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Nampa Agent
Caldwell figent
Phon* 488-W.
Phon* S-R-4, Sols*
Phenes 49?R-or 88
Canyon County Silo Inspection
Trip Successful Venture ; Will
Boost That Industry.
Caldwell, March 22—The two-days'
■Ho excursion, conducted through tho
farming communities of Canyon coun
ty Thursday and Friday of this week,
under the auspices of the Canyon
county farm bureau, was a highly suc
cessful affair and It is believed that a3
a result there will be an increased con
struction of silos the present year.
Leading livestock men of tho county
hold that silage can be fed with profit
to beef cattle as well as to dairy cattle
and a movement will be launched to
conserve silage for both purposes with
a view to reducing the cost of feeding.
More than 20 silos were constructed In
the county last year and several times
this number will probably be built this
year. Dairymen declare dairying can
not be engaged in with the fullest mea
sure of profit without the utilization
of silage as a factor in economical feed
Caldwell, March 22.—A marriage li
cense was issued yesterday afternoon
to Elmer Cummings of Nampa and
Vera Groves of Meridian.
Nampa, March 23.—A. S. Funk trans
acted business in Caldwell yesterday.
L. F. Blddick was a business visitor
to Caldwell yesterday.
C. It. Ilickey, the local real estate
man, looked after business In Boise
Mrs. Frank Huber of ITstlck visited
friends in the city yesterday.
Miss Grace Whitlock of Meridian vis
ited here yesterday.
, Miss Era Shepherd visited in Boise
Mrs. G. S. Dean visited In Boise yes
H. L. Endsley was a Boise visitor
Mrs. E. F. Hutcheson visited here
Miss Christine Shields visited Boise
friends yesterday.
W. A. Pleasants transacted business
in Caldwell yesterday.
J. W. Blickenstaff, who underwent an
operation the first of the week. Is re
ported to be progressing nicely.
Miss Gertrude Neilson lias returned
from an extended visit in California.
Captain C. E. Watson arrived home
yesterday from Camp Humphreys, Va.,
where ho has been under military
training the last eight months.
F. B, Anson of Boise is visiting In the
B. W. Bickert, manager of the Ma
jestic theatre, is transacting business
in Seattle this week.
Caldwell, Mart'll 22.—J. A. l^aknesa
of Boise, of the Mountain States Tele
phone company .transacted business
in the city yesterday. '
Mrs. John L. Davis Is visiting in
Portland with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Connors.
Miss Edna Askey is reported quite
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Whittlg: have
returned from Florida, where they
spent the winter.
H. S. Jenkins and family have moved
to a farm near the city from Emmett.
J. R. Shepperd is a business visitor
to Portland this week.
Mrs. Frank Lund lias returned to
her homo at AVeiser after a visit of
several days in the city.
Clarence Van Deuscn of Boise, for
mer state auditor, was a business visi
tor in the city yesterday.
George Dement has gone to Los
Angeles for a brief visit.
Mrs. E. H. Richardson and sister,
Miss Pearl Wilcox of Indian Valley,
are visiting in the city.
MrS. Ed Meek is visiting in Boise
with her mother, Mrs. Dobson.
G. A. Newman of Jordan Valley, Ore.,
is visiting in the city.
C. S. Coffin of Buias transacted
business in the city yesterday.
Uatick, March 22.—Dr. Drake, slate
president of the W. C. T. U., will speak
at the Baptist church here Sunday eve
ning, March 23. Everyone in this vi
cinity should avail themselves of tho
opportunity of hearing one of ldalio'3
women state representatives.
Mrs. L. O. Snider and Mrs. J. H. Mc
Berney attended the W. C. T. U. In
stitute in Bolso Thursday.
Mrs. Crawford, wife of Judge Craw
ford of Weiser, and daughter, Mrs. At
kins of American Falls, visited Mrs. H.
F. McKee Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Helping Hand society of the
Christian church will glvo a chicken
dinner in the basement of the church
Friday evening, April 4, from 6:30 un
til 7:30. There will be a number of
useful articles for sale during the af
ternoon and evening and a program
will be given at 8 o'clock in the audi
torium consisting of voeal and Instru
mental music realings and a short play.
The entertalnmtnt will be free of
A. H. Pelton sold lumber to the
Ustlok Cheesemaking association for a
cottage for their cheesemaker; also, to
.The Most Popular and Up-to- Dato
Cafo In Caldwell.
Pirat Claoa Seda Fountain.
J. F. Burins for a residence to be built
on his ranch near Julian station.
Mrs. Frank Huber attended an ex
ecutive meeting of the South Idaho
Christian Women's board of missions
of the Christian church at the home of
Mrs. J. E. Bud at Nampa Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mead and niece,
Lorene Morgan of Appleton City, Mo.,
who have been detained at the J. S.
Smith home for several weeks on ac
count of Mrs. Mead's illness, left Wed
nesday for North Yakima, Wash., to
visit Mrs. Mead's sister. They wish to
thank the people of Ustick for the man y
kindnesses shown them and for flow
ers sent and especially Mr. and Mrs.
Smith for so graciously giving the use
of their home for their comfort, and
sincerely hope If any who made their
stay so pleasant are ever taken ill
among strangers as did Mrs. Mead that
they will be so fortunate as to receive
as good treatment as she received
while here.
Mrs. Felix Roberts of oBIso visited
the John Roberts home here Friday.
North Midway. March 22— H. B.
Horner and family attended the lec
ture Tuesday night at Middleton by
Dr. J. L. Gillilan.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Randolph were
called to River? ide Monday by serious
illness and death of her brother, Homy
Master Harry Carson of Clarinda,
Iowa, came Tuesday night to make his
home with his aunt, Mrs. II. B. Horner.
Everett Randolph and family of
Missouri, who are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Arthur Randolph, and who
have been so seriously ill with the flu,
are reported some better.
Mr. Champeny is having a deep well
put down. Mr. Crooke is doing the
F. E. Timpkc, our fruit inspector,
was in this vicinity Tuesday and was
dinner guest at the Horner ranch.
The farmers are all very busy pre
paring for grain sowing.
Mr. Dewey, our farm bureau agent,
conducted a silo excursion through
this neighborhood Thursday.
Meridian, March 22.—Mr. and Mrs.
D. McKee of Huson, Cal., are visiting
here with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tolleth.
Gcorgo Rlcheson, who has been with
the American expeditionary forces in
France the past year has arrived home.
The young people enjoyed a dance at
the Parkins community hall lasV night.
John C. Allumbaugli, who has been
with the American expeditionary forces
in France the past year, has arrived
Paul Roberts of the U. S. navy, who
has been spending a furlough with
home folks, has returned to Ports
mouth, Va., to report for duty.
Mrs. R. V. Wolf has been called to
Ohio by the serious illrtess of a sister.
PHONE 73 for baggage wagons.
Prompt service. Pcasley Transfer &
Storage Co.—Adv.
IS . Room 312. Overland. Dr. D. E. Arm
strong. Adv. if.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of
the Farmers' Union Ditch Co., Ltd.,
held on the 11th day of March, 1919.
an assessment of .ten (310.00) dollars
per share was levied upon tho capital
stock of the corporation, payable at
the office of the secretary on or before
April 24, 1919. Any stock upon which
this assessment remains unpaid will
then become delinquent and advertised
for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before, will be sold on
tho 24th day of May, 1919, to pay this
assessment and cost of sal*.
JAMES M. POTTER, Secretary,
Adv. M24 Eagle, Ida 1:6.
"I want to say that Folev's Honey
and Tar is the best cough medicine I
ever tried," writes E. B. McDowel, R.
F. D. 1, Box 119, Arlington, Tenn.
"My son had influenza. He had the
worst kind of a cough and I tried
everything, but nothing did any good.
God sent me a fri :r.d with Foley's
Honey and Tar, and his cough was
better the next day and in two days
he had no cough at all." Foley's Honey
and Tar stops harsh, racking coughs:
eases wheezy breathing. It Is effec
tive, yet pleasant to take. White
head's Drug store.—Adv. T TH S.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing warrants will be paid upon pres
entation at my office:
Current expense, 1918, warrants. Nos.
1755 to 1800, Inclusive.
Road 1918 warrants. Nos. 479 to 650,
No Interest will be allowed on these
warranto after March 26, 1919.
CoOnty Treasurer.
Dated March 15, 1919. Adv M24
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c and mall lt to
Foley & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave„ Chi
cago, 111., writing your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive In re
turn a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tat* Compound, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills
for pain in sides and back; rheuma
tism. backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley Cathartlo Tab
lets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, for constipation,
biliousness, headache, and jguggish
bowels. Whitehead's Drug store.
__Adv. T TH S.
The Capital News téléphoné numbers
are 24 and 28. tf
Miss Ethel Greenburg of Durham,
North Carolina's representative at the
recent American Jewish congress at
Philadelphia, the most moipentous
gathering of Its kind In American
Jewry, ha* returned full of enthusiasm
over the outcome of the congress. She
is confident that the peace congress,
now in session in France, will recog
nize the demands of the Jews; world
equality for all people, embodying civil,
political and religious rights for the
Jews In the country of their birth or
For the first time in the history of
America, representatives of the Jews,
four hundred In number, Including 18
women, gathered for the purpose of
crystallizing Jewish public sentiment
in- regard to the establishment of
Palestine as the national homeland of
tho Jews, to demand equal rights for
the Jews the world over and a hearing
at the world peace conference.
The congress arranged to send a
committee headed by Judge Julian W.
Mack of Chicago, president of the con
gress, to the peace conference to plead
the cause of the Jews. Judge Mack was
authorized to cable the governments
of Great Britain, France, Italy, Greece,
Serbia and Holland Informing them of
the action of the American congress.
Miss Greenberg was among the
four most prominent women in tho
congress and took an important part In
Its deliberations. She has been re
quested by the Intercollegiate Zionist
association and the Federation of Am
erican Zionists to visit tho colleges of
the south In the interest of Zionism at
a very early date.
After the completion of its labors
in Europe the president of the con
gress Is to summon the congress to
receive the report of the delegation.
This meeting is to be held not later
than one year after the*' treaty of
peace shall have been signed. It was
further resolved that the American
Jewish congress shall call Into being
a permanent International Jewish con
gress with executive offices to repre
sent an act lor the whole Jewish peo
W. E. Leitner et ux. to Alfred Phil
lips, 56000; lots 17 and 18, block 2 of
Locust Grovq addition, subject to 33000
Lulu.-E. Springer, widow, to Craig
H. Coffin, $1; 75 ft. on Warm Springs
avenue, beg. 100 ft. W. of NW. corner
of lands owned by J. F. Sklllern.
W. S. McBirney, trustee, to Joy
Czlzek, 31; lots 10 and 11, block 2 of
Eden Home addition.
Cartee Wood et ux. tl Anna G. Scott,
3100 and o. v. c.; lots 17 and 18, block
19, of North Locust Grove addition,
subject to $1100 mortgage.
John W. Kaigler et ux. to George
W. White et ux„ 312,000; NVfc, NWÎ4
NE14, sec. 7-3-1 E.; also 580 ft. by
625.74 ft. com. 40 rods S. of NE. cor
ner of NW 14 NE <4 7-3-1 E.
Laura G. Houtz, widow ,to R. F.
Btcknell. 3400; lot 10, block 10, East
Side addition.
Notice is hereby given that the regu
lar annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Ames Wholesale Grocery and
Supply Co., of Boise, Idaho, will be held
at tho office of the company at Ninth
and Myrtle streets, Boise, Idaho, on
April 28, 1919, at 3 o'clock p, m„ for the
purpose of electing distort to serve
during the ensuing year and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before the meeting.
Dated Boise, Idaho, March 22, 1919.
S O A27
Ills of Women.
Many women suffer miserably from
constipation, causing headache, nerv
ousness and sallow complexion. They
will find that Chamberlain's Tablets
invariably bring relief. These tablets
are easy to take and pleasant in ef
fect They only cost a quarter.—Adv.
T Th.S.
Maple Grove, March 22.—The Maple
Grove auxiliary meets at the home of
Mrs. Collls Thursday afternoon. %
Joseph Roberts is quite ill. t
Charley Maxwell is moving his fam
ily to Mrs. Nellie Robbs' ranch near the
Five Mile schoolhouse.
Mrs. William Evans and daughter
Jean have returned after an extended
visit in the east.
Carlyle Smock has returned from
overseas duty and with his wife, who
has been staying with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A1 Lunstrom, has been visit
ing his father, P. Monroe Smock, at
New Plymouth.
Elijah Williams of Ustick, who spent
the winter at Phoenix, Ariz., visited
hts brother, John Williams, at Perkins
the latter part of the week. ,
The P. T. A. of Maple Grove will meet
Friday afternoon, March 28. Miss Ma
rie Irwin of Boise will talk on humane
education. All those Interested are
urged to come.
J., C. Lano has moved from the Dr.
Crane ranch to one he has purchased
south of the Maple Grove school.
Ralph Hoznick, who has been In St.
Luke'» hospital since before Christ
mas, is recovering and Is expected to
be able to return home soon.
Rheumatic pains, lame back, sore
muscles and stiff joints most fre
quently can be traced to overworked
weak or disordered kidneys. Daisy
Bell, R. F. D. 3, Box 234, Savannah,
Ga„ writes: "I was suffering for eight
years from pain In the back and
could not do any of my work, but
since I have taken Foley Kidney Pills,
I can do all of my work." Foley Kid
ney PUls have given relief to thou
sands who suffered from kidney or
bladder trouble. Try them. White
head's Drug store.—Adv. T TH S.
Leit PS mount your head .and tan
your hide. R. W. Llmbert. Boise. Ida. tf
Plano moving mao« easy. Can 78.
Peasley Transfer & Storage Co.—Adv.
1^ ***. , ( , *
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Miss Ethel Greenberg.
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n vn u rT \ ^ u x *
R. T. Cork, Omaha; Ed Marshall, N. -
J * W - Redman, St. Louis;
R. Co., city
Bert Moerch, Portland; Jack Crosby,
New Y'ork; Louts Aucker, New York;
J. D. RUley, Portland; G. Seybolt, New
York; F. L. Cary, Portland; Alexandra
Carlisle; Miss Julia Stuart; Alfred
Lunt; Mr. and Mrs. H. Blrsing; Grace
Hampton, Mass.; O. L. Robinson,
Brookings. S. Dak.; P. A. Heegli, New
York; Albert Tavernier, New Y'ork; Lt.
M. A. Carroll, Portland; H. B. Hansen,
Boise; Genevieve Tobin, New Y'ork; S.
J. Wilkerson, Omaha; Charles Wat
kins, Lr/lrande; Arthur P. O'Connor,
Denver; Smith Crane, Burns, Ore.;
Harry G. Glass, Seattle; L. Lovinger,
Salt Lake; Jutpes J. East, San Fran
cisco; Charles F. Galbreath, Dayton;
W. R. Rrkugel. Boston; Albert N. Ed
wards, St. Louis; S. L. Geisbach, Mad
ison; If. W. Casterlln, Atlanta; K.
Read, Salt Lake; J. W. Scully, Seattle;
S. T. Lowe, Burley; Sidney Wohlmnn,
St. Louis; Louis B. O'Neil, city; E. F.
Binehart, Rupert; J. B. Summers,
Hammett; George F. Vick, Salem; A.
J. Fellen, Salem; W. E. Martin and
wife, New Bridge, Ore.; E. E. Brooks
bnnk and wife, Denver; L. W. Kee
nan, Portland; W. J. Rankin, jr., Seat
tle; H. L. Slaver, Portland; Wray An
drew, Salt Lake; C. H. Croora, Den
ver; R. F. Shrader. Denver: Matt Pe
ters, Denver; George Regae, Payette;
Zella Shepherd, Welser, Anabel War
ner, Welser; J. E. Cloughley, Salt
I Lake; II. W. Mayer. New Y'ork; Lewis
j A 7 Dyer" Seattle"' Vc.'r. Frazier, &sit
tie; R. M. Moore, Camp Lewis; Lin
Healy, Bellingham.
IDANHA— G. W. Gllbrette, San
Francisco; E. C. King and wife; C. W.
Trudgen and wife, Chicago; Jack Cros
by, New York; Louis Aucher, New
Y'ork; Patricia Morris, New Y'ork; Hel
en Holcomb, Now York; C. A. Sheets,
New Y'ork; Alice Hartley, Emmett; R.
C. McMillan. Portland; M. E. Dickey,
Portland: Charles Faraday, Mountain
Home; W. A. Wicks, Spokane; Mrs. O.
A. West, Welser; Mrs. Maude Fleming,
Pueblo: E. G. Johnson, Parma; E. E.
Starcher; Parma; YV. Summers and
wife, Kimberly; A. L. George, Port
land; Alex McPherson, Long Beach; C.
A. Caldwell. Caldwell; Mary Caldwell,
Caldwell; E. Noble, Shoshone; R. R.
Brubacker, Sioux City; J. Halm, Seat
tle; James B. Kemble, Jerome.
GRAND—Mr. and Mrs. S. Gelder,
Alexandra Carlisle company; Ed
Roe, Alexandra Carlisle company;
George Homer, Alexandra Carlisle
company; Nina Herbert, California; J.
R. Warner and wife, Boise; H. J. Car
penter, New Plymouth; Clifford M.
Gardner, Clear Creek; Gus Gustafson,
McCall; Charles Stout, Glenns Ferry;
Mrs. Jusste Wiley, Gooding; George
Groves; Caldwell: E. H. Finney, Wel
ser; Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bates, Nampa;
C. E. Chase, Caldwell: Mary Luther,
Cambridge; William Deinhard, Bow
mont; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sherman,
BRISTOL—Mrs. E. F. La Brier, Pic
abo; Edna March, Boise; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Anderson, Boise; Helen Hol
comb, New York; Patricia Morris, New
York; J. L. Moore and wife, Nyssa;.J.
K. Mllbura, Salt Lake; Cora J. Mel
cher, Emmett; Velma Spaulding, Em
mett; J. M. BurL city;' C. L. Wisnor,
Portland; Florence Wood, Caldwell;
William Bedel, J. O. Gorst, Mountain
Home; W. H. Monthrop, Portland;
John Robinette, Boise; Mrs. Alice B.
Lynch, Mountain Home; E. S. Young
and wife. Kuna; R. D. Drome, Port
land: Bertha White, Weiser; A. J.
Young and wife, Portland; Ltfla Fuge,
Kuna; Mrs. J. A. Pauleen, Des Moines.
Iowa; P. D. Smith, Kuna; A. T. Wln
ler, city; Leona Barton, Nampa; Amy
C. Rohser, Glenns Ferry; H. F. Batllie,
Copperfield, Ore.
Takes Cold Easily.
'T take cold sully and during the
winter always keep a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in the house.
It Is the best medicine for colds and
coughs I ever used," writes Mr a" S. E.
Kinnan, Roseville, Ohio. When you
have a cough or cold give this remedy
a trial. Yöu are certain to be pleased
with tbs relief which it affords.—Adv.
T Th.S.
Owing to interrupted wire service
reports of eastern markets were
inaccessible today.
Portland, Match 22.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 20; tone of market, steady; best
steers, 13 @14; good to choice, 11.50®
12.50; medium to good, 10011; com
mon to fair, 809; choice cows and
heifers, 10.50 @12; good to choice, 9©
10; medium to good, 708; fair to me
dium, 606; canners, [email protected]; Stock
ers and feeders, 7010.
Hogs—Receipts, 459; market steady
and higher; prime mixed, 18.35018.50;
medium mfxed, 18®18.25; rough, heavy,
16.25017; bulk, 18.35.
Sheep—Receipts, 27; tone of market,
steady; prime lambs, 18017; fair to
raedluni lambs, 14015; yearlings, [email protected]
12; wethers, 9010; ewes, [email protected]
The wholesale prices are the prices
paid by the dealer for the produot
quoted, except on creamery, cuea but*
ter and cheese.
Livestock and Poultry.
Cows per cwt................. 3709
Steers, per [email protected]
Choice hogs, per cwt............316.2
Medium hogs.............315.50015.75
Heavy hogs .....................314.50
Mutton, per lb., live weight........14c
Hens, per lb.......................23c
Ducks, live weight, per lb..........20c
Turkeys, live weight, per lb........28c
Fry chickens, lb...................25c
Wholesale quotations by Mutual
Creamery Co.:
Butter fat, per lb..................63c
Milk for butter fat, per lb..........58c
Creamery butter, per lb............60c
Fresh ranch eggs, per case 310.50011
Cheese, per lb..................30 0 31c
Retail Prices.
Beets, per bunch ..................15c
Canots, per bunch ..............12%c
.New Onions, per lb..................4e
Lettuce, per lb.....................30c
P arsn l ps , per lb.................... 2 o
Co)eryi pcr bunclt .................j 0c
Green onions, per bunch............5o
Radishes, 2 bunches ..............15c
California cabbage, per lb..........7c
Rutabaga tvrnlps, lb.......,........8c
Potatoes, 10 lbs............. 25e
Potatoes, per cwt.................82.00
Fresh eggs, per doz................40c
Creamery butter, per lb............65c
Ranch butter, per lb...........550600
Graham flour, 24 lbs..............31.60
Buckwheat, 5-lb. sack.............70c
Buckwheat, 10-lb. sack...........$1.26
Barley flour, 10 lbs................55c
Rye flour, 10 lbs...................85c
Table bran, 10 lbs..................60c
Whole wheat flour, 9-lb. sack..(6075c
Graham flour, 9-lb sack........65075c
10 lbs. corn flour..................90c
Rolled oats, 10 lbs.................85c
Corn meal, 24 lbs................81.50
Flour, high patent, per 48-lb.
sack ......................$2.(603.50
Rice, per pound .................18 He
Eastern lard, 10-lb. pall............3.00
Local lard, 10-lb. pall............$3.00
Apples, per box ..............33 0 3.60
McBratney & Co. will furnish a fu
neral complete with all services,
casket and hearse for 350, 375, 3100 or
higher. You can buy just what you
desire and not be urged to buy what
you cannot afford. Our hearse charge
in city is 37. Only undertakers In
Boise who own an auto hearse, there
fore independent. Adv. tf
Shippers' Forecast.
Protect shipments during the next 36
hours agutnst the following minimum
temperatures: Going west to Baker,
32 degrees; east to Pocatello, 34 de
grees. Minimum temperature at Boise
tomorrow about 36 degroes.
Weather Conditions.
High barometric pressure somewhat
diminished in intensity still prevails
over the country east of the Rockies
and as a result generally fair weather
Is the rule in that section and slightly
lower temperatures are experienced
east of the Mississippi. The disturb
ance over the southern plateau states
has remained stationary; lt has caused
light precipitation during the past 24
hours over a relatively small area of
the southern plateau and southern
Rocky mountain states.
Notice Is hereby given that all per
sonal taxes due and remaining unpaid
a.-i property situated In Ada oounty
must be paid within th» next thirty
days, or same will be turned over to
sheriff for collection.
(Signed) ETHEL T. CLARK.
Tax Collector.
Dated Feb. 24, 1919. M24
WANTED—Small furnished house for
two adults. Phone 1882-W. M23c
FOR SALE—Everbearing
plants. Phone 88-J-4.
VULCANIZING—All work guaranteed.
1120 Main st. A21
license paid; liberty bonds accepted
in payment. Phone or write, Arthur
Frazier, Meridian. M28 c
NEW and used casings. Inner .tubes;
all makes and sises. 1120 Main st.
All Issuaa Bought and Sold
Keep your Liberty Bonds if veu
can. If yeu must sail them, sail to
us. Wo pay markat price leoo small
broksraga and tranapsrtatien charge.
Register your Bonde te us. Cbocks
mailed to out of town euetomoro the
day Bonda aro rooaivod.
High A Frltotunan Company
9th A Main «ta.
FOR SALE—Hay In stack «r delivered.
Call 61-J-l. UM24
PUBLIC AUCTION, 18th and Grove,
Saturday, March 88. Frank D'Amant,
aale manager. <1M21
your bonds If you can. If you must
sell, get all you can. Oet my price.
Sell to me by mall through bank.
Write or cal: N. A. Hanan, 245
Sonna block, Boise. tl-tf
CALL that man Dick when selling
furniture. He has n machine and
will call promptly. Standard Ex
change store, 18th and Main. Phone
8*8. tltt
WHEN you want to soil your furnl
turn call 745W. tl tf
FOR SALE— llo head of yearling and
two-year-old steers; Shorthorn and
white faces. 200 head of weaner
calves; good colors and good qual
ity. Union Stock Yards Company,
Caldwell, Id. tl M31
your second hand goods. Phone
562. tlM25
THE ladies of the G. A. R. will give
(The Family Album) at the G. A. R.
hall, Monday evening, March 24 at 8
o'clqck. Good music will be furnished
for the dancing. Come and have a
good time. Admission 26c. tlM29
FOR RENT—To reliable party with
plenty of grass and hay, 22 cows,
fresh and coming fresh, giving 40
gallons per day, test 4 per cent B.
F. Cavanaugh, Chamberlin ave„
Boise. UM24c
FOR SALE—614 acres at Edge wood
station. Improved, fine water. Ad
dress W. F. Ingram, administrator,
care Boise Valley Traction Co. M28
FOR SALE—One black co$r; one black
and four red calves, Blx months old;
nine Holstein heifers (extra good) ;
some springing now. Registered bull
calf. Wm, E. Roberts, Fbone 65-R-l.
FOR SALE—Dairy cows.
Call 63-J-2.
FOR SALE)—Earliest of all seed pota
toes, 214c per lb. Phone 1774 -W. M28
LOST—Cream colored Angora cat. Re
ward. Phone 33. M24c
WANTED—Woman for general house
work. Apply 623 Hays. M28
EGGS for hatching; South Carolina
brown leghorns, 31.25 setting. Prize
winners. Phone 1774-W evenings.
BARRED ROCK, white leghorn, R. I.
red eggs, 31.50 per setting; Incubator
lots reasonable; poultry yard, 14
mile west Baxter foundry; phone 913
after 4 p. m. Address John McAdams,
110 S. 14th st. M28c
WANTED—Information as to where
abouts of Thomas Edward Llnahan;
working in Anaconda mines In 1891
when last heard from: notify brother,
James B. Llnahan, executor estate
Catherine Llnahan, Winona, Minne
sota. M25c
Two women
Dye Works.
to do pressing.
Mrs. E. B. Merrill, graduate of Cobb
system; visiting practice by appoint
ment Rooms 403-4 Plnney bid. Phone
tl tf
Every Day But Sunday
Ontario, Payette, Weiser
orrice 112 N. 12th 8t. Phone No. 2.
Automobile licenses are due on the first of January In each year aaS
should be paid at that time, but it has been my custom to allow two
months for the payment of these licenses. Only about two-thirds of the
licenses In this oounty have as yet been paid and your attention Is called
to Sec. 14g of the 1917 Session Laws, Page 119, which reads aa follows!
"It shall be the duly uf sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, constables, polioemen,
game warden and deputy gam* wardens within the State of Idaho to
enforce the provisions of this Act and «oak* wrests for the violation
The law also requires that the tags mast ** displayed «g h*8]|
front and rear of car.
The Idaho Medical Company
Men, we can without a doubt give you the very beat of mfiiift l treat
ment If you are suffering with any Acute and Chronic Private rinoaei
Blood and Skin troubles, Hydrooele, Varicocele. Rheumatism, PUem
Flstulae, Stricture, getting up at night. Unnatural Losses, Extrem*
nervousness. Lose of Ame^ltton. We ar* equipped with the latest In
struments and appliances to give you quick and lasting results. To
those that have been dtsappoliited In getting well, we ask you to rrl l
on us. After a thorough examination we can tell you the facts. • W*
can by request refer you to many oases that w* have gotten well,
that had given up all hopes of ever being welL What -w* h
for others wo oan do tor you. Wo publish no testimonials of
BMM| I „SM ■— mminiaia Or
patients a* everything Is strictly confidential. AU prescriptions are
filled from our own drug stock. Personal oar* and attention given to
each and every case until they ar* well. Payments may be arranged
to suit .your convenience. Consultation and advice free.
OFFICE HOURS! 8 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. 7 p. m. to « o. m.
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS! 10 o. m. to 12 m. ^
St 8, 7 and • Odd Fellows' Bldg^ Ninth and Idaho Sts* Balm, 'd th.
Use Hawks' Ventilating Gas Radi
Fuel only burned when heat Is
needed; email Initial outlay;
instantly available day or night; all
at the touch of a match.
211 N. 10th
M others
Reduce your
bills by 1
always on
Vick:s\ 1 poi
LeSIcsl Ark ,«
. PIH« I« to___
Mtod Wltk BlM
I Take at tor. r
duSond a h£Lm
year» known M Belt, Sft tot. Always',_______
Purchased at Currant Prless
Bruce A Fuld Loan A Trust
709 MAIN «T.
American and Chinese dlahes. Noodles
and Chop-Suey our specialty. Mer
chants' Luncn, short orders. Music and
dancing. Open from 11 a. m. to 1 a. m.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
and $3.00.
J. T. LAUGHLINan main art.
Title Notes
Sale Contraots
Unsecured Notas
Chattel Mortgagee
Real Estate Mortgages
423-429 Overand Bldg.

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