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WOULD TEMPER WIND
TO THE »NUMB
Boise Weather Man Will Send
Ont Storm Warnings Daring
Shearing and Lambing Sea
sons if Sheepmen Will Co
operate.
Provided the sheep owners will co
operate with him In the matter and
lend their support to the proposition,
Clinton F. Norquest, meteorologist, In
charge ot the United States weather
bureau In this city, will give them
ample warning of the coming of the
coming of any change in temperature,
or storm which might effect shearing
or lambing and thus cause financial
loss 'o the grower and shipper.
"Sheepmen should not undertake to
shear their sheep before a storm," said
Mr. Norquest Saturday, "unless they
can be housed and cared for properly
afterward. Sheep losses aggregating
thousands of dollars can be easily pre
vented by suspending shearing prior
to a spell of bad weather, and by get
ting the sheep Into dry, warm places
with plenty of feed and bedding. The
loss of many sheep due to exposure
after shearing Is thus prevented .even
where protection facilities are not the
best, by knowing the weather forecasts
and being governed accordingly.
"A ewe suckling a lamb or two is the
Sheepman's fastest moneymaker. Such
animals succumb very quickly to cold,
wet weather. There is seldom a spring
without at least one cold storm that
brings suffering to unprotected sheep,
weakened by lambing or naked from
■hearing, and sometimes a storm late
in the spring destroys hundreds of
animals.
"If the sheepmen are sufficiently In
terested to co-operate with me In the
saving of their sheep and lambs, I can
easily reduce their losses to a mini
mum. I would select one man in each
community. The forecast of storms
would be sent to him direct by phone
or telegram ,and he in turn would
notify those in his district.
"At present, we have several busi
ness houses and sheep firms that are
willing to handle this matter for us.
The Fall Creek Sheep company of
American Falls would be glad to han
dle it in their territory in Power coun
ty; the First National bank of Jerome
would attend to the matter in that sec
tion, and the Bank of Rogerson at
Rogerson has signified its willingness
to co-operate with us In the matter.
Of course, the weather bureaus at Po
catello, Lewiston and this city would
be glad to furnish the Information to
sheepmen desiring it.
"I would be glad to hear from indi
viduals or business houses who would
like the service, and upon receipt
a request, will be glad to give them
the forecasts during shearing or lamb
ing seasons."
THE H. F. NORTON
, CO:, INC.
15th Ave. and Front St.
NAMPA, IDAHO. PHONE 81
Dealers in Hides, Tallow,
Pelts, Wool and Furs.
Price list mailed to you upon request
Try us with a shipment.
SCHREIBER
SIDENFADEN
UNDERTAKERS AND
BMBALMERS
Finest Undertaking Eetab*
Vshmcnt and Funeral
Chapel in the Stete
P ri e sts Ambulance.
,IN EFFECT OEC. 1. 1818
* Interurbsn Tims Table
Boise Valley Traction Company
NORTHERN DIVISION
Lv. Boise for Eagle, Star, Middleton
■nd Caldwell—7:08, 8:00, 11:00
a. m.; 1:00, 3:00, 4:00, 0:00. 7:00.
0:00, 11:00 p. m.
Lv. Boise for Duhcan—8:00 a. m. and
0:10 p. m.
Lv, Duncan for Boise—8:21 a. m.
and 6:20 p. m.
SOUTHERN DIVISION,
Lv. Boise for Meridian, Nampa and
-Caldwell—0:20, 8:00, lv:00, 12:00
a. m.; 2:00. 4:00, 0:00, 0:00, 8:00,
20:00, *11:00 p. m.
•To Nampa only.
Lv. BolSe for McDermott—0:80,
10:00 a. m. and 0:00 p. m.
Lv. McDermott for Boise—1:00.
10:10 a. m. and 0:00 p. m.
Schedule subject to ohanso with
out notice.
EVERSHARP
PENCIL
«1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
9. T. LAUGHLINsoa r.AlN st.
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HALLMARK
Store
AMERICAN CAFE
700 MAIN ST.'
OmeHeee end Chinese dishes. Noodles
Chop-Suey our specialty. Mer
short orders. Music and
from 11 a. m. to 1 a. a.
Mutt and Jeff
Jeff Learns one Little Thing Each Day.
(Copyright, ltlf, by H. C. Fllherl
Trade Mark Reg. V. a Pat Ö«.
By BUD FISHÉR
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Evening Capital News
Published every afternoon and Sunday
morning at Boise. Idaho, by
LHE CAPITAL« NifiWS PUBLISHING
CO.. LIMITED.
RICHARD STORY SHERIDAN
General Manager.
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CLASSIFIED AD R/ TES.
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Minimum charge..................... 16c
Professional cards, month ....76c per line
HELP WANTED
Male
FARM HAND wanted for summer;
current wages; room and board. Ad
dress Box 67, Montour, Idaho. M15
FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN, $150-2200
monthly, experience unnecessary,
must study easy necessary instruc
tion, positions on Idaho railroads
guaranteed; send stamp. Railway
Association, Brooklyn, N. Y. M30c
JOB PRINTER WANTED—Inquire at
Job department of Capital News, tf
MEN, 18 and over, are eligible for gov
ernment clerkships, railway mail,
post office, customs, internal reve
nue, census, war risk; $100 month;
hundreds vacancies. Write for free
% particulars of examinations. Ray
mond Terry (former civil service ex
aminer) Continental building, Wash
ington. M16c
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED—By married man, age 31;
steady position on farm. Preferably
place with tenant house for family
with one child. Capital News, Box
2568. M16c
man. Phono 2825-W.
and wife. Phono 535-W.
ranch or in camp; woman to cook
State wages. Address, 2579, oar«
Capital News. M17<
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(Copyright, 1018, by E. A. RumleyJ
By GOLDBERG.
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HELP WANTED
Male or Female
HUNDREDS permanent U. S. govern
ment positions now open to men
women, 18 or over; $1000-$1600 year.
Work in your home section. No
layoffs. Short hours. Pleasant work.
Common education sufficient. List
positions free. Write immediately.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 64 N, Roch
ester, N. Y. A6c
HELP WANTED
_--
Female
WANTED—Experienced sales ladles in
ready-to-wear and piece goods de
partment; good proposition to those
who have had experience; none
other need apply. Address 2562 Cap
ital News. M12
LADY alone with baby wants woman
to help with work. Phone 2859-J. A1
WANTED—A young lady with office
experience as dental assistant. Ap
ply room 11, Falk Bldg. Ml2
WANTED—Girl for general house
work; small family, good wages. Ap
ply at 1020 Franklin st. M17
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED—To rent, furnished or un
furnished, four room modern bunga
low. close In. time lease; no chil
dren; references. Box 1375, Boise.
M17c
WANTED—To rent for one year, 5
room house or bungalow; will pay 6
months in advance; no children.
Phone 1667-R. M15
WANTED—Modern house with large
iot, or adjoining .vacant lots, in
Lowell school district. Phone 2175
W. Ml 2c
WANTED—275 or 326 gallon pressure
tank. Phone 659. tf
FRUIT SPRAYING.
See L. H. Keeth for city and country
spraying; power sprayer. Res. 1712
N. 14 th st. Phono 2857-W. M15c
WB have a buyer for a 6 and 6 room
modern home In northwest part of
city. What have you to offer? Gem
Realty Co., 518 Empire bldg. Phone
754. M12
STORAGE ON TRACK—Caldwell
Transfer Co., Caldwell, Idaho. Phone
777. M18
CALL JACK FOSTER, 1805-W for
loose hay. M12
BUY WHERE your dollar nas mors
cents. Furniture, rugs, stoves and
ranges. The Company Store, 906
908 Idaho Street. tf
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WANTED
Miscellaneous
SL Goods bought, sold and ex
changed. tf
repair; expert work; honest dealing.
Preetollte service station, 902 Idaho
St tf
trades of any kind see C. H. Bays,
Eagle, Idaho. tf
house, fine location. Phone 331 or
2624-W. M12
send to Jerry Cohn, 360 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-Wed.tf
trade for used furniture. The Jfen
kins Furniture Co., Exchange Dept, tf
Phone 68-R-4.
garden plowing and leveling a
specialty. Call Justus. Phone 1923
M. M30c
United States. No collection, no
charge. Don't be without money
that Is due you. We furnish refer
ence and bond; write or call at once
for free plan. Do it now.
NATIONAL Cl.EDITORS ASS'N.
45 Sonna Block, Boise. Ida. tf
FOR RENT
Furnished Rooms
lock Rooming House, Emmett, Idaho.
M21
FOR RENT
Housekeeping Rooms
RENT—Housekeepl
children. 908 N. 11th.
FOR RENT
Houses
Myers & Co.
H. G.
M14
painted and kalsomined; completely
furnished, including linen, water,
light and.gas; nice yard, lots of
shade and fruit. See this at .2030
Harrison boulevard. tf
"BLAKE S INCLINE
SAVES YOU MONEY."
"AS YOU GO l T P PRICES
GO DOWN.
FOR SALE?—Two teams .harness and
wagon. Plow, harrow and garden
cultivator. Phone 75-R-2. M17
FOR SALE—Used organs
$5, $10, $15,
$25; $1 down and $1 per week. Frank
Papma Music Co., 809
Bannock st.
M15
LOOSE straw delivered,
$5 a load.
Phone 4.
M15
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
ONE-THIRD interest on 1280 acres of
dredging property at a bargain; now
under bond to sell. Continental In
vestment Co., 221 Sonna Bldg. JtlS
FOR SALE—Good bicycle at a bargain.
809 Bannock. M15
..
FOR SALE—Cash grocery doing a
good business, cheap rent, living
rooms in rear, location 612 Wash
ington st., by Central school. Phone
213. M31
FOR SALE OR TRADE for cattle—3
lnch wagon, 150 locust posts, 1020
feet good lumber, spring wagon, al
most new top buggy. Phone 61-J-2.
M15C
ONE White sewing machine, good as
new, at $30. The Jenkins Furniture
Go.. Exchange Dept. _tf
ONE standing desk, size 32 Inches by
8 feet; golden oak finish, In very
good condition at a bargain. The
Jenkins Furniture Co., Exchange
Dept. tf
PROGRESSING EVERBEARING
strawberry plants, 25c per dozen; $1
per 100; $5 per 1000. W. L. Suman,
Route 1, Boise, Idaho. M15c
SPECIALS
For sale, 706 Main, Old Trusty Incu
bator, $7.50; Petaluma Incubator, $10;
Davenport, $25. Jones' Furniture Co.
M15
DINING room table, good as new, mis
sion, dark oak, $25. Oak dresser $7.
Phone 2859-J. A1
DOUBLE driving harness; new; $35.
Phone 2859-J. A1
FOR SALE—30-ton yard and a quar
ter dipper, Ohio steam shovel; also
80 horsepower boiler; both in first
class condition. J. A. Hoskins, Onta
rio, Oregon. M18c
FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean
old newspapers; 100 in a package;
suitable for under carpets, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc.; 26o a bun
die. Capital NewB office. t
FOR SALE—Spring seed rye, at 4
cents a pound In good sacks. Walter
Batzel. Payette, Idaho. M19c
v un sau. —A few cundies ot clean
old newspapers, 100 In a package,
suitable for under carpents, starting
flrss, pantry shelves, etc., 25c a bun
dle. Capital Newa tf
FOR SALE
.. Miscellaneous
SEED WHEAT.
FOR SALE—Bluestem seed wheat,
$3.60 per 100, sacked.
J. A. GALLAHER,
Opp. Garfield school, south Boise.
Tel 1289-W.
A4c
FOR SALE—Loose hay.
delivered.
Phone 1857J.
tf
IDAHO NATIVE HERBS—Whitehead
Drug Co., Boise, Ida.
tf
FOR SALE—Pool table, 4x8 regulation
size, Vermont slate bed, with bottle,
balls, cues and racks, cloth and parts
In fine shape. Priced extremely low.
Address 1 2564, care Capital News.
M13
FOR SALE CHEAP—Oxide-acetylene
welding outfit with two tanks, over
head crane, steam tube, vulcanizing
machine, ' heavy chain block, light
chain block and pneumatic hammer,
drill and hold on with 60 ft hose.
Noble Motor Car Co. M14
OLEOMARGARINE.
Gold Coin Margarine and Mari
gold Nut butter from factory
to c ustomer, delivered fresh
every week. Not sold in stores. A
delicious, pure food product. Phone
2801. M14c
BUSINESS OPPORTUNTIE8
BRANCH MANAGER WANTED for
old established Chicago concern. Wo
furnish full stodk of goods, advertis
ing matter, and equip store com
pletely, in good location, all at our
expense and pay you $40.00 a week
salary, in addition to liberal share
of the profits your store earns. Work
can be started in spare time. No
investment or previous experience
necessary to secure this position. If
you are a hustler and want an op
portunity to make $5000 to $15,000 a
year we want you and will pay you
well from the start. Send me your
application today. S. Levy, Mgr.,
Department 669, Como bldg., Chi
cago, 111. M16c
FOR RENT
Country Property
FOR RENT—40 acres of stubble
ground, 3*4 miles south of Beatty
station, 10 miles from Boise. Write
Charlie Clauson, Route 4, Boise.
Ml 2c
WANTED TO RENT—Good ranch, 80
acres, more or less; can give good
reference. A. Wilson, Letha, Ida.
M14
Jankina Furnitur m C o mpany
11th and
-®M con St*.
Phono 559
FOR SALE
Livestock
FOR SALE—60 head of good red stock
cattle, carload of steers. Ross Oliver,
New Plymouth, Idaho. M17c
FOR SALE—Young calf. Townsend.
Riverside station. M13c
FOR SALE—Black Jersey heifer; also
half-black Jersey heifer, bred. In
quire 3022 Resseguie. M16c
BIG COW SALE at Boise Public Auc
tion, Saturday, March 15th. 13th and
Grove Sts. Phone 2181-J. Frank S.
D'Amant, sale manager. M15
REGISTERED Shorthorn bulls and
Shire stallions; three draft mares
and four lighter horses; sows with
pig, shoats, and a grain drill Dr. G.
E. Noble. A8
NEW ZEALAND rabbits, I bucks, 12
does, including my winners at bar
gain prices. Hutches free with rab
bits. E. T. Smith, Phone 2780. M12c.
FOR SALE—Team of work mares.
See E. M. Jackson, Ustick. M15c
I HAVE a few choice Red and Roan
Registered Shorthorn Bulls, Iowa
fed yearlings and 2-year-olds. Gil
bert Hoskins, Middleton, Idaho. Mil
FOR SALE—Black Perchsron mare;
weight 1400. Inquire East Eml
Broadway, Meridian. M19c
FOR SALE—3-year-old colt. Phone
65-R-l. M5
FOR SALE—Little pigs. Phone 27-R
3. F29
FOR SALE at less than half value, If
sold before 1 go to California: 6 Im
ported registered Percheron (ton)
mares, 7 and 8 years old; 10 stallions.
2 to 4 years; 1 registered Black
Mammoth Jack, nearly 16 hands, 1200
lbs., and 9 inch bone, 5 years; 1 2
year-old registered Jack from above.
What have you got to trade? I to
2 years' time at 8 per cent. Let
them pay for themselves. P. A. Sor
ensen, I. X. L. Stock Ranch, Meridi
an, Idaho; 6 miles straight south
Cloverdale school. Home Mondays.
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays
after church. • tf
THERE will be an extra fine bunch of
Jerseys and red DuAiam milk cows
for sale at the Farmers' corral, March
10; mostly fresh and coming fresh,
within 10 days; also a nice lot of
calves. Johnson, 623 S. 13th st.
M12c
FOR SALE cheap, registered Durham
bull. Phone 1108-W. M16c
FOR SALE cheap, pedigreed and util
ity New Zealand Red and Rufus Red
rabbits. Address E. E. Taylor, 1113
Eastman st., Boise. Phone 1592. Ml6
YOUR choice or all mixed dairy hard,
Holstein and Guernsey fresh, milk
ing and springing. P. O. box 296,
Meridian. D14o

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