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Mrs. Ella Johnson and baby left for the|r home Wednesday. Mrs. John son! had been tbe guest of her uncle, It. p. Hawley and family the past two w edks. Rhodney Oliver nf Victory was a i's tiew visitor Sunday. Rlcv. Mr. Agee and family arrived from Gooding last week and are nicely located in tlie C. A. Helsey residence. Sidney Vaden has moved his family frot:i Onwiier lo a ranch near Eichel berger station. Bruce Oliver family arrived tfrorti Canton, S. I)., tlie latter part of last week and have rented what Is known as the C. O. Glenn property, d r. Oliver spent last summer here and derided that Idaho was a pretty tflarie to live. A number of men have spent several day$ getting: in readiness the Hurst tracking house for the union meetings •'Whklh will commence soon and will be 4 Ton(|ucted by Messrs. Huggins and JM iIlk who have been holding evange Jisth meetings in the valley for some time. Mrs. Sarah Kennedy of Emmett was the Iguest of Mrs. Marion Pfost the latter part of last week. Mrs. George Powell left for La Grande Tuesday, called there by the fcudden death of a relative. Mils, t iara Chroueh and daughter. Opal, came over from Emmett Friday to db their spring shopping in Boise and while here were Sunday guests of F.| M. Pfost's family. Miss Opal has losed a successful term of school eet. and good Just y; fit s Progressive Committee. Thfe Ada county Progressive com mittee is hereby called to meet at Room 601, Empire Block, Boise, on Tues day, April 11, 1916, at 2 p. m., for the purpose of arranging for primaries or mass I meetings to elect delegates to the state convention, which meets at Boise un April 22, 1916. FRANK E. JOHNESSE, Chairman. Adv-A10 ooOoooeoooooooeao o NOTICE. ubscribers who are expect- o • ln (5 the four magazines, Home o • Life, The Ho el.old, Farm Life o an!d Wc man's Word, will re o cejve their first issue of tlicit- o o year's si.bs.-ription with the May o o number which should reach o • their addrt s about Ayril 20. o Owing to the large number of o o orders sent, the agency from o • whom we order lire magazines, » • wrjte that our orders cannot lie • • filled until the May number, and o o iha], each subscriber w'll receive o o a full year's subscription from o • that dale. CJAP1TAL NEWS PUB. CO. Adv.—tf o o o o o ooooooooooooo o o LEGAL NOTICE. j Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received by ! the Capitol Building Board on or ho- ; fore 2 p. m,, April 10th, 1916. for a con crete Vault to be built around tanks ih rear of the state capitol build ing. B<j>ise, Idaho, in accordance with plans and specifications on file with the State Treasurer and at the office cf Tourteljlotte & Hummel, A Boise, Idaho. r _ ater vchitects, j Bids |niust be accompanied by ;i ce ilfied check in tile sum of One Hundred Dollars] made payable Eaklesqn, State Treasurer of Idaho. isht is reserved to accept any or rejedt all bids. CAPITOL BUILDING BOARD. By George R. Barker. Secretary uf State. to Job \\ . The Adv. q-A 10 LEGAL NOTICE. Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc., April 1, 1916. of Tl]c Sunday Capita News, pub wceklv .it Boise, Idaho, as re quired by the act of Congress of August 24, 1912. lished Publisher, The Capital News Pub. Col, Ltd.: Editor and Managing Editor, R. S. Sheridan; Business Man ager, Geo. L. Idaho. S •Teharty, all of Boise, toekholder holding more thi one per bent or ttie stock. R. S. Sheri dan, Boise. Idaho. Bondholder, M. E. Hughes, Pocatello, Idaho. The average number of copies of eaoh issue of this publication sold distributed through the mails or other wise to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the dale of this statement, is 10,216. AU ur R. S. SHERIDAN, Editor. to and subscribed before me lay of April, 1916. WM. G. MESSERSMITH. Notary Public. March 21 , Sworn this 5th (Seal) Mly coilnmission expires 1 £ 20 . LEGAL NOTICE. Notloa of Bond Election. Notice Is hereby Riven that on the 21st day of March, 1916, at the county court house, in Ada county, state Idaho, at 10 o'clock a. m„ on said day, the county commissioners being lawful session and It thereupon ap pearing to the said board of county commissioners after duly considering the matter that it wasrtor the best In terests of the county and the public good and to the profljt and benefit Ada county to bond said county for the sum of 1200 , 000.00 for the construc tion, building, repairing and improve ment of roads and bridges comprising the general public road system within said Ada county, and it further ap pearing that the indebtedness and lia bility that might be created by said bonding said county would exceed the income and revenue of the county fur Ute current year, to-wit: 1916; Now, therefore, nolice is hereby giv en that on Tuesday, "the 25th day of April, 1916, un election shall be held according to law for the purpose of deeming whether or not the said Ada county, state of Idaho, shall issue bonds in the sum of two 1 ndred thou sand dollars ($ 2 ( 0 , 000 ), the proceeds thereof to be used in the construction, building repair and improvement of the roads and bridges comprising the gen eral public road system within said Ada county, slate of Idaho; the said newly built roads so to be constructed with the proceeds of said bond issue to be of sand and gravel construction; The voting precincts are establish ed the same as fixed for the last gen eral election, the boundaries of which described in the notice of election posted In each precinct. The polling places are as follows: Precinct No. 1, 1294 E. Bannock St. Precinct No. 2, 305 South Eighth St. Precinct No. 3, Taylor Soda Factory. Precinct No. 4, Central Fire Station. Precinct No. 5, City Hull. Precinct No. 6 . 115 South Eleventh ot. Precinct No. 7. 914 West Jefferson St. Precinct No. S, G. A. R. Hall. Precinct No. 9. 904 North Eighth St. Precinct No. 10. 1002 Pueblo St. Precinct No. 11, 607 North Thirteenth St. Precinct No. 12. 1607 North Ninth St. Precinct No. 13, Waymire's Store, Thirteenth and Eastman. Precinct No. 14. 1301 North Eight eenth St. , Precinct No. I.'», 1320 Main St. 16, Nelson's Carriage Precinct No. Shop. Precinct No. 17, 2S14 West Jefferson St. Inter-Mountain Precinct, 2167 North Fourteenth St. South Boise Precinct, T. O. O. F. Hall. Ten Mile Precinct, Ten Mile School Bldg. Kuna Precinct, Fiss Hall. Mora Precinct, .'I ora School Bldg. Owyhee Precinct, Owyhee School Bldg. Orchard Precinct. Rosebrier School. Borah Precinct, Borah School Bldg. Meridian Precinct, Bower Building (Meridian.) Barber Precinct, Barber Company Store. Highland Precinct. Highland School. Hilledale Precinct. Hillsdale School. Ustick Precinct. Ustick School Bldg. Fair Grounds Precinct, Fair Grounds •Bldg. Whitney Precinct, Whitney School Bldg. Soldiers Home Precinct, Soldiers' Home. Green Meadow Precinct, 1. O. O. F. Hall (Eagle). Five Mile Precinct, lve Mile School. Dry Creek Precinct, Shiek School. White Cross Precinct, White Cross School. Union Precinct, Farm rs' Bank Bldg. (Star). Grandview' P r e * Inct, Grandview' School. That the polls shall be open contin uously from 10 o'clock a. m., until 8 o'clock p. m. of said day. STEPHEN UTTER, if County Clerk of the Board mlsslonei's of Ada county, Idaho. ■ran SO-A33 LEGAL NOTICE. Order to Show Causa Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. the Probate Court of Ada County, State of Idaho. the matter of the estate of Robert Noble, deceased. Anna Noble, the Executrix of the Inst will and testament of Robert Noble, deceased having bird her peti tion herein praying for : order of sale MM * ^ nl ' ,or Uu ' forlh - certain of the real estate of said purposes therein set It is therefore ordered by the said Court, that all persons interested in estate of said deceased appear be fore the said Probate Court on Friday, 12th day of May, 1916, at 10 o'clock tlie forenoon of said day, at the loom of said Probate Court. In County of Ada, to show cause why order should not be granted to the said Executrix to sell tHe real estate the said deceased as prayed for in said petition. And that a copy of this order be pub lished at least once a week for not less Evening Capital X printed urt four successive ecks in the s. a newspaper nd published in snid Ada ty, Idaho, and that said publica tion be completed at least five days prior to said 13th day ol May, 1916. R. H. DUNLAP, Judge of Probate. (SEAL) Dated April 7, 1916. L. NIDAY, Attorney for Executrix, Residence, Boise, Idaho. Sun Adv A30 oooooooooooooooooo POLITICAL CONVENTIONS o AND ELECTIONS IN 1916 o April 20—Republican convention at Twin Falls. April 22— Progressiv» convention al Boise, May 18—Democratic convention at Pocatello. June 7—Republlcaei national o convention at Chicago. June 7—Progressive national convention at Chicago. June 14—Democratic national o convention at St. Louis. o Sept. 5—Statewide primary O election. Nov. 7—Gencial election. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO state » state » state Sunday Capital News Published every afternoon end bunds?_ et Boise. Idehe, bv THE CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING LIMITED. co.. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily end Sunday by MeU. One Year ,.., Six Month« ... Three Months One Month .. . . 66.00 .. *.oo .. 1.50 • 5 ° Daily without feundey by Mail One Year . Six Months . Three Months .. One Month . .$B*®e . s .30 . 1 . 0 s . .|o Sunday only by Moll. One year .. Six Months 1.50 Weekly Capital New, end Wester* Fermera' Review, in advance •$■•$« One Year 1 he Capital Newa ia kept on Ml« at the foi* tuning placet: Atlantic City, N. J.—Star Newa Co. hurley, Ida.- Sprague & Terhune. butte, Mont.— P. U. News Stand; Keefe Bros., Proprietors. iiirndngham, Ala.—Delaye'a Newa Agency, boston, Muss.—Eagle Newt Co. Cincinnati, O.—Louis Peterson, Streets. Caldwell, Ida.—Keith Miller, ijoa Dearborn Ave. ; Saratoga Newa Stand. Cleveland, U.—The Lake Short Newa Co., 18 ja Prospect Ave. Duluth, Minn.—World Newt Co. Fifth and Vino ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES Frankiyn P. Alcorn, jjW. a«th St, New York. Frank W. Henkel, Building, Chicago. f- People s G POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS TWO CENTS—At s*! postoffices where there ere city carriers two cents postage is required on all letters. All answers to ads., whether mailed in Boise or outside, going through the postuffice should have e two-cent stamp at tached— cent is not sufficient. WANTED. HORSES TO PASTURE—Call Farm ers' Corral. A16 WANTED—Accounts for collectlona; 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. tf WANT window washing and house Call 2437-W after A13c cleaning to do. 6:30. WANTED—Fine lingerie, silks and woolens, carefully laundered. Phone All 1720W. WANTED—Fine lingerie, silks and woolens carefully laundered. Phone 1720-W. Alle WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi tal News office. Apply at press room in the basement. AUTOMOBILE wanted. land near Vale for car. Address box 15, Vale, Oregon. Will trade SO-M9c WANTED—Light wagon or buck hoard; also double harness. Address 1Ä99 Capital News. A 9c WANT to buy a sm. 11 used 5-pas senger car; must be a bargain. Ad dress 1398, capital News. a9 WANTED—To rent, «bout June 16, a 6 -room house, furnished .reasonable. Address 1400, Capital News. A9c WANTED—Man and children to work on* ranch. Col. Maisters, 348 Meridian. wife without Call AlOc WANTED—One iron gray horse; must weigh 1300 lbs. Inquire Independent Coal Co., 1116 Main St., Boise. All YOUR PLUMBING AND REPAIR. Ing, price» right; work right. Phone 811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf WANTED—A man with some money to i.evelop land on liberal terms. Plenty of Water free. Phone 369-W. M2 SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper; have 10 years' experience in county offices; best of references. Phone A15 1575J. AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex perienced solicitors who can work in country. See Western Farmer'» Re view at Capital News office. tf $ 75.00 MONTH. Get government jobs, and women wanted. List of po Eranklin Rochester, Jn9e M sitions obtainable free. Institute, Dept. 60-O, N. Y. PHOTOPLAYS, PLOTS WANTED, submit in any form. No correspond ence school. Well paid for when ac cepted by director. California Scen ario Uo., Los Angeles, Uul. A 9c A FEW YEARS AGO I started a small mail order business at home in spare time with a few dollars capital. I wanted to make $3o or $40 a month, evenings. The net profits the first year averaged $200 a week. Five years' work netted me $50,000. I will show you how to start a small mail Arder business. Send today fur my proposition. It's interesting. No can vassing. Ileacock, Box 800, Lock port, N. Y. S. O. tf Manufactured in Idaho!! AUTOMOBILE tops, seal cov ers, automobile cushions, backs and automobile uphol stery. When prices and qual ity are equal give us your work. Pioneer Tent Ce Awn ing Co., Auto Top Depart ment. 624 Main Street. Sixth and Main, Boise. WANTED HELP—Female WANTED—Experienced woman cook. Mrs. W. M. Davidson, 920 Warm Sprins Ave. All five bright, capable ladles to travel, demonstrate and sell dealers. $25 to $50 per week. Railroad fare paid. Goodrich Drug Company, Dept. 221, SO-Apr30c Omaha, Neb. THE Younj Woman's Christian Asso ciation. with headquarters at 408-9 McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho, will be glad to assis tan y young wo man In finding lodging or employ ment; secretary continually In at tendance. ^hone 1546W. tf No Advertisement Laaa Than 1B Oanta. WANTEECJlELP^M^le WANTED—Pin setters at Bowling al ley. 911 Bannock. A30 A BOT to learn the cabinet maker's trade; Phone 433-W, or call at 306 So. Sth. A9 FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN, $120 month ly. n-xp-:-ience unnecessary. Rail way, Pox 1392 'apltal News. SunMonTues-A30c STATE representative to appoint job bers and sole agents for popular and valuable automobile specialty. Ap plicant must be of exceptional abil ity and have excellent personal con nections. Liberal terms, including salary, commission and expenses, to right party. Apply, giving fullest statement of references, experience and other particulars pertinent, to Box 922, 1364 Broadway, New York. A9c WANTED—Salesmen. LARGE MANUFACTURER wants representatives to sell shirts, under wear, hosiery, dresses, waists, skirts, direct to homes. Write for free sam ples. Madison Mills, 590 Broadway, EOS-Apr23c New York City. SALESMAN WANTED—We have an opening in our selling organization for an honest, energetic man. be tween the ages of twenty and forty, who desires permanent connection with one of the great Life Insurance Companies. Thorough training in our program and methods given free. Prefer inexperienced man. Rapid promotion to executive position for capable energetic man. Call or ad dress, C. R. Pennington, Agency Di rector, Boise Branch Western States Life Insurance Co., Boise. Idaho. S W A12 WANTED—Agents. WIDE-AWAKE AGENTS—Men and women can make big profits selling our line of office and household spe cialties. Tilldiedrich Co., Jerome, Ida. Send today for booklet. A9c OUR AGENCIES MEAN FERMA N ent business with the homes. Towns of 2506 pay $20 a week; 5000, pay $25; lü.Ouü and over, $30 to $50. Ex clusive rights being given to men and women with and without experience. Start without capital. Get free out fit offer. P. D. Conway, Soles Mgr., 4854 American Bldg., Cincinnati, O. A9c FOR RENT—Apartments FURNISHED apartments for house keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St. tf FOR RENT CHEAP—Four-room un largd furnished apartment with sleeping porch; 408 Jefferson. A13 Furnished for Housekeeping. Front housekeeping suites, clean, well furnished, steam heat, hot water. $10 up; no children. Phone 2210—12 until 2 . A14 FOR RENT — Housekeeping. FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping; 1124 Bannock. Phone 923. M3 FOR RENT—Furnished, two nice clean comfortable rooms, with bath; 314 State. Phone 1214-W. A13 FOR RENT—HOUSES FOR RENT—4-room cottage. Inquire 418 N. 5th. A9 FOR RENT—Five-room modern house at 406 So. 11th. Phone 417-R. A14 Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar, garage; $6 per month, Lucas, 215 Idaho Bldg. tf FOR RENT—Modern 4-room cottage, newly tinted, 18th and Bannock. Phone 1576-W. A13 FOR RENT —6 room cottage, modern except heat, one block from capitol. Call 404 Washington. If FOR RENT—5-room modern suburban - home, with acreage: also 5-room new bungalow, close in. Call 396. A14 FOR RENT—7-room modern house with garage, $ 20 ; 5-room modern bungalow, $15; 5-room modern house with b.vrn, $11; 3-room house, %X\ K. (\ Laughlin Uo., 921 Bannock. E.O.D.-Apr! 3 FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT—5-*room furnished house; inquire Phone 1894-W. A9 x FOR RENT—4-room furnished house, $8 per month; 610 So. 14th. A 14 BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, first Phone A12c class board desirable home. I 46 W. FOR RENT—Furnished. FOR RENT—A furnished room with or without board, in a private fam ily. Apply 515 Idaho. A14c FOR RENT. ELEGANT 3 and 4-room office suites to let. Best location in Boise, cor ner 9th and Main; cheapest rent in Apply C. S. McConnell, 340 A21 town. Sonna Bldg. BOARD AND ROOM BO.'HD AND ROOMS—Case 1124 Bannock. Phone » 88 . House, tf ADVERTISING ADVICE. If ^ou have anthir.g to sell, a mall order plan to develop, or If you want agents, sa.esmen, etc., send for our latest advertising directory of news paper and magazine combinations. The benefit of our 17 years' experience as Mall Order Specialists, free advice, and criticism of your copy, are at your disposal. RUDOLPH GUENTHER, INC., 2» Broad St.. New York. A non-sinkable dreadnought is no novelty. Kiel is crowded with 'em. On* Cant a Word Eaoh Insertion. No Advortiaomont Laaa Than 15 Conta. FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE qR TRADE—-7-foot coun ter show csise; good standard type writer. washing machine, canary bird, singer. Phone 376-W. 1610 N. 10th St. A9 FOR SALE OR TRADE—A fresh Guernsey cow, gentle, Just right for family. Will take In trade young stock good for range, Durham or Hereford a hone 1609M. FOR SALE AUTO CARS 1916 LITTLE ISix Buick lor sale at bargain. Address 1384 care Capital N en ». FOR HALE— F ord touring car, condition, nibely equipped. 1504 Grove. line Bargain. AlOc FORD touring ery truck, $ ing car, elect seat covers, nock Motor Maxwell and 1012 Grove SI Sts. car, 8276; 1000-lb, dellv 00; 1915 Maxwell tour ne light and starter, repainted, $495. Ban Sales Co., distributors Chalmers motor cars, , between 10 th and lltli TQ TRADE. WILL TRADE land farm; 1876, Capital News. Boise residence for dry TRADE—New 6 -room modern, .for automobile. Ellis addition. Phone 2722. TO ]rade icond-hand goods. Main. LOVELY will for your teenth and Main you an incubator Four All equity A *75 per cent in 4-room house for auto or extra good motorcycle. Address 1323, Capital News. TO TRADE —: 8x8x16 block machine 20 gauge prefered. in. concrete to trade for shotgun. Call 1606 Main. A 9 FOR SALE LIVESTOCK Horses, Cattle and Livestock of ovory kind. FOR SALE Tests 4 per cerit. Phone 2-R-2. Rom Dur ha milch cow. A9c HORSES harness and rigs for sale or hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W. Aprl2 FOR SALlv Three-vear-old stallion. Address George Tregaslcis, Emmett, M 8 Idaho. FOR SALE—A red bull calf. See Barker at lnnls Station, first sta tion east of Pierce Park, or Phone 573-W. A9 JAPONISE. THE celebrated Belgian stallion. "Jap onet," will make 1916 season as fol lows: Mondays and Tuesdays, Sol Nelson ranch, |2 miles west ridlan; Wednesdays, old hemp sec tion; Thursday)) Van Varice ranch, miles east of Eagle; Fridays, Satur days and Sundays, old sprinkling barn. South penth street. Boise. Thomas Tolly, owner and manager. Wed & 8 u n—M lc f Me FOR HIRE GOOD saddle horses. 16th r.nd Main, tf SADDLE HORSES for hire-—Farmers' Corral. A16 MISCELLANEOUS. CANCER. PR. POWELL—Cfncer specialist; 1519 Washington St. tf WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING: prices right; all work guaranteed. Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St. VETERINARY HOSPITAL BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL lion stable, 1312 ( ii tf rove. Dr. Noble. tf STOVE REPAIRS. We are still headquarters for all kinds of stove repairs; if we haven't what you want we cu]i get it. The Com pany Store, 906-8 STOVE REPAIRING. For stoves and ranges, stove repair ing, range connections, chimney sweep, call 2393-J. Idaho St. tf A23 CUT this out fori Iuck. Semi birth date and 10 c for jvonderful horoscope! of your entire life. 499 Lexington avenue, New York. I S. O. Apr 23c Prof. Raphael, VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow erful stationery "iNVINCIBLFJ" vac uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more, cost less. Demonstrated. Kingsley. Phone 1961. i SEEDS AN^ GRAINS. FDR SALE—Good 28-R-l. Meed oats. Phone. FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re rleaned rye for ajeed. Ross & Co., ( tf A9 1324 Main. FOR SALE—Seed oats, bluestem wheat. nimie, phone 1SJI. train. "Big Four" H. O. McMa _ A27 ' FOUND. PICKED UP—Four consisting of one r< mare with brand der; ono bay gelding; one black year ling colt. Owner may have same by calling Lusby at Meridian. head of horses, >an mare; one bay 'O'' on left shoul A13 LOST LOST—Between Stamper's Studio and 7th and O'FnrreH SL, baby pictures. Phone 2181. package of AlOc MATRIMi iNIAL. MARRY RICH—Paper with descrip tion» Wealthy Californians seeking marriage, trial 3 months 10c. ''Unity" 67-4th 8 treet, San Francisco. MARRY RICH—Papier with descrip tions wealthy Californians seeking marriage, trial 3 months 10c "Unity" 57-4th Street, San Francisco. A9c Ona Cant a Word Eaoh Insertion, No Advartiaamant Laaa Than 1B Can ta. FOR SALE—Real Estate. HtpMEF 7KAD under the government project, all under water, 40 acres for $600. Hub City Realty Company. 219 Idaho Bldg. A 9 WANT MONEY—Four-room house, % acre of ground, close In. $450. Home stead relinquishment, 120 acres, $50; 3^4 miles to town; good land; 1401, care Capital News. A13c FOR HALE—560 acre stock ranch, 160 acres under cultivation, good im provements, all fenced, 200 acres hay, all but 15 acres can be cultivât C"' 3% miles fror rf R. R. town, near public range, running water on the place, will sell cheap, part down bal ance easy terms. Address Owner,' P. O. Box 776. Boi.;e, Ida. EOD-A13 FOR SALE FOR SALE—Home canned fruit and empty jars. Phone 5-R-3. A10 - FOR SALK—Seed M l l' hok pm for hog feed. $3.00 a hundred. Phone 65J3. A9c FOR SALE—Household furniture and canned fruit. Call 207 Washington. A9c FOR SALE—Harness and light wagon, $15. Jacket heater, $10. Phone A13 2206-J. FOR SALE—-Money mower. Th,. Company Store, 906-08 Idaho street. Back" lawn u PERSONAL. TOP prices for men's cast-off clothing, shoes, etc. Phone 1514. Apr30c FOR SALE—The best molded garden hose at the least money. The Com pany Store, 906-08 Idaho street ft NU BONE CORSET See Mrs. 1. F. Teeters, agent for the Nu Bone corset. Phone 2679-AV. A30 PUT THE CAPITAL NEWS WANT Ads to work for you. Let them do the hard work; "they're used to it." FOR SALE—Good blacksmith shop, stock and tools. Good business, 1916 Overland. Earle Webb, Kuna, Idaho. A10 FOR SALE—Restaurant, the only one in town; good business. For par ticulars address owner, H. F. Funk, Dubois, Idaho. AlOc FOR SALE—Just received a large shipment of Congoleum rugs; all sizes and up to date patterns. The Company Store, 906-08 Idaho st. tf FOR SALE—Second hand Iron Irriga tion pipe, sizes 84-in. to 4-in., any quantity on hand; save you money. Idaho Junk House, 613 So. 8 th St., Boise. Phone 640. A2S 00000000000000000 FOR SALE — Good medical o practice in nearby, live town, o Cash collected last year, $7000. o over o No real estate connect- o ed with this deal. Office equip o ment and practice at a very o reasonable figure. Will bear o closest Investigation. Address o 1395 care of Capital News. Sun-Wed-Sun-A9 o a • ••••••••••••••••• REMINGTON REBUILT TYPEWRIT ERS. Remingtons, No. 10_140.00 to $65.00 Remingtons. No. 11 . .. . $45.00 to $ 6.".00 Smith Premiers .$12.50 to $65.00 Olivers. I'ndcrwoods . . Remingtons, 6 and Ribbons, carbons and paper, made in the R> mington factories; first qual ity. prices right. Guaranteed repair work on all makes of typewriters. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. Rooms 256-7 Sonna Bick., Phone 133. Boise, Idaho. .$15.00 to $35.00 .$35.00 to $47.50 $15.00 I Phone A9 FOR SALE POULTRY. Blooded breeding stock. Eggs for Hatching, In cubators, Foods, General Supplies of all kind*. Brooders, FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C. E. Sharp, Rt. 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9 I THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red; eggs for setting; $1.00 for 15. 216 6 - J. Ml THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs! Phone 2310-J. for setting. P. O. Box 416. tf FOR SALE—Incubators and repairs, new and second hand, at Loveley's, 14th and Main. A19 WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIX. from j proved heavy laying stock; May de livery, $8 per 1 U 0 . safe arrival. Petaluma, Cal. We guarantee j The Pioneer Hatchery, MIOc FAMOUS La Vista' strain of Bronze Turkeys. $4 per 11. White Leghorns: Chicks, $12. Eggs, $7 per 100. Safe delivery guaranteed. La Vista Farm, Ap23o Baker. Oregon. FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn; year's average 176.95 eggs per hen: 1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th pullets, Boise Show, 1916. $1.50 per setting; dred. Chicks, $16 Archie M. Larson, Idaho. Eggs, $ 8.00 per hun per hundred. Rt. 3, Weiser, A19c INTERURBAN LINES BOI8E VALLEY TRACTION COM. PANY. Leave Bolac for Lagle, Star, Middle 7:00, 8:00. 8 : 00 , 8 : 00 , ton and Caldwell: a. m. 11 : 00 ; p. m. 1 : 00 , 4:00, C : 30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:03. Leave Boise for Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell: a. m. 6:30, 7:30, 9:00 10:30, 12:00 noon; 9:30, P. m. 1:30, 8:30 3:30, *4:30, 6:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00. •To Meridian and McDermott only] Boise to Duncan Station: Leave Boise, a. m. *6:20, *7:05; p. m. 12:05, 5:05, 6:05. Duncan Station ' to Boise: Duncan, a. m. *6:46, »7.30; p. a. 12'30 6:30, 6:30. •Dally except 8ur day» • ■cave Ono Cant a Ward Eaoh Inaart No Advortlaomant Laaa Than II FOR SALE—Real Eatati WE HAVE some bargains in city If you are going to build. Hub ol Realty Co., 219 Idaho Bldg. FOR SALE—SZOacre dry farm, bull ings, fence, 70 acres under culttJ tion; two springs. Phone 282-W. A GOOD CHANCE. GOOD clecr income property bringt In 3100 cash per month, in Boise,] exchange for good 80 acres of laJ Schooler-Starling Agency, Overld Bldg. J I A CHOICE little 80-aere ranch line Improvements, beautiful yoi orchard, land practically all un cultivation; adjoins railroad statj 20 miles south of Boise; 860 peM takes it: on easy terms; might c sider a Boise home. Private wa right. Phone 98. w ! 1 HAVE a party very anxious to ge piece of land; he is farmer, and has a very fine h- ne, a 6 -room nu «TU bungalow, 6 lois, cost $5500 1 ill take muc.i less than 1 i either cash or land—Just as si have land. Here is a chance to you a fine home In Boise. Call i see m . 364 Sonna Bldg. he See Wilson-Smith. 1623 Main Street. We want, well Improved eighty, n] macadam road, in exchange for Bo income property. CloBC-ln 8 -room residence, aplenJ corner, exceptionally low figure, vj reasonable payment down. ] Wei! located restaurant- Snap to experienced man. I George W. Smith, ManaghJ FOR RENT—100 acres improved, in hay, 40 plowed. Implements hi nished; crop rent. ] Forty acres, improved, $150.00. Nice bungalow and barn, on car llJ 5-cent fare, less than 84 the cost] construction. j Six-room modern bungalow on Fort Three lots, $2300; easy terms. GEM STATE REALTA'. | Phone 707-M. 339 Soi SOME GOOD TRADES Five rooms, H acre ground; close J to trade for city property. Ten acres, clear of incumbrance, trade for house. . Five-room house, corner lot, good \oi tion; to trade for vacant lot. Five rooms, all modern, corner J splendid location, $2500; small cJ # payment, balance to suit; 1 M trade. ] Six rooms, modern, on Boulevard; J trade for lots or acreage. j Five acres, four-room house to trJ for residence. | Five rooms, all modern, fine locatif $1700. ADA REALTY CO.. INC. 114 N. 10th St. THE EARTH FOR SALE. 160 A., 8 miles SW Boise 5 mile, 100 cultivated, fenced and cross fenc gov. water, no buildings, a bargq indeed, $50 per aere. $3000 down, b ance 7 years 6 per cent, heat it. 20 A. west meridian on electric 11 improved with house, barn, etc.. In crop, $2500, terms, clear, no tral 80 A. 784 lies west Boise on M dam. the finest farm in Ada corn no exception. 40 in blue grass, 25 j falfa, 10 seeded t' grain: all wot wire and 7 cross woven wire fend good farm house, poultry houses I 1000 chicks, fine garden. Fruit ofJ kinds, a beauty and the bargadB the day, paid up water right, cl of debt, only want money enough] know it is sold, 8160 per acre, SI Clellan Hoobler Land Co.. R. 3. G( Building. FOR SALE 160 acres choice land, with governmt water; 90 acre» under cultivate balance pasture: all fenced a cross-fenced; large granary; other buildings; 3 miles cast of N ridlan near Beatty station; owned non-resident. Will take $45 per ar Determined to sell. You can't bi it; small payment down, easy ter and 6 per cent interest on deferi amount. A business block In heart of city, ai bankrupt price. Good tenant | long time lease. Owner non-residj Hound to sell. See us quick this choice investment. Sun-acre stock ranch, ono of the best ater unllmiti price on It time easy payments and low' rate interest. One of the greatest hay a grain producers in state Will be s in whole or in part to suit purchai For detailed particulars, call on write Idaho; grass and will be sold at low THE EDWARD STEIN CO.. l # 9 N - I'»th St.. Boise. Ida., Phone FARM LANDS—20 YEARS TO PA fertile farms In Western Canada d fered by Canadian Pacific Rallwj company. Productive »oil; good cl mate; ready markets: fine church! and school»; unexcelled transport! tion; all convenience» and opportul ities of best farming district« anl where. Prices $11 to $30 an aer| irrigated land from $35. Loan I $2000 to assist practical farmers I irrigated districts. Twenty years I pay—or sooner at your option. Loi before your final payment is duo yql farm will have paid ror itself. A1 some improved farms with houiJ barns, wells, fencing and crops growing on them on the Mimai ' vorable terms. Interest in ail cas| only 6 per cent. This offer Is bai on good land; we offer these ten because we know a farmer on c lands can "bo successful"; he e live well and save enough to pay 1 his farm. Westers Canada lands • naturally suited to growing grail fodders, vegetables, dairying ol raising horses, cattle, sheep, swil poultry. Cash in on the high gn prices. Don't delay; the best las will be taken first. Write today i free handbook and full informât! tu J. S. Dennis, Assistant to t President, Department of Natifi Resources,, CANADIAN PACIB RAILWAY. Calgary, Alberta, Cf ada. 8.0.