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AROUND BOISE VALI
,EY LOOP
Nampa Agent
hally wilson
j. R. 8TOTT8
REPORTER .
Oaldwell Agent
K. MILLER
Phene 485-W.
Phene 6-R-4, Boise
Phenes 4E2R or »
ALL CALDWELL
PAYSHONORTO
WAR VETERANS
City Aglow With Fervor as Re
turned Soldier Sons Tramp
by in Mammoth Parade;
Civil War Veterans Share
Honors.
Caldwell, April 16. — Marching
through human lanes of enthusiastic
mothers, fathers, wives, sweethearts,
relatives and friends and passing
buildings bedecked wiih patriotic col
ors, returned soldiers and sailors of
this city and Its surrounding commu- ,
nitles received their official welcome |
home yesterday in one of the largest I
st.eet celebrations ever given in this j
city. The parade was one of extreme,"«
length and was featured with fervid j»
patriotic demonstrations. In the line
or march were the soldiers, the G. A.
U.. the Red Cross and its auxiliaries, !
school children and hundreds of citi-i"
Lons before the time' scheduled ;
for the parade to start the doors and ;
the windows of the business houses !
Wc re occupied by loved ones of the j
s,Idler boys who waved to them as j
they marched by. Every business ■
tions? was closed and employers and i
employees were in the parade to pay
homage.
HONOR FOR OTHERS, TOO.
Although the parade was designed to
afford an opportunity to welcome the
young soldiers home, it presented the
citizens of the city the chance to pay
• reverence to those old heroes who
responded to their country's call in
1S61 'and through their loyalty and
deeds of valor preserved the unity of
their country and assured the perpetu
ity of the most admirable form of gov
ernment known to civilization. Loudly
were they applauded as they moved
slowly forward in the line of march.
Following the parade, which ended at
Liberty hall, the soldier boys were wel
come home by Judge Edward L. Bryan
In an eloquent address which fairly
scintillated with patriotic sentiment.
He lauded their heroic services in
tire great European war arena and
compared them with their grandfathers
and great grandfathers, who, through
the contribution of similar services,
added such glorious pages to their
country's history.
FLAYS GERMAN PEOPLE.
Tn a .very forceful manner he ar
raigned the German people for their
barbarism and round after round of
applause greeted him when he de
clared:
"The only apology, the only excuse
Prussian militarism has ever offered
in defense of their crimes against hu
manity, in turning the world into a sea
of carnage, and dyeing a continent with
the blood of patriots, is that God Al
mighty led them into this war, and
that they were hut instruments in the
hands of Divine Providence in dissemi
nating the gospel of Christianity,
that is Christianity, away with
whole system of Christianity,
the j
the
world would bo better without It, and
"Allah be praised that I was not born
a Christian
"I believe the most infamous scoun
drel on the face of the earth is he who
perpetrates a crime which cannot be
condoned by God or man, then seeks
to shirk the responsibility, by sneak
ing behind God Almighty.
"Americans believe in God, the gos
pel of peace on earth, and good will to
ward men."
"I say it la the everlasting disgrace
and shame of civilization, that this hu
man monster, this fiend incarnate,
clad in the livery of men, after chok
ing the world in blood, can slink away
and where it is said he can not be j
compelled to expiate the crimes he has
committed against an outraged world. |
HATES THE KAISER. |
"I protest against this so-called, ra-|'Y
fined but morbid sentimentality which]"®
has grown up since the signing of the i
armistice, which tells u* that we j
shouldn't hate the kaiser, but that our
atitude toward him should be one of
friendly helpfulness. I hate the kaiser
with every fiber and in every avenue
of my being; and I want to see him
extradited, according to the law of the
nations; and If there is not now In ex
istence an International law by which
he can be extradited, I want to see the
Intelligent. deliberate, cool-headed
heads of the decent nations of the
world meet and formulate a law for
the government of the nations, both
now and hereafter, by which ho can
be tried before an Impartial tribunal
and if convicted, I want to see him
executed, and sent to H- where he
belongs, where throughout the eternal
ages, he'll be compelled to hear the
shrieks of the, wounded and the groans
of the dying; where he'll be complied
to see children whose arms he
amputated at the wrist, in order to
destroy the future man-power of his
enemies; where he'll be compelled to
Bee drowning mothers, with babes in
their arms, only to turn asunder by
the monsters at the bottom of the sea.
"For I say he has no right to live,
And »talk about the earth, casting hla
CAT AT THE
COLONIAL CAFE
The Meat Popular and Up-te-Date
Oafs In Caldwell.
First Class Ma Peuatala.
UAVO MABDSN A DICK HOPMAN
,
| ort A - Jr -
Nampa Barrister Named Leader
of. His District in Victory
Loan Campaign.
Nampa, April 16.— Attorney G. W.
Lamson was designated as the Chair
man of the Fifth Liberty loan cam
paign for the Nampa district, late lust
evening by County Chairman C. Ben
Ross, of Parma.
The quota of the district Is $237,000.
The campaign is to be launched Mon
day morning.
MAYOR DAVIS TO BUILD
$10,000 BUSINESS SHOP
Nampa, April 16
The construction
of a brick business house with an area
of 30 by 60 feet will be started on the
lot Joining the Dewey Palace hotel
and fronting on Twelfth avenue with
in the next few days-by Mayor Rob
The building will
I ^ *10,000 and will be occupied by
j A Smith, who recently located in
city from Pueblo, Colo to estab
j» 1 "* * ■ furnishing store.
„ ________ __________
SUES FOR PROPERTY DIVISION,
! Caldwell, April 16.—A suit was filed
"« district court today by Rose B.
; Gardiner against James T. Gardiner
; for the purpose of effecting a division
! of property, alleged to be of a com
j munity nature. According to the nl
j legation of the complaint the plaintiff
■ and her husband separated and en
i tered into an agreement for a division
of the property May IS, 1916, that on
October 17, 1918 they entered into a
supplementary contract and that the
defendant has not yet complied with
the contracts.
"FACTORY DAY" THURSDAY.
Caldwell, April 16.—For the purpose
of giving an Impetus to the activities
of the industries of the city "Factory
Day" will be observed here tomorrow.
Following a visit to the various In
dustries the business men and other
citizens of the city will enjoy a lun
cheon at the Methodist church, the
menu of which will consist of home
products.
TO LECTURE AT CALDWELL.
Caldwell, April 16.—M. S. Parker,
field secretary of the Idaho Tubercu
losis association, will deliver his Illus
trated health lecture In Caldwell
Thursday evening under the auspices
of the Modern Woodmen of America
In their hall and it Is hoped that a
large number of Woodmen and their
families will be present. Mr. Parker
will show on the canvass some excep
tionally high-class pictures relating to
health and sanitation.
ASK BIDS FOR SIX RESIDENCES.
Caldwell, April 16.—Bids have been
called for by the Caldwell Home Im
provement association for the con
struction of six residences at an ex
penditure of approximately $16,000.
The company plans to erect more than
60 houses during the present year to
meet the demands for rental property.
bloody, slimy shadow over tlin grave*
j of 8,000,000 patriots, who have been
compelled to lay down their lives as a
sacrifice on the altar of his damnab
fiendish ambition for world power and
world domination.
SHOULD PAY IN FULL.
"I'd like to see the German and Aus
trian people suffer a condition of com
mercial and industrial isolation for 100
years, while they are compelled t<
toll till they sweat blood in their ef
forts to secure money to pay, so far
as money can pay, for the up-building
of devastated France, and for the iez
toration of poor, bleeding Belgium.
"We have all been pleased to know
that there is now on foot, promulgat
ed by the patriotic citizens of this
country, a movement. In which red
a f k.d to pledge
j th *'„ they Wl11 Purchase
I' nd rect . ,y .' nor u , Re any article manu
| nor Imported from Austria
| or Germany, for Americans don t
ra-|'Y an * in tlleir home articles made by
" nnds of men who place prisoners
i °f ' var on the decks of vessels, then
j ■"»»merge in mid-ocean, leaving their
vlc,lms to a watery fate; they don't
want in their homes articles made by
the hands of men who drop poison
candy from the clouds to be consumed
by prattling children on the street;
they don't want in their homes arti
cles made by the hands of men who
send hundreds of the flower of French
and Belgian womanhood In tears
j "elr pillows, praying that they may
never see the morning light.
SPEAKS FOR YANKS
Captain Dan F. Banks of Boise, who
saw active service overseas, respond
ed In behalf of the soldiers and sail
ors. He told of the heroic service of
; his men in the European war zone
and how they contributed to the great
victory which has been Won for civil
Ization. He declared that this city
; has cause to be proud of its soldier
has'sons, as they had performed their duty
In a highly courageous manner and
had commanded the respect of their
\ English and French companions In
arms. His address was well received,
; James H. Gipson, who spent a year In
j the war zone as an executive officer
of the Red Cross, was another speaker
I on the program and told In a very In
teracting manner of his experlenoes
there. The celebration was terminat
ed by a four course dinner at the
Methodist church In the evening, which
was attended by about 150 service men.
In tbe evening the soldiers enjoyed an
open air dance on a mammoth plat
form which had been erected near
Liberty halt
PARKER TO GIVE LECTURE
AT NAMPA FRIDAY NIGHT
Nampa, April 16.—M, S. Parker,
who Is now asstteiatçd with the Idaho
Anti-Tuberculosis association in the
capacity of field secretary, will give
his illustrated health lecture in Nampa
Friday evening under the auspices of
the Modern Woodmen of America at
their meeting place and it is hoped
that a large number of Woodmen and
their families will be in attendance.
The pictures Mr. Parker shows on the
canvas are high-class and everyone
should see them.
day.
NAMPA
Nampa, April 16,—Attorney W. P.
O'Connor transacted legal business In
Caldwell yesterday.
William Gess was a Caldwell visitor
yesterday.
F. H. Kernohan, the local loan man,
looked after business Interests In Boise
yesterday. ,
Frank Stephens was a business visi
tor to Caldwell yesterday.
Jess Ernst, proprietor of the Dewey
Palace hotel grill, was a Boise visitor
yesterday.
Silas Wilson attended the reception
given for returned soldiers In Caldwell
yesterday.
J. H. Cowell, the local loan man,
transacted business In Caldwell yes
terday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller visited
in Boise today.
L. N. Massey of Boise transacted
business in the city yesterday.
A. W. Hoy looked after business In
terests In Boise today.
D. Taylor of Boise spent yesterday
here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnston and
children of Wilson are visiting In the
city.
P. K. Brackett of King Hill is a
business visitor here.
Herbert l,erap of Boise looked after
business affairs here today.
S. E. Newcomb of Melba spent yes
terday in the city.
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ed
CALDWELL.
Caldwell, April 16.— W. R. Wllker
son, the Boise Insurance man, spent
yesterday in the city.
G. C, Pnlntor of Middleton was a
business visitor here yesterday.
George Kimmery of Boise was a vis
itor In the city yesterday.
Frank Breshears of Boise, state
constabulary commissioner, was In at
tendance at the reception given for
returned soldiers In this city yester
day.
County Commissioner C. Ben Ross
of Parma was a visitor here yester
t
. D. Hannah of Notus was among
those who attended the reception
given for returned soldiers in this city
yesterday.
Capt. George Smith of Boise attend
ed the reception given for returned
soldiers In this city yesterday.
M. T. Hargrove, the local real estate
man, who has been quite ill the last
two weeks. Is reported much Improved.
Capt. Dan Banks of Boise was In
attendance at the reception given In
this city yesterday for returned sol
diers. •
Ira High, the Boise real estate man,
looked-after business interests in the
city yesterday.
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STAR
Star, April 16—Clark Baldwin went
to Nampa Tuesday on business.
Mrs. S. Morgan and daughter Maud,
were Boise visitors yesterday.
Mr. Privot of Meridian is visiting
relatives In Boise.
The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. McKibben.
Mrs. J. H. Cone returned from
Boise Tuesday where she has been
with her daughter, Vivian, who is in
the hospital.
Mrs. Lamper was in Boise Tuesday
having dental work done. —
Mrs. T. f. Kllngler was In Boise yes
terday.
Miss Lela Cone of Pearl is visiting
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. H.
Cone.
The Griffith children are sick with
the flu.
Mrs. S. W. Newman and daughter,
Ella, were Boise visitors today.
Arthur Ragsdale of Central Park
visited Star high Tuesday.
Mrs. Jim Lawrence, Mrs. House and
son, Anthony, motored to Boise yes
terday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Monte Buck
master Tuesday a daughter.
M'DERMOTT
McDermott, April 16.—George Hill
and family spent Sunday at the Grand
pa Yoder home.
Mrs. William Hudson was called to
Caldwell Sunday on account of the ill
ness and death of her brother's wife.
Mrs. Tyler returned to her home
Monday after a few days' visit with
relatives In Boise.
William Burrl spent Sunday with
Grandpa Yoder, and family.
Miss Ardwcll Steele visited the week
end with Mrs. George Nourse.
Miss Helen Pack of Meridian spent
Tuesday with her brother, Tames, near
here.
Mr. Grimes is moving his family
from Meridian to this neighborhood
and will work for F. A. Nourse.
Mrs. Henry Jones, who won many
friends during visits to this neighbor
hood, died at her home near Caldwell
Sunday from Influenza.
Mrs. Jay Vinson was called to Cas
cade Tuesday to help care for her
grandmother, who Is sick.
Mr. Oberlin was a McDermott visitor
Monday.
EAGLE.
Eagle, April 16.—James Pfeiffer «ai
Injured In one of hla limb», Tuesday,
by a bone knife, while trimming meat
At the packing bouse.
The second number of the Ellison
White lyceum course was given in the
community hall Monday evening.
Mrs. G. M. Johnston of Pomeroy,
Washington, was visiting at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Carpenter,
the first of the week.
Word has been received by friends
here that Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crapster
had arrived safely at Rochester, Minn.,
where Mr. Crapster will undergo an
operation.
Mrs. Clara Bryant Is ill at a Boisa
hospital, suffering from a slight attack
of pneumonia'.
L. B. Harris moved his family here
from Boise the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Justin Chllcott of Boise was
visiting friends here Friday.
Telford Anderson sold his ranch near
here and is moving to Kuna.
William and Harry Withers of Jor
dan Valley are visiting at the homo of
their brother, Jack, and family.
WOMAN UNDER* ARREST
FOR SALE OF LIQUOR
IN ROOMING HOUSE
Mrs. R. Moltrie, proprietress of the
Metropole rooming house, was arrest
ed this afternoon upon the charge of
selling intoxicating liquor. The war
rant was sworn out before Judge An
derson by Sheriff Pfost.
MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCKS
New York, April 16.—Buying orders
at the stock market opening today were
in euch volume that Initial transac
tions displayed great strength, with
practically the entire list going into
new high ground. U. S. Steel opened
at 100^ up %; TexaB company 222, up
1%; Studebaker 68%, up %; Mexican
Petroleum 189%, up 1; General Motors
180; Southern Pacific 105%, up %;
Tobacco Products 89%, up %; Cruci
ble Steel 69%, up %.
r. S. Steel closed at 98%, off %;
American International Corporation
84%, up H; American Hide and Leath
er preferred 104, up 2%; General Mot
ors 180%, up %; Central Leather 77%
% ; Mexican Pete 186%, off 2;
Marine preferred 115%, bff 1%.
LIBERTY BONDS.
NEW YORK.
New York, April 16.—Liberty bonds
were quoted on the market today as
follows:
3%s, 99.12; 1st 4s, 95.50; 2nd 4s.
93.56; 1st 4%s, 95.50; 2nd 4%s, 93.68;
3rd 4%s, 95.46; 4th 4%s, 93.58.
GRAIN.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, April 16.—Prospects for
lighter receipts due to wet weather
caused grain futures prices to rise in
price on the Chicago board of trade
today. Values were off at the outset
on account of an expected harbor
strike in New York. Provisions were
steady.
May corn, off % at opening, 158%,
later regained that fraction. July,
down % at opening, 152, was % higher
in later trading. September, off % at
147%, opening, was up %.
May oats, %up at 68%, opening, la
ter gained % additionally. July, un
changed at opening, 67%. was up % In
later trading.
LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, April 16—Hogs—Receipts,
13.000. Market, [email protected] higher. Butch
ers, [email protected]; packing, [email protected];
light, [email protected]; pigs, [email protected];
roughs, [email protected]
Cattle—Receipts, 5500. Market stea
dy to higher. Beeves, [email protected]; butch
ers and stockers, [email protected]; cannera
and cutters, [email protected]; stockers and
feeders, [email protected]; cows, [email protected];
calves, [email protected]
Sheep—Receipts, 11,000. Market un
evenly lower. Wool lambs, [email protected];
ewes, 6 @15.60.
OMAHA.
South Omaha, April 16—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 3800. Market slow. Steers,
[email protected]; cows and heifers, [email protected]
14.25; stockers and feeders, [email protected];
calves, [email protected]; bulls and stags, [email protected]
11.75.
Hogs—Receipts, 18,000. Market open
ed 10c higher, closed [email protected] lower.
Bulk of sales, [email protected]; top, 20.66.
Sheep—Receipts, 8300. Market un
evenly lower. Yearlings, [email protected]; weth
ers, [email protected]; lambs, 18® 19.50; ewes,
[email protected]
Kansas City, April 16.—Cattle—Re
ceipts 10,000, market slow. Steers
[email protected];' cows and heifers [email protected]
15.00; stockers end feeders $ [email protected]
16.25; calves [email protected]
Hogs—Receipts 18,000, market stea
dy. Heavy [email protected]; medium
[email protected]; light [email protected]
Sheep—Receipts 8000, market steady.
Lambs [email protected]; ewes [email protected]
15.50; stockers and feeders [email protected]
18.00.
PORTLAND.
Portland, April 16.—Cattle—Receipts,
306; tone of market strong; best
steers, [email protected]; good to choice,
[email protected]; medium to good, [email protected];
common to fair, [email protected]; choice cows and
heifers, 10.50 ® 12.25 ; good to choice,
[email protected]; medium to good, [email protected]; fair t#
medium, 5®6; canner, [email protected]; bulls,
[email protected]; calves, [email protected]; stockers and
feeders, 7 @10.
Hogs—Receipts, 873; market strong
prime' mixed, 19.50® 19.75; medium
mixed, [email protected]; rough, heavy, 17.50®
17.75; bulk. [email protected]
Sheep — Receipts, 1403; market
strong; prime lambs, [email protected]; fair To
All iMues Bought and Sold
Keep your Liberty Bonds if you
oan. If you* must sell them, sell to
us. Wo pay market prioe lees small
brokerage end transportation tharge.
Register your Bonds to us. Cheeks
mailed to out of town customers tho
day Bonds are reeeived.
High A Fritchman Company
9th A Main Ota, Boise, Idaho
medium lambs, [email protected]; yearlings, [email protected]
12; wethers, [email protected]; ewes, [email protected]
PRODUCE.
NEW YORK.
New York, April 16—Flour_Dull
unchanged.
Pork—Stronger; mess 50.
Lard—Irregular; middle west, spot
[email protected]
Sugar—Sieady. centrifugal, 96 test,
7.28T refined, steady; cut loaf, 10.50;'
crushed, 10.25; powdered, 9.15; granu
lated, 9.
Coffee—Rio No. 7, on tfle spot, 16%,
Tallow—Strong, city, 10%; special,
11 %.
Hay—Firm. Prime, No. 1, 1.20; No
3, [email protected]
Clover—[email protected]
CHICAGO.
Chicago, April 16—Butter—Cream
ery extras, 61; standards, 60; firsts,
][email protected]; seconds, [email protected]
Eggs—Ordinaries, 38%; firsts, [email protected]
40%.
Cheese—Twins, [email protected]%; Young
Americas, [email protected]%.
Live poultry—Fowls, 33%; ducks,
32; geese, 23; springs, S3; turkeys, 31.
Potatoes—25 cars; Wisconsin and
Minnesota (per 100 lbs.) [email protected]
IF
FOR
LOCAL MARKETS.
BOISE MARKET QJJ0TATI0N8
Wholesale prices quoted are the
prices paid by the dealer to the pro
ducer, except on creamery butter and
cheese.
WHOLESALE PRICES
Livestock and Poultry
Prime hogs, per cwt.......... $17.00
Medium hogs, per cwt......... $16.50
Heavy hogs, per cwt, .......... $16.00
Cows, per cwt., live weight [email protected]$9
Steers, per cwt., live weight [email protected]$11
Veal, fancy top, live weight, lb.....9c
Veal, dressed, per lb..............15c
Mutton, per lb„ live weight [email protected]
Lambs, per lb., live weight ...,[email protected]
Hens, per lb, live [email protected]
Hens, per lb„ dressed .............33c
Cockerels, per [email protected]
Old roosters, per lb ...............10c
Ducks, per lb, live weight .........20c
Turkeys, per lb., live weight ......28c
Rabbits, per lb., [email protected]
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Quotations by Mutual Creamery.
Butterfat, per lb...................55c
Milk for butterfat, per lb..........62c
Fancy creamery butter, per lb.....60c
Creamery butter, per lb...........58c
Cheese, per lb.....................Sic
Fresh ranch eggs, a case, 30 doz. $11.50
Fresh ranch eggs, doz. at stores ..37c
General Farm Produce
Potatoes, per cwt. .... [email protected]
First grade ranch butter, per lb. ..55c
Ranch butter, per lb...............50c
Rhubarb, per dozen bunches ......50c
Honey, per case .................$6.00
Honey, strained, per pint .........35c
Asparagus, per lb.................20c
Hay and Grain
Alfalfa, per cwt, baled ..........$1.00
Alfalfa, per ton, loose [email protected]
Timothy, per cwt, baled ........$1.25
Seed wheat, per cwt.............$4.50
Chicken feed wheat, per cwt......$3.50
Baled straw, per cwt..............40c
Oats, per cwt....................$3.00
Barley, per cwt..................$2.75
RETAIL PRICES
Grain and Wool Sacks
No. 2 wheat sacks ................15c
No. 2 potato [email protected]%c
No. 2 oat [email protected]%c
Wool sack, each 4 lbs............$1.15
RETAIL PRICES.
Beets, per bunch ..................15c
Carrots, per bunch ....... « ......lt%c
Green Onions, ber bunch ... 3 for 10c
New Onions, per lb.............. 5c
Lettuce, per lb.....................30c
Rhubarb, per bunch 2 for 15c
Parsnips, per lb....................2c
Hot house lettuce, per lb..........30c
Spinach, 31bs............ 25c
Home Asparagus ................ 25c
Cucumbers, each [email protected]
Cauliflower, per lb............... 20c
New cabbage, per lb............ 10c
Celery, per bunch ...........12%@15c
Boise cheese, per lb.............40c
Eastern cheese, per lb............ 45c
Radishes, 1 bunch..................5c
California cabbage, per lb.........10c
Rutabaga turnips, lb................Sc
Potatoes, 10 lbs....................25c
Potatoes, pnr cwt.................$2.00
Fresh eggs, per doz................40c
Creamery Butter, per lb ......... 63c
Ranch Butter, per lb.........63®60c
Comb honey, lb....................30c
Strained honey, pts................46c
Whole wheat flour, 9-lb. [email protected]
Graham flour, 9-lb [email protected]
Rolled oats, 10 lbs..............85 @ 90c
Corn meal, 24 lbs................$1.50
Flour, high patent, per 48-lb.
sack ......................$2.6603.50
Rice, per pound .................12 %c
Eastern lard, 10-lb. patl .........$3.25
Local lard, 10-lb. pall............$3.00
FRUITS
Apples, per box [email protected]
Oranges, por doz ...............50 @80
Florida Grape [email protected]%c
Bananas, per lb..................12%c
POULTRY, RETAIL.
Tiens, per [email protected]



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Bldg. A22
FOR RENT—Two
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man, single, good appearance, to
travel with manager demonstrating
and taking orders; experience not
necessary; must be able to leave
town at once. Inquire for- Mr. Bovif
ers, Idanha Hotel; 7 to 9 p. m. to
day. A16c
6-ROOM HOUSE close In; just paint
ed and kalsomlned; not modern; $20
1 deluding water. Phone 2476-W.
_ ' A1 8o
WANTED—To buy on terms 2 or 3
acres Improved. Phone 2389-Ri All
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS will
pay spot cash; state numbers, de
scription and lowest price. Write or
wire Ganger, 147 W. 42nd st. New
Tork. Alto.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
IF YOU want to sell that vacant lot
or bungalow list It with The Gem
Realty Co., 618 Empire Bldg. Phone
764. We get the money and so do
you. A18
PURE bred Black Minorca eggs for
hatching, |1,50 per dozen. Phono
1404. MIS
FOR SALE—By owner, 40 acres, no
buildings, 35 acres ready for crop.
Price $4000. 31000 cash. Balance to
suit at 7 per cent C. A. Burke, 902
Everett, Caldwell, Idaho. A22
FOR RENT—3 furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Phone 1308-J. A22c
EXPERIENCED woman wants office
or store work. Address 8428 care
Capital News. A18c
FOR SALE—Two 48-gallon barrels
cider vinegar, canned fruit. Jam and
fruit cans. Phone 1423-W. M15
LOST—A suitcase between Homedalo
and Greenleaf Monday. Liberal re
ward paid for its recovery. Mrs.
George Ellison, Greenleaf, Idaho.
A16c
5c
FOR SALE—Coal range, Vernus Mar
tin bed, bed springs, oak dresser,
9x12 Axmlnster rug, 1015 North 0th
street. Phone 2011-W. A17c
LOST—A boy's black coat on the ball
grounds at the barracks. Address
816 N, 8th st. Reward. AlGc
ELECTRIC range, 3 plate, oven
broiler, warming rack, complete fix
tures. Good as new. A bargain at
$45. See It at 1420 E. Washington.
A22
WANTED—Butcher and sausage
maker at Miller's Meat Market, Cald
well, Ida. A22
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STRAYED—1 buckskin horse; 1 old
bay mare and one young brown
mare. Finder notify Fred Sloper,
Broadway Stables. A22
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FOR RENT—Garage, 111 E. Idaho. A18
$4000 FOR THIS 7-room modern home
on 15th St. near Washington, east
front, corner lot, hot water heat,
newly painted and tinted, large ce
ment basement;/good stone founda
tion and well built throughout See
us about this.
GEM REALTY CO..
Phone 754. 518 Empire Bldg. A19
WANTED — Two girls for packing
storage eggs. Apply Swift & Co
Thursday morning. A16
BABY carriage for sale; $25.00; cost
$50.00; fine condition, nice appearing.
I Call 1420 E. Washington. A22
The Idaho Medical Company
Men, we can without a doubt give you the very best of medical treat
ment if you are suffering with any Acute and Chronic Private Disease,
Blood and Skin troubles. Hydrocele, Varicocele, Rheumatism, Plies,
Flstulae. Stricture, getting up at night. Unnatural Losses, Extreme
nervousr ss, Loss of Amebitlon. We are equipped with the latest in
struments and appliances to give you quick and lasting results. To
on us After a thorough examination we can tell you the facts. We
those that have been disappointed In getting well, we ask you to call
can by request refer you to many cases that we have gotten well, some
that had given up all hopes of ever being well. What we have done
for others w# can do for you. We publish no testimonials of satisfied
patients as everything la strictly confidential. AH prescription» are
filled from our own drug stock. Personal care and attention given to
each and every case untik they are well. Payments may be arranged
to suit your convenience. Consultation and advice free.
OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 5 p.m. 7 p. m. te $ a sl
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS! 10 a. m. to 12 m.
IDAHO MEDICAL COMPANY
B, 6, 7 end 8 Odd Fellow»' Bldg, Ninth and Idaho Sts, Boise, Idaho.
TOO LATE TO OLAS8IFY .
CALL that man Dick when sailing
furniture. He has a machine and
will cell promptly. Standard Ex
change store, 12th and Main. Phone
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+ bungalow home; nice location; ♦
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ADA REALTY CO„ 114 N. 10th St.
6-room brick house; 2% acres of
choice land with family orchard;
large shade trees, nice lawn; berries,
flowers, etc.; location fine; 2% miles
from city near Hill Crest loop; com
plete set . of outbuildings; we are
directed to Fell this home for $3300;
$1000 cash, balance to suit; place is
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clover. Phone 51-J-l. tlA19
FOR SALE — Superb everbearing
strawberry plants; $5 per thousand.
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7-ROOM HOUSE in very good condi
tion, located on Warm Springs ave
nue; non encumbrance, owner resides
In another state; offers this prop
erty at the exseeding low price of
$2500; small cash payment down,
balance terms; has cellar, poultry
house and barn. Do you know of
any other such bargain in Boise?
Call at 324 Overland Bldg, or phone
877-W. tlA16
. STEADY stream of our old custo
mers are coming back to the Chesa
peake cafe. Are you one of them.
Follow the crowd. Ill N. 9th st. tf
RAW furs—For best prices bring oi
send to Jerry Cohn, 360 Golden Rule
Bldg. SUn-Mon-Wed.tl
EARN BIG MONEY
in the ni^to and tractor business;
learn In few weeks; practical work;
expert Instructors; earn board and
room while learning; FREE catalog
tells nil about it. National Automo
tive School, "oldest In tho country.' 1
Figueroa at 8th, Los Angeles, Calif.
Sun-Wed
WANTED—By mother and son, both
employed, light housekeeping rooms
or two sleeping apartments; walk
ing distance or close to car line. Call
1686 after 7 p. m. A18
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Result—Receipts.
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buy your Home in boise.
WéT have a large list of Boise's best
houses and bungalows to select from.
The bargains are being picked up fast;
wake up and get yours now and be In
dependent; your landlord says pay
more, rent or move.
GEM REALTY CO„
618 Empire Bldg. A1»
YOU bought Liberty Bonds on the In
stallment plan, why not buy this
bungalow home the same way? It
Is in a good location, six rooms, fur
nace, built-in work, and garage;
$3160.
DAY REALTY COMPANY,
Phone DO. 1009% Main.
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WAITRESS wanted, Idanha Cafe. A18
FOUP.-room furnished house for rent.
Call nt C26 S. 14th. A22
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TO Jet— 100 acres of plowing, har
rowing and Beedlng In Lopg Valley.
Phone 87 or call Room 608, Idaho
building. M15

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