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PRICK DROP TO
NEW LOW LEVELS!
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Peace News Knocks Bottom
Out of Prices on Chicago
Board and Bulls Have Noj
Support.
Germany's latest j
peace proposals swept wheat values'
mure sensationally down grade than ■
did the first pom e offer from Berlin
ihre days ago.
began this morn mg as soon nu the mar
ket opened. The immediate incentive ;
was the announcement from the Ger-i
'h lea go, Dec. 15.*
wild rush of selling j
man embassy at Washington that uni
versal limited disarmament would bei
discussed at any peace conference !
seeking to end the existing hostilities, j
The effect of the breaks in the New
York stock market and current reports
that Great Britain and hey allies at
least would not reject the peace offers
o itriglu left th ï wheat bulls with no
support
Despite some rallies on the
down, May wheat fell to 1.56 as som
pured with 1.66U to 1 .66®» at yester
day's finish. The market as a whole
ope. ed 3\4
May 1.57%
1.39 and th
mor than an hour.
Around midday the evening up
trades by dealers who surmised that!
the government crop report would j
prove bullish, rallied the market about j
3 cents but the report turned out toi
be bearish, showing the estimated!
yield of 32,000.000 more than the last j
previous returns.
ay
i.36 to j
wildly fori
to 9'» cents lower, with
to 1.63 and July
fluctuate
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CLOSING PRICES.
followed
and
market closed excited at 10'. to 12 r '„
Increased weakness
net lower.
Wheat—May 1.54, July 1.31 s .
19. July SSÇ.
Jul.l 4S 1 ..
27.0.1, July 26.75.
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in May.
;0
< hits - Ma:
Pork—January
PORTLAND WHEAT.
Portland, Dec. 15. --Wheat, lower, no j
10 down.
Spot bids 8 tt
1.35; fortyfold.
trading.
Bluesteni,
Red Russian, 1.28.
1.32(11 club. |
wheat.
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Minneapolis, Dec. 15. May
1.63 to 1.62 % ; July, 1.58 to 1.57 V
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
(Capital News Special Service.)
Hiicugo, Dec. 15.—Hogs—Market.
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fn io higher than yesterday's aver
Bulk, 9.70(010.10; light, 9.25(6) j
heavy, 9.65 (u !
age.
10: mixed, 9.55 Cn,(a 10.20;
10.25: rough, 9.65(h0.80.
Cattle—Market, steady. Native beet'!
cuttle, 0.90r<j 12.50: western steers, 0.90
(d'10.25; stockers and feeders, 4.75^1
ws and heifers, 3.75(fr 10.10; calves, j
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Market, strong. Wethers,!
ewes, 5.75(0 9.50; lambs, ll<y; j
8; ec
9 (U 12.25.
S.H i p
8.85 (a 10;
13.:
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Service.)
South Omaha, Dec.
ceipls, 10,800.
Buik. 9.55^9.85: top. 10; range, 9.25®)
10: mixed and butchers, 9.50(a 9.90 ;
good to choice heavy. 9.80(g) 10; rough
Ue
15.—Hi
Market, 5'a 10 higher.'
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heavy, 9.60igi9.80; light, 8.25 (<t 9.S0; pigs,
7 (a 9.10.
Cattle—Receipts, 1800. Market, slow
and stendy. Beeves, C.BOifii 11.60; cow
anil heifers. i.50(tr7.65. stockers and
feeders, 5.75 w 8.25; good western rang
ers, 7.75M9; poor to medium, 5.75®
7.75; calves. S'a 10.
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Sheep Receipts, 16.400, 16 loads di
rect. Market, 15<&25 lower. Withers,
8.25<ji9.50; yearlings, 8.5010.75; feed
ers, 70)8.50; lam be, 12.250)12.85; feed-I
ewes, 7.5008.60; feed
11Ö 12.30;
era,
ers,
507.25.
North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service.)
North Portland. Dec. 15.—Cattle—Re
ceipts 251. Market higher, no prime of
ferings. Best beef steers,
good, 6.7507; ordinary to lair, 606.50;
best beef cows. 5.7506.25; ordinary to
good cows,
6.25: bulls,
ers and feeders, 406; cows, 30 5.30.
36 0
• 3.60; best heifers, 60
0Ü; calves, 507; stock-j
Hogs—Receipts H35. Market steady.
Bulk of sales, 9.6009.65; prime heavy
hogs, 9.7509.85; light hogs, 9.6509.75;
good light hogs, 9.6009.65; rough
heavies, 8.5009; pigs and skips. 80
8.50; cripples, 8.
Sheep—Receipts 121. Market strong,,
25 cents higher. Best lambs, 9.50010.
best yearling wethers, 8.5008.75; best.
ewes, 707.25.
METAL MARKET.
New York Dee. 15.—Copper—Firm.
Electrolytic, first quarter, nominal;
cond and third quarters, $32.500 34.
Iron—Steady and unchanged.
The metal exchange quotes tin quiet.
spot, $42.75043,25; lead, 7.62Và07-87Vii.
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT.
In the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of Idaho, in and
for the County of Ado.
J. IL Black, receiver for the Idaho
Trust & Savings Bank, Limited, a cor
poration, plaintiff, versus H. J. Roan
and J. C. Johnson, defendants.
Notice is hereby given that a Writ
of Attachment was issued out of the
above entitled Court on December 8th,
1916, in an action wherein J. H. Black,
Receiver for the Idaho Trust &
Savings Bank, Limited, a corporation,
Is plaintiff, and H. J. Roan and J. C.
Johnson are defendants, attaching the
property tof said defendants to secure
the payment of *2083.00, together with
Interest, attorney fees and costs of
BUlt.
In Witness Whereof. I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the seal of
said Court this 11th day of December.
A. D.. 1916.
(SEAL)
Clerk of District Court, Ada
County, Idaho.
By OTTO F. PETERSON,
Deputy.
U. L Church, Atty for Pltff.
STEPHEN UTTER,
— Adv. D16,
Evening Capital M--.
Fubuaned every afternoon and Sunday
uiuruin. at Boise, Ida no, by
tue capital, news publishing
_ CU„ LIMITED.
WANTED.
Phone
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WANTED—Three fresh cows.
Ï3-J-2.
Top prices.
CAN use all your poultry.
Boise Poultry Co.
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collections.
WANTED—Accounts for
write Box 187, L jisc.
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WANTED—Sewing and washing to do
at home. 13US Idaho.
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WANTED—Young
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CHICKENS wanted. Will pay highest
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market price. Phono 31-J-4.
j WANTED—Clean w hite rags. Apply
to Capital News press room.
man wishes em
ployment of any kind. 1113 Ida. D16
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WANTED—Autoes to repair at Al
16til and Ban
Janlc
len'a repair shop,
nock. Phone ItiltS.

WANTED—Two agreeable persons tu!
share the same rooms, with board, |
at 1398 Idaho street.
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--FOR
WANTED—To borrow $7009 on city
property. See C. H. Packenham, 24tu
j and Bella Sis. Phone 1351J.
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A B. WHITE can ana aoes do better !
and cheaper plumbing work. 1 bring :
1309 Idaho.

PHONE W. J. Konrad for plumbing
and repairing; first Haas work; 1
prices right. 811-W. 510 State.
the shop. Phone 1902-J.
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TURKEYS wanted. Bring in now. Gives ,
us a chance to get shipments reu iy .
for the Christmas trade. Top prices. ]
Boise Poultry Co.
WANTED—An 18 or 20-inch Round
Oak or some other brand ui* large
heater. Will pay cash or trade a
gun or revolver for same. Phone 57.'»
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PURS WANTED—Remember Boise 1
Fur Co. pays highest prices for all ;
kinds of furs. Ship us your furs. \
We hold separate when requested; |
727 Mam St.
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WANT few heat horses to winter,
good hay, close, to Boise, $4.50 per
I month. Also will trade
j marc in foal for cows or heifers,
! 1701, care Capital Newa.
nd young
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■ith $1000
: WANTED—Man or woman
to take active partnership in excep- j
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tionally fine business proposition.
Money back in three months. Best
of references and business speaks
for itself. P. O. Box 364.
D15c
j HELP WANTED—$100 month. Get.
I government Jobs. Men and women
wanted. List of positions open free,
j Franklin Institute, Dept. 65-A, Roch
WANTED— HELP.
J 15c
ester, N. Y.
FOR RENT—Furnished.
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FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms.
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FOR RENT—Houses.
FOR KENT
2304 -J.
Modern bungalow. Phone
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RENT—6 and » room homes.
Phone 688-W.
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of 8 rooms, close
D16
RENT—Housi
Phone 19'» or 1577-J.
FOR
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R E N T—Modern
blocks from
Edward Stein Co.,
bungalow
Hotel.
No.
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Owy hec
109
10th.
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: FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms
modern home, 1 220 N'. 12.
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Spelter—Weak. Spot. East St. Louis
delivery, offered at ll%c.
A peculiarly clear, tough and dur
has been
able celluloid
invented in
vindshtelds.
England for automobile
sinte the beginning of the war about)
32.000 trucks have been shipped from
! ,his country to countries of Europe,
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REBUS.
Name of an American writer.
YF-'/f-.u/'S « > u V* VV EPS
Upside down note at right shoulder.
Gut land.
wanted help Ma.e
WANTED—Real men to »ell our line,
cash weekly; outfits free. Address, i
Capital City Nursery compuny, Sa- j
lem, Ore. J10
A GOOD POSITION CAN BE HAD BY
any ambitious youn.- man cr lady in
the n.Jway or commercial teleg
raphy. E nee the passage of the
eight-hour law by congress it lias
created a big demand for telegraph
operators. Positions paying *75 to
330 per month with muny chanoes
for advancement. It wi '. pay you to
v rite Railway Telegraph Ins't., of
Portland, Ore., for full particulars.
DS7
WE WANT you as our exclusive re
presentative in your towr and vi
cinity, providing you are over 30
years of age, have fair selling ab?l-|
it y and business training. If you
can furnish two references from
well known business men in your
first letter we will upon approval
offer you a permanent position with
a great future. Address, General
Manager, Western Pacific Oil and
Gas Co., Ltd., 608 Overland Building,
D16
Boise. Idaho.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—Tapestry, face and com
mon brick. Foster's brick yard, phone
2970.
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SALE—Cream separator, first
dass condition. 1206 E. Jeff. Phono:
217-W.
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Beautiful yellow singers, I
male and female, $3.50 per pair. 1211 !
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^R SALE—Drop head Singer sew-I
>"S machines cheap. Cali at 517
Washington BL D18,
FOR BALE
E. State.
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LOR SALE—Buff and Buff Transit I
with Solar attachment and trlpol.
205 McCarty Bldg.
MODERN up-to-date billiard parlor
for sale cheup. Inquire P. O. Box
243, Nampa, Ida.
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CHOICE selection of secoua hand
heaters
erts Bios., 9u6-8, Idaho a*.
The Company Bture, Rob- j
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FOR BALE—New No. 9 Oliver type
writer at a great reduction.
Gramkow, 3U5 B. 8th Bt. Phone 433
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COMBINATION bookcase and writing '
desk. Fine enough looking for any
home.
Dept.
$16.50. Jenkins Exchange
D16
GARLAND range, almost new, steel
top, six lid, 13-inch oven. Splendid
buy, $59. Jenkins Exchange Depl.
D16
FOR BALE—Baxa phone. Will trade
for set of »-ells. Write for particu
Koule 1, Box 29, Payette,
D16c
lars.
Idaho.
WHITE! WHITE! WHITEI WHITE!
Sewing Machines. Many goud bar
gains in Becond band machines from
$5 up. All machines guaranteed.
Machines for rent. Pioneer Tent &
Awning Co., Machine Dept.
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BIG REDUCTION ON ENGINES
! FOR the next 60 days we are going
to give 20 per cent discount on all
the gasoline and coal oil
we have in stock,
range from 3 to 8 horse power, mag
neto model, no batteries. Demonstra
tion any time. Come In and see them.
engines
These engines
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I and Main.
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F< it KALE—One slightly used 10 horse
power Stover engine . .ounted on
good steel truck. This engine will
give the same service as a new en
gine and can be bought fo>- one-half
the prices, it is now equipped with
battery ignition but can be changed
gneto If desired. Can make
terms to the right parties. Come
and see it. It you need an engine
this is your chance. Boise Carriage
& Implement Co., 14th and Main St.
to
D-23.
special:
SPECIAL!
| DO you need a gasoline or coal oil
engine? This Is your opportunity
to buy right. 20 per cent discount
on every engim in th. house. Every
engine must be sold in the next '.0
days. We have 3. 5 II. P„ 6 II. P.
i and 8 H. P. Internat onal make
modern and right up to date fully
equipped, Webster magnetos. No
battery required. No better engine
built at any price. Call and see
them. Will demonstrate at any
time. Boise Carriage & Implement
Co., 14th & Mu In.
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MONEY' MAKERS—Good cigar and
confectionery store on best street.
Sacrifice price $475; fine 55-foot
corner; lot cost $1200. Cash price
$550.00
160-aere ranch, best soil, good water;
improved, in Star and Eagle country,
cash 112,000—better now—sacrifice
by non-resident at $9500.00, monthly
terms. Private money to loan. Fur
nished and unfurnished houses to
rent. A country general store tak
ing in from $100 to $200 per day.
Stock invoices aboil $7009.00. Sell
at sacrifice. Schooler
Agency, Overland Bldg.
Starling
D-16
FOR SALE—Furniture.
FOR SALE—Furniture of
apartment. Apartment
gravla.
4 room
Bei
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1 COMPI4ÎTE suite of early English
dining room furniture consisting of
the following: six leather din
ing chairs: 1 45-Inch guaranteed ouk
dining table, 1 buffet, fifty inch, 1
china closet. All for *90 and in the
best of shape. Will sell cash price
separately. The Jenkins Furniture
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Co., Exchange Dept.
LOST.
LOST—3 saddle horses: one black,
roach mane, and 2 gray horses. No
tify Boise Butcher Co.. or call
Grover Miller, Phone 2132-J.
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LOST—Gold watch, chain and gold
nugget charm, between Dancelund
and Idanha hotel. Finder will be re
warded uy notifying P. O. Box 945,
Boise.
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*3500 FOR 10 acres close to Boise,
free water, 0-room house. E. C. Cojk, ;
021 Bannock St.
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FOR SALE—Real Estate.
*3500 for 10 acres close to Boise; free
water, 6-room house. E. C. Cook. 921;
Bannock St.
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FOR LALE—Several good homestead
relinquishments in Melba
Address C. I. Cushman, Nampa, lu;
country.
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FOR SALE—Lots 15 and 16, block 30,
La mb er ton addition. $2ÜU cash, bal- ;
ance $10 per month; state your offer.
L. Stillwell, Caldwell, K. 4.
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Boise, Idaho, 021 Bannock St.
8 miles
$5500 for 320-acre dry far
from Eagle, well improved, living
springs, good buildings. E. C. Codk,
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HAVE some inquiries lor sagebrush
land lu the Kuna country. Shall be
glad to Hat what you may desire ' o
Hell. D. K. ilubbaru, Kuna, Idaho, t*
FOR BALE—10 acres on car line, good
house, barn; 3 acres clover, lota o'.' 1
fruit and berries, lu years' time, 8
Address 1656, Capital News. !
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per cent.
FuH SALE—-80 aores state land under |
Arrowroek dam water. Pay for an- |
provenants now, balance 4u years
tlme, will take sheep or cattle as
part payment. E. M. Rogers Agency.
Boise, Idaho. D31
FOR SALE—$133 per acre for choic
est 108 acres near Kuna, every foot
choice and in cultivation and hay,
fine 8-room house, good buildings,
orchard, woven wire fence, and paid
up New York water. E. C. Cook,
921 Bannock St.
If
OWNER now living in east must sell
a modern, except furnace, 6-room I
liousc and barn. North part of city, l
block to car Une; 1 block from paved
street. Price $3100. Terms, 6 per
cent on balance. P. B. Earle, box
2,9, Boise. Phono 10
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BALE—80-acre ranch known as
W. G. McElroy ranch, one- liait' mile
southwest from Beatty station for
$130 per acre, part cash and balance
long lime at 6 per cent interest. This
is an old improved ranch with 00
inches Ridenbaugh water. Hugh E.
McElroy, Empire Bldg.
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FOR SALE
40 ACRES, two miles north of Coun
cil, Idaho, all in hay; frue water for
irrigation, fenced, no buildings Price
z$2o00. Terms,
169 ACRE'S, IV» miles from Murphy,
Idaho; partly cultivated, lays fine.
Good soil. Pries *8599 with water
paid. Terms. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
D16
ARE YOG LOOKING FOR AN 1N
veatmeut and a beautiful home—20
rooms well furnished, close in. Sit
uated on car line. Placlty of ground,
gool lawn with flowers. Renting
for $1800 yearly. Purchaser can rent
three well furnished apartments and
reserve one apartment for home.
Price right ,terms reasonable. Ad
dress 1641 care of Capital News. D18
HAVING taken over iny real estate
and loan business again, and wish
ing to renew my list of farm lands,
1 am now prepared to handle any
farms and farm lands that are good,
and that have a good water right,
If you wish to sell lands or farms
see me, or if you wish money on
them I have some tt loan. E. C. Cook,
921 Bannock St.
NOTICE.
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SEE WTLSON-SMITH
1023 Main St.
80 ACRES, paid up water right 65
acres cultivated, $75 per acre.
INCOME property close In; large cor
ner lot, one of the best deals in
Boise; will consider some trade.
160 acres, near school and railroad,
paid up water right, at $66 per acre.
WE have buyers for 5, 10 and 20-acre 1
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List them with us.
traits.
CHEAP LAND.
RARE chance to buy 70 acres of land
in famous Grandview valley wherel
30,000 tons of alfalfa are gr own and
sold every year at higher prices than
obtai ed elsewhere because of thej
advantageous conditions there fori
winter feeding of sheep. Because
the long summer season the alfalfa
yields from 6 to 8 tons per acre. Is
located near head of canal and ad
Join« It, Is easily Irrigated, drains
well, ready for th- plow and part-!
Good spring water near
ly fenced.
place. Shallow artesian well
adjoining property,
selling. May consider
cheap for cash.
McCall. Idaho.
Reason for
trade, but!
Addres Box 566,
Sun-Tues-l'ri-D15
FOR HIRE.
16th
Ban
FORD autos for hire.
Phone 1616 or 635-W. Jar.-lc
nook.
TO TRADE
FOR TRADE—City property in I
catello for improved furm lands.
Phone 27-J-l. Address William Phil
lips, R. D. No. 2, Boise. Idaho. D20c
*1500.90; business und a Ford uuto-;
mobile to trade for land, or stock or
both. Noah W. Strunk, 364 Sonna
bldg. tr
SIX-room modern house on car line.
FOR SALE
Livestock
Horses, Cattle and
Livestock of every
_kl nd._
FOR SALE—Duroc Jersey brood sow
and pigs. 69-J-3, evenings.
D18
109 very choice registered Shropshire
ewes.
109 very choice registered
• s lambs.
L. S. DUNHAM, Meridian. Idaho, it
Business Cards and Professional Directory
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ATTORNEYS.
ASSAYERS.
LUMBER YARDS.
*• COEV1N, 4- , Merino B.dg.
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IUELAN
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tiLsLsluTT c\c ÜL.A.LY, Empire Blau, if
J. BUG AKT, Attorney, Over land Blk, tf
B. T\ NLAL, 015 Empire. Jr hone i&i. tf
cj * ' 1 ' Eingenfelter, 3U1-3 ldaiiu Bidg. If
il L OH E. >1'EE1 ;o Y. 6UD Empire Bldg.
CLINTON H. HAUTS ^N, Empire Bldg.
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W.M. C. DUNBAR, 321-222 Idaho Bldg.
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D. L. YOUNG, 615 Empire. Phone 1L7- '
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LUCAS & M ADAMS, 215 Idaho Bldg,
HARRY Ö. 1LEBBLER, 613-21 Empire. 1 ;
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OPPENHEIM
Idaho Bldg.
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~ AKH1 , ;R & DAVISON. Lawyers. 323
^ ldallo Bld „
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RICHARDS & 1UGA, Lawyers, fifth
floor, Idaho Bldg.
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J. K. GOOD, Attorney, room 392 Sonna
Bldg. Phone 319-W.
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Rooms 609-19,
CHAS. F. REDDGCH,
ldallo Bldg.
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s. T. (SCHREIBER, mining and cor
poration law,,419 Idaho Bldg.
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MARTIN & MARTIN. Attorneys-at
law, rooms 503-4-5, Idaho Bldg.
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CLAUDE W. GIBSON, Law and Lund
Practice, 6th floor Empire Bldg, tf
WYMAN & WYMAN, Attorneys, 206
20S Boise Gity National Bank Bldg, tf
PERKY & BK1NCK, GENERAL LAW
practice, 304-3ÜS McCarty Bldg. Pli.
100. _tf
ABSTRACTS.
üOIBE TITLE & TRUST CO., Idaho
Phone 474
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Bid.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ADA COUNTY ABSTRACT COM
pany, Mode Bldg C. B. Coxe, Mgr, tf
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
IGNITION AND BAT
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WESTERN
TERY CO., 119-121
284-J. _
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AUTO TRIMMINGS.
arid
ps re
See Heide, 1521 Main Bt. tf
Automobile trimmings
covered.
BOARD AND ROOM.
ROOMS, with or without bor.rd, 1124
Bannock. Phone 528.
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LUNCH at the Case House 25c; di
ncr 33c; 1124 Bannock Phone 923.
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rouMS. withor without board. Rates
reasonable. Pacific hotel. Phone,
137.
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FURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS, rooms, roon Angus hotel,
corner lltli and Main streets; up-to
date rooms with hot uni cold run
ning water in each room; very rea
sonable rates; competent landlady in
charge.
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1 WATCH AND CLOCK RE1 AIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins. 7607 Idaho St.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
WATCH DOCTOR.
Main spring, $1; cleaning, $1; Wilkin
son, new location, 1015 Main.
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NEW Palace Cute at 714 Main street,
everything new or changed. Every
thing the market affords will be on
the table. Try us
J. A. KUton, Prop.
■e. Mr. and Mrs.
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of stove repairs; if tve haven't what
ant we can get it. The Corn
store. 906-s Idaho Bt
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STOVE REPAIRS.
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NINETEEN
Touring Car.
first cluss condition.
Will sell right. Box 1515.
Idaho.
Seventeen Studebaker
Bought In August, in
New tires.
Boise,
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USED \ND REBUILT AUTOMO
BILES.
1 Cole Big «. 70-h. p. passenger.
1 Hudson. 6-cyltncer
a tlst er.
] Willys- Knight, 5-pussenger.
1 Buiek Si:
1 Buiek 37
Cull or write for price und demon
stration.
-passenger.
5-pa
enger.
SHANK AUTO CO.
Caldwell, Idaho.
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INTERUPoJAN LINES.
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BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM
PANY.
Leave Boise fur Eag'.c, Star. Mlddie
and Caldwell: . m. 7:00, 8:o0,
'9:30, 11:00; p. in. 1:00, 2:90, 2:00
4 . ()0i S;S0 - ;0Ui 9:O0i u 0 9.
Leave Boise for Meridian,
iin( j Caldwell: a. m. 6:30,
i ip; so. 12:00, noon. p. m
3:30, *4:30, 6:00, 6:30, H:00 9:30. jl:O0.
•To Mîrldlan und McDermott only.
Boise to Duncan Station: Leave
Boise, a , m, *6:20, *7:06; p. in. 12:05,
5:05. 6:05.
Duncan Station to Boise: Leave
Duncan, a. in., *6:43, *7:30, p. m. 12:*0,
6:30, 6:*0.
•Dallv execn* Bunds va
ton
Nampa,
7'30, 9:09,
1:20, 2:30.!
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FOR SALE OR TRADE.
: WILL sell or trade, a fine toned cello
ill perfect shape. One of the best in
struments iu Boise. Can be seen at
Kellermau Piano Co.
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A. G. V AN EMaN, ASSATEK. CHEM
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ist. Metallurgist., New location. 1113
Main St.
Phone 3»4
AUTO TOPS.
only tirai-ei;
lop maker in
au*
R. Atkina, 'it S. lJth.
Idaho.
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ACCOUNTANTS.
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BOISE A unit Co., C. Van Lkuaen, Box.
lihü. Expert accountant; scientific
syst latizer. Rhone 1411-J.
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BARBER SHOP.
iGc; shave, 15c. American 1
M30c
shop ; 626 Main.
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CHINESE PHYSICIANS,
CANCER.
POWELL, cancer specialist, 356 j
Sonna Bldg., t Boise,* Idaho.
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DR. G. LOOK. CHINESE DOCTOR;
707 Idaho Street,
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DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac-i
tiee in Boise, 215 S. 9th Street. f'
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DR. C. K. AH FONG. 219 N. 7th St.. 40
years in Idaho, Box 133, Boise, Ida. if
DR. WING i.EE ToNG Co., treats with
Chinese herbs, toots and medicine.
Careful tieatmeni assured the afflict
ed. otfke 612 Idaho street.
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CHIROPRACTORS.
C. U. UL KT, D. C„ 3-4 Hotel Brand, if
A. E. LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg.
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CHIROPODIST.
'. o. Bt H i', U. S. C., 3-i Hotel Brand, tf
COLLECTIONS.
WvsHnn Reporting & Credit Co., 4C3
4*»4 M '( 'arty Buig. Phone 523.
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CLEANERS AND DYERS.
CITY DI E WORKS—Cleaners of fancy
tluwns, gents' suits dry or steam
cleaned. Branch office, P. 44. Works
1395.
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CALL tue Pa.itoriurr for garment;
cleaning, pressing, altering or re
pairing. Phone 192c. Office, 1107
Main.
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DAY NURSERY.
DAY NURSERY', upen all hours. Phone
2636W.
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DETECTIVE AGENCY.
UN S"m-T A S:x 1 ïo'r UVe A * enC U
DENTIST.
bit. DRESSER, 592 Overland Bldg, tf
DR. CARPENTER, 212 IDAHO BLDG.
DR. SHELTON, Yates Bldg. Ph. i51. tf
DR. VALKER, ROOM 339 YATES
Bldg. Qua given. Phone 2618.
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EYE, EAR AND THROAT.
DR. ED MAXEY, OCCULIST AND
Aurist, 204-6 Idaho Building.
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DK. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE
and threat. 518-26 overland Bldg, tf
DR. BRANDT—EAR, NOSE AND
Throat; 297-9 Overland Building.
DR. R. L. NoURSE—E. e, Ear. Nose
and Throat; 1)6-7 overland Bldg.
FURS REMODELED.
AUSTIN Fur àt Millinery Co., Eighth
and Jefferson. Phone 628W.
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FLORISTS.
LolSE FLORAL CO.. 11] N. 8th St.;
s, floral designs. U
choice cut flow
BAYHULSE FLORAL CU, 814 Alain
St., Boise. Cut flowers, plants or
designs.
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HOMEOPATHY
DU. liULVERSoN, 317 Empire Bldg.
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HAIR GOODS.
PARIS FASHION HAUL STORE—
Leading sanitary beauty punurs and
specialists in hair goons, leu4 Main
street. Phone 53. _
HOME PORTRAITS.
BURNS. Phone 1298-W.
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HARNESS OILING.
HARNESS OILING—Double harness
oiling, $1. Single harness oiling, 50c.
Repairing neatly done. Heide, 1521
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M;
iSt.
INSURANCE.
SEE P. M. DAVIS for general insur
ance. Your patronage solicited.
Overland Bid;.
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UUX'T DELAY, Join tlie big safety
tlrst family. Insuru with the Tale'
Agency. 2106-J.
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JEWELRY REPAIRING.
A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and
jeweler, at 798 Main.
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JOB PRINTING.
A. Cm. KJCKNAKD. 806 Ban., Phone 176.
JOB PRINTING— BEST EQUIPPED
p'a^ In the state for ail kinds of Job
prtu ting.
Capital News
Idaho Street.
Le^al blanks a specialty
Puuush»ng Co., 717
LAND ATTORNEY.
A. B. EATON. Scrip. 603 Idaho Fid?, tf
LADIES' TAILORING
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LADIES TAILORING—-Mrs. K.
rest, 811 1-2 Idaho St.
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W. U. KIDENBAUGH. DEALER IN
native lumbei. Oregon shingles, also
liuoiiugs, doors, windows, mouldings
and building material. Main and 4th
958.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
H. E. M'KLRUY, Empire Bldg.
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CHILDS & CO., 30-31 Falk Bldg.
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W. SCOTT NEAL, farm Loan Man. tf
THE NEWHUUSK INV.
CO., Sonna
Blk.
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ON
chattels c. salary.
Reasonable
rates 403 McCarty Bldg., Box J87. tf
LOANS made
*i real estate, chattels,
policies and collaterals. Carter. Me
Carty Bldg.
FARM AND CITY LOAN».
ANY size. No delay; :0D North Eighth
st- Eruce * l ' M Loau & Tru8t c '°
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MONUMENTS.
T. F FELTNER, 1815 Main St.
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OPTICIANS.
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Globe Optical Co.
Eyes examined. Vac -
tory on the premises.
908 Main St
OPTOMETRIST.
I M. D. FLEMING.
! Room 3, Gem Bldg.
OPTOMETRIST.
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BOISE OPTICAL
COMPANY.
1003 Main St.
Dr. E. S. Owen.
Optometrist.
We put the E E's in
Phone 24*5
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OSTEOPATHS.
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DR. CHARLES W. KINGSBURY, 4th
j floor Idaho Bldg.
DR. CARRIE FREEMAN, Idaho Bldg.
! DR. H. D. M ORRIS, 204 Sonna Blk. tl
DR. HANDY, 622 State.
Phone 684.
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Pr. 896. tf
DR. WALTER S. KINGSBURY,
Idaho Bldg. Phone 337.
RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath.
Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg.
*21
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PHOTOGRAPHERS.
S ™ MPER - C °r- 9th Idaho. Phon.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
MISS A. DUNLAP, 30* Overland Bldg.
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PLUMBING & HEATING
ACME PLUMBING & HEATING CO,
Ltd Adelmann Bros., managers;
modern plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work. 622 Idaho BL Phons 164.
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PIANO TUNING.
1 !.. ROBINSON, Wise Plano House, tf
RUBBER STAMPS.
A. G. KENN ARP, 806 Ban., Phone IT*.
SOCIETIES.
BOISE LODGE No. 2. A. F.
& A. M„ meets every Tues
day evening in Maaonio halL
1 Visitors welcome. Charles O.
, Nelson, Secretary.
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ORIENTAL LODGE No. M,
A. F. A A. M., regular meet -
'ngs every Friday, Masonic
hull. Sojourners welcome.
Perry C. Marshall, Sac'y.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Most the
first and third Tuesdays at St. John's
Hall, 8th and Fort Sts. Visiting
Knights welcome. Frank F. Church,
Fin. Secy.. 321 N. 8th St.
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SECOND HAND STORE
FOR BARGAINS—Sam's second hand
106 N. 11th, Phone 41«.
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storo.
COOK STOVES and ranges. Herfuith
& Niekles, 1011 Idaho.
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WE buy second hand furniture. Pio
neer F'urniture Company, >01 Idaho
Street. Phone 385.
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WE pay the best prices for second
hand furniture and we will exchange
Jenkins
your old pieces for new.
Furniture Co. Phone 569.
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SHEET METAL WORK
GENEREUX & BUTLER. 151 & Ith.
Phone 527 -W.
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SHOE REPAIRING
RIEBE & COOPER, 7Î0 Main.
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RIEBE & COOPER, 82* Idaho.
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FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop.
tal News Bldg. _
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TAXIDERMIST.
R, W. I.IMBERT & CO„ 123 So. 11th. tf
TYPEWRITERS.
RENT A REMINGTON — Get perfect
results; visibles, *3 for one moBtb;
*7.50 for 3 months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payments apply __
purchase Remington Typewriter Co,
256-7 Sunna Mdg., Boise. Phone 1(J.
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VETERINARY SURGEON.
DR G. E. NOBLE. BREEDER OP
Shire horses and Shorthorn cattle, tf
VIOLIN MAKER.
Robert Ballot at'Sampson Music Co. tf
Well Drilling and Digging.
i ASHLEY A NEELEY, Ph. 117 or »BI

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