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BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pura No ^Uum— INîo Phosphate Additional Church News INDIVIDUAL NOTES INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON. (Continued from Page Three.) Such a meaning of the church carries with it a priesthood indeed "obedient to the faith"; not onl., faith in the divinity of the Saviour, but in the dl vtneness of His teachings, and above all a faith in the workableness of these teachings to n reasonable end ever increasing degree among men here and hereafter. Such faith among priest and iracles even today, •ould be added unto the laity would work and there church daily many suved from sin even here. nnd joy a life of peace Christianity is an intensely individual matter and Its teachings and failli must move the individual first, last nnd all the time; this seems to be the way that God expects each of us to be "helper" unto the others. Ministers' Association to Meet. The Ministers' association will meet at the Y. M. C. A. rooms Monday at 10:30 a. m. Christian church, will Church rioblems." Rev. Mr. Hobart, of the discuss "Pome Pastors' Notes CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES (Continued from Page Three.) the evening the Young People's Chris ciety will tian Endeavor j with a special program, should attend this service us Everyone and see what our young men and women are doing. On Sunday, March 5. It Is planned to canvass the membership church for the purpose of securing pledges to finance the new budget. All members are requested to be at their homes between the hours of 2 and 6 p. m. This will enable the budget committee to do their work thoroughly and expeditiously. f the Wednesday evening at 7:3ft o'clock a special meeting will be held at the church for the purpose of considering the relation of the church to Us offi cial family. Every mftmber is urgent ly requested to be present. The meeting of the council of women hold on Friday, Feb. 25, was well attended and the very inspirational program was very much enjoyed. inter-church On Wednesday, March 1, at 2:30 p. m., the C. W. B. M. will Mrs. Almond J. Hall, 1208 Fort street. Mrs. J. L. Thompson will be the lead We are glad to note the Increased .interest being taken in this work. with meet er. On Thursday, March 2 at 7:30 p. m., the prayer meeting will be led by Silas Luttrcll. The ladies »f the Fifth district ■ f the aid gathered ;»t the home, of J. R. a fternoon. Their Fruit, tokens <>f love ;ind Till olay ords of eneour voie greatly appreciated by a gement CASCARÏTS SEIL TWENTY MILLION BOXES PER YEAR Lest, Safest Cathartic for Liver and Bowels, and People Know It. They're Fine! Don't Stay Bilious, Sick, Headachy or Constipated. Æm V0*4| 3 i fa Qt-J [WORK WHiLF~vnff sleep! Enjoy life! Cascarct«. Take nnr Keep clean inside with tsvo at night • nd enjoy the nlceai, gentlest liver nnd bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Wake up feeling grand. Your head will be clear, your tongue clean, breath right, stomach sweet and your liver and thirty feet of bowels active. Get a box at any drug store and straighten up. Stop the headaches, bilious speliH, bad colds and had day« -Brighten up. Cheer up, Clean up' Mothers should give a whole < nein ret to children when croeM. bilious, fevci ieh or If longue is coated they lire harmless—never gripe or sicken.—Adv. the pastor and Mrs. Hobart, who present. ■ i <> FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Sunday' Sermons— Morning: The Disciple and His Master." Junior: "What a Lad Gave to Christ." Evening: "A Table Talk With Jesus." The session will meet after each Sunday service and on Thursday even ing t • members by lct • on profession of faith. receive tor The sacrament of the Lord's Sup per will be observed next Sunday morning, March 5. Preparatory serv ice will be held Thursday at 7:30 P* On next Monday evening th<VBroth erhood will hold its February n\ The speaker of the evening is Willsie Martin, D. D. His theme is Bismarck. All men are invited. A full al tendance is desired. ding. Rev. The Woman's Missionary society will hold Its annual praise meeting at the ehunh on Friday evening. In con nection with the program Dr. Donald son has bemi requested to give his il lustrated lecture on "Some Mission aries 1 Have Known." All members and friends are requested to come and bring a generous thank offering. BAPTIST CHURCH. The pastor announces a peculiar and yet practical subject for Sunday morning at 11:30, "People with Para lyzed Wills." This is a very subtle and serious ailment but there Is a remedy. m. the subject will be, er Lights Burning?" A if the power of personal the city and t a church home will re el conic. : 30 p. "Are the Lr consideration At influence, i people wit hr ccive Strangers i cordial The B. Y. P. r. will hold its monthly conquest missionary meeting east room at 6:15. tian Prospects in China." once Watson, leader, tation to all who arc interested in our growing work in China. in the Subject, "Chris Miss Flor A cordial invi The annual meeting of the Women's Circle will he held in the parsonage Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. McReynolds will present "Current Events." Mrs. Rightenour will lend in the discussion of "The chibl at Work for Christ." As this is the time for the mite box opening and election of officers, a large attendance is desired. Mission The executive hoard meets in reg ular session Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Committees for the new year will be announced. Our mid-week service was largely attended last Thursday and the pres ence of the spirit was manifest. As the time draws near for our special meetings, the hour next Thursday will be devoted to definite and we trust expectant prayer. Gome with your requests and lot us believe that those who ask may receive. Rev. R. B. Wright will preach at the Katherine mission tomorrow at 7:30 attendance. Special gospel meetings commence next Sunday evening. There should be a large i Members of the volunteer band for personal work are requested to meet in the east room at the close of the preaching service Sunday evening. The teachers of the adultl depart ment will meet at the parsonage Tues day evening for the study of the leb son. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. It is not tof) much to say, that the mid-winter picnic given under tile aus pices of the Sunday school was one of i he most successful social events ever j held in this church. The large pi tint : « taxed to acc ommodate the folk« ! Wj Everybody had a good — One of the most important meetings of the year will he held next Wednes day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the church parlors. It is tlie annual meet f officers of the Fach sec ill present written reports, show ing the work that has been done dur ing the past year. who came, time. ing nnd General Ladies Aid society, tion eloeth on Friday. March 3 the district I meeting ot the Woman's Foreign -Vis sionary society will be held In this church. There will be a forenoon j Kession, a basket lunch at noon and an t afternoon session. An Interesting pro- I gram will be given All ladies inter- j ested in the work of foreign missions will be welcomr. .Section No. 12 of the ladies' Aid so ciety will meet with Mrs. L. A. Garver, 1216 Ellis avenue, at 2:30 u'clock un Thursday afternoon. On Saturday the King - « Heralds afternoon, March 4. ill vlth meet Mrs. Huns J. Roan, ms Puohl I St., time Htndy nfter« arda. for period anil a good Ths Philophtlon class of young women meets on Tuesday evening of next week, Feb. 29, with Miss Grace ! Bennett, 1901 Ridenbaugh street. "Unchurched Areas" will be the ' theme of the minister'« talk at the mid-week service on Thursday even- ; Ing. The banquet given by the mothers to the young men and their guests of Mir. Elam's class on last Monday even- | The minister will speak on Sunday ; morning on the Sixth Commandment, and In the evening on Great Religious Leaders, "John Wycliffe—the Morning Star." ing was a great success. IMMANUEL METHODIST. Sunday morning Immanuel church promises to he unusually attractive. Ellsworth Ellis, the professional bari tone, who Is thinking of establishing a audio In Boise, will sing "Lift Up Thy Heart," by Francis Allitson. Mr. Ellis has sung in the prominent cities of the country. Including Todelo, De troit and New York City, and It will be a privilege to hear him. The pastor will speak about 20 minutes upon "The Biggest He in the Bible." The choir, under the able direction of C. E. Biggs, will render a suitable sacred number also. At 6:30 In the evening C. J. Franklin will speak upon "Civil Engineering as a Christian Vocation." There will be two pieces of special music. The pastor's subjoin for the even ing service will be "Scriptural Con version." Those who heard the spe cial music last Sunday niijht will not miss this service. The General Aid society will be en tertained by Mrs. W. H. Pohlman at the home of Mrs. Eugene llarrisi Looney, 1305 The hostess will boulevard. be assisted by the ladies of the Second division. A special musical recital Is being planned by wa\ of enlertaln Program w ill appear in the pâ ment. pers. The Sunday school will be favored with a solo by Miss Edna Eugenia Pennington and a violin solo by Alice Must the lesson. Mrs. B. F. Neal vill review The i will be a decided li iprovement in tbe appearance of the church bulle tin this week. C. H. Fikkan, a printer of 10 years' experience, will assist the Boy Scouts and direct its publication. If it is ny mote popular than last Sunday's issue you will want a copy. The Woodcraft Indians have enlist ed the required number of candidates por the Papoose degr '— "coups" their were held in jumping. Twelve were won. WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN There will he special music by the chair at the hourV>f morning worship on Sunday. The junior choir is asked to meet for prac tice on Sunday evening in the church, at 7 o'clock. * Thu rsday vonlng, March 2 wilt be regular monthly meeting of officers, in the church at 7:3ft o'clock. The Bible srh ton's birthday u primary were delightfully entertained in the afternoon, the senior department had Us good time in the evening. After Lagrirpe—What? Coughs that "hang on" after lagrippe exhaust the strength and lower vital resistance. F. G. Prevo, Bedford. Ind., writes: "An attack of lagrippe left me with a se\ere cough, thing. it looked as If I would never get T tried Fo'cy's Honey and Tar bottles ured me. back to my normal weight." Folev's Honey and Tar gets right at the trouble. It is a safe, reliable remedy, Whitehead's Drug Store. Adv-T-iTH-S »1 party :is very successful. The l heir Wash ing t-uriis villi the I tried every I lost in veight and got so thin 'el. nd two lam now well and in second-hand FORD. Some good buy i Fords. H. H. Bryant <fc Son. F26 HOME TALENT MINSTRELS PRESENTED AT PAYETTE (Capital News Special Service) FayetL, Feb. 26. A large audience witnessed the first presentation this year of the St. James minstrels, which "'as directed by Charles M. Cassell, All songs and cross-fires were brand new and were certainly appreciated by the packed house which applauded con stantly. Part twi of the piny was a white face comedy of a day in a police court entitled, "Have Mercy Judge." Almost every speech of either the judge or the (attorneys was greeted with bursts of j applause from the house. An act put : on by Mr. and Mrs. Cassell consisting ! ot both instrumental nnd vocal music was exceptionally well received. The second presentation of the play was given Thursday evening and enjoyed fully ns well by the full house Exclusive agents Tor Hiawatha Coal. Western S. G. Co.. 9 & Grove. Ph. 323. tf HOTEL ARRIVALS. IDANHA— H. S. Wilson, Seattle; W. L. Herskey. Denver; S. H. Shannon. Salt Lake; It. N. Standflold, Stand field, I Thomn " Stanford, Carey; Mrs.^V. !.. I^ n , d . er *?, n ' ' Ve i?. fcr; M H - l^ a dw * ; ''' elRer; j ,,ray . At ant ®' E Stevens. St. An t * hony ■ c .' C SUn«on. Pearl; C. SI I Sf ' arB > A. E. Brown. Portland; j Gibbons, Charles The Schumann Quintet PINNEY THEATER MARCH 1 Admission 25c to $1.00 B. Snow, Sanilfleld; K. V. Neeley, Ontario; \V. W. Yeck,' Pocatello. — I BRISTOL—A. E. Farabee, Denver: Mrs. J. M. Curry, New York ; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McKetth, E. W. Cairn Crow, Grand View; H. C. Egelus and wife, Kuna; Oscar Flore, Moran, N. Y.; Vic tor Harris, George Harris, Chicago; Albert Piety, Pocatello; W. A. Reed, Payette; VV. M. Craig, Kuna; Peter Steele. Silver City; Mrs. J. \V. Hays, 1 Mrs. E. R. Love, Glenns Kerry; R. A. I Will, Spokane; J. B. Anderson, Seattle; L. A. Campbell, Aberdeen, Wash, I DON'T SCOLD FRETFUL OHILDREN That nervousness, fretting and rest lessness is no doubt caused by worms or constipation. Instead of whipping or scolding, give your child a treat ment of Kickapoo Worm Killer. Nice candy confections that kill the worms and are laxative enough to move the bowels and expel not only the worms ! but accumulated poisons. These pol- I sons and worms bring on fever, make children nervous and Irritable, redtlee I their vitality and make them victims of sickness. Get a box of Kickapoo Worm Killer today at your druggist. adv only 25c. Once tried always used: HIAWATHA COAL, phone 323. Western S. & G. Co. « One Year Ago in ths War. Feb. 26. 1915.—Allied fleet continued the bombardment of the Dardanelles: Sir Ed ward Grey declared England in s.vi pathy with Russia's ambition to r^arb the sea through Turkey; British cabin t discussed Presi dent Wilson's proposal on food embargo; Russians forced Ger mans hack on western front of Vienna reported con tinued Austrian victories in eastern Galicia. o . Warsaw: • I r* GOOD LUMP COAL $5.25 at Bins; $5.75 delivered. 2058-W Phone F20 In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 'T feel It my duty to write n word in ' praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem- I edy," says Mrs. Wallace Hayes, Water- | ville, N. Y. "It was used in my house- I hold as much ns twenty years ago. ! When my children, ryv.v grown up, | w ere small I kept a bottle of it In the i house all the time. It always cured my I children of croup, colds and coughs. I have also used it myself with equal- ; ly good results. It Is the only cough : modioine we ever use." Obtainable everywhere."—Adv. T. Th. S • GROWN TREES ■ ENGLISH WALNUT TREES special hardy kind for Idaho. early, large nut3. j Finest kind of shade tree. J. F. LITTOOY Box 1408, Boise, Idaho. Consulting Horticulturist. Licensed and Bonded Nurseryman. | -Stocky, vigorous and well-rooted fruit, shade and ornamental trees of all kinds. * ITALIAN PRUNE TREES Large assortment, stocky trees, low , prices. I The Grafted and bears 1 3E3K* v/*v & % i ■» tUStrZv* pao fit* tn « i Drainage and Irrtcrr.tlon ditches are eu-lly made and cl* uied out with this improved light draft cllte.hlug machine. Makes Y-shapoditch wi'h a slope of 41» <lcr*rees—sides won't cave in. Un equal d for Wll-sftio work.rosui grrd ing. terracing, building rice levees and borders. Reversible—easy to opera le. All Steel, Simple, Practical No$vhe«l& Lh*» 8 a llfptttne-. QuU-kly priys for Itself. Priva only < lovers tobronk * of fix. set -fifth of hi* clumsy hiiniH work. Th<-vsand* of saiisflud users throughout tho L'u1t<*d States. - e Sold On 1 0 Days' Trial with money-back «naraiitef. W free Illustrated booklet and full pa~ti todt» y for OWE4SBOBO DITCHES & GRADER C0.,lrx. V, stern launch 252 K* ans Biouk. Denver, Col. £ 3 3f m ftr * CAN BE CROWN 8 ^ Prlces a«*!«»* All Othars "SgVjï I Will Rive a lot of new ■/all so'ts free with every order I fill. Buy aud test. Return If not O. K.—money refunded. Big Catalog FREE Over 7t*ù illu«traflon« of vege tables and flowers, bend your« and your neighbors' addresses. R. H. SHUMWAY. Rockford, 111 a aer You can be sure of the highest possible price for Hides, Furs, Pelts, Eic. If you ship to the old relish!« i Rorthwsstarn Hide and Fur Co. i t»t. 1890 HlMMpollt, Minnssata land for qaatotloo pries list and catalof of "„rappers Supplies. We glre e good lock »sich fob free for evorj .blpmen» or purcbæe of «1.00 Kelereoce: Any benk In Minneapolis over« I UP-TO-DATE-FARMERS INSTALL ' WATER SYSTEMS j There are numerous k ind., some good other« belter, and one BEST. Write THOS. 1. ROSS. Portland. Ore., who will tell you free ot charge, of the ONE BEST It is important to you. M.ke no mis take. Post yours.il and have no regrets. i ■ Every Farmer Could Have an Automobile ! 1 j ■ •ould cultivate his soil thoroughly If every farmer as to increase his crop yield per acre. Few Idaho fields are producing what they 8hould produce. Better farm returns are secured at less labor by the use of better Implements of planting and cultivation. Increased returns mean profits, automobiles nnd better living. These are some of the tools needed in the best nnd most economical system of farming, and we have a full line of them always In stock. i FAMOUS JQHN DEERE PLOWS FOR BOTH TEAM AND TRACTOR. Plow« Harrows, Dise Harrows Cultivators, Planters Binders Mowers Rakes Hay Tools Spreaders Grain Drill and Seeders Land Rollers Farm Scales Farm Trucks Wagons and Vehicles I See Us for Bargain Prices on Certain Implements Remember that we carry a complete line of repairs for our line of farm machinery. This is an important considera tion when buying, for we can replace any part.immediately. Get Our Special Prices on Cream Separators John Decr^ Plow Co. 9th & Grove sts Boise, Idaho A pistol carrying a enough to d the handle of a new pocket knife. Prices right on HIAWATHA COAL, uch harm is built into rbone 323. Lump $7.50. stove $7. cartridge large tf A $200 GRAFONOLA Choice Circassian walnut, with plenty records— HDWATHA lump, ?75ft; stove. $7; nut, $6.50. Western S. G. Co. 9 & Grove. ONLY $120 Bristles that can he removed and re nevved feature a new tooth brush. This includes attachment to play all kinds of records. THE BOISE El LE RS MUSIC HOUSE, F29 822-824 Idaho Street, Boise. Idaho. Manicuring—Owyhee Hotel Bnrher Shop.—Adv. ! The Nudité Table Lamp 250 CANDLE POWER The Nulite Lamp Is pronounced by every Dne who has seen it, the last word in gasoline lamp perfection. It is beautiful, neat and con venient, attractively finished in nickel. It pro duces a powerful white light of a quality un equaled except by sunlight. Light is adjustable and cannot clog—60 hours on one gallon of gasoline. It saves time and money for the user, adds comfort and cheer to the home. Price $8, includes lamp and all equipment packed, 10 lbs. gross, add postage if ordered shipped by parcel post. Use this lamp 10 days and if not satisfied, returned lamp and your money^will be refunded. fffl ! I j ! A mmk. THE SAFETY SUPPLY HOUSE 110 North 12th Street, Boise, Idaho. GASOLINE LAMPS, LANTERNS, IRONS AND MANTELS. BEFORE BUYING SEED BE SURE TO GET A COPY OF OUR SEEDS. 1916 SEED CATALOGUÉ IDAHO COAL & SEED CO. k 8TH&OPOVFST j \BOISE- IDAHO/ IDAHO COAL & SEED CO. A. L. Lee, Mgr. Eighth and Grove £ts., Boise, Idaho. "One Block South of Overland Corner." Distributors for BLATCHFORD'S CALF MEAL, CYPHERS INCUBATORS and MANDY LEE INCUBATORS. 3 l-G' ■ j I St. Joseph Live Stock Serum Co. Producers of Highly Potent and Reliable j Anti Hog Cholera Serum Under U. S. Veterinary License No. 46 Our serum is manufactured in a state where the foot-and-mouth dis ease has never existed. Distributed in Idaho*- through the State Veterinary Department at Boise, Idaho. Write or wire your orders to State Veterinarian. PK rees of AIÎ Kinds ^ st 0 ^- ; low prices. Full assortment of Fruit and " Ornamental Tress, Forest Treo Seedlings, Small Fruits, Grape Vines. Flov/ering Shrubs and Roses. A Fc-v Prices: Apple 6c; Peach 8c; rium. Pear «nd Cherry 13c eeeh, all fv> fled; Concord Grapes. $2 per ICO. Freight paid oa tree o nd plant orders of >UI or more. „ . , .. , , Field, Garden and Flower Seed °' field nnd garden. Full lino of Vegetable and Flower Seed«. Seed Cora, Oita, bur. y. Millet, f.orjlhu.u. Alfai'a. Clovers o' a.l kindä. Gras« Seeds. Mianesotc-grow a Seed Potatoes. Our seeds comply strictly witii the state laws in regjid to purity and germination. Our IT'lK Illustrated Gardaa Book Is ready. It list« both tree« anti seeds. It will help you in planning your Field. Orchard and Garden Planung. Writ© for jcvr oopy. 100,000 Custair.srs On Our List iv •'vSi ■uV y mmn NURSERIES * SEED H0USË nr 237 -UTUCL NEB. 1916 Sarrten Book Free ■ Live Stock Shipments Consigned to us at Union Stock Yard», North Portland, Ore., receive our prompt attention and expert service until sold and weighed. We operate on both the Portland and Seattle markets. Let us sell your cattle, hogs or sheep on the highest m arket. Consign shipments to WILLARD COMMISSION CO. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS NORTH PORTLAND, OREGON m V J# • la* ë Keep your horses working for you— in the field— not in the stable eating their heads off. Get the utmost in production from your cows. Keep all farm animals thrifty by using the Korinek Veterinary Tonics and Remedies. See your dealer. Writ* far FREE ADVICE about your Sick Animals. KORINEK REMEDY CO.. Kenton Sta. PORTLAND, ORE. (14) Uattaa 97 -iii Preparedness Now is the time to pre pare for hog cholera. After wintering y Our hogs you cannot afford to lose them. The proper and safe way is to immunize your herd be fore cholera gets into it. This can he done safely and cheaply by using the Yeo Imans-Miller Co.'s Anti-Hog Cholera Serum. Manufactored at Boise, Idaho. LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION Patronize the old reliable horns Industry. Meridian Spray Mfg. Co. Live Stock Breeders BLUE RIBBON HERD REGISTERED DUROCS Young boars large enough for service. Open gilts and bred sows for sale. Write for pedigrees and prices. L. Shelman, Springfield, Ida. Red Polled Cattle Beef and Butter The D. L. YOUNG FARMS BOISE, IDAHO SHIRE HORSES SHORTHORN CATTLE G. E. NOBLE, Veterinarian. Street. ijt, r. Boise, Idiho, JERSEY HEIFERS We are offering a choice lot of grade Jersey Heifers. Write for description, breeding and price«. ARDENCRAIQ FARM K. M. C. Neill, Grant'* Pa«», Or*«. Midland Breeding Farms. HEREFORDS I have 50 head of heifer« and heifer calves for sale, bred and open. Also 35 head of young bull«, old enough for light service In spring; 200 head in herd. Addre«» L. L. Young, Prop. Nampa, Ida. PURE BRED DUROC HOGS. FOR PALE—Se\ r en 8-weeks-old out of Boise Beauty's 1st and sired by Peerless; also a 7-months-old boar and six 9-months-old gilts of the same breeding. Will sell Boise Beauty's 1st. bred, and a 16-months-old open sow out of Boise Beauty's 1st. Can furnish papers with all of them. Write for prices or call at Pierce Park, Valley road, Boise. Idaho. I. N KESSINGER BLUE RIBBON BERKSHIRES iv VI ( We are booking order« for «prlng pigs, either «ex, sired by MAC'S ROYAL DELIGHT (211074). vho was bred at Gregory Farm and is a grandson of MASTERPIECE (77000)). ■ Out of sow» carrying the blood j Lord Premier's Rival ($2806). I Champion (112500), 40th ct RItsI's Baron Premier (104000). Grand Master Ird (93489). Tbe dam of «lx of these sows was F'xirvlew Alice Btall Pitt« (99802*. 'an imported Flngllsh bred lotr, Write for prices and description«. AX LI N E 4L McCORMICK. Salmon, Idaho. BIG BIG TYPE QUALITY MEDIUM Poland Chinas Stock for sale at all time*. Top animals at reasonable prices. Grcenleaf Stock Ranch Wilson Bros., Props. Greenleaf, Idaho J Mr«. H. F. Haynes of Shoup, Ida. Haa a few choioo White Wyandotte Cockerels For Sala. Her stock Is one of the heaviest laying strains of the world. They v on first prize for American White Wyandottes in the second lading contest at Storrs, Conn. The pen averaged to lay nearly 200 eggs each, and none laid leas than 170. Price $10 and $15. WANTED Your orders for Fruit, Shade and ornamental Trees, Shrub«, Roses, Vines, etc. Our stock is com plete. and we are In a position to fill your wants with Al stock. Send us your order and be con vinced. Idaho Nursery Co. ' WEISER. IDAHO Local and District Agents Wanted.