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MOUND 1
BOISE VALI
.EY lOOP
Nampa Agent
HALLY WILSON
Phene 4M-W.
J. R. STOTT*
REPORTER ;
Phene 6-R-4, Belee
Oaldwell Agent
K. MILLER
Phenee 452R er 38
SENTIMENT DIVIDED
Nampa OratorB Stage Interest
ing Debates on Nation
League Covenant.
-,____ ,, , „„ .
Nampa, March 12 —A diversity of
sentiment regarding the league of na
tlons developed at last nights meet-j
lng of the Forum of this city, advo
cacy for and opposition to the league
being of similar proportions. Attorney
G. W. Lqfison, Attorney C. W. Mul
lins, Fred Davis and F. E. Stone spoke
in advocacy of the league, while its
present draft was attacked by Attor
ney A. L. Anderson, C. A. Glougie and
W. D. Potter.
All speakers expressed a desire for
some form of a league, but those
speaking against the present draft de
clared that It possessed features which
menaced the best Interests of the Unit
ed States, and which must be elimi
nated before it would be acceptable to
its citizens. It is probable the discus
sion of the subject will be continued
In order to develop a thorough under
standing of the declarations of the
league covenant.
COWELL RANCH SOLD
Nampa, March 12.— J. H. Cowell has!
■old, his well improved U) acre farm
northwest of town to J. C. Mitchell of
Idaho Falls, the consideration being
*10,000. Mr. .Mitchell will immediately
move to his newly purchased ranch
and make extensive Improvements
upon it, with a view to making it one
of the most modern dairy ranches in
this section of the state.
MERIDIAN
Meridian, March 12.—Mrs. Harry
Tolleth and daughter, Charlotte, left
today for Falrbury, Neb., having been
called there bÿ the serious illness of
Mr. Tulloth'R fat lier. Mr. Tolleth and
their other daughter, Dorothy, went to
Fairbury last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J."R. Bell moved today
into the new residence on First street
which they but recently completed.
Charles Williamson was u Nampa
visitor today.
Mrs. Earl Gilbert and children, who
have been quite ill, are reported to be
much improved.
Otis Rife was a Boise visitor yester
day.
Grant Drake spent yesterday in
Boise.
Glenn Deininger, agent at the local
interurban depot, who has been quite
ill, has recovered and is able to re
sume his work.
STAR
Star, March 12—Mr, Thurber of
Boise was here Monday on business.
The Auxiliary of the Red Cross met
Tuesday afternoon in their rooms
over the bank.
Mrs. Rhodenlnck of Middleton was
here Monday on business.
Rev. and Mrs. Brock have moved to
their home in Charkston, Wash.
Mrs. Charles McDowell was a shop
per in Boise Tuesday.
There will be a memorial sermon
preached Sunday morning at the,
Methodist church at 11 o'clock, for
Priwnte Fred MeMellin who was killed
In action in France Nov. 1C. .
Mrs. T. J. Kliügler made a business
trip to Caldwen Wednesday.
The P. T. circle will meet at the
school house Friday afternoon. An in
teresting program will be given.
NAMPA
Nampa, March 12.—Bert Black of
Boise, representative of the Oakes
Wholesale Grocery company, transact
ed business in the city yesterday.
John LCsh was a Caldwell visitor
today.
A. West of Pocatello is a business
visitor in the city.
Andrew Lounsbury, the well known
politician of Albion, is a visitor here.
R. N. Stanfield of Stanfield, Ore.,
the big sheepman ,1s looking after
business interests In the city.
C. H. Keer of Boise spent yesterday
here.
Charles Black of Baker City, Ore.,
Is a vistor in the city.
A. L. Selby of Melba looked after
business affairs here yesterday.
Ed Bohannun was a Boise caller
yesterday.
E. V. Fuller of Melba spent yester
day here. . |
C. A. Prouty of Boise, the represen
tative of the Swift Packing company,
was a business visitor in the city today.
A. J. Howd was a visitor to Boise
today.
Ma says
Dad is a
lot mor*
cheerful
mornings
we've had
PostToasti
IASTIES
SAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE
The Most Popular and Up- ta -Data
QtfVti |n
v Pirat Ctèee had* Fountain.
IXetfD MAHDEN A DICK HOPMAN
HORSE AND MULE CO. TO
BROADEN BUSINESS SCOPE
Caldwell, March 12.—To meet the
rapidly growing demands of this city
as a livestock center, an enlargement
of its business and facilities is being
made by the Caldwell Horse & Mule
company, which has taken over the
name andNbusiness of the Idaho Union
Stockyards coippany, under which name
_.the local company will operate. The
; capital stock of the new company, the
nrtieles of Incorporation of which are
to be flIed toBayi , r $500 000 . j ts off!
ccrs are: president, John Smead; vlce
| president, W. F. Howard ; secretary,
F G Hoffman. The old company has
a reputation of having established the
greatest horse market in this city west
of Grand Junction, Colo., and through
its active business has given this city
a large reputation. The officers of the
new company are recognized as being
among the strongest business men of
the Boise valley.
COLLEGE COURTSHIP TO
CULMINATE IN WEDDING
Caldwell, March 12.—A romance
which had its beginning in the College
of Idaho will be culminated this even
ing at 8 o'clock through the marriage
at Parma, at the residence of tue bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fisk, of
0 ' A - «h««™". secretary of the Com
rnorc,aI club of this city, and Miss Klmn
Grace Flsk - Both are «raduotoa of the
CoIleKe of ldaho * nd are "*tr«!m<.ly
po|,ular in the soc l al clrcles ° r clt 5'
j" er T en L ony w111 Performed ».y
!, Dr ' W ; d ' Boone ' President of the Col
les:c of Idaho *
CALDWELL.
Caldwell, March 12—Judge J. A.
Elston was a business visitor t<* Boise
yesterday.
Attorney T. S. Jackson transacted
legal business in Emmett today.
C. A. Fisher of.Boiso, of-the federal
reclamation service, spent yesterday
here.
Mrs. It. A. Thornton and little
nephew. Bill Sasser, viBltei in Nampa
yesterday.
Attorney James Boofte transacted le
gal business in Nampa today.
Miss Alberta Ishatn who Is attend
ing a commercial college in Boise is
visiting here .this week with her par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Isham.
Attorney Clarence Hill transacted
legal business in Boise yesterday.
Frank Stephens, the Nampa loan
man, looked after business Interests in
Ute city yesterday.
Dr, J. W. Hamer of Middleton was
a professional visitor in the city yes
terday. •
Dr. J. A. Young was a professional
visitor to Weiser yesterday.
Jfiss Jessie Snodgrass visited In
Boise yesterday. -
The birth of a girl baby Is reported
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Montelth.
Bay Mitchell of Parma was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
LAKE LOWELL.
I,ake Lowell. March 12.—TV. H. Bus
sard, who left Saturday for Illinois on
account of the death of ills sister, is
expected home in a week or two.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Reed and Jeas
Froman and little son Charles, spent
Sunday with W. J. Walls and family
Mr. Chambers, representing a Chi
cago book firm, was in the district Sat
urday visiting the members of the
school board.
Mrs. Harding, of tho Caldwell Red
Cross, wishes it announced that there
Is a great deal of knitting to be done
for the refugees.
The Lake Lowell school program
which was given Saturday night was a
great success. The school made about
$34.50 off of the boxes.
Word has been received from Alva
Peters that he has safely landed in
New York and expects to be home
soon.
Mrs. S. H. Peters, Irene Blanksma
and Louise Wright attended a shower
Saturday afternoon at the home of
jj r3 Chrtstlforn.
Miss Florence Glbbens la still quite
ill at Aer home.
Zelotes French, of Caldwell, spent
Saturday and Sunday at the ho.ne -.1
W. Spear and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hampson and
daughter Viola, spent Sunday at the
l^pme of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boland.
Mr. and Mrs. Nell, of Caldwell, spent
Sunday with W. A. Adams and family.
C. C. McGlllin's little daughter is sick
with pneumonia.
Mrs. Earl Davis has gone to Good
ing on a visit.
MIDDLETON
Middleton. March 12—The Middle
ton Co-operative club met Monday
night at the hall and planned for a
big reception to be held at the hall
Monday night, March 24 In honor at
all of the local returned soldiers. Sev
eral more of the boys from overseas
will be In town by that time. Dr.
Hamer was appointed chairman of the
entertainment committee. This Is ex
pected to be one of the largest gath
erings ever held In Middleton.
A seven pound daughter was born
to Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Ashmun, Sun
day, March 9.
J. E. Hurn has rented 'A ranch near
star and moved there the first of the
week.
C. H. Burns was ca)led to Portland
Sunday to see his wife who Is In the
sanitarium. Carl Rutledge is deliver
ing the mall on route 1. during Mr.
Burns' absence,
Edgar Smyser of the .Missouri com
missary transacted business in Boise
Monday.'
Mesdames S. P, Baker. Prank
Crockett and F. O. Chaasy attended
IF KMEtS ICI
BID THE SILTS
Says Backache Is Sign Ton
Have Been Eating Too
Much Meat.
When you wake up with backache
and dull misery 1n the kidney region It
generally means you have been eating
too much meat, says a well known au
thority. Meat forms uric acid which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to filter it from the blood and they be
come paralyzed and loggy. When your
kidneys get, sluggish and clog you
must relieve them, like you relieve
your bowels; removing all the body's
urinous waste, else you have backache,
sick headache, dizzy spells; your stom
ach sours, tongue Is coated, and when
the weather is bad you have rheuma
tic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full
of sediment, channels often get sore,
water scalds and you are obliged to
seek relief two or three times during
the night.
Either consult a good, reliable physi
cian at once or get from your pharma
cist about four ounces of Jad Salts;
take a tablespoonful In a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts Is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
llthia, and has been used for genera
tions to clean and stimulate sluggish
kidneys, also to neutralize acids In tho
urine so It no longer irritates, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salts is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It Is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, effer
vescent lithia-water drink.—Adv.
the meeting of the Women's Burbank
Federation held at Caldwell Saturday.
Sergeant Jesse L. Rutledge re
turned Saturday from Cascade where
he spent last week visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Kurtz moved to
Notus Monday where they have
rented a ranch. ''
Mrs. J. D. Cox has been quite ill the
past week, threatened with pneu
monia.
The year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Crockett has been HI the last
few days.
Emmett Crist has purchased the
Samuel Johnson house and lots in the
Weiber addition.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Murphey and
Miss Myrtle Murphey of Caldwell were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keys
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson are visiting in
Boise this week.
Mrs. Blucher and son from Wilder
are visiting with Mrs. Blucher's sister,
Mrs. Lee Smith.
Miss Louella Mason was unable to
l>a mt sctlool Monday baoausa of Ttl
ness. Mrs. H. E. Powers substituted
for her.
Mrs. Frank Muter is confined to her
home because of illness.
Ira Barker had his right arm broken
Monday afternoon when a mule kicked
him.
C. H. Bays, the real estate man, of
Eagle, transacted business in town
Tuesday,
KUNA.
Kuna, March 12.—Horace Montgom
ery, who spent several months here
last fall, the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
D. R. Hubbard, and his uncle, F. H.
Teed, died Monday at Hastings, Neb.
His body will be taken to Spencer,
Iowa, for burtal. Heart trouble was
the cause of his demise. He was 48
years old and the last of his immediate
family. He was born at Stony Brook,
Wis.
Mrs. W. H. Wilson Is entertaining
her brother, from California.
The preliminary work for D. R. Hub
bard's new house has been started.
Dr. Coleman has returned from his
eastern trip.
OREENLEAP
Greenleaf, March 12—Mr. Lyons and
daughter, Mrs. Fred Hecker, of Myers
Falls, WaBh., are guests at the H. E.
Chamberlin home.
Miss Cleole Harris, who has been
visiting her brother in Oregon the past
month, arrived home last week.
Mr. Levering-Benedict and bride re
turned last week from Tacoma.
Miss Jessie Peterson of Parma Is
visiting at the Ralph Hlnshaw home.
Willard Ragsdale, who has been in
France since September, in the
Friends reconstruction work, has re
turned to Greenleaf.
Mrs. Jones of Riverside, formerly
Miss Ruth Stillwell, was a Greenleaf
visitor Saturday.
Mrs. McAnnich was pleasantly sur
prised Saturday afternoon by a few of
her friends and pupils, the occasion
being her birthda.q.
Private Kelly Coleman from Camp
Lewis, Wash., is 'spending a 30-day
furlough In Greenleaf.
C. J. Antrim was a. business visitor
Friday.
Miss Margaret Brown, who has been
out ot school on account of sickness,
returned to Greenleaf Monday.
Private Breech is visiting at the
home ot his uncle, Wade Tucker.
The Wilder high school baseball
team met defeat at the hands of the
Seminary team Friday afternoon,
■core, 7 to 3 in favor the the Seminary.
Miss Hulda Winslow entertained the
members of her Sunday school class
at her home Friday evening. Other
guests were the class teacher, Mr. C. J.
Antrim, Mrs. Antrim and Miss Olive
Ramsey. .
Mis*«Marie Elliott and Miss Yjla
Carter of Boise were Greenleaf visi
tors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hull and two younger
children are sick with the flu.
Sebum Harris who has been sick
for some time is still confined to hts
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher of Deer
Flat were Greenleaf visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Cox. and the
Mieses Olive Ramsey and Velma Cox
were guests at the Clayton Grown
home Sunday.
SHERMAN AND MILLER
BUY HARDWARE STORE
Caldwell, March 12.—The W. F.
Maxey hardware store In this city has
been purchased of W. F. Maxey by G.
A. Sherman, secretary of tho Commer
cial club, and Dean Miller. The new
propretors, who are both popular
young men of this city, have already
taken charge of the business. Mr
Sherman has tendered his resignation
as secretary of the Commercial club
but his successor hao not been selected
by the board of directors.
FILES DIVORCE PLEA.
Caldwell, March 12.—A suit was filed
in the district court late yesterday
afternoon by George Aionza Sturm
against Elizabeth Ellen Sturm, upon
the grounds of desertion. The couple
were married at Nampa, April 14, 1905,
and according to the allegations of
the complaint, the plaintiff was desert
ed by the defendant March 7, 1918.
LICENSES TO WED.
Caldwell, March 12.—A marriage li
cense was Issued today to G. A. Sher
man of this city and Elma Fisk of
Parma. A marriage license was issued
yesterday afternoon to Ralph Glandon
and Abbie Willis, both of Parma
MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS
New York, March 12—Prices were
generally irregular at the stock mar
ket opening today. United Steel
opened at 97 H, off %; Reading 86Mi,
up %; Marine preferred, 107%, off %;
Mexican Petroleum 88%, off %. Union
Pacific, 131%, up %; Baldwin, 88%,
up %; General Motors, 181, up %.
GRAIN.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, March 12.—Although gralh
futures on the Chicago board of trade
opened sharply higher today, the gains
were wiped away shortly after the
start, due to a belief that prices are
now so high that cautious traders will
no longer care to accumulate stocks.
Weather was favorable for hauling.
Provisions were higher.
March corn, opening late at 11.43%,
up %c. later lost lc. May corn, up %c
at tho opening, *1.38%, was %c lower.
July corn, opening at $1.33, up l%c,
subsequently sold lower at *1.32%.
March oats, opening late at 63Hc, up
Tic. later sold l%c off. May oats, up
He at the openjng, 64%c, subsequently
was off %c. July oats, up at 63%c,
the opening, later lost the fraction it
gained.
LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO
Chicago, March 12.—Hogs—Receipts
15,000; 50 higher. Butchers, $19.655
iJcwtilnsn, tlB.aO&ia.SS; light,
*19.25(5)19.65; pigs, $17.00518.25; rough,
*17.50®18.25.
Cattle—Receipts 5000; market higher.
Beeves, *[email protected]; butchers and
Stockers, *7.00(515.75; canners and cut
ters, [email protected]; Stockers and feeders,
$8.25(515.25; cows, $7.00515.75; calves,
$17.50518.00.
Sheep—Receipts 8000; market higher.
Wool lambs, $15.25519.75; ewes, $6.00
514.15.
OMAHA
South Omaha, March 12.—Cattle—
Receipts 6300; market steady. Steers,
$13.75518.75; cows and heifers, $5.50®
15.00; stockers and feeders, $7.005
15.751 calves, [email protected]; bulls and
stags, $9.50511.00.
Hogs—Receipts 17,700; market 50 to
75c higher. Bulk of sales, $18.605
19.15; top $19.35.
Sheep—Receipts, 6900; market 25 to
85c highe.r.* Yearlings $16.50517.00;
wethers, $13.00514.50; lajnbs, $18.355
19.35; ewes, $12.00513.00.
KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, March 12—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 7500. Market 10515c higher.
Steers, 18519; cows and heifers, 95
14.50; stockers and feeders, 125 16.50;
calves, 10514.60. ,
Hogs—Receipts, 13.000. Mark)
50c higher. Heavy, 19019.35; medium
18.90519.30; light, 18.35 5 19.
15c higher. Lambs,
[email protected]; stocken
17.00.
[email protected];
PORTLAND
and heifers, [email protected]; good
choice, [email protected] 10.50; medium to good.
ers, $7.00 @10.00.
Hogs—Receipts 175; market s
Prime mixed, $17.505*17.76; in
mixed, $17.25® 17.50; rough, ]
$15.50516.50; bulk, [email protected]
ium lambs, $13.50514.50;
311.00512.00; wethers, $
ewes, $6.60 5 10-30.
PRODUCE.
New York, March 12.—Flour
unchanged.
Pork—Strong; mess, 5000.
Lard—Neglected, normal;
west, spot, $28,00528.10.
-Firm,
All Issues Bought and told
Keep your Liberty Bends if you
ean. If you must sail tham, sail to
no. Wo pay markat prlos lasa small
brokarags and transportation charge.
Regietor your Bonds to us. Cheoke
mailed to out of town cuotomere tho
day Bonds ara received.
High A Frltollman Company
9th *-Main Sts. Boise. Idaho
1
$7.28; refined, quiet; cut loaf, (10.50;
crushed, $10.25; powdered, $9.15; gran
ulated, $9.00.
Coffee—Rio No. 7, on the *pot, 10
Tallow—Steady: city, 8%; special. 9.
Hay—Steady; No. 1, $1.75; No. 3
$1.35 5$1.45.
Clover—$1.15 51.55,
POTATOES.
Chicago, March 12.—Potatoes—80
cars. Wisconsin and Minnesota, $1 50
51,75.
LOCAL MARKETS.
The wholesale prices are the prices
paid by the dealer for the produot
quoted, except on oreamery, cube bu'..
ter and cheese.
WHOLESALE PRICES.
Livestock and Poultry.
Cowa per owt....... « ..........0.5058
Steers, per owt. ................$8510
Choice hogs, per cwt........$15515.50
Medium hogs ..............314.50515
Heavy hogs .................... $14.0».
Mutton, per lb„ lva weight..'....9510c
Hens, per lb........................22c
Duclui, live weight, per lb.........,20c
Turkeys, live weight, par lb........30c
Fry chickens, lb...................25c
Wholesale quotations by Mutual
Creamery Co.:
Butter fat, per lb.....................
Milk for butter fat, per lb.........E4c
Creamery butter, per lb...'........61c
Fresh ranch eggs, per caae $10.60511
Retail Prices.
Beats, per bunch ................. .15c
Carrots, per bunch ..............13 %c
New Onions, per lb....................
Lettuce, per head ......15c, I for 25c
Parsnips, per lb....................Jo
Celery, per bunch .............5510c
Green on Iona, par bunch............5c
Radishes .......................ioc
New cabbage, per lb............5c5»c
Rutabaga tvrnlps, lb................3c
Potatoes, 10 lbs.......................
TOO LATE TO OLA8SIFY
CALL that man Dick when selling
furniture. He has a machine and
will call promptly. Standard Ex
change store. 12th and Main. Phono
<88. uu
WHEN you want to sell your furni
ture call 745W. . tl tf
FOR SALE—Piano, 300 East Jefferson.
. U M13c
MASQUE BALL at Star March 17.
Huntsberry orchestra. Supper both
hotels. Tickets $1.10. Good time as
eured. t IM16
LIBERTY BONDS CASHED—Keep
your bonds If you can. If you must
sell, get all you can. Get my price.
Sell to me by mall through bank.
Write or call tf. A- Hanan, 245
Sonna block, Boise. tl-tf
WANTED—To contract cement work.
Phone 1021. tlM18c
NETTED GEMS, excellent potatoes,
$1.65 delivered. Phone 16-J-l.
U M12c
WILL sell modern bungalow at half
price. Write 2559, care of Capital
News. u tf
WANTED—To buy a bungalow. Write
2558, care Capital News. tl tf
WANTED—Parties to attend the dance
at Meridian Thursday evening, March
13. Kaeser orchestra. , UM13
WANTED—For the big stampede
opening engagement, Carthage Fail
Grounds, Cincinnati, Ohio; for two
weeks, beginning May 30th. Cow
boys and girls, and Blanket Indians,
also Stock, Cowboys, Band, and
Arena Director. Prizes from One
Thousand to Two Thousand Dollars
for a scries of four weeks. Address,
Block and Ryan, managers. Room
30. Wiggins Block, Cincinnati, Ohio.
' Mar 6-8-12-15-19-22-26-29c
WANTED—Work by the hour or by
day by competent woman. Phone
2388 -W evenings. M14c
WANTED—To buy 25 or 30 acres, with
small house; close to car link and
within 6 miles of Boise. Phone 843
J. M14c
FOR BALE—Buffet, sectional book
case, lifeless cooker. Cali phone
2384-R or 1117 N. 19th St. M13e
FOR SALE CHEAP—One acre In Em
mett with three-room houae, garage,
outbuildings; also a light transfer
business earning $200 month. P. O.
Box 233, ErametL M18c
FOR SALE—Two-year-old Alley, broke'
to work. 1205 N. 22nd. M18c
FOR SALE—One mule; sound and
gentle; work or saddle, $55; no trade.
1118 River St. M14c
FOR SALE—First class milch cow;
gives high percentage of cream; a
bargain for quick sale; also 6
month calf. Phone 2780. M12c
FOR SALE—Model 29 Bulck; Just
overhauled; $250 cash takes 1L Ad
dress 2573 care Capital News. M14c
TAKEN UP—About 10 days ago; bay
mare, 14 or 16 years old; ons white
left hind foot; no brand. Phone 63
J-2. H. D. Goodman, Route 2, Boise.
M140
TRAPNESTED Rhode Island White
eggs. $2.50 per setting; chi« mature
in 6 months. 1610 North 16th. M18c
WANTED—A woman or girl for gen
eral housework on a farm In Garten
valley. Call 2276-W. M18
WANTED—To buy bicycle from own
er with war saving stamps. Apply
Table Queen bakery. Mli
WANTED—To buy from owner, small
modern bungalow. Phone 1895-J or
address Box 3572 Capital News.
M18
for SALE—Barred Plymouth Rock
hens and pullets. No culls. Mall In
quiries Box 1396 Boise. M14
FOR SALE— Furt iUser. Phone 1206-M.
Mil
LOST— A large pearl «ax screw at
Majestic theater or on the street.
Kindly call 1I01-J. mi
TOO LATE to olamify
HERE is one of tho boat 43-acres In
the Melba country, good 4-room
house, barn, tool house, granery.
This land lays good for Irrigation
and is of the beat of soil. No rock,
close to ditch, government wtRer.
Price $500«. Terms.
CUSHMAN & ZEIGLAR,
Nampa, Idaho. M23
7« acres In the Franklin district. This
place Is fenced and cross fenced!
four-room house, stable, granery;
other small buildings. If you' are
looking for a place with small pay
ments let us show you this place.
Phylls water, four miles from Nam
pa. Price $9000. $1000 cash.
CUSHMAN &, ZEIGLAR,
Nampa, I(Jaho. M22
LOST—March 7. between Nampa and
Caldwell, a tire chain and 30 x3%
Ajax tire on rim. Reward. F. H. Hos
tetter, Nampa. M18
LOST—Black handbag, between cor
ner Pine street and State highway.
Meridian. Contained baby clothes.
'Phone Charles Kooken, 740, Meri
dian, or leave at Meridian Times of
fice. M13
ONE new Empire, 2 single unit milk
ing machine for sale. Used only ten
days. Will sell at a bargain. A.
Shrnke, Nampa,, R. F. D. (No. 1, or
J. S. Hulbert dairy ranch. M18
LEGAL NOTICES.
ANNUAL 8TATEMENT FOR PUB
LICATION.
Synopsis of annual statement of the
Continental Life Insurance Company of
Salt Lake City in the State of Utah,
on the Slst day of December, 1918,
made to the Insurance Commissioner
of the State of Idaho, pursuant to law:
Attorney to accept service in this
state, Insurance Commissioner.
CAPITAL
Amount of Capital Stock
paid In cash ..........$ 208,875.00
INCOME
Premiums received dur
ing the year In cash .. . 697,850.66
Interest and dividends
received during the
year..................
Received from other
sources...............'
133,883.63
19,150.97
Total income .........$ 850,385.26
DISBURSEMENTS
Losses paid during the
year..................$ 304,847.40
Dividends paid during
the year to policyhold
ers ...................
Amount all other expen
ditures ...............
81,687.16
252,704.36
Total disbursements ...$ 578,738.92
ADMITTED ASSETS
■nans on bonds and
mortgages ............$
State, city, county and
1,509,276.01
other bonds .... r......
Other loans, secured, on
98,826.87
policies...............
Cash on hand and in
350,526.53
bank .................
Net premiums in course
of collection and trans
128,181.41
mission...............
Accrued and past due In
64,442.36
terest .................
67,209.05
Real estate .............
148,264.18
Other assets............
22,965.60
Total admitted assets .$ 2,379,691.01
LIABILITIES
Amount of unpaid losses $ 88,275
Amount reserves all out
standing risks Compa- /
ny's standard Am. Exp.
table of mortality 3%
per cent per annum ... 1,905,729.00
All other liabilities..... 146,704.14
Total liabilities.......3 2,140,708.53
RECAPITULATION
Total admitted assets ...$ 2,379,691.01
Liabilities exclusive of
capital stock ......... 2,140,708.53
Surplus to policyholders. 238,982.48
Total insurance in force
December 31st, 1918 .. 20,080,796.00
BUSINESS DONE IN IDAHO
Total risks written dur
ing year........... - $ 693,325.00
Total premiums received
during year .......... 120,818.99
■Total losses incurred dur
ing year.............. 82,418.56
Total losses paid during
year .................. 19,932.79
Total risks outstanding
In Idaho, December 31,
1918 .................. 3,586,096.00
State of Utah )
)ss.
County of Salt Lake )
F. O. Frick, Secretary of above com
pany, being duly sworn, deposes and
says that he Is the above described
officer of said company and that the
foregoing statement of the general con
dition of said company, on December
31st, last, is correct to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
CONTINENTAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY.
By F. O. FRICK, Secy.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th day of February, 1919.
V. L. SANFORD, Notary Public.
(Seal)
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR PUB
LICATION.
Synopsis of annual statement of the
Montana Life Insurance Company of
Helena, In the State of Montana, on
the 31st day of December, 1918, made
to ths Insurance Commissioner of the
State of Idaho, pursuant to law;
Attorney to accept service In this
state, insurance commissioner of the
state of Idaho.
CAPITAL
Amount of capital atock
paid in cash..........t
INCOME
Premiums received dur
350,000.00
lng the year In cash . .$
Interest and dividends
received during the
773,261.69
year..................
Received from other
119,181.06
sources ...............
79,003.97
Total Income .........3
971,397.73
DISBURSEMENTS
Losses paid during the
year...........•......*
Dividends paid during
the year on capital
239.690.1»
stock.................
Amount all other expen
S3, «00. 00
LEGAL NOTICE.
dltures
406,890.84
Total disbursements 670,670.94
ADMITTED A88ETS
Loans on bonds and
mortgages...... „....$ 1,313,883.04
State, city, county and
other bonds .......... »76,281.97
Other loans, secured •
(policy) .............. 129,754.61
Cash on hand and in
bank ................. 252,773.43
Net premiums in course
of collection and trans
mission .............. 64,138.21
Accrued and past due In
terest ................ - 46,676. OS
All other assets less non
admltted assets....... 181,452.10
Total admitted assets.$ 2,253,940.03
LIABILITIES
Amount of unpaid losses $ 103,155.00
Amount reserves all out
standing risks Compa
ny's standard Amer.
Exp. table of mortality,
3% per cent per annum 1,311,632.00
Capital stock .......... 250,000.00
Surplus ................ 286,911V. 32
Total liabilities .......$ 2,253,940.03
RECAPITULATION
Total admitted assets ...$ 2,253,940.0$
Liabilities exclusive of
capital gtock ......... 1,717,029.71
Surplus to policyholders 636,910.32
Total insurance in force
December Slst, 1918 .. 21,813,856.00
BUSINESS DONE IN IDAHO
Total risks written dur
ing year..............$ 213,024.00
Total premiums received *
during year .......... 16,029.55
Total losses incurred
during year........... 2,000.00
Total losses paid during
year .................. 2,000.00
Total risks outstanding
in Idaho, December 31,
1918 .................. 658,648.00
State of Montana )
)ss.
County of Lewis )
and Clark )
J. W. Miller, secretary-treasurer ot
above company, being duly sworn, de
poses and says that he is the above
described officer of said company and
that the foregoing statement of tho
general condition of said company, on
December 31st, last, is correct to the
best of his knowledge and belief.
J. W. MILLER.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th day of February. 1919.
F. A. HOWARD.
Notary Public for the State of Mon
tana, residing at Helena, Montana. My
commission expires May 11, 1920.
(Seal)
ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR PUB
LICATION.
Synopsis of annual statement of the
West Coast-San Francisco Life Insur
ance Company of San Francisco, In the
State of California, on the 31st day of
December, 1918, made to the Insurance
Commissioner of the State of Idaho,
pursuant to law:
Attorney to accept service In this
state, Insurance Commissioner.
* CAPITAL
Amount of capital stock
paid in cash .........$ 250,000.00
INCOME
Premiums received dur
ing the year in cash ..$ 1,842,808.08
Interest and dividends
received during the
year..................
Received from other
sources...............
207,426.67
47,003.86
Total Income ........$ 3,097,238'. 51
. DISBURSEMENTS
Losses paid during the
year..................$ 476,629.46
Dividends paid during
the year to policyhold
ers ................... 855.41
Amount all other expen
ditures ............... 1,360,399.03
Total disbursements ..$ 1,737,883.90
ADMITTED ASSETS
Loan» on bonds and
mortgages ............$ 1,169,881.77
State, city, county and
other bonds .......... 1,678,699.27
Bank and other stocks .* 19,065.00
Other loans, (ecured .... 724,476.14
Cash on hand and In
bank ......... 111,063.95
Net premiums In course
Of collection and trans
Ul.ssion .............. 201,787.29
Accrued and past due in
terest ................ 67,373.26
Real estate............. 46,905.50
Miscellaneous .......... 132,265.89
Total admitted assets .$ 4,131,517.81
LIABILITIES
Amount of unpaid losses 3 107,554.84
Amount reserves all out
standing riBks Compa
ny's standard table of
mortality, 3% p.er cent
per annum ........ 8,242,708.07
All other liabilities..... 483,574.07
3,833,836.98
297,680.91
353,500.00
17,618. i2
6,343.36
d
5,343.31
Total liabilities.......* 3,333,836.93
RECAPITULATION
Total admitted assets ...$ 6,131,517.89
Liabilities exclusive of
capital stock .........
Surplus to policyholdsrs
Total insurance in force
December 31st, 1918 ... 34,867,688.00
BUSINESS DONE IN IDAHO
Total risks written dur
ing year..............$
Total premiums received
during year ..........
Total losses Incurred
during year ..........
Total losses paid during
year.................. .
State of California )
)ss.
City and County of San )
Francisco )
Bernard W. Ford, Asst. Secretary ot
above company, being duly sworn, do
poses and says that he is the above
described officer of said company and
that the foregoing statement of the
general condition of said company, on .
December 31st, last. Is correct to the
beet ot his knowledge and belief.
WERT COAST-SAN FRANCISCO
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
BERNARD W. FORD,
Asst. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before ma
this t7th day of February, 1919.
GRACE CAMPBELL.
Notary Public in and tor the City
and County of Ban Francisco, state
df California. My commission expires
Aug. 10, mi. (BeaU

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