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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter
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Copyright 1913 by the International Syndicate
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CLOSE IS STEADY
ON GRAIN MARKET
ÜEarly Declines in Prices Are
Made Up Toward the
Close.
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Chicago, May 9.—Predictions of
Showers in the southwest, where there
tad been complaints that the soil was
excessively dry and crops badly in need
of rain, put the wheat market today on
R down grade. The opening prices,
which ranged from the same as yester
day's finish to tic higher, with May
1.14% and July 1.15% to 1.16, were fol
lowed by a decided general setback,
from which there was only moderate
reaction.
Prices closed steady % to % net
higher.
Wheat—May 1.14%, July 1.16.
Corn—May 75%, July 74%.
Oats—May 47%, July 43%.
Pork—May 23.65, July 23.30.
Portland Wheat.
Portland, May 9.—Wheat dull, no
trading. Spot bids unchanged. Blue
etem, 1.03; fortyfold, 92; club, 91; red
fife, 92; red Russian, 92.
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis. May
dosed today at $1.22; July, $1.21.
9.—May
vheat
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
(Capital News Special Servloa.-l
Chicago. May 9.—Hogs—Market.
«low and early advance mostly lost.
Bulk, [email protected]; light, [email protected];
mixed, 9.40®9.90; rough, 9.35®9.50.
Cattle-Market, slow and steady. Na
tlve beef steers. 7.80®9.85; western
•teer«, 7.9008.85; Stockers and feeders.
6.60®8.40; cows and heifers, 4.20®
«.35; calves, 6 . 2509 . 50 . '
Sheep—Market, strong. Wethers,
[email protected]; lambs, [email protected]; spring
lambs, 11® 13.
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Service.!
South Omaha, May 9.—Hogs—Re
ceipts, 8700. Market, fully [email protected] high
er; close, weak. Bulk, 9.55 0 9.65; top,
9.75; range, 9.4009.75; mixed and
butchers', [email protected]; good to choice
heavy, [email protected]; rough heavy, 9.50®
8.60; lights, [email protected]; pigs, [email protected]
Cattle—Receipts, 5800. Market, heavy,
[email protected]; lights, [email protected];
8.15.
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5800. Market,
slow to
steady. Na
pigs,
Cattle — Receipts
heavy beeves and feeders,
lower; yearlings and cows,
tive steers, 8®9.50; cows and heifers,
6.7508.25; western steers, 7.5009; Tex-|
as steers, [email protected]; Stockers and feeders,
6.7508.85.
Sheep—Receipts, 2800.
@20 higher,
lambs, [email protected]
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dium, 7.5ur«>8; ordinary and common, 7
#7.60; cows, good, 6.<.5#7.50; medium,
[email protected]; common, [email protected]; heifers,
[email protected]; bulls, 3.5(0 06.
Hogs—Receipts, 380. Market, steady.
Prime light. 909
weights, 8.8509.10; good to prime
mixed, 8.5008.86; rough heavy pack
ing. [email protected]; pigs and skips, 7.5008.
Hheep—Receipts, 586; market, steady.
Spring lambs. 10 @10.50; choice lambs,
[email protected]; common lambs, 909.50; year
lings, [email protected]; wethers, [email protected]; ewes,
7 @8.25.
Market, 15
8.6509.70;
Wethers,
North Portland,
(Capital News Special Service)
North Portland. May 9.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 167; market, steady. Choice
grain and pulp fed steers, 8.75 09.15;
hay fed, 8.5008.76; good, 808.35; me
prime strong
Metal MarkeL
New York, May 9.—Copper—Firm.
Electrolytic, nearby, nominal; Augdst
and later, 28.50030.
Iron—Steady. No. 1 northern, 20.75
@21.75; No. 2, [email protected]; No. 1
southern, [email protected]; No. 2, [email protected]
Metal exchange quotes tin quiet;
spot, [email protected]
The metal exchange quotes lead,
7.2007.40; spelter,
St. Louis delivery, 17% asked.
easy; spot. East
Phone Compton Transrer Co. foi* the
best moving job you ever had. Phone
43. —Adv.
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Seeds, plants, etc, true to name.
W. 8. * G. Co., cor. Sth and Grove.
Fboap 828.
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A Fine Aid For
Mother-to-be
We are all greatly indebted to those
who tell their experiences. And among
the many things which
we read about and
are of immediate Im^
portance to the expec
tant mother. Is a splen
did external remedy
called
Friend."
plied over the muscles
of the stomach. It Is
deeply penetrating In
Its influence. Mothe/s
everywhere tell of Its
soothing effect, how it
allays pains Incident to
stretching of cords,
ligaments and muscles. They tell of restful
comfort, of calm, peaceful nights, an ab
sence of those distresses peculiar to the pe
riod of expectancy, relief from morning
sickness, no more of that apprehension with
which so many young women's minds be
come burdened. It is a splendid help,
a bottle of "Mother's Friend" from your
nearest druggist. Ask your husband to get
it for you. Then write to Bradfleld Reg
ulator Co, 408 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga„
for a very handsome and instructive book.
It Is filled with suggestive ideas of great
help to all women interested in the subject
of maternity. And best of all are some let
ters from mothers that are real Inspirations.
Write today.
"Mother's
This Is ap
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Entertainment by Kuna Grange.
The Kuna Grange is planning
elaborate musical and vaudeville en
tertalnment for the evening of May 20
. iss hall at Kuna. In addition
ill be an old-fashioned basket
supper. The grange members will be
assisted in the entertainment by Boise
talent. The entertainment will prob
ably be one of the most largely at
tended that has been held at Kuna In
the past year.
an
in the Fi
there
SHE TOLD HER NEIGHBOR
to ' d a nelghbor whose ver - v youD ^
cbl , ,d had crou P about Fole y' 8 Hon(, y
and Tar - J" rlte8 Mrs - Rehkamp, 2404
.. Co ^!, n / ton ' Ky ' ' Sbe
,bousht tb *t the child surely would die
11 was 80 bad ; sbe « ave '* a
doses of t^'lcys Honey and Tar
sbe ' vas s ° ,P lease<i wltb ' b * l ' han « e
sbe did adt know ' wbat to , Eay -" Thia
° ld reIlJible syrup immediately
, helps coa * bs ' f old9 ' cr ? u P and wb °°P
* ns cou e b - J"® 1 as good for old as It Is
for young folks.
Adv. T TH S
Furniture vans for moving. A''
work guaranteed. Phone 73. Peaslev
Transfer & Storage Co. Ad»
Worms sap child's strength, rob
(child o* food and make child fretful,
irritated, nervous. Watch stool and at
first sign of suspicion of worms give
lone-half to one lozenger Kickapoo
Worm Killer, a candy worm remover.
Watch Child for Worms.
Giveu immediate results, is laxative.
Paralyzes and removes the worms, im
proves dlgerti m and general health of
child, ontinue giving Kickapoo Worm
Killer i ntil ail signs of worms are gone.
5c at jour Drujg'st.-—Adv.
A Symbol of Health.
The Pythagorians of Ancient Greece
ate simple food, practiced temperance
and purity. As a badge they used the
five pointed star v hieh they regarded
ns a symbol of health. A red five po'nt
ed star appei
Chamberlain's Tablets, and still fulfils
its ancient mission
health. If you .re troubled with indi
gestion, biliousness or constipation get
ja package of these tablets from your
druggist You will be surprised at the
quick relIef Wlllwi . they ift or(L obtain
a fci e everywhere. Adv. T TH S
on ea h package of
a symbol of
LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice.
There is delinquent upon the follow
ing described capital stock of the
Farmers' Union Ditch Co., Ltd., on ac
count of the assessment levied March
3, 1916, the several amounts set
posit« the names of the respective
shareholders as given below, and In
accordance with so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as may be
necessary will be sold at the Pleasant
View school house, May 13, 1916, at 2
o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with the
cost of advertising and expense
sale.
op
of
Cert.
S.
L. I* Folsom.
Orlen F. Taft -719
M. E. Martin.... 637
E G. Trail.
Dr. Colllster .... 413
G. R. McGuire... 683
G. R. McGuire.... 705
Helen K. Stout... 753
M. K. Stout .,
A. A. Gibbons
657
.75
$ 7.60
20.00
2 .
.8750
8.76
767
.60
6.00
.10
1.00
1.00
10.00
10.00
1.00
.60
5.00
764
7.034
64.34
40.00
JAMES M. POTTER,
Eagle, Idaho, R. D. No. L
4.00
—Adv. 108
WANTED.
WANTED—Stock to pasture. Tele
phone 81R4.
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WANTED—Accounts for collections;
write Box 187, Boise.
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TO LOAN—$2500 on farm land. Mc
Clellan & Hoobler, Gem Bldg. My9
WANTED—By school boy, lawns to
mow after school and on Saturday.
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Phone 1843-J.
WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi
tal News of Bee. Apply at press room
In the basement.
YOUR PLUMBING AND KEPA1R
lng, prices right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf
WANTED—To rent, modern 6-room
house by June 1; close in and rea
sonable. Address 1428 Capital News.
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AN ATTRACTIVE proposition fo- ex
perienced solicitors who c«~. work In
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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$76.00 MONTH. Get government jobs.
Men and women wanted. List of po
sitions obtainable free. Franklin
Institute, Dept. 60-0, Rochester,
N. Y. ' Jn9c
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WANTED
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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—Female
GIRL for general housework. Apply 317
My 9c
North Ninth st.
WANTED—Woman or girl as house
keeper on ranch at once. Harry E.
Smith. Caldwell, Idaho. Phone 262J3,
care of C. T. Co.
THE Younj Woman'« Christian Asso
ciation, With headquarters at 4C8 »
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Icn.no,
will be glad to assistany young wo
man in finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually in at
tendance
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Phone 1546W.
WANTED—HELP—Male
WANTED—Boy to shine shoes.
809 Bannock.
Call
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GOOD man wanted for a ranch,
phonse Droesbeke, Bench, St. Johns
cemetery.
Al
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MISCELLANEOUS.
LAWN MOWING and mower sharpen
ing. Phone 22J.
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CANCER.
DR. POWELL—Cancer specialist; 1519
Washington St.
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WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all 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 "INVIN TBLE" vac
uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more,
cost lese. Demonstrated. Kingsley.
Phone 1961.
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FOR HIRE
GOOD saddle horses. 16th end Main, tf
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AN ESTABLISHED manufacturer
wants general sales manager to open
office and manage ealesmen. $800 to
$700 capital necessary. Liberal con
tract. Money making poosslbllitles
unlimited. Will pay expenses to Chi
cago If you are man we want. A. C.
W, 1012 Republic Bldg., Chicago.
BOD Myllo
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—Modern five room house.
Phone 2300 or 474.
Mil
FOR RENT—Two 8-room plastered
houses, good condition; Phone 2206-J.
Mile
FOR RENT
now
Will bo In excellent condition,
ter, McCarty Bldg.
5-room modern house,
being repainted and tinted.
Car
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• FOR RENT—6-room house;
• furnished comfortably; rea
• sonable. Carter, McCarty Bldg. •
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FOR RENT—Apartments
FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St.
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FOR RENT—Furnished apartments,
close In. Phone »36 or 1208 Main
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St.
! FOR RENT—May 1st, one 6-room
apartment, with sleeping porches. H.
Phone
J. Roan, 1118 Pueblo St,
1869-J.
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FOR RENT.
«'PASTURE $2 month. Josephine EJ
I Gallaher, South Boise. Phone 838-J.
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FOR RENT—Furnished.
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j FOR RENT—Furnished room with
! kitchenette; 1309 Franklin.
Mil
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; DANDY modern 4-room furnished
I house. Inquire 403 O'Farrell or Phone
282-J.
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FURNISHED ROOMS, modern, with
or without board, 1119 Jefferson.
Morris. MlOo
SELECT furnished room in private
family; close In. Breakfast if de
sired. Phone 460. M9
HIGH CLASS, strictly modern, com
pletely furnished bungalow. Player
piano. Phone 1247-R.
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FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room
with sleeping porch, hot water heat,
hot and cold water in room. H. J.
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4?» Overland Bldg. May 2 •
Roan, phone 1869J.
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FOR SALE
LIVESTOCK
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Horses, Cattle and
Livestock of every
kind.
FOR SALE—All kinds of horses at
Farmers' Corrall.
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GOOD Jersey family cow. Call at 1516
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No. 15th. or Phone 1489-W.
FOR SALE—2 good milk cows, half
Phone
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Jersey and half Guernsey.
1244J.
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Red Duroc
Jersey boar. Phone or address Jack
Turner, R. D. No. 1, Meridian.
M13
Livestook.
FOR SALE—Cow, hogs, pigs, 2 miles
west of Foothill road. J. L Ballantyne.
My 14
LARGE span of mares, weight 3000, 5
years old in July; sound, well broke,
Jacob Foster, Boise, general deliver.».
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HORSEMEN call at Eleventh and
Front Street Feed stable and see
the grand Imported Belgian stal
lion Nlcephore, 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.
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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 Bhow them to
you. What have you got to trade?
P. A. Sorenson, Meridian, 5 miles
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south of Beatty.
BOARD AND ROOM
BOARD AND ROOMS—Case
1124 Bannock. Phone 922.
House,
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FOR SALE
Idaho
KEGS and barrels for
sale.
Products Co., Ill N. Sixth St.
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FOR SALE—Choice red clover and al
falfa seed. Ross & Co., 1324 Main.
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LIVESTOCK REMEDIES at reduced
prices. Citizens Coal Co, 108 N. 9th.
Phone 18.
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FOR SALE—Netted Gem seed pota
toes. Distributors' association, 106
N. 10th St.
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FOR SALE—Office, roll top desk,
volumes Engineering Works.
McCarty Bldg.
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HOSE.'
LAWN MOWERS, GARDEN
Kill the weeds and nourish the grass
with a lawn mower and hose at Kim
ery's, 816 Idaho St.
M10
POULTRY SUPPLIES at reduced I
prices. Citizens Coal Co., 108 N. j
Ninth. Phone 18.
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ENORMOUS SAVING on groceries.
Write the Co-operative Store, Cald
well, for the big price list. Best po
tatoes, $1.35. M12u
WHITE MOUNTAIN
Ice Cream Freezer; none better. Can
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place one in every home; sizes from
one quart up. Klmery's, 81G Idaho j
St.
FOR :
LE —Furniture of 6 rooms, in
cluding handsome library table, |
piano, gas range, refrigerator and
washer; all f^st class. 1615 W. Jef
ferson.
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FOR SALE—Piano, high grade, excel
lent tone, beautiful finish, good as !
new, will sell at sacrifice, as owner is
leaving the country. Call at 1310
North 11th St., Boise, Idaho.
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FOR SALE—Two ntfw 600
gallon Studebaker water
wagons; cheap and ready
for delivery. Ed Ostner,
Boise. M-30



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FOR SALE. « I
r*y Boise Ice Co., natural Ice
which has been analized by e |
stale chemists and pronounc
ed pure. Delivered to families
at 40c per hundred. 600-lb. «
, e coupon books, $1.80. Cash in «
' e advance. Phone 173.
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FOR SALE
POULTRY.
B Blooded breeding stock.
W Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators, Brooders,
Foods. General Supplies
of all kinds.
Green
J. J. Stewart,
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FOR SALE—3 Holstein cows.
Meadows ranch.
Boise, Rt. 3.
WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIX, from
proved heavy laying stock; May de
livery, $8 per 100.
safo arrival. The Pioneer Hatchery,
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We guarantee
Petaluma, Col.
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze 1
Turkey eggs, $4 per 11. White Leg
horns: Chicks, $12. Eggs $7 per 100.
Safe delivery guaranteed. La Vista
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,
i $1.50 per settin„; $".00 per hun
dred. Archie M. Larson, Rt. 3, Weis
er. Idaho. _My-23c
PERSONAL.
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habits and disposition would like to
correspond with young woman age
18 t-O 36. ObjG-t, in lit l imonj. W rlt©
A. F. Shultz. Wallace. Idaho. M13c
MIDDLE-AGED man of 33 of good
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POLITICAL CONVENTIONS
AND ELECTIONS IN 1916 e
May 18— Democratic state «
convention at Pocatello.
June 7—Republican national #
at Chicago. «

convention
* June 7—Progressive national «
convention at Chicago.
June 14—Democratic national e
convention at St. Louis. e
Sept. 5— Statewide primary «
election.
Nov. 7—Geneial election.
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FOR SALE—Real Estate, i
FOR SALE—Will take aiito, piano or
stork as payment on 5-room house,
balance monthly. Carter, McCarty
Bldg.
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FOR SALE—-3 room modern house In
Ellis addition. Big discount Easy !
McCarty Bldg, tf !
payments. Carte
FOR SALE, CITY PROPERTY—Can
sell 6-room house for a limited time
for $1300. This sold for $2400. $300
cash and $1000 mortgage will give
you deed. Carter.
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FOR SALE BY OWNER—20 acres, 3
miles from Boise, near Franklin
school; Ridenbaugh water; 6-room
house;. all in crop. $125 per acre.
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Address Boise Rt. 2, Box 79.
FOR GALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—40 acres near
Council. For particulars address :
Box 246, Council, Idaho.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—Seven acres
one mile nort. of Middleton;
Inches of water; also twenty acres
dry land adjoining. N. F. Jensen, Rt.
3, Boise.
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FOR SALE OR TRADE—160-acre re
linqutshment 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 OR TRADE.
$15,000.00—Stock general merchandise,
in good live town. Will consider trade
for farm land
Income property. A
rare opportunity. Call at 109 N. 10th
St., phone 98. B. U. A. Merchant? tf
SALE OR TRADE—88-acre relinquish
ment on Snake river; some fence;
shack; cold spring water. About 30
acre island with place, also 160-acre
dry relinquishment. Address Box 562,
Nampa. Ida.
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TO TRADE.
TO TRADE—Overland auto truck for
cows. Phone 296. M13
TO TRADE for milk ow, 8 year old
mare with young colt; weight 1100.
Phone 70-J-4.
160 ACRES dry land. 8 miles Boise,
to trade for city property; unincum
.bered; 1411, care Capital News.
WILL EXCHANGE good canary bird
for chickens or eggs, or will sell
cheap; have several good singers.
Phone 376VV. 1512 N. Tenth.
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TO TRADE—$5000 equity in Seattle
home to trade for Boise home or Ada
county farm. Will assume some.
Bruce & Fold Loan & Trust Co. Ml3
I HAVE 20 acres of fine land on Em.
mett bench, two miles from Em
mett, to trade for grocery or resl.
dence In
Schooler-Starling
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Boise.
Agency. Overland Bldg.
FOR SALE
AUTO CARS
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Five pas
senger car in fine condition,
dress 1420 Capital News.
Ad
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FOR SALE —1914 Five-passenger
Studebaker and Ford; good condition.
Each $250. Call at 612 Main St. M9o
TO TRADE—Electric car, In good con
dition, for late model gas car. Elec
tric Garage & Repair Shop, 112 No.
11th St.
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1913 5-PASSENGER Buick at a bar
gain; excellent running condition;
half cash and terms on balance. 205
McCarty Bldg.
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FORD ROADSTER $256; model 17
Buick touring car, $250; light dellv
truck, $300; 1915 Maxwell tour
, ng car electrlc , i(fhtB and 8tarter ,
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Bcat covers re P a * nted ' * 495 ' Bannock
Motor Sales Co., distributors of Max
ell and Chalmers motor ears, 1012
Grove street, between 10th and 11th
streets.
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LOST
LOST—Cats-eye stickpin; reward. P.
B. Carter, 310 Boise City National
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Bank Bldg.
$20 REWARD for Information leading
to the recovery of one heifer calf
about two weeks old, rod with white
spot in forehead, white on end of tail,
Taken from mother near Cole school
house. Phoue 79-R3. T. C. Catlln.
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FOR SALE—Real Estate.
REAL ESTATE, rentals, loans, lnsur
ance. Ada Realty Co, 114 N. 10th.
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BOISE REALTY CO. has consolidated
with the Ada Realty Co, at 114 N.
Tenth.
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WANTED A GOOD FARM
FOR FINE Boise residence and «mall
acreage, worth $10,000, good value,
clear of all Incumbrance, nothing but
good stuff would be considered and
must have little or no Incumbrance
or such that can be transferred. Call
at 109 N. 10th St. or phone 9$.
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HERE IS YOUR CHANCE—On« of
the best Improved 10 acres
bench for Bale; 7-room house
large barn and buggy shed, also
chicken run. Only 1% miles due
south of Overland building. Come
out and take a look at it. If you do
not want lu acres, will sell any part
of It. Phone 2434-W or address R.
D. 4, Box 88.
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440-acre stock ranch, 160 In alfalfa
and grain, 300 fenced, 3-room house,
granary, shed, barn and other out
buildings; 250 tillable, 400 irrigable,
free water, free range; mile to sta
tion; river crosses place. Trade 40
acres in Boise valley, rich bottom
land, free water, bargain for part
cash. N. W. Strunk, 364 Sonna Bldg.
Phone 975-M.
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FOR SALE AT HALF PRICE.
6 ACRES choice location on Hill Crest
lamp, 5c fare, new cement house, all
outbuildings Including barn, chicken
house, hog house, root cellar and
well, fine orchard and berries; paid
up wafer, best of soil; worth $5000.
Will take $2600.00, and make you
easy terms. A home with a living.
Call at 109 N. 10th SL Phone 98. tf
See Wilson-Smith.
1023 Main Street.
We want well Improved eighty, near
macadam road, In exchange for Boise
Income property.
Close-in 8-room residence, 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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FARM LANDS.
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Send for information concerning •
the old Dalles Military Road •
Lands in Malheur County. Ore. •
Stock and grain proposition«; •
fine land. Small payment down, •
balance 10 years at 6 per oenL •
The Percy M. Johnson Co., *
sales agents. Vale, Ore.
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LOOK—
160 acres relinquishment do not need
Irrigation, $500; will sell for $5000.00 as
soon as deeded.
The best businese on the Peyette
Lakes at a snap.
California land to trade.
Fine Piano for less than 1-* of Its
value.
We match all your trade« and have
the Snaps.
Gem State Realty Co,
839 Sonna Bldg.
Phone 707m
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E. C. LAUGHLIN A CO.
921 Bannock SL
FOR RENT—7-room modern house,
close in, $20; C-room house, $10; 3
room house, $7.
FOR SALE—$6000 home, well located;
7 rooms; nice shade, lawn. Price
$3300. Part cash: balance terms.
FOR SALE—One of the best 80-acro
ranches in the Boise Valley; near
car line; good water right; well im
proved. Price $125 per acre; no
trades.
WE have private money to loan at S
per cent.
$3000, $5000.
ferred.
In amounts $500, $1000,
Ranch property pre •
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A HOME? I SHOULD SAY SO!
Somebody will lose. Somebody
will make big profit If they buy
thii. excellent town lot 62x122.
with 5 large modern rooms and
large sleeping porch,
water furnace. This Is modern
and good. Building for auto,
cork elm shade, free irrlgalion
water, roses and creepers, the
best buy in town. Cost $5000;
will sell for $2950 and give
terms. Hub City Realty Co.,
219 Idaho Bldg.
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