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Business and Professional Columns
Anuru^ûïa.
C. ai. HUNTER. 527-9 loaho Bills. ll
UEUrtuK R. RUB A. Jbb Bonn» Bldg. tf
U, H. Lingeutclter, 201-3 Idaho Bldg, tf
J. BuGART, Attorney. Overland blk tl
CLINTON H. MAK 1 ÖUN, Idaho Bldg.
H. A 1 . N&Al., 201-9*>2-263 Souuu lilk. tf
ELLluTT A UgAIH, EMPIRE BLDG.
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OPPENiHeIM * HODG1N. 003 - 4 - 5,
iuahu Btdg.
J. R. GOOD, Attorney, Room 202, Sonna
Buuuiug. Tnon« uiy- vV.
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RICHARDS A UAGA, Lawyers, hfth
flou., tdaho Buuiiuiug.
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ci, Attorney, suite
Hlj Oil u,.
«09. Empire Buni.ug.
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C. E. WINSTEAD, 317 Idaho Bldg.
WM. C. DUNBAR, 321 IDAHO BLDG.
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LUCAS Sc Mc.UL.MS, 215 Idaho Bldg.
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D. J,. YOUNG, Lawyer, 355-358, Son
na Bldg.
CLAUDE W. GIBSON, General Law
and Laud Ptacuce, Mode Blog.
BARBER 3i DAVIDSON, Lawyers, 323
22 1 tnano Building.
WYMAN Al WYMAN, Attorneys, 206
S03 Boise City National Bank bldg. If
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MARTIN tic MARTIN, Attorneys-at
law, loom 353 Bo ana Buuitding.
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S. T. SCHREIBER, milling and cor
poration luiv, 419 Idaho Budding, tl
K. 1, PERKY, GENERAL LAW 1'llAe
lice, rooms 3U4-303 McCarty Budd
ing, 1 elepnoue 160.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACT CUM
C. B. Coxo, Mgr, tf
u.i COUNTY
puny, Yates bld_;.
ACCOUNTANTS
Boise audit c'j., c. van dkusen,
Box 1143, expert accountant; seien
Phones 230 and
tme sysiennzer.
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ARCHITECTS
TOUKTKLLOTX & HUMMEL, AR
chllecta, oflice on second floor Over
land Building
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AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
WESTERN IGNITION AND BAT
TERY CO.. 125 S. 11th, phone 284-J.
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AUTO DEALERS.
BY_US . CS. -,
EIGHT CYLINDER
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AOiO s.iLEs CO. 9ln und
Fnone 3o, or Res. 1671.
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AU it) bPKiNGS.
EXPERT
WORKS,
1311 Grove, 263 i-R.
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LUISE SPRING
Epring makers.
AUÎO I OPS.
omy Hrst-c)ass autu .up maker in
R Atkins. 127 s. mil.
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KUTOMOJbJLUE PAINTING.
\>. A. M ASON CO. 1125 Idaho St. tf
AUTO REPAIRING.
MAIN STREET GARAGE, general re
pairing. Ph. 1394. 14o5 Main.
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ASSAYERS
POISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS
sayers and cbcmlsts. A. G. VanEir.an
Manager, 907 Iduhn St., Phone 394. tf
BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. VV.
Harkinson. sssuyar and chemist, 227
S. 10th Street '
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ABSTRACTS
LOUIE TITLE 4b TRUST CO., IDAHO
Bldg. Phone 474.
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BARBKR SHOP.
Hair cut.
HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th.
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25c.
VI. ». H UB CUT, 25c; bath, 15c.
M a : m_
617
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BOOT REPAIRING.
SHOE HUl.PJTAL, 397 N. _TH
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BUSINESS COLLEGE
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• UNli'- BUSINESS COLLEGE •
1015 Idaho St.
Phone 1055-J.
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CHIROPODIST
C. G. BÜRT, D.S, C., 3-4 Hotel Brand tf
CONTRACTORS
HOUSE MOVING AND CEMENT
Work. 1. K. Hawk; phoos 2467 W tf
WOOD WORKER.
GEORGE W. WERTMAN, oontrictor,
cabinet maker and builder; automo
bile bodies rebuilt. 1016 Idaho St.
Contractors and Builders.
FLOYD AND FISHER.
Children's furniture made. 1018 Idaho.
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CARPENTERS.
For Union Carpenters phone 310-VV or
at Hall, room 327 Sonna bldg.
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COLLECTIONS
Western Reporting & Credit Co., 403
404 McCarty Bl-g. Phone 623.
CHINESE PHYSICIANS
DR. G. LOOK CHINESE DOCTOR,
707 Idaho Street.
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DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac
tice in Buise, 216 3 9th Street
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DR. C. K. AH FONG, 210 N. 7th St.. 40
years in tdaho; Box 133. Boise Ida. tf
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DU. CHIN MAN SU1, Chinese plijsst
cnuG treats al kinds of chronic dis
eases office 711 ldahu street.
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DR. W1NO LEE TONG CO., treats with
u, niese net i d. roots and medicine.
Careful treatment assured the afflic
ted. omce tit2 Idaho street.
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CHIROPRACTORS
A. E. LIND. D. U„ Ô24 Overland Bldg.
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MISS McCOBB D. C., 413 Idaho Bldg, it
CG. BURT. D. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf
CL.JeANL«K£> AND DYERS
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Ali.' Mar i in. Cleaning Works, Pho.
90. L. M. Bouche, Mgr., 1914 N. lith.
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ÎCONOMY DYE WORKS, STEAM
cleaning and dying. French dry clean
ing; lit N. lUth St.; Phone 2020. tf
CITY DY'E WORKS—Cleaners of fancy
steam
gents suits dry or
Branch oliice, P 44 Works
gowns,
cleaned.
1295.
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CALL the Pantorium for garment
cleaning, pressing, altering or repair
ing. Pnono 1025. Office, 611 Main;
Brunch, uwyhee Bldg.
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DRILLING AND DIGUING.
ASHLEY & NEELEY. Ph. 137 or 9R1.
DANCING CLASSES.
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1916 and tancy dancing. Phone 435-J.
A14
DENTIST
DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. CARPENTER. 212 IDAHO BLDG.
DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg.
A14
DR. COLVER, 401 Idaho B.
Ph. 720.
DR VALKER, ROOM 330 YATES Bldg
Gas given, Phone 2618.
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DR. SEEETON. Yates Bldg.
Ph. 251.
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L-r. Carrie L. Berthaumm, 403 Idaho
Bidg.
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DETECTIVE AGENCY
INTERMOUNT AIM DETECTIVE
Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden
tial, Secret service in all its branches.
Investigations and collections made
through our agency in any pan ot
the world. Phone 2412-W. Address
P. ). Box 906, Boise Idaho.
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EYE, EAR AND THROAT
DR. ED. E. MATEY, OCULIST AND
Aurlst, 204-6 Idaho Building.
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DH. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE
and throat. 518-26 Overland Bldg, tf
! DR. BRANDT — EAR, NOSE AND
Throat; 2p7-9 Ove land Building,
•DR. R. L. N OURSE— Eye, Bar, Nose
and Throat; 406-407 Overland Bldg.
DR. C. R. HUDOEL—-Practice limited
to. the jf ye ; 610-10*4 Overland Fldg.
FLORISTS
BAYHOUSE FLORAL CO., Boive,
floral designs, cut flowers, giants.
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BOISE FLORAL CO., Ill N. 8th St.;
choice cut flower»*, floral designs.
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GROCERY.
515 MAIN street; open all night; deli
catessen goods and imported cheese
of all kinds.
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HARNESS MAKER
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BLOCK S HARNESS SU DP and aad
dlery, 1U8 N. 11th I I. .no 2488-W
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HAIR SWITCHES
SWITCHES, transformations, puffs and
curls made from combings. Call or
address Marguret Jordan, 824 N. 20th
M., Boise, Ida. Phone 2217W,
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HOTELS.
MITCHELL HOTEL, a homelike place.
Prices right; across from depot. A15
HAIR DRESSERS.
Paris Fashion Hair Store. 1004>4 Main
St., specialties in hair goods; up-to-lDR.
date beauty parlors. Phone 53
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HOME PORTRAITS.
J. G. BURNS.
Phoue 1208-W..
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INSURANCE
SHE P. M. DAVID for general insur
Your patronage Is solicited.
ance.
Overland Building.
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Jewelry repairing,
A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and
jeweler, at 708 Main.
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LAND ATTORNEY
A. B. EATON, Scrip, 603 Idaho Bldg.
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LADIES' TAILORING.
WANDER BROS. 213 Overland bldg, tf
MRS. K. FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDG.
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LUMBER YARDS
W. H. RIDE.NBA UGH, DEALER IN
native lumber Oregon shingles, also
floorings, dootp, windows, mouldings,
and building material. Main and 4th
Sts. Phone 95
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LOANS.
ADA COUNTY
bld _ ß ,
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Abstract Co., Yates
M31
*oxe, Mgr.
MAPS.
MAPS, BLUE PRINTS, 60S Overland
Bldg.
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MEAT MARKETS
FOR SALE
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^ Fresh beef, pork,
-uJ mutton, poultry etc.
bk' cured meats of all
*** Kinds. Salted and
-bwsmoked fish.
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iFarmerr' Market! 1221 Main. Ph. nul.
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Harvey's, 724 Main. The commissary
Market. Phom|- 21i. Fr- delivery, tf
MOTORCYÇLES-BICYCLES
HENRY W. BAKER sells best bi
cycles In towh.j 113 S. 11th. Phone
161-W.
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milTinery
Call and inspect j our line of hats.
M. White Co., ß02 Bannock.
F.
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YOU are invited to see the latest styles
in hats at NelsJin Millinery, 803 Ban
nock street. | tf
MONUMENTS
T, F. FKLTNKR, 1615 Mail
St.
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MATTRESS REPAIRING
MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER
and repaired. Joslin-Gurver Bed
ding Co.. 1514-11516 Main St.; Phone
093-W.
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MONEY TO LOAN
CHILDS & CO.. 3f-31 Falk Bldg.
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ROBERT VAN GIJLSE, 1225 Main
SHERMAN G. KINO 34 Falk Bldg, tl
W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Eoan Man. tf
E. C. LAUG HLIN Lb CO., 8% money. A5
McReynolds .V \Y litson, 529 Ida. Bid«.
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THE NEWHOUSE 1NV. CO, Sonna
Blk.
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ON chatties or salary. Reasonable
rates, 493 McCurty Bldg Box 187. tf
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON
farm securitly. H. E. McElroy. Em
pire Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN.
AMOUNTS from $1000 to $2000. Thorn,
350, Sonna. I M23c
FARM AND OF
service; best rati
LOAN <k TRUS'l
7Y LOANB—Quick
:s. BRUCE & FULD
CO., Falk Bldg.
MONEY TO LOA]
chattels, any aid all kinds of se
curity Carter McCurty Bldg.
4—On real estate.
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WE HUY and sell holes and mortgages
and make real j estate and chattel
loans. H. G. Meyers & Co.. 423 Over
land Bldg.
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Money to Loan.
Notes and mortgages bought; real es
tate and chattel [loans. Carter, Me
"oi-tv Bldg,
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headquarters for
MORTGAGE LOANS
SOUTHERN IDAHO
EASTEBIM OREGON
Ira E. High & Company
Yates building Boise
NURSERY] STOCKS.
TREES! TREES! TREES!
Fruit,
shade and ornamental; vines, roses,
etc. F. J. Woods ^prner 9th and
Bannock, Nursery S. Walnut St.
May 10
osteoIpaths
DR. CARRIE FREEMAN, IDA. BLDG.
DR. H. D. MORRIS 204 SONNA BLK tf
DR. MAXWELL, LADY OSTEOPATH,
304 Idaho Bid., Phi 1676, Res. 1761. tf
DR. HANDY. O. 6.,
622 State. Fh. 396.
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DR. WALTER 8. ^CINGSBURY. 218
Idaho Bldg. Phon, 337.
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S. R RXGHTE
NOUR, Osteopath.
>lre Bldg.
Rooms 409-11 Em
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
SHAVER—Good Phctos, Mode bldg, tf
STAMPER—Cor. 9th & Idaho. Phone
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OPTOMETRIST.
D. M. FLEMING. OPTOMETRIST.
Room 16, Gem Bldif.
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BOISE OPTICAL Co.
1003 Main Rt.
Dr. E. S. Owen,
Optometrist
We put the E E's in
Phone 21JS.
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eyes.
OPTICIANS.
Globe Optical Co.
a Kyes examined. Fac
y tory on the premisea
208 Main St.
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PIANO TUNING
C. E. ROBISON, Wise Plano House, tf
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PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER,
EMMA WILKINSON. 21» Idaho Bldg.
Phone 460.
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PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—A DUN
LAP, 308 Overland Bldg.
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PLUMES CLEANEST
s. i t I,eh, 21,1 North iMntn.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
DK. HOLVERSON, 317 Empire Bldg.;
General practice; specialties. Ob
stetrics (ccaanementsj Homeopathy.
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PLUMBING & HEATING
FÜR low estimate, repairs, jobbing. J.
Craig, 2098-W, 15U2 N. 25.
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FRED HALF plumbing and repairing;
Prices righL
guaranteed.
Phone
M2 3
1464W.
ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO.,
Adehnan
Ltd.,
modern plumbing, nesting and sheet
metal wori- 622 Idaho St. Phoue 156.
Bros., managers;
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PAPER HANGING
SIGN and house painting and kulso
minins. Foster. U0 Main, phone
1094-W.
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RENTALS.
TATE INSURANCE AQCY., 222 Sonna
block.
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SPRAYING
S. II. CASTILE—Spraying. Ph. 2322R.
High Pressure gasoline machine. A14
BEFORE s raying see L. H. Keeth for
all kinds of spraying; good worn
guaranteed. Call 1712 N. 14th.
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SHOE REPAIRING.
RIEBE AND COOPER
720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts.
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FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital
News Bldg,
A15
SAW FILING.
SCISSORS grinding! 114 N. 9th St. A5
SHEET METAL WORK
FURNACE work and auto radiator re
pairing a specialty. Généraux &
Butler i 12 S. Sth. Phone 574-W.
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SOCIETIES
BOISE LODGE MO. 2, A. F.
& A. M, meets every Tues
day evening in Masonic hall.
Visitors welcome. Charles O.
Neison, Secretary.
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ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60.
A. F. & A. M, regular meet
ings every Friday. Masonic
hall.
Sojourners welcome.
Perry C. Marshall, Secretary.
BOISE LODGE NO. 77„ i. O. O. F„
meets every Tuesday night at Odd
Fellows Hall. 13th and Eastman. All
Odd Fellows wel me. J. M. HolHsUr
. Secretary.
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the;
first and third Tuesdays of each
month at old 3t. John's hall, 8th and
Fort Sts. Visiting Knights and in
vited to attend. Fritz Hummel,
Grand Knight; Frank F. Church,
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PLOUGHING TIME AGAIN.
Soft rains and warming suns have forced the land
And forced King Frost hack to his northern clime;
The farmer at the field's edge takes his stand
And tells his son 'twill soon be ploughing time.
Find his son.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PÜZZLE
Upper left corner down, nose at handa.
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FORECAST FOR BOISE AND VI
CINITY—Unsettled weather tonight
and Thursday, probably with rain.
DAILY' REPORT—Highest tempera
ture yesterday, 52; lowest temperature
this morning, 48; mean temperature
yesterday, 42,
CONDITIONS—Two Important low
pressure area» are apparent today, one
central In Illinois and overlying the
central valleys and the other central
in Alberta and covering most of the
Pacific and Rocky mountain states.
High pressure extends from the Da
kotas and Manitoba eastward and
SECOND HAND STORE
A Washburn Mandolin for sale. Her
lurth & Nichles, 1011 Idaho. Phone
1056-W'.
W'B buy second hand furniture. Pio
neer FurnHure Company, 909 Idaho
Street. Phone 285.
WE pay the best prices for second
hand furniture and we will exchange
your odd pieces for new.
Furniture Co. Phono 669.
Jenkins
SHOE SHINE PARLOR.
GET A shine from Matt. 704 Main.
TYPEWRITERS.
REN ' A REMINGTON—Get perfect
results; visibles 83 for one month;
87 50 for 3 months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payments apply on
purchase. Remington Typewriter
Co., 266-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise. Phone
133.
TAXIDERMIST
R. W. Llmbert A Co., 123 Bo. 11
VIOLIN MAKER.
Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co,
WALL PAPER and PAINTS
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• BURT OWENS
• MOVED from 213 N. 10th to 1015
• Main St. Phone 602.
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WIGS AND TOUPEES
V AI. .MAN THE US. 1004 ft Main St.
JOB PRINTING
JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED
plant In the state for all kinds of job
printing. Legal blanks a specialty.
Capital News Publishing Co., 71?
along the Atlantic coast. Precipitation
has occurred in most of the northern
states. The following heavy rainfet
Is reported: Tatoosh Island, Wash.,
11.08; Portland, Ore., 1,02. The temper
ature has risen rapidly in parts of Ore
gon, California and Idaho while in the
plains region the weather is much
colder. Temperature below zero is re
ported from Winnipeg, Man. Condi
dons are unsettled and threaten rain
The Great Dot Mystery
Tommy and his cousin Alice roamed away over the pasture one day, in
jendtng to look for the first spring flowers.
Interest them that the posies were forgotten,
m old fence, Tommy spied a little pool,
"What a corking place to keep gold fish," he said.
His cousin Alice laughed and replied;
"A gold fish would last about a minute in there.
7'he re were so many things to
As they stopped to lean over
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