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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
Evening Capital New*
.Published every afternoon sad Sunday morning
at Boise, Idaho, by
THE CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING CO.,
LIMITED.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Daily and Sunday by Mail.
tea * 6.00
;;;
On« Year ....
tax Months ...
Throe Months
One Month ..
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Daily without Sunday by MaiL
One Year .$5 °°
tax Month» . J-S°
Three Month* i-*S
One Month .. .fo
Sunday only by Mail.
.fa.oo
. 1.50
One year .
Six Months
Weekly Capital Newt and Western Farmers'
Review, in advanc«
.l*so
One Year ....
sale at tbe fui*
Tbe Capital New» «a kept
lowing places:
Atlantic City, N- J.—Star News Co.
Eurley, Ida.— Sprague It Terhune.
Butte, Mont.—r. O. News Stand; Keefe Brus.,
Proprietors.
Birmingham, Ala. — Delaye's Newt Agency.
Boston, Mass. — hagle News Co.
Cincinnati, O.—Louis Peterson, Fifth and V toe
Streeta.
Caldwell, Ida.—Keith Miller.
Ave.; Saratoga News Stand. M „
Cleveland, O.—The Lake Shore News Co.,
Prospect Ave.
^ Minn.—World Newa Co.
Denver, Colo. —Dvicren & Bush.
Detroit, Mich.-*-Metropolitau Newt Co., office
a y La Fayette Ave.
Dalks, Tex.—Imperial News Agency.
LI Paso, lex.— C. W. Williams,
hmmett, Idaho— S. J. Rees.
Fort Worth, Tex.—Robert Bloomberg;
Bros. News Co.
Coodtng, Idaho— C. J. Shafer.
Great Palls, Mont.—World Newa Co.
Hailey, Idaho - J. W. Fuld, P. O. News Stand.
Honolulu, Hawaii — Home News Agency.
Idaho Falla, Idaho—Buffhara A Co., Central
Urug More.
uianapctis, lml.— Venu. Newa Co., Cor. Illi
nois and Market Sts., Inland New» Agency.
Ku.ß liill, Idaho—Lewis J. Morrison, P. Ö.
Kansas City, Mo.— Yuma News Co., 818 Wall
i jos Dearborn
18.23
Duluth«
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• fct;
The
rcua.
Lo* Angeles, Cal.—Kemu Newa Agency;
News bliop, Fifth and Broadway, M. Ma
Meridian, ldah •- J. C. Mclntoah.
Montpelier, ldaht>—J. J. Myer.
Al.-CaU, 1'ialt — li. L. Nuttinf,
Minneapolis, Minn.— Kemp & Kohen New* Co.;
World News Co.
Mew Haven, Conn.- Laglc Newa Co.
Idaho—Halley 'Vilaon; H. L. Nichola
Nampa,
a to.
New York, N. Y.—hinkoft & Co., aao Broad
way.
Ontario, Ore.— C. L. Fieer
ADVERTISING repklslntatives
klyn l*. AlcuriL
jiW. 34 th St.. New York.
Frank W. Henkel»
People a Gas Building, Chicago.
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POSTAGE ON DKÜF LETTERS IS TWO
CENTS—At ah postoffice« »here there are
city carrier» two cents postage i» required on
Mi answers tu ad»., whether
or outside, going through the
a'l letter»,
mailed in B
postoffice »hoaid have a two cent «tamp at
tached—one cent in not sufficient.
ATTORNEYS.
c. S. HUNTER. 527-8, Idaho Bldg.
tf
G BORGE h. RUST, 366 Sonna Bldg, tf
C ... Lingenfelter, 801-3 Idaho Bldg, tf
J. BOGART, Attorney, Overland blk. tf
CLINTON H. HARTSON, Empire Bldg.
B. F. NEAL, 615 Empire. Phono 187. tf
ELLIOTT & HEALY, Empire BLDG.
J. F. COLVIN, 4-6 Berino Bldg.
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I), l. YOUNG, 616 Empire. Phone 187.
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HARRY S. KESSLER, 619-21 Empire.
:
HODGIN, 603-4-5,
UPPENHEIM &
Idaho Bldg.
tf
J. R. GOOD, Attorney, room 802, Sonna
Bldg. Phone 31»-W.
RICHARDS & HAGA. Lawyers, fifth
floor, Idaho Bldg«
tf
tf
E. M'ELROY, Attorney, cuRe
HUG'
609, Empire Bldg.
tf
C. E. WINSTEAD, 817 Idaho Bldg, tf
WM c. DUNBAR, 321 Idaho Bldg, tf
LUCAS & M'ADAMS, 215 Idaho Bldg.
tr
CLAUDE W. GIBSON, Law and Land
Practice, *th floor Empire Bldg.
tr
BARBER & LAVIDSON, Lawyers. 823
327 Idaho Bldg.
tf
WYMAN A WYMAN, Attorneys, 206
20f Boise City National Bank Bldg, tf
MARTIN A MARTIN. Attorneys-at
law, room 608-4-6 Idaho Bldg.
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8 . T. SCHREIBER, mining and cor
poration law. 41» Idaho Bldg.
tf
K. L PERKY, GENERAL LAW PRAC
tice, rooms 304-308 McCarty Bldg.
Phone 160
tf
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
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ADA COUNTY ABBTRACT COM
pany, Yates bldg. C. B. Coxe, Mgr. t',
ACCOUNTANTS.
BOISE AUDIT CO., C. VAN DEUSEN,
Box 1143; expert accountant; scien
tific systemizer. Phones 230 and
1747-J.
tf
ARCHITECTS.
^"itourtellotte & hummel, ar
chitects, office on second floor Over
land Bldg.
tf
AUTO DEALERS.
EIGHT CYLINDER.
NELSON ALTO ÖALEÖ CO., 9th and
Grove. Phone 35, or Res., 1871.
tf
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
WESTERN IGNITION AND BAT
TERY CO., 119-121 S. 11th; Phone
^a4-J. _
AUTO TOPS.
Only t: st-claes auto top maker in
Idaho. R. Atkins, Ï27 S. 11th.
tf
AUTOMOBILE PAINTING.
W. A. DASON CO- 1125 Idaho St.
tf
AUTO LIVERY
OUT-OF-TOWN trips, careful driver;
1406 Main. Phone 1394.
tf
OUT OP' town Ford livery,
driver; rates reasonable.
645-W.
careful
Phone
tf
ABSTRACTS.
BOISE TITLE A TRUST CO., Idaho
Bldg. Phone 474,
tf
ASSAYERS.
BOISE CHEMICAL INSTITUTE, AS
sayers and chemists. A. G. Van Eman
manager, 907 Idaho St., Phone 394. tf
BOISE LABORATORIES CO., C. W.
Harklnson, assayer and chemist, 227
S. 10 th St.
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BARB.ER SHOP.
HURRY BACK, 120 N. 7th. Hair cut.
25c.
tf
BOOT REPAIRING.
BOISE SHOE HOSPITAL, 307 N. 8 th.
tf
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
COMPETENT stenographers, book
keepers, cashiers, experienced or In
experienced furnished on short notice
Link's Business College, 1015 Idaho
St. Phone 1065-J.
tf
CONTRACTORS.
house moving and cement
work. I. K. Hawk; Phone 2467-W. tf
CHINESE PHYSICIANS.
DR. G. LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR,
707 Idaho Street.
tf
DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac
tice in Boise, 216 S. 9th Street.
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DR. CHIN MAN SUI, Chinese physi
cian; treats all kind* ef chronic dis
eases. Office 711 Idaho street.
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DR. WING LEE TONG CO, treats with
Chinese herbs, roots and medicine.
Careful treatment assured the affilct
ed. Office 612 Idaho street.
tf
CLEANERS'AND PYERS.
ABE MARTIN, Cleaning Works, Pho.
90 L. M. Rooche, Mgr, 1914 N. 11th.
tf
ECONOMY DYE WORKS, STEAM
cleaning and dying. French dry clean
ing; 411 N. 10th SL; Phone 2020. tf
CITY DYE WORKS—Cleaners of fancy
gowns, gents' suits dry or steam
cleaned. Branch ofüce, P. 44. Works
1396.
tf
CALL the Pantorlum for garment
cleaning, pressing, altering or repair
ing. Phone 1026. Office, 611 Main;
Branch, Owyhee Bldg.
tf
CLEANING
We clean everything. Sanitix Cleaning
Co. Men's special club rate—4 suits
cleaned, pressed, 12 shoes shine, 12
per month. Phone 82».
tf
Contractors and Builders.
,
FLOYD AND FISHER.
Childrens furniture made. 1*1« Idaho.
tf
CHIROPRACTORS.
A. IS. USD, II. C, «24 Overland Bldg!
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MISS McCOBB, D. C„ 418 Idaho Bld g, tf
C. G. BURT, D. C.. 3-4 Hojel
tel^Brand.
tf
COLLECTIONS.
Western Reporting & Credit Co., 403
404 McCarty Bldg. Photic 523.
tf
CHIROPODIST.
C. G. BURT, D. S. C„ 3-4 Hc)tel Brand, tf
DANCING
EDWARD L. McCarthy, teacher of
dancing. Odd Fellowe' Bldg, 1618-J.
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DENTIST.
DR. DRESSER, 592 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG.
DR. COLVER, 401 Idaho
Ph. 720. If
Bldg. Ph. 251.
DR. SHELTON. Y ate*
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Dr. Carrie L. Bert' ' 1 mm, 403 Idaho
Bldg.
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DR. VALKER, ROOM 380 YATES Bldg
Gas given. Phone 2618.
DETECTIVE AGENCY.
INTERMOUNTAIN DETECTIVE
Agency. Prompt, reliable, confiden
tial. Secret service in all its branches.
Investigations and collections
through our agency in any part of
the world. Phone 184S-J. Address
P. O. Box 008, Boise, Idaho.
made
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EYE, EAR AND T HROAT.
DR. ED E. MAXEY, GCCULIST AND
Aurist, 204-1 Idaho Building.
tf
DR. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE
and throat. 618-26 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. BRANDT
Throat; 207-» Overland Building.
EAR, NOSE AND
DR. R. L. NOURSE—Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 406-7 Overland Bldg.
DR. C. R. HUDGEL—Practice limited
to the eye; * 10 - 10)4 Overland
Bldg.
FLORISTS.
BAYHOUSL FLORAL CO.,
Boise,
floral designs, cut flowers, plants.
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BOISE FLORAL CO., Ill N. 8 th St.;
choice cut flowers, flo^l designs, tf
GROCER
KNIGHTS' GROCERY.
615 Main street; open all night; deli
catessen goods and imported cheese
of all kinds.
tf
HARNESS MAKER.
BLOCK'S HARNESS BljOP and sad
dlery, 108 N. 11th Phoije 2488-W. tf
HAIR SWITCHES.
Until May 1, 1 will make switches from
ctmbingn at half price. Address
Margaret Jordan, 1824 N. 2Cth St,
Boise, IdahV Phone 1^17W.
tf
HOTEL
HOTEL MANITOU.
• Best service and best rates in •
M26 •
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• the City.
J. G. BURNS. Phone 1208-W.
HOME PORT
ITS.
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INSURANCE,
SEE P. M. DAVIS for general Insur
ance. Your patronage is solicited.
Overland Ballding.
tf
LAND ATTORNEY.
A. B. EATON. Scrip, «
Idaho Bids.
tf
ite
IRING.
JEWELRY RE
A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and
jewel er, at 70» Main.
JOB PRINTING,
tf
JOB PRINTING—BES
plant In the state for
printing. Legal blan
Capital Nswa Publishing Co, 717
Idaho Street
EQUIPPED
kinds of job
a specialty.
MILLINERY
_______
Call aBd inspect our
j M. White Co, 802 1
of hate. P.
tf
LUMBER YARDS
W. H. RIDENBAUGH, DEALER IN
native lumber, Oregon shingles, also
floorings, doors, windows, mouldings, i
and building material. Main and 4 th
Sts. Phone 958.
tf
MAPS.
MAPS. BLUE PRINTS, 60s Overland
Bldg.
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MEAT MARKETS
I
FOR SALE
Fresh beef, pork,
mutton, poultry etc.
cured meate of all
kinds. Baited and
smoked fish.
Farmer:" MarkuL 1221 Mala. Ph. 1401.
tf
Harvey'g, 724 Main. The commissary
Market. Phone 21 ■ Tr- delivery, tf
MATTRESS REPAIRING
MATTRESSES MADE TO ORDER
and repaired. Joslin-Garver Bed- j
ding Co.. 1514-161* Main St.; Phone
693-W.
tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
tf
CHILDS & CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg.
ROBERT VAN G1LSE, 1225 Main. tf
W. SCOTT NEAL, Farm Loan Man.
tf
McReynolds & Whitson, 520 Ida. Bldg.
«
THE NEWHOUSE 1 NV. CO., Sonna
tf
Reasonable
ON chattels or salary,
rates. 403 McCarty Bldg., Box 187. tf
PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON
farm security. H. E. McElroy, Em
pire Bldg.
tf
810,000 or any part to loan at S per
cent Interest. Phone 654, room 504
Idaho Bldg.
Ml
MONEY TO LOAN—On raal estate,'
chattels, any and all kinds of se -1
curlty. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
tf
FARM AND CITY LOANS.
Headquarters for farm and city loans,
any size. No delay. Courteous treat -
ment. New location, 209 North Eighth
St. Bruce & Fuld Loan & Trust Co.
tf
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• WE BUY notes an-i mortgager
• H. G, Myers & Co., 423 Over- •
• land Bldg.
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HEADQUARTERS FOR
MORTGAGE LOANS
SOUTH t BN IDAHO
fc ASTERN OREGON
Ira E. High a Company
FS BU'lDlNG BOISE
WE ARE prepared to make or purchase
conservative loans on Id*ho or Ore
gon Improved farms; 8 per cent. No
commissions. Quick service. Deal
direct and save money. Idaho State
Life. Empire Blk., Boise.
Myl
MOTORCYCLES-BICYCLES
HENRY W. BAKER, Fox, Hartford
and Fox Bicycles. 118 S. U St. tt
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D. M. FLEMING. OPTOMETRIST^
Room 1*. Gem Bldg. tf
OPTOMETRIST.
BOISE OPTICAL Co.
1008 Main St.
Dr. E. S. Owen,
Optometrist
We put the E- E's in
eyes.
Phone 24«*.
OSTEOPATHS
DR. CARRIE FREEMAN. IDA. BLDO.
PR. H. P, MORRIS »04 SONN A BLK tt
DR. MAXWELL. LADY OSTEOPATH.
104 Idaho Bid, Ph. 1878. Res. 1761. tf
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DR. HANDY. O. S, «22 State Ph. 396
DR. WALTER 8 . KINGSBURY. 228
Idaho Bldg. Phone 837. u
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DR. S. R. RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath.
Rooms 401-11 Empire Bldg.
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LADIES' TAILORING.
WANDER BROS. 218 Overland bldg, tf
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MRS. K. FOREST, 422 IDAHO BLDO. '
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MONUMENTS
T. F FKLTNER. 1615 Mnin St.
tf
OPTICIANS.
Globa Optical Co.
Ryes examined. Fac
tory on the premia#.
»08 Main SL
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PIANO TUNING
C. E. ROBISON, wile Plano Houte. tf
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
EMMA WILKINSON, 2U Mahn Bldg.
Phone 460.
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DUNLLAP. 308 Overland
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
DR. HOLVERSON, 317 Empire Bldg.;
General practice; specialties. Ob
stetrics (ccaSnetnente) Homeopathy.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
STAMPER—Cor. 9th & Idaho.
Phone
688 .
tf
PLUMBING & HEATING
ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO.,
Ltd., Adelman Bros., managers;
modern plumbing, beating and sheet
metal woiT 822 Idaho SL Phone 16*.
tt
PAPER HANGING
SIGN and house painting and kalao
mininx. Polter, 610 Main, phone
1094-W.
tf
RENTALS.
TATE INSURANCE AGCY., 222 Sonna
block.
tf
SHOE REPAIRING.
RIEBE AND COOPER
729 Main and 822 Idaho Sts.
tf
Cup!
FAPSBF.NDER S Shoe Shop.
tnl News Bldg. _
SHEET METAL WORK.
FUIJNACE work and auto radiator re- ;
pairing a specialty. Oenereux h
Butler. 112 S. 8 th. Phone 874-W. tf
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SOCIETIES.
BOISE LODGE NO. 3, A. F.
6 A. M-, meets every Tues
day evening In Masonic ball.
Visitors welcome. Charles O.
Nelson. Secretary.
tf
ORIENTAL LODGE NO. 60,
A. F. Sc A. M., regular meet
ings every Friday. Masonic
hall.
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Sojourners welcome.
Perry C. Marshall, Secretary.
BOISE LODGE NO. 77, L O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday night at Odd
Fellows Hall, 13th und Eastman. All
Odd Fellows welcome. J. M. Hollister,
tf j
Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the
flrst and thlrd Tuesdays of each
month at old St. John's hall, 8 th and
Fort Sts. Visiting Knights are ln
vlted to attend. Frits Hummel,
Grand Knight; .rank F. Church,
financial secretary.
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TYPEWRITERS.
RENT A REMINGTON—Get perfect j
results; visibles 83 for one month; i
87.60 for 3 months. Others at lower •
Rental payments apply >m !
Remington Typewriter
ate».
purchase.
Co, 256-7, Sonna Bldg, Boise Phone
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SECOND HAND STORE.
COOK STOVES anfi ranges at Her
* Nlck,w - 1011 ldaho ' Phon ®
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WE buy second hand furniture. Plo
neer Furniture Company, »09 Idaho
Street. Phone 285.
WE pay the best prices for second
hand furniture ant. we will exchange
your odd pieces for new. Jenkins
Furniture Co. Phone 55».
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TAXIDERMIST.
tf
R. W. Limbert & Co, 123 So. 11.
tf
VIOLIN MAKER.
Robert Ballot at Sampson Music Co, tf
Well Drilling and Digging.
ASHLEi* & NKEI.EY, Ph. 137 or 9R1.
WIGS AND TOUPEES
VAL MATTHEUS. 1004 H Main St.
The Great Dot Mystery
Tommy and his Cousin Alice decided that it would be great fun to cool
their dinner in the wood cutter's shanty and Aunt Belle fixed them up a greJ
basket of food, and after telling them to be very careful of the matches, the]
started off. But when they came to the little place there were a lot of ma
there, so they couldn't go in.
"Now, we haven't any place to cook our dinner," walled Tommy.
But his Cousin Alice told him to cheer up. they might find something. An]
when they came to a little bluff leading down to the stream they found thd
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with dot No. 1 and taking them in numerical order. Then cut out and pai
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have "The Dot Farm" story complots in permanent book form.
DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE
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STUCK IN TftE MUD.
Gee! What a mess you've gotten in,
Steen miles from nowhere, too;
You hardly thought your little spin
Would end In such a stew.
Find a helper.
Cheer up, a chap nearby we see
Who rugged looks and stout.
Go. try him with a generous fee.
Perhaps he'll help you out.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
Upper left comer down—in front of GadekL
ECZEMA CURED OR MONEY RE
FUNDED.
This guarantee goes with every boj
of Dr. Hobsons Eczema Olntmen]
Makes no difference whether its j
baby, child or aged. No matter how lonl
standing the case the guarantee hold)
good. Cut out ttjls strip, go to you]
druggist, get a box of Dr. Hobson'
Ecaema Ointment, uae It as directe]
and If you arc not fully satisfied, till
druggist or maker will refund you]
money. Try :t Just once, you will
happily surprised.
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