lawyer, 341-2 Sonna Bid
B. P. BRADFORD, LAWYER, OVER
land Bldg. tf
B. W. OPPENHEIM, LAWYER, 609
10 Idaho Bldg.
HUGH E. M'ELP.OY, ATTORNEY
Suite 609 Empire Building. tf
JMEAD, ELLIOTT & HEALY, LAW
yers, 511-12 Overland. tf
RICHARDS & HAGA. LAWYERS,
fifth floor Idaho Bldg. tf
THO.VLiS «' COFFIN— LAWYER.
Suite 317, Idaho Bldr tf
NORMAN M. KUICK, IAWYER,
515-516-517 Overland Blk. tf
S. T. JEFFREYS, 20 years praetice In
western states, 626 Idaho Bldg. tf
CLAUDE W. GIBSON, GENERAL
law practice, 205-207 Mode Bldg, tf
FLOYD C. WHITE—Land and Water
Title Specialist. 453-4 Yates Bldg, tf
MAURICE M. MYERS, LAWYER,
suite 624 Overland Bldg, Boise.
J. W. STAUFFER, 519 IDAHO BLDG.,
15 years practice in Illinois courts, tf
WYMAN & WYMAN, ATTORNEYS.
206-208 Boise City National Bunk, tf
PAUL PIZEY, 304-306 BOISE CITY
Nat, Bank Bldg. Abstracts examined.
B. F. GRIFFITH LAWYER -604-606
Overland Bldg. tf
MARTIN & MARTIN (FRANK MAR
tin and T. L. Martin), attorneys-at
law, room 353 Sonna Bldg. tf
PERKY it CROW, GENERAL LAW
practice, rooms 1, 2, 3, 8 and 9, Bank
Bldg., Boise, Idaho. tf
J. R. GOOD. C. VAUGHAN.
Good & Vaughan, attorneys and coun
sellors at law. Rooms 301-302-303
S. T. SCHREIBER. THE COLLEC
tlon attorney, 208-9 McCarty bldg, tf
BOGART & HASBROUCK—ATTOR
neys at law. Practice In all state
and federal courts. Overland Blk. tf
T. S. RISSER, LAWYER—Corpora
tion. Irrigation, Mining, Probate,
Public Lands. 203-207 Mode Bldg.
Phone 1427. tf
NTSBET & PARAD1CE, ARCHI
tects, 601-604 Empire Bldg., Boise, tf
WAYLAND & FENNELL, ARCHI
tects. Suite 624 Idaho Bldg. tf
TOURTELLOTTE & HUMMEL.
Office on 2d floor Overland Rldg., Boise
AliSTRA' "1 S OF TITLE, IDAHO
Title & Trust Co., 826 Main St. tf
GEORGE CANT, 1518 Main,
pleas*»«! others, why not you.
Baggage Transfer. Call us if in a
hurry. Peasley Transfer & Stonge
CD.. Phone No. 72. Ativ.
BOISE AUDIT CO.. C. VAN DEUSEN,
Box 1143; Bell 432; expert account
ant, scientific systeniatlzer; 609 Ida
, ho building. tf
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
stock in the state. Write for cata
logue and prices Ellers Music
House. Boise. tf
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
IDAHO TRACTION COMPANY
dleton and Cald
: 00 a. m..
Leave Caldwell for Middleton, Star,
Eagle mid Boise—*6:30, 7:20, *8:30,
9:30, lft:3ft, *11:30 a. in.. 12:30, 1:30,
*2:30, 3:30, 4:3ft, *5:30. 0:30, 7:30.
**8:30 anil 10:30 p. m.
•Baggage and express.
••Baggage for Boise and Caldwell only.
In effect Jan. 1, 1912.
I-rave Boise for Nampa—7:00.
10:00, 11:30 a. m., 1:00, 2:30, 4:00,
7:0ft, 8:30 and 10:00 p. re.
I.cave Boise for Meridian—S:0ft,
10:00, 11:30 a. in., 1:00. 2:30, 4:00,
7:00, 8:30 and 11:16 P- m.
Leave Nampa for Boise—7:00,
10:ft0, 11:30 a. m., and 1:20, 2:30,
5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 p. m.
Leave Meridian for Boise—
9:05, 10:35 a. m., and 12.05, 1:35,
4:05. 6:05, 7:35 9:05 and 10:06 p.
6 ; 20 ,
PAYETTE VALLEY RAILROAD CO.
Effective May 27. 1912.
Daily Except Sunday.
No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 No. 4
P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M.
2:45 7:00.....Payette____10:45 6:00
3:05 7:25.... Frultland ...10:25 6:40
3:25 7:50.New Plymouth. 9:58 5:20
3:40 8:03 ..... Falks ____ 9:35 5:05
3:53 8:18..... Letha 9:22 4:52
4:15 8:40..., Kinmett ... 9:00 4:80
Connections with O. S. L. h. R. at
Payette and Idaho Northern R. R. at
BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W.
Harklson, asauyer and chemist. 227
K. 10th. tf
BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE,
assayers, chemists, nc allurgista. A.
C. C. TOBIAS. MERIDIAN. FOR
dates phone 649 at my expense. tf
LINK'S MODERN BUSINESS COL
lege, 1223 Main St., Boise. Phone
1055 J. tf
A. E. LIND, D. C., 6S3 OVERLAND
Bldg. Hours 10-12; 1-7. InU. 1708.tf
' DOKAV ay saves every way! Best!
Suction way! Phone 964. tf
THE PEFLEY CORPORATION, Civil
Engineer and Surveyor, 915 Idaho St
Pl)one 975-J. Box 1401, Boise Idaho.
J. F. LITTOOY, 1908 N. 8th St. Phone
Oil. G E10 LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR,
707 Idaho street. tf
DR. C. K. AH FONG, 210 N. 7TH, 46
years In Idaho. Bo:: 183, Boise. Ida.
DR. CHIN MAN KC\ Chinese Physi
cian. Treats all kinds of chronic dis
eases. 711 Idaho St, tf
710 WASHINGTON ST. tf
MADAM BARADA'S DRESSMAKING
parlors, 617 N. Fifteenth. Phone
1*79 J. tf
.MRS. C. O. BREACH, TEACHER OF
dancing, ball room especially; teach
ers' course ivnd special work for
children. Call room 14, I. O. O. F.
Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden
tial. Secret service In all Its
branches. Investigations and collec
tions made through our agency In any
part of the world. Call Bell 2412-YV.
Address P. O. Box 906 Boise, Idaho.
DR. E. B. CARPENTER, DENTIST.
212 Idaho Bldg. Bell 413. tf
EYE, EAR AND THROAT.
DR. L. WAKÜELL BOECK—Eye, Ear,
No.se and Throat, 315 N. 8th St. tf
DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE
and throat. 417 Overland. tf
DR. ED. E. MAXEY, OCULIST AND
Aurlst, 204-6 Idaho Bldg. tf
DR. R. L. NOL'RbL, EYE. EAR, NOSE
and throat, 406-7 Overland Blk. tf
DR. BRANDT, EAU, NOSE AND
throut, 2ft7-9 Overland Bldg. tf
DK. C. R. HUDGEL, PRACTICE LLM
itc^d to the eye. 607-609 Overland, tf
BOISE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE—
Help supplied on short notice. 227
South loth St. Phone 1478-VV. tf
WE can furnish you help or work on
short notice. Boyd £. Tonkin Em
ployment Agency, 225 So. Tenth.
Phone 941 J. N13
WIDE-AWAKE EMPLOYMENT ÜF
fice, farmers, hotels and contractors.
Any kind of help you want. 206 So.
Tenth St. Bell 825-W. tf
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC.
PIANOS, ORGANS. VIC I KOLAS, ED
Ison's records, violins, mandolins,
guitars, string and band Instruments.
Supplies for all instruments, teach
ers' supplies. Write or call Sampson
Music Co., 815 Main St. tf
» HE PEFLEY CORPORATION, Irri
gation Engineer. Lately with the U.
S. Reclamation Service 915 Idaho
St. Phone 976-J. Box 1401, Boise,
SEE P. Ai. DA V io 1 OK 1'iRE 1NSUR
ance; your patronage solicited. tf
SE-0 WILSON-SMITH, 1007 MAIN
St. Fire Insurance In best Foreign
and Domratlc Companies.
JOBBERS & WHOLESALES
BOISE GAS LIGHT CO.—GAS FOR
lighting, heating and cooking; gen
uine gas coke for fuel; 211 No. Tenth
St., Boise. tf
JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED
plant In the state for all kinds of job
printing. Legal blanke a specialty.
Capital News Publishing Company,
7t7 Idaho St. tf
W. H. R1DENBAUGH DEALER IN
native lumber, Oregon shingles and
flooring, doors, windows, mouldings
and building materials. Main and
Fourth streets tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
W. SCOTT NEaL, larm loan man.
i SHERMAN G. KING, 34 Falk Bldg, tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON CHATTELS.
E. L. Clark, Sonna Bldg. tf
LOAN or borrow your money througii
E. C. Cook, 921 Bannock. tf
TO LOAN—Money, or 1 can loan your
money. Colvin, Merino Blk. tf
LOANS—Idaho Title Æ Trust Co., C.
B. Coxc, Manager, 826 Main. tf
MONEY TO LOAN at 8 per cent. W.
D. McR eynolds, Idaho Building, tf
TO LOAN- $500, $800. $1200. $2000.
Wm. Messersmith, 710 Idaho St. tf
SHORT TIME LOANS IN REAL
estate and chattels, 205 McCarty
Bldg. t f
FARM AND CITY LOANS—Quick
service; best rates. BRUCE & FULD
LOAN A- TRUST CO.. Falk Rldg. tf
INTER MT. MAP CO. 608 OVERL'D. tf
28 OR 35
Quickest and beat me ssenger service, tf
the PEFLEY CORPORATION, Min
ing Engineer and Geologist. Lately
Mineral Inspector T\ s. General
lamd Office, 915 Idaho St. Phone
975-.I. Roj: 1401, Boise, Idaho. tf
IN COMMERCIAL QUANTITY. RE
llable. J. F. Llttooy, Box 1408. tf
Successors to J Q
" A * : SrS ,ciL foW'ï?^
1003 Main Street
DR. U. H. HANDY, MODE BLDG
Phone 396 J. t j
DR. H. D. MORRIS, OSTEOPATH.
631-3-4 Empire Bldg., Boise. tf
DR. MAXWELL, LADY OSTEO
I>ath, 304 Idaho Bldg. Bell 1676.
DR. CHAS. W. KINGSBURY, ROOM
405 Idaho Bldg. Both Phones. tf
DR. S. R. RIGHTENOUR, OSTEO
path. Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg, tf
DR. WALTER S. KINGSBURY', Idaho
Trust Bldg., Cor. 10th and Main.
Phone 337. tt
premises. 908 Main St.
Globe . Optical
Co. Eyes ex
tory on the
RUBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS.
Job Printing. Royal Typewriters.
Boise Book A Stationery Co., 719
Main St. tf
SECOND HAND STORE
POSITIVELY highest price paid for
cast-off clothing, shoes, hats, suit
casts, etc., 617 Main. Phone 1526.
LARGEST STOCK OF CLASSICAL,
popular and standard sheet music.
Ellers Music House, Boise. tf
M. VV. A. MEETS AT MOOSE HALL.
Sixth and Idaho Sts. tf
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE MEETS
every Tuesday night at 8 o'clock In
Moose hall, corner of Sixth and Ida
ho streets. tf
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD MEET
Becond and fourth Wednesdays of
each month at I. O. O. F. hall, 9th
and Idaho Sts. J. J. McCue, Clerk.
11'ANHOE LODGE NO. 3, K. of P—
Meets every Thursday evening at
8:30 o'clock at K. P. hall. 713%
Idaho St. YV. F. Dolan, K. of R. A :S.
FX KORAH TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S., stated meetings held In Masonic
hall, second Wednesday each month
at 7:30 p. m. Chas. O. Nelson, Re
THE BROmmUIOOD OF AMBRI
can Yeomen meet the second and
fourth Thursdays at Odd Follows
Temple, 9th and Idaho Sts. F. J.
Clayton, Foreman. tf
the first and third Tuesdays of each
month at I. O. O. F. hall, 9th and Ida
ho Sts. Visiting Knights are invited
to attend. John M. Ragan, Grand
BOISE LODGE No. 1, A. F.
A A. M., meets oarer y Tues
day at 7:80 p. m. In Masonlo
Hall. Visitors welcome.
CHAS. O. NELSON.
r O. E. Regular meetings
held at Elks' Hall, Sev
enth and Idaho, avoir
W ed n e sd a y of each
month at 8 p. m. Visiting
brothers are cordially la,'
vlted to attend.
CHARLES 8. RATHBUN,
G. A. LATHAM, Secy. tf
CITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL, Y*t*
and Idaho. Dr. F. W. Rising. Pros. U
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