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JMETÏ-FIHST, THE
"WIUI WIT,
Governor Davis Informed Pâm
ons Fighting Machine Must
Bo Ready to Embark on
March 1.
IDAHO BOYS ARE INCLUDED;
Many of Its Members Have
Been Deoorated for Distin
guished Acts of Heroism and
Bravery on Field of Battle.
di
ming.
Ykt Ninety-first or * Wild \V
Vision" ns it has been designate
tnining Idaho troops ns well i\
from the states of Utah, \V>
Montana, Washington. Oregon, Uali
fornia and Nevada, is coming home.
Many or the members of this famous
fighting unit have been decorated for
distinguished heroism on the field of
battle.
Writing
JO
luvorno
• I»
»vis If
g.a i d -
Ing the movetn
ents of
the
it i Visio
» and
its future
1 - 1 «
is. M«jc
>r «
t* neral
Wile
limn 11. Johnson, conn
Kill»
ling, s
*ys in
part:
"Since I?
y 1
Her to
of X
>v. 30
announcing
th
it the
Nin
*t y-fir
i.l. di
vision had
!><•»
n dcsig
»a to
d as »
ne 4»f
30 comboj
div
«ions t
» rc
main
ii the
American
•xp<
dhion.'u
y f
jrc.es,
t bn.
marched fi
OIU
the S» h
hit
river
I. the
vicinity of
i >u
ikirk, !•
rn n
*»*, ren
a ined
there thuen
we
eks, aw
•»ill
car
>. and
then inox»*
1 1»
mil t
• 11
»* Am
•lien n
embarks ti<
n »
enter, l
on r
Le
Mans.
about one
lumlred ini
es
Tollt llVV
e.st of
Paris.
"It ha«
bee
l bill» t
Ml
n this
area
since Jan.
1, 5
ml und
>rgr
ing tr
« ining
similar to
hat
•«1 when i
first
reached Fi
a no
\ Ne\
»
lothin^
has
been issue»
. a
lent ion
1 Hilft M
8 has
been »level
• pod, nnd
som
o for
n of
a iniisenicnt
1*»
o\ided
in
Host
f 1 lie
villages e
»oh
night.
N
early
every
company 1
us
been nt
Ip
o pm
ide ii
vnrm pint
o ii
which
11m
"i"
can
ffn.tbcr nt night for rending or wjit
\ ing. Using talent from tlm ranks,
I smi Norm,* furnished by tin* V. M. A.,
the division lias three theatrical
troupes, which spend their time visit
ing the villages in which ils men nre
j billeted. A roml\i nation of ilic.se
troupes rendered Its initial perform
! a nee an the evening of .Tan. 27, In
honor of General Pershing'» visit.
MANY DECORATIONS,
"The coniÿiH nd< r in ehiof. General
Pershing, inspect • <1 and reviewed the
division, in this area. .Ian. "7. lie com
plemented the division on the fine ap
pearance of its men, and expressed
pleasure on hearing of the small de
gree of sickness, and almost complete
absence of vice. - Me personally pre
sented the congressional medal of
honor to two sergeants, and about SO
distinguished service crosses to offi
cers and men
a wardc
action.
rho
tlx
d fo;
1 been
ism in
vet re tu I
will be f.
tion, a bo
it 12
Uraordinary 1
e more of these crosses
for men who had not
■oui the hospital. They
led. Before this decora
or 15 distinguished sor
'd to
as
the commander in
be present.
"The American decors
received in this division
medals of honor, one
service medal nnd 155
f was unable tc
ions, thus far
onsist of two
distinguished
distinguished
mice crosses. The Belgian govern
DON'T HAVE
GRAY HAIR
It's Easy to look Young and
Fascinating by Use of
"La Creole"
*
••la Creole has made me
look Ji years younger
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eappfd socially by gray or
fed«* hair. Every woman
owes It Jo herself to look her
best and avoid the appearance
of coming age. Gray, streak
ed with gray, or faded hair
make* many a woman look
old bofore her time, end gray
btlr Is so very unnecessary.
LA CREOLE Hair Dressing
Is th# most popular Hair Color
Restorer in use among society
Men and 'Women of America
today, 'It is a safe, delightful toilet prep
aration which uniformly restores gray,
atrsaked with gray, or faded hair to Its
youthful beauty and lustre.
LA CREOLE Hair Dressing will not
stsia the scalp, wash or rub off. or leay
the hair with....... ...
ance. You t
combing or brus)
before retiring,
light you surprisingly
LA CREOLE is sold by Joy Drug Co,
and all good drug stores and toilet count
ers swjwhers. Price $1.00__Adv.
Keep Your y
Hair Young
Do not allow premature grayness
to rob your hair of its soft, dark,
youthful lustre and beauty. Gray
or faded hair deadens the most
perfect complexion—makes you
look older than you really are.
Preserve its natural charm and
loveliness by means of a few sim
pic, harmléss treatments with
Qbsrtv
Hair Color Restorer
It bring* back the dark, natural shade to
hair that is gray, faded or streaked with
gray. Renew* it* lustre — revives and
stimulates growth—stops the hair from
falling out.
Absolutely not a dye,and will not stain
the scalp. Restore* the colot gradually
and uniformly by a perfectly natural
process. Docs not rub off or interfere
with shampooing or waving the hair.
For Hair Health and Deautff
Q-han Toilet and Shampoo Soap $ .25
Q-ban Liquid Shampoo - - .50
Q-ban Hair Tonic - $ .50—1.00
Q-ban Hair Color Restorer - .75
Q-ban Depilatory . - - .75
For sale at all drug flores and
wherever toilet goads are sold
Manuftcrured by
Hesstg-Ellis, Chemists, Memphis* Tcnn.
ment awarded, and a lieutenant gen
eral of the Belgian army presented
with the approval of the commander
in chief, the Belgian croix de guerre
to 157» officers and men of this di
vision. before it left Belgium. Major
General Dcgouttec, commanding the
Sixth French army, recommended
award of the French croix de gue
to 200 other officers and men of the
division. Presentation of these i3
awaiting approval of the commander
in chief. Considering the care with
which the distinguished service cuoss
awarded by the president, the r
old of this division is very creditable.
f Inc lose a copy of* the general or
dre officially recognizing the name:
''Wild West Division," by which this
division was familiarly known
Camp Lewis; announcing the reason
why the divisional emblem, a green
fir tree, worn on the left shoulder et
each officer and man, was selected
and reasons for adoption of the di
vision motto.
"Since arrival in this area, this di
vision has been designated for return
to the United States, the latest, date
at which it must be ready for embark
ation bring March 1.
"I furnish you the above informa
tion, fearing that r/v previous letter,
since it has been published, may have
given the people of your state the im
.Ipression that the division was to re
main permanently in Europe. I be
lieve the policy of the president, and
I know the desire of General Persh
ing. is to return all the forces to the
United Mates as soon ns the supply
of shipping makes such transfer pos
sible."
FUNERAL SUPPLIES.
McBrntticy & Co. carry in stock tha
very best »>f funeral furnishings nnd
sell them at reasonable prices. Only
undertakers in Boise who own an auto
heayse, therefore. Independent. Prie«
of hearse in city, $7.—Adv. tf
HOLIDAY HOURS AT POST
OFFICE SATURDAY, FEB. 22
Saturday be inn
dny, the regular
Boise postoffice
general delivery
Washington's birth
holiday hours nt the
vill be observed. The
nnd stamp window
will be open from 10 to 11 n. m. City
and rural carriers will serve their pa
trons. who call for their mail at the
postofflcc between the hours of 10 and
11 n. m. The collector will make an
evening collection. 4
OFF COMES CORN
IN ONE PIECE
"Gets-lt" Leaves Toe As Smooth A*
tho Palm of Your Hand.
There * only one corn remedy In the
wofld that peel# corns and calluses off
Ilk* a banana peel, and that's "Gets-lt.''
For walkers and slanders, for shoppers
Pu« t drops of "Gets-IP' on, and smllst
snd dancers, there's Immediate relief from
corn pains, and a quick finish for any
corn or callus. "Gets-lt
no fussF plasters, no wrapping of toes.
"Gets-lt" dries in a second or two. That'g
As easy to use a a signing your nams.
the true flesh and
ta applied in
•e'a
wrappin
* f t
The corn loosens fre
corn-free at last.
' Gets-lt." tlje guaranteed, money ba il
ifi-ru-remover. the only su»*^ way. onus
but a ti fi* at any dt .i».- err n ., M;q by
IK. Lawrence & Co., ChUaco, III. —Adv.
, 1 ! sn
nEcmm
Publicity JBecretary for North
western Field Committee Y.
W. 0. A. Tells of Work That
Must Be Done.
Miss Edith M
and publicity secretary of the north
western field committee, Y. \v. C. A
with headquarters in Seattle, is
visitor in the city. The north west en
- :
Denteon, finance
field takes In the states of Idaho, !
Montana, Washington and Oregon, and
.Miss Denison's principal object in bo
log in Boise now is to aid with the j
reconstruction plan of the Y. W. C. A. j
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eluded that we could notas an organ
ization return to any pre-war basis. 1
The problems were put upk to the na
ss it affects Idaho.
When interviewed today, Miss Den-j
ison said:
"The $15,000,000 that was raised in j
the united war work campaign is be- |
ing used for strictly war emergency
work, nnd cannot be touclwd for any;
other purpose, as our national or- j
sanitation looked into the future and!
reviewed the pant, and realizing the]
enormous program ahead
brought about by the war, we con
linnal board members, field committee
members and interested friends
throughout tho United States, and it
was decided that an extra million dol
lars would be needed by the Y. W. Cl. i
A. to carry* on the enlarged work. Of j
litis amount, the share for the north
west field is 343,060, and Idaho's share
at 36236, which is to be used princi
pally In tho rural and country districts
of Iho state to carry on club and rec
reational activities for the girls In the
country ,a large percentage of whom
need companionship and recreation
such as the Y. AV. C. A. can provide.
"Mrs. Robert J,. Nourse ami Mrs. IV.
E. Graham of Boise are the state
chairman and director for the recon
struction campaign in Idaho. County
chairmen have been appointed
throughout the slate, and Mrs. Charles
E. Basey, field director for the recon
struction work in the northwest, is
here to assist In the campaign In
Idahe."
Miss Denison spoke before the Y. IV.
C. A. Wednesday afternoon, giving out
the same information ns above, and
left In the evening for Lewiston, Mos
cow and Coeur d'Alene.
Her home has been in New York
state until last August, but she feels
that she now belongs to the north
west, and also belongs as much to
Boise as she docs to Beattie.
MIDDLETON
Middleton, Feb. 21.—The Parent
Teachers' association will meet at the
school house today at 2 p. hi. Two
special speakers will be there. Rev
eral musical selections have been | 8
planned. AH of the patrons of the
school aie urged to be present at this
meeting.
Mrs. O. (\ Robison, of Boise, 1s at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. A. Nickerson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robi
son expect to go to California in a
few days for the benefit of Mrs. Robi
son's health.
Mj's. W. R. Kingsbury, of Central
Park, visited friends in town Wed
nesday.
Mr. Green, of Parma, has purchased
the Ralph Beni place west of town in
the Wbiffln lane.
E. K. Walker, of Wilder, was in
town Monday looking for a. house
will hold a sale on his ranch there I
Feb. 27 and plans to move here the
first of March.
Fred McConnell and Mr. Sandberg,
of Caldwell, were Middleton visitors
Wednesday.
Mrs. F. H. Lanaghcr is quite 111 this
week.
Airs. Samuel Kggep has been con
fined to her bed several days because
of illness.
l-cster Lovejoy Buffered a stroke of
paralysis Saturday. He had Influenza
several weeks ago and lias never fully
recovered from (hat. Though quite
seriously Ml he fs some Improved now.
and Mrs. Mike Hartley' and lit
tle daughter arrived Tuesday from
Missoula, Mont., to visit with Jils
daughter. Miss Inez snd his parents
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Hartley.
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NAMPA
N'smp*. Feb. 21. Rev. Martin
mer was a visitor to Caldwell yester
day.
Mrs. R. w. RavleR and children vi*
iled In Caldwell yesterday.
Mr*. A. \V. Mahoney and rhlldren
were the (liest* of Caldwell friends
yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Parker return
ed yesterday from Idaho Falls, whers
they bed heen railed hy the de*tb of
their daughter, Mr*. R. Williams, who
died Monday.
Mr. and Mr*. ,T. C. Reaver of Cascade
are vialttnc In the city.
Mrs. E. J. Pen body of Bank* la v;»
ltlnf In the city.
Thomas Kllrm of Melba spent yester
day In th# rltv.
• Mr. and Mr*. Fred Velami of Grand
view »pent yesterday tn the city,
J. Goodrich of Wallace 1* a business
visitor In tho city. J
Mr. and -Mrs. j«tt Thomas of Bolae
visited In tne city yesterday.
R. It. Roberson of Pocatello la st but
Ineaa visitor In the city. |
Col. R. 15. Arnold transacted business
In Kuna yesterday.
FARM TRADE UP IN COURT.
Caldwell, Feb. 21.—The case of Sha
ver against Ulnrk engrossed the con
sideration of .ludgA Ed I.. Brvsn In th#
district court today. The case le an ac
tion to recover a farm which wse ex
changed for other form* owned by the
defendant snd which th# plaintiff
claim# was not of the character repre
sented.
MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS.
N>w oWrk, Feb. 21.— Prie#* were
fractionally higher at*the opening of
»lie etock. market today, u. S. steel
opened at 92, off V. .Mexican Petroleum
17S, up Hi American Smelting 654*.
up 1-4; Baldwin 70%; United Cigar
Stores 122', £.
S. Steel closed at 95»*,
Mexican Petroleum 178
: Springfield 99%, up 4%;
«'"T 1U '*- "P *»• ' .
1%;
t'P 1; Kelly
United Cigar
Chicago,
grain.
CHICAGO.
Feb. 21 Higher
at tbr
! opening, grain rutures on the Chicago
board of Ifadc today soot, lost their
gains. There was a little scattered
j buying early in the session with but
j little offered for sale. I.ocals sold on
the bulge expecting pressure later
ft'pm longs on account of the two day
adjournment. Provisions were lower.
February corn, unchanged at the
opening, 134, lost March corn, up
at 131, the opening, was % lower.
May corn, opened at 1241,, 1 % higher,
but later lost *1,. July corn, up IV,. at
121, the opening, was lower at 119 %.
February oats, opening late at 39%,
off later was % lower. March oats,
I up V tit the late opening. n9%, lost
; -v May oats, opening at UOVi, up ti,
, Rter wag *„ off< Jul oal '
1 tli c openin
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Chicago,
LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO.
Vb. 21.—Hogs
Receipt*,
.65
504/116.85; roughs, 16.25
i 32.000; market higher; bulchelts,
j ®18: packing. J6.7JW 77.CO; light, 1
@17.80; pig
@16.75
Cattle— ltoccipts, 6500; market stead
ily; beeves, 10.50(7/20; butchers and
Stockers, 7.50 ® 15.7 5 ; canners and cut
ters, [email protected]; stockers and feeders,
[email protected]; cows, 7.DO® 15.25; calves, 16.25
@16.75.
.Sheep — Receipts, 8000; market
steady to strong; wool lambs 14® 18.50;
ewes, 5.50® 12.50.
OMAHA.
South Omaha, Feb. 21.—Cattle Re
ceipts, 1400; market steady to strong;
steers, [email protected]; cows and heifers,
[email protected]; stockers and feeders, [email protected];
onlves, [email protected]>; bulls and stags, 9.25®
10.50. '
Hogs—Receipts 18,500; market open
ed strong and closed weak; bulk of
sales, 17® 17.30; top, 17.63.
Sheep — Receipts, 2600; market
steady; yearlings, 94(15; wethers, 12
@13; lambs, [email protected]; etves, 9®
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KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Feb. 21.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 2500; market steady.; steers, 1.8
#19; cows and heifers, 8013; stock
ers ami feeders. 8016; calves, 7014.
Hogs- Receipts 7000; market steady;
heavy, 1 7.10(0» 17.60; medium, 17.500
17.85; light, 17.400; 17.60.
Sheep—Receipts 4000; market
lambs. 17.77» 0 17.90; ewes, 1
10 @17.
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s tead y ;
75012;
PORTLAND.
Portland. Feb. 21—Cattle—Receipts,
64. Tone of market strong. Best steers,
13014; good to choice, 11.75012.75;
medium to good. 10.75011.75; common
to fair, 8.5O09.*O; choice cows nnd
heifers, lOtfill: good to choice. 8.77» 0
9.-Ï5; medium to good, 7.7508.75; fair
to medium, 607; canners. 3.5005;
bulls. 809; calves, 9013.50; stockers
and feeders, 7010.
dlum lambs, 10®12; yearlings. IOSj 11
Hogs Keoeipta. 697. Market -tron*
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mixed.
14.75015.25; bulk, 12.50014
Sheep—Receipts, 30. Market strong.
Prime iambs, 14 014.50; fair
aethers, 9010;
6.5008.75,
PRODUCE.
NEW YORK.
rk, Feb. 21—Flout*
-Quio
New Y
and steady.
Pork Firm; mess, 490 49.50.
Lard—Dull and nominal; middh
spot, 25.90026.
Sugar- Steady! centrifugal. 96 test,
>7.28: refined, steady: cut loaf, 10.50;
crushed, 10.25; powdered, 9.13; grnnu
la t ed. 9.
Coffee Rio No. 7, on the spot, 17>*i.
Tallow Dull; city, 8*^; special 'D-j.
Hay Firm; prime No. 1, 1.50; No. 3,
1.15 01.25.
Clover 101.45.
POTATOES.
criirsiro, I
cal pis, 20 car
potn, 1.60 01.
Wisconsin nnd Minnc
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LOCAL MARKETS.
The wholesale prices nr»* the prices
paid by the dealer for the product
For Colds , Grip
and Influenza
Take
"Laxative
Bromo
Qulnlno
Tablets"
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look for this signature
. on the box. 30 c.
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LIEUT. MURIUY DIES
Popular Nampa Boy Succumbs
to Pneumonia in Germany;
Was Participant in Some of
War's Hardest Battles. j
Nampa. Feb. 21. Telegraphic ml vice
was received lnte yesterday afternoon
by Dr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Murray of the
death of their son, I>ieUtenank»Joe Mur
igy, from pneumonia in Germany,
where he. was stationed with tho Am
erican army. Lieut. Murray grow to
manhood in this city and graduated
from the high school, where he wns
prominently identified with the ath
letics of that institution. Dater he en
tered the University of California at
Berkeley and won distinction there ns
an earnest studnt.
He was a member of Company B
of the old Second Idaho and when Pres
ident Wilson called for volumeters to
guard tlie Mexican border he was
among the first* to answer the call,
having been chosen first sergeant of
his company. Dater he'was promoted
to first lieutenant. He participated in
some of the most severe battles fought
in France and won tho reputation of j
being a fearless officer. His friend
were legion nnd the news of his
death lias cast a pall over the entire
city.
JAMES COOK, SOLDIER,7 ~
LANDED at u. s. port
Caldwell, Feb. 21.—-Advice has been
received by Rev. nfld Mrs. F. L. Cook
of this city that their son, James, has
arrived at Camp Merritt, N. J., from
St. Aigon, France, where he has been
in the military service the last 14
months. His assignment was wlln Une
163rd medical detachment and he was
under Major O. B. Clark of Emmett,
who organized the first Idaho tic Id
hospital. to which Paul Broxon of Boise
belonged.
Young Cook will be recalled ns one
of the prominent a'hletes of this city,
•during 1916 nnd 1917, having been cap
tain of the high school of this city the
latter year. While at Uamp Green be
fore bis transfer to France Cook was
captain of the team of li 1 s corps. His
return at an early date is expected by
bis parents.
quoted, except on creamery, cube but
ler and, cheese.
WHOLESALE PRICES.
Livestock and Poultry.
Cows per cwt
Steers, per cwt........
Choice hogs, per cwt...
Medium hogs .........
Heavy bogs .................
Mutton, per lb., Ive weight...
Hens, per lb..................
Ducks, live weight, pr>r lb....
J Turkeys, live weight, per lb..
. .6.5008
----$8010
$15015.50
$14.50 0 15
----$14.00
----9010c
.......22c
.......20c
____30c
. .. .25c
Mutual
5010c!*
.... 5c
...10c
5c 06c
----3c
Fry chickens, lb.
Wholesale quotations by
Creamery Co.:
Butter fat, per lb..................47c
Milk for butter fat, per lb.........C4c
Creamery butter, per lh..........,51c
Fresh ranch eggs, per case $10.500 1%
Retail Prices.
Beats, per bunch ..................15c
Carrots, per bunch ..............1214c
New Onions, per lb.....
Lettuce, per head
Parsnips, jjer lb..
Celery, per bunch ........
Green onions, per bunch...
Radishes ...............
New cabbage, per lb.......
.........
I Squ««h; per lb.................. 2 V4C
| r . otatoeBj pnr cw ,.................|
! Fresh eggs, per doz. . ...............40c '
[ Creamery butter, per lb............55c !
Rauch butter, per lb____—.....40045c j
Graham flour. 24 lbs..............$1.60 i
Buckwheat. 5-lb. sack.............70c
i Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack...........$1.25!
j Bai ley flour, 10 lbs................85c
j Rye flour, 10 lbs...................85c
Table bran, 10 lbs..................60c
Whole wheat flour, 9-lb. sack, ,65075c
Graham flour, 9-lb sack........65075c
10 lbs. corn flour..................90c
j Rolled oats, 10 lbs.................85c
Corn meal. 24 lbs..............-.11.60
Flour, high patent, per 48-lb.
sack ......................$2.6503.50
Rlc»', per pound .................12He*
4 C
...15c. 2 for 25e
.............. 2s
.....3.00
.....2.90
.$3 g 3.50
i Eastern In id, 10-lb. pail...
I Horn I lard, 10-lii. pall ...
FRUITS
Apples, per box .........
POULTRY.
Hens, per pound ........
Roasting chickens, per lb.
Spring fryers,
; Regular hams, per lh...............38o
Rabbits, per lb .....................36c
..37c
40c
per lb............. , 40 C
I ligh School Notes
ENTERTAIN 80LONS.
I Th© members of the educational com
(mittesH of both the house and senate
j of the legislature were guests nt a fine
(dinner Thursday noon at the high
I school cafeteria. The dinner waa given
J by the various dusses of the domestic
j science deportment, and was prepared
I under the direction of Miss Stevens,
I tdu? teacher of that coure© in the school.
One «action of the school cafeteria
tv os screened off for the occasion. The
tat»les were all decorated with red ond
white carrHtlor.B. Place cards were
made for each guest*by the art class,
nnd were very pretty, All the members
of Ilia committee seemed very well
pleased with the dinner And compli
mented the cooking.
COURT PROCEEDINGS. ]
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district court.
Mrs, Ella 1-awrence walked Int>*
Judife Heddoch's court room Thureday
afternoon and a half hour later left It,
bearing th# name of Miss Ella Wilson.
Bhe was granted a divorce from Clyde
Richard Lawrence on the grounds of
desertion wnd was restored to her
maiden na me
24 snd 25 ar# th# telephone numbers
of Th# Csp'tel **•"». »f
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T'HE place to come
I 1 for dependable
jewelry, for
sterling silver
of quality, and
for the kind of
silver plate
that is second
only to ster
ling in ap r
pearance and
wear-resist
ance. Ark to tee/
"1S35R. Wsl-[
lies," HeaviestV
Silver Fists.
Ton will want platod war# to re
place yoitr old silver that haa given
you such long service.
ASK US
For Louvre
STicIlbouriie
lien. Washington
und Hudson
Long Life Plato
J. T. Laughlin
Jeweler
Quality—Service
Quinine That Does Not Affect Head.
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fect, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
(Tablets) can bo taken by anyone
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in the head. There is only on«
"Bromo Quinine." K. W. GROVE'S sig
nature on the box. 30c—F.
TOO LATE TO CLA88I FY
LOST—310 bill, between Main and
Bannock ou Eighth street, or in .Ida
ho building. Rewand paid if re
turned to overland Pharmacy.
NETTED Gem potatoes, $1.6b per cwt.,
delivered; 300 Ibs^or more, $1.50 per
cwt. Phone 16-J-i. tlF24c
A SHIPMENT of roller skates Just ar
rived at Klmcry's, 816 Idaho st. tlF24
BRIGHTEN up your old floor with
Rubber Cement floor paint; exclusive
agents. Kimery Hdw. and Paint Co.,
816 Idaho st. tlF24
PUBLIC auction sale Saturday, Feb.
22. nt 13th and Grove. Frank
1)' Amant, sales manager. Phone
2181-J. tlF21
EVERYTHING
lion secleaning
ho st.
► ou
need for spring
Klmcry's, 816 Ida
11 P'2 4
FUR RENT—Furnished room.
Jefferson.
800 E.
tlF24o
'
!
CALL that man Dick when sslllng
furniture. He has a machine Rnd
will call promptly. Standard Ex
change store* 12th and Main. Phono
898. tl tf
WHEN you want to sell your turn!
ture call 745W, tl tf
LIBERTY BONDS—if you have one to
sell, call or write N. A. lianan. 245
Sonna Block, Boise. tl—tf
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* 5 ACRES, no buildings; in *
\+ hustling, bustling Meridian, for *
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Write lllo 4*
❖ State. Phone 2851-W. tl tf <*ja
*|*«g»«|»« 3 *.|»ej**g*«|»«{»«|»«{»«t«!»<t»«i»e]*<|,
PARMS for rent nre in big demand,
IT * .
Here Is a «
but cannot be had
acres, small house and somwhat lm
proved; close to Boise; for $4.500;
$750 down. See us- Day Realty Co.,
Phono 50—1009 Main. tl tf
HOUSE for rent is hard to find, but
you can buy this 5-room bungalow
for $2200 on rent terms. We have
several good buys In houses on good
terms. Day Realty Co., 1009 Main.
Phono 50. tl tf
TAKEN UP—Black mare, no brand;
wire rut. Owner may have same by
paying feed and adv. bill. W. P.
Kiest, Route 3, Meridian.
Frl only F28e
FDR SALE—Monarch combination 6
hole coal and gas range; In per
fect condition. Phone 2100-W.
FRESH CANDY.
Jumbo Jelly beans, U lb. • •
Broken stick randy, % lb. .
Peanut brittle, *4 lb»
Soiled peanuts, % lh.
Toasted marshmallows,
? kinds of chocolates,
....lftc
____10n
____1 «c
... ,10c
____10c
....10c
>A lb. box chocolates, per box ....4fir
Life saver* and nil kinds of gum.. &c
THE RACKET STORE
au N. Sth St. Opp. Postoffice
* F21
|l5nn or J200O prlvnte money to loon
nnd a nice 6-room stone house with
sleeping porch nnd large barn to
sell nt I1KS0 or will Install a nice
poreelnlu bath making It modern
for $1776, Call 324 Overland Bldg.,
or phono 36X-W, tlF27
WANTED to purchase
barley. Phone 16-R-4.
600 lbs, of
F23
REGISTERED Percheron atnlllon, 3
years old 10th of May, 1919; weighs
1800 nowi dark gray, almost black,
heavy hone; splendid Individual, J.
H. McClenahan, Boise. Phons 70-R
4, F3 7
WANTED—76 couple to attend the
dance nt Meridian Friday, Ks^ner's
orchestra. «Io
FOI '2 ;tUäv of glasses on State
street. Owner may have same by
oh (ling at J614 State snd paying for
ad. F*lc
FOR SALS'—4000 shares In Holy Cross
Gold Mining Co., In the famous
Cripple Oresk mining district, at a
very low price. Shares will be |2
wtthtn IÎ month*. See Kerley, 7#1
Main St. Fît
16 WHITE Leghorn hen# for sale at
1417 N r . Hth. Fît
TOO IAT1 TO CLASSIFY
FIVE- ROOM modern bungalow tar
31 800 . on corner, 1*20 North JtMh
B4. Car on block. Addreae all let
ter* to W. J. Pulse, Box 331, Chi
nook, Mont. MSo
CHOICE lot op cow. for aale at pub
lic auction Saturday. 13th and
Grove. j~>i
FOR BARE—Ona dozen thoroughbred
Rhode Ialand Red laying puUata and
cockerel*. Phone 14-J. F 27
TO TRADE-Small Overland truck
for Ford. Address 2530 care Capital
Newa. F27c
31000 -25 A. unimproved. B. E. of
Parma, 12 A finest bottom soil; free
water, your terms, will consider good
car and pay difference. A. D. Grif
fith, Council, Ida. » ,M6
WANTED—Man and wife without
children to work on ranch. Address
2528 care Capital New*. F27
SINGLE COMB Rhode Island Red
eras from thoroughbred stojjt. for
batching, 31.50 per setting. Phone
1838-.f. Apr20
FOl'R and one-half acres on the^
bench near fairgrounds, neat little
bouse, good ham, garnce. two cel
lars, well, paid up water right,
choice fruit, white clover and hlue
prass pasture, only 33700. MiPlit
consider (rood residence In Boise.
Sehooler-Htarlinc Agency, 3rd floor
Overland Bldg. F::7
WANTED • (o purchase for cash, a
strictly modern 5 or 6 room hung.i
low with garage. Phone 946-W.
tl F23
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE*
No. 919 N. 20th st., 5 rooms, sleeping
porch, strictly modern, fireplace,
$2750.
N. 1114 N. 21st st., 6 rooms, strictly
modern, $3250.
5-room bungalow on O'Fnrrel street,
close to 5th street, modern except
furnace, $2500.
No. 116 Struaglin avenue. 5 room, no
bath, large lot, outbuildings, house
being newly decorated nnd painted.
$ 1300.
Strictly modern. 5-room bungalow on
18tli street, just north of Highland
Park addition, $3600.
No. 1314 Jefferson street, G rooms and
bath, $3300.
No. 1610 State street, 6 rooms, fur
nace. complete bath, first floor, lav
atory and toilet second floor, garage,
$3750.
yVny of the above will be sold on rea
sonable terms.
No. 1502 N. 21sl street, 6 rooms, strict
ly modern, $2750.
McREYNOLDS * WHITSON,
529 Idaho Bldg. M20
FOR SA LE —Good Jersey- (lue rense y
cow, now giving milk, to freshen in
May, 2 young horses, Belgian sired
should make good team. Phone
during business hours, 348. F22c
FOUND A bicycle, owner can have
same by proving property and pay
ing for ad. 309 Bannock St. F22c
BREEDING PEN, thoroughbred Bar
red Rocks, yearly hens and cockrels.
from heavy laying strain. 22nd and
Dora St., Phone 2062-W. F23c
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the district court ai the third judicial
district of the state of Idaho, in and for
Ada county.
R. Warl Jones, plaintiff, vs. H. Foster
Thompson and Nellie Thompson, his wife;
Mary Sonna, Frederick ('. Will* and C.
W, Brinnegar. defendants.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale
issued out of the above entitled court on
Judgment and decree of foreclosure and
iaaie recovered in said court in the above
entitled action, on the 29th day of Janu
f*v°r of the above named
[plaintiff, and against the above «
fendant*. Said v
eU da- }
writ récit ing tlie material j
parts of said judgment, duly attested on ,
tlie 30th day of January, 1919, and to the j
sheriff of Ada county. Idaho, directed,
and to me, Kmmitt Pfost. as such sheriff .
delivered on the 30th day of January.
1919, for execution, commanding and re- '
quiring me as such sheriff to execute the |
judgment by making the sale, applying ;
the proceeds thereof in conformity there- I
with in the manner prescribed by law.
The premises directed by said order of
sale to be sold are described therein as
follows, to-wit:
The east one-half of lot No. 11 In block
No. 6 of tlie original townsite of Boise
city, Idaho.
The judgment as set out in said writ
amounting to the sum of $2261.50, besides
interest and expense of sale.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 26th.
day of February. 1919. at th© hour of 3
o'clock tn tlie afternoon of that day. in
front of th© county courthouse door In
Bolae city, Ada county, Idaho, I will sell
at public auction sale all and singular the
above described property or so much
thereof ns may be sufficient; that the
proceeds of sa hi ssle will pay the judg
ment as set out In said writ, together
with interest, costs nnd expenses of sale,
to the highest bidder therefor in lawful
money of the United Stales.
Dated the 31st day of January, 1919.
EMM ITT PFOST.
Sheriff of Ada County, Idaho.
Adv.— F O F21
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Cafe In Caldwell.
Plret Claea Bede Fountain.
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Ratea, without bath, $1.09 up
With bath, |1JM up.
IDANHA HOTEL CO v Prep.
HOTEL GRAND
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Commercial Men's Headquarters—
Most Attractive Lo.iry in the State,
PRANK BLACKINGS«. PROP.
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