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AROUND BOISE VALLEY LOOP
Nampa Agent
J. n. STOTTS
Caldwell Agent
HALLY WILSON
REPORTER
K. MILLER
Phone 485-W.
Phone 6- R -4, Boies
Phonee 452R or 35
. „ ,, ,,
gins Monday at Caldwell;
Work on Cement Structure, Es
timated to Cost $50,000, Be
Planned as Storage House
for Farmers.
Caldwell, Jan. SO- The construction
of a two-story cement warehouse at
the intersection »■•!' s* tenth ami Al
bany streets, which it is estimated will
cost $.">0.000 will he c- unarmed in this
city next Monday morning by the
Bales Brothers. The building which
is to have an area of 150 feet by 200
feel with a full basement is to lie used
as a warehouse iYr the storage of the
produets .. the farmers of the sur
rt undinur i t'Uiitrv ami it is planned to
issue to th - farmers warehouse re
ceipts which will serve the* purpose of
fan
■op
'dits
Am ; 1er building of similar propor
tions :.nd also of cement structure is
to b* *l ryi the lot west of the
lo of the Bales warehouse by the J.
R. lîardslcy Imp! inert comp,
will be a one ri.uy with a fall base
ment .111-1 is to have an a ' • : t of 100
fo»t by J 50 ! ft. In .addition to this
extensive building seiivity ihe board
of «dm-atioa contemj>late the com-,
plot ion of the high school at an ap
pi'ox ima t - c voenditure of a 75.000. This
work will probably be commenced the
It
la tt
rt of Ma
An immens,
be erected
"I y
also
»ring
at a cosj
of $100.000
by He- B.
M.
Holt Seed
and Fe*<i i
,'ompany ami
tL 0
construct, it
m of all
thes«.* buildings
with the
paving of
Kirnb.il avr
nue,
which is ti
h he done b
y the city in
tho
immédiat e
futur«' ;11
;. probable
ex -
pend Mure
of $5 ft. ft ft ft
presage for
the
city tho n
lost active
year in its
en
tire hi.stor;
y.
MERIDIAN
1ST. ridi;
of Boise Iran
Ja
Fred Hunt was
yesterday.
Mis; Kiln a Rife
eme I P kins
ss here yes
a vLiti'r to Bolfie
Char;
1 *' a Will in
mson l.wts
recovered
fmin .
n attack «
jf the int\
uenza.
Mr. ;
md Mrs. ,
J. M. Jack
.son visited
ir Bn is
e yesterdi
ty.
Y. A'
. Ta 1 man
who has
been seri
sly ill with 1he Influenz
to bo impro\ ing.
Mrs. John Hedges and
daughter,
as yesterday.
1 da tight > r,
.1. !.. (in 1.«
to Boise j ester-I
transacted b usines
Ir. an
d Mrs. 1..
Sum
lell
visit
o,I in
B*
ise ye
s terdav.
'ref* sa
or Wilson,
, 1 he
neu
.v 1 y elected
in ■
»f essor
**f agrici
iJtUi-e
and m
an ual
ti >
in ing
at the rut
III hit
Ml
s* hoo]
1, has
a .
ived ;
md taken
Up his 1
ivork.
(
;. A.
1 temington
sold
hi:
s re si
donee
bet
0 vest
eniay and
he a
lid
fa mil:
will
mo
ve to
Nampa in
the
imr
ned in 1
e fu
tur
e. the
local of: 1
eo. «*t
' t)
m Nu
mpn -
Me
ridian
irrigati<>
n dit
St ! i
et h
a ving
bar
ti consolidate«!
with
lit«
■ offi.
ce in
A am pa.
I
'rank
Stockwell
Wits
'•urn pa
vis
itui
:• yest«
ardtiy.
CALDWELL.
It Caldwell, Jan
»Griffit ho v -, o
ihusino
Icitr.
Attorney
was a Boise visitor yç
Lson, the well-known
man, spent yesterday
club,
Parma looked
in llie city yes
I Walter I :. Mitel
•after business int>
|ten !av.
j L. J. M .«.-■< , s*'cretary of t!ie Boise
Ipayette YY'ater F • rs* association, is in
^attendance at th*- trial of tlie « ,-ise * f
|thr settlers ins;. t. • •gainst the gov
Icrnment whieh is in p*
I O. W. K7 nipt horn <»t
Y\ ultcr
sterday.
Burma
the
•or* tury of th*
I iu Boise last!
■ in Re»ise.
mp.'t trang-j
£iet«*d bu-ino«s in the city yesterday.
Gi <nt Ward is transacting business
In Seattle this week.
Attorney 11, A. Griffiths transacted
Pgal busine ss in Bois«* y* sterday.
Lieutenant James L. Boon« is a huai -
rcas visitor to Salt Lake this \v ek.
Frank Henderson of Baker City, Ore.,
Is visiting III the eit\
A. M. Ricliardson, (lie pn>priet<
the Palace i'ooming hou ., is visiting
a brother in (lie Paimo:e country,
Donald Merritt has r -turned from Fe
nttle. whero lie itas iu-oa in tlie naval
service.
*!. C. Painter, the Middleton hanker.
looked after business Interests in the
city yesterday.
CIIIROPfJDY AND EPECTRODYS
If. Room 312. Ovtriand. Dr. D. E. Arm
strong. Adv . , t
Western Ootical Co.
Boi.«, Idaho.
203 MANITOU HOTEL
Office Hours. » to 12 a.m„ 1:20 to S p.m.
Satisfaction Gurrantood
Or Your Mon«* Refundad.
EAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE
Tho Moat Popular and Up-to-Data
Cafa in Caldwall.
Firat Cla.a Soda Fountain.
LLOYD MARDEN * DICK HOFMAN
OWYHEE COUNTY MINING
PROSPECTS PROMISING
Kara pu, Jan. .".0.— Küstern capital Is
1 1'om-lng: Into the widely famed Silver
|<'ity mining district In Owyhee county
and the present year promues to he the
[greatest in its development history for
j a long number of yenrs. I lent y work la
in progress at the Dewey, the Demming
[and tin* llanner mines and the prcdic
[ tion ts made that the spring will see all
of the leading mines of the district feu
by a fllI1
measure oT activity.
Pioneer mining: mon of the district
are optimistic over the outlook of the
district und declare that its greatest
days are before it. Supplies lor the
district are largely purchased in this
city.
CALDWELL VS. WEISER.
Caldwell. Jan. 30—The local high
school basketball team will play the
Weiser high school team at
Friday night. The local t campas been
highly developed within the last few
weeks by Coach Gita gey and is con
sidered one of the strongest teams in
southern Idaho.
LICENSE TO WED.
Caldwell, Jan. 30 A marriage li
cense was issued yesterday afternoon
to June Agra and Ruth Moon, both of
Shoshone.
NAMPA
'Weiser
i business
Nampa. Jan. 3ft......X. Jennoss, editor
'of the Ben dor-1 1er.» Id. wr
. visiotr to Boise yestenbn.
X. J. T.arson r>f Boise transacted bus
ess in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walke
•me are visiting in the city.
Attorney George W. Bamson trans
■tod legal business in Boise yester
0 f j e .
;
I
Mrs. J. 1 r. Gresham of Murphy is vis
iting in the city.
J. IT. Rogers of Casper, Wyo„ is look
ing after business interests in the city.
Attorney Ben Del ana of Boise trans
acted legal business In the city today,
i Bee Cook, who has been quite ill, is
; reported to be much improved,
j R. C. Murphy of Pocatello is a busl
ines« visitor in the city.
I Otto Reinhardt was a business visitor
jto oBIse yesterday,
i Miss Eva Riven of Bos Angelos is
;vidling in the city.
Commemorative of the 70th birthday
of J. S. Hulbert his friends gave him a
surprise party at his home near the ci
; ln.-t; night. Progressive 500 and mu
| sic featured the event and a card table
was presented Mr. Hulbert
friends. Those In attendance were
Charles Cushman, J. TT. Tom piéton, T.
IT. Hulbert. C. A. Glougrie, Will Ae.slinç
j of Portland and J. S. Hulbert.
I Krncst Kellogg of Silver City is vls
■ iting in the city.
by his!^
I
i
i
' '
STAR
Jan. 30.—Paul Casey,
F*n woi';ing at Park Dale,
turned homo Wedtioadn
Kd Ruiii.sill and family ao
, into tin
jchased
residence they recently pur
who has
Ore., re-I
j
moving j
C. Manches!ç
(3. K. Haskin of Oberon, X. D.. A.
Taxier of Boise and Mark Weston
; Wells, Minn., visited Tuesday with
j R. Haskin this place.
!
j
MIDWAY
Midwa
i A.
i. 20.- -The Midway P. T.
t the schoolhou.se on Fri
day afternoon, Feb. 7, at 2:30 o'clock.
K a. h member is urged to ho pr. s-.it
and all ladies in the community aro cor
dially invited. Members who have not
paid dues lor this year are requested
, , .
to come prepared to pay them; also fur
ja contribution to the flower fund
j W. < ». Azling of Port land has ar
I rived for a few days' visit with J. fc?.
'Hulbert and family.
! School opened .Monday. Jan. 27. with
*' 1 pood attendance. By eliminating the
j non-essentials and careful supervision
b- is hoped the pupils will complete
their grades this school year.
} Air. and Mrs. Ivor Peterson, who are
on their way to Chicago from Portland,
are visiting friends and relatives In
Midway for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Roberts of Boise
spent the week-end with their daugh
ter and family. Mis. I,. A. Whittle,
c E. Shull and family left on Tues
jday for their former home at Stcam
boat Springs. Col.
• Misses July and Edith Newbry of
Kuna wire week end guests at th •
'home of It. K. Newbry. i
j Miss Marie Karchcr spent Sunday '
with Miss Ada Sandy of Lower Fair
1 view. j
j Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Luse an«l little
j^ons of Parma were guests at the for-'
men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Luse,!
fjon Sunday. !
Stockholders of the Midway Tele
j
I home ufler spending six weeks with
her parents In Tacoma, Wash. *
Phone company will hold a meeting at
tho school house, Friday night, Jan 1
2i. ]
Mrs. o. O. Humgarner lias returned I
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dory visited their
parents, George Dory, in Nampa, Sun
day.
e. A. Williams spent a few days of
the week in Midvale.
Mrs. J. P, Rlskemire entertained at
a 1 o'clock luncheon in honor of hrr;
house guest, Mrs. W. A. Hoobler. t.r j
Boise, on Tuesday. The guests were
Mesdames AV. A. Sprague, S. B. Moul
ton. S. B. Shellabarger, Ingraham, C. O.
AY' il son, Frank Sims, all of Nampa.
Mesdames J. F. Reskcmire and AV. A.
Hoobler visited Mrs. V. S. Stone of
Nampa on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Doll and da ugh
":: r " « ,1PSts
Tie M d7 : » In n ' Iy !
nJet nt th« S Ked Cross auxiliary will
E«h 1 f fwho.,.1 house on Tuesday,
Peh. 4. from 10 o clock to 4 p. m. All ;
ladies are requested to be present and j
'Pape's Cold Compound'' Opens
Clogged Nose and Head
and Ends Grippe.
trils and
Belief comes instantly.
A dose taken every two hours until
three dost's are taken will end po
misery and break up a severe c-bl
either in the head, chest, body or
limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up m>s
uassages in the he ;d,
stops nasty discharge or n.-rm run
ning, relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishness, sore throat, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit bhv. in g
and snuffling! Fuse your throhiug
head! Nothing else in the world e \ < <
such prompt relief as "Pape's Gold
Compound," which costs only a few
cents at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, causes no
inconvenience. Be sure you get tho
8« nuine. Adv.
bring their own lunch. There In a largo
! quota of refugee garments to b- made
and we need everyone's assistance.
Mr. and Mrs. Prod Kastman and fam
ily visited the Order home Sunday.
Mrs. J. M. Walker and daughter
Mary of Bone Star visited at Un* J. H.
Waters homo Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Robinson vP-it- d
the Fred Houston home m ar Caldw 11
Sunday.
Mrs. John Clements and daughter
Edith visited the G. F. Kenny home at
Lone Star Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Jordan entertained the fol
lowing: guests Sunday in honor of her
'son Bee's eight birthday. Mr. and Mi . .
j Lee Powell anti daughter Km Hie and
[Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Foster,
Charles Metcalf.
{Gem district to
I interests there.
, has gone
after his
the
KUNA.
Kuna, Jan. 30.- Mrs. Clara Con ■ m
writes that lier husband, S. AW Con
over has been discharged from th*
United States Marine Corps and they
wire both in San Diego, where lie was
! mustered out.
j Tho county
county last w
Cauley, <oroi
The? doctor w,
immlssloncrs of Valley
k appointed F. J,. Mc
■ and county officer,
formerly of Kuna.
Mr. and Mrs. (ie.,rg.-t II. Rust ,,f
Boise spent the week end here, guests
of Mrs. Rusts parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D, II. Hubbard.
The influenza epidemic seems to
have run Its course in and mar town.
One death occurred recently, that of
l'Tnnk Bruno.
Me
Si la
Wilson, A. W. Hot,
alur and others, of Nampa,
were here Monday in tho interest, of
"Nampa county." At last iu counts
j they haid failed to find one single
person in Kuna or vicinity who fa
I vored the move.
R is rumored that B. Mathews has
of last
purchased a lot in town and will erect
a building for a meat market,
j Hubbard & Teed this week sold sev
eral residence lots south of the tracks
to J. W. Beckdolt.
j W. H. Thompson of Buiso visited
j his son Uo> and family the latt'r part
! Mrs. Matt Frank and children, who
have been visiting at the J. C. Martin
home, loft Sunday for Coeur d'Alene,
j where her husband has located.
Miss 1
Jessie Steve
ns, who
has
been
visli ing
her b rot he
r. W. I.
Ste
vons,
left this
w* < k for soi
me point
in AY
ash
ington t.
> visit olhei
* relative
M.
J. A. 1
iae of Mora
has pur
chase
d an
od 20 acre tract of land of Da
inter, paying therefor $100 per
impr
vid 1
acre.
School opened Monday wi
an SO per cent attendance.
Mr. Handerselt has parch
, aml , yinK siulll ,
«-J tin
mg in
ii It.
•Iter
ales a
manent f. mi buildii
J». B. Doan- « allr-d Dr. i
Nampa last Sunday to at
horse.
On account of a break in tho Rum
say lateral, tin* water was shut out
of the ditch* ; before tie* farmers had
a chance to fill Un ir cisterns.
George M. Wood bought a * -10" north
of town and is clearing it.
.Miss Ml
home in Portland.
Mrs. B. J). Carpent*
Ing, Idaho, Monday whore h r . ;
ter. Miss R. ' who bus been ate
Riff cohere, is very ill.
N. 1*. Y**ck«-y of Caldwell came <
Monday to build a dairy barn foi
V'lu-ahh'U.
*
huv
FRUITLAND.
FYuiUanil, Idaho, Jan. -
Marl, i- formerly ui Frultiand am
7'> . Hopkins wore marri, d Jan. 1 '
Vancouver, Wash. Mias .Marlar t-.i
business lours at Dink's liusiues.
lege a year ago. They w in „take t
ent te
!
j
J
i
puiclla
iront
Mr - ha.
cxpeiienee, having
years in one of the
' ® av . is " lj "' th
Ward who lately pui
Huntington liome. v
ing and Eredeii.k
d thu iTuilkui.l
I tank and ED I
nd.
BOISE USEES SECURE
worked several
Fa; « tie garnge?-.
r of Mrs. Louise
ïhi.sed tli,. K.
Holland has
moved his family to P.voUv and Is:
employed In tie pain garage ut that,
place.
AY. AY. I'.tine of Boise bus I»« rn vis
iting Charles Duell the past week.
Charles Labor,m«*\ enroute to hi«,
home in Harney county, One, from!
INSTANT RELIEF
"f!— mutter which has been
Poisoning >o„ for months and which
you never thought was in your sv.s
tern. The INSTANT, pleasant action
surprises both doctors and patients,
Whitehead's Drug store.—Adv.
Simple buckthorn hark, glycerine, I
etc., us mixed in Adler-l-ka "flushes
the ENTIRE itowel tract so complete
I.V that it relieves ANY CASE ' sour i
stomach ga,- or eonatipation and pre-1
vents appendicitis. Ad!er-i-ka re
;
NEW YOEK STOCKS.
New \ork. Jam 1 Prices were gen
erally lower at the opening of the stock
market today. I nited Staten Steel
opened at su, off 1.. : DeUibdiem Steel
H, 69%, up U; I- .will e;,%, U p v»;
Mexican Petroleum, 1« „„ .i„ ; Head
ing 78U, up ti; Hid. and Leather pro
ferred, 86 L, up Vi.
'l'obaeeul loomed in p,te trading. Din
tillers gained 2 pointa to lit. There was
heavy investments buying throughout
the day. At the clos juaeü oily all Is
sues «ere firm. United States Steel
closed ai lui'.,, up 1; Paldwln, till 1 -, up
.. .Marine preferred, 0''., oil
Aineriiau lüde und leather preferred,
SS, up 2.
GRAIN.
Chicago, Jan. 30. -After a sharply
lower opening, grain futures on the
Chicago board of trade today gained
strength due to buying on the dip. Fa
vorable weather for curing and market
ing was an influence i;i trading. l'ro
wero lower after a better open
in
! January
off
opening late at. 126 Via
.... .... - jo. February corn, 1 %
lower at Hu- opening, 1.23 L, went up
4'i cents. March corn, down 1«* at 120
tho opening, was up 3V*. May corn, off
% At the opening, 117V«» was 2e higher.
July coin, l ; >ic lower at tho opening,
113, went to 115 U.
January oats, opening late at 55V*,
off h, gained vs. February oats, down
R at the opening, 55 u, was up 1 Vi.
March oats, off Lc at &•*%, the. opin
ing, was 1c higher. May oats, un
changed at tho opening. 66 n v , was
up. July oats, off Vic at the opening,
5(5%, was off 1
LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO.
! Chicago, Jan. 30.—Hogs -Receipts,
! 43.000; maria l steady; butchers, 17.50M
j 17.73; pac king, 36.50. f : 17.40; light, 3 6.30
! r i\ 17.50; pigs, 32.50(a 15.50; roughs, 15.73
j Cattle receipts 9300; market
steady; beeves, 11.50(7(16; butchers and
'dockets, O.raed i t; canners and cutters,
I ri) •• 6.63; cows. 6.65^14; calves, 11.23(g)
op
16.7
- Receipts, 19.000; market
d lower; wool lambs, 12®
is, Bfu 11.
1
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i

OMAHA.
South Omaha, Jan. 30.—Cattle—-Re
ct-i pt3S00; maiiiet steady; steers,
12.75 'q 18.25; cows and heifers, 6.25?/ l.i;
Stockers and feeders, 7.5ft - 1ft; calves.
7<hT3.75; bulls and rtags, : a 10; others,
lower.
' 1 i et for
r-mhI, 10c higher; bulk of rales, 16.75 /
17.25; top, 17.50.
She p -Receipts, î> *00; market steady
to unevenly lower: \< irlings. 9fd> 12.50;
w'et.hers, lOq ll; lambs, 15'«/ 16.20; ewes.
Oil 10.65.
KANSAS CITY.
Kansas Oily. Jan. 30......Cattle—Re
ef ipts. 2500; market steady: steers, 18
r <! 20; cows and heifers, 6.25#14; stock
ers and feeders, S-b 16; calves, 7Or 14.
Hogs Receipts. 6000; market strong;
heavy, 17.25^/17.55; medium, 17.25 (d)
17.50; lig!»t, 16.7517.10,
Sheep—Receipts, 1000; market 10cCfD
15c higher; lambs, 1 5'»/ 16.50; ewes, 8(g
30.50; ntoekers and feeders, SfpflO.
PORTLAND.
Portland, Jan. 3ft—( 'attic —Receipts, 2;
tone of market, slow and steady; best
sl' . L ■ ' : : g -...i t ■ » ( hoit:e, 11 '.£ 3 2 *.
nn-dium to good. 4 .'•> \ \, common to
fuir, s.'O'U 0.50; choice cows and heif
ers. 7.50*/ S.50; good to choice, 8.75®
0.75; medium to good. 7.5tda8.50; fair
met
12; stockers and
Re
mixed. It'
j steady;
«limn mixed. 16.50b ic.75; rough,
i 15.40 , 16; hulk, 14 * 15.40.
Sli ep R* « eipts. ST; market sir
I steady; j>rlmn lambs, 13.75'd 14.ra
t«) medium lambs, Ö Or 11; yenrlir
*11.50; wethers, 9h 1 •» ; owes, 6'*j
PRODUCE.
and
mo
ivy.
n n d
fair
NEW YORK.
rk, .1 O. no. I loin- Quift ari'l
! unchanged,
j Pork - Qui
J Bard -In*
50.
Sugar Quiet; centrifugal, 96 test,
T.'.s ; r«ain«*<t. quiet; cut loaf, 10.50;
crushed, 1 ft.25; powdered, 9.15; granu
lafed. 9.
C*«fiVe Rio X»>. 7, on tho sp«*t, 14Q..
Tallow Heavy; city, .*• 1 i ; special, 9.
Hay Qui«-t; prinu No. 1, 1.70; No. 2,
i 1.30 (Ti 1.45.
middlo w.-st, spot.
Cl.j
I
i
LOOAI. MARKETS.
The wholesale prices tire the prices
paid by ttie d' ai.-r for the product
tit" shipyards in Portland, visited the
John Tackett home this week.
llol-n, to Mr. and Mrs. Adam Blind,
Friday, Jan. 2D an 11 pound son.
Miss Marie Klin- of .Middleton Is
; visiting her sister. Mias Alice KlUic,
teacher of the sixtli grade.
J. F. Carnlfix and John Thode re
ceived a car of cattle from Dong val
ley Saturday which they will feed
through thé winter.
Ko\ Sparks and Ray Duel! went to
Vale Monday after cattle.
J. \V, Cain who lias been a wireless
opera tor on tin» "Terry" a destroyer,
whose has, was at Wueynstown, Ire
land, arrived Monday lor a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs, O. IP Cain.
J. D. Reimers has received word
that ttieir son, George, has arrived
from overseas and Is now In New
York.
F. E. Haasch is agent for the O. R.
D. at Parma now. I
Mrs. Burns, who bus been visiting
lier daughter, Mrs. F. K. Haasch, has
returned to her home at Meridian.
•Mrs. A. H. McConnell and Mrs. It.
S. Hutch spent Tuesday with Mrs. C.
Dackry near Ontario.
-
quoted, except on creamery, cube but
ter and cheese.
Livestock and Poultry.
SP'ers. pu* owl.................$8i®10'
''homo hogs, per cwt........Jli®l,>.30
: .Medium hogs ..............*14.r.0(&15
j Heavy hogs .................... *14.0«
Mutton, per lb., Ive weight,
Hens, per lb
Ducks, live weight, per lb....
Geese, live weight, per lb....
Turkeys, live weight, per lb..
Dressed turkeys, lb...........
Spring chickens, lb..........
Wholesale quotations by
Creamery Co.:
Butter fat, per lb...........
Milk for butter fat, per lb...
Creamery butter, per lb.....
Cheese, per lb...............
Cube butter, per lb.........
Fresh ranch eggs, per case...
Retail Fricea.
Beets, per bunch ...........
Carrots, per bunch ..........
I New Onions, per lb...........
j Lettuce, per head ......15c, :
Parsnips, per lb.............
j Celery, per bunch ..........
; Green onions, per bunch.....
! Radishes .................
I New cabbage, per lb.........
Rutabaga tvrnips, lb.........
j Potatoes, 10 lbs..............
I Squash, per lb...............
! Potatoes, per cwt.............
j Fresh eggs, per doz.........
j Creamery butt er, per lb......
j Ranch butter, per lb..........
;Graham flour. 24 lbs..........
Buckwheat, 5-lb. sack.......
; Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack.......
! Barley flour, 10 lbs..........
'Rye flour, 10 lbs.............
Table bran, 10 lbs.
.....20c
.....18c
.....I
.....30c'
■ 22<tf 2:. ■
Mutual
.....BSc
.....(52c
.....36c
......60c
. .* 13.00
• ..12M>c
. ..12 , / «c|
......4c,
for 23c
. .5®10
......5c
.....TOc
I® fie
■ 2%r.
.«.00
......iUc
.60c(((.65c
----*1.30
.....70c
----*1.25
......55c
. .50c
. G o 7 5 c
90c
...S5el
1 Whole wheat flour, D-lh. sack..054(7;
JGraham flour, 9-1L* sack.....
10 lbs. corn flour...........
■ Dolled oats, 10 tbs..........
I Corn meal, 24 lbs..........
i'lour, high patent, per 4ts-lb,
sack ......................♦2.65©3.30
Bice, per pound ................. 12%c
Eastern lard, 10-lb. pail..........*2.60
K
____*1.50
! Local lard, 10-lb. pail............
FRUITS
I Apples, per boy ..............*3®3.:
POULTRY.
Hens, per pound ........
Roasting chi. kens, per lb.
Spring fryers, per lb.____
Ducks, per l,b............
; Regular hams, per lb...........
Rabbits, per lb...................
POTATOES.
I Chicago, .km. 110.—Potatoes—30
! Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1.60(^1/
...37c
...40c
. . .40c
...40c
...42c
...35c
Worth $50.00 a Bettle.
j Wm. Barnes, San Antonio, Texas,
I writes: 'Foley's Honey and Tar is the
j best cough remedy In th«* world. It
lias been worth 550.00 a bottle to me.
• 1 had the 'flu' followed by pneumonia.
! which left mo weak, with a persistent
; cough. I needed rest, and sleep, which
1 was unable to g< t. Some one ad
.vised Foley's Honey and Tar. I began
j taking it that very night. Before bed
time I noticed relief, and that night
i had a sound sloop and perfect night's
i"st, the first since the beginning of
j the flu. 1 have completely recovered
• nd do not cough at all. It cost me
jonly $1.20 to cure that obstinate cough
j with Foley's Honey and Tar. Let all
j who read this letter try Foley's."—
jAdv. T.Th.S,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
j 80 ACRFS, 53 under the ditch; price
j $3200; time on part ; will take \n
J second hand Ford with short truck'
body. B. F. Cavanaugh, owner,
Broadway and Chamberlain. F5c
EARLY SEED POTATOES
FOR SALE
Lnrly Ohios, Burly Eurekas. Phone'
R' ise Cold Storage, 16th and
Railroad. p
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W ANTED -Young man or woman to
l:
1! ti'-Imt.s at Duneoland.
or 2015-W.
Phono 4 52
J 31
TWO ;
1 'hone
in cub.-tors for
sale.
F3o
FOR UK NT N
eat. 4-room house, fur
nished. $3.
Inquire "BIS Madison.
forenoons.
JJOc
wanted- a
4 or 5-room house.
Phono 041
Flo
; 1 OST -Dark' brown fur neck piece be
i tween Boise and Nampa, Tuesday
! evening. Liberal reward. Finder
• return to the Manitou Hotel. IT

'OR SALK By
g* r Saxon S
Boise. Apply
owner, new 5-passen-l
v; the best buy in
Boise Motor Co. F5e
! WANTED t'laee to work with good
1 ' rn of liorses until about Aug. 1
1 dli. Address liox 76, Vale, Ore.
NOTICE
Idaho stands second in the United States for its clean Manhood, ac
cording to the Official Statement from the office of The Adjutant Gen
et nl in YY ..shington, ami why is such tho case? Because wp liuve treated
successfully a great number of men inducted and these have passed the
physical test and have been found suffering with no venereal disease.
\Y * h v« done our bit in the war as we have placed fighters on the sou
and on the land to make 'The World Safe for Democracy."
\\ <• treat and eradicate Acute and Private Diseases of Men and
Women as well as Skin and Blood disorders. The Old Standing Bladder
and Pr« static troubles of men as well as those who by abuses or ex
cesses have lost that ambition essential to virile manhood.
our it suits speak for themselves and by the report sent out we have
b* .-ri weighed in the balance and found that we have delivered the goods.
Consultation free and invited. Everything in strictest confidence.
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 Odd Fellows' Bldg.
Boise. Idaho.
mr
TENTS!
of All D.«criptions manu
factured to your order. We
epecia.'l.e on all kinds of
auto tents, camp furni
ture, American flags, Serv
ice flags.
PIONEER TENT A
AWNING CO.
Sixth and Main Sta.
Phona 986-W,
BUY w. *. «.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
j CALL that man Dick whan «oiling
furniture. He ha.y a machine am!
will call promptly. Standard Ej.
clu «Eu store, 12th and Main. Phono
| S!S - till
j
j
wond# -ful Howard ovet draft
! ' ter; twice the heat with half the
tu. I. Radiates the heat to the floor;
ho heater made that will keep lire
any longer.
THE COMPANY RTOHE,
906-60* Idaho So. tl tf
"HUN you want to sell your turn!
tu re call 245 W. tl tt
DAY REALTY CO.
Nev. location, 1009 Main. List your
farms und city property with us. titf
SCOTCH Collie pups, registered stock;
line bred through Airfield Model,
Ormsklrk Artist und Morgan Laddie.
Cull 61R3. Charles C. Sherman,
1 Boise, Idaho. tlJSl
c|T'O TRADE 5 acres of prunes In Merid
! inn ; will consider Boise property or
rar. Phono 1234-J, or write 1115 \V.
State. tltf
j FDR first time owner offers dud -n
three forties, very close to Boise,
hai'd surface road, near cat'line.
Priced right; principals only. Ad
dress 2174, care Capital News. 1 1J : : 1 -
:
!
■ WANT to buy two-way plow if prie. .1
; right. Address 2473, euro Capital
I News. t!.J31<;
I EXCELLENT Netted <1, m potato« a
guaranteed cookers, *2 per cut. de
livered. Phone Jfi.IL 11.131c
, ------------------------
( B.l l.E or will trade fur good house
lu Boise, dandy improved 5-acre
'TV, ..te . . . ,
HA\.E you a liberty bond
!
1
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1
I
:
;
,
!
1
j
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1
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farm on bench near Fair Grounds.
Just the place for chickens. Plenty of
pasture for two cows. Price *3 700.
Call 245 Eonna block. tl FI
paid for or
not paid for, that you want to sell?
Call at 245 Sonna block. tl Ft
FOR SAB F
. horse. Call
FOR SAU
Almost ia
FOR SALK -IftJ seres mile from
Meridian, on carline; all in cultiva
tion, good water light, good terms.
Write box 222, R. 3, or phone 9R2.
tl F4c
FoR SARD- Blue stem wheat for
Heed. Cleaned, $3.50 per cwt.
Netted Gem potatoes, $1.40 per cwt .
bring sacks.
Pair of Bronze turkeys, $12.00, not re
lated.
Will exchange a few geese and gan
ders. Thes • are Minnesota stock. 4
miles south, west of Maple Grove
ttchoulhuu.se, L< east of Bake Hazel.
F2c
Good 5-year-old, 3500 lb.
I^ion Coal Co. FT
CALL. Coast
yon coal,
i phone 3 4 ri
Rbr. Co., for Spring Can
28 th and Fair view or
;
Saddle, bridle,
Phone 2392.
chaps.
Fit*
HOBBY \\
$2.50 m
Baxter
strain, White Leghorn
Barred Rock cockerels,
Poultry yard, U mile west
undry. Address John Me
Adams, 110 So. 14th.
Flc
FOR RENT -
rooms, 1119
3101-W.
- Right housekeeping
Jefferson St. Phone
F5
[
!
j
IBB cut in February, several acres
«•f black locust trees, sizes 3 in to
10 in., lengths as long as 25 ft., and
straight as an arrow. Order the size
you wont and they will be cut. H.
W. Dorman, Caldwell, Idaho. F28
| WANTED—To buy dressed hog; also
jersey cow. Phone 70-J-2. Feb 1
i - -----------—............................
, FIRST class rotary White machine
I for sale cheap, 911 Fort. Phone
j 1855-J. 15
j
;
FOR SALE—Modern 5-room bungalow
on the bench; large rooms, big
closets, Dutch cupboards, screened
porches, basement, etc.; close in, on
the macadam road. Will take good
car as first payment. Address Ilex
2485 Capital News. tl J30 F2 F4
WANTED—500 yards or less used can
vas, any size. Write at once to
Thomas Morgan, Vale, Ore., Route 1.
.
I
i
'OR HADE One pinrm cased organ:
7 octaves; good condition; $35 cash.
Phone 2019-J. pi
J. M. THISBEN
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
Consultation and Analysis Free.
207-8 Yates Bldg. Cor. 9th and Main,
Phone 427-J,
Two Beautiful New Songs
"Ships That Pass in the Night"
—and—
"Beautiful Ohio."
SAMPSON'S
LEGAL NOTICE.
NOTICE.
IDAHO STATU 1,1 KB INSURANCE
COMPANY, BOISE. IDAHO.
Th-i'e is delinquent upon the following
•L.cHL d stock on account of the au
nt lt*v'i ! on t • 12til day of 3>e
lois, tho ho voral amounts ««t
opposite t Be names of the respective
holders, as folio
! Stockholder's
Cert.
No. of
Am't
Name
Shares
Due
(Bateman, It. ....
Beard man, Mrs
. 464
10
$10/0
1 Mary A.........
' 1142
7*3
7.50
; Bohrer. Johu .....
lit 3
77
1 Buck. Geo........
1144
(«'reps, Nina G. ...
.1145
3.50
Gupp, Walter R...
,1117
.50
Lavis. 1 Ifs: er A...
.11 IS
21 Va
21.50
Davis. J. Letov. .
Il'rCRsfl, Geo, A..
.1045
43
4.' 50
I ! »onford, J. L.. ..
1204
7 1-3
: 1 ' * ■. J. n ......
, 470
C.HO
|3 icholberger. F. K. 1150
11 .1 .raey, Florence
H4t
7.50
; K...............
. 446
1ft
10.00
iFianey, VY'in. ....
.1152
3s 1 3
88.50
, ' t ench, C. »S. . ....
. Î 15 1
/ 'ä
7.50
( L ri.lnor, IL M.....
. l '5f
4
4.00
iGory, John S.....
, P*5
200
200J »
! « rf*!ba.c.h, John c...
. r»:»L
25
«ïorton, L. M.....
.1155
15
15.00
Higgs. I »r. L. J*..
10
10.00
Higgs. l>r. A. A..
.115:.*
8 'a
8.50
1 lopkins, A. J.. ..
• 712
5
B.oo
Hansen, A. B____
25. "0
.lir,:i
1
1.00
Johnson, Chris .
25
25.00
.Johnston, \Y II..
.1165
o 7 !4
7.50
1 Knights. G . J'-. ..
. 60
25.00
j Knights, G. B.. .
. ft y 4
3 5
15.0
Knights, < B.. .
.1014
Lewis. Kd........
. 1J ! 2
.19
"0
Liming. 1 \ <>....
.1173
• '4
7.50
l.aughran, Grace.
.1171
10
19.00
Lyons. H. \\ .. ..
. 11 <4
7V4
| .Matthews, Sam tel li
11 'a
13 Ml
1 M.-.Murray . John.
MVrklns, Mrs. Sum
. 4::i
20
2t J
23 . 01 »
i5Vi
5
io*
1%
a.ro
6. CO
vith la
; 1'1-s Ott. B It.... 1*54
; I *orter, F. AI ...... 405
i Read, Carrie W...11M)
Roberts, Blanche
! B. G win ........ 552
G-unis, 11. C.......Hsi
, Shields. 1». M..... 7TK
! Sea well, Kthel M..ll.s2
; Speer. YV .J....... 4tt
Sullivan, R. A....11E6
■ Vial. M. I,........11SS
• YY'aun. Jam«-« l/...li;;*t
Wilkie. Fred A____ 60S
j YVorthingtin, Titos.
I Tj ...............1190
j Wood, T. K.......526
' And, in accordanc«
shfires of each j>arcel <>f such sto'-k rs
may be necessary will }>** sohl at the
■office of Idaho State Rife insurant •>
* Vunpany, in tho Umpire building. Boise,
Idaho, on i lie i.th day of February, 1!* 1
2 ok-lnek. p. I ....... Fuel! »lat« to pay
delinquent assessinen/s_ thereon, together
with costs uf advertising and expenses
j of the sale.
01*30. B. 'WOOD, Secretary,
I Office, Lmpire Building, Boise, Idaho.
Adv. F2
All the Music From
"So Long Letty"
WISE PIANO HOUSE
807 309 Idaho Street.
You Will Want to Paint
j or Varnish your ear this spring; it's
• asy to do if you will use Sherwin
Williams Auto Paints. They go un
without showing laps or brush marks.
And, say, that t<-,> and scat dressing
make the top and seats Jusf the same
as when new.
SWEET-TELLER HARDWARE CO.
Second Hand Goods
of all kind« bought. Highest price paid.
Call Phone 301-J.
People's Furnit're Store
1018 Main Street.
UPHOLSTERING
and Furniture Repairing a
Specialty. Prompt service.
Standard Furniture Co.
Telephone 597.
Jankin» Furnitur a Compemj
11 th and
ain Sts.
Phan« 559
Pacific
MEMBER
FEDERAL
RESERVE
SYSTEM.
CAPITAL
$300,000.00
A. E. LIND
CHIROPRACTOR
Nut Medicine, not Surgery, not C
a thy. Consultation ajid Anai
Free.
624 Overland Bldg
Phone 119. Boisa, Id
To the man with moderate
means—
17*8 Hawks' Ventilating Gas Ra
diator.
Fuel only burned when beat i.
needed: small Initial outlay; boat
instantly available day or night; all
at the touch of a match.
3oise Gas, Light & Coke Co.
211 N. 10th.
3., W. S. S. help win the war.
9
i 23 N. 9 ÜÜI
6c;j8. IdatiL/
In the evening
best time to read.

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