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WEISER THIS US IS REST EVER «as Governor Davis to Open Har vest Carnival at 1:30 o'clock •Tomorrow—Agricultural Ex hibits Attracts Hundreds. (Capital News Special Service), Welser, Idaho, Sept. 24.— The com mittee In charge after a visit to the grounds this afternoon expressed themselves as being perfectly satisfied that Weiser's fifth annual roundup and harvest carnival which opens tomor row afternoon wilt surpass anything of the kind ever pulled off In Idaho. Al ready the hotels are crowded and rooms are being furnished by the citi zens of the city to what Is estimated to be a crowd of over 2,000 out of town people who are here in advance, and It Is expected that by tomorrow night Welser will be entertaining over .X 000 visitors at her annual wild west show.; The grandstand has been enlarged to accommodate 5,000 persons and the bleachers are twice the size es last year. Auto parking ( space has been provided for over a hundred cars which j liave all been taken already. | Beginning at Commercial street and j running up State / street for three 1 blocks the booths for the agricultural exhibits are in place nad already nl most filled, ■while a laige number of exhibitors will bring in their displays tomorrow. Pens for the livestock also 1 have been erected and this year there j la a larger number of livestock con- ! lestants than ever before. Prizes have been hung up that have attracted many ! of the farmers and especially the I younger tillers of the soil, who are | specializing in cattle and bog raising on a small scale. In the agricultural i display is to bo found everything from j cotton in the holl to Georgia peanuts; •! while the garden display Is of a wide variety. Corn that most visit has been brought in is attracting the attention of the early arrivals to the harvest carnival. Altogether the agri cultural display is not only a credit j to Washington county, but to the state as well. GOVERNOR TO SPEAK. Promptly at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow Governor Davis will open Welser's fifth annual roundup and harvest carnival with an address of a few minutes alter which tlie big thing starts. Warren Bruce has been en gaged for the three days and will make flights from the grounds daily\ This will be the second number on the program. Then will come the reg ular wild west program as follows: Riding wild bulls. Quarter mile dash, free for all. Bulldogging. Cowgirls' Roman race. Cowboys' relay race. Three horses for three days, I 1 j j Cowboys' bucking contest. i Cowboys' pony express race. | Cowgirls' bucking contest. ; Exhibition riding and trick roping, Three eighths mile race, free for I i j I I all. Cowboys' Roman race." Steer roping. Quick change race. Cowgirls' relay race. Cowboy pony express race. Entered In the bucking contest this year are some of the best riders in 1 the world, in fact the winners at the ! late Pendleton roundup are to be here. ! Yakima Canutt, who has won first 1 money nine times within the past two ! years at various wild west shows .and I who won first money at Pendleton this .year will be in Weiser. Yakima ('a nutt also will wear during the Weiser » NuxWfED ÎR0W J$EB By SlJ Health fenij Endurance ThI ^ Strew You CenTe The Peopte Who IHsve Plenty Of Iron (n tK*if l Blood — Tbçy'Are-T 'tfr'bng Vigdroijs lealtny Foil lasksrandaflfliemtB and women FMI Mae« In a mingle day. One glance is enough to «ell the ones with plenty •f rteh.red blood.strength and phys e nergy to back up their mental pewer and make them a success in whatever they undertake. ®r* James Francis Sullivan, form« •rÇrphyateteu of Bellevue Hospital (Outdoor DepU. New York, and the Westehester County Hospital, says that to help make strong, keen, pad-hiooded Americans there ta Sold by Joy Drug Stores, Ballou-Latimer C >. Ltd. Drug Store and all other druggists. Barry & Kirkpatrick ...... STATIONERS ...... Announce the arrival of the very latest in Crane* s Linen Lawn and Eaton s Highland Linen Writing Papers Place Cards. Tally Cards. Birthday and Congratulation Cards •IS Idaho 8L Boise Phono 0. roundup the belt given by the Police Gazette to the beet nil-round cowboy In the world, which he won thla year, It being awarded at the Pendleton show. Tea Smith, Mike Hastings, Will BurnB, William Wllklnns, Joe and Will Burns, .Tim Fleetwood, Dan Clark, Narcisse McKae, John Spain, Harley ■Tones, Jack Hansen. EJd Moody, Fred Harding ,and many others will be here. FAMOUS HORSES ENTERED. Such horses os Whistling Anne, Car rie Nation. Sunflsh Mollle, Star Hun ter, Hotfoot, Rocking Chair, Cork screw, Wildcat, Bright Eyes, l.lghtnlng Creek and many others are here and Will furnish all the fun the cowboys and cowgirls want for the three days' contests. For the relay races and express races there are such strings as those of Frank Reed. Jess Watson, John Haines and nn exceptionally fast string of the Umatlllo Indians. The steers for the roping contest will be the best ever turned Into an arena this year coming from the Sal mon river country, where they have had plenty of good feed and are wild and no doubt will furnish some thrill ing stunts for the spectators. The bucking contest for the cowgirls will be an interesting number on this year's program and such riders as Rose Smith, Eloise Hastings, Red Bird ,a full blood Cmatillo Indian girl. Olive Osborn and others will be In the contests The I'matlllo Indians are here In full forte this ye;.r and have some splendid Hders and ropers and a splendid string 0 f horses for the races, There will be trick riding and roping this year to amuse those who care for the lighter western specialities, j John Spain, who was shot In a fru | cas In Pendleton will be in Weiser j and will assist the arena manager and 1 also be one of the judges in the eon tests. Altogether the lineup f<»r the round up and carnival at Weiser this year promises to eclipse anything of 1 kind ever attempted in this section of j the state and with the splendid fruit ! crop and grain crops in the Weiser valle.v and tributary territory a record' ! crowd will be* In attendance. The up I per country along the Pacific Ä- Idaho | Northern will be here enmasse ,ac cording to a statement by H. F. Dunn, i general manager of the road. It Is! j fully expected that more than twenty •! thosund people will pass through the; gate- to the Weiser show this year, l OFFICE IN CAPITOL Governor Davis Arranging for Idaho American Legion Headquarters. The Idaho branch of the American igion, the organization of veterans of the great war, will have permanent offices in one of the new capitol wings, Governor D. W. Davis has an nounced. This privilege has long been extended to the G. A. R. and leg islative appropriations are made each session for office expenses and for the adjutant's expenses. The location of the American De gion's office has not been definitely [decided upon, but it will probably be near the office of tlie state adjutant general. The legion is growing dally In Idaho and it has already been found neces sary to open an office. This office la at Pocatello temporarily, the residence of Adjutant 1 a Verne R # Collier. With jthe growth of the organization more »oom will be needed for its records, and because of its statewide relations *1 has h( '° n deemed wise by the offf lo select headquarters at the state capital, ~ Ask your grocer ror Stephan*« 'Har vest" Bread itv and alw. it Is of the highest qual vs uniform.—Adv. noth tag a. valuable .. organic (pm - Niucted Iron. II ollcn lucreuea (he strength nnd endurance of weak, nervou«.run-rfown people la two weeks*time. 1 1 i. conservative] y estimated t' at Nuxated Iron la non being tMrd by over three million people annually, and it has been used and endorsed by auch men as U. S. Commimioner of Immigration Hon. Anthony Cemlnrtti. alaoUnitedSta tan JudjeG.W. Atkinson, of the Court of Claimi of Waebinfton, and other.. Nuxated Iron la die penned by all good druggiata everywhaia. A MEDICINE of merit, A tonic altera* ^ tiva and diuretic. Prepared under formula filed with and approved by the Department of Chemistry of the Tnt-em al Revenue Office Washington, D. C. BK1ACBA. DROQOCX. Ksomm CMy. Ho, atmm/bttmm. Blumauer-Frank Drug Company Portland» Oregon m* a ae ost wi r*r Oregon, Washington and Idaho.'* ASK YOUR DRUGGIST ......................in..... tàtàêàêiaàtàatamtamamm flnnnts. Tinea Ttnnlf Prnnri With ^ PAYETTE'S FINE SHOW Samples of Its Money Making Hay, Fruit and Corn. If the fair visitor chooses, he can easily put in hours in the big horti cultural and agricultural exposition building. There are fruits of many kinds and farm and garden products ,ibnt cannot be excelled for quality and (jiuintity production any place on the the^jobe. And among the many note worthy exhibits in this building an »specially striking one is that of Pay ,,tte county, Payett« county has an apple crop till« year worth $4.500,000 to the grow ers. Figure it for yourself. The ap ple production of this county this year totals 2500 carloads valued at an av erage of $1800 per car. Payette county has .a very flue farm products exhibit at the east entrance or the building and is in charge of \V. R. Palmer, the county farm agent. The .exhibit contains nearly every thing in this line that grows in the county, the throe chief features being corn, alfalfa and wheat. These three are what put the pay in Payette. The* Payette county Jifiruit exhibit Is in the west part of the building and Is in charge of Guy Graham, former state horticultural Inspector. There !s n fine 20-box display of apples of 1he leading commercial varieties: a 30 crate display of the four principal var ieties. largely Italian 4 »: u splendid ! peach display in crates showing these four lending varieties: Flbertas. early j Fra words, late Crawfords, nnd lemon j and orange clings. And there Is a ; wonderful plate display of fruits of every kind grown in Idaho's greatest fruit district. CORN IMPROVES IN IDAHO. It iH worthy of special note to men tion the fine display of corn in the farm products division of the Payette county exhibit. The tenth crop nf Iowa Silver Mine 90-day corn is shown, grown from Iowa seed secured 10 years «go by Mr. Gregory of this county. Mr. Gregory stated that this corn gets bigger in this state every year. The corn In the exhibit Is larger and bet tei quality than the ears from which the original seed was secured 10 years ago. W. O. w. Woodmen of the World will hold a mein! dance 'Wednesday evening Sept. 24. 191D, at 9 p. m. sharp. All mem bers and their families and vieiting neighbors cordially invited. Music by Duffy's orchestra. Refreshments.— Adv. S 24. Plano moving made easy. Call 73. Peaaley Transfer & Storage Co.—Adv. PRICE OF GAS CUT 13 CENTS The price of gasoline reduced from 32c to 19c. This reduction In price, was not made generally over the entire country by the various oil trusts, but is made to those users, who will avail themselves of the opportunity to in vestigate one of the two or three devi ces selected out of thousands put un der severe government tests. In order to reduce the quantity of gas used dur ing the war. This test as all other successful tests made by the govern ment have begun to reach the public throughout the country, and at this lime and after thorough investigation for ourselves we can say this saving of IS cents per gallon on gasoline Is made by the difference of 17.* miles per gallon with a standard make vacuum carburetor and 2*.4 miles per gallon with a new device with a direct feed called the U. A J. carburetor. All we ask Is the opportunity for a dem onstration of the U. A J. carburetor and tf the same does not prove In it self a saving of 40 per cent on your gas bill or an Increase of 40 per cent Imors mileage we do not want you to spend any more time, let alone your monsy. We know the U. A J. carbure itor will prove by Its actions that you Iran make this saving and that you ! will then be a customer and user. The 17. A J. carburetor 1» not high priced and today Is made for the following cars: Ford, Dodge, Overland and Max well. but as fast as the factory can. they will be turned out for the other makes of cars. Our guarantee with this carburetor Is your money back if the U. A J. does not do what we claim It will do. So why not call at The Pullman Cigar store. Nampa, for a demonstration on your OWN car, It means a saving of 49 per cent to your self. So call at once. Your gae bill Is too high. The T.T. A J. carburetor will be shown and demonstrated a the state fair. Cal) and fat a demon stratlon.—Adr, AMUSEMENTS JAPANESE ACTOR RETURNS IN NOTABLE PLAY. By MISS TERRY, Patrons of the theatre» will welcome tie return of the eminent Japanese ac tor, SeBBue Hayakawa, who is at the Majestic toduy In "A Heart In Pawn,' one of the most powerful productions in which Hayakawa has appeared. He is supported by a brilliant cast, in- j eluding Tsuru Oakl. Hayakawa is always popular with ' movie patrons, and especially so when ' he appears in a strictly oriental pro- j ductlon, as Is the case with "A Heart ! in Pawn." it is a Japanese story of 1 wonderful power in its dramatic ami ! romantic aspects. The scenes are laid amid the wealth ! of Japanese blossoms, under the wish - Ing moon in the flowery kingdom. The story itself is even more beautiful than its settings, with an element of the tragic that forms its final climax. It' 1= full of hear interest and the throb bings of oriental love and devotion— sweet in Its tenderness, deathless In Its passion. "A Heart in Pawn" opened at the Majestic yesterday for a two-day run. associated with the second episode of a most thrilling serial. "Smashing Bar tiers." Its aclton made me flame with arger and pride and at times, I con fess, shudder a hit. AN UNUSUAL PLAY. I want to say a few words in spe rial commendation of the new photo* Eat. 1868—8th and Main On Account of Holiday This Store Will Be Closed All Day Thurtdmy ( Tomorrow) j j j ! j GLASSES For YOU G lasses exactly suited to your eyes—designed to harmonize with vour facial characteristics—are obtainable here—and are the only kind you should wear. Correct are i ust as particular with your Q.« looks as with your eyesight. We are 9iyie never satisfied until you both look and sec well with the glasses we fit. Ourt is special ized service. We know what you need and guarantee results. Boise Optical Co. N, Optometrist lain Bt. , j , t— 4—1 I t-T'T-t^VrrjT-T . DR. E. S. OWEN, Optometrist. 1003 Main St. CLEMMEH THEATRE SEATTLE NOW SHOWING the wonder picture of the screen DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS ,,' HIS MAJESTY THE AMERICAN NINiTrCN NINETEEN 1 ; GREATEST PRODUCTION j j K L 0t . the Em Pre.a today, which will « . M.* ature of th ® b111 ' soan *' lat P'hy house tomorrow also. R is Castles In the Air." It Impressed me deeply because of Its striking con trast with many movies. There la no murderous plot, no maiden lured to ruin, no dark-visaged villain. None of those elements of the movie are In cluded. It Is lust a clean, wholesome, highly entertaining picture play, a ro mance of the theatre, written by Kate Hudson and appearing first In thn Bat urdav Evening Post I oan recommend It highly. THE POOR SIMP. Theta are enough laughs In "Poor Boob,'' th ebill at the Strand today to |do for fair week and then some. Bry ant Washburn, the prince of oomedy delineators, Is In the leading role as the "simp" \^o finally simplifies and gets there. He has never done any role better. ' A SPLENDID PLAY COMINO. "Johnny Get Your Gun," which will be at the Empress Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Is a play that I believe than any offering of the Empress play ers. It Is a John Oort production and has enjoyed a phenomenal run In the large cities. As a facti it has con vulsed metropolitan audiences as noth ing In the theatrical line has ever done. When It Is presented here it will be for the first time at popular prices. ! j | BAD BREATH Caused by Acid-Stomach How can anyone with a sour, gassy stomach, who ta constantly belching, has heartburn and suffers from indigestion have anything but a bad breath? All of these stomach disorders mean just one thing — Acid-Stomach. EATONIC, the wonderful new stomach remedy in pleasant tasting tablet form that you eat like s bit of candy, brings quick relief from these stomach miseries. EATONIC sweetens the breath because it makes the atoznac'j aweet, cool and comfortabla. Try It for thtit nasty taste, congested throat and hçady feeling" after too much smoking. If neglected, Acid-Stomach may cause you a lot ofeerloua trouble. It leads to nervous* oess, headaches, insomnia, melancholia, rheu matism, eriarica, heart trouble, ulcer and cancer of the stomach. It makes its millions of victims weak and miserable, listless, lack ing in energy, all tired out. It often bring« about chronic invalidism, premature old age. a shortening of one's daye. You need the help that EATONIC can giva you if you are not feeling as strong and well as you should. You will be surprised to 6ce how much better you will feel just as aoon as you begin taking this wonderful stomach remedy. Get a big 50 cent box from your druggist today. He will return your money if you are not satisfied. F ATONIC mm <J&* Yùttfc XatHTroMAap the public win enjoy perhaps more -D THE PANGS OF RHEUMATISM Cannot Be Rubbed Away With Liniments. You who are afflicted with this most painful disease — who know from experience just how excruciating its pangs are—get this fact fixed firmly in your mind, and it will aid you in finding a way to a com plete recovery. Rheumatism oannot be rubbed away with ________ __ ______ ____^ _____l) liniment* _ its pains and* pangs ' canno t be wiped out as if by magic. A disease that is st>| full of torture and finally ren ders its victims so helpless, a deep-seated one: it is not the surface, hence it cannot he reached by external, surface | remedies. This is no theory, for your own experience j doubtless has shown you that'to you can never expect to rid ! yourself of the disease in this way. j For the chances ure that you, like thousands of other;after sufferers, have been misled into the hope that liniments. : lotions and other applications would cure your rheumatism. ! But what has been your expe rience? The pain's possibly! have been lessened for the time being, but have they not ! promptly returned, often with ' increased severity, and are you'and really any nearer a cure than before? You certainly are not. and you never will he as long as you rely upon treatment that at best is merely a make-shift, j See what Mr. J. L. Agnew, of Mt. Vernon. Ohio, says of what S. S. S. did for his rheu-!*he matism: flicted with Rheumatism. ____ pains in my knees, lex« and ankles being almost unbearable. 1 tried various remedies without results, until a physician advised me to use 8. S. 8., stating that the dis ease was In the blood. After .tak ing a few bottles the pains and soreness were greatly lessened. I continued this medicine until all pain, soreness and inflammation were gone, and I was completely cured." J. J. AGNICW, 606 E. Gambler Street, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. This is a typical case, and Charter No. 10751. Reserve District No. 13. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE OVERLAND NATIONAL BANK At Boise, in the State of Idaho, at the close of business on September IS, 1919. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, (except those shown in b and c).........................$1,114,792.91 Total loans .................................. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $3,787.78........ U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation (D. S. bonds par value) 100.000.00 Pledged to secure U. S. deposits (par value).......... 25,000.00 Pledged to secure postal savings deposits (par value).. 1,000.00 Pledged as collateral for state or other deposits or bills payable .................................... 337,500.00 Owned and unpledged ............................... 243.800.00 War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned .......................................... 600.00 Total U. 8. Government Securities .............. 707,900.01 $1,114,792.91 3,787.7# 3S3,;,'f3.fi5 Other Bonds, Securities, etc.: Bunds (other than l.\ fcC bonds) pledged to secure pos tal savings deposits.............................. Securities, other than V. S. bonds (not including stocks), o\n ned and unpledged.................... Total bonds, securities, etc., other than U. S...... Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub scription) ...................................... Furniture nnd fixtures .............................. lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank........... Items with Federal Reserve Honk In process of col lection (not available as reserve)................. Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks ........................................... Net amounts due from banks, bankers, and trust com panies (other than included in Items 12. 13 or 14) .. Exchanges for clearing house ........................ Total of Items 13, 14. 15. 16. and 17............ Checks on banks located outside of city or town of re porting bank nnd other cash It «ms............... Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer and due from U. 8. Treasurer ................................. Total . . .*..................................... LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in ................................ Surplus fund ........................................ Undivided profits .................................... Less current expenses, interest, nnd taxes paid....... Amount reserved for t.-ixes accrued................... Amount reserved for all interest accrued............. Circulating notes outstanding ....................... Net amounts due to National banks.................. Net amounts due to banks, bankers, and trust com panies (other than included In Items 29 or 30).... Certified checks outstanding ........................ Cashier's checks on own hank outstanding........... Total of Items 30. 31, 32 and 33................ Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject to check.................. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed)........................ State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank..................... Dividends unpaid ................................... Total of demand deposits (other than bank de posite( subject to Reserve, Items 34, 36, 36, 37, 38, and 39 .......... ..............................$1.173,424.31 Tims deposits subject to Reeerve (payable after 30 daya, or subject to 20 days or more notioe, and postal savings): Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Postal savings deposits .............................. Other time deposits ................................. Total of time deposits subject to Reserve. Items 40, 41. 42, and 43................................ Other United States deposit«, including deposits of U. 8. disbursing officers............................ Bills payable with Federal Reserve Lank............. Liabilities other than those above stated............. 4,500.00 10 . 000 .no 97,119.33 166.279.93 30.803.3f 2,489.10 5.000.00» 325,251.48 >2,374,392.60» 100,000 no 40.000.no ti.262.5S 1,990.38 1,561.59 100 , 000 . 00 . 40,788.43( 188,173.67 220.58 16,068.81 11. 131,411.lt 35.S16.11 264.604.21 25,116.71 •,477.0ti 20.00 98.724.8t S.372.4S 167,506.91 15,116.7t 800,000.00 8,191.41 n Total ....................................'...... 62.374,312.61 State of Idaho, County of Ada, ss.: I, G. R. Hitt, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. ^ G. R. HITT, Cashier, (Seal) Correct—Attest: JOHN ARCHABAL. J- H. BLACK, N. C. CHAPMAN, Director* Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of September, 1919 F. M. REAMER, Notary Publfe everyone who has had th slightest experience with rheu-» malism will continue to suffer and grow worse until they ari finally practically helpless, un less they realize that the dis ease must be combatted at itaj source. Rheumatism is ofteaj a diseased condition of than blood, the disease attacks th*l body through the blood, henca the system can be rid of it*; ains only after the blood haa been cleansed of the germs of the disease. Lotions, liniments and oint-* merits, applied to the surface is'may in some cases deaden Ihet oivp&m for the time being, but until you attack the disease at | its foundation, you are making 1,0 progress toward a cure, and j you are permitting the trouble get a firmer hold on your; ! system every day. This is on« reason why Rheumatism is j usually a permanent disease, »laying with its victims yenp year. Uetting rid of the .disease is merely a matter of : treating it intelligently. Know - mg that it cannot he cured by ! external applications, it is lolly; 'to rely upon such treatment, S. S. S. is without question, the most thorough blood med ! mine ever made and it cleanse* ' the blood of every impurity you'and disease germ. That is whyj it seldom tails to give satisfac tory results in even the sever e »t eases of Rheumatism. Be-i jug purely vegetable without sd j particle of mineral or chemical! m its composition, it works by' 'eliminating and forcing out of blood all iinpurites, acting' as a Ionic to the entire system at the same time, it has heoii jin use for more than fifty years 'and thousands of sufferers from rheumatism give it un stinted praise. You are invited to write our medical department for full in formation and advice about the treatment of your own case, for which no charge ia made. Address Swift Specific Go., 27 iSwift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.