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All BRANCHES NOW IN DEMAND I I I ■ I Golden Opportunities Now; Open in Government Serv , ice at High Wages Under Fine Conditions. Uncle Samuel Begging for Right Kind of Men Who Can Be Readily Taught to Handle His Complicated Affairs. Never before in the history of the nation v*e.re men of all trades in hr much demand as now with every ounce of energy In the government business offices being devoted to getting ready to knock the "K" out.of Kaiser. The quartermaster corps—a most fascinating branch—is in dire need of men to drive trucks and motorcycles, do clerical* work with pen and type writer. act as stenographers, handle ^agon teams and help conduct the great business of the organization. Everything that is needed in the army 1 s handled by the quartermaster corps from a tent peg to supplies for a division of men, and a young clerk, typist or steno fresh front business college or having had experience in the business world will acquire much valuable knowledge for future use by affiliating himself with that branch. CHAUFFEURS BADLY NEEDED. Men who can drive the government's Kelly-Spi'ingfield. Jeffrey Quad. White and Packard trucks are urgently re quested to come to the aid of their country. These men must hove some ki owbaJgc of gas engine« and the gen eral mechanism of trucks, be able to drive skilfully and carefully and make email repairs ff necessary. The pay Is $90 to $100 a month with the rank of sergeant. Motorcycle riders are in demand also. Mar ley-Davidson ma chines are used as a rule. Pay the same. Men must enlist for the dura tion of the war, .be between 18 and 40 and physically fit as well as not called by any local board. Clerks, typ ists. accountants and sténos draw $90 to $10 a month— $36 clear with every thing furnished and naught to buy. ENGINEERS CORPS OPEN. The Engineers Corps—a selected set of highly trained technical men of; bruins and rare ability—is now open for enlistment to all men who are rod - ; Mien, cliainnien, axe men. level runners, •ivll engineers, miners, powder men. concrete workers, etc. The pay is the j highest and the work notionly most congenial but extremely fine for future I Bicycles Continue to sell fast as we can ship them In. Why—because we have onlj the highest grade bicycles made, such as the Raeyele; Iver Johnson, Day. Uhinook, Rami and the I.orain Juvenile for the little folks. . CASH OR TERMS MOTORCYCLES recognized as the best power'vehicle made for economical and quick transportation. ^ ou onn with perfect safety, place your confidence in the INDIAN MOTORCYCLE, with the FAMOUS POWERPCS MOTOR and the pat ented cradle spring frame. Many other valuable features places the In dian above comparison with any other make. We are here to show you. Prices on Bicycles and Motorcycles will positively advance in the very near future. , Tires and sundries Auto and Motorcycle Oils Gasoline Key Fitting Safe work a specialty MORLERS CYCLERY Chris Morler,'Prop. 206 208 N. 9th. All Repair Work Guaranteed 1 1 RUGS LINOLEUM CARPETS FURNITURE Popular-Priced Store 822 824 IDAHO ST. Pioneer Furniture Co. TRUNKS- SUIT CASES, STOVES. RANGES, HEATERS. I ! \ ' ! | ! 1 : j ; ' [ tralnioc and use In civil life. Young men between the ages of 18 and Ï1 who show a liking for engineering work and who contemplate making that a profession In attar life, should by all means, get In the engineers at once. They will not only be well paid, but have every opportunity to learn the I intricacies of the game from the' best I engineers In the world. The pay is 833 a month dear with everything fur nished—even a tooth brush. They will I see service in France. ■ FINE CHANCE FOR "RAILS" Any "old head" railroud man wishing I to serve his country in his own line of endeavor and also see France should 'Join the 21st Engineers. Railway. This livery man The Twentieth Engineers-Forest, needs a few good men at once; men who are loggers and understand the lumber business. They can also use a few chauffeurs of skill. Men wishing to get in that branch should com muni cate with E. Grandjean, 4512 Idaho regiment will be, entirely compos ed of •rails", ''hoggers", "tallowpots", "shacks"', "Kinganipes ", 'car whack ers" and men in all branches of mod ern railroading. They will not onl> rebuild the roads of France, but run them afterwards. This is a grand opportunity to get experience and also see the world and the fearful effects of the great war. The pay is high, hours the best and environment moat excel lent. Men must show service letters from some reputable road, be not call ed by local boards, and he between 18 and 40. marrier or unmarried. If mar ried. they must get the written con sent of their wife, and such wives must waive support from the govern ment. Many Short Line boys have signed up and are now in Rockford. 111., Walt Trevey, < arl Anderson, Ir vin McLaughlin, George Anderson and others well known. "BUC KAROOS" ALSO WANTED. The local army recruiting office has 12 vacancies in the cavalry to fill, and the boys from the ranges who like to swing their legs over a good hois should enlist at once in their favorite work. The pay is $30 clear a month, the work the finest ever and the hours are excellent in every wav. The cav alry branch of the army is most im portant, and only the finest types of men are taken as cavalrymen must be hard riders of skill and daring who have made their living in the saddle, nnd know how to tame the festive "wild boss." Married or unmarried, men must be between 18 and 40 and not called by any local hoard. Men of the type demanded tn cavalry are also urg*d to look well into the advantages of th#» field artillery as that branch is not only the most exciting but re quires strength of body and quick brain. There are a few openings in that branch now available. MEN WANTED EVERYWHERE. Infantry—the easiest branch of ser vice. and the one wherein ability and "punch" is most quickly recognized by rapid promotion—should he well In vestigated by the young man as his opportunities aie better there than any other place in the service. The opinion that infantry is the hardest bianch of all Is erroneous—they are the best cared for and best fed of any and do not walk as much in a week ordinary grocery clerk or de SUNDAY Double Chin If you have * double chin and flab biness of the face, orjf you are over stout In other parts of the body, get a small bos of oil of koreln at the ! druggist s; or write Mrs. Fallon. Sec retary Koreln Company, 343.1, East 1 28th Street Arcade, New York, N. Y.. I for free testing packet which will come In a plain envelope with Informa tion about beautifying figure and Im proving health, vivacity, etc., through a simple, guaranteed system for reduc ing weight ten lo sixty pounds. Liberty Bonds Bring us your Liborty Bonds. First issue accepted at par value, plus 5 per cent, and second issue aocepted st par, in payment of accounts. re 209 N TENTH ST. BOISE. IDAHO. DRY YOUR APPLES This is the little machine which pareR, cores and slices all in one op, eration. A few minutes is all the time required and you hSYe your box of apples ready for the sun. Dried apples, we assure you, will be expensive when buying them out of a store this coming winter. Think ser iously. If you have apples going lo waste or can buy some at anywhere near a reasonable figure, wouldn't it pat you to buy one of these little ma chlnea? To give everyone a chance we have made the price reasonable 76c buys it. We would like to have you call at the store, but if you are too busy we will send you one by parcel post for 6c additional. Send cash, stamps, money order or your check with order. If you want one don't de lay. Get it now. THE RACKET STORE 311 N. 8th 4 *. Opp. Poetoffice. A: it*. Idaho. Building. Boise, in person at once. The Signal corps is In need of com petent. telegraph operators and young men with a knowledge of wireless who can he sent to school and taught. The medical department has a few vacancies now for ambitious young men who have an idea of studying medicine or pharmacy later. TIME RATHER SHORT. "The time is short for young men to pick their branch of the service and get in the regular army now," said Sergeant »'lark, as the advantages of enlisting voluntarily are many against those of waiting to be selected. Men I from 21 to 31 who have been regiater I ed are almost certain to be called for I examination at an early date; physic ally qualified men being held for ser vice and unfit men rejected entirely, j The minute men are called I can do j nothing for them whatever. ! Unless the vacancies given above are ! filled at an early date, the men wanted j will be taken direct from those men , drafted, colled and already in camp j «nd placed 1n the good berths now open. To fill the vacancies that will be left In the National Army through this procedure, more men will h* drafted, called and sent to the train ing'camps., I expect to receive a wire from the war__d«partment almost any day now tc close sbme of the branches now open for volunteers, and would urge every young man who is between 18 and 3] to hold close communion with himself and take inventory Of the quest-hen. He should put the advant ages of volunteering now on one side of the ledger and those of waiting to be selected on the other, and he will quickly see which side shows profit and which shows loss. He Is going to be taken any way and It behooves a brainy young man to get in while he cen get something to hts advantage. My office is open every day, and will he glad to talk with any «nan who will call on us at 1006th Main street." APPLICATIONS FOR GRAZING PERMITS. Notice Is hereby given that begin ners' applications for permits to graze cattle, horses and sheep within the Boise National Forest, during the sea son of 1918. must be filed ifi my office at Boise, Idaho, on or before Oct. 15, 1917. Rlank forms to be used in mak ing applications and full information will be furnished upon request. This notice does not apply to present per mlttees. E. GRANDJEAN. Forest Su pervlsor. SAW 07 The Stephens orchards will endeavor to handle at least two carloads of ap- pies daily. A capable lidder could find employment at large wages.—Adv. 014 -■ Avoid chilly rooms in the morning by using 'ole's Hot Blast Heaters. They prevent colds and alckness. Adv-Oct7 Stones marking the Mason and Dixon line beer the Penn and Baltimore fam- j 11 y coat of arms. FRY & SUMMERS CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. AND EMBALMKR8. Faultless Servie*. Privet* Ambulance. Careful Attendante- PHONE *7«. DAY AND NIGHT. Quaint, odd and intaroating importa tions of Oriental embroider)**, fancy China, Pottery, Trays. Bead* and Brie a-Brac at . SCHACKNER'S ART AND GIFT SHOP. 1013 Main St., Boil*, Ida. Pietur* Framing our Specialty. 5-Passenger Touring . 4-Passenger Roadster Elgin Six ** The Car of the Hotti** Four Points You Should Consider Elgin Distinction Elgin Economy Elgin Endurance Elgin Comfort are the bife points that rank the Elfein Six best in the moderate-price class. Elfein Distinction comes with the fashionable center cowl of the hifeh-priced European models, combined with the beautiful yacht line design of the Elgin Six, giving a style and distinction that sets the Elgin Six apart from the monotonous design of the average car. Elfein Endurance has been proven by crucial tests in some of the most gruelling reliability contests, where the Elgin Six came through with perfect scores and without mechanical adjustment during or immediately after such runs. The Elgin Six has established a new record of 1,626 car-racking, stamina-testing miles, in 67 V hours, between Chicago and Miami, Fla., over steep, rocky mountain roads, heavy sands, and slimy, treacherous swamp roads. Elgin Economy is the third bife point that a prospective buyer should consider. A minimum in wear on all parts of the motor and equipment of the car, minimum consumption of gasoline and oil at all times and under all conditions—these are the points that make Elgin Economy famous. Elgin cars in the tests mentioned above traveled an aggregate of 825 miles on an average consumption of gasoline of 25.6 miles to the gallon, and over 200 miles to a quart of oil. Elgin Comfort is insured by the work of Elfein Engineers, who have perfected an improved rear spring suspension, found only in the Elgin Six, which sets a new standard of motoring ease and comfort at high speeds, reducing shock and vibration to a point not surpassed in any car at any price. The special construction of the Elfein velvet-acting clutch enables the Elgin Six to be started on high gear, eliminating to a large degree the necessity of gear shifting under ordinary conditions, thus making the handling of a motor car safe and eaty for women. These four points are only the bife factors of a car that justify such an en viable reputation as the Elgin Six bears. There are scores of other points that contribute materially to its standing as the premier car of its class. From front to rear of the car, inside and out, seen and unseen, the Elgin Six will stand the inspection of the most expert mechanics and not be found wanting in anything that makes for comfort, power, speed, endurance and beauty. Let us prove these statements to you. Elgin Motor Car Corporation, Chicago, V. S. A. Gem State Motor Company Phone, 86. 915 Grove St. Boise—Nampa—Mountain Home. The Idaho Medical Company Men, we can without a doubt, give you the very best of medical treatment if you are suffering with any Acute and Chronic Private Dis ease, Blood and Skin troubles. Hydrocele, Varicocele. Rheumatism, Piles, Ftstulae, Stricture, getting up at night, Unnatural Losses. Kxtreme Nerv ousness. Loss of Ambition. We are equipped with the latest Instrumenta and uppliances to give you quick and/ lasting results. To those that have been disappointed in getting well, we ask you to call on us. After a thorough examination we can tell you the facts. We can by request refer you to many cases that we have gotten well, gome that had given up all hopes of ever being well. What we have done for others we can do for you. We publish no testimonials of satisfied patients as every thing is strictly confidential. All prescriptions are filled from our own drug stock. Personal care and attention given to each and every cas* until they are well. Payments may be arranged to suit your convenience. Consultation and advice free. OFFICE HOURS: 9. A. M. to 12 M. 1 P. M. to 5 P.M. 7 P. M. to ê P. M. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS. 10 A. M. to 12 M. IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY. 8. 8, 7 and 8, Odd Fallow*' Bldg.. 9th and Idaho Sta„ Boisa, Idaho. Our Efforts are dedicated to the man who wants to dress well, and at the same time make his dollars go farthest. Our constant aim is toward this end, and every v Suit" we make is evi dence of our effort. THE IDAN-HA TAILORS F. J. MILLER IDAN-HA HOTEL CAMTAL $100.000.00 We have a plan whereby you can purchase s home by making small weekly or monthly deposits in our-Savings Department. You can just as well own a nice little home as pay rent. Large lots for gardening—cheap taxes and water. Boise Title and Trust Co. (a S. H. HATS. Draaldent. O. O. HAGA, Vic* President W. J. ARBS. Secretary. R S. HOOVER Treaauran 814 IT. Eighth SL FARM LOANS HERBERT F. LEMP 37 FALK BUILDING, BOISE, IDAHO. 6-yoar lean*, with privilag* of paying prineipal in whala nr in port an any intaroat data.