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Evening Capital News
Published every afternoon and Sunday
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HELP WANTED
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WANTED—A delivery boy. Apply 311
S. 8th. Ml"c
WANTED—Man with good team to
farm piece of grain land near city.
Address 2584, care Capital News.
MITc
WANTED—Tractoi and thresher sales
man, experience necessary. Apply T.
J. Keelen, 418 S. 9th st. M22
FIR E.V1KN, BRAKEMEN. JIT,0-1200
monthly, experience unnecessary,
must study easy necessary instruc
tion, positions on Idaho railroads
guaranteed; send stamp. Railway
Association, Brooklyn, N. Y. M30c
TEAMS AND MEN WANTED at
Homedale, Idaho. 20 teams and 10
single handed men for ditch work.
Wages *6.50 per day for teams and
*3.ï6 for men. Apply to J. W. Sliep
perd, Homedale, Idaho, or J. H.
Lowell, Caldwell, Ida. M20
WANTED—Factory representative for
the world's biggest little automobile
is at Dewey Palace Hotel, Nampa,
looking for representatives with some
capital to handle cars. Address J. E.
Carr, Dewey Palace Hotel, Nampa,
Idaho. M22C
JOB PRINTER WANTED— inquire at
Job department of Capital News, tf
HELP WANTED
Female _
WANTED—Competent help for gen
eral housework; wages $40. Phono
1948. M17
WANTED—A woman or girl for gen
eral housework on a farm, in Garden
valley. Call 2276-W. MIS
WANTED—Girl for general house
work; small family, good wages. Ap
ply at 1020 Franklin st. M17
HELPW ANTED
_ Male or Female
HUNDREDS permanent U. S. govern
ment positions now open to men
women, IS 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 X, Roch
ester, N. Y. A6c
SITUATIONS WANTED
CAPABLE and experienced woman de
sires position as housekeeper In good
home. 1715 N. 9th, Boise. MISc
HALF INTEREST in a promising
quartz claim; terms. Address 2582
Capital News. M21
WANTED—By man and wife, work on
ranch or In camp; woman to cook.
State wages. Address, 2579, care
Capital News. M17c
WANTED—Position on tajrm as house
keeper for old lady and gentleman,
no children. Capital News Box 2578.
_ M2 P C
FOR8ALEORTRADE
MIGHT take good Boise home In ex
change for nice Portland home, 5
room house, lot 180x242; 65 bearing
cherries, apples, pears, walnuts, etc.;
all kinds berries, grapes, ornamental
shrubs and roses; near Reed college,
high, grammar and parochial schools,
churches. Owners only. 2586, Cap
ital News. MISC
WANTED
Miscellaneous_
WANTED—Spring pasture or range
for about 100 head of cattle; must be
convenient to Hois*' Valley and good
feed till about May 15. Address Box
2683, care Capital News. M18
KELLOGG hauls trash, try him at Ea
gle Commissary. Phone 357-W. M23c
WANTED—To buy from owner, mod
ern bungalow; state cash price. Ad
dress Box 2585, Capital News. M18c
WANTED—A few good vacant lots, be
tween Harrison blvd. and 22nd st„
and Ressegule and Irene. Give loca
tion and cash price. Address 2688
care Capital News. M18
WANTED—To rent, 5 or 6 room mod
ern unfurnished bungalow with ga
rage; not particular as to distance;
Would lease for year. A No. 1 refer
ence given. Phone 1786. M31
WANTED—To rent furnished or part
ly furnished house, will lease for
year If necessary. Address 2581, care
Capital News. M21
WANTED—Pasture for 16 head of cat!
tie, near Boise. Phone 1575-M. M U
RAW furs—For best prices bring or
send to Jerry Cohn, 8(0 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-W«d.t/
Mutt and Jeff
Jeff Wasn't Qonna Take Any Chances With This Guy.
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Trade Mark Reg. U. & Pat. OS.
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WANTED
Miscellaneous
FOR dirt, sand and manure hauling,
garden plowing and leveling a
specialty. Call Justus. Phone 1923
M. M30c
WE pay the highest price In cash or
trade for used furniture. The Jen
kins Furniture Co., Exchange Dept. t£
WANTED—Building lot on Fort, Hays,
Franklin or Washington streets;
state location and cash price. Ad
dress Box 2574 care Capital News.
Ml 9c
WANTED—To sell 100 head of two
• and three-year-old steers! 50 head
of yearling steers, 25 head llry cows
and 25 head cows and calves. Neil
Commission Co., Nampa. M31
BAD debts collected anywtiere In the
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.
245 Sonna Block, Boise. Ida. tf
RED CLOVER seed wanted. Phone
795-J. M27
FARMERS' Union Water stock, one or
two shares. Call W. Scott Neal.
M19c
WANTED—To rent, furnished or un
furnished, fourwoom modern bunga
low, close in, time lease; no chil
dren; references. Box 1375, BoIsp.
Ml 7c
WANTED—275 or 325 gallon pressure
tank. Phone 559. tf
FRUIT SPRAYING.
See L. H. Keetii for city and country
spraying; power sprayer. Bes. 1712
N. 14th st. Phone 2857-W. M22
BUY WHERE your dollar bus more
cents. Furniture, rugs, stoves and
ranges. The Company Store. »06
908 Idaho Street. tf
WANTED—To buy bicycle from own
er with war saving stamps. Apply
Table Queen bakery. MIS
HAVE buyer for 7 or 8 room modern
houses, close in. What have you to
offer? Also 5 or 6 room modern
house. Gem Realty Co., 518 Empire
bldg. Phone 754. M17
BEAL'S second-hand store, 618 Main
St. Goods bought, sold and ex
changed. tf
WHEN looking for real estate or
trades of any kind see C. H. Bays.
Eagle, Idaho. tt
WANTED—Batteries to recharge and
repair; expert work; honest dealing.
Preslollte service station, 902 Idaho i
tf
BOOBS ABROAD IN 1919 —The Whole American Population of Europe Tries to Get on Every Boat Sailing for Home.
(Copyright, 191 * by K. A. RumleyO. By GOLDBERG.
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IS k POOrriOMS OF
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FOR REHT
Furnished Rooms
LARCH front sleeping room, suitable
for two. 1213 Bannock. M22c
GOOD ROOMS and beds—Go to Port
lock Rooming House, Emmett, Idaho.
M21
FURNISHED sleeping room at 911
Franklin st. M21
FOR RENT
Country Property
❖ FOR QUICK RESULTS *
* *
List your farms and city proper- *
❖ tics with us.
❖ HIGH & FRITCHMAN CO. *
❖ Main Office, 9th and Main, Boise. *>
"Asls about us." tf *1»
FOR RENT
Housekeeping Rooms
A, SUITE of housekeeping rooms.
Phone 1380-W. 511 Vâ Main. M31
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms; $10 per mot. ill. 1418 W. Jef
ferson. Phono 1059-J. M20
LOST
DOST—Pair of child's glasses in black
case, between 1512 Franklin and
Whittier school. Finder return to
1512 Franklin and receive suitable re
ward. Ml 8
LOST—March 7, between Nampa and
Caldwell, a tire chain and 30 xSV*
Ajax tire on rim. Reward. F. H, Hos
t etter, Nampa. Ml8
LOST—On Feb. 24 or 25 one cash book
and day book and one small ledger.
Reward for return to 309 E. Ban
nock. M19
LOST—Auto chain between Fairview
school and Eagle; leave at Selby's,
store. Eagle. Reward. A417c
LOST—A 32x4 used Goodyear diamond
tread tire, mounted on rim; notify
Boise Auto Market at 9lh and Bann.
Phone 444. M31
LOST—Black leather wallet contain
ing $45 and a few English, French
and German coins. Retvard. Return
to Capital News. A118c
A POLICE DOG, year old, brown color,
wolfish face; got away with chain
and collar on. Finder phone 66".
Reward. Alls
i
EVERSHARP
PENCIL
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
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Store
J. T. LAUGHLIN 802 » Ai» * 7 .
FOR 8ALE
__Miscellaneous
PROGRESSIVE EVERBEARING
strawberry plants, 25c per dozen, *1
per hundred, »5.00 per thousand. W.
L. Seaman, Route 1, Boise, Idaho.
M22C
DAINTY small oak writing desk. 211
N 9th. . Ml7c
FOR SALE—Canned fruit and pickles,
also two large milk cans. Phone 1423
W. Ml"
FOR SALE—Piano; also Harley-Da
vldson motorcycle. Call 300 E. Jef
ferson. M17c
FOR SALE—Female canaries, $1. Beu
la Call, Nampa, Route 2. M16
FOR SALE—Everbearing strawberry
plants. Phone 88-J-4. M21c
STYLISH hats at $5 and up. Nelson
Millinery. tf
DOUBLE driving harness; new; $35.
Phone 2859-J. Al
A BARGAIN in a used piano. Phone
1848-W or call at 1324 State st. M16c
FOR SALE—Medium weight saddle
and bridle, practically new, $40. Call
410 So. 13th. M20C
FOR SALE—30-ton yard and a quar
ter dipper, Ohio steam shovel; als(
80 horsepower boiler; both in first
class condition. J. A. Hoskins, Onta
rio, Oregon.
FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean
old newspapers; 100 In a package;
suitable for under carpets, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc,; 25c a bun
dle. Capital News office. tf
FOR SALE—Spring seed rye, at 4
cents a pound in good sacks. Walter
Batzel, Payette, Idaho.
FOR SALE—A few bundles of clean
old newspapers, 100 In a package,
suitable for under carpents, starting
fires, pantry shelves, etc., 25c a bun
die. Capital News. t
FOR SAI.E—Barley. Phone 55-R-3.
FOR SALE—Furtlllzer. Phone 1204 -AI
AI 18
FOR SALE—Loose hay, delivered.
Phone 1857J.
Drug Co., Boise. Ida.
JONES FURNITURE CO.
706 Main Street.
SPECIALS.
5 second hand rugs.
2 Davenports.
1 kitchen cabinet.
1 Jewel range.
2 dressers.
2 chiffoniers.
1 round dining table, 6 chairs.
2 beds, 2 springs. Ml»
FOR SALE
_ Miscellaneous
FOR SALE CHEAP—One acre in Em
mett with three-room house, gurage,
outbuildings; also a light transfer
business earning »200 month. P. O.
Box 233, Emmett. M18c
FOR SALE—Two teams .harness and
wagon. Plow, harrow and garden
cultivator. Phone 75-R-2. M17
LOOSE straw delivered, »5 a load!
Phone 4. M15
ONE White sewing machine, good as
new, at »30. The Jenkins Furniture
Co., Exchange Dept. tf
ONE standing desk, Bize 32 inches by
8 feet; golden oak flnish, in very
good condition at a bargain. The
Jenkins Furniture Co., Exchange
Dept. tf
DINING room table, good as new, mis
sion, dark oak, »25. Oak dresser »7.
Phone 2859-J. . Al
FOR SALE—Large size Toledo ball
bearing tricycle, practically new.
Phono 634 -J. M20
ONE new Empire, 2 single unit milk
ing machine for sale. Used only ten
days. Will sell at a bargain. A.
Shrake, Nampa,, R. F. D. No. 1, or
J. S. Hulbcrt dairy ranch. MIS
FOR 8ALE
Poultry and Poultry Supplies
FOR SALE—21 Rhode Island Red
chickens; fine stock. 1222 E. State.
Phone 772-J.
TRAPNESTED Rhode Island White
eggs, $2.u0 per setting; chix mature
in ti months. 1610 North 15Ui. M18c
THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
eggs from prize stock. J. H. Hopff
garten, Boise. Phone 2166-.7. Al
THOROUGHBRED single comb brown !
Leghorn eggs, »5 a hundred, 15 eggs !
*1, 30 eggs »1.85. Phono L Smlteh- j
ger, Boise, Idaho, route 2. M26 j
FOR SALE—2 Blue Andalusian j
cockeiels—a few Barred Rock
cockerels—these are choice stock
and reasonable in price—also a few
eggs for setting. Francis L. Cook,
901 Cleveland blvd., Caldwell, Ida.
M30
FOR SALE—Buff leghoru egg», 81.50
a set. Phone 2408-R. M19
S. C. WHITE Leghorn Eggs for hatch
ing from select trapnested layers, i
Awards at Boise show three seasons.
»2.0(1 a setting, »9.00 »er 100. Chicks
»9.00 per 50, *17.00 per 100. Archie
M. Larson, R. F. D. No. 3, Welser,
Idaho. tf
SINGLE COMB Rhode Island Red
eggs from thoroughbred stock, for
hatching, *1.50 per setting. Phone
183S-J. Apr20
FOR 8ALE
and Poultry
THOROUGHBRED trapnested single
comb White Leghorn egge for hatch
ing; also some cockerels for sale.
Phone 2679-W. Call Tilg N. 20th. M18
FOR SALE—Barred Rock eggs for
hatching. Phone 1226-J. A6
EGGS for hatching—White Wyandotte
12, *3 and »5; Buff Orpingtons, »2;
White Leghorn, »1.50; also baby
chicks. Sherman Poultry Ranch, Call
61-R-3, Boise. A3
FOR 8ALE
Automobiles
FIVE passenger Overland crank start
er, cheap, fine running order, »275;
property Jas. Stott estate. Phone
2859-J. Al
Dodge touring, newly painted.
1918 Alaxwell touring, A-l condition.
1918 Ford touring; almost new.
1916 Alaxwell touring, rebuilt.
1917 Ford touring; fine shape.
Overland roadster, a real bargain.
Chalmers six, a splendid buy.
Maxwell ton truck; worm drive.
Ford truck; a snap.
Terms if desired.
BANNOCK MOTOR SALES CO.,
1012 Grove St., Boise, Ida., tf
DODGE touring, neatly painted; 1918
Maxwell touring, A-l condition; 1918
Maxwell touring, rebuilt; 1917 Ford
touring, fine shape; Overland road
ster, a real bargain; Chalmers Six,
a splendid buy; Maxwell ton truck,
worm drive; Ford truck, a snap.
Terms if desired. Bannock Motor
Sales Co., 1012 Grove st„ Boise, Ida.
tf
1916 BUICK, 7 passenger, six, repainted
and overhauled in good condition.
Sims Co., 516 Main. tf
1916 REO 5-passenger, 4-cylinder, all
overhauled and repainted; new top;
this is a good buy. Sims Co„ 516
Alain. tf
SEVEN passenger Chandler, perfect
conditioln. Phone 1944-W. M21
FOR SALE—One Ford touring car,
good condition. Sims Co., 516 Main.
tf
USED cars for sale, anything fron» •
Ford to a Cadillac. We have snap«
and can save you money. Room 209,
AlcCarty Bldg. tt
ONE 1918 Mlcbell club roadster, almost
new; good tires; run about 6000
miles; price la right. Sima Co» 616
Main. tt
GRANT-SIX Machine Shop will put
your auto or truck in tip-top shape.
Full equipment to overhaul all mon
els. Expert workmanship. Reason
able prices. 206 to 212 South Tentn
street. tf
FOR SALE
Livestock
FOR SALE—2 hetfers 13 and 16 montha
old. Phone 28-J-4. M17G
FOR SALE—1800-pound mare and
yearling colt. Phone 1729-W. M17o
FOR SALE cheap, registered Durham
bull. Phone 1108-W. M16a
FOR SALE—One fresh milk cow, with
heifer calf. Phone 14-R-ll. M21o
FOR SALE—Jersey heifer (registered
sire), coming two, will freshen In
July. Also Jersey heifer, 7 months
old. Price for both »65. Phone 20-R-2.
M21
I HAVE a few choice red and roan reg
istered Shorthorn bulls, Iowa bred
yearlings and two-year-olds. Gilbert
Hoskins, Middleton, Idaho. M21o
GOOD brood sow and three pigs cheap:
Phone 84-J-12. M20a
FOR SALE—Young Jersey male calf,
»5; good stock. Phone 27-R-3. M19
FOR SALE—Two-year-old-filley, broke
to work. 1205 N. 22nd. M18o
FOR SALÉ) —60 head of good red stock
cattle, carload of steers. Ross Oliver,
New Plymouth, Idaho. M17c
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. AS
FOR SALE—Black Percheron mare;
weight 1400. Inquire East End
Broadway, Meridian. M19c
FOR SALE at less than half value, If
sold before I go to California: 6 Im
ported registered Percheron (ton>
mares, 7 and 8 years old; 10 stallions,
2 to 4 years; 1 registered Blade
Mammoth Jack, nearly 16 hands, 1200
lbs., and 9 Inch bone, S years; 12
year-old registered Jack from above.
What have you got to trade? X 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 soutli
Cloverdale school. Home Mondays,
Wednesdays, Fridays and- Sundays
after church. tf
FOR SALE—3-year-old colt. Phono
66-R-l. MS
YOUR choice or all mixed dairy herd,
Holstein and Guernsey fresh, milk
ing and springing. P. O. box 296,
Meridian. D14o
PERSONAL
I WILL NOT be responsible for any;
bills contracted by my wife. Stell.-*
King, after Alarch 13, 191». Signed.
E. C. King. M19a

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