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Around the Boise Valley Loop
Nampa Agent
HALLEY WILSON,
Phon* 4*5W
J. R. STOTTS
Napartar, Phana Sri,
BOISE.
Caldwell Agent
K MILkEft.
Pl.onaa 452R ar 88.
BK CROWD HEIIItS
ADDRESS BV BORAH
ON THE WORLD WAR
Importance of Revival of the
Spirit of the Monroe Doc
trine After the Conflict
Pointed Out.
Caldwell, Oct. 26.—Addressing an
audience of more than 1000 people last
evening at the evening's session of the
Farmers' school which convened in this
city Tuesday under the auspices of the
Canyon county farm bureau, United
States Senator William E. Borah de
livered the most forceful and instruc
tive address yet heard In this city on
the worldwide war situation. With
pntriotlc fervor Senator Borah empha
sir.ed the importance of the revival
of the spirit of "The Monroe Doctrine"
after the war. "America for Amer
leans" is the slogan which he would
have Inspire the citizens of this coun
after the close of the struggle in
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whic h me country is engaged, and the
responsive chord which his advocacy
met was highly reflected through the
round after round of applause which
greeted him.
The war Is an American war and
must be settled by American stand
ards." declared Senator Borah. Con
tinuing he said
dynastic governments or Europe into
oblivion. No people should he dom
inated. There never can be a per
manent pease until each people can
make its own choice of government."
AMERICAN LOVE OF LIBERTY.
In commenting upon the superiority
of the American soldiers who will
soon be in the trenches over the Ger
man soldiers, the senator said: "When
the American soldier goes into the
We must sweep ïhe
trenches, be will carry him some- !
thing the German does not have—that
love of liberty, that love of individual
initiative, that love of home and coun
try thal will put to dçfeat the German
war machine.'
He emphasized the fact that in every
war the fighting of the battles must be
done by the people and that the ex
penses must be paid by the people, and
In this connection, he declared that
the selective draft went into the homes
of the rich and pooi' and took the
physically fit, and that in finances,
the government should do the same
thing—take money from business for
the financing of the war.
In illustration, he said that if the
Du Pont Powder company made $50,
000,000 on account of the war, a cer
tain portion of the profits should he
conscripted. The Armour people, he
declared made $14,000.000 last
tnd the Du Ponts made
year
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during 1916 and that If he had his way
$o per cent of these profits would be
taken to pay the expense, of the war. j
Senator Borah expressed himself as
being Skeptical about the success of
the government's policy in fixing
priées on food, unless prices are also!
fixed on all items entering into the
production of food. The speculators,
be declared should be eliminated. He
predicted a great, enlargement of the
president's power in fixing prices at
the next session of congress.
FUNERAL OF
Caldwell. Oct. 26
MRS. MEADE.
-Funeral services
wer.» held this forenoon at 10 o'clock
from the Presbyterian church for Mrs.
M. F. Meade, wife of Rev. M. F. Meade,
who died at her home in this city Wed- ,^
nesdav following a paralytic stroke re- I
reived some weeks since. Rev. F. E. |
Springer, of the College of Idaho, con- j
ducted the services. Interment was in
the Canyon Hill cemetery.
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FUNERAL OF THOMAS FRAZIER,
Nampa. Oct. 26.—Funeral services
were held this «afternoon at 2:30 o'clock *
from the residence of Mrs. M. E. Jones.
his mother, for Thomas Frazier, who
died Wednesday following an illness of
two years. Rev. R. B. Meredith, pastor
of the Baptist church, conducting the
services. Interment was in the Koh
lerlawn cemetery. •
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TWO MARRIAGES.
Caldwell, Oct. 26.—Two wedding
ceremonies were performed by Probate
Judge Frank Meed yesterday after
noon. The couples were as follows:
Edwin F. Holmes and Miss Hazel B.
Noyer, both of Payette Claude Bullock
of P.arma and Mary E. Warren of
Nyspa. Ore.
r Milk
For Infants
A Invalids
.Substitut»
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A Nutritious Diet for All Anes.
Keep Horliek'. Always on Hand
Quick Lunch; Homs or
SAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE.
I, Moat Popular and Up-to-Data
C*fo in Caldwoll.
A Firot Clata Soda Fountain in
aonnaetion.
Lloyd Hardan and Dick Hefman,
Proprietor,.
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le S al Umlt, an <* as a consequence radi
ta * action upon the part of local offi
cers highly probable. The speed
bein S indulged in is held to be a men
ace t0 the ,ife ot citizens, especially
children, and the demand for severe
punishmbent as a means to stop the
Practice has reached such proportions
ADDRESS ON WORK
OF THE BOYS' CLUBS
I Caldwell, Oct. 26.-Tlie featuring
! part of today'* program at the farmers'
! school in progress in this city was the
; lectures and demonstrations given to
; the boys' and girls' clubs of the county
I by W. T. McCall, of Boise, state leader
I of the boys' clubs, and his assistant,
j Miss Z. Fay Fowler, to whose super
| vision the girls' clubs are entrusted.
In a highly interesting address, Dean
j Iddings, of the agricultural department
' of the state university, .gave the boys
! pointers on hog raising and subse
quently conducted n hog judging con
test for them.
A canning demonstration Is sched
uled for the girls at the session of to
morrow when the week's Institute will
end.
CAMPAIGN AGAINST
RECKLESS DRIVING
Meridian, Oct. 26.—There is a strong
advocacy among the citizens of this
place for the arrest and legal punish- I
ment of autoists going through the i
through the town,
that an example is likely to be made
of the first reckless driver passing
STUDENTS BUY BOND.
Nampa, Oct. 26.—As a factor for the
success of the second liberty loan
bond campaign in this city, the mem
brrs of ,he Junior class of the high
school subscribed $00 for the purchase
of a bond which is to become a part
of the fund of the class treasury. When
the bond Is redeemed the money will
be donated to the class.
COMMERCIAL CLUB DANCE.
Caldwell. Oct. 26.—Under the aus
pices of the Commercial club of this
city n dance will be given at the arm
ory this evening for the benefit of
! com P an > O the Second Idaho which
composed of young men from this
city. An exceedingly large patronage
is predicted.
SUIT BROUGHT FOR DIVORCE
Caldwell. Oct. 26.—A suit was filed in
the district court yesterday afternoon
by John Albert Murray, of Nampa,
against Anna B. Murray. The papers
in the case were immediately with
drawn, but the suit is presumed to be
an action for divorce.
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Nampa, Oct. 26.—Mrs. Paul Rtampke
who has been quite ill is reported to be
much improved.
E. F. Chnttlen, of Price, Utah, is a
business visitor In the city.
S. W. Baldwin, of Ada. Kan., is visit
ing in the city and looking after pro
perty interests.
j Mrs. J. I* Brown, of Boise, is visiting
j n the city as the guest of Mrs. J. N.
Crawford*
j Mrs. Alice Workman, of Harmonv,
Mjnn „ who , lns bppn vigiUnf , the ( . ity
thp past mnnth rp , Bvnpd to hei .
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Joe Hoffman, of Pendleton, Ore., is
a business visitor in the city.
W. A. Pleasants was a Boise visitor
yesterday.
F. W. Niles and family, of Pocatello,
are visiting in the city and will prob
ably become permanent citizens.
Grandma Row, mother of Mrs. Chan
very critical con
f' ,lon ' to a brokpn Hp. * he
arci ^ ent occuring Wednesday when 1
Mr "- Row was in yard near thel
,^ ome an< *
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MJSXvXIjIAN
Meridian, Oct. 26.—J. A. Fenton,
cashier of the local bank, was a busi-
ness visitor to Boise yesterday.
R. H. Griffiths transacted business
in Boise yesterday.
B * A,,en « night agent at the local
* n t®rurban depot, spent yesterday in
Caldwell.
Mrs,
Abel and children left
morning for Los Angeles, where
the >' wni spend the winter,
Jack Vanlandingham has returned
fro,n an extended visit to Oklahoma,
Anderson has returned from
Camp Lewis at American Lake, Wash.,
amination required by the army offi
cers.
Mrs. A. Nelson and son, of Port
land. are visiting here as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bailey.
C. E. Bailey was a Boise visitor to
day.
CALDWELL.
Caldwell. Oct. 36. -Carl E. McPtay
was a business visitor to Boi,e yes
terday.
Phillip Ola**, of Jordan Valley, Ore.,
is visiting In the rity.
Julian Steunenberg will build a res
idence on Washington Heights in the
immediate future.
The birth of a s«>n Is reported at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin.
James Dement, jr., transacted busi
ness in Boise Wednesday.
The birth of a boy baby is reported
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Moody.
A. L. Chenoweth is building a highly
modern bungalow on his property on i
Blaine street between Sixteenth and |
Seventeenth avenues.
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Mrs. krank Moore Is reported quite j
111 with an attack of la grippe.
H. R. Cleaver has just completed
having failed to pass the physical ex-j
highly modern bungalow.
D. H. Anderson, of Portland, is vis
iting In the city with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H D .Anderson.
Mrs. J. C. Ford and Miss Margaret
DIVER'S COSTUME
DEFIES BOMBS
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type of diving costume devised bj
German naval authorities and em
ployed by divers at work on harboi
defenses at Ostend. The costume ii
described as being designed to offorf
Security against enemy bombi
dropped in the water.
Portland,
Ball have gone to Rochester, Minn.,
where th'ey will spend several weeks.
Miss Faye Stewart, of Salmon City,
is visiting in the city.
Attorney Cleve Groome returned yes
terday from Boise, whore he had spent
several days transacting legal business.
Attorney General T. A. Walters, of
Boise, was a visitor in the city yester
day.
Ike Dickey returned yesterday from
a business trip of several days to
.lames Kelleher has returned from a
business trip to Jordan Valley, Ore.
Mrs. lota Hodge and daughters,
Misses Mildred and Pearl, have re
turned from an extended visit to
Mountain Home.
Captain Dan Banks was down from
the Boise barracks yesterday visiting
friends.
Senator Dow Dunning, of Homedale,
was a business visitor in the city yes
terday.
George Kincaid, the local real es
. täte man, was a business visitor to
Boise yesterday.
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AMUSEMENTS
MAJESTIC.
George Walsh opens at the Majestic
theater today in his newest comedy
drama entitled "This Is the Ulfe." It
is a five-part feature with "a laugh
a minute," and "smiles between."
Buckley's trained monkey and ape
show is on the same bill. This is one
of the rarest novelties in vaudeville,
and comes highly praised by the vau
deville critics of the east. Grace. War
ren is a charming comedienne and pre
sents a. clever little musical and com
edy act.
Coming soon is "Come Through." a
mighty drama taken from the famous
underworld story by George Bronson
Howard. "When a Man Sees Rod,
taken from the Saturday Evening |
Post story of "The Painted Lady," j
|and starring William Farnum, will be I
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presented at an early date also as wdll
be "Cleopatra" with Theda Bara cast
In the stellar part.
ORIENTAL DANCING.
Further enhancing the Murdock at
traction at the Finney theater for a
three-day engagement commencing to
night is the Oriental danc ing and sing
ing of a bevy of Oriental girls in the
weird religious rite dances of the far
east.
TO DIVERT COAL TO
OHIO AND MICHIGAN
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' ban Francisco, Oct. 86 . — Flou«* was
j a ]jU |
The Murdock attraction is a mys
tery show throughout. The first part
being a series of the most puzzling 1
feats ot magic and illusions ever of- I
fered In a theater.
The second part of the performance
termed the Spirit Seance, is something
wbo ** s ' out tbe or 'linary ' n theatri
cal attractions. Murdock appears
during the second half of the perform
ance as the White Mahatma (crystal
seer) apd with the aid of a crystal
answers all questions asked or writ
ten by any member of the audience,
featuring some marvelous tests in
thought transmission andthought pro
jection.
Wftshingion. Oct. 26.—-Priority Di-|
rector R. S. I*o\ett today ordered 24 :
hours* suspension of preference ship
ments of bituminous coal for the
northwest beginning midnight, Oct. 28. '
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This was done at the request of Fuel
Administrator Garfield to divert coal
to Ohio and Michigan to relieve the
serious domestic shortage in these two
states.
FLOUR PRICE DROPS
40 CENTS A BARREL
nearer to pocket book range
here today, when it went down 40
cents a barrel. A 50 pound Back sold
for $2.95.
Millers declared It would be impos
sible to sell any cheaper with wheat at
$2.14. Some predicted the new price
could not be maintained.
IN THE CLOSING
HOURS Of DAY
General Rally in Prices in
the Lastof Session—Good
Gains Made by Leading
Stocks.
New York, Oct. 26.—The stock
market opened irregular today. Rails
were weak. Union Pacific sold off %
at 117%; Krie off % at 18% and Can
adian Pacific oft % at 143 %. Steels
were Irregular. U. S. Steel opened at
104%, up %; Bethlehem B was off %
at 83% while Urucible sold off % at
«5%. ,
Utah opened at 80 off %; tobacco
products 55%, up 1; Atlantic and Gulf
104% up %.
Canadian Pacific sold off 2 points to
142—the year's low. AVall Street be
I'cves Canadian Pacific and Union ra
tifie are being liquidated by wealthy
bohlt rs, subject to 50 per cent Income
taxes.
Marine preferred gained 3 to 92%.
Distillers and Centrul Leather both
sagged, the first 1 %, the second 1 %.
The entire list firmed in the second
half hour, including coppers.
l General Electric was forced down
4% to 132% by raiders in the early af
I ternoon.
1 Shorts hurried to cover during the
lust hour when the market made a
show of strength. Atlantic Gulf re
covered three points; Marine preferred
rebounded from 90% to 92%. Rails
firmed under Union Pacific leader
ship.
NEW YORK SUN REVIEW.
New York, Oct. 26.—The New r York
Evening Sun financial review today
said :
Growing enthusiasm in the work on
the liberty loan campaign and re
doubled efforts on the part of the,®
banking fraternity and in fact every
body in Wall street to make the loan
j a success In the fullest meaning of the
! term served to divert attention still
I further from the securities market to
; day. Trading was light and such bus
iness as wa stransacted was entirely
in the hands of the professional ele
ment. A firm tone prevailed in most
of the list.
| top, 16.05.
j Sheep — Receipts,
LIVESTOCK.
Chicago, Oct. 26.—The hog market !
closed steady. Top $16.
tomorrow 10 , 000 .
Cattle closed weak. Top $17.00.
Calves $14.00. Estimated tomorrow
2,500.
Sheep market closed steady. Top
$12.75; lambs $17.75. Estimated to
morrow 2 , 000 .
Hogs — Receipts 15,000. Market
steady. Mixed and bu*chers, 14.64®
16.75; good to heavy, f5. [email protected];
Estimated
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16.45; Pige, 10.35014.00.
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Cattle — Receipts 8,000. Market I
steady. Beeves, 6.85® 17.00; cows and !
heifers. [email protected]; stockers and feed- !
ct.'. [email protected]; calves, [email protected];!
western steers, [email protected]
Sheep — Receipts, 6,000. Market I
strong. Native, 8.75 @11.85; western,
[email protected]; Iambs, native, [email protected]; I
lambs, western, 12.75® 17.75.
OMAHA.
South Omaha, Oct. 26.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 3300. Market, slow, steady to
easier. Steers, [email protected] 16.50; cows and heif
ers, 6 ®9.10; stockers and feeders, 6 @
13; calves, [email protected] 12.50; bulls and stags,
[email protected]
Hogs—Receipts, 1400. Market, 10c
higher. Bulk of sales, [email protected];
7500. Market
I strong to [email protected] higher. Yearlings,
[email protected]; wethers, 11% 12 ; lambs,
16<Q 17; ewes, [email protected]
PORTLAND.
Portland. Oct. 26.—Cattle—Receipts,
230. Market, quiet. Best beef steers,
[email protected]; good beef steers, [email protected];
best beef cows, [email protected]; ordinary to
good cows, [email protected]; best heifers, [email protected];
bulls. [email protected]; calves, [email protected]; stock
ers and feeders. 4 @ 7.25.
Hogs—Receipts, 879. Market, steady.
Prime light. [email protected]; prime heavy,
[email protected]; pigs, [email protected]; bulk.
Market, firm.
Western lambs. 14014.50; valley
lambs, 13.50014; yearlings, 12.500)13;
wethers, 12012.50; ewes, 8.5009.25.
1 14 .25014.50.
I Sheep—Receipts, 261.
GRAIN
Oats, following ths tr.nd In rorn, was
lowsr. Dsrembsr opsnsd unrbangnd
nnd ,ater l0Bt * t0 * 9 May was %
: higher at the opening, losing % later,
'Provisions were higher on a steady
hog market.
' Corn- December 119. January 116*4.
' May 113*4
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Oct. 26.—Selling by yester
buyers, following an early bulge.
today sent corn down *4 to %. cents
under yesterday's closing prices. j
December corn opened V4 higher but
late lost t. to $1.19*4. January also
opened *4 higher at 1.17. later selling at 1
1.16 V May opened at 1.14*4 **P V
sequently losing N
Oats—December 58 7 4. May 60V4«
MONEY.
4; six months. 5%05%;
New' York, Oct. 26. Money on call,
Mercantila
Paper, 5V*. Bar Silver—New York,
83V4; demand—Sterling, 4.75.17V*.
PRODUCE
NEW YORK.
New York. Oct. 26.—Sugar—Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 96 test, 6.90; Mus
covado, 89 test, 6.02; refined, steady;
cut loaf, 9.85; crushed, 9.60; powdered,
9.3008.55; granulated, 2.85.
Coffee— Rio No. 7, on the spot, 3.
FASHION HINT
Muck filet lace and chiffon; girdle of
Japanese embroidery in black am
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Gown of white satin with tunic ol
Hay—Firm, No. 1, 1.20(1
1.0001.05.
Clover—85® 1.15.
POTATOES.
Chicago, Oct. 26.—Potatoes receipts,
48 cars. Wisconsins, [email protected]; Min
nesotas, [email protected]
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! Goncofd grapes, per lb...........4%e
Casaba me,onR - D pr > b
j Honey Dew Melons, lb.
Cranberries, per quart .
I Italian prunes, per !h
j Peaches, Sal way ......
$1.00
Damson plumbs, 6 lbs for ........ 25c
Pumpkins, per lb................. 2c
Squash, per lb...................2c
Barllett pears, box.............fj.00
Egg plant, each ................ So
New beets, bunch ................. Ce
turnips, bunch
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New <mk,ns lb...........* ^
OlllOnS. ID. . .................. 4C
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Celery, per bunch
Cauliflower, per lb.
Lettuce, per head
Parsley, per bunch
Mint, per bunch ................. 50 ;
Green onions ................t for Be
Radishes .....................f for 5c
Cabbage, per lb.................f % |
Green peppers, doz................;5c
Ranch eggs, per dozen......... 5 'a
Creamery butter, per lb ..........,5 >c
No. 1 storage eggs, per doz... 450600
Ranch butter, per lb ........45050a
Rooking apples ...............2101.61
Beet sugar, per cwt..............28.50
Sugar, per cwt., cane ...........38.75
Flour, straight grades, per 48
pound sack .........*....32.6502.80
Flour, high patent, per 48-pound
sa-k .....................32.7003.00
Rice, per pound ............lo011%c
Local lard, 10-lb. pail ..
Eastern lard. 10-lb. pall .........32.85
Cottolene, per pall ........31.1602.50
Hens, per pound ...............27o
Roasting chickens, per pound.....30c
Fryers, lb.........
Turkeys, per pound
Geese, per pound..................20c
Ducks, per nound ...........
Local Cured Meats
5c and 10c
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35cl
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27 0
Bacon, sliced, per pound ..........45c !
Oysters, Virginia selects, per doz ..60c
Salmon, per lb ..................27*4
Halibut, per lb ..................27Vic
Smelt, per lb .....................20c
Crabs, each..................30 @ 40c
WHOLESALE.
Honey, per case [email protected]
Potatoes, per hundred ...........$1.75
Fresh ranch eggs, case $10.50 to $11.00
Carrots, per hundred ............Sl.oO
Livestock and Poultfy.
Cows, per [email protected]
Steers ...................... ..$6 @6.60
Brime hogs, per cwt............$15.00
Medium hogs
sub-jMeavy hogs
Bacon, per pound by strip.........40.c I
Plcnic ham, per pound ...........25c
Regular hams, per pound .........sicisuanee
Sliced ham, per pound ...........45c |
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Oysters, N. Y. counts, per doz .....90c ;
.314.75 I
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Hens ........................... 15c I
Dairy Products. j
Cheese, per pound .......... S4 0 25c
Cube butter, per lb............... 46c
Mtlk for butter fat, per pound ... 60e :
Creamery butter, per lb........... 48c [
Butter fat, per pound ........... 48e |
WATCHING BORDER
FOR GERMAN SAILORS
Tex., Oct. 26.—Department
El Paso,
of justice agents and army officers 1
jure closely guarding the bolder today
to apprehend nine German sailors who
escaped from Fort McPherson, Ua„
and ure reported headed for Mexico to
seek aid of their countrymen In cross
ing the Atlanth
Gerinan residents at Juarez ssy they
will send the escaped sailors to Hpatn
by way of Vera Cruz If the fugitives
succeed in crossing the International
line.
Plano moving mad* easy. Call 71.
Peasley Transfer A Storage Co.—Adv.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE—Firzt clans tickst for a
male from Nampa to Chicago; good
for stopover. Addreni 2023 care
Capital News. tl Q28c
FOR SAT.E— Beautiful piano at sacri
fice; china, wicker bahy buggy; 1317
Grove. tl 027
6 COWS and 6 calves for sale. Terms
given if all are sold. Inquire H. C.
Myers on bench. James S. McLIn.
tl028c
FOR RENT — Furnished apartments
for housekeeping; 628 Fort stf TL tf
FOR SALE—7-room modern bonne and
furniture. First-class condition. Ad
dress 919 N. 21st. Phons 2042-W.
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FOR SALE—80 acres all In cultivation;
paid up water; 6 -room house; good
family orchard; all sheep tight fence
and cross fence; price 2125 per acre;
will take liberty bonds for It. Geo.
H. Wetter, Empire Bldg. tl 025
TAKEN up at my ranch % ml. no. of
Garyasta. 3 cows branded on left
hip, double quarter circle L and
calves. Owner esn have same
paying for feed and this ad. 031
WANTED—All Icinda ot second hand
goods. Phone 662-J. tl-tf
THE WONDERFUL HOWARD
OVERDRAFT HEATER; 1
THE HEAT WITH HALF THE
FUEL COMPANY STORE. 906
IDAHO. tLtf
CALL that man Dick when selling
furniture. He has a machine and
will call promptly. Standaid Ei
change store, 12th And Main. Phone
898. tlN 8
APPLES—Bring your boxes and come
to the farm for Jonathans at $1 and
Grimes Golden at 31.15. Lone Birch
Place. Phone 2434-W.
212.50 PER ACRE—163 acres dry land.
1-nnd Is level; R. R. station In cen
ter; 100 acres fenced; small house.
Mike Rush, Mora, Idaho.
Tues, Frl., Sun. O80c
FOR SALE—Real Estate
Vi ACRE and 8 room modern bunga
i low on car line to trade for city
; property.
SO ACRES paid up water, good build
ings, 47 alfalfa, lit pasture, balance
grain. Price $14,000.
40 ACRES fenced, close to Boise,
I $3300.
I 80 ACRES, small buildings, 65 clover,
25 grain land, Settlers water, price
$150 per acre. Day Realty, Corner,
10th and Idaho. t(
HIGHLY IMPROVED 40 acres. »4 mile
to car line, near Ustick; V* in fruit
balance in hay and grain. Price,
$10,000. Clear of debt and a nice
home in Boise. Price $3000. Trade
for good stock ranch. Overland Real
Estate Co., 365 Sonna Bldg., Boise
Ida. Phone 885-J. tl
160 ACRES, $15.000, as good a* any
$200 land. If you pay more than
above price any place In Louthern
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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OF ALL
: kinds; for «ale, «tores, stock», hotels,
cafes, confectionery and cigar store
located in Boise or surrounding towns.
Call special attention to hardware and
impiement stock in good railroad
town. All of these cheap on pay
ments; some wili consider trade.
Schooler-Starling Agency. Overland
Building. Phone S58-W, Boise, Idaho,
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LEGAL NOTICE.
Notice for Publication of Time Ap
pointed for Proving Will, Etc.
State of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
! M. Hollister, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said Court,
mode on the 22nd day of October. 1917,
notice is hereby given that Monday
thft 5th day of November, 1917, at 1(
ocIoclc a - 8ft, rt day. at the Court
Room of said Court at the Court house,
in Boise. County of Ada, has been ap
pointed as the time and place for prov
! i* 1 *» Will of said Joseph M. Hollis
I ^ er * deceased, and for hearing the ap
plication of Lenora Hollister for the 1s
to her of letters of admlniatra
| tion with will annexed, when and where
any personinterested may appear and
; c*onte*st the same.
Dated October 22, 1917,
R. H. DUNLAP, Clerk.
Adv. Nov. 1.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF
TIME APPOINTED FOR PROV
ING WILL, ETC.
In the Probate Court of Ada Coun
ty, State of Idaho.
In the matter of the estate of Helen
HunJ, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said Court,
made on the 20th day of October. 1917,
notice Is hereby given that Thursday,
I the first day of November, 1917, at 2
j o'clock p. m. of said day. at the Court
I Room of said Court, at. the Court House
j in Boise. County of Ada, has been ap
pointed as the time and place for prov
Ing the will of said Helen Hunt, de
: ceased, and for hearing the application
[ of C, A. Prouty for the Issuance to
| him of letters of administration with
the will annexed, when and where any
person interested may appear and con
test the same.
Dated Oct. 20. 1917.
R. H. DUNLAP.
Clerk.
1 —Adv. 0-31.
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COMPANY.
Boise, Idaho.
«NOTICE.
There Is delinquent upon the follow
Ing described stock on account of th«
assessment levied on the 14th day of
September, 1917, the several amounts
set opposite the names of ths respec
tive share holders, as follows:
Stockholder's Cert. No. of Am't
Name. No. Shares. Due.
Adams, W. J. N..... 630 ( 3 6.00
LEGAL NOTICE
Albert. M. F .......
220
10
10.00
1 Allison, Alexander,
j Wm. W. and Jos.
,
I trustees In
trust for Minnie
Allison Haskett..
1028
25
25.00
! Anderson. Geo. D.
478
25
25.00
Aubertin. M. Louise
692
20
20.00
Bailey, Clara E.....
338
20
• 20.00
j Barrett, H. E.......
398
10
10.00
Baugh, W. H.......
350
200
200.00
| Baugh. YV. H.......
33
50
60.00
1 Blomgren, C'has. ...
790
25
25.00
| Bohrer. John .......
270
J00
100.00
Board man. F. G .....
361
10
10.00
i Brassier, F. K.. .. .
873
25
25.00
Buck, Geo..........
501
5
5.00
Carlyle. W. H......
489
10
loon
Carpenter, W. A....
557
10
10.00
Cary, F. T..........
605
10
10.00
Chamberlain, E. M..
546
10
10.00
Chester, W. H.....
559
50
60.00
Clark, S. K.........
303
35
35.00
Crawford. Dorothy..
742
4
4.00
Creps, Nina G ......
432
5
5.00
Cupp, Walter ......
1020
I
1.00
Davis. Hester A...
693
28%
28.50
Drlessel. Geo. A....
720
50
50.00
Driggs, Don C......
337
25
25.00
! Dunford, J. L.......
940
8.84
Dunstan, Josle .....
297
12
12.00
! Edwards, T. M......
314
50
60.00
! Eichelberger, T. E..
621
10
10.00
! Emery, J. H........
470
5
5.00
j Empey, John ......
729
25
25.00
Finney, Wm.......
176
50
50.00
i Fisher, C. C.........
8.35
2
2.00
Frederick, ('has.....
«18
26
25.00
French, C. S........
775
10
10.00
Gardner, F. M.......
. 4
5
5.00
Gary, John S.......
105
200
200.00
Gayle, .las. T.......
247
50
60.00
(Gestal Narcisaa F.
685
5
5.00
Gir.nrd, Geo. F ......
8S0
10
»0.00
Glorieux. A. J.......
16.3
t
2.00
Gorton, L. M........
483
20
20.00
Grid ley, C. E.......
697
10
10.00
Guiser, Samuel ...
886
25
25.00
Hancock, E. H......
811
3
8.00
Hanson, Enoch W.
680
10
10.00
Harkins, P.........
874
10
10.00
Harris. Alexander..
475
50
80.00
Hartwell, A. W.
100
Hartwell, A. W....
627
10«
lftft.OO
Haskett, Minnie Al
lison .............
1027
(8
18.00
! Higgs, A. A.........
m
10
10.00
Hoover, C. A.......
6*8
10
10.00
Hopkins, A. J.......
712
8
6.00
Horn. W. T.........
681
50
60.00
Howell, Ezra .7____
447
10
lo.no
Hunt, R. S.........
442
10
10.00
Hyde, Geo. E......
79t
25
25.00
Hyde. Geo. T......
492
10
10.00
Irsfeld, N. W. .....
547
10
10.00
Ireton, C. W. .....
221
5
6.00
Jameson, .1. C. ...
696
2
2.00
Johnson, Martin____
438
Johnson, Martin...
60
«0.00
Johnston, W. H....
560
10
10.00
Johnston, Wm. R..
849
450
450.00
Johnston, Alex ...
46
26
26.00
Jones. Ruby ......
519
5
5.00
j Knckley, Ida .....
567
100
100.00
1 Kerr, Carrie M...
635
5
5.00
1 Kilh.nm, E. H......
634
25
25.00
I Kimbrough, John .
633
50
50.00
(Knight, S.........
21,5
25
25.00
j Knight, Martha ...
65
5
5.00
1 Lamberton. C. H...
750
2
2.00
j Lane, Jas. H.......
817
25
25.00
! Lane, Jennie E. ...
818
25
25.00
| Laughran, Grace .
699
25
25.00
Low is, Leo. N......
890
25
26.00
Liming. P. O.......
511
10
10.00
Linlk, A. T........
122
Link. A. T........
591
Link, A. T.........
592
5ft
50.06
Lounsberry, Andrew
207
50
50.00
Lucas, A. B ........
912
25
25.00
Lyons, W. H.......
488
10
10.0(1
Matthews, Samuel.
468
15
15.00
Meyer, A..........
721
5 •
5.00
j Michael. Earl .1 ____
246
10
10.00
Miller. F. R........
1010
Miller, F. R........
938
16
16.0(1
! Morris, J. B.......
581
20
20.00
j McCornick, W. S...
189
10
10.00
J McCutcheon, O. E..
328
10
lo.oo
McDonald, Chas. L.
722
25
25.00
j McDougal, B. H....
648
10
10.00
jMcMurray, John...
411
20
20.00
1 Nowlin, Maria......
527
10
10.00
j Olden. B. F ........
338
1
1.00
j Parks, Geo. S......
651
100
100.00
j Passey, John T......
435
to
10.00
j Patch, L. V..........
78
*
6.00
(Patterson, J. D.....
439
10
10.00
| Paxton, G. C........
650
25
25.00
Pence, Peter........
219
20
20.00
Perkins, Mrs. S'mn'r
991

21.00
j Pomeroy, E. G .......
18*
100
100.00
Porter, E. M........
405
10
10.00
Prescott, B. H......
654
10
10.00
Quigley, H. E.....
650
10
10.00
Read, Carrie E.....
441
8
6.00
Robinson, J. F...400
401
to
60.00
Rowe, T. W.......
£13
10
10.00
Sanders, W. T.....
619
to
10.0ft
Schmadeka, C. Q.
562. 561. 564. 865.
566
25
85.01
Scawell, Ethel M....
*79
5
£.00
Short, Wm.........
309
20
20.0«
Shoup, W. C. ......
499
5
5.00
Sims. H. C.........
483
6
6.00
Skipton. Mrs. T. A..
804
2
2.00
Slick, W. B........
82
10fl
100.00
Slick, J. W.........
702
50
60.00
Smedley, H. C.....
466
10
10.00
Snook, John W.....
188
60
60.00
Spackman, Hester .
«8«
10
10.00
Speer, YV. J........
49
25
26.00
States, G, W.......
533
10
10.00
Steele, Jas. H.......
587
25
15.00
Stone. Barbara A.. .
762
26
26.00
Stottler. Harry W..
6F8
2
t.00
Sullivan, R. A.......
383
10
10.00
Thatcher, N. D.....
666
50
60.00
Thomas, W. H......
462
10
10.00
Thompson, A. R.....
730
2
2.00
Trout. J. H........
688
10
10.00
Unger. M. J........
664
10
10.00
Van Kuren, Wm. G.
623
60
80.00
Vial. M L..........
419
5
6.00
Wagner, Wm......
311
10
10.00
Walker. Mrs. F. E..
671
10
10.00
Wallantyne. C.....
448
10
10 00
Warner. Bros......
574
10
10.00
Witherspoon, C. D.
172,
848
30
10.00
Wann. Jas. H. . . .
867
25
>6.00
Worthington. Thos.
L................
749
2
1.00
Woodvine, G. W. ..
740
23
15.00
Young. W. H......
404
5
6.00
And Inaccordance with law so many
shares of each parcel of such stock
as may be necessary will be sold at
the office of the Idaho State Life In
surance Company In the Empire Build
ing. Boise, Idaho, on the 6th day of
November, 1917, at 2 o'clock p. m., on
such date to pay delinquent .assess
ments thereon together with costs of
advertising and expenses of the aale.
GBO. B. WOOD,
Secretary.
Office; Empira Building, Boise, Ida.
Adv. 0<*

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