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By "HOP
SCOOP, the Cub Reporter
Oh, Such a Spring Fever!
Copyright ISIS by the International Syndicat*
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ADVANCES IN THE
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PRICE OE CRAINS!
IWheat Market Shows Some
■ Strength Because of
the Weather.
Chicago, May 1.—Wheat ran up rap
Idly In value today, Influenced chiefly
by wet weather In the northwest mak
ing certain the further decrease In the
extent of the spring crop seeding,
dpehlng quotations, which were % cent
off to Tj, cent up, with May 1.1414 to
3.16% and July 1.15% to 1.17, were fol
lowed by a range that averaged only a
little under the initial top level.
The close was firm. 1%@1% net I
higher. Closing prices:
Wheat—May. 1.16%; July, 1*17%.
Corn—May, 77%; July, 77*
Oats—May, 46%; July 43%.
Pork—May. 24.00; July, 23.80.
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Portland Wheat.
Portland, May 1.—Wheat dull, no
trading, opening bids unchanged. Blue
Stem, 1.03; forty-fold, 92; club, 91; led
Fife, 91; red Russian, 90.
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis, May . 1.—May wheat i
closed today at 1.16%; July closed
1.17%.
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LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
(Capital News Special Service.)
Chicago, May 1.—Hogs—Market slow;
and 6 to 10 lower than Saturday's !
average. Bulk, [email protected]; light, 9.50®
10; mixed, 9.604(10; heavy, [email protected]; !
rough, [email protected] I
Cattle—Market strong to 10 higher. '
Steers, native, [email protected]; western, 7.90 t
@8.70; cows and Heifers, 4.10®9.30; j
stockers and feeders, [email protected]; calves,
[email protected] '
Sheep—Market 10 to 20 higher. Weth- j
•rs. 6.90#9.30; lambs, [email protected],
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May 1.—Hogs—Re
South Omaha.
(Capital Nows Special Service.)
South Omaha,
celpts 10,500. Market big, 10 lower;
closed at low time. Bulk, [email protected]; top, j
9.76; range, [email protected]; mixpd and
(butchers', [email protected])9.70; good to choice j
iheavy, [email protected]; rough heavy. 9.50®
9.65; lights. [email protected],65; pigs, [email protected] i
Cattle—Receipts 3600. Market steady.
Native steers, [email protected]; cotfs and heifers, |
[email protected]; western
Texas steers, [email protected];
feeders. 6.50 @8.65.
Sheep—Receipts 8500. Market [email protected]
higher. Wethers, 8.100(9.20;
[email protected]
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steers. [email protected];
Stockers and .
lnmhs
North Portland. !
(Capital News Special Service.)
North Portland, May l.-Steers-Re
celpts 466. < holce grain and pulp fed,
8,75 ? 9 a V* C , h -° ICe n uy !
good, [email protected]'8.3a; medium, [email protected]; ordi
nary, [email protected] 60: common J® 7 - 60 *
cows, choice 7.50® ..8o; good, 6.75®7 *5, |
medium, [email protected]; ordmary, [email protected];
common, 4.754(6: heifern, choice. [email protected]
7.75; good, [email protected]; other varieties, [email protected]; !
bulls, choice, [email protected]: good, [email protected]; j
medium, [email protected]; .common,
calves, 6.50® 7.50.
Hogs—Receipts 4334. Prime light, 9® j
9.20; prime strong weight, [email protected]; good j
to prime rnixoM. [email protected]; rough heavy ;
packing, 8® 8.55; pigs and skips, 7.60®
[email protected] 3; j
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Choice year
Sheep—Receipts 3
lings, [email protected]: good yearlings, 8.2'[email protected]
8.75; choice wethers, [email protected]; good
wethers. 8(7(8.26» choice ewes, 7.25®
8.25; good owes, [email protected]: spring lambs,
[email protected]; choice lamfis, [email protected]; common
Jambs, [email protected]
LOCA MARKETS
Wholesale Market*.
P Local fruit—Apples. 75c to 31.25.
Eggs, honey and ranch . butter—
(Corrected dally by W. J. Campbell A
Bon.)—Freeh ranch < ggs, per case,
15,70; honey, per case, $2; ranch
butter, 22 %c to 25c per lb.
Ha; and grain—Alfalfa. [email protected]
per ton baled; timothy, baled, [email protected];
wheat, [email protected] per cwt.; oats, $1.25
91.30 per cwt.; seed potatoes, [email protected]
Dairy produce—(Corrected dally by
the Mutual Creamery company)—
Butter 'fax 28c pound. Creamery but
ter. cubes, 28c pound; prints, 30c.
Livestock—(Corrected dally by the
Boise Butcher company—Cows, $4.50®
|[email protected] cwX; steers, [email protected]: prime
hogs, $8 per cwt;. medium, $7.75 per
WANTED.
$75.00 MONTH Get government jobs.
Men and women wanted. Xist of po
Franklin
Rochester,
Jn9c
sltions obtainable free.
Institute, Dept. 60-0,
N. Y.
WANTED—To sell, restaurant, good
location, near O. S. L. depot. Rea
son for selling poor health. For pur
.oculars write Booster Cate, Dubois.
Idaho.
315c
WANTED—Old bills, notes, no matter
where debtors are our plan gets the
money. Write for booklet, refer
ence. No collection, no charge.
Box 853, Boise.
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WANTED TO BUY Second hand low
pitch band instruments of all kinds
Including bass hnri mes, tenors, al
tos, omets, bass drum, clarinets.
Will pay cash. Address at onfe
Roise P. O. Box 1177.
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WANTED
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Everybody in Boise and in the
surro'undlng country to
their old awnings repaired and •
new ones where needed; also • !
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we predict a long hot summer. •
Sleeping porches and tents of*--*
Camp fur
all descriptions,
niture, etc. Pioneer Tent & •
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Awning Co.. 6th and Main Sts. •
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Phone 986-W.
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heavy rough, $7.00; '•shearling
wethers, $6 @ 6.60 per cwt.; ewes, $4.60
per cwt.; hens, -®12c per lb.; break
fast bacon, 18c per pound: ham, 17c
{per pound; lard, tierce base, 12%c per
pound.
Retail Marsels.
(Corrected dally 'y W J. Campbell
& Son)—Potato- , [email protected] per cwt.,
110 pounds for 25c; -reen peppe-s, 30c
lb., parsley, oc per bunch: hothouse
radishes, 5c per bunch; cabbage, 5c per
pound; cucumhers, 20c each; hot
house lettuce, 20c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3
low ?5c; Brussels sprouts, 15c lb.; arti
chokes, 10c; garlic, 55c lb.; Mexi
jean i uppers, 35c lb.; cauliflower, 17%c
per pound; new carrots, 13c per bunch;
new beets, 10c per bunch; new cab
bage, 5c per pound; new turnips, 10c
.per bunch; asparagus,
lb.; rhubarb. 5c per bunch; mustard
treens, 5c per bunch; wax beans. 25c
15
per
lb -l «teen beans, 25c lb.; new potatoes,
l-* c lb.; tomatoes, 20c lb.; rhubarb, 5c j
launch; green onions. 2 for 5c; new I
l' eas - 2 Pounds for 25c; California cel
Iery, 10c and 15c per bunch.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 26c; per
;box - C,,c to
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 8 pounds
jfor»25c; cut off bananas. [email protected] dozen;
pineapples, 12%c lb.; oranges. 25 to 50c
ner dozen; lemons, 30c per dozen;
Florida grapefruit. 10 and 15c; new
dates. 15c package; tomatoes, 20c per
Lib.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs,
20c basket.
« u ^,. anfl lard-Beet sugar per
& ^ ,8, ^ :
, , PalU U - 5#; mapI#
Kgss , butter and honey _ Ranch egg8 .
2ic - 2 fur 45c; creamery butter, 36c per
J)uUml , mnch butter , 25c and 30c
(pound; honey, 15c per pound. >
p oultry _ H e„ s , 24c per lb.; spring
frys _ 50c to 6rtr each; duck „ tur _
keyg _ 28c; , eeSfli l 8c . lb.; capons,
25c Jb.
mon, 28e
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Flour—Straight grades, [email protected]
per tg.ib. sack; high patent [email protected]
per 48-pound sack.
Fish—Halibut, 22%c per pound; sal
pec pound; perch, 17%c
fresh herring, 15c per
pound; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Finnan haddie, 25c; brook trout, 60c
per lb; sal trout, 30c; rock cod, 20c;
smelts, 3 pounds for 25c; shad, 15o and
17 %c per pound.
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• Ag*.
(From Judge.)
■'A man is as old as he feels," quoted
the Parlor Philosopher.
"And a woman Is as old
photograph taken about 15 years ago,"
added the Mere Man.
as her
A Real Drawing Room)
(From Judge.) ,
"She's a great favorite In drawing
rooms."
"Why, I heard she was a popular
modelt"
"She isl"
During every 24 ïlours a total of 679
trains arrive at or depart from the
South Station in Boston.
Of the total Inhabitants of the Ger
man empire, 46 per cent live in the
rural districts and 54 per cent In the
towns.
WANTED.
WANTED—To buy a few young lambs.
Phono 15-R3.
316c
WANTED—Accounts for collections;
write Box 187, Boise.
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LAWN WORK, spading, rak*ng and
lawn mowing. Phone 22-J:
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WAITED— Plain or fancy sewing. Mrs.
Alma C. Henkel, 1305 E. Jefferson.
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Phone 1037.
WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi
tal News office. Apply at press room
In the basement.
YOUR PLUMBING AND REPA1R
ing, prices right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf
AN ATTRACTIVE proposition to- ex
perlehced solicitors who oai. s work in
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
Call
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WANTED—Boy to shine shoes.
809 Bannock.
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WANTED—Eoy for delivery wagon.
Address 1415 care Capital News, ml
WANTED HELP—Female
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WANTED—Woman for Work in clean
ing establishment. Address 1416 care
Capital News
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WOMEN wanted, full time, salary $16,
selling guaranteed hosiery to wear
er; 25c ;#n hour spare time. Perma
nent; experience unnecessary,
ternatlonal, Box 122, Norristown, Pa.
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In
THE Youn,; Woman's Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 40" a
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and latino,
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—Furnished.
FOR RENT—Two furnished
1720 N. 16th St.
houses,
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FOR RENT—Four-room furnished cot
tage. Phone 63-J4.
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FURNISHED 3-room bungalow, sleep
ing porch; modern. Inquire 1401
N. 7th.
al ■
furnished
DANDY modern 4-room
house. Inquire 403 O'Farrell or Phone
2S2-J. tf
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• xIST YOUR vacant houses for •

rent with H. G. Myers & Co., •
4?3 Overland Bldg. May ?
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Housekeeping,
FOR RENT—Housekeeping rooms, nice
and clean. 1221 Bannock, 2601-J.
FOR RENT
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FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping; 1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
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FOR RENT.
PASTURE $2 month.
Gallaher, South Boise.
Josephine E.
Phone 838-J.
M18
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—8 room modern house.
Phone 331.
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FOR RENT—Modern five room house.
Phone 2300 or 474.
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PARTI.Y furnished 7-room hoUBe, close
M18
In, 612 Bannock.
FOR RENT—5 room modern house on
Ellis avenue. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
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FOR RENT—6 room cottage, modern
except heat, one block from capitol.
Call 404 Washington.
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FOR-RENT—Six room bungalow, close
In, $25; 1 fireplace, bookcases, seats,
buffet, furnace. Claude Myers, 807
Bannock.
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FOR RENT—Apartments
FURNISHED apartments for housa
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort SX
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FOR RENT—6-rooin desirable apart
ment, beat and hut water furnished.
Phone S14-J or 2184-W.
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FOR RENT—3-room modern apart
ment with sleeping porch; close In.
Call 104 So. 17th. Phone 2238-J. M2
FOR RENT—May 1st, one 6-room
apartment, with sleeping porches. H.
Phone
J. Roan, 1118 Pueblo SX
1869-J.
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LOST
XOST—Cats-eye stickpin; reward. P.
B. Carter, 3i0 Boise City National
Bank Bldg.
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XOST—Black leather wallet containing
receipts and gentleman's gold ring.
Reward. Call 1640-R.
A30c
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FOR SALE
LI V ESTOCK I
n Horses, Cattle and
I Livestock of ovary
kind.
FOR SALE—All kinds of horses at
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Farmers' Corrail.
FOR SA BE—Fresh Jersey cow with
heifer calf. Phond 16-R-3.
A30
FOR SALE—-Three-year-old stallion.
Address George Tregaskls. Emmett,
Idaho. M8 c
FOR SALE—Holstein cow, % Jersey,
will be fresh soon. W. W| Eby.
Phone 45-J3.
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"SIR RUPERT DUNE" will make the
season at F rmers' Corral. High
grade Shire Horse.
316
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HORSEMEN call at Eleventh and
Front Street Feed stable and see
the grand Imported Belgian stal
lion Nlcephoro, the best draft stal
lion in southern Idaho, successor to
Fornia. For terms see B. M. Rosen
burg or address Box 1183, Boise, Ida
ho.
FOR SALS]—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 tljcm toe
you. What have you got to trade?
P. A. Sorenson, Meridian, 5 miles
south of Beatty.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
CANCER.
DR. POWELL—Cancer specialist; 1519
Washington St.
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AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING
All kinds of cars repaired, Ninth and
Grove, Hardman block. '/
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AND CLOCK REPAIRING:
prices right; ail work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St.
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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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VACUUM CLEANING
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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NOTICE FRUITMENÏ
HOW are you fixed to take care of the
codling moth? Only a few days until
the first battle opens, you will have
from 5 to 10 days to get your work
in for the first hatch, weather per-'
mltting. If we have 'some rain dur
ing this period It will he shortened. 1
have one of the best gasoline spray
ing outfits in Idaho, swinging tow
ers enabling me to strike the tree
from every angle; can carry 300
pound pressure, spray 1000 trees per
day, know how and when to do the
■ work. Can save you thousands of
dollars' worth of valuable fruit if
you will engage me at th> time to
strike the vital spot Just before the;-
calyx closes. Call me whether your
*F* e , or 8- R- Castile.
13th and River Sts. Phone. 2322-R.
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FOR HIRE
GOOD saddle horses. 16th r nd Main, tf
INTERURBAN LINES
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM.
PANY.
Leave Bolee for Lagle, Star, Middle
ton and paid well: a. m. 7:00, S:00,
9:30. 11:00; p. m. 1:00, 2:00. 3:00,
4:00, 5:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00.
Leave Boise for M'eridian, Nampa
and Caldwell: a. m. 6:30, 7:30, 9:00.
10:30, 12:00 noon: p. m. 1:3C, tfto,
8:10, *4:30, 5:00, 6:30, $:00. 9:30, 11:00.
*To Meridian and McDermott only.
Boise to Duncan Station:
Boise, a. m. *6:16, *7:05; p. m. 12:05,
5:05, 6:05.
Duncan Station to Boise: z,eav*
Duncan, a. m. *6:45, *7.30; p. m. 12:3«
6:30, 6:30.
•Dally «xcept Sur day*.
Leave
FOR SALE
Comfort range at Xovely's, j
HOa. 11
312
$22.50; 14th and Main.
FOR SAXE—Two horses, spray pump,
cider press; 457 Yates Bldg,
KEGS and barrels for sale. Idaho
Products Co., Ill N. Sixth St. M30
HIGH CLASS Plano; mahogany fln
I ish; at a bargain. 205 McCarty Bldg.
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FOR SALE—Furniture at reasonable
prices; 1932 State. Phone 1874-W.
311
BUY yovr wall tint In bulk and save
money at Kimery's, 816 Idaho St.
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FOR
Smith-Premier
Pacific Hotel bar
SALE—Cheup;
No. 4 typewriter,
her shop.
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; bUY your aluminum ware, granite, tin
and galvanised at Kimery's, 816 Ida
ho St.
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I for SALE—Netted Gem seed pota
Distributors' association, 106
toes.
N. 10th SX .
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FOR SALE—Cre ir. separator, almost
new, No. 12 De Laval. Ross & Co.,
Main
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, FOR SALE—Small Are Insurance busi
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Address 1423
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ness. Easy terms.
Capital News.
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; FOR SALE—First class-popcorn stand
doing good business. For informa
tion call at stand, Ninth and Main.
NOTWITHSTANDING the fact that
I wall paper 1 b going higher eaoh day,
j care of all your wants,
816 Idaho St.
311
we have a large stock and can take
Kimery's,
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FOR SALE—Two new 600
gallon Studebaker water
wagons; cheap and ready
for delivery. Ed Ostner,
Boise.

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FOR SALE. •
Uy Boise Ice Co., natural ice •
which has been anallzed by •
state chemists and pronounc- •
ed pure. Delivered to families •
600-lb. •
$1.80. Cash in •
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at 40c per hundred,
coupon books,
advance. Phone 173.
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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
question of price. It is, Can
we buy twine at any price? At
this time all manufacturers
have withdrawn prices, and
will not accept orders for
twine at any price. We are
fortunate, in that we placed
our twine order in 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
NOW.
Boise Carriage A Implement Co.
14th and Main.
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to trade'f^rT
! drl] , at 1606 Maln st .

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TO TRADE.
See
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WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
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A LIGHT roadster automobile to trade
for Vlctorola. Inquire F. Shaw, 1012
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Grove St.
160 ACRES dry land. 8 miles Boise,
to trade for city property; unincum
bered; 1411, care Capital News,
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TO TRADE—One 5-inch Byron Jack
son centrifugal pump, for 2% or 3
lnch pump; would prefer horizontal.
Box 20, R. F. D. No. 3, Boise. Mlc
DAIRY HERD AND LEASE ON
RANCH—TRADE
Lease on 160 acres with 50 head dairy
stack; all equipment; milking ma
chine, grinder, horses, 65 sheep, hogs,
etc.; income $10 per day; all crops,
etc.; wunt 20 or 40 acres for the
above. McClellan-Hoobler Land Co.,
Room 3,' Gem Bldg.
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FOR SALE—Real Estate.
FOR SAXE—Four room house with
large screen porch, lawn, shade,
garden and outbuildings on 50 foot
lot. Will sacrifice on terms to ready
buyer. Address Box 1421 Capital
News.
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FOR SAXE—$1250 will buy a $2500
equity In one of the nice homes in
Boise, 5 rooms.
TO LOAN—$4000 to $5000 on hand fora
good city or farm loan. A. F. Graves,
My2
905 Idaho SI.
FOR GALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Cheap.
Stoves and ranges; 1708 N. 7th St.
Phone 2393-J.
A 21
FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acres near
particulars address
Council. For
Box 248, Council, Idaho.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—Five pas
senger ear in fine condition,
dress 1420 Capital News.
Ad
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FOR RENT OR TRADE for city prop
erty, two acres with 7-room house at
Wylie station. Call 1219 N 8th
phone 2112-W:
or
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—160-acrq. 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. 5.
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FOR SALE
POULTRY.
ß flooded bleeding stock.
f Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators.
* Foods. General Supplies
of nil kinds
Brooders,
®ÊM£c.
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THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
eggs for setting; $1.00 for 15.
21Ô6-J.
Fhone
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THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
and baby chicks. Phone 231Q-J. P. O.
Box 416.
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! SELECTED White Rock Eggs nickel
! each in lofs of 25 or more. H. 'A.
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Thomas, Kuna, Idaho.
WHITE LEGHORN baby CHIX. from
proved heavy laying stock; May de
Wo guarantee
The Pioneer Hatchery,
MlOo
livery, $8 per 100.
safe arrival.
Petaluma, Cal.
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze
Turkey eggs, $4 per 11. White Leg
horns: Chicks, $12. Eggs $7 per 100.
Safe delivery guaranteed. La VlstR
Farm, Baker, Oregon.
May 23c
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. Eggs,
$1.50 per setting; $3.00 per hun
dred. Archie M. Larson, RX 3, Wels
er, Idaho.
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FOR S*LE
AUTO CARS
GOOD Overland car at a bargain
price; will sell or trade. Boise Car
riage & Implement Co.
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1913 6-PASSENGER Bulck at a bar
gain; excellent running condition;
half cash and terms on balance.' 305
McCarty Bldg.
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FOR SALE—Detroiter roadster, speed
ometer. electric lights, demountable
rims; is newly painted and in excel
lent condition. Box 1516 or phone
1174-W.
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FOR SALE—Model 31 Bulck, five pass
enger touring car, speedometer, de
mountable rims; has electric lights,
and Is newly painted. Al condition;
an exceptional buy at $600. Phone
1174-W or write P. O. box 1516
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AUTOMOBILES FOK SALE.
FOR LALE—1913 five-passenger Ford;
good condition, $250; 30-horsepower
Overland In excellent condition,
having just been overhauled; tires
practically new, new top and Just
repainted. $425. Boise Overland Co.
Phono 324. M5
FORD ROADSTER $255; mddel 17
. Buick touring car, $250; light dell»
ery truck, $300; 1915 Maxwell tour-]
ing car, electric lights and starter,
seat covers repainted, $495. Bannock
Motor Sales Co., distributors of Max
yell and Chalmers motor ca_rs. 1012
Grove street, between 10th and 11th
streets.
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BOARD AND ROOM
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Uu 'Rt> AND ROOMS—Case House,
1134 Bannock. Phon« 633.
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FOR SALE—Real Estate.
FOR SAXE—5 room modern house In
Ellis addition. Big discount. Easy
payments. Carter, McCarty Bldg, tf
FOR SAXE—Will tak* auto, piano or
stock as payment on 5-room house,
balance monthly. Carter, McCarty
Bldg.
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27 ACRES, three miles from Boise, half
alfalfa and pasture, some groin, fam
ily orchard and berries, 6 room house
new, fine large barn, cow barn, sheds,
best of Improvements; 100 acres of
raw land adjoins this, 4 acres of
prunes, city blk., all clear, trade for
stock ranch. Noah W. Strunk, 364
Sonna <Bldg. Phone 975-M.
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TRADES—240 acres improved in Mich
igan to trade for Idaho land.
j 80 ACRES near Weiser for Boise pro
perty or small acreage.
RANCHES in Long Valley for Boise
property.
30 ACRES adjoining good town In Cal.
to trade; has good house and barn.
Gem State Realty Co. 339 Sonna,
Phone 707.
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HERE IS YOUR CHANCE—One of
the best Improved 10 acres on the
bench for sale; 7-room house and a
large barn and buggy shed, also
large chicken run. Only 1% miles
due south of Overland building.
Come out and take a look at It. If
you do want 10 acres will sell any
part of IX Phone 2434-W or address
R. D. 4, Box 88.
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See Wllson-Smith.
1023 Main Streex
We want well improved eighty, near
macadam rond, in exchange for Boise
Income property.
Close-in 8-room residence, splendid
corner, exceptionally low figure, very
reasonable payment down.
Well located restauranX Snap to an
experienced man.
George W. Smith, Manager.
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FOR SALE
160 acres: one of Idaho's best; 90 acres
In cultivation; 70 acres pasture and
feeding ground; fenced and cross
fenced: 8 miles from Boise; 1%
miles from R. R. station: government
water; $45 per acre takes It; $1000
down; terms; this Is our best snap.
Can you beat It? Assessed $9000. f
8-room modern house, 55-fX corner lot;
an elegant classy home; cost $6000;
worth the money; will sell for $3000;
terms easy; location fine.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.,
309 No. 10th.
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Phone 98.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
100 acres: 36 acres alfalfa: 65 grain,
balance pastuYe; cheap building; no
Incumbrance; deeded water with
land; "a dandy" farm for a farmer.
Would consider Boise home.
$800 buys a nice home, large lot, 95x
133 feet; on car line.
$1075 buys a larger houee. TSxl8S-ft.
lot; nicely fenced; will sell on terms
to suit buyer; Just pay rent And
place It yours; 5c fare.
See our big stock, hay and grain
ranches at low prices, long time and
low rate of InteresX
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.,
109 No. 10th
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Phon* 98.
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SALE OR TRADE.
80 aqres; private Waten an In
cultivation; buildings and
fences in good repair; *11 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 less than
$100. Ofv ner ha* other work
and is bound to sell. Offer us
$60 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
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REASONABLE OPPORTUNITY.
HAVE a homestead relinquishment
that Is suitable for a stock ranch or
grain or both in a good farming
country, 2% miles from P. O. st
Camas Prairie. Owner is entering
government service and cannot com
mute. Will sell cheap for cash or
trade for horses or cattle. This place
is worth $100 a year for grazing pur
poses alone. Ranch adjoining this
homestead Is worth $10,000 but own
er won't sell. Cold spring water Is
a few paces from line. Place has
not been Improved a* yeX Ambitious
young men look Into this. Schooler
Starling Agency, 824 Overland Bldg
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