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'UT OF town Ford livery, careful driver; rates reasonable. Phone] 645-W. tf FOR RENT—38, 6-room house and Thornton's Store, A16c garden. Call South Side. AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOP—All kinds ot oars repaired. 9th and Grove. Hardman Block. A22e 15 EGGS, 50c; Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching from fancy laying strains. Gem Grocery, 723 Main. Phone 1155. A17 WANTED—Girl to assist with house work and care of two babies. Must Lgo home nights. Apply Monday, 1315 P#'ort. A16 OR RENT—Beautiful apartment at 1415 Franklin. Furnished or un furnished room. Reasonable rental. Phone 881-W. A16 AGENTS WANTED — To handle household necessity. Good selling proposition, Idaho Laboratory, Box 98, Middleton, Idaho. A16c ANOTHER barrel of Columbia dry cell batteries goes at 40c. Come early. Boise Auto Supply & Sport ing Goods Co., 1009 Main. AU FOR SALE—Have 10 acres with good house and barn: close to town; city water; will sell all or any part of it. Phone 2434 -W or address R. D. 4, Box 88. AlBc WANTED—Toung working man and | wife '. ■> rent housekeeping rooms at price of one room. Close In, garden Address 1407 AUS pi pace, shade trees. Capital News. 'OR SALE OR RENT—400 acre stock ranch with abundance of free range. River runs through the place. Can give possession at once. Phone Mrs. H. L. Ash, 190S-W. tf WANTED—By woman living by her self: plain, quiet woman to occupy room and have housekeeping privl Ad A16 leges In return for mending, dress 1405 Capital . jws. FUR RENT—Strictly modern five room bungalow, furnace, sleeping porches, fireplace, furniture first class, Including player piano, 335 or. lease. 1014 East Jefferson. - FOR RENT—Half of comfortable, well furnished old fashioned cottage to rent at very reasonable rates. Piano, flowers, finest of shade and some fruit. Address 1406 Capital News. A 1 6 FOR RENT, sale or trade, 2Vi acres in full bearing orchard and berries, 3 miles from Boise, on Macadam road, large 4 room house, cellar, well, barn, Ridcnbaugh water. See A. < '. Mor ton, 2015 N. 16th St. A16c FOR SALE UR TRADE—Three-story brick mercantile building: all rent ed; mortgage 312,500 at 7 per cent; pr1c<v J 4[3l)J)0(^ Will trnde for good farm in the* Boise Valley. MeRcy nolds A- Whitson. Idaho Rldg. A16 WANTED—All horsemen to call at 11th and Front St. Feed stable and see the grand Imported Belgian stal lion Nicéphore, the best draft stal lion i Fornia. F l burg or address Box 11S3, noise, Ida southern Idaho, successor to terms see IS. M. Rosen tr ho. FUR KALE—Ry the Pioneer Furniture L Co.. 909-911 Idaho street: ■SECOND band Ford wheels. 32 ■ALMOST new drop head Singer sew Ping machine, 317.50. 1 8-FOOT show case, 312. GOOD 2nd bicycle for 310; another for 317.50. ch. A23 VFEDOL is the pure Pennsylvania oil and will give more mileage than any other oil sold in Boise. We have demonstrated this fact and speak We have it in Rest Oil Boise Auto Supply A16 from experience, heavy," medium and light, on the market. Co.. 1009 Main. ACRE irrigated ranch, paid water, I price $5000, trade for mountain ranch. |$5000 SIX room, modern, Boise home. I trade for land, can put in several ■pother pieces of -city property with Kuiis deal, want stock ranch or good Brand. Five room house, clear trade L for six room house. 364 Sonna Bldg. A16 'OR SALE—Stock ranch, 600 acres, 9 miles to R. R. station. all fenced and cross fenced with woven wire, 8 room house, large barn, granary and oth er buildings, about 150 acres in al falfa and grain, 400 acres can be 1 cultivated. Good living spring at buildings. Good family orchard. Plenty good government range ad joining which supports stock year around without feed. Snap at 317 Owner must sell. Box 776 S-T-TH-A20 per acre. Boise. Idaho. TRADES— 1 jnne strictly modern home for [ Scattlo residence. k 80 acres ncur Weiser for Boise I property. I Good relinquishments for sale cheap. Long Valley land to trade. Kansas farm for Boise property. We have the snaps and will match all your trades. Loans and Insurance. Gem State Realty. 339 Sonna Bldg. tf [one 707m TYPEWRITER SPECIALS. Remington Model 10... Remington Model 11. Rebuilt Remingtons, 345.00 50.00 factory either Model.. Monarch Model 2 Smith Premiers, from 115.00 to $65.00. Remington Model 6 and 7, from 115.00 to 330.00. Olivers, from $16.00 to $40.00. Oliver Model 5, with back space, splendid condition, $35.00. i Underwoods, from $25.00 to $47.50. ! Guaranteed repair work on all makes Lf machines, Typewriter supplies for any make of machine. Moat complete line In the state. . Remington Typewriter Co, Ine. Bone 133 65.00 50.00 256 Sonna Bldg. Boise, Idaho A16 Under ibe Capital Dome Governor Alexander will return to day from a trip to Twin Falls and Buhl where he delivered t.ddressea at Democratic meetings. There will be a number of important land board meetings this week. One of them falls on Saturday when the leasing of state lands is (gain taken up. Because the Republican state con vention Is held this week at Twin Falls there will be an exodus of state offi cials from the capital. Most of them are candidates for re-eleft|ion and de sire to mix medicine at the convention. State Senator E. E. Elliott of Bound ;ognlzed can will arrive in ary county, who Is a rec didate for congressman, the capital tomorrow. He| will prob ably be the only Boundary county delegate In attendance at the state convention. He will stop off enroute here for Twin Falls. "Moscow looks better tp me every time I come buck home," said Justice William M. Morgan, on arriving in the Latah county metropolis last week, "and still better every ttrjie I take a look at the other fellow' haven't anything to say lit particular, except that I frequently vfish I could be here oftener. ' I town. Pure Food Commissioner J. K. White is in receipt of notification that J. T. Edwards was arrested at Idaho Falls fof maintaining a common nuisance In the form of an unprotected manure pile in a corral where horses and cows were kept and fined $75. The public utilities commission is sued an order yesterday authorizing the Camas Prairie Railroad company to apply class "D" rate cn one car load ot cement and plaster lime ship ped in August. 1915, from Lewiston to Grangeville, the total change for the shipment to be $68 instead of 3107, the amount that should have been collect ed under the tariff then in effect, and to apply class "D" rate to one carload of cement and plaster shipped from Lewiston to Volmer, the charge to be 373.20 instead of 390.89, the amount that should have been collected under the tariff then in effect. Members of the state land hoard are interested in the suit that lias been filed in the Fourth judicial district court for Twin Falls county by H. C. Hansen of Hollister in whfch he asks ex 310,000 from the River Water company, the Twin Falls in vestment company, D. C. Mac Watt rrs, B. Hurtt, I. B. Pcrrinc, lister, George F. Sprague McCollum, stockholders in the invest ment company, which was instrument al in the sale of lands on the Salmon river tract in 1908. Hansell claims in his suit and complaint that he was in duced through fraudulent representa tions to buy land and water rights un der the Salmon river irrigation system and failed for three successive seasons for $21,287.98 damages aijid an omplary claim of Twin Kall.s-Snlmon & H. L. Hol and R. M. to secure enough water fop- irrigation purposes, so that he had crop failures. The Salmon river tract is a, project re claimed under contract otj the Land & Water company with the state of Idaho in conformity with the provi sions of the Carey act. ltsj plans were approved by the slate engineer and state land board. Socialist From Australia. H. Scott Bennett who Is Aow touring In America will lecture In the Majes ti etheater today at 3 p. m. Subject, "The Story of Labor in Australia." Come and hear what labor has accom plished in Australia. Admission free. Adv-A16e Rose plants, sbru'. , yines, hedge plants, perennials, pansies, daisies and forget-me-not, plant now. Boise Flor al Co .— Adv Ala At the O'uirch Fair. (From Judge.) Book-making beauty—Hero you are. sir; take a chance on this fine choc olate layer cake. J. J. Experience—No thanks; I've already taken too many. That cake is my wife's donation. DR. A. W. OATÈ Dentist, has moved his offices to 415 417 Empire Bldg. Adv A22 TO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED- Setting hei I. (all 2430J. A18e A GOOD violin at Exchange' Store, 1009 Main. A16 GAS RANGE at & Williams, 1418 Main. bargain. | Ycrringt/rm A16 MAJESTIC range in good flhape. change Store, 1009 Main. Ex A16 I FOR RENT—Four room house at 608 S. 13th St. 38. Phone 460. A 22 FOR RENT Suite of furnished rooms for gentlemen. 1019 Hay A 22 FOR SALE—Single Cyllnd Davidson Motorcycle. nr Ilarley Flkone 854-J. A16c FOR SALE—Practically new 1915 Ford roadster. 3300 cash. |lll0 North 18th. A 16c* WILL give fine trade for Ford or Address 1Capital A23 Maxwell car. News. » MEXICAN Sun Hats, a bt ssortinent to choose from; a hat for Everybody; prices 10c to 50c. The Racket Store, Kalbus Bros., opp. postoffice. A16 LAWN MOWERS—We h ive three grades and various sizes. On these you positively save money. A look at them costs nothing. We do not urge you to buy. The Rabket Store, Kalbus Bros., opp. Postoffice. A16 MI-LINERY. MILLINERY. WOMEN'S add children's s:raw hats; Rice net frames; flowers 01 ' all kinds; all 15c. Wire hat frames, choice 10c. Hat wire, 5c. Braids from 15c to 65c. The Racket Store, Kalbus pros, Opp. Postoffice. AII TYPHOID FEVER TRACED TO MILK Prompt Action by Pure Food Commissioner Prob ably Prevents Epidemic. • a Casas Traced To Milk. "Seventy-six out of 87 cases of typhoid fever which occurred in a recent outbreak have been traced by the United States public health service to Infected milk. Had the first cases been reported to a trained health of ficer the outbreak could have been stamped put promptly. When will we learn that disease prevention Is sure and cheap?" United States public health ser vice. a a î a a a a # a a a a a a a a Infected milk Is the cause In many cases of typhoid fever, but owing to] the prompt action of J. K. White, pure food commissioner of this state. It has been prevented here. Several cases of typhoid fever de veloped on a certain dairyman's milk route last fall that, but for the prompt and effective investigation by the pure food department in locating the source of Infection, might have resulted In a typhoid epidemic. For this reason, if no other, the pure food department has proven its worth ns every case of .ty phoid Is promptly investigated by Pure Food Commissioner White and I prompt and effective measures en. forced to control the spread of the disease. In the case referred to the source of Infection turned out to be a typhoid carrier who was employed at the dairy and who bottled the milk. There has not been another case of typhoid on this milk ro.ute since this typhoid car rier was prohibited from bottling the milk. That some people will carry ty wr X i!P «5 t !V ofJoSGKJHÄSÄä? [ïKtSe^TOMLSH JÄsiTVj PERCY " UJMGRt Dl DEVMrr MC»r Or CCOLISmI HASVAUD UNIVtftBITV Si /JOHN C ROUT Ph D.' 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Our Great Coupon Offer Makes It Almost A Gift SPECIAL DICTIONARIES Of CUralcal AbbrtrtatlonF Soit Com «ton AbbrsnsUons ON'T let 98c stand be tween you anti education Don't deny this wonderful book to your children. Take it koine—taka one to dta office. It ia necaaaary in your tocial and business life. Our supply ia limited -you'll have to act promptly. D Forma of Ad dr « — American! Atomic WMgkla Yours 98c Publisher's Price Cbrlnlu Mi for Oolf Only Lawn Tannis Military sad If»—1 fan— Kotad Charset—» la Utar»ttua and 3 Coupons paotoflrapky $ 4.00 ■ Wit*!—• Tal—rspby Wards of Lite» a»« Oppoalts Ma-tal asflainad in Corny»«»«* Mail Ordsrs rilled on Terme Wm. L. Allen, M. D., Specialist for Men and Women A VISIT WILL TELL I invite all sick people who contemplate faking treatment to come to my office for a per sonal interview and for a full explanation of their condition. I give special attention to the combination of the curative powers of Eléctricity, X-Ray, Light and Heat, Bacterines, Se rum and organic extracts, with the scientific administration of carefully selected medicines. I endeavor to do everything possible to promote the welfare of my patients and if after a thor ough examination f find vour case incurable I will tell you so. Î have spent thirty years in the treatment of private and chronic diseases of men and women. I have spent one year in the largest hospitals and clinics of Europe. It has been a recognized fact that the diseases of the Eye and Ear belong to the Special ist in that line of work. It is equally true in the treatment of the private diseases of They require the skill of one who is thoroughly equipped to diagnosis and treat these most complicated cases. The general practitioner has neither the time, experience nor equipment for the treat ment of these ailments. Those who wish the best in this line of work should consult cialist who treats diseases of men and women, one who devotes his attention and time tirely to these troubles. My office equipment consists of the many appliances especially adapted to the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases. We treat successfully Piles, Fistula, Ulcerations, Prolapses, Fissures, Hernia (rupture) without confining the patient to bed. Nervous Diseases. Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Dis eases, Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. Rheumatism. Varicocele. Hydrocele. Prostatic Troubles, Strictures, Sexual Weakness and all private diseases of men. Diseases of the skin, such as Eczema, Psoriasis, Herpes, Urticaria, Auto infections and Syphilis: Diseases of Wo men, such as weaknesses, displacements and diseases peculiar to their sex. Electrical Treatment—From our various apparatus we can obtain practically every form of electricity. Electric treatments are of great value in many conditions, such as paralysis, and some of the diseases peculiar to women. Medical Treatment—Such medicines as maybe needed are always furnished from stock men. a spe en our own Examinatians and consultations free. Office hours—9 to 12, 1 to 5, 7 to 8 daily. Sundays and holidays. 10 to 12. Special ap pointments by letter or telephone. 201-204 McCarty Bldg., corner Ninth and Idaho Streets, Boise, Idaho. phold this way although perfectly well themselves. Is one of the peculiarities of the germ. They are commonly claesed as typhoid carriers. FRY & SUMMERS CO. Funeral Directors, and Embalmers. FAULTLESS SERVICE. Private Ambulance. CAREFUL ATTENDANTS. PHONE 976. DAY AND NIQHT. A. G. KENNARD Spray With Sherwin-Williams Dry Pow dered Arsenate of Lead. Sweet-Teller Hardware Brighten Up. HIGH CLASS JOB PRINTING AND RUBBER STAMPS. Stamp orders in by 2 p. m. ready by 8 a. m. the next day. Prices Reasonable. 806 BANNOCK. PHONE 176 K**n Kutter SCHREIBER & SIDENFADEN UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Finest Undertaking Establle» ment and Funeral Chapel In tue State Privat* Ambulance «Of- «11 Banneck H Phan* 133 l-IOPSKI ' It't Got thd P«p." J. WEIL & 00. 921 MAIN 8T. IRON IRRIGATION Pipe ; y 2 to 4-inch in excellent con dition; any quantity. ! IDAHO JUNK HOUSE Phon* 940 513 South 8th. Have Your Piano Tuned. Our tuning department is of th* hiflh*«t afficiency. Charges reasonable. Only house In Boise that satin finishes j cases. Makes your piano look like The Boise Eilers Music House *22-824 IDAHO ST. new. DRINK BOTTLED Coca-Cola and GRAPE the drinks that are making 3olre famous. Accept no Imitations. Examine the bottle. Examine the crown. THE COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. 249 Warm Springs Av*. Phone 369 W. Jenkins Furniture Company Uth and Phone Zimmerman 8ELL6 MEN'S HATS EXCLUSIVE LY. 3UY THEM. WEAR THEM * YOU GET THE BEST. EIGHTH 8T.—OPP. POSTOFFICE SEND FOR OUR WALL PAPER SILENT SALESMAN Prices and Values Extraordinary, CHINA CHINA SHOP p Save Money! AUTO REPAIR WORK AND OVERHAULING First class work at lass than garags rates. ! P. G. DE LAP 3LACK8M (THING—212 N. 12th I V. + + Choice Meats, + Ham, Bacon, Lard. 4« 4* BOISE BUTCHER CO. + 4> 811 Idaho. Phone 59 + 'f + 4'*F4**F*f*F4**î* •r The Idan-ha LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE European Plan. In tha center of everything. Commercial and Stockman'a Headquarters. FtRST-OLASS CAFE Cafeteria and a la carta service, Lunch, 12 to 2. □inner, 6 te • p. m. Rates, without bath, $1,00 up. With bath, $1.50 up. ROBERT AIKMAN, Manager. i THE BRISTOL. BOISE'S POPULAR HOTEL, European Plan. Complete in every detail. Daily ratea 76c to 31.60. Weekly Rates; 33.50 up, Special rata* to permanent ruesta M. PARSONS. Manager. HOTEL GRAND BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL Commercial M • n'a Headquarter»— Moat Attractive Lobby in tha State Stnotly Mettant. " ' —