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AFTER CHRISTMAS.
Find poor father.
REBUS.
Nam* of a State.
YESTERDAY'S ANBWERB.
Upper left comer down note in arm.
Earwig.
ARMY CHEWING GUM.
According to very remarkable figures
Just published, the English have sud
denly become a nation of ^um chewers,
and the leading manufacturers are able
to claim that within six months they
have increased their monthly sales
from 3,000,000 to 20,000,0^0 bars. It
has been suggested that tt|e habit has
Ä l To d I { c t u b r ^Ärrl:
can's fondness for chewing gum, but
we are assured that they have nothing
to do with it. 1 he spread of the habit
is purely n triumph of natural weak
ness and advertising. Thfe most en
thusiastic adherents a gd>od word
are said to be not women clerks but
soldiers and munition workers, with the
navy a fair third. It seeips that fori
the past four years chewinjg gum has
been sold at army and navjy canteers,
but it was not until this last great ad
vance that it was issued as an army
ration. The soldiers' theorÿ is that it
steadies his nerves to have something
to chew on, and it certainly keeps his
otherwise parched throat' moist in
times of stress. There Is a 1 story of a
wounded man kept alive fob five days
by the saliva-inducing ghm, and a
good yarn about a flying Iman who
used his wad to plug a bul|let-hole in
his petrol tank—not an advertised use.
London retailers tell me that for years,
HEALTH IS WBMJ
byJohrv B.H\xber. A.M..M.D.
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Health it a credit with the bank of nature.
Direct Causes Of Asthma II.
ANY odors will produce paroxysms In the asthmatic of pitch,
phosphorus aiid sulphur, of chemical vapors; the emanations of
dogs, cats, horses, hares; the smells of such plants as Ipecac,
and of flowers as perhaps, the rose; grasses and the pollen of
p.auts produce asthma, which Is a disease of the bronchial tubes; the
difference Is only in the site of the affection, which In hay fever Is the
nasal cavity.
Climate plays a great part In the development of asthma; and
here the matter Is almost wholly one of Idiosyncrasy of peculiarity In
the Individual. Extreme« of temperature—excessive dryness or, on
the other hand, exceesive moisture, may Induce the seizure. Thunder
storms will in some bring bn attacks. As to climate we can fairly well
differentiate two classes ot patients; those who suffer from dampness,
combined with either heat br cold, and those who are especially affected
by clear atmospheres, In Which them is not sufficient change of air—
as In deep valleys and thick forests. In the latter cases a breeze
springing up will relieve the attack.
Next among direct causes are lung troubles such as bronchial Inflam
mation or consumption, ot emphysema and spasm of the midriff; or
tumors In the lung pressing on Important nerves. For indirect causes
of asthma the history of the patient has to be minutely considered.
People who have had malaria, whooping cough and measles are likely
to develop asthma. Heredity and family factors have been traced in
forty per cent, of cases. The disease may "run In families," whose
nervous machinery Is characteristically unstable; other members of
such families, if they have not asthma, may instead have migraine or
neuralgia, or neurasthenia, or epilepsy. Hereditary and family ten
dency may not manifest Itself In asthma until late In life; although
the children of asthmatics may give evidence of asthma during attacks of
Influenza or coryza. In the gouty, especially late in life, asthmatic
seizures may alternate with Joint affections. Those who have had
syphilis In youth may have asthma later In life.
THE VEGETARIAN.
1. Are thëre any
objections to a vegetable diet?
P. R. writes:
2 .
Fan one who uses milk, butter and
cheese, but no other anlmkl food
1. It is not sufficiently
nourishing or concentrated t;o be a
■ole human diet. To my m^nd the
strict vegetarian falls In a realiza
tion of the necessary though often
times seemingly cruel laws of na
lure. 2. Not strictly a vegetarian.
occause those products are knimal
»nd not vegetable. 8. The Cereals
(oatmeal, etc.), peas, corn, barley,
macaroni, potatoes, arrowroot, rice,
isgo, dates, bananas, tapioca, figs,
Lima beans, fruit, in general,
iplnach, string beans, onions, pelery,
lomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, car
rots, sprouts, asparagus, etc. These
products contain «11 the necessary
food elements, but not In quantity
sufficient to sustain the system; very
product be called a vegetarian? 3.
Will you please suggest a fek vege
table foods which are easily procur
able but which contain all the nec
essary food elements?
Answer:
Thit column it devoted to disease prevention; to physical and mental
iygiene; to domestic, industrial and public sanitation; to the promotion of
\calth; efficiency and long life. The latest developments in medical science
will be presented. Questions o/igeucral interest will be answered here, space
permitting—all others by mail if stamped return envelope is enclosed.
Requests for personal diagnosis^ treatment cannot, however, be considered
to any way
they have had a steady sale among
English people of all classes, chiefly
men, and that the demand has In
creased greatly this year, but they do
not think our civilians have as yet be
come slaves to the habit.—Manchester
Guardian.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Irene Coffin, to H. H. Bryant, lots
1, 2. 3. block 19 original to'.vnsito of
Boise.
Melvin L. Carlton to Harry H. Kel
ly, 1600; east half northwest quarter,
section 34, township 3 north, range 2
cast.
Joseph C. Thrailkill to Louis W.
Thrailklll, lot 1 and north 20 feet of
lot 2, block 18, North Locust Grove
arrition to Boise.
Louis Thrailkill to Martha S. Thrail
kill, lot 1 and north 20 feet of lot 2,
block 18, North Locust Grove addition
to Boise.
W. L. Nelson to Grover C. Davidson,
$2700, south half southeast quarter]
northeast quarter, section 10, township
3 north, range 1 west.
Polk Directory cr canyon dem,
Washington and Adams counties now
off the press. Write for particulars, R.
L. Polk & Co., Globe Bldg. Seattle.
Wash.—Adv.
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WHERE COMPETITION IS KEEN.
"Eat slowly and y
says an eastern physician. Especially
at our boarding house.—SI. Paul Piu
neer Press.
will eat less,
BOARD AND ROOM.
LUNCH at the Case House 25c; din
ner 35e; 1124 Bannuck Fhoue 323. tf
ROOMS, wither without board. Rates
reasonable. Pacific hotel. Phone,
137.
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business opportunity
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
AN established manufacturer wants
general Salesmanager to open office
and rnana gr e salesmen; $3üü to $700
capital necessary; money making
possibilities unlimited. Will pay ex
penses 1 Chicago if you are man we
want. Acme Brass Works, Inc., 1012
Republic Bldg., Chicago. Wed O.—tf
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ttt a arm An t* a mnr« *
WANT AD RATES #
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• j c a word per day. •
• ß c a word per week, 7 Insertions.
17c a word per month, 30 inser
tions.
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FURNISHED ROOMS.
ROOMS, rooms, roor , Angus hotel,
corner 11th and Main streets; up-to
date rocr a with hot and cold run
ning water in each room; very rea
sonable rates, competent landlady in
fhargA.
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PROFESSIONAL ADS
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Minimum charge 15c.
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little muscle material, too much use
less and b iky residue.
LIGHTING.
Answer to F. A. YV. :
wa Y to Judge of the lighting of a
building Is to use ihe Snellen test
cards. If a given line only can be
read whilst the observer Is able to
read the normal in proper light,
then the factory or workshop light
Is defective Just that much. For
example, If the Inspector reads tn a
good light the 20-foot line to that
distance, but is compelled to go to
a distance of 15 feet to read It In
the factory the light Is five
t'vdotlethj or one-fourth deficient,
may be due to Insufficient win
dow s P ar ® or » ma y b ® to dirt
on tHo «rlass. In any case It should
cf' a ' a 'y corrected because It Is
conducive to diseases <«*P«etaUjr
tuberculosis), to accident liability,
and , u 'V"*" 0 "* t0 th< ! eye * of °P'
erat lves doing fine work,
The easiest

WANTED
WANTED— Accounts foi collections:
write Box 167, I'jIm.
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WANTED—Sewing anl warhing to do
at home. 1308 Idaho.
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WANTED—Clean white rage. Apply
to Capital News press room.
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WANTED—Fresh eggs and good ranch
butter. Beal s Grocery, 1206 E. Jef
ferson.
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LOAN wanted on deeded homestead;
crll owner Capital News. Square
deal; n" medium J18C
WANTED—Autoes to repair at Al
16tli and Ban
Janie
lea's repair shop,
nock. Phone 1616.
WANTED—Two
reeable persons to
share the same rooms, with board,
at 1308 Idaho street.
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WANTED—A partner to invest $400 in
promising enterprise. No women.
"Livestock" care Capital News. tf
PHONE W. J. Konrad for plumbing
and repairing; first class work;
prices right. 811-W. 610 State.
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A. B. WHITE can ana aoos do better
and cheaper plumbing werk. 1 bring
the shop. Phone 13U2-J. 1308 Idaho.
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FURS WANTED—Remember Boise
Fur Co. pays highest prices for all
kinds of furs. Ship us your furs.
We hold separate when requested;
727 Main St.
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WAN T ED—HELP—Maie
WANTED - Real men to sell our line,
cash weekly; outfits free. Address,
Capital City Nursery company, Sa
lem, Ore.
MEN. LEARN AUTOMOBILE RE
pairing, driving, welding, ignition,
battery work, machine shop pruc
tice, in best equipped auto school in
the country; established 1905; 3000
successful graduates. We help stu
dents earn their living. Write for our
FREE Twelfth Anniversary offer,
National liool of Engineering, Los
Angeles, Cal.
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A GOOD POSITION' CAN BE HAD BY
any ambitious youn; mail or lady in
the rt.lway or commercial teleg
raphy. E nee the passage of the
eight-hour law by congress it has
created a big demand for telegraph
operators. Positions paying *75 to
*80 per month with many chances
fur advancement. It wl pay you to
write Railway Telegraph las t., of
Portland, Ore., for full particulars.
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Ved. ft Sun. tf.
WANTED, HELP—Female
WANTED—Competent woman for gen
cral housework, 521 Idaho.
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W PY1M X LD—XT LLP.
HELP WANTED—$100 month. Get
government jobs. Men and women
wanted. List ot positions open—free.
Frankim Insti.ute, Dept. 66-A, Roch
ester, IS. Ï. Jlöc
jbOR RENT—APARTMENTS
UR REN i'—6-ruuin heated apartment.
Phone 2221-J.
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FURNISHED APARTM'TS
FUR RENT—3-room neatly furnished
brick apartment, ground flcox - , close
in; *11.
irand Ave.
12ul
Wed.--Sun. tf
L OR RENT—Furnished,
1UR RENT—-Two
il U Wash.
turuisueil rooms.
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FOR
HEX T— Farn is he d
Phone 2304-J.
bungalow.
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FUR RENT-—Furnished ruom, modern,
pnone 1675-J.
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KOUAlb, With
Bannock. Phune ,28.
Without botrd, 1124
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j FOR RENT—Furnished 5 rooms
j bath, also 2 unturnished rooms near
capital. Call at 610 btate. Phone
I 811-YV. tf
and
FOR RENT—Houses.
PARTLY FURNISHED 7-iooin house;
012 Bannock.
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FOR KENT—5 and 6 room Uoases.
Phone 688-W.
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FOlt RENT—id acres, house and barn;
Boise HU 4.
near Whitney school.
P. H. Strange.
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BuR RENT—7-room modern house on
bench; easy walking distance; in
quire Phono 1060- W. T L Sun. & W.
FOR RENT—Fine 6-room, brick, mod
ern house, with furnace, range and
fireplace, in walking distance. A. H.
Eaglcson ft Sons, 206-7 Sonna Blk.
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Fou KENT—Eight-room house, dose
in; only two blocks lrom post office;
all newly tinted, water paid;
easily rent enough rooms to pay
rent; *25 per month. Harry Krebs,
9u6 Bannock St. Phone 976.
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M1SCELLANEOUS.
WASTED—Clean wmle rags at Capital
New« office. Apply at pie*« room in
the busemenL
WATCH DOCTOR.
Main spring, *1; cleaning, *1; Wilkin
son, new location, 1616 Main.
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WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guuiauleed.
Dwight Perkins, 5667 Idaho St. tt
PUT THE CATITAL NEWS WANT
Ada to work for you. Let them do
the hard work; "they're used to It."
STOVE REPAIR8.
We are «till headquarters for all kinds
of stove repaire; If we haven't what
you want we can ge* 1L The Com
paiiy Store. 906-8 Idaho St
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FOR HIRE.
FORD autos for hire. 16th &
nock. Phone 1616 or 635-W. Jan-lc
Ban
FOR SALE— Real Estate. 1
160 ACRES in Long Valley. Write,
phone or call Mr. C. L. Pratt, Stag
Rooms.
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FOR SALE—10 acres on Macadam
road at a bargain, price, terms. Car
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ter, McCarty Bidg.
■Three 5 room modern
FÜR S
houses
Carter, McCarty Bldg.
-U.E
sîit *1400, *1500 anl *1000 each..
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FOR TALE—Several good homestead
relinquishments In Melba
Address C. 1. Cushman, Nampa, n.u.
country.
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FOU JSAL.E 13 Ï OWNER—80 acres, halt
Brain; ail luuced,
per
in ulialiu, nail
paiu up wi
write iOOu Capital News.
>8i
er right.
It
HAVE some inquiries tor «sagebrush
land in tne ivuau country, öüau ho
giuci to list wi.ui you may desire 'o
boil xj. ix. îxuoüaru, aunu, luano. tf
SEE WILSON-SMITH.
1023 Main Street
FOR REN x
FARM, cash rent, can give possession
now.
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FUR BALE—160 acres in cultivation;
grain unu allalia, »86 per aere, paid
up water ngin, small umkiiugs; lu
eated 3 1-2 i..i.es from Boise on grav
uirect
1661 Uapltll
s> ni n buy.
el n
with owner.
Tsevva.
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FUR BALE—80-acre run Hi known as
W. U. McElroy ranch, one-hulf mile
southwest from Beatty stuuou fur
*13U per acre, part cuan and balance
long time at 6 per cent interest, inis
is an eld improved ranch with 60
inches uinenuaugh water, Hugo L.
McLlroy, Empire Bldg.
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50, lo and 5 a.cres, well improved, in a
well locatei town in Caiilorma, to
trade for land acre.
160 Acres, an in crop, 4u acres alfalfa,
fenced, paid up water, small uuild
liigs,, no ulaali, very best uiiullu and
grain .unu, near Ontario. Trade tor
good city property. Price $10,000.
NOAH STRUNK.
36-1 Senna Bldg.
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AFTER JANUARY 1ST THESE WILL
BE HIGHER.
ONE of the best cafes in city to sell
cheap, some terms, you can pay for
the place during Ihis winter.
FARM to rent of 60 acres; well im
proved; good water; near gravel
road on interurban car line; good
soil; good buildings. Will rent cheap
for the quality of the land.
GOOD cigar, confectionery store and
restaurant on best street in city;
price *445, 55-foot corner lot, walk
and curb, cost *1200 cash, our price
*550. Country general store in best
agricultural district, near railroad,
taking in from *100 to *200 a day,
making money; stock and buildings
run about *7000; sell at a sacrifice.
Fine houso and lot, close in, finely
furnished, cost *6000, price now *4250.
Good hotel, medium size, one of the
best in the city; taking in nearly
*1000 a month, for sale cheap on i
terms. Private money to loan. Fur- !
nished and unfurntshea houses to
rent.
SCHOOLER-STARLING AGENCY.
Overland Bidg. Phone 358.
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FOR SALE.
FOB SAEE—Dressed beef, quarters or
halves. Phone 5R2.
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FOR SALE—Second hand cash regis
ter; good condition. Box 752.
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FUR SAEE—Tapestry, lace unu com
mon brick. Foster's buck yuni, phone
2070«
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FOR SALE—Cream separator, first
class condition. 1206 E. Jeff. Phone j
217-W.
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MuDERN up-to-date bUltard parlor
for sale cheap. Inquire P. O. Box
243, Nampa, Ida.
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CHOICE selection ot second hand
heaters
erts Bros., 906-8, idahe sh
The Company bture, Rob
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FOR SALE—New No. à Oliver type
writer at a great reduction. VV m.
Gramkow, 3Ü5 S. 8th St. Phune 433
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w.
leather and Davenport
with mattress attached fur $27.5'*. j
Solid oak frame. The Jenkins Fur- j
niture and Exchange D ipt. DUO
IM 1TATION
FOR SALE—Life time library table,
waxed finished with library ends for
books, *16.5u. The
Exchange
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magazines and
Jenkins Furniture and
Dept.
FOR SALE—One three-inch Goulds
Vertical Centrifugal pump; same as
complete with six-foot shaft
Call Phono 2680,
D31c
new,
and boxing, *35.
Plumbing Department.
WHITEI WHITE1 WHITE1 WHITE!
Sewing Machines. Many good bar
gains in second hund machines from
All machines guaranteed,
ent. Pioneer Tent ft
*5 up.
Machines for
Awning Co., Machine Dept.
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FUR SALE!—One slightly used 10 horse
power Stover engine mounted ,->n
good steel truck. This engine will
give the same service as a new en
gine and can be bought for one-half
the prices. It
battery ignition but can be changed
to magneto if deBired, Can make
terms to the right parties,
and see It.
this Is your chance.
& Implement Co., 14th and Main St.
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now equipped with !
Cornell
If you neet an engine'!
Boise Carriage
FOR SALE
Livestock
Hors««, Cattl« and :
Livestock of «very
_kind. _
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REGISTERED Duroc boar,
ib mile
notrheast Whitney. P. J. Caron, R. 4.
Dec. 2fie.
1U0 very choice registered Shropshire
ewe».
100 very choice registered owe lambs.
U 8. DUNHAM, Meridian. Idaho, tf
Business Cards and Profession al Directory
Evening Capital News
Published every afternoon and Sunday
uiormn_ ut Boise, luano. by
j THE CAPITAL NEWS PUBLISHING
CO.. LIMITED.
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Six Months .
i nice Months
one Munin .
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Daily without Sunday by mail.
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six Moulds ...
Three Months .
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Sunday only by mail.
One Y«
Six Months
$ 2.00
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Weekly Capital News and Western
Parmer's tteview, in advance,
one ïeur ..
$1.50
POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS
TWO CENTS—gii ail jstoffices where
mere are city earners t
age is required
owers to uds., whether mailed .n <oise
cside, going i rough tne posloince
.■mould nav e a .wo-eent stamp attached
—one cent is not sulficient.
cents po- .
uH letters. AU an
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ATTORNEYS.
J. F. CULVhN, 4- • Merino Blag.
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C. S. HUNTER, o27-8 Idaho Bldg.
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C. E. WINSTEAD, 317 Idaho Bldg
uuEANA «X DELLA A, 623 Empire, tf
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lLLIuTT «Sc HEALY, Empire Blag, tf
J. BUGART, Attorney, overland Blk. tt
B. F. NEAL, 616 Empire. Phone 18 7. tf
L» ii. RingenicHer, 301-3 Idaho Buig. If
HUGH E. rl'ELKUf, 603 Empire Bldg.
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CLINTON H. ÜAKÏ5UN, Empire Bldg.
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WM. C. DUNBAR, 321-322 Idaho Bldg.
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u. L. YOUNG, 616 Empire. Phone 127.
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HARRY S. TLESSLER, 613-21 Empire,
RICHARDS & RA G A, Lawyers, fifth
floor, lUaho Bldg,
fa. T. SGHKEIBER, mining and cor
poration law, 413 Idaho Bldg.
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DUGAS ft M ADAMS, 216 Idaho Bldg.
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uPPENliEIM ft HO DOIN', 603-4-5
Idaho Bldg.
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BARBER & DAVISON, Lawyers. 323
321 Idaho Bldg.
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IJ. U. UOUD, Attorney, room 302 Sonna
Bldg. Phone 319-W.
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CHA8. F. KEDDOCH,
Idaho Bldg.
Rooms 509-10,
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MARTIN & MARTIN.
Attorneya-at
law, rooms 503-4-5, Idaho Bldg.
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CLAUDE W. GIBSON, Law and Land
Practice, 6th flour Empire Bldg, tf
WYMAN ft WYMAN, Attorneys, 206
208 Boise City National Bank Bldg, tf
PERKY & BRINCK, GENERAL LAW
practice, 3U4-3U8 McCarty Bldg. Ph.
100 .
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ADA COUNTY ABSTRACT COM
puny. Mode Bldg. C. ii. Cuxc, Mgr, tf
AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES
WESTERN 1GNIT1UN AND BAT
TERY CO., 119-121 a. 11th; Phune
284-J.
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AUTO TRIMMINGS.
Automobile trimmings and tops re
covered. See Ueide, 1221 Mam Bt. tt
FOR SALE
POULTRY.
sh.
flooded breeding stock.
..ggs for Hatching. In
cubators. firoodf
Foods. General Suiqilles
1 Mnns._
r s,
g . .. - ■ - =
j j. »SALE—Rhode Island Red cocker
j t .| ÿ , n c . n Reed, Boise. Ida., R. R. 2.
Wed Fri & Sun Dole
POULTRY.
15 Buff Leghorn and Buckeyes cock
ercls, from prize winning pens, *1.60
Eggs in season. W. S.
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and up.
Doig. Boise, Box. 2.
ANCONA cockerels and pullets. Soma
choice birds from the famous Shep
pard and Stayes strains. See them
at coming show. Eggs, any quan
tity. John Deniond, Boise, lit. 1, tf
Ä FOR SALE
m Auto Cars
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NINETEEN Seventeen Studebaker
Touring Gar. Bought In August, in
first class condition. New tires.
Will sell right. Box 1516, Boise,
Idaho.
11 Buick 37-B, 6-passenger.
! i Buick 37-B, 5-passenger.
! SHANK AUTO CO.
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USED AND REBU'cT AUTOMO
BILES.
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1 Buick 1-ton truck, nearly new.
Buick D-55 Big Six. 7-passenger.
Overland Model 86. 6-passenger.
11 Premier 40 h. p. truck body.
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Caldwell, Idaho.
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PERSONAL.
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REFINED lady from Minneapolis
would like position as housekeeper
for gentleman. Capital News, Box
D30c
1665.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—5-room, bun
galow, at 512 So. 13th St. For fur
ther Information, write owner, Tom
Egeland, R. F. D. No. 4, Caldwell,
Idaho.
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ABSTRACTS.
BOISE TITLE ft TKUfcyi' CO.. Idaho
Bid. Phone 471.
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ASSAY ERS.
A. G. VAN EMaN, ASSAYER, CHEM- j
ist, Meti llc-rgisc New locution, 1113 !
Main St. Phone 304.
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AUTO TOPS.
Only first-class auto top maker In
luaho. R. Atkins, 'L S. 11th.
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BICYCLES.
-A Christmas present for
All sizes.
:o.. Ill 8. 11th St
lilcYCEES—
your boy.
uaker «X »
Henry \V.
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CHlNEöE PHYSICIANS.
DR. G. LOOK, CHINESE DOCTOR
707 Idaho Street.
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DR. FONG WEE, fourteen years prac
tice in Boise, 215 S. yth street.
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DR. C. K. AH FUNG, 210 N. 7th St., 40
years
lUnhu; Bux 1*0, Boise, iUu. If
DR. WING cEE TONG CU., treats
Chinese nerbs, routs and meuicine.
Careful .leatment assured the uitucl
ed. Office t>12 Idaho street.
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CHIROPRACTORS.
C. G. BURT, D. C., 3-4 Holel Brand, if!
A - LIND, D. C., 624 Overland Bldg.;
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CANCER.
DR POWELL, cancer specialist, 356
Sonna Bldg., Boise. Idaho.
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CHIROPODIST.
1, D. B. C., 3-s iiolel BraiiU. tf
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COLLECTIONS.
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Western Reporting t* Credit Co., 413
4U4 M^Cuily Biug. Phon«. 62H.
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CLEANERS AND D ¥ ERS.
Gif V DIE \V UP.RS—Gleaners of fancy
gowns, gouts' suits dry or «team
cleaned. Biancu olfice, P. 44. Works
1335.
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GALL tne Pauloriuir. for
cleaning, pressing, altering
pairing. Pnono 1026.
Main.
garment
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DAY NURSERY.
-DR.
DAY NURSERY, open all hours. Phone,
2636 W.
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DETECTIVE AGENCY,
1NTKK-MUUNTAIN Detective Agency.
Phone 1845-J Box 9uti.
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DENTIST.
DU. DKL88EK, 502 Overland Bidg. tf
DU. CAUPLNTLU, 212 IDAHO BLDG.
DR. SHELTON. Yules Bldg. Ph. 252. tf
DR. VALKEK, ROOM 33U YATES
Bldg. G;-a given. Phone 2613.
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ü, KAK AMD THROAT.
DR. ED MAXEY, UCCULIST AND
Aurist, 264-6 Idaho Building.
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DU. A. L. HEINE, EYE, EAR, NOSE
and threat. 618-26 uverlaud Bldg. U
DR. BRANDT—LAI\, NOSK AND
Throat; 2U7-1» Overland Building.
DR. R. L. NOURSE
-E. e, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 4 jo- 7 overland Ui a g .
FURS REMODELED.
AUSTIN Fur Millinery Co., Eighth
and Jefferson. Phone 028W.
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FLORISTS.
BulSE FLORAL. Go., Ill N. Sth bt.;
choice cut flowers, floral designs. U
BAYHOUSE FLORAE CO, 814 Main
bt., Boise. Cut flowers, plants or
designs.
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HOMEOPATHY
DR. HOLVERfcON, 317 Empire Bldg.
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HAIR GOODS.
PARIS FASHION HAH. STORK—
Leading cuuitary beauty pariura and
specialists in hair goods. iuu4^g Main
eet. Phone 63. _
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HOME PORTRAITS.
J. G. BURNS. Pnone 1208-VV.
HARNESS OILING.
HARNESS U1L1NG—Double harness
oiling, *1. Single harness oiling, 50c.
Repairing neatly done. Relde, 1521
Mum St.
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INSURANCE.
FEE P. M. DAViS for general insur
patronage
solicited.
Your
ance.
uverlaud Bic :.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
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H. E. M'KLKOY, Empire Bldg.
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CHILDS ft CO., 3U-31 Falk Bldg.
w. SCOTT NEAL, farm Loan Man. tf
THE NEWHOUSE 1NV. GO., Sunna
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Blk.
ON chattels c salary. Reasonable
rates 403 McCarty Bl.lg., Box ISÏ. tf
LOANS made on real estate, chattels,
policies and collaterals. Garter. Mc
Carty Bldg.
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FARM ADD CITY LOANS.
ANY size. No delay; 109 North Eighth
SL Bruce ft Fuld Loan ft Trust Co.
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LOANS.
THE IDAHO BUILDING & LOAN As
sociation has money to loan on new
buildings and improved Boise prop
erty, monthly payments of *1.60 per
hundred, pays principal and Interest
at 8 per cent. 208 Boise City Nat'l
Bank Bldg. J15
JEWELRY REPAIRING.
A. BALLOT, pioneer watchmaker and
jeweler, at 70S Main.
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JOB PRINTING.
A. G. KENNARD, 806 Ban., Phone 176.
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JOB PRINTING—BEST EQUIPPED
plaiF in the state for all kinds of Job
printing. Legal blanks a specialty.
Capital News Publishing Co., 717
Idnho Street.
LAND ATTORNEY.
A. B. EATON. Scrip, 603 Idaho Bldg. tf
LADIES' TAILORING
LADIES TAILORING—Mrs. K. Por
rest. 8111-2 Idaho St.
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LUMBER YARDS.
W. H. RIDENBAUGH. DEALER IN
native lumber, Oregon shingles, also
floorings, doors, windows, mouldings
and building material. Main and 4th
Sts. Phone 958.
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MONUMENTS.
with____
T. F FELTNF.R, 1615 Main St.
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OPTICIANS.
KlMilklsI»]
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Globe Optical Co.
Eyes examined. Tac
tory on the premises.
■ins Main St.
OPTOMETRIST.
Ai. 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
eyes.
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Phone 24IS
OSTEOPATHS.
LR. CHARLES W. KINGSBURY, 4th
floor Idaho Bldg.
Phone 684.
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DR. CARRIE FREEMAN, Idaho Bldg
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LB. H. D. MORRIS, 20 4 Sonna Blk. tt
IlR. HANDY, 622 State.
Pr. 396. tf
WALTER S. KINGSBURY
Idaho Bldg. Phone 337 *
228
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DR. s. .
.. RIGHTENOUR, Osteopath,
Rooms 409-11 Empire Bldg.
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photographers.
ß 686 MPEB ~ COr . 9th and Idah0 - Bhons
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PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
MISS A. DUNLAP, 308 Overland Bldg.
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PLUMBING & HEATING
acme PLUMBING & HEATING CO,
Ltd Adeimann Bros., manager«;
modern plumbing, heating and sheet
metal work. 622 Idtiho SL Phon« 16«.
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PIANO TUNING.
Lj_Li_ROBI.\'SON, Wise Piano Home, tf
rubber stamps.
NKXXAKU, 806 Ban., Phone 176.
SOCIETIES.
BOISE LODGE No. 2. A. F.
& A. M., meets every Tues
day evening in Masonic balk
Visitors welcome. Charles O.
, Nelson, Secretary.
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ORIENTAL LODGE No. «0,
A. F. ft A. M., regular meet
'ngs every Friday, Masonic
hall.
Perry C. Marshall, Sec'y.
Sojourners welcome.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS—Meet the
first and third Tuesdays at St John'«
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 416.
storo.
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COOK STOVES and rangea. Harfnrth
& Nicklea, 1011 Idaho.
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WE buy second hand furnltur«. Pio
neer Furniture Company, 908 Idaho
Street. Phone 386.
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WE pay the best prices for second
hand furniture and v.*e will exchange
Jenkins
your old pieces for new.
Furniture Co. Phone 559.
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SHEET METAL WORK
GENEREUX & BUTLER, 161 & Ith.
Phono 527-W.
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SHOE REPAIRING
RIEBE & COOPER. 720 Main.
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RIEBE ft COOPER, 823 Idaho.
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FASSBENDER'S Shoe Shop.
tal News Bldg. _
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TAXIDERMIST.
R. W, LIAI BERT ft CO„ 123 So. 11th. tf
TYPEWRITERS.
RENT A REMINGTON — Get perfect
results: visibles, *3 for one month;
*7.50 for 3 months. Others at lower
rates. Rental payments apply oa
purchase Remington Typewriter Co.,
256-7 Sonna ' ldg., Boise. Phone III.
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V ETERIN AR Y SURGEON.
DR G. E. NOBLE, BREEDER OF
Shire hnrses and Shorthorn cattle, tf
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ASHLEY ft NEELEY. Ph! 117 or 9JU
VIOLIN MAKER.
Robert Ballot nt Sampson Music Co. tf
Well Drilling and Digging.

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