J. R. STOTTS
Phone 6-R-4, Boise
Phones 452R or 35
L > v!
Caldwell Traction Co. to Erect
Two-Story Cement Structure
. ~ n .. . «
at Corner Seventh and Ar-1
( it y in 1 1 «>
orner cl' Arthur
s a depot 1
he constructed in tl
future is a large t\
it!, building at t
and Seventh et ne
hig for the Caldwt
cations for the propose
already been drawn fe
president of the trneli
1C. K. Fit Id. the local a
The building will ha
n company, by
e a floor space
and the ceiling]
fe t between the
and a full e< mont basement. The wail
Jc'; room is to be 24x35 foot in area,
and over it and in front on a mezza
i.ine floor will be lucat-ai the private
•Hi <s of tin* company. Across t lv*
front of the rear half of the building
and connected by a balcony are to be
the general oil ices, the supply offices
and the filing offi
remainder of the building v»*ill
of two rooms, one 20x7.". f^'-t
m opening oil Seventh avenue
t orage room, and the other with
• mug on Arthur street, which
1 those will bo I
Nampa, Jan. 17. Attorney W. p
'Voruior transacted legal- business ii
Alex Wilson was
G. F. Brown, of Ore an a,
. Hayes, of Emmett, was a busi
is;t.»r in the city yoaterday.
S. I v : - ■ j : î m, - ■ I Meridian, visited
is the guest oi
id < hmningham.
■d from spinal
•on transacted busl
a Boise visitor today,
spent today in Boise,
among the local peo
nisiness in Boise lo
-s in town Tuesda
with i 11
Mrs. t Hum Smysf
r is able to
again I ter a week *
mines* of pti
11. E. Grove and
family from Boll-J
nmi'iv ......... !, it.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B
J. 1 1. Mai- - «.f t his
Lockwood. Mo., Tm-,
Ma bee, has pu
A. B. Bixby a
Glenn A\ r . B.
e and has•
. father ofj
•sda y morning. Mr.
ed the residence <»f
ill make his home
Monday tolling «
brother John, in
Meade, both foi
have purchased a
Wash., and haw
North Yakima, w
J. !.. Cummins
b.a Tuesday and is
of A. ■ . Kimmen
rh has sold his
he Lemp tract, î
i M r.
-f the death of his
n di« nn.
and Newton -V.
ueH" f Middleton,
garagri a t Toppen ish,
moved, there from
iiere they have been
•ame over from Mel
visiting at the home*
Paying the Wages of Sin.
Less Scionco find tnnpo Comntnti .Sitnso is
needed, (let your Solarplexus cuimectod ltv
tv ire less with tlie
sn x.>ti pet started on tin- lliphwuv to
llfullti. lilt.VMi S (MULL i< loeated on' this
Highway. > <»u Inni bot ter drop in.
=i : / r 'ociii,ie The infinits of things
KjUSniOS in the Universe.
CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
Caldwell. J.« : ; 15. At the animal;
meeting: of i 1 (Vmmerein 1 dub, held;
at its rooms la G night, John Sim ad.
was elected. pn sident tor the m xt four
years, andn G, A. Sherman was re
elected : ■ c rei.ii v. \ vote of thanks
was voted to W. «h Cowden, the retir
ing presid-nt. : -r las «tficient services'
the past year.
Tim new in -rident is the head of the
oniuw.-n n,,:, ami has
been prominently identified with the
progress of the city the last seven or
eight years. The club is one of the
flrongest and most progressive in the
state, and has accomplished much for
the city and war activities the past
year, under tin direction of Mi-, row
den and Serial:.-' Sherman.
TWO NAMPA WOMEN
DEAD OF INFLUENZA
j Namp». Jan. 13. Mr.«. \\\ K. l'artcln
! son, residing near the city, died yes-;
IS/jtmday from the influenza. Her death!
is mourned by lier husband and two!
children. Funeral arrangements have]
not yet been announced.
■ Nampa ,
I Gof f, wife
! city, died
! brothers j
Mrs. Beatty F.
là. Goff of this
.-esterd:»v from the influ
husband, parents and five
id sisters, who reside
I Illinois, survive. Funeral services were
held froiu the Kühl« rlawn cemetery]
I this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. J. II.
ray bill conducting the services.
McDermott. Jan. 17 Uhas. Onwiler
delivered a fine team to Sinead Broth
Hr. Houseman of Nampa was look-!
ing over his property mar here the
first of the week.
F. A. N ourse was a business visitor
Arthur Powell and F mil" spent Sun
day with relatives a L Meridian.
O. V. Sehern was a Boise visitor
Airs. Joseph McKinney is ill of in -
Mr*. Klsle Kfrel* nnd daughter were
Boise visitors Monday.
S. Buck and family were Poise vis
Air. Scgar of the lower Brandt ranch
is baling hay which he will ship to
i t y.
• 1 is being unloaded at
tile that had i
» the Ha vis Mr
i began a series
»ngregationul church Jn>
bjeet for tonight will be
World Empires. All m
ir of coal
> esterda y.
J Mi" Silica
nt a party
jin the H ij;
now in att»
j The yum
joyed a p;
IV* ar n,.
- :l (waning, complimentary to Miss
"inline Mock of Parma, who !■ visit
Rohei t Stalker was a business vis!
tor to Boise yesterday.
games me under full force at
i a 1 High school,
all played yesterd
« i- the sophomores by a score
> 0, and the freshman over tlie
by a store of 13 to 12.
f a stud-mt body of HO enrolled
'h school, 90 students are
n da nee.
g people of the Christian !
f the Christian church en
rty last evening nt tlie
lu games of
i bv a score;
V. M. Carver, tlie Boise real estate
man, was a visitor here yesterday.
E. F. Atwater was a Caldwell visitor
O. Y. Sehern looked after business
interests In Boise yesterday.
Mr. and «Mrs. Louis Stott were vlsi
tors to Boise today.
Cttldwpll, Jan. It. Judge K.l 1,.
Br.\an «'a*' a I i o i so visitor yesterday.
Miss Y.. Fay Fowler of Boise, of the
extension department of the state mii
versdty, visited In the city yesterday.
Attorney Kobert MeCraeken of Boise
was a r'isltor in ttie city yesterday.
County commissioner (Ben Boss
«•as a business visitor to Boise yester
»'ounty Attorney Curtis Havdon was
an official visitor to Nampa vest, r
Attorney Balph B, Seatterdav lias
returned from Portin ', III., where In
CUT FIFTY! i
Don't Suffer! Instant Relief
Follows a Rubbing With Old
"St. Jacobs Liniment."
Uonquors pain—never fails.
Knb soothing, penetrating ' St. Jacobs
I uniment" right on the ache or pain,
end out comes the neuralgia misery.
Here's a joyful experiment! Try it!
(Jet a small trial bottle from your
druggist; pour a little in vour hand
end rub it gently on the sm-e. aching
nerves, and before you realize it -in
just a moment all pain and neuralgia
disappear, it's almost magical, but the
joy is, that the misery doesn't come
n to soothed
rc 1 lève
■d and your
•edless — neu
ralgia and pain of »11 kinds, either in
the face, head, limbs or any part of
the ho.ly, is instantly banished. "Si.
Jacobs Uniment" is perfectly harmless
and doesn't burn or discolor the skin.
!u use for half a century. Adv.
] cit >'
was called last week by the illness of
a brother who had been stricken with
the Spanish influenza and who iias
Airs. Ed L. Bryan has been called to
Independence. Oregon by the illness
"f a brother and a sister. The brother
has died since her arrival from the
Spanish influenza and the sister is in
a very serious condition.
H. it. Russell transacted business in
State Horticultural Inspector Guy
Graham of Boise was a .visitor in tin*
An appeal Mas filed in the supreme j
court in the ease of Clara Shinn .ver- |
"us Charles B. c..\.> and the Pacific
National bank. The appeal is from the j
judgment entered in the third judicial ;
district court for \da county.
WANT ADKINSON PRESIDENT.
'Ho* alumni of the Idaho Technical [
Institute at Pocatello met this week;
and indorsed Norman B. Adki
acting president of that institutio
i : • . i-i.-nt to succeed tin ' late
Bet I. the stale department of < .
The Americanization bill recently
passed upon by the loads of state
educational institutions and superin
tendents ill this stn.tr-. was approved
by the executive committee of the
state council of defense at a meeting
Tuesda \ afternoon. It is to he intro
duced in the legislature and is a copy
of the Wyoming att.
of the Wyoming att.
WILL SELL S. A. T. C. PROPERTY.
On Jan. 20 s a led bids will be re
ceiv-d to purchase S. A. 'I'. C. prop
erty at the University of Idaho. The
property includi s three trucks, nine
automobiles, three chassis, timber and
other salvage. This announcement is
niade b\ tlie state departmout of cdu
, ! ex *
J"is*' Railway eoinpan\ was the
deuce submitted at the oiu -mai
.and increase«! rat»- 1 km ring liefor
'puidi«* utilities '■ommissi«,n. The
B. -ist through City Attorney
Tipton, opposed the application f
ai niiiBs of thf Nulnturium
NAT PAYS ROADS BILLS.
The Fniversity extension depart
ment, lu advjuurt< i s in the capitol an
issue a »pcclfil nrticle later
dealing with the peculiar asparagus!
poisoning which caused the death oi
four persons in this city recently. The
DO NOT INJURE
By wearing anyone rise's
glasses. If you need
glasses AT ALL, yon need
those that tire seien t i fi -
■ally ground to suit your
Tho wearing of any others
might <ln you a serious in
If you will let I'S meas
ure your defect and pre
scribe lenses, you will hr
certain to secure glasses
that will wholly correct
your errors of vision.
The sooner you secure our
help the better.
J. T. LAUDHLIN
802 Main St.
SEES HI FUTURE
Oregon Editor Gives Impres
sions of Agricultural Section
North of Eagle.
>f the B
Sun, publish ...... „
«•( iv< d an agricultural eye opener last
Meek while visiting relatives west of
I .agio. In commenting upon the rieh
n * ' s H**-- agricultural s <■ e t i on which
l "' Visit. ,1 and Its lu.ssllilliti, . he
«fit s p.lilorii.lly ilH fullnws;
The (Minor of the Sun l .-t w ,.. ]<
Visited relativ, „ and friends at tlie
honi" of William Hoptvoml and «if'
In Boise enmity. Idaho, situated about
H mile; «est (,r Kettle, „„ the int r
urban line of railroatl, f,, on i Ilv .;di
i-udiun «e found this lo.alitv, «hielt is
biilfK ii-oiu Boise, the e.pitul of the
xi'.at stale of Idaho, to be similar to
tlie notable «•heat belt of Pendleton,
Ole. Its topography, soil and el.mulie
conditions «'ill justify that city's thor
ough investiyalton if it is interested
in its commerc ial cron 111 as it holds
out great promise in those directions.
What demonstrations that leave been
n; fide by the homesteader In the past
thrr- or four years have proved its
great future, and it is a. great credit,
to these «'old It y people who have had
to make their own roads of entrance
and c xit to homes and market, besides
Clearing the wilderness under all kinds
hardships which go with frontier
HC'. I he Sun bids the business men
eef Boise tee awaken to tills lie'll terri
t'U V near their door and b ml :• he ;p
iuK hand in Read rends In and nut of
it, for its full development lor their
em it financial welfare as for the imces
raiy work In n . latming it from Bee
wilderness lor happy anel prevspe. rous.
"Thousanels eef nc
e'Sfleuttural lands a
v ' lejpmeut from the
«hielt biinRs only
for Ri'asinR purpose
allows 50 i
1 « lltR
P« »• ;i
the state i.
tion of «-on
a Is, 1
md dairying, and 40
d(*partment hav»» hc iT demonstrating
< a lining of vegetables in all paris of
Hu* state. Tho bactlllus causing the
P»tison was a fungus known as botul
STAGED IN PETROGRAD
■en Is i
fdievik outbreak hr
Bet rogrnd garrisoi
diplomatic ad vie-'
and are fortify in
rious strong hold
o n out in the
t talions <
for the strugg
lohnson is still in New
York City with her daughter, Mrs.
F-'tcy H. Nixon, awaiting 1 1 »«* arrival
ol Ensign Nixmi. who is a. paymaster
in the Fnited States navy and is on
his way home from Italy.
AHs. ('halfant b it Tm-sday f.n S,«n
Ineg«». Cal., tn spend three months
visiting her sisl«-«-. who lives there.
Dr. ('hoi faut will go to N«-w York dur
in,- ,„.,„„1 ..„.j
hum« Will I,,, or, iiiite.l I, y a family
from Baker, (.»re. 4
NY. F. Du< kw<i! th. who has been in
town .visiting his family and friends
ret u rind u few days ago to Portland
where he is in the employ of tlie gov
u-r" will hr no more mceti
iiild conservation hagu« 1
lu* opening of ilio pubh
RECIPE T9 DARKEN
Cincinnati Barber Tells How to
Make a Remedy for Gray Hair.
Mr. Frank Harbaugh of Cincinnati,
( who has been a barber for more
than forty years recently made tlie
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix
ituro at home, at very little cast, that
will darken gray hair, and make it
'sort and glossy. To a half pint of
water add 1 ounce bay rum, a small
box of B.irbo Compound and \ ounce!
glycerine. These ingredients can he
bought at any drug store at very 1 i t
tic cost, Apply to the hair twice a
'week until the desired shade is ob
tained. This will make a gray haired
person look twenty veins younger.
This is not a dy«\ it docs not color
the most delicate scalp, is not sticky
or greasy' and «Iocs not rub oil. Adv.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SAI.E Two Fairfield incubators
1 coal burning brooder stove, or will
trade for chickens. Phone 15-R-2.
ill exchange for cur
penter wort;, r.O-foot lot in Rood re*i-|u
y. Phone 9-J-."
after 6 o'clock p. m.
'FOR SALK—Modern 6-room
residence section of
for cash. Phone 9-J
BONK MKAL— Mali.
HOUSE for rout on bench, across 9th
street, bridge. South Boise, \pply at
Capital Lumber Co., Ill N. 13th. J27
NEW YORK STOCKS.
N' 'V Turk, .1.1».
'»»"I ionully higher
mark. t todii
L-TK'll ,'lt 01
the opening <
» 'a : Hist il 1 m
Steel It. , I
st. Off », ; M( viean
A nne-omla, (it): B.d id' linn :
up '« ; American i '.er .X- I ',
edf ; Reading', V 1 .
Tb. stork market as a. whole
«fil in late trading. Bail stocks
nculee te il, 1 1 iit* 1 eV 1 .eruher tired
m ole' a new high i n the present i
t .' ut. tie'ueral Motors was ut>
point at 328. .Stuelebak.-r turn.at
sudde nly ;
were 1 lii m
Stet 1 t
;d at 91 1
-' points. !*rie
17 ni ted Si.it
me pr< fen ed. B
Vtrulcum, I8t T H, up 2
■ s . «»ff
. Jan. 15. i '«a,nt
, y of
I - rings
in grain f»itm-» s
,r. < hi -
<•.-. sro bum
•d of trad«* tnda
higher at the
on » se
f, «- m. tai
'i ll chnng« s. Bn»\
i s ion
oponlns, $1 ::a 5 _. suinrul »;.
corn, * s c
higher at the op«
was up 1
4«-. March corn,
7s c at
the opening, $1.30$« , lost
corn, opening »t $1.28 »... i<c up, was
"If %<-. July corn was unchanged nt
after opening off
January oats, opening late at ßGRc,
gained the saco fraction in later trad
ing. February oats. Vic higher at tho
opening. 66?., e. gained . March oats.
Vjc higher at th
r * h '-. March oa
Jglit, 17 f a 1
-M a rivet
at 67-\ s c,
■ oats, up
%C 1 u vv -
t a late
"5 «/ 17.40;
It,ts, " 1 «ml. Ma
Wool lambs, ll.r.ii.ih
»matin. Jan. K..-- Taute
*ipf s. 68
oil. Market, steady, st
.75 '«i is.:
at; cows and licifers, 7.
n iters ;; nd feeders, 7 -, 1 i
mils and stags
17.30 (ft17.4 7
; top, 17.6
1 Dort land, Jan. 5. ( 'at tie 1
j 127. Tone of market, steady. Id
(steers. 139/14; good t«> choice st*
j I I.'•"'</ 12.5 m; medium to good steel
10.50(if 11.50; fair to medium steei
9.30 fil 0.50; common to fair steers,
hoice cows and heifers, lu. Go
11: medium to good
and he if
* - • » 0 ; fair to medium cows
71i S; canm-l-s.
calves, 9 gf 13.50
and feedt !
s, 7'a 9.
•eeipts, 57S. Ton
e of mar
y, 1 « -ij 16.00; pics, t l.;;,,.
16 a 17.
tc.-eipts ,102. Tone of mnr
1*4« s t of mountain lambs.
13. ci v, i f .
valley lambs. 11
•50 p 1 2.7 0 ;
IHM 1.30; well
ers, 10 H
1 0.50 ; ewe
s a (11 8.50.
Kan so s
'it y, Jan 15 «
>00. Market att
arie. 1 Ou
rs. 9 0) 20; cuws
-'•30; stoikeis an
lives, b« 11,
steady. Heavy. 17 tr 17.il«:
17.15 r a 17.65
; lig'ht, 15.80fr 17.
IîeC< ipts, 4,'Min,
steady. J.ambs, 14 <i 16.35; e\
ters and feeders,
j lated 9.
New York, Jan. 3 3—Flour Unset
tled and irregular.
Pork—Unsetled; mess 50.
Lard- Firm; middlewest, spot,
24.15 («i 24.25.
Sugar Steady: centrifugal, 96 test,
7.28; refined, shady; cut loaf, 10.50;
ushed, 10.25; powdered, 9.15; granu
' No. 7, on the spot. 16
?aker; city' 10 !i; special,
lluj -Birni: primo. Mo. 1, 1.6U'gl.
No. n, 1.200.» 1.4.1.
Clovvi i 'i 1.60.
Chicago, Jan. 15—Potatoes
Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1.'
snlc prices are the prices
the dealer for the product
a;opt on creamery, cube but
Ul an(i «'heesc.
Livestock and Poultry.
P' i cwt.................SS ulO
rc-jc'hoi > hogs, per cwt........$I5(& 15.50!
114.50© 15 i
9(0) 10c j
I Medium hogs
j .Button, per lb., lve weight...
PI) p, per tb
Ducks, live weight, p. r lb....
Geese, live weight, per lb....
Turkeys, live weight, per lb..
Dressed turkeys, lb.........
Spring chickens, !b..........
.7;' a 25c
Wholesale uuotations by
Milk for hutt'-r fat, per lb....
t ube butter, per lb...........
Fresh ranch eggs, per ease......$19.00
New Onions, per lb..........
Lettuce, per in-ad..........
1'.a snips, per ]b............
(.'edery, per bunch...........
...... â f !4SC
Urccii onions, per bunch....
New cabbage, per lb........
Kulabuxu tuntil»», li'.......
. . . 3c
JPotatoo.s, lu lbs.......
iSqua. h, per lb.............
Potatoes, per cwt..........
■Storagf |nf .luz.......
Fresh egg.*, per duz..........
( jeamery butter, p< r 1......
to'Ranch butter, per lb..........
Graham Hour, l lb ..........
Buckwheat, •-lb. sack.......
Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack.......
Burle> Hour, 10 lb^..........
Uye Hour, 10 lbs.............
Table bran, lu lbs............
W hole whoa t Hour, U-ib, sack
Graham Hour. u-lb. sack......
10 ibs. corn Hour............
10 lbs. oat Hour .............
Potato flour, per lb..........
Rolled oats, 10 lbs...........
Guru meal. 2 1 lbs............
Flour, high patent, per 4S-ib.
Bio«-, per pound..............
Eastern lard, 1»»-11». pail......
Local lard, lu -1H. pail.........
Apples, per box.........
Hens, per pound .......
. . . .$1.7U
• 0 a p
Î2.G3 h 3.3
......$ 2 .;
e ns, per lb.
Bucks, per lb..................
Turkeys, per lb.................
Geese, per lb....................
Rabbits, per lb..................
LOCAL CURED MEATS.
Bacon, per 1". by strip..........
Regular bams, per lb...........
iSliced hams, per 11).................50c
Picnic hums, per lb.................JUc
Salmon trout, per lb...............35c
Salmon, per 11» .....................35c
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
CALL that man Dick alun selling
furniture. He has a machine ami
«ill '.-all promptly. Standard Bx
change store, J2th and Main. Phono
Si'8. tl tf
THE wond«.fill Howard ovei draft
healer; twice the heat with half the
fuel. Radiates the heat to the floor;
no heater made that will keep fire
THE COMPANY STORE,
906-908 Idaho So. tl tf
WHEN you want to sell your furni
ture call 745W. tl tf
DAY REALTY CO.
it ion. 1009 Main. List
md city property with m
SCOTCH Colli** pups, registered slock;
line bred through Airfield Model,
Ormskirk Artist and Morgan Laddie.
Call 61R3. Charles C. Sherman,
Boise, Idaho. tlJSi
ïî' Xt order from tlie Blue
»eery, 62S Main. Stubblefield
id l »tnican.
HIGHEST cash i
Idaho Provision «'c Packing (
1 * ,U1 iC
paid for jioultry"'
WANTED Rabbit and other pet stock
bi « - ders to know that Judge Gibson
■will nut register any stock outside
tin show room at the pet stock and
poidtrv show held in ('aidwell, Feb. 4
to ' Aildress your entries t«> J. \\ ,
Erwin, Caldwell, Ida. if
4o A « 'RES sag« brush land, 2-room
house, large cistern; ubout four acres
alfalfa .Needed; lease two years free
for cultivailtii? same; ill health of'
.... .cr necessitates leasing. il. I ».
.Mutpluy, At el I,a. 1,1a. Ji,
FuR SALE A few pedigreed New
Zcalu nd doer ; prize winners; cheap.
Also two New Zealand pedigreed
IDA ERIN FROCK, D. C., D. M. T. 2017
N. Mill »st. Bhonw 1046-W. B'.v
FoR SALE Barn-d Plymouth Rock
and Light Brahma cockerels. C. B».
Hannah, Notus, Idaho. J21e
bundle containing a baby's
>at. l'lnmc 2121-J. J16
SOLDIERS, ATTENTION— Free train
ing in all mechanical, commercial and
agricultural courses during winter
months at Idaho Technical institute,
Pocatello, Idaho. Fine shops, labora
tories and facilities with expert in
structors. No tuition, room free,
board at cost. Come at once. J25
W E ARE increasing the output of our
Meridian plant and will give steady
work to the first 10 women applying
fur trimming peeled potatoes. No
reduction in wages; no previous ex
perience necessary. Apply Idaho
Products company, Meridian, Idaho.
jFRESH milch cows and springers; re
duciug herd account farming; pick
tiie herd. I'll keep remainder; mixed
herd. Box 2455 Capital News. J21
W ANTED Girl for general housework
and help take care of children. 713
Franklin or Phone 1246. J2i
DO YOU want to buy a good grocerv
store building with 5 rooms above; i
cement cellar, garage; easy terms; !
good location. What have you to
trade? Phone 167. 320 Yates Bldg. j
ATTENTION, FARMERS— Special mo
tor school at the Idaho Technical in
stitute*. Pocatello. Idaho, from Jan. 20
to Fob. 26. Offers special intensive
training in gas engines, operation, re
pair uf trucks, tractors and automo
biles. No tuition. Room free, board
at cost. Fine shops, laboratories and
expert instructors. J25
EAT AT THE
Th* Melt Popular and Up-to-Data
Cafa in Caldwall.
Firat Claaa Soda Fountain.
LLOt-r WARDEN A DICK HOFMAN
TRAVELS 24 MILES
Missouri Furnier Finds Relief
After Suffering for Twenty
five Long Years—Says It Ii
1 "1 nr 1 wanly yon
rs 1 have been look
ins: f,,r :,om. thing
tu relieve my troub
|lrr. a II.) 1 bplicv.
1 have found it at
last in Tania,-.'' s.
i<! Richard Oldham.
It. I\ 1».. No. 1. I
'latte City, Mo., re
ddhnm, known familiar
ly to his friends as "Dick" Oldham, is
prosper., ; • farmer who has lived in
his coinmunii y for fifty years and is
highly respected by all who know him.
"Vos, sir. I have so much faith in
Tnnlae," continued Mr. Oldham, that
I hare romp »11 tlie way from I Matt.**
Fity, a distance of twenty-five mil's
to get me another bottle of this won
derful medicine. All those years I
suflorod terribly with indigestion in
worse form, and my stomach was
in an awful condition. Just as soon
dd eat anything I would bloat
up so with gas that l would have to
jlet out my bolt a few inches, and there
was s 111 ' i a tightness in my chest that
I could hardly get my breath. Why, at
times even a drink of cold wafer
.50c|"'ouid seem to set me on fire inside.
»nd "Hen I would turn so faint and
J'veak that I could hardly do a thing.
Sometimes my appetite would seem i<*
be norm»!, then it would go back on
vu • and i would go for two or three
days without eating » thing, i just
felt miserable all the time and al
though i tried everything I could hear
of, . would only get a little tempor
ary relit. 7.
"I have b» en
about Ta. nia c
till one day
bv a man
ading quite a lot
in tin* papers but
up my mind to try if
saw a statement made
Kansas City who 1
know is absolutely reliable. I have
taken only three bottles so far. ami
considering tlie nature of my trouble,
and the many years I have suffered
the way 1 have, improved is just
simply wonderful. My appetite Is just
fine and I. am not troubled now with
indigestion like 1 was before, end l
nin getting latter right along every
day. The wa,\ it is with me, if a
medicine didn't help me I would say
so. and If it did me good 1 think it is
entitled to the c.*edlt. and that is why
I say what 1 do about Tanlae."
Ta lilac is sold in Boise by the Joy
Drug stores. Adv.
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Dr. King's New Discovery Has a Fifty
Year Record Behind It.
' It built its reputation on its produc
th.*n of positive results, on
j m ss in relleveing the throat Irritation
I of colds, coughs, grippe und bronchial
"Dr. King's Now Discovery? Why,
m\ folks wouldn't use anything else!"
That's the general nation-wide es
ttH'in in which this well-known rem
edy is held. Its action is prompt, its
taste pleasant, its relief gratifying.
Half a century of cold and cough
; checking. Sold by druggists •very
I where. 60c-$l.MO.---Adv.
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BOWELS OUT OF KILTER?
I That's nature calling for relief.
Vsstst tier In her .laity duties with Dr.
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! feetive, corrective, laxative that teases
! the bowels Into action and chases
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