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AROUND BOISE VALLEV LOOP
Nampa Agent
J. R. STOTTS
Caldwell Agent
HALLY WILSON
REPORTER
K. MILLER
Phone 485 W.
Phone 6-R-4, Boise
Phones 452R or 35
Boise Firm's Plant at Meridian
Handles 50,000 Pounds of
Dried Spuds Weekly; 130
Employes on Pay Roll.
Meridian, Jan. 21. The Idain» Prod
ucts company of iv>i.- . owner ol' the
big fruit and potato drying: plant her ,
is now drying point"- s at the rale *•'
60,000 pounds per \v - K.* »Sine- it re
quires about \ pounds of in sa pota
toes t-« make on« p«e. nd of tin dr.\ prod
uct, it is s«en that a ppro.v ; ma u ly 300,
U00 pounds of fivsli potatoes aie run
through the big drier each week.
This institution now is « ne of the
busiest plae« s in western Idaho. There
are 3 30 employes on the. pay-roll, di
vided into two .'hilts -day and night.
The Idaho Products company lias
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ta to«
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eminent i
htch arc
Europe i
i5 pounds
icthod of
i.ntract for
-hipped dir
dried po
i < t from
Pping potatoes
îe American ;
I at saving t « » tin
•ays, one being ;
.•harges, the othei
I,id and stcamshi!
v seen whe
roving a g
government in two
big saving in freight
great saving in railroad ami
spne. This is n a«iii; c en
considered that of the 30t', M, .»u
fresh potatoes rui
« ach w« ok about 2
ter is eliminated. I
of potatoes to slap
This plant has b<
eral months, is me
with prospects f«ir
till April or AT.. .
John Busby is building for him;
the south side of town a modem
room house, at a cost of ? 1000.
it is
ounds of
through the dryer
000 pounds of wa
ving 50,000 pounds
ml pay freight for
1 in operation sev
running full blast,
mtinued operation
elf on
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SAILS ON FOREIGN "Y" WORK.
Caldwell, Jm. 21. — William T.
Hawkes, brother of C. P. Hawk, s, nur- j
seryman of this city, has sail« «1 Irotn i
New York for Europe t«> assume, his |
duties with the American committee fori
Armenian and Syrian relief. For the j
last two years Mr. Hawkts - , who is 1
Caldwell boy, ha - bei. engaged in \ M. ;
C. A. work and he was s? looted for this
Fpccial work by I\ W. Mc.i'ullum «
X< w York, treasurer of the commute
be.-ause of the recognition of his qua!
fication of the work. Mr. Hawkes vis
iteii in this city a few \\< « ..- ago.
TRADE COUNCIL TO MEUT.
Nampa. Jan. 21- The annual mi
ing of the chamber •
be held tonight. The
rers for the ensuing :
the event.
car will l itur(
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NAMPA COUNCIL MEETS.
snmpa, Jan. 21.- The regular me<
ing of the
night. Only
fur con side :
is held li'.'l
;* s came t'l
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NAMPA
Nampa, J;
ifed in Boise
R. C. Hill;
in thf
. Mrs. J. R. Ball
lord ay.
of Corvallis, Ore.,
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A. W. H n . sc< r< <
try of the
chamber ^
of commerce, Iran,
acted bus
>iness in !
Boise* yostcnl ; .
Donald Ba«h of
Swan I
'alls was {
brought to tho < it y >
c-sterday
for mod- j
h al treatment
injuries
received !
from a liorse falling
on him.
Mr. Bn« h j
Is .1 son of Mr«. .)■ ;
nes Fa trie
> •
J. K. Halverson o
f Melba
t ra nsact
e«l busii * . s in the e
ity y os ter
day. j
John D. C>rr of U
oise, assi:
slant su- j
P* t int« ndent of the
i Pen
-ver coin- j
pan y in the eity to<
.J. U. Robbins of 1
lay.
*ot a t ello i
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„ a vi.,I
lor in tie it y foil:
<\ R. Hi. « ; , the
local re
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al estate
man, 1« ft last even
ing for
Seattle, i
where lie will spend
the we el
\ looking }
after business inter
C\ R. Baskett of !*
* sts.
o.-atello i
s a busl- ;
licss visitor in tho <
Mrs. W. H. St'hit;.
ut y.
•le,* and
daughter J
of Marysley nr«* visiting in the city.
Guy Davis of Pncatello, is a visitor
in the city.
A. T. Bullock and 1*. C. .lo> n« i* were
in attendance today at th< session of j
the grand lodge in progrès in Boise.
R. W. Purdum hi r« i :.:rn«-<l from
an extended business tiip to Port
land.
Lieutenant and Mrs. .7 <*m* ph Part-!
ridge arrived last evening from Lake
Charles, La., where Lieu ten at part-)
ridge has been stationed as an Inst rue- '
tor in the government aviation : land. ;
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CALDWELL.
21. Alton
business
Caldwell, Jar
Stone transac
Boise yesterday.
J. G. II. Gravely of Boise \va
Iness visitor in the city yes:« ;
J. H. Lowell looked after bu
Boise yesterday.
Presley Horne is in at»
I. O. ( ). F. gra lit lodge meet it:
progress at Boise.
A. I-k Gipson is among the
of the local I. O. < >. F. lodge
attending the session of the I. c ». n.
grand lodge now in progress in Bob«.,
Deputy Sheriff Hugh Nichols u..,>
P n official visitor to Nampa yester
day.
EAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE
Th* Molt Popular and Up-to-Oat.
Cafo in Caldwoll.
Flrat Class Soda Fountain.
LLOtfD HARDEN & DICK HOFMAN
b, .
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75 TONS HAY BURNED;
MAY BE INCENDIARY
Caldwell, aJn. - !. Seventy-five tons
of hay valued at approximately $000
were burned last night on the farm of
Charles Wells on Canyon Mill near this
city. M'he hay was stacked quite a. dis
tance from any building, which leads to
the belief that the fire was of an incen
diary origin. However, no clue as to
its origin lias ben secured.
NO BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Caldwell, Jan. 31. There was an In
formal meeting of tin» city council last
night. However, no business was
transacted.
STAR
Star. Jan. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Emmet
I « rguson and daughter Mc-rial of Boise,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ayers, and Air. and
•Mrs. Cecil Hall and sons were dinner
; da
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sts at the home ol Jim Ayers, Su.n-|
Marshal Johnson of Boise visited his
father, Joel Johnson, here Saturday.
Richard Wing, who has had the flu,
is able to he out again.
Paul and Donald McFarland were
Boise visitors Sunday.
Miss Ardis • Roberts, who is attending
college at (''aidwell, spent Sunday with
. homo folks here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haworth of Big
Rend. Ore., visited at the Roger hum ■'
'Sunday.
Mrs. 'I*. J. Klinger and children were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. New
man at Central Park.
Miss 1511a Hail was a Boise visitor
Art Win alley and Will Stoner are at
; Nampa t rapping.
Mrs. T. J. Klinger
trip to Boise Monday
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MERIDIAN
Meridian, Jan. 21.--Frank Sercan was
a Nampa visitor yesterday.
James D. Robertson of Boise looked
after business interests here yesterday.
Mrs. I'M. 11 art mau and children are
recovering from tho influenza.
Ralph Palmer was a v isitor to Nampa
yesterday.
Harold Davidson spent yesterday in
e Hilt spent yesterday in Nampa,
bronze service tablet has been re
«1 by the rural high school. On
e inscribed the names of the fol- |
lg members of the 191S graduat
who entered the military ser* j
vice of their country: James Fuller, |
Alvin ITashbarger and Lawrence Ilos
ford. Of these young men ITashbarger j
made the supreme sacrifice and Hos- |
f< » 1 « 1 has been decorated for gallant ser- ;
vice. j
Bei le Palmer was a visitor to Nampa
\ est rdny.
L. Barber is reported seriously
ill with pneumonia.
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CALIFORNIA SENATE 0. K2S
PURCHASE MEX. PROVINCE
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j S i imento. Cal., Jnn. 21.-—The reso
jlution favoring the (»urchase of Lower
j *'alifornin. was adopted by the senate
I tod,i; with but on- dissenting vote.
(The measure was adopted by the ns
embly
The
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United States
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CHIROPODY AND ELECTROLYS
IS. Room 212, Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm
strong. Adv. if.
Plano moving mad« easy. Call 71.
Peasley Transfer «^ Storage Co.—AdY.
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OUTGOING PEOPLE.
bit going Short Line trains carried
! the following people Monday;
Mis. L. Rutherford departed for
Wirhita, Kan., on a visit; Mrs. D. M
1 Jollingshead and Mrs. Julia Snyder I
bTl I'«"- a visit in Long Beach, Cal.; }
-Mrs. i 'nig Denman, who has been j
vi iting here, returned to her home j n
\N ; shington, D. C.; .Mrs. S. J. 1 »auc.hy, j
' v il "i hi !■•' with friends and re la- j
1 * h*it for her home in Montpelier; j
j ? * r.-t u t M pick, tt left for Cle V «*land.
\ . it.. >nd ('. J. Gilbert of New York, !
j Who lias been visiting here, left on his
11 , lip ' '
urn ing t«iins brought Mrs. Perry j
t:.ut New i nr! , where she had j
spending the holidays with rela-j
BtM i :. W akemail from Gamp !
and Lieutenant R. * Pilblad,
squadron, A. i-k F.
Try Musterole. See How
Quicki y It R elieves '
You just rub Musterole in briskly, and
usually the pain 13 gone—a delicious,
toothing comfort comes to take its place
Musterole is a clean, white ointment;
«ade with oil of mustard. Use it instead
»i lustar 2 plaster. \Vi!l not blister.
Many doctors and nurse 3 u./e Muster*
a™ recommend it ta their patients.
they will ßladiy tell you what relief it
P v es from sore throat, bronchitis, croup,
'«"t neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion.
>Jcunsy rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
icnes of the back or joints, sprains, sore
nuscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet;
o.ds of the chest (it often prevents
meumonia). Always dependable.
JU and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50. Z'
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Champion Hands Italian Severe
Mauling but Permits Oppo
nent to Stay Limit; Victor
Shows Old-time Speed.
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Bv H. C. II.V MILT« >NT.
New York, Jan. 21. Having pro'
to Johnny Dundee that he is still tin
Bennie Leonard continued to do bu
ness as world's lightweight champ
convinced several thousand
today.
New Yorkers and New Jersey r, si
ilents Inst night that he no longer v:i
the Leonard who wants to step into ;
ring and finish his opponent ns quick
ly as possible.
Bennie massaged every part of nun
dee's head with Ills fists in ilef'-atini
i «he Scotrh-Italian, hut it was appur
ent rinKsi( j p , s th; „ h „ V,-.v
finished the brawl in its early minutes
had he gone after Dundee in his old
time fashion. Ill the last round Leon
ard cut loose with full vigor for a
short ending, and he had Dundee
winging it for help early. Then In
slowed tip and Dundee lasted easily.
Time was when Benny used to step
into his man, look him over for a few
punches, whisper to Billy Johnson that
the work's was about to go .and hand
out the sleeping potion. Probably he
has forgotten that this is what gnv<
him his popularity, for ho doesn't do
it any mole, as his last three bout t
will show.
There are several battlers who re
fuse to stop their opponents union
a
they become r)
Lonard has fallen int«
Hegret usually follows,
likes to See a scrap}a
somet hing.
their
for the public 1
r who knocks
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Morrissey, lightweight cliam
f the northwest, who has been
in many last bouts, won the
ht championship of the
pion
seen he
| woltery
horthwi
j Manhattan club in Salt Lai«
| defeating- Ned Young, hi the
feated fast boy of that cii
j rounds; tin* battle being o
| fastest ever s« - n in that ne
; woods.
j Young had a reputation a
it the
I by his habit of pu
j cut in the first <
i Dempsey, but he
i been \
s oppone
avra pa a
up against a
j snag when he tackled the little bunch
<«f fighting machinery from Idaho
Falls with his fast, rapier-like left,
and was unable to land on«,* of his hay
makers or mortgage lifters in a man
ner that would bring home the bacon.
Morrissey will return to Portland (
and take on a few more boys out there. ;
While here he was in eonforen« « with 1
several of the pugilistic' promoters of
this city and it was agreed that, ns^
soon as a d< nl could be mad«- Benny
Leonard, champion lightweight of tin
world, was to b< brought here to «lash-"
with Lee.
Tom Sanlon, v. ho is at th«* head <>f
a company
airxious to
Take Club'
fast boxing
Miske, Mlk
ami Jack J>«mj
tain their
here. U i
ganizers to hnrn tin* expense of put
ting on snappy, fast bouts with top
liners once a month, and then to or
ganize a club at so much pep month
per member, the amount to lie r. i.^d
bouts but no
of sporting men 1
who are
organize the *■(;
ive and
to be devoted to
staging
shows, has vritt«
n Billy
Gibbons, Benny
Leonard
'mpspy in order t<
> aseer
west guarautca to
1 appear
the intention «>f
the or
to covrr expenses of
proni for th< * prunud«-rs.
fc?ucîl a 1 J ub would stag«' the 5!or
|rissey-Leonar.l match, also try to put j
^ske, Gibbons or 3 >• rnpr. y on In* *
w ^h «qua!I , ' good men, end give the'
Boise sport lovers real bouts between'
M*eal champions at an expense that
was low. As soon as Tom hears from
the men
lie has written—being per
sonally acquainted with all of them
through his long experience as a
< 'leveland promoter and manager of
Frank Got« h and T«
plans will he m ole tin
Shark «
organization begun.
BRITTON TO FIGHT LEONARD.
New York, Jan. 21 Dan Morgan to
day tiftl.ai.-d b., bad mat<-h«d Jack
Britton, former welterweight cham
pion. with Lenny Leor.ird, vvorldN
lightweight champion, for n 20 roun j
bout in Df-Iivt I on Washington's birth
Tho bout, Morgan said, will b<
in the htoc'.kyards auditorium.
he!
Was Restless at Night.
Sufferers from kidney trouble ex
perience backache, rheumatic painr.,
nch'*s in joints and muscles and other
torturous eff! étions. K. W. Kitt. R
U. D. 2, Box 9. Shorters, Ala., writes
IrLtÛ?» ov'r iSJjht 6 »™ 1 "pS"nlS Tn 8 my
ba« k and side. They did me good and
I truthfully say Foley Kidney Pills is
trouble."—
T.Th.S.
Adv.
medicine for kidney
Western Optical Go.
Bela*. Idaho
203 MANITOU HOTEL
Office Hour«, • to II a.m., 1:3«/ to 5 p.m.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Or Your Money Refunded.
j BaIdwin
NEW YORK STOCKS.
j ^ ork, Jan. L't -I'tIccn were Er<n
• full\ ii regular at tlie opening of the
I". 1 '' 1 ' 1 ; niai'k-t t'.iiay. United States
M' . l opened un.-i .„(fed at 8'.'; >1ext
' 'I'-'lrolenm 17 ... up i i; cia.rlMe S2-J4.
j" 11 '« : Baldwin, studebak. r, 4S4*.
. '/y, y, Mu, j..... 99Î4. . 1 ;
Bethlehem .Steel 1 . of -f i •
I. lmUlKl,lal >«.sue s showed Honio rally
ine I'» wer In late trading; and Hie rails
nd industrials . ..ntlnued w. ak. ln str. 1
unim..:i a rally in,in the day's low ran
o a little o
t 89*i; .Mur
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point.
1 closed
uwred, 99%, off >4 ;
.... Mexican Petroleum,
Jl " *• 0,1 Heading, 77, off %,
American »melting, off e
livestock.
OMAHA.
I South ijmahu. Jan. 21.-—Cattle—Jle
........... .-'tit'; market steady to 10(4 l je
hielnr; steers, 12.75«j 18.50; cows and
hellers, U./r,'all; stockera and feeders.
..■J- ■ .lives. 7.DO4f 12.75; bulls and
stags, 8.75'!/11.50.
! I logs It*'ccipts, 21,000; market, 15c
higher; bulk ol'sales, 18.80«« 17 20- tori'
17.10.
j Sheep Receipts 4SOO; market steady;
«'lings, »ft 18.35; wethers. 8.50'// 11.50;
uvea, Co« ? 1 .
i lambs, r'^ lG.fO;
Chicago
CHICAGO.
Jan. 21. Hogs - Receipts
■ 1 >•. 00 u; market, slow and 10c lower:
butchers. 17.55 ui 17.85; packing, 1S.50(<£
17.-15; light, I 7 «I 17.00; pigs, U.50&13;
roughs*, 1< \q 1(1.50.
Cattle Receipts, 3 7,000; nnn-ket,
strong and higher; beeves, 9.75n't20;
butchers and Stockers, 7.55(<j 14 . 50 ; ean
m*rs and cutters, 6.70D 7.35; sotckm t
«ml feeders, 8.25 '</ 14.25 ; cows, 7.35$
14.50; calves, 13.25 <4/15.75.
Sheep Receipt'*, 22.000; market, dull
and lower; wool lambs, 11.25^10.40;
owes, [email protected]
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KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Jan. 21.- -Cattle— Ko
ceipts, 3 1.000; market, 10/ 15c higher
rs, 12 ui 1 S.25 ; cows and heifers, 7 (a
); Stockers and feeders, 7 @16
».Ives, [email protected]
11 " n * •fib's. 1 S.nno; m.-irkct
...It: heavy, 1 , .2., @17.50: medium, I
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3 7.3 5 V/ 17.50; light, IT«/ 17.40.
S-o-ep--Receipts, 4000; market high
;cr: lambs, 3 5^16.65; coves, S^/ 10.50:
stockcrs and feeders, S^/ 1C.
PORTLAND.
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Jan. 21.--Cattle
Df market, lowr
31.75 U 3 3.25 ; good 1
10. lïiCfi -11.25; medium
rf land,
tone
Receipts,
; prime
» choice
t o good
■» <• ■' :
nr to medium steers,
.75 Or 8.75; common to fair steers, 6.75<rt
• 75; choice cows and heifers, 9.25<^P
"••'5; medium to good cows and heif
rs. 7.50(o 8.50; fair to medium cows
i; l Indfers, 5.75^6.75; canners, 3.505/
. <i hulls, G >i 0 ; calves, S <i 15 , stock
es and feeders, 6.50 «? 8.50.
lloas Receipts, 306; tone of market,
toady; prime light, 16.50(a 16.80; prime
■ « . .. :« ./ 16.40; pigs, 11.75'«/ 15.75; bulk
3.50 fir 14.50.
Sin. pp—--Tie
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ast of mountain lambs
lambs 11.75 Cal 2.50;
wethers, iu-j/ 10.50;
harp bri
ngt It wi
GRAIN.
CHICAGO.
Ian. 2 1. -Grain fid tires had
ik at the outset, but gained
ien buying or«U*rs were re
absorb pit of Ic
on the rally. Belief
n a gradual decline
bearish sentiment.
s were gehen
illv lower.
corn, off ! •
s c at $1.31. th©
mov.d up 2
'r JY'brnarv
lower at tin
• opening, $1.28,
ii*. March coi
i n, $1.27 at the
oil le, gai nr
«1 2 1 4 c. Ma v
n ' L .c :it *!.2I
1 -, th«-» opening,
USED FIFTY YEARS
KE3 PURE m
AT ALL DRUGGISTS
list. 18G8—8th and Main
January Clearance
FT,
'impT
of
Curtain Nets
Colored Madras
and
Silk Draperies
Continues Tomorrow
and Thursday
Home Furnishings
Department
Third Floor
was up 2 %c. .Inly corn, down 7 j,c at
[the opening:, *1.21. was a* c higher.
: January oats, opening late at 65*».\
j Of tar, gained a fraction. May oat a
dt.wn * #c at the opening. 65',..e, like
wise recovered its loss. .March oats,
off i-c at the opening, 66?i<\ was up
•'^c. May oats, off %c at 66%c, the
opening, gained %c. July oats, down
•,»c at CS^c, the opening, was St'jc.
PRODUCE.
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middle west, spot. 23.S:,
eentilfugal, 06 test, f
NEW YORK.
New York, Jan. 21.—Flour
unsettled.
Fork—Quiet; mess
Lard-—Easier
@'23.95.
Sugar Dull;
7.28; refined,
crushed, 10.25;
luted, 9.
Coffee -Rio No. 7,
149*.
Tallow —Easy : city, 9>4 ; special, 10.
Hay -Firm; prime No. 1, 1.75(6 1.80;
No. 3, [email protected]
Clover—1.300 1.70.
dull; cut loaf, 10.50;
powdered, 9.15; granu
the spot, 14T®
POTATOES.
Chicago, Jan. 21.— Potators —25 tars.
Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1.70(f/1.80.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
MARRIED man with car, exceptional
opening for live man; must furnish
references; 1023 Main. Singer Sewing
Machine Co. J^;
SEWING MACHINES repaired, all
kinds nml work guaranteed; some
slightly used machines cheap, in
cluding three Singers; machines
rented and exchanged. Singer Sew
ing Machine Co., 1023 Main. J27
DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN.
Owner not a farmer and wishes to sell
one of the best farms in the won
derful Deer Flat action on good road
six miles from town; school, one
mile; 80 acres all In alfalfa; wonder
ful producing land; just right to
yield an enormous crop of wheat,
corn or potatoes. Small improve
ments. Price, *16,000; *4000 cash,
terms on balance. If you see this
farm you will buy it. Address 2464,
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(CHINESE Pheasants, $7.00 per pair
till Feb. 1. 1414 E. Jefferson St. J23
{HAVE two good lots in Vale
I to trade for a good Ford.
i* .C. Curtis, Kuna, Ida.
Oregon,
Address
l ORCJ-J) to sell at a low price, one
eood driving horse, buggy and har
ness. Call 1415 E. Bannock St. J22
.PUBLIC auction sale next Saturday,
Jan. 25. 13th and Grove. HJ24
WANT ED
Andrew
Scheenen
To know
Scheenen.
Gen. Del.,
the address of
Address John
Boise. J 2 3 c
WE will buy anything yoii have in sec
ond hand goods or old harness and
farm tools. \ errington Williams.
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.OST— -.Last week somewhere on 9th
st., a small black purso containing
a key and change. Return key to
1439 X. 6th st. and receive reward.
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SALE ""Team, wagon, harness.
Ford and some Meridian lots.
Anderson, Meridian, Ida. J21o
BUSINESS man wishes the acquaint
ance of a lady; object, matrimony.
Address 2465, care Capital News.
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'OR SALE OR TRADE—For Boise
\alloy land of about equal value,
160 acres of wheat land in Big Bend
wheat bill. All plowed and ready
for crop this spring. Would prefer
-inicthing for dairying. Address Box
J13. Nampa, Idaho.
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U< »R SALE 5 acres, well improved, in
city limits of Nampa; good build
ings, Fills water, fenced, 4 foot wov
en wire and cross fenced; Vo in al
falfa, balance In pasture. Will take
good Ford ns part payment. Address
Owner, Box 713, Nampa, Idaho. J22
FOR HALE -Good team of work
horses. Call Coast Lumber Co., or
phone 1400. J22e
WANTED—Thoroughbred brown leg
horn rooster, about a year old.
Phone 2322- J. Jan.22c
LOHT Black pin seal envelope pock
« tbook containing silver and hand
kerchief. Reward. Phone 1948. J27
WANTED Hens
Phone 2326-W.
Will call for them.
7 PASSENGER Chalmers car for sale
or trade. Phone 54. 118 N. 9th.
American Grocery. J23c
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
AVAL I.IND'.S BARGAINS,
seres, Improved, Pioneer water; *1500
cash, balance eusy terms; price *4500.1
0 acres in grain and alfalfa; house,
barn, etc.; land is good and lays fine;
easy terms; price, *125 per acre.
SO acres, improved, 2' a miles out ; Pin-j
necr water; easy terms; price, *150
I per acre.
20 acres, Improved; *1000 cash, balance!
terms; *2500.
40 acres fine land near town; Pioneer!
j water; land is mostly In alfalfa; has
new house*good barn; easy terms;
price, *9000.
1200 acres fine land under Pioneer wa
f *'' r; near 2 good towns; easy terms at
*90 to *115 per acre.
acres, Improved, near car line and
close to town; Pioneer water; easy
terms; price, *175 per acre.
"Write or call on
WALLING LAND CO., LTD
Successors to
Walling At Walling.
Kstab. 1886 - Nampa, Ida.
LARGE lot and two 4-roorn houses for
*590; terms. 160 acres land near slate
highway just the other side of Black
creek, for *5.50 per acre. Call 023 S.
13th St. .123
FOR SALE—Boise Lumber Co. wood
delivered in. your woodshed. Phone
2678 -J. Fob21
WANTED--A Catholic lady will give
room and board for company. 2466,
Capital News. J24c
WOMAN wanted general housework,;
family of three. Must be good with
baby. Phone 6S4-J. .126
WANTED—A good work horse .about.
1300 lbs. Call 2238-J. .126c
LAWN and garden fertilizer delivered.*
Phone 1518-J. J26c
ATTEND tho big dairy show Fob. 10
Day Realty Co. tl J25
CALL that man Dick when selling
furniture. He has o machine nml
will call promptly. Standard Ex
change 6tore, 12tb and Main. Phono
»»8. tl tr
THE wonderful Howard over draft
heater; twice the heat with half the
fuel. Radiates the heai to the floor;
no heater made that will keep fire
any longer.
THE COMPANY STORE.
906-908 Idaho So. tl tf
WHEN you want to sell your furni
ture call 746W. u tf
DAY REALTY CO.
New location. 1009 Main. List vour
farms and city property with uf. tltf
SCOTCH Collie pup.s, registered, stock ;
line bred through Anfleld Model,
Ormskirk Artist and Morgan Laddie.
Call 61R3. Charles C. Sherman,
Boise, Idaho. HJ31
GOOD suburban grocery to sell cheap;
will lease building cheap or sell to
the purchaser of stock. Also Interur
ban grocery; line trade to sell rea
sonable. Also good grocery or com
missary near center of city to sell at I
reasonable price ond reasonable*
terms. Medium sized hotel in good
location to sell cheap one-third cash,
balance can bo mt.de out of place.
SCHOUI.EH STABBING AGENCY
Overland Bldg.. Boise, Ida.
U J22
NIGHT CLASS in stenography. H. D.
Foote. Phone 19-R-3. tlJ22c !
TO TRADE 5 acres of prunes In Merid- |
Inn; will consider Boise property or
car Phone 1234-J, or write 1115 W. |
State. tltff
rtilizrr for gardens and lawn
2280- R,
j" ANTED Beef cattle,
Phone
1 1J25
lambs and
.veal. Call 2806-W.
Tues-Fri tf |
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To the man with moderate
means—
Use Hawks' Ventilating Gas Ra
diator.
Fuel only burned when hast Is
needed; «mall initial outlay; heat
Instantly available day or nlffht; all
at th* touch of a match.
Boise Gas, Light & Coke Co.
211 N. 10th.
W. S. S. help win the war.
SCHREIBER
SIDENFADEN
UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS
Fineat Undertaking Eatab
Hshment and Funeral
Chapel in tha State
Private Ambulance.
MEN'S PRIVATE AILMENTS SUCCESSFULLY
TREATED
We are fully equipped to give you Ihe most thorough and
painless treatment of diseases with which men suffer,
and our results speak for themselves. We have treated
and cured numerous cases of Private disease, stricture,
syphlis, blood and skin diseases, Bladder and Kidney
troubles. Nervous, Sexual weakness, Varicocele, Piles
and Fistula, during the past year, some of whom were as
complicated and as long standing-as yours.
THE IDAHO MEDICAL C0MPAHY
4, 5, 6, 7 «nd 8. Odd Fellow*' Bldg.. Boi**, Ida. Cor 9th and Idaho St»
Entranco 90514 Idaho 8t.
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"BLAKE'S INCLINE
SAVES YOU MONEY"
AS YOU GO UP PRICES
GO DOWN.
PIPE
Ml sises at reasonable prices al
ways on hand.
IDAHO JUNK HOUSE
515 So. 8th St. Phone 640
J. M. THISSEN
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
Consultation and Analysis Free.
207-8 Yates Bldg. Cor. 9th and Mari
Phone 427-J.
Jtnkina Furnitur» Company
11th and
!Main St».
?h«n« 559
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"I'll Say She Does"
AND
"A LITTLE BIRCH CANOE"
New Songs at
SAMPSON'S
Th r

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Two Latest Song Hite
ROSE OF NO MAN'S LAND
—and—
NEVER TOO LATE TO BE
SORRY.
WISE PIANO HOUSE
807*809 Idaho Street.
UPHOLSTERING
and Furniture Repairing a
Specialty. Prompt service.
Standard Furniture Co.
Telephone 597.
Boise Broom factory
Home Industry.
Prices—90c, $1.00, $1.10. $1.20,
CAMP & SON
Phone 496J
$1.25.
2S BRLCE'M^3[IN Ws
THE HOME OF
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Good Clothe*. S08 Mein St.
Buy W. S. S. and help win th* war.
I
II3 N. SIÜ 3L. Boise. Idaho.
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It is time to have a heater and our
stock of Beckwith Round Oaks is com
plete.
Let us show you the New Pattern.
SWEET-TELLER HDW. CO.
Brighten up—Keen Kutter.
We specialize in Diamonds. Watches,
Jewelry und Silverware, of the de
| pendable kind. Our Wedding Rings
j will wear forever.
Green-Griffin Co.
208 Main St. The Busy Jewelers.
Buy W. S. 8. and help win the war.
CECIL & BRIDGES
D. C. Ph. C.
CHIROPRACTORS.
Consultation Free.
McCarty Bldg. Phone 912.
The
HALLMARK
Store
EVERSHARP
PENCIL
SI.00. $1.50, '$2.00
and $3.00.
J. T. LAUGHLIN*°2 *:ain st.
i^l ! 2. V i td a ho Electric
Supply Co.
... ® 11 Mein GtreeL
JM together — all the
bme — for everything
i*oiTtitcTwuuy> electrical 9
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Talking Machin**
Easy Term*
Buy them now;
start the payments
hw-l ^ i
in January.
Columbias, Sonoras
I jy
and Cheneys
Wot
WILLIAM KRULL
MUSIC HOUSE

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