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Nampa Agent
Rally wilson
OaldwaU Agent
Phon. 488-W.
Ph.n. 6-R-4, Bei..
Phon*. 482R or 36
Intensive Development Planned
at Golden Sickle Shafts Early
in Spring; Assay Shows Val
ues of $47 Per Ton.
Nampa, Feb. 10.—An unprecedented
era of mining activity is presaged for
the widely famed Silver City district
tli is year by the an noun cements of de
velopment work scheduled for the ear
ly spring months by the operating
companies. One of the promising prop
erties is that of the Golden Sickle Min
ing company which consists of a group
of seven mines. Extensive development
work is planned by their owners dur
ing the early spring. F. S. Kibbler of
this city, the manager of this group of
mines, states lie will continue to cut
(lie tunnel to cut the ledge. The work
of driving a crosscut tunnel will begin
not later than April 1. The ledge,
nearly three feet in width, which
crosses the property gives assay
values of over $47 to the ton, princi
pally in silver at and near the sur
face. A tunnel has been driven to in- ,
terscct 1 lie ledge at a vertical depth of
130 fret. The'' fare of this tunnel is
nfnv about 75 feet from the vein.
Mr. Kibbler proposes to continue the
tunnel to cut the ledge and he will
then have the men drift, both ways *«n
the ledge, expecting by sorting to se
cure shipping ore that can be profit
ably sent to the smelter. , Another vein
lying parallel and beyond this one is
nearly two feet wide at the surface, |
and from it an assay of *12 per ton
was secured. This vein will be pros
pected later after the extent and value
of the ore is demonstrated in the first
ledge. This group of mines lies m
proximity to the Delamar mines which
have yielded over $30,000,000.
Extensive work will also be done by
the Gilbert Mining company
w hielt !
ow ns several hundred acres of virgin j
plaeor ground on Jordan creek below i
the Delamar mill. An excellent dredge
has already been placed on the ground j
by the manager of this company and |
dredging will 1j<*
five miles.
done for a distance of 1
Middleton, Feb. 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Watts of Kuna visited Friday and
Saturday with Mrs. Watt's parents« Mr.
and Mrs. 1*. E. Tinyske.
Mrs. II. Jv Powers and $ . and Mrs.
F. u Chaney motored to Boise, Sat
urday I
Mrs. S. P. Baker, who was operated ;
on in a Boise hospital last Sunday, is
Mrs. A. J. McDonald and son are
driving the mail route during the ab
sence of C. 11. Burns.
Mjy and Mrs. W. A. Robinson .«re.
moving their household goods to Boise
this week.
A. S. Dyer moved Thursday to tho
Zimmerman ranch, which he recently
Mrs. Emma Fowler lias purchased a
n«*\v Dodge ear. She recently sold her
Maxwell to J. M. Stark.
Jf. Stark, deputy assessor, is in town
this week assessing the town lots.
Mrs. E. A. Christy has returned to
her home at Mnridnti. Kan., after
spending six months here with her son,
Ira Christy, and family.
Miss (»na J ladso.ll entertained at
dinner Friday evening in honor of her
house guest, Miss Flo Masteismi of
Boise. The Misses Margaret Lemon.
Krmil Spillman, Sihyle Sinyser, Flo
Messrs. G
and Kffio Stani y and
rge Bounds, Sam Chaney
and Samuel Foote were the guests.
Mr. ami Mrs. ('hartes Haukes of
Ca Id well were visitors in town Satur
ill is
Nampa. Feh. 10
Bloomfield who has
rapidly recovering.
W. R. Foie of Albany, ore., is «a
business visitor in the city.
Samuel Rnthchild of Boise, the rep
resentative of Hi«' Folk Wholesale
Grocery company, transacted business
in the city today. *
H. R. Jones of Pocatello is a visitor
in the city.
Mrs. f*. Ernst of Hailey is visiting
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M Hawley of Mel
ba visited in the city yesterday.
Judge G. T. Moore was a Caldwell
visitor today.
J. K. Pickett of Pocatello is a vis
itor in the •Ai ty.
Wayne Dawson of Albny, Ore., is
visiting in the city.
A. West of Pocatello is a business
visitor in the city.
Dr. 11. P. Ross was a business vis
itor to Caldwell today.
Fred K. Robinson spent today in
Mrs. E. J. Bee of Baker City, Ore.,
is visiting In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Bird Joyce of Wilder
visited in the city yesterday.
George E. Bode of Boise spent yes
terday in tho city. *
Louis Nettleton who has been in the
military service is visiting In the city
at tlie H. K. King home. He will en
ter tlie stale university at Moscow at
an early dnle.
Th« Mott Popular and Up-to-Data
Cofo in Caldwoll.
Pinrt Claio Soda Fountain.
Meridian, Feb. 10 .—Much interest Is
being manifested in this section in the
Western Dairy show which convened
in Boise today and the event will be
very largely attended by the dairying
men of this section who arc impressed
that the show will have a very bene
ficial effect upon the dairying indus
try of the Boise, valley and serve to
give it renewed impetus. Especially is
the Commercial club of Boise greatly
praised for landing the show for this
section which it is understood it did
at an expenditure of $1500. Farmers
declare that the course of the club in
exerting its efforts so strongly for ag
ricultural and dairying advancement is
bringing the city and the country
( loser together and that this cementing
of mutual interests is highly appreciat
ed by the farmers and can but he pro
ductive of good for both the city and
the country.
soldiers of the war
been terminated
Nampa, Feb. 10—Comihemoratlve of
Lincoln's birthday anniversary an
elaborate program is being prepared
for exercises to be held at the high
school auditorium in this city Wed
nesday afternoon under the auspices
of the senior and junior classes of that
institution. Featuring parts of the
extensive program which is to be
rendered will be addresses by Silas
Wilson in behalf of the G. A. K., Will
Adams in behalf of the Spanish war
veterans and* by Lieutenant Harold
Jen ness in behalf of the American
hieh has just
Meridian. Feb. 10—The store of the
Tolleth Mercantile company at this
place was burglarized sometime be
tween Saturday night and early yes
terday morning and a number of
mackinaws, several pairs ♦ »f men's
siloes and several pairs
shirts taken by the burglai
of men':
McDermott. Feb. 10—Dr. Maloney
and family who hove been visiting at
the McDermott home for some time
left Saturday for Portland.
Wm. Florence and T. H. McDor
mott attended the banquet of the.
Short Horn Breeders' association, Fri
day evening.
Mr. find Mrs. W. F. Downey, F. L.
Records and family and John Ayers,
attended the reception given in honor
M r.
«»f the returned 5
Friday ©ven
( ». V. Hebern
was a
Bpise visitor
Mr. and Mr*.
H. G.
Williams and
V. Fish back and
fa m i 1 y
spent Satur
day afternoon in Boise.
Rev. B. O. Knight and family and
Mrs. Carmen and Mr. and Mrs. Den
ver Headrick spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Walt.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Duncan spent
nt the c. 1). Kindred home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eolkins of
Boise were week-end visitors at the
O. V. Sehern home. I
Mr. and Mrs. U. F. Downey visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Joel Atkinson Sun
day afternoon.
Professor Fuller and son, .lames,
spent the wosK-cnd with Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. Downey.
Bark Drake and family of Melba
spent the week-end at the Wm.
Drake home.
Mr. Illingworth of the board of
county commissioners, was a business
visitor in this section Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Drake of
Peaceful Valley visited relations near
here the last of the week.
Arthur Powell received a fine reg
istered Guernsey calf from Wisconsin
last week.
Mrs. Horton was a Boise visitor
Sunday school was reorganized at
Fairview last Sunday with C. S. Ayers
re-elected superintendent and Denver
Headrick assistant
R pv - Knight filled the régulât ap
Point ment at Fairview Sunday rnorn
in *- ar ° vo, - v Fwrr >* to ,nse h,,U aS
pastor for the coming year.
The meetings will continue nt Fair
view this week. The people are mani
festing much interest in the work and
the attendance ami attention are
good each evening. The subject for
this evening i« the "Nature of Man.
M n 'ft se: v-„St.nGCT.RJFI
Mercian, Feb.
serving as a juror in Hie district court
in Boise this week.
ltev. Francis Look of Caldwell orou
pied tlie pulpit at tile local Christian
church last evening.
W. F. Turner was a Nampa visitor
Ford Walts spent yesterday in Hols».
T. If. McDermott was a business
visitor to Boiso today.
opal Peer and Joseph Williamson,
hoi ii Meridian boys, who have been
with the 346th field artillery of the
American arni v in France the past
year, arrived home yesterday.
Ttev. K. Mell occupied the pulpit
of tlie Christian church In Caldwell
yesterdn y.
1019 Main" St. Grand hotel Bldg.
Boise's newest and best cafe. Ameri
can and Chinese Dishes. Chop Suey
,nd Noodles a specialty. Finest chef
. 14 ... . . . „
!'" the city. Everything new and clean
| Service besL Open from G a. m. unt.l
1 a. m.
The annual meeting of the Boise
Valley Rheep Breeders* AsHocintLon will
bo held in the rity hall at Nampa on
Saturday, February 15th, 1919. at 1:30
p. m. f for Ihr purpose of electing offi
cers for the ensuing year. A full at
tendance is desired.
M. H. SKBKItN, President.*
Adv.—FI 3
Sayg Cream Applied in Nostril*
Open* Air Pasaage* Right Up.
Instant, relief—no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
lmssajrrs rf your head olrar and yon
can breathe freely. No more hawkinK.
enuffllnjr. blowing, headache, drS'neas.
No striiKslInr for breath at night;
your cold or catarrh disappear».
fîet a Kina 11 bottle of Kly's Cream
I-.nlm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
tlirt head, soothes the Inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
comes instantly.
It s Just flue. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a «"old or nasty catarrh. Adv.
, Mountain llom«». Fob. 10—Mrs. (.'has.
Pasco of Brunoau is visiting friends
in Mountain Home this work.
Mr. and Mrs. w. r. Argo have re
turned from Seattle whore Mr: Argo
has been employed at the shipyards.
Goo. V. Horniger of Seattle spent
Saturday in Mountain Home attend
ing to business affairs.
Rob Nafce of Boise transacted busi
ness in Mountain Homo Saturday.
Thou. Murray of San Francisco
spent a few clays in tbc city.
John Cox who is working at Jerome
is spending a few' days in Mountain
Home .visiting with his family.
J. ]T. Whitson is spending a few
days in Boise attending to business
F. E. Baker and Norm Davison are
special buninoss visitor« nt the capital.
\V. y. Wall or Suit Lake transacted j
^business in .Mountain Home this week,
M. L Fate spent Thursday In. town
from Grandview, looking after busi- j
Mrs. Harry Greebe is visiting friends
and relatives in Boise this week.
John Green of Bliss was in town a
few days this week lookln ; after busi
Ij. F. Pierre of Boise transacted
business in Mountain Home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Craig and
children came over from Bruncau on
special business Saturday.
Mike McFarney spent Friday and
Saturday in Mountain Home attend
ing to business from his ranch at
Joseph Krai of Grandview was a
business visitor Saturday.
Ed Goddard spent Friday in Boise
this week on business.
Chris Hendricks, manager of the
Weaver theater, was a business .visi
tor at tho capital city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bester McKibben who
have been visiting with Mrs. McKib
ben' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Daniels, for several weeks, have re
turned to their home in Emmett.
Mrs. E. C. Berg returned from Boise
a few days ago where she has been
for several days with Mr. Berg who
is in one nf the city hospitals re
ceiving medical treatment.
L'stiek, Fob. 10. -There
meeting for farmers at the Christian
church horn Tuesday evening at 7:30,
when Mr. Tucker, county farm ag«nt
and Mr. Neose, county club manager,
will address tbc audience oil different
phases of farm work. The achieve*
ment buttons will be awarded to tlie
children of this and other schools wno
have complied with the requirements
of the boys and girls club work. There
will be a musical program by local
talent consisting of piano «and vocal
solos; also music by tin* l.'stick orches
tra. Miss Bela Patel** will give a
reading. Everybody in this vicinity is
urged to attend.
'Plie Junior Red Cross lias received
their certificate and expect to under
take some soit of work along that
line soon.
John Yates left Sunday for Belgrade,
Mont., on a short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Dellard visited tho
Elmer Rose home in Boise Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Hart of Boise
visited the <\ l*. Mead home Sunday.
Preston Nicoles and Genevieve (di
ver were married Sunday nt the close
of the morning sen ice at the Baptist,
church by Rev. W. J. Agee. The happy
(roupie were given :i dinner by the
bride's parents. Mr. an« I Mrs. Bruce
Oliver, immediately after the ceremony!
and departed to their homo in Huston, j
where Mr. Nicoles is engaged in the j
general merchandise business.
Mrs. A. 1*. Swanson Is confined to
her bed with influenza. !
Mrs. C. P. Mend Is Sl*me hotter of;
neuritis from which she has been suf- j
ferlng for several days.
Mr. .and Mrs. James Mead of Apple-j
ton City. 31 o.: are guests or Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Smith. |
* Miss Loren* Morgan of Applet >n
f'ity. Mo., is a guest, of Mrs. John
Y «a tes.
Dr. Kins*'« New Discovery
relieves them and keep
you going on the job
Fifty continuous years of almost
unfailing cheeking nr.«I relieving coughs,
colds and kindred sufferings is the
Ê roud achievement of Dr. King's New
Grandparents, fathers, mothers, the
kiddies — all have used and are using
It as the safest, surest, most pleasant*
to-take remedy they know of.
Sold by all druggists. 60c and $1.20.
Keep Bowels Oa Schedule
Late, retarded functioning throw*
the whole day's duties out of gear.
Keep the system cleansed, the appe
tite lively, the stomach staunch with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Mild and
tonic in action. Sold everywhere, 25c.
Live news in a live
paper—Capital News
New îork. Feh, 10.—Prices were
fractionally higher at the opening of
the stock market todav u s steel
opened at SSL. up Mexican Pete,
ltm'.j. up Vi; Htudebakcr, 49 "*, off \
American Smelting, 63 . up u*«
leltem Steel It, „„ „„VM.-niue
preferred, S4 '•» , up i;,
< hicago. I-Vh. J ft After a derliue at
the opening, caused by In,-reused re
ceipls, corn futures on the Chicago
hoard of trade today strengthened and
made a moderate recovery.
Commission homo s had grain for
sale in quantities. In the rally shorts
cnered for profit. Provisions were,
February corn, nrr j at ligu at iho
opening, gained L. March 4-orn, L
.lower at 11S, the opening, sold at
1 1 7 ■ May corn, down at the open
ing. 111%. later- gained %. July corn,
down '/i, at 10S, the opening, was up
'V y
February oats, off at 55,
opening, was % higher. March i
opening at 55, down •%, went
higher. July oats, down •%, at 53%,
opening, gained %.
Chicago, III., Feb. 10— Hogs-—Re
ceipts, 38,000. Market lOfy 1 5 c higher.
Mixed and butchers. 17.856fil8.10;
rough heavy, 17.35fy 17.80; light, 15.5Ufy>
17.25; pigs, 16.23 (T/j 16.75.
Cattle — Receipts, 29,000. Market
|„ wor . Breves. 10.65 3,20.25; cows ami
heifers, 6.-75», 14.73; Mockers and
feelers, 5.50», 6.75; Texans, 84,14.50;
Lalves. 0.751, 14.75; western steers,
i&c?v>] 5.50.
Sheep — Receipts, 16.000. Market
higher. Hambs, 12.15fyT7.35; ewes,
5.50fy 11.40.
Kansas City, Feb. 10.— ('attic—Re
ceipts, 15,000; market, steady. Steers,
$18.00^19.00; cows and heifers, $7.000*
14 . 00 ; stockers nnd feeders, $7.30(1#
16.00; calves, $7.00^14.00.
Hogs—Receipts, 16,000;
steady. Heavy, $17.00fy'17.5i
$14.33fyl ».6.*; light, $1 i.30fyl <.65. I
Sheep Receipts, 5000; market, 5fy !
10c higher. Bamhs, $15.50fy l6.73; ewes, (
$8.00^10.50; stockers and feeders,'$8.00 i
innrkd, -
South Omaha, Feb. 10—Cattle—-Re
ceipts, 10,000. Market Steady to easier.
Steers, 13.75fyT8; cows and heifers,
6fy 14 ; stockers and feeders, 8fy'15.25 ;
calves, 7fy 13.73; bulls and stags, 9.25fy
11 . 00 .
Hogs — Receipts, 16,800. Market j
steady to a shade higher. Bulk of
Sheep—Receipts, 9500. Market 15 f ji
sales. 16.90 fy 17.25; top, 17.50.
25c higher. Yearlings, 9(811.50; owes,
6fy 11.50
Portland, Fob. 10.—Cattle— Receipt
901; tone of market, steady. Best I
steers, $12.75fy 13.50; good to choice.
$11.50fy 12.75; medium t«» good. $9.75 ft'
11.50; common to fair, $7.75 oi 8.50;
choice cows and heifers, $9.25fy 10.25;
good t«ï choice, $8.75fy>9.7r. ; medium to
good, $7.50fy S.30; fair to medium, $5.75
fyf6.75; tanners, $3.50fy'5.00; bulls, $ 6.00
fy 7.00; calves, $9.00friT3.50; stockers
and feeders, $7.00#11.00.
Hogs—Receipts. 2631; market,
steady. Prime mixed, SI 6.23'»i 16.4ft;
medium mixed, $16.00^(16.25; rough,
heavy, $14.25*/ 15.00; bulk, $ 12.00fy 1 4.00.
Sheep—Receipts, 261; market, steady.
Prime lambs, $13.73#14.25; fair to me
dium lambs, $9.00*/11.00; yearlings.
$10.00 (f/T 1.00; wethers, $9. no fy 10.00;
ewes, $5.50fy 6.00.
j New York. Fob. 10. Hay
Prime No. 1, $1.1«**/ 1.5ft; No.
*/ i.2ft; clover ,95c*/$1.35.
! ------
New York, Feb. 10.—Flour
Bard—Strong. Middle west,
$24. 20<ö 24.30.
Sugar Firm. Centrifugal, 96 test,
$7.28; refined. $lo.50; crushed. $10.25;
powdered, $9.13; granulated, $9.00
Tallow Steady. City, 7*%«'; special,
8 Vic.
-Stead v.
3, $.105
Pointoos. 361« oar;
Wisconsin and Minnesota, $ 1.70<f« 1.85
The* wholesale prices are the prie#»
paid by the dealt r for the product
quoted, except on creamery, cube biB
1er and cheese.
Livestock and Poultry.
Cows per cwt ..................6.50v/ R
.Steer«, per cwt.................$8(ffl0
( 'holte bogs, per cwt........$15(^)15.50
Medium hogg ..............$14.506* 15
Heavy lu gs ....................114.00
Mutton, per lb., lve weight......9010c
lrtülu« ski mis sworn] In (ho United Slates for ils i lean Manhood, ac
cording to tho Official Statement from tlir office of The Adjutant Gen
eral In Washington, and why is such the case .' Because we have treated
successfully u great number of men Inducted and these have passed tho
physical lest nnd have bcesi found suffering with no venereal disease.
We have done our bit in tho war as wo have placed fighters on tlie sea
and on the land to make 'The World Safe for Democracy."
We treat and eradicate Acute and Private Diseases of Mon and
Women as well as Skin nnd Blood disorders. Tlie Old Standing Bladder
and Prostatlc troubles of men as well as those who by abuses or ex
cesses have lost that ambition essential to virile manhood.
Our results speak for themselves and by the report sent out wo have
been weighed in tlie balance and found that we have delivered the goods.
Consultation free and invited. Every!lung in strictest confidence
6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 Odd Fellows' Bldg.
Boise, Idaho.
Pape's Diapepsin Instantly Re
lieves Any Distressed, Up
set Stomach.
l.umps of undigested food causing
pain. When your stomach Is acid,
gassy, sour, or you have flatulence,
heartburn, here is instant relief—no
Just as soon as* you eat a tablet or 1
two of Pape's Diapepsin all that dys
pepsia, indigestion and stomach dis
tress ends. These pleasant, harmless
tablets of Pape's Diapepsin never fail >
to make sick, upset stomachs feel flu.'
at once, and they cost very little at :
drug stores. Adv.
liens, per lb.................
Ducks, live weight, per lb...
Geese, live weight, per lb...
Turkeys, live weight, per lb.
Spring chickens, lb......
Buckwheat. 5-lb. sack...
Buckwheat, 10-lh. sack..
Barley nou|% 10 lba .....
ny C Hour, 10 lbs........
Wholesale quotations by Mutual
Creamery Co.:
Butter fat, per lb...................44c
Milk for butter fat, per lb.........f.4c
Creamery butter, per lb...........45c.
Cube butter, per lb..............43c
Fresh ranch eggs, per case $9.50fyTO.no
Retail Prices.
Beets, per bunch ...............12\£c
Carrots, per bunch ..............12V£c
New Unions, per lb..................4c
Lettuce, per head ......13c, 2 for 25c
Parsnips, per lb....................3c
Celery, per bunch .............5(QT0c
Green onions, per bunch............5c
Radishes .......................10c
New cabbage, per lb............5cfy>6c
Rutabaga U'rnlps, lb.....
Potatoes, 10 lbs..........
Squash, per lb...........
Potatoes, per cwt.........
Fresh eggs, per doz......
Creamery butter, per'lb.
R ancll butter, per lb.....
uraham Hour, 24 lbs......
Rabbits, per lb
Table bran, 10 lbs.......
Wholew heat flour, 9-lb. sack. .65#75c
Graham flour, 9-lb sack........ 65#7ö3
10 lbs. corn flour................90c
Rolled oats, 10 lbs.................85c
Corn meal, 24 lbs................$1.50
Flour, high patent, per 48-lb.
sack ......................$2.65^3.50
Rice, per pound ............
Eastern lard, 10 -lh. puil....
Local lard, 10-lb. pail.......
Apples, per box [email protected]>3.25
Hens, per pound ..................37c
Roasting chickens, per lb..........40c
Spring fryers, per lb..............40c
Regular hams, per lb...............38c
.... 12 Vic
. ...J2.Ü0I
New York, Feb. 10. -I nfilled steel
tonnage of the • United States Steel
corporation on January 31 was 6.6.S4,
268, it was announced today, compared
with 7,379,152 on December 31, 1918.
24 and 25 are the telephone numbers
of The Capital News. tf
IS . Room 312, Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm
strong. Adv. «f.
{CALL that man
80 ACRES improved by house, barn,
fence, 65 acres in alfalfa and grain
land, 8 acres more ready for spring;
3 12 miles fron» railroad station; V 2
mile from school, and % mile from
a good store; good soil; will exchange
for livestock or good Boise property,
or sell cheap on terms. Owner com
pelled to give entire attention to bus
iness in the city. Schooler-Starling
Agency, 324 Overland bldg. tlFlO
Dick when selling
furniture. He has a machine and
will call promptly. Standard Ex
change store, 12th and Main. Phono
S*8. tl tf
WHEN you want to aell your furnl
ture call T48W. ti tf
FOR SALK—Fresh cretimery butleo
4 7o per lb. Skim milk at ]5c per
(talion. Boise loo Cream Co., 007
Bannock. FX3
LIBERTY BONDS—If you have one to
soll, lall or write N. A. Hunan. 245
Sonna Block, Boise. tl—tf
There will be a regular monthly sale in
Star at Dr. Kinney's yards on Fob. 14,
and once a month thereafter. There
is a nice lino of dairy rows listed
for the sale; also some g««od horses
and miscellaneous articles. Every
body come. Bring what you have to
sell. It is everybody's sale. Bring
jour stuff and list it at tho barn.
GOB. ARNOLD, Auctioneer. FlOc
The Idaho Technical Institute desires
to receive sealed bids on any part of
or all of the following described build
ing and equipment. These bids will be
opened at Jlic office of the president
of the Idaho Technical Institute, Po
catello, at 2 o'clock p. in. Friday, Feb
ruary 21. The Technical Institute re
serves the right to reject any or all
bids. Bids must be accompanied by cer
lified check in the amount of one-|
tenth of bid offered.
Auto Mechanic Building.
Frame one story building , double I
Walls, 50x122 ft., cement floor with ;
healing plant in basement consisting j
of sletim boiler, ideal sectional, 30 in.
« sections with 2625 sq. ft. of heating '
service and 800 feet radiation. Four j
lavatories and two toilets w ith approx
imately 500 feet sewer pipe, 4-lneh ;
clay, water connection of approximate
ly 20 ft feet one-half inch galv. pipe. ;
Building to be removed and ground to
leveled to condition prior to Hie
erection of the building.
1 No. 32 blow torch.
2 3 Square »«Tapers.
1 Garage lamp.
1 Valve lifter.
2 Sets hearing scraper*.
1 Buckeye motor stand.
1 Only 2x4 portable c.vl. boring bar
and fixtures, complete.
40 Sets tool kit« in rolls.
1 No. x 4 3 phase belted Curtis Air
co \ nr ' , ^ vr °' lUit ;
-O-xon Pav
aver press.
1 2\4 Boring bar, capacity 3Ux7 in.
I 10-Tnch Stillson wrench.
1 14-Inch Stillson wrench.
2 Ehern motor work benches.
1 Ehern motor stand.
1 No. 245 Starrett s gauge.
6 '« Galv. couplings.
6 Galv. couplings.
6 Vh Galv. elbows.
6 % Galv. elbows.
6 Galv. elbows.
6 fix 1 * Galv. bushings.
6 %x\i Galv. bushings.
6 i£x% Galv. bushings.
6 •>*xfa Galv. bushings.
6 lx*J4 Galv. bushings.
6 »fc Black floor flanges.
6Vi Black floor flanges.
6 «i Black floor flanges.
6 1 Black floor flanges.
6 2 in. Black floor flanges.
2 2in. Standard flange unions.
6 I*x 1 * Black bushings.
6 •\x , 4 Black bushings.
6 B Galv. caps.
6 1 4 Galv. street ells.
6 V a Galv. street ells.
6 Vis Galv. crosses.
6 Galv. crosses.
6 No. 1 Galv. crosses.
2 2 in. Galv. crosses.
6 V4 Galv. lees.
6 V\ Galv. tees.
6 •% Galv. tees.
6 G Black plugs.
j 1 3 in. fa op. 24x113 .16 crown face
; S p| it wood pnllov.
L 3 in [,- ai . e No. 23 Dia. by 3% In.
[crown split wood pullcy.
Grnnrl Hnpids Universal srinder,
No. 2 with 8 assorted wheels.
1 Madison cylinder grinding ma
3 Only Byron/* fire extinguishers,
nioklo with brackets.
1 No. 3 3-arm (.'ran« wheel puller.
1 No. 1000 Weaver auto hoist.
6 No. 382 bearing scrapers.
6 R Galv. couplings.
6 > 2 In. Galv. couplings.
6 \ Galv. couplings.
6 1 in. Galv. couplings.
6 2 in. Galv. couplings.
6 I* in. black elbows.
6 \ in. Black elbows.
6 :i n in. Black elbows.
6 *2 in. Black elbows.
6 \ In. Black elbows.
6 1 in. Black elbow s.
6 2 in. Black elbows.
6 R Galv. couplings.
6 % in. Galv. couplings.
6 1 in. Galv. couplings.
1 No. 71 Blowers «fc Forge with coal
ta nk.
1 1 Ox lx Carbo wheel.
1 lOxlVfcx^i Carbo wheel.
3 4 in. Champion screw driver*.
*3 6-in. Champion screw driver*.
2 8-in. Champion screw* driver*.
3 3-in. Champion screw drivers.
1 No. 125 in. Exp. reamers.
1 No. 125 5-16 in. Exp. reamer*.
1 No 125 7-16 in. Exp. reamer*.
I No. 125 b» in. Exp. reamers.
1 No. 125 9- 16 in. Exp. reamer*.
1 No. 125 *■% In. Exp. reamers.
1 No. 125 11-16 Exp. reamers.
1 No. 125 \ in. Exp. reamers.
1 Set No. 30 Walden garage service
6 No. 818 Tool boxes.
6 No. 1 Standard creeper*.
1 Comb measuring funnel,
t Gasoline measuring funnel.
1 Chanl jack.
I Weaver jack. 1
2 m Simplex jacks.
1 Auto washer.
1 Screw driver.
2 Screw drivers.
2 Screw drivers.
2 Tiro tools.
1 Set carbon scrapers.
1 Tire tool.
6 2 In. Galv. ells.
6 % in. Black Ts.
6 « 4 in. Black T».
6 \ in. Black Ts.
6 R. in. Black Ts.
6 1 in. Black Ts.
6 2 in. Black Ts.
6 M in. Black street ells.
6 a it in. Bl*ack street ells. ^
6 in. Black street ell*.
6 \ in. Black street ells.
6 g in. Galv. unions.
6 % in. Galv. unions.
6 1 in. Galv. unions.
6 2 in. Galv. unions. •
6 in. Black plug*.
6 in. Black plugs.
6 1 a in. Black plugs.
6 % in. Black plugs.
6 1 in. Black plugs.
6 2 in. Black plugs.
6 E. wrenches.
12 E. Wrenches.
1 Set No. 12 W. socket wrench.
1 Garage service set.
1 Walden wrench.
1 Majestic range, 3 23 in. oven, smoke
1 Variable condenser.
1 Wave meter.
V Rhumikorff co^l 1 In.
1 Universal detector stand.
1 Patentiometer slide.
3 "V" Ray lamps.
1 Rilverbegm lamp.
1 ('odophone.
1 Omnigraph,
10 "V" Ray bulbs.
21 .nos M. C. F. condenser«.
17 Itadlotones.
13 Head bands.
IS Head cords.
10 Black keys.
5 Combination key and sounder.
2 Combination key and sounder.
K Watch case buzscrs.
3 Keys.
3 Lamp sockets, cord, keys.
2 Wall galvanometers, Leeds
1 A. C. Ammeter 0-1 Hoyt.
1 A. C. Ammeter 0-2 Hoyt.
1 A. C. Ammeter 0-5 Hoyt.
1 D. ('. Voltmeter 3V Weston.
1 f>. <\ Voltmeter 15V Weston.
1 D. C. Ammeter 1.5 amp* Weston.
3 D. C. Ammeter 2 amp* We*ton.
1 D. ('. Ammeter 4 amps Weston.
1 D. ('. Ammeter 5 amps Weston
1 Wattmeter 0-500 watt* Weston.
1 !).('. Ammeter 12 amps Weston.
2 D. ('. Ammeters 5 amps Westo*.
1 Power factor meter, Weston.
1 Frequency meter, Frahtn.
1 A. G. Voltmeter 0-75V Weston.
1 A. G. Voltmeter 0-30V Weston.
1 A. r*. Voltmeter 0-125V Weston. #
1 A. C. Ammeter 0-1 amp Weston.
1 A. C. Ammeter 010 amp Weston.
1 Voltmeter.
1 Extra coil.
1 Ammeter.
1 Shunt.
1 Voltmeter.
1 Ammeter.
1 Voltmeter.
1 Ammeter.
I Sq. ft. hard rubber sheet H in
*10 Magots.
12 Compasses, l ft mm.
1 Wheatstone bridge.
1 Galvanometer.
8 Ft. Oalvanom. Su&p. Rib.
3 Ft. Ditto.
2 Thermometer* 10 to loOnC.
3 Resistance Spin. 10 ohms.
3 Resistance Spls. 50 ohms.
3 Resistance Rpls. 100 ohms.
3 Resistance Spls. 500 ohm*.
3 Resistance Spls. 6000 ohms.
6 Switches, 4 point.
2 Resistance boxes.
1 Resistance box.
2 Galvanometers.
2 Carbon cylinder battery complet«
5 Fuller battery complete.
2 Zincs.
6 Porous cup*.
2 Crowfoot battery complete.
2 Telegraph keys. /
2 Telegraph pony relay*.
I Repair kit complete.
1 Resistance box.
1 Weston voltmeter 0-15 model 45.
1 Lb. Copper ma get wire D. C. C.
No. 28.
1 Wheatsones bridge
10 Fuller -battery improved
2 Cnil» for current induction
1 Resistance box
1 Rheostat No. 1.
1 Rheostat No. 2.
1 Rheostat No. 4.
1 Rheostat No. 8.
4 ft 7. Fuse Wire amp.
8 07. Fuse Wire lamp.
8 Oz. Fuse Wire 2 amp.
8 Oz. Fuse Wire 5 amp.
1 Galvanometer.
1% Voltmeter, ft-5.
2 Galvanometers.
48 Binding posts.
24 Connectors.
24 Connectors Tip*.
1 Daryl el battery.
J2 Porous cups.
12 Glajs jars, 6x8 In.
1 Telegraph key.
1 Rheostat, No. 16. 8 amp,
4 ozs. G. S. wire, No. 30, D. C. C
2 Carving knives.
1 Steel.
1 Doz. kitchen knives.
3 Doz, brooms.
3 Doz. dust pans.
9 Doz. oyster glove nappies.
17 Doz. 3-in. nappies. %
16 2-3 Doz. Heavy war« cups with
out handles.
6 Doz. butterfly toilet paptr.
2 Meat boards.
2 Four gal. stone jars.
9 Janitor mop pails.
24 Handy mops.
24 30 Gan mop stick*.
4 No. 4 Coro mats.
2 No. 3 Galv. tubs.
2 Galv. fire shovels.
1 No. 1 ft Steel skillet*.
2 No. 4 7 Fry pans.
2 Perfection fcraters. •
3 Soup ladles.
2 Doz. Royal cuspidor*.
4 No. 13 flour cans.
2 Coal shovels.
2 Galv. coal hods.
1 24-in. Butcher saw.
2 Red Top handled saw*.
12 Pyrene brass fir« extinguishers
6 Forges spoon«.
4 16 Quart galv. mul« pail*.
I Family scales.
1 Meat block.
1 .Soup StOCiC pot.
3 Soup stock pots, smaller si*«.
3 Soup stock pots, smaller sue.
10 Ash cans.
1 Cullender.
1 Cullender, larger size,
2 Food choppers.
2 Skimmer.*».
2 Cake turner*.
4 Granite dipper*.
78 Small pudding pan*.
20 Oblong trays.
20 6-qt. pitchers.
2 Flesh forks.
2 30-quart dish pans.
2 20-quart dish pans, better quality
1 Shaker and flour sifter.
2 Pokers.
6 Peerless ran opener*.
3 Janitor Eagle mop pad*.
1 Cleaver.
2 Doz. kitchen forks.
2 12" Knives.
2 8" Knives.
2 10 ,f Butcher knives.
2 12" Butcher knives.
2 6" Butcher knives.
2 Car vine knives.
1 Steel.
1 Doz. kitchen knives.
3 Doz. brooms.
3 Doz. dust pans.
9 Doz. oyster glove nappies.
17 Doz. 3* nappies.
16-2-5 Doz. heavy war« cup* with*
out handles.
Acting President.
Date of first publication, Feb. 10,
Date of last publication, Feb. 19,
1919a . ~
M W F S FI 9.
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