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EVERY DAY EVERY MONTH EVERY YEAR The storekeeper who shows the newspaper advertised goods in his window is getting quick results because interest in these brands has been aroused by the adver tising. Alert storekeepers are quick to co-operate with the nianufacturer's newspaper advertising. Ever y storekeeper knows that goods sell best when they are placed where people can see them. Displayed goods talk for themselves. When the manufac turer advertises in the newspaper he has cre ated a receptive audi ence for his particular goods to talk to. sinm shown ON DRAIN MARKET Crop Conditions Affect the Price of Wheat—The Close Is Unsettled. Chicago. April 6.—Wheat prices de veloped strength today as a result of anxiety as to the. lateness on seeding in the northwest. Some weakness at times, however, was shown on account of predictions of Increased Argentine shipments to Europe. Domestic crop reports were of a mixed character, Opening prices, which ranged from %c decline to V«@%c advance, with May 1.18th to 1.1 stv, July 1.1614 to L17%..» were followed bv moderate gains all i _ , , , : , , 7. . 1 around, interrupted temporarily by a lathe! sharp setback. 1 The closing quotations were unset-1 tied. close l.lSks, Wheat — May. 1.17%: July Corn—Mu July, open 76%, close 76'-.,. Oats—May, open 47)%, close 45(4; Jim', open 43%, close 43%. Pork—May, open 2 July, open 22.90, (Tose open open 1.16%, close 1.16%.; open 75%, close 75%;, close 23.20; 10 .93. LIVESTOCK MARKETS. Chicago. (Capital News Special Service) Chicago, April 6.—Hogs—Market slow and generally 5 lower than the opening. Bulk, firstname.lastname@example.org; light, 9.40@ 9.85; mixed, email@example.com; heavy, 9.35® 9.S5: rough, firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle-—Market strong to 10 higher, Native beef steers, 7.SG#9.95i western ' steers, 7.80#8.70; cows and heifers. 4.20@9,10; calves, email@example.com; Stockers, 6.10® 8.80. Sheep—Steady. Wethers, firstname.lastname@example.org; lambs, 9@T1.35. South Omaha. (Capital News Special Service) South Omaha, April 6,—Hogs—Re ceipts 100.000. Market generally steady. Bulk, 9.154(9.35; top, 9.40; range, 9® 9.40: mixed and butchers, email@example.com; good to choice heavy, firstname.lastname@example.org; rough heavy, 9.20@'P.35; ligliL email@example.com; pigs, 7 @8.90. < 'attle—Receipts 2800. Market fully steady. Native st»ers, firstname.lastname@example.org, cows and heifers. email@example.com; western steerr, firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas steers, email@example.com; Stock ers and feeders, 6.50@8.S0. Sheep—Receipts 4300. Market fully 10 higher, In spots 10 to 16 higher. Yearlings, firstname.lastname@example.org' wethers, 8.15@ 8.85; lambs, email@example.com. North Portland. (Capital News Special Service) North Portland, April 6.—Cattle— Receipts 60. Market steady. Steers, grain and pulp fed, S.75@9; choice hay fed, firstname.lastname@example.org: good, 7.75@8; medium, email@example.com; cows, choice, 6.S5@7.80; good. firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, email@example.com: heifers, firstname.lastname@example.orgB; bulls, 3@6; stags, 4.50 @5,26. Hogs—Receipts 461. Market steady. DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE T j ^ ! 7 K FY.. A'4; l' -I"! D»a • * "■'Tv? nW Ä k. 4 -■ 5 A" , V •.VV?; \ .■ 1: 1 j- ■ .l/V/çy I* . ■■ > WÎ m f? KING PETER Or 8ER.VIA. Poor exiled king! Though near your mortal end. You saw the fall of all your heart had planned. And with one faithful servant to attend. Sought an asylum la Another land. fini an atter.Oant. ANSWER TO TESTERDATS PUZZLE. Prime light, 8.75@9f prime strong weights, 8.75@9; good to prime mixed, email@example.com; rough heavy paclgng, 8# 8.25; pigs and skips, 7.50@8. * Sheep—Receipts Market steady. Spring lambs, $13; choice larnbe, 9.60@10; common iambs, 8.26@ choice yearlings, 9® 10; good yearlings. firstname.lastname@example.org; choice wethers, 8® 8,25; choice light ewes, 7.50#8.25; choice ewes, 6.26(8)7; common heavy ewes, 5®6. none. 9.25; LOCAL MARKETS. Wholesale Markets. Local fruit—Apples, 75c to 81.25. bolle *' bu K tt f l r " (Corrected (.ally by W. J. Campbell A Son.l-Freeh ranch eggs, per ease, P er «***«• «Î ranch bu J7® r ' " 2 - 4c t0 *°® A ?f r .} b ' — Ha - 11 J 113 ST air ''^' A ' falfa ' per ton baled; tlmotoy, baled, U8®14; wheat. 21.26® 1.40 per cat; oats, 81.20 ba,ley ' * 1 ' 26: ' a,ry ProOuce-CCorrected «ally by tb ® Ma ' ua ' CreaI " ery , com P an ^7 Butter fat, 28c pound. Creamery but cubeg , g( . pound; printg> 30 c. Livestock— (Corrected daily by the Eo)sp Butcher compiny _ Co J 8 , ,4.50© steers, $6 @6.25; prime hogs, $S per ewt.; medium, 27.75 per ewt.; heayy rough, 27.00; shearling wethers, $6®6.50 per ewt.; ewes, $4.50 per cv.'t.; hens, l@12e per lb.; break fast bacon, 18c per pound; ham, 17o per pound; lard, tierce base, 12tic per pound. per ewt.; Retail Markets. (Corrected daily V y W J, Campbell * Sim)—Potatee ,1 $email@example.com per ewt., 10 pounds for 25c; Teen peppers, 30c lb., parsley, 6c per bunch: hothouse radishes, 5. per bunch; cabbage, 3c per lb.; celery, 5c and 10c per bunch; oeets, 3c per lb.; cucumbers, 25c each; hot house lettuce, 20c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3 lbs. 25c; Brussels sprouts, 15c lb.; arti chokes, 10c; garlic, 25c"lb.; .Mexi can peppers, 35c lb.; cauliflower, 15c oer lb.; clery root, 5c each; new carrots, 10c bunch; new beets, 10c per bunch; new cabbage, 5c per lb.; new turnips, 10c per bunch; asparagus, 17M-C per lb.; rhubarb, Ec per bunch; mustard greens, 5c per bunch; wax beans, 25c !b.; green beans, 25c lb.; new potatoes, 15c lb.; tomatoes, 20c lb.; rhubarb, 5c bunch. Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per box, Coc to 21-50. Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds for 25c; cut off bananas. 15@20c dozen: pineapples, 12Vic lb.; oranges. 25 to 60c per dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen; Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; new dates, 15c package; tomatoes, 25c per lb.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs, 20c basket Sugar and lard—Beet sugar, per ewt., 87.75; cane sugar, per ewt., 88.25; lard, per 10-pound paiL 21.50, maple sugar, 25c per nound. Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs, 20c; creamery butter. 40c per pound; ranch butter, 25c an' 30c per pound; honey, 15e pound. Poultry—Hens, 22c per lb.; spring frys, 50c to 60c each; ducks, 22c; tur keys, 28c; geese, 18c lb.; capons, 25c lb. Flour—Straight grants. firstname.lastname@example.org per 48-lb, sack; high patent, 81.80@2 per 48-pound sack. Congress can't expect to raise reve nue by taxing our patience. Evening Capital Newsj Published every afternoon and bunoay morning at Koine, Idaho, b* THE CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily and Sunday by Mail Ont Year ... Six Months ., Three Months One Month . 16.00 J.OO I.JO I* Daily without Sunday by Mail One Year .., Six Months ., Three Months One Month .. IS a. 50 .1 Sunday only by Mall. ,|a.oo . 1.50 One year . Six Months Weekly-Capital News and Western Farmers' — Review, in advance 'I1.50 One Year The Capital Newa la kept on aale at the fol lowing places: Atlantic City, N. J .—Star News Co. hurley, Ida.—Sptague & Terhune. Butte, Mont.—P. O. News Stand; Proprietors. Birmingham, Ala.—Delaye's News Agency. Boston, Mass.—Eagle News Co. Cincinnati, O.—Louis Peterson, Fifth and Vine Street«. Caldtvell, Ida.—Keith Miller, 230a Dearborn Ave.; Saratoga Newa Stand. Cleveland, O.—The Lake Shore Newt Co., i8-'3 Prospect Ave. Duluth, Minn.—World News Co. Denver, Colo.— Dvieren A Bush. Detroit, Mich.—Metropolitan Newa Co., office a? balayette Ave. Dallas, Tex.—Imperial Keefe Bros., Dallas, Tex.—Imperial New» Agency. El Paso, Tex.— C. VV. William». Emmett, Idaho—S. J. Rees. Fort Worth, Tex.— Roheit Bloomberg; Utta Bros. N Gooding, Idaho— C. J. Shafer. Great Falla, Mont.—World Newa Co. Hailey, Idaho— J. W. Fuld, F. O. New» Stand. Honolulu, Hawaii—Home News Agency. Idaho Falla, Idaho—Buffliam & Co., Central Drug Store. Indianapolis, lud —Yc nois and Market Sts., Inland News Agency. King Hill, Idaho—Lewis J. Morrison, P. O. News Stand. Kansas City, Mo.— Y Sheet. Los Angeles, Cal.—Kemp News News Sbo '* - ■ Meridian, Mont M.-Ca' C 0. Newa Co., Cor. 1111 News Co., 818 Wall • Agency; The ou. Fifth and iirbadway, M. Marcus. Idali-i -•}, C. Mcfntosn. Montpelier, Idaho—J J. Flyer. M-'Cafi, Plain— H. E- Nutting, Minneapolis, Minn.—Kemp & Kohen News C.O.; World News Co. Haven,' Conn.—Eagle News Co. Nampa, Idaho—Halley Wilson; H. L. Nichols ft Co. York, N. Y.—Linkotf & Co., 3« Broad Ne way. Ontario, Ore.— C. L. Fiser. On Trains in Idaho—Gray 77 Parma, Idaho -L. R- Stockton. Philadelphia, Pa.— 1 Quaker Newa Co., saa Sixth Street. Payette, Idaho—Postoffice New» Stand. Pocatello, Idaho—Rork's Book Store; Corner Drug Store; Gray News Co. btend. Rexburg, Idaho—The Jewell. Rupert, Idaho—Rupert Pharmacy. Rigby, Idaho—Barrett Bro*,. ; c.ray New» Co. Star, Idaho— L. B. Wehr. St. Paul, Minn.—World News Co. Stockron, Cal.—A. G. Wilson, P'reenian News ( o, N. Co bpokane, Wash.—Jameson News Co,; Stubeck News Co. bait Lake, Utah—Blue Wagon New 1 » Ço.; Mate St. News V agon; Mrs. Emma van , fatten; i'olansky News Co., ist South and Main. . ..in Falls, Idaho—K. Packard. Vale, Ore.—Jf. D. Rogers, P. O. New» Stand. Vancouver, :J. C,—Universal News Co.; Pan ama-Pacific News Agency. Weiser, Idaho— Weiser News Co. Tv advertising representatives Frankîyn P. Alcorn, 33W. 34th St., New York. Frank W. Henkel, Peopled Gas Building, Chicago. POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS TWO CENTS—At all postoffice» where there are city carriers two cent» postage is required — all letters. Ail answers to ads., whether mailed in Boise or outside, going through the postoffice should have a two-cent stamp at tached —one cent is not sufficient. WANTED. WANTED—A yoilug calf. Phone 76-K-l. M3 HORSES TO PASTURE—Call Farm ers' Corral. A16 WANTED—Accounts for collections; write Box 187, Boise. tf WANTED— Holstein heifer fresh be fore Oct. Phone 1733-W. All LAWN WORK, spading, raking and lawn mowing. Phone 22-J. WANTED—A man with some money to i.evelop land on liberal terms. Plenty of water free. Phone 569-W. M2 eeepaaoaeaeaeoeee NOTICE. • Subscribers who are expect- • ing the four magazines. Home • • Life, The Ho . ehold, P'arm Life o a iut(i Woman's World, will re- • a eeive their first issue of their • • year's subscription with the May • • number which should reach • • their address about April 20. • Owing to the large number of • • orders sent, the agency from • • whom we order the magazines, <* a write that our orders cannot be « filled until the May number, and a that each subscriber w*ll receive « a full year's subscription from • that date. • CAPITAL NEWS PUB. CO. • Adv.—tf • • •••••••«•••••••a a a' LEGAL NOTICE. Notice to Contractors. Scaled proposals will be received by the Capitol Building Board on or be fore 2 p. tn., April 10th, 1916, for a con crete vault to be built around water tanks in rear of the state capitol build ing, Boise, Idaho, In accordance with plans and specifications on file with the State Treasurer and at the office cf Tourtellotte & Hummel, Architects, Boise, Idaho. Bids must be accompanied by a cer tified check in the sum of One Hundred Dollars, made payable to John W. Eagleson, State Treasurer of Idaho. The right is reserved to accept any or reject all bids. CAPITOL BUILDING BOARD, By George R, Barker, Secretary of State. Adv.— A10 LEGAL NOTICE. Notice of Meeting of Stockholders of the Capital Water Company. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Capital Water company," a corporation organized un der the laws of the state of Idaho, will be held at the office of the company, room 811 Overland building, BoUe, Idaho, on Friday the 21at day of April, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m„ for the elec tion of three directors to serve for the ensuing year and until their succes sors are elected and qualified, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before then».— Chas. E. Dawson, Secretary. Dated April 3, 1916. On* Cant a Word Eaoh Inaortlon. NO Advartiaamant Uaaa Than 16 Conta. WANTED. WANTED—Fine lingerie, alike and woolens, carefully laundered. Phone All 1720W. WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi tal News office. ^Apply at press room in the basement. — WANTED—Bids on Calcominlng. Call at St. Alphonsus hospital, room 21, between 1 and 2 p. m. tf WANTED—Lawns to care for during summer; first-class work. William Mlekel, 1421 E. Jefferson. A7 WANTED—One Iron gray horse; must weigh 1300 lbs. Inquire Independent Coal Co., 1115 Main St.. Boise. All TOUR PLUMBING AND HEPA1R ing, prices right; work right Phone 811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper; have" 10 years' experience In county offices; best of references. Phone 1575J. A15 WANTED — Dining room work or chamber work mixed in hotel. Ad dress H. F. General delivery, Nampa, A7c Idaho. AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex perienced solicitors who can work in country. See Western Farmer'« Re view at Capital News office. tf THOUSANDS government Jobg open to MEN-WOMEN. 275 to 2150 month. Write immediately for list. Franklin Institute, Dep.. 6U N, Rochester. N. Y. ASc / 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 Cc Awn ing Co., Auto Top Depart ment. 624 Main Street. Sixth and Main, Boise. WANTED HELP—Female WANTED—-Experienced woman cook. W. M. Davidson. 920 Warm All Mrs. Sprlns Ave. WA NT ED—Experienced chamber maid, at Hotel Brand. References. Apply Brand's GrilL A3 WANTED—Girl or middle aged woman Call at 1519 Washington; between 10 and to do housework for two. 12 . A6c THE Younj Woman's Christian Asso ciation, with headquarters at 408-9 McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho, will be glad to asslstany young wo man in finding lodging or employ ment; secretary continually In at tendance. Phone 1546W. tt WANTED—HELP—Male WANTED—Pin setters at Bowling al ley, 911 Bannock. WANTED—First-class farm hand for the country. Call at Eleventh and Front feed stable. tf WANTED—Man for dining room and general work. Good permanent po sition. Morrison's Cafeteria. A6v TO TRADE. WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry land farm; 1376, Capital News. tf UNIMPROVED land with paid up wat er to trade. Carter, McCarty Bldg. AS TO TRADE—New 6-room modern, for automobile. Ellis addition. Phone 2722. tf WILL TRADE two houses for unin cumbered dry farm. Box 1823, Cap ital News. .\V LOVELŸ will trade you an Incubator for your second-hand goods. Four teenth and Main. All A 75 per cent equity in 4-room house for auto or extra good motorcycle. Address 1323, Capital News. tf TO TRADE— 7 vacant lots, unencum bered, in Meridian, for gentle horse and single buggy. Phone 71R2. A6 TO TRADE — 8x8x16 in. concrete block machine, to trade for shotgun, 20 gauge prefered. Call 1606 Main. A8 TO TRADE—New Standard make pi ano, direct from factory, price 2375. Trade for auto, late model. Address 1397, care Capital News. A6 "SOUTH BOISE HOME WANTED—I wish to trade 80 acres adjoining R. R. station, 20 miles south of Boise, practically all under cultivation, 10 acres in prime commercial apple or chard bearing, 10 acres prunes and apples 3 years old, complete set of fair buildings, windmill, pumps, etc. Good water. Will sell on easy terms or trade. Owner unable to give It attention. Price will make you buy. Address P. O. Box .No, 657, oi phone M 98. INTERURBAN LINES BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM PANY. Leave Boise for Uagle, Star, Middle ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7;00, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00; p. m. 1:00, 2:00, 8:00, 4:00, 6:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00. Leave Boise for Meridian, 'lampa and Caldwell: a. m. 6:30, 7:30, 9:00, 10:$0f 12:00 noon; p. m. 1:2C, 8:30, 2:20, *4:|0, 6:00, 6:30, Ü00. 9:30, 11:00. »To Meridian and McDermott only. Boise to Duncan Station: Boise, a. m. *4:10, *7:05; p. m. 12:05, fit-05, 6:05. Duncan Station to Boise: z-eave Duncan, a m. *6:45, *7.80; p. m. 12:20 6:20. 6:30. •Daily except Sui days. Leave Ona Cant a Word Eaoh Insertion. No Advartiaamant Laaa Than 16 Oanta. FOR RENT—Apartments FURNISHED apartments for house keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St tf FIVE ROOMS modern; hot water heat. Call 702 Hays. Phone 807-W. A 7 FOR RENT CHEAP—Four-room un furnished apartment with large sleeping porch. 408 Jefferson. A« 3 ROOM neatly furnished brick apart ment, ground floor, private entrance, basement, close in. 111. 1201 Qrand Ave. A8 Furnished for Housekeeping. Front housekeeping suites, clean, well furnished, steam heat, hot water, 110 up; no children. Phone 2210—12 until 2. A 14 HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas plate, light and water furnished, 212. Hub City Realty Co. Phone 50. FURNISHED and unfurnished apart ments for rent. \6 FOR RENT — Housekeeping. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping; 1124 Bannock. Phone 923. M3 TWO pleasant housekeeping rooms with sleeping porch, 27 per month. Call 141&-J, evenings. AS FOR RENT—HOUSES FOR RENT—4-room cottage. Inquire 418 N. 5th. A • Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar, garage; 86 per month. Lucas, 215 Idaho Bldg. tf 3-ROOM house with acre and half ground. South Boise, 27. Phone 2476-W. A7 FOR RENT—5 room cottage, modern except heat, one block from capitol. Call 404 Washington. U FOR RENT—Modem 5 room bungalow on East State; has gas, electric lights, sleeping porch and bath. Car ter. McCarty Bldg. AS FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT—Modern 4 room bungalow. 1712 iN. 12th. A6c FOR RENT—6-room furnished house; inquire Phone 1894-W. A9 FOR RENT—Partly furnished 7-room house, 612 Bannock SL A 7 BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, first class board desirable home. Phone A12c 14SW. FOR RENT. near Kuna. FOR RENT—40 Booth, 807 Bannock StreeL acres SunWed-A5 FOR SALE |auto CARS 1916 LITTLE Six Buick for sale at a bargain. Address 1384 care Capital News. h FOR SALE—Ford touring car, fine condition, nicely equipped. Bargain. AlOc 1504 Grove. x FDR SALE—Some good used cars, Prices are electrically equipped, right. The home of the Oakland. Central Auto Co., 206-208 So. 10th St. tf BARGAINS IN USED CARS. WE have on hand a number of used cars, all of which have been overhauled In our own re pair shop and are In first class running condition. We must have the room and have priced these cars at bargain prices. We will be pleased to demon strate these cars. 1916 Overland Touring Car, mod el 83. Electric lights and start er. Excellent condition. Price 2600.00. Model 16 Buick, four passenger, detachable tonneau, new tires and just repainted. Price 2450.00. Two Model 25 Bulcks, five pas senger, Just overhauled and re painted. Choice 2535.00. 1916 Buick, model C/37, five pas senger, thirty-seven horse pow er, overhauled and repainted. As good a car as Buick, ever made. Price 2750.00. Buick model 40, five passenger, electric lights, good condition. Price $500.00. RANDALL-DODD AUTO CO. Ltd. 12th & Main Sts. P one 1174-W. A6 MISCELLANEOUS. PAINTING is going up. Special price on Painting and tinting. Phone 2722. &8c WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING; prices right; all work guaranteed. Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St. tf VETERINARY HOSPITAL BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL iion stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble. it PUT THE CAPITAL NEWS WANT Ads to work for you. Let them do the hard work; "they're used to IL" STOVE REPAIR8. Wfe are still headquarters for all kinds of stove repairs; if we haven't what you want we can get it. The Com pany Store, 908-8 Idaho SL tf STOVE REPAIRING. J>'ot stoves end ranges, stove repair ing. range connections, chimney sweep, coll 2393-J. A23 VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow erful stationery "INVINCIBLE" vac uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more, cost less. Demonstrated. Kingsley. Phone 1961. tf Senator La Follette Is not standing back for any leap year demonstrations from the 1916 nomination. Ona Cant a Word Eaoh Inaartion, No Advartiaamant Uaaa Than 1C Cents. FOR SALB FOR SALE—Salt pickles, 20c a gallon. Phone 81R3. A 6 STARR PIANO for sale. Address 1396, Capital News. At 20 PER CENT discount sale. 1 Pioneer Furniture Co.. 909 Idaho St. AS FOR SALE—Mosler safe, inside di mensions, 12x18. Phone 1114-W. A6 FOR SALE—Seed artichokes for hog feed. 13.00 a hundred. Phone $5J3. 'A9c FOR . ALE CHEAP—Good grocery and bazaar, near Boise. Address X, this office. ASc SOUDEN raspberry plants at 11.50 per luo; $10.00 per 1000. C. G. Evans, Gooding, Idaho. A8 PERSONAL. TOP prices for men's cast-off clothing, AprtOc shoes, etc. Phone 1614. NU BONE CORSET See Mrs. I. F. Teeters, agent for the Nu Bone corset. Phone 2679-W. A30 THE Farmers' Co-operative Stare of Caldwell are still selling good eat ing potatoes at 81-35 f. o. b. A7c FOR SALE—A thoroughbred female pointer; perfectly trained for hunt ing. Inquire of 106 W. Springs Ave. A7c FOR SALE—Household furniture for four room house; house for rent. Phone 19S1-W. Owner leaving city. A8 FOR SALE—Good blacksmith shop, stock and tools. Good business, 1916 Overland. Earle Webb, Kuna, Idaho. A10 FOR SALE—Second hand irrigation pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand; save you money. Idaho Junk House, 513 So. 8th St., Boise, Phone 640. A28 LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION. PATRONIZE the old reliable home In dustry. Supply unlimited. Only distributed by Idaho Hdw. & Plumb ing Co., Boise, Idaho: Charit J. Sinsel, Boise, Idaho; McLain Hdw. Co., Nampa, Idaho; Meridian Spray Mfg. Co., Meridian, Idaho. A8 BOISE MADE GOODS. SPECIAL—For clean-up week we are offering a Boise made broom at 29e. This b. 00m has a red enamel handle, is 4 sewed and hand sewed, (this is much better than machine sewed). We guaranteed to give you as good a broom or better than you ever bought for the money. If we don't you get your money bacK. This is a good time and opportunity to try Boise made goods. We are this week more than ever giving you both qual ity and price. THE RACKET STORE. Opp. Postofflce. Kalbus Bros. A4 FOR SALE POULTRY. if Blooded breeding stock. W Eggs for Hatching, In cubators. Brooders, Foods, General Supplies of all kinds. _ FOR SALE—8 White Leghorn hens, 24. Phone 1733-W. A 6 FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C. E. Sharp, RL 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9 THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red eggs for setting; 21.00 for 15. Phone 2166-J. Ml THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs for setting. Phone 2310-J. P. O. „ Box 416. tf EGOS pure bred rocks at $1.25 per set ting; $5 per 100. C. G. Evans, Good ing, Idaho. U FOR SALE—Incubators and repairs, new and second band, at Loveley's, 14th and Main. A19 EGGS for hatching; barred Plymouth Rocks; fancy laying strain; 15 eggs for 60c. Gem Grocery. 728 Main. Phone 11SE. A6 FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Barred Rock eggs for hatching from prize winning stock, $1.50 for 15. Address J. H. Hopffgarten, 1007 Idaho St., or phone 2166-J. A, WHITÇ LEGHORN BABY CHDC, from proved heavy laying stock; May de livery, 28 per 100. We guarantee safe arrival. The Pioneer Hatchery, Petaluma, Cal. FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze Turkeys, 24 per 11. White Leghorns: Chicks, 212. Eggs, $7 per 100. Safe delivery guaranteed. La Vista Fttrm, Ap23c Baker, Oregon. FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn; year'« average 176.95 egg« par hen: lat, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Egga, 21.50 per setting; 28.00 j>er hun dred. Chicks, 216 per hundred. Archie M. Larson, Rt. 3, Weiser, A19c Idaho. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE OR TRADE)—A fresh Guernsey cow, gentle, just right for family. Will take In trade young stock good for range, Durham of Hereford. Phone 1609M. tf FOR HIRE GOOD saddle horses. 16th t.nd Main, tf SADDLE HORSES for hire—Farmers' Corral. A16 SEEDS AND GRAINS. FOR SALE—Good seed oats. 28-R-l. Phone, A# FOR BALE—BJuestem wheat and re r seed. Ross & Co., cleaned rye 1324 Main. tf FOR SALE—Seed grain, "Big Four" j oats, bluestem wheat. H. O. 34cMa j nimie, phone 13J1, A37 On« Cant a Word Eaoh Inaartion. No Advorti«om«nt tm Than 16 Cant o. FOR SALE—Real Estate. A SNAP—8 hoom modern houae and two lots, desirable location, see own er, address 1390 Capital News. a I FOR SALE—C acres In townsite of Meridian neat high school. All in commercial fruit Carter, McCarty Bldg. AS FOR SALE—Restaurant doing good business in Payette, am going to Oregon. Address C. H. Arnold, Pay ette, Idaho. AS DAIRY FARM for sqle; highly im proved; house five blocks from post office; live railroad town. Box 1323, Capital News. A8 FOR SALE—5 room modern houses and bungalows, 21400 to 11600; 10 per cent down, balance, 120 per month. Carter, McCarty Bldg. A8 STILL GOING DOWN 250 a week until sold. This week 21160 will buy the 22000 bungalow 5 per cent Interest and 212.50 per month. Lucas, 215 Idaho Bldg. AS GOOD CHANCE. GOOD clear income property bringing In 2100 cash per month. In Boise, to exchange for good 89 acres of land. Schooler-Starling Agency, Overland Bldg. A9 FOR SALE!—20 acres half mile south est of b siness part Meridian. Gov. emment water. City water pipea to house. Electrio lights available. Good six-room house. Plaey all seed ed to alfalfa and pasture. On car line and state highway, right. Address box 123, Meridian, Idaho. Price Ala I HAVE a party very anxious to get a piece of land; he is a farmer, and he has a very fine heme, a 6-room mod ern bungalow, 6 lots, cost 26500 but he will take muc.i less than that, either cash or land—Just as soon have land. Here Is a chance to get you a fine home In BoiBe. Call and see ms. 364 Sonna Bldg. tf CIGAR Store and Pool Hall, doing over 2100Ü per month in good live R. R. town, in large brick block, room 35x 100. Rent 250 per month. Will In voice stock and fixtures; will run abou£ 23500. A good money maker. » Owner lias other business which compels him to sell. Might consider trade for income property. Edward Stein Co., 109 N. 10th St Phone 98. as WE get the business becouse we have) the bargains. Nice house and barn on car line 5 cent fare. 2850.00, small payment balance like rent Improved 40 acres to rent very cheap. Good Long Valley ranch to trade for acreage. Number of houses to rent cheap. We match all your trades. GEM STATE REALTY CO. Phone 707 M. 339 Sonna. tf See Wilson-Smith. 5-acre tract near Franklin school; low price; will consider stock for part payment. Good garage, established business; other interests compel owner to sac rifice. 1023 Main St. 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. Fir« Inturanea. Bast Companies. Georg« W. Smith, Manager. The Edward Stein Co. respectfully so licits correspondence relative to small or large irrigated farms and ranches —can meet all requirements from 27 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. 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, natural hot water heat, 76 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 we mean by "A SNAP." Condition and neces sity. For sale or trade for South Boise prop erty, 80 acres of as good land as any* in Ada county, near railroad station: has complete set of buildings, virtu ally all under cultivation; 10 acres commercial apples, water right with place. House, barn and windmill and other good improvement«. See about this soon. Won't keep long. Hera is your opportunity. A choice 5-acre tract on Hill Crest Loop. Good 4-room house, barn, chicken house, etc. Fine growing or chard with lots of strawberries and other small fruit; 22650 gets this on small payments. A good living with this place. Just w'hat you want 81776 buys a good 4-room house in fine condition. Bath, closets, cement base ment with laundry tubs. On terms to suit you. Small payment down and balance like rent. Not much of a price but a great big bargain. THE EDWARD STEIN CO. Phons 98. 109 N. 10th St- Boise, Idaho. Now is your FOR SALE LIVE STOCK Horaaa, Cattle and Livestock of «vary kind. _ x. FOR SALE—Four weeks old Phone 1428-W. calves. A60 HORSES harness and rig* for sale or hire, 16th and Main. Phone 685-W. _ Aprl2 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOMS--Case House, 1124 Bannock. Phone 222. MATRIMONIAL. MARRY RICH—Paper with descrip tions Wealthy Californians saakln* marriage, trial 8 months 10c. "Unity 67-4th Street, San Francisco.