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CAPITAL NEWS XMAS GIFT CAMPAIGN
CLOSES TOMORROW NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK
Claims and Counter Claims Indicate That the Result Is Very Much In Doubt—Candidates Are Mar
shaling Their Forces and Preparing For the Final Dash—Indications Point to Close and Furious Finish
BUT TWO MORE DAYS OF EFFORT
AND THE GIFTS WILL BE WON
IF YOU HAVE A FRIEND WHOM YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP WIN ONE OF
THE SPLENDID GIFTS, NOW IS THE TIME TO DO IT—ONE SUPREME,
FINAL EFFORT TOMORROW, MISS CANDIDATE, MAY LAND YOU
THE GIFT YOU HAVE BEEN SEEKING AND JIAVE SET
YOUR HEART UPON SECURING.
Made famous throughout this section of the country because of the number and
value of its gifts and the number of enthusiastic women entered, the Grand Christmas
Gift Distribution of the Capital News, the greatest newspaper campaign ever held in
this section of the country, will come to a close tomorrow night at 9 o'clock. At this
hour it will all be over but the shouting, and the work of notifying the shouters that
they are qualified to shout will be left to the judges next Wednesday afternoon at the
Christmas Gift department, 718 Idaho street, starting at 2:30 o'clock. The count will
be public and candidates and their friends are invited to be present.
Work without rest from NOW until
the close is the portion the candidates
have picked out for themselves, and
w r e feel that there will be many sur
prises sprung by these enthusiastic
;ho are striving with might and
ones,
main and marshaling their forces for
These
the final battle tomorrow,
eleventh-hour workers are surely hust
ling like beavers, and it will take many
a vote to outstrip them at the finish.
Rumors of how many votes such and
such a candidate has will be rife to
morrow, but these should be consid
ered as just what they are—MERELY
RUMORS. No candidate should al
low' anything she hears to affect her
work, .or these rumors will prove to
be In most cases absolutely unfound
ed. For all this department knows
some of the candidates who were ap
parently not in the running when the
last votes were counted, may have
gathered enough votes in the ensu
ing tim- to place them in prominent,
positions. And then again, they may
still be in the "also-ran" class,
vague uncertainty has beclouded the
situation and many a candidate will
not know what a close shave she had
to losing until the final count Is made
and she realizes that it wae the last
little subscription she secured that
saved her from defeat. Every lndi
A
cation points to a terribly close race
and v ith the candidates enthused to
an extreme pitch, they are going to
land, as they have been doing, every
possible subscription before the closing
minute. Even the friends and fami
lies of candidates are worked up to a
great degree of excitement and are
hustling one and all for the success of
their favorite candidates, whom they
hope to see named as winners of the
splendid Chalmers, Bulck, Overland,
Maxwell and Chevrolet 1917 touring
. ,
Get the subscriptions In
early and you will still have time to
spend in getting a few more. Abso
lute secrecy nlll be maintained to-|
morrow ln regard to what each candi
date has done( as has been done
throughout the campaign. ^ TOMOR
ROW NIGHT IS THE FINISH AND
9 O'CLOCK IS THE CLOSING HOUR.|
ears, which are surely something of
which to feel proud.
NECESSITY OF BEING EARLY.
Too much stress cannot be laid upon
sub
the necessity of getting
Bcriptions in as early as possible TO
MORROW, for the biggest day's busi
ness of the entire campaign ls sure to
he recorded.
your
The final count of votes, which will
be held
WHEN FINAL VOTES ARE
COUNTED.
determine the winners, will
next Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the Christmas Gift depart
ment of The Capital News, 718 Idaho;
street, and will be ln charge of a com
mittee of well-known loea 1 business
men, whose names will be announced
later.
These gentlemen, whose standing and
reputation In Poise are beyond quos
tlon, have kindly consented to canvass
the votes for the final count and their
selection Insures every candidate an
absolutely fair and Impartial
This count will be public and candi
dates and their friends are invited to
count.
SERVICE,
be present.
SPECIAL AFTERNOON
The Capital News now leaves Boise
at 3:30 o'clock each afternoon, thus.
putting it Into Nampa at 4:30 and in
Caldwell at 5 o'clock, for improved car
rier delivery, which we feel will be
fully appreciated by our patrons, as it
will enable them to receive their pa
pers earlier than they have been ac
customed to getting thm. The Capi
tal News is always anxious to improve
its service wherever possible, as "the
best possible service to all patrons" is
one of our strongest mottoes.
AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT.
What better gift could you send to
the absent friends, the ones
from home, than The Capital News for
one year, beginning with the New
Year's Issue. These people are in
terested in Boise, most of them having
been former residents, and would ap
preciate he live news of the Idaho
capital far more than you perhaps
realize. The Capital News at $6 for
an ;ntire year, wo Id be a practical,
appreciated gift'and besides the sub
scription given this week would en
able. some earnest woman to make her
Christmas the happiest of her life
time, as It would help her to win one
of the splendid 1917 touring cars Which
will be won tomorrow nightfl.
vay
SATURDAY A BIG DAY IN
CAMPAIGN.
Saturday, being the last day of the
campaign, will also be' the biggest day
in point of business. Every minute
will be taken up with some candidate
and her friends. Get your subscrip
tions in as early as possible and you
will be sure of their being placed to
your credit and still have time to go
after more. It is also well to turn in
any subscriptions you may have,
early as possible this week. Saturday
will be a big day and if you turn yours
in now you will be certain that they
are in the sealed ballot box and no
one will have any knowledge of what
you have, as the box is sealed and
will not Lo opened again until next
Wednesday afternoon, when the judges
start the final count- THERE IS NO
ADVANTAGE IN WAITING UNTIL
THE LAST MINUTE. GET IN
EARLY.
TODAY IS FRIDAY, TOMORROW
IS SATURDAY. AND NINE O'CLOCK
IS THE CLOSING HOUR
as
NO MORE VOTES RETURNED.
Owing to the uncertainty of mail
reaching candidates In time to be re
turned, the Christmas Gift Department
will acknowledge by letter all votes
and subscriptions received from this
time on, but the votes will NOT be
''returned, but will be deposited in the
sealed ballot box to the credit of the
proper candidates, Instead of being re
turned. This applies only to subscrip
tions set to us by mail.
NO MORE OFFERS OR CHANGES IN
j
j
It might be well to state right here
that there will positively be no more
speclal offers of any sort, nor will the
present scale of votes be changed In
any way. Subscriptions will never,
earn more votes than at the present
I time. The present vote scale will re
main In effect, without change of any
sort, until the close tomorrow night.
FUTU R E SU ESCRIPTIONS.
You will also meet people who de
sire to assist you with subscriptions,
! but are already taking a daily paper,
; whlch ls paid y for ln advance, and do
not desire to have
two daily papers
coming into their homes at the same
tlme To prnvjde for these , and glve
you the benfl(it of them , we will accept
■ all such BUbscripUo ns, when accom
p an j e j by ^ be amount of the subscrip
Uon _ and bo)d tbem f or delivery. AT
Ay y FUTURE DATE DESIGNATED
THE VOTE SOALE.
j
!
BY THE SUBSCRIBER,
the starting date on the bottom of the
j s ' ub ; " d R wlU be tak , en ca L e l , of ' and
1 started at the proper time. These aro
called "Future Subscriptions."
J ust mark
ABOUT NEW AND OLD SUBSCR1P
TIONS.
Candidates should bear ln mind that
there ls a distinct difference between
-NEW" and ''OLD"
subscriptions. A
' new subscriber is one who was not
taking the paper on October 16th, when
1 lbe campaign opened, and an old sub
scr i ber i s one who
7 as taking the pa
per on that date. This is a flat rule
and tbcre arc no exceptions,
one member of the family to another
Chang
inK name of the subscriber from
at the same address; stopping one pa
• per and starting another, etc., do not
make OLD subsciiptlons NEW, and
-candidates are cautioned to
atch this
all sub
old
important detail closely,
i Äoriptioii« arc verified, and
subscriptions turned in as
a
any
new this
week, will have the votes issued on
them cancelled. This rule is made nec
essary ln order to be fair to all and
to keep our records straight. This is
sufficient warning to every candidate,
and there should be no misunderstand
ings.
FOR COUNTRY CANDIDATES
ALONE.
enable the candidates outside of
Boise to have the same length of time
To
to work oni the campaign as those in
the city, vJ- will accept from all out
side candidates any and all subscrip
tions and ballots mailed BY 9
O'CLOCK TOMORROW NIGHT. THE
POSTMARK OR THE POSTMAS
TER'S SIGNATURE ON THE
OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE OR
PACKAGE, SHOWING THAT THESE
SUBSCRIPTIONS
MAILED
BY' 9 O'CLOCK, WILL BE ACCEPTED
AS SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE THAT
WERE
THE RULES OF THE CAMPAIGN
HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH.
Make the minutek count, and secure
every possible subscription, and they
will be counted for you if mailed by the
above hour, oven though they may not
reach us until a day or so later. This
Is the way to succeed.
••••••••• ••••••


• Consists of the city of Boise and •
• South Boise only. •
••••••••••«•••••
DISTR.CT. No. 1.
Mrs. Walter Tucker, 1301 N.
16th ....
Irene Seiler, 1012 Pueblo.237,400
ALva Prouty, 1218 Washn.235,410
Mrs. Audie Chaney, 1714 N. 8th. .230,070
Ocel Etheridge, 1619 N. 10th.. .223,970
Bessie Marshall, 1404 W. Jeffer
son
.240,720
217 830
Reta Ballantyne, 1401 W. State. 184,010
Dalsie Grover, 612 S. 16th.179,300
Mrs. C. L. Trawin, 410 N. 10th. 16
Mrs. E. B. Erickson, 1916 State. 160,280
Xelbert Dibble, 1321 Grove
Elsie McAuley, 1012 State.136,490
Grace Sutton, 1014 N. 10th
Frances McCracken, 409 Union.. 127,960
Bessie Barbour, 1602 N. 18th.. .121,840
Frances Welch, 1816 State
Bessie Reel, So. Boise....
30
159,880
134,940
100,990
98,690
Constance P. Morris, Y. W. C. A. 97,980
Ada Wyckoff, Rosebud Confcy. 93,600
Mabelle Cole, 1212 N. 21st. 95,660
Mrs. Billie Leon, Belgravia apta 93,960
Mary Stuart, 140 E, Jefferson. 91,080
Vera Shaver, Mode Bldg. 84,960
Mrs. Jennie Gates, Idanha hotel. 76,660
Marguerite Van Dorn, 840 Warm
Springs, Ave
Beatrice Wardell, 912 N. 10th.. 67,840
Laurel Vickers, Joy Drug Store. 66,470
Helen Williams, 1407 N. 10th... 66,320
'' lda L - Robertson, la04 Grove.. 62,840
Man, i e Q ir k, M0 t\. Fort. 69,840
Sherer, So. Boise . 69,240
Marjorie Owen, 1003 Main .... 56,860
MyrUe Gay, So Boise . 65,920
^ ra ; Donaldson, 1124 Ban.. 43.860
Viola Hubbell, 1702 N. 6th 47,960
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^l rs ' 1Gth ' ' '
May Noble, 920 W. Hays. 46,810 1
Florence McAvoy. HI 5 1 Jeff. .. 44,800 j
Selma Sonnleitner, 412 W. State. 44,280,
Mrs. Ethel Clark. 1401 Fort. 43,080
Mary Harman, 621 N. 18th.... 41,870 '
Mary Bradly, So. Boise. 41,670
Mrs. Emily Sampsel, Club Cafe. 40,790
Alice Brassfiuld, So. Boise.... 40,310
Mrs. A. C. Farley. 807 State.... 39.470 1
Minnie Beach, 2701 Madison.... 38,870
Margaret Ornisby, 101 Warm
Springs ....
Ruth Kutnewsky, 80S N. 10th... 37,806
Leis Conner, 1513 Warm Spgs.. 35,160
34,940
33,660
68,690
. 37,240
Emily Sewell, 1119 Lee....
Mildred Knight, So. Boise
Edith Jones, 1207 N. 14th . 31,690
Thelma ^SmRh mf
1 9<! N w ' eo'näni*
Emma Maberly, 1123 W. State.. 29,960
Edna Mendel], 2601 Ressegule.. 29,860;*
Margaret Byron. 621 N. 18th.. 27,940
Mrs. A. R. Jones, Manitou hotel 26,080
Margaret Hurley, 1315 N. 7th... 25,620
Eula Phillips, 1122 Lee. 25,470
Vera Osborne. 319 Thatcher Ave 24,090
Rosa Brown, 1202 N. 25th. 23,080
„2 fi3o
21 790
''l 860
Anna Bloom, Woolworth's.
Zella A. Noble, 905 N. 20th.
Mabel Stewart, 608 W. Wash.
Ida L. Brewer, So. Boise. 21,490
Mabel Lord, So. Boise . 19,970
Vera Findley. 1820 N. 16th
Vivian Youmans, Belgravia Apts 19,260
Grace Unternahrer, Fourth and
Myrtle
Edna Perkins, 1224 W. Hays.... 17,490
19,980
18,760
i Marie Voss. 1303 E. Jefferson.. 15,3*10
; Elizabeth Wallace, 917% Fort.. 15,160
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• ••••••••?••••••
DISTRICT No. 2
• Consists of Adams, Washington, •
Boise, Canyon, Gem, Ada and o
Owyhee counties (outside of •
Boise and Sçuth Boise), and
bordering Oregon counties, to- •
gether with ail R. F. O. routes •
in these counties. •
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268,070
255,220
254,8E0
.220,430
260,680
Thelma Stewart, Star.259,160
Mrs. Edith L. CralY, Nampa... .258,590
Cora E. Bame, Nampa.
Mra. Nola K. Falrman, Rt. 1,
Parma.
• •••••••••••••a*
Erma Scott, Caldwell
257,380
256,290
Gladys Sargent, Fruitland
Mrs. L. L. Jamison, Caldwell... .256,270
I Mrs. H. Black, Rt. 2, Kuna
| Mrs. Kay Scott, Roseberry
j Mrs. J. J. Flaherty, Nampa... .254,540
251,000
250,460
246,960
: Theresa De Witt. Stai
Katherine Stirm. French .
Mabel Almquist, Notus .
Mrs. Rosa Chatfield, Rt. 3, Pay
ette ....
Mrs. V. E. Johnson, Nampa_217,780
Hazelle Beary, New Plymouth.216,770
Hazel Flakier, Emmett .211,680
Gi|ace Copeland, Eagle
Edna Mae Matheson, Murphy.. .169,400
Mrs. J. J. Mullennax, Sweet... 143,460
Jojie Forbes. Nyssa, Ore.139,770
Myrtle Chapin, Payette
Mrs. Clementine Radnt, Eagle. .111,600
Ruth Rcbison, Jordai Valiev,
Ore
171,940
135,800
110,450
Esther Briggs, Rt. 2, Boise.100,640
Ze^ia Lyon, Meridian. 95,980
Mrs. Will Hurrie, New Plymouth 93,910
Hazel Reid, Rf. 2, Caldwell_ 87,980
Eitima Caldwell, Ontario, Ore.. 85,940
• ••«••••••••••••
IMPORTANT TO CANDI
DATES.
Merely as a matter of cau
• j tion and to assist candidates in
• every way to receive the full
• benefits of their work, are
• these lines printed.
• It is of the utmost impor
• tance that every candidate, and
• I particularly those candidates
• living outside of Boise, read
• land weigh every line of it care
• fully. We would dislike to see
• any candidate lose votes be
• cause of the excitement that will
• surely attend the close or be
• cause of any misunderstanding
• on hen part. It is impossible
• to exercise too much care in
• arriving at a full understanding
• of the rules and conditions gov
• erning the close of the cam
• capign.
e
• 1. All .votes and remittances
• mailed after Thursday should
• bear a SPECIAL DELIVERY
« pTAMP to insure their reach
• ing us promptly.
2. Take the precaution to
• find out what' tlrrie your post
• office closes, and also find out
• ^tll possible information in re
nt'd to train service on the
oads which will carry your
• Votes and remittances.
• 3. All remittances and votes
• Should be addressed directly to
• the ''Christmas Gift Depart
• inent," at The Capital News of
• lice. This is m insure absolute
«
: t
• accuracy and prevent any
• ihem from going astray.
. 1 4 . Be sure your name is on
. all ballots before sending to this
. A ffice . Thls ls very important
, abso j u tely necessary.
• 1 5 , ALL VOTES AND RE
. MlTTANCES MUST BE
, MAILED NOT LATER THAN
# NINE O'CLOCK TOMORROW
, NIGHT, DECEMBER 16, IN
• ORDER TO COUNT IN THE
i* CAMPAIGN. The postmark or
' • the postmaster's signature on
1 - ,l„
j . ptk^ge. showing thT the^n
# velope or package was mailed
# j ot later t ban 9 o'clock, will be
' - »efficient evidence
J rule hM been
# rill loci with ^ 6 ^ C ° m
0 ß UNDER NO CONDT
1 TTONqwTLT vgtfV RF
„ TRANSFERRED FROM ONE
Ji«AAie.r r«u.vi
Of
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or

» CANDIDATE TO ANOTHER.
IllIS IS AN INVIOLABLE
• llULE OF THE CAMPAIGN
• AND UNDER NO CIRCÛM
• STANCES WILL IT BE
• BROKEN.

A

_ attrfmITTANCFS
BROUGHT OR SENT IN Af!
TIER WEDNESDAY SHOULD
nT ,
' POS1AL ° R
* K
* _ . . ... .
* 8 , Ure *? obBerve tb 'f nl1 ®
j * ^ P y ' posaib e ' and
! • h^ive your chocks certified at
I # y<ftir hank on which they may
1 * drawn, or send or bring
• efish, postoffice or express
• money order. Don't forget this,
• fis while we do not desire to
• handicap any candidate, would
• prefer that the above method
• bei followed, wherever possible.
|8. The final count of votes
w 11 be held Wednesday after
noon, December 20th, at 2:30
• okplock in the afternoon, and if
• the above rules are followed.
• arid votes and remittances
!•

MONEY' ORDER
OIR CERTIFIED CHECK. Wo
do pot desire to accept any per
sonal checks after Wednesday.



© mailed after Thursday are sent
• SPECIAL DELIVERY, these
i|ll reach us in time for the. •
• filial count, even though mailed
• at 9 o'clock tomorrow night.

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CANDIDATES, READ THIS.
Every facility will be afforded ran
, for getting their votes into the
for the close tomorrow night,
xporier.ee teaches that then
are certain to be some who will wait
until the last minute. To those we is
sue this warning: All votes, except
those of outside candidates (outside the
city ol Boise) must be deposited in the
ballot box BY' 9 o'clock tomorrow
night. Candidates outside the city are
1 permitted to mail votes and subscrip
tions BY 9 o'clock tomorrow night.
and these will be accepted and count
ed, evtn though they do not reach us
until Ji day or so later, but it would
be well to send in alt votes and sub
scrlptions on hand, as early as pos
slble this week.
dldatt
office
! but
i
Mrs. W. Fletcher, Midvale. 80,840
Kathryn Smith, Middleton. 79,460
Rlvrtle McClure, Meridian. 70.930
Maude Burnside, Donnelly. 69,340 '
Josephine MeCosh, Payette....
Martha Cummins, Melba . 67,240
Edna Marsrli, Vale, Ore. 80,96o
760
Irene Adams. Meridian.66,370
Lila Himla, Cascade
60,610
Mrs. Let ha Garrison, Weiser.... 59,980 |
Allda M, Anderson. Parma. «3.090 |
Ora Generous, Barber . 59,370 |
Hazel Noyer, Rt 3, Weiser . 57,430
Grace Anspuch, Cascade . 65,640
Mrs. C. D. Bachelor, Del* mar.. $6.010
Mrs. C. W Holmes. Council.... 14,420 1
Margaret Bruce, Drewsey. Ore... 52.340
';' pal ® ra y ^Ilddleton . «JJ-jj* 0
Mrs. H. ,T. Thompson. Payette.. 48.990
Mxs. John Graham. Grandview.. 4M "|
Hazel Herr, Richland, Ore. 4i,920
Mabel Brothers, Bruneau. 47,690
Ethel McWilliams, Ontario, Ore. 46,960!',
45,450;
Blanche Crawford, Montour
Etta Clark, Huntington, Ore..'.. 44,64 ji
Pearl Chatham, Huntington,
Ore . .
r •
. 43,81«)
Pansy I. Johnson, Payette. 39 , 740
Mrs. Irene Bauchmann, Triangle 38,860
Mrs. Billie Carter, Caldwell.... 37,690
Let ha Fritts, Melba. 37,200
Marjorie Bowers, Emmett . 36.610
Opal Jackson, Weiser . 36,080
Ruth Dyer, Weiser . . .
Marie Burger, Caldwell. 34,690
Mrs. James Torrance, Oreana.. 33,760
Lessio Biglow, Ontario. Ore.... 31,690
Ida Frahm, R. F. D., Middleton.. 29,750
Goldie Pitcher, Payette . 29,100
Mabel Denney, Jordan Valley,
Ore .
..... 35.41c
- 28,760
Hazel L. Hunter, Bench. 28,690
Ada Townsend, Silver City.... 28,460
Mary Hitt, Rt. 2, Emmett. 27,940
Lois Gohan, Bruneau .
Helen Talley, Montour . 26.350
Marsh A. Nichols, Ustick. 25,990
Minnie Stunz, Van Wyck.
Ruth Mackey, Bench . ..
Mrs. Bernice Williams, Rt 2.
Caldwell.
. 26,400
.960
. . 24,560
24,900
Mary J. Strode, Rockville, Ore.. 24,480
Clara Ellis, Placervllle . 23,680
Dorothy Ti~ 11, Oroana. 23,690
Frances Abshire, Meadows... 23.4S0
Madge Smith, Horseshoe Bend 20.840
Mabel Sinclair, Emmett. 17,960
Katie Barnett. Weiser . 3 6,300
Mrs. John Burton, Horseshoe
Bend
15,940
Mrs. F. H. Kleinschmidt, Cuprum 16,690
16,640
15,300
Louise Rane, Grimes Pass .
Mildred Read, Oreana .
Mrs. J. H. McArthur, Richland,
Ore.
14,970
Iva Cantrell, Smiths Ferry.,.. 14,670
Mrs. C. M. Cook, Silver City.... 13,410
Addie Thayer, Halfway, Ore.... 33.S60
Delia Flanagan. Silver City.... 12,300
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DISTRICT. No. 3.
Consists of Elmore, Blaine, •
Gooding, Lincoln, Twin Falls, •
Minidoka and Cassia counties, •
and all R, F. D. routes in these •
counties.
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Anna Louise Scott, Twin Falls.229,190
Gladys Jones, Kimama .227,520
Mrs. E. A. Harris, Burley
Rebecca. Ivers. Richfield .225,530
225,900
Last Vote Schedule!
Final Voting Power of Subscriptions—Read This
Scale Over Carefully
THE TABLE OF VOTES BELOW WILL POSITIVELY NOT BE
CHANGED DURING THE REMAINING DAYS OF THE CAM
PAIGN; THIS IS EVERY CANDIDATE'S CHANCE —THE
LAST AND BEST CHANCE.
VOTING POWER DOUBLED!
VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTION PAYMENTS
AMOUNT VOTES GIVEN
PRICE
_$ 12.00
_ 6.00
_ 3.00
.... 1.50
_ 1.00
OLD
40.000
17.000
7.000
3.000
1.000
Daily and Sunday by Mail or Carrier—
Two years .
One year ....'. .
Six months.
"Three months.
Two months.
Daily Only, by Mail—
Two years.
One year.
Six months.
Three months .
Two months.
Sunday Only, by Mail
Two years.'.
One year.
Western Farmer's Review, by Mail
Two years.
One year .... !.
NEW
120,000
50.000
20.000
8,0110
4,000
I
;
36.000
15.000
6,000
3.000
1.000
$16.00
5.00
2.50
1.25
1.00
108.000
44.000
18.1 » >0
8.000
1.0'K)
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9.000
4.000
28.0(H)
12,000
.... $ 4.00
2.00
12.000
4,(X)0
4.000
1.000
$ 2.00
1.00
READ ABOVE CAREFULLY!
I
Horn» 5 ... . ....210,240
Breilla Abbott. Rupert .206.090 |
' Audrey Martin,
Mrs. W. H.
Grove,
Mountain
. 193.690 !
Soldier .189.94 i j
_189,490
Roselyn Martin. Bellevue
Ella See. Jerome .
:
^ydia VVardrop, Fairfield .187,910
|, 'harlotte Winter, Shoshone_161,300
Vana M. Wheat. Eden.112,650
| Alice Garrett Bliss
| Mrs. W. A. Channel, Burley... 97,600
| Fannie Harria , FU Pr
}.^ f ,jy n w'ebster. Kimberly .... 95,380
oule ParUSi flooding . 94,510
u))ion Johnston. Arro .91,340
1 1<emulla , hamberlain. Buhl.. . 90.040
Älabel shurm. Glenns Ferry.... 87.740
Hazel B. Miller. Wendell. 87.410
L, Je Rt . Bllr ,e,. 70.040
Katie Djp|z Kimxma
|
97.200
96.460
. . . 68.720
Byrl Winters. Rt. 3, Buhl. 68,200
i, Ha germ an.. 65,370
_ 56,200
(Mrs. S. R.
ce Eldredge, Carey . ...
ji
Rotnoa Long, Rt. 1, Heyburn.... 59.210
Barbara Crowell, Dietrich ...
Nina Hazard, Hollister .
Min ni.
. . . 51.200
. . . 49,970
Ridgeway, Hansen . 48,290
Bessie Morgan. Moore . 42.960
Emma Smith, Kimberly . 39,110
Claire Ramsey. Oakle . 38.980
Mrs. Anna Raker. Atlanta. 33.140
'
Ruth Graybill, Filer . .
,S70
(ieta Allenback, Lenox ...
Bessie Wykoff, Kimbe-ly . 30,120
Mrs. Julius Sigmund. Hammett. 23.640
Bor.nie Marshall. Milr.er ...
Bernice Harper. Albion . . .
Nunna Fleming, Rt 3, Twin
Falls . .
.. . 32.790
28.040
27,810
_ 26.400
Ora Caldwell, Gooding. 26,280
Johanna. Schneider. Kimama...
,610
Fredia Bailey, Rt 2. Buhl . 25.120
Jennie Dudley, Hollister . 24,690
Fern Costello, Albion . 26,080
Edna Howard. F*ine .
Meta Sells. Milner ....
_ 23.870
- 23,690
Hartwell, Roseworth.. 23.600
Mrs. C.
Dean Smithwiek, Buh- .
Vera Jamison, Kimberly .
Mamie Stokes, Albion .
22,860
22.940
22,040
Mrs. J. H. Russell. Hammett... 21.600
Mrs. J. Emery, Rogerson . 21,360
Mary A. Smith. Carey. 20,840
Sylvia Salmon, Burley .19.490
Mrs. W. W. Cook. Shoshone .... 17,380
Mrs. N. 1. Jordan. Buhl.16,980
Nina Ring. Rt 3. Buhl. 16.PS0
16,760
Mrs. E. M. Steele.- Jerome .... 14,920
Rosie (Mark, Carmen . 1L7P0
Lida Little, Oakley. 14,600
Flossie Dahlquist, Oakley . 14.380
Grace Ridgeway, Kimberly.... 14,610
Mrs. Frank Reed, Oakley . 13,900
Florence Fry, Moore . 13,840
Julia Robertson. Rt. 2. Rupert. . 12,390
Mrs. Edw. Miller, Dietr» » .... 11.980
Inez Swasey, Moore
Claire Lord, Rupert
11,910
Fannie Pattoh, Leadorè . 11.690
Mrs. W. T. Wells. Dietrich .11.690
Q
DISTRICT No. 4
• Consists of Power, Bannock, To- •
ton, Madison, Jefferson, Bon- •
nevillt, Bingham, Fremont. •
Custer, Lemhi counties, and •
the remaining countiee in •
southeastern Idaho, together a
with all R. F. D routes in these •
countiee.
• ••••••••••••••a
Viola Wallace, Mackay
Leila M. Buster, Chains . 220,980
234,780
Bertha Gribble. Ashton .209.530
Abbie Marker. Driggg .204,980
Nelli® Hannifan, Pocatello .200,830
Meryle Jens
Valine
n. Shelley ........ 199,330
R. Black foot. IS 4,200
K«, Rexburg
I
.... 182,400
... .177,900
Mrs. Augusta Hines, Salmon.... 170, 500
Elizabeth Marker, Am. Falls.... 161,310
Myrtle Budge. A
Emma Smith, Sugar
Lottie Hammer, Rt. 8, Idaho
Falla . . .
Mary Ev;
is. Small . . .
Hazel
. Falls. 146,390
Hty.111,970
.110,760
May Newcomb, Aberdeen
Gwendolyn Robb. St Anthony.. 100,980
Lulu Kinghorn. Rigby
Peterson, Rt. 4, Idaho
105,360
.,100,970
Falls . .
... 93.910
May Weber, Idaho Falls .91.210
Amelia Wilson. Marysvlll®.. 89,740
Marguerite Nash. McCammon... 83.640
Mrs. A. N. Lish, Pocatello. 79,94a
Mrs. K. Irwin, Idaho Falls.
Betty
,860
Wilsofi, Mack ay
98 1
Winnie Whitney. Rexburg . 74,280
Marjorie Staley, Montpelier...
Mrs. Lizzie Stoddard,
( Victoria Briggs, Rigby
it'
Parker.. 69,750
. . . 69,300
... 61,210
. . . 60,929
. . . 59,760
. . . 53,640
. Blaekfool 49,300
Esther Hoskins, Vberdeen. 47.640
Alda Morris Neeley
Viola Mull«\i, Montpelier.... 42.649
Mrs. Mattie Session, Downey. . . 4 2,900
Oral Rieh. Basalt .
Thelma Egbert. Mar
Mrs. J. H. Gore. Downev
Mabel Shepnrd. Sugar Cit
Mrs. \V. A. Post. Rockland ... 37.640
Kate Burgraff, Roberts . 37.610
Anna Sullivan, i'layt
Mrs. O. C. Green. Tetonia. 36.820
Alfreds Johnson. Pingree.
France s Smith, D«
Relu J
Geneva
ney .
*s, Victor .
ira West. Dick«
La
Mrs. Net ta Renders«
42.690
... 42.100
ille .... 41.299
. . . 4«
33.90)
,26 >
37.090
.970
Ada Bean. Rt 3. Rexburg
Kdythe Stoker,
Ivie 1)
. . . 34.720
Pocatello . 31.980
in. Georgeto
Lila Rice. Parker
Winnifred Stephens. Bennington 31,68)
Goldie White, Blarkfoot_
Eliza Plast ino. Roberts _
Marguerite Van Akin, Rlackfoot. 29.600
18.760
11.760
n
31.690
. 30.720
. 29.960
Mary Robinson, Ucon ...
Mrs. A. E, Di v >n. Bate*. . , .
.9f>l
Mrs. Eva Glov<
-. Marysville_
.940
Florence Cunningham, Aberdeen
Wrighl, Bennington.
Marjory Holbert, Salmon . 27,490
.. 26.900
.. 26.730
27.64 >
27.630
Dollie Jones, Howe .
A ft on Driggs. Driggs.
Mrs. Elizabeth Clarkf Leadore.. 26,590
Grace Smith. Georgetown .... 25.980
Mrs. Birdie Chapman, Rt. 1,
Blackfoot . .
.... 23,040
- 22,720
.... 22.400
.... 21,970
.... 21,610
. 19,960
Mar. Roberts, »'arman . ...
Frances Hargis. Ashton ....
Belle Berrett. Menan.
Louis® liea.\itt, Arbon .....
Bee Griffin, Ucon . .
Veronica Dunford, Bloomington 19,760
Mrs. W. B. Wolfe. Rt. 3. Twin
Falls
18,62#
M*s Rachel Bowman, Rt. 4, Idaho
Falls.
Alice Dye. Basalt
Jane Buckland. Lewisville .... 17,040
. 18.620
17.940
TOMORROW
THE LAST DAY

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