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LOOP Nampa Avant > Hally wilson Phan* 485-W. J. R. »TOTTB REPORTER Phan* 6-R-4, Bel** Oaldwell Agent K. MILLER Ph an** 4SSR *r IB MOT; IT." Henry Peacock Target of Bullet Prom Pistol Carried by Billy Buchanan; Shot Penetrates The Victim's Thigh. Nampa, March 3.—Henry Peacock, a 16-year-old boy, lies in a serious con dition at his home in this city as a re sult of having been shot in the left thigh Saturday night by Billy Bu chanan at the entrance of the State rooming house, where the two had gone from Billy Grice's pool hall. According to a statement of young Peacock made to his parents, Bu chanan had called him from the pool hall to show him a gun which he had purchased and that after reaching the' entrance to the State rooming house, it was discharged,_ the ball entering Peacock, it is understood that Bu chanan claims that he did not know that his pistol was loaded. An operation for the extraction of the hall from Peacock's body is to be performed tomorrow. MDERMOTT McDermott, March 3.—V. Fishback and family left Saturday for Caldwell, where they will spend a few days with relatives before returning to their home at Monmouth, Oregon. Mrs. C. F. Watson spent the week end with relatives iu Boise. Miss Ella Hudson is visiting rela tives at Gooding. Dr. Houseman and wife of Nampa attended the sale at the H. G. Williams ranch Friday. Miss Shimery spent the week cml with her frind, Miss Florence Walt. Rev. Ingham gave a splendid ad dress at Fairview church Sunday even ing. N. E. Young has moved to the house recently vacated by R. P. Shaw and will help manage the Fairview Fruit farm. The Red Cross will meet Thursday with Mrs. Bfillard at McDermott. C. D. Kindred is building an addi tion to his house. Ralph Ayers met with a painful acci dent Sunday while playing with mar bles on the* carpet, lie ran a needle into his knee. The upper part of the i.eedle lodged against the bone, and was broken off. Dr. Dutton per formed an operation on the knee, which is healing nicely. The box social at Victors- Friday «veiling given by the* school and Red Cross for Armenian relief, netted the sum of $48.t*0. Captain W. B. Walt wishes to express his thanks to tlie teachers, and community for their co operation in putting this sector over tho top. Finland's mineral deposits, long known but unexplored, will be thor oughly studied by an organization re cently formed at Helsingfors, and sur veys will 1 >o made for new ones. DROWSY, LANGUID, DOPY WITH GOLD? DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY RE STORES THE ALERTNESS OF YESTERDAY. That "all in" feeling that accompa nies a heavy cold and iphpcIprs cough is replaced by «me of restful repose and gratifying; relief when you use Dr. King's lÿew Discovery. Feverish flushes, phlegm congestion, throat ache, croupy coughs, mild bronchitis are alleviated in short older. Fifty years of easing cold and cough pain have made it known nationally. Sold for fifty years. All druggists. 60c and $1.20.—A dr. THE POISONS OF CONSTIPATION. are gently but positively expelled from the suffering system by Dr, King's New Rife l'ilia. Dizziness disappears, sjck headache vanishes, the digestion perks up, general health improves. Your druggist has them same as al ways. 25c.—Adv. MR: FW MAN: Why Spend So Much Money on Shoes? Here is what Tracy Munson of Joplin, Missouri, says of Neelin Soles: "Judging from my own ex perience. they wear four times longer than other soles and have the addi tional advantage of being*'waterproof and slip-proof. Why continue to wear extravagant old-fashioned soles when you can get diese money-saving, long-wearing soles on new shoes in any style you like for any member of the family? Good aboe stores everywhere carry them. And don't throw away your old shoes. Have them re-bottomed with Neolin Soles and enjoy the comfort of a re-soled shoe wliich is riot stiff or clumsy. Neolin Soles are a dis covery of Science, and are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels—guaranteed to outwear all other heels. flepJinJSoles POOL ROOM TILL ROBBED; JONES HELD AS BURGULAR Caldwell, March 3.—At about mid night last night the pool hall of Ike Waters was burglarised and 116 taken from the cash drawer. Shortly after 8 o'clock this morning Harry Jones was captured near Notus by Deputy Sheriff Bert Mumford, who had traced the burglary to Jonea. j Jones had been seen and recognized by some one after he had made entry to the building. H« admits the burglary. It Is reported that Jones was In the state reform school at one time. Hla parent* reside across the Snake river. MERIDIAN Meridian. March 3.—Miss Florence Hyde of Boise visited here last even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Westernheimer visited in Boise yesterday. Kord Watts spent yesterday In Boise. Miss Ksther Swan and mother Amoved to Nampa today, where they will make their future home. Joe Benson of Ontario, Ore., visited here yestetrday. J. M. Jackson is reported quite 111. T. H. McDermott was a Boise visi tor today. W. F. Turner, Fred Hunt, Martin Knutson and Ralph Palmer formed a local party visiting near Midway yes terday. Miss Carolyn Pfaffle of Boise vis ited here the week-end with her alster, Mrs. Arthur Frazier. Misses Helen Hosker, Verna Carmer, Bertha Slngrey, Hope Slngery and Mary Slngery formed a local party visiting in Boise yesterday. Bet-be Palmer and Myron Clete were visitors to Boise yesterday. . Glenn Lelninger, agent at the local Interurban station, visited In Boise last evening. Arthur Fink was among the local people visiting in Boise yesterday. Mrs. Boss Wilburn .visited the week end at Nampa. NAMPA Nampa, March 3.—Samuel D. Roth child, of Boise, the representative of the Falk Wholesale Grocery company, was a business visitor in the city to day. A1 Harris, of Wilson, visited here yesterday. Glenn Eaton, of Montour, spent yes terday in the city. (\ H. Rogers, of Brunzell, was a week-end visitor. W. Cooper, of Boise, visited here yesterday. A. 1j. Hackney, of Burns, Ore., is a visitor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gilbert, of Cald well, visited here yesterday. It. C. Gillette, of Spokane, is a vis itor in the city. F. A. Burlingame was a Boise vis itor today. Peter Holman looked after business interests In Boise today. A. J. Howd was a visitor to Boise today. m W. C. Dewey is transacting business in Portland. STAR Star, March 3—William Lee cf Baker arrived here this week to take charge of the Kingsbury ranch he re cently purchased. His household goods arrived here Wednesday. A Child's Welfare day program was given at the home of Mrs. J. E. Rob erts, Friday afternoon. A good many mothers were present. Miss Minnie Jellison of Boise gave a splendid talk on a subject which will bo a benefit to those present. Mrs. Claud Frost gave a reading and two musical selections were rendered by Mises Ardis and Bessie Roberts. It. E. Grove of Missouri has pur chased 42 acres of land north of Star from Henry Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mcrshon and son, Franklin, of Caldwell, visited here Sunday with Mr. Mershon's uncle, J. E. Roberts, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haworth of Big Bend, Ore., spent the week-end with relatives here. Mrs Bingman and children are con fined to their home with the ''flu.'' Charles Johnston of Nampe was here Saturday visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. 11 ask in of Obern, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Weston of Welles, Mlnesota, are here vlsttlng at the Jiunie of G. R. Haskin and family. Mrs. J. E. Roberts and daughter, Ardis, were In Boise Saturday. Miss Amy Auger of Caldwell visited friends here the last of v the week. ( Verlln Bass entertained a number of friends at his home Saturday even ing. USTICK. . Ustlek, March 3.—The ladies of this vicinity are urged to assist In knit* ting for Red Cross as garments for t Ire refugees ure needed, especially children's garments and the work can jbe obtained at the Rod Cross rooms, ion Idaho street, between SevenVi and Eighth, Boise. H. F. McKee returhed Saturday from Anderson where'he has been em ployed on the Intennountain railroad jfor three months. Misses Ellen and Venda Dahlberg, of Boise, spent the week-end with their parents here. , Mrs. Frank Huber was a visitor at the Dr. Hall home In Star Wednes day. J. K Hcdbcrg has moved his family to a ranch two and one-half miles east of Kuna. Francis McKee spent part of the week with his father at Anderson. 3^iss Bartlett, of the Sampson Mu fti« Company of Boise, demonstrated a sum on WORK Lrk* E. PinkkuR's Vege table Compand Restored Her Health aad Stopped Her Pains. Portland, Ind.—"I had a displace ment and suffered so badly from it that at timea I could not ! la _______ 11 could not be on my I was all run down ! and so weak I could not do my house work, was nervous and could not lis down at night. I took treatments from a physician but they did not help me. My Aunt recom mended Lydia E. Pinkham'u Vege table Compound. I tried it and now I am strong and well again and do my own work and I give . .....' --------- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound the credit" —Mrs. Josephine Kimble, 935 West Race St., Portland, Ind. Thousands of American women give this famous root and herb remedy the credit for health restored as did Mrs. Kimble. For helpful suggestions in regard to such ailments women are asked to write to Lydia E. Pinkham 'Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of its long experience is at your service. Vlctrola at the schools here Friday afternoon. A, H. Felton was a business visitor in Meridian Saturday. Mrs. Chris Lilligard will be hostess to the Helping Hand society of the Christian church Wednesday. Mrs. Joel Brown, of Emmett, re turned to her home Saturday after a week's visit at the F. A. Swanson home. Mis» Robinson, of Boise, spent the week-end at. the L. O. Snider home. Mrs. Frank Huber and Mrs. I* O. Snider spent Tuesday in Boise at the Richard Martin home. Mrs. George White and daughters, Faye and Fern, of Belgrade. Mont., ar rived at the John Yates' home Frlthiy evening. Mr. White and son Floyd are on routp hero with a car of house hold goods and livestock, they having purchased the Raiglcr ranch near Meridian. The Apple Blossom club held their annual banquet at the B. F. Hurst home Friday evening. This Is the oc casion when t lie members entertain their husbands and a very enjoyable evening was spent. The W. C. T. If. will meet in the social rooms of the Baptist church Friday afternoon and all members of the Ustick and C'loverdale societies are rged to be present. All ladles In the neighborhood are invHcd to attend. Tt is time to pay dues and plans for the year's work will be made. ANOTHER CAPITAL BEAUTY TO MARRY Mia* Grace "N. Overman. Senator and Mrs. Lee S. Overman of North Carolina have just an nounced the engagement of their youngest daughter, Mies Grace N. Overman, to £. N. Snow of Greens boro, N. G Miss Overman was a debutante last season. RAT AT THE COLONIAL CAFE The Mast Papular and Up-to-Dal* Cafe in Caldwell. First Class Seda Fountain. LLOYD WARDEN * DICK HOFMAM TOO LATE TO C LASSIFY WILL pay cash for piano; giv* beat prie# In first letter. Box No. 2552; M8 NEW ZEALAND bucks and does; good \ype and color. Reasonable prices. Elmer Smith, phpnè 2780. M2C FOR SALE— 80 acres Improved: 26 'acres alfalfa, paid up water; 875.00 per acre; terms. Phone 1186-J. M2C FOR SALE—Queen hot water, 85 egg _ incubator, a good brooder and a child's bed. Phone 1S38-J. M9 _______ many favorites came to the fore. To MARKETS NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, March 3—Loading issues were fractionally higher at the stock market opening today. United States Steel opened at 92%, up % ; Mexican Petroleum 174, up 1%; General Mo tor* 162, up 1%; Southern Psclflo 102%; Bethlehem B. 64%, up % ; Bald win 78%, up %. Stocks bulged in late trading and m M| ^____ _ American Hide and Leather preferred »old at 96%, up 2%; Baldwin was fea tured under pool activities. The close was firm. U. S. Steel closed at 94%, up 2; General Motors 154%, up 4 %; Read ing 84%, up %; Baldwin 80, up 2%; Kclly-Sprlngfleld 118%, up 3%. LIBERTY pONDS. NEW YORK. New York, March 3.-—Ruling price* In Liberty bonds on the New York market today were as follows: Three and one-halfs, 99.%o, off .04. First 4s, 94.04, up .64. Second 4s, 98.60, up .80. First 4%s. 95.06, up .04. Second 4%s, 94.10, off .06. Third 4%s. 95.22, off .12. Fourth 4%8, 94.00: off .08. GRAIN. CHICAGO. Chicago, March 3.—Advance in hog prices was the main strengthening factor in the trading in grain future* on the Chicago board of trade today. Bad weather expected throughout th* grain belt« making delivery from the country slow, was also believed to cause a higher trend. There was some cash demand. Provisions were higher. March corn, up %c af the opening, 11.32%, later gained %c. May corn, up %c at the opening, 81.26, was up %c. July corn, %c higher at the open ing, 81.21%, gained %c. March oats, opening at 57%c, %c, was unchanged. May oats, up %c at the opening, 59%c, sold at 69%c. July oats, up %c at the opening, 68%c, later gained %c. LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. Chicago, March 3.—Hogs—Receipts, 25,000; market, 10@15c higher. Butch ers, email@example.com; packing, 817.00® 17.65; light, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, »14.26 @16.25; roughs, 316.25@16.S5. Cattle—Receipts, 11,000; market, 25 @40c higher. Beeves, email@example.com; butchers and Stockers, firstname.lastname@example.org; canners and cuttters, email@example.com; Stockers and feeders, S8.firstname.lastname@example.org; cows, email@example.com; calves, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—Receipts, 6000; market, 60c higher. Wool lambs, email@example.com; ewes, |firstname.lastname@example.org. KANSAS CITY. Kansas City, March 3.—Cattle—Re ceipts, 8000; market, 10@15c higher. Steers, email@example.com; cows and heifers, I8.firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feeders, 88.00 @16.00; calves, email@example.com. Hogs—Receipts, 11,500; market, 10c higher. Heavy, firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, email@example.com; light, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—Receipts, 9000: market, steady. Lambs, email@example.com; ewes, firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feeders, email@example.com. —Cattle—Re 26c higher. firstname.lastname@example.org; $7.00015.75 ; OMAHA. South Omaha, March 3. celpts, 5400; market. Cows and heifers, stockers and feeders, calves, $email@example.com; bulls and stags, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—Receipts, 14,000; market, gen erally 6® 10c higher. Bulk of sales, email@example.com; top, $17.60. Sheep—Receipts, 1000; market, 25o higher. Yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org; weth ers, $email@example.com; lambs, $16.25019.00; ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org. PORTLAND. Portland, March / 3. —Cattle—Re ceipts. 1387; tone of market, steads'. Best steers, $13.50014.50; good to choice, $email@example.com; medium to good, $firstname.lastname@example.org; common to fair, $9.50@ 10.75; choice cows and heifers, $8.50@ 9.50; good to choice, $email@example.com; me dium to good, |firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to me dium, $email@example.com; canners, |firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, |email@example.com; calves, *6.00 0 9.00; stockers and feeders, *9.60014.50. Hogs—Receipts, 2167: market, steads'. Prime mixed, *17.75017.50 medium mixed, $17J)firstname.lastname@example.org; rough, heavy, *email@example.com; bulk. firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep—Receipts, 1285 ; market, steady. Prime lambs, email@example.com; fair to medium lambs, *15,00015.50; wethers, |firstname.lastname@example.org;v. ewes, $6.500 8.75. PRODUCT. NEW YORK. New York, March 3.—Flour—Quiet and firm. Pork—Dull. Mess, email@example.com. laud—Quiet. Middle west, spot, $26.00026.10. Sugar—Dull. Centrifugal, 96 test, $7.28; refined, dull; cut loaf, *10.50; crushed, $10.25; powdered, $9.16; gran ulated, $9.00. Coffee—Rio No. 7, on the spot, 15% @15%C. Tallow—Dull. City, 8%c; special, 9%c. Hay—Firm. Prime, No. 1, $1.80; No. 3, $1.30 01.40; clover, $1.1001.55. POTATOES. Chicago, March 3.—Potatoes, 32 cars. Wisconsin and Minnesota, $1.60 01.75. LIBERTY BONDS All Issues Bought and Sold Keep your liberty bend* if you can. If you must sell them sell them to u*. W* pay Now York market lese email brokerage. Cheek* mailed out of town seller* day bends are received. Register your bonds to us. High & Fritchmaa Company 9th A Main Bte., Boise, Idaho LOCAL MARKETS. The wholesale price* ora the pria** paid by tha datier for th* produal quoted, except on creamery, cuba but ter and chaeae. WHOLESALE PRICES. Livestock and Paultry. Cow* per cwt........... 6.6008 Steer*, per owL ................18010 Choice hogs, per owt........31(016.50 Medium hogs ..............114.60015 Heavy hogs ........ (14.00 Mutton, per lb., lve weight......O01Oo Hens, per lb............... 22c Ducks, live weight, per lb..........20c Turkeys, live weight, per lb... v ...30c Fry chickens, lb........\..........26c Wholesale quotation* by Mutual Creamery Co.: Butter fat. per lb.................,47c Milk for butter fat, par lb.........64c Creamery butter, per lb...........61c Freah ranch eggs, per case 310.60@11 Chicago, March 1.—Potatoes—Re ceipts, 20 cars; Wisconsin and Minne sota, firstname.lastname@example.org. Retail Prices. Beats, per bunch ....... 15c Carrots, per bunch ..............l!%c New Onions, par lb..................4a Lettuce, par head ......16a, 1 for 25c Parsnips, per lb....................Jo Celery, per bunch .............5@10c Green onions, par bunch............5c Radishes .......................10c New cabbage, per lb............5c06o Rutabaga tvmips, lb................3c Potatoes, 10 lbs....................35c Squash, per lb....................2%c Potatoes, per cwt.................82.00 Fresh eggs, per dox................40c Creamery butter, per lb............55c Ranch butter, per lb...........40@43c Graham flour, 24 lbs..............31.50 Buckwheat, 5-lb. sack.............70c Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack...........31.26 Barley flour, 10 lbs................85c Rye flour, 10 lbs.......'............85c Table bran, 10 lbs..................50c Whole wheat flour, 8-lb. sock..66 0 750 Graham flour, 9-lb. sock........65 0 760 10 lbs. corn flour..................90c Rolled oats, 10 lbs.................85c Corn meal, 24 lbs................$1.50 Flour, high patent, per 48-lb. sack ......................32.0503.50 Rice, per pound .................12%c Eastern lard, 10-lb. pall............3.00 Local lard, 10-lb. pall ............2.90 FRUITS Apples, per box ..............$3 @3.50 POULTRY. Hens, per pound ..................37c Roasting chickens, per lb..........40c Spring fryers, per lb..............40c Regular hams, per lb...............38c Rabbits, per .......................35c LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Under and by virtue of a writ of execu tion issued out of and under the seal of the district court of the third judicial dis trict of the state of Idaho, in and for the county of Ada. Said writ in part reciting:, whereas on the 30th day of November, 1915, Buhl Milling & Elevator company, a concré tion, recovered a judgment in the pro bate court in and for Canyon county, state of ldaho,#against Noah W. Strunk for the sum of $317.19 damages with interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent per annum till paid, and where as, the abstract of judgment in the ac ourt in the county of Ada, and the said judgment was docketed in said clerk's office in the said county on December 23rd, 1915, and the sum of $317.19 with interest and accruing costs is now at the date of this writ actually due or. said judgment, said writ duly attested on the 20th day of February, 1919, and to the sheriff of Ada county, Idaho, directed and to me. Emmitt Pfost, as such snertff. de livered on the 20th day of February. J919, for execution, by which I am required to make the snid sums due on said judg ment for damages with interest as afore said and accruing costs to satisfy said judgment out of the personal property of said debtor, or if sufficient personal prop erty of said debtor cannot be found, then out of the real property in my county be longing to him on the day whereon paid judgment was docketed in said county or at any time thereafter and because per sonal property belonging to said debtor cannot be found in my county whereof to satisfy said judgment or any part there of. and virtue of said writ and by written Instructions from plaintiff's attorney, I have levied all the right, title, claim and interest belonging to said debtor of. in and to lots 29 and 80 in block 34 in Ellis addition to Boise city, Ada county, Idaho, Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of March, 191», at the hour of 3 o'clock in the afternoon of that day in front of the front door of the Ada county court house in Boise city, Ada county, Idaho, I will sell at public auction all the right, title, claim and interest of the judgment debtor named in said writ of, in and to said above described property held by or standing in the name of F. J. Dong or so much thereof as may be suf ficient to satisfy the said judgment as set out in said writ with interest and all costs to the highest bidder In lawful money. Dated March 3rd, 1919. 4 _____ EMMITT PFOST. Adv M O M24 * Sheriff of Ada County. TOO LATE TO 0LA88IFY FOR SALE—-80 acres, paid up water; 25 acres alfalfa; fenced; terms. Phone 1186-J. tl M4c TO RENT—50 or more acres ranch near Natatorium. (Phone 136C-W. R, B. Wilson.. M6 c AUCTION—All household goods re maining unsold at private sale, will be auctioned Friday at 1 p. m. Col. Marsters, auctioneer. Take Interur ban leaving Boise at I o'clock nnd get off at Wilson station. Dr. Southwell. tl M6o FOR TRADE—5 acres near Franklin school for modem 5-room residence within 8 blocks of P. O. Call at 4t2 South 13th 8t. MIOc FOR SALE OR TRADE—Three lot* in Marshfield, Ore. Will consider a Ford. Phone 345-J. M5 J0RY RANCH to trade fqr automobile; 120 acres in grain; 13 miles south of Boise. Address SÎ53 Capital News. Mto TO LET—About 60 acres of plowing, discing, seeding and harrowing; about 2 % miles west af Star. Phone 87 or write P. O. Box 1150, Boise, Idaho. M9 WANTED—Horse for light work for Its keep; best-of care. Phone 65 R-4. M9 WANTED TO RENT , About 25 by 50 feet ground floor space, garage or machine shop preferred, for storing and showing machinery; responsible party; answer quick. Room 319 Bristol Hotel. tl M3c TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY WISH TO BUT a six room bungalow wl(h furnace and garage at 3100.00 cash and (86.00 a month. P. o. Bon 1474, Boise, Idaho. M8 FOR SALE—-Hay, near Bolee. 61-J-l. Phone UM7 CALL that m a n Dick when selling furniture. He hoe a machine and will call promptly. Standard Ex change store, 13th and Main. Phono tl tf WHEN you want to sell your furnl tur* call T45W. tl tf FOR SALE—By owner, furniture for six-room house; also dishes and cooking utensils. Call at 310 E. Jeff. M2c NETTED GEM potatoes, same as used by leading restaurants and cafe terias, $1.65, delivered; quantities $1.50. Phone 16-J-l. tlM2C POTATO success depends on produc tive seed. Llmtted quantity No. 1, Netted Gem seed grown trout certi fied seed. Phone 16-J-L UM2C FOR SALE—At the Union Stock Yards. Caldwell, Idaho, two carloads of good boned, blookey, registered Herford and Durham bulls; these bulls were bred and grown by Cochrari & Sons of Hay, City, Kansas; for informa tion call or write Union Stock Yards, Caldwell, ol- see O. C. Stagner, Sara toga Hotel. tlM3 NICE 5 acre tract in Oregon, clear, well located. In orchard. Will ex change for good 5 room residence in Boise. Also 160 acres good land, improved, good water, in the Boise valley near Boise, to sell very cheap; may rent if not sold soon. Also a lot of improved and unim proved suburban property to trade or sell on terms. SCHOOLER-STARLING AGENCY, 322-324-326 Overland Bldg. tlM4 FOR RENT—8 rpom house in good lo cation, good furniture for sale at half price. Call at 324 bldg., or phone 358-W. Overland tlM4 LIBERTY BONDS CASHED—Keep your bonds If you can. If you must sell, get all you can. Get my price. Sell to me by mail through bank. Write or call N. A. Hanan, 245 Sonna block, Boise. tl-tf WANTED—For Nampa, Idaho, collect or and solicitor for insurance. Mar ried man or one with dependents. Guaranteed salary 318 per week and commissions. Apply at 627 Idaho Bldg., Boise. UM8 FOR SALE—Large capacity sprayer, suitable custom work, guaranteed condition. Price right. Terms or might trade. Address, 2549, Capital News. TL M8c PRACTICALLY NEW Bowser gaso line pump filter, meter and Bowser tank. Price $125. Address 2550 care Capital News. tlM2c •'SILKINS7' WtOCHET THREAD Skilled needleworkers recommend "Star" "Silkine" mercerized crochet cotton as unsurpassed by none for durability, smoothness nnd uniform appearance when worked up. Free dom from knots Is one of the many merits of this thread. Star needle work Journal now on sale at this store, price 10c. This Journal Is is sued quarterly. By the year, 25c. THE RACKET STORE. 311 8th st.. opposite Postofftce. MS JDqiTBICTUUUY* Idaho Electric Supply Co. 811 Main 8tr**L All together — all th* dm* — for everything •l*etrie*l Pacific National Bank MEMBER RESERVE SY8TEM. CAPITAL $300,000.00 Emmett Auto Stage Offio*i 112 N. Twelfth. 12- PASSENGER CADILLAC. Daily Sehedula: Leave Boise........*.....8:15 a.m. And ......................4:80 p. m. TRASK BROTHERS. AUTO STAGE LINES. Phone No. 2. Office: 112 N. 12th St. EVERSHARP PENCIL $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. J. T. LAUGHLINaos »tAiîi sr. The HALLMARKI Store NOTICE Idaho stands second In the United States for It* clean Manhood, ac cording to th* Official Statement from the office of Th* Adjutant Gen eral in Washington, and why Is such the case? Because we have treated successfully a great number of men inducted and these have passed the physical test and have been found suffering with no venereal disease. We have, done our bit In the war as we have placed fighters on th* see and on the land to make 'The World Safe for Democracy." We treat and eradicate Acute aad Private Diseases of Men and Women as well as Skin and Blood disorders Th* Old Standing Bladdsr and Prostatic troubles of men as wqll as those who by abuse* or ex cesses have lost that ambition essential to virile manhood. Our results speak for themselves and by the report sent out w* have. been weighed In the balance and found that we have delivered the goods. Consultation Jree and Invited. Everything In strictest confidence. YHE IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY L 7, a, 9 end 10 Odd Fellows' Bldg. Bei**, Idaho. THE IDAN-HA LEADING HOTEL OF BOISE. Euro p ea n Plan, In the center of everything. Commercial nnd B i oong r ewe n Headquarter*. FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM Rat**, without bath, |1j00 up With bath, SIM up. IOANNA HOTEL CO w Prep, HOTEL GRAND B0I8E'B NEWE8T HOTEL. Commercial lien'* Headquarters— Most Attractive Lo jot In the State. FRANK BLACKINGER, PROP. Strictly Modern. Popular Priesa AMERICAN CAFE 700 MAIN ST. American and Chinese dishes. Noodles and Chop-Suey our specialty. M*r To the man with moderat« means— U** Hawke* Ventilating Oaa Ra diator. Fuel only burned when heat Is needed; email Initial outlay; heat Instantly available day or night; all at th* touch of a match. Boise Gas, Light & Coke Co. S11 N. 10th. B., W. 8. 8. help win the war. CECIL & BRIDGES D. C. Ph. C. CHIROPRACTORS. • Consultation Fra*. McCarty Bldg. Phon* '91L J. M. THISSEN DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC. Consultation and Analysis Fr*«. 207-8 Yat** Bldg. Cor. 8th and'Main. Phon* 427-J. "BLAKE S INCLINE SAVES YOU MONEY." "AS YOU GO UP PRICES GO DOWN. THE BRISTOL. Soi**'* Popular Hotel. New end (tr!cti> Modern. POPULAR PRICES. DP.. H. A. OALLEGLY. THE H:F: NORTON CO., INC. 15th Av*. and Front St. NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE 81 Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Pelts, Wool and Furt. Prie* list mailed to you upon requeat Try u* with a shipment. WE BUY Bonds Title Notes Sale Contracts Unsecured Notes Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgagee H. G. MYERS & CO. 423-425 Ovarand Bldg. IN EFFECT DEC. 1. 1918 Interurban Tim* Table Boise Valley Traotion Company NORTHERN DIVISION Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton and Caldwell—7; 98, 9:00, 11:80 a. m.; 1:04, 1:00, 4:00. 8:00. 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 p. m. Lv. Bolee forJDuncan—0:00 a. a. and 4:10 p. m. ** Lv. Dunoon for Bo!**—1:21 a. a. and 6:36 p. m. SOUTHERN DIVISION. Lv. Boise for Meridian, 'Nampa .and Caldwell—4:30, 8:00, 10:00, 18:00 a. m.; 2:00, 4:00, 5:00, 0:00, 0:00. 10:00, *11:00 p. m. ■ To Nampa only. Lv. Bolee for McDermott—0:80. 10:00 (u m. and 6:00 p. m Lv. McDermott for Boise—2:45. 10:85 a. m. end 5:55 p. m. Schedule subject to allonge with out notice.