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WHEAT ADVANCES;
THEN COES DOWN
Early Gains Are Lost in
Weakness Shown at
the Glose.
Chicago, March 29.—Wheat made a
fresh advance today owing to reports
of heavy damage to the winter crop
r.nd because of unfavorable weather in
the spring crop belt. According to a
well known authority, the general con
dition of the domestic winter crop la
lower than at any corresponding time
in six years. Opening prices, which
ranged from 14 c to %c down, with May
1.124 to 1.1264 and July 1.094 to 1.0964.
were followed by a rise to more than 1
cant above yesterday's finish.
The close was unsettled at the same
us yesterday's finish to %@4 lower.
Wheat—May, open 1.124. close
L1264; July, open 1.094, close 1.1064.
Corn—May, open 734, close 73 64;
July, open 784, close 7 4 64.
Oats—May, open 834, close 84; July,
open 4264, close 4264
Pork—May, open 23.07, close 22.82;
July, open 22,85; close, 22.67.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
fCapltal News Special Service)
Chicago, March 29.—Hogs—Receipts.
40,060. Market slow and 15c lower than
yesterday's average. Bulk, 9.6O0'9.75:
light, 9.35i?ji>9.86: mixed and butchers.
9.45 @9.80; heavy, 9.35#9.80; rough
heavy, 9.35® 9.50.
Cattle, 10 to 16 lower.
Sheep, 10 to 15 lower.
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Service)
Bouth Omaha, March 29.—Hogs—
Receipts, 16,800. Market, opening 10®'
15 lower, closing 15®25 lower. Bulk,
B.10®9.30; top, 9.45; range, [email protected];
mixed and butchers', 9®9.35; good to
choice heavy, ».25419.45; rough heavy,
9.154Î9.25; lights. 8.75 0« 9.25; pigs, 6.50
@8.50.'
Cattle—Receipts, 6000. Market [email protected]
15 lower.
Sheep—Receipts, 13.000. Market
slow, somé selling, mostly 15 lower.
Ho*»—Market steady^ with previous
quotations. Receipts 270.
Sheep—Market stronger. Spring
lambs, 13; ewes, 8.25; yearlings, lu.
Hecetpts, none.
North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service)
North Portland. March 29.—Cattle—
Market steady with previous quota
tions. Receipts, 43.
LOCAL MARKETS.
Wholesale Market*.
I,oral fruit—Apples. 76c to *1.25.
Eggs, honey and ranch butter—
(Corrected tally by w. J. Campbell At
Son.)—French ranci, eggs, per case,
*1.50; honey, per case *2; ranch
butter, 224c to 25c per lb.
Hay and grain—Alfalfa, *11.50©) 12.50
per ton baled; timothy, baled, *[email protected];
wheat, *1.25®1.4G per cat.; oats, *1.20
per cwt.; barley, *1.25; seed potatoes,
*34**2.50.
Dairy produce—(Corrected dally by
the Mutual Creamery company)—
Butter fat, 2Sc pound. Creamery but
ter, cubes, 2Sc pound; prints, 30c.
Livestock—(Corrected daily by the
Boise Butcher company—Cows. *4.50 @
*4.75 per cwt.; steers, $6®6.25; prime
hogs, *8 per cwt.; medium, *7.50 per
cwt.; heavy rough, *7.00; shearling
wethers, *6©6.50 per cwt.; ewes, *4.50
per cwt.; lambs, 6c per lb.; hens. 11®
12c per lb.; breakfact bacon. 17c per
pound; ham. 16c per pound; lard, tierce
base, 1114c per pound.
Retail Mamet*.
(Corrected daily ' y w J. Campbell
A Son)—Potatoes, *2©2.25 per cwa.,
10 pounds for 25c; green peppers, 40c
1b., parsley, oc per bunch: hothouse
radishes, 5. per bunch; eabbaA, 3c per
lb ; celery, 5c and 10c per bunch; neets,
8c per lb.; cucumbers, 20c eah: hot
house lettuce, 20c lb.; »Weet potatoes, 3
lbs. 25c; Brussels sprouts, 15c lb.; arti
chokes, 2 for 25c; garlic, 25c lb.; Mexi
can peppers, S6e lb.; cauliflower, 15c Der
lb.; elery root, 5c each; new carrots,
10c bunch; new beets, 10c per bunch;
new cabbage, 5c per lb,; new turnips,
10c per bunch; asparagUB, 26c per lb„
rhubarb, 124c per lb.; cabbage greens,
10c per lb.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per
box, C6c to *1.50.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds
for 25c; cut off bananas, 15®20c dozen;
pineapples, 124c lb,; oranges. 25 to 60c
per dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen:
Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; new
dates, 16c package; tomatoes, 25c per
lb,; Mlshon figs, 15c; Turkish tigs,
20c basket.
Sugar and lard—Beet »agar, per
cwt., *7.65; cane augur, per cwt., *7.90;
lard, per 10-pound pail. *1.50; maple
auger, 25c per pound.
Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
J0c; creamery butter. 40c per pound;
ranch butter, 26c an." 30c per pound;
hûnéy, 15c .pound.
Poultry—Hen*. 20c per lb.; spring
frys, 50c to 60c each; ducks, 22c; tur
key», *8c; jeeee. 18e lb.; capons,
25c lb.
Flour—Straight grams. *1.65®1.75
per 48-Jb. sack; high patent, *1.80®2
per 46-pound sack.
Fi»h—Halibut, 20c per pound; sal
mon, SOc per pound; porch, 174c
per pound; fresh herring. 15c per
pound; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Finnan haddle, 26c; Coeur d'Alene
white fish, 20c pound; brook trout, 60c
per pound; rock cod, 174c per pound;
clams, 10c pound; crawfish, 75c dcsen;
crab», 30©35o; catfish, 25c per pound;
•hrimp, 30c pound; Columbi» river
anlelts, 3 pounds for 35c.
SUNSET.
"Sunset" magazine and the Capita]
Hiwt daily and Sunday editions, both
for ohé year for *6, the regular price of
thé paper alone. This is surely a bar
gain. GraBp the opportunity. Phone
>34 and a representative will call.
The report that SL Helena is in
readiness for the kaiser recalls the well
fcnoWn recipe for cooking o'poaaum.
Subscribe for tn* Capital New«,
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YOUTHFUL GENIUS INVENTS A TORPEDO
THAT CAN BE CONTROLLED BY WIRELESS
John Hays Hammond, Jr., aon of
the famous mining engineer and Re
publican politician, has invented
many wireless contrivances, several
of which are now before the war de
partment, waiting to be passed up
He has invented a torped
be controlled by wireless
the coast fortifications. He has ap
plied for more than one hundred pat
ents covering the sy tern in the
United States and foreign countries,
Th< younger Hammond & only twen
ty-eight years old.
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"Let us go out into the sunshine." —D'Akni' veto.
Gout.
EOPÏ.E speak of rheumatic gout. There la no such disease. Rheu
matism is an infectious disease, due to a specific germ. The essential
feature of gout Is the deposition Into and around joints, of "chalky"
sodium biurate crystals, from blood that has, by reason of faulty
! bodily chemistry—metabolism—become surcharged with uric acid. Right
j metabolism Is the conversion of Inspired oxygen, the life-sustaining gaB,
plus the fluids and the foodstuffs that are Ingested, Info healthy blood and
| healthy bodily tissues. Not to venture Into the dense mazes of organic
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chemistry it will suffice to note that the "purin bodies" in food, those which
contain superabundant nitrogen, and which tend therefore to an excess of
uric acid In the circulation, should be minimized (they cannot be entirely
avoided) In the diet of whomsoever has k. tendency to gout.
There are those of us who tend to gout,
there Ib a heredity In gout, there are those among us who spring from a
gouty stock. The comparatively rare cases of gout In women are thus in
large part explained,
however, If other causative factors are prevented from adding their weight;
If any one with such an inheritance will but live the physiological life;
will guard against excess In food and drink; will take coffee, tea and cocoa
moderately; will be very temperate, abstinent. If possible, as to alcohol—
port especially; will guard carefully against sudden temperature and ele
mental changes, cold and wet, especially of the feet.
There Is a relation between some occupations and gout;
prone, also decorators, plumbers, printers, lead pipe workers, whitesmiths,
tin workers, workers in lead generally, barmen, cabmen, longshoremen,
hotel servants and the like.
Among the purln-free or nearly purln-free foods are; Milk, eggs, white
bread, biscuits, hominy, tapioca, cornstarch, rice, farina, sugar and syrup,
jam and marmalade, cake (except with coffee or chocolate flavoring),
soups, potatoes, cauliflower, cabbage, lettuce, egg-plant, nuts, cheese, Ice
cream. custard or cocoanut pie. Boiled meats, especially If boiled In two
waters, and boiled flsh are preferable to the roasted or broiled, because the
puvins are thus to a considerable degree boiled out of them,
substances as these one's physician will prescribe a dietary during either
an acute attack, or when one has a premonition of an attack,
one must abstain from any food which they have learned from experience
will not agree with them. Plenty of water must be drunk, especially be
tween meals, because no food Is absorbed that Is not ultimately In liquid
form. No one prone to gout should eat sweetbreads, kidneys, liver, meat
extracts, salt-flsh, roe, caviar or highly seasoned foods.
Apart from riotous living,
One may be spared this hereditary manifestation,
Painters are
ires ",
From such
The gouty
Questions of general interest wilt be
answered here, space permitting — oth
ers bp mail if stamped return envelope
is enclosed. Requests for personal di
agnosis or treatment cannot, however,
be considered in any way.
TYPHOID CARRIERS.
J. C. asks: What is a typhoid car
rier?
Answer: A typhoid carrier Is a
person who has either had typhoid
fever or who has taken Into his sys
tem the typhoid bacilli along with his
food and drink. One may never have
had the disease and still be a typhoid
carrier. The typhoid 'germs multiply
in the systems of typhoid carriers,
generally In the gall bladder, and then
they are voided In the discharges.
When such carriers are uncleanly In
their habits they are likely to con
taminate any food they touch.
A BEAUTY' HINT.
M. T. asks: Can you give me a
prescription for a good Complexion?
Answer: The following advice is
This column is devoted to disease prevention; to physical and mental
hygiene; to the promotion of health, efficiency and long life. The latgst devel
opments tn medical science tcill be presented.
Drive Catarrh Away
By Purifying Your Blood
During whiter, nature changes the
blood <rf men and we, because of our
habits, unconsciously do those things
which are against nature. Then far
down amid the vital organs creep
weakneeaee, that our blood is not vig
orous enough to light off.
Here Is where Cstanh enters and
quickly makes a conquest. We feel
the effects of a cold in nose or throat
and sometimes in lungs and stomach.
The most common symptoms of the
preeenee of Catarrh Is an inflamed and
tender condition of the breathing pas
sage« and the blocking of throat and
nostrils with mucous.
It is a frequent mistake to treat
this symptom and neglect the actual
disease.
If the blood was pur# and vigorous
Catarrh would not get a foothold. But
sincerely offered, and I hope you will
take it in good part.
"Get one pot of
rouge (any kind of rouge) and
rabbit's foot Bury them together two
miles from home (or from any trolley
line or other means of conveyance)
and walk out and back (In any and
every kind of weather, wearing rub
bers or arctics in snow or rain) to be
sure that they are still where you have
burled them."
one
Besides this, go to bed
so that you will be sure to sleep eight
hours, bathe in water ns cold as pos
sible within comfortable limit«, eat'
three meals of wholesome food, drink
plenty of water with and between
meals, don't eat anything between
meals, cut out sweets and Indigestible
pastries, see that the bowels and the
kidney's work properly, bathe your face
at night In water as hot as you esn
stand it, use a good soap as often as
cleanliness requires Then, barring
organic disease (for which your doc
tor should be consulted) I guarantee
you.will have a complexion that will
stop the traffic on any thoroughfare.
having gotten a foothold in our sys
tem, the only possible way to cure the
disease is to remove the impurities
from the blood and at the same time
tone up the blood so it will become
vigorous and health, again.
The use of washes, spraÿl, salves,
have only a temporary local effect;
they do not reach the disease. S. S. S.
.has proved for half a century to be
the most powerful antidote to poison
blood. It* action IS to
strengthen the blood corpuscles SO
they fight off disease. If you suffer
from Catarrh In any of Its forms, don't
be misled into treating the symptoms
but take S. S. S. and remove the cause.
Any druggist can supply you.. Get
the genuine. Write our Medical De
partirent. Boom 21, for advice. Swift
Specific Company, Atlanta. Ga.
In the
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The Capital Newa la kept on aale at the fui*
towing places:
Atlantic City, N. J.—Star N'ewa Co.
Burley, Ida —Sprague & Terhunc.
Butte, Moot.—1*. O. New* Stand; Keefe Bro*.,
Proprietors.
Birmingham, Ala.—Delaye's Newt Agency.
Boston, M*as.~ iCagle New* Co.
Cincinnati, O.—Louis Peterson, fifth and Vine
Streets.
Caldwell, Ida.—Keith Miller, 130* Dearborn
Ave.; Saratoga New* Stand.
Cleveland, O.—The Lake Shore New* Co„
i8ai Prospect Ave.
Duluth, Minn.—World Newa Co.
Denver, Colo.—Dvieren é Uusn.
Detroit, Mich.—Metropolitan New* Ca., office
*j Lafayette Ave.
Dallas, Tex.—Imperitl News Agency.
El Paso, Tex.— C. W. Williams
Emmett, Idaho—S. J. Rees
Fort Worth, Tex.—Robert Bloomberg; Utta
Bros. 1 Newa Co.
Goodin
(.rest
Shafer.
orld News Co.
ig, Idaho—C. J.
Falls, Mont.—W
Hailey. Idaho—J. W. Fuîd, P. O. News Stand.
Honolulu, Hawaii—Home News Agency.
Idaho Falls. Idaho—Buff ham & Co., Central
Drug Store.
Indianapolis. lud—V<nu* News Co., Cor. Illi
nois and Market St»., inland News Agency.
King Hill, Idaho—Lewis J. Morrison, F. U.
News Stand.
Kansas City, Mo.—Yoma Newt Co., B18 Wall
St; tet. ,
Los Angeles, Cal.—Kemp New» Agency; The
New* Shop, Fifth and Broadway, M. Marcus.
Meridian, Idah »- J. C. McIntosh.
Montpelier, Idaho—J. J. Myer.
M.'Cau, Liait — H. E. Nutting,
Minneapolis, Minn.—Kemp & Kolien News Co.;
VVorld News Co.
New Haven, Conn.—Eagle News Co.
Nampa, Idaho—Halley Wilson; fl. L. Nichols
& Co.
New York, N. Y.—Linkoff & Co., aao Broad
way.
Ontario, Ore.— C. L. Fiser.
On Trains in Idaho—Gray News Co.
Parma, Idaho -I*. R. Stockton.
Philadelphia, Pa.—Quaker News Co., 5*a N.
Sixth Street.
Payette. Idaho—Postoffice News Stand.
Pocatello, Idaho—Rork's Book Store; Corner
Drug Store; Gray News Co. Stsnd.
Rexburg. Idaho—The Jewell.
Rupert, Idaho—Rupert Pharmacy.
Kigby, Idaho—Barrett Bro*.; Gray News Co.
Star, Idaho—L. B. Wehr.
St. Paul, Minn.—World News Co.
Stockum, Cal.—A. G. Wilson, Freeman News
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Spokane* Wash.—Jameson News Co.; Stubeck
News Co*
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ADVERTISING representatives
Frsnklyn P. Alcorn,
33W. J4th St. New York.
Prank W. Henkel,
Gas Building, Chicago.
People'*
POSTAGE ON DKOl- LETTERS IS TWO
CENTS—At all poatoffices where there
city carrier* two cents postage i* required —
all lettera. All answers, tu ads., whether
mailed in Boise or outside, going through the
postoffice should have a two-ccnt stamp at
tai-'ied- onc cent is not sufficient.
WANTED.
HORSES TO PASTURE—Call Farm
ers' Corral.
A16
WANTED TO BUY—Delivery horse.
1818 N. 11th SL
A..
WANTED—Accounts for collections;
write Box 187, Boise.
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LAWN WORK, spading, raking and
lawn mowing. Phone 22-J.
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LACE CURTAINS beautifully done up,
35c 'and 40c per pair. Phone 232J.
A2
WANT TO RENT—Small Improved
acreage with pasture; close in. Box
684, Boise.
M29c
WALL PAPER and kalsomine, rooms
cleaned, *1 up. All work guaran
teed. Phone 906. M31c
WHAT will you take for your auto
mobile? I want one. Address 1381.
care Capital News.
Al
WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi
tal News office. Apply at press room
In the basement.
WANT' painters to figure on painting
and kalsorainlng store. The Boise
Ellers Music House, 822-324 Idaho
St., Boise.
M29
WANTED AT ONCE, tv^o men with
team of four horses each, for thirty
day-H' work on farm. Inquire at room
616, Overland building.
M29c
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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wanted—O wner of a first-class farm
and dairy ranch want« to borrow
*1500 on livestock, chattels and crops,
from private party. Will pay good
Interest and give ample security.
Address "Loan," care Capital News.
Al
Manufactured in Idaho!!
AUTOMOBILE tops, seat cov
ers, automobile cushions,
backs and automobile uphol
stery. When prices and qual
ity are equal give us your
work. Pioneer Tent & Awn
ing Co.. Auto Top Depart
ment. 524 Main Street. Sixth
and Main. Boise.
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM.
PANY.
Leave Boise for Lagle, Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7:00, *:oo,
9:SC, 11:00; p. tn. 1:09, *;00, *:00,
4:00, E:30, 7:00, 9:60, 11:00.
Leave Bolee for Meridian, "Tampa
and Caldwell; a- m. 6:80, 7:30. 9:00,
10:80, 12:00 noon- p. m. l:*e, 3:30,
3:30, *4:30, 6;00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00.
*To Meridian and McDermott only,
Boise to ' Duncan Station:
Boise, a. m. **:30, *7:05; p. m. 13:06.
5:05, 6:06.
Duncan, a. m. *6:41, «7.80; p. m. 13:30
6:30, 6 : 80 .
»Daily except su* 'axa
INTERURBAN LINES
Leave
Duncan Station to Boise:
euve
On* Cant a Word Each Insertion.
No Adv*rti**m*nt Leas Than IS Cant*.
WANTED,
YOUR PLUMBING AND REPAIR-|
lng, prices right; work right Phone
8I1-W. Will Konrad, BIO State St. tf
SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper;
have 10 years' experience in county
offices; best of references. Phone
A15
1575J.
THOUSANDS government Jobs open to
MEN-WOMEN. *76 to *160 month.
Write Immediately for list, Franklin
Institute, Pep.. (0 N, Rochester,
N. Y.
A Re
WANTED HELP—Female
WANTED—Woman for general houso
M2»c
work. Phone 1162-J.
WANTED—Cook and waitress, with
good reference at the Booster Cafe,
M29c
Dubois, Idaho.
WANTED—Woman for general house
work and care for small children on
farm near Meridian. Phone 2213-W.
M29
WANTED—Girl with knowledge of
trimming and making millinery. Call
between 7 and 8 p. in., at room 15.
M 2 »
Pioneer Bldg.
WANTED—Woman cook on ranch,
middle aged preferr d; good wages.
State age and experience In first
letter. P. O. Box 98, Jamieson, Ore.
A1
THE Youij^ Woman', Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 80S-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
tendance. Phone 1S66W.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
ABLEBODIED MEN for firemen,
brakemen, *120 monthly; experience
unnecessary. Address Railway, care
Capital News.
S - 'uMonTues-M29c
FOR RENT—HOUSES
E1GHT-ROOM house, free rent. Phone
669-W.
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FOR RENT—Modern 6 room bungalow.
M31c
1712 N. 12th.
FOR RENT—Five room modem cot
tage. Phone 1750.
A3
FOR RENT—4 room cottage 2 blocks
from Eldorada Station. Phone 31-R4.
M30c
Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar,-garage;
*6 per - month. Lucas, 215 Idaho
Bldg.
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FOR RENT—5-room furnished house,
Including piano. Carter, McCarty
Bldg
A1
FOR RENT—6-room house on East
State; (modern, gas, electric lights
Carter, Mc
and sleeping porch.
Carty Bldg.
Al
FOR RENT—Apartments
FOR KENT—6-room modern heated
apartment. Phone 2184-W.
Al
FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St.
tf
THREE and four-room apartment fur
nished or unfurnished. 923 Fort.
Phone 661-W. M29
Furnished for Housekeeping,
FYont housekeeping suites, clean, well
furnished, steam heat, hot water, *10
2210—12
A14
up; no children. Phone
until v2.
FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
TWO small housekeeping rooms; gas.
light; *7. 608 So. 15th.
Al
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms ; 1309 Franklin St.
M31
FOR RENT.
GOOD foot hill pasture, *2 per month.
O. W. Dye, half mile north Barber.
Ale
FOR RENT—35 acres on Fairgrounds.
Call office Gem State Fair, O. P.
M30
Hendershot, Secretary.
FOR RENT—5 acres two miles south
of town; 7-room house; fruit and
berries. Ada Realty Co.
Al
FOR RENT CHEAP—33 acres In high
state of cultivation; 7-room house
and barn; also 4-room house with
bath and sleeping porch, close In;
also 5-room furnished house, close
In, and 6-room modern house, close
In, has nice lawn and shade.
Schooler-Starling Agency, Overland
M29
Bldg.
SEEDS AND GRAINS.
FOR SALE—Good seed oats? Phone,
28-R-l.
A9
FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re
cleaned rye for seed. Ross & Co.,
1324 Main.
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FOR SALE-J-Seed grain, "Big Four"
oata, bluestem wheat. H. O. McMa
nlmte, phone 13jf.
A27
FOR SALE
AUTO CARS
ig
FOR SALE—Some good used cars,
electrically equipped. Prices are
right. The home of the Oakland.
* Central Auto Co., 206-268 So. 10th St.
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FOR SALE!—Ford touring car, has
shock absorbers, electric lights, At -
watar-Kent ignition system, tires
new. Can be had cheap If taken at
once. Phone 324 Boise Overland Co.
A3
BOARD AND ROOM
House,
BOARD AND ROOMS--Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 9IS.
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FOR HIRE
saddle horses. l«th . nd Main, tf
SADDLE HORSES for hlro-Far.tiers'
Corral.
A16
Ona Cant a Word Each Insertion.
No Advertisement Leaa Than 1S Cant*.
FOR SALE
ADA County Abstract Co., Yates Bldg.
C. B. Coxe, Mgr.
mch31
FOR SALE—Bluestem seed wheat;
bast on the market. Phone 98.
A3
FOR SALE—Chairs, tabla, ruga, stoves
and other household articles, at 617
No. 9th.
Ale
DANDY solid oak buffet, cost new *85.
Our price, *17.60. Exchange Store,
1009 Main.
All
SOLID OAK book case—a beauty, at
1-3 new price, or *11.60. Exchange
Store, 1009 Main.
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PERSONAL.
TOP prices for men's cast-off clothing,
shoes, etc. Phone 1616.
Apr30c
FOR SALE—County newspaper, one
man office. Good business, location
and prospects. Boy 1323, Capital
News.
A 1
WE SELL trunks it best prices In the
city at trunk factory location. 1009
Main. Exchange Store.
A3
REMINGTON automatic shotgun, spe
cial trap grade, cost *60, our price
*30. Exchange Store, 1009 Main. Apr3
FOR SALE—Good blacksmith shop,
stock and tools. Good business, 1916
Overland. Earle Webb, Kuna, Idaho.
A10
FOR SALE—-Owner left his *50 gold
watch with me to sell for *20.
very exceptional bargain. Underwood,
Jeweler, 80. Ninth St.
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FOR SALE—Second hand Irrigation
pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand;
save you money. Idaho Junk House,
613 So. 8th St., Boise, Phone 680. A28
FOR SALE—A nice paying pressary,
cheap; plenty of work for one man;
cheap rent.
Price *150. Address 1375 Capital
M29
Owner called east.
News.
LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION.
PATRONIZE the old reliable home In
dustry. Supply unlimited. Only
distributed by Idaho Hdw. & Plumb,
lng Co., Boise, Idaho: Chark J.
Hinsei, Poise, Idaho; McLain Hdw.
Co., Nampa, Idaho; Meridian Spray
Mfg, Co„ Meridian. Idaho.
A8
FOR SALE
POULTRY.
Blooded breeding stock
Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators,
Foods. General Supplies
of all kinds.
Brooders,
ML
FOR SALE—Setting hens.
63-R4.
Phone
M30
FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C.
E. Sharp, Rt. 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
for setting. Phone 2310-J. P. O.
Box 416.
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FOR SALE—Incubators and repairs,
new and second hand, at Loveley'S,
14th ami Main.
A19
WHITE WYANDOTTE eggs for hatch
ing from first prize pen at 1916 poul
try show. Phone 2481-J.
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PURE BRED Bronze Turkey Eggs, 10c
each. Jessie McClellan. Pho. 63-lU.
4 north Spaulding Crossing.
M30c
SHERMAN'S White V/yandottes. Re
cognized Blue Ribbon Winners.
Scotch Collies. Address Chas. C.
Sherman, Boise.
Al
PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTES of Roy
al blood. Baby chicks after April 1,
Write E. T. Smith,
Aprl
at 20c each.
Route 6, Boise.
SHERMAN'S WHITE WYANDOTTES
—Recognized winners; breeders and
eggs. Scotch collies. Charles C.
Sherman, Boise, Idaho.
Al
FOR SALE—Day-old chicks and eggs
for hatching from thoroughbred
White Leghorns. W. R. McFall,
Boise R. D. No. 4, or Farmers' filar
M29
ket.
TOR SALE)—Thoroughbred Barred
Rock eggs for hatching from prize
winning stock, *1.50 for 15. Address
J. H. Hoptïgarten, 10U7 Idaho St., or
phone 216C-J.
AS
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze
Turkeys, *4 per 11. White Leghorns:
Chicks, *12. Eggs, *7 per 100. Sate
delivery guaranteed. La Vista Farm,
Baker, Oregon.
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FOR SALE!— S. C. White Leghorn;
year's average 178.95 eggs per hen:
1st. 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs.
*1.60 per setting; *8.00 per hun
dred. Chicks, *15 per hundred.
Archie M. Larson, Rt. 3, -Weiser,
Idaho. A19e
FOB SALE
LIVESTOCK
Horses. Cattle and
Livestock of every
kind.
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FOR SALE—Good young jack; address
P. L. Gaylord, Star, Idaho.
M nv.
HORSES harness and rig« for sale or
hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W.
Aprl2
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TO TRADE—Piano for cow or rows,
Phone 2630-W.
TO TRADE.
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WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Cauital News.
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To TRADE— Ne« 6-room modern, for'
automobile. Kills addition. Phone
2722. tf
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TO TR'ADE—Good 6 per cent paper for
first-class auto. Box 1325, Capital
News.
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A 75 per cent equity in 4-room house
for auto or extra %ood motorcycle.
Address 1323, Capital News.
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TO TRADE—180- acre relinquishment,
four m'les from R. R., for small
auto. Address Box 562, Nampa, Ida.
On* Cant a Word Each Inaartion.
No Advartiaamant Less Than 16 Canta.
FOR SALIC—Real Estate.
ADA County Attract Co., Yates Bldg.
mch31
C. B. Coxe, M(r.
FOR SALE!—Lot
near ear; will
aon, Hughaon, 1
s on North 18th 8L,
sacrifice. John AI11
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FOR SALE—By
tracts with 6-1
chard, close to
Address Rt. Nc
owner, four 6-acre
00m house, small or
school, *160 per acre.
. 2, Box 79, Boise. Alo
STILL GOING D
til sold. This
the *2000 buns
Lucas. 215 Ida! o Bldg. Phone 660.
3WN-*50 a week un- «
week *1200 will buy
alow as advertised.
A1
FOR SALE—6 A
school. Highly
gain; house, b
all seeded. *250
Land Co.
. adjacent to Whitney
Improved, a real bar
arn, orchard; berries,
0. McClellan-Hoobler
M30
FOR SALE—Fir
story house,
grounds, 6c car
from town. F
P. O. Box 126,
e 84 acres, good 2
northweat of fair
fare, 66 minute* walk
nr particulars address
M2»
Boise.
FOR SALE—Eajsy terms, good house
ood corner lot. Must
t consider some trade.
Jerome, clear, to trade
and lot, also g
business; mlgti
Forty acres at
for house and about one acre of
ground on bench. Schooler-Starling
Mile
A gey.
Wa Are Trading
120 acres near Donnelly to trade for
Boise property.
5-room house or. Warm Spring, Ave.,
to trade.
Camas Prairie lnnd to trade for Colo
rado land.
Kansas land to trade for Idaho land
We match you anywhere.
GEM STAT
Phone 707-M.
E REALTY CO.
*39 Sonne.
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Seo Wilson-Smith.
5-acre tract near Franklin school; lou
price; will consider stock for part
payment.
Good
other interests
rlfice.
Well located 8(
prunes; will r
quick turn.
We have severs
exchange both
erty.
Fire Insurance.
George W.
1023 Main St.
garage, established business;
compel owner to sac
acres, 60 acres In
lake special price for
1 good properties for
in farm and city prop
Best Companies.
Smith, Manager.
WILL TRADE—
Five-room bungalow; price *2250, and
8 t*cres; clear.
*800 first mtg.
for A good 40
Who has a gooi
Hot 40 acres, well improved, near Fay
etteville. Ark. Clear. Want land
hero. Will assume; tills Is good.
I want some ho|uses to rent.
Come jand see me and
3 for you.
NOAH W. STRUNIC
301 S oma Bldg.
ind *1000 cash; trade
acre in Boise valley.
1 auto to sell right?
I make
deals.
see
what I will d
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The Edward Stein Co. respectfully so
licita oorrespoi dence relative to small
or lprge Irrigated farms and ranches
—can meet all requirements from $7
up. Frost-nipped and shriveled up
are our prices.
Do you want to trade? We will trade.
If you have money, we will make you
more—only invest now, before the
big advance Is on. Now 1» your
chance.
Would you pay half. price for one of
Boise's finest [modern houses on the
Avenue. Nine| or more rooms, baths
on two floors, fine shade, lawn and
garage, naturel hot water heat, 75
foot corner lot. Terms easy, de
ferred payments at low rate of inter
est, must be seen to be appreciated.
Let us show you what wc mean by
"A SNAP." Condition and neces
sity.
For rale or trade for South Boise prop
erty. SO acres uf as good land as an:
in Ada county, near railroad station:
has complete net of buildings, virtu
ally all under cultivation; 10 acres
commercial apples, water right with
place. House, barn and windmill and
other good imi
this soon. W
is your oppori
A choice 5-acre tract on Hill Crest
Loop. Good (-room house, barn,
chicken house, etc. Fine growing or
chard with lois if strawberries ami
other small tritt: *2650 gets this on
small payments. A good living w 1th
this place. Jist what you want,
*1776 buys a good 6-room house In fine
condition. Batt, closets, cement base
ment with lau r dry tubs. On terms tu
suit you. Small payment down and
balance like tent. Not much of ,
price but n great big bargain.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.
Phone 9ß. 109 N. 10th St M 'Boise, Idaho.
ruvements. See about
an't keep long. Here
unity.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Al>A County Abstract Co., Yates BUi
I C. B. Coxe, Mfer, mctV 1
FOR SALE Ok TRADE!—Separator.
"De laval" No 12, almost new. Will
sell cheap or :rade for stock. Phone
84-R-3.
M30
j FOR SALE or trade, one *4 Stude
baker wagon, one two-horse frecno
and one 12 It. Sampson windmill.
Karl 11. Asmussen. Boise Rt. 5.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
WATCH ANÜ CLOCK REPAIRING; 1
I prices right; all work guaranteed.
i I »wight ITrklt», 16«7 Idaho St.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL
BOISE YKT. HOSPITAL AND STAL
I lion stable, 131
Grove. Dr. Nobis.
STOVE REPAIRS,
We are still healquarters for all kinds
of stove repui 's; if we haven't what
j you want we tan get It. The Com
, pany «tore. 901-8 Idaho St.
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STOVE REPAIRING.
For stoves ami ränge», stove repair
ing, range connections, chimney
sweep, call 2393-J.
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VACUUM cleari ng at homes or pow
erful stationery "INVINCIBLE" vac
uum rleimeru void, rented. Do more,
cost Ivhs, ! <e nonstrated. Kingsley,
Phone 1961.
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