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ROOSEVELT HAS
«BUCAII$ IN
!
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Political Talk in His Favor
Once Branded as Gossip
Is Now Recognized as the
Real Stuff. v
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(Sptcisl to the Portland Journal.)
Washington, Feb. 19.—Washington
is waking to the fact that the talk of
Roosevelt ns the Republican candidate
for president is much more than talk.
At first there was a disposition to
along as mere gossip and
It has suddenly become very
11. Roosevelt lieu ten
oods at
pusa it
"stuff."
vitalized and r<
ants are coming out of the
unexpected places, and they are not all
survivors of the Armageddon band by
Manx ol them
ore epau
f Taft four \ ears
any means,
lets in the service
ago.
mg an uncanny shudder
of tlte old guard. They
This is catsi
in the ranks
* ere
sure that Roosevelt had been
n candidate that they
ch things as have
recently happened. Things were con
sidered so well shaped that they were
ice things about the colonel,
rpose of making It eas
i unie back to the fold.
laid away
thought Impossible *
fu> nig
all fi r the p
1er for him t<
h-ivu !
I
n j
perde ve that he is c<
They
Now they
ith a vengeance.
ins
Lack
told each other that his
. 'IV» !
is a fanciful sug^csth
tins >car
say they are surprised by the develop- I
Massachui
tts and other
ments
State» of th*' cast is putting it mildly.
Political captains here are satisfied
agon is provided
The
that the Roosevelt
with something besides a band,
chain of thought goes back t
Hon dollar dinner in New York a few
weeks ago at the home of (Jury, of the
steel trust. Roosevelt in recent
that bil
speeches has been belaboring the Wil
thc exclusion of
lie is not talking
foreign policy t
almost every topic,
now about the recall of judicial decis
soi
and he is not lambasting the big
corporations.
So. if he has made his peace with
powerful financial interests, and rc-j>«*
tains the enthusiastic support of those
vv ho went down the line with him in
he stopped this year?
distressing prob
1912, how is he t
This is becoming n
lem for defenders of the faith like
dislike the
vhn
and Penrose,
Barnes
taste • r it«»
The Massachusetts Affair.
* f Massachusetts. Un
til the other day it was assumed t lia t
Weeks
Take t m t
have his own
That is the
ay of doing things. Then
came the Ronse»elt bedlam, with four
first class tirü/ingcrs at the head.
ay in his ho
courteous
»'our of the leading men of the state,
three of them
cent years. <
ear-governors of te
forth with the
nouncement that they arc Roosevelt
candidates for delcgates-at-large to
the affair at Chicago, and they are go
ing to be Roosevelt candidates, even if
the colonel calls them bad boys and
a*ks them to quit.
The personalities of these four men
arc worth mentioning. They
wealthy, active and full of fight. Here
they fire:
Grafton D.
h n
ex-lteutenant
governor, narrow!;, defeated for the
tion of governor by Samuel W.
a Taft delegate at
no mi
McCall last yea
Chicago In 1912, a man of large per
sonnl following.
Charles S. Bird, a straight-out pro
gressive, who put the Bull Moose party
in second place in his state as a can
didate for governor in 1913, a man
higli personal standing and universally
respected.
of
P. Gardner, leader of the
fight in Massachusetts for Taft against
ltooscvcit in 1912, a « ungressman and
AUgUstUS
• f Senator Lodge.
Washburn, prominent as
Robert M.
d also
a
a tegular Republican.
only on« of this quartet, it will be
joined the Roosevelt "heresy*
in 1912. They 1
ground.
noted.
unon
told
ughes.
.111st ice
lardner
oiigressina n
why he prefers Roosevelt t
! prefer
Hughes," he .said, "because
what the colonel stands for.
where Justice
Roosev rlt
to
1
No one
stands
Hughes
know s
on any question now before the people.
This is not uttered In criticism of him
—It is a perfectly correct attitude for!
a justice of ihe supreme court but
18 nol an attitude which «111 appeal to
the voters, especially as election day
draws near
•ThCHe are not normal lime.-. The
man elected president thin year prob
abb «ill be at the head of thin nation
at a time «hen all of the hi* nations
ill he able to inoholize 2ft.
000,000 armed men. These nations
will be ruined financially, but we '"111
be rich. It will be a try ing Urne. arJ
want to know the man who is to
president.''
»f Europe
Echoes From Illinois.
On the same day that this opening
gun roared in Massachusetts, there
came dribbling» from Illinois,
men filed nt Springfield as candidates
for delega t
tion from Unde Joe Cannon s district,
and announced lhat they are for
Roosevelt. Another man filed from the
old I^orlmer district, and he, too, Is for
the most prominent citizen of Oyster
Bay.
to the Chicago conven
To Save Poet's Birthplac*.
Boalon. Feb. 26.—Tomorrow will be
the 1<)9th anniversary of the birth of
Henry Wadsworth l.nngfellow, and the
International l.nngfellow society has
suuggested the day as a fitting occa
sion for admirers of the poet and his
work« to mako contributions toward
the fund to save the Donrfellow birth
place In Portland, Me. It ia the hops
of the society to preserve the birth
place us a permanent memorial to the
poet. The house Is mortgaged, how
ever, und uniras the society succeeds In
raising $5000 the coming year the mort -
fuge will he foreclosed and tha ma
norial plans defeated.
Sunday Capilal News!
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at Boise, Idaho, bv
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• f tiers where the
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totiice should have a two-ernt »tamp at
cent is nut sutticient.
All
Boise
V
WANTED.
Fhune 848-W.
\S AN TLD —Poultry.
Mar4c
lt'ANTED—Nursing by practical nurse.
Phone 236UW.
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MAN WISHES any kind of work.
Phone 1774-W.
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write Box 187, Boise
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INCUBATORS—New and second hand !
MIS ;
.uveiey's, 14th ana Mum.
at
by
Dressmaking
ienced dressmaker.
WANTED
exper
2121- W.
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Phone
Mrs.
WANTED—Sewing of any kind.
C. H. Henkel, 1305 E. Jefferson.
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WANTED
or ranch,
street.
Position as cook at camp
K. S. Brooks, 111 Main
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^ • s ' * second hand spray
\ W. Brice, Boise,
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Addres.'
Diitfit.
R. F. D. 2.
harness or
Address 1342,
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J WANTED—«'ows. buggy,
hack, cheap for cash,
re ('a pi ta l News.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice to Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Idaho Building and Loan An
elation of Boise City, Idaho, for the
election of Directors and for such other
t'U»lne*H as tnay come before the meet
wl " be held at the offlee of the
Association (Room 208 Boise City Na
Jtional Bank Building. Boise. Idaho), oq
: • N,on,l » v - Mari " '*• »' 7:30 0 ' i;lork
!'• of Hal '' flny '
A " P roxla " muM ^ ,n wrl, m« anfl
with the Secretary.
* resident,
J. M. H< n.LISTER,
Secretary.
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LEGAL NOTiOE.
Noti;s to Stockholders.
The annual meet.ns of the utoch
holrler* of the Boiee Artesliin Hot *
Cold Water company will be held at
the offlee of the company. Nob. *21-623
Idaho atreet, Botae, Idaho, on Monday.
February 31th, 1816, at 10 o'clock a. m„
for the purpoae of «lectin« a Boa.d of
Director, for the eneuin, year, ind for
the traneactlon of euch other buelneae
aa may properly come before the
C. W. MOORE,
Prealder, t.
meeting.
Attest:
B. S. HOW®, Secretary.
Boise, Idaho, February 14th, 1316.
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ADVERTISING ADVICE.
If ^ou have anthtr.g to sell, a mail
order plan to develop, or If you want
agenta, aa.esman, etc., send for our
latest advertising directory of news
paper and magazine combinations. The
benefit of our IT years' experience aa
Mall Order Specialists, free advice, ar.d
criticism of your copy, are at your
disposal.
RUDOLPH GUENTHER, INC,
2$ Broad SL, New York.
wantad
One Cent a Word Each Insertion« !
No Advertisement Leee Than 15 Oente. I
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for
WANTED—To buy, from owner
cash, 6 or 10 acres, near Boise. Ad
dress Box 1338, Capital News. M2c
YOUR PLUMBING AND REPAIR
ing, price* right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad. 510 State St. tf
scales and other fixtures needed In a j
Address 1336, Capital j
WANTED—Safe, ice box, show cases,
general store.
M2
New s.
WANTED—To hear from owner of
good ranch for sale,
and description,
neapolls, Minn.
Send cash price
D. F. Bush, Min
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woman wants board and room in
private modern home as one of the
family. References. Address
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where debtors are our plan gets the
Write tor booklet, refer
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ence.
Box 853, Boise.
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WANTED—Men-women; $75 month;
government jobs, vacancies con
stantly,
obtainable.
60-M, Rochester, N. Y.
Write for list positions now
Franklin Institute, Dept.
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WANTED — Experienced
wants ran< h work of any kind, but
would prefer dairy ranch. Several
years' experience in dairying and
general fat m work. Capable and in
dustrious; good character; refer
ences. Address 1335, Capital News.
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dairy
man
started a small
A FEW YEARS AGO
mail order business at home in spare
ith a few dollars capital.
I
time
wanted to make $30 or $40 a month,
The net profits the first
Five
evenings.
year averaged $200 a week,
years' work net teil me $50,000.
show vou how to start a small mail
order business. Send today for my
proposition. It's interesting. N
vassing.
N V.
ill
(
can
Heacock, Box 8'»n, l»ckport.
S. O. tf
LOST
Finder please
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L< »ST —Shepherd puppy,
phone 1348M.
with amhef
Capital News
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L')RT—Meerscha im pipe.
Finder return to
Reward.
stem.
office.
MATRIMONIAL.
ealthy ;
(Reliable, successful club.»
Particulars FREE. L. Q. Mission
Unit:, San Francisco. F27c
ill
HUNDRED«, a . ages;
ri nrry
FOR SALE!
LIVESTOCK
Hortet« Cettlo and
Liveatock of every
kind.
FOR SALE—Choice fresh cow,
Randal), near fair grounds.
H. L.
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FOR SALE—Two black, heavy boned
jack», at Ble.ssinger Station, on in
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terurban.
;
FOR SALE or trade, 2 horse»; also two
registered boars. Phone 64-R2. Wm.
Herfurth. M3c
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good eight
months colt for horse. Phone 1902J.
1309 Idaho.
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FOR SALE ON TIME—12 large calves.
10 splendid cow*. Holsteins', Durham,
Red Poll. Jersey,. Phone 16S7-W.
Mchl
SPAN bay geldings, age 5 and 7, weight
2750; a bargain If taken soon. Also
team ba> geldings, weight 2250 lbs.,
cheap. 411 N 9th.
F27
MISCELLANEOUS.
I
(GET your house cleaning materials at
I Kimery's, 816 Idaho St.
F29
GET a right-cut hair cut at the Key
stone Barber Shop, 120 N. 9th.
F28c
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed
Dwight Perkins. 1607, Idatu SL tf
VETERINARY HOSPITAL
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
liou stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble tf
BE A PROFESSIONAL
Stenographer; we teach you In three
months for $30. Paragon School, 306
Sonna.
M17
8TOVE REPAIRS.
We are still headquarters for all kinds
of stove repairs; if we haven't wh*t
you want we can get it. The Com
pany Store. 900-8 Idaho SL
tf
CUT this out for luck.
date and 10c for wonderful horoscope
of y
499 Lexington avenue. New York.
• S. U. Apr 23c
Send birth
r entire life
Prof. Raphael,
TV PtWRITERS.
REN" A REMINGTON—Get perfect
results; visibles $3 for one month;
$7 50 for 3 months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payments
purchase. Remington Typewriter
Co., 256-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise. Phone
138.
apply on
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NOTICE.
OWING to the advance of all material
used in the hlsckamith business, on
and after March 1, 1916, all horae
shoeing will be $2.00
slight advance on some other v ork.
The Blacksmiths of Ada Co. Smith
and Snyder, C. A. Van Loom. C. H.
Lambert, J. H. Cobley, T. D. Giamho,
P. H. Snow, P. G. De Lap. W. P.
Kates and aon. Harry Hai .mond. W.
H. Barbour, G. Lache, Boise, Ida.;
Justin Cllcott, Klncade & Bardwell.
Kagle, Conner A Turpin. Star; N. B.
Orlmmett, UsUck; Adams and Whlte
Jy. Wlsner AfAlgla- Meridian. Feb27
nd up and
wantad
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One Cent a Word Each Insertion.
No Advertisement Lees Than 15 Cents.
WANTED—HELP.
AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex
perienced solicitors who can work in
country. See Western farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS $900-1800,
post office and many other desirable
government positions can be * ob
tallied by citizens over 17 with my j
mail coaching in spare time at small
t *o8t with position or money back ;
guarantee. Write today for free i
booklet, FD 775, giving examination |
details. Karl Hopkins, Washington, i
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D. C.
WANTED HELP—Female
I
FIVE bright, capable ladies to travel,
demonstrate and sell dealers. ^25 to
$50 per week. Railroad fare paid.
Goodrich Drug Company, Dept. 221,
S.O. F27c
Omaha, Neb.
THE Youn^ Woman s Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408-9
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho,
will be glad to assistany young wo
man in finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually in at
tendante. Phone 1546W.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
Bov for ranch work. Phone
WANTED
55-J-l, Monday.
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ABLE-BODIED MEN for firemen,
brakemen. $120 monthly; experience
Address Railway, care
SMT-F29C
unnecessary,
(.'apita I News.
WANTED—Salesmen.
LARGE MANUFACTURER wants
representatives to sell shirts, under
wear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts,
direct to homes. Write for free sam
ples. Madison Mills, 590 Broadway,
New York City. S. O. Apr 2
ITY »SALESMAN experienced in cor-,
respondence school or electrical line«.
Main or sideline. Big income for
hustler. Lends furnished. Bond re
Exclusive territory. Bureau
of Electric Sl^n Engineering, Mil
waukee. Wis.
q Hired.
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SALESMAN—Vacancy Mar. 1st,
perler ced in any line to sell gen ral
trade in Idaho; tnexcelled specialty
Proposition. Commission contract,
$35 weekly for expen: es. Continental
'o.. 210-9 (*ontinental Build
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Jewelry
Ing, Cleveland, Ohio.
FOR RENT—HOUSES
$ 10 .
house,
RENT—Six-room
FOR
Call 232y-J.
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FOR RENT—A modern 5-room bunga
low. Cull 409 Resseguie.
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HOUSES FOR RENT and sale. Boise
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Realty Co., 201 Sonna Blk.
FOR RENT—Five-room modern bun
galow. Hub City Realty Co., 524
ldah0 Bld *
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ROOM furnished house, Including
Well located. Carter Me
piano.
Cart y Bldg.
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FOUR-ROOM house, $13.00; half block
from belt line. H. G. Myera & Co.,
423 Overland Bldg.
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FOR RENT CHEAP—Modern 4-room
apartment with large sleeping porch.
408 Jefferson. Phone 1860J.
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FoR RENT—5 room bungalow', $14, on
East Side; 6-room house, $15, close
in. Carter, Me Cart > Bldg.
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~r* TT , . ^ e
F< ' R . RENT ~^Unfurnished 8 room
brick house suitable for one or two
families. Modern. Inquire 418 No.
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FOR RENT—Good house on 40 acres
near town. Also 6 acres, good resi
dence. close in. Schooler-Starling
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Agency, Overland Bldg.
To permanent tenant, 5-room modern
house, sleeping porch, stationary tub,
range, cellar, $15; four blocks south
of Owyhee. Frank D'Ament, phone
2128-J.
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FOR RENT—Apartments
FUR RENT— 6-room modern, brick
apartment; hot water heat and gar
age; cheap; 909 E. Bannock.
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RENT—Furnished
heat, light, phon
water included.
1869-J.
FOR
apartment;
and hot and cold
H. J. Roan, Phone
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FOR RENT—Furnished
FURNISHED room; beat and bath.
Fifth and State. Phone 363W.
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FOR RENT—Under new management;
first-class rooms at the Albers hotel,
716V4 Main street, Boise. Price «1.50
per week and up. Steam heat and
bath.
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FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—5 acres close in.
2233- W. H. C. Corey,
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WIIL give good chance on 320 acres
1333, care Capital
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heat land.
News.
FOR RENT—Improved 5 or 10-acre
tracts. Inquire Capital Lumber Co.
Phone 732.
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TO RENT-*Good hay. grain and dairy
Good house, barn.
Caah.
Plenty
J. J. Jones, Meridian.
ranch.
water.
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FOR RENT—On shares, an unim
proved 40-acre trad on car line.
Phone 922J or write 1609 hemp street,
Boise.
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FOR HIRE
-A.
SADDLE HORSES for hire
Corral.
Farmers'
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FOR GOOD,SADDLE Horses, and gen
eral livery call Palace Livery, 6th nnd
Front Sts., phone 556.
March $
wantad
One Cent a Word Eaoh Insertion.
No Advertisement Leee Than 15 Cents. No
TO TRADE.
FUR TRADE—Drop head Singer sew
ing machine, for singlfe buggy; 1411
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N. 16th St.
TO TRADE—100 shares Metallic Steel
Tie stock for auto. Address Box 562, j
Nampa, Ida.
.
TO TRADE—Diamond ring and scarf!
pin for twin Harley motorcycle. Ad
dress 1324, Capital News,
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FOR TRADE—40 acres improved land,
crenge near Boise
Give lull particulars and ad
'npital News. F27
for small
line,
dress
«1 car
344, care
TRADE OR RENT—One of the best 2
acre tracts. Just outside Boise city J
* limits. Good buildings. Gross sales
over $430 in 1915. All implements
furnished. Address 1340, Capital
News.
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FOR TRADF—40 acres lhat is bring
ing the money in cash rent. No back
interest or past due mortgages to
assume. Let us tell you more about
this place. What base you to trade?
Box 853, Roise, Idaho.
M17
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
D. L. SELBY, real
insurance.
estute,
loans, 338 Sonna Bldg.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—6-room house
and four lots in Cruzen addition for
sale cheap or trade for automobile.
Address 1331, care Capital News.
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FOR SALE or trade. Eight room
house, six blocks from high school,
beautiful California privet hedge,
shrubbery, will trade for smaller
house. Phone 32, in evening 1009-W.
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FOR SALE
AUTO CARS
FORD TOURING CAR. electric lights
and starter. We also nave some very
good buys in other makes of used
cars. • Bannock Motor Sales Co., 1012
Grove street.
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1915 MAXWELL, run only 3000 miles,
$550; 1915 Maxwell, run 5000 miles,
$500; 1915 Ford. $325; 1915 Stude
baker, electrically equipped, 7-pas
senger, 6-cylinder, $600;
well, run
Maxwell roadster, $275; 1914 Max
well. run 4000 miles, $400; 1914 Buick,
electric lighted, $400. 'Central Auto
Co.. 206 S. 10th.
916 Max
inly 3000 nines, $600; 1914
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SOME BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
.$475.00
. 425.00
. 350.00
. 600.00
. 225.00
. 225.00
Chalmers *.
Buick, No. 17 .
Cadillac.
White Steamer .
Stoddard Dayton .
Reo.
CROY &■ SON.
Main St. Garage.
Boise, Idaho.
1405 Main St.
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FOR SALE
POULTRY.
Blooded breeding atock.
Eggs for Hatching, In
cuba tora,
Foods, General Suppde»
of all klnda.
Brooders,
>
Setting hens. Phone
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WANTED
1838 W.
WHITE WYANDOTTE eggs for hatch
ing from first prize pen at 1916 poul
try show. Phone 2481-J.
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FOR SALE—Six Buff Orpington hens
with rooster. Address 516 Washing
ton street, or phone 435 W.
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EGGS from exhibition barred Ply
mouth Rocks $3 per setting. H. Vil
leneuve, Route 3, Nampa, Idaho.
MSc
FOR RALE—Whits Leghorn eggs. $1
for 15; on bench third house south
of Franklin school. Route 2. Joseph
F29c
B. Estabrook.
ALLEN'S MODEL BARRED ROCKS
Eggs, cockerels and breeding stock
for sale.
Meridian. Idaho.
T. A. Allen.
Mch20c
'rices right.
BARGAINS- Some dandy White leg
horn, White. Rock and
cockerels at $2.
Ump Gulch.
Wyandotte
Eggs. $1.50. Grebe,
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Phone 2407-J.
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I FOR SA LB>— Partridge Wyandotte«,
the beauty fowl. Booking egg or
ders at $1.50 per 15; also one trio at
a bargain. E. T. Smith, Boise, R.
F27c
R. 5.
FOR SALE Ancona eggs and baby
chicks, from prime-winning stock, at
Sheppard's stock direct.
Write John De
M22
1916 show.
Prices reasonable
mond, Boise, Rt. 1.
RALE—Pure bred Partridge
Rocks and White Orpingtons. Con
sistent show winners. Eggs for
FUR
hatching nnd baby chicks supplied in
any quantity. Prices quoted on np
.e*lie L. l.ong. Box 1396,
plication.
Boise.
FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn; '
year's average 176.95 eggs per hen. j
1st. 3rd nnd 4th cockerels. 3rd. 4th I
pullets. Boise Show. 1916. Eggs, f
$8.00 per hun-j
K Wr hundred.
$1.50 per setting,
dred.
Archie M. I-a renn,
Idaho.
$15
Chicks,
Rt. 3, Weiser,!
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e of the heaviest ta.v- |
Ing strains of the world. They won
first prize for American White Wy-ji:3o,
andottee In the second laying con-1
test at Storra, Conn. The pen aver-1
aged to lay nearly 200 eggs each, and I
none laid less than 170. F27c
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PUT THE CAPITAL NEWS WANT *
Ada to work for you. Lei them do
the hard work; "they're uued lo It." j
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MRS. H. F HAYNES of Slioup. Idaho,
has a few choice While Wyandotte
cockerels for sale. Price $10 and $15. |
Her stock Is
$
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No Advertisement Less Than 15 Cents.
FOR SALE—Real Estate
5
HOMESTEADS—Can locate you on
good dry land homestead in south
ern Idaho. See Johnson, 114 S. 16th
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St.
FOR SALE BY THE OWNER—20
acre tract with good house, three
miles from Boise; $200 per acre. Ad
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dress R. D. 2, Box 79.
6-ROOM HOUSE $900.
blocks from car
walks, curbing, sewer all paid;
$125 cash, balance $10
H. G. Myers Co., 423 Ov
PLASTERED,
line ;
50-foot lot ;
per month,
erland.
twi
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FOR SALE -29 acres ail In cultivation,
deeded, water, house, barn, good weli,
all for two thousand dollars, half
cash, take good work team, one thou,
sand, five years time. Address 1802
N. 14 s*. Boise, Ida.
F27c
STOCK RANCH.
With buildings, tools, teams and 1m
Fine location, 160 acres,
feed and fuel. $i*0 per
Will consider small
clear. The
109 N. 10th St.,
Idements
free
ater,
acre takes
house at right price if
Edward Stein Co.
it.
Boise, Idaho.
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FOR SALE
HIGH GRADE paint at Kimery's, 816
Idaho street.
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Address Box
M2 2a
FUR RALE
196, Boise, Idaho.
Pasture.
WALL PAPER—Bargains at Kimery's,
816 Idaho St.
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fHOICE seed rye reeleaned for sale.
Ross Co., 1324 Main.
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FOR SALE—Household goods, canned
fruit; house for rent; 1411 N. 16th
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St.
SEED CORN for sale; Minnesota 13;
5 cents pound. J. J. Jones, Merid
ian, F28c
FOR SALE—Several sets of work har
nearly new.
M2c
weight,
medium
ness,
1213 Grand Ave.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Buggy pole, neck
1915
F28c
yoke, double harness. Call
North Nineteenth.
FOR SALE— Old newspapers, good for
putting under carpets; 25c per 700.
Capital News Offlca.
FOR SAL E—-Wash tubs, boilers,
vashing machines at
F29
wringers and
Kimery's, 816 Idaho St.
FINE top buggy, $40; good Studebaker
runabout $50; dandy mountain hack,
Studebaker, cheap. 411 N. 9th.
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SEED GRAIN—Big Four oats $1.60;
Both extra
Bluestem
good. H. O. NcManimie. Phone 13J1.
heat $1.75.
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FOR SALE by owner: 20 acre tract
with good house, three miles of
Boise, $200 per acre. Address R. D.
No. 2, box 79. Meh-14c
FO < SALE—Owner left his $50 gold
watch with me to sell for $20. A
very exceptional bargain. Underwood.
Jeweler, So. Ninth SL
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FOR SALE—Or will trade for team of
horses or other livestock, small gro
cery;
Telephone 2324J or 376W. •
also furniture of 4 room».
F28c
FOR SALE—Furniture of cozy 4-room
cottage, complete, for $35: rent only
$6; on car line; good garden soil.
Telephone 2324J or 376W.
F28c
SEED OATS.
HAVE for sale a few thousand pounds
of a ne superior, highly productive
oats. Room 37, Falk building. Tel
ephone 685.
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HAY FOR SALE.
100 TONS finest quality third cutting
alfalfa hay, clean and bright, for
sale. Located about 10 miles from
Boise, on Dry creek. Call 37 Falk
Building or phone 685.
Ml
Wilton velvet
FOR SALB- —Wishing to close up the
estate of Jennie E. Perkins, I am of
fering at a sacrifice
rug, almost new, cost $65. at $35:
rug may be seen at Allen-Wright's
furniture, store,
smith. Admr.
Wi
1. G. Messer
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
EXCELLENT opportunity for a good
business man. Good paying cash gro
cery in Spokane, invoice $1700;
it $25, including heat and hot wat
er. storeroom, living rooms; will take
equity in modern house in Boise for
largest part. No agents. Address
Box 1341 ('aptal News.
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SPECIALS IN TYPEWRITERS.
Remington No. 10.
Remington No. 11.
Monarch No. 3, new....
.$45.00,
. $56.00
. $75.00
Remington Junior, new. $50.00
Underwoods .$40.00 to $60.00
Oliver No. 5
-$35.00
Ribbons for all makes of typewriters.
Guaranteed repair work on nil kinds
of typewriters. Phone* 133—256-7
Sonna Blk.. Boise.
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BOARD AND ROOM
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BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM.
PANY.
board and rooms
-Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
House,
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INTERURBÄN LINES
I.cave Boise for l.agle. Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell; a. m 7:00, 8 oo.
9:30, 11:00; p. m. 1:0«, 2:00, 3 00.
4:00, 6:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:03.
I.eave Boise for Melldtnn,
| anc1 Caldwell: a.
Wy-ji:3o, -4:30. 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, ll:Oo.
«To Meridian and McDermott only,
Boise t<c Duncan Station. Leave
I Boise, n. iW *6:2
5:05, 6:05,
I Duncan Station to Boise: i.eave
* Duncan, a. m. '6:45. *7.30; p. m. 12.30
5:30, 6.30.
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"ainpa
m. 6:30. 7:30, 9:00,
.30. 2:30.
0:30, 12:00 noon
p. tn.
0. *7:05,
P m. 12:05,
-Dally except Sut lava
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One Cant a Word Each Insertion.
No Advertisement Leee Than 15 Cento.
FOR SALE—Real Eststc.
BUNGALOW BARGAIN.
ROOMS, modern except heat; base
ment. builltn furniture, half block
from belt line; price $1800; easy
terms. H. G. Myers Co., 423 Over
land* Bldg.
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120 ACRES of land southeast of Me
ridian with paid-up water right; all
under cultivation; all can be watered.
25 acres in alfalfa; all fenced; no
alkali; good soil; no hard pan; price
$50 per acre. H. G. Myers Co„ 423
Overland Bldg.
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193V* ACRES of land, about 120 acres
under cultivation. 4 l * acres in or
chard. fine outside range, good im
provements; 1 mils from railroad; 2
springs on this place and water
rights out of two creeks. Address
1330, care Capital News.
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FOR SALE—160 acres of good farm
land, deeded water; all fenced; 7
miles above Vale, the county seat of
Malheur county, Oregon. Price $8000.
Terms, cash down $500, balance In
10 yearly payments $750 each and In
terest. M. L. Phelps, 618 Overland
Bldg.
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SOME SNAPS—5 room rrfodem house
on Warm Springs Ave., to trade;
440 acr«s in Long Valley to trade;
Lon* Valley land to rent; I,and in
the Boise Valley for almost the post
of the water. We have the bargains
and will match your trades any
where.
Sonna Bldg.
Gem Stats Realty, 339
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F(»R SALE—180 acres 2 miles from
car line on the Dry creek bench; all
fenced hog tight, 6 shares of Fanner
Union water: owner lives in Cali
fornia and has authorized me to of
fer this fine tract of land for $7500,
being less than $47 per acre; terms
may be had. Wm. G. Messersmith,
Phone 981 -W. F28
GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE.
HARDWARE and furniture store in
good railroad town. Can sell part of
stock below par. which would in
sure good position in the business 10
the right party. Business paid 18
per cent dividend last year. Would
consider sale of entire stock.
SCHOOLER - ST A RLING AGCY.
Overland Bldg.
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• ••••#••••••••••••
• IF you are thinking of buying a •
• home let us show a real bar- •
• flain. 5-room modern bungalow •
• all but heat. Furnished com- •
• plete, reaLonably close in. •
• Price $2350. T rms.
• SCHOOL ER-STARLING AGCY. •
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160 AORES, ALL IN CULTIVATION,
two good 6-room houses on the
place; two Stahles, fenced, paid-up
water. Price $100 per acre; make
term,.
80 ACRES. WELL IMPROVED, good
S-room house, paid-up water, $100
per acre; ternSs.
20 ACRES WELL IMPROVED, house,
stables, good water right. Price,
$130 per acre.
geo. h. Wetter.
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Empire Bldg.
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1023 Main St.
5-acre tract near Franklin school; low
price, will consider stock for part
payment.
Good garage. established business;
other Interests compel owner to
sacrifice.
Well located 80 acres. 40 acres In
prunes; will make special price for
quick turn.
We have several good properties for
exchange both in farm and city prop
erty.
Fire Insurance.
See Wilecn-Smlth.
Best Companies.
Georg« W. Smith, Manager.
McCLELLAN-HOOBLER LAND COM
PANY'S SPECIALS. %
Grocery store for sale or trade for team
of horses or other livestock.
320-acre stock ranch, well Improved,
3 miles from R. R : paid up wate»-.
75 acres alfalfa, balance pasture and
grain land; clear of incumbrance.
Will trade this ranch for 40 acres in
the Boise valley.
20 acres, 7 miles west of R«Mse on ma
cadam; 22 cattle. 6 horses, imple
ments. 6-room house, cow barn, hor«*»
barn, fine family orchard; total $6500.
Take some trade.
4ft acres. 1 mile north of Star: well Im
proved; paid w'ater; $150 per acre.
Trade.
Phone 213J, Room 3 Gem Bldg.
FIT
FARM LANDS—20 THARS TO PAY,
fertile farms in Western Canada of
fered by Canadian Pacific Railway
company. Productive soil; good cli
mate; ready markets; fine churches
and schools; unexcelled transporta
tion all conveniences and opportun
ities of best farming district* any
where.
irrigated land
$2000 to assist practical farmers ;ii
irrigated districts. Twenty years to
pay—or sooner at v our option. Long
before your final pay ment is due your
farm will have paid To{ itself. Also
some improved farms with houses,
barns, 'veils, fencing and crops now
gro\* ing on them on the same fa
vorable terms. Interest in all cases
only 6 per cent This offer is based
on good land, we offer these terms
been use ve know a farmer on our
"be successful"; he can
live well and save enough to pay for
his farm. Western ('anada lands are
natur; Ily suited to growing grains,
fodders, vegetables, dairying and
raising horses, cattle, sheep, swine,
poultry. Cash in on the high grain
prices. Don't delay; the best lands
will be taken first. Write today for
free handbook and full information
to J. S. Dennis, Assistant to tho
President, Department of Natural
Resources. CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY. Calgary, Alberta, Can
8.0,S.ll
Prices $11 to $30 an acre;
I AVI
■f
from $35.
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lands can
ada.

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