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TELLS EXPERIENCES Popular Boise Boy Returns Home After Over Year's Ser vice on Foreign Soil—Gives Many Interesting Episodes. Sergeant Kendrick Johnson, son of Henry Z. Johnson, returned home Sat urday, smiling and happy to get back, yet glad that he took the step of man hood on June 22, 1917, and participated In over a year of service on foreign ■oil and battle fronts. He enlisted In the motor transport Corps through the Boise recruiting sta tion, and after but a few weeks of training left New York for England. He landed at Liverpool, from there went to Southampton and from that port, left for France. After reaching France, be was given charge of a large motor truck and later was placed In command as truckmastér of several of the gasoline carriers. Te was all over France and saw action in nearly every battle, emerging without a scratch. "It was 'scary* the first time I took that truck out with a load of grub," said Kendrick. "We had to go at night because Fritz had a habit of shelling the roads at regular intervals. Bvery few feet that first trip I expected to hear the whir-r-r! bang! of one of those big chunks of metal, and go homo to father in an envelope, but I got through all right. And after that I didn't mind it a bit—several trips I went down with my truck through one of Fritz's little strafes when they were hitting the road in front, behind and on both sides of me with big shells. EXCHANGE OF COURTESIES 'Those French like the Yankee boys. You can have anything they've got if you're a Yankee soldier. I used to ■neak sugar iRid coffee down to a mid dle-aged woman whose husband was a poilu, and In return for therfl she would get me up the best home cooked meals I ever ate. After eating, I would en deavor to teach her and her 16-year-old son the game of pinochle. Right here, let me state, too, that a lot of Yankee boys are getting married and going to stay there. One old regular army ser geant married the widow of a poilu with a fine business, and today he sits by the cash register and watches the money come In. He should worry. There are going to be many opportun ities for Yankee boys over in France with the country needing men to make business and run It. "Talk about fighters! Individually, one Yankee is good for three square heads! As mass fighters they are all right, but when It comes to every man for himself, they holler 'Kamerad!' The Yanks, particularly those of the regu lar army, got deaf after the first en gagement, and couldn't hear 'em when they shouted their surrender word, so there were a large number of Huns went out of this vale of tears In a hurry as a consequence. We didn't have time to bother with 20 or 30 of them surrendering—it was easier to get rid of them In another way. There were three fighters over there the Ger mans were afraid of—the Canadians, the Yankees and the Slnegallse. "The Sinegalese are big burly fel lows, black as the ace of spades. They gave 'em guns and they threw them ■way—all they wanted was their own knife, about 24 Inches long, somewhat curved, and the way they did business to the Hun with those stickers was a caution. They didn't know what fear SPIES IN CAMPS "We had spies on all sides. One day ■n officer came into a trench and let on he was a gas inspector. The alarm •gas, alert' was given. Each man was supposed to put his mask on his chest for Immediate action, and all did so. The officer wore his on his hip. As he . passed a sentry, that gent took him to task for disobedience of orders, and the officer tried to excuse it, saying, 'Oh, that's all right.' He then stnrted to walk away; the sentry took him in to the P. C. and they found he was a German officer In Yank's clothes. He didn't -know what the 'alert' position was, and sought to bluff the sentry. "I was In Paris when the armistice was signed, and it* was great. Same way when President Wilson came. Girls would climb up on the big boche guns In the Place do la Concorde and sol diers would drag them around town, ■tnging. Every corner had 50 girls on It, and when a soldier came along, he • got mobbed and had to kiss the whole crqwd. PRAISE FOR THREE "Right here let me tell you some thing. If It hadn't been for the Red Cross, the Knights of Columbus and the Salvation Army, your soldier boys would have had no care, no attention, no magazines, no tobacco, no gum, no hot coffee, no doughnuts or anything else that helped to comfort him a bit. Those three organizations worked day and night, and if a fellow wanted cig arettes and didn't have the price, ft was all right, he got them. The three organizations did wonderful work over there. "Certainly I'm glad to be back, but I wouldn't have missed the big show for W whole lot!" Land Board Proceedings Boise, March 3.—The state board of land commissioners of the-state of Ida ho met this day In regular session. Request of Independent school dis trict No. 28 for waiver of the state's preference right to purchase issue of school bonds was submitted to the board. Whereupon It was moved, sec onded, and unanimously carried, that the application of district No. 28, Cald well, for waiver of the state's right to purchase bond Issues of 360,000, and ■Iso bond Issue of $15,000 be granted. Mettle J. Powell of Kuna appeared before the board with reference to ap plication for renewal of farm loans In the name of Metta J. Powell for $2500, and Thon^as J. Ellis for $500. It was moved by superintendent of public in struction, second, voted upon and car ried, that the loans be renewed upon the payment of all back Interest and that the abstract covering the land be brought down to date and approved by the attorney general. It was moved by Attorney General ltlack, seconded, voted upon and unani mously carried, that the register notify State Timber Cruiser Ben Bush by let ter that In the future when appraise ments of timber are requested that he shall also furnish an appraisement of the land and hts personal recommenda tion as to whether the timber should be sold without the land or whether the land should be sold Including the tim ber. and that this be a general rule of the board, and that the register upon receiving such information, plat the same on the plat of the ground in the register's office. It was moved by Attorney General Black, seconded, voted upon and unani mously carried, that the appraisement made by the state timber cruiser, Ben Bush, on the following lands be ap proved: w>4 NE14. NEli NEt4. S'* NW14, section 16, 19 north, 1 west, and that he be authorized as the represen tative at the land board to advertise and hold the sale thereof and that he send in his form of notice for signa ture by the register or land commis sioner. A communication was received from Ben Bush. It was mdvod, seconded and unani mously carried, that the register notify Mr. Bush to make a, tentative settle ment of said trespass, keeping in mind the laws in trespass cases, aud the ex tra compensation for trespass when discovered over and above the regular compensation, and recommend such settlement as he thinks should be made. It was moved, seconded, and carried that the register notify Mr. Bush rela? tive to the above communication that Well Give You 20c in Aluminum Mold values, for every end label you send us this week from a package of Jiffy-Jell. The end label must be the one which mentions the flavor. See picture. The flavor must be either Loganberry, Pineapple, Lime or Mint. Labels on our other flavors count for 10 cents each, but the four flavors mentioned count for 20 cents each. Think of that. Each Jiffy-Jell package costs I2y 2 cents. Yet the end label is worth 20 cents this week toward these molds. Address Jiffy-Jell, Waukesha, Wis. Jid-jki loga "•«Kb* Just peel off that end label which mentions the flavor, and mail it to us this week. Send ail the labels you wish. See our mold offers below. We Pay Women Who Will Try Our finest Jiffy-Jell Flavors Loganberry Our finest berry flavor. There are four flavors in Jiffy-Jell which are particularly delight ful. Two are dessert flavors — Loganberry and Pineapple. One is Lime-Fruit flavor, for salàds. One is Mint, for garnish jell. This remarkable offer is made, for one week only, to induce every home to try them. We are making each 12^-cent package worth 20 cents on our pure aluminum molds. ' Fruit Essences Sealed in Glass Jiffy-Jell fruit flavors are made from the fruit itself. They are essences condensed from fruit juices. They come sealed in glass vials—a bottle in each package—so they keep their fresh-fruit taste. The flavors are rich and abundant. We use half a pineapple to make the flavor for one Jiffy-Jell dessert. We use 65 big Logan berries to flavor another. So Jiffy-Jell desserts are real-fruit dainties. They have all the delights, all the healthfulness of fruits. That is where Jiffy-Jell differs so vastly from the old-style gelatine dainties. You Can Buy These Molds This Week With Labels . See Our Offers at Side of Coupon Individual Dessert Molds Six Will Servo a Fall Package 12%c Per Dinner Pineapple A favorite fruit flavor Lime Fruit Makes a tart, green salad jell Jiffy-Jell comes ready-sweetened, in proper color and acidulated. You simply add boiling water, then the flavor from the vial, and let cool. One package serves six people in mold form, or 12 if you whip the jell — all for 12*/£ cents. Think of that for a rich, fruity dessert • —less than a fruitless pudding costs. And the ten fla vors give you variety. Also Salads Lime-fruit flavor makes tart, green salad jell. Serve with your salads or mix the salads in before cooling. Or mix in meat scraps and make a delicious meat loaf. Mint flavor makes a garnish jell, rich in fresh-mint flavor. Serve with roast lamb or cold meats. You Need Them ■ You need these real-fruit dainties at this season. Everybody needs fruit daily. Here you get it in the finest form at very little cost. Learn what it means to you. ^Accept the offers we make below. It will introduce our finest flavors to you. After that, you will serve Jiffy-Jell in some form at least three times weekly. And you will know a new delight. ^ 'f 'mm VÄ '•'i< <1 I !«<!"; ' I Tl I Tii Vegetable Salad Mold—Style—D Sarve» a Pint Jiffy-JeU Salad Mint For garnish jell Jifly-Jew For Desserts and Salads The new-type gelatine dainty • I 10 Flavors in Glass Vials A Bottle in Each Package Loganberry Pineapple Mint Lime Strawberry Raspberry Cherry Orange Lemon Also Coffee Flavor 2 Packages for 25 Cents Fruit Salad Mold—Style—E Serve» a Pint Deeeert or Salad Also Pint Dessert Mold—Style—B] Heart Shaped—Like Style S Above Also Pint Dessert Mold—Style—C Pla ted Like Style « Above ■ This WéèkV The end labels ahown at top are accepted at 20c each on theae molda, if they bear the name Logan berry, Pineapple, Lime or Mint. Label* from other flavors count for 10c each. All molds are pure aluminum. Individual Dessert Molds as pictured are valued at 10c each. They come in aseorted styles. Six of them will serve a full package of Jiffy-JelL Send labels for aa many aa you want. Vegetable Salad Mold-— Styl* D — it valued at 50c. It holda a six-portion salad—one pint—mad* with Lime Jiffy-Jell and vegetables mixed in. .The six indentations mark our aix individual servings. Fruit Salad Mold — StylelE—hold* a one dessert made with one package of Jiffy-JalL vaine is 50c. "ÇÏÏ Mold Offers Pint, Dessert Mold—Style B—-is heart shaped, like Style 5 at top. It aerves a full package of Jiffy-JelL Value 50c. Pint Deeeert Mold—Style C—is fluted, like Style 6 at top. It serves a full package. Value, 50c. State in the cappon the molds you want Send labels as pgPour offer to cover the value as stated. For instance, three labels worth 20c each on this offer will briim six Individual- Dessert Molds. But h takes aix labels worth 10c each. Yon can sand Ubela to pay for all the molds yon * Out If your grocer le ont of the flavors you want, you can send the labels next week. If you prefer not to send labels, send grocer's sales •lip, showing amount of your Jiffy-Jell purchase and the flavors. ( 433 ) MAIL THIS Jiffy-Jell, Waukesha, Wis. I enclose......labels from Loganberry, Pineapple, Lime or Mint, to apply at 20c each on molds. Also..... .labels from other flavors to apply at 10c each. I want the following molda: ....Individual Dessert Molds, assorted, value 10c each. ... .Vegetable SaUfl Mold, Style — D — value 50c. ....Fruit Salad Mold, Style — E —value 50c. ....Pint Dessert Mold, Style—B—value 506. ....Pint Dessert Mold, Style—C—value 50c. Name Address........................ .........................* APPLY POSLAM STOP ALL WORRY OVER SICK SKIN The use of Poslam for skin disorders should be your trustworthy, health-aiding habit. When you are distressed by ec zema or other itching trouble remember that Poslam supplies at once a soothing, cooling influence to aggravated skin, that it stops the fiery itching, that it exerts concentrated healing power, working quickly and energetically to rid your skin of its evil condition. Moreover, Poslam will not, can not, injure and it takes only a little to prove its benefits. Sold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories, 243 West 47 th St., New York City. Poslam Soap is a daily treat to tender skin. Contains PoBlam__Adv. he ascertain accurately the amount of timber that has been cut or removed by this trespass from the aforesaid lands and that he arrange such tentative set tlement for the securing of such dam ages for said trespass and refer the matter to this board for approval. Application of T. A. Meeker for re linquishment of his present grazing lease, and new application for five year lease on the same, land was pre sented to the board. Whereupon, It was moved, seconded, voted upon and carried, that under the present rules of the board such lease could not be granted at this time, but if Mr. Meeker will relinquish his lease prior to Nov. 1 and file new application for lease, then the board will re-lease the land In the usual manner provided by law. At this time D. E. Rathbun of Idaho Falls, appeared before the board with reference to the action of the United States government »in refusing to grant patent for list No. 20 which has been held for cancellation, said land com prising lands In the Huston Canal com pany's- project at Darlington. Butto county, Idaho, and suggested to the board that, In his opinion, the request of the government was unfair and that the land board should take some ac tion to furnish further information to the United States government with ref erence to said matter with the Idea of having them withdraw their objection to the granting of patent, and with ref erence to preventing the cancellation of said list. It was moved and seconded that the land board request the state engineer to furnish the land board with all in formation that he has concerning this matter and that if said information is sufficient on which the board can act that it take such action, and if not suf ficient, the land board instruct Its state engineer to make additional report, and in tho meantime this board shall im mediately secure, If possible, an exten sion of time from the government with reference to the demand made by the government In letter of Feb. 25, 1919, such extension to be for 90 days' period and that the register Immediately pre pare on behalf of the land board such application for extension and forward the same to the department. Carried. Contracts of Claud R. Black and Mart Martensen under tho Darlington Land and Irrigation company's project were approved by the board, and the register Instructed to make proper record thereof. The following farm loans were al lowed : W. H. Vaughn, Caldwell, $2000. Katherine Karn, Parma, $2500. E. B. Karn, Parma, $2500. Edwin B. Karn, jr„ Parma, $2500. Myrlal Karn, Parma, $2500. The farm loan application of F. E. DO YOU NEED A KIDNEY MEDIOME? Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not recom mended for everything, but If you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble, It may be found Juat the medicine you need. Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be cause ItB mild and Immediate effect Is soon realized In most cases. It Is a gen tle healing herbal compound—a physi cian's prescription which has proved its great value In thousands of the most dis tressing cases according to reliable testi mony. At druggists' In large and medium size bottles. You may have a sample size bottle of this always reliable preparation by Parcel Post, also pamphlet telling aliojt it Ad dress Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N Y„ and enclose ten cents, also mention the Boise Daily Capital News.—Adv. Kaufman, Caldwell, In the amount of $1850 was denied by the board upon the recommendation of the appraiser. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty deeds: Jarod J. Byers and Katherine M. Mc Clellan nee Byers, to Nellie J. Netsehe, $5 and o. iv. c.; 37.5496 acres in NWH section 6-3-2 E. Jarod J. Byers and Nellie J. Netsehe to Katherine M. McMillan nee Byers, $5 and o. v. c.; 51.5962 acres In NW^4 section 6-3-2 E. Nellie J. Netsehe and Katherine M. McMillan nee Byers, to Jarod J. Byers, $5 and o. v. c.; 9.919 acres in lot 5, section 6-3-2, Ë.; also part of lot 6, section 31-4-2 E. Daniel R. Hubbard et ux. to James R. Musselman, $10 ftnd o. v. c.; lot 8, block 26, townsite of Kuna. J. A. Martin, bachelor, to Roy Mus selman and Errol L. Webb, $800; lots 15, 16, 17, Kuna home tracts, a sub division of N>/4 NW>4 section 20-2-1 W. Elizabeth Otten. widow, to W. H. McCoghutn, $2478.65; wly. «6.685 acres of NE 14 section 9-2-1 W.; also com. at point of Intersection of E. & W. % section line of said section 9, with E. line of O. S. L. R. R„ thence E. 901.6 feet; thence 8. 1002 feet, thence NW 1346 feet to beg. Robert L. Tarter et ux. to James F. Nlccolls, $i and o. v. c.; NW14 and S % NWÎ4 section 10,4-2 E., sub ject to mortgage to John H. McGough. John H. McGough, single, to James A. Paxton, $1 and o. v. c.; lots 3, 4, 5, 6, block 6, Daly addition. J. W. Broce et ux. to Mary E. Towne, $1200; 12 acres In S^4 SE\4 section 9-4-1 E. CHIROPODY AND ELECTROLYS IS. Room 312, Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm strong. Adv. if. WEATHER CONDITIONS OVER THE COUNTRY Shippers' Forecast, Protect shipments during the next 36 hours against tho following mini mum temperatures: Going west to Baker, 26 degrees; east to Pocatello, 26 degrees. Minimum temperature at Boise tomorrow about 28 degrees. Weather Conditions. The principal disturbance is cen tered over the west gulf states this morning and from this a trough of low pressure extends northeastward across the Mississippi valley and lakes re gion. East of this depression warm weather for the season prevails, but to the west the field of high pressure has caused a rapid fall in temperature in Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, Ne braska, and Colorado. A storm center off the north Pacific coast is causing precipitation along the Oregon-Wash ington coast and in northern Cali fornia. 1 DON'T HAVE GRAY'HAIR It's Easy to look Young and Fascinating by Use of ''La Creole" £• "La Creole has made me look IS years yownjrr." No woman should bo handi capped socially by Kray or faded hair. Every woman owes It to herself to look her best and avoid the appearanoa of coming age. Gray, streak ed with gray, or faded hair makes many a woman look old before her time, and gray hair is so very unnecessary. LA CREOLE Ijlalr Dressing is the 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, streaked with gray, or faded hair to lte youthful beauty and lustre. LA CREOLE 'Hair Dressing will not stain the scalp, wash or rub on, or leaye the hair with that greasy or dyed appear ance. You apply it yourself by simply combing or brushing it through the hair before retiring, and the results will de light you surprisingly. LA CREOLE is sold by Joy Drug Co. and all good drug stores and toilet count ers everywhei^. Price $1.00.—Adv. SCHREIBER S1DENFADEN UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS Finest Undertaking Estab lishment and Funeral Chapel in tha Shat« P ri v at » Andndanoa THE H.F. NORTON CO., INC. 15th Ave. and Front St. NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE SI Dealers In Hides, Tallow, Pelts, Wool and Furs. Price list mailed to you upon roquost Try us with a shipment. Pacific MEMBER National FEDERAL RESERVE Bank SYSTEM. CAPITAL $300,000.00 ........ ■ - — ^ Emmett Auto Stage Offiaei 112 N. t welfth. 12-PA88ENGER CADILLAC. Daily Sohedulai Laava Bolae ..............«ilg».*. And ......................... p. m. TRASK BROTHERS. AUTO STAGE LINES. Phona No. 2. Cffioei 112 N. 12th 8t. WE BUY Bonds * Title Note* Sale Contracts Unsecured Notes Chattel Mortgages Real Estate Mortgages H. 0. MYERS & 00. 423-425 Ovorand Bldg. "BLAKE S INCLINE SAVES YOU MONEY." "AS YOU GO TP PRICES GO DÇWN. Second Hand Goods of ell kinds bought. Highest prie* ptM. Call Phene 301-J. People's Fumit're Store tOli Mala Street.