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SEES US AT WAR SHORTLY Looks for Declaration From President Announcing Re prisais in Case Germany Carries Out Threats. Zurich. Feb. 6.—Tlie Neue Züricher Zeitung says President Wilson's action was the only solution of the situation caused by the German notes. It re marks that a fact that execution would follow the German threat within a few hours left the United States no time to protest. The eitung regards the sit uation most serious. It looks for a de claration from President Wilson an nouncing the reprisals that he will re sort to in the event of Germany put ting its threats into execution. A SEVENTY-YLAR OLD COUPLE. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. '.'arpenter, Har risburg, Pa., suffered from kidney trouble. He says "M.v wife and I suffered from kidney trouble and had rheumatic pains all through the body. The first few doses of Foley Kidney Pills relieved us, ami five bottles en tirely cured us. Although w< an- both in the seventies we are as vigorous as we were thirty years ag»*." Foley Kidney Pills stop sleep-disturbing bladder weakness, backache, rheuma tism, swollen Joints. Whitehead's Drugstore. Adv-T-TlI-S SENATE BILLS Senate bill No. I) «, by Jaekscn —Re lating to election of appointed school trustees. Senate Hi 11 No. 110. by educational committee—Designating holidays for schools and providing for observance of Arbor day. Senate bill No. 117, by Lowe, of Adams—Relating to collection of per sonal property tax by assessor. Senate bill No. 11S. by Ingard — De fining duties of treasurers of good load districts. Senate bill No. 111». by Proctor -Ap- propriating $$(>,04 f.HI for reclamation of state lands in the Gem irrigation district. ------ SEVERE ''.OLD QUICKLY CURED. "On December first 1 hud a very se vere cold or attack of the . rip as it may be, and was nearly down sick in bed," writes O. J. Metcalf, Weatlierby, Mo. "I bought two bottles of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and it was only a few days until 1 was completely restored to health. 1 firmly believe that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is one of the very best medicines and will know what to do when I have an other cold." Obtainable everywhere. Adv-T-TH-S HOUSE BILLS House bill No. 227, by committee on Immigration, labor and statistics—A minimum wage scale bill, fifing the minimum wage for women workers, at $9 per week and a less wage during period of apprenticeship of $5 per 'Dvcek for first two months, $6 for sec ond two months, and $7.50 Tor remain ing two months. House bill No. 228, by Cannon and Storey—Regulating the practice of chiropractic and the licensing of chi ropractors and authorizing governor to appoint a chiropractic hoard of three members. House bill No. 229, by Hubbard— Authorizing construction of three Wagon bridges across Snake river be * SPEED combined with good judgment counts in business n o w - a days. Grape-Nuts supplies balanced nourishmentfor sturdy muscles and active brains. "There'» a Reason" No change in price, quality er sice of package. PAPER»«*™, Don . t BOWELS,STOMACH, HEADACHE, COLDS They Liven the Liver and Bowels and Straighten You Right Up. Be Bilious, Consti pated, Sick, With Breath Bad and Stomach Sour. c* \0 WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP Tonight sure! Take Cascarets and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Wake up with your head clear, stom ach sweet, breath right and feeling fine. Get rid of sick headache, bilious ness. constipation, furred tongue, sour ; 'otmich, bad colds. Clear your skin, brighten your eyes, quicken your step and feel like doing a full day's work. Cascarets are better than salts, pills or calomel because they don't shock the liver or gripe the bowels or cause inconvenience all the next day. Mothers should give cross, sick, bili ous. feverish children a whole Ca fl euret any time an they can not in jure the thirty feet of tender bowels. Ad v. uniform sys- j tween Ada. Canyon and Owyhee conn ties and appropriating $30,000 there-1 for. These bridges are located by the bill at Walters ferry, Grandview and MoKeith ferry. House bill No. 230. by Kribs—Mak ing it the duty of county auditor I" audit all claims and attach thereto his certificate before presenting them to the hoard of county commissioners. House bill No. 231, by Kribs—Author izing state examiner to provide state and county offices v tern of bookkeeping. House hill No. 232, by McMurrav—j Allow! g independent school districts ; t», issue negotiable coupon bonds meet outstanding indebtedness of district. | House bill No. 233. by Anderson of j Canyon—Authorizing buyers of grain, i vegetable and other farm products to j deduct the weight of sacks in buying. House bill No. 234. by committee on i horticulture and agriculture—Amend-|t ing the public utilities law taking from ! public utilities commission power ^o j supervise mutual or non-profit tele phone companies. House bill No. 235, by Lucas—Au thorizing county commissioners to publish legal notices in three news papers published in ■ ounty and to pay for same at, a rate of 50 square of 10 lines of eight point type set solid. House bill No. 236, by Johnston—Re luting to the limitation of indebtedne of agricultural fair associations at . i nts per | amount not exceeding 30 per cent of j the actual value of its real property. 1 House bill No. 237, by Storey—Ap- i preprinting $3000 for the construction j of «a wagon road from a point near jNeal to a point on the Boise river at the head of back water of the Arrow rock reservoir and eonstruction of bridge across Boise river to connect with wagon road from Smith's prairie. WORMS MAKe"*CHILDREN FRET FliL. If jour child cries out in sleep, is nervous, puny and listless, he may be a victim of worms. Begin treatment at once with Kiekapoo Worm Killer. This candy laxative In tablet form kills the worm and removes it quickly and eas ily. Don't permit your child's develop ment to be retarded by the continued draining of his vitality by worms, Get Kiekapoo Worm Killer at your drug gist, 25c. Adv Heart'd taxis anc. automobiles, day and night. O. S. Cole, phone 75.—Adv. WEAATHER CONDITIONS OVER THE COUNTRY The pressure Is moderately low in New England, in New Mexico and Arizona, and in Manitoba. The prin cipal center of high pressure is cen tral in the northern Kooky mountain region. Precipitation lias occurred in some of the northern Rocky mountain and northern plainB states, and in the extreme northeast. The weather is much milder except in the Pacific states and along the Atlantic coast, but freezing temperature is still re ported from Florida. Fair weather may be expected to continue in Boise and Us vicinity tonight and Wednesday. LOWEST TEMPERATURE ELSE WHERE—Boston, 12; Buffalo, 10; Chi cago, 6; Denver, 24; Des Moines, 12; Ualveston, 42; Havre, 32; Helena. 32; Huron. 8; Jacksonville, 26; Kansas City, 30; Knoxville, 12: Memphis, 26; Montreal, 10; New Orleans, 34; New York, 12; North Platte, 28; Oklahoma, 28; Phoenix, 38; Pittsburg, 4; Poca tello, 28; Portland, 44; St. Louis, 18; St. Paul, 2; Salt Lake, 24; San Fran cisco, 46; Seattle, 44; Spokane, 34; Winnipeg, 0; Washington, 10. BOXING CLASSES AT y7 M. C. A. The physical committee of the Y. M. C. A. last night secured the serv ices of Leo Thompson, a lightweight boxer, to give boxing instruction at the Y. M. C. A. Mr. Thompson, while a young man, has had eight years' ex perience in the ring and knows the game of give and take. The class schedule for those wishing to learn something of the art of self-defense, hag dot been fixed, but the first class I will be the latter part or the week. i i HIGH SCHOOL NOTES At a meeting of all debaters Mon day afternoon an entirely now debate program was outlined. Un account of the delay in llic try-out, the debate j season is now too far advanced to 1 consider Walla Walla and that debate' will be postponed until next year. A*;| all of the debaters did exceptional work •in the try-out, the coaches have ar- j ranged two teams of six debaters each.. There will be the Twin Falls contest the last of March and a triangular league composed of Nampa, Caldwell j and Boise about the middle of March. For the Twin Falls debate the ques tion is, "Resolved: that the United States should adopt a system of mili tary training similar to that of Swit zerland and Australia. The affirma tive team composed of Ernest Stoops, Joel Priest and Patricia Whelan will debate In Twin Falls. Inez Calloway, Dave Williams and John Greenlee com prise the negative team who will meet Twin Falls at Boise. Miss Brigham and Miss Nims are the coaches for these teams. The question for the triangular de bate is, "Resolved, that the schools of Idaho should adopt the Wyoming sys tem of military training.'' Dewey Hug gard, Frank Minas and Floyd Eichel berger, the negative team, will go to Nampa. The affirmative team, Louis Boas, Theodore Sherman and Bertrand Silen will meet Caldwell here. Mr. Swanson has charge of the negative team. The Agricultural club meets tonight in the high school auditorium. Mr. Seholtz of the farm market bureau will address the members. Charles Whip ple will give a reading and Leon Smith hastarranged a piano solo. The high school student council met Monday afternoon. The council decid ed to grant "Bs" to the members of the Courier staff. Wilma Starns and Edward Littooy, committee in charge, have designed a small "B" differing from that of the debate "B" The ed itor. assistant editor, manager, and as sistant. manager will receive the em blem in gold and the rest of the staff will receive the emblem in silver. The council also approved the new debate schedule. ALARM CAUSED BY RABID COYOTES IN LOST RIVER SECTION Rabid coyotes are creating havoc in the Lost River section, bjting stock, dogs and one- has even been so bold as to invade Maekav. The animal at tacked Jack Chane the other evening as lie was going home from a dance, j hut. fortunately lie easily secured a jgun and killed the animal. Dillingham, secretary of the U le & Horse Growers* asso who arrived last night, from and will spend several days itv, told of the coyote pest L. E ; Idaho ■ to'riation, thelMackaj | in the j today. i Mr. fhllingham reports that owing j to the number of dogs bitten by coy otes lately a number have been killed i ;md drastic measures must be taken ! i,ec j ont dogs from running at large ! of the danger to children. REAL EST ATE*TRANSFERS. Frank E. Carpenter to Saille M Carpenter, northeast quarter, section 32, township 2 north, range 3 east. Georgian na F. Bolger, et ux, Charles Holden, lots 28, 29. 30, 31, | block 2, Dundee First subdivision. Albert Saxton, et ux, to Diantha Saxton, part northeast quarter, south east quarter, section 15, township 4 north, range 1 east. Diantha Saxton to Albert Saxton, j part northeast quarter, southeast quar 1 ter. section 15, township 4 north, range i 1 east., | Dean Perkins, et al, to John Lld I stroni, $3850, part lots 4, 5, 6, 7 Web j*ster's subdivision. Optometry means Eye Service. —Adv. tf - » - Thousands of British war widows and their children are to be transported to Canada, with the expectation that many of the women will be married to Canadian farmers, according to the lilans of Commissioner David Lamb the International Emigration Society of the Salvation Army. Says glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast 1 washes out poisons. If you wake up with a bad taste bad breath and tongue is coated; if >our head is dull or aching; if what you eat sours and forms gas and acid in stomach, or you are bilious, consti pated, nervous, sallow and can't get feeling just right, begin inside bathing. Drinl: before breakfast, n glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime stone phosphate in it. This will flush the poisons and toxins from stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels and cleanse, sweeten and purify the entire alimen tury tract. Do your inside bathing im mediately upon arising in the morning to wash out of the system all the pre vious day's poisonous waste, gases and sour bile before putting more food into the stomach. To reel like young folks feel; like you felt before your blood, nerves and muscles became loaded with body im purities, get from your pharmacist a quarter pound of limestone phosphate which is inexpensive and almost taste less, except for a sourish twinge which is not unpleasant. Just as soap and hot water act on the skin, cleansing, sweetening and freshening, so hot water and limestone phosphate act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Men and women who are usually constipated, bilious, headachy or have any stomach dis order should begin this inside bathing before breakfast. They are assured I they will become real cranks on the subject shortly.—Adv. A BOON TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS I believe Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is equal to the best preparation of its kind on the market and for twenty years 1 have found satisfaction in sell ing it because it always produces u gratified customer. I have taken the remedy myself and obtained the usual beneficial results after using it. Very truly yours, W. E. MATHIS, Druggist. June 21st, 1916. Hunter, Ark. Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghamton, N. Y. Do Prove What Swamp-Root Wi For You. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co,, Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Boise Daily Capital News. Regular fifty-cent and one dollar size bottles for sale at all drug stores. CHAMPIONS CAUSE OF STATE DIVISION T. A. DAUGHTERS. One of the Strong Advocates of State Division and Prominent Republi can in Legislature. Turpen A. Daughters, state repre sentative from Kootenai county, is for division of the state and is not at all backward in stating so. II«* has been active in bringing about introduction of the resolutions before the present legislature. Division of the state, al lowing a. new state to he created out of northern Idaho territory is, in the opinion of Representative Daughters, the best thing that could happen to both north and south Idaho. This he believes is true because of the differ ent interests betwon these two sec tions, the difference in the industries and because of the geographical bar riers. Representative Daughters be lieves he ought to know—he has lived in both the north and the south. The gentleman from Kootenai county lfl one of a solid Republican delegation sent from that county to the present legislature. He has been a school teacher, farmer, editor and lawyer. When not making laws for the state he is attending to his farming interests. Representative Daughters was born at Lawrenceburg, Dearborn county, Ind., Aug. 15, 1870. He left Indiana when a child for Kansas, a member of a family of 14 children. After receiving his B. A. degree from Kansas college, he came to Idaho and taught school at Montpelier from 1892 to 1895. Later he took up post graduate work at. the Uni versity of Idaho and then entered the newspaper field as editor of the Coeur d' Alone. Journal from 1909 to 1911. He published the first dry paper of nor thern Idaho. Retiring from the editor's desk he went to farming and is today the owner of valuable wheat and tim ber farm lands of the north. Baggage delivery. Auto delivery for country and long trips. Phone 73. Peasley Transfer & Storage Co. tf CUT THI3 OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T MISS THIS, f'ut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chi cago, 111., writing your name and ad dress clearly. You will receive in re turn a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bron chial and la grippe coughs; Foley Kid ney Pills, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles, and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. Whitehead's Drug Store. Adv-'T-TH-S itdid't FRUITLAND DEATHS. Fruitland, Feb. 6.—Mrs. Emma Lane Wright, aged 32 years, wife of Dr. Crispin Wright of Fruitland dies of tuberculosis at her home (Saturday morning. She leaves besides the hus band a little son, five and one-half years, George Dryden. a sister. Miss Fanny Lane, a brother, O. M. Lane and a father, George H. Lane, all of Chi cago. She was a member of the Meth odist church. Funeral arrangements are waiting the arrival of her sister, who arrived Sunday night, having been delayed a da.v In Wyoming because of the snow. Mrs. J. T. Wayne of Whitley Bottom, about five miles from Fruitland died Saturday night of acute bowel trouble after a short Illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Mullln Wayne, aged 63 years, died at her home in Whitley Bottom, Saturday evening. She leaves besides her husband. J. T. Wayne, four children, Anthony Wayne of Danville, 111.; Mrs. W. A. Kersoot of Baker, Ore.; Mrs. J. D. Danfossen of Tacoina and (Yank Wayne of Fruitland. The funer al services were conducted at the house Monday morning by Rev. Burtch. Burial at Payette cemetery, Payette. Plano moving made easy. Call 71. Peasley Transfer A Stores* Co.—Adv. To Our Friends and Customers Portland, Oregon, January 31, 1917. This letter will serve to advise you that on January 1st we discontinued our retail business at Boise, Idaho, and have arranged with Holden Implement Company to sell our goods at that point. A complete stock of John Deere goods will be carried at Boise for the benefit of yourself and other dealers in the territory tributary to Boise. Holden Implement Company will handle this trans fer stock for us and will be able to furnish you complete information at all times covering goods ii stock at Boise, or information concerning any orders placed by you for shipment from Boise. All oth er matters pertaining to your business relations with us should be taken up either with us direct, or with our traveling representative. Yours truly, JOHN DEERE PLOW COMPANY of Portland, Oregon. In connection with the announcement above, the Holden Implement Company will be incorporated under the laws of the State of Idaho. Mr. A. C. Holden will be secretary and manager and a stockholder in the company. Mr. Holden needs no introduction to you, as he has been active in the implement busi ness in Boise for the past five years. This company will carry a full line of John Deere Implements, Wagons, and Ve hicles, the reputation of which is well known to you. We will also carry other lines not previously carried by John Deere Plow Company Retail Department, namely: Traction Engines. Fresnoes, Binder Twine, Wind Mills, Harness, Washing Machines, Cream Separators, and a full line of Farmer's supplies. It will be the aim of this company to sell goods of established quality only and ren der its patrons the best possible service. The goods are ready for your inspection at our place of business. Ninth and Grove streets, Boise, Idaho. You are cordially invited tp call and examine our goods. We solicit the patronage of Ranchers, Stockmen, Dairymen, and Farmers. Try us and we will do our best to deserve your business. Yours truly, HOLDEN IMPLEMENT COMPANY, PHONE 1333 NINTH AND GROVE STS. HOTEL ARRIVALS. OWYHKE—Virginia MàcCralg, St. ! Maries; W. E. Konys, Spokane; E. J. Fglested, Idaho Falls', E. C. llelfrlvh! and wife, Mountain Home; Edwin i.'owen. Denver; E. E. La Rose, Salt Lake; Floyd A. Dernier, Dallas; A. K. Elggren, Salt Lake; F. M. Moss, Pay ette; O. L. Bishop, Butte; H. S. Flaide nam, Caldwell; V. Moore, Spokane; H. A. Williamson, Portland; D. M. Mack enzie, Salt Lake; II. J. Hardens and wife, Ketchum; John VV. Hart, Menan; W. S. McCall. Caldwell; Tom Finch, Denver; Joe C. Brough, Chicago; John Lunstrom and wife, Elk River; A. C. Peel, Portland; E. C. Ward. Portland; Robert M. Betts, D. W. French, Baker; Mrs. B. H. Kizer, Spokane. IDANHA—A. J. Pleffer, Spokane; Mrs. G. L. Andrus, Pocatello; Mr. and Mrs. A. .B. Humlin, Gooding; T H. Allen, St. Louis; J S. Lincoln. Chicago; C. E. Girard, Toledo; H. E. Morse, Chi cago; Clarence H. Hill, Parma; J. C. Davis, Salt Lake; R. J. Old and wife, Parma; L. N. Bukdill, Burley; H. J. Plnkert and wife, Fruitland; John Hultz and wife, J. H. Henry and wife, Notus; A. W. Marchant and wife, Em mett; A. W. Blackaby, Homedale; Rob ert Fenwick, Jordan Valley; S. H. Wood, San Francisco; W. K. Bluen kensop, Nampa; R. S. Ballard, Otto Ellison, Emmett; Mat Sandmeyer, Vale; George B. Mills, Nampa; George C. Smith, Seattle; B. A. Dixon. Lewis ton; Hudson Smith, Dr. Don P. Num bers and wife, Parma; Hal Daggett, Victor Wade, Welser; W. R. Boyd, Spokane: E. J. Finch, Twin Falls; G. W. and George H. Buehler, Denver: J. II. Daly, Baker; J. L. Flrebaugh and wife, Portland; R. S. Stoddard, Salt Lake; E. R. Färber^ and wife, Pay ette; William C. Hazzard, Clear Lake; Abble E. Brick, O. A. Buck, Jerome; M. J. Farrell, Burke; S. J. Robertson, Wallace; J. B. Buchar.non and family, S. C. Webb, Caldwell; G. E. Smith, Barberton; Paul Bast, Spokane; J. C. Combs, St. Louis: H. L. Pinkney, John S. Hyd. and wife, Downey; Joseph Simmons, Chicago: Miss Loretta Wedgewood, Gooding; H. E. Brown, Kuna; J. G. Oram, Anson Hatch, Rig by; Walter C. Cuff, Caldwell; VV. A. Cunningham, Tulsa, Okla. ; L. A. Jessee, Murphy; Thomas R. Hill, Stanfield; W. H. Arnold, Wilson. GRAND — S. A. Cummings, Salt Lake; H. J. Puckert and wife, Fruit land; H. L. Fest, Emmett; Hy Ash croft, Idaho City; John Grete, Silver City; E. K. Hayes, Emmett; W. F. Ed wards, Hansen; Luther Taull, Nellie! Surber. Carl Johunnesen, F. \V. Stuler, Stuart K. Hunter, Emmett; It. A. Sny der, Silver City; E. A. Wolfe, St. Louis. BRISTOL—Ray M. Beauchamp. Fll er; N. B. Myer, Durkee, Ore.; G. W. Anderson and wife, Glenns Ferry; H. E. Howard, New York City; H. L. Grlbe, Mountain Home; M. D. Hurl hurt, Wilder; George s. Dean and wife, H. Jennings, Caldwell: George R. Jones, B. T. Royse. Bruneau; A. D. Hunt, Weiser; H. E. Hunt, Roswell; J. M. Addington, Brogan, Ore.: G. M.l Winkler, W. S. Winkler. Council; Charles B. Allen, W. F. Howard, Mrs.! O. E. Myer. Mrs. H. D. Sennett, Parma Polk Directory of Canyon, Gem, Washington and Adams counties now off the pres». Write for particulars. R. L. Polk & Co., Globe Bldg., Seattle, Wash.—Adv. if AMUSEMENTS. "THE LILAC DOMINO." Andreas Dippel will present "The LilSe Domino" at the Pinney theater two nights, Wednesday and Thursday; and Thursday matinee. This Is the puce-making musical success of beauty, fun and fashion in three acts by Charles Cuvillier which took New York, Boston and Chicago by storm. It is the brightest, breeziest and most thoroughly enjoyable musical produc tion of qnauy seasons. It Is replete with all ihe elements that go to make up high-class musical entertainment and Is packed with fun and frolic, as well as with entrancing melody. Over twenty wonderful musical numbers carry out Us story and a number of pretty girls making up the chorus sing anil dance with bewitching grace aand vleaclty while they disport themselves in a great variety of up-to-the-minute! costumes which make a fashion show all by themselves. The scenic and elec-j trlcul effects are the finest ever seen outside of the most expensive grand opera productions, and a score of noted' artists make up the cast. The action of the piece Is little short of cyclonic but the fun and frolic and dancing, while important enough In their sphere are subordinated to the wonderfully beautiful music of the score and to the exceptional voices In the different! principal roles. THE ISIS. "The Golden Fetter," a Lasky pro ductlon, Is now being shown at the Isis. Wallace Reid and Anita King,' who play respectively the leading roles of James Ralston, a young mining en gineer, and Faith Miller, a little New England school teacher, have lines, figuratively speaking, which are cast In pleasant places—at least as regards the Impression the two young stars make on the audience. Both play their straight roles more than ably, and are backed by a cast In which there Is not a weak spot. Tully Mar shall, as Henry Slade, the "heavy" of the picture, reveals a world of ability In the Interpretation of a character part. His facial expression Imbues the spectators with a dislike so hearty as to make one forget he is merely playing a role, which Is. of course, the test of the good villain. THE MAJESTIC. Two excellent vaudeville acts are presented at the Majestic theater on the program which closes tonight. Both arc dancing and singing acts with touches of comedy to give them spice. The work of Bennington of Bennington and Scott Is remarkable becadso of the fact that his left leg Is cut off at the knee. Even with this handicap he does some excellent danc ing and also some high kicking which is remarkable. Hays and Wynne also do some dancing which la far above the ordinary. Roth acts drew much applause. The photoplay of the bill Is the Fox feature, "The Island of De sire," with George Walsh In the lead ing part. The acting is good and tha settings picturesque. "THE PRIDE OF THE CLAN." The Majestic theater announces next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday as the days upon which Miss Mary Plckford will bo presented In the super-feature attraction, "The Pride of the Clan," the second of the productions made under the guidance of her own company. Miss Piekford cast as the little daughter of the Scotch fisherman, whose humble homes are along the rocky wave-beaten shores of old Scot land gives the screen her most lova ble characterization. She portrays the quaint charm and sweetness of the fisher maid with all the naturalness and reality that her clever person ality will permit. A specially compiled musical score is featured on the program, und vivi fies the original production man; times. ! j | FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK. When you have a severe headache, accompanied by a coated tongue, loathing of food, constipation, torpid liver, vomiting of partly digested food and then bile, you may know that you have a severe bllioue. attack. While you may be quite sick there is much consolation In knowing that relief may he had hy taking three of Chamber lain s Tablets. They are prompt and effectual. Obtainable everywhere. Adv-T-TH-S 113 N. 9»! St.. Bone. Idaho. | I j | | 1 j I 1 LAST TIME TODAY MAJESTIC GEO. WALSH STAR OF "THE MEDIATOR" IN THE ISLAND OF DESIRE A STORY OF THE SOUTH SEA8, OF HULA DANCERS, TREASURE, ADVENTURE AND TWO HANDED FIGHTERS FOR FORTUNE. TWO VAUDEVILLE ACTS We Are Using Every Possible Means of Increasing Business— We are selling at raaaon. able pripea. Our stock is well rounded. There isn't hardly anything that we don't carry all the time. Our service it intelligent and courteoua. If you are not buying gro ceriea of us, call us up and open an account. We know you cannot make any mistake. W J CAMPBELL AND SON PHONE 15.