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CONKNSERYTO
BE BUILT FOB
BOISE VALLEY
Stockholders of Boise Co
operative Creamery Com
pany Authorize Building
Big Plant at Meridian.
Cost Will Be Approximately
$50,000 — Capacity to Be
75,000 Pounds Daily —
Survey for the Plant to Be
Started at Once.
A milk condensery plant costing; ap
proximately (60,000 and having a ca
pacity of 75,000 pounds daily is to be
built at Meridian by the Boise Co
operative Creamery company.
Authorization for the building of the I
iant was given Saturday ajternoon at
j
j
plant
» meeting of the majority of the stock
holders in the Boise Commercial club
rooms. There were nearly 100 stock- g
holders in attendance and all were en- ,
8 o^en..rv P ln thi Boise valley'
lug a condensery in tne Boise vaiiey, i
recognizing from experience, that
is the best dairy center In the United,«*
States
The meeting was presided over by T.
H. McDermott, president of the Boise
Co-operative company. He explained I
briefly the market guch a plant would
afford for the disposal of all the milk 1
produced at a better market price than;hogs.
could now be obtained and further (
pointed out that if the farmers did
not put in such a plant, that it would
not be long before some big corpora
tton would do so.
LOCATION DISCUSSED. j
The matter of location was the first
matter discussed. J. A, Fenton. In be-J
half of Meridian, stated that the citi
sens of that village, in the center of
the valley and the hub of the wheel of
a great dairy center, would furnish a
site and deal most fairly with the i
company if it would locate its plant
there. He pointed out that the site
would be on a spur of the Oregon
Short Line railroad and also adjoin-j
ing the Intorurban line, besides being
clove to the main highway which was
fed by arteries of good roads leading
from all points in the county. Merid
ian stockholders, he stated, stood rend ^ i
to support to their utmost the oon
densery, no matter where it was lo
cated. but for such a plant, he, believed
Meridian furnished the ideal site.
Several others, who did not live at
Meridian, sppke in its favor and fin
ally a motion was made that the con
densery be located there. t \ vote gave
the enterprising village the condensery
without dissention.
The stockholders then voted to
authorize the expenses of a prelimin
Inary survey not to exceed $500.
COMMITTEE APPOINTED.
A committee composed of stockhold
ers of the different dairy centers of
the .valley was then appointed to wait
on -«11 stockholders in their precincts
to get their sentiments upon the plant
and ascertain to what extent they
would sign up for a loan to build the
plant. The personal of the committee
is as follows ;
Eagle—W. Carrlnger. Neal Jennings,
6. W. Southwell, E. R. Sullivan and H.
J. Renk.
Ustick—O. D. Kntwistl*. B. F. Hurst,
E. N. Jackson, C. Dilligard, I* O.
Snider.
Bowmont— B. E. Evans, A. N. Goff,
James Rogers. Frank Crane, Walter
Bö 1 taxor.
Meridian—H. A. Wines. Henry Jack
lon, J. A. Fenton. S. H. Grondahl.
McDermott — F. L*. Record. A. Tt.
Powell, H.' G. Williams, Earl Marcum
and John Jepson. ,
GENERAL ORGANIZATION.
The officers of the compan
i
instructed to confer with «rtnmittecs
from the Nampa and Caldwell Co-op
prative creameries, who were present,
to see if a general organization for
Ihe building of the plant might not he
made. The matter was discussed but
more definite proposittans are to be
made at a later date.
H. A. Ireland of Caldwell, a govern
ment agricultural agent with the ex
tension department, addressed the
farmers concerning the need of breed
ing the best stock. He emphasized the
fact that there were not as many dairy
cattle in the Boise valley at present os
a year ago and declared that the high
a year ago ana aeciareu mai me mgn
price of feed had caused many to sell
out. ship, or send very good cows to I
Ihe block, which he sold would have , j
telling effect upon the dairy industry ;
another year.
He spoke of the necessity of bring-j
lng the best bulls into the valley toito
raise the standard of the stock and •
also lamented the fact that dairy herds I
wer« so scarce this winter that a Sow
testing club could not be organized
Mr. Ireland predicted a bright future
for the dairy industry in the Boise
valley and predicted that a large num
ber of higher grade dairy stock could
be found in the vslley within a few
years.
MARRIED AT CALDWELL.
Caldwell. Dec. 1.—8. !.. Pomeroy
and Miss Mabel McFarlyand, popular
young people of the Falk Store com
munity. were married Thursday at the
home of the bride's parents. The
bride is a firmer student of the Col
lege of Idalio and la very popular In
this city, while Mr. Pomeroy Is s
prominent stockman of his community.
The ceremony was performed by Pro
fessor F. E. Springer of the College of
Idaho faculty.
MARRIAGE LICENSE.
Caldwell, Dec. 1.—A marriage li
cense was issued this afternoon to a.
H. Shellaberger and Lula B. Weaver,
fewth of Nampa.
Around the Boise Valley Loop
Nampa Agent
N ALLEY WILSON,
1*1 mm 4MW
J. R. STOTTS
•OISE.
Caldwell Agent
K MILLER.
Rheaes 4UR #f tß.
'^"wpraent"tTthe mar
Qver the Oreg0 „ short Llne rall .
road. Of these shipments there were
24 carloads of wheat, valued at $57,
HEAVY SHIPMENTS
OEFARM PRODUCTS
ON TRACTION LINE
Caldwell Company Handles
Livestock, Crain and Po
tato Shipments to Value
of Quarter of Million.
Caldwell, Dec. 1.—Livestock, grain,
potatoes, fruit and other farm prod
ucts, ngregatlng (251,000 In valuation
were shipped out from the tributary
communities over the Caldwell Trac
tion company's railroad to this city
between Oct. 24 and the close of bus
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g 59 valued at
of ftIfa ,f a and
cloidr seed, valued at ISO,000; eight
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it,^>oad. of hogs valued at 124 000
" ^rioads of potatoes, valued at
(49,260. Up to this time, the total ship
ments of livestock grain potatoes.
fruit and grass seeds have been in ex
oeae of 1450 carloads. In the shipments
there have been 2t>0 carloads of horses,
10« carloads of cattle. 50 carloads of
78 carloads of sheep, 770 carloads
of grain and potatoes,
« >f no little significance Is the mark
cd development of this section of the
state as a grass seed producing sec
tlon afi> reflected through the vast
amount of seed which has been shipped
out the present season to the markets,
for it presages the future develop
ment of a number of surrounding corn
munities as leading grass seed see
ttons which will be utilize^ to their
capacity for furnishing seed to the
eastern markets,
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MJLjr COMPANY TO
CO-OPERATE AYITH
VATTPV PADIUrPDC
V ixXji-i Ü j I I AlviuüilCD
Nampa., Dec. 1.—Superintendent
Jones, the newly Appointed Ruperln
tendent of the mammoth milk con
densery which is to be installed in
this city by the Carnation Milk com
pany, of Seattle, Is probably already
en route to this city to direct the con
struction of the plant of his < ompany
and will rush it to completion with
the least possible delay. This is the
good news which E. H. Dewey,
has Just returned from Seattle, brings
to the citizens of this city. While in
Seattle. Mr. Dewey Tiad conferences
with both M. E. Stewart, president of
the company, and Ik. R. Hardenberg,
its vice president, and he was assured
by President Stuart that it was not
only the purpose of the company
install a highly creditable plant in this
clty to begtn the operations of the
company, but that as the demands of
the dairy industry developed in the
valley other condenseries commensur
ate In number with those demands
would be installed by the company.
Emphasis was also given by the
president of the company that it would
be the purpose of the company to co
operate in every way possible with th
farmers of lhe vaiiey in building up
the dairy industry and making it
highly profitable to them.
The plant which Is to be constructed
will be at an approximate cost of $200,
000, including its equipment and will
be a two story building of white tile.
It will have an area of 258 feet by
128 feet and will be a highly imposing
structure.
The officials of the Carnation com
1>any ar ® very favorably impressed
with the Boise valley as a dairy section
believe that it is destined to as
sum ® * real Proportions in this direc
tion.
Irrigation district for the confirmation *
of the assessments made against lands
HEARING CONTINUED
ON THE PETITION
OF WATER USERS
ill, Deo. 1.—The hearing in the
district court before Judge Smith ofi
„ „ „ .
Caldwell, Dea L—-The hearing the!
the petition of the Nampa-Meridian
er the assessments made against lands
within it for druinago and for water
I rights under a contract with the fed- (
j ernl government, which ha, been in 1
; progress the past few days, win con
tinned this afternoon until the latter
part of next week. Judge Smith Is!
toito hear certain cases in Washington'
• county th# first of the week and it
I was for this reason that he took a re-I
ce «« ) n the hearing of the petition. !
Something like 160 protests have
been entered against the confirmation
of the petition by land owners ln the
upper part of the vallev who take the
poaltlon that a flat rate for drainage 1
should not be imposed a« the cofise-jfrom
quent benefits to lands ln the lower
part of the valley are greater than to
those In the upper par* of the valley.
The assessment for drainage work
amounts to (7 per acre.
WHOLESALE IMPLEMENT AND
. GROCERY TO BE OPENED.
Nampa. Dec. 1.—Ohe of the hlghly
optltnlatic developments of thW week
In the downtown business district Is
EAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE.
is Most Popular and Up-to-Dati
Cafs in Celdwsll.
A First Cists Soda Fountain in
epnneetlen.
Lloyd Harden and Diek Holman)
Prep rioters.
that a wholesale farming Amplement
and grocery house Is scheduled to be
established in the city In the immed
late future. It is understood that the
major part of the stock of the proposed
establishment is to be held by Butte
capitalists and that the capital of the
concern will be adeqaute to ipeet the
present and probable future demands
of the city and Its surrounding country
for a long number of yea Vs. Parties
In touch with the proposition declare
that those back of It are financiers of
recognized standing.
VlUSICAL TREAT PROMISED.
Nampa. Dec. 1.—Nampa music lov
ers are promised a great treat In the
opening number of the Nampa Ly
ceum course, the Zedelers Symphonic
quintet to be held at the new high
school auditorium Wednesday niglit.
Reports from Grand Junction, Colo.,
say it was one of the best lyceum at
tractions of over 100 they have had
within the last five years.
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FAILED TO GET BONDS.
Nampa, Dec. 1.—Notwithstanding
that, the Farmers & Merchant»' Na
tional bank of this city evidenced Its
patriotic tendency by applying for the
newly issued liberty loan certificates
to the amount of (75,000, It failed to
secure any part of the issue. The en
tire issue had been taken in the east
ern states before the application of
the local bank was received. As a
consequence of hi» bank not receiving
an award, E. Smallwood, cashier of the
bank, holds that it is better, to wire
the national government an applica
tion for liberty loan certificates than
to write.
FUNERAL OF J. A. CUMMINGS.
Caldwell, Deo. . 1.—Funeral services
were, held from the Binford funeral
pai'lors this afternoon at 2 o'clock for
John Albert Cummings, who died at
his home near this city Thursday from
lung trouble. Rev. William Ewing,
pastor of the Methodist, church, con
ducting the services. The demise of
the deceased, who was one of the most
highly respected citizens of this sec
tion. is mourned by his widow and
seven children, the oldest of whom is ;
17 years of age. Interment was made
In the Canyon Hill cemetery.
DIVORCE GRANTED.
Caldwell, Dec. 1.—A decree of di
vorce was granted Mrs. Annis Martin i
from Thomas C. Martin upon the 1
ground of cruelty and non-support by
Judge Bryan in the district court this
morning. The case originated at Par
ma.
FINED FOR THEFT.
Caldwell, Dec. 1.—When arraigned
in the probate court before Judge
xMeek this afternoon upon the charge
of having stolen two automobile tires
and their carriers, C. C. Stover en
tered a plea of guilty and received a
fine of $50 t and costs. The tires were
secured by the sheriff when he ar
rested Stover and after his arrest Sto
ver agreed to return their carriers.
Tlie goods were stolen from Ray Coff
man of this city.
CALDWELL
Caldwell, Dec. I.—Mr. and Mr».
Ralph Scatterday visited in Boise yes
terday.
Attorney J. B. Eldridge of Boise
transacted legal business in the city
tod« y.
Em Kagfeson of Boise was a visi
tor In tlie city toda.x.
James Munro of Boise, of the |tato
auditor's office, is a visitor in the
city.
Deputy District .Clerk G. B. Parsons
was a business visitor to Nampa to
day.
C. C. Fisher of Boise, assistant mali
nger of the Boise-Payette project,
spent today In the city.
Attorney T. M. Jackson has returned
from Mason City, la., where he was
called last week by the Illness of his
fother.
C. M. Rankin of Lakeview was a
business visitor in the city today.
A special service has been an
nounced by Rev. Francis Cook, pastor
of the Christlun church, which will be
held at that church tomorrow at 11:30
o'clock. The feuturing part of this
. service will be an address by Mrs. J.
K Bird upon -our Convention," and
will pertain to the convention of the
rhrtfjtlan church wh i ch wa8 held In
Kanaas City. Mo., last month. Special
wi „ be _. v „ n bv Mra Blrd to
. 1 , , ■ k . <•
( he ,
1 ' U " ,r,l ' ed „"T"" W,,, > ^
f "**. ** th ° e '* n n * or 6
' ' *> c oc .
M,H - F1 > nn - '* h ° ha * n
111 ( hicu F° ' vlth hcI ' sisters j
:,he ,>aBt month, will arrive home in,
th * morning.
! I1,e Hickey returned last evening
from a business trip to Salt Laks. ]
Attorney H. E. McElroy of Boise
transacted legal business ln the city
today. ;
1 Miss Nellie Walker has returned
an extended visit with relatives
at Kellogg.
M*»» Rose Edwards went to Boise
• this afternoon to spend the week end
with friends.
Miss Pauline Garrison visited Eagle
friends today.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Myers visited In
Boise yesterday.
The Zedelers Symphonic Quintett*,
opening the Nampa' Lyceum C.ourse,
are musicians of a high end more ar
tistic class than are the usual lyceum
entertainments, high class os lyceum
entertainments ara.
The symphonic effect obtained ts
the result of a specially built reed or
gan, of unique construction, when com
bined with piano, and stringed instru
ments produce the reed and wind ef
fect of large orchestras.
;
i tlves.
EVAPORATINGPLANT
AT NEW PLYMOUTH
DESTROYED BY EIRE
Serious Loss to Growers
Who Were Saving Apples
That Could Not Be Ship
ped for Evaporation.
(Capital News Special Service)
New Plymouth, Deo. 1.—The Denny
A Co., evaporating plant here was to
tally destroyed by fire tonight. The
loss Is one of the most serious to this
section of the state as thousands of
tons of apples which could not be
shipped were being snved through j
evaporation. The plant opened during
the prune season and expected to run
with two shifts working dally until
next spring to handle all of the apples
that had been purchased.
The fire was discovered at I o'clock
while the night shift was at work. It
spread rapidly, the flames eating into
the old and new addition. All efforts
to stay the progress of the fire were
of no avail. Before 10 o'clock the plant
was a smouldering mass. The cause
of the firs Is unknown. Tons of ap
ples dried and ready for drying were
destroyed.
The plant had a capacity of 700
bushels per day. 8. H. Hogue Is the
local manager. The new addition had
Just been completed. There were 15
bmployes on a shift.
The exact loss could not be ascer
tained tonight. It Is estimated In the
thousands of dollars both to the plant
and the apple growers. The remain
ing apples will probably be shipped
from here to the company's plant at
Payette.
Growers will feel the loss of the
plant keenly for they had hoped to be
able to save the bulk of the fruit
for which they could not get cars to
ship.
NAMPA
Nampa. D*c. 1.—Mrs. B. F. Hast
ing:» and daughter, Miss Carrie, visited
in Boise today.
Mrs. M. J. Graham visited in Cald
well today.
Mrs. R. F. Smith was, a visitor to
Boise today.
Fred B. Anton and daughter, Mrs.
George Bradley, returned to their home
in Boise today after having spent
Thanksgiving in the city with rela
1
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Scheioske Were
Boise visitors today.
Mrs. W. J. Mills was the guest of
Boise friends today.
James Taylor spent today- in Cald
well.
Georgs Chacartegol. of Boise, trans
acted business in the city today.
Miss Bessie McMahan visited in
Boise yesterday.
Mrs. Frank McMahanfl of ShJlley, is
visiting in tlie city as the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank J. McMahan.
Telegraphic advice was received in
this city yesterday by S. L. Kennedy
of the death of his sister. Mrs. 8. J.
Pooley, of Grlnnell, Iowa, which oc
curred Thanksgiving following a brief
attack of pneumonia. Mrs. Pooley was
a sister of Mr. Kennedy.
An informal dance will be given by
Mrs. Walter Miller this evening at her
home at 521 Eleventh avenue, south,
for the benefit of thq local chapter of
the Red Cross.
Funeral services were held yester
day afternoon at 3 o'clock from the
family liomo for the Infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Johnson, who died
Thursday.
The members of the public school
faculty will be the guests of Misses
Blythe, Thompson, Welch and Fen
ton. of the public school faculty, at a
reception to be given at their apart
ments this evening.
Silas Wilson was a Caldwell visi
tor today.
Miss Edith Cahalan iff the local of
fice of the Mountain States Telephone
company, went to Boise this afternoon
to spend the week end with relatives.
STAR.
Star. D*e. 1.—Mian Myrtle and
Badie Jone» of Boise visited Mi»» Beu
lah Jones of this place yesterday and
today.
Miss Ella Hull returned home Wed
nesday from a visit with her sister
Mrs. Herman Miller of Boise.
Mrs. Sarah Frost returned home
from Boi»e whore she Hpent several
days.
Mrs. Herman Miller who has been
visiting her parent», Mrs. and Dr. O.
W. Hall, returned to her home in Boise
tods y.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
j LUST—Purple tuffetu hug emhroid
cred ln p Ur p|„ ao utacho braid, bc
tween Ellers music house and the
Rosebud. F Inder please return
] same to Ellers music house and re
c «i ve reward. D3
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; PLOP EJSSIONAI. chiinne; »weep, lur
onces and chimneys cleaned a spe
deity. Phone J. H. Perc*. fire de
partaient.
41D(c
HOMESTEADS.
GOOD Irrigable claims, paid land and
water. (1100 acre: near school, rail
road. etc.; 20 mil south Nampa:
sure crop»; work credited. L. J.
Caldwell, Wilson, Idaho. D2c
FOR BALE—Frpeh Jersey cow and
calf; third house West Whitney
school. Fhone 2401W. P2e
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♦ CATTLE RaRGE—T hree sec- ♦
♦ tlons to lease cheap, If taken at ♦
♦ once. ♦
♦ ROLLA MYCR +
♦ Herse Bhoe Bend, Idaho D2e
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YOUR WIFE
Your Family and Your Friends
will enjoy with you the possession of an automobile and no more appreciated Christ
mas gift could be suggested.
Whether it be a Limousine, a Brougham, a Sedan or a Touring Car or Roadster
is merely a matter of choice, but in the selection of the car itself depends your pride
and satisfaction.
THE HAL TWELVE
has won its slogan of "A Motor Car of Rare Ability" in the hands of hundreds of users
—highly satisfied owners. Such is a taste of the HAL TWELVE ability. It has the
power to perform ; it takes no special skill for the driver to achieve ; it has tremendous
physical strength in every component part ; and it has many talents or gifts in a special
degree: IT IS THE SENSATION IN CARDOM. ITS BEAUTY AND POWER
CANNOT BE EQUALED.
THE CHANDLER SIX
The Luxurious CHANDLER appeals to your good taste; not only to your good taste
in judgment of beautiful body design, fine finish and nicety of detail, but to your good
taste in judgment of Motor Cars as motor cars. Nearly forty thousand Chandler
owners have proven the superiority of Chandler power, Chandler Flexibility, Chandler
endurance and Chandler economy.
We will take pleasure in showing you all about these cars and would especially like
to have you satisfy yourself as to their ability by driving them on the str—«-~ or on the
hills.
DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
We have some bargains in used cars
Automobile & Accessories Company
611 Main St., Phone 611
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
SAVE
THE
middleman's
profit
and
buy
your
piano for Chrlztmas
dl
rect
from
the factory.
Plano*
Oil
display 80£
Bannock.
D2
SAVE
THE
middleman's
profit
and
buy
your
piano for Christmas
di
rect
from
the factory.
Piano*
on
display 805
Bannock.
D2
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TO ENCOURAGE early Christmas
buying we are giving free 5 Christ
mas post cards with each purchase]
of Christmas goods amounting to 50c,
or more. This offer holds good for
10 days only. Get a McCall fashion
sheet for December, its free. Mu- i
Call magazines. 10c. McCall em
broidery book. 20<a E* chj.ook con -
McCai* Transfer paUern The De
cember McCall patterns are now I
* iere ' ;
~
#05
D 2 I
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Ueautiful davenjfort, like 1
THE RACKET' STORE.
311 No. 8th St. opp. postoffice.
SOME BARGAINS in used Pianos.
Bannock.
FOR SALE
I new. Also some elegant rug», 1222 j
! E. State. Phone 772--. D2 j
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I FOR SALE—Six months S. C. W • D. j
pullets from trap nested stock of j
popular eastern laying »train. Phone
1594-J or call 310 S. 3rd. tlD..
WANTED—Family washing done in
j exchange for piano or vocal lensons.
Phone 1139-VV. r>2c
H. C. COOK OFFERS YOU THE
EARTH.
It's up tr> you whether you take it or
not.
640 acres ln Iowa for a business block
ln Boise.
(5000.00 for 10 acres in school section.
7 room house, finsst 10 In section.
(2500.00 for 3 acres, 5c fare. 6 room
bungalo, fruits and berries.
(4200.00 for an up to (late bungalow
fine as silk, 6 rooms.
(1200.00 for 5 seres close to Boise, all
ln alfalfa.
(2000.00 for 5 acres on bench 1V4 miles
from business center.
E C COOK, 921 Bannock St. Boise.
D4
LATEST MODEL Ford Touring car !
(1200 dash speedometer: driven less;
than 900 miles. Address Thoinasson, :
P. O. Box 1250. Phone 1821-W. D2 j
furnished I
FOR KENT—Four room
house. 904 Ressequle.
D3
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FOB SALE—Handsome 6 room bun
galow, sun parlor, built In furniture,
hurd wood floor*. l'hone 2545-M.
or write Box 1433. Boise. D8
MONEY TO LOAN.
F YOU need to borrow money on your
home or ranch see J. J. McCuc. at
torney, Idaho bldg. Prompt service
any amount. D8< '
I SAID STACK».
CHIMNEYS with stacks on want
cleaning before bad weather. Chim
ney »weep, fire dept. tlP2c
FOR ftAl.F, OR TRADE - Horse, buggy
and borne»*, for grocerie» or phono
I graph. 199IR. D*
GOOD HOTEL In one of the beat rallV
read and county «eat towns In Ida
ho, doing s good business; has 82
rooms; will sell cheap for cash or
will consider trede for real estate or
livestock.
SCHOOLER-STARLING AGENCY
Boise, Idaho. D4
TAKEN UP by pound master: 1 red
cow with red calf, branded "four
eleven" on left hip. Cow has yoke
Charter No. 8346 Reserve District No. 12
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE*
IDAHO NATIONAL BANK
At Boise, in the State of Idaho, at the close of business on November 20. 1917
* RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts ....................................(440,309.17
Total loans ....................................... (440,309.17
Overdrafts, secured.......: unsecured. (3300.50 ......... (,800.51,
U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Bonde of 1917):
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value). .. 100,000.00
U. S. bonds and certificates of indebtedness owned and
unpledged........................................ 10,000.00
Total U. S. bonds (other than Liberty Ronds) and
certificates of indebtedness.......................
110 . 000.00
cent....................................:........ 17.500.00 I7.50o.00
...
Ub '^ f Loan »"Pledged, 3h per cent and 4 per
j Pn « ! « •
Bond», securit..., etc. (other than U. 8 ).
Securities other than U. S. bonds (not Including stock«)
bTi * ui ' ' ' ..........................
8twkg other £Xraf'Reserve ' Bank ' stock '.'.'.'"
" W«nU Reserve Park (60 per cent of subscrlp
Furniture and fixture«' '. '. '. ! '.
Real estate ow ned other than banking bouse............
Lawful reserve with Federul Reserve Hank .............
Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collection
loot available as reserve) .........................
Cash in vault and net amounts due from national bank». .
Net amounts due from bank», banker», and trust com
panie» other than Included in Items 13, 14 and 15 . . .
Exchanges for clearing house ...........................
Total of Items 14, 15, 16. 17 and 18 .........$49.706.11
"»Checks on hanks located outside of city or town of re
j porting hank nnd other cash hems .................
j Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S.
Treasurer
i n tere»t earned but not collected (approximate; ..$11,000
6,697.13
579.86
811.73
30,174.99
150.0A
34.924.36
6,288.80
8,342.95
!
:
j
I
I
Total ............................................
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid ln ...................................
Surplus fund .........................................
Undivided profits..................................... K.794.34
Less current expenses. In*"rest, and taxea paid ......... 9.351.78
Circulating notes outstanding . ........................
Net amounts due to National banks ....................
Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust companies
(other than Included ln 30 or 31) ...................
Total of Item* 81 and 32 .............,.....(20,791.35
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to
Reserve (deposits payable within 3« (lays):
Individual depoalts subject to check ....................
Certificates of deposit due In less than 80 days (other
than for money borrowed) ..........................
Certified checka......................................
Cashier's checks outstanding..........................
Total demand dapnaita (other than bank deposita)
subject to Reserve, Items 38, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39
and 40 ..................................(358,756.56
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days,
or subject lo 30 days or more notice, and postal sav
ings) :
Certificates of depoait (other than for money borrowed)..
Other time deposits ...................................
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 41,
42. 43 and 44 ..............................(76.885,93
United States deposits (other than postal savings):
Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve bank. In
cluding all obligation» representing money borrowed,
other than rediscounts ............................
(100,600.60
10,009.06
9.442.56
100 . 000.00
3,866.40
16,924.95
(«,628.40
109.5«
21.036.67
: 1.033.0,
t •; s-,2.81)
25.000.0»
(700,876.40
Total ............................................
STATE OF IDAHO, COUNTT OF ADA, ss:
I, H. !.. Btreeler, (.'ashler of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge rtnd belief.
H. L. RTRKRTER. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of December, 1917.
(SEAL) NELLIE M. WILSON, Notary Public.
CORRECT—Attest:
J. H. RICHARDS,
DAVID MILLER.
' J. O. BALI«
___ Directors.
Elegant Talking Machine
Bargain
Brand new Talking Ma
chine Outfit worth $100
for only $75 cash to be sold
for transfer company —
can be seen at
?u
Its •
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