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OD PRICES FOR
IOOL BEING PAID
Jps Being Sold at Prom 25
.to 30 Cents a Pound in
Weiser Country,
(Staff Correspondence),
reiser, April 26—The Denbrae Sheep
ipany sold 10,000 fleeces of wool, 80,
pounds in all, to a Boston firm at 25
ts per pound. It is range wool, part
rse and part fine.
I. McHand of Weiser sold 6000
ces, about 48,000 -rounds in all, to
same -Boston firm for 25 cents per
nd. It is range wool, part coarse and
t fine *vool.
he Butterfield Livestock company
iYeiser sold one car load containing
00 pounds of early wool at 29 H
ta per pound. This wool was sold to
oston firm.
. MçHand of Weiser this week sold
îeorge Birtwistle of Arling in Long
ley, 1200 ewes at 810.50 per head
h, or 812.600.
he Van Sickltn Sheep & Land com
|y sold 5000 head of sheep to W. E»
uns of Weiser. They are two and
te year old Cotswold (fives and
lbs. The price paid was not given
r flocks owing to the scarcity of
ng and summer range. This is a re
of the lands hecoming more and
•e settled-up with homesteaders.
!r. Van. Sicklln stated the work of
tring .heir sheep at Brogan
•ted Wednesday. He said that some
he flockmasters will need to reduce
was
ID HAS CLOSE CALL
UN FIRE AT PAYETTE
lyette, April 26.—Fire which de
Md the residence owned by J. C.
re and at the time occupied by the
[. White family, at the corner of
l avenue south and Sixteenth street
t dangerously near claiming a vic
hesterday.
le members of the family were
■I stairs eating breakfast and when
[ire was discovered they rushed up
[s to the room where little Ivan wag
ling. Fire originating from a de
re flue had gained considerable
[way, and they found the room a
■ of flames^ The bed clothing was
ling, having caught from the wall
t. The room was filled with stlf
smoke and it was with no little
iulty that they carried the child
danger.
fortunately practically all the Cpn
were consumed by the flames and
louse, although not burned to the
ad, la beyond repair. The good
of the fire department saved the
ence of Peter Keim located near.
LOCA MARKETS
Wholesale Markets
pal fruit—Apples, 76c to 81.25.
Iga honey and ranch butter—
rected dally by W. J. Campbell A
k—Frash ranch eggs, per case,
I honey, per case, 82; ranch
Ir, 22He to 25c per lb,
b' and grain—Alfalfa, 8U.50®12.50
bn baled; timothy, baled, [email protected];
It, 81.25® 1.30 per cwt.; oats, 81.26
I per cwt.; seed potatoes, [email protected],
Iry produce—(Corrected daily by
I Mutual Creamery company)—
Ir fat. 28c pound. Creamery but
lubes, 28c pound; prints, 30c.
[tstock— (Corrected dally bÿ the
[.Butcher company—Cows, 84.50®
ERURBAN LINEff
r VALLEY TRACTION COM
PANY.
V« Boise for Lagle, Star, Mlddle
md Caldwell: a. m. 7:00, 8:00,
<11:00; p. m. 1:00, 1:00, 3:00,
E:SO, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00.
ye Boise for Meridian, Nampa
ïaldweU: a. m. 6:30, 7:30, 3:00,
12:00 noon: p. m. 1:80, 3:30,
*4:30, 6:00, 0:80, 8:00, 3:80, 11:00.
Meridian and McDermott only,
te to Duncan Station:
a. m. »6:2e, »7:05; p. m. 12:05.
Leave
n station to Boise: Leavs
a. m. »eus, *7.30; p. m. 13:88
:Io.
except Rut dags,
[email protected] cwt.; steers, 86®6.25; prime
hogs, $8 per cwt.; medium, 87.75 per
cwt.; heavy rough, 87.00; shearling
wethers, [email protected] per cwt.; ewes, 84.50
per cvt.; hens, . [email protected] per lb.; break
fast bacon, 18c per pound; ham, 17o
per pound; lard, tierce base, 12,94 c per
pound.
Retail Mar-seta
(Corrected daily by W. J. Campbell
& Son)—Potato"., 8202.50 per cwt.,
10 pounds for 25c; Teen peppers, 30c
lb., parsley, 5c per bunch; hothouse
radishes, 5c per bunch; cabbage, 5c per
pound; cucumbers, 20c 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, 17%c
per pound; new carrots, 10c per bunch;
new beets, 10c per bunch; new cab
bage, 5c per pound; new turnips, 10c
per bunch; asparagus, 1214c per
lb.; rhubarb, 5c per bunch; mustard
greens, 5c per bunch; wax beans. 25c
lib.; green beans, 25c lb.; new potatoes,
15c lb.; tomatoes, 20c lb.; rhubarb, 6c
bunch'; grreen onions, 2 for 6c; new
peas, 2 pounds for 25c; California cel
ery, 10c and 15c per bunch.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per
box, C5c tq 81.50.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds
for 25c; cut off bananas, 16[email protected] dozen:
pineapples, 12 He lb.; oranges, 25 to 50c
per dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen;
Florida grapefruit, 10 and 35c; new
dates, 15c package: tomatoes, 20c per
lb.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs,
20c basket.
Sugar and lard—Beet sugar, per
cwt., 87.75; cane su^ar, per cwt., 88.26;
lard, per 10-pound pail. 81.69; maple
sugar, 25c per pound.
Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
25c, 2 for 45c; creamery butter, 35c per
pound; ranch butter, 25c and 30c per
pound; honey, 15c per pound,
Roultry—Hens, 24c per lb.; spring
frys , 50c to 60p each . ducks _ 2 , c; tur _
keys, 28c; geese. 18c lb.; capons,
25c lb.
Flour—Straight graa-s, 81.6501.75
per 48-lb. sack; high patent, 81.80®2
per 48-pound sack.
Fish—Halibut, 22He per'pound; sal
mon, 28c per pound; perch, 17He
per po .nd; fresh herring, 15c per
pound; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Finnan haddie, 25p; brook trput, 60c
per lb; sal trout, 30c; rock cod, 20e;
smelts, 3 pounds for 28C; shad, 15c and
17Hc per pound.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale Under Order of
Sale on Judfimont and Decree
of Foreclosure.
In Jhe District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the State of Idaho,
In and -or the County of Ada.
Anna Noble, ag executrix of the last
win and testament of Robert Noble, de
ceased, plaintiff,
John Krall &
Company, a corporation, defendant.
Under and by' virture of an Order of
Sale Issued out oi the above named
ceurt gm a . udgment and Decree of
Foreclosure recovered in said court In
the above ent,it'..d action, on the 13th
vs.
da V of March, .916, in favor of the
above named 1 plalnt'ff and against the
;.bove named, refendants, said writ re
citing the material parts of said Judg
ment, and dpi y
of April, 1316, and to the Sheriff of
Ada Coi nty, Idaho, directed, and to me,
Emipltt Pfo*t, as such Sheriff, delivered
on th 4th day f April, 1916, for exe
cution; whereby I am command?d and
required tc execute the Judgment by
making the sale, applying the proceeds
thereof In conformity therewith In the
manner prescribed by lav.
The land önd premises directed to bé
sold by sa dt decree are situated in the
County of Ada. Stat> of Idaho, and
bounded and particularly described as
follows, to-jwit; All of Block Twenty
one of Jobm Krall's Third Addition to
Boise 1 .y,/Idaho, as the same is more
particularly described upon the plat of
said addition now on file in the office of
the County Recorder ot Ada County,
Idaho, together with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenan
anywise apfeertainins, and ths rents, is
sues and profits thereof.
hereby given that In com
pliance with said writ, that on the 6th
day of May, 1916, at the hour of 3
o'clock In (the afternoon of that day. In
front of «he County Court House in
Boise City, Ada« County. Idaho, I will
sell at public auction sale, all and sln
, lar the
so mnch
attested on the 4th day
il I
thereunto belonging or in
Notice
hove described property, or
• eof as may be suffle'ent
to raise th* amount due to the Plain
Lff for th» principal and interest and
attorney's dees, money expended under
the terms pf said mortgage, and costs
of suit, lntiereat and exjSenses of sale,
to the highest bidder therefor In e eh,
lawful monçy.
Dated the/12th day of April, 1916.
, BMMITT FFOBT,
Sheriff of Ada County, Idaho.
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WANTED.
WANTED—Accounts for collections;
write Box 187, Boise.
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LAWN WORK, spading, raking and
■ lawn mowing. Phone 22-J.
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WANTED—Lawn spray and 50 or 75
feet of good l^Be. Phone 1942 -J. an
OUT OF town Ford livery,
driver; rates reasonable.
645-W.
careful
Phone
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WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi
- tal News office. Apply at press room
In the basement.
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR SHOP—All
kinds of cars repaired, Ninth and
Grove. Hardman block.
A89
YOUR PLUMBING AND REPA1R
lng, prices right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf
AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex
perienced solicitors who can work In
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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$75.00 MONTH. Get government Jobs.
Men and women wanted. List of po
sitions obtainable free. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 60-0, Rochester.
N, Y.- Jn9c
WANTED—All horsemen to call at
11th and Front St. Feed stable and
see the grand Imported Belgian stal
lion Nlcephore, the best draft stal
lion In southern Idaho, successor to
Born la. For terms see B. M. Rosen
burg or address Box 1183, Boise, Ida
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Everybody in Boise and in the
surrounding country to get
their old awnings repaired and
new ones where needed; also
we predict a long hot summer.
Sleeping porches and tents of
all descriptions. Camp fur
niture, etc. Pioneer Tent &
Awning Co., 6th and Main Sts.
Phone 986-W.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
WANTED—Boy to shine shoès. Call
809 Bannock.
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WANTED—Boy for delivery wagon.
Address 1435 care Capital News, ml
WANTED—Boy to milk and do chores.
Phone 1351-W. Call 24th and Riden
baugh.
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FOR HIRE
GOOD saddle horses. 16th ; nd Main, tf
BOARD AND ROOM
BuARD AND ROOMS—Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
House,
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It seems to be a hopeless undertak
ing, building ujf a navy that will please
all the yellow editors.
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DOST—Cats-eye stickpin; reward. P.
B. Carter. 310 Boise City National
Bank Bldg,
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SEEDS AND GRAINS.
„FOR SALE—Seed grain, "Big Four"
oats, bluestem wheat H. O. MeMa
nimle, phone 13J1.
Uncle Sam Is now, by the logic of
events the policeman of the world—and
he has not a sufficient force to, police
half his own hemisphere. '
The New Gunset.
The New Sunset Is a beauty. The
large size gives opportunity for more
artistic Illustrations,
readers can secure a year's subscrip
tion to Sunset by paying for the Cap
ital News for one year in advance.
Order by mall or telephone. 234, and
a collector will be sent.
Capital News
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• POLITICAL CONVENTIONS
AND ELECTI0N8 IN 191«
e
• - May 18—Democratic state
9* convention at Pocatello.
• June 7—'Republican national
• convention -at Chicago.
• June 7—Progressive national
• convention at Chicago.
• June 14—Democratic national
• convention at SL Louis.
• Sept. 6—Statewide primary
• election.
• Nov. 7—Qenetal election.
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WANTED HELP—Female
WANTED—Woman for work In clean
ing establishment. Address 1416 care
Capital News.
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WOMEN wanted, full time, salary 815,
selling guaranteed hosiery to wear
er; 25c an hour spare time. Perma
nent; experience unnecessary,
tematlonal, Box 122, Norristown, Pa.
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THE Young Woman's Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408- «
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Iao.no,
will be glad to asslstany young wo
man In finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually In at
tendance. Phone 1546W.
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FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—Modern five room house.
Phone 2300 or 474.
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PARTLY furnished 7-room house, close
In, 612 Bannock.
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MODERN seven room brick house,
close in. 612 N. 13th St. A2So
FOR RENT—5 room cottage, modern
except heat, one block from capitol.
Call 404 Washington.
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FOR RENT—Furnished.
OR RENT—Suite of furnished reftms
for gentlemen. 10" 9 Hays.
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FURNISHED 3-room bungalow, sleep
ing porch; modern. Inquire 1401
N. 7th. a30
FOR RENT—Modern furnished bun
galow, 6 rooms and bath. Pleasant
locality; 1014 N. 16th St. Inquire
A27c
Phone 1591.
FOR RENT FURNISHED—Strictly
modern bungalow. Two sleeping
porches. Furnishing hftfh class and
complete, including player piano,
1014 East Jefferson. Phone 1767-W.
A30
• LIST YOUR vacant houses for •
rent with- K. G. Myers & Co., •
423 Overland Bldg.
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FOR RENT—Apartments
FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St.
FOR RENT—3 room apartment, fur
nished, clos i In, bath, gas, shade, a
snap, 812. See Messersmith at 710
Idaho. A28
FOR RENT—May 1st, ons 6-roiyn
apartment, with sleeping porches. H.
Phone
J. Roan, 1118 Pueblo St.
1869-J.
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FOR RENT.
PASTURE 82 month. Josephine E.
Gallaher, South Boise. Phone 838-J.
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FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
FOR RENT—Furnished light houee
keeping rooms, 1309 Franklin.
A27
FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms, nice
and clean 1221 Bannock, 2601-J.
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FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping; 1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
CANCER.
DR. POWELL—Cancer specialist; 1519
Washington St
• PER80NAL.
TOP prices fo. men's cast-off clothing,
Apr30c
shoes, etc. Phone 1514.
WATCH AND CLOCK HEP AIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St,
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VETERINARY H08PITAL
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
llon stable, 1812 Grove. Dr. Noble.
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8TOVE REPAIRS.
We are still héadquarters for all kinds
of stove repairs; tf we haven't what
you want we can get it. The Com
pany Store, 906-8 Idaho SL
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VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow
erful stationery "INVINCIBLE" vac
uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more,
cost less. Demonstrated. Kingsley.
Phone 1961.
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• HOTEL MANITOU. •
• Beat service and best rates In •
• the City.
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FOR SALE
WHITE MOUNTAIN ice cream freez
ers at Kimery's, 816 Idaho.
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HIGH CLASS Piano; mahogany fin
ish; at a bargain. 205 McCarty Bldg.
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FOR SALE—Furniture at reasonable
prices; 1932 State. Phone 1874-W.
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FOR SALE—Cheap; Smith-Premier
No. 4 typewriter. Pacific Hotel bar
ber shop.
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FOR SALE—Table, kitchen cabinet,
and rugs. Must be sold at once; 617
N. 9th St. * A26o
RUBBER*HOSE, cotton hose, low pres
sure hose. Prices right at Kimery's,
816 Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Cre .m separator, almost
new, No. 12 De Laval. Ross & Co.,
1824 IJjaln.
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PRICES advancing on wall paper; buy
before it goes higher. At Ktmery's,
816 Idaho St.
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NOW is the time to paint and clean up.
Everything you need at Kimery's,
816 Idaho St.
A27
SEED CORN—Selected Idaho Yellow
Dent. Five cents pound. J. H. Black,
Hubbard Farms, Kuna, Idaho.
A30
NU BONE CORSET
See Mrs. I. F. Teeters, agent for the
Nu Bone corset. Phone'*679- W, A80
FOR SALE—First class popcorn stand
doing good business. For Informa
tion call at stand, Ninth and'Main.
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FOR SALE—One set painter's swing
ing scaffold with pulleys and ropes.
Price 88.90. Pioneer Furniture com
pany.
A29
FOR SALE—Second hand Iron Irriga
tion pipe, sizes H-ln. to 4-in., any
quantity on hand; save you money.
Idaho Junk House, 61: So. 8th St.,
Boise. Phone 640.
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FOR SALE—By the Pioneer Furniture
Co., 909-911 Idaho street;
4 SECOND hand Ford wheels, 82 each.
1 8-FOOT show case, 812.
GOOD 2nd bicycle for 810; another for
Apr 30
817.60.
RHEUMATISM AND LAME BACK
suffering don't express It. Old
Scotch Liniment will relieve you at
once. Will also cure lameness and
bad sprains on a man Or on a
horse. Old Scotch Liniment Is guar
anteed to be a genuine, first-class
liniment in every respect. Sold by
Overland Drug Co.
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FARMERS ATTENTION.
• Buy your twine early. Never •
• In history has the United #
• States faced such a serious #
• twine shortage. It is not a a
• question of price. It is, Can •
• we buy twine at any price? At •
• this time all manufacturer* •
• have withdrawn prices, and •
• will not accept orders for •
• twine at any price. We are •
• fortunate, In that we placed •
• our twine order Jn January and •
• received our first car today. •
• While it lasts, Sisal and Stand- •
• ard grades 14c per pound, guar- •
• anteed 500 feet of smooth, •
• clean, to the pound. We will •
• accept cash deposits and tag •
• and lay aside your twine until •
• harvest time for you. BUY w
• NOW. •
• Boise Carriage & Implement Co. •
• 14th and Main.
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TO TRADE.
WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
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160 ACRES dry land, 8 miles Boise,
to trade for city property; unincum
bered; 1411, care Capital New*.

TO TRADE—One 5-lnch Byron Jack
son centrifugal pump, for 2Vs or 3
Inch pump; would prefer horizontal.
Box 20, R. F. D. No. 3, Boise. Mlc
FOR TRADE—7 city lots In Caldwell
Will take a good work horse or heavy
grain wagon or anything that cgn
be used on a ranch. Apply Joseph
Wood, Falk, Idaho.
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40 ACRES CLOSE IN—TRADE
I own 40 acres 4 miles from Boise; 6
room house; electric' lights; all in
hay and crop; gravel road; telephone,
etc.; will trade for good Boise resi
dence and assume. Price 3200 acre.
Box'05, Boise, Idaho.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Cheap,
Stoves and rangea; 1708 N. 7th St
Phone 2393-J.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acres near
Council. For particulars address
Box 248, Council, Idaho.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—65-foot' lot
7-room house, close In; 8500 cash,,
balance easy terms. Phone 1208-J.
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FOR SALE
IaUTO CARS
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AUTO TRUCK for 8175 cash or will
trade for hogs or a good team of
work horses. Address Box 1215,
Boise. A29c
1913 5-PASSENGER Bulck at a bar
gain; excellent running condition;
half cash and terms on balance. 206
McCarty Bldg.
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FORD ROADSTER 8255;' model 17
Bulck touring car, 8260; light deliv
ery truck, 8300; 1915 Maxwell tour
ing car, electric lights and starter,
seat covers repainted, 8495. Bannock
Motor Sales Co., distributors of Max
well and Chalmers motor cars, 1012
Grove street, between 10th and 11th
I streets.
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FOR SALE
LIVESTOCK
Horses, Cattle and
Liveatook of ovary
kind.
FOR SALE—All kinds of horsea at
Farmers' Çorrall.
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FOR SALE—6*pigs, two months old, 83
each; Phone 2447.
FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow with
heifer calf. Phone 16-R-3. » A30
FOR SALE—Three-year-old stallion.
Address George Tregaskis, Emmett,
Idaho.
''SIR RUPERT DUNE" will make the
season at F rmers' Corral. High
grade Shire Horse.
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FO$ SALE—Fine Duroo Jersey suck
ling pigs that should make 11-cent
hogs. I X L stock ranch, 5 miles
south of Beatty. P. A. Sorensen.,
Phone 10-R-l, I will deliver them.
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FOR SALE—20 extra good regis
tered Percheron stallions and mare
colts from Imported sire and dams.
Will all make a ton or over; com
ing one and two years; stallions
ready to serve; my stock Is of the
best ever Imported and my prices
are very low. Let me show them tt>
you. What have you got to trade?
P. A. Sorenson, Meridian, 5 miles
south of Beatty,
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FOR SALE
POULTRY.
■ Blooded breeding stock.
V Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators, Brooders,
Food*. General Supplies
of all kinds. _
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THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
eggs for setting; $1.00 tor 15. Phone
2166-J.
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THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock sggs
and baby chickB. Phone 2810-J. P. O.
Box 416.
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WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIXjfrom
proved heavy laying stock; May de
livery, 88 per 100i We guarantee
safe arrival. The Pioneer Hatchery,
Mine
Petaluma, Cal.
FAMOUS La V4sta strain of Bronze
Turkey eggs, 84 per 11. White Leg
horns; Chicks, 812. Eggs 87 per 160.
Safe delivery guaranteed. La Vista
Farm, Baker. Oregon.
May 2Sc
FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn:
years average 176.95 eggs per hen;
1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd. 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs,
81.50 per setting; 88.00 per hun
dred. Archie M. Larson, Rt. 3, Weis
er, Idaho.
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JAPON 18E.
THS celebrated Belgian stallion, "Jap
onet," will make 1916 season as fol
lows: Mondays and Tuesdays, Sol
Nelson ranch, 2 miles west of Me
ridian; Wednesdays, old Lemp sec
tion; Thursdays Van Varice ranch, 3
miles east of Eagle; Fridays, Satur
days and Sundays, old sprinkling
barn. South Tenth street, Boise.
Thomas Tolly, owner and manager.
Wed* San—Mlc
FOR SALE—Real Estate.
FOR SALE—15 acres near Meridian,
on car Una Box 176 Meridian, Ida.
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FOR SALE—Will taka auto, piano oi
stock as payment on E-room house,
balance monthly. Carter, McCarty
Bldg.
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FOR,SALE—Strictly modern bungalow,
| completely furnished; $600 cash, bal
ance monthly; Lucas, 216 Idaho
Bldg.
A80
FIRST CLASS 80 acres in Long valley,
Improved, at 812.50 per acre. Cash
8400, balance 8 per cent. Lucas, 215
Idaho Bldg.
A30
FOR SALE—Small house and 60 ft lot
with several outbuildings and im
provements at a genuine sacrifice.
Address Box 1 .14 Capital News.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—160-acre re
linquishment near New Plymouth;
under Black Canyon project; 80 acres
cleared ready for plow. Will trade
for small tract in Boise valley. Geo.
D. Jones, Caldwell, R. F. D. 6.
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FOR SALE—5-acre tract with good
improvements; two sets _of harness,
wagon and other things too numer
ous to mention will go with place.
This place must be sold; party going
away. Address 1417, care Capital
A29c
News.
Packenham Addition, 24th A ■ Maron,
We are going to close it out. We have
been reserving some of the best lo
cations, but they must all go now.
Pick out your choice agid name your
price. We own these lots and can
compete with anybody on terms tj
you. C. H. Packenham, 1617 North
24th St
B. O. D. M2
See Wilson-Smith.
1023 Main Street.
We want .well Improved eighty, near
macadam rpad, in exchange for Boise
Income property.
Close-In 8-room residence, splendid
corne# exceptionally low figura, very
reasonable payment down.
Well located restaurant. Snap to an
experienced man.
George W. Smith, Manager.
LOOK—Nice 50-foot corner on paved
St. and car line, 8250.
Fine Long Valley ranch at a snap;
will take good automobile on deal.
Kansas ranch to trade for Boise prop
erty.
We have bargains everywhere and
match all your trades. Leans and
Insurance.
Gem 8t*t* Realty Co
Phone 707M.
,u 338 Sonna.
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FOfI SAL!
160 acres; on#of Idaho's best; #0 acres
In cultivation; 70 acres pasture and
feeding ground; fenced and cross
fenced; 8 miles from Boise; 1H
miles from R. R. station; government
water; 845 per acre takes it; 81000
down; terms; this Is our best snap.
Can you beat It?' A sse s s ed 890(h).
8-room modern house. M-ft. corner lot;
an elegant claaey home; eoet 89000;
worth the money; will sell for $3090;
terms easy; location fine.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO,
109 No. 10th
Phone 98.
A29
FOR SALE Oh TRADE
100 acres; 25 acres alfalfa; 65 grain,
balance pasture; cheap building; no
incumbrance; deeded water with
land; "a dandy" farm for a farmer.
Would consider Boise home.
8800 buys a nice home, large lot, 95 x
138 feet; on bar line.
81076 buys a larger house, 75xl38-ft.
lot; nicely fenced; will sell on terms
to suit buyer; Just pay rent and
place Is yours; 6c fare.
See our big stock, hay and grain
ranches at low prices, long time and
low rate of interest.
THE EDWARD 8TEIN CO.,
109 No. 10th.
Phone 98.
A29

SALE OR TRADE. •
• 80 acres; private water; all In •
• cultivation; ' buildings and •
• fences In good repair; all In •
• crop now; 20 acres of apples •
• and prunes, half of which bear •
• this year; 16 miles from Boise •
• right at R. R. station. You •
• can't match It for lass than •
• 1100. Owner has other work •
• and Is bound to sell. Offer us •
• $80 per acre and It's yours on •
• easy terms. This is a home; •
• near school and ready now for •
occupancy. Phone 98 or call at •
Apr. 29 •
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