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ATTORNEYS. if C. 8. HUNT blit 621-8 Idaho Bid*. GEORGE R. RUST, 386 Sonna Bldg, tf LUCAS & MCADAMS, 60* Ovarland. tf C. H. Lingenfelter, 301-3 Idaho Bldg, tf J. BOGART, Attorney, Ova rland blk tf CLINTON H. HARTSON. Idaho Bldg. B. F. NEAL, 2U1-262-263 Sonua Blk. tl ELLIOTT * HEALY. EMPIRE BLDG. J. F. COLVIN. 4-6 Merinc Bldg. it OPPENHEIM' * HODGIN. 60S - 4 Idaho Bldg. 'à J. K. GOOD. Attorney, Room 302, Sonna Building. Phone 318-W. tf RICHARDS 6 HAGA, Lstwyere, nfth floor, Idaho Buuildlng. tf McELROV, Attorney, euite HUGH CO*. Empire Building. tf tf C. fi. WINSTEAD, 817 Idaho Bldg. WM. C. DUNBAR. 321 IDAHO BLDG. tt 1), L- YOUNG, Lawyer, 355-368, Son na Bldg. CLAUDE W, GIBSON, General Law and Land Practice, Mode Bldg. BARBER & DAVIDSON, Lawyers, 323 127 Idaho Building.. li tf tf WYMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys, 206 su8 Boise City National Bank Bldg, tt MARTIN & MARTIN, Attorneye-at law, room 353 Sonna Buuildlng. S. T. SCHREIBER, mining and cor poration law, 419 Idaho Building, tf tf K. 1. PERKY, GENERAL LAW l'EAC ■ tlce, rooms 304-308 McCarty Build ing, Telephone 160.__ tf ACCOUNTANTS BOISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DEUSEN, Box 1143; expert accountant; scien tific ay eternize: 1747-J. Phones 230 and tf ARCHITECTS TOURTELLOTT A HUMMEL, AK chitects, office on second floor Over land Building tf AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES WESTERN IGNITION AND BAT TERY CO.. 136 S. llth, phone 284-J. tf AUTO SPRINGS. EXPERT 1314 Grove, 2637-R. Mch31 BOISE SPRING WORKS, spring makers. AUTO TOPS. maker in omy first-class auto '.op R. Atkins. 127 S. llth. « loaifLK AUTOMOBILE PAINTING, j t£ j " " W. A. MASON CO. 1125 Idaho St. ASSAYERo BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS sayers and chemists. A. G. VanEman Manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 384. tf BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W. Harkinson, essayer and chemist, 227 8. 10th Street « ! ABSTRACTS BOISE TITLE & TRUST CO., IDAHO Bldg. Phone 474. *f BARBER SHOP. HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. Hair cut, tf 25c. 617 U. S. HAIR CUT, 25c; bath, 15c. Maim_ tf BOOT REPAIRING. SHOE HOSPITAL, 3ü7 N. 5TH BOIS tf BUSINESS COLLEGE • ••••••••••••••••a _,INK'U BUSINESS COLLEGE 1015 Idaho St. Phone 1055-J. tf • • • • • ••••••••••»••• CHIROPODIST C. G. BURT. D.S. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand tf COLLECTIONS Weatern Reporting & Credit 404 McCarty Blag. Phone*628. Co.. 403 tf MANY of your old, slow or "Dead' 1 accounts may be turned into money through persistent effort, our plan brings results. 216 Idaho Bldg. CONTRACTORS HOUSE MOVING AND CEMENT Work. 1. K. Hawk; phone 2457 W if WOOD WORKER. GEORGE W. WKRTMAN, contr. tor. cabinet maker and builJcr; automo bile bodies rebuilt. 1016 Idaho St. M 31 Contractors and Builders. FLOYD AND FISHER. Children's furniture made. 918 Idaho. if CALCIMINING CALL D. J. CAIN for first class cal ctmining. paper hanging, painting, «tv. Prices right Phone, 1HS9-W. M18 CARPENTERS. For Union Carpenters phone 310-W or p.t Hall, room 227 Sonna bldg. tf CHINESE PHYSICIANS OR. G. LOOK CHINESE DOCTOR. 707 Idaho Street tf DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac tice In Boise. .To s. 3th Street DR. C. K. AH FONG, 210 N. 7th St.. 40 years In Idaho; Box 133. Bois6 Ida. tf tf DR CHIN MAN SUI, Chinese phj»i cian; treats al kinds of chronic dia easea Office 711 Idaho atreet. tf DR WING LEE TONG CO., treats with Chinese hei pa, t outs and medicine. Careful treatment assured the afflic ted. Office 612 Idaho street. tf CHIROPRACTORS A. E. LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg. u MISS McCOBB D. C.. 418 Idaho Bldg, tf C. G. BURT, D. C.. 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf CLEANERS AND DYERS MARTIN. Cleaning Works, Pho. L. M. Roache, Mgr., 11, S. llth. AB.' 90. tf ECONOMY -DYE WORKS, STEAM cleuuing and dying. French dry clean ing; 111 N. 10th St.; Phone 2020. tf CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy gents' suits dry or Branch office, P 44 Works Btoam gowns, cleaned. 1390* u CALL the Pantorium for garment cleaning, pressing, altering or repair Phono 1025. Office, 611 Main; tng. Branch, Owyhee Bldg. tf COSTUME DESIGN. McCarty Mch31 THE LITTLE SHOP, 319 Bldg. I DRILLING AND DIGGING. ASHLEY & NEELEY. Ph. 137 or 9R1. DRESSMAKING FASHIONABLE dressmaking; party dresses a specialty. Phone 1200. tf DANCING CLASSES. Phone 435-J. 1 _511.;—— 1516 and laney dancing. DENTIST DK. CARPENTER, 313 IDAHO BLDG. DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg. AI 14 DR. COLVER, 401 Idaho B. Ph. 720. tt DR. SHELTON. „ Y ales Bldg. Ph. 261. tf Dr. Carrie L. Berthaumm, 403 Idaho Bldg. tf DR. VALKER ROOM 330 YATES Bldg Gas given. Phone 2618. " j DETECTIVE AGENCY j INTERMOUNTA1N D E T E C T I V E j Agency. Prompt, reliable, comiden- ! tlal. Secret service in all Its branches. I Investigations and collections made through our agency in any part of the world. Phone 2412-W. Address P. J. Box 906. Boise Idaho. tf ~ ; EYE, EAR AND THROAT H I - i ! DR. ED. E. MAXEY. OCULIST AND Aurist, 204-6 Idaho Building. DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE and throut. 518-26 overland Bldg. U DR. BRANDT — EAR, NOSE AND Throat; 207-9 Ove land Building. DR. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat; 4U6-407 Overland Bldg. Practice limited DR. C. R. HL'DCEI to the I ye; 610-1014 Overland rldg ' FLORISTS BAYHOUSE FLORAL CO., Boise, floral designs, cut flowers, plants. tf BOISE FLORAL CO., Ill N. 8th St.; choice cut flower-, floral designs. tf GARAGES. THE MAIN ST. GARAGE DOES A general auto repair business; all work guaranteed; storage, oils, sup plies. gas; club rates for washing; service to your door; get our prices. Phone 1394, Croy & Son. Props., 1405 Main. tf HAND BOOKBINDING. LITTI.B SHOP, 319 M c-Cart y Mch.il THE Bldg. HARNESS MAKER BLOCK'S HARNESS SHOP and sad dlery, 108 N. llth Phono 2488-W tf HAIR SWITCHES SWITCHES, transformations, puffs and curls made from combings. Call or ! address Margaret Jordan, 1915 19th i St., Boise, Ida. Phone 1640-J. tf HOTELS. MITCHEL HOTEL, a homelike place. Prices right; across from depot. 'MchtB HAIR DRESSERS. rails Fashion Hair Store, 1004H Main St., specialties In hair goods: up-to date beauty parlor«. Phone 63 tt HOME PORTRAITS. • J. G. BURNS. Phone 1208-W. tl JOB PRINTING JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED plant in the state for all kinds of Job printing. Legal blanks a specialty. Capital News Publishing Co„ 7171 Idaho Street INSURANCE SHE P. M. DAVIS for general insur Your patronage la aolicited. ance. Overland Bu.ldlng. tf LADIES' TAILORING. WANDER BROS. *18 Overland bldg, tf MRS. K. FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDG. tf LUMBER YARDS i DEALER IN W. H. R1DENBAUGH, native lumber, Oregon shingles, also | floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, and building material. Main and 4th Sts. Phone 95S. tf LAND ATTORNEY A. B. EATON. Scrip, 6U3 Idaho Bldg. tf MAPS. MAPS. BLUE PRINTS. 608 Overland Bldg. tf MEAT MARKETS FOR SALE Fresh beef, pork, I, mutton, poultry etc. J cured meats of all ? kinds. Salted and smoked fish. Farmers' Market. 1221 Main. Ph, 14VL tf 's, 724 Main. The commissary Market. Plume 2T . Fr deliver', tf Han MOTORC YCLES-BICYCLES HENRY W. BAKloU, lock and gun smith. 113 S. llth St- Phone 161W. tf MILLINERY YOU arc invited to see the latest styles in hats at Nelson Millinery, 803 Ban k street. if MONUMENTS p felTNER, 1615 Main St. - ..— tt MATTRESS REPAIRING MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER and repaired. Joslin-Garver Bed ding Co., 1514-1516 Alain St.; Phone 693-W. tf MONEY TO LOAN tf CHILDS it CD., 30-31 Falk Bldg. ROBERT VAN GILSE, 1225 Main tf SHERMAN G. KING 34 Falk Bldg, tf W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf E T ,Ai'OHLiN & CO.. 8 tf___ THE NEWHOUSE INV. CO., Sonna Blk, money. A5 u j ON chatties or salary. Reasonable I ! rates, 403 McCarty Bldg Box 187. tt | I -——— ■ — -—--| McReynolds & Whitson, 529 Ida. Bldg. 1 tf PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON ; farm securitiy. H. E. McElroy, Em pire Bldg. tf MONEY TO LOAN—8 per cent money I on farm or city property. E. C. i Laughlin and Co., 921 Ban. St. tf FARM AND service; best rates. BRUCE & FULD LOAN & TRUST CO., Falk Bldg. CITY LOANS—Quick MONEY TO LOAN—On chattels, any and curity. Carter. McCarty Bldg. real estate, 11 kinds of se tf ' WE BUY and sell notes and mortgages ajul make real estate and chattel loans. H. U. Meyers & Co., 423 Over land Bldg. tt HEADQUARTERS FOR MORTGAGE LOANS SOUTHERN IDAHO E ASTERN OREGON Ira E. High a. Company YATES B G. BOISE . D I NURSERY STOCKS. TREES! TREES! TREES! Fruit, shade and ornamental; vines, roses, etc. F. J. Woods, corner 9th and Bannock, Nursery S. Walnut St. May 10 OSTEOPATHS DR. CARRIE FREEMAN, IDA. BLDG. DR. H. D. MORRIS 204 SONNA BLK tf DR. MAXWELL, LADY OSTEOPATH. 304 Idaho Bid., Ph. 1676, Res. 1761. tf DR. HANDY, O. S„ 622 State. Ph. 396. tf DR. WALTER S. KINGSBURY, 228 Idaho Bldg. Phoua 337. DR. S. R. RIQHTENOUR, Osteopath] Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg. tf ! i tf OPTOMETRIST. -iD. M. FLEMING, OPTOMETRIST, Room 16, Gem Bldg. tf BOISE OPTICAL Co. 1093 Main St. Dr. E. S. Owen, Optometrist. We put the E E'a in •yea. CAL Phone 2456. PIANO TUNING C. E. ROBISON, Wise Plano House, tf P'BD •■ Bi I WEN. 310 So. 17 th St. tf PHOTOGRAPHERS __ , SHAVER - Good Photos, Mode bldg, tf I-—--- STAMPER— Cor. 9th & Idaho. Phone. 686 . tf OPTICIANS. 4» Globe Optical Co. Eyes examined, tory on the premises. »0« Main St Fac m 0 lei J1 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. EWMA wiIJaNSON, Sli Idafio Bldg" Phone 460. tf PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—A DUN LAP. 308 Overland Bldg. tf PARTY DECORATING THE LITTLE SHOP. Bldg. 319 McCarty MchSl PLUMES CLEANED. ■URS. TiLKh. 315 I orth Nlnthl M14 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON DR. HOLVEKSON, 317 Empire Bldg.; Ueneral practice; specialties, ob stetrics lev aCcsnienis) Homeuputhy. tf PLUMBING & HEATING FOR low estimate, repairs, jobbing. J. Craig, 2098 - W, 1502 N. FRED HALF plumbing and repairing: Prices right. Phone M2 3 tf guaranteed. 1464 W. ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO., Ltd., Adeluian Bros., managers; modern plumbing, heating and sheet metal worl 622 Idaho St. Phone 166. tf PAPER HANGING SIGN and house painting and kulsu mining. Foster. tlO Main, ' phone 1094- w. ; 1 POOL AND BILLIARDS POOL AND BILLIARDS — Waldorf pool hail, 716 Main. tf SOCIAL ENGRAVING THE LITTLE SHOP, 315 Bldg. McCarty MchSl SPRAYING BEFORE s raying æe L. H. Keotli lot ail kinds of spraying; good worn guaranteed. Call 1712 N. 14ih. Ale SECOND HAND STORE A roll-top desk fur sale. Nichles, lull Idaho. Herfurth and Phone 1055-W. tf WE buy second hand furniture. Pio neer Furni'ui'e Company, 909 Idaho Street. Phone 285. - WE pay the best prices for second I hand furniture and we will exchange | your odd pieces for new. Jenkins Furniture Co. Phone 569. 1 — - BOISE LODGE NO. 2. A. F. j A. M„ meets every iues-i uuy evening in Masonic half, . .sitors welcome. C.iarles o. | .-elson, Secretary. ** 1 Ï# ! KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the first and third Tuesdays of each month at old St. John's hall, 8th and Visiting Knights and ln attend. Fritz Humrnel, Frank F. Church, tf 1 SOCIETIES SÏ LolSL LODGE NO. 77., i. O. O. F„ Tuesday night at odd meets e - Felloes Hail, 13th and Eustmau. All odd Fellows web me. J. M. Hollister Secretary. FURNACE work and auto radiator re pairing u specialty. Généreux A. Butler, 112 S. 8th. Rhone 574-VV. Fort Bts. vlled to Grand Knight; financial secretary. it SHOE REPAIRING. HIEBE AND COOPER 720 Main and 822 Idaho Bis. FASSBENDER'S Shoo Shop, Cupital News Bldg. tf Ml 4 SHOE SHINE PARLOR. GET A shine from Mali. 7 04 Main. U SHEET METAL WORK SAW FILING. ih .s. mn st. mö gt iiiuuig. fed too March 5 TAXIDERMIST ti it W. Llmbert & Co., 123 So. 11 VIOLIN MAKER. ROBERT BALLOT, Expert Violin Ma ker and Repairer. Al Sampson :o„ 913 Main St. tf M WIGS AND TOUPEES \ Al, MATTHKi'S, Iol )4 '-i Main St. tf | •I • MOVED from 213 N. 10th to 1015 ® i if • • j WALL PAPER and PAINTS BURT OWENS • Main SI. Phone 602. . ... I i Sign of Cood Digaation. When you see a cheerful and happy | old lady you may know that she has ; good digestion. If your digestion impaired or If you do not relish your! dose of Chamberlain's ! meals take Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, Improve the digestion and cause a gentle movement of the bowels. Ob trinable everywhere. adv TODAY'S OFFICIAL WEATHER MAP Ui S. Department of Agriculture—WEATHER BUREAU so® voy\Qo 30 1 3d«-ko •VyÀ Vri£uuA7,191^. /> VÂ>< > m mi y //JK' 'S/. Y /i F O & Cv /Jy or : nti Tit o--. V*... 30. .W V" «if m 30> X* ? sV m >o 30. . . y .• . ■fO roif '.Ot. J \&y* -•/ 30j0 -^tecfcDrrv OAfAtl CÄAdflA 30.t 6Û® Tt1f*»l7A>IAT6»V Not«*. Observation, Uten et t a m., 76th meridian time. All; pretmire reduced to tee level, leobtra (continuous IInet) nug through nnlaw of equtl nlr preuura iMtbvrrae (dotted lines) pan through pointe of eqnnl temperature: mew- — O deer; Q partly cloudy; 0 elotidy; <j> min; (£) snow; ® report miming.. Arrewsfl7wlththewlnd.il » « A,mii--- " - * v FORECAST FOR BOISE AND Vf- 1 CINTTY—Fair tonight and Wednes day. ture yesterday. 45; lowest temperature this morning, 29; mean temperature j yesterday, 38. Highest tempera- 1 DAILY REPORT I CONDITIONS—Low pressure over- ' lies the east and high pressure the ; west. The region of greatest, depres-! slon is over the great laly-s and the | highest readings are on the middle j Estimate. . (From Judge.) "How long will it take me to get back my health?" Doctor 1 >h, I should say in a couple 1 of thousand dollars' worth of time. I LEGAL NOTICE. Notice of Sheriff's Sale Under Order of Sale on Judgment and De* créé of Foreclosure. in the District Court of the Third Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Ada. Rovina Al. Francis, Plaintiff, versus The F. J. Garver Co., Etd., a corpor ation, organized under the laws of the state of Idaho, with its princi pal place of business at Boise, by F. J. Garver, president, and Hester A. Hicks, Defendants; Anna S. Parker, Plaintiff, versus The F. J. Garver Co.. Etd., a corporation and Hester A. Hicks, Defendants; and Otho Tow ell and Frank Towel!, doing business under the name of Tow ell Brothers, intervenors. ! Under and by virtue of an order of .sale issued out of the above named court In the above entitled action, wherein the above named intervenors jin each of said actions obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale aga | lls t the above named defenJ ants, on the 19th day of February, 1916 f or «um of 81,015.19 witii interest thereon, besides costs and expenses of sale, which said Judgment is recorded in judgment hook "M" of the said dis trict court. Said writ, together with a copy of said juigment and decree of foreclosure and sale, duly attested, on tlie 3rd day of March, 1916, and to the sheriff of Ada county , Idaho directed, land to mo, Emmitt Pfost as such shor iff delivered on (he 3rd day of March, 1916 for execution, whereby I am com manded and required lo proceed to notice for saie, and sell at public auc tion sale, all and singular tHe mortgag ed premises mentioned in tne com plaint in intervention of the said Otho Towell and Frank Towell and described In said decree of foreclosure and sale, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to realize the amount due to said intervenors, Otho Towell and Frank Towell for the principal, inter est and attorney s fees, costs of suit and the expense of sale, and which may be sold separately w ithout mater- | ial injury to the parties interested; bjed however to the two several dc créés made in favor of the plaintiffs n tlie above entitled actions; and the ! proceeds arising from such sale be ap- 1 tf;plied to. and upon the payment of thei found due the it ho Towell and Frank Towell as J ■11 »aid sum of money said ted toj are situated, ly Tlie lands and premises dire he sold by said deer ing j state nd being in the county of Ada. and particularly de Lots thir f Idaho, ibed is follows, to-wit: teen, eighteen und nineteen in Capital View subdivision to Ada county, Idaho, os the same are numbered and design nated on the official plat of said sub division now on die in the office of the recorder of said Ada county, together the tenements, hereditaments ami wit! appurtenances thereto belonging or anywise appertaining. Public Notice is hereby given that in f sale, judg *n obedience to said order and decree of foreclosure and of Mardi. ment sale, that on the 51sl day 191«, at the hour Of 3 o'clock and 19 | minutes in the afternoon of that d i.v in front or the county court house in i Roise t'ity, Ada County. Idaho. I will .sell at public auction sale, all or so j much of the above described premises he sufficient to realize the . may I amount so found due to the said Otho i Tow ell and Frank Towell, intervenor*. (with interest thereon, besides costs and | expenses of sale, to the highest bidder ; therefor in cash law ful money, subject is'however to the two made in favor of the plaintiffs in the ! above entitled actions Dtcd the 7th day of March, 1916. EMMITT PFOST, Sheriff #f Ada County. Idaho. TuO-M28 several drrees 1 Pacific coast. ourred over » Precipitation has oc- | li Irregular belt reaching entirely across the northern portion of j country, extending southward 1 'along the coast to California, and j u le (jhio valley 1 the er I to Tennessee. The as , The tem-136; I heaviest precipitation reported ' 1.30 inches at Winnipeg, ; perature la much lower in the Missis-j sippi valley and plains states and no | ticeahly milder in the Atlantic states. ' j LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE-1.34; The Great Dot Mystery The boys were elated when they saw the American emblem, and the U.S. consul agreed To help them find FVeddya çoat. But when -they arrived at the place where they had seen it, both it and the Jlubian had disappeared. In a court-yard, by a fountain they round the only living thing - a sacred — 3)t . 22 .21 24« • •20 30 23 ■ ^ 26. . -38 •31 -28 3fc 57 J .19 I 3?'. 35 39' .'7 27' 34 18 33 40 I. /îT 41* ! •2 Lf .15 J] 4 T' 1 ' } 3 I 5 14 42 58 .7 .3 74 43 12. ' 75 37. • •53 T V 5b* 9 / •73 '44 13 55 - •72 '45 fc0 ' 'II 8 fcl* '71 • hi f » •10 54 . • 50 40 .70 tt. .47 53 M b9 84 52 51 -49 fe5 t7 To solve the Groat Dot Mystery, join the dote with ■ pencil lino, as each chapter is printed from day to day. Begin with dot Ne. 1 and tsko thorn in numerical order. Then cut out and pasta each picture in a scrap book, and when the last chapter is printed, you will have a thrilling mystery story com plot» in permanent book form. r 7* TO BE CONTINUE!? DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE jî -7 'V' fi r I tl 'l/i a, *• 8* • • 7 r BLUSTERY MARCH. No wonder. Winter, that you linger here. Although the time for your departure's due: With such a vision to allure and eheer, % We kind o' think that we should linger, too. Find departing Swinter. ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE. Right aida down, nose at shoulder. 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