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Nami m Agent J. R. STOTTS Caldwell Agent HALL' / WILSON REPORTER K. MILLER Phone 435-W. Phsns 6-R-4, Boiss Phones 452R or 85 MERIDIAN'S LYCEUM COURSE WILL MAKE DEBUT THIS EVENING Meridian, Feb. 1 —The first number of the. Lyceum course provided for this place by the co-operation of the citizens will be rendered this even ing. The program of the week fol lows ; Saturday evening—Gordon Smith Co., reader and harpist. Monday evening — Dr. Mlnorak t Toshi Yumainato lecture—America and Japan. Wednesday evening-- Mrs. A. f\ Zöl lner; (Toitauredited Rep. Patriotic lec ture, American Ideals. Tuesday evening — Henry Warren Poor; Leitest Views From the Fighting Zone. Illustrated war lecture. Thursday evening—Grand closing concert; Gertrude de Horler; soprano and violinist. Fritz do Bruin; baritone. Kathleen Harris, on Pianist and Reader. .... PROVES VALUABLE ASSET CaUhvell,' Feb. 1—Through the or ganization of a union delivery service UNION DELIVERY SERVICE which was perfected about five years ago, the merchants of this city have one of the cheapest and most economi cal delivery systems to be found in the west. Mjhe union is composed of six grocers amPthreo meat men who, acting c m* certedly, operate three trucks for tho delivery of their sales. The maximum expense for the grocers has been about $75 per month, while that of the meat men,has been close to $50. The service is most satisfactory to these business men and the expense is much less to each member of the union than his expense of delivery was before the co-operative method was adopted. The amount saved reverts to the consumers In the way of re duced prices. NAMPA GIRL WEDS ARMY OFFICERAT WASHINGTON Nampa, Feh. 1. — Announcements have been received by friends of tho bride in this city of the marriage of Miss Charlotte Tuttle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Tuttle of this city, to Sergeant Guy Robert Johnston at Alexandria, a few miles from Wash ington, D. C. The wedding ceremony ocemn j in tho old historic Christ's church, wie r* Frcsident George Wash ington. v onhlpped when he was presi dent, .di , Johnston grew to womanhood lh H i city ,aiul is a graduate of the bail school. For several years she "as a leat her in tile public schools of the city, and was very popular in so cial cireles. Her father is one of tire prominent pioneer merchants of the city. Sergeant Johnston is a member of tho engineering corps of tho army, and at the present time is the instruc tor of surveying at tho Washington barracks. NAMPA Nampa, Feb. 1.—L. J. Shaw trans acted business in Boise yesterday. George Duval Sr. was a Boise visitor yesterday. * Edson Carr looked fitter business In terests In Caldwell yesterday. August Ficptncr has returned from a three month's visit in Ohio. Jack Fvrrltt will leavo tills evening for Washington, D. C'„ where he will make his future home. The birth of a daughter is reported at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ingersnll. Ralph King left today for Yale col lege. where he will resume his law course. Mrs. Hamilton Park has returned from an extended visit -with relatives tn Salt Lake. Mnv Philnntt has arrived home, hav "When a Child Droops" Hurry, mother! Reliere the little stomach, liver and bowels of »ouring food, bile and poisons. Look at the tongue! Children love to take harmless "Cascarets" be cause Cascarets taste like candy—only 10 cents tool , ! P Children droop and wither like tender flowers if you permit bile, tour fermentations and constipation poison to be absorbed into the system. When a child's toneue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour, you can ■lways depend upon good, safe "Cascarets" to gently but thoroughly clean the clogged-up places. Children love to take Cascarets, the candy cathar tic which never gripes, tiever injures, never disappoints. Each 10 cent box contains directions and dose for children aged one year old and upwards. ing been discharged from the Cana-^ dian army. Mrs. L. L. Gray, who has been quite ill, is reported to be much improved. Mayor Robert A. Davis, who lias been ill the last few days, is reported to be progressing nicely. The following officers have been in stalled for the ensuing year by the local lodge of the Ladies of the Macca bees: Commander, Winnifrod Riske mire; past commander, Fannie Perrp; lieutenant commander, Anna Harsin; record keeper, Millie McRobble; fi nance keeper, Elizabeth Karcher; chaplain, Jennie Reynolds; mistress at-arms, Lillian Thomas; sergeant, Neltye Robinson; sentinel, Florence White; picket, Dora Wohlenberg. CALDWELL. Caldwell, Feb. 1.—Attorney T. S. Jackson transacted legal business in Clnytonia yesterday. P. G. Smith of Burns, Ore., looked after business interests in the city yes ! terday. I J. II. Bard of Emmett transacted I business in tho city yesterday. Attorney William Stone transacted (legal business in Weiser yesterday. D. Hannah of Notus spent yes , terday in the city. : Kx-Senator How Dunning of Home-j dale looked after business Interests in the city yesterday. 1\. S. Bruce, the Boise loan man, was a business vistor in the city yes- j terday. | A reorganization of the Caldwell j 1018 dancing club will be perfected | at the K. P. ball Monday evening. Attorney James L. Boon.: has re turned from a business trip to i'oea _ . ( . .T. Westcott Is reported quite lll. is an official | . . H. McLluskcy was a Boise visitor j tello. Judge Ed L. Dry; visitor to Weiser yesterday yesterday. STAR Star, Feb. 1.— Dr. 'and Mr?. O. W. Hall and daughter Ella were dinner guests at the home of Frank Martin and family in Boise Friday evening. Gilbert McFarland visited home folks hero Friday. Dr. Spenser of Boise made a business trip he re Saturday. Miss Amanda Wolf was a Boise shop -1 per Friday. i Rev. DcPartce transacted business In Boise yesterday Mrs. Rosco Davis and little daughter Leslie Marie, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leslie, h'ft for Council Friday evening 1 , where Mr. Davis Is working. Lloyd Shelton returned home from Indiana, where he has boon in training. T. J. Klingler returned to Council yesterday. USTICR. There will be Sunday school at tho Christian church Sunday at 10 o'clock and all members and friends are urged to bo present. 'Grandma" Pitcher, Mrs. C. B. Patch's mother, had a stroke of paraly sis recently and is confined to her bed. Tho Sunday school at the Baptist church begins at 10 o'clock Sunday, fol lowed by preaching by Rev. Agee. The Helping Hand society of the Christian church elected All s. R. ('. Watson as president, Mrs. A. F. Swan son, vice president; Mrs. William Schneider, treasurer, and Mrs. Frank Huber, secretary. MIDDLETON Middleton, Feb. 1—Orange Lemon from Ogden, Utah, visited here Thurs day with his brother AVm. Lemon and family. He Is a railway mail clerk. Word was received tills week from local boys with the 116th engineers saying they expected to sail for the. United States not later than January 15th. T. Rutledge, transacted business In town Tuesday. Geo. AA'. Oylear, county assessor, lias j NEW YORK STOCKS. Tori; , Fob. 1.--Irregular price changes marked tlio stock maikct oppnlnç here today. L nlted States Steel opened at 9ft, up American Smelting, 71^. upu Bethlehem B., 59, off 4,; Baltimore A; Ohio, 45, off >4; Tobacco Products, <<•>». up vi. (TRAT1C txÄÄitt. Chicago, Feb. I.—After a quiet open Ing, grain futures began to weaken in trading in tho Chicago hoard of trade today. Reports that the government has ceased buying barley and rye caused local pressure. Provisions were slightly low er. February corn, up at the opening, 125'.., was unchanged. March corn, higher at the opening, 122Ï». was 0 ff !iC. May corn, unchanged at the open ing, IIS'., was vi off. July corn, off at the opening, 114lost ?*c. February oats, down \i at the open ing, 7)378, gained *80. March oats, open ing late at 36 %, off V«, later lost V*o. May oats, off V» at the opening, 57, was down V*. July oats, unchanged at the opening, 55Vi, was down %. LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO Chicago, Feb. 1.—Hogs—Receipts, 2. 990; market firm anti higher; mixed, and butchers, X7.50@T7.T5; good to heavy, 16.50®, 17.40; rough heavy, 16.50 , fu 17.50; light, 12.50® 15.50; pigs, 15.75 Là : 16.50. Cattle — Receipts, 10,000; market higher; beeves lOfo'O- cows'and heif jors, 6.75@-14.2J; Stockers and' fenders, 5.75^/ 6.75; Texans, 7.7510.50* calves j 6.75C« 14.25; western steers, email@example.com' | Sheep--Receipt*. 500; market higher; j wool lambs, I2(q 16. | ' _ • OMAHA South Omaha. Feb. .'l.-Cattle-Ra L-eh.ls i ;:r. ■ „,...„1,.. ----- ,» . - OMAHA. South Omaha, Feb. 1.—Cattle—-Re ceipts, 135; market steady; steers, 12.; /"IS; cows and heifers. G.7r><jf12.50; Ltockers and feeders. 7.50^15: «lives, 7 | <$3 3.73; bulls and stags, 8@10. . Hogs-—Receipts 17,500; market steady Und closed weak; bulk of sales, 36.75li) j 17; top, 17.50. Slirep—Receipts, 100; market steady; yearlings, 01712.50; wethers, 8.50@11; iambs, 13(g;iö; ewes, 61/10.50. KANSAS CITY. Kansas City, Feb. 1—Cattle—Receipts 30IJ ' ,na, 'ket steady; steers, ISfl 19: cows and heifers, 6«|T3; stocker Ledeis, ' ^ f ' ' ' ' coBes. 7 47 14. Hogs—Receipts, 2800; market stron, llrdvj ' 11 >5<b 1 « -TO; and - heavy, 17.35(^/17.70; medium, li.."; light, :i6 90(h)17 95. • .7c-!P tS ' s,,0 > strong; „TT ' 5..... PORTLAND. Portland, Feb. ] --Gattie—Receipts, 3; tone <>f market, slower; best steers, firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice, 11'u 12.56;' medium to good. 9.50@11; common to fair, 7.50^7 .8.50; choice cows and heifers, 9.2530.25; good to choice, email@example.com; medium to good, 7.60# 8.50; fair to me dium, 5.75(ti0.75; eanners, 3.50@5; bulls, 6^9; calves, 9@13; Stockers and feed ers, 761 9. Hogs—Receipts, 230: market, slower; prime mixed, 36.80<tf , 37; medium mixed, 1.6.50c»/' 16.75; rough heavy, 15.40@16; hulk, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—Receipts. 7: market, slower; Prime lambs, 33.75^31.50; fair to me dium lambs, 9*1 ll; yearlings, 30*/11.50; wethers, 9*/10; ewes, 6*f8. PRODUCE. New A'ork, Feb. 1. T-'luur—Dull and nominal. Pbi'k Dull: mesa, 50. Lard Unsettled; middle west, spot, 23.20@ 25.9,0. Sugar—Quiet; centrifugal, 96 test. 7.28; refined, quiet; eutlnaf, 10.50; been attending a meeting culled by the governor of ail county assessors. U. 'A'- Biggs of Pleasant Ridge was a Middleton visitor Tuesday. A. S. Bliley and daughter, Mrs. AV. Mrs. Caroline Hunter of Sait Hake is visiting here this week with her father, S. I'. Baker a>,t wife. -Mr. limiter is in France. Mr. Rnmly of Payette transacted business in town Wednesday. Airs. Robinson, the superintendent of the chatauqua, arrived Thursday to assist with sale of tickets and final ar rangements for Hie Chautauqua next week, the will remain throughout the week. Tiie B. B. B. class and their friends were delightfully entertained by Rev. land Mrs. R. V. Ashmun Wednesday , night at the Baptist parsonage at a ! candy pull, (several of the returned soldier boys were present. Miss Paulino Garrison of Caldwell visited friends liera This week. Miss Garrison has been In the east the past two years teaching and has returned only recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rutledge and little daughter from Eagle were .visitors here Friday. Miss Alma Hall is spending Iho week end In Caldwell, the guest of .Mr. and Mrs. Harrington. UNCLE SAM TAKES HAND. Chicago, Feb. 1—James R. Monroe, of Bt. Louis, who several days ago startled the police by "confessing" to killing Miss Josephine McDonald, spinster, hero two weeks ago, today was la custody of the federal authori ties who will file charges of Mann act violations. Two days after Monroe's "confes sion", ho denied he killed the woman but as glibly told of other infractions of the law. tie probably will lace trial at Dubuque, Iowa. placed on priority list. 'Washington, Fob. 3.—The third, .sixth and eighth balloon companies and the 308th ammunition train have been placed on the priority list.. 1000 EASTERN TROOPS LAND. Newport News. Va., Feh. I.r-Tlie battleship New Jersey, bringing more tluin 1000 troops, men from l'ennsyl vania and Maryland, arrived this aft ernoon from France. crushed, 10.25; powdered, 9.15; Branu la tod, 9. Coffee -Rio N'n. 7, tlm spot, 1.55. Fallow Dull; city, 7*'4; special. 8 Vi* Huy—Quiet; primo No. 1, 1.60'if-1.63; No. 3, 1.30ran.40. Clover—1.10(Q)1.55. j Wisconsin and Minnesota, 1.50!■ i 1. POTATOES. Chicago, Feb. ]. f'niatoc LOCAL MARKETS. The. wholesale prices arc the prices paid by the dealer for the product quoted, except on creamery, cube huL t „ r an d ehe «... Livestock and Poultry. ; Steers, per cwt.................jlgdlO j t'hoiee hogs, per cwt........515(1115 59 j Medium hogs ..............*14.500:5 r. Heavy hogs ....................514.00 ! Mutton, per lb., lve weight......99rlOc j Hens, per lb.......................'.«2c i Bucks, live weight, per lb..........«o c j Geese, live weight, per lb..........ptc ! T «rkeys, live weight, per lb........2r„. Dressed turkeys, lb.......... 36c Spring chickens. !h............22@25c Wholesale quotations by Creamery Co.: Butter fat, per lh............. Milk for butter fat. per lb.... Ciearnerv butter, per lb....... Cheese, per lb................ Cube butter, per lb.......... Fresh ranch eggs, per ease... Retail Prices. Beets, per bunch ............ Carrots, per bunch .......... New Onions, per lb........... Lettuce, per head Mutual ----44e;b-ns. 30c .. $11.0 J Parsnips, per lb....... Celery, per bunch .... >Green onions, per buael Radishes ........... N ' ew cabbage, per lb... Rutabaga tvrnips, lb... I>ota,ors ' 19 lbs........ j^uash, per lb.......... 1, 1 0tat0CS * per cwt ....... :' l " sh egss ' ,,er (lo/ ..... t I'tamery butter, per lb. jRanch butter, per lb.,.., Graham flour. 24 lbs.... „"'iF!'®"!' ,SauU " Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack. .. .1214c ■ • .12'd>e Barley flour, 10 lbs..... Rye flour, 10 lbs........ Table bran, 10 lbs....... Whole wheat flour, 9-lb. sack. ,G5fe>75c Graham Hour, 9-lb sack........6541-75 10 lbs. corn flour........... Rolled oats, 10 lbs.......... Corn meal, 24 lbs........... Flour, high patent, per 4S-lb. sack ......................; Rico, per pound ............ Eastern lard, 10-lb. pail..........*2.90 Local lard. 10-lb. pail.............* FRUITS Apples, per box ......... POULTRY. Hens, per pound ........ sting chickens, per lb. _____10c ......5 C .....jOc . .5cüf0c ......3 C .....25o ....2 vî C / ____*2.00 ! an« • 60c#65c .....*1.50 ...'.*1.25 ..... &ÖC ......85c ...50c ......90c ......85c .. ... $1.50 2.65<8>3.50 . .l 2 Y s c . $3 #3.23 |Spring fryers, per lb... [Ducks, per lb.......... Rabbits, por lb... .....40c .....40c 40c .....85c I BISIP BF SI. PM Head of Des Moines Diocese * Appointed by Vatican to Im portant Post; Succeeds the Late Archbishop Ireland. Rome, Feb. 1.- Austin Dowling, bish op of Des Moines, has been named archbishop of St. Paul, succeeding the late John In land, it was officially an nounced today. Edmund Gibbons, rector of Ft. Ther esa's. Buffalo, was appointed bishop of Albany. Rev. \\ illiitm Turner, professor of Washington university, was appointed bishop of Buffalo. Rev. Dionlsius Kelley was appointed bishop of Grand Rapids. Rev. William Hickey was appointed titular bishop of Claudiopolls and bish op coadjutor of Provident e, with the right of succession. DES MOINES SEVEN YEARS. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 3.—Monsig nor Austin Dowling, bishop of tho Pe.' Moines diocese, appointed today U succeed Archbishop Ireland oi the hit Paul diocese ot the Rorn; church, has been head of the local dio cese for seven years. Archbishop Dowling was born In ■Xf\\ York city in 386s. and was or dained In 1891 at Providence, K. I. tholio , Iho appointment takes me entirely | by surprise," said Archbishop Dowling, j when informed by the Fnited Press of j his appointment. "I had no cxpecta- ! tions, no special Interest In the ap- j pcintment.. It is so surprising that l j would rather not talk about the mat - ; ter. However, I am pleased. I have I no Idea who will succeed me here." | FORMERLY EDITOR. Archbishop Dowling's first appoint ment was to Ft. John's seminary at Boston. Ma.ic. where he taught until ho was assigned as editor uf the Providence, It. t., Visitor. After three years as director of the ('atholki paper, Dowling was made di rector of the cathedral at Providence. He held that post until May, 1912, when he was appointed bishop of the Des Moines diocese. GERMANS DEFEAT POLES. Zurich, Feb. 1.— German troops have attacked tin Poles at several points along the east, rn frontier, capturing Grunthal, Wunshey and Gro.siamokli, according to dispatches received here today. ,Y great quantity of artillery and machine guns was seized. EAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE The Most Popular end Up- to- Osts Cefe in Celdwell. First Claie Soda Fountain. LLOYD MARDEN A DICK HOFMAN SPORT NEWS TO 9ET SUPER-BATTLE . Denver Sees r Stint Chtince to Stage WiUard-Dempsey Bout if Southern City Loses— Miske-Dempsey Clash Aban doned. Denver, Colo., Feb. 1. Fight piomol- s here believe it. is all •'framed" to hoM tho Willard-Dem; rey ohampion- Dbip battle Fourth of Julv in New Or- However, if a change in plans made Denver promoters vil icady to stage the bout here havln offline« ! Cc\ernor Shojp's tentative pprovaî. WON'T MEET MIS:<E. By H. C. HAMILTON, N 'v York, Feb. 1.-—Jack Dempsey, Probably will not meet Billy Misled in a 20-round bout nt New Orleans. Jack Kearns, manager for the heavyweight stal ' "'ho is being considered ns the (logical man to meet Jess Willard, de , ' 1 ;" |, ' i t,lr United Press today that x ''"' Orleans promoters have killed so much time and have handled things in /" ^ 1 Niggy way that he has decided 10 lpt ,hc hPUch die unless tho original '''Kreemeut is carried out. Kennte de 1 led he had received a message from Hi" New Orleans men telling him that unless lm immediately accepted terms offered nil terms would lie declared off hut the message wound up with the assertion that Tex Rickard was all wrong with that Willard stuff. Kearns came to the conclusion that, iho Louisiana club is dickering for tlio \\ iilard fight, and declined to even answer tlio telegram. "Chances are," ho said, "this Miske "oui will not be held. 1 am expecting to hear from Rickard any day with i regard to the big fight nnd the terms lie presents probably will make It lm-' possible fur Dempsey to do any fight ing before ho meets Willard.'' That and tlio attitude of the New Orleans promoters practically mal UNI cinch that Mike will'have to wait. lo Nt ' w York n« «i «tan' «« â»7th2rll 'Ueatrical tout* for which he has been ! guaranteed $25,000 fur a few weeks' work. Dempsey Is now on his way east lum ''i Laivi* City, where he went!. l ;, \v daj s ago to 3-isit his motlicr, |. tiio lias been ill. AVhen lie reaches i CHAMPION LEADS MEXICAN. Milwaukee, Fel). 1 - Auglo Kieck b citer t. - vi. y led Pierre M.-uipome, AI. xiean biliiardist, by only one point following the fifth block of play in tii.-li three cushion contest hi is» last nicht. Hast night's score was 54 to 5it, Sixty innings, favoring Kieekht-fer. I George Chip, Newcastle, Penn!, in a I brilliant ten round bout here last AWFUL FATE WAITS DAUBERT. New York. Feb. 1—If Jake Haubert withdraws his suit against Charles H. Lbbets for salary ho says is due him. he will ho rewarded bv being traded to Cincinnati for Shortstop Kopf and Outfielder Griffith, It was said hero today. CHIP EASY FOR GIBBONS. Duluth, Minn., Feb. 1.—Mike Gib bons, st. Paul boxer, clearly outpointed PLACED ON PROBATION FOR AUTO TINKERING; BOYS DENY ALLEGATION The juvenile court has placed on probation the three boys alleged to have been tinkering with the automo bil*- of Aubrey Green of Star; The court directs that two of them must ink - up their studies at school but tho third may continue to work if a per mit is secured from the .superinten dent of the high school. The boys deny the charge that they had any intention of appropriating the automobile. They declare they mere-* lv rat on it while smoking and that the mgine was running when they did so. They assert they were greatly sur prised when later an officer took them to the police station. Had they want ed to go joy riding, they claim, they codd have used an automobile that belonged to one of them. Probation Officer McConnell is of tho opinion they wan e not in the car for the pur p<>se of theft, hearing out their claims, Their names are Robert Folsom, Roy Proffer and Stanley Jones. - » «♦ NOW THAT THE Chicago, l eb. 3 -Fifty Austrians today were new American < ilizetis, th. first to bo naturalized here since Iho entry of tho country I- • v, r. Feme of them could hardly ■ ik l inylii-li but most of them In - : : P'd they believed America the "best country in the world." HUN IS LICKED. ■'ifty Germans and! THAT SOUTHERN DRAWL. Los Angeles, Feb. 1.—"He didn't like my southern drawl," was one of tho charges made by Mrs. Maurina O. Kim ball, formerly of'Memphis, Tenu., now wife of 1 humas L. Kimball, prominent in Pittsburg. Pa., iu a suit for divorce which : ho lias on file here today. (T.iaoPODY AND KLLUTROLYA IS'. Boom 312, Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm strong Adv. if. TOO L ATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED -Tricycle, ball bearitigs, first class order, small size. Phone 2577-J. F7 ---- I ION wanted by experienced bookkeeper-and office man; banking cspcrience; best of references. Box j 2487, Capital News. F5 TOO LATE TO OLA 88 IFY GALL that man Dick when selling furniture. He has a machine and will call promptly. Standard Ex change store, 12th and Main. Phono 898. tl tf ... ; I — —...... - .... wonderful Howard over draft the heater; twice the heat with half the i , furl. Radiates the heal to the floor; no heater made that will keep fire any longer. THE COMPANY STORK. 806-908 Idaho So. tl tf , - —_ _ __>Davis, tl tf i . J tu re call T45W. — —.. ■. ■ - ■ . — —■ - - - ; FOR SALE or will trade for good house .......... —— farm on bench near Fair Grounds Just the place for chickens. Plenty of pasture for two cows. Price $3700. Call 245 Sonna block. u F4 + ... X I-'i iR SALE—103 acres 04, mile from Meridian, on earline; all in cultiva tion, good water right, good terms. Write box 222, R. 1, or phone 9R2. tlF4c FINE suburban home of nine acres, good barn, deep living water well, eight room house. All tlio luxuries of a home in the city. For $6250; $2000 cash, balance terms. Phone 258-AY, Schooler Starling Agency, Overland, bldg. UK6 I WILL cash your liberty bond at New York price less $3.00 per hun dred tile day bond is received. Send them by registered mail, N. A. Hnn an, 245 Sonna Block Boise. tll'6 DR H. C. SPENCER, osteopath, will be in Meridian Monday, Wed., and i'li., nt Broadway hotel from 1 to 6 p. m. tIF2c __may FOR SALE, BARGAIN—Ford touring Rood ns now tire«* «d.tyh. ^ m u ■ nrca same size all niounu, extra wheel and tire; tiro carrier, shook absorber, both front nnd rear, cut-out, speedometer and full kit tools. Phone 270 or call at. Du Ford Auto Co. JGlc FOR SALE -One bed complete, $12; one 8x10 erex rug. $7. 1915 N. 11th st. F2o PLAIN sewing neatly done; children's clothes a specialty. 1912 X. llth st. FOR SALE -Good Jersey cows, arc milking-. Phone 263-R Meridian. F7c * *❖*♦>**** * •$> * •> CLEAN UP SALE. * IT 3 ' 9îi niilca southwcst * !•:* Boiae, li miles southeast of Merid- * ian, 3 miles south of Cloverdalo schoolhouse. *;♦ 12 head of cattle, 4 horses, farm *1* implements, household goods, 2 ♦> ?" e . 8 ' chkliens ' abu ' lt 20 tons ot * la '* ' |. *i* Usual terms of sale. Free lunch ❖ at nouu. Alvin Cobb F 2c RELIABLE party wishes to rent an im proved farm of 4U or 8w acres; cash or share basis. Address P. G. box No. 7 5, Boise, Ida. Phone 7S5-A1. FSc LOBT or strayed, gray colt on Dry ci« i k, brand P on left Jaw. Finder call 216 S. Util st. FTc FUR SALE - Eight ewt-s. Phone S4-J-5 i I —------- IIAV 1,,r s;lle; * ls delivered. Hooth, 807 Bannock st. *---—---- FOR 4ALE or trade, Poland China brood sow. Phone 15-R-l. F_ FOR BALE—Little pigs, Poland China boar, and surrey. N. B. Irish, Route 2, l'hone 27-R-3. F7 FOR iSALH—1 heavy dark oak mission library table, 2 drawers, cost $40, will i take $25 or will trade this for a light ; oak color. One oak mission flat top I office desk, cost $50, will take $30. I One. velvet Brussels carpet, co$t $75. ; will take $30. See Stamper at Grave's I real estate office, 9th and Idaho. F7 WANTED — Typewriter desk. See Stamper at Grave's real estate office. F7 IF your horses, cattle, hogs or sheep are • Ring their heads off, you can trade them for choice lots to W. T. Booth. 8uI Bannock st. F7 WANTED—Young lady to work in the drug store. Apply to the Red Cross Pharmacy. Pf SO ACRKÖ on main road south of Me ridian; house, granary, deep well, electricity. Owner, Box 2486, Capi Nt" f; »0 ACRES near Meridian; paid up Set tlers' water; fair improvements; lays fine; $175 per acre. Terms. \Y. T. Booth, 807 Bannock st. F7 FOR SADE —Holstein male calf. Price $5 Phone 20-R-2. FT F °. U SALK VounB fresh Jersey cow. HANOI I AND EQUIPMENT. 120 acres mar Caldwell; good house and barn; Artesian well; one cow, three good horses, harness and wag on, binder and other farm machinery. $18,000; half cash, or will take clear house in Boise, or farm In Saskatche wan, on first payment. \V. T. BOOTH, 807 Bannock St. F7 TO LEASE for a term of years, 3 grain and alfalfa ranches, also a good well imporved cattle ranch of 4<»0 acres, woven wire fenced with froo range. Address D. G. Ruby, Caldwell, Idaho. H. O. Day. Flu FOB SALE- One cockerel and 1 dozen Rhode Island Red pullets; choice slock; 2U choice New Zealand Red does. Reasonable prices. 1015 N. 16th st. Phono 1S27-W. F 2 FOR SALE Modern 5-room bungalow, small paymi nts down, balance to suit. Phone 144.7.1. tll'2 ■ -- -------— ■■■ ------ FOR SALE- Furniture in good condi lion. Jacobean rocker dining room set. 1206 N\ 5th st. Phone 1239-W. F2 LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. IDAHO STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, BOISE, IDA S' O. Thrre is delinquent upon the following described stock on account of the as sossment levied on the 12th day of De cernber, 1918, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: Stockholder' Name Bateman Bohrer, John .... ji.'repB, Nina Q. .. Gupp. Walter R.. Hester A.. Dunford, J . Emery. nunery, d. n...... Eichclborse»*. r. E. 115 « 1045 1204 470 11 so ...... 446 Flnr.ev, Win.....1152 Frei eli. C. s......115.1 Gardner. F. M.....1H54 Gary, John S..... 105 Gorton, !.. M......115s Higgs, Dr. L>. P... 276 Higgs, L>r. A. A...1159 Hansen, A. B..... 572 Jameson, ,1. C.....1163 Johnson, Chris . . 755 Johnston, \V. H...1165 Knights, 43..... 60 Knights. O. .H____ 6,34 16 Arn't Due fio.uo 21.50 20.00 43.50 38.50 4. 00 200.00 15.00 30.00 8.f>0 25.00 1.00 25.00 7.50 25.00 15.00 25.00 39.00 Knights, Lewis. Ed........1312 Liming, I». 0.....1173 Laugh ran. Grace..1171 19 ' 19.00 Lyons. 11. W.....1174 iy% 7.So Matthews, Samuel 1176 11.50 Perkins. Mrs. Sum ner O. ..........901 23 23.00 Pomeroy, IS. G...1179 77 7 7.00 Prescott, B. II.... 654 10 JC.OO Porter, E. M...... 405 10 10.00 Read, Carrie W...11S0 3Vi 3.50 Roberts, Blanche B. Gw in ........ 552 5 5.00 Sims. II. C.......1184 3.50 Shields. D. M..... 778 30 10.00 Seawcll, Ethel M..1182 3V4 3.50 Speer, W .J....... 49 25 25.00 Sullivan, R. A.... Ils« l\L 7.50 Vial, M. L........1188 3»£ 3.50 Wann, James H ...1136 7 Va 7.60 Worthingtin, Tlios. L...............1190 1 1.00' And, in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel of such stock, rs be necessary will be sold at the office of Idaho State Life Insurance Company, *'« the Empire building, Boise. Idaho, on the 9th day of February, 1919, at 2 o'clock, p. m., on such date to pay delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. GEO. B. WOOD. Secretary, Office, Empire Building, Boise, Idaho. Adv. F2 IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918 Intorurban Tim« Table Boisa Valley Traction'ComMfiy NORTHERN DIVISION Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton and Caldwell—7:00, 9:00, 11:00 a. m.; 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 6:00. 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 p. m. Lv. Boise for Duncan—8:00 •. m. and 6:10 p. m. Lv. Duncan for Boise—1:21 ^ m. and 6 35 p. m. SOUTHERN DIVISION. Lv. Boise for Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell—6:30, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00 a. 111.; 2:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, 9:00, 10:00, *11:00 p. in. * To Nampa only. Lv. Boise for McDermott—8:10, 10:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. Lv. McDermott for Boise—8:05, 10:55 a. m. and 5:55 p. m. Schedule subject to change with out notice. _ j/> THE K. F. NORTON CO., INC. 15th Ave. and Front St. NAMPA", IDAHO. PHONE 81 Dealers In Hides, Tallow, Pelts, Wool and Furs. Price list mailed to you upon request Try us with a shipment. » ! Pacific MEMBER National FEDERAL RESERVE Bank SYSTEM, CAPITAL $300,000.00 EVERSHARP PENCIL $1.00, $1.50. $2.00 and $3.00. J. T. LAUGHLINM 2 *:ain ft. Si 23 J Talking Machinas r '*sy Terms Buy them now; start tho payments In January. Columbias. Sonoras and Cheneys WILLIAM KRULL MUSIC HOUSE kOLDS Head or chest— are best treated "externally" 5 — Yrmv hnd\rdnQi«fi 1.1 ICKS VAP 0 RUB%. NEW PRICES—30c, 60c. $1.20 AMERICAN CAFE 709 MAIN ST. American and Chinese dishea. Noodles and C'hop-Suey our specialty. Mer chants' Lunch, short orders. Music and dancing. Open from 11 a. m. to I a. in HOTEL GRAND BOISE'S NEWEST HOTEL. Commercial Men's Headquarters— Most Attractive Do jby la tbe Stats. FRANK BLACKINQER, PROP. Strictly Modern. Popular Price*. THE BRISTOL. Boise's Popular Hotel. New end Str*ctl> Modern. POPULAK prices. DR. H. A. QALLEGLY.