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AROUND BOISE VALLEY LOOP
Nampa Agent J. R. 8TOTT8 i Oaldwell Agent HALLY WILSON REPORTER K. MILLER Phon« «5-W. Phone 6-R-4, Boise Phones 452R or 35 CMIll« TO START Ï! Five-Evening' Program Sched uled; Speakers of National Reputation to Make Ad dresses; Churches Aid the American Relief. ■Meridian. .Ian. 2 $. T1 ■ '!«■: "La n Chautauqua opens nrM Saturday e\ «■ ni nff and continue, for five * <a s< ■ ; tiv< evenings. An « Naauk-nt pr«»g ; am has been arranged fia < a< h «-vi-m. the main attraction 1 i n as fol-j Thr m " \ mer M inosaku A m * dited b Saturday evenin; Smith compnny, imp i ha rpist. Sunda y evening 1 .• i a 1*i and Japan.- by D Toshi Varnanmfo. Mondai' evening ('one A tnerican girD' orcln • t r. Tuesday evening Ideals. ' a ] Tit riot ic b i t A. C. Zeliurr. w ho is act government. Wednesday f"'onh;c Hi r. st rated ".if; b'cture on the Wonders «if tin World War." by Henry Wari-'ii I' an < pert photographer and a locturei • national re put at i< n $278 FOR ARMENIAN RELIEF. 'I'lte Meridian churches la id uni«*n s- rvires last Sunday evening at tie « hristian ehureh. Two hundred and ••verity-eight dollars was the amom-t raised for the Armenian reii fund.; Thus over halt of tin- quota of s am for tile Meridian district w principal sp.uikt-rs w« pre.ssmm Hubert MrCr. and S. C. Krikoriau, nian. STAR Star. Jan 2' Mes ,\ Bois«- v'.-ited with Mr l ithe] <V»nzons Sunda y. Mr. a ml Mrs. Ralph I Bend. «>r* ., spent Sun* tu«- her. > raise«!. The former C«.n Miller of •tli of Big nth re)a - 'I'. •il Samuel th«- homo NTr Iki day. nd Mr Miller Mi Hr en/g mo; home, north • .< 1 « . Mr: 1 ' f, ■ « « p- «■ - , • tic- visitfd 3* DntMl " ' r -✓<«-! Mr nnr| Mi- II Hing bi;: -r, t '« st.iu, of th M i .Mid Ml Prix a i o it on ora hi.' of r.3.«> te, AT « la ye<) M 1 » 4 • ii : . nqiit ot r d slides betM.-.-n Ï ecu . and R. r»i 11 Star school r^opmin«] Monda.' grant Ta \ loi « • « ; «• lia a a . -. -r the positi«.i. pi«»| t FILES DIVORCE SUIT. ' 'aldweli, .l.i n s. \ „„t i,. r ^ h s tiled in the Hist! V«\ Mxrtle B« « !int is ur t t « ■ : Br-'h/it upon 1 • c i « « 11 1 » ri s «■•! *. «■ The «-ouph w « i - in.- ri« -I m L » « « ■ Nrli., Jan. ", If»«*:», and tin )«l;n f lieges tuai , ■ r h list »and d* s* il«-<l and their two « hihir« n July j*\ Sin asks an aliiimny of $6i* a m 1«. support ..In rseif ami cmhir'-n for attorney f«*es of $8 7. An Attack of Influença Often leaves Kidneys in Weakened Condition Dort I arc J stem l »etors in all part.- « f • « have Ikcii 1-ipt hi.- . ; h i « of infill« n/.a which has i- q«-«. home: . The symptoms o 1 this uB« . very distressing and b a \ « the in n run down condition. Alum: rictim complains <.f Inna ba urinary troubles whi< n stiouJd neglected. . s these «langrr often lead to <;.« lie« i •«. - k,.p hies. Druggist - r«-p/«rt a I..;.'. ,.« Dr. Kilmers Sw.mp-R««*>t which so many people say soon h«;,ls „ml strengthens tlie kidneys after un at tack of grip. Swamp-lb . »I. b« ing all herbal compound, has a g« nth h- dim; effect on the kidneys, which is Hm* s; Immediately noticed in most cases i*,v those who ti\ it Dr. Kilm« r k Binghamton. N. Y «iff«-« t«> - « ■ ?, « i « sample size bottle of Fwamp-Root. on receipt of ten cents, to every sou« «-t who requests it. A trial will cop < jure anyone who may he in need of it. Reg ular, medium and large size bottles for »ale at all druggists. Re sure t.. m< n tion The Boise Daily Capital News.-— Adv. ot be J rnai EAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE Th* Most Populor ond Up-to-Dat, Cats in Caldwoll. First Class Soda Fountain. LLO YV WARDEN A DICK HOFMAN WITH PAV BOLLS' X.IIMIH ' t , l: , " i m Nampa Takes Trail of Indus tries in Earnest; Seek Jobs for Incoming Citizenry. an. 28. "Ind list aies \\ ith is the sloffan which ilonii ( izens ,,f this <ity in their activities for its progress. M'd with concerted efforts they are sorting themselves to secure every ne which is of a feasible nature, rhrr.ugh the creation of the city as a .ivision point fur tile passenger trains ï . i i ! b i I o 11 : * I ! 1 j f the « »regon Shel l Line Kailr 'ompany. tin establishment foundi y and machine s t In- past i ear, its \ olui has been wonderfully i! t!'- program f"i* tile industries which has 1 .f tin a t ion hops i in Hie lmsi - inert used.! seem a 1 of d f. the ye a t *m 1 . then held ill line «f b II tin prnduets of the the tributary comiminitle: in commenting today i Dvity of the ell a nibrr . 'Hsfully inii still greatei demand it i iness will b. v «doped. the ac omrnerce ram this : v u. N. Jen ness, president, said: "A ! together for Nampa." lias been a very effective slogan for us. Through it "■■ have aeeoinpli.sh.fi much, and eider its inspiration we shall labor i' still great«?)* tiling J'ay rolls are '•hat we are after. They will be pro ductive of other forms of progress." CALDWELL COUNCIL O. K.'S IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Caldwell, Jan. 2.S.- The industrial era planm-d for this city hv Ma'iu } - d L. Lilly for tli braces tlie paving and the creation of : at a cost of $60,000 b\ the city council be initialed within t Another part of the this ; j year which cm Kimball avenue lodern city park s he» n indorsed 1 this work will . . \t few weeks. ;>t t iai activity iii. « Hy will be tho réclama - of the first ii on irrigation in 8227 em bra DENIES DIVORCE PLEA. div«>r«< U » « > I i f tie I ICI NM If) WI D MIDOLF.TON 1ms pu rein Hurry Long s'. He has i, • •pen at S •' of the Urn •mon ranch r. Harmon rdny n«*on , he 1« is i ( rued from ■ I |,j s ( jj s _ rned Fund » a ••• been * I d lodge an Johnson of .Yampa are grandmother, Air I J P J ranch l a nd < Î |c j , Ihoma here v and son R 1 SCO 11 Mary U arc * s sister. Mrs. \ •• Ikon «• .rg has sold Ills lamp tracts to Cortlan horn t< last J John Kohlhopp has purchased the j .Morton lot ; -i, «.«st of tlie B.«ker ea! U a I e off« The ami ud meeting of th hold« » s of th«* Middleton Mill Ditch! company held at the 1. < ». O. P. hall Fat unla \ at 2 p m. < vffit < rs were! lee ted as follow >. Barney; vice lui F7. 1 ! } G. C. Point» : , and T. R. liar Miss Price «, ♦ ■«J l»y i he I» » ,i vacant■> in »«tli pr* Pete esident, Edward lent. 1 '. O. Cl i a - Ncth. treasurer, as, 13. K. Wanke Ik en elect «1 to fill the and 7th gr; NA.MPA 1 Nampa, daught « r if •Mis. Harold Jen ness. Ctdonel K \ Anmbi t. ess visitor Buis« 1 tod; N J. Whitehi-a«l was a ' itor totlay. J. <i. H. Or;» \ « ly ed business in th. Bert Black, of |; f the ' Wh« 8. 'Plie birth of a t« d to !. - utenant an«l aldweli vis 1 ! j ! Boise, transact* : y« sterday. the re présenta - iroei i y "Pape's Cold Compound" Ends a Cold or Grippe in a Few Hours. '<•1*1 »ill break ami all grippp 1 mi: . \ end after taking a dose "1'ape's Cold Compound'' every two hours until three doses are taken. 1 b promptly opens clogged>up nos trils and air passages in the head, • tops nasty discharge or nose running ; relieves .sick headache, dullness, fever ishness. sore throat, sneezing, soreness j and stiffness. Don't stay stuffed-up! ing and snuffling j hing head nothii ■gives such prompt relief as ''Pape's 'kid Compound." which costs only a J few cents at any drug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice and causes no inconvenience. Accept no j substitute,- Adv. Quit blow - R.rne your throb Ise in the world empan y. transacted business in the 1 comp »any, t ran sa c city tod a ! Att ornr y A. T.. j legal business In « >rgo Duval ^ itor J .» C; 1 1.1 well y spent T.. Anderson transacted 'aidwell yesterday, is a business vis herd ay. i'oung, «if (live ns Hot Springs. J« rd;' y in the city. J. IT. Crooks. of Kmnietf, looked Lifter business interests in the citv ves |t onlay. il. I* I ' . rb . of Boise, was n busl ness visitor in the city yesterday. Miss Lena Wells, « #f Ontario, Ore., i:.' visiting in tho city. A. T. Stephenson, of Pocatello, is a business visitor in the city. K. Smallwood, S. J). McLain, and Silas Wilson were business visitors t«:* Kuna y< sterdny. I h", mi 77V. T>. Brett and guest. AirLouise Kob« rts, of Birmingham, Ala.. \ isited in Boise today. All x Wilson was a Boise visitor to Attorm W. acted legal busin Attorney I >. L. Rhoades visitor today. O'Connor trail s in Boise today. i Boise MERIDIAN Jan. 28. --Charles have moved here -Aiei idian a, nl family -Boise. C. Pfaffle, of Boise, u« s.s visitor here yesterd; Raymond Hutch« son is jOntn rio, < .»re. * 'olonel Klias Mnrsters business in Boise yesterda Mis idmii .Mill* i-ipal •I <l> yr-teidrr I .' ining' V from vas a busl vlsitlng at transacted r the high the grade guest of tod in Boise «■pria tor nt il! d ill. Hi litVie.J I, N\ it i t D o CALDWELL fan. '• Vrr-d Mi • i iisa-.-t ing legal l.msi R. i M• • «.»i mick w r'low Jie;i«l ; ; m B«Mse. Boise v isit« high Scheel Notes und the faculty advisor ] n| , 0 i uîn Dchatitiff society of tlie ; Idgh school have decided that no more ' ,f 1 ,K ,f k ul;ir hi-wcckly meetings of 1 t,, ° society will ho held this semester.! TM.-j a« ti«ui was taken as it wa thought Hint the. time taken to pr« '« 'if tlie programs could 1»* more prof itahly spent in making up the worl lo t during the influenza clositu period. The meeting which was lo I have been luMd tiiis Friday will, there-! f're, n««t he held until some time in ! ^ébrua Stomach Trouble. 'here are a groat many vi n afflict'd for a long ti oine disorder of jiin.ilB been permai M . ! .. Scott. IVori; husband suffered f. rite Yitli • M ' stum - ,s;lN ' M ' h trouble be for big Fbamherlain's Tablets These tablets have done him good and have d him a great deal of suffering." on have not given Chamberlain's Pa blets a trial you should do so, as you are almost «M-rtain to be bene f it ted by tocm All dealers. Adv. T Th S WEATHER CONDITIONS OVER THE C SHIPPF.US' FORECAST. Protect shipments during the next hours against the following mini mum temperatures: Going west to Baker, 28 degrees, «.,>t to |\„ atello. degrees. Minimum tempernture at Boise, tomorrow about *J8 dt grees |bKN ER AL» \V FA T H L 11' CO N l) 1 T I O N S fair weather prevails throughout H country. Temperature changes w : in most instances compara lively sm « and the weather continues mild for 11 season in most sections. Hiuh hart j Î , ; ! ; ! -1 I j j | ! r:.t< s l ontiniird fair wmithm- f.,,- 1 1,i |sr* ti'm I MARKETS NEW YORK STOCKS. oil a n. 7 :$ - Prices were ir opt •nii >g **f the stock 1 . •S. • l opened at L'.\ii a n i '• ti «ileum 67, off S!» 1: - 6(» r * 8 , up up 1 Utah Copper, | higher at the clt.s. . j St« « I closed at 92 \ preferred 1*7, off i) :> . cum 169 up 1 r s ; JP up GRAIN. Chicago. Jan. 'S.- - Demand, dee belief that IloK prices f..r fnited States) «-in b e maintained ;n $17 r,n cauw higher rannes for grain on the'chleag (board of trade today. mr\ corn, opening late at 122 1 . gained additionally r. c'c. I*'ot subsequently went up 3c. March corn, j- higher at 120 Va, tho opening, gained ja cent. May corn, selling at 118 K at Mho outset, 2*4 up, was off t&c. July corn, lk higher at 117L, the"opeiiing. up .Ja nua ry higher at March oat opening, w at 59 L, ui L. July « oats, L-* lost vi mis, up 1 "4 at tl higher. Februar •'*7 •'k. J lie openln , I cent higher at .78 1 ,, the is off Q. May oats opened l- 1 *. and subsequently lost its, up IQ at the opening. LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY Kansas City, Jan. 28 . rattle eeipts. U.mOij; market, steady, i LI8.00#20.00; cows and heifers, $«.77-*/ 14.00; stockera ami feeders, $7.50^ 10.00; calves. 87.00fnT4.00. Hogs - Ueeeipts, 10.000; market.! steady. Heavy. $17.30^17.50; medium. $17.23^/17.50; light, $16.77^17.10. Shei j» Receipts, 27 m«p market. M«ad>. Lambs, $15.00(0 16.50: ewes, OOfu 10.50: stockera and feeders. $8.00! U 16.00. CHICAGO. Chicago. .Tan. Hogs Receipts. 66.000; market, steady to 10c lower. Butchers, $ 17.50 rù 1 7.70; packing, $16.50 ■u 17.37; light, $10.60 '«(-K. 30; pigs,; $1 1.77 -f 17.00; roughs, $17.77 -/ 16.50. Cattle-—Receipts, 37,000; market, steady. Beeves, $9.25 («r20,00; butchers ami stoekers, $7.15<lf 14.00; canner - and! cutters, $7.75(?i 17.65 ; Stockers and! feedeiTs, $7.7<>(?/ 14.25; cows, $7.151/ 14JM); calves, $13.75'«/ 14.25. Sheep Receipts. 15,000; market,! ■troiig lo 25c higher. Wool lambs.: $ 1 ! .77 <i I 2.6" ; < \rr % 5.00 f n 1 1.00. South nmaha ipts, 4 760; m •ers, $12.77-'«/ . 40 . OMAHA. Jan. 2' rket, I stocker ■i. BolU $ t ;. 15 POR T I AND «'!)*"« • ** * « « i 9.. . medium i<> • "'</ - •". f. i to medium, t . um« «-s. $'• »I <7 ..... bull?., $8 «m •mb- . ........n.v»\ H.M'ko«-. In * $7 "') «/ 9.00. Receipts, 137. market, drag ime mixed, $I6$0^17."0; me. mixe. I. $10 3m„ 10.77; rough. $]'..40 >i 16 . 00 , bulk, $14 ."0 4/ Cattle Re 27c lower, s and heif mi! feeders, 13.77; bulls 0; niD'krt. ■ I j Sheep Receipts, 49; m; Frime lambs. $13.77'«/ 14.40; fair to me dium Jambs, .$11.00; yearlings. $10.COM 11.70; wethers, $9.00M 10.00; «wes, $6.Or f n j r me-! LOO. PRODUCE ^ NEW YORK. New York, Jan. :. - Lloui Du w. ak. Pork.....Dull; mess, 70. Lard - Irregular and nominal; m.ddb* west, spot., 22.90 y 23. i Sugar Quiet; centrifugal, 96 test. ' 7.28; refined, quiet ; cut loaf, 10.5«» rushed, 10.27; powdered, 9.10; g ranu kited. 9. Tallow llcuvj ; ctr.w 9b, . spreial, 1« Hay Quiet': prime No. L Ll5'ol.7" ». i .10 «i i.r»o. Clover. 1.25 f fi 1.65: POTATOES. Chicago, Jan. v Potatoes is< oiisiu and Minnesota 1.7" «/ LOCAL MARKETS. Tl" wholes.«lc prices are nu pri« es paid by the dealer for the product |noted, except on creamery, cube but t« i and cheese. Livestock and Poultry. St-ers, per cwt............. -$SH 10 'ho* • hogs, per cwt....... $1 5(p 17.70 Medium hogs ............. J14.50 U 15 Heavy hogs ............... . .$14.nû 'lut ton. per lb., lve weight.. . .9(0 10c 1 lens, per lb................. .....22c Ducks, live weight, per lb... .....20c Those, live weight, per lb... .....18c Turkeys, live weight, pc-r lb. . , Messed turkeys, lb......... -----36c spring chickens, lb......... 22 fi! 25c \\ holesale quotations b; Mutual Dreamery Co.: Butter fat, per lb........ .Milk for butter fat, per lb. _____ 58c jOreirnery butter, per lb.... ____.62c ji'heesc, per Ih.............. .....36c Hube butter, per Ih........ ,. . .60c Fresh ranch eggs, per ease. $ Retail Prices. F.oets, per hunch .......... arrets, per bunch ......... .. 12 Vic . . 1 2 ' c « • N« w Onions, per lb.......... ......4o Le ttuce, per bead ......15c, jRarsnips, per lb............ 2 for 25c Celery, per bunch ......... . 5® 10c ■ ! j I Green onions, per bunch............5c, ; I! nlishea ____10c Two Beautiful New Songs is That Pass in the Night" —and— "Beautiful Ohio/' SAMPSON'S Mens, per pound ( ' i i i •New cabbage, per lli..... ......6c& Rutabaga turnips, lb..... .•!» 1-olaiocs, 10 lbs........ Squash, per lb........... ......... t Vac Rotators, per cwt........ ....... ÎJ.MÜ Fresh eggs, per dor. ... 55c Creamery butter, per lb.. ..........7uc Ranch butter, per lb...... .....60c % 65c Graham flour, 24 lbs.. .. ........j;. o B uck wheat, 5-1 b. sa ck... 70c Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack.. ........Si. .»Ö Barley flour, 10 lbs...... ..........85c Rye flour, 10 lbs.. ...... ..........85c Table bran. 10 lbs. ...... ..........50c Whole wheat flour, 9-lb. sack. . 05(d 75c Graham Hour, 9-lb. sack.. ......65(&j. 75:: 10 lbs. corn flour........ ..........90c Rolled oats, 10 lbs. ...... ..........85c Corn meal, 24 lbs....... ........51.50 Flour, high patent, per 48 -lb. sack ................... ■ • . *2.65 if 3.50 «Bec. per pound ........ ........12 3 ,2 c Ha stern lard, 10 - lb. pail. ........$2.90 Local lard, 10-lb. pad.... ........$2.75 FRUITS Apples, per box ........ J3Ö3.25 POULTRY. Hens, per pound ....... ..........37c Roasting chickens, per lb .........40c Spring fryers, per lb.... ..........4<ic Ducks, ])«-r lb........... ..........40c Regular hams, per lb. Rabbits, per lb .......... .......... 3 oc LOCAL CURED MEATS. Bacon, per 11*. by strip... ..........50c Regular hams, per lb.... ..........58c Sliced hams, per lb....... ..........50c Picnic hams, per lb....... ..........SOc FISH Salmon trout, per lb..... Salmon, per lb........... ..........35c HAS BEEN EXTENSIVE Chairman Issues a Statesment Showing Result Will Be Seen for Many Years—Backing Bill Before Legislature. The results of tlie work done by Hie child welfare committee in this state sine*? th«- heginning of "Children's Year," April 6, 1918. will be seen for many > « ars to come. Mrs. Lizzie B. Dickie, state chair-1 man in charge of the work, says in j a statement issued: "The « -Diminution ««f their efforts so! lur is the bill introducml in th«? legis- | j lat lire, the need of a. jmbli«* h«\ilth | tuirsf bring n ili/.ed on every haml by! those in charge of Hie weighing ami j ; uieasaring t* * -. At this lime it is not possibl«"- t" give a staHstieal report I«'st » mad«-, a He- influenza stopped ; ; i ! ! act - - ! i * -I S.'l f « * t « * - So\ -«'lit j B nil br f ft. Hu • I H ports to i ...Mi;- !.. I thour-nml *-op|©F of bulletin?? on I I'ar«*; Tr. N.3t:H Cure.* 'Milk.' ' I ' i ■ : Mcnn h - ' • bent « 1 « -1 - i ««•i public m« > ningM held, i hr Hi** «'««untips -Bonner. « îcm uH • I i> Hip Th. I hr \vm<- enrried out in .« pnvt ■ «'ounth" . Nt Hm state f.Mi • pl,3\- demonstration was gi.ve I now all instructions ha\«> In « ' i j t for tho hack to-tlie s'-iio "B is the wish « f tlu* <• j bureau that the edu« ;iHoua c>4 ic u. A u «1 nl drive. | Idhb on's j ! worl. planned for the children 1«. continu« I till July 1. So. although the state and Minty councils of d •r« d, the .--Lit.- and the child tip \\ m • : * f s ' i > «-st cough r* ' 1.as been wort use may be ;il »tintv rh. unten com mitt «• • stni . I».* illnuc th hr of ce of flu cull ■ Werth $50,00 a Bottle. Itn i in r S « \nlonio. Texas. | • l '.*h v's H.»ue> on! Tar is the ; gii D im .« , ia the world. It ; $70.00 a bottle to me. 1 had tlie flu' followed by pneumonia which left me weak, with a persistent «•ugh. 1 needed rest and sleep, which fl was unable to get. Some one ad V ::-»* « 1 Foie' . Hour taking it that vor time 1 noti« • d rr had a sound sleep rest, the first sin the flu. 1 haw c : ti ri do not cough only $1.20 t< with Foley'« Aim read t ure tli four y : h tit dv. arni Tar. I began night. Before bed •*f. and that night and perfect night's th« beginning «»f mpletcdy recovered «t «il. It « ost me •bstinate cough I Tar. Let all try Foley's." - T.Th.S. PLANS CIVIC UPLIFT: PROGRAM LAID OUT A1 on to » r, I da ho. J .1 u. 2V Fpin-i : Gem fount y p-«»poses t » > l»e on the map if pr« s«-:i'. - \ nipt «•!:»> iiiuiil for any* tiiiur. OH last Salunla.v night at tli chtin'h in Montour there was a meet- j ing ««I a laige number of citizens foi l tli«* purpose of organizing a Dominer ! rial club, A go«»d sized membership' list v s secured. The object «u' the organization is to promote tic wr-i. j tare of upper Gem county, and to ad vertise its many opportunities and ad - I vantages. The organization is to be' completed on th* second Saturday | night in February. Some of tlie thinss proposed to be j undertaken in the .section of this 1 «'Ountl > no as follows First, to nr ganizo an irrigation district on thr land about Montour, second, to secure] the building of good roads, promoting j the officiel" \ of tho schools, organize I of Mnntnui and nearby community, and other things which may be nf n i * PIMM© IDF TOO poMTFmiMnr Say* glaaa of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washes out polsone. If you vv.ike up with a bad t.« do. i«;«*l breath and tongue is coateu if vom head is dull or aching: if what you «at sours and forms gas and acid in stom ach, or you are bilious, constipa * »«i, nervous, sallow and can'' gel te«'hng just right, begin inside bathinr. bnri, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of limestoiv phosphate in it. This will flush Lie poisons and toxins from stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels and cl-Mnse, sweeten and purify the entire alimen tary tract. Do your inside bathing iin rn «Lately upon arising in he mor eng to wash out of Hie system all Hie pre vious «lay's poisonous waste, gases and soin- bile before putting more food into the stomach. To feel like young folks feel; like you felt before your blood, nerves and muscles became loaded with body im purities. got from your pharmacist a quarter pound of limestone phosphat« which is inexpensive and almost taste less, except fora sourish twinge which is not unpleasant. Just as soap and hot water act on the skin, den using, sweetening and freshening, so hot water and limestone phosphate act on the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Men and women who aiv usually const ipated, bilious, headachy or have any stomach dis order should begin this inside bathing before breakfast. They are assured thoy will become real cranks on the subject shortly - -Adv. 1 I I i i ! i j . ; i ! ! j interest in the development of the community. There is a 60-horsepower water plant near the village going to waste, which can he easily transformed to the generating of electric power for lights, machinery and pumping water ter irrigation purposes. The moun tains arc full of good material for the making of good roads, and the big farm belonging to tho McConnell brothers, on which Montour stands, is divided up into small tracts and is being sold to home builders ami new people who ore being added to the village. j | | j ; TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CAI.L, that man Dick when sellliiK furniture. He has a machine anil will call promptly. Standard Ex change store, 12th and Main. Phono St8. tl tf THE wonderful Howard over draft heater: twice the heat with half .he fuel. Radiates the heal to the floor: no heater made that will keep fire any longer THE COMPANY STORE, 90S fing Idaho So." tl tf | j WHEN you want to sell your furni ture cnil Ï45W, tl tf DAY R FA 1 TYCO. New lo«-pt jnii, 1009 Alain. t,i3t your farms and • >t property with u? «Bf S« « ' ITH « Villf« pups, registered - fork, line bred, through An field Mod®! < »rrujU-u k Artis» and M«organ L *«]di« 1 ail 0 f K 7 Charles « Sherman, Boise, Idaho. tl.13) I « « TRADE acres prune?« tn Afprid im, «sill const der Poise property or t a« Fh««n« î M J. rr writ© til, \N S tat«' Mtf 1 a ■ H* v f,, 9aurant well equipped, good trade. $4.0 «ash. Schooler• Starling Agency. Overland Bldg. IU A F« 'R first time owner offers choice three forties, verv close to R«use, hard surface road, n^a r carline. I'ricrd right; principals onl>. Ad dress 247 4, care Capital Now.-. HJ.'H I ! J ; J ! I j I j J i WANT t«j buv two-way plow if piiceil rigl t Address 2473, care News tlJ31c LM'Fl LLNT N-tfi'd h*m potatoes, guar; nt- - d cook ie $ P f r cwt, de lir.-n d. Phone 16.11. t!J3lc | ; ; ALE -Relinquishment, desert or stead; ii v: b i"ii system com Ali lia .ga i- . elevation 2 400. o 612- W", or write 24 81 , Capital s. F3c FOR SAL K Bungalow ; for $1000 than cos t; furna«'«, fire -Plan*. garage. Phone 61 12-W, or write 24 82, Capital Ne" s. F3e KOVR improved lots in Berthoud, Dole,. trade for auto. Rhone : -- T -- p h F3c FOU S.M. K Tow n site. Postmaster Quisle y. Id i. F28C FOR SAL i: r Red. u n d Barr.a I K,wK Rhone 2326-W. J .» H BRR K g;; rage for rent. 711 N. lOtll street. F3c von SAL. .K Holstein » *gw, : : grade Holstein loafers. hea\ y spr ins». J. K. Riddh . < ïrlffith's St; 1 1 ion, On Hoi. between Caldwell and Nampa. F3 : j l ! j I | j 1 j I R SALI' Two tw »-wheeled s« rap «-. 225 feet of one-inch steel cable. . , feel of •'* «neb Steel cable. Ad ress Box 15, Boise, Idaho, or phone 7 RL F3 Foil SALK—One Durhai fresh. Phone 37FÎ1. cow; just WANTED Hens. Will call for them. Phone 2326- W F3 FOR SALE -White Rock cockerels. Phone 29J3. F3 WILD trade good mnre for ha> 29J3. Y F M HA female birds. Phone 984-W. .T29 'B RENT Furnished rooms with bath r ivileges; convenient to busi ness sect ion. 1201 Grove, or phone 2663* R. tf FOR KF.XT—Five room modern house and parage. Phone nsi. or ;5Î4-'W. J39 LEGALJ40TICE. NOTICE. „ r , Alto statt: lift: insurance COMB \ NY, BOISE, IDAHO. There is delinquent upon the following h's«ti1hmI stock on account of the as : I, r I i le' ied on the 12th day of De Uor. 1918, tlie several amounts sei ■ 'posite the names of the respective .« i »-holders, as follows: i '..'in-, lîuck. ,1 «ihn ert. No. . 464 .13 42 .1143 .1144 10 Am Du. $10.<" ps, Nina G. ...It47 1 npp, Waiter It.. .1147 Dim:-« Hester A...114* I »avis J. Leroy. .. 60:« Dri.--.sel, Geo. A... 1045 Dun ford. J. J......12"4 Kn J. H. First Nat. 1 Drlggs Finney, Win. F. 1150 .1116 77.0'« 3.50 3.50 21 5" 20.00 43.5o 10.00 25.00 . 115. ..1153 Gardner. F. M.....1054 Gary. John S..... 107 Delbneh, John C... 531 Gorton. L. M. Higgs. Dr. 1 ». Higgs. Dr. A. Hopkins» A. 276 1 Ha B.< (hr is 1163 I Johnson, I .lohnston. i Knights, O. B..... 60 Knights. B.... 684 i K nights. B.... 1014 ! Laniberton. C. H..1170 Lewis. Ed........1312 i Liming. J*. '>.....U7.i j Laughran, Grace.. 1171 . Loins. H. W.....11 7 J Matthews, Samuel 31 «'o ; M«y. r. A.........721 i M« Murray, .lohn . . 43 L 'Perkins. Mrs. Sum ner «• ...........npt ! Pomeroy, E. G... 11 «0 ! Prescott. B. H ... 654 'Porter. E. M...... 403 Head, Carrie W...118U Roberts. Blanche ». G win ........ 552 Situs, 11. C.......list Shields, D. M..... 778 ■Sea well, Ethel M. .1182 j Speer, W .J....... 4f* Sullivan, R. A.... 1186 «Vial. JM. L........11SS Wann. James H. .1176 Wilkie. F o«l A . . . 66s 5 ?. 00 Williams, Mrs. G. ........495 25 00 Wilson. J It.....124 100 100.00 Worthingtin, Thos. I................1190 1 l.oo Wood, T. K .......526 50 50 . 0*1 And, in accordance w ith law sf. nutay shares of each parcel «f such stock r ■ may be îecessary wil be sold &t ti «• office of Idaho State Ltf«* Insura ru e Company, in Hie Empire building. Boise, Idaho, on th© 9th day of February, 191". at 2 o'clock, p. m., on such «late to pay delinquent assessments thereon, tor,otic i with costs of advertising and expenses of tho sale. GEO. B. WOOD, Secretary. Office, Empire Building. Boise. Idaho. Adv. F 2 NOTICE SHERIFF SALE. Under and by virtue of an ordm* ' sale issued out of and under tin seal of tlie district court of the third judicial district of the stat/? of Idaho in and for the county of Ada, on a supplementary judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale to correct a for tner decree, dated May IS. 1918. said supplementary judgment and «b-.'r-■ rendered and entered in said court on the 2nd day of January, 19)9. and in favor of GJara. Shinn as plaintiff ar-1 against Susannah Gmldy, AY. L. «'a l«i I D«*an Perkins, Phil McGran, SusacnL \Y. Cuddy and tlie unknown owner ! mil c laimant * of lot block 9, M< < Party's second n «Id it ion to Boise. .* «Irfendants. aid writ re. it mg the ma - jtcrial parts of said Judgment and d r - ice. dul' n!t«sted. r>r t th© Ith da * 1 « j.Unu.M'. 1919. an.l In thr shrriff of J Ada count' 1 , Idaho directed, and t«a n- ; KnifniM PfosL as 5u*'h sh-* iff. deJiv J »-red on the 4th duv of Januai y, '°3 r ' |f«*r cxe-'ution. commanding end v ! a'.*'ring tue n« such sheriff to indgmcnt by making the «al« -M !" 'pe*'.' m«»r.turned in end by s«H • D ■ diie-'ted * - • b° sold, appb Ipr I '■ • pi« <■ > «I - i i-ci eof t«M th® se.tisfa, j flop «af seid judgment in *onfomiit I the« c-'tPi «- »uanner prescr «'««• j p j la»«', and execute SU oh certifc'ai« J n n «1 i Th* nl ! eed is h^ law directed «•«perty t b«re directed to b* depcrlh* ed In r-ald decree n. to - wit Lot 8, block 9. 71«' .Second nddiMon to Roto with nil . an-1 singular the t«*n» '8 a tr r rights, hep'ditam**"* purtenn n • » thereunto helona ins or 1 " anuvisr »r>r>«-rt;ilnlnit N„*i • IK her»'l.i> Rivoli tim» „n th» i „ , g . o: »'*■ ■„ un i \\ l:u:i. „» thr hour nf t O'Ick'. in tho :i ft * rnoon nf th.it "ta--, ir trout C't" tho front door „f thr ,\ , county courthousr In Boinr, Ada rmn t\, Idalio. 1 iviil soli at publie auotl *■ all anrl singular tho nbotr dosrrlhpil property, toRethor with thr appurte nances thereto, or s„ mm n thereof as may he sufficient to raise thr amount -o found to be due to thr plaintiff f. ■ principal and interest, costs of >nd expenses of sale, to the highe ' bidder in lawful money. Hated the ;th day of January, t!Mi> KMMKTT PFOST. Sheriff of Ada I'ountv. Idaho. Tu.OJCX THE 1DAN-HA LEADING HOTEL OF BOI8E. European Plan. In the center of everything. Commercial and Stockgrewert Hoadouartere. FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM Rates, without bath, $1.00 up With bath, $1.50 up. IDANHA HOTEL CO., Prop. HOTEL GRAND BOl8E'8 NEWEST HOTEL. Commercial Saen'a Headquarters — Most Attractive Lobby In the 8tat% FRANK BLACKINGER. PROP. Strictly Modern. Popular Prieea THE BRISTOL. BsiM't Popular Hotal. Naw and •tr«etl> Mod.rn. POPULAH PRICES. OR. H. A. GALLEGLY. "BLAKE S INCLINE SAVES YOU MONEY." AS YOU GO l T P PRICES GO DOWN.