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PRICES SENT UP
BY RUSH 10 BUY
Adverse Reports of Domes
tic Winter Crop Causes
General Advance.
Chicago, April 12.—Higher prices for
■wheat résulte: jday from the general
rush to buy. Incentives lay In the con
tinued adverse reports of domestic win
l.ter crop in bullish cable dispatches
about r.uropean continental require
ments not being adequqately supplied
by Argentine and Australian shipments.
Bull lenders her are predicting a re
newal this year of the early war time
'pinch in wheat supplies. Opening
prices, which ranged from [email protected]
1%@1%c hierher, with May 1.18%
x.19% and July [email protected]%, were fol
lowed by decided further gains.
The market closed 1% to 2H net
higher.
Wheat — May, open 1.18%, close
1.1974; July, open 1.16, close 1.1714.
Corn—May, open 75 *4, close 7514;
July, open 7614, close 76%.
Oats—May, open 44%, close 44%;
July, open 43%, close 43%.
Portland Wheat Market.
Portland, April 12.—Wheat quiet
No trading. Spot bids unchanged to 2c
higher. Bluestem, 1.05; forty-fold. 92;
club, 91; red fife, 92; red Russian, 92.
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis, April 12.—May w heat
closed at 1.22®%; July, 1.21%.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago,
(Capital News Special Service.)
Chicago, April 12.—Hogs—Market
strong to 5 higher than the opening.
Bulk. 9.55© 9.75; light, [email protected]; mix
ed, 9.35®9.SO; heavy, [email protected]; rough,
1,16 @9.35.
Cattle—Market strong. Native beef
eteers, [email protected]; western steers, 7.60®
8.60; stockers and feeders. 5.85®8.55;
cows and heifers, [email protected]; calves, 6.50®
9.50.
Wethers, 7®
Sheep—Market strong.
9.35; lambs, [email protected]
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Service.)
South Omaha. April 12.—Hogs—Re
ceipts
higher.
range. 9.10®9.45; mixed and butchers',
9.30© 9.41; good to choice heavy, 9.30®
9.45; rough heavy, 9.20© 9.30; lights.
9.10© 9. ÏÏ5; pigs, [email protected]
<'nttle—Receipts 4000. Market, kil
lers 10 higher; feeders steady, steers,
native, [email protected]; western, 7.10®8.60;
cows, 7.85® 8.35; stockers and feeders,
6.50® 8.50.
Sheep — Receipts 10,000. Market,
lambs mostly 10 higher; sheep strong.
Yearlings, [email protected]; wethers, [email protected];
lambs, [email protected]
8800. Market mostly 10®15
Bulk, [email protected]; top, 9.45;
North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service.)
North Portland, April 12.—Cattle—
Receipts 13. Market steady. Steers,
grain and pulp fed, 8.75®9; choice
good, [email protected];
medium, 8® 8.25; cows, choice, 7.50®
7.80; good, [email protected]; heifers, [email protected];
bulls, [email protected]; stags. [email protected]
Hogs—Receipts 282. Market steady.
Prime light. [email protected]; prime [email protected]:
good to prime mixed, [email protected]; rough
heavy* [email protected]; pigs and skips, 7.50®)
8.50.
hay fed, [email protected];
Sheep—Receipts 50. Majdcet steady.
Spring lambs, 13; choice lambs, 9.50®
10; common lambs, [email protected]; choice
yearlings, [email protected]; good yearlings, [email protected];
choice
ethers, 8® 8.25; choice light
ewes. [email protected]: choice ewes, [email protected];
common heavy ewes, [email protected]
LOCAL MARKETS.
Retail Market*
(Corrected dally by W. J. Campbell
& Son)—Potatoeu, [email protected] per cwt.,
10 pounds for 25c; Teen peppers, 30c
lb., parsley, tc per bunch; hothouse
radishes, 5 per bun'h; cabbage, 3c per
lb.; celery, 5c and 10c per bunch; beets,
8c per lb.; cucumbers, 25c each; hot
house lettuce. 20c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3
lbs. 25c; Brussels sprouts, 15c4b.; arti
chokes, 10c; gallic, 23c lb.; Mexi
can peppers, 35c lb.; cauliflower, 16c per
pound; new carrots. 10c per bunch;
new beets, 10c per bunch; new cab
bage, 5c per pound; new turnips, 10c
per bunch;
lb.; rhubarb, 6c per bunch; mustard
greens, 5c per bunch; wax beans, 25c
lb.; green beans, 25c lb.; new potatoes,
15c lb.; tomatoes, 20c lb.; rhubarb, 5c
bunch; green onions, 2 for 5e; new
peas, 2 pounds for 25c; California cel
ery, 10c and 13c per bunch.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per
box, C3c to $1.50.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds
for 26c; cut off bananas. [email protected] dozen;
pineapples, 12 %c lb.; oranges. 25 to 50c
per dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen;
Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; new
dates, 15c package; tomatoes, 26c per
lb.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs,
20c basket.
Sugar and lard —Beet sugar, per
asparagus, 17 %c per
Cold Settled
In His Back
.Falar Kidaay Pills ahntfs «ira
• «lW."-Ed Veltoo, Roe an, N.br.
ton, of Rogers. Neb., writes:
"I have used Foley Kidney Pill* for
backache, tbe result of catching cold
which settled in my back. Foley
Kidney Pills always give me prompt
relief and I can cheerfully recoin
mend them.
The reason Foley Kidney Pills set
•• Jjhtlsfsotorlly is because they neu
trallse and dissolve tha poisonous
J5««*f fi atter that romslns in the
blood because the kidneys do not
do their work properly in filtering
"A ?*i ta ?K OUt . m tha kyutem urio
•eld and other poisons a
Relief usually follows In a*tew
days and such symptoms as pain In
the sides or back, stiff jointe, sore
muscle*' rheumatism, too frequent
action of the bladder at nlghL and
other painful and annoying ailments
disappear. Foley Kidney Pill* con
tain no harmful Ingrédients They
•re safe a* wall a* quick acting, *
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Valuable
For
CATARRH
Just because you hawk and aplt and
your nose Is wet, cold, red, sore and
a nuisance, don't merely plug It up.
You can't cure catarrh by greasing
your nose. Take S. S. 8. regularly
and you will drive catarrhal poleone
out of your blood. The membranes
will soon recover and no longer oon
tlnue to accumulate the mucous that
gathers and thickens Into catarrh,
8. 8. 8. stimulates the cells of the tls
sues to select from the blood their own
essential nutriment. Rapid recovery
from catarrhal lnflamatlon In the stom
ach, kidney, bladder and all mem
the result.
MALARIA.
Throughout the country, wherever
malaria abounds, are happy, joyful
people to whom S. S. S. has given won
aerful help in the treatment of mala
rla after the most sickening torture
Imaginable.
The gaunt complexion of malaria's
victims, the chills and fever, the ma
larlal dysentery that seems to defy all
other treatment, the malarial leg, the
enlarged liver, the persistent anemia
where the blood turns to water and
the system wastes away. These are
the conditions that S. S. 8. so effectu
ally aslssts in overcoming, by helping
to restore the blood to Its natural vigor,
8TUBBORN 80RE8
Sometimes a sore spot becomes lndo
lent. The tissues surrounding it lose
tone and are unable to provide suffi
clent nutriment to stop the drain. It
is then chronic. Just saturate your
blood with S. S. S. This is quickly
accomplished, as S. S. S. Is naturally
assimilated the same as milk or any
ot t> e r healthful liquid.
Nature acts with marvelous rapidity
when given the proper assistance, and
p- S. 8. so stimulates celhilar activity
that the parts surrounding an ulcer se
lect from the blood the materials that
mane . w V 88 ,"®' Th " 8 t î'® 8 ° r ® sP°t
rapidly heals in a natural way
Local applications for any skin dis
ease will afford protection from with
bra neu is
cwt., $7.76; cane su^ar, per ewt., $8.25;
lard, per 10-pound palL (1.66; maple
sugar. 25c per pound.
Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
20c; creamery butter, 40c per pound;
ranch butter, 26c an," 30c per pound;
honey, 15c pound.
Poultry—Hens, 22c per lb.; spring
frys, 60c to 60c each; ducks, 22c; tur
keys, 28c; geese, 18c lb.; capons,
25c lb.
Flour—Straight grarvss, 11.6501.75
per 48-lb. sack; high patent, 11.80®2
per 48-pound sack.
Fish—Halibut, 20c per pound; sal
mon, 30c per pound; perch, 17%c
per po nd; fresh herring, 15c
pound;
Finnan haddie, 25c;
per
kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Coeur
d'Alene
whlte fish, 20c pound; brook trout, COc
per pound; rock cod, 17%c per pound;
clams, 10c pound; crawfish, 75e dozen;
crabs. [email protected] ,35c; catfish, 20c per pound;
shrimp, 30c pound; Columbia river
smelts, 3 pounds for 25c.
A mass meeting of the Progressives
of Ada county is hereby called to meet
at the G. A. R. hall, on State St., be-1
tween 7th and 8th Sts., Boise, on Sat
urday, April 15th. 1916, at 2 o clock p.
m.. for the purpose of electing 30 dcle
HIAWATHA lump, $7.50; stove, $7;
nut, $6.50. Western S. G. Co. 9 & Grove.
Experienced piano movers. Comn
ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv. tf
Progressive County Convention.
gates from Ada county to attend the
State Progressive convention at Boise
on April 2-nd, 1916. All Progressives
are - urgently requested to attend.
Signed
FRANK E. JOHN ESSE.
Chairman.
CHAS. C. SHERMAN,
Secretary.
Adv-A14
Best by test HIAWATHA COAL,
phone 323. Lump 37.50. stove 37.
Store your household goods with
Compton Transfer Co. Sanitary ware
house. Phone 48.—Adv.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice of Sheriff s Sale Under Order of
Sale on Judgment and Decree
of Foreclosure.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the State of Idaho,
in and .or the County of Ada.
Anna Noble, as executrix of the last
will and testament of Robert Noble, de
ceased. plaintiff, vs. John Krall &
Company, a corp /ration, defendant.
Under and by virture of an Order of
Sale issued out of the above named
court on a . udgment and Decree of
Foreclosure recovered In said court in
the above cntit'.d action, on the 18th
day of March, .916, in favor of the
above nan ed plaint'ff and against the
. ''ove named refendants, said writ re
citing the material parts of said judg
ment. and duly attested on the Ith day
of April, 1916, and to the Sheriff of
Ada <'oi nty, Idaho, directed, and to me,
Emmitt Pfost, as such .Iheriff, delivered
til 4th day f April, 1916, for exe
cution; whereby I am commanded and
required to execute the Judgment by
making the sale, applying the proceeds
thereof in conformity therewith In the
manner prescribed by lav.
The land and premises directed to be
sold by sa d decree are situated In the
County of Ada, Stat ■ of Idtiho, and are
bounded and particularly described
follows, to-wit:
as
All of Block Twenty
one of John Krall's Third Addition to
Boise I ly, Idaho, as the same Is
particularly described upon the plat of
said addition now on file In the office of
jthe County Recorder of Ada County.
Idaho, together with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments and
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining, and the rents. Is
sues and profits thereof.
Notice is hereby given that In
more
ap
com
pliance with aald wrlL that on the 6th
day of May, 1916, at the hour of 3
o'clock in the afternoon of that day, in
front of the County Court House in
Boise City, Ada County, Idaho, I will
sell at public auction sale, all and sin
. 'lar the above described property,
so much tl. reof as may be suffle'ent
to raise the amount due to the Plain
tiff for the principal and interest and
attorney's fees, money expended under
the terms of said mortgage, and costs
of suit, interest and expenses of sale,
to the highest bidder therefor in c-«h,
lawful money.
Dated the 13th day of April, 1916.
EMMITT PFOST,
Sheriff of Ada County, Idaho.
.W O Ml
or
Health Hints
Our Readers
out, but bare no medical value. Ec
sema, tetter, acne and all euch erup
tire diseases should be treated with
8. 8. 8.
POISONED BLOOD,
So many different things contribute
to poison the blood and the effect ie
so startling that the sufferer becomes
panic-stricken and la led to use harm
nil drugs. If you have
ble, get a bottle of 8.
according to directions,
Don't take anything else. Poisoned
blood le bad enough without ruining
your bones, Joints, teeth and vitals
with minerals. S. 8. S. so stimulates
cellular activity that they reject all
poisonous influences and select only
those materials in the blood that make
healthy tissue. This Is why its assist
ance toward recovery Is so noticeable
and at times remarkable,
8. 8. 8. Is welcome to the weakest
stomach and is assimilated lust as
readily as the most nutritious food. It
has helped to cure a host of sufferers,
RHEUMATISM,
In any form of rheumatism give the
blood a good effectual cleansing with
8. 8. 8.
Use this remedy for three days and
take a hot salt water hath to open the
pores. This relieves the lungs and
kidneys and assists S. S. S. to utilize
the skin as the principal avenue of
elimination,
Avoid salts, calomel and other dras
tic purgatives, as they absorb the mois
ture from the walls and membranes of
the intestines, weaken the muscular
action, produce chronic constipation
and thus stagnate the system with
rheumatic poisons. Get a bottle of
8. S. S. at any drug store. Don't
take a substitute
S. S. 8. is purely vegetable and is
prepared only P by the Swift Specific
Co., 271 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ge. Write
for special booklet on any of the dis
eases mentioned and if medical advice
is wanted, write for that also to ad
dress given above. Etoth booklet and
medical advice are free._
any blood trou
S. 8. and take
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LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale Under Order of
Sale on Judgment and Decree
of Foreclosure.
In the District Court of the Third Ju
dicial District of the State of Idaho,
in and for the County of Ada.
Alice Lynch, a minor, by Mrs. Almon
J. Hall, her guardian, plaintiff, versus
The F. J. Garver Company, Limited
a corporation, F. J. Garver, The
Boise City National Bank, a corpora
tion, Valentine Matthaeus. H. L.
Burns and Bessie Burns, defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of
sale Issued out of the above named
court on a judgment and decree
foreclosure and sale obtained In said
court In the above entitled action
the 4th day of March, 1916, in favor
of the above named plaintiff and
against the above named defendants.
Said writ reciting the material parts
of said Judgment and decree of fore
closure, and duly attested on the 18th
day of March, 1916, and to the Sheriff
of Ada County directed, and to me,
Emmitt Pfost as such Sheriff deliv
ered on the 16th day of March, 1916,
for execution; wherein I am command
ed and required to execute the Judg
ment by making the sale, and apply
ing the proceeds In conformity there
with in the manner prescribed by law.
The land and premises directed to
be sold by said order sale, are situate
in Ada county, state of Idaho, and
bounded and particularly described
follows, to-wit:
of
on
are
as
All of lot numbered
two in block numbered one of the Wil
son subdivision of the west half of the
northeast quarter of section thirty
two in township four north, range two
east of the Boise Meridian, as the
same is numbered and designated on
the official plat of said tl*p Wilson Sub
division now on file in the office of the
county recorder of said
Idaho, together with
hereditament
Ada county,
the tenements,
appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In anywise
pertaining.
Notice Is hereby given that In obed
ience therewith, that on the 13th day
of April, 1916 at the hour of 3 o'clock
In the afternoon of that day In front
of the county court ■ house door In
Boise City. Ada county, Idaho, I will
sell at public auction sale, all
much of the
lands and premises as may be suf
ficient to raise the money found du j to
the .plaintiff, with costs and attorney's
fees and Interest, also expenses of sale,
to the highest bidder therefor In cash
lawful money.
Dated the 12nd day of March, 1911.
EMMITT PFOST.
WO-A12 Sheriff of Ada County, Ida.
and
B
ap
or so
aid above described
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BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, flrat
class board desirable home. Phone
146W, _ A12c
FOR RENT—Furnished.
FOR RENT—FMrnished ropm with
kitchenette; 1309 Franklin.
A17
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 an.1 Main; cheapest rent in
town. Apply C. S. McConnell, 340
Sonna Bldg.
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BOARD AND ROOM
BOARD AND ROOMS--Case House,
1124 Bannock. Phone 92$.
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FOR 3 A LE 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 or
Hereford. Phonfc 1609M.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—For smaller
ranch or town property, quarter sec
tion, 60 acres irrigated, unlimited
range at hand; good stock proposi
tion; $1000 will handle.
206. Vale. Ore.
P. O. Box j
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TO TRADE.
M ILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
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TO TRADE—New 6-room modern, for
automobile.
2722.
Ellis addition.
Phone'
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A 75 per cent equity in 4-room house
for auto or extra good motorcycle.
Address 1323. Capital Ne-.vs. tf
SEEDS AND GRAINS.
FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re
cleaned rye for seed.
1324 Main.
Ross & Co.,
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FOR SALE—Seed grain, "Big Four'*
oats, bluestem wheat. H. O. McMa
nlmle, phone 13J1,
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FOR HIRE
GOOD saddle horses. 16th and Main, tf
SADDLE HORSES for hire—Farmers'
Corral.
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FOUND.
PICKED UP—Four head of horses,
consisting of one roan mare; one bay
mare with brand "O" on left shoul
der; one bay gelding; one black year
ling colt. Owner may have same by
calling Lusby at Meridian.
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MATRIMONIAL.
MARRY RICH—Paper with descrip
tions Wealthy Californians seeking
marriage, trial 3 months 10c. "Unity"
57-4th Street, San Francisco.
As a Rule.
Wayne—There's one good thing
about a vacation.
Payne—What Is that?
Wayne—When It's over it's paid for.
INTERURBAN LINES
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM.
PANY.
Leave Boise for Lagle, Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell; a. m. 7:00, 8:00,
11:00; p. m. 1:00t 2:00, 3:00
4:00, 5:30, 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: p. m. 1:30, 8:30,
3:30, *4:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:0U.
•To Meridian and McDermott only.
Boise to Duncan Station:
Boise, a. m. *6:20, *7:05; p. m. 12:05,
5:05, 6:05.
Duncan Station to Boise: i-eavs
Duncan, a. m. *6:45, *7.30; p. m. 12:30
5:30, 6:30.
•Daily except Suf Jays
9:30,
Leave
Ona Cant a Ward Eaoh Inaartion.
N» Advartiaamant Laaa Than IS Canta.
FOR SALE
POULTRY.
Blooded breeding a took.
Eigga for Hatching, In
cubators. Brooders,
Food«. General Supplies
of all klnda_
t'i
THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
eggs for setting; $1.00 for IB. Phone
2166-J.
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THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
for setting. Phone 2810-J. P. O.
Box 41«.
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FOR SALE—Incubators and repairs,
new and second hand, at Loveley's,
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14th and Main.
WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIX, from
proved heavy laying stock; May de
livery, 18 per 100. Wa guarantee
safe arrival. The Pioneer Hatchery,
MIOc
Petaluma, Cal.
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronza
Turkeys, 14 per 11. White Leghorns:
Chicks, 112. Eggs, 17 per 100. Safe
delivery guaranteed. La Vista Farm,
Baker, Oregon.
Ap2So
FOR SALB— S. C. White Leghorn;
year's average 116.96 eggs per hen;
1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs,
11.50 per setting; 18.00 per hun
dred. Chlcka, 116 per hundred.
Archie M. Larson, RL 1. Welser,
Idaho. _ A19c
FOR SALE
AUTO CARS
1916 LITTLE Six Bulck for aale at
bargain. Address 1384 care Capital
Newa
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FIRST CLASS auto repair work and
overhauling at less than garage
rates. P. G. DeLap, blacksmith, 212
N. 12th.
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FORD touring car, 1276; 1000-lb. deliv
ery truck, 1300; 1916 Maxwell tour
ing car, electric light and starter,
seat covers, repainted, 1495. Ban
nock Motor Sales Co., distributor*
Maxwell and Chalmers motor cars,
1012 Grove St., between 10th and 11th
Sts.
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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
1600.00.
Model 16 Bulck, four passenger,
detachable tonneau, new tires
and just repainted. Price 1450.00.
Two mode] 25 Bulcks, five pas
senger, Just overhauled and re
painted. Choicq $526.00.
1915 Buick, model C/37, five pas
senger, thirty-seven horse pow
er, overhauled and repainted.
As good a car as Bulck ever
made. Price 1750.00.
Bulck model 40, five passenger,
electric lights, good condition.
/Price $500.00.
RANDALL-DODD AUTO CO.
Ltd.
12th & Main Sts. Phone 1174-W.
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FOR SALE
LIVESTOCK
Horse* Cattle and
Livestock of ovary
kind.
HORSES harness and rigs for sale or
hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W.
Aprl2
FOR SALE—Three-year-old stallion.
Address George Tregaskis, Emmett,
Idaho.
M8c
FOR SALE—One pair of mares; gentle,
city broke: weight 2200; rubber tired
surrey and harness; higli grade
automobiles, overhauled and In first
class condition. Address 413 No. 16th
A13
Street or phone 240.
JAPONISE.
THE celebrated Belgian stallion, "Jap
onet," will make 1916 season ns fol
lows: Mondays and Tuesdays, Sol
Nelson ranch, 2 miles west of Me
ridian; Wednesdays, old Lemp
tlon; Thursdays Van Varice ranch, 2
miles east of Eagle; Fridays, Satur
days and Sundays, old sprinkling
barn. South Tenth street, Boise.
Thomas Tolly, owner and manager.
Wed&Sun—Mlc
see
MISCELLANEOUS.
CANCER.
DR. POWELL—Cancer specialist; 1619
Washington St.
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WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho SL
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
lion stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble.
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STOVE REPAIRS.
We are still headquarters for all kinds
of stove repairs; if we haven't what
you want we can get It. The Com
pany Store, 906-8 Idaho St.
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8TOVE REPAIRING.
For stoves and ranges, stove repair
ing, range connections,
sweep, call 2393-J.
chimney
A23
VACUUM cleaning at homos
erful stationery "INVIN 'IBLE"
uum cleaners sold, rented,
cost less. Demonstrated.
Phone 1961.
or pow
vae.
Do more,
Kingsley.
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NOTICE
Is hereby given that Abe
Martin severed his connection with
The Sanltex* Cleaning Co. on A^ril
8th and that we will not be respon
sible for any bills made by him. We
will continue business as heretofore
at 809 Bannock. Phone 325. Sanltex
Cleaning Co.
A12
Ona Cant a Word Eaoh In a ar t ion.
Na Advartiaamant Laaa Than 16 Gant,
FOR SALE—Real Eatate.
P OR SALE!—Modern six-room bunga
low, $2100. Address Box CM, Capital
News.
A1S
WANT MONEY—Four-room house, %
acre ofigrounf, cloee In. 1460. Home
stead relinquishment, 120 acres, 160;
8% miles to town; good land; 1401,
care Capital News.
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BARGAIN—til per acre. 110 acres
fine, fertile land; water 10 ft la Ne
vada near Calif, line; 14 mile from
Western Pac. Write owner, C. N.
Maltry, 1104 Peralta St. Oakland,
Cal- A17c
RELINQUISHMENT—-110 acroa, Mal
heur county, Oregon; can plow 90
acres; 24 miles from railroad, I mil el
from P. O., 114 miles school; good
water; cabin; sagebrush land, black
soil. Address A. F. Sbultx, Mullan,
Alte
Idaho.
FOR SALE—We have a 6-room mod
ern bungalow la fine location; rea
sonably dose In, furnished complete
with good furniture,
shame to tell the prloe, 18000. You
will bo sorry if you don't see this.
Schooler-Starling Agsaoy, Overland
Bldg.
Almost a
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A CHOICE little 80-sore ranch, with
fine Improvements, beautiful young
orchard, land practically all ander
cultivation; adjoins railroad station;
20 miles south of Boise; 1(0 per acre
takes It; on easy terms; might eon
aider a Bolae home. Private water
right. Phone 98.
8aa Wilaon-Smith.
1028 Main Street.
a] Wa want well Improved elgtrty, nanti
p> macadam road. In exchange tor Bolae
Income property.
Close-In t-room residente» splendid
corner, exceptionally low figure, very
reasonable payment down.
Well located restaurant. Snap to an
experienced man.
George W. Smith, Manager.
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FOR RENT—100 acres Improved, 10
In hay. 46 plowed. Implemente fur
nished; crop rent.
Forty aores. Improved, 1160.00.
Nice bungalow and barn, on car line;
6-cent fare, less than % the coat of
construction.
Six-room modern bungalow on Fort SL
Three lots, 12300; easy terms.
GEM STATE REALTY.
Phone 707-M.
139 Sonne.
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• ••••••••••••••a
o 13000 BUYS one of Boise's most •
• choice homes on small pay- •
• ment and easy terms; 8 rooms •
• modern, fine lawn, shade and •
• fruit. Come and see this beau- •
0 tiful $5000 home close In, good •
• car service. Call 98 or call at e
• 109 N. 10th St.
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FOR SALE
160 seres choice land, with government
water; 90 acres under cultivation,
balance pasture; all fenced and
cross-fenced; large granary; no
other buildings; 3 miles east of Me
ridian near Beatty station; owned by
non-resident. Will take $45 per acre.
Determined to sell. You can't beat
It; small payment down, easy terms
and 6 per cent In teres! on deferred
amount.
A business block In heart of city, at a
bankrupt price. Good tenant and
long time lease. Owner non-resident.
Bound to sell. See us quick about,
this choice Investment.
800-acre stock ranch, one of the beat In
Idaho; grass and water unlimited;
will be sold at low pries on long
time easy payments and low rate of
Interest. One of the greatest hay and
grain producers in state Will be sold
In whole or In part to suit purchaser.
For detailed particulars, call on or
writ#
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.,
109 N. 10th St., Bolae, Ida., Phone 98
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FOR SALB
FOR SALE—Jacket heater, 110. Phone
2206-J.
A13
FOR SALE—Gordon setter, I months
old. Call 901 N. 7th or phone 1116-J.
Alio.
FOR SALE—"Money Be ok" lawn
mower. Tlw Company Store, 906-08
Idaho stroeL
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FOR SALE CHEAP—One large refrig
erator, ga« cooking stove and lawn
mower. 1519 Harrison.
A17c
PERSONAL.
TOP,prices for men's cast-off clothing,
AprSOo
shoes, etc. Phone 1514.
FOR SALE—The best molded garden
hose at the least money. The Com
pany Store. 906-08 Idaho stroeL
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NU BONE CORSET
See Mrs. I. F. Teeters, agent for the
Nu Bone corset Phone 2679-W. A30
PUT THE CAPITAL NEWS WANT
Ada to work for you. Let them de
the hard work; "they're used to if
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 %-ln. to 4-ln., any
quantity on hand; save you money.
Idaho Junk House, 512 So. 8th St.,
Boise. Phone 640.
FOR SAI.E—Player piano In fine con
dition. cost 11000. sale price 1500.
_^One-third down, balance time. Own
er moved out of state,
selling.
_Falk Bldg.
•eeeeeoee# e e e e e e •
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reason for
Phone 1100 or call room 16
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• FOR SALE — Good medical •
• practice in nearby, live town. •
• Cash collected last year, over •
No real estate connect- •
• 77000.
e ed with this deal. Office equip e
• ment and practice at a very •
• reasonable figure. Will bear e
• closest Investigation. Address •
• 1395 care of Capital News. •
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