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liUNTKR, 627-8 Idaho Bid«. If
iEORGE R. RUST, 368 Bonn» Bldg, tt
H. Lingeuleller, 361-3 Idaho Bldg, tf
SOQAKX, Attorney, Overland big U
SToN H. MARiSUN, Idaho Bldg.
r. NEAL, 201-262-268 Bun,la Blk. tt
1VMOTT A HEAL V, EMPIRE BLDG.
. CULVIN, 4-6 Menu. Bldg.
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PEN HEIM * HODU1N, <03 - t - 6,
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liuuio mug.
. u. GOOD, Attorney, Room 302, Sonna
Building. Phone 319-W.
LCHAKDS A HAGA, Lawyers, fifth
Lour, Idaho Buuildtng.
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MiLUtoi, attorney, suite
won
60S, Empire Budding.
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E. WINSTEAD, 317 Idaho Bldg.
M. C. DUNBAR, 321 IDAHO BLDG.
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UCAS & AlcAD, .MS, 215 Idaho Bldg.
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. L. YOUNG, Lawyer, 366-368, Son
na Ulug.
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i-AUDE W, GIBSON, General Law
anu Lund Practice. Mode Bldg.
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(UtBER A DAVIDSON. Lawyers. 323
»*i manu Building.
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YMAN A WYMAN, Attorneys, 206
<06 Boise City National Bank Bldg, tf
ART1N A MARTIN, Attorueys-at
inw, (worn 363 Sonna Buuildtng.
. T. SCHREIBER, mining and cur
puratiuu law, 419 Idaho Building, tt
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1. PtKKl, GENERAL LAvV PKAt-
Uce, rooms 204-308 McCarty Build
ing, Telephone 160.
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
COM
ABSTHACX
C. B. Coxe, Mgr. tf
CUllNïï
puny, Yates bldr.
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ACCOUNTANTS
UlSK AUDL CO., C. VAN DEUSEN,
Box 1146, expert accountant, seien
Phones 230 and
Ac ays tvuuxor.
.47-J.
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ARCHITECTS
TOURTKLLOTT * HUMMEL, Att
chitecU, office on second floor Over
land Building
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[AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
AND BAT
WESTERN IGNITION
TEHY CO., 126 S. 11th, phone 284-J.
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AUTO DEALERS.
EIGHT CYLINDER!)
NELSON AUTO sales CO. 9th and
Urove.
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I'lJolit: 35, or Keti. 1671.
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AUTO SPRINGS.
,-lSE SPRING WORKS, EXPERT
spring makers. 1314 Grove, 263 f-R.
Mch31
AUTO TOPS.
.op maker In
omy first-class auto
R. Atkins. 127 S. 11th.
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maiio.
\t\ uTOMOblLE PAINTING.
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K,. A. MASON CO. 1125 Idaho St.
AUTO REPAIRING.
MAIN STREET GARAGE, general re
pairing. Ph. 1394. 1405 Main.
ASSAYERS
POISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS
sayers and chemists. A. G. Van Em an
» Manager, 907 Idaho St., Phune 394. tf
RjISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W.
' Harkloson. essayer and chemist, 227
tt. 10th Street
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ABSTRACTS
Loire title & trust co.. idaho
Bldg. Phone 474.__
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BARBER SHOP.
HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. Hair cut,
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617
C. a. HAIR CUT, 25c; bath, 16c.
Main.
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BOOT REPAIRING.
SHOE HOl.PITAL. 307 N. .TH
BOIS'
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business college
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• COMP E T E N T Stenographers, •
• bookkeepers, cashiers, expert- s
m enced or Inexperienced fur- •
• nished on short notice. Link's s
• Business College, 1016 Idaho St. s
• Phone 1056-J.
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CHIROPODIST
c g. BURT- D.S. C- 8-4 Hotel Brand if
CONTRACTORS
MOVING ÄND CEMENT
house
W 0 rk. 1. K. Hawk; phone 2467 W tf
WOOD WORKER.
GEORGE W. WERTMAN, contractor,
: 4 -nDinet maker and builier; automo
bile bodies rebuilt 1016 Idaho St.
M31
Contractors and Builders.
rtBHJEK.
Chlldrsf 1 ' 8 furniture made. 1018 I dah o,
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CARPENTERS.
For Union Carpenters phone 810-W or
at Hall, room 227 Gorina bldg.
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COLLECTIONS
deporting A Credit Co.. 403
:arty Bl^g. Phone 623.
Western ;
404 Met
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CHINESE PHYSICIANS
DR. G. LOOK CHINESE DOCTOR,
707 Idaho Street
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DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac
tice in Uolse, 216 S. 8th Street
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DR. C. K. AH FONG. 310 N. 7th St., <0
years lu idaho; Box 123. Boise Ida. tf
DR. CHIN MAN SUl, Chinese ptiywi
cian; treats al kinds of chronic dis
easea Jffice 711 Idaho street
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DR. W1NQ LEE TONG CO., treats with
Chinese bet ho, roots and medicine.
Careful treatment assured the afflic
ted. Office 612 Idaho street
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CHIROPRACTORS
A. E. LIND, D. C., 624 Ovepland Bldg.
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MISS McCOBB D. C, 418 Idaho Bldg, tf
C. G. BURT, D. C- 3-4 Hotel Brand, tf
.MERS AND DYERS
CLEA.
CiTN, Cleaning Works, Pho.
. Roache, Mgr., 1914 N. 11th.
ABJ MAI
90. L. M
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ICONOMy DYE WORKS, STEAM
cleaning! and dying. French dry clean
ing; 411 N. loth St.; Phone 2020. tf
CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy
gowns, gents' suits dry or steam
cleaned. Branch office, P 44 Works
1396.
- »
Pantorlum
for garment
cleaning} pressing, altering or repair
phone 1025. Office, 611 Main;
CALL the
ing.
Branch, I Owyhee Bldg.
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DRILLING AND DIGGING.
ASHLEY &. NEELEY, Ph. 137 or 9R1.
DANCING CLASSES.
mig an u fancy dancing. Phone 435-J.
All
DENTIST
DR. DRESSER, 502 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. CARFENTBR, 213 IDAHO BLDG.
DR. DRESSER, 602 Overland Bldg.
A14
DR. COLVER. 401 Idaho B. Ph. 720.
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DR. SHELTON. Yate» Bldg. PE 261.
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Dr. Carrie L. Berthaumm, 408 Idaho
Bldg.
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DR VALKER, ROOM 330 YATES Bldg
Gas given. Phone 2618.
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DETECTIVE AGENCY
INTERMOUNTAIN DETECTIVE
Agency. Prompt, reliable, contldea
tial. Secret service In all its branches.
Investigations and collections made
through our agency in any part of
the world. Phone 2412-W. Address
P. ). Box 906, Boise Idaho.
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EYE, EAR AND THROAT
DR. ED E. MAXEY, OCULIST AND
Aurist, 2U4-6 Idaho Building.
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DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE. EAR, NOSE
and throat. 618-26 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. BRANDT —EAR, NOSE AND
Throat; 207-9 Ove land Building.
DR. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, fiar. Nose
and Throat; 4U6-407 Overland Bldg.
DR. C. R. HUDGEL—Practice limited
tu the rye; 610-10% Overland Dldg.
FLORISTS
BAYHOUSE FLORAL CO.. Boise,
floral designs, cut flowers, plants.
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BOISE FLORAL CO., Ill N. 8th St;
choice cut flower», floral désigna
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GROCERY.
KI4IGHTS' GROCERY.
516 MAIN jstreet; open all night; deli
catessen j goods and imported cheese
ol all kinds.
A19
HARNESS MAKER
BLOCK'S HARNESS f*HOP and sad
dlery, 101 N. 11th Pin ,o 2488-W
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HAIR SWITCHES
SWITCHES, transformations, puffs and
curls made from combings. Call or
address Margaret Jordan, 824 N. 20th
St.. Bulsl', Ida. Phone 2217W.
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HOTELS.
MITCHELL HOTEL, a homelike place.
I'nres right; across' from depot. A16
HAIR DRESSERS.
lArls Fashion Hair Store, 100434 Mala
St., specialties in hair goods: up-to
date beauty parlors. Phone 53
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HOME PORTRAITS.
J, G. BUR^S. Phone 1208-W.
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INSURANCE
±
SEE P. M. DAVIS for general insur
ance. Your patronage ta solicltsd.
Overland Budding.
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JEWELRY REPAIRING.
A. BALLO'
Jeweler, a
r, pioneer watchmaker and
t 708 Malu. » !
A6
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A. k EATON, Scrip, 603 Idaho Bldg, j
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LAND ATTORNEY
LADIES* TAILORINQ.
WANDER BROS. 213 Overland'bldg, tf
MRS. K. FOREST. 423 IDAHO BLDG.
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LUMBER YARDS
W. H.' RIDENBAUGH, DEALER IN
native lumber, Oregon shingles, also
floorings, doors, windows, mouldings,
and building material. Main and 4th
Sts. Phone »68.
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LOANS.
AÔA COUNTY Abstract Oo., Yates
bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr.
MAPS.
MAPS, BLUE PRINTS, 608 Overland
Bldg.
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MEAT MARKETS
FOR SALE
Freeh beef, pork,
mutton, poultry etc.
cured meats of all
kinds. Salted and
smoked fleh.
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Farmerr - Market 1221 Main. Ph. 1401.
Harvey's, 724 Main. The commissary
Market Phone 21t. Fn delivery, tf
MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES
HENRY W. BAKER sells best Di
cycles In town. 113 S. 11th. Phone
161-W.
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MILLINERY
MRS TYLER, 216 North Ninth. A15
Call and Inspect our line of hats. F.
M. White Co., 802 Bannock.
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YOU are ipvited to see the latest styles
In hats at Nelson Millinery, 803 Ban
nock street.
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MONUMENTS
T. F. KELTNER, 1616 Main St.
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MATTRESS REPAIRING
MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER
and repaired. Joslln-Garver Bed
ding Co., 1614-1616 Main SL; Phone
69S-W.
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MONEY TO LOAN
CHILDS & CO., 80-31 Falk Bldg. tf
ROBERT VAN G1LSE. 1225 Main tf
SHERMAN G. KING 34 Falk Bldg, tf
W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man. tf
E. C. LAUGHLIN & CO., 8% money. A6
McReynolde &«W'hitson, 620 Ida. Bldg.
THE NEWHOUSB INV. CO„ Sonna
Blk,
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TO LOAN—3600, 31000, 31350 and 33000.
W. G. Messersmith, 710 Idaho St. M2S
ON chatties or salary,
rates, 403 McCarty Bldg Box 187. tf
Reasonable
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON
farm aecurltly. H. E. McElroy, Em
pire Bldg.
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FARM AND CITY LOANS—Quick
service; best rates. BRUCE &. FULD
LOAN & TRUST CO., Falk Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN—On real estate,
chattels, any and all kinds of se
curity. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
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WE BUY and sell notes and mortgages
and make real 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, Mc
v»rtv Bldg.
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FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Headquarters for farm and city loans,
any size. No delay. Courteous treat
ment. New location, 209 North Eighth
St. Bruce & Fuld Loan & Trust Co.
A24
HEADQUARTERS for
MORTGAGE LOANS
SOUTHERN IDAHO
E ASTER N OREGON
Ira E. High a Company
v»Tts Building. Boise
NURSERY STOCKS.
TREESl TREE8! TREESI Fruit,
Bhade and ornamental; vines, rosea,
etc. F. J. WooiJb, corner 9th and
Bannock. Nursery S. Walnut SL
A10
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. tt
DR. HANDY, O. 622 State. Ph. 3SC.
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DR. WALTER B. KINGSBURY, 13>
Idaho Bldg. Phone 837.
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DR. S. R. RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath.
Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg.
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OPTOMETRIST.
D. M. FLEMING. OPTOMETRIST,
Room 16, Gsm Bldg.
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BOISE OPTICAL Oo.
1003 Main St
Dr. E. 8. Owen,
Optometrist.
We put the E E'a in
eyes.
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po p Now—Subscribe for the i 'pi
tal Newa
Phone 2435.
OPTICIANS.
Globe Optical Co.
Eyes examined,
tory on the premieoa
308 Main St
Fac
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TTy
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PIANO TUNING
C. E. ROBISON, Wise Pluno House, tf
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
EMMA WILKINSON, 226 Idaho Bldg.
Phone 460,
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PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER—A DUN
LAP, 308 Overland Bldg.
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
DR. HOLVERSON, 317 Empire Bldg.;
General practice; specialties, ob
stetrics tevaanements) Homeopathy.
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PLUMBING & HEATING
FOR low estimate, repairs, Jobblug. J.
Craig, 2098-W, 1602 N. 25.
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ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO.,
Ltd., Adeimun Bros.,
modern plumbing, heating and sheet
metal wer I*: 622 Idaho St. Phone 156.
managers,
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PAPER HANGING
SIGN and house painting and kalso
mining. Foster. tlO Main, phono
1094-W.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
SHAVER—Good Photos, Mode bldg, tf
STAMPER—Cor. 9th & Idaho. Phone
6-c
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RENTALS. ^
TATE INSURANCE AGCY., 222 Sonna
block.
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SPRAYING
S. R. CASTIÏ.E— 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.
Ale
SHOE REPAIRING.
RIEBE AND COOPER
720 Main and 822 Idaho Sts.
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FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop, Capital
Newa Bldg.
A15
SAW FILING.
SCISSORS grinding. 114 N, 9th St. A5
SHEET METAL WORK
FURNACE work and auto radiator
pairing a specialty. Geuereux *.
Butler, 112 S. 8th. Phone G74-W.
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SOCIETIES
BOISE LODGE NO. 2, A. F.
& A. M., meets every Tues
day evening in Masonic hall.
Visitors welcome. Charles O.
Nelson, Secretary.
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ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60,
. A. F. & A. M., regular meet
ings every Friday. Masonic
I» hall.
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Sojourners welcome.
Perry C. Marshall, Secretary.
BOISE LODGE NO. 77.. ï. O. O. F„
meets every Tuesday night at Odd
Fellows Hall. 13th and Eastman. All
Odd Fellows wel me. J. M. Hollister
Secretary.
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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the
first and third Tuesdays of each
month at old 3L John's hall, 8th and
1 Sts. Visiting Knights and in
«•d to attend. Frits Hummel,
Grand Knight; Frank F. Church,
financial secretary.
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DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE
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THE BEAUTY SPOT.
Surely there's no need to wear
Patches on a face so fair,
II may be you use tliem, though,
That your skin shall whiter show.
Find Her husband.
Whatsoever It may be,
Choice or fashion's stem docroe,
That you to tlielr usti may move.
We hope hubby will approve.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.
Left »ids dewn In tkirL
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TODAY'S OFFICIAL WEATHER MAP
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FORECAST FUR BOISE AND VI
CINITY—Unsettled weather tonight
and Sunday, probably with rain or
snow.
DAILY REPORT—Highest tempera
ture yesterday, 4 G ; lowest temperature
this morning, 30; mean temperature
yesterday, 36.
CONDITIONS—The principal at
mospheric depression now extends
from Texas and Louisiana to the up
per lake region and a less Important
depression cxints over (he extreme
northwest. High pressure prevails in
the east and over a belt reaching from
SECOND HAND STORE
A VVashburîr _ MandoUn for sale. Her
furth & Nichten, lull Idaho. Phone
1056-W ' • tf
WE buy second hand furniture. Pio
neer Furniture Company, 909 Idaho
Street. Phone 285.
\\'E, pay the best prices for second
hand furniture and we will exchange
your odd pieces tor new. Jenkins
Furniture Co. Phone 669.
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SHOE SHINE PARLOR.
GET A shine Irom Matt. 704 Main, tf
TYPEWRITERS.
HEN A REMINGTON—Get perfect
results; visibles 33 for one month;
37 50 for 3 months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payments apply on
purchase. Remington Typewriter
Co., 256-7. Sonna Bldg., Boise. Phone
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133.
TAXIDERMIST
R. W. Limbert & Co.. 123 So. 11
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VIOLIN MAKER.
Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co. tf
WALL PAPER and PAINTS
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e moved from 213 N. loth to 1016 e
e Mala St. Phone 602.
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WIGS AND TOUPEES
VAL MATTHEUS. 1004 U; Main St tf
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?
Idaho Street
the south Pacific coast V> Manitoba,
Precipitation has occurred over large
areas in the west. The following large
amounts are reported: Kansas City,
Mo., 1.16; Portland. Ore., 1.17. The
weather is warmer on the north Pa- ;
eitle slope anti f'.'om the upper Missis
sippi river eastward while in the mid- ;
die west there has been a decided fall. I
Unsettled gyeather Is Indicated for
Boise and its vicinity, with rain or |
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The Great Dot Mystery
The big trees on the farm fascinated Tommy and ho never tired of climb
Ing them. Of course, it had a disastrous effect on his clothes, but no real boy
cares nnythlng about a few torn places In his knickerbockers.
One big tree always seemed to beckon to him, and even though It was too
big to climb, he decided that he would get a ladder that would reach up to
the crotch, where he could build a house. /
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To find out what Tommy got, join the dots with a pencil line, beginning
with dot No. 1 and taking them in numerical order. Then cut out and paste
each day's picture in a scrap book, and when the last ens is printed, you will
have "The Dot Farm" story complete in permanent book form. »
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